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Daughters of the King banquet

The women of Chapel on the Lake, 145 S. Bridge Rd., Lakeside, will be hosting a Daughters of the King banquet Saturday, May 3, at 5 p.m. The dinner will be a buffet style Italian dinner. Guest speaker for the event will be Debra Lusher of Life Source Ministries in…
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Norton enters Ohio Military Hall of Fame

On May 2 in Columbus, Marblehead resident Fred W. Norton will be inducted into the Ohio Military Hall of Fame of Valor for actions during World War I. The legacy of Norton has been kept alive by his family, who love to share his story of sacrifice and achievement. Norton’s…
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Marblehead kicks off Sunset Strolls May 10

Now that winter snow is finally gone and everyone is looking forward to a warm spring and summer, merchants along Main Street (SR 163) in the historic village of Marblehead are kicking off the new season with Second Saturday Sunset Strolls, starting May 10. Participating Marblehead merchants, including shops and…
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Port Clinton Lighthouse ready for its new home

Thanks to John Smothers and Bill Moon, with the help of Jordan Davenport, Brooke Brown and other volunteers, the Port Clinton Lighthouse is 90% restored. The lighthouse, which once sat on the pier that is now property of the Port Clinton Yacht Club, has been going through restoration for roughly…
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City-wide and beach clean-up

On May 3 the City of Port Clinton will team up with Allied Waste for a city-wide clean-up. Dumpsters will be placed at the high ground by Allied Waste at the Jefferson Street pier. This city-wide clean-up will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Allied Waste will accept most…
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Latta visits The Beacon

During his two week legislative break, Bob Latta was traveling his district speaking with constituents about their concerns. Latta said the four main concerns he is hearing are: federal regulations, the Affordable Care Act and its effects on businesses, taxes and energy. Latta’s district covers the west end of Ottawa…
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The Salvation Army accepting applications for Camp NEOSA

The Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA this year is June 25-30. The camp program is provided to the first 35 children ages 6-12 who register. Transportation is provided. Camp NEOSA is one of the many programs offered by the Port Clinton Service Center. This program is made possible by funding through…
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