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September 23, 2019
 

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Ada's canine Uber driver

Ken Collins took these two photos that proves there might be a canine Uber driver in Ada. Lilcensed, apparently.

 

Where will you find this fashionable gentleman wearing the Icon cap?

This fashionable gentleman, well call him Fred, is sporting an Ada Icon cap.

The challenge, dear reader, is to guess where you'll find him.

Hint: you'll see him inside a business on South Main.

Answer. Fred helps keep store with Ruth Roider at Gallery for the Arts. Ruth won the Ada Icon cap at a recent Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting. (Monty Siekerman photo)

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Cheerleader Don

"Give me a B...an E...an A...an R...an S...what does that spell? BEARS!"

Don Traxler, retired education prof and former mayor, leads cheers at the basketball game on Saturday at King-Horn.

The Lady Bears are without cheerleaders, so Don took it upon himself to get the crowd vocally behind the local team during their Elite 8 game. He attends many athletic contests at ONU throughout the year. (Monty Siekerman photo)

This Bulldog is a local favorite

Local favorite Tori Wyss (left) greets teammates when the starting lineup was announced during the tourney game on Saturday night at the ONU Sports Center.

Tori scored four points in a lopsided win over Lakeland. Tori, an Ada High School grad, is a 5-10 forward who gets a lot of playtime in as a sophomore. (Monty Siekerman photo)

The founding of the Ada Kiwanis Club 93 years ago

Jon Umphress described the founding of the Ada Kiwanis Club 93 years ago when he spoke at the club's regular meeting this week. He noted that the occasion included a parade through the business district and the members receiving keys to the village from the mayor.

Here is Jon's account of his talk:​

The club received its charter from Kiwanis International on this date in 1924. 

Barton F. Snyder, a charter member of the club and editor of The Ada Herald, noted the following narrative in the Jan. 15 issue of the newspaper. 

"The Ada Kiwanis Club came into being at a preliminary meeting held in the University Cafeteria on Tuesday evening January 8, 1924. 

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