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Pridefest helps Wounded Warriors

Gary Rezabek, SFC US Army Retired, National Director 82nd Airborne Association and Secretary/Treasurer of the Joint Veterans commission of Cuyahoga County and Wounded Warrior Representative (pictured on the left) presents an award to Cindy Janos and Bill Mattern for organizing and hosting Pridefest. The fundraiser, held on Saturday, Aug. 31, at Marblehead Estates and Yacht Club, raised $5,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project.

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Public invited to view Port Clinton Lighthouse restoration

The Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy will host an open house at Brand's Marina this coming weekend to afford the public an opportunity to view the progress of their effort to restore the Port Clinton lighthouse. The public showing will run from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 13, and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Brand's indoor facility located at the end of West Second Street. The security gate will be open for public access during those times.

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PC defeats Clyde in soccer

Wednesday night Port Clinton boys soccer team hosted the Clyde Fliers at the stadium. The final score was Port Clinton 6,  lyde 3. The goals were produced by Josh Brown(2), Simon Shulz(3) and Carter Rumball (1). Assists were given by Josh Brown (2), Alec Ochs (1) and Carter Rumball (1). Tytan Rumball had 5 saves in goal for Port Clinton. There were 17 shots on goal by Port Clinton and Clyde had 8. 

Port Clinton’s record is currently 6-2-0 overall and 3-1-0 in the conference.

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Redskins lose to Huron in volleyball

In Varsity action Tuesday night the Lady Redskins battled but lost 3 tough matches to Huron, 25-10, 25-16, 25-17. Sophomore Sydney Alexander had 8 kills for the Lady Redskins. Sophomore Marissa Day was 28 for 29 on serve receive while chipping in 19 digs. Senior Ericka Castillo had 10 digs for the Lady Redskins while senior setter Hannah had 15 assists. The Lady Redskins are back in action Thursday night at Clyde.

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Governor Kasich speaks at Perry’s Victory Bicentennial Ceremony

Three nations’ flags flew high next to Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial on Tuesday, Sept. 10, those of Great Britain, Canada and the United States of America. Three national anthems were sung, God Save the Queen, O Canada and The Star Spangled Banner. A Native American blessing was given for the native people who had lost their lives in battle.

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