Port Clinton News

ICS says thank you

The students and staff of Immaculate Conception School have a lot to be thankful for and are truly counting their blessings. Because of the generosity of many people in the community, the school’s 28th annual “Happy Birthday” Auction was a huge success. The spirit of the event was full of laughter, good food, friendship, and most of all the love of a school and its children. The school auction truly is a vital lifeline in the providing of necessary funds needed to continue providing a faith filled education in Port Clinton, Ohio. Whether you donated an item or a service, gave a cash donation, bought a raffle ticket, or attended the event itself, we send our heartfelt thank you. 

Without the generosity of our community, our local businesses, our parishioners, and our school families, the success of this event would not have been possible. Immaculate Conception School is proud to be a part of the Port Clinton Community and will continue to serve in any way it can to give back because a “small act really does make a difference”. From Immaculate Conception school, we say thank you and God Bless you!

Friends of Immaculate Conception School


National Honor Society Adopt-a-Road

Hannah Kneisley, Noah Cross, Shelby Gerwin, David Saunders, Tarrynn Edgefield, Michael Lay, Hannah Sarty, Allie Schroeder, Ty Gallogly, Molly Haberman, Chelsea Volmer. Front row: Tiffany Colston, Ian Kyle

Port Clinton High School National Honor Society collected trash on Sunday, April 27, for their semi-annual Adopt-a-Road campaign. They collected about 40 lbs. of trash along Gill Rd.


Electrify Your Strings dream tour is coming to Port Clinton

Recording artist, producer, inventor, music education advocate, Emmy-winning composer and founding member of the internationally acclaimed Trans Siberian Orchestra, Mark Wood, is coming to Port Clinton on May 8 and 9. 

Sponsored by Port Clinton Music Boosters, the Mark Wood Experience/Electrify Your Strings workshop is coming to the Port Clinton City Schools Orchestra Program, to work with the students and engage them in a two day workshop. Wood’s goal is to “ignite their passions and inspire students to open their minds and unlock their potential”. At the end of the workshop Mark Wood, along with the students, will perform at an evening concert on Friday, May 9, at 7 p.m. at the Port Clinton City Schools Performing Arts Center. 

Tickets are available pre-show by contacting Kristina Aukerman at 419-734-2147, ext. 7, or the night of the concert or at the box-office the day of the show. Ticket prices are $10 for students and senior citizens, $20 for adults. Children under 4 are free, and required to sit on an adult lap. Cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are accepted.

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