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Ada Teacher Feature: Jonathan Lischak says, "Work hard at everything you do"

Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H Club first meeting March 15

Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H Club will hold additional sign-up times on Tuesday, March 15, at 6:30 p.m.  at Ada First Presbyterian Church. 

The club's first meeting of the year will follow at 7 p.m. 

4-H is open to youth 8 years of age and in the 3rd grade. Regular club meetings will be held the first, third and fifth Tuesdays of the month March 15 through July 19 at the church. 

To review 4-H project options ahead of time go to

If it's pizza for supper, consider Ada's newest pizza shop's options

Ada is well-known for great pizza shops.

Now there’s a new shop in town and the ingredient options are, well, out of this world.

Ada third graders, working in art class, developed a collage project that is one-of-a-kind.

According to Kristie Steiner, art teacher, students were asked to create their very own pizza, name it and name the toppings.

These aren’t plain-old cheese pizzas. Each was required to have five toppings and to show texture.


Steiner said that pizza project was a great success and it also carried over to computer class as well.

Searching for its owners

This pooch was found on March 6. If it belongs to you call the Hardin County dog shelter at 419-674-2209.

Hardin Dairy 4-H Club meetings underway

By Elaine Webster, Reporter

Today was our first 4-H Hardin county diary club meeting. We assigned President to Medow Cromer, Vice President to Preston Brien. Secretary to Laney Harpel, Treasurer to Landon West, Safety to Ali Harpel, Health to Carter Bay and finally News reporter to Elaine Webster!

This year the 4-H club has decided to have a booth at the fair. The  4-H Booth Committee has the responsibility to pick a theme and recreate it! That committee consists of, Mandy Dyer, Tia Reffner, Marlana Webster, and Anne Temple.

The Theme will be decided next meeting which is April 10, 2016.

Ada Teacher Feature: A chat with Kristie Steiner, art teacher

Compiled by Darlene Bowers

Welcome to the Ada Icon's "Ada Teacher Feature." Here we share thoughts and insights from local teachers who lift up and inspire our students.

Let us lift up and inspire these educators as well. Today we meet Kristie Steiner, art teacher. It was Georgia O'Keefe who said, "I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for."

Kristie is helping our students learn to express themselves and find what interests them, too.