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Jason Szuch: “One of the best decisions we made was to stay in Ada”

Ada chamber members hear about two local businesses

“One of the best decisions we made was to stay in Ada,” says Jason Szuch, owner of two Ada-based businesses.

“The hard-working people of Ada separate us from our competitors,” he said, complimenting the work ethic found in his hometown.

Szuch shared his two-business start-up stories with Ada Area Chamber of Commerce members during the April 17 chamber breakfast held at Ada Public Library.

Those businesses are SAY Security Group USA, and Hospitality Wi-Fi, both located at 520 E. Montford Ave., in the Ada industrial park

ONU volunteers stop at Vancrest

Two weekends ago Vancrest was visited by several Ohio Northern University volunteers during the annual “ONU Love Day.”

They wash windows, spread mulch and this year brought cards for each resident. 

Jennifer Line, Vancrest activities director said, “The joy and pride they bring to our residents, while sprucing up the front and back porches of their home, is amazing. 

Reynolds' column published on celticblog

Cort Reynolds, Ada Icon sports writer, had an article abouty Paul Westhpal making it to the Hall of Fame that was published on celticblog.com

Click here to read the article.

She learned to ride horses before she was able to walk

Meet Jessica Abbey, this month's Vancrest Ada employee in the spotlight

Jessica Abbey says that she learned to ride horses before she was able to walk.

Jessica is Vancrest Ada’s case manager and a registered nurse, is in this month’s Vancrest employee spotlight.

She graduated from Allen East High school and attended Apollo Career Center to obtain her registered nurse’s license in 2011.

Before being a nurse, Jess was an STNA for three years. She became a  licensed practical nurse in 2000.

Her favorite part about working as Vancrest’s case manager is the flexibility of it all. She enjoys working in its many aspects and gets to be on the floor on occasion to get to know the residents even better.

For Tom Kier beekeeping is a great prescription for retirement!

Hear his bee talk Wednesday afternoon at the Ada Public Library

By Barb Lockhard
When Tom Kier retired in 2016, he had a few things on his bucket list.  The former associate dean of ONU’s College of Pharmacy wanted to see the Masters Golf Tournament (which he did this year) and also pursue an interest in beekeeping.

“Bees are fascinating creatures, said Kier, but then I’ve always been sort of a science geek.” 

Now starting his third summer tending honey bees, he will share his knowledge with aspiring beekeepers in a presentation set for Wednesday, April 17, 3:30 p.m. at the Ada Public Library.  It’s Beekeeping 101 and he’ll bring some equipment so the audience will get a hands-on experience. 

"No one fights alone" fundraiser for Tony Adams May 4

Diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Six months ago, Tony Adams, Ada resident and a 19-year associate at SRK-Ohio (SumiRiko-Ohio), Bluffton, was diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.

During the last six month he has undergone treatment, including chemotherapy and radiation.

While fighting cancer he has had multiple trips in and out of hospitals combating the side effects of his cancer treatment.

Tony’s treatment plan is on-going for the next two years.

To assist in paying for is astronomical bills, a public event in his support is planned in early May.

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