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Handbell choir performs for Quarter ceremony

The Immaculate Conception Parish Children’s Handbell Choir performed at last weekend’s Perry’s Victory quarter release at Put in Bay. The quarter is the 17th in the U.S. Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters Program, which honors national parks or other national sites in each state, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories.

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PCHS NHS Adopt-a-Road

Port Clinton High School National Honor Society held their clean up on Gill Road this past Sunday as part of their Adopt-a-Road campaign. PCHS students pictured from left to right: Row 1-Jimmy Olsen, Ian Kyle; Row 2-Leah Evans, Hannah Sarty, Lacy Hepp, Isaac Akins, Rachel Chapman; Row 3-Sam Miller, Molly Haberman, Matthew Fillmore.

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OCIC recognizes business leaders

Each year, the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation recognizes outstanding companies and individuals that have demonstrated success in business and have contributed to the growth and vitality of Ottawa County.

Awards are given in categories for small business (1 to 25 employees), medium business (26 to 100 employees) and large business (101 plus employees), business of the year, Bill Mack business leader, economic development partner, personal achievement, entrepreneur of the year, and volunteer of the year. A committee of OCIC Trustees reviewed and determined the award winners, who were honored in ceremonies on Wednesday at Camp Perry.

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