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Continue our community’s excellence - support the November school levy

Dear Ada School District community:

I am consistently impressed with the high level of commitment that Ada Schools faculty and staff have for their students and the community.  It is refreshing to live in a community that takes great pride in their school.  I am amazed at the community’s spirit in supporting the school, the students and the teachers,

This November 7th, our community will be asked to approve a RENEWAL income tax levy to support the operating expenses of our district.  

Hardin United Way helps us all

Dear Editor:

We are honored to serve our community through the United Way of Hardin County.  This year we get the privilege to serve as the 2018 Campaign Co-Chairs.  We are serving in this capacity because we sincerely believe in the United Way of Hardin County and the assistance they provide to the many families and individuals in need.  This year our theme is “Red, White & U…United We Can!”  

Your support is needed on Nov. 7

Icon viewers:

I have had the privilege of serving as chair of the Ada School Levy
Committee, working with dedicated volunteers who are passionate about
Continuing the Excellence of Ada Schools.  The committee wishes to thank the
residents of the community for your encouragement and support. The RENEWAL of the 3/4 percent income tax levy is important.  NO TAX INCREASE! NO NEW TAXES!

Letter to the Editor

Thank you for all you do to promote the Hardin County Red Cross Learn To Swim program.

Our classes were full this year.  We even had 2 Level 1 (Beginner) Classes because of the requests/registrations and for the first time in quite a while we had a very advanced class of Level 5.

Without your help to get the word out to the public each year this program would not reach so many students.

My sincere appreciation and thanks!!!

Saundra Neely

Red Cross Volunteer

Red Cross Water Safety instructor

It takes a village!

The Ada Public Library Summer Reading Programs is only as successful as the efforts of all involved; we recognize and appreciate the Ada Schools and Chanda Smith, School Librarian in their willingness to let us come in and talk about Summer Reading with the kids, and the office staff and teachers for sending our materials home. We are truly grateful for the dedication of the individuals and families who signed-up for and participated in Summer Reading, their commitment to reading and infectious excitement for the programs AND the prizes. And I personally appreciate and recognize all the efforts of the library VOLUNTEENS and staff, Darlene, Debbi, Karen, Karin, Preema, and Rhett.

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor,

ONU's chapter of the Student Society of Health System Pharmacists is participating in National Poison Prevention Week, March 19-25. The week nationally highlights the dangers of poisonings and how to prevent them. 

We invite others to join the movement by participating and advocating for the importance of poison prevention. 

 According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), poisoning is the leading cause of injury death in the United States. In 2014, poison centers managed 2.9 million cases, about 2.2 million of which were about people coming into contact with dangerous or potentially dangerous substances.