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This levy provides for day-to-day function of the school and is very much needed.

October 30, 2017

 

To: Ada Residents

Re: Ada Schools Renewal Levy

 

I am writing in regards to the upcoming Renewal Levy for Ada Schools. It is a renewal, not a new tax and it only pertains to your income, not your property tax. It also is not based on your place of employment. This levy provides for day-to-day function of the school and is very much needed.

 

United Way Letter to the Editor

October 18, 2017

Dear Editor:

The 2018 United Way of Hardin County 2018 Campaign is now underway, and we are working hard to reach our goal of $220,000.   
 
Chris and I are honored to serve as Honorary Co-Chairs of the Campaign this year because we believe in the 20 nonprofit, results-oriented programs that United Way supports, programs that are vital to serving individual and family needs in a variety of areas, including health care, children, youth, seniors, and people in crisis.  Like many in our community, we want to insure that those who benefit from these essential programs can continue to do so. 
 

United Way can make a difference in Hardin County

Dear Editor,

   "It is in your hands to create a better world for all who live in it". These words by Nelson Mandela, have inspired United Way to fulfill it's mission, mobilizing the caring power of our community. Through the communities support, our non profit agencies are able to continue the many services provided to our residents, in the areas of health, education and welfare.

   When you support United Way, you are also investing in the strength and future of our communities. Any donation or pledge, small or large is greatly appreciate and will fulfill our investment! 

Letter: School levy is a renewal - not a new tax

Icon viewers:

 We are asking that you support the upcoming school income tax levy renewal for the Ada Schools. 

The tax rate would remain the same as it has since 1992.  This is only a renewal and not a new tax.  The current revenue from these funds compose nearly 10 percent of the school’s general revenue budget.  This is a significant amount and is necessary to maintain the quality education our students receive. 

Many thanks to many who have Harvest and Herb Fest’ successful

The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce Harvest and Herb Festival Queen Committee would like to give a huge thank you to Mike and Marie Gossman for helping to decorate the float again this year and for escorting our 2017 Harvest and Herb Queen and her court in the 32nd Annual Ada Area Chamber of Commerce Harvest and Herb Festival parade.

Continue the Excellence

Continue the Excellence

Dear Ada Community,

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