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Downtown Port Clinton Trick or Treat Oct. 26

All young ghouls and goblins are invited to come downtown to trick or treat on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 1-3 p.m.  There will be pumpkins in participating business’ windows and orange and black balloons. Over 250 children participated in 2012 and even more children and their families are encouraged for this year’s Downtown event.  For more information, contact Main Street Port Clinton at 419-734-5503.

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Frank and Elma Cuevas celebrate 45 years of marriage

On Saturday, Sept. 21, the Cuevas children and grandchildren recognized their beloved parents and grandparents, Frank and Elma Cuevas with a celebration in honor of their 45th wedding anniversary. After a blessing of renewal vows, a dinner and dance were celebrated with 100 close friends and family at The Vineyard on Catawba Community Center.

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Redskins volleyball 10.12

The Lady Redskins volleyball team was in action Saturday in a quad meet at Northwood. They finished the day winning 1 and losing 2. The Lady Redskins defeated Toledo Waite 25-10 and 25-7. The Lady Redskins fell to Northwood 25-27 and 22-25. They also fell to Lakota 12-25 and 17-25. 

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Graytown Building alive with children again

Pictured above (from left to right) at the front of the former Graytown Elementary School, and now North Point’s new regional operations hub is B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian, B-C-S Board Member Kim Dusseau, North Point Governing Board Member Carole Kuns, and North Point Superintendent Douglas Crooks.

The sale of the former Graytown Elementary School building (located at 1661 N. Walker Street) was officially completed on Monday evening, October 7th.  The building was sold to the North Point Educational Service Center after their Governing Board took action on Monday evening to approve a purchase agreement already approved by the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education.

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Candidates Night features youth and experience

Running unopposed in Ward 4, Gabe Below

The Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce and the Business and Professional Women sponsored Candidates Night at the Elk’s Lodge on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. Candidates had an opportunity to talk for five minutes, telling the voters their stories, why they wanted to run and what they would do for their communities if elected.

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Otterbein Auxiliary Annual Dinner

The Bowling Green Graduate Student Brass Quintet will be entertaining guests at Otterbein North Shore auxiliary’s annual dinner on Friday, November 1. The event begins at 6:00 pm and is open to the public. The $12 cost of the dinner will be prepared by the Otterbein dietary staff, who just received the 2013 Award of Merit for Full Menu Food Service Operations from the Ottawa County Health Department.  This is an outstanding accomplishment, because they were chosen out of all full menu restaurants and kitchen operations in Ottawa County to receive this distinguished award.  Reservations can be made by calling 269-358-0111 or 419-798-8203.

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Tony and Janeane Cipiti dedicate time to beautify downtown Port Clinton

Pictured left to right: Brad Hickman, PC Chamber Ambassador; David Slosser, OCCF Board; Lee Vivod, Chamber Board; Dr. Derrill Hablitzel, OCCF Vice-President; Tony Cipiti; Janeane Cipiti; Julie Quayle, OCCF Board; Joy Roth, OCCF President; John Madison, OCCF Treasurer; Mary Coffee, OCCF Board; Tracy Colston, City of Port Clinton Safety Service Director; Marcia Jess, OCCF Secretary; City Councilwoman Nicole DeFreitas; Karin Messner; Laura Schlachter, PC Chamber and Main Street PC; Suzanne Richards; and Dave Amarante, PC Chamber Ambassador.

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Zombie Pub Crawl and Ball Oct. 26

Downtown Port Clinton will welcome zombies from all shuffles of undead on Saturday, Oct. 26. Everyone will be encouraged to make a zombie version of their favorite costume and join in on Main Street Port Clinton’s Zombie Pub Crawl and Ball presented by Heineman Distributing from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 

The first 100 tickets sold will receive a free Zombie t-shirt.  Tickets can be purchased for $10 at Main Street’s office or any of these participating pubs: Bait House, Kokomo Bay, Mango Mamas, McCarthy’s, Mr. Ed’s, Papa Jimmies, Rosie’s and Slater’s. 

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Port Clinton Boys soccer defeats Edison

Port Clinton Boys soccer team hosted Edison Thursday night. It was the last regular season game for 2013. PC won by a score of 5 to 1. The goals were scored by Simon Shulz (2), Nathan Stubblefield (2) and Will Mercurio (1). Assists were provided by Nathan Stubblefield (1) and Josh Brown (1). Tytan Rumball had 9 saves in goal. 

Port Clinton’s regular season record ended at 11-5-0 overall and 7-3-0 for the conference.

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East Harbor Halloween Campout

This weekend, Oct. 11 and 12, East Harbor State Park is hosting its annual Halloween Campout. East Harbor’s Halloween Campout is the biggest Halloween celebration in all of the state parks in Ohio. Almost all of the 574 campsites are full and some of the campsites have been booked six months in advance. This is the last weekend for the event that, because of popular demand, now runs for two weekends. Saturday morning campers will have a sausage gravy and biscuit breakfast available from 8-9:30 a.m. After breakfast the family fun begins:

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