Edgewood Manor hosts Trick or Treat

First place winner McKenna Sullivan, the candy fairy

Super heroes, fairy princesses, goblins, skeletons, clowns, witches, pirates, vampires and a variety of other creatures descended upon Edgewood as the afternoon’s festivities began.  Residents sat in their doorways holding pumpkin buckets overflowing with candy as trick or treaters went up and down the halls gathering their bounty.  As the costumed characters passed by each person, two or three special goodies were dropped into their containers.  Excitement flowed from the children as they filled their bags while the residents smiled with delight at each little one’s outfit.  


Community Calendar Oct. 31-Nov. 6

Thursday Oct. 31

Harvest Carnival
WHAT: Contests, candy, face painting, bike giveaway
WHEN: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Erie Shores Assembly of God, 220 S. Gill Rd., PC
INFO: 419-734-3322

Lake Disposal’s Open the Door to Find a Cure
WHAT: Support Breast Cancer Awareness, coupons, refreshments
WHEN: 1 p.m.
WHERE: Lake Disposal, 2669 E. Harbor Rd., PC
INFO: 877-582-6800 or


Riverview Healthcare Campus Trick or Treat

Riverview residents passing out treats.

Sunday evening the 13th Annual Riverview Healthcare Campus Trick or Treat was held. Hundreds of children trick or treated from the hundred residents at Riverview, enjoyed trick or treat story time and movies, visited the haunted basement that benefited the Relay For Life Team and made special Halloween greetings for residents. There was a pumpkin carving contest with proceeds benefitting Riverview nurse Sarah William’s run in St. Jude Hospital’s Glass Slipper Run.


Snow for Devin

Today, Wednesday Oct. 30, it snowed outside of 218 Second Street in Port Clinton. I think an interaction between PC Mayor, Vince Leone, the PC police chief, Rob Hickman and I sums up what’s been happening around Port Clinton these last few days.

Cupp: “So who made this event happen today?”
Mayor Leone: “The community made this happen…”
Chief Hickman: “… No, Devin made this happen.”


ICS After School Art Program

Joni Hoffman, the art teacher at Immaculate Conception School, inspires her students to love art so much that they want to come back after school and create. And create is what they do. Immaculate Conception School held its first meeting/work session of the all new Art Club this past Wednesday afternoon. The art club is made up of students in grades 2, 3, 4, and 5 and will meet once a month in the school’s art room.  Each monthly meeting will explore a new era, style, or artistic idea. October’s class featured crafts made with duct tape. The students were encouraged to make whatever they wished out of the utility tape that comes in a variety of fun colors and prints. Alyssa Diaz made a mask of Medusa. Madison Weichman, Paige Reineck, and Ella Roberts chose to fashionably cover the letters in their initials. Savannah Nyang even covered a small lamp with the colorful tape.  The imaginations in the ICS Art Club are sure to soar and take their curiosity and creativity to new levels throughout this school year.


Thank you Pizza Challenge

The Rotary Club of Port Clinton would like to thank everyone who came out to join us at our Annual Rotary Pizza Challenge Tuesday, Oct. 22. The event was very successful as more than 581 people enjoyed and voted for their favorite pizza. Also, a huge thanks to our area pizza restaurants that donated their staffs time and many pizzas to help make the event a wonderful success: Beer Thirty’s, Bell Mell Tavern & Pizza, Bruno’s Pizzeria, Lagoon Saloon, Marco’s Pizza, Papa Jimmie’s BBQ & Pizza, Pizza House, Pizza Hut Italian Bistro and Sloopy’s Sports Café. The proceeds will be used to provide scholarships for Danbury and Port Clinton students that will be attending college next fall.We look forward to hosting our 5th Annual Rotary Pizza Challenge next October.

Duane Waite,
Rotary Pizza Challenge Chairman


Perkins defeats Oak Harbor, 48-28

Perkins departed Friday night's game at Oak Harbor with a 48-28 victory over the Rockets, but it was a well-earned, hard-fought win that the Pirates are happy to have after being tested.

Oak Harbor (4-5, 3-3 SBC) scored on its first two possessions to take a 7-0 and 14-7 leads, respectively, in the first quarter before the Pirates rallied to take the lead for good at 21-14 on a 64-yard scamper by running back Dale Irby with 9:28 remaining in the first half. Perkins (9-0, 6-0) pushed the lead to 41-14 after scoring three touchdowns in the third quarter, though the Rockets did fight back to make it interesting.


Danbury loses to Gibsonburg, prepares for Hilltop

Unfortunately, Danbury has run into two teams in each of the last few weeks that are playing some of their best football of the year.

Facing a Gibsonburg unit that put up 64 points in its previous game, the Lakers fell, 63-21, to the Golden Bears to drop to 2-7 and 1-5 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference. Gibsonburg, meanwhile, has won three of its last four games and is now 5-4 and 4-2 in the TAAC.

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