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October 25, 2020

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Red tag sale, garage sale at New Leaf

New Leaf Landscape and Garden Center, 0395 State Route 235, Ada, has its red tag and garage sale underway, according to Laurie Laird of New Leaf.

The sale includes selected trees and shrubs 25 to 50 % off regular price. In addition, there is a $1, $5 and $10 area.

Other sale items include a clearance on hanging baskets, vegetable plants, annual flowers, fruit trees and plants, water garden plants and more.

Garage sale items include miscellaneoous lawn and garden products, Christmas items and other items.

The waiting is over - Tavern 101 serving dinner tonight

After a four-month major renovation, Ada's Main Street restaurant reopens at 5:30 p.m.

After a four-month-long major remodeling project, the wait if over.

Tavern 101, on Ada’s Main Street, re-opens tonight (Monday, July 20) with a limited menu, according to Beth Ann Bass.

“The limited menu gives our staff a chance to ease into the updated menu an new facility,” said, adding, “We are very pleased with the results and we hope you will be too. We ask for your patience and understanding with our reopening and all the new guidelines that we are required to follow per Gov. DeWine.”

For tonight only there will be no to-go orders.

Edward Jones: Nearing retirement?

What questions should you ask

By Brandon Blackford
Financial advisor

The recent market volatility has affected just about everybody’s financial and investment situations – so, if you were planning to retire soon, will it still be possible?

Of course, the answer depends somewhat on your employment situation. With so many people’s jobs being affected by the coronavirus pandemic, your retirement plans may also have been thrown into confusion. But assuming your employment is still stable, what adjustments in your financial and investment strategies might you need to make for your retirement?

Dan and Randy Garver like their chicken KFC style

Ada business recently completed extensive reupholstery seating project for Lima restaurant

Dan and Randy Garver like their chicken KFC style.

This month Fine Touch Furniture and Upholstery, 512 N. Johnson St., Ada, completed an extensive reupholstery seating assignment for the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant at 2723 Elida Road, Lima.

Several photos of the completed project are on the Fine Touch Facebook. The Icon posts those photos below.

New Leaf solves your Father's Day dilemma

New Leaf Landscape and Garden Center, 0395, State Route 235, Ada, has several Father's Day gift ideas, according to Laurie Laird.

These range from bird houses, bird baths and feeders, trees and shrubs, fruit trees and plants, rose bushes, garden tools, rain gauges and decorative solar lights.

Gift certificates are available in any amount.

Summer workshop
A summer workshop providing demonstrations on how to plant succulent planters and fairy gardens is set.

Kimmet Realty adds new realtor

Kyle Weisenburger has joined Kimmet Realty, Pandora, as a realtor, announced Dennis Kimmet, broker.

Originally from Continental, Weisenburger is a 2003 University of Findlay graduate. He and his wife and their two children live in Columbus Grove. 

“Kyle has been active in real estate in Putnam, Hancock and Allen counties,” said Kimmet. “He offers a diverse set of skills to help buyers.” 

“And, he has a passion for real estate, as he bought and remodeled and sold his first home at age 20, giving him experience and knowledge in construction.”