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November 12, 2019
 

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Meet very distinguished citizens Bill and Beth Ann Bass

Recognized at Nov. 5 Town and Gown banquet

The entire list of distinguished citizens is at the bottom of this story -

Bill and Beth Ann Bass joined an elite Ada club at this year’s Town and Gown banquet on Nov. 5. The couple received the 2019 Ada Distinguished Citizen Award. The presentation is given annually since 1957. 

Their community involvement touches nearly every aspect of Ada.

The person  nominating them for the honor wrote: “Bill and Beth Ann are the power couple who accurately portray the model of service through their hard work and dedicated labor to the Ada community.

Funeral service for Jaden Heacock on Friday

 Jaden E. Heacock,  30, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019 in Ada, Ohio.

He was born on July 17, 1989, in Lima, Ohio, to Dan E. Heacock and Lesa A. Epling. His father and step mother, Dan and Bonnie Heacock survive in Dunkirk and his mother and step father, Lesa and Tom Scott survive in Alger.

Jaden was a self-employed plumber. He was a 2008 graduate of Hardin Northern High School and a U.S. Army veteran.

19th OAC regular season title for Kate Witte

29-year head coach will retire at the end of the season

The No. 10-ranked Ohio Northern volleyball earned at least a share of its 26th total and fourth consecutive OAC regular-season championship after defeating Mount Union 25-20, 25-15, 25-15 on Friday night at the ONU Sports Center.

29th-year head coach Kate Witte tallied her 19th OAC regular-season title in her final regular-season match. Ohio Northern honored Witte after the match as she has announced her retirement following the 2019 season.

Letter: We need to work together to keep this program at Ada HS

To the general public,
It has come to my attention that Ada High School is terminating one of its
programs. A program that has brought home no less than 150 trophies since it
has been at Ada. A program that is home to upwards of 30 students per year. A
program that takes the backseat to all other programs at Ada High School. A
program that doesn’t get recognized enough. A program that I am an alumnus
and teacher of. This program is the Ada High School Winter Guard.

Ada Historical Society meet on Nov. 18

The Ada Historical Society will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the Ada Public Library, 320 N. Main Street, Ada.

Letter: WG program at Ada HS is a viable, appropriate and necessary experience

To the Village of Ada Community,
I am writing this as an outcry to our community on behalf of the children in our community that are enrolled at Ada High School. I am a proud alumnus from the class of 2014, but today I am not so proud of my alma mater. I write this letter with the utmost respect for Ada High School and the institutions administrators, as I have had the wonderful opportunities to work directly with students in this district; but I can no longer sit on the sidelines and watch our children suffer with no reason or response given. As an advocate for our youth in the community and the arts, I must provide my absolute support to them. 

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