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Project could be a lifesaver

Last Friday, there was a national news story about a 20 year old autistic man who wandered off and survived three weeks in the in the Utah desert. Local officials and the Port Clinton Lions Club have begun a new program in Ottawa County to make certain that doesn’t happen here.
It’s called Project Lifesaver. In involves wearing a bracelet that contains a transmitter. The transmitter emits a signal that can be traced by local law enforcement agencies. It is targeted at people who may not be able to find their way home if they leave home. The average rescue time is 30 minutes instead of three weeks. However, with out it, almost 50% of the missing and wandering will perish if they are not located within 24 hours.

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OAK HARBOR COUNCIL — June 18

Mayor Conley called the regular meeting of Council to order at 7:00 P.M. with the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was requested with the following members present: Don Douglas, Bill Eberle, Jon Fickert, Angela Petersen, Jim Seaman and Donna Wendt-Elliott.

Minutes of the June 4, 2012 meeting stand approved as written.

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Trains theme for VBS

Grace Baptist Church is taking to the rails during the week of Vacation Bible School July 23-27. The church will host a train-themed week of games, songs, Bible lessons, crafts, contests and more each evening from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
The theme is “Sunlight Express: Jesus & Me.” Each day will represent a stop on a journey to discover what Jesus has done and continues to do for us.
This VBS is for any child between 3-14 years old. Children will be divided by age for various activities. There is no cost to attend, and transportation is available by calling 419-898-4002.
Grace Baptist Church is a local, independent and fundamental Baptist church located between Ohio 105 and 163 just past the Oak Harbor High School at 325 S. Toussaint-Portage Road.

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