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Lydia Sorensen, Ada, is Bluffton University graduate

Lydia Sorensen of Ada, earned bachelor’s degrees in accounting and mathematics from Bluffton University. The graduation took place in May.

 

ONU grad and Meijer's CEO assumes association leadership

Rick Keyes, Ohio Northern University pharmacy graduate (1992),  president and CEO of Meijer, will be the new chairman of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS). He was named Meijer's president and CEO in October, 2015. Keyes is pictured with ONU students on the campus of Ohio Northern University.

Remember Philip Gautier?

Ada High School exchange student creates YouTube piano video

Remember Philip Gautier, an Ada Rotary Club exchange student from France? Philip attended Ada High School during the 2018-19 school year as a junior.

Thanks to a tip from Monty Siekerman, the Icon shares a short piano composition by Philip, discovered on YouTube in May. Viewers may watch and listen below.

For a refresher course in Philip is from Saint Sulpice sur Risle, France, in the  Normandy area. We recall that he was first hosted Bill and Yam Trudeau, in charge of the Rotary in charge of the exchange program. 

Hunter Wells in today's Ada HS senior spotlight

In cooperation with Ada schools, the Ada Icon will post each of the Ada High School class of 2020 seniors in the spotlight. Hunter Wells is today's senior in the spotlight.

Dani Waugh in today's Ada HS senior spotlight

In cooperation with Ada schools, the Ada Icon will post each of the Ada High School class of 2020 seniors in the spotlight. Dani Waugh is today's senior in the spotlight.

Danielle Waugh, AHS grad, recipient of Liberty bank scholarship

One of 3 students to receive a My Money Matters scholarship

Ada High School graduate, Danielle Waugh, is one of three ara high school graduates to receive a $1,000 scholarship from Liberty National Bank.

She will attend Rhodes State College, Lima, this fall where she plans to study to be an occupational therapy assistant.

Thirty students within Hardin, Logan and Union counties submitted applications for the Liberty National Bank My Money Matters scholarship.

Liberty National Bank offered three $1,000 scholarship opportunities to local students who completed the Liberty National Bank Financial Literacy Program.

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