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people and places

Awards/recognition

•The American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana awarded Lauryn E’leesia Jones, a freshman at Concordia Lutheran High School, the Youth Humanitarian of the Year award for her community efforts and accomplishments.

•The Rotary Club of Downtown will recognize the following people for their community service on Monday: Kathryn D. Callen, who serves on several community boards and volunteers with SCAN, Community Foundation and Adams Elementary; Donna Emley, a principal of Emley Design Group, provides pro bono work for nonprofit agencies; and Ephraim Smiley for his longtime community gardening efforts.

Makeover volunteers

The American Heart Association is seeking women who are ready to improve their health for its Go Red BetterU Challenge. If interested in the 12-week health makeover, go to www.heart.org/fortwayne or call 485-9890.

Giving back

•The March of Dimes of Northeast Indiana ’s March for Babies event raised more than $150,000.

•The Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation through its Bear-Able Gift program delivered toys and gifts to Lutheran Children’s Hospital for children with cancer.

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