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Ada Public Library silent auction ends Dec. 1

Time is running out in the Ada Public Library's holiday auction.

The auction, which has items of interest for children, youth, and adults, will conclude Saturday, Dec. 1.

The items have been donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations from Ada and surrounding towns.

Proceeds will benefit the summer reading program. Some items include a gift certificate to Kaleidoscope Farms (think Christmas trees), Dietsch’s chocolate, a Wilson football, LED lantern, haircut, and a giant beanbag chair.

Shhhhhhh! auction in progress

It's until Dec. 1 at the public library

By Monty Siekerman
Sonny Zank looks over the many items on display for a silent auction at the Ada Public Library.

The auction, which has items of interest for children, youth, and adults, will conclude Saturday, Dec. 1.

The items have been donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations from Ada and surrounding towns.

Proceeds will benefit the summer reading program. Some items include a gift certificate to Kaleidoscope Farms (think Christmas trees), Dietsch’s chocolate, a Wilson football, LED lantern, haircut, and a giant beanbag chair.

All about Japanese culture

Yusuke Muramatsu, an engineer at ATI in Ada, spoke about Japanese culture at the Ada Public Library on Nov. 14.

He will give a presentation about a Japanese cooking in December, and in January he will talk about his job at ATI which is designing motors for automobiles, including Honda and Nissan. (Monty Siekerman photo)

Gamers at the Ada Library

Buckeye Gamers in Flight will host a game day for all ages from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Ada Public Library. “Wings of Glory” and other games will be played.

Libraries offer tech service

Libraries in Ada, Kenton, Dunkirk, Forest, and Mt. Victory will continue to offer tech service to patrons, thanks to a state library grant being renewed for another year. As in the past year, Chloe Noel will visit each library every week and, on occasion, offer classes.

During the past year, she answered questions from more than 1,000 patrons in Hardin County who came to her for help with iPhone, tablet, laptop, and computer problems with their software or hardware.

Zombies at the library!

Ameera Ansari, ONU costume shop manager and resident designer, turns Curtis into a zombie with a little help from Ethan D’Souza (right). The Ada Public Library sponsored a zombie makeup event on Saturday for students in grades 3-12.

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