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Dinner to honor 123 FWCS retirees

Fort Wayne Community Schools announced Wednesday the retirement of 123 employees, with nearly 3,300 combined years of service.

The years of service range from 10 to 44 years and include teachers, classroom assistants, custodians, administrators, bus drivers and others.

All of the retirees will be honored during a dinner at 5:30 p.m. today in the Andorfer Commons at Indiana Tech.