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January 27, 2020

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Dr. Mark Weiner joins Fostoria Primary Care

Dr. Mark Weiner, a family practice physician, has joined Fostoria Primary Care, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, and will begin seeing patients located at 617 N. County Line St., Fostoria.

Dr. Weiner will be providing primary care and internal medicine to all ages. Services will include care for chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes, family planning and reproductive counseling and routine check-ups for overall health.

“I am excited to welcome dr. Weiner to the Blanchard Valley Health System family of professionals,” said Kelly Shroll, president of Blanchard Valley Medical Practices. “He shares our strong passion for providing the best patient care.”

You can enter Icon's Super Bowl Contest - posted Monday AM

Bluffton and Ada Icon viewers are invited to enter the Icon Super Bowl Contest.

The contest will be posted on both Icons on Monday morning. The deadline to enter is Super Bowl Sunday.

The contest will have several questions and tie-breaking questions including:

•Who will win?
•Who will score first?
•Who will lead at halftime?
•How many points will the winning team win by?
•Who will be the Super Bowl MVP?

The grand prize is six passes to the Shannon Theatre in Bluffton.

The ins and outs of pole vaulting

ONU's Maggie Krause has realized her potential

 Maggie Krause had heard it enough. She was sick and tired of coaches conveying to her the potential she had. The potential to attend college and compete in a sport at a very high level. 

For years, coaches from high school, colleges and clubs had told Krause she had all the tools to excel in the sport of pole vault. But for years, she cleared the same height, didn't hit the mark she aimed for and fought disappointment every step of the way.

Chamber business of the year nominations accepted until Jan. 31

Winner announced at Feb. 19 annual meeting at The Inn

Ada Area Chamber of Commerce invites nominations for the outstanding business of the year, according to Deb Curlis, chamber director.

A printer-friendly nomination form is attached at the bottom of this story. The outstanding business will be recognized during the chamber’s annual meeting luncheon. It is at noon, Wednesday, Feb. 19, at The Inn at ONU.

Tickets for the meeting are $20 per person with reservations due by Saturday, Feb. 1. Nominations for business of the year are due Friday, Jan. 31.

Hardin County University Club II scholarship deadline Feb. 1

$1,000 will be awarded to a Hardin County HS graduate now in college

The Hardin County University Club II announced that the club’s scholarship award applications deadline is Saturday, Feb. 1.

Each year University Club II awards one $1,000 scholarship to a junior or senior college student who has graduated from one of the schools of Hardin County.

Scholarship applications are available by emailing the Club’s Scholarship Chair, Marilyn Dulin, at dulinmarilyn@gmail.com

The club has awarded scholarships since 1964 with the first scholarship totalling $100. The club has awarded more than $35,000 in scholarships to college students since that time.

No Limit Nutrition ribbon cutting Jan. 31

The business opened earlier this winter at 117 E. Lincoln

Ada Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at noon, Friday, Jan. 31, at No Limit Nutrition, 117 E. Lincoln Ave., according to Deb Curlis, chamber director. 

The new business opened earlier this winter by partners Gina Murray and Cassandra Casiano.

No Limit offers healthy nutritious meal replacements including teas, energizing cocktails and protein snacks including over 45 different flavors of meal replacement shakes, energizing teas and other beverages under 250 calories. 

Business hours are Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The business phone number is 419-558-1227.