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Volume 32 Number 1 Thursday, February 13, 2014

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Tired of winter? „„ Tired of winter by now? Me too. I got a great email last week from an old friend, Randy Carson. Yes…THAT Randy Carson, former News and Sports Director at WRWR back in the late 1970s. He actually does read The Beacon online and wanted to share his amazing experience while working at WRWR during the blizzard of ’78. “It changed from rain to a blizzard in a matter of moments,” Randy told me. “All I remember is being stranded at the Radio Station for a few days with Tim (Adkins) and Bill (Beinke) using the airtime to pass along messages to people in between playing summertime music, napping under the desk when the power went out…being fed and cared for by neighbors of the radio station…ahhh…good times.” Randy is now working in Tampa, Florida, for a Research Company.

“No ice is safe ice,” said Rick Ward, a charter captain from Drawbridge Marina, “but this is the safest ice I’ve seen in my lifetime.” RICK WARD n Charter Captain, Drawbridge Marina BY JASMINE CUPP Not only has our area been busier this winter with outage workers from Davis-Besse, but the harsh winter has drawn ice fisherman to our area for the first time in years. Looking out onto the horizon of the lake amidst a sea of white, a speckling of ice shanties can be seen. According to NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, as of Feb. 10 Lake Erie had 93% ice cover. The NOAA Great Lakes Coastal Forecasting System reports that the Great Lakes as a whole are 78% covered.

Most of us don’t like shoveling or the slippery road conditions, but if there is something that a lot of area residents can agree on it’s their love of fishing. This past Saturday at Crane Creek State Park off of State Route 2 in Oak Harbor the parking lot was full of trucks and trailers; over 150 vehicles were parked while their owners were out on the lake fishing. Half of the license plates were from Ohio and half from Michigan. There were also plates from Indiana and Pennsylvania. Catawba Island State Park held a similar site--a full parking lot with a trail from the land to the lake, with the horizon spotted with little dots. Ward went on foot three miles out from Catawba Island State Park Saturday and said the ice was about 16 inches thick. Area bait stores that are open are reporting an influx

Derek Drown and AJ Wozniak of business. At Herb’s Sportsman’s Supply on NE Catawba Rd., worker Mark Evans said, “there was no winter the last few winters. Our business is definitely up. It’s not as great as summer, but it’s still pretty good.” Another place that is receiving more traffic is the ErieOttawa International Airport. Kelly Griffing from Griffing Flying Services reported an increase in trips over previous years. “It’s hard to say because of the back and forth of the weather,” said Griffing, “but I would say that we do about 12 trips a day, seven days a week. Sometimes a trip is three ice fisherman and other times it’s a flight with eight island residents. It’s all weather dependent.” The ice coverage is also bringing back childhood memories for some lifelong area residents. In 1961 a Nor’easter swept through the area and pushed the ice up and onto the land. This photo was submitted of Police Chief Bill Robel in 1961 on Lakeshore Drive. The ice crested on land taller than Chief Robel. This winter will also be one to add to the record books.

„„ As expected, our first Coffee with the Editor session at Common Grounds was snowed out last Wednesday. So, we will try it again this week. The plan is that every Wednesday at 9 a.m. we hope you will join Beacon Editor Jasmine Cupp and me for this casual gathering to discuss new story ideas, photo opportunities and community happenings. Common Grounds is offering small coffees (with one refill) for 99 cents. „„ Our “Find Wylie” winner this week is Kathy Kast who was one of 159 people who found our friendly fish in the ad for OCTA page 4A in last week’s Beacon. Kathy wins our weekly $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores. We’ll be hiding Wylie again this week, so if you find him, drop off an entry form at our office in the Beacon Place Business Center or click on the Find Wylie Icon at our website, „„ A limited number of tickets are still available for the 60th Annual Magruder Hospital Foundation Charity Ball at Catawba Island Club on Saturday, Feb. 22. This year’s theme is Prom Night – A Night to Remember. Money raised is used to fund projects through the Magruder Hospital Foundation. Hors d’oeuvres will be served starting at 6 p.m. followed by dinner. The featured artists for the evening are the popular local band, The Junk. Tickets are $120 per couple or $60 per individual and can be purchased at Bassett’s Market, Mary’s Blossom Shoppe, the Magruder Hospital Gift Shop and Croghan Colonial Bank in Oak Harbor. For more information, contact Kerryn Lockhart at Magruder at 419-734-3131, extension 3105. „„ We picked up an interesting information piece on the internet that very much supports our PIND (Print is not Dead) campaign. Research now shows that newspaper media content and advertising rate as the most trusted, most valuable and most engaging. 158 million U.S. adults read content from newspaper media each week, more than radio, the internet and television! The Beacon’s numbers locally are even more impressive, thanks to you, our loyal readers. Nearly 8 of every 10 households from Marblehead to Catawba to Port Clinton to Oak Harbor has somebody read through The Beacon every week, and the average number of people who do so averages over 2 per household. Like I said, PIND!!!

