Archive - Jul 16, 2012 - News Article
CRIDERSVILLE — Two young entrepreneurs say they not only enjoyed watching the Cridersville Fireman’s Jamboree parade, but they helped parade attendees stay hydrated.
Abigail and Leah Ranchel sat along Cridersville’s Main Street at their lemonade stand, as they served fresh, cold lemonade for 25 cents per cup.
“We did this to get some money. We get to sell lemonade, and it’s a great day to do that. I love to sell lemonade,” seven-year-old Leah said. “We did this last year for the parade, too.”
Auglaize County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) members agreed that they need to have a more detailed hazard analysis for the county.
“We want to get a better picture,” Auglaize County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director Troy Anderson said. “We want to bring information together from all the different entities — the health department, hospital, sheriff, industry.
“We want to get back to the basic roots of the LEPC and enhance what we are doing,” he said.
A local adult is taking her passion for art to a whole new level.
Twenty-one year old Allison Venturella, of Wapakoneta, is currently studying art education at Bowling Green State University.
But instead of wanting to teach in a traditional school, she wants to use her knowledge to give kids a second chance.