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Free veggie offer from The Dough Hook

10 pounds of free veggies with every $100 spent on a meat package

Ask Marlena Ballinger at The Dough Hook, 117 N. Main St., Bluffton, about the deli’s current free veggies special.

“All customers receive 10 pounds of free vegetables with every $100 spent on a meat package,” she said. “You can order your meat package today.”

And customers may fill up their freezers with a $699 special which includes a quarter of beef, half of hog and 20 pounds of chicken. With this offer, customers receive 70 pounds of frozen veggies.

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Your invitation to audition for a Noteworthy choir

Vicki Mills accepting new singers for second season

Vicki Mills of Ada announced that the Noteworthy Community Choir begins its second season this year.

"Area singers are invited to audition throughout March for a spot in both its children’s choirs and inter-generational choir,” she said.

Four different choirs will form and meet from April 16 to July 6. Those groups are:
• Treble makers – non-auditioned choir, ages 6-10
• Noteworthy Voices – ages 8-18
• Noteworthy Sounds – ages 7-11+
• Expressions – ages 13 to 83+ begins March 25

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Bluffton has missed 6 school days; calamity limit is 5

First make-up day is Monday, Feb. 18

Here’s the Bluffton school’s calamity days update from Greg Denecker, superintendent:

Bluffton has missed 6 days and its limit is 5 calamity days.  So, the first make- up day is President's Day, on Monday, Feb. 18.

If Bluffton misses another day between now and spring break, which is Thursday to Monday, April 18 to 22, Bluffton will have its next make up day on Thursday, April 18.

If Bluffton has more than 7 calamity days, the school will add a day at the end of the year starting with Thursday, May 30, as a make-up day.

"Anima Mundi" documentary shown here Feb. 19

Hosted by Transition Bluffton and Bluffton University Sustainability Club

Transition Bluffton and the Bluffton University Sustainability Club will present a showing of the movie “Anima Mundi,” a 2011 documentary that looks at peak oil, climate change, permaculture, and Gaia theory.  

Some of the individuals heard on the movie include David Holmgren, Stephan Harding, Vandana Shiva, Michael C. Ruppert, and Noam Chomsky. There will be a discussion period following the movie.

The movie is at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 19, in the Stutzman Lecture Hall in Centennial Hall, Bluffton University. It is open to the public at no charge. Popcorn will be provided.

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Communication at work, home, church, forum topic Feb. 19

Lawrence Milan ’73, senior vice president and chief human resources officer at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center; Daniel Metzger ’05, lead pastor, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, Findlay; and Nicole Fairburn ’15, sexual assault survivor advocate, Crime Victim Services, Lima, will share “What to Say: How to Say It” during Bluffton University’s Forum on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 11 a.m. in Bluffton’s Yoder Recital Hall. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Walt Paquin, associate professor of social work.

2.1 inches of snow

48-degree temperature range

The area experienced a 48-degree temperature range in the past week. A high of 59 was recorded on Feb. 7 and a low of 11 two days later, according to Guy Verhoff, Pandora weather observer.

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