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October 19, 2017
 

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Kiwanis Club spaghetti supper tickets now on sale

By Monty Siekerman
The annual Kiwanis Club spaghetti supper will be held from 4:30 until 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Ada School cafeteria.

About 300 people attend each year.

Tickets are $7 presale, $8 at the door, with children 10 and under free.
In addition to all the spaghetti you can eat, the meal includes salad, bread sticks, and a beverage.

Tickets are available at Liberty National Bank, Ferguson Insurance, Dr. Mark Shull's office, Hanson Neely Funeral Home, and club members.

Carrie the musical

"Carrie the Musical" will open Thursday at the Freed Center. The ONU music and theatre arts departments will present five performances of the play adapted from Stephen King's horror story "Carrie."

Rehearsing are Taran Beasley (upstage), who plays Carrie White, and Hanna Lane, who plays Margaret White.

For more details, see an earlier Ada Icon story. Tickets may be purchased by calling 419-772-1900.

Dolly Pardon Dash planned

Maglott Hall will sponsor a Dolly Dash 5k Fun Run/Relay at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4.  The run will begin at the Green Monster pavilion west of Fraternity Circle. All are welcome to participate.

The cost to participate is $5 for individuals or $10 for a relay team of three.

The fundraiser will support the Dolly Pardon Imagination Library in Kenton. 
Each mile will have a Dolly-themed obstacle to complete. Prizes will be awarded for the best Dolly Pardon costume.

Alzheimer's awareness supper

"Carrie the Musical" set for Oct. 19-22 at Freed Center

ONU music and theatre arts students will present "Carrie the Musical" at the Freed Center from Oct. 19-22.

The show is adapted from Stephen King's horror novel "Carrie" but has gone through many rewrites from the time the musical was originally produced in England to a limited 1988 Broadway production to an 0ff Broadway revival.

Briefly, here's the story: Carrie White is a misfit - awkward, unattractive, heavy.  At school, she’s an outcast who’s bullied by the popular crowd and virtually invisible to everyone else.

October open to the public events at the VFW

Pork dinner, live band, fish fry and Halloween party

Four events at the VFW Post are open to the public in October, including a live band and Halloween party.

> Friday, Oct. 13--pulled pork dinner, from 5-7 p.m., $8 adult, $4 children.

> Saturday, Oct. 14--a live band, a local group, Jane and the Insane, from 8-midnight, no cover charge.

> Friday, Oct. 27--fish fry, from 5-7 p.m., $8 adult, $4 children.

> Saturday, Oct. 28--Halloween party with Quick as a Wink karaoke, 8-midnight, prizes for costumes, no cover charge.

McTeacher's Night

Halloween in Ada

Who was that masked man?

Halloween means lots of things in Ada. Here’s the schedule of event that the Icon is aware of at the moment. Please contact the Icon at info@adaicon.com to add addition details or events for Halloween.

As details develop watch the Icon for more information:

Ada Kiwanis Club Halloween parade
Monday, Oct. 23, forming behind police station, 5 p.m.
Parade to Depot starts at 5:30 p.m. Judging takes place at depot

Pullers at Park on Saturday

The Hardin County Pullers sixth and final event of 2017 will be held at Ada War Memorial Park on Saturday, Oct. 7. The second annual Fall Brawl will begin at 3 p.m.Gates open at noon.

Classes to be run include :
6500 Limited Street Gas 4x4
6500 Cheater Street Gas 4x4
6500 Pro Street Altered Gas 4x4
8000 2.6 Smooth Bore Diesel 4x4
8000 Work Stock Diesel 4x4
Street Altered Semis
Street Legal Semis

Additional classes may be added.

Thirsty for a Bulldog or Ram shake?

You probably never thought you'd see your teachers working behind the counter at McDonald's, but it's going to happen...for a good cause, to raise money for the Ada and Upper Scioto Schools.

About a dozen elementary teachers from each school will compete at Ada McDonald's to see which school has the highest sales during a set time. A percentage of all sales goes to the schools.

Ada teachers will be at McDonalds from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9 while USV teachers' shift is the same time on Monday, Oct. 16.

Teachers will welcome customers, handle order taking and cashiering, and hand out food orders in the dining area and drive thru.

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