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September 28, 2021
 

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Richland Manor pie baking contest "as easy as pie"

It’s difficult to know which the residents and contestants at Richland Manor’s pie baking contest enjoyed more – making their pies, or tasting them, as bakers and tasters alike lined up to sample the entries at the campus’ Pie Baking Contest recently.

Prior to the contest, Richland Manor residents Ruth Wildermuth and Michele Cardone made a homemade crust for the Caramel Chocolate Apple Crunch Pie they were entering in the contest on behalf of the residents Cooking Club.

“I’m so excited to enter our pie in the contest,” Ruth said. “I’m especially looking forward to tasting the other entries.”

Two Ada HS students attend Kiwanis Key Leadership program

The Ada Kiwanis Club sponsored two Ada students, Shelby Hazelton and Mackenzie Wills, to the Ohio Kiwanis Key Leader program recently. The event was held at Recreations Unlimited in Ashley, Ohio.

Key Leader is a weekend experiential leadership program for today's young leaders. This life-changing event focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful leadership-development experience.

A Key Leader will learn the most important lesson of leadership—it comes from helping others succeed.

Welcome to The Icon's "Who Am I?" - It could be you!

Welcome to The Ada Icon's newest feature: "“Who Am I?”

Alisa Armbrecht creates these Ada brain-teasers, and, no, we won't reveal the mystery person's identity (could be a man, could be a woman, could be a student) until you stew on it for a few days.

Here's your clues:

Ada celebrates with Zac at his April 27 "Draft Party"

MORE PHOTOS AT BOTTOM OF STORY.

By Don Traxler
An estimated 300 family and friends of Zac Dysert gathered at the ONU N-Men’s Alumni Association for his “Draft Party” Saturday night, April 27. The event was sponsored by his parents Greg and Carla Dysert and his sisters, Heather and Brooke, and their families.  Many local friends assisted in setting up for the event, serving food and beverages and then the cleanup.

33rd year for Ada Kiwanis Club to make Arbor Day donation

The Ada Kiwanis Club presented its annual $500 donation to the Village of Ada for its annual tree-planting efforts at the Arbor Day celebration held on April 26 at the Ada Schools.

In presenting the check, President Myrna McCurdy said, “It has been our privilege to make this annual presentation for the past 33 years. The motto of Kiwanis International is 'Serving the Children of the World.' The membership of the Ada Kiwanis Club works to serve the children and future adults of our community. 

Our annual donation of money for trees is our way of showing children how we also work to create a better, more green environment.”

Here's the Hootenannies 4-H Club report

By Reporter, Faith Holbrook

The Hootenannies 4-H Club meeting was opened at the Ag Credit meeting room by our new president, Laura Spradlin. Dylan Beiler led the American Flag Pledge and Faith Holbrook led the 4-H Pledge. Secretary Miranda Holbrook had roll call and found 13 members present.

Old business: We talked about doing Star Spangled Foods as a group project. Parents, April Holbrook and Amanda Cromer will help the members with this. The group felt this will be fun to learn about the customs and traditions that influence some of our American foods, while using what we fix as our refreshments at the meetings too.

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