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Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club Perch Festival on August 23

The Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club in conjunction with the Danbury High School Athletic Boosters will be holding their 22nd Annual Perch Festival on August 23, at James Park from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. A parade will kick off the event at 10 a.m. The Firelands Physician Group will be sponsoring live…
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Child support awareness month

The Ohio child support program impacts more children than any other public program in Ohio, except public education. One in three children are affected by the program. Ohio bases its child support program on the fundamental belief that children deserve financial support. If children truly are our future, then it…
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Farm tire recycling collection

The agricultural community will once again have an opportunity to recycle their unwanted farm tires through a collection sponsored by the Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste District. The event will be held at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds in Fremont in the north parking lot. This collection is open to…
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August events at Otterbein

Ron Howard August 15 The final Music in the Air concert will be held at Otterbein on Friday, August 15, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Ron Howard of the band Cruisin’ will sing the smooth sounds of Motown and classic rock n roll. Concert goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs,…
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‘Brewing Up’ surreal paintings for Appetite for the Arts

“Matt the Weird.” Matt Ritter is ready for that nickname after people take a gander at his latest paintings and illustrations at Appetite for the Arts at the Erie-Ottawa International Airport Aug. 15-17. Here’s a sampling: A gaggle of 1930s-style cartoon characters fronting a band. A melting Mickey Mouse, his…
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Chevys take first, second and third at Chamber car show

First place winner Jean Kehrwecker of Port Clinton, 1966 Chevy Chevelle. On Saturday, August 2, the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce put on the 21st annual Jerry Lippus Memorial Classic Car Show in downtown Port Clinton. Cars, trucks and bikes lined Madison Street starting at 8 a.m., but unfortunately the…
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