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Valley View residents join together

August 23, 2011

A group of residents living in a local apartment complex joined together to provide a Back to School Bash for children in the community.
“It’s the first year for us to try something like this,” Valley View Volunteer Program President Jennifer Young said.
Just a couple months into its inception, residents have used the program to get those living in the complex to become part of a larger community, starting with flower plantings and cookouts and then into the back to school bash, which they hope serves as a building block for more plans in the future.

W’field village seeks talks with Wapak agents

August 23, 2011

WAYNESFIELD — An issue over selecting new employee health benefits seemed to be finally settled only after a flurry of questions resulted in an Auglaize County village’s elected officials postponing the decision temporarily once again.

VALU class applications being accepted

August 23, 2011

Applications are currently being accepted for a class that is designed to help community members have a better understanding of Auglaize County.
“The main purpose of the program is to provide people with a greater understanding of county operations and services in the county,” Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dan Graf said.

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