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Driven by CAR

August 23, 2012

A county economic development endeavor should provide a foothold in the automotive industry, leading county economic development representative says who is inspired after revealing they already have two leads for possible development here.

The Auglaize County commissioners recently provided help spending $5,000 for membership to the  Center for Automotive Research (CAR) and another $1,850 for two representatives to attend a recent annual seminar held by the organization.

Church looking for help for pastor

August 23, 2012

A Waynesfield church congregation is banding together to help their pastor fight breast cancer and they are hoping others in the area will help.

Katie Hayes, the pastor of Waynesfield United Methodist Church, was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year after a misdiagnosis last year. By the time the cancer was diagnosed correctly, it had also spread to her lymph glands. In the past few months Hayes has undergone surgery and chemotherapy and is now receiving radiation treatments.

RAC displays local artwork

August 23, 2012

An upcoming exhibit includes art not only for all ages but from all ages.

The Riverside Art Center, in Wapakoneta has their fourth annual Greater Wapakoneta Community Art Exhibit ready to go for their opening reception on Friday.

Riverside Art Center Gallery Director Anna Fisher said there is a variety of artworks displayed during this exhibit which will be shown until Sept. 29.

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