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September 19, 2018

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Petunia hunt could earn you 2 Shannon Theatre tickets

So, you think you know Bluffton? Name the location of this photograph. It's somewhere within the village limits.

All correct entries go into a drawing for two passes to the Shannon Theatre. Deadline for entering is 5 p.m. Friday.

Send entries to: info@blufftonicon.com.

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Chamber business showcase Sept. 20 at Marbeck

The 2018 business showcase coordinated by the Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Bluffton University will take place from 11 a.m. to 2  p.m., Thursday, Sept. 20, according to Paula Scott, chamber CEO.

The event is held in the Marbeck Center dining area.

Area businesses interested in a table may contact the chamber at blufftonchamber@gmail.com or call Scott at 419-369-2985.

 

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Twisted Whisk Cafe adds to its menu

Twisted Whisk Cafe, 101 S. Main St., Bluffton, recently added items to its menu.

The new menu is attached in a printer-friendly form at the bottom of this story. It is also available on the Icon's Menu Page by clicking here.

Twisted Whisk Cafe
101 S. Main St., Bluffton
419-358-9622
Monday to Saturday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

 

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Wonderfully Made Boutique opens on Main Street

In former Bluffton News storefront

As a young girl, Meg Opperman came to Bluffton with her parents to attend movies at the Shannon Theatre, in the winter to view the Blaze of Lights and throughout the year for shopping.

On Saturday, the Lima resident became a Main Street business owner. She opened Wonderfully Made Boutique, housed in the front of the former Bluffton News storefront at 101 N. Main St.

The business offers women’s clothing, foot ware and accessories. And, with its soft opening on Saturday, the shop has had a steady stream of customers.

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Lisa Rettig named senior vice president at Citizens National Bank

Lisa Rettig has been promoted to senior vice president and director of human Resources at Citizens National Bank, announced  J. Michael Romey, president and CEO.

In her HR role, Rettig is responsible for directing human resource activities related to talent acquisition, succession planning, employee relations, performance management, benefits administration, and training and development of the bank’s staff members.

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Limited supply of "The Bluffton We Never Knew" still available

A limited number of copies of the Bluffton history book “The Bluffton We Never Knew,” remain on sale, according to Fred Steiner of the Icon.

There are 15 books remaining to be sold and a reprint is not planned, according to Steiner.

“If you want a copy, you should buy it soon,” he said.

Books are available at:
Bluffton Senior Citizens Center
The Food Store
The Black Lab
Book Review
and from the author at info@blufftonicon.com

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