CRIDERSVILLE — A local police chief decided to have an ordinance pulled from its readings, so Cridersville Village Council Safety Committee members could take some more time to discuss the issue.
As the ordinance concerning the keeping of animals in the village was on the docket for its scheduled second reading Monday, Cridersville Police Chief John Drake decided to request the ordinance be tabled and have councilors review the legislation to make it more fair.
Three local Eagle Scouts and a leader are representing Wapakoneta at a national memorial service for hometown, and American hero, Neil Armstrong.
The Boy Scouts were asked to attend by the Armstrong family. While growing up in Wapakoneta, Neil Armstrong had been an Eagle Scout and member of Troop 14.
All Wapakoneta Eagle Scouts were invited to attend the service in Washington, D.C., as there was interest in representing Armstrong’s hometown and youth at the service.
Christian rock is taking the stage next week at the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center.
The concert, which features three bands, is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Sept. 22, at the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center. A portion of the proceeds are to go toward Fellowship for Christian Athletes (FCA).
Opening the show is local band, WiFive, followed by Slawdog, of Lancaster, and then the featured act, Messenger.
“We are excited about this show,” said Pam Egbert, of ProDuctions, of Wapakoneta.