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  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Ezekiel Gutwein, 2, watches at Bahati paces towards him Thursday morning at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. The Children's Zoo's African lions Bahati and Ina made their first appearances together Thursday.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Diane Oetting plays pickleball in a high wind in Lions Park Thursday.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette A mute swan cruises in search of a meal on a pond in Aboite Township Wednesday morning.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Nichole Hernandez with Lawnscape Land Management plants begonias at the University of Saint Francis. Mother's Day is the traditional go ahead time to plant flowers and vegetables outside.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Sal Macias with Brook's Construction smooths asphalt for phase one of the new Six Mile Creek Trail along South Anthony Boulevard Friday morning.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Rick Ehle with Schenkel Construction puts grout between pavers while coworker Steve Duncan, rear, sets the pavers in place Thursday morning at YLNI Farmers Market. The YLNI Farmers Market opens Saturday from 9-1 p.m.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Rowan Greene sings of peace at the corner of Wayne and Calhoun Streets Monday. A group gathers for an hour every Monday during the lunch hour to protest war.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Canterbury second-grader Emma Glassley, 8, races up a playground slide during ninja time trails Tuesday. Glassley sped through the nine obstacles with a winning time of 1:15 and she will compete in late May against the third and fourth grade winners. This is the second year for the competition which tests agility and endurance of about 150 elementary students.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Antonio Hernandez was awarded the Citizen Service Citation at Wednesday evening's Fort Wayne Police Department Annual Awards ceremony.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette A pit bull named Auggie plants a wet one on Mindy Santiago at the 2017 Lapper fundraising walk and survivors celebration benefitting Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana May 13. Auggie was offering kisses for a $1 donation. About 500 cancer survivors, their families and supporters hiked around the Brotherhood Mutual office park.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Spencer Rollins, 9, turns the camera on photographer Michele Snyder, as his mother, Chasity Rollins, watches, at the Fort Wayne disAbilities Expo at the Coliseum May 13. Volunteer photographers created modeling portfolios for people with disabilities in the Changing the Face of Beauty booth. About 25 people had signed up for the photographic opportunity.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Arfeta Kajtezovic and daughter Nadiana Porter, 3, Monday at the Rose Gardens in Lakeside Park.

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