Archive - Apr 7, 2014
The Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS) hosted its first annual vintage wedding gala Saturday at Village Green.
With food samples from Cloud Nine Catering and a wonderful display of vintage clothing, accessories, dinnerware and an assortment of much more, Village Green owner Blaine Kohler believes the day was a success.
“I think it was great,” Kohler said. “I think WASS had a really good turnout for their businesses.”
At the Auglaize County Franklin B. Walter Awards Dinner last Wednesday night, students and teachers from Minster, New Bremen, New Knoxville, St. Marys, Wapakoneta and Waynesfield-Goshen were honored for their accomplishments both in and out of the classroom.
For each student honored, a teacher who had the biggest influence on them throughout the past four years was chosen by the student.
CELINA — The Grand Lake Hospice Committee raised more than $40,000 Saturday evening during its sixth annual For the Love of Hospice Gala, “Magic and Mystery: A Masquerade Ball,” at Romer’s Entertainment Center in Celina.
The event raised approximately $5,000 more than last year, Hospice Committee Chair Sandy Gerdeman said. More than 200 people attended the event, decked out in suits and ties and gowns. Feathered masks were sported here and there and some people had painted faces.
Thomas Jerome (Jerry) Carr passed away March 28, 2014, after a battle with lung cancer. Born on May 11, 1941 to John and Mary (Mason) Carr in Roanoke, Va., he grew up in Wapakoneta, attended St. Joseph Elementary and High School, St. Joseph College and Wright State University. Jerry served in the security service with the USAF, stationed in Okinawa.