The Adrian Optimist Club is pleased to honor Students of the Month from the Miami, Ballard, and Adrian schools. Criteria for this honor center on outstanding academic and civic achievement and school spirit. Staff at each of the schools make the selection. Each student is honored with a certificate of recognition from the Adrian Optimist Club and $20.00 in Adrian Chamber of Commerce “Chamber Bucks”. This month’s Students of the Month are Sara Geringer, Adrian; Kyle Teagarden, Ballard; Caitlin Slattery, Miami.
Making a return to the stage for the first time in nearly 20 years, Archie R-V students gave an impressive, well-rehearsed performance of Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. last Friday and Saturday. Under the direction of Music Director/Choreographer Melissa Vanhousen and Stage Director Brad West, the cast and crew did an exceptional job working together to make the production of Aladdin a memorable show for many.
The Board of Directors of Adrian Bank is pleased to announce the election of two new Board Members and one new Officer. The Board elected Mr. David Veit and Mr. Cary Six as new Board Members and Ms. Jessica Chulufas as Assistant Cashier. In other action, the Board of Directors also elected Mr. Harold Six an Advisory Director of the bank.
Right: Adrian Bank elected two new Board Members. Left to right: David Veit, Board Member; Gene Irvin, Chairman and CEO; Cary Six, Board Memebr.
The Adrian Chamber of Commerce has chosen the Mohr Family Farm as the featured business for November. The farm, located in the Ballard area, is owned by Charles and Christine Mohr. The couple raises goats and other animals as well as their own fruits and vegetables. At this time, their focus is on the goats, goat milk and the products made from the milk.
The Adrian Blackhawks varsity basketball teams opened their season Monday, November 24 as they traveled to Sherwood to take on the Marksmen.
In non conference action the Lady Blackhawks came away with a 58 to 49 victory over the Lady Marksmen. Coach Basore commented, “A very frustrating first game, but the girls were able to pull through with a victory”.
In the varsity boys game it was a hard fought battle but the Blackhawks held on for a two point victory, 77 to 75. Coach Basore said, “The boys played hard and worked for good shots.”