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Here's what the Bluffton Lions are doing in February and March

The February newsletter of the Bluffton Lions Club is now available to download on The Icon. Among events planned in the next few weeks by the club is the launching of this year's Corvette raffle.

To view the newsletter open the attachment at the bottom of this file.


From Putnam County

JD 208 is a Putnam County plate that The Icon spotted recently on Main Street. Who is JD?


Friends of the Library invite you to become a member

Looking to make new Friends and urge others to renew their pledge, the Friends of the Bluffton Public Library are pounding the pavement during their annual membership drive.

To get the word out, the Friends will be posting flyers throughout the village and have stocked the library with brochures showing how they have helped the library in 2010.

Highlights of the year include raising $2,800 in fundraisers and donations, and pledging $1,350 to support young adult and children's services in 2011.


RSVP by Monday if you plan to attend Rotary breakfast with Congressman Jim Jordan

Monday, Feb. 21, is the deadline to make a reservation to hear Congressman Jim Jordan of the 4th district speak in Bluffton.

Jordan will address the Bluffton/Pandora Rotary Club on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 a.m. at Bluffton's town hall (3rd floor).

The public is invited to attend and breakfast will be provided without charge. Reservations are required.

To RSVP, e-mail Eric Fulcomer at [email protected] or call 419-358-3248 by Monday, Feb. 21.


Basinger Plumbing and Heating offers heating and cooling special offer

Basinger Plumbing and Heating is offering a heating and cooling offer this winter that is very affordable to Icon viewers.

For one one-time price of $99 viewers will obtain the following:


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