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Main Street announces new board members and officers

At the Annual Dinner on April 10, four individuals were elected by the membership to serve on the Board of Directors for Main Street Port Clinton through the year 2017.  They are: Don Clemons with America’s Best Value for his second term; Jasmine Cupp with The Beacon for her first term; Lori Madison with the Frederick Agency for her first term; and William Moore with Erie Shoreline Properties who will serve his first term representing the Port Clinton Area Chamber.  The newly elected board members began their terms on April 1.

Jasmine, Lori, William, and Don will join the following individuals on the Board: Dana Bacak Lynd with the Civilian Marksmanship Program; Ottawa County Auditor Larry Hartlaub; Roseann Hickman with Perfect Color Hair and Tan; Resident Amy Northrop; Jim Recker with Gerner Wolf Walker Funeral Home; Aimee Slater-West with Slater’s Madison Street Pub; and Missy Walker with First National Bank.

Ex-Officio Board members include City of Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone, Port Clinton Councilman Linda Hartlaub and Duane Myers with Lake Erie Shores & Islands.

At the Annual Dinner, John Madison with the Frederick Agency was thanked for his commitment to Main Street Port Clinton for the past six years. His dedication and energy on the Board will truly be missed.

At the March Board meeting of Main Street Port Clinton, the following officers were elected with terms beginning on April 1: Roseann Hickman, President; Missy Walke, Past-President; Aimee Slater-West, Vice-President; Larry Hartlaub, Treasurer; and Jim Recker, Secretary.

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Port Clinton Easter Egg Hunt

The Port Clinton Recreation Department and Champions for Children sponsored Port Clinton’s annual Easter egg hunt at the Ottawa County Courthouse on Sunday, April 13. The Port Clinton Fire Department, Councilman Mike Snider and Tara Crump of the Port Clinton Chamber and Main Street Port Clinton also donated their time to the event.

When the courthouse clock struck 1 p.m., children accompanied with one adult took to their age specific area and the hunt was on. 

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PCMS Athletic Director Bob Polachek to receive Lifetime Service Award

Mr. Bob Polachek, Port Clinton Middle School Athletic Director, has been chosen to receive a Mac Morrison Lifetime Service Award by the Northwest District Athletic Board. The Mac Morrison Lifetime Service Award is presented to “individuals who have made noticeable contributions (in the area of athletics) to young people within the schools of jurisdiction of the Northwest District Athletic Board”.  

Port Clinton High School Athletic Director Rick Dominick said, “Bob is well respected in Port Clinton, in the Sandusky Bay Conference, Ottawa County and surrounding area for his professionalism, work ethic and dedication. He has dedicated his life to the Port Clinton community and our school system. He is the epitome of this award. ” 

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