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August 3, 2021

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Lot of events on Ada school calendar

If only the weather cooperates, lots of events are scheduled at Ada schools this week and next. Here's an update from the school website.

Jan. 9th End of 2nd Quarter
Jan. 12th FCA meeting at 7:30 pm
Jan. 16th Grade cards will be sent home in homeroom at end of day
Jan. 19th No School Martin Luther King Day
Jan. 21st Honor Roll Treats handed out during lunch
Jan. 25th FCA meeting at 7:30 pm
Jan. 27th 2 Hour Early Dismissal for Teacher-In-Service meeting

Police handle assault complaint

December 29th
-          Handled Possible Road Rage Complaint on N Main St
-          Handled Animal Complaint on S Main St

December 30th
-          Traffic stop Warning for Expired Plates
-          Traffic stop Warning for Failure to Dim
-          Handled Welfare Check on E Lincoln
-          Assist Other Agency
-          Handled Suspicious Activity Complaint on W Dobbins

Registration underway for winter classes at Miss Vicki's Music Studio

Vicki Mills of Miss Vicki's Music Studio of Ada, announces that winter class registration is now underway.

"Begin the new year with Miss Vicki's Music Studio. Join for the education. Stay for the fun," said Mills.

Registration for the following classes is now underway. 

Village Voice: A reminder of what happens during snow emergencies

Village crews work around the clock through major snowfalls to keep the Village streets as safe and passable as possible. Please keep the following tips in mind:

- Crews do not wait for a snow emergency to be declared to begin clearing roads. If you are able to park your vehicles off the street, please do so. Once the public lots at the Depot and the corner of West Buckeye Avenue and North Gilbert Street are plowed, please consider using those lots.

Beacon Realty house of the week at 340 Hays Avenue

Beacon Realty's house of the week is at 340 Hays Ave., Ada. The three-bedroom, two-bath residence is listed at $229,500.

For additional information open the attachment at the bottom of this story, or call Becky Neville at 419-634-0021

Free candles: Get 'em while they're not hot

Gus Guthrie says he has some candles that he'd like to give away.

All you need to do to have one is to stop in to Ada Flea Market, make a purchase and walk out with a free candle.

The flea market at 111 N. Main St., is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday.

You can check out the candles at the front counter - and by all means, tell Gus you saw this offer on the Ada Icon.