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Football Friday

All area teams dropped decisions on Friday night. 

Port Clinton lost to Genoa, 84-13.

Oak Harbor lost to Eastwood, 56-7.

Danbury lost to St. Mary’s Central Catholic, 40-14.

 

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Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy and city announce plans for lighthouse

It has been two years since the Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy was founded and began restoration. Just recently, the PCLC came to an agreement with the city to place the restored lighthouse on the north side of derby pond in Waterworks Park. Rich Norgard, president of the PCLC, said the organization is “appreciative of the city and in particular Mayor Leone for working with the conservancy to place the lighthouse in a place that’s mutually acceptable.”

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Special rate at Kalahari on Oct. 20-21

The Port Clinton Elementary Parents’ Club is sponsoring a Family Getaway and Fundraiser at America’s largest indoor water park. Stay Sunday night Oct. 20 and play at the Waterpark until Monday Oct. 21. There is no school for students on the  21st due to a staff inservice day. The special rate of $119 includes 4 Waterpark passes. Additional guests are $20. Call Kalahari & mention “Port Clinton Schools” for this special rate for members of the community, family, and friends at 877-KALAHARI.

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Taize Prayer Service on Sept. 29

On Sunday Sept. 29th, a Taize Prayer Service will be held at Peace Lutheran Church, 900 S. Jefferson Street Port Clinton, at 7 p.m. The service will be led by Rev. Robert Butcher, pastor emeritus of Firelands Presbyterian Church, and Gregory Fox, retired choral director.

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All Howls Eve Gala

Ghouls and Goblins will gather for a Masquerade Ball as the moon rises and darkness falls on October 12. The fundraising event supports Another Chance Sanctuary, a no-kill safe haven for dogs, cats and all domestic animals.

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187 combined years of volunteer service

These three exceptional men have 187 combined years of volunteer service to the Lakeside Volunteer Fire Department and are fine examples of commitment, selflessness, courage, and responsibility.  Any child or adult today would be fascinated by their stories and knowledge.

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PointFest Christian music festival at Cedar Point

Building 429

The biggest stars in Christian music will rock the stage on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Cedar Point® as the park hosts its fifth annual PointFest music festival. This fun-filled day of song and praise features Building 429, whose recent album “We Won’t Be Shaken” debuted at the top of the Billboard Christian albums chart; Gospel Music Association’s Dove Award-winning Tenth Avenue North; Dove Award and Grammy Award-winning group Third Day; and Dove Award, American Music Award, Billboard Music Award and six-time Grammy Award-winning TobyMac.

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Transitions: The End of Life Sessions

“The Elephant in the Room” is how the subject of dying is sometimes described. We all know that it’s there, but we don’t know how to talk about it. And, when it happens in our families, we struggle, sometimes more than we would need to if we had taken the time to prepare. By settling the matters of our world and making decisions ahead of time, we can create an opportunity to enter the end of our lives with greater awareness and freedom.

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Port Clinton loses to Clyde in volleyball

The Lady Redskins volleyball team was in action Thursday night against Clyde. In the Varsity game, the Lady Redskins made a comeback in game three, but it was not enough to lift them over the Fliers, as they lost in three, 25-9, 25-10, 25-17. Senior Ericka Castillo was a force in the back row for the redskins with 19 digs while being perfect on serves received. Sophomore Marissa Day was also perfect on serves received while chipping in 15 digs. Junior Taylor Zink had 7 digs for the Lady Redskins.

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