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Port Clinton Lady Redskins improved their record to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the SBC with a 4-1 win at St. Mary’s Thursday afternoon.
Magruder Hospital’s VIP Club is planning a one-day trip to the Hartville Flea Market on Thursday, Sept. 27.
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge invites the public to experience the wonders of Ohio’s wildlife and their habitats up close in September.
PC Seniors will host their annual "Chili & Soup Cook-off" from 4-6:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Port Clinton Senior Center, 320 E. Third Street, Port Clinton.
Joyce Murphy, President of the Ottawa County Republican Women's Club, announces that on the evening of Monday, Sept. 17, the Republican Women's Club will have their Fall Event at the Port Clinton Elks
The Port Clinton Friends of the Cemetery want to extend a huge thank you to everyone who responded to our yearly fundraising letter. Also, many thanks to the Ottawa County Community Foundation and the Stenson Fund for again finding us worthy to receive grant monies.
I need your help – more specifically Port Clinton needs your help!
I believe you all know the multi-year history associated with the City attempts to develop the area along the lake and river known as Waterworks Park.
ElderCollege of Terra Community College is a peer-led group serving mature learners 55 or older by broadening intellectual interests, physical activity and social interaction.
On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the Port Clinton High School volleyball teams will “Volley for a Cure” along with hundreds of volleyball teams across Ohio, to educate and increase awareness about breast cancer.
Fans can order T-shirts for $10 by downloading the order form at www.pccsd.net. Checks can be made out to Port Clinton City Schools, and order forms should be returned to Port Clinton High School no later than Sept. 10. Order forms will also be sent home with Port Clinton City School District students.
Fans wearing their Volley for a Cure T-shirt or pink to the game will be admitted for free. A bake sale and 50/50 drawing will also take place that evening, with all proceeds benefitting the Susan G. Koman Foundation.
This event is sponsored by the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association, the Susan G. Koman Foundation and Molten USA Inc. and dedicated to all men and women who have been touched by breast cancer, with the hope that this devastating disease will one day be cured.
The Lady Redskins will take on Clyde at the Sept. 18 games, beginning with the Freshman game at 4:30 p.m. in the PCHS Gymnasium. The JV then Varsity games will follow.
Ccontact Stephanie Meyer, varsity coach, at 419-765-0312, with any questions. The community is invited to come and cheer for the Redskin volleyball team and to help fight breast cancer by packing the PCHS stands with pink.