Port Clinton News

Take Me Out to the Ball Game” says ICS Graduating Class

The Immaculate Conception School Fifth Graders enjoy their last weeks at ICS.  Pictured are, from right to left: Lilian Uhinck, Mitchell Coon, Garrett Hirt, Alyssa Diaz and Adrianna Hummel. 

It was not the perfect day for baseball last Wednesday as the weather didn’t fully cooperate, but that didn’t stop the ICS fifth grade graduation class and their teacher, Mrs. Jane Drusbacky, from having a great day at the Mud Hens game in Toledo. It was the 2014Mud Hens School Celebration Day at Fifth Third Field.  The Mud Hens lost to the Syracuse Chiefs. Regardless, the fifth graders had a great time at the stadium as a class. Many fun events are planned for the fifth graders as the school year winds down, in celebration of their accomplishments and their time at ICS. These students have all been together since their preschool days, making the coming weeks bittersweet for all.


Cemetery rules to be enforced to ensure a clean cemetery

The name has been removed out of respect, this is an example of a site that follows all the rules of the cemetery.

After many phone calls and Facebook posts, it was brought to the attention of the City that the condition of the cemeteries in Port Clinton were not up to par. Since then, Mayor Vince Leone has issued an apology taking personal responsibility for the problem and is doing everything he can to make the situation right.

“There was definitely an outcry from the people,” said Mayor Vince Leone, “and I appreciate that the people let me know about the conditions. To ensure that we can have a manicured, clean cemetery, we need to enforce the cemetery rules. For years the rules have been relaxed.”

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