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Part 2 of Planning and Development econo…

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Seated facing (L to R) are Port Clinton City Councilmen Trish McCartney, Gabe Below and Nicole DeFreitas. Port Clinton citizen John Rich (in the red shirt) was expressing his vision...

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Erie-Ottawa International receives Ohio …

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L to R: Senator Randy Gardner, Director of Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport Stan Gebhardt and Representative Steve Arndt. The Erie-Ottawa International Airport has received $639,854 in project funding from the Ohio Department...

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Stars Dance for CASA

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The eighth season of Ottawa County Stars Dance for CASA took place Saturday, Nov. 21, at Camp Perry. Seven competitive performances were given to a packed house at the fundraiser...

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Danbury Senior Center Gets New Sign

The Danbury Senior Center has new, bright red signs thanks to the generous donations from the community.  The new signs were made possible by memorial donations that were recently granted to the senior center.  The Danbury Senior Center Board along with the membership of Danbury Senior Center felt it was best to utilize the money, rather than just deposit into their bank account.  Jack Easton, Treasurer, upon the advice of the board, contacted Jeff Bumbera who is well known in our area for his signs and he agreed to make the signs.  

The signs are a beautiful bright red, with each side being identical except for the cartoon figures, a different one painted on each side.   The cartoon figures were selected to memorialize the two seniors whose memorials were donated to the senior center: Betty Boop is in memory of Betty "Boop" Briggs, a long time board member of the Danbury Senior Center and the other side depicts a skunk, in loving memory of Shirley "Stinky" Lynch, who had also served as president of the board.  The Danbury Senior Center community is very pleased with the new signs.

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