OH Chamber welcomes new board

The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner was held on Friday, Jan. 27. During this meeting they welcomed newly elected members and officers to the volunteer Board of Directors. These valued volunteers and community leaders work as ambassadors for the chamber, interpreting the mission of the organization and advancing its position.


Oak Harbor boys, girls notch victories

Oak Harbor 52, Huron 23
The Rockets took control by outscoring Huron, 14-5, in the second quarter to grab a 24-13 halftime lead and broke the game open with a 19-2 advantage in the third quarter before winning, 52-23.


Magruder Hospital's Charity Ball a 1929 Party

Charity Ball CommitteeThe Magruder Hospital Auxiliary’s 58th Annual Charity Ball this year will take patrons to a time of the past. A time when speakeasies were easy to find, gambling was a hobby and a decade became famously known by the description "roaring."  


Lady Redskins are 11-5

Port Clinton senior Alex Stephenson puts up the 3-pointer that made her the  most prolific triple shooter in Port Clinton girls basketball history. Tiffany Colston goes up hard for a shot against Huron last Friday.  Port Clinton girls basketball coach Toby Bickel is getting closer to that haircut! He told his team that he wasn’t going to get his hair cut until they won 13 games this season. Well, following Friday night’s win over Sandusky St. Mary’s, they managed to up their overall record to 11-5 and 7-4 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.


Redskins play final home game Friday

Port Clinton wingman Kelly Friemark puts up a shot from close in against Oak  Harbor last Thursday.Port Clinton boys
The Port Clinton Redskins made it another sweep of their rivals from Oak Harbor last Thursday with a 42-41 squeaker victory. It was a special “Shoot Out Cancer” game with the players on both teams, along with their cheerleaders, wearing orange T-shirts to show support. 


ICS kids go on dragon hunt

DragonImmaculate Conception School fourth- and fifth-graders  went on a Dragon Hunt at the Toledo Museum of Art recently.  Students learned from their docent how and why dragons were incorporated into the pieces of artwork. 


Daffodil Days are under way

Daffodil Days in Ottawa County is just around the corner, and ordering can be done now, organizers say.  
The popular fund-raiser is held each year by the American Cancer Society.  The bright, cheerful blooms are one of the earliest spring flowers, and are used in the campaign as a symbol of hope.

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