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The Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities will celebrate 50 years with an open house at the Ida Sue School gymnasium.

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Amy Sauerbrei was looking for a part-time job when she found an ad for parking enforcement with the City of Wooster.

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For several years now, Cheryl King has organized an overnight Camporee for troops in the western half of Wayne County, and 11 Girl Scout troops participated in the fall Camporee at the Izaak Walton Nature Preserve on Cedar Valley Road.

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Wayne Center for the Arts new senior outreach had its seeds several years ago and has grown to include up to 18 students. The plan is to continue to expand the program.

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The Smithville Community Historical Society will make apple butter over an open fire and bake in the outdoor German bake oven at Pioneer Village.

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Board of Developmental Disabilities celebrates 50 years of service

The Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities will celebrate 50 years with an open house at the Ida Sue School gymnasium.

Thyroid disease topic of next Health Talk

Aultman Orrville Hospital will host one Health Talk in October as part of a monthly educational speaker series.

Heartland Point announces classes

Heartland Point has announced its next round of upcoming classes.

Chili Cook Off fundraiser scheduled

Fredericksburg will host the first October Festival Chili Cook Off at Fredericksburg Community Park.

Debra Satz to present at College of Wooster

Debra Satz, the Maria Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society at Stanford University, will present “Distributing Schooling: The Place and Meaning of Equal Educational Opportunity" at the 12th Lindner Lecture in Ethics at the College of Wooster.

Chorale ensemble begins fall season

Sonnenberg Station is a 17-voice men's choral ensemble, and this season's performances will represent a variety of cultures, eras and styles.

Mariola to speak at Science Cafe series

Matt Mariola, assistant professor of environmental studies, sociology and anthropology at the College of Wooster and a Killbuck Watershed land trustee, will be a presenter in this year's free Science Cafe series.

Jumpin' Pumpkin Jamboree to be held in Orrville

The Orrville Railroad Heritage Society will host the Jumpin' Pumpkin Jamboree and first Dutch Oven Cook-off at the Orrville Union Depot.

Meet Amy Sauerbrei: You've probably seen her downtown

Amy Sauerbrei was looking for a part-time job when she found an ad for parking enforcement with the City of Wooster.

Young Scouts attend Camporee

For several years now, Cheryl King has organized an overnight Camporee for troops in the western half of Wayne County, and 11 Girl Scout troops participated in the fall Camporee at the Izaak Walton Nature Preserve on Cedar Valley Road.


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