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Groundhog Open brings teams downtown for miniature golf

Kyle Cramer's ball whistles past the cardboard cutout of Mayor Tom Henry on Thursday morning in the downtown Fort Wayne layout of the Groundhog Open. Todd Firestone watches behind him. Both were members of the Fort Wayne Country Club team. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
Kyle Cramer's ball whistles past the cardboard cutout of Mayor Tom Henry on Thursday morning in the downtown Fort Wayne layout of the Groundhog Open. Todd Firestone watches behind him. Both were members of the Fort Wayne Country Club team. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
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Thursday, February 07, 2013 01:16 pm
Teams of golfers worked their way through skywalks downtown Thursday during the Groundhog Open, an event in which the proceeds will be used to beautify and maintain downtown Fort Wayne through the year-around planter program. The event is staged by volunteers from several downtown businesses and organizations. Its major sponsors are Lutheran Health Network and Fort Wayne Newspapers/Indiana Golf Show.

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