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Furry Paws and Fancy Stuff now open

“The grand opening of Marblehead’s newest place to pamper your pet has opened with a flourish thanks to The Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce,” said owner Cheri Cunningham. She has been grooming dogs and cats since March 6 at the storefront located in the Cube Smart Strip Mall located between Canoe Club Restaurant and Fort Firelands at 5681 E. Harbor Road. 
“Neighboring businesses have been very kind and supportive,” said Cunningham, “I can’t say enough kind words about Iris at Golden I Jewelry and Design and Jeanette Cox in the Cube Smart Office. The Peninsula Chamber goes out of its way to publicize and spread the word about any effort to enhance shopping and convenience here in the area.”

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Dean’s List — Terra State Community College

Students receiving academic honors and named to the Dean’s List at Terra State Community College for Spring Semester met the requirements for this honor by carrying 12 or more credit hours and achieving a grade point average of at least 3.50. Locals are:
• Elmore — Ruben Cardenas and Cortney Trebus
• Genoa — Richard Tapia
• Marblehead — Natalie Holmes, Jennifer Morgan and Nathaniel Phelps  



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Otterbein honors those who give back

Otterbein Homes President and CEO, Jill Hreben, along with Otterbein North Shore Executive Tom Keith, recently bestowed special recognition to individuals and companies who have gone above and beyond to support the mission of the retirement community.
Port Clinton resident, Kim Jones, was named Employee of the Year for her “efficiency, honesty, patience, dependibility and general good humor.” As business office manager, Jones is responsible for maintaining daily office operations and managing Human Resources.
Lakeside resident Joyce Edwards was named Community Volunteer of the Year, for her “years of lovingly and faithfully” escorting ladies from Assisted Living to the beauty shop every Wednesday morning.
For the second year, Beth Infield was honored as Resident Volunteer of the Year for her enthusiastic work throughout the community. It’s not unusual to see Infield passing out mail or in the dining room with a colorful apron on assisting the dietary staff.

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