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Ada library offers many services, vote “yes” on Nov. 5

Letter to the Editor:

I have always loved to read and am very grateful that we have such a fine library in Ada. I know that funding from the State of Ohio has decreased in recent years, so we who use the library need to support it.

The library offers many services, a place for community meetings, a fun place for children to go to enjoy age-related programs, and much more. The staff works hard to make the library a comfortable, safe, friendly place to be. So I hope the citizens of Ada will consider voting yes for the Library Levy on November 5. 

Thank you,
Linda Ferguson

Letter: Vote yes for our Library

Dear Icon Readers, 

Having lived in Ada for 20 years, I can say with certainty, I never fully appreciated or realized the value and excellence of the Ada Public Library until about 5 years ago when our son was 3 years old. 

We were taking a walk down Main Street and it was the annual ‘Kick Off to Summer Reading Program’ which included sponsoring groups who brought farm animals, the local police and fire departments, face painting, a book sale, a balloon artist and so much more.  On this serendipitous occasion, we signed up for Summer Reading and took our materials home to begin exploring what would be a central focus of our lives from that day, forward, literally.

Letter: Ada Public Library is the greatest!

Please support it on Nov. 5 by voting "yes"

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The Ada Public Library is the greatest! I stop by at least once a week to update my movie selection and reading material.

Through the library's website adalibrary.org, I can easily order movies and books from over 100 other libraries, allowing me to get items that the Ada library doesn't own. Along with popular titles, it's surprising how many old and obscure films are available!

The library's recent renovation is well done with bright colors, additional space for activities (check out the children's area), a nice meeting room and convenient parking.

Letter: Vote for Ada Library Levy on Nov. 5

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Ada's library serves the whole community. Walk in and you see happy kids running around, people getting books on every topic, and families participating in bingo, movie nights, and much more.

Circulation is increasing. Involvement is increasing. But funding from the state of Ohio is going down.

Letter: The library has helped my family learn, grow and explore

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The library is where my kids and I made our first friends. We moved to Ada when my oldest was 18 months old and baby #2 was due any day. The library had (and still does) story time during the day for my little ones to start meeting and interacting with new people. It gave them the opportunity to make crafts and have fun. It allowed me to enjoy their excitement without having to sweep glitter out of my carpet. A win win for all of us.

Letter: Ada Lions thank its Harvest and Herb booth sponsors

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The Ada Lions Club would like to thank our sponsors for helping with our booth at the H&H Festival.

Thank you to our Sponsors…
Kewpee
American Chevrolet, Buick, GMC – Wapakoneta
Four Seasons Drive Thru
Gibson Construction
Sheriff Keith A. Everhart

Norada Lanes
Hays Insurance Agencies, LLC.
Associated Plastics
Hempy Water
Tavern 101

Minich Trucking
Rohr’s Farm
Sharon and Jason Hawkins
Central Ohio Farmer’s Co-op. Inc.

Chad Hays for Ada Lions Club

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