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Look who's on the Ada Schools honor roll

Ada Schools 4th quarter Honor Roll for 2012-2013 school year is as follows:
All 'A'
11th grade:
Joshua Lehsten, Annabel Pinkney, Matthew Wilcox.
10th grade:
Alexis Amburgey, Noah Beach, Gabriella Linnon, Caralee Stover, Victoria Wyss.
9th grade:
Benjamin Bowers, Alexandra Boyadzhiev, Sidney Faine, Rylan Hissong, Akua Peprah, Megan Simon, Katelyn Stuart, Ashley Sumner, Casey Swick, Blake Willeke.
8th grade:
Ashley Breidenbach, Rielyn Castle, Meredith Marshall, Elizabeth Milks, Grace Nelson, Haley Wyss.
7th grade:

Here's the latest from Ada Kiwanis Club

President Myrna McCurdy called the weekly meeting of the Ada Kiwanis Club to order on Tuesday May 28, at McIntosh Center, ONU.

The invocation was offered by Jon Umphress.

The birthday of President McCurdy (May 28th) was noted in song.

The birthday of Scott Allison (May 29th) was also noted.

The membership anniversary of Mike Hood (June1, 1981) was also noted.

Member John and Joanne Berg were congratulated on their wedding anniversary. They were wed May 29, 1955.

Ada native Joshua Rouch receives Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship

Ohio Northern University student Joshua Rouch, a fifth-year pharmacy major from Ada,  is ONU’s 2013 recipient of the Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship Award.

The Ohio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy was one of more than a dozen pharmacy schools from across the nation selected in 2013 to receive funding to establish endowed scholarships from the multimillion-dollar Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship Program, now in its third year.

In addition to receiving the scholarship, Rouch has been invited by Cardinal Health to attend and be honored at its annual Retail Business Conference in Seattle in August.

Nine valedictorians, two salutatorians in the Ada HS class of 2013


The Ada High School class of 2013 graduated with nine valedictorians and two salutatorians.

Richland Manor celebrates the 1940s

In honor of the Memorial Day holiday, the residents of Richland Manor enjoyed a week’s worth of festivities and an evening full patriotism in late May. This “USO Dinner” was planned specially for the campus residents and featured a menu that contained buffet cuisine similar to what one could find in an Army canteen.

The chef-prepared menu included appetizers and assorted entrées served buffet-style.

The week leading up to the dinner featured special programming, activities and trivia that tied in to the USO theme, including: united we stand bingo, heroes trivia, and a patriotic baking class.

The drum roll please...the answer to "Who Am I"?

By Alisa Armbrecht

Last week  The Ada Icon asked: “Who Am I?” Here's your final chance for a guess. The answer is at the bottom of this story.