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Results for meet held Nov. 26, 2013

Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay

1, Port Clinton High School 'A' (Cheyenne Meek SR, Allie Schroeder JR, Mckenzie Stine JR, Taylor Steyer SO), 2:01.40. 

2, Port Clinton High School 'B'  (Emily Shaw SO, Alayne Herevia SR, Alysia Zoeller JR, Natalie Gottron FR), 2:15.75. 

3, Port Clinton High School 'C' (Abby Sharkey FR, Abbey Weldon FR, Sammy Schroeder SR, Marisa Oftedal JR), 2:15.93. 

4, Port Clinton High School  'D' (Allison Cline SO, Miranda Herevia , Meghan O'Neal SR, Hannah Roberts FR),  2:25.90. 

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Waterworks Park

To the Editor:

We are the proud owners of a condominium in downtown Port Clinton. Our permanent residence is only about one hour from our condo so we are able to spend a great deal of time in Port Clinton during the entire year and not just the summer. We have grown to love this small town environment and feel Port Clinton is unique because of its downtown area being on the water.  

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B-C-S Board Honors Lady Rocket Soccer Team

2103 Lady Rockets soccer team

The November 19th B-C-S Board of Education meeting opened with a flurry of accolades and pride as the B-C-S Board honored the achievements of the Lady Rocket Soccer Team.  The Lady Rocket Varsity Soccer Team made it to the regional state playoffs—the “final four” in the state. To get there, the Lady Rocket Soccer squad won their 6th consecutive Sandusky Bay Conference (SBC) championship. The team was the first SBC soccer team to make it to regional playoffs.  Director of Athletics Drew Grahl presented Board of Education Commendations on behalf of the Board to the following: Eiriel Davis, Paige Velliquette, Mackenzie Auger, Addie Barton, Brittany Watkins, Maddy Rathbun, Noelle Petersen, Ivy Martin, Nikki Weis, Hannah Hess, Allyson Croy, Karis DeWalt, Mikenzie Blunt, Amanda Hetrick, Emma Barney, Emaily Kamann, Emily Winters, Gillian Allen, Emily Bloom, Alexa Weis, Tessa Tyburski, Chrislyn Stevenson, along with Coach Renee Goldstein, Coach Shannon Buder, and Team Bus Driver Sue Weidner. 

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Otterbein North Shore offers a Christmas shopping trip on Thursday, Dec. 12th

Otterbein North Shore Lifestyle Community will sponsor a fun shopping trip to well-known NW Ohio communities. The date for the trip is Thursday, Dec. 12th. Cost for the trip is only $25 per person and includes a complimentary breakfast buffet prepared by Executive Chef Ron LaPointe.  Breakfast will be served at Otterbein North Shore in the Hearth from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. After breakfast everyone will board the charter bus and travel west to The Holly Jolly Christmas Shop in West Unity, Sauders Village, The Barn Restaurant & Candy Cane Shop in Archbold, and finally, afternoon shopping at historic Grand Rapids, home of the annual Apple Butter Festival. The bus will arrive back at Otterbein North Shore by 6:30 p.m.  Space is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information and to register for the trip, call Jo Ann Franks at 419-798-8254.

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Deck the Halls Christmas Open House at Otterbein North Shore

A Christmas open house will be held at Otterbein North Shore Senior Lifestyle Community on Saturday, Dec. 14th from 2-4 p.m. Executive Chef Ron LaPointe will create an amazing buffet of savories and sweets of the season, along with an afternoon of music, holiday decorations and a nativity walk. The decorated model patio home will be open for visitors.  No reservations are necessary, but if you need more information about the event, call Jo Ann Franks at 419-798-8254.  

Additional information regarding Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices is available at www.otterbein.org or by calling 1-888-513-9131.

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Oak Harbor American Legion provides meal for veterans and community

The Oak Harbor American Legion provided a Thanksgiving meal that was not only served to the veterans of the area but to community members as well. Tom Decant, organizer of the event, has been involved with the Thanksgiving meal for five years. People came from Oak Harbor, Port Clinton, Fremont and other surrounding areas to enjoy the meal. The American Legion also delivered meals to people who couldn’t make it in to the Legion Hall.

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Community thankful for meal at Trinity United Methodist Church

For over 20 years Trinity United Methodist Church has provided a free Thanksgiving meal to the community. The tradition was started by the Lions Club and the Methodist women. The tradition continues with contributions of time and donations from all over the community. Coordinator Ginna Fall said last year they served 370 people and this year she hopes to serve around 400. “The more people the better,” said Fall. “We would love to run out of food.” Karen Reed, who is the kitchen supervisor, kept the food moving.

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