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January 24, 2019

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Ada Music Boosters dinner set for Sept. 8

Ticket pre-sales continue through Aug. 24 for the annual Ada Music Boosters BBQ, held before the first home football game from 4:30 to 6:00 on Friday, Sept. 8. The Bulldogs host LCC on Senior Night at War Memorial Stadium, game time 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $9.

The meal is a major fund-raiser for the Boosters with proceeds benefitting projects for the music department.  There are four ways to obtain tickets:  

• Contact any Ada High School Marching Band, Color Guard or Varsity Singer member

• Contact Arlene Allison at 419-302-7698 or Amy Morgan at 419-957-2125.

Orange and black red carpet

Ohio Northern rolled out the "orange and black" red carpet. In banner form, it flies high above College Avenue as new students move onto campus this weekend.

Vicki Mills says: "Enhance your life with music this fall"

Registration underway now for fall group and individual music classes

Vicki Mills of Miss Vicki’s Music Studio, Ada, is accepting registrations for the fall semester.

This fall Mills offers group classes for babies to age 10 and private piano and/or voice lessons for ages 10 to adults.

The studio is located at 2613 State Route 81 (North Street), Ada. The semester begins Sept. 11. 

Mills said that she is offering a weekly special in the group keyboard class. Persons who register by Aug. 31 have a 10 percent class discount.

“To secure your place in class, registration should include a $100 tuition deposit,” she said.

Ada loves a parade - and this one was great

Ada loves a parade. And, the 104th Farmers and Merchants Picnic parade was one to remember. Please enjoy Monty Siekerman's parade photos. If you look hard enough you might find someone you know here.


The "Picnic" beat goes on - with more photos here

Here are more Farmers and Merchants' Picnic photos by Monty Siekerman.

• Click here for our photos posted Sunday

• Is this Wonder Woman, or, perhaps, 6-year-old Nora Dyer?

• Two pretty ladies and a spider. What is their hometown?  "We are from a land far, far away."

So many F&M photos - and here's just the start

Photos by Monty Siekerman

The Ada icon loves to post photos and the Farmers and Merchants Picnic is one of our favorite events to shoot.

Monty Siekerman and Ken Collins photographered practically everything that moved on Saturday. We are going to share dozens of photos with viewers - and we will spread them out all week.

So, don't go away. Here's the start of the show.