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November 13, 2019
 

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Oh, boy, here it comes! Harvest and Herb Festival

Over 150 craft booths, lots of food, large parade, kid's area, crowning of a queen

It’s Harvest and Herb Festival weekend in Ada, with the event set from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday on Main Street.

The 34th annual Ada Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored festival should draw a large crowd. It will offer over 150 craft vendors (and growing daily), a kid’s area, parade, crowning of a festival queen and many food booths.

Helicopter flyover
Several new features are part of this year’s festival. The feature making the most noise is a scheduled flyover by a St. Rita’s-Mercy Health helicopter to signal the start of the 10 a.m. parade.

Homecoming tickets, volley for a cure, AMHA getting started

Activities this week at Ada High School

Here's an update on activities at Ada High School. Information is from the school website:

PRE-SALE TICKETS:  for Friday’s military appreciation night football game will be on sale in the high school office from 8:15 to 3:45 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Cost is $4 for students and $5 for adults. All tickets are $6 at the door.

VOLLEY FOR A CURE T-SHIRTS: There are orders form in the high school office.  Completed order forms and money are due Thursday, Sept. 19. The game is Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 5:30 p.m., the Bulldogs verses Paulding.

Audition for choir? At my age?

Auditions for Noteworthy Community Choir takes place soon

Audition for choir?  At my age?

Well, yes!  Noteworthy Community Choir has an inter-generational choir (Expressions) that meets Monday evenings from 7:15 - 9:15 p.m.

"We have singers ages 14 through 70+ and have had a wonderful time serving our communities through song," says Vicki Mills, director.

"New singers are welcome, and the audition is short and sweet, consisting of  singing 30 seconds of your favorite song, and running a few exercises to determine your range and musicianship skills." 

Bridge work completed on Hardin County Road 50

Hardin County Road 50 (Liberty Township Road 55-County Road 65) is now open, according to the Hardin County Engineer's office.

The road was previously closed due to bridge replacement.

No school in Ada on Monday

Ada students won't be in school on Monday, Sept. 16. According to Meri Skilliter, superintendent a staff professional development day is planned for the staff.

Here's the road work schedule on I-75 and US 30 next week

As it affects local traffic patterns

Here's what you need to know about I-75 and U.S. 30 road work for the week beginning Sept. 16 as it affects local traffic patterns.

Interstate 75 - Hancock County
Interstate 75 northbound at Hancock county Road 99, Findlay, will experience shoulder closures through the work zone for erosion repair at the interchange.

All ramps at the interchange are expected to be maintained throughout the project. Work is being performed by Miller Contracting Group, Inc., Ottoville.

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