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March 23, 2019

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Outlook 2019 fundamentals

Topic of seminar sponsored by Citizens National Bank

Citizens Wealth Management Group (CWMG) will host a series of free seminars titled “Outlook 2019 Fundamental: How to Focus on What Really Matters in the Markets.” 

Deborah Boisselle, VP Investments, will present the seminar. “After nearly 10 years of witnessing the U.S. economy and stock market recover – and thrive – investors are starting to wonder if we’ve seen all this expansion and bull market have to offer. At LPL Research, we believe there’s more room to run, and don’t expect an impending recession or bear market in 2019.”

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Studio Silhouette expanding

Main Street business moving its alteration and tux rentals into former Bluffton Barber space

Studio Silhouette, owned by Rachel Davis, is expanding its shop at 103 N. Main St. this month.

The expansion involves relocating the shop’s alteration and sewing area into the former space occupied by Bluffton Barbers in the front of the building. Bluffton Barbers closed in early November.

Studio Silhouette is a dress boutique, tux rental and sewing shop. The sewing-alteration portion of the business includes everything from zipper replacement to custom sewing of casual and formal alterations, (bridal wear), and home decor (including curtain hemming).

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The Inn at ONU introduces a new menu

16-page menu includes an assortment of options

Check out the new 16-page events planning  menu and and the new menu at The Inn at Ohio Northern University. The Inn is located at 401 W. College Ave., Ada.

BOTH DOCUMENTS ARE ATTACHED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY -

It includes menus for:
• Food and beverages
• Breakfast buffet
• Brunch
• Take a break (afternoon tea time and meeting breaks)
• Cold reception offerings
• Hot reception offerings
• Lunch buffets
• Plated luncheon entries
• Lunches
• Dinner buffets
• Plated dinner

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New year’s health goals: Staying on track

Stress, alcohol, screen time and more can wreck your new year health goals

Note: This health column provided by the Ohio Northern University Healthwise Pharmacy

(RxWiki News) Almost any goal can become a New Year's resolution, but these resolutions often revolve around health. Whether you're trying to lose weight or get fit, watch for these problems that can derail your plans.

Stress, depression, alcohol, smoking, screen time and many other issues can stand in the way of your health goals in 2019. The good news is you can take steps to address these problems as you try to make your New Year's resolution a reality.

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Creative crockpot cooking classes return

Three evenings in January at The Dough Hook

The Dough Hook, 117 N. Main St., starts the new year with three chances to enroll in the next Creative Crockpot Cooking class, according to Marlena Ballinger.

Each class is from 6 to 8 p.m. and class options are:
• Wednesday, Jan. 9
• Wednesday, Jan. 16
• Thursday, Jan. 31

“Participants will learn skills while creating some delicious meals,” she said. “Each participant will receive one meal in the crockpot and then take home three meals that will be ready for your freezer.”

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Bystillwaters Bistro closing

Final servings are today - Dec. 28

Heather Cox has announced the closing of Bystillwaters Bistro.

The final day of the restaurant at 112 Vine St., is today, Friday, Dec. 28.

Servings of fish and chips are at:
• 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• 5 to 6:30 p.m. (reservations suggested)
• 6:30 to closing (reservations suggested)

Reservations are encouraged by calling 567-242-2284.

Cox opened the restaurant in April. It was previously called Jeanne's Kitchen, owned by Jeanne and Peter Previte.

Cox provided the following announcement on the Bistro's Facebook:

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