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Coulda Woulda performing at Riverfront Live!

Over the past 20 years, two musicians — Chase Elliott and Frank Schmenk — have collaborated throughout Erie County and are now together as Coulda Woulda. They will perform at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Riverfront Live! — the free summer concert series sponsored by Main Street Port Clinton. The show will take place under the canopy at North Jefferson Street with the Portage River as the backdrop.
For a complete schedule of performers for the summer season, go to www.historicportclinton.com.

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Ottawa County Fair names art winners

Ottawa County Fair School Art Exhibit ribbons were issued to the following students throughout Ottawa County. The School Art Exhibit is coordinated through the efforts of B. Jean Fanning and Sandra Butzin from North Point Educational Service Center and with the support of the Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents (Diane Kershaw/Guy Parmigian, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local; Patrick Adkins, Port Clinton City;  Daniel Parent, Danbury Local; Dennis Mock, Genoa Area Local; Douglas Crooks, North Point E.S.C.; and John Fernbaugh/Linda Bringman, Woodmore Local).

R.C. Waters Elementary
• First — Reagan Schultz, second grade
• Second — Ripley St. Clair, second grade
• Third — Paige Favro, kindergarten

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Local students participate in Pinning Ceremony

Fourteen Bowling Green State University Firelands College students will participate in a pinning ceremony Aug. 5 for earning their associate of applied science degrees in radiologic technology.
“We are proud of our graduates who have completed the program and have chosen to work in an admirable profession for the delivery of healthcare,” said BGSU Firelands Radiography Program Director Sylvia Fedro.
The graduates have completed a rigorous program that included a two-year clinical internship and they have earned the right to take the national examination of American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

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