Skip to main content

Archive - Oct 21, 2011 - News Article

Date
Type

Don't rain on the parade

October 21, 2011

Perhaps a U.S. Postal Service uniform would have been an appropriate addition to the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce Halloween Parade.
While lacking its typical turnout, neither rain nor gloom of night kept a still large contingent of people from turning out to the annual parade.
“My parents brought me here,” said Marilyn, who had brought her two young daughters to the parade. “We never missed. Now the girls love to come. It is a family tradition.”
Ten-year-old Gerri said she loved coming to the parade every year.

Students create chain of kindness

October 21, 2011

Links of alternating red and white hang from the Wapakoneta High School cafeteria ceiling.
The paper chain serves as a reminder — to be kind to one another.
Each link in the chain symbolizes a random act of kindness, something done by one student for another.
Chain links and a box to submit those random acts of kindness that have been documented on them sit on a table in the cafeteria and can be filled out anytime.
The idea for the chain came from students who belong to a new group,

Local man belongs to society with same name

October 21, 2011

A local resident is a part of a national organization with one major commonalty — his name.
Wapakoneta native and owner of Insta-Shade, Jim Smith, is apart of the Jim Smith Society. This group has approximately 2,000 members throughout the United States and the group’s sole purpose is getting together for fellowship and celebrating a name they all share.
“It’s like a giant family reunion,” the 1977 Wapakoneta High School graduate said.

The greatest athletes of Wapakoneta gathered near the Auglaize River last night to race in one of...
Wapakoneta resident Amy Kentner threw the ceremonial first pitch Friday prior to the Cleveland...
Scoring 3,236 points over the course of the two-day championship meet, the Wapakoneta Waves swim...

 

Classified Ads

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes