Kyle Rex is an Ohio Northern University senior currently interning at Community Health Professionals. The fit is a good one for this pharmacy business major from Napoleon, Ohio. His hybrid major combines primarily courses in business with pharmacy science classes. For Rex his concentration is marketing.
Working 20 hours a week at CHP over the course of this summer, Rex is starting out his internship with a focus on marketing and fundraising, specifically for the CHP hospice benefit fund. The fund assists those with limited means to have access to hospice services.
Ada High School will honor its graduates of the Class of 2013 on Sunday, May 26, at 2 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.
At the Senior Honor Awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 15, it was announced that Bailey Bowers, Jaden Castle, Erica Kier, Levi Klingler, Madeleine Lomax Vogt, Morgan Rouch, Michael Savino, McKenzie Shaw, and Taylor Willeke have earned the honor of Co-Valedictorians, while Zoe Laird and Jonathen Robey were named Co-Salutatorians.
“I can’t do a lot, but I can do this and I enjoy it.”
That’s how Mike Styer, who has taught Ada junior high social studies for 14 years, sums up his bike fix-up hobby that sends all its proceeds to the Hardin County Relay for Life.
Styer’s father died as a result of cancer in 2008. After his father’s death, the Ada teacher decided to get into better physical shape. To make a long story short he began entering triathlons. In those endurance events competitors swim, bike and run.
The Hardin Co Hootanannies 4-H club’s last meeting was opened by president, Laura Spradlin. Meadow Cromer led the American flag pledge and Seth Davis led the 4-H pledge. Secretary, Miranda Holbrook did roll call and there were 14 members present.
Charles Van Dyne, Ada attorney and member of the Kenton Elks Lodge #157, has been named the Elk of the Year by the Ohio Elks Association.
Van Dyne was nominated by his home lodge for his many years of dedication to not only the Kenton Lodge but also the Ohio Elks Association and the national organization, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
Van Dyne’s was initiated into the Kenton Lodge in 1957. Some of the major milestones of his Elk career include:
• serving as Exalted Ruler of Kenton Lodge in 1968-1969,
• elected chairman of the West Central District in 1977
• named a District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler in 1980-1981.