Port Clinton flag display

The residents of Port Clinton have a strong support system for "Our Country and "Our Veterans". Our city makes the effort to recognize them at every possible opportunity. Such is the case every summer patriotic holiday, when our county organization lines Perry St. and Fremont Rd. with well-over 300 American flags. This is done to honor our fallen soldiers and veterans and to show that the city of Port Clinton has not forgotten the true meaning of these significant holidays.


Rotary presents donation to Art Council

Photo: left to right: John Madison, PC Rotary Foundation Chair; Carol Morgan, GPCAAC President; Gary Good, PC Rotary President.

At the May 28th Port Clinton Rotary meeting, Rotary presented a $250 donation to The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPAAC). The GPAAC has created many events and projects across Ottawa County, bringing awareness of various aspects of the arts to the various communities.


ICS is happy to see a familiar face

Principal Mrs. Connie Snyder had a surprise last Friday for the students of Immaculate Conception School. Snyder had the entire school congregate in the school gym last Friday. She told the students that she had a surprise and then opened a door to reveal Sr. Rosemary Hug, S.N.D., former principal of the school. Sr. Rosemary retired from ICS last year and is now living in Wakeman, Ohio, and working at St. Mary’s Parish. There were cheers and squeals of excitement and even a few happy tears. Sister Rosemary was just as delighted to see the kids and to see how much they have grown in a year.


ICS announces new raffle

Immaculate Conception School has unveiled its latest fundraiser. The raffle, which will begin this weekend, offers $10,000 in prize money and 63 chances to win. Drawings for this fundraiser begin the first Sunday of July 2013 and continue on the first Sunday of every month through June 2014. Each and every month there are 4 winners. One winner wins $300, 2 winners win $100, and 2 winners win $50. There are 3 extra bonus months in which the regular monthly drawings are held in addition to the bonus drawings.


Danbury summer pool schedule

Danbury Local Schools’ summer pool schedule will run June 3 through Aug. 21. The pool entrance is through the lobby doors on the west side of the building. Open swim is $3 for adults, $2 for students, and a swim pass for 10 swims is $25. Water aerobics is $5 per class or 10 classes for $40. All swims are subject to change according to attendance.


Club Red gala tickets now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls of Company Red, an American Red Cross gala benefitting local Red Cross disaster relief and recovery. The event will take place Friday, July 19, at 6 p.m. at the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton.


Camp Good Grief July 8-12 in Port Clinton

Stein Hospice’s weeklong day camp for grieving children will be held in five locations this summer. The Port Clinton Camp is July8-12 at Lakeview Park. The camp is for children ages 5 to 13 facing any grief-related loss, including but not limited to death, divorce and incarceration.


Weather and Walleye Fishing on Lake Erie

It’s simple to say, “Let’s go fishing”, but it’s not so simple to catch fish when the weather conditions are constantly changing from day to day. Keeping an eye on the weather is very important when you’re a walleye angler, and making adjustments to your presentation is even more important.

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