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Organization is the Key to Success

For as long as I can remember, my grandmother used to say, “Everything has a place and everything goes in its place”. She’s gone now, but those words still echo in my head as if she were saying them to me out loud today.  

Wait a minute; this is a fishing report column. How will being organized help put more fish in the boat? The answer is simple. It won’t. But it will make your time on the water much more enjoyable and stress free. And it will greatly improve your chances of success. 

For example, let’s say you hear them chatting on the marine radio about a lure that is out producing everything else on a particular day. You know you have one on the boat, but can’t remember where you put it. If you have to spend a lot of time searching for that lure, then you’re wasting time that could be spent with baits in the water catching fish, and your stress levels will rise.

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PCHS class of 1981 reunion

The Port Clinton High School class of 1981 is holding a class reunion and 50th birthday bash on July 27 at the Harbor Room at the Catawba Island Club, Port Clinton. $25 per person for the dinner. Cocktails are at 6, with a cash bar. Reservations should be made by July 15 with Lori LaCumsky Urban at 419-307-6455.

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PCHS class of ’79 “Day at the Bay”

The PCHS Class of '79 is having their annual "Day at the Bay"on Saturday, July 13th. The class members will be taking the 11 a.m. Miller’s ferry to Put-in-Bay and will meet at Frosty's.

A pre-party will be held Friday, July 12th, at Dock's Beach House at 7 p.m. All PCHS classes are invited. For further information, contact Lori Letterhos at 419.635.5782.

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A wet month

Yes, it was a very wet June and July is starting out the same way. 

Port Clinton Water Treatment Plant reports that on July 1 we had .46” of rain. The total for the month of June was 7.09”. 

So far in 2013:

Jan-2.18”
Feb-2.03”
Mar-0.97”
Apr-3.37”
May-1.78”
Jun-7.09”

Total YTD          17.42”

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Community calendar July 4-10

Thursday July 4

Squirt Gun Star Spangled Banner Run
WHAT: 5k run/walk
WHEN: 8 a.m. registration, 9 a.m. race
WHERE: Jefferson St. Pavilion, N. Jefferson St.

Children’s Bike Parade
WHEN: 10 a.m.
WHERE: Perry Park, Lakeside
INFO: Participates are to arrive early with an already decorated bike

Fourth of July Float Parade
WHEN: 10:15 a.m.
WHERE: Perry Park, Lakeside
Central Ohio Brass Band Concert in the Park
WHEN: 6 p.m.
WHERE: Perry Park, Lakeside

Laying the Cornerstone of Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial
WHAT: American veterans attending will receive a special commemorative coin
WHEN: 2:15 p.m., followed by parade
WHERE: Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial, Put-In-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2832

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Kessler assumes gavel of the Port Clinton Rotary

Photo 8668: New Rotary President Karl Kessler presents plaque of appreciation to Past President Gary Good.

Tuesday evening at 1812 Food and Spirits Karl Kessler was sworn in by District Officer Duane Waite as the 67th president of Port Clinton Rotary. Actually, Kessler is the 66th, as he had served previously as president.

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Local business owners support American Red Cross fundraising event

Left to right standing:  Greg Peiffer, WPCR; Mike Bassett, Bassett’s Market; Matt Gottron, Happy Days Boatin; Jim Stouffer, Catawba Island Club; Amanda Staveskie, Moxie Salon & Spa; Joe Perry, Perry Rentals; John Schaffner, The Beacon; Beckett Spreng, Freedom Boat Club; Mike Callahan, Catawba Landing; Pat Reineck, Reineck Dental; Kathy Richmond, Skipper Bud’s, Cindy Amerin and Mary Jane Gibson. Row two: Amy Runge, R. J. Runge Co. Inc; Danis Putzbach and Karen Blizzard. Row one: Eric Paul and Jeff Sondles, Liberty Aviation Museum.  

Local businesses and individuals were recognized recently for their generous major contributions to this year’s American Red Cross of Ottawa County Club Red Gala. Extraordinary prizes and services have been received from community partners. The prizes will be available for auction at the Red Cross Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls of Company Red Gala on July 19.

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Riverview Healthcare Campus to host indoor patriotic parade

On Wednesday, July 3rd, at 1 p.m. Riverview HealthCare Campus near Oak Harbor is holding an indoor Patriotic Parade for their residents and the public. All are invited to attend and bring decorated wagons, trikes, strollers, buggies and riding toys.  Adults are encouraged to bring pots, pans and wooden spoons, kazoos or any type of instrument or noisemaker and to dress in any combination of red, white and blue.  Prizes and trophies will be awarded and ice cream will follow for those in the parade.

For further information, call Riverview’s information desk at 419-898-2851 or 419-732-3163 ext. 6075.

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Port Clinton Artists’ Club call for artists

Arts in the Park show Directors Barb Gaynor, Rosalie Kastelic, Club President Dee Cochran and Show Director Dave Gaynor.

The Port Clinton Artists’ Club announces Arts in the Park will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Lakeview Park in Port Clinton. Exceptional, original art is displayed and sold by nearly 120 artists coming from as far away as Florida. The show is free and open to the public. One of the oldest art festivals in Ohio, Arts in the Park continues to bring unique and original art to Ottawa County.  

The Port Clinton Artists’ Club has a few sites still open for this year’s show. All art must be originally designed and created by the artist. No wholesale or retail items are permitted. In addition to Best in Show and People’s Choice, judging will be in multiple categories including ceramics, drawing, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, textiles/fiber and wood. An application and map can be downloaded at www.portclintonartistsclub.com or interested artists can call 419-967-1484 for more information.

 

 

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Ottawa County CASA is recruiting volunteers

Ottawa County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is recruiting volunteers interested in working with and advocating for children involved in the court system. CASA volunteers are appointed by the court to do an independent investigation of the facts and people surrounding a child and be the voice of that child in the courtroom. Volunteers complete an initial 30 hour training on child development, cultural diversity, child welfare laws and requirements as well as court room procedures.

CASA is in need of additional volunteers and will begin a pre-service training in the near future.  For more information, contact Connie Cornett at 419-301-0225 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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