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Area Memorial Day events

24-05-2015 Hits:59 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Area Memorial Day events

Port Clinton A Memorial Day ceremony will be held at the Port Clinton Yacht Club at 9 a.m. to honor those who served our country and perished at sea. A Memorial Day...

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Bay Point Yacht Club goes mainstream

23-05-2015 Hits:150 Business  - avatar John Schaffner

Bay Point Yacht Club goes mainstream

The Flag Officers of Bay Point Yacht Club proudly stand in front of their new clubhouse. (L-R): Rear Commodore Jim Kollmann, Commodore Mike Penney and Vice Commodore Ray Ditmar. When life...

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Walleye Fest is back!

21-05-2015 Hits:525 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Walleye Fest is back!

Last year’s Walleye Festival. May 21-25 marks the 35th annual Walleye Festival on the shores of Lake Erie in Waterworks Park in downtown Port Clinton. The festival will be open Thursday...

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Danbury Athletic Boosters alumni basketball game

The Danbury Athletic Boosters are hosting an alumni basketball game on Friday, Dec. 27. Registration is required by December 10th. Call Bill Chapman for more information at 419-734-9649 or 419-573-2214, or contact Drew Davie at the school at 419-798-4037, ext. 3033. You can also find them on Facebook. The evening will include a pork and sauerkraut dinner, raffles, 50/50, etc.

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Danbury Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept.

Dear Editor,

There is a correction to last month’s Letter to the Editor regarding the spaghetti dinner held in Lakeside on Labor Day.

The manager of Port Clinton Kroger store was inadvertently reported as Robert Sears. The correct name is Robin Lind. The Danbury Township Fire Department Association wishes to thank Ms. Lind for her part in our spaghetti dinner and also apologizes for this mistake.

Respectfully,
Judy Meyer, Secretary
Danbury Township Fire Department Association

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Danbury 8th graders tour Gettysburg & Washington D.C.

The Danbury Middle School 8th grade class took a four-day educational trip last week to Gettysburg, PA, and Washington.

The group left Danbury in their charter bus on Tuesday (Election Day) at 6:20 a.m. and spent their first day in Gettysburg. Upon arrival at the Gettysburg Museum and Visitors Center the students viewed a film, "A New Birth of Freedom", and the restored Gettysburg Cyclorama, which depicts the final fury of Gettysburg, "Pickett's Charge". The students then took a battlefield tour and went on a guided “ghost walk” through town that evening. They had dinner at the historic Dobbin House, which was part of the Underground Railroad prior to the Civil War.

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