The first graders at Immaculate Conception Catholic School have been busy learning their math facts and beginning to read, but this first month of school has also taught them the life lesson of compassion and understanding.
Future Professionals in Medicine (FPM) members at Port Clinton High School
held their annual Red Cross Blood drive on Wednesday, Oct.3. There were 43 units of blood collected, including five double red units. Mrs.
Natalie Twarek, FPM Advisor, reported that it was a successful day. American Red Cross and PCHS Future Professionals in Medicine have partnered to host two blood drives each year since the 1970’s. The next
blood drive at PCHS will be held on March 27, 2013.
Port Clinton Middle School students are supporting fellow student Devin Kohlman who is currently undergoing treatment for cancer. Ryan McDougall and Hailey Ball (pictured) helped to create “Team Devin” T-shirts. They will be selling the shirts this week before school for $10 each, with all proceeds benefitting Devin and his family. The End Zone in downtown Port Clinton offered a special discount to help make this student–led effort possible.