They don’t just wear the shirt, Ida Rupp Library United lives it.
Ottawa County’s Salvation Army programs offer opportunities to volunteer time and resources this holiday season.
The BCS Board of Education approved a 5-year financial forecast on Tuesday, October 23rd that puts forth an end to the deficit spending that has plagued the district for the past 4 years.
On Saturday, Oct. 20h, the Oak Harbor FFA Chapter held their first community service project, “Raking the Leaves.”
The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Erie and Ottawa Counties hosted its 18th annual awards for excellence banquet the evening of Oct. 30 at the Sandusky State Theatre.
On Oct.24, prior to the student and parent open house at Port Clinton
Middle School, Chris Harris and Joanna Russell from Port Clinton Walmart
visited with the staff. They brought a cake and goody baskets to share.
Through the Walmart Teacher Rewards program, they also had a drawing for
$50 gift cards for a few lucky staff members.
The Ohio Veterans Bonus is available to veterans who served more than 90 days active duty, not for training, during the periods of the Persian Gulf War and the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. For the Persian Gulf, the period is from Aug. 2, 1990, through March 3, 1991; for Afghanistan, from Oct. 7, 2001, through a date to be determined by the President, and for Iraq, from March 19, 2003, through Dec. 31, 2011. Payment can be received for active duty service anywhere in the world during these periods, but is higher for veterans who served in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan or Iraq. Eligible veterans must have been an Ohio resident at the time of their entry into the service, and must be an Ohio resident currently.
The Ottawa County Museum will present a program of early photo slides of Port Clinton on Sunday, Nov. 25, at 2 p.m.