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Part 9 - Take an Ada art walk

Summer series focusing on The Remington Walk on the ONU campus


Summer is a great time to explore the art spread across the Ada community – especially for viewers unable to visit art galleries elsewhere in Ohio.

As a weekly series, The Icon features the art located on The Remington Walk on the Ohio Northern University campus. For some viewers, this series is familiar. For others, it may be a first-time experience. 

Either way, it’s an opportunity to take a walk and view some art that is uniquely Ada. The Walk is spread through campus and may be viewed by following the ONU walking path, beginning near Affinity Village, west of The Freed Center.

Functional art

You work with what you have. If masks are the thing, then make masks. Ada Middle School art students are creating tie-dye masks. We can imagine that there will soon be a great demand for this product.

You might call it functional art. (From Ada Bulldogs Facebook)

It's all about surface tension

Attention parents of Ada middle school science students –

When you ask, "What did you do in school today?" you might hear this: "Do you know what surface tension is?"

To prove to your child that you are aware of scientific terms, just repond this way: "It's the tension of the surface film of a liquid caused by the attraction of the particles in the surface layer by the bulk of the liquid, which tends to minimize surface area."

Wow, bet you couldn't verbalize that in an impromptu speech if you were called for an explanation. Photos from Ada Bulldogs Facebook.

Liberty Township trustees move meeting to Sept. 14

Liberty Township Trustees will not meet on Monday, Sept. 7, instead they will meet on Monday, Sept. 14 ,at 7 p.m .in the Liberty Township Office, located at 110 E Buckeye St., Ada, according to Patty Griffin, township fiscal officers.

Mustangs big plays swamp rival Bulldogs

Ada travels to Columbus Grove on Friday

By Cort Reynolds
HARROD - It poured rain almost right up to game time, and then host Allen East poured it on backyard rival Ada 41-14 in the Northwest Conference and regular season opener Friday night at Mustang Stadium.

AE (1-0, 1-0 NWC East) ran out to a 41-0 halftime lead to earn the opening victory. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs start 0-1 overall and 0-1 in the NWC East. 

Marion Harding falls to Ada girls

Kiah Hefner and Brenna Hissong scored two goals apiece, Ella Marshall tallies one

By Cort Reynolds
MARION - The Ada girls soccer team earned their first win with a 5-2 victory at Marion Harding Saturday afternoon.

The victory upped the Lady Bulldog record to 1-2.