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Ada Academic Boosters
Tracie Amburgey, 419-235-8162
Deb Curlis, director, 419-788-9459
Ada Athletic Boosters
Lisa Conley, 419-235-6562; Meets second Monday at 7 p.m. in high school cafeteria
Ada Boy Scouts - Pack 124
Meets at 7 p.m. on first Tuesday of each month at school cafeteria
Ada Kiwanis Club
(567) 204-9241
Paul Fletcher, 419-235-1533.
Meets on first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Media Center at Ada High School. Amanda Robirds, president; Michele Frazier, VP of communication. Ada Rotary First Thursday - 5 p.m., social, The Inn at ONU Each Tuesday (except social week), noon, The Inn at ONU Jamie Hall, president, 567-712-9079
Friends of the Library
Liberty Conservation Club
1552 St. Rt. 235, 419-234-5795

Church

Please contact The Icon at [email protected] for any organization changes in your listing.

316 S. Main St. - 419-634-2407 111 Central Ave - 419-235-7307
201 S. Main St. - 419-634-5661 301 N. Main St. - 419-634-4626
1047 St. Rt. 235 - 419-634-6132 7050 St. Rt. 235, Alger - 419-757-4501
101 Montville St, Alger - 419-757-3771 4014 Co. Rd. 304, - 419-326-8552
4227 N. Hardin Rd. - 419-649-5364 350 W. North Ave - 419-634-8041
321 N. Gilbert St. - 419-634-2554 22 E. Highland Ave. - 419-634-2626
125 S. Johnson St. - 419-634-8956
St. Paul's United Church of Christ
4443 TR 25, Ada • 419
4945 St. Rt. 81 - 419-634-6303

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• Email your garage sale ad to: [email protected]
• All garage sale posts are free
• There is no word length limit (no novels, please)
• There is no deadline - garage sales are posted the day received (99% of the time)
• All garage sales are posted on both Bluffton and Ada Icons
• You will find garage sales on the Icons' Classified Ad Page under "Garage Sales" 
• All garage sales posted are automatically listed on the Icon Garage Sale Map - it's printer-friendly. Click here to look at the map
• We post all garage sales the week they are scheduled - we will not post garages sales two weeks in advance
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• Ada Area Chamber of Commerce
• Ada Community Improvement Corp. (CIC)
• Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance
• Better Business Bureau
• Ohio News Media Association

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Classified ads:
This is our classified ad page and all classified ads are on the right column. We only charge for:
• Properties for sale or for rent
• Vehicles for sale

Our rates for those are only $10 for the first 10 days and $1 for each following day. We charge for those ads because we have realtors and auto dealers who are paying customers.

All other classified ads are free. We post garage sales the week that they are held. There is no deadline or maximum word count. We also provide a garage sale map. During garage sale season we post a link to the map on the top of the garage sale ads.

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Here's what the Ada Icon is all about

Welcome to the Ada Icon. For first-viewers, here's helpful answers to your questions.

Q: What is the Icon?
A: Think of the Icon as a daily newspaper on the web.

Q: When did it first appear on the web?
A: March 15, 2012.

How much do I pay to view the Icon?
A: Nothing. It's free to view. Unlike other newspaper websites, there is no limit to the number of stories you may read. And, you may access all of our archived material.

Q: How does the Icon make money?
A: Through very affordable local advertising. We have over 50 local advertisers.

Q: What might we expect to find in The Icon?
A: All sorts of things. Our primary coverage area is the Ada school district. According to Google Analytics, 90 percent of our viewers live winthin 25 miles of Ada. That takes in Lima, Findlay and Kenton. We also have a loyal following of viewers who grew up here and moved away, or who lived here for a time, but no longer do.

Q: How many viewers do you have?
A: Ada Icon experiences over 10,000 viewers in a 30-day period.

Q: Where do you obtain stories for the Icon? 
A: Viewers send us news items. We also post all Ohio Northern University news, and cover all aspects of the Ada community.

We provide extensive sports coverage of Ada High School and Ohio Northern University.

We post all obituaries provided by area funeral homes. We post obituaries of former residents when their family members provide us with information.

