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April 21, 2021
 

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What's a motto with Mr. Klein?

Here's a video of the 2020 Ada HS Baccalaureate service

Ada High School's 2020 Baccalaureate service was videtaped and provided to the Ada Icon to share with viewers.

The service was held virtually on May 20.  

This year’s Baccalaureate address, “What’s a Motto with Mr. Klein? Life Lessons for the Class of 2020”  was given by Josh Klein, Ada High School math teacher.  

The service included the traditional faculty, community and pastoral blessings as well as the graduate slide show. 

This event is sponsored and organized by the Ada Ministerial Association, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and a senior parent committee. 

Ada Food Pantry continues its link to the community in need

Curbside pickup in effect this spring

The Ada Food Pantry continues to serve the hungry in the Ada community.

The Ada Food Pantry support persons in the community and remains available for curbside pickup and will continue in this mode until further notice. Clients should remain in their cars for check-in and their food packages will be brought out.

Christopher Bowers also shared the following information about the pantry:

"All donations to the pantry are welcome. Donations can be brought to the pantry during open hours, but we’d like donors to also please remain in their vehicles until we can get to you.

High school Baccalaureate May 20

Josh Klein, math teacher, is featured speaker

Ada High School seniors, their families and the Ada community are invited to participate in the 2020 Ada High School Baccalaureate service held virtually Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m.  

This year’s Baccalaureate address, “What’s a Motto with Mr. Klein? Life Lessons for the Class of 2020” will be given by Josh Klein, Ada High School math teacher.  

The service will include the traditional faculty, community and pastoral blessings as well as the graduate slide show. 

To participate, register in advance at: go.osu.edu/ AdaHS2020. 

After registering, a confirmation email with directions to view the service from your computer, tablet, or phone will be sent. 

Community meal Wednesday

St. Mark and Sugar Grove congregations providing free meals for pick up

The congregations of St. Mark Lutheran and Sugar Grove United Methodist are working together to provide a free community meal from 5 to 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 29.

The meal is for carryout only and pickups are available at St. Mark, 125 Johnson St., Ada.

Delivery to Ada and Liberty Township residents are available to those in need by calling 419-358-4611 on or before Monday, April 27. 

The menu includes chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, and a cookie.

Community meal for pick up on April 29

Provided by St. Mark Lutheran and Sugar Grove congregations

The congregations of St. Mark Lutheran and Sugar Grove United Methodist are working together to provide a free community meal from 5 to 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 29.

The meal is for carryout only and pickups are available at St. Mark, 125 Johnson St., Ada.

Delivery to Ada and Liberty Township residents are available to those in need by calling 419-358-4611 on or before Monday, April 27. 

The menu includes chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, and a cookie.

Icon will post church service broadcast links

Will also post church bulletins and newsletters

No public Sunday church service? No problem.

The Icon invites churches in our viewership area to provide live stream, website and Facebook links that show Sunday services broadcasts. The Icon will post all links received.

 Also, churches may send any additional church-related news for publication. We will accept pdfs of church newsletters and Sunday bulletins.

Send material and links to: info@adaicon.com

Here are the church links we currently have that lead to Sunday broadcasts. We ask pastors to alert us to any incorrect links.

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