The Free community feast is scheduled for Thanksgiving Day.
The Ottawa County Democratic Party Central Committee will meet on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in the activities room of the Riverview Care Center (Ohio 163 between Oak Harbor and Port Clinton) to vote on interim appointments to the Ottawa County Recorder position and the Ottawa County Clerk of Courts position.
Otterbein North Shore recently facilitated an empowerment drum circle for members of a Red Hat group. Members of the group from Oak Harbor are Ann Loehtzki, Linda Hartigan, Diana Sorg and Julie Weyandt and from Fremont Beth Witt. Witt said, “Thanks for the wonderful drumming circle experience. It was unique, intriguing, fun and exhilarating! Let me know if you decide to offer this on a monthly basis. I'm sure we could fill the room with drumbeats!”
The Jessie Schenk Memorial Turkey Chase will be held on Saturday, Nov. 24, starting at 10 a.m. at Catawba Island Club Fitness Center, Port Clinton.
At the Harvest Festival this year in downtown Port Clinton, Magruder Hospital employees hosted a pancake breakfast and are donating all of the funds they raised toward the hospital's oncology renovation.
Medicare open enrollment gives beneficiaries the chance to review their health and prescription drug coverage for the coming year. Changes can be made between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7. To stay with the same coverage, nothing needs to be done.
In Ottawa County’s contested races in the Nov. 6 General Election, Jo Ellen Regal, Mark Stahl and Steve Arndt are running to fill two County Commissioner seats.
In late October Angela and Randy Long of Catawba were at Hidden Harbor Marina and were amazed to see pelicans on West Harbor. Angela reported, “It was fantastic! We are avid bird watchers, and never thought we would see pelicans here!”