Q: Are there other Icons? Do you have other products in addition to your website?
A: In September 2009 we launched Bluffton Icon (www.blufftonicon.com). It is in a community the same size as Ada and the two school districts touch.There are many commonalities between the two communities, even though they are in different counties. For example, Ada is home of Ohio Northern University, as Bluffton is home of Bluffton University. Ada Icon covers the Ada school district and ONU in the same way that Bluffton Icon covers Bluffton.
 

HERE ARE SOME OF
THE TOP STORIES OF
JANUARY 2021

(These top stories change each month)

• ADA RECYCLING NOW
ACCEPTS ADDITIONAL ITEMS

Ada recycling bins are about to become tubbier, and it’s a good thing, according to Rumpke Waste and Recycling.

Rumpke, the contractor for Ada waste and recycling collection, announced this month an  expansion what it accepts as recycled items.

The addition includes polypropylene plastic tubs. These products are labeled #5. (Please note that not all #5 items may be recycled, however.)

Here’s Rumpke’s new polypropylene plastic tub recycled list:
• Plastic bottles, jugs and other containers 
• butter, sour cream and cottage cheese tubs
• yogurt and fruit cups

The addition of Rumpke now accepting polypropylene plastic tubs is made possible with a grant from The Recycling Partnership. The funding helps Rumpke add nearly $2 million in new sorting to better extract these containers for recycling.
 

• ADA COUNCIL PRESIDENT
OUTLINES 2021 VILLAGE GOALS

Bob Simmons, Ada council president, outlined his 2021 goals for the village in a report presented at the Jan. 5 council session. Click here to view the Jan. 19 council agenda, which includes his report.

The 12-point report includes:
• Continued work on some alley vacations
• Grandview project, discussion with residents, review scope of project
• Our green space – developing policies for items recycled, hours open, located near Ada water treatment plant
• Memorabilia in attic of depot and removal of train club layout
• New evaluation system unique to Ada for its four administrators
• Paint depot and lamp posts in Ada
• Complete illustrated duties of all positions in the village
• Work with ONU to develop logo and painting water tower –
   it is ONU’s  sesquicentennial (August 1871)
• Hiring of Ada pool personnel and operating standards
• Complete fire hydrant repairs
• Hire manager for depot flowers
• Location of personnel files

His 2021 report also includes listing of goals set for 2020, which follow:
• Purchase village tornado siren
• Complete employee performance evaluations
• Develop performance evaluation for village administrator, police chief, fiscal officer, human resources coordinator
• Purchase new leaf vacuum
• Work on alley vacations
• Updating employee classification specifications
• Completion of Lincoln II street construction
• Hire Class 2 water treatment plant operator
• Hire pool manager

 

• ADA SCHOOLS RETURN
TO TRADITIONAL SCHEDULE

Meri Skilliter, Ada school superintendent, yesterday updated the school community with its next school plan. Here letter to the community follows:

After looking at our numbers, and meeting with the health department today, we are happy to announce that it is our plan to start students back to school on a traditional schedule, all students five days a week, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.

As always, continuing this model will be dependent on staffing numbers, recommendations from the county health department, and any state mandates that might occur.

We believe that the best model, educationally, is to have students here every day, and we will strive to do that for as long as we are safely able to do so.

Please remind students that it will be important to continue to follow masking and social distancing protocols.

It is important to us that you continue to monitor the health of your student(s) and not send them with any of the symptoms of Covid. You can review this information at ​Frequently Asked Questions (ohio.gov)​.

For students who are dropped off in the morning, we want to provide some tips to encourage efficient and safe drop off procedures since we will have additional traffic with all students returning.

Students should be prepared to be dropped off once they are on the curb area in the parking lot. Please have your students prepared to exit your vehicle quickly once you are in this area.

Once your car comes to a stop on the curb near the school, have your student exit the vehicle and get to the sidewalk. Middle school and high school students are welcomed to enter the building at door 17, which is at the end of the high school hallway.

There is to be no parking during drop off times. Being prepared for drop off, as well as following the directions of Officer Carl and other school staff, will help keep the drop off area safe and the flow of traffic moving efficiently.

If you have any questions, please let your building principals know.