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„„ Speaking of economics, I attended a special program featuring world-renowned economist Ken Mayland, who spent an hour last Thursday at Kalahari clarifying the vagaries of Macro-Economics. Overall, he was quite bullish on the national economy for 2014. Even with the change of leadership at the Federal Reserve, no major policy changes are expected this year. Much of the drama that filled up 2013, such as “Obama Care”, the Fiscal Cliff, the soaring stock market, international problems like Syria, China, Japan and Iran, seem to be subsiding. The basis for his optimism is that inflation remains under control, at least for now. The value of assets, such as homes and stocks are up. The example he used is the comparative value of a Big Mac compared to the Consumer Price Index. The Big Mac’s value has soared higher than the CPI! Mayland believes that fewer uncertainties in the economy will help the economy rise significantly in 2014. Yeah, but what does he know?

Tiffany Colston’s 1000th point Tiffany Colston reached a monumental goal in her high school athletics career last Tuesday night when she scored her 1000th point. On the same night, Redskin and Rocket girls came together to help fight cancer. Selling t-shirts, 50/50 raffle tickets and having a bake sale, they together raised $616.

„„ Otterbein North Shore is having a special Valentine’s Day “Harp Dinner” to be prepared by their Chef Ron LaPointe. The surf & turf dinner will feature prime rib and shrimp scampi. Harpist Karen Westgate will perform during dinner. Tickets must be purchased in advance. For more information call Jo Ann or Kirsten at










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July 17. 1924-Feb. 1, 2014 Lillian C. Mahoney, 89, of Catawba Island, passed away Saturday, Feb.1, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor. Lillian was born July 17, 1924, in Manning, SC, the daughter of Luther E. and Ada O. (Johnson) White. On Sept. 28, 1946, in Columbus, she married Gale Mahoney and he preceded her in death on Aug. 20, 2002. Visitation was 10-11a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, in the GernerWolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., following visitation in the funeral home. Interment will be in Restlawn Memorial Gardens, Port Charlotte, FL. Memorial donations in memory of Lillian can be given to Riverview Healthcare Lighthouse Memory or The Chalet at the Vineyards, Catawba Island. On-line condolences may be shared with the family at

Sept. 8, 1948-Feb. 8, 2014 Aretta “Twink” Maloy, 65, of Port Clinton, passed away peacefully, Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Stein Hospice Care Center. Twink was born Sept. 8, 1948, in Dorton, KY, the daughter of Mildred (Tackitt) and Carl D. Holcomb. Twink donated her body to the University of Toledo Medical Center in order to advance the knowledge of fighting breast cancer. The Family wishes to thank Stein Hospice for their support and assistance during her last months. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH, 44870, or to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Arrangements are entrusted to the Gerner-WolfWalker Funeral Home & Crematory, 216 Washington St, Port Clinton. Online condolences may be shared with the family at

Sound Off Thank you Highlander Harris During the bad snow storm on Jan. 7 we became stuck in a snow mound on Schrock Dr. while trying to check on a furnace for a friend. I tried calling AAA for 45 minutes only to get a busy signal. I have a heart condition and cannot be in the cold for long. The only thing I could think of was to call Scott from Highlander Harris. He plows out our development and I thought maybe he could help us. I explained the situation to Scott and he was there in 15

Crop advisors in the Western Lake Erie Basin have an opportunity to improve nutrient management and farmer productivity this season. Feb. 25-26 the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Ohio State University Extension, in collaboration with IPM Institute of North America, will host a free training event for Certified Crop Advisors to become Technical Service Providers (TSPs) qualified to write Nutrient Management Plans. With TSP certification in Nutrient Management Planning, growers and their advisors can take advantage of funding available through NRCS Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). EQIP provides financial assistance to growers to hire qualified professionals to create and implement approved plans addressing the 4Rs: Right fertilizer source, at the Right rate, at the Right time and in the Right place. “There are not enough qualified TSPs to meet demand for nutrient management plans in Western Lake Erie Basin counties in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan,” reports Dr. Thomas Green, president of the Institute. “When nutrients are lost from cropland, farmers lose money and water quality can suffer. We want to help growers and their advisors gain access to NRCS programs to improve resource use efficiency and water quality in the Western Lake Erie Basin.”  Registrants will receive TSP certification training from an NRCS representative on Feb. 25 from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. with the option to participate in additional training for nutrient management plan writing on Feb. 26, hosted by Greg LaBarge, extension educator with Ohio State University Extension. The training will take place at the Findlay Conference Center, 200 E. Main Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840. Attendees are responsible for arranging their own accommodations at 419.422.5682 or The event is made possible with generous financial support from National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Space is limited. Register by Feb. 19 to reserve your seat. 

