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Escorted pilot tells how Tuskegee Airmen “Rise Above”

First Lieutenant Clyde Gilbert and Dr. Harold Brown. The CAF Red Tail Squadron “Rise Above” Traveling Exhibit was at the Liberty Aviation Museum May 15-17. The exhibit offered a great opportunity to educate the young and the seasoned about the Tuskegee Airmen. It serves as not only an education tool,…
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CMP offers free BB gun demos at Walleye Festival

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) will once again offer free BB gun demonstrations at the 34th Annual Walleye Festival at Port Clinton’s Waterworks Park. Kids of all ages, including supervised kids under 18, are welcome to visit the CMP’s portable BB gun range on the festival grounds and try their…
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Lake Erie Arty Party Memorial Day weekend

This Memorial Day weekend hosts the second year of the Lake Erie Arty Party in downtown Port Clinton. This public art market will be held Saturday, May 24–Sunday, May 25. The Party will take place at the Clinton House, 106 W. Perry Street, and an adjacent lot, near the corner…
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Oak Harbor utility survey

During the month of June, Oak Harbor utility provider AMP Incorporated is sponsoring a telephone survey with utility customers. They have contracted with SDS Research, a national research firm, to conduct the survey. Questions will relate to overall satisfaction with utility service, communication with customers, customer service and other topics.…
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20 years of helping the cause

On Sunday, June 1, a piece of Catawba history is coming to an end. The CIC Run/Walk for Habitat for Humanity will run its last 3 and 5 mile courses. Many of the race directors from prior years will be present to memorialize the day. Always held at Catawba Island…
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Editor’s Note

The Ottawa County Republican Party was responsible for putting on the Fashion Show at Catawba Island Club, not the Ottawa County Republican Women’s Club. Also, Pat Shookman and Renee Claycomb were co-chairs of the event.
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Walleye Festival is here!

The 34th annual Main Street Port Clinton Walleye Festival takes place from May 22-26 at Waterworks Park. Thursday and Friday the festival will be open from 5-11 p.m, Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m., and Monday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. The schedule of events is as follows:
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