Main Street PC awards $15,000 in downtown grants

Main Street Port Clinton awarded $15,000 to downtown building owners and business owners to improve their property, positively influence economic growth and enhance aesthetic appeal to historic downtown.  Main Street Port Clinton is pleased to announce the grant recipients of the Downtown Improvement Grant program:


What Line Should I Use?

Evan with a 29 inch walleye.

Most, if not all, people who troll for walleye use a book that we refer to as “The Troller’s Bible”. No, it’s not a religious document, but it can give you that feeling of angels singing when the information held within its pages is utilized and you’re rewarded with a nice plump walleye tugging on the end of your line. 

The book I’m referring to is called “The Precision Trolling Book” by authors Mark Romanack, Dr. Steven Holt and Tom Irwin.


The Battle of Lake Erie

“Perry’s Victory on Lake Erie (1814)”, by Thomas Birch, now on display at the Toledo Museum of Art.

For Monday’s re-enactment of the Battle of Lake Erie, following is a list of ships and those they will be portraying:


Barbershop Quartet “Recycled” performs at Ida Rupp Library

Stombaugh, Engler, Williams and Carlo of Recycled

Thursday, Aug. 29, the barbershop quartet Recycled performed at the Ida Rupp Public Library. Spectators formed a circle in the front of the library and more people gathered after being drawn by the music. Quartet members Ted Stombaugh, tenor, from Findlay; Lou Engler, lead, from Port Clinton; Ted Williams, bass, from Belleview; and Maury Carlo, baritone, from Fremont all meet and practice in Fostoria. Engler said they decided to call themselves Recycled because they have all been in other quartets. The senior barbershop four sing in contests and at events.

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