Marine Mechanics program graduates five

Marine Mechanics, from left, back row: Jeffry Huebner of Sandusky, Larry Musgrove of Sandusky, Trevor Koeberlein of Toledo; kneeling: James Taylor of Port Clinton and Christopher Zibert of Port Clinton.

Two Port Clinton residents, two Sandusky residents and one from Toledo were among the five area residents who received their certification as marine mechanics at the graduation ceremony of the Skills for Life Marine Mechanics training program in Ottawa County recently.  

“This program was a tremendous help to me,” said Trevor Koeberlein, one of the graduates. “Because I am trained as an auto mechanic, I thought I knew it all. I thought that would give me an edge. I got a surprise.”


Oak Harbor DECA are District Champs

On Feb. 4, Oak Harbor DECA members competed at Bowling Green State University in the DECA District 2 Competitions. A total of 38 students represented Oak Harbor DECA and all received awards in their respective contests. The chapter also placed first overall in the District Chapter of Year event. This award is the based on the results of both the DECA fall district contests and this event. The chapter competed with eight other schools including Clay, Fostoria, Maumee, Port Clinton, Rossford, Penta, Perrysburg and Vanguard.

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