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Summer Earth Camps a big success

The OSS Joint Solid Waste Management District sponsored the sixth annual “Earth Camp” in Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca counties during the month of June. More than 180 students entering grades 1-6 in the three-county district attended the one-day camp that offered fun activities on recycling topics and lessons on the importance of our natural resources. Camps were held on different days at Lakeview Park in Port Clinton, Conner Park in Fremont and Meadowbrook Park in Bascom.
Campers were separated into three groups: Planet Protectors, Go Green Gang and Recycling Rock Stars and each group rotated through stations. Team flags were made and carried with pride to each session during the camp.

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Appetite for the Arts to be held in new aviation jewel

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council will celebrate the annual “Appetite for the Arts” Aug. 17-19 at the new Liberty Aviation Museum located at the Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport.
Friday evening will be a ticketed reception that will give art lovers a sneak preview of art, antique cars and aircraft. As guests stroll through the aisles viewing the art and speaking with the artists, they will taste the culinary delights of area vendors.
Saturday and Sunday admission will be free to the public. For information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Duck Drop, Chemo Crawl coming up

Going to the island or need a day at Monsoon Lagoon to cool off? Then support the American Cancer Society by purchasing a duck for the second annual Duck Drop to be held at 11 a.m. Aug. 18 at Monsoon Lagoon.  Your $10 duck purchase will give you a choice of a one-day Waterpark Pass to Monsoon Lagoon or a Round Trip Ferry Ticket to Put-in-Bay on the Miller Boat Line. All ducks will be dropped into the lazy river at Monsoon Lagoon and the first to finish wins the grand prize of $700. Second is $500 and third will be $300 worth of local gift certificates.  Last year it took 4 minutes for the ducks to race around the lazy river.

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