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Danbury Community Garden

If you live in an apartment or have no space for a garden, the Danbury Community Garden offers the opportunity to have your own plot. Plots are available for individuals, or as a summer projects for a Scout groups, church group, or youth group to grow produce for the Danbury Food Pantry.  

The Danbury Community Garden is located behind (and sponsored by) St. Paul Lutheran Church, 541 Church Road, Lakeside-Marblehead.  You can pick the size of your plot, large or small.  Planting of seeds such as beans, squash, pumpkins and melons should be done by the end of April if possible.  The ground is plowed and ready to plant.  A water source is nearby.  Bring your own seeds.  Some garden tools are available. 

For more information or to reserve a plot, call 419-734-1662.

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Cub Scouts receive awards

Members of Cub Scouts Pack 361 received their advancements and awards at the 2013 Blue & Gold Banquet held March 4 at St. John Lutheran Church in Port Clinton.

The awards result from the hard work and projects the Scouts undertake over the course of the year according to the Boy Scouts of America requirements.

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Community Day May 11 at Schedel’s

The Schedel Arboretum & Gardens is hosting a free Community Day and Meet the Artists event on Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 

The SA&G is a 17 acre garden estate located in Elmore.  The nonprofit arboretum and botanical garden has been open to the public since 1991 and is home to many species of trees, plants and shrubs not commonly seen in this area. The grounds include displays of irises, peonies, roses, lilies, perennial plants and more than 12,000 annual plants and flowers each summer.

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Abbi Pitts to attend Ashland

 

PCHS Senior Abbi Pitts will continue her education and soccer career at Ashland University. Abbi is an accomplished athlete, named All SBC for two sports in one season (soccer & cross country). Her list of athletic accomplishments include:

  • Soccer: 1st Team All SBC 2011; 2012 Honorable Mention All SBC; 2011 & 2012 All District Honorable Mention; Captain 2012
  • Cross Country:1st Team All SBC  2010 & 2011; SBC Champions 2010 & 2011; 2nd Team All SBC 2012; Regional Qualifier 2011 & 2012
  • Track: SBC Champion 4 x 800 2012; Regional Qualifier 2011 & 2012

 

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Kindergarten screening at PC schools

Destiny Wallace, Kindergarten student at Bataan Memorial Primary, completes a lesson on a tablet in Mrs. Morgan Siefke’s classroom. "ScootPad" is an application that tests students to see how they are progressing on kindergarten skills and concepts, important skills such as knowing where the front of the book is, knowing which sounds letters start with and kindergarten math skills like number sense.

Port Clinton City Schools has kindergarten screening for next year on April 22–25. Call 419-732-2102 for an appointment.

More pictures are online at www.pccsd.net or the district Facebook page.

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Women’s golf leagues starting

On Tuesday, May 7, a 9 hole women’s golf league will begin at Oak Harbor golf course. Tee off is at 9 a.m. For more information, call Sandy Carpenter at 419-734-0665 or the course at 419-898-1493.

On Monday, May 6, a womens 18 hole golf league will be starting at Woussickett golf course. Tee time is 9:30 a.m. There will be a short meeting at 8:30 a.m. For more information call Joanne Kelley 419-797-2184 or the course at 419-359-1141.

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Ciao Bella Ristorante Italiano opens April 16

Mel and Barb Ayers announce the April 16 opening of Ciao Bella Ristorante Italiano, their newest restaurant offering in the Port Clinton area. Located at 3880 Harbor Light Landing Drive off of State Route 53 in Harbor Light Landing, an open-air entertainment destination, Ciao Bella will be open year round for both lunch and dinner.

Expanding on their successful Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi restaurants in Port Clinton and Perrysburg, the Ayers bring Ciao Bella and first-class Italian cuisine to the communities of the North Coast. Ciao Bella is a 5,000 square foot restaurant seating 165 diners. It offers a full service bar and lounge, outdoor waterside dining, traditional Italian cuisine and an extensive international wine list. The décor features rustic Italian influences.

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Water levels in Lake Erie predicted to stay low

The April 3 report from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) states that the water level of Lake Superior is 3 inches below its level of one year ago, while Lake Michigan-Huron is 15 inches lower.  Lake Erie has levels 17 inches lower than a year ago.  Over the next month the water level of Lake Erie is expected to increase 4 inches. 

Keith Kompoltowicz, Chief of Watershed Hydrology for the Corps of Engineers district office in Detroit, said that the seasonal rise of Lake Erie is predicted as “9-11 inches below the long term average, and two inches lower than in 2012.”

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Salvation Army accepting applications for Camp NEOSA

The Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA this year is June 19-24. The camp program is provided to the first 40 children ages 6-12 who register. A $25 registration fee will be charged this year. Transportation is provided.  

Camp NEOSA is made possible by funding through local contributions from residents and businesses. Due to the generous funding, they are able to offer a weeklong camp experience to forty applicants this year.

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Spring on the north coast

Confused daffodils set to bloom had second thoughts after Wednesday’s hail and rain storm. According to Ernie Isaac at the Port Clinton Sewage Treatment Plant, we had .52 inches of rain before midnight on Wednesday, and between midnight and 8 a.m. Thursday another .6 inches, for a total of 1.1 inches of rain in the past 24 hours, and counting. Stay warm and dry.

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