Danbury Township’s gift for Newtown

Left to right: Township Trustees Dianne Rozak, David Hirt & Charles Scott along with Fiscal Officer Shelley Seamon hold a sign to be given to Newtown, CT, to accompany the 26 evergreen trees already provided to them. The sign and trees were purchased as a memorial for the 26 lives…
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Girl Scouts Pack a Pick-up

Girl Scout Cadets, Daisies, Juniors and Brownies all worked together to Pack A Pick-up at the Harvest Festival in Port Clinton last weekend. The girls collected non-perishable food and personal care items to donate to the Ottawa County community food banks. By Saturday afternoon the Girl Scouts were half way…
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The Building Doctors make “building calls”

Over 40 people attended the Building Doctor Clinic held on Sept. 26 in downtown historic Port Clinton. The clinic featured Building Doctors Justin Cook and Scott McIntosh of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office who presented a free workshop that featured guidelines for renovation projects and ways to solve some of…
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Oak Harbor Apple Festival Court

Front row, l-r: Madison Torres, Noah Haycox and Laney SchmidtBack row: Tara Caris and Hannah Lutman. not pictured: Rheanna Addison The Oak Harbor Apple Festival Royalty held preliminaries to choose the 2013-2014 Apple Blossom and Johnny Appleseed on Sunday, Sept. 8. The judges have chosen Laney Schmidt as this year’s…
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Pop-up Play

On Thursday evening the first pop-up playground appeared at Friendship Park on Perry Street in Port Clinton. Sponsored by United Way, the playground provided raw material such as cardboard boxes, rope, tape and glitter for children to use their imaginations to create works of art and play. Photos by Tricia…
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