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November 11, 2019
 

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Four Lady Bulldog kickers named All-NCOSA

By Cort Reynolds
FINDLAY - Four Ada girls soccer players earned All-North Central Ohio Soccer Association honors recently in voting by the league coaches.

Junior defender Brenna Hissong was named first team All-NCOSA.

Senior forward Ella Poling made second team all-league.

Senior forward Katie Butterfield and sophomore forward Timber Blankenship were each voted honorable mention all-league.

Junior midfielder Alexis Rickenbacker of league champion Liberty-Benton was voted NCOSA Player of the Year. Mark Pagano was named NCOSA Coach of the Year.

Ada is full of famous people - part 2

Just look at our Halloween photos...pirates, super heroes, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz and Scarlet from Gone with the Wind

DON'T MISS THE PARADE
VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM!

ADA'S FAMOUS PEOPLE - PART 2 - It was a captive audience of young and long-time Ada residents, all dressed up for a party.

Click here for Part 1 with lots more photos.

Behind the police station, of all places. Of course, that only means it's the line up for the annual Ada Kiwanis Club Halloween parade.

The Icon loves captive moments like this one. We meet lots of interesting folk. There were lots of movie characters, who you will see below.

An Ada Halloween story

The little girl twirling in her blue skirt

Note: Here's an Ada Halloween story. Leland Crouse alerted the Icon about it, which was originally posted in Betty Miller's Small Town Sampler on Oct. 24, 1990. 

Sitting in a group of friends one of the ladies brought up a story about seeing a ghost at her downtown apartment. I had to hear the whole story and went to visit my friend.

My friend’s husband bought a building in Ada. For several years the couple had lived on the second floor apartment while they remodeled the third floor, a former lodge hall where meetings and entertainment were held from 1905 until sometime in the 1940s.

Ada hosts rival Mustangs with league, playoffs at stake

By Cort Reynolds
The Ada football team can salvage a disappointing season with an upset of backyard arch-rival Allen East Friday in the regular season finale.

A Bulldog victory would deprive AE (8-1, 5-1 NWC) a share of the league title, and possibly also a playoff spot. 

On the other hand, with a victory AE will grab at least a share of their first conference title since 1995 - and clinch its first playoff berth in 13 years.

The Mustangs won 20-14 at home vs. Crestview in week nine to stay in a three-way tie for the league lead with two-time defending champion Spencerville, and 2018 co-champion Columbus Grove. 

Letter: Your vote matters

Vote yes for library levy

ICON READERS:

You have seen VOTE FOR THE LIBRARY signs in many yards in the Ada area.  Those signs are to remind voters that your vote matters!  We all have seen issues lose by one vote—that’s why your vote matters.

Have you visited the Ada Public Library recently or used their user-friendly website www.adalibrary.org?  At the library, you and your family have opportunities for free Wi-Fi, free computer usage, free notary service, voter registration, and excellent programs for babies through adults, including book discussions for tweens and adults.

Ada HS financial aid night Nov. 5

Ada High School will hold its annual Financial Aid presentation for students, parents and community members on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the media center at the school.

Topics to be discussed will be the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), source for aid, and specific concerns. A representative from Ohio Northern University will discuss college and university financial aid. The meeting is open to the public.

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