Carl Koebel admires the medal of Dick Sneary, a Kiwanian for more than 50 years.
State Representative Mike Dovilla (R-Berea), chairman of the Ohio House Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight, this week convened a field hearing on the implementation of TourismOhio as a result of Senate Bill 314 from the 129th General Assembly. Following the hearing, Chairman Dovilla released the following statement and key findings of the committee:
Members of the community are invited to give input on the Human and Financial Environment (Organization) and Economic Environment (Economic Restructuring) components of the Downtown Revitalization Plan at a meeting at City Hall on Oct. 3 at 7 p.m.
An excerpt from the Village Mission Statement states “to enhance the quality of life in the Village through beautification programs”. Nature gave us a head start with the breath-taking views that we all share from our three shores, ie; the islands to the north, Huron and the lighthouse to the east and Sandusky Bay with Cedar Point, Bay Point and Johnson’s Island to the south.
Port Clinton Boys soccer team traveled to Willard Saturday. The final score was PC 6, Willard 2. The goals were made by Simon Shulz (3), Will Mercurio (1), Marcus Hogan (1) and Alex St. Leger (1). Assists were given by Carter Rumball (1), Jake Gulas (1) and Simon Shulz (1). Willard’s two goals came by penalty kicks. Tytan Rumball had 2 saves in goal for Port Clinton. Port Clinton had (12) shots on goal.
Ports Clinton’s record is 7-2-0 overall and 3-1-0 in conference play.
All area teams dropped decisions on Friday night.
Port Clinton lost to Genoa, 84-13.
Oak Harbor lost to Eastwood, 56-7.
Danbury lost to St. Mary’s Central Catholic, 40-14.
It has been two years since the Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy was founded and began restoration. Just recently, the PCLC came to an agreement with the city to place the restored lighthouse on the north side of derby pond in Waterworks Park. Rich Norgard, president of the PCLC, said the organization is “appreciative of the city and in particular Mayor Leone for working with the conservancy to place the lighthouse in a place that’s mutually acceptable.”
The Port Clinton Elementary Parents’ Club is sponsoring a Family Getaway and Fundraiser at America’s largest indoor water park. Stay Sunday night Oct. 20 and play at the Waterpark until Monday Oct. 21. There is no school for students on the 21st due to a staff inservice day. The special rate of $119 includes 4 Waterpark passes. Additional guests are $20. Call Kalahari & mention “Port Clinton Schools” for this special rate for members of the community, family, and friends at 877-KALAHARI.
On Sunday Sept. 29th, a Taize Prayer Service will be held at Peace Lutheran Church, 900 S. Jefferson Street Port Clinton, at 7 p.m. The service will be led by Rev. Robert Butcher, pastor emeritus of Firelands Presbyterian Church, and Gregory Fox, retired choral director.