Throughout her career, Julie Miars Golden says she always knew she would know when it was time to move on.
Her decision to retire from the position of director of instruction for Wapakoneta City Schools after 12 years is one of those times.
“I always knew when I was ready to make the move,” said Miars Golden, who until her last position had changed jobs approximately ever nine years.
She said it was her intent to wrap up her 30-year education career when her children graduated from college.
After reviewing a water rate study for the city, Wapakoneta’s utilities consultant advises altering the water bill structure to include a base cost fee — a move a Wapakoneta City Council councilor and committee chair favors.
“Do it one person at a time,” were the inspirational words spoken by a campaign chair during a local facility’s annual fundraiser.
The Wapakoneta Family YMCA kicked off their annual campaign on Wednesday, and chair Van Wright spoke to a room full of supporters to help with this cause.
“Our goal is to make sure the YMCA doors are open to everyone,” Wright said.
The annual support campaign helps to raise funds, as more than 10 percent of the members of the YMCA are receiving some form of financial assistance.