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Applications now being accepted for Tools for Schools

The Salvation Army-Port Clinton Service Unit is now accepting applications for the Tools for School program. The Port Clinton Service Unit’s “Tools for School” program will assist local families in financial need of school supplies and book bags. Applications for this program can be picked up and dropped off through…
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Ottawa County Fair names art winners

Ottawa County Fair School Art Exhibit ribbons were issued to the following students throughout Ottawa County. The School Art Exhibit is coordinated through the efforts of B. Jean Fanning and Sandra Butzin from North Point Educational Service Center and with the support of the Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents (Diane…
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Local students participate in Pinning Ceremony

Fourteen Bowling Green State University Firelands College students will participate in a pinning ceremony Aug. 5 for earning their associate of applied science degrees in radiologic technology.“We are proud of our graduates who have completed the program and have chosen to work in an admirable profession for the delivery of…
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ICS gets new fourth grade teacher

Jaclyn Turinsky Brown will be the fourth grade teacher at Immaculate Conception Parish School. Brown has her Bachelor of Education from the University of Toledo, Elementary Education 1-8 with a mathematics concentration. She received her Master of Education from Bowling Green State University in classroom technology and has 9-plus years…
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Artists Club names scholarship winners

The Port Clinton Artist’s Club has donated $600 in art scholarships in 2012.Ilene Hamilton, from Terra State Community College, received $300 and is a second-year student. She won Best of Show in the school’s recent art show. Port Clinton High School students from art teacher Cheryl Knapp’s classes have also…
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Local graduates from Surgical Tech program

EHOVE Adult Career Center celebrated its 17th graduation ceremony for the Certified Surgical Technology program on June 28. Seven graduates — including Nicole Koester from Port Clinton — attended the 10-month full-time program at EHOVE.Class speaker Noelani Brown started off the ceremony: “We started out as bartenders, factory workers and…
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