• ADA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
INVITES NOMINATIONS FOR 2020
OUTSTANDING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Ada Area Chamber of Commerce invites nominations for the 2020 outstanding business of the year, according to Heather Cox of the chamber.

Any Ada Area Chamber of Commerce member business or industry is eligible for nomination. The award winner will be determined by the contributions that the nominee and its owners, managers and employees have made to the Ada area community. The Board of Directors of the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce will determine the award winner.

The outstanding business will be recognized during the chamber’s annual meeting luncheon. It is a Zoom meeting at noon,  at noon, Wednesday, March 17.

Last year's winner
Century 21 Sunway was last year’s winner. It has been a part of the Ada community for almost 40 years.

Recognizing the business in last year’s annual meeting, Deb Curlis said: "It supports our kids, our schools, our sports teams, our festivals, our parades, our music departments, our community meals, our holiday activities, our service clubs…anything you can think of in Ada, Century 21 has touches and has become a huge supporter.

Becky Reed is owner/broker of the firm, which has an office in Kenton in addition to Ada.

Nominations for business of the year may be mailed to Ada Area Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 225, Ada, Ohio 45810 or e-mailed to Deb Curlis at [email protected]. The deadline for nominations is Jan. 31.

Recent businesses of the year
2013 – Everhart Trucking
2014 – Ada Public Library
2015 – Liberty National Bank
2016 – Ada Icon
2017 – Easter House Bed and Breakfast
2018 – Hays Insurance
2018 – 302 Carryout (awarding year changed)
2019 – Century 21 Sunway Realty

 

• 2021 IS A MAJOR
ELECTION
YEAR IN ADA

This is a major election year in Ada.

Four council seats, two school board seats and two township trustee seats will be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot. Winners of those races will have 4-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2022.

Ada council seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Terry D. Keiser - Republican
Jeffery Oestreich - Republican
Noah Ristau - No party designation
Robert Simmons - Republican
Council members not on the ballot:
Sheila Coressel
Linda Mason
The Ada mayor David Retterer is not on the ballot.

Council seats are partisan and Feb. 3 is the filing deadline. Candidates seeking council seats as independents have until May 3 to file.

A May 4 primary will only take place for council races if enough candidates from either party file, requiring a runoff.

Ada school board seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Ernest Daugherty
Ron Fleming
School board members not on the ballot:
Troy Erickson
Matthew Gossman
Amy Mullins

Liberty Township trustees seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Gary Hall
Bradley Hays
Neither trustee, Jeffrey Acheson, nor fiscal officer, Patricia Griffin, are on the ballot.

School board and township trustees are non-partisan races. The filing deadline to be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot is Aug. 4.

The following is an abridged calendar for the 2021 election.

Feb. 3 – Partisan candidates filing deadline, 4 p.m.
Feb. 16 – Election board certifies candidate petitions
April 5 – Deadline for voter registration in May 4 Ohio primary election
May 3 – Filing deadline for independent candidates for the Nov. 2 election, 4 p.m.
May 4 – Ohio Primary election, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
July 15 – Election board certifies independent candidates petitions for general election
Aug. 4 – Non-partisan candidates general election filing deadline
Oct. 4 – Deadline for voter registration in Nov. 2 general election
Nov. 2 – General election, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Classified Ads

20386 Township Road 51 Bluffton -  Name brand clothes.   Nike, Under Armor, Pink, VS, North Face, Ohio State.  All sizes   Housewares, tree trimmer, tomatoes and green peppers.  

Wednesday 12:00 — 6:00
Thursday 12:00 — 6:00
Friday 12:00–04:00

Ada – Multiple Family Garage Sale
1128 Beech Street

August 12&13   9 am – 5 pm
August 14   9 am – 2 pm

Our stuff is your Treasure!
Treadmill, countertop baby bath, baby clothes 0-9 mos., Women’s clothing, sizes 4-6, Furniture, Queen headboard/2 bed frames, Tools, vintage tools and postcards, kerosene heater, 1990’s My Size Barbie, Barbies, toys, games, DVDs, books, material, curtains/rods, home decorating and kitchenware items, and other household items.

