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Let the artistry begin: Check out these nails!

By Darlene Bowers

A little girl growing up in Bowling Green, Ohio, loved to go to Woolworth’s with her mother. Even more she loved to save her coins to purchase with great delight a little package of glue-on fingernails that could be painted in an array of colors. “I’ve always had a fetish for pretty fingernails. I don’t know why,” recalls Jane Lee, a resident of Ada for 44 years.

Jane’s fingernail obsession continued as she grew up, married Ted Lee and together raised two sons. Jane and Ted also now have four grandchildren ranging from 5th grade through 10th grade and a 7-year-old yellow tiger cat named Chub.

Winter Guard teams: Fifth consecutive high school state title; second consecutive junior high state title

Under the direction of Amy Webb and Jonathan Lischak, Ada's Junior High Winter Guard, High School Rifle Line and High School Winter Guard teams all had great performances  March 29 at the Ohio Indoor Performance Association (OIPA)'s State Color Guard and Percussion Championships in Wapakoneta.

JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL TEAM PHOTOS BELOW.

Approximately 70 winter guard and percussion groups from around Ohio competed in the event. The Junior High and High School Winter Guard teams won top honors as state champions in their respective classes.

Look who is on the Ada school honor roll

The third quarter Ada honor roll of the 2013-14 school year was released this week.

Here is the list of students on the honor roll:

ALL "A" HONOR ROLL

12TH GRADE: Sa'ed Al-Olimat, Jessica Hill, Cory Kellum, Annabel Pinkney.

11TH GRADE:  Alexis Amburgey, Allison Howard, Caralee Stover, Victoria Wyss.

10TH GRADE: Benjamin Bowers, Alexandra Boyadzhiev, Rylan Hissong, Megan Simon, Katelyn Stuart, Kylelyn Stuart, Casey Swick, Blake Willeke.

Lynne Scott: “All of my stories are one long conversation about freedom"

“Chronia Polla” and Lynne E. Scott’s other books are all available on amazon.com and at the Artists Boutique on Main in Ada. A book signing event will be held on Friday, March 28, from 6-7:30 p.m.

By Darlene Bowers

On any given day Lynne Scott is probably tugging her mud boots on and heading for her Good Shepherd Boarding Kennel or donning her galaxy skull leggings to lead a Zumba class as a licensed instructor.

Lynne’s days are filled with Zumba and Zumba Gold classes, meeting clients, scheduling kennel appointments and, oh, Lynne Scott is also an author.

Ada HS seniors win the 2014 Interclass Contest trophy

Ada’s oldest competitive event is not played on the athletic field. Rather, in the auditorium.

On March 21, the 108th annual Interclass Contest, founded in 1907, played itself out as it had 107 times prior. Seniors, juniors and sophomore competed in four categories: Essay, Poetry, Short Stories, and Dramatic Readings.

PHOTOS OF ALL CONTESTANTS ARE IN AN
ATTACHMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY.

Sending cancer on a run, part 2

What can you buy with a quarter?  A gumball or a handful of M&Ms from a candy machine, air for your bike tires, six minutes of drying time at the local Laundromat, one hour of parking on (some) city streets, or a secondhand mug at a thrift shop.

Or you can do some good with that quarter by donating it to help David Dellifield reach his goal of collecting 50,266 quarters for Send Cancer on the Run 2: All the Way to the Big Apple. Dellifield, an Ada resident, is a stage 4 cancer survivor who has had a longtime goal of running the New York Marathon. Five years after running his first marathon, he is registered to run the TCS New York Marathon on Nov. 2, 2014.

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