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Greg’s Transitions into New Ownership

by Austin Arnold   By now, most have heard that Greg’s Pharmacy has changed ownership, as the business’s namesake, Greg Conkling, decided to retire. While this development may be a concern to some, as the drugstore is a vital part of Bluffton’s downtown business, it seems as if the store has been left in good hands.
   New owners Tim Clark and Mark BonDurant, of Clark’s Rx, have a wealth of experience in the business as Tim is a third generation pharmacist and Mark, also a pharmacist, has over 30 years of experience with the company.

Construction of New Elementary Building at Cory-Rawson Enters into Final Stretch

by Austin Arnold   While many are looking forward to good things in 2013, with the recent turnover of the new year, the anticipation is especially high in the Cory-Rawson school district as the construction of its new elementary building is entering into its final stretch.

The Cotton Patch Gospel Coming to Bluffton to Raise Funds to Fight Hunger

by Austin Arnold   The Bluffton Area Ministerial Association (BAMA) will be sponsoring a special musical event, The Cotton Patch Gospel, to help raise funds for the Bluffton Food Pantry and two other organizations helping to provide food for those in need, Mennonite Central Committee and Why Hunger.

Rhythm In Motion Dance Studio Members Perform at Outback Bowl

   Rhythm In Motion Dance Centre of Ada is proud to announce that the studio had seven talented dancers participate in the 2013 Outback Bowl pregame and halftime shows on New Year’s Day. Director of Rhythm In Motion Dance Centre, Darcey Schneider submitted an audition tape last January to Just For Kix, the organization in charge of the pregame and halftime shows, and secured a spot for the group of dancers when RIMDC made the cut and was invited to perform in this amazing opportunity.

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