Port Clinton News

Bassett expands Do-It-Best

Mike Bassett is an incurable entrepreneur who loves new projects! A year or so ago, he was confronted with a bit of a stumper. His neighbor to the east, Newport Dry Goods was looking for more space. At the same time, he had heard from a number of his hardware customers via a customer survey that they would like to see a greater variety of products and services provided. So what is an incurable entrepreneur to do? Take the lemon, squeeze it and make lemonade of course.


PC Artists Club offers batik class

The Port Clinton Artists’ Club will offer a batik class on Saturday, May 12, at the Sutton Center, 1854 E. Perry St. The instructor is accomplished Oak Harbor artist Dee Cochran. Cochran teaches in her home studio and travel teaches throughout the Midwest. She designs her own patterns which can be viewed at her website, Students will go home with a beautiful, red hibiscus batik. 


Edgewood Manor: excellent satisfaction survey results

The Ohio Department of Health released the results of the skilled nursing facility resident satisfaction survey conducted this past winter. Edgewood Manor scored a 91 on the survey, while the State average was only 87.1. The current results demonstrate a continuing upward trend for resident satisfaction both at Edgewood Manor and other facilities in Ohio.
The residents were asked specific questions that rated their satisfaction regarding the facility’s environment, activities, administration, direct care/nursing assistants, laundry, meals, dining, social services and therapy, as well as general satisfaction. The number of residents interviewed and which residents are interviewed are determined by the Ohio Department of Health.
Edgewood Manor Executive Director, Lori Lieb-Opfer is extremely pleased with the results.

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