Danbury takes two from Bettsville

Danbury 12, Bettsville 5

Danbury 15, Bettsville 4 (5 inn.)

Sam Puckett got the victory in both games to help the Lakers improve to 2-6 on the season. 

In the first game, Danbury broke open a 1-0 game with eight runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take a 9-0 lead. In the second contest, the Lakers broke a 4-4 tie with five runs in the third innings. Kylah Mitchell had a home run and AllisaRae Barree had two hits and drove in a run.


Danbury defeats Old Fort at Fifth-Third Field

Behind a fine pitching performance from starter Chase Botson, the Danbury Lakers defeated Old Fort, 11-0, in five innings at Fifth-Third Field.

Botson gave up just two hits and struck out six batters in five innings. He also did well at the plate, getting on base three times, stealing two bases and scoring twice. 

Mike Stys went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs, Zack Kalinoski was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Taylon Molnar went 2-for-3 with an RBI.


Alan Pedersen to perform at Lakeview Park

Alan Pedersen is a bereaved father, nationally recognized inspirational speaker on grief and loss, award winning singer/songwriter, and successful recording artist. He will be performing at Lakeview Park in Port Clinton at The Compassionate Friends’ Children’s Memorial on Sunday, May 5, at 2 p.m.

In August of 2001 Alan’s only daughter Ashley was killed in an automobile accident in Colorado. This tragedy took his life in a direction he never imagined. His pain and journey toward finding joy again have been the subject matter for four highly acclaimed CD’s of original songs.


The Village Square

Spring is the start of many activities in the Village of Marblehead and around the region. With spring and warmer weather come construction and street projects. Currently the Streets Committee is working hard to drive every street and determine what projects are of the highest priority and will fall within the budget set for fiscal year 2013.


Walleye Festival Lighted Boat Parade applications available

The second annual Civilian Marksmanship Program Lighted Boat Parade at the Walleye Festival is scheduled for Friday, May 24, at 9:30 p.m.  A rain date is scheduled for Sunday, May 26, at 9:30pm.  Applications are available now at the Main Street Port Clinton office.

Boats will be assembling on the Portage River, traveling under the Lift Bridge, past Waterworks Park and the Walleye Festival to Lake Erie and then returning to the Portage River.


Watercolor Class with Charles Rowland offered


One Saturday, May 18, the Port Clinton Artists’ Club is offering a class with renowned watercolorist Charles Rowland. A watercolor artist for over 25 years, he is both an active artist and teacher. His work has won many awards in Ohio area exhibitions and can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Rowland will be teaching students how to combine shapes to give their painting a more interesting look, hard and soft edges, lost and found edges and color mixing. “Charles is an excellent instructor and always comes prepared to teach something new,” said Kathie Widing, program chair. The class will be held at the Sutton Center, 1854 Perry St. in Port Clinton. The cost is $45. Contact Kathie Widing for more information at 419-341-0817.


Maintaining The Keepers House

Several Boy Scouts and leaders of the Marblehead Troop #331 provided a Service Project on Saturday, April 20, for The Benajah Wolcott Keepers House.  The boys stacked a large pile of firewood left over from the War of 1812 Reenactment last September.  They also picked up the many pine cones and branches scattered over the lawn from the winter winds and raked the stones that were scattered on the lawn left by the snow plow.


Lakeside Annual Plant Sale is Saturday, May 11

The Lakeside Annual Plant Sale will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 11, on the front steps of Hoover Auditorium, 115 W. Third Street. There are no gate pass admission fees for this event.

The plant sale will feature a variety of annuals, perennials, herbs, ground covers and small nursery stock for purchase. All proceeds from the Lakeside Annual Plant Sale will used to help keep the Lakeside Chautauqua grounds beautiful throughout the summer season.


Terra State board welcomes two new members

The Terra State Community College Board of Trustees added two new members during its regular April meeting.

Matt Montowski of Catawba Island and Kay E. Reiter of Fremont were sworn in by board chair Carl Koebel. 

Montowski has been a self-employed independent insurance agent in Ottawa County for 23 years. He has also been a Catawba Island Township Trustee for nearly four years. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Ashland University.

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