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Put-in-Bay dock update

Due to winter holding up progress on the dock renovation at Put-in-Bay, the project will do done later than originally planned. “We are hoping that C dock will be open by Memorial Day,” said Put-in-Bay Village Administrator Doug Kanuer. “We expect A dock to be done by the end of…
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Port Clinton Easter Egg Hunt

The Port Clinton Recreation Department and Champions for Children sponsored Port Clinton’s annual Easter egg hunt at the Ottawa County Courthouse on Sunday, April 13. The Port Clinton Fire Department, Councilman Mike Snider and Tara Crump of the Port Clinton Chamber and Main Street Port Clinton also donated their time…
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Donna Sullivan’s 100 years

This Sunday, April 20, Donna Sullivan will be celebrating her 100th birthday. Donna (Madonna), who was born on April 20, 1914, is the eighth of ten children born to Cornelius and Clara Druyor. She married William Sullivan on Aug. 5, 1933. Donna and Bill, who passed away in 1998, had…
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OSS billboard contest

Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca County Fifth Grade students had the opportunity to participate in the OSS Solid Waste District’s Billboard Contest. The contest is run annually and the billboards were posted throughout the month of April in Celebration of Earth Day on April 22. Students were encouraged to create a…
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Whiskey light is on

The Round House Bar on Put-in-Bay flipped the whiskey light on Sunday, April 13, around 2 p.m. The whiskey light reflects the start of the season on the island. Ray Fogg was there to perform while patrons celebrated.
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Mother-to-Mother Sale May 3

Booths are available for anyone interested in selling gently used children’s clothing, gear and accessories at the Port Clinton Women’s Club spring mother-to-mother sale on May 3, 9 a.m. to noon, at St. John Lutheran Church, 207 Adams Street. Cost to rent a table is $15. Checks made payable to…
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Oak Harbor holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

On Saturday, April 12, at 2 p.m. Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce held its annual Easter Egg Hunt. The children lined up by age group, were given a number and were able to go on the lawn of Adolphus Kraemer Park by the Log Cabin to pick two eggs. After…
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