Senior King & Queen of Pemberville Fair 2013 Ed and Lois Wozniak
The Ottawa County Board of Elections will soon be mailing out yellow postcards to residents in Port Clinton Precinct 1B, Precinct 2B, Precinct 3B and, Precinct 4B, informing voters of new precinct assignments and new polling locations. These changes will take effect immediately, and impact not only the upcoming election on Nov. 5, but all future elections until further notice.
GenoaBank, a locally owned, independent, community bank, today announced Blair Skilliter’s appointment as new Mortgage Loan Originator.
“We expect GenoaBank and our customers to benefit greatly from Blair as a new Mortgage Loan Originator,” said Martin P. Sutter, GenoaBank’s President and CEO. “He is eager to serve the community with personal attention and mortgage lending needs.”
Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District announces its 2013 Fish Sale. Area pond owners have the opportunity to stock their ponds with fish through this convenient and low-cost program until Friday, Sept. 27. The fish are supplied by Fender’s Fish Hatchery, Baltic, Ohio. Their tank truck, with aerator, will distribute the ordered fish on Thursday, Oct. 3rd in the afternoon. Fish available are: Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Fathead Minnows, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Redear Sunfish and White Amur.
Family Ministry Campmeeting begins Sunday morning, Aug. 25th at 10:30 a.m. and Monday through Wednesday at 7 p.m. nightly at Erie Shores Assembly of God in Port Clinton with Pastor Eric Hamp.
Why hello Gulf of Mexico... We've been waiting a long time to see you and we are finally here!
Bataan Primary Elementary held Kindergarten and New Student Orientation on Tuesday, Aug. 20. Here Judy Johannsen, Port Clinton City Schools, scans Isabelle Auvil's finger for the cafeteria biometric system that works via finger scan.
Frank Moravcik and his great polka band have been helping the VFW Post 7572 Ladies Auxiliary Fight for the Cure since 2000. Ohio District 9 Post 7572 President Debbie Garrard and members of the Ladies Auxiliary are dedicated to the cancer program. The third Saturday of August with Frank’s music and dancing is a fun way to fight for the cure.
The talk around PC these past few weeks has been the proposed development in Water Works Park. Two weeks ago Mike Rose and his team presented their concept for revitalizing the city at a packed public meeting at the Elks Lodge.
On Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10-2 p.m.at the Community Markets parking lot on Maple Street in Port Clinton the Humane Society of Ottawa County will host a “Raining Cats and Dogs” fundraiser. In addition to a K-9 demonstration, face paintings, and “Puppy Chow”, all school-age children (including college students) bringing a pet supply item for the dog house will receive an entry per item for a drawing for a$25 back-to-school gift card.