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Free cookout Aug. 22 at Verizon store

Icon viewers are invited to a cookout at Cellular Central (Verizon), 142 W. Jefferson St., Bluffton. According to Maegan Roof, store manager, the cookout is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 22, at the store.

"We will have exclusive discounts and free food for everyone who attends," she said.  

 

 

 

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Gem of a sale continues at Ten Thousand Villages

Now 60 percent off!

Ten Thousand Villages, S. Main St., Bluffton, is offering customers a "gem of a jewelry sale," according to Aphaphanh Nussbaum, store manager.

She says that the shop now offers up to 60 percent off selected jewelry and accessories in this sale. Previously selected items were up to 40 percent off.
 

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Smith's Realty Professionals new listing on Crystal Place

Smith's Realty Professionals announce a new listing, according to Larry Smith. The listing is a residence at 45 Crystal Place, Bluffton. The residence has a listing price of $159,000. For complete details open the attachment at the bottom of this story.

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First National Bank offering special 32-month CD

First National Bank is offering a 32-month CD special now through Aug. 31.The limited-time offer includes  an annual percentage yield (APY) of 1.25 percent.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS. 

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Shirley's will soon be selling popcorn in Maumee's The Shops at Fallen Timbers

Bluffton's Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn Co., is completing construction on a new store in Maumee’s The Shops at Fallen Timbers, and plans to begin serving its popcorn snacks and gift tins in September.

“Our business was born in northwest Ohio, and The Shops at Fallen Timbers are the perfect family environment for our next step,” said Pete Suter, co-founder and CEO of Shirley’s. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with folks in the Toledo area to create happiness through fundraisers, gifts and anytime snacks.”

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Bluffton photographer, Nicole Quick, has an artistic touch

Nicole Quick of Quick Photography, Bluffton, a new Icon advertiser, provided a selection of her photographs to share with Icon viewers.

Here's what she says about her work: "I feel that I give my all at every one of my photography sessions and I am very hard on myself when it comes to the end results of your portraits." 

MORE PHOTOS AT BOTTOM OF STORY.

Here focus includes senior high school portraits, families, children, newborn, maternity, couples, engagements and weddings.

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Lima Rotary Club scholarships surpass $500,000

The Lima Rotary Club will announce that at its meeting on Monday, Aug. 18, its scholarship awards will surpass the $500,000 mark. 

The Lima Rotary Club began its scholarship program in 2001 as an economic development opportunity.  Applicants must live or work in Allen County and be attending an accredited institution within Allen County to be eligible for a scholarship. They are generally non-traditional and qualify by need. The goal of the program is to help the students achieve their educational goals, and for them to remain and work in Allen County. 

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2011 Ford Fusion SE manager's special at Kirtland's Auto Sales

Kirtland's Auto Sales, 302 N. Main St., Bluffton, announces a new manager's special.

The vehicle is a 2011 Ford Fusion SE listed at $13,995. For a complete list of options open the printer-friendly attachment at the bottom of this story.

 

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Ten Thousand Villages "gem of a jewelry sale"

Ten Thousand Villages, S. Main St., Bluffton, is offering customers a "gem of a jewelry sale," now through Monday, Aug. 18, according to Aphaphanh Nussbaum, store manager.

She says that the shop offers up to 40 percent off selected jewelry and accessories in this sale.

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Krysti's Music Studio's fall lessons begin soon; performation raises $3,157

Krysti's Music Studio, Bluffton, has its fall lessons beginning Monday, Aug. 25, according to Krysti Groman.

For complete details on scheduling call Groman at 419-233-5255.

During Krysti's performation on Aug. 2 the music students helped raise $3,156.50 for Youth for Christ.

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