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March 25, 2019
 

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3 Brothers Pizza under new ownership in January

Brian and Kelly Clum are purchasing the business from Rod and Linda Dysert

By Monty Siekerman
Rod and Linda Dysert have sold 3 Brothers Pizza, 105 S. Main, to Brian and Kelly Clum and will open Wednesday, Jan. 2, under the new name 3 Brothers Family Pizza. The Dyserts will continue to own and keep open the business until the new owners take over the first of the year.

By coincidence, the Dyserts have three sons, hence the name, and the Clums have three sons, so there is very little change in the business name.

A look at financial volatility

My family and rollercoasters

I have four children and they are split 50-50 as far as their enjoyment of rollercoasters. 

The thrill of the climb, the shock of the drop, the blood rushing through their veins – two of them enjoy every moment of the experience, but two not so much.  They were all raised in a similar environment, have common parents, same gene pool, etc. but two of them have a stomach for risk and two do not. 

It should also be noted that my oldest child has developmental disabilities and she really has no business being on a rollercoaster in the first place.  (We learned that the hard way, but that’s a story for another day.) 

Another "shop Ada for Christmas" suggestion from the Icon

Reichert's has popular brands for youth, men and women

By Monty Siekerman
Here'a a continuation of an Ada Icon series in cooperation with Ada Area Chamber of Commerce promoting shopping local for Christmas. This focus is on Reichert's.

Hilary Dalton, of Reichert’s, displays a blouse, perfect for gift-giving. The clothing store offers many popular brands for youth, men, and women. The store is located at 111-113 S. Main, 419-634-2881.

The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce and Ada Icon encourages you to shop local.

Major interior redo underway at McDonald's

Inside closed; drive thru remains open

By Monty Siekerman
A major interior redo of Ada McDonald’s is underway and scheduled for completion on Dec. 21. The drive thru remains open, but the inside is closed until construction is complete.

There will be new interior design, seating, flooring, and painting. The interior will include a kiosk to order from, but customers may continue to order from a cashier, if they choose. The local restaurant will continue to have a patio, but the seating and tables will be new. The drive thru and parking areas will remain the same.

GROB apprenticeship open house Saturday

Apprentices earn their degree in either Electrical Engineering Technology or Manufacturing Engineering Technology

GROB's program prepared students for technician-level careers in robotics, computerized numerical controlled (CNC) machines, computer aided drafting and design (CAD) and the total flexible manufacturing network.

GROB Systems, 1070 Navajo Drive, Bluffton, holds its next apprenticeship open house at 9 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 8. GROB apprenticeships provide students opportunities to be paid while they learn.

Apprentices are enrolled at Rhodes State College in Lima. At Rhodes, they earn a company-paid associate’s degree while working and earning an income.

Leiber's Garage has $18.95 oil change special in December

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Leiber’s Garage, 130 Vance St., Bluffton, has an $18.95 oil change special during December, according to Tom Dotson.

The special offer includes up to five quarts of standard oil, lube and filter. Use the printer-friendly coupon attached at the bottom of this story and present it at the time of the oil change.

The $18.95 special is good through Dec. 31. To schedule your appointment call 419-358-7006.

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