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March 4, 2021

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Donald Waters, Mid-Ohio Energy Ada student of the month

He is involved in several school and community activities

Donald Waters, Ada High School senior, is the Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative Ada March student of the month.

He is active in several school organizations including:
• National Society of High School Scholars
• Ada HS National Honor Society
• The Wild Steelions (5 years)
• ONU Steel Band
• Pigasus Pictures, crew member of a high school film project
• Ada Eagle Scout
• Student of piano (10 years)
• Visited China, Eastern Europe, Ghana
• Accepted at ONU - will major in business and marketing
• Viva Maria's staff member (5 years)

He is the son of  Robert and  Sarah Waters.

Apparent electrical malfunction at Beatitudes, but no serious damage

Ada and three other departments on the scene

Ada’s newest fire truck was called into action for the first time today as an apparent electrical malfunction in the Beatitudes building, 210 N. Main St., put a scare into Main Street.

Ada-Liberty Township fire department received the call at 1:03 p.m.

According to Deb Curlis, Beatitudes store manager, in the building at the time told The Icon, “There were no flames and no smoke coming out of the roof, but it appeared that some smoke was coming from some of the ceiling tiles inside the building.”

Curlis said that she along with one customer and three Beatitude volunteers were in the building at the time.

ONU HealthWise offers vaccinations on Friday and Saturday

ONU HealthWise Pharmacy will offer COVID vaccine clinics this week for persons in phase 1 and 2. The clinics will be held:

• Friday, March 5 from 3  to 6:30 p.m.
• Saturday, March 6 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Call 419/772-3784 to schedule your vaccine or visit  www.onuhealthwisepharmacy.com. 

So, you think you know Ada? The answer

So, you think you know Ada? This is the entrance to the stairway above 117 N. Main St.

Anna "Sally" Rowe retired from Procter and Gamble

Anna M. “Sally” Rowe, 71, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021, at 5:55 p.m. at her residence in Alger.

She was born on April 13, 1949, in Kenton to DeWayne and Lucille (Poe) Salsbury.  On Jan. 28, 1968, Sally married Harlow Rowe and he passed away on Feb. 9, 1999.

Sally retired from Procter and Gamble.  She was a member of the Ada VFW Post #9381 Ladies Auxiliary.  She loved to shop on QVC, having cookouts, riding in her Mustang, going to the shooting range, and watching Ohio State football.  She especially loved being with her family and watching the grandkids run around.

Sunday only driver's education classes begin in March

Always Right Driving School, 205  N. High St., Columbus Grove, announces a driver’s education class planned on six consecutive Sundays except for Easter Sunday, according to Kay Ruen.

Classes are held at the Putnam County Educational Service Center, 124 Putnam Parkway, Ottawa.

Classes are held from noon through 4:10 p.m. on the following schedule:
March 21
March 28
No class Easter – April 4
April 11
April 18
April 25
May 2

For class payment and additional information contact Kay Ruen, at 419-604-0869, or click on the website below. Class fee is $335 and a flexible payment plan is available.