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To the Editor:

We are the proud owners of a condominium in downtown Port Clinton. Our permanent residence is only about one hour from our condo so we are able to spend a great deal of time in Port Clinton during the entire year and not just the summer. We have grown to love this small town environment and feel Port Clinton is unique because of its downtown area being on the water.  

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Community thankful for meal at Trinity United Methodist Church

For over 20 years Trinity United Methodist Church has provided a free Thanksgiving meal to the community. The tradition was started by the Lions Club and the Methodist women. The tradition continues with contributions of time and donations from all over the community. Coordinator Ginna Fall said last year they served 370 people and this year she hopes to serve around 400. “The more people the better,” said Fall. “We would love to run out of food.” Karen Reed, who is the kitchen supervisor, kept the food moving.

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National Art Instructor coming to Port Clinton

The Port Clinton Artists’ Club is sponsoring a three-day watercolor painting workshop at the Island House, 102 Madison St., featuring nationally known guest artist/instructor Mark Polomchak. The classes will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 11, 12 and 13. Polomchak’s teaching style is engaging and entertaining. He works step-by-step, so everyone will go home with a painting suitable for framing from each day of class, or Polomchak will frame it for students at the end of the day. Interested artists can view the class paintings at www.portclintonartistsclub.com where they’ll find the registration brochure under the “workshops/events” tab. This workshop is open to the public and the cost is $60 per day.  Seating is limited. For more information call Paula Hart at 419-734-5436.

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