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Mary’s Blossom Shop helps tornado victims with flowers

Once again Mary Gangway Snyder of Mary’s Blossom Shoppe has stepped up to help raise funds for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Mary’s Blossom Shoppe is offering a wrapped bouquet of three carnations and three roses, cash and carry, for $10. All proceeds will support the American Red…
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CIC Run/Walk for Humanity June 2

The CIC Run/Walk for Humanity will be held Sunday, June 2 at the Catawba Island Club in Port Clinotn. Now 19 years old, this event is still a Catawba-Port Clinton community calendar highlight. “We always have close to 300 runners and walkers who participate in the 5-mile run or 3-mile…
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Judge Hany forms Veterans Affairs Committee

Judge Frederick C. (Fritz) Hany II has instituted a Municipal Court Veteran’s Affairs Committee. The committee will aid the Probation Department in addressing mental health and/or substance abuse issues unique to veterans. “In many cases, veterans with no previous criminal history find themselves in the criminal justice system after their…
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Mayor proclaims EMS Week

On Thursday, May 16, Port Clinton Mayor Vincent Leone and Councilman Mike Snider went to Port Clinton Fire and Rescue headquarters on State Road to proclaim Emergency Medical Services Week. EMS Week, May 19-25, honors the lifesaving work of the EMS squad.
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Leadership Ottawa County class of 2013 graduates

Wednesday evening, May 15, Leadership Ottawa County (LOC) class of 2013 held graduation ceremonies at the Catawba Island Club. The mission of Leadership Ottawa County is “to develop, strengthen and enrich leaders for Ottawa County through an excellent leadership program”. Each year the LOC class completes a community services project.…
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