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July 19, 2019
 

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Ada's Ethan Daniels recognized at swim championships

Senior swim team members were recognized during this past weekend's Western Ohio Aquatic League championships, including Ethan Daniels, from Ada Alligators. The entire list of league seniors follows:
Ada Alligators: ​
Ethan Daniels

Bluffton Sardines
Tanner Pinks, Andrew Bertka, Amanda Speicher, Jordan Siefer

Kenton Marlins
Haley Hunt, Mason Manns

Shawnee Tide
Madi Gendreau, Lauren Mayers

Sherwood Sharks
Khloe Kaskocsak, Cayla Butler, Jacob Michael

Van Wert Marlins: ​
Noah Arend

Wapak Waves: ​
Tristan Gesler, Danica Zink

Lugibihl's Blue Moon Blueberries are now available

Lugibihl’s Blue Moon Blueberries, 14848 Road 3, (just north of State Route 12), Pandora, has blueberries.

U-pick hours this week are:
Tuesday evening, July 16, from 6-9 p.m.
Wednesday, July 17,  7 a.m.-9 p.m. (all day).
Thursday and Friday, July 18-19 evenings 6-9 p.m.

U-pick price is $2.50 per pound. Orders can be taken for picked berries and these are $5 per pound. Call 419-231-0832 for updated information or orders.

P CLARK

P CLARK was spotted in the Ada park. The plate is on a black Chevrolet van.

Ada chamber breakfast Wednesday AM

Your opportunity to get caught up on events underway in town

Several items are on Wednesday morning’s chamber agenda, according to Deb Curlis, director of the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce. The free breakfast meeting is at 8 a.m. in the Ada Public Library.

Here’s an update on chamber-related activities:

• Mark Wipper has resigned from the board and will move to Colorado this summer. His term ends Dec. 31, and the board chose not to replace him at this time.

• Chamber president Heather Cox said that the chamber’s Facebook continues to add friends. Persons interested in following it may click here.

Ada junior high football practice starts Monday

Ada Junior high football will start  Monday, July 22,  at 6:30  p.m. at the football practice field at the high school.

ONU grad Ryan Bruns will play for Dayton Red Scare

Dayton team is part of a 64-team tourney competition

Ohio Northern All-American Ryan Bruns  will participate in this year's The Basketball Tournament (TBT) with the Dayton Red Scare.

TBT is a 64-team tournament of top-notch professional basketball, featuring college alumni teams, international basketball stars, ex-NBA players and future NBA players competing in a single-elimination 5-on-5 tournament.

The champions from each regional site will move on to Championship Weekend to play for the $2 million, winner-take-all prize in Chicago from Aug. 1-6.

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