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Ladies Night Out Nov. 29

At Riley Creek Pharmacy, Pandora

Riley Creek Pharmacy, 112 E. Main St., Pandora, invites its customers to a Ladies Night Out.

The event is from 4 to 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29. Features of the evening include:
• 25% off all gifts
• Refreshments and prizes
• A gift for every lady
• Sign up to win a $50 gift card
• Make a Christmas wish list


No surprise here - GOP candidates win in Bluffton and Richland

However, Democrat Senator Brown's totals indicate his popularity

It was no surprise that Republican candidates for state office swept Bluffton, Richland Township and Beaverdam voters on Nov. 6.

Bluffton voters supported Mike DeWine, Republican, over Richard Cordray, Democrat, in the governor’s race. Only once since 1936 have Bluffton voters supported a Democrat governor candidate. Watch the Icon for details on this historic trend.

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


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.