Adrian Chamber of Commerce holds 14th Annual Banquet

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On Saturday, January 10, the Adrian Chamber of Commerce hosted the 14th Annual Banquet at the Adrian Optimist Club. Jerry Ferguson was honored for his hard work and dedication to the Adrian community. He was presented with a plaque by President Nieder (pictured below).

John Nagle, owner of Adrian Computer Services, will be at the helm of the Chamber in the coming year.

Jim Sterns holds longtime school record, honored during Blackhawks basketball game

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By MIKE BURRIS

2015 Adrian Chamber of Commerce Officers

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The 2015 Adrian Chamber of Commerce Officers were introduced at the 14th Annual Chamber Banquet last Saturday night. Left to right: Linda Oldfield, Board Member (1 year); Jovanna Longo, Board Member (2 years); John Nagle, President; Karen Nagle, Board Member (2 years); Linda Dudley, Treasurer; Kip Yoss, Board Member (1 year).

Floyd Buhr Memorial scholarships awarded for AHS dual credit classes

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With funds from the Floyd Buhr Memorial, the Adrian Optimist Club awarded four Adrian High School students with scholarships to be used this school year for dual credit college classes from Central Methodist  University  and the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Dual credit classes provide a great opportunity for students to earn both high school and college credits. Adrian R-III offers 16 dual credit classes this year.  Classes cost about $75.00 per credit hour.

Lady Blackhawks move to 10-2

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The Lady Blackhawks hosted the Lady Bulldogs of Ballard Tuesday, January 6, 2015. They moved their overall record to 9-2 with a 52 to 20 victory. Coach Basore commented, “It was a good game for everyone to get the opportunity to play.”

Friday, January 9 the Lady Blackhawks hosted the Lakeland Lady Vikings and posted a 51 to 40 win. “It was hard for us to get going” stated Coach Basore, “we missed some easy shots and there just wasn’t any energy to the game.”

Right: Bailey Reed, 12, drives past Ballard’s Sam Walsh, to score 2 points.

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