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ONU's Dicke College of Business Administration students honored with FEI awards

Two students from Ohio Northern University’s James F. Dicke College of Business Administration were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments at the Financial Executives International (FEI) Toledo Chapter Student Awards Night November 13 in Perrysburg.

Andria Beehler-Evans, a senior accounting major from Bellefontaine, and Ashley Zoeller, a master of professional practice in accounting candidate from Port Clinton, were among 14 students honored at the event. The two ONU students were presented a $500 award check from Jon Strole on behalf of the FEI Toledo Chapter.

Kenton residence Beacon Realty's featured home of the week

Beacon Realty's featured home of the week is a residence at 307 S. High St., Kenton, according to Becky Neville.

The listing is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence with a list price of $38,700. For more details on the residence, open the attachment at the bottom of this story.


Here's the latest from the Ada Kiwanis Club

The Ada Kiwanis Club met on Tuesday November 11, 2014 at 12:00 noon at The New China Restaurant, downtown Ada. President John Berg called the meeting to order at 12:00 noon.

Daily weather summary: Baby, it's cold outside

It's only mid-November and suddenly someone turned down the thermostat.

The lowest minimum daily temperature since Nov. 12 was 13 and the highest was 37 degrees.

Here's the November daily weather summary to day from Guy Verhoff, Pandora weather observer.

Open the attachment at the bottom of this story.

99 models walk the runway during Festival of Trees style show

Ninety-nine models, including ONU’s own Miss Minnesota, walked the runway at McIntosh Center for a good cause on Nov. 18.

Community Health Professional’s Glitz and Glimmer Style Show, part of this year’s Festival of Trees, put on the show, which featured models showing clothes from 15 area retailers.

Deb Curlis, show director, moved the event from CHP’s to McIntosh this year as it outgrew its space last year.

A copy of the program, listing all models and retailers, is an attachment at the bottom of this story.

Feet for Fines at the Ada Public Library

Now through Saturday, Dec. 13 patrons of the Ada Public Library may pay off their library fines and help others at the same time!

The program is sponsored by the ONU Women, in collaboration with the Friends of the Ada Public Library.

Here’s how it works: Patrons may pay library fines (not eligible for lost book fees) in the following manner:

1 pair of NEW kid’s shoes (no flip flops) = $5 worth of fines
1 pair of NEW gloves = $5 worth of fines
1 NEW hat or scarf = $5 worth of fines
1 pair of NEW kid’s socks = $1 worth of fines

All of the collected items will be donated to Helping Hands, a Hardin County charity.