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Dreams on display

August 29, 2011

The dark green Mercury draws the inspection of one couple and then favorable comments from some older teens.
The 1972 Cougar is one Wapakoneta native’s dream come true and now his dream car brings on-lookers such as those on Saturday at the second-ever KAPOW (Kids: A Priority of Wapakoneta) car show on the grounds of the Armstrong Air & Space Museum.
In 1981, Charles Drexler bought the car from one of his friends. While the car was in nice shape, he started fixing it up every once in a while but more so after graduating in 1982.

Art, math and music interest first-grader

August 29, 2011

A first-grader at Wapakoneta Elementary School says she is glad she lives here now rather than Texas.
“I like Ohio a lot better,” said 6-year-old Lydia Brigham. “First, there are not killer bees here.”
But, in addition to that, she said it also cools down in west-central Ohio.
“I don’t want to stay indoors all my life,” Lydia said. “Every day in Texas was about 300 degrees.”
And she does not like getting hot or sweating!

Regatta a success, caps off summer of events at lake

August 29, 2011

CELINA — The 2011 Governor’s Cup Regatta capped off a summer of successful events held at Grand Lake St. Marys, adding to the recovery of tourism at Grand Lake St. Marys.
The annual event, which was canceled last year because of water quality issues at the lake, was a success this year, bringing excited racers and spectators alike to the area. Co-chair Allen Baskett said the success of the event showed the enthusiasm of the committee and the community for the race.

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