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Earth Day party to close section of Engle

The Earth Day Fort Wayne celebration will close Engle Road between Jefferson Boulevard and Smith Road. The section of road will close at 9 a.m. April 27, the Allen County Highway Department announced Thursday.

A detour route will be posted.

For more information about the celebration, go to the Little River Wetlands Project website: http://www.lrwp.org/news#8b32d736cee524a8941f104461156c3d

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