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December 14, 2019
 

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First 2013 Bulldog card sold - get your's today

Ada Elementary student, Samantha Crawford, recently sold the first 2013 Bulldog card to Dr. Suzanne Darmer, Superintendent of Ada Exempted Village Schools.

Samantha is a member of the 5th grade band and is learning to play the trumpet under the direction of Lori Wilson. The Bulldog card is a popular local discount program, which offers discounts to numerous area restaurants and merchants.

It is a fund-raising effort of the Ada Music Boosters with proceeds used to support excellence in music education for all students of Ada Schools. Cards are being sold by all band and choir students in grades 5-12 or from any member of the Boosters.

Jim Turner named Distinguished Citizen of the Year; Fred Evans receives Ada Spirit Award

WATCH THE VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY

Two longtime Ada community leaders were honored at the Nov. 5 Town and Gown Banquet. The 47th annual event, held in an overflowing crowd at the McIntosh Center Ballroom, recognized Jim Turner as Distinguished Citizen of the Year for 2012 and Fred Evans with the Ada Spirit Award. In addition, many persons new to the community were introduced.

Parade entries accepted for Bluffton Blaze parade

 

Area businesses, organizations and churches are invited to participate in the 2012  Bluffton Blaze of Lights parade, sponsored by the Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce.

The parade takes place on Saturday, Nov. 24, in Bluffton. Parade line up is on Snider Road, near the Bluffton Community Swimming Pool on North Main Street. The line up starts at 4 p.m. The parade takes place at 5 p.m.

Groups interested in entering the parade should contact Junior Weihrauch, parade chair, 20791 State Route 68, Arlington, OH 45814, or call 419-365-5304.

Persons may also register on line at www.explorebluffton.com.

Polls open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Nov. 6 election

It happens once every four years. Tuesday, Nov. 6, is election day - the day Americans elect a president.

Click here for Ada sample ballot.

Voting for Ada village voters is at  Ada Visiting Nurses 4392 State Route 235 (now 1200 S. Main St. because of annexation).

Voting for Liberty Township voters is  at N-Men's Association, 111 Central Ave. Ada.

Polls will open at 6:30 a.m. and will remain open until 7:30 p.m.

Don't say that it will snow 28 times this winter

Here's a scary thought: Will the number of snowfalls in one winter equal the date that the first snowfall fell in the season?

If so, we are in for 28 snowfalls during the winter of 2012-13. (On Oct. 28 was recorded 1.1 inches of snow.) Guy Verhoff, Pandora weather observer, didn't confirm that fact, but did provide a summary of the October weather. Here goes:

The high temperature of October was 78 degrees on Oct. 24. The low was 33 degrees on Oct. 11 and Oct. 30. The average October 2012 daily temperature was 52 degrees. The normal average temperature for October is 52.1 degrees.

Check out the November events on Ada's calendar

Several events are planned in early November in Ada, according to the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce. Here's a capsule of those events:

Fall Festival Nov. 3

Fall Festival of Crafts at Community Health Professionals. Local crafters will sell their creations to help Ada residents with holiday decorations and gifts. A soup bar will be available featuring:

• Homemade ham and beans 
• Cornbread  
• Fresh vegetable soup  
• Homemade bread  
• Cookies and drinks.

Town and Gown Nov. 5 

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