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Put-In-Bay favorite Ray Fogg playing show at Strikers

Courtesy of rayfogg.net

As the winter blahs set in, a fixture of the summer party scene will be coming to town. Popular Put-In-Bay entertainer Ray Fogg will bring his one-man show of island fun to Fremont for a single performance at Strikers (at Plaza Lanes) on Saturday, Jan. 25. Showtime will be 9 p.m. with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Seating will be limited. Tickets are available by calling 419-332-1192.

Ray Fogg has become a favorite of islanders and tourists alike at Put-In-Bay. He performs about 50 shows on the island during the season. Cleveland’s Sun Papers said, “What attracts people to Fogg’s shows is his ability to write, and better yet ad lib, edgy comical songs and anecdotes perfectly suited to a beer-drinking crowd.”

For more information call Strikers at 419-332-1192 or Ray Fogg Productions at 216-749-3334.

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Port Clinton’s Women’s Club selected as winner of Gift of Lights

Port Clinton Women’s Club’s winning tree

Main Street Port Clinton is pleased to announce that the Port Clinton Women’s Club is the winner of the 2013 Gift of Lights. Local businesses and organizations competed to win the best decorated Christmas tree at Adams Street Park in historic downtown Port Clinton. All money raised from the voting was donated to the Oak House.

The following businesses decorated a tree: Civilian Marksmanship Program, City of Port Clinton, Compassionate Friends, Diversified Insurance, Edgewood Manor, Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council, Keith E. Fleming, Lake Erie Shores & Islands, Oliver H. Perry Lodge 341, Peace Lutheran Church, Port Clinton Artists Club, Port Clinton Women’s Club, Slater’s Madison Street Pub, and Team Devin.

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Oak Harbor boys rebound to defeat St. Joseph CC, 56-52

Behind 25 points from Andy Rathbun, the Oak Harbor Rockets rallied to defeat St. Joseph CC 56-52 in non-conference action Saturday at The Launchpad.

In a back-and-forth contest that saw momentum change hands a number of times, Oak Harbor outscored the Crimson Streaks 16-10 in the fourth quarter to stop a five-game losing streak.

The Rockets, who are now 2-5 after the win, led 13-4 after the first quarter but trailer 25-23 at the half after SJCC made a run in the second quarter. The teams battled to a 17-17 tie in third period before Oak Harbor rallied.

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Eli leads Rockets to victory

Behind 20 points from sophomore guard Athena Eli, the Oak Harbor Rockets recovered from an early deficit to defeat Woodmore 42-29 in non-conference action to improve to 7-2 on the year.

It was a breakout performance by Eli, who had yet to have a game like this all year. If she scored like this a more consistent basis, she would provide a solid third option behind Andrea Cecil and Emma Barney.

In addition to Eli's 20 points, 15 of came on three-pointers, the Rockets got nine points apiece from Barney and Cecil.

Oak Harbor trailed, 8-7, after the first quarter before outscoring the Wildcats 12-7 in the second quarter to take control of the contest. The Rockets outscored Woodmore 23-14 in the second half.

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Danbury falls to St. Joseph CC

After turning the ball over on its first five possessions and allowing St. Joseph CC to score the game's first nine points, Danbury fought back and engaged in an exciting, back-and-forth contest with the Crimson Streaks.

Ultimately, though, it wasn't enough as SJCC defeated the Lakers 66-56 in non-conference action at The Thunder Dome.

Behind a combined 42 points from seniors Ryan Williams and Hunter Harrison, SJCC (3-1) took control of the game in the third quarter before holding off a couple of Danbury rallies in the second half to hold on for the victory.

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Danbury defeats Bettsville for first win

The Danbury Lakers got their first win of the year after defeating Bettsville 73-11 in non-conference action.

Dominic Manuella had 15 points, Caleb Gerber finished with 10 and Keegan Rakosky added nin points in a game the Lakers controlled throughout.

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PC defeats Danbury in non-league action

Port Clinton's Hope Thorbahn looks to pass against Danbury

Behind a game-high 19 points and 15 rebounds from senior Tiffany Colston, Port Clinton defeated Danbury 63-16 last week in non-conference action at The Supreme Court.

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Firelands Regional Medical Center to Acquire The Giving Tree

Firelands Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce it will be acquiring The Giving Tree, a provider of mental health, drug and alcohol and behavioral health services in Ottawa County. The Giving Tree will be managed by Firelands beginning Jan. 1 and will officially become Firelands Regional Medical Center Counseling and Recovery Services of Ottawa County on April 1, 2014. Services will continue to be offered at The Giving Tree’s current locations in Port Clinton, Oak Harbor and Genoa.   

Most importantly, care provided to clients served by The Giving Tree will not see an interruption of their care during the transition. Clients will continue to be served by a local provider which receives the same local funding as The Giving Tree and operates under similar policies and procedures as The Giving Tree. 

Firelands Regional Medical Center anticipates transitioning the 35 employees of The Giving Tree over to Firelands Regional Medical Center Counseling and Recovery Services of Ottawa County. 

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Déjà vu at the Tin Goose Diner

The Harvey family during their visit at the Tin Goose Diner

Jennifer and Ryan Harvey from New Wilmington, PA were staying at Great Wolf Lodge in Sandusky with their children and decided to come to Ottawa County to visit the Erie-Ottawa International Airport. During their visit they stopped in at the Tin Goose Diner to have lunch. While they were enjoying their meal the Harveys experienced some déjà vu.

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EHOVE Adult Career Center Paramedic program graduates

L to R: Bryan Haynes (Milan), Lucas Palm (North Fairfield), Ashley Batterton (Port Clinton), Kevin Rohr (Norwalk) and Eric Christiansen (Bellevue).

EHOVE Adult Career Center would like to congratulate the graduates of their Paramedic program. Participants learn how to provide emergency medical care and transportation to the sick and injured in an emergency setting.

Lucas Palm was the class speaker and earned the Perfect Attendance Award.  Eric Christiansen received the Academic Award.

To enroll in the next Paramedic class, get more information at www.EHOVE.net or contact EHOVE Adult Career Center at 419-499-4663 x280.

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