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PC boys open season with victory over Bellevue

PC's Nathan Stubblefield hoists up a 3-pointer against Bellevue

After falling behind nine points midway thru the first quarter, the Redskins rallied to take the lead into halftime before pulling away from Bellevue in their 55-48 victory over the Redmen last weekend. The win, which puts Port Clinton at 1-0, saw the Skins outscore Bellevue (0-1), 15-6, in the second quarter to take a 22-17 lead at halftime before the Redmen responded by cutting the deficit to 36-35 at the end of three.

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The Compassionate Friends participating in Worldwide Candle Lighting Dec. 8

The death of a child is devastating and it’s important to the family that the child always be remembered. That’s why members of The Compassionate Friends of Ottawa County (TCF) will participate in an annual worldwide event designed to honor the memories of all children, regardless of age, who have died. The chapter is joining Sunday, Dec. 8, with hundreds of organized memorial services around the world for The Compassionate Friends 17th annual Worldwide Candle Lighting, an event now believed to be the largest mass candle lighting in the world.

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United Way Port Clinton program receives national award

 

In November United Way of Greater Toledo submitted an application to the Duke CASE Change Academy to expand their Cradle to Career work to create a community wide mentorship program here in Ottawa County.  This was a national competition to receive consultative services from Chip and Dan Heath, best-selling authors of Decisive, Switch, and Made to Stick. Tuesday morning the Heaths’ Change Academy announced that the Ottawa County Cradle to Career program was one of their six selections. 

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