WARSAW — Remember attending an event in the area with those special people in your life? You may have been captured in a photograph at the event. Take the opportunity to look through our Area Photos posted on InkFreeNews.com.
You may find a special photograph to share with those who were with you, find someone you know or even yourself. These would make perfect Christmas gifts or even Christmas photo cards from a fun time.
The number of photos appearing in Area Photos, continues to grow.
The format has been changed to make it easier to view photos from specific events.
These photos join the following from 2015: First Friday September, Right To Life banquet, September’s Cowboy Shoot, Bike Race, and scenes from this year’s fair: midway and other fair sights, demolition derby, rodeo, race, general fair photos including grand champion and parade; the Blues concert, Winona Lake’s splash pad, August’s First Friday, Trailhouse bikes, Cowboy Shoot in August, Warsaw Education Foundation, Winona Lake Parade, Paintball, Kansas Concert, Art Fest, July’s First Friday, DARE graduation, Lutheran 5K Run, Hearts of Gold, July’s Cowboy Shoot, Biblical Gardens, June’s First Friday, BMX event, Jefferson School Science Fair, Man and Women of the Year and Race for Trace held on Memorial Day, May’s First Friday, Grace College’s Empty Bowls, Joe’s Kids 5K, May’s Cowboy Shoot and Echos Of the Past plow day, Hero’s 5K, Cowboy Shoot, First Friday, 2015 Quiz Bowl, Warsaw’s first ever polar bear plunge, Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department’s Daddy-Daughter Dance, Bob Long’s retirement from the Warsaw Police Department, The Cowboy Shoot and World Compassion Day 2015.
And these from 2014: Fourth of July Parade , 5K Race for Grace, 5K World Compassion, Winona Lake Concert, Warsaw’s 9/11 ceremony, Winona Lake’s Art Festival and car show, Animal Welfare League’s Fur Ball, December 2014’s First Friday event, swearing in of newly elected and re-elected county officials and the Big Brother/Big Sister event.
The link to Area Photos can be found on the left side of the gray navigation bar underneath the site logo.
Viewers will be able to take a look at photographs taken by a local photographer and order prints online. Just follow the instructions on the site. The cost to order a standard print is only $3 per photo.
New events and past events will be added on a frequent basis. So check back often or watch for announcements of new posts.