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PC boys defeat Oak Harbor

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Port Clinton Boys tennis team played Oak Harbor this week in an SBC match at home.  The Redskins won 4-1. This moved PC to 5-11 (4-7).

Noah Cross and Jeff Griffin followed up their district qualifying weekend with easy wins at one and two singles.  Simon Shultz debuted at three singles and won handily.  Ellis Adolph and Cameron King could not keep their early momentum going, losing in a tough three set match.  Tristan Auxter and Dean Colston powered through a comeback from Ben David and Ryan Johnson in the middle of the first set to take the win at second doubles.

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Fifth graders meet their PCHS NHS pen pals

Christian Owen and Michaella Kohlman with their NHS pen pal Amber Wuersig. 

Members of PCHS National Honor Society corresponded with grade 5 students at Bataan Intermediate Elementary during the school year.  Letter writing is part of the grade 5 Language Arts curriculum and NHS members serve as role models to the younger students. On Monday, May 12, the pen pals finally met face to face for an afternoon of fun at Bataan Memorial Intermediate. After meeting for treats in the cafeteria, all the students had fun on the playground. More pictures are at pccsd.net or  facebook.com/portclintonschools.

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Art Walk returns to Historic Downtown Port Clinton

A vendor from a 2013 art walk.

One of Port Clinton’s newest, fun traditions is back. Beginning May 22, Art Walk, the free family-friendly downtown art celebration, will be held the fourth Thursday of each month from 5-8 p.m.

In 2013 the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC), Historic Downtown Port Clinton, art galleries and venues united to form Art Walk as a means of promoting both art and downtown businesses. Once a month, a growing crowd gathered to browse art in the galleries and businesses and on the sidewalks, stroll from store to store, grab a bite to eat in one of the restaurants, and listen to live music.

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