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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in October 2007.

This statue of Jesus, by sculptor Dayle Lewis, can be seen when traveling along Gaar Road, near the former Pleasant View School.

On Wednesday, Wayne County welcomed a new tenant to the Indiana Gateway Industrial Park, Really Cool Foods.
Purple asters herald the beginning of fall. Enjoy hiking in Wayne County where it would be estremely rare to find a venemous snake.
Early archery season for deer in Indiana runs from October 1 to December 2 in 2007. Earlham College archivist, Tom Hamm, portrayed Timothy Nicholson at the Wayne County Historical Museum's event, "Tales from the Departed".
Many travelers pass by this landmark each day on Interstate 70.

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On this page: Wood carving of Jesus and the little children by Dayle Lewis.  Hard hats rest on shovels at the Really Cool Foods groundbreaking ceremony.  Purple aster flowers.  Small snake with bright eye and red tongue moves among dry leaves.  Deer leaps in a dry soybean field near wooded area.  Tom Hamm in historic costume with a tall Quaker hat.  Indiana - American Water Company water tower with fall leaves.


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