Archive - Nov 8, 2013 - News Article
The Wapakoneta community came out to honor the nationâs veterans during the Wapakoneta Middle Schoolâs (WMS) annual tribute to local heroes.
âIt will never be equal to what they do for us,â WMS Student Council President Katie Engle said. âWe want them to know we appreciate what they do for our country.â
She said student council members organized the event to give thanks to veteransâ many sacrifices and she thought the choirs and music were what made the assembly special.
âWhen every grade started singing, I think thatâs what
See VETS, Page 8A
With the success of the FaĂ§ade Improvement Program and improving look of downtown Wapakoneta, Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership (DWP) officials are looking for more members.
For more information on this story, check out the Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Playoff Game: Wapakoneta vs. Springfield Shawnee
During a ceremony to honor the first participants in a joint private-public downtown Wapakoneta building program, the cityâs mayor challenged Wapakoneta City Council to find more money for the fledgling program.
The Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership (DWP) hosted an event Thursday in the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce Heritage Room to recognize the first six property owners taking advantage of the matching grants available through the FaĂ§ade Improvement Program.
Hundreds of Wapakoneta families should be able stay warm this winter thanks to a group of students dedicated to providing coats to children and adults in need.
âCoats for Kidsâ is a program provided by the Wapakoneta High Schoolâs Octagon Club that collects community-donated coats to be distributed to struggling families throughout Wapakoneta.
Green barrels marked âCoats for Kidsâ will be set up throughout the community for people to donate new or gently used adult and children sized coats.