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October 29th

District’s finances in good condition

October 29, 2014

CRIDERSVILLE — Board members honored Cridersville Elementary students for academic excellence during Tuesday night’s Wapakoneta Board of Education meeting and the district’s finances are looking good halfway through the five-year forecast plan.

Second graders Brantsyn Clausing and Abigail Makuh were recognized along with third graders Madison Baily, Ruby Miller and fourth grader Austin West.

A job fair in reverse

October 29, 2014

CRIDERSVILLE — The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services hosted a Reverse Job Fair on Tuesday at Otterbein in Cridersville.

A Reverse Job Fair puts the potential employee in the driver seat with their own booth where they can sell their skills to employers. The employers then move from booth to booth speaking with each job seeker.

Halloween comes to Armstrong Museum

October 29, 2014

Costume-clad children made their way around the Armstrong Air and Space Museum on Tuesday night, excitedly participating in the 4th annual Boo on the Moon.

The event was set up as a series of different Halloween-themed activities, each one placed at a different point throughout the museum.

October 28th

Councilors battle with money woes

October 28, 2014

WAYNESFIELD — Finances were the topic of debate in a lengthy and packed Waynesfield Village Council meeting Monday night. The meeting lasted two hours as council members try to find ways to save money and still have enough to pay bills, but it’s becoming trickier every day.

During the finance portion of the meeting, three of five council members, with one council member absent, voted no in transferring money to cover solicitor fees.

Halloween fun at the library

October 28, 2014

It was all fun and games in the basement of the Auglaize County Public District Library on Perry Street on Monday evening.

The library’s Youth Services Coordinator, Kristine Spyker — dressed as Amelia Bedelia — led the fun as 11 costumed children participated in a variety of games, sang a song and made a pumpkin craft. Assisting Spyker was, appropriately, Youth Services Assistant Ronda Dear.

Monster 5k, L’il Monster held

October 28, 2014

Monday’s unseasonably warm temperatures provided the perfect backdrop for the Wapakoneta YMCA’s 3rd Annual Monster Dash 5k and Little Monster 1-Miler.

There was certainly no shortage of Halloween spirit, nor a lack of costume variety. People came dressed as zombies, witches, basketball players, a banana — the list goes on and on.

October 27th

Crafts dominate library program

October 27, 2014

The History of Halloween and craft event took place at the Auglaize County Public Library Saturday as a handful of parents and children attended to put together Halloween-themed crafts and watch a documentary on the history of Halloween.

Group holds first youth pheasant hunt

October 27, 2014

Auglaize County Pheasants Forever held its first youth pheasant hunt Saturday at a hunting preserve on Fryburg Drive at Hardin Pike, just south of Wapakoneta.

The morning began with a safety lesson and practice at Moulton Gun Club, before moving to Shoot-em Game Birds. Two birds were taken during the first part of the morning; by Justin Kennedy of Lima and Cory Stauffer of Wapakoneta.

Spooktacular at Museum

October 27, 2014

It was pumpkins, pumpkins and more pumpkins Saturday at the Spooktacular hosted by the Armstrong Air & Space Museum.

With pumpkin and face painting sponsored by the Noon Optimist Club and pumpkin carving sponsored by Walmart, museum director Chris Burton kept busy cutting tops and cleaning out pumpkins for customers to work on.

October 24th

Cheering on the Redskins at 91

October 24, 2014

 Sixth row up, starring right at the 50-yard line every Friday night to watch his Wapakoneta Redskins with a little company, his wife one on side, from time to time, and Auglaize County Judge Frederick Pepple and his wife on the other.
This happens to be a weekly routine, but only when the Redskins play at home, and a routine that has continued for over 52 years.
You might have seen him with his World War II hat on cheering for the red and white and you might have even heard of him before because he happens to play a part in American history.

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