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GPCAAC presents Christkindl Markt

Frigid temperatures didn’t keep vendors or art goer away at the first annual Christkindl Markt

Saturday, Dec. 7, was the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council’s Christkindl Markt. Located on the corner of Second & Jefferson in the parking lot of U.S. Bank, the event housed around ten art vendors. Vendors and attendees were bundled up trying to beat the cold.

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Rocket girls win twice, improve to 4-0

Behind 33 points from Emma Barney and Andrea Cecil, the Oak Harbor Rockets raced out to an early lead and defeated Edison 49-34 in Sandusky Bay Conference action last week.

The Rockets, who are now 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the league, got off to a fast start and held a 17-8 lead after one quarter before pushing their advantage to 31-17 at the half.

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Guide to Local Activities for Children & Adults Call for Events

In 2006, Port Clinton Recreation Department and Port Clinton City Schools designed the first ever Guide to Local Activities. The guide was so well received by the local community the Guide has expanded thanks to a partnership with Magruder Hospital and the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce. The 2014 Guide is in the works and local agencies are asked to submit their entries for the guide. Submissions must be events for children and adults in the Port Clinton City School District area. The 2014 Guide will feature activities for all ages sponsored by local organizations and businesses as well as Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton City School District, Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce, and Port Clinton Recreation Department.  

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Lakers drop 2nd straight game, fall to 1-3

Despite getting 22 points from Erin Lavelle, the Danbury Lakers fell to Ottawa Hills 58-46 in Toledo Area Athletic Conference action last week.

The Green Bears, who got 16 points apiece from Olivia Van Slooten and Allie Dewire and 14 from Foster Smith, took a 14-6 lead after the first quarter and led 31-14 at halftime.

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Danbury drops first two games of the year

Dominic Manuella scored a game-high 20 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Lakers fell to Ottawa Hills 70-48.

The Green Bears, a regional finalist last season, had five players finish in doubles figures led by Geoff Beans and R.J. Coil who had 18 and 16 points. Ottawa Hills led 22-10 after the first quarter and took a 44-22 lead into the half before the teams battled to a 26-26 tie in the final two quarters.

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Wreaths Across America arrives in Catawba

Dave McDougall, Ernie Hopkins, Dennis Bahnsen, Dan Barlow and Reggie Langford greet the Wreaths Across America truck

The Wreaths Across America truck arrived in Catawba early Tuesday morning to prepare for the wreath laying event on Saturday. The public is invited to join in honoring fallen veterans for Christmas in a Wreaths Across America ceremony being held at Catawba Island Cemetery Dec. 14 at 11 a.m.

For more information on this event contact Diane Belden at 419-967-0650 or Reggie Langford at 419-265-0573.

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Port Clinton wins first two league games

Playing an inexperienced Margaretta club, Port Clinton took advantage and defeated the Polar Bears in convincing fashion, 65-25, in their first conference game of the season.

The Redskins, who led 35-18 at halftime, controlled the contest throughout. Emily Ashley led the way with 17 points and Tiffany Colston and Hope Thorbahn finished with 16 and 13 points, respectively. 

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Redskins rally, hold off Rockets late

Despite a poor first quarter that saw them score just four points, the Port Clinton Redskins rallied to defeat their arch-rival Oak Harbor 47-44 on Friday night.

Trailing 19-16 at halftime, Port Clinton (3-0, 1-0 SBC) took control of the game by outscoring the Rockets (1-2, 0-1 SBC) 23-8 in the third quarter to take a 39-27 lead heading into the final period. Stefan Daniels and Tytan Rumball led the way, scoring 18 of the team’s 23 points in the quarter.

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Waldo Pepper’s announces Nathan Gonyer as Executive Chef

Mike Miller, owner of Waldo Pepper’s, is proud to announce Nathan Gonyer as Executive Chef as of Dec, 9. Waldo Pepper’s has served the area for over four years, developing a reputation of great food all year round. Miller says that Gonyer will “expand upon our traditional favorites and make Waldo Pepper’s ‘the place to dine’.”

As a formally trained chef, Gonyer has worked with some of the top chefs in the world and has learned to mix old school and new school cooking to make his food flavorful and eye appealing. He has served as Sous Chef at both the Las Vegas Palace Station and the Las Vegas Palms Hotel.

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The evolution of Evolved

Hairstylist and Owner Lori Hornung

Lori Hornung and husband Richard have completely renovated 2108 East Harbor Rd. and have created Evolved Salon Studios. In an innovative business technique, Lori has created mini, individual salons within Evolved; Lori is the landlord and the stylists are the tenants. There are three stylist rooms and two nail rooms with handicap accessible rooms available. All stylists work their own hours and are able to set their own prices.

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