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May 14th, 2012

Marian C. Kentner, 97

May 14, 2012

Marian C. Kentner, 97, of Wapakoneta, died at 8:20 p.m. Friday, May 11, 2012, at Wapakoneta Manor.

She was born on April 5, 1915, in Moulton Township, the daughter of Grover and Henrietta (Rohrbacher) Lynch, and they preceded her in death.  

On March 5, 1938, she married Cletus V. Kentner, and he preceded her in death on Jan. 9, 1961.

Club Holds Annual Sale

May 14, 2012

ST. MARYS —  Shoppers looking for last-minute, colorful gifts for Mother’s Day had a place to visit as part of a local garden club’s annual flower sale.

The St. Marys Gardeners held its annual sale along Indiana Avenue Friday and Saturday. The event, which helps raise funds for the group, featured flowers of all shapes, sizes and colors.

Carp Derby To Return

May 14, 2012

ST. MARYS — A local lake will once again be filled with people seeking carp as part of a second-ever event.

The second-ever Get the Carp Outta Here fishing derby returns to Grand Lake St. Marys Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Last year, the event attracted close to 300 participants who helped remove 8,142 pounds of carp from the lake.

TENNIS: Rider doubles team headed to district tourney

May 14, 2012

LIMA — The St. Marys doubles team of Cole Brooks and Troy Newlove took third and advanced to the district level in the Division II sectional at UNOH  on Saturday.

Newlove and Brooks, who advanced into the semifinals with a pair of wins on Thursday, won the third-place match against Celina’s Isaac Elston and Kris LeJeune with a marathon tiebreaker win in the second set, 7-5, 7-5 (15-13).

Newlove and Brooks lost their semifinal round match against Derek Smith and Jason Barton of Shawnee, 2-6, 6-4, 4-6.

May 11th

Brown hurdles to 3rd, Walker 4th in the shot put for St. Marys at WBL meet

May 11, 2012

WAPAKONETA — The St. Marys track and field team turned in five top-six finishes on the second day of the Western Buckeye League championships on Friday night at Harmon Field in Wapakoneta.

The St. Marys girls team finished ninth with 16 points.

The Roughrider boys team finished 10th with 11 points.

The Celina girls team won the WBL crown in runaway fashion with 174 points. Shawnee was second with 83 points.

Minster boys win MAC track championship

May 11, 2012

NEW BREMEN — It was the Minster Wildcat boys team and the Versailles Tiger girls team that came home with the first-place trophies in the annual Midwest Athletic Conference track meet held Friday at New Bremen.

Weekend Happenings

May 11, 2012

May 12: The St. Marys Gardeners will host a flower sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at 1201 Indiana Ave.

Pirates of the Chemotherapy will be performed at 8 p.m. today at the FOP Hall, 520 W. North St., St. Marys. Additional parking may be utilized on Ash Street.

May 13: Pirates of the Chemotherapy will be performed at 3 p.m. today at the FOP Hall, 520 W. North St., St. Marys. Additional parking may be utilized on Ash Street.
 

Author: Believe In Your Dreams

May 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — To wrap up Right to Read Week, students at St. Marys Intermediate School received a visit from a Columbus-area author.

Nancy Roe Pimm lives in Dublin now, but she grew up in New York City. She noted when she was young, she dreamed of becoming a cowgirl — something not realistic in New York City. When her sister got married, she lived on a horse farm and invited Roe Pimm to live with her in the summer.

Family Comes First

May 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — Between homework, softball practices, dance recitals and Girl Scouts, Linda Opperman keeps busy with her granddaughters.

“I like being involved with the kids,” said Opperman, The Evening Leader’s 2012 Mother of the Year. “That’s helping me stay young for one thing. I just like helping out. I like seeing them grow up and helping them grow up to be good kids and keep them on the right track.”

She noted that she has been involved in several of her granddaughters’ activities.

DARE Program Nets Grant

May 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — A local law enforcement agency recently netted a state grant to help its drug awareness program.

The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office received $20,140.04 as part of a $3.8 million grant program administered by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office. The funding is earmarked to keep school resource officers and DARE officers active in the local schools. The money will also expand the focus of the anti-drug campaign to include the dangers of prescription drugs, as well as drugs like marijuana, cocaine and heroin.

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