Partners hold awards dinner

Glenna McCormick accepts the Legacy Award at the Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership's Annual Awards Dinner at Marley's in Wapakoneta on Tuesday night. McCormick, and her businesses, have been a fixture of Downtown Wapakoneta since 1959.
By: 
AJ HECHT
Staff Writer

The Wapakoneta Downtown Partnership got together for their annual meeting and dinner at Marley’s in downtown Wapakoneta on Tuesday evening, celebrating the hardworking citizens that have helped make Auglaize Street, and the surrounding blocks, the place to be.

Committee and board members handed out several awards at the meeting to supporters who have gone above and beyond in their efforts to make Wapakoneta a vibrant community.
Marley’s, the evening’s host, was recognized for their efforts and hospitality.

Deb Fisher accepted honors for the Riverside Art Center, receiving the “Gift to the Street Award,” celebrating their outdoor patio and its role as a community gathering place.

Chris Burton, Executive Director of the Armstrong Air and Space Museum, and Andrea Burton, the Wapakoneta Library Adult Services Coordinator, were joint recipients of the...

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