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Twila Kilburn was Roundhead EMS Chief for 36 years

Twila L. Zapp Kilburn, age 65, of Roundhead, passed away on Monday, June 27, 2022, at her residence, surrounded by her family.

She was born on December 30, 1956, in Kenton, Ohio to Eugene and Venice (Combs) Shepherd, they preceded her in death.  On June 7, 1975, Twila married Ronald L. Zapp, Sr., he preceded her in death on April 14, 2007.   On September 3, 2010, Twila married Anthony “Tony” Kilburn, and he survives in Roundhead.

Soroptimist of Kenton/Hardin County holds girls night out

Soroptimist International of Kenton/Hardin County recently held a girls night out. The group attended The Ohio Presidents: Surprising Legacies at the Allen County Museum followed by dinner at Old Barn Out Back.

Attached photos show a few members from Soroptimist International of Hancock County.

Soroptimist was formed in 1921 in Oakland, California, at a time when women were not permitted to join service organizations. The name, loosely translated from the Latin, means best for women.

Public comment sought for Lima-Allen County transportation plan

Lima, OH--Lima Allen County Regional Planning (LACRPC) is a US EPA 1997 Ozone Standard “Orphan” Area. Therefore, LACRPC’s current 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan must have a new conformity determination.

Even though LACRPC’s current 2040 Plan is a conforming plan, with an update cycle every five years, a new conformity determination must occur every four years.

The 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan includes a list of 137 projects, resulting in over $238.5 million in infrastructure investment. Projects include roadway resurfacing, bridge replacement, intersection enhancements, technology upgrades, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements, and others.

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LSO brings Patriotic Pops to Ada on July 2

The Lima Symphony Orchestra will return with their popular annual
Patriotic Pops program on Saturday, July 2 at 7 p.m. on the campus of Ohio Northern University, 525 S Main St. The performance will take place on the lawn in front of the McIntosh Center.

Music Director Andrew Crust will lead a festive and patriotic program with
special tributes to our armed-forces. Bring the whole family to enjoy this engaging and celebratory performance.

Concert attendees are encouraged to arrive early and bring chairs, blankets, and snacks. These performances are free due to the generous support of Ohio Northern University.

June 28 APL hosts Mark Wood Fun Show

What are you doing at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28?

The Ada Public Library invites you to Mark Wood's interactive show for children of all ages at the bandshell in War Memorial Park.