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Five year crystal ball

Maybe it has something to do with the weather, but lately one of the most common questions by new clients is how to protect major assets from being liquidated to cover nursing home expense. Many years ago, I was advised by the State of Ohio that it was malpractice not…
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Run or walk for humanity on Sunday

With all of the recent problems regarding schools in the news these days…shootings, tornadoes and the like…it might be a good idea to attend a special training program at the Danbury High School Auditorium tonight (Thursday, May 30) at 7 p.m. You will learn about how Danbury Schools will respond…
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Remembering the meaning of Memorial Day

It is Memorial Day Weekend, which means the Walleye Festival is in town. We are adding a Dining, Entertainment, Boating and Fishing section this week titled COASTLINES. The entire schedule for the Walleye Festival is included. Given good weather, the Memorial Day weekend also brings a lot of extra traffic,…
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Fourth fireworks are fully funded

Great News…the Port Clinton Fourth of July Fireworks will be the “Full Monty” this year, thanks to the generosity of Ken and Gerri Gill. After the $500 gas card raffle hosted by Friendship Stores, the fund still came up short of their $8,000 goal by almost $1,300. Well, Ken and…
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Delightful spring days have arrived

The Ballet School, under the direction of Mary Ann Snider, presents The Wizard of Oz at the Port Clinton High School Performing Arts Center this Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Mary Ann’s dance students perform this beloved story of a young girl from Kansas that gets…
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Thoughts on an ILIT

Having life insurance proceeds go directly to a spouse or child may create more problems than it can solve. You do not know when your death will make available a sizable insurance check for your young bride or young child. It may be best to have protective measures in place…
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It's time for gardening and golf

It’s a BIG DEAL!!! This Friday, April 19, from 12 Noon to 7 p.m. the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club will be fixing up and serving Mark Giaco’s Homemade Spaghetti Dinners at St. John Lutheran Church on Adams Street in Port Clinton. Lunch or dinner tickets are just $8, dine in…
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