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Snowman challenge at ICS

The snowman challenge was set by Immaculate Conception School Principal Connie Snyder. The challenge given to the students was to see which class could build the best snowman during recess.

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PORT CLINTON YACHT CLUB AWARDS

Sailing Award Winners from the 2013 Recognition Banquet at Port Clinton Yacht Club included: John Stefano, Shark Trophy; Abby Waite and Michael Leone, George Schade Memorial award for Junior Sailors of the Year; and Ramon Eickert, Fleet Captain of Sail.

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National Debt

I have been unable to comprehend how our leaders and population can accept the fact that our country can spend more money than what it is GIVEN to operate.  I repeat, what is given TO OPERATE ITS ACTIVITIES.  Our country does not earn income as it relies only what we are asked or maybe demanded to give. What a wonderful system that is presently out of control.

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Dear Ottawa County Community,

On behalf of Home Instead Senior Care, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who participated in the 2012 Be a Santa to a Senior program.  Through your generous support we were able to deliver 350 gifts to seniors in Ottawa County.  Thank you to Wal-Mart, the Rite-Aid stores in Genoa, Oak Harbor and Port Clinton and Lori Jo’s in Elmore for allowing us to put up the trees with the gift requests.  

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Dear Ottawa County,

Each year for the past several years, Home Instead Senior Care has sponsored the “Be a Santa to a Senior” program that helps to provide Christmas gifts to those seniors who would otherwise have nothing. Since it inception, Home Instead has worked with Ottawa County Senior Resources’ Home Delivered Meal program to identify those seniors in need of some special Christmas cheer!

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Danbury residents,

The holiday season brings out the best in people. Again this year Danbury Township, Lakeside and Marblehead residents and area businesses enthusiastically helped the Danbury Holiday Bureau, and provided 131 families, for a total of 419 people, with food and other necessities to brighten their lives during the Christmas season.

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Girl Scout Cookie Program has begun

It’s Girl Scout cookie time. The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-run business in the world, and it empowers girls with the strength, abilities and drive they’ll need to become accomplished women who benefit themselves, their family and the world.

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Four Oak Harbor graduates receive American FFA degree

The American FFA Degree is the highest degree of advancement in the FFA, and is achieved by only the elite members. The prestigious honor was bestowed on all four Oak Harbor/Penta FFA graduates. Achieving this honor and in attendance were Tyler Kitzler, Lanee Sandwisch, and Jackie Lacumsky; while Bret Braun was recognized though not in attendance. All four members participated in many of the chapter’s career development teams, while being actively involved in a number of school and community activities.

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Port Clinton High School Key Club recognized at Walleye Drop

On New Year’s Eve Port Clinton High School Key Club received a $500 check. The check was presented to the PCHS Key Club for their many years of service organizing the New Year’s Eve children’s fun night that is held from 4-7 p.m. The club has chosen to donate the award money to the Kiwanis International Worldwide Service Project to eliminate Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus.

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