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Friday Harvest Dinner benefits food pantries

Many ingredients from local farms and businesses

What started out as a spaghetti dinner fundraiser organized by Bluffton University nutrition and dietetics students 16 years ago has this year evolved into a farm-to-table feast featuring local produce and homemade fare. The  Friday, Nov. 16, Harvest Dinner includes menu items such as tomato sauce and watermelon jelly featuring garden-fresh ingredients.

Two aesthetic procedures now offered in Bluffton

NW OH OBGYN now offers truSculpt 3D and Juliet

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Northwest Ohio Obstetrics and Gynecology’s newly enhanced website

Northwest Ohio Obstetrics and Gynecology now offers two aesthetic procedures not previously available in Bluffton, according to Dr. Desrene K.Brown, M.D.

NW OH OBGYN now offers:
• truSculpt 3D, a body sculpting procedure, and
• Juliet, a laser treatment to combat vaginal issues

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Here's Bluffton council's committee schedule

Here is the schedule for future Bluffton council committee meetings:

• Tuesday, Nov. 13 - Tree Commission, 7 p.m.
• Thursday, Nov. 15 - Utilities, 1 p.m.
• Tuesday, Nov. 20 - Street and alley budget meeting, 5:30 p.m.
• Monday, Nov. 22 - next council meeting, 7 p.m.

Bluffton math major explore Mayan numerical concepts

Interest developed after studying in Guatemala for a semester

After studying abroad in Guatemala for a semester, Jarod Siekman returned to Bluffton University with a new understanding of numbers that crossed cultures and opened up ideas about mathematical concepts.

A math education major, Siekman completed an extensive research project on Mayan mathematics and, at the urging of Dr. Steve Harnish, professor of mathematics, recently presented his research at the 46th Annual Mathematics Conference at Miami University.

Women's basketball: Alma stops Beavers

The Bluffton University women's basketball team dropped a 67-61 decision at Alma College on Monday, Nov. 12, in the 2018-19 season opener. Alma evened its season mark at 1-1 following a 59-45 loss at Oberlin on Saturday.

A fourth-quarter flurry by freshman Brianna Gillig (New Riegel) pulled the Beavers within a point at 60-59 with three minutes to play but Alma outscored the Beavers 7-2 down the stretch to cap off its 67-61 victory. Gillig converted four deuces in just over two minutes, however, an eight-point third quarter proved too much to overcome.

Dec. 8 auction for Dr. Howard Shelly real estate and personal property

Open house on Nov. 18 and Nov. 25

Siefker Real Estate and Auction Co., Ottawa, announces a public auction Saturday, Dec. 8, of Dr. Howard Shelly, M.D., property and real estate.

The auction is on site at 7900 Tom Fett Road, Bluffton, with a 10 a.m. start for four parcels of real estate and an 11 a.m. start for personal property items.

Two open houses are planned. One is from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 18, and a second is from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 25.

The specific auction list is attached.

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