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October 21, 2019
 

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Historical society holds cemetery tour committee meeting

The Ada Historical Society will hold a cemetery tour committee meeting on Tuesday Sept. 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the Ada Public Library, 320 N. Main Street, Ada.

Five Ada students on Rhodes State dean's list

Rhodes State College, Lima, announces its dean’s list for the summer semester. Below are the area students on the summer dean's list.

To be eligible for this full-time Dean’s List, a student must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and earn a 3.5 grade point average or higher.

Full-time students:
Bluffton
Braeden T Edwards

Harrod
Jennifer Helen Gardner

To be eligible, a part-time student must be enrolled in at least six but not more than 11 credit hours and earn a 3.5 grade point average or higher.

Hardin County Fair runs Sept. 3 to 8

Season tickets are available in several Ada businesses

The Hardin County Fair opens Tuesday, Sept. 3, and continues through Sunday, Sept. 8. The fairgrounds is located at 14134 Letson Ave., Kenton.

Season tickets and membership tickets are on sale at the following Ada locations:
• Liberty National Bank
• Quest Federal Credit Union
• 4 Seasons Drive Thru
• 302 Carryout

Season and membership tickets are $20. Season tickets admits one adult and family's children of school age and under all week. Membership tickets give admission and voting privileges.

I-75 and US 30 work will affect local traffic patterns

Between Beaverdam and Lima

Ohio Department of Transportation issued the following work projects for next week that affect local traffic patterns.

Interstate 75 between the Stewart Road overpass and Napoleon Road, between the city of Lima and the village of Beaverdam, will be restricted to one lane in both directions for a pavement resurfacing project.

The project also includes repairs on the ramps at the Bluelick Road interchange and on the bridges over Sugar Creek.

Lane restrictions will be in place each week from Monday morning to Friday afternoon. Two lanes of traffic will be maintained in each direction on weekends. Work will continue through early October.

What's for lunch?

September menu now available

Now that school has started back up again, the cafeteria menu for September is available on the Icon.  

Click on the picture below; for a printer-friendly version, click on the attachment. 

ReStore reopens Sept. 10 under a new name

Grand reopening, re-dedication and dinner part of the celebration

The staff, volunteers and board of the ReStore Community Center invites
the community to join in celebration Tuesday, Sept. 10, as the Center celebrates its grand reopening and rededication under its new - and yet to be announced - name.

The decision was made by the ReStore’s board of directors to rename the center earlier this summer to differentiate itself from other national charities.

“(The ReStore) was born out of a feeling of love, and a desire to reach out an assist those in need,” Robert Kanzig, executive director, said.

“The hope always has been, and always will be to show any in need the love
and compassion demonstrated by Jesus Christ.”

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