159 Bolt St, Rawson
7/30 & 7/31 9-5
3 family sale - lots of house goods, antiques, too much to mention.
 

Moving/Garage Sale. 615 S. Main Street
Friday (7/30) 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday (7/31) 8:00am- 12:00pm
Household items, Home decor, Garden Tools, Tiller, Push mower, Lawn sweeper, Small refrigerator, Antiques, Misc. items

11795 Phillips Rd. Pandora OH 45877 - Thursday July 22nd 3-6 and Friday July 23rd 9-4.

Household items, home decor, furniture, high chair, lamps, Christmas decor and tree, bike, tag along, tools, kids toys, adult clothing, and outerwear.

4662 Twp Rd 25, Rawson - Thursday, July 22 and Friday, July 23: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 24: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Very large garage sale! Cleaning out house and shop! Antiques, Electric Kitchen Range, China hutch, Furniture including bedroom suite, desks and tables, handicap supplies, 2 motorized chairs, retired painters workshop, ladders and rollers, hunting dog carrier, 19" screen auto focus video magnifier, two flat screen TVs, And much much more, come see for yourself! PRICES ARE NEGOTIABLE

Planning a garage sale?
• All garage sales we received automatically go on both Bluffton Icon and Ada Icon
• We post garage sales the week that they are held 
• There is no word limit on garage sales - just don't write a novel
• We can accept 1 photo featuring your garage sale if you send it with the ad.
• Our garage sale map is printer friendly, so you can take it with you when shopping
• Click here to view the map 
• There's no deadline in sending a garage sale ad. We'll generally post it the day we receive it
• Please do not send garage sales in all capital letters. We simply copy and paste your ad. We have to retype ads in all caps and that will delay posting your ad.
• Send your ad to: [email protected] or [email protected]. Either will work.

3 bedroom/ 2 bath available October 1, 2021

Eastside Apartments
606 E. Lincoln Ave.
Ada, OH 45810

3 bedroom/ 2 bath includes all appliances with washer and dryer.  Manager on site.
Rent:  $825.00 with one month deposit.  No pets!!  Call:  Dennis at (419) 303-8869.
Realtor owned.

116 Franklin St., Ada — Spacious two bedroom, 1 bath upstairs apartment. Features stove, refrigerator, window ac unit, new carpet and fresh paint. $550 month plus $550 deposit. No pets, No smoking. Realtor Owned. Email [email protected] for an application. 419-230-7158
 

Contractor's Dream: Storefront with front display area; office area and workshop located in Pandora. $400.00 a month rent plus deposit. Call (419) 303-8869. Realtor owned.

For Rent: Commercial office space available; 936 sq ft includes (4) 8 x 10 offices, lobby, reception area, bathroom, and kitchenette. Nice downtown location at 324 N Main, Bluffton. Inquire at (419) 235-3368.
 

We have student rentals  
Contact Brown Rentals 
410 S. Main St., Ada 
Sandy Turner, property manager 
419-204-8514
www.brownrentalsada.com

VANCE STREET APTS
Independent Sr. Living
137 Vance St. Bluffton, OH 45817
Accepting applications for Efficiency and 1-bedroom apartments 
24-hour Emergency Maintenance
On-Site Managers
On-site Laundry 
Community rooms on every floor
Sunroom and more
Income Guidelines Apply
Call 419-358-7795 10-4, Monday through Friday
EHO

Wanted - old bicycles. The Wheelhouse in Lima is a non-profit organization that fixes up old bicycles to provide transportation to those in need. The Wheelhouse is low on bicycles and are looking for donations. All donations are tax deductible. Any bicycle can be useful as the volunteers take them apart and use the parts. If you want to clean out your garage call Roger Edwards at 419-233-8678 or the Wheelhouse directly at 419-909-0919.

For sale: 2001 Honda Civic

Car runs but needs work. 174,000 miles. Rebuilt transmission and other engine elements installed at 149,000 miles. $600. Call 419-358-2628.

For Sale: 2007 Chevy Avalanche with 178,000 body miles, but brand new professionally installed motor. It has been well maintained, but body does have some rust. We are asking $12,500 or best offer. Please contact Brittany at 419-953-1909 or Cory at 419-953-2042.

