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Ohio Dermatological Association

On behalf of the Ohio Dermatological Association (ODA), I am writing to raise awareness of the month of May designated as Melanoma and Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month by the Ohio General Assembly. In an effort to curb the skin cancer epidemic in Ohio and the United States, the…
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Oak Harbor clean-up thanks

The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce Village Wide Cleanup was held on Saturday May 3. Despite the rainy, cool weather, we had nearly 30 volunteers, including the OHHS Baseball Team, come out to help clean up the downtown area. We would also like to thank Community Markets for the use…
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Community garden

When I was talking by the field left after the old middle school was removed, I was struck by how suited it would be for a community garden. Not only to sell produce but to supply fresh food to the food banks. It would need a good organization to organize,…
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Meeting Mr. Rose

Last week a friend of mine, Grant McCallum, a small business owner from Marblehead, and I took the time to travel to Medina to meet personally with Mr. Mike Rose of Washington Properties. It is our opinion that Mr. Rose is one of the most professional and accomplished businessman we’ve…
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Thanks for the After Prom

Big thanks to those individuals and companies that donated to Port Clinton High School After Prom entertainment: Annette and Dan Stewart, Becky Zoeller, Bill Van Der Giessen, Bolte Insurance (Steve Gulas), Bolte Real Estate Office (Renee Stine), Cheesehaven, Coffee Express (Tina), Crosswinds Restaurant, Diane Kokinda, Eric Rumball, Island Adventures Family…
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LEAP thank you

On behalf of United Way and Lake Erie Adventure Play, we would like to thank the graduating class of Leadership Ottawa County for their outstanding support of families and children in Ottawa County. On April 26 the LOC, under the leadership of Marcia Jess, sponsored a Pop Up Talent Show…
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Ottawa County beach clean-up a success

Thanks to the over 80 volunteers who made the Ottawa County beach clean-up a success. On Saturday, April 19, over 400 pounds of trash was removed along four area beaches. Despite the chilly weather, volunteers were eager to participate in the Earth Day celebration. As part of the Alliance for…
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