Volleyball court

On behalf of the fifth and sixth grade girls who are practicing to keep up their volleyball skills, we would like to extend a thank you to Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone and the Port Clinton city employees who cleaned up the volleyball court at Waterworks Park and made it a better place for the girls to practice.


Port Clinton High School Blood Drive collects 43 units

Future Professionals in Medicine (FPM) members at Port Clinton High School
held their annual Red Cross Blood drive on Wednesday, Oct.3. There were 43 units of blood collected, including five double red units. Mrs.
Natalie Twarek, FPM Advisor, reported that it was a successful day. American Red Cross and PCHS Future Professionals in Medicine have partnered to host two blood drives each year since the 1970’s. The next
blood drive at PCHS will be held on March 27, 2013.


CASA announces 2012 Stars Dance

Board President Jim Barney, assisted by dancing coach Debbie Hymore-Tester, announced the line-up of stars for the fifth annual “Ottawa County Stars Dance for CASA” fund-raising event.


Rockets hold Tigers in check, win 27-14

    Despite outplaying Huron significantly in the first half, Oak Harbor, because of several miscues, among them a fumble at the Tigers five-yard-line with a chance to push the lead to 14-0, had just a 7-6 lead at halftime.

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