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Racers hurt in crashes: Efforts underway to help drivers through fundraisers

October 16, 2013

Two drivers were injured in separate crashes at Waynesfield Raceway Park on Friday.

Dustin Ingle, of Lima, who drives the family-owned non-wing sprint car sponsored by Hefner’s Dairy Barn, Smuggler’s Cove Campground and DPI Racing Engines, was injured during heat race action when his car made contact with another car which caused Ingle to flip upside down, Waynesfield Raceway Park announcer Gerry Keysor said.

'Falloween' 5K supports disabled

October 16, 2013

Supporters of people living with disabilities will be walking, running or rolling in a Halloween-themed 5K marathon in Wapakoneta. 

An organization made up of disabled “self-advocates,” People First of Auglaize County will be hosting the “Falloween 5K Walk, Run, Roll” and family fun day at 11 a.m. Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park.

Jim Polutnick, of Lima, is an adviser for the People First organization in Allen County. He said he also supports the organization in Auglaize County. 

Expert talks on modern ‘slave trade’

October 16, 2013

The Petersburg Parishes’ Social Justice Lecture Series is to feature “Human Trafficking is the Modern Day Slave Trade” at 2 p.m. Sunday, in the Parish Life Center of St. Joseph Church, Wapakoneta.

People are asked to please use the entrance off the South Blackhoof Street parking lot. The program is free and open to the public.

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