Archive - Oct 4, 2013 - News Article
A statewide airport focus study now half complete is meant to help optimize investments in the future.
During a recent meeting in Findlay, Neil Armstrong Airport Manager Sean Stroh was briefed with an update on the study being conducted by CDM Smith for the Ohio Department of Aviation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
For more information about the airport study, see the Friday, Oct. 4 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
People may walk a mile or two for recreation or exercise.
On Sunday, a two-mile walk would help those in need of food as the 9th annual CROP Walk is held in Wapakoneta.
âLast year we had approximately 75 walkers and the CROP walk is not only to raise money for hunger locally and worldwide, but it is also to raise awareness about hunger issues here in the area and worldwide,â said Wapakoneta resident Darrel Acker, who is organizing Sundayâs event which starts and ends at St. Paul United Church of Christ.
More than 30 gallons of milk, 30 dozens of eggs and 300 pounds of batter produced approximately 5,000 pancakes for more than 1,700 people Thursday attending the 52nd annual Wapakoneta Rotary Club Pancake Day.