The Minster village council met on Feb. 16 for their bi-monthly meeting. Below are highlights from that meeting.
The Minster village council heard from Travis Fishbaugh, Superintendent of the Water Department, about machines used to help track issues in the water and wastewater treatment plants.
The Minster Board of Education met on Jan. 27 for a special meeting to review their 20-21 strategic plan overview while looking at upcoming goals both near and far.
The Fort Loramie village council met for their monthly meeting on Jan. 25, discussing an expansion to the Woodland Estates neighborhood on State Route 362, approving a resolution to purchase 38 acres of land for the Industrial Park and electing a new council president.
A year long process of looking into what improvements could be made to the Paris Street Park culminated in the Minster village council giving the go ahead for plans to move forward at their Jan. 19 meeting.
On Jan. 11, the Minster board of education’s first meeting of 2021, Minster Elementary Principal Leanne Keller updated the board on the school’s first after school Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program.
Minster, OH –Minster Bank has announced the appointment of Clifton R. Perryman to Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as Ken Wuebker has retired from this leadership role. Perryman began in January 2020 as the Controller and transitioned to CFO over the past year. As CFO, Perryman is responsible…
On Jan. 23 from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., the Community Lanes in Minster will be holding a tournament with Moeller Brew Barn to benefit Mercer Auglaize Van Wert (MAV) Youth Mentoring.
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On Jan. 8, Minster native and current Bluffton University student, Genoa Arling, was crowned the first Miss Ohio Volunteer at Rhinestone Lipgloss in Wapakoneta.
As a collegiate athlete, one thing your life has is structure. From games to practices to meetings to academics, there is always something to be working on or towards.
In first grade, Rosie Westerbeck was admitted to Dayton Children’s Hospital (DCH) after being sick for quite a while. That experience led her to creating the Red Wagon Campaign (RWC), which donates red wagons and toys to children’s hospitals, and just completed its 6th annual campaign this year.
The Minster Board of Education met on Dec. 21, below are noteworthy items from that meeting. To find out the rest of the information on these three topics, pick up the Dec. 29 edition of the Community Post.
On Dec. 18, Minster resident Darcee Albers donated a check to the AGAPE Ministries food pantry in St. Marys for $1,235 that will go towards providing food for those in need this holiday season.
Minster village council member Rick Schwartz received a resolution and plaque at the Dec. 15 village council meeting in honor of his service to the village and retirement. For more updates from the council meeting, pick up the Dec. 22 edition of the Community Post
A familiar face will be behind the bench for the Fort Loramie girls bowling team this year as Elena Bulcher, a member of the team from 2016-2020, joined the coaching staff this offseason.