Used couch and/or recliner available for free. New owner needs to transport them. Call 740-707-1368.

The Bluffton Senior Center is having a Craft Supply Sale Friday, July 23 from 9 to 4 and Saturday, July 24 from 10 to 1. Craft kits, sewing notions, buttons, ribbon, lace, yarn, children’s crafts, craft books and much more.

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Welcome to The Ada Icon FREE* classifieds. Viewers may post ads at NO COST including garage sales, card of thanks, lost and found, free kittens, bake sales, and so forth. For cars, trucks, real estate or business services viewers may provide up to 50 words for $10 per ad. E-mail ads to: [email protected]. We'll run your ad for 10 days. (No phone calls.) Payment must be received before running paid ads. Send payments to: The Ada Icon, 226 Grove St., Bluffton, OH 45817.

Kenton Hardin Health Department is seeking a temporary part time RN.

Experience:  Experience in Community Health or Public Health or a minimum of 2 years nursing experience is preferred. Pediatric experience a plus.  Must have a desire to address population health.  Strong clinical skills are desired.  Must be familiar with computer programs including Electronic Health Records, Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.  Must be able to work with all age groups, from newborn to senior population.

Other Requirements: Must have excellent organizational skills, strong interpersonal skills, and ability to multitask.   Possession of a current, unencumbered license to practice nursing in the State of Ohio.  CPR Certification.   Driver’s License and personal vehicle is required.  Resume with Cover Letter and application are required.  Application can be accessed from the Kenton Hardin Health Department web page under forms.   Please send resume to Kenton Hardin Health Department to the attention of Melissa Humble RN, BSN, Director of Nursing, 175 W. Franklin St. Suite 120, Kenton, Oh  43326.   Resume and application can be sent to via email to [email protected] health.org or can be brought to office between the hours of 8:30 to 4:30 Monday thru Thursday.  Resume and application must be received no later than August 23rd  to be considered.   Facebook application will NOT be accepted.

Fiscal Officer - Village of Beaverdam

Summary of Duties:

The Village Fiscal Officer/Officer Manager shall attend all meetings of the legislative author of the Village, and keep a record of its proceedings and of all rules, bylaws, resolutions and ordinance passed or adopted, which shall be subject to the inspection of all persons interested.  In case of absence of the Fiscal Officer such legislative authority shall appoint one of its members to perform the Fiscal Officer’s duties.

The Fiscal Officer shall attend training programs for new Village Fiscal Officers and annual programs of continuing education for Village Fiscal Officers that are provided by the Auditor of State pursuant to section 117.44 of the Ohio Revised Code.

The Fiscal Officer must keep accurate accounts or all monies received and disbursed identifying the amount, date, payer and payee, and account.  The books must provide separate accounts for each fund and appropriation.  The Fiscal Officer shall also keep a treasury investment account documenting the investment of treasury funds.  (Ohio Revised Code Sections 733.43, 733.45, 733.47 and 733.14)   The Fiscal Officer must keep records of all property owned by the Village and must keep records of all taxes and assessments. (Ohio Revised Code Section 733.28)

The Fiscal Officer shall acquire from the county treasurer those Village taxes and assessments place on the County Auditor’s tax list for collection and amounts due to the Village to be disbursed upon proper authorization. (Ohio Revised Code Sections 733.44 and 733.46)

Additional duties may be assigned as needed.

A full list of Job Duties, Requirements, and Qualifications can be found at www.beaverdamoh.com.  A completed application should be included with a resume.

The base wage will be $19.00/hour and will be based off candidate’s experience and education level.  This is a 32 hour per week position, with benefits.

Resumes and completed applications can be sent to 101 West Main Street, Beaverdam OH 45808, or [email protected].

Bluffton Child Development Center is looking for dependable full and part time staff.  Must be caring, energetic and reliable.  Please stop by 325 County Line Road, Bluffton, Ohio, or email [email protected].

