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 The sidewalks in downtown Fort Wayne were overflowing with people Wednesday night.
For 15 years, Shelene Ruggio was what is called a hospitalist.
Time for lunch, and most of the kids gather around the kitchen island that holds sliced ham and turkey. They slather on mayo with a shared knife or squeeze yellow mustard from the bottle, and pile on cut veggies in building their own sub sandwiches.

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