On Friday afternoon, June 13th 2014 the Bluffton Lions Club put on the 47th Festival of Wheels and Cruise-in. We strive to make it a better show each year. It takes a lot of volunteers to make it a success.
I want to thank all the persons who entertained us at the 2014 Relay for Life. The persons who met teach month through out the year deserve a huge praise. Linda Best, Jerry, John,Kathy and Don, Diiane, Nick, Sherry, Sheree Joan Chase Bank, and Carol. Thank you seems so small but you are angels on earth!
The Bluffton Police Department, in conjunction with the Pandora Police Department, is planning on holding their 1st annual National Night Out celebration on Tuesday August 5, 2014. The Bluffton, Beaverdam, and Pandora Fire and EMS Departments have also been invited to participate in this event. The Bluffton, Pandora, and Beaverdam communities are all invited to attend.
The Friends of the Library would like to thank the Bluffton community for making our recent book sale a success.
Thanks to those who purchased books and those who donated books. All money earned goes to support library programs and needs. We are always glad to receive current books (published in 2000 or later). Thanks again, Bluffton.
On behalf of the Bluffton Schools Board of Education and the levy committee, I would like to thank you for your support of our levy on Tuesday, May 6. As always, we at Bluffton Schools will continue to work hard to give our students an excellent education while remaining conscientious of the finances of the district. We are very proud of our school and the community that supports it. Thank you, again, for all you do for our district!
For millions of people, the service of occupational therapy is a lifeline. People of all ages receive it to help them participate in the activities of their daily life. Sometimes people need occupational therapy to do things we take for granted, like getting dressed, being productive at school or work, eating unassisted, even socializing.
Occupational therapy doesn't just treat medical conditions, it helps people stay engaged in the activities that give them pleasure or a sense of purpose, despite challenges.
My influence in selecting Bluffton area/Little Riley headwaters as grounds for re-introduction of beavers having now been exposed, I feel comfortable in letting The Icon announce the choice for a northeastern Ohio location, the one quadrant of the state for which a site had not been announced.
On behalf of Troop 256, I would like to thank all the people who donated to the Bluffton Food Pantry during our Scouting for Food event. On March 23rd, scouts put out bags on people’s doors around Bluffton. On March 30th, Scouts collected the bags filled with food. We collected around 120 bags that contained 850 items. If your bag was missed or you did not get a bag, you can call Mike Metzger at 419-235-5654 to still donate. Again, thank you for all the support in this year’s food drive.