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Let it snow - part 2

With temperatures in the mid-40s the snow is sinking quickly

Lots of photos in today's story -
Today temperatures reached the mid-40s and the past snowfall is a melting minor glacier.

Despite that here are more snowfall memories from Ada Icon viewers. You'd find animals, snow plows, rural scenes, at least one dog attempting to navigate the snow plus a polar bear. Ada can't have snow without polar bears.

In addition, Jenn Hiester provides four scenes as today's featured photos. Thank you to all the viewers who participated in this photo project.

Click here for yesterday's featured snow photos.

So, you think you know Ada? The answer

So, you think you know Ada? Check the photo below for the answer.

9th annual Ada boosters purse raffle for a great cause

Tickets now on sale through March 4

The Ada Academic Boosters and Music Boosters announce tickets are now on sale for this year's purse raffle fundraiser. This is the 9th annual event.

Details of the event follow:
Tickets may be purchased online here: https://9thannualpurseraffle.square.site/

You can buy as many tickets as you would like. Tickets are broken into categories to make purchasing easier, and gives you a discount if you buy more than one ticket. 

1 ticket for $10
3 tickets for $25
7 tickets for $50
12 tickets for $75
20 tickets for $100

Let it snow

Here's how Ada Icon viewers will remember February's 9.5 inches of snow

More photos tomorrow -
The past few weeks haven’t been much fun as temperatures stayed below freezing for two weeks in tandem with the  heavy snowfall.

Despite that, Icon viewers answered the call for snow photos last week. We received nearly 20 photos and every one of them has a story to tell.

When 9.5 inches of snow covers the ground what else is there to do expect go outside and play – if you are a dog.

Or, you can take photos of the snow from inside your house or outside, especially after you’ve successfully cleared your drive way.

ONU swimmer receives OAC honors

Sophomore Calob Cope (Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead) was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Men's Swimmer of the Week for the week of Feb. 15-21.

Cope won three distance races in meets at Mount Union and John Carroll this weekend.

On Friday, he won the 500 free in 4:57.51 and was second in the 400 I.M. in 4:20.69 at Mount Union.

Cope swept the 1650 free (17:04.26) and the 500 free (4:57.32) at John Carroll on Saturday.

The Polar Bears will wrap up their abbreviated 2021 season March 25-27 with the Ohio Athletic Conference Championships at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio.

Conservation and Tillage conference virtual this spring

This conference is traditionally held at Ohio Northern University

This spring's Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference traditionally held on the Ohio Northern University campus is virtual this year. 

Four days of topic related programming will be provided March 9-12, (Tuesday-Friday). There is still time to register. Each day will start at 8 a.m. and will have five hours of programming, ending about 2 p.m.

That adds up to 20 hours of presentations on current topics important for farmers, crop consultants and educators.

Because the program is virtual and therefore travel is not an issue, the planning committee has put together a list of national experts from universities, agencies, industry professionals and others.

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