Food service working at ONU dining services - Join a team who looks forward to student engagement and pride themselves on great customer service in an entertaining atmosphere! This satisfying, fast-flying work is best for someone who has an excellent work ethic with qualities including good communication skills, is organized, and manages time well. A love for food is a plus! Apply: Full-Time; Part-Time (Student Work)

Hilty Home, 304 Hilty Dr., Pandora, OH

  • STNA (Full & Part-time, All shifts)
  • Medication Aide (10pm - 6am)
  • RN/LPN (Full-time, 10pm-6:30am, 6pm-6:30am, 6am – 6:30pm, Part-time 10pm-6:30am, & 2p-10:30pm)
  • Laundry/Housekeeping (Full & Part-time)
  • Dietary Cook/Aide (Part-time)
  • Dietary Aide (Part-time)
  • Child Care (Part-time, infant room)

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

MHCO, 410 W. Elm St., Bluffton, OH

  • Assisted Living Coordinator (RN preferred)
  • Director of Home Health and Senior Services

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

Home Health and Senior Services, 410 W. Elm St., Bluffton, OH

  • STNA (Part-time, primarily dayshift hours)
  • RN (Part-time)

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

Willow Ridge, 410 W. Elm St., Bluffton, OH

  • PRN Nurse
  • RN/LPN (Part-time, 2p-10pm)
  • STNA/Shahbaz (Full-time, 6am-2pm, 2pm-10pm)

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

Mennonite Memorial Home, 410 W. Elm St., Bluffton, OH

  • Director of Nursing
  • STNA (Full and Part-time, All shifts)
  • LPN- Assisted Living (Part-time 6pm-9pm)
  • RN/LPN (Full-time 6am-6:30pm & 6pm-6:30am)
  • Elder Assistant-Assisted Living (Full-time 2pm-10pm and 10p-6am, Part-time, 10p-6a)
  • Cook (Part-time days and evenings)
  • Dietary Aide (Part-time day shift)
  • Director of Food Service

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

Maple Crest, 700 Maple Crest Ct., Bluffton, OH

  • Elder Assistant (Part-time 3pm-11pm & 11pm-7am)
  • Dietary Assistant (Part-time, days and evenings)
  • Dietary Cook (Full time- rotating shifts, Part-time, 2nd shift)
  • Life Enrichment Coordinator (Full-time, primarily dayshift)

If interested please apply in person or online at https://mhcoliving.org/careers/.

The Village of Beaverdam has an immediate opening for a part-time Village Administrator.
Summary of Duties: The Village Administrator’s principal function is to conduct the affairs of Municipal Government; to recommend administrative changes to the Mayor and Council for their approval; and apply policies established by the Mayor and Council; to develop and implement administrative policies for Municipal Government; to monitor the operations and the activities of the department; to work with all components of Municipal Government in the development of an operational budget; and to represent, as directed, the Mayor, Council and the Municipality in public relations endeavors.  A full list of Job Duties, Requirements, Qualifications, and an Application can be found at www.beaverdamoh.com.  
The base wage will be $20.00/hour and will be based on the candidate’s experience and education level.  
Resumes and completed applications can be sent to 101 West Main Street, Beaverdam OH 45808, or [email protected].

Family Hardware - A great family-owned business in the heart of Bluffton, Family Hardware is looking for Sales Associates! We are currently seeking either two part-time associates or one full-time. Starting pay would be negotiable, depending upon availability and experience. Some duties would include running cash register, stocking shelves, assisting customers. If you are interested please stop in and fill out an application at 109 North Main Street, Bluffton, OH 45817.

GROB SYSTEMS, INC., is a world-class European manufacturer of high quality production systems and universal machining centers. Looking for a career change with a local company? Grob is hiring.
Learn morning about GROB systems and our open positions
at www.grobgroup.com/en and submit a resume to:
[email protected]

Wendy's
has openings!

Weekly pay,
advancement opportunities,
employee meal discounts.

Apply now!

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Blanchard Valley Health System - To view career openings in the Blanchard Valley Health System please click here.

OHIO MEANS JOBS is an agency of the State of Ohio.
• CLICK HERE to view jobs listed within 10 miles of BLUFFTON.
• CLICK HERE to view jobs listed within 10 miles of ADA.

Ohio Northern University -  Office of Human Resources, 525 S.. Main St., Ada, Ohio 45810, employment opportunities. Click here for current job postings.