Archive - Apr 19, 2012 - News Article
After several years of review and pilot programs, Wapakoneta City Schools administrators plan to adopt new math textbooks for students.
“We will see children learning more, adjusting to the challenge,” Wapakoneta City Schools Director of Instruction Julie Miars Golden said.
Miars Golden said after talking with each of the elementary teachers during the three-year selection process, they decided to go with Harcourt’s Go Math! series.
After a successful event last year, the Greater Auglaize County Relay for Life team Rock Out Cancer is planning another quarter auction this Saturday.
For a quarter auction, a variety of consultants donate items — with values between $15 and $100 — which guests can bid on. Those wanting to bid hold up their numbered paddle and after all bids are placed, a paddle number is drawn to determine the winner. By spending between $35 and $40, they can bid on everything.
A local art gallery is saying goodbye to decorated furniture and hello to shoes as they gear up for their annual benefit auction.
With the Summer Moon Festival three months away, Riverside Art Center officials are already planning their annual auction that they host in conjunction with the event.
Riverside Art Center members are currently taking on a new challenge for their charity auction this year by collecting donated decorated shoes.