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Career Day at PCMS

Port Clinton Middle School Language Arts Teacher, Ms. Kerry Fial, invited some professionals to her classroom for a career day.  A member of the Army, a firefighter, a lawyer and a flight nurse all came to share what they do for a living and the courses that were helpful to their career.  Here, Dan Fial, flight nurse shares how he uses math, language arts and science in his job on a daily basis.  Thank you to Dan Fial (flight nurse), Matt Riggle (firefighter), Brent Ingle (U.S. Army), and Ryan Garman (attorney) for visiting with PCMS students.  

See more pictures in the photo album at www.pccsd.net.

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Hogs and dogs June 6 and 7

Hogs and Dogs will be held in the parking lot Of Kym Botson’s Allstate Agencies’ Port Clinton/Catawba office on Friday, June 6, and Saturday, June 7, in celebration of Ohio Bike Week.

Bring your hog or bring your dog. Hot dogs will be on the grill and free to all 12-6 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. In addition to hot dogs and cold beverages, information on motorcycle safety and insurance discounts will be available.

The Botson Allstate Agencies' Port Clinton/Catawba office is located at 3979 Knoll Crest Drive in the Knoll Crest Plaza at SR 53 and SR 163.

Later this month The Botson Agencies will be celebrating their fifth anniversary in Port Clinton/Catawba, along with their fourth year as an Allstate Premier Service Agency. 

For more information on Hogs and Dogs and on motorcycle safety and insurance discounts, contact The Botson Agencies at 419.301.9193 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Port Clinton High School Government Day

PCHS Government student, Ashlynn Slauterbeck, works with City Treasurer Edna Hansen as part of Student Government Day.  High School students shadowed government officials for the day. 

Some students in Mr. Greg Scalf’s Government Classes had the opportunity to learn, first hand, what life is really like as a public official.  On May 13, students spent a portion of the day with City Officials and learned about the requirements and responsibilities of their positions.  

Mayor Vince Leone had assistance from PCHS students Allesandria Dracka and Jack Warner.  Sabrina Webster and Jesse Escobedo spent the morning with Fire Chief Kent Johnson learning about all the responsibilities of the local Fire Department.  With the help of Judge Hany, Rich Gillum and George Wilbur, along with other officials, students had a mock trial during the day.  Police Chief for the day, Keegan Lowe, even arrested defendants Eryn Binder and Kassidy Mahler during their lunch at Port Clinton High School!  

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