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April 17th, 2015
Here is a list of stories you may have missed published in this week's Wapakoneta Daily News:
Monday: Physical improvements, an acceptance of all people and Pastor Rodney Ritchie keep Mt. Tabor United Methodist church thriving.
Tuesday: A public meeting will be held to discuss revisions and updates to Cridersville's zoning code.
Wednesday: Waynesfield-Goshen students will be performing in the musical, Footloose.
Thursday: Former employees of the Chalet Inn Restaurant recall and share memories.
Hours of devoted, unselfish volunteer work finally paid off Thursday as Mercy Unlimited held its fourth annual volunteer luncheon at RJ's Coffey Cup.
The luncheon, in honor of the 41st annual National Volunteer Week, gave thanks to all volunteers of Mercy Unlimited, including recognizing the 2015 Volunteer of the Year and runners-up.
LIMA – Audrey Stemen spent 37 hours of her spring break painting a mural in the Lima Central Catholic High School building.
And this is something the LCC senior said she has wanted to do since last summer after speaking with LCC President Walter Klimaski, and principal, Kathleen Herpich, about her desire to paint the mural, and they loved the idea.
WAYNESFIELD — The Waynesfield-Goshen Board of Education nominated two people for the 2015 Distinguished Alumni and Friends of W-G Schools awards at its regular board meeting Monday night.
Read about the nominees in the Tuesday, April 14 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
CRIDERSVILLE – Cridersville Village Council announced during its meeting Monday night that it will hold a public meeting regarding the village's changes to its zoning ordinance.
The public hearing will take place May 5, 6:30 p.m. at the Cridersville Fire Department.
We have a busy week of news and events for our readers in this edition of "What's on Tap."
Below is a list of what you can expect to see in this week's papers. These stories and much more will be available in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News throughout the week.
The Auglaize County Public District Library is celebrating the retirement of Patricia Stinchfield. Stinchfield is the current supervisor of the Cridersville Public Library, 116 W. Main St., Cridersville.
The open house celebration is throughout the day today.
A feature story on Stinchfield and her replacement will be in the Wapakoneta Daily News later this week.
Stories you may have missed that were published in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News this week:
Monday: A preview of the YMCA Health Fair that took place Thursday morning.
Tuesday: Dominion East Ohio Gas met with Wapakoneta City Council to discuss concerns over the treatment of trees inside the West Auglaize Street Project area.
Pretrial hearings begin in Uniopolis murder case.
After 47 years, thousands of programs and many more patrons, the basement of the Wapakoneta-Central Library is finally experiencing a facelift.
Various funds will go to pay for the large project, which is planned to be done by June.
To see the full story, see the Saturday, April 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.