Sky is theme for Oak Harbor VBS

A summer kids’ event called Sky will be hosted at The United Methodist Church of Oak Harbor from Monday through Friday, Aug. 6-10. At Sky, faith and imagination soar as kids discover that everything is possible with God. Kids participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games,…
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Support Stein Hospice at tailgate party

Enjoy an entertaining evening Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the Catawba Island Club and support Stein Hospice. The event begins at 6 p.m. and includes tailgate food, wines, craft beers, a performance by members of The Ohio State Marching Band and a live auction. Guests are encouraged to wear tailgate attire…
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Chamber plans second Village-Wide garage sale

In response to several requests from the public, the Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to add a second Village Wide Garage Sale Days this year. The chamber will be creating a list of sales for anyone interested and the sale dates will be Aug. 24-25. The lists…
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Ice cream social set for local candidates

There will be an ice cream social campaign fundraiser for Ottawa County Candidates Dr. Dan Cadigan, coroner, and John Huffman and Jodi Regal, commissioner, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 30, at the home of Dan and Amy Laity, 18190 W. Portage River South, Elmore.Toft’s ice cream will be served along…
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Picnic, fundraiser coming up for Angela Zimmann

There will be a picnic and campaign fundraiser for 5th District Congressional Candidate Angela Zimmann at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, at the home of Dan and Amy Laity, 18190 W. Portage River South, Elmore.Come out and meet Zimmerman and hear why she wants to represent the recently redrawn 5th…
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K. of C. installs new officers

Port Clinton Knights of Columbus Council 1750 recently installed new officers for 2012-2013. The installation ceremonies were conducted at the Council Hall by District Deputy John Madison, assisted by Chaplin Rev. Ray Ensman. A reception was held in conjunction with the ceremonies attended by relatives and friends. The officers for…
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Lunch & learn

University of Toledo engineering student Robert Garber took time out of his summer co-op at First Energy last week to help with Port Clinton’s summer lunch program. Garber, 21, helped kids plant zucchini seeds during a presentation by “Recycle Dude” Brad Schwann. The twice weekly lunch is a total enrichment…
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