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The Building Doctors make “building calls”

Over 40 people attended the Building Doctor Clinic held on Sept. 26 in downtown historic Port Clinton.  The clinic featured Building Doctors Justin Cook and Scott McIntosh of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office who presented a free workshop that featured guidelines for renovation projects and ways to solve some of the most common problem of buildings dating from 1800 to 1955.  In addition, ten downtown property owners received free on-site consultations. The Building Doctor Program was a project of Main Street Port Clinton’s Design Committee.

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Ribbon Cutting Held for JDM Structures

Pictured left to right: Elizabeth (Boo) Kofic; Dan (Digger) Kofic; Lee Vivod, PC Chamber Board Chair; John Rader; Kathy Yoder; Adam Yoder; Kimberly Miller; Ronald Burt; Tom Johnson; PC Chamber Ambassador; and Laura Schlachter, PC Chamber President.

The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for JDM Structures located at 2644 E. Harbor Road (SR 163) in Port Clinton on September 27.  Representatives from the Chamber’s Board congratulated JDM Structures on their grand opening and wished them many years of success!

 

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Port Clinton golfers earn SBC honors

Port Clinton Senior Joey Kurtz has earned the Sandusky Bay Conference Player of the Year Award in Boys Golf for 2013. Joey had the Lowest or Best Average of all Varsity Golfers in the League this year. He is only the 5th Player from PCHS to earn this Award. 

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PC boys defeat Perkins in soccer

Monday night Port Clinton Boys traveled to Perkins. The final score was Port Clinton 4, Perkins 2. The goals for PC were scored by Ben Heminger (1) and Simon Shulz (3). The assists were provided by Logan Hepp (1), Alec Ochs (1) and Ben Heminger(1).Tytan Rumball had three saves in goal. Port Clinton’s record is currently 9-4-0 overall and 5-2-0 in conference play.

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Oak Harbor Volleyball supports food pantry

The Athletic Department and the Oak Harbor Volleyball Team are teaming up to put food in the BCS food pantry. Anyone that brings two cans of food to the home volleyball game Thursday Oct. 3, Oak Harbor vs. SMCC, will get in free.

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Cheerios in the Pew

Friday morning my wife and I were sitting on the couch having a cup of coffee together before the kids woke up for school. Just as we had settled into our seats Rachel checked her phone for any messages. That’s when we found out that John Drummer had passed away. Our hearts both sank into the couch in disbelief.

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Port Clinton High School announces Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School Student of the Month for September is Shelby Gerwin. Shelby has been involved in numerous activities during her high school career. She has been a member of National Honor Society, Leadership Council, Freshman Mentor and International Club. In addition, she has been a four year member of the PCHS Band and Redskin Soccer Team. Outside of school, Shelby took dance lessons for 12 years.  

Next year, Shelby plans to major in Mathematics at Ohio Northern and continue her soccer career.  Shelby is the daughter of Doug and Kristen Gerwin.

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