Sue Skulina wins Historical Society drawing

Mar 26, 2024 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

Sue Skulina visits Union Chapel Museum to collect her prize for winning the Catawba Island Historical Society’s 2024 St. Paddy’s Day drawing. (Submitted photo)

Catawba resident, Sue Skulina, will soon be visiting Port Clinton’s only entertainment venue with a Gaelic moniker. She won the Catawba Island Historical Society (CIHS) St. Paddy’s Day 2024 drawing. Her prize was a $100 gift certificate to be enjoyed at McCarthy’s Irish Pub in downtown Port Clinton.

Sue and her husband, Fred, moved to Catawba’s Cliffs neighborhood from Findlay in 2017. They have held an annual Historical Society membership since the society opened Catawba Museum at Union Chapel in 2018.

Entered in the drawing were more than 150 Historian and Curator members of CIHS who pay annual dues of $25 and $100 respectively. Including “Lifetime” and “Sponsorship” memberships, total Historical Society membership exceeds 300 individuals, families, businesses and other organizations.

Revenue from membership dues helps cover the Historical Society’s cost of operating Catawba Union Chapel Museum which is located in a former Sunday school and non-denominational house of worship. The building was constructed in 1888. Today it is dedicated to preserving, protecting and displaying artifacts linked to local heritage. It is open from mid-May to mid-October, and there is no charge for admission. More information about joining the Historical Society is available at

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