419-732-2154 Bay Point Resort, one of Lake Erie’s finest private resorts, located in Marblehead, is seeking enthusiast individuals for the following seasonal positions: gate, security, grounds, maintenance, housekeeping, gas dock, pool attendant and administrative office. Weekends and holidays are required. Individuals must have strong customer service skills. Please send resume by February 21, 2014 to: Assistant General Manager, Bay Point Resort, 10948 E. Bayshore Rd., Marblehead, OH 43440.

Are you looking for an exciting, fun filled job? We are looking for energetic, hard working, customer service oriented individuals to join our talented staff. Openings in cashier, carryout, stock, deli, bakery and hardware departments.

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Hours vary between 20-28 hours per week. Must be available seven days a week, weekends/ holidays a must. Great working environment.

Looking for a seasonal restaurant management position in a beautiful location? Bay Point Resort, one of Lake Erie’s finest private resorts, is seeking a restaurant leader with a sharp focus on hospitality, food, people and a desire to advance with a dynamic, growing resort. Responsibilities include: managing daily restaurant operations with a focus on flawless execution to provide a great customer experience; profit and loss focus with a keen eye to food cost and inventory management; ability to partner and build relationships with management, colleagues and vendors while demonstrating leadership, integrity, and promoting team success; ability to motivate others to accomplish goals and knowledge of food specs and execution. Requirements include: 3 to 5 years of progressive experience as a manager in a full-service restaurant, proven leadership skills, strong communications and the ability to follow through and three references. Bay Point offers seasonal employees limited benefits including paid time off. Please send resume by February 21, 2014 to: Assistant General Manager, Bay Point Resort, 10948 E. Bayshore Rd., Marblehead, OH 43440.

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Participants should be a Certified Crop Advisor or Certified Professional Crop Consultant in good standing. Those who are not certified can contact Kim Studer or Mark Adelsperger for additional details. Laptops are required for each participant. A limited number of laptops will be made available to those who cannot provide their own. Indicate this when registering for the training. Participants must set up e-Authorization accounts in USDA NRCS TechReg and install required software prior to the event. Contact Studer or Adelsperger for more information.



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„„ Habitat for Humanity of Ottawa County is currently accepting applications for those interested in applying for a Habitat for Humanity home. They are planning on building a home in Port Clinton for a qualifying family. To find out if you qualify, contact the Habitat for Humanity office at 419-734-7074. „„ Registration forms for the Oak Harbor Soccer League are now available at BCS Schools, the Oak Harbor Public Library or by logging in to www. Registration forms are due by Feb. 15.

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Marblehead-based illustrator/artist Jodie McCallum and author Kathy Mersch have teamed up to develop a new 24 page coloring and activity book for Ballreich Bros. Inc. Ballreich contacted the McCallums to secure their talents in developing products and characters that would appeal to their customers. Ballreich is a Tiffin-based company that has been in business since 1920, producing potato chips and various other snack foods. The company is increasing its market share by expanding their product lines, branding them with new characters and expanding into new territories within the Tri–State area. Later this spring the products will

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Pass and Parking Pass, as well as career networking opportunities. Lakeside Chautauqua would like assistance in spreading the word to college students and recent graduates who would benefit from this hands-on learning experience. They can visit the Lakeside Leadership Academy page at www.lakesideohio. com/employment/lakeside-leadershipacademy  to view available positions, job descriptions, pictures and more. Lakeside Chautauqua is a family destination that has pioneered the act of nurturing mind, body and spirit since 1873. One of the few remaining Chautauqua communities in the United States, Lakeside Chautauqua offers a variety of spiritual, educational, cultural arts and recreational opportunities. For more information on vacationing or living the Lakeside Chautauqua experience, visit or call 419-798-4461.

Terra State seeking KidsCollege instructors Lifelong Learning at Terra State Community College is looking for individuals who would like to teach for this summer’s KidsCollege session. For more than 20 years, KidsCollege has offered academic enrichment opportunities for hundreds of children. Course offerings vary from year to year, but usually include classes in art, computers, fitness, history, language, math, music, science and more. These fun, informative courses are developed for children in first through

eighth grade. “The children just love to learn new things and meet new friends,” said Amanda Pochatko, coordinator of the program. “And we offer so many courses that sometimes the kids have trouble just picking a couple. KidsCollege is really the highlight of our summer.” This year KidsCollege is July 14-18. To get more information about being a KidsCollege instructor, visit learning or call Amanda Pochatko at 419-559-2205.

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AROUND OTTAWA COUNTY The search is on for Ohio’s Outstanding Senior Volunteer Every day, Ohio senior volunteers give their time and service to help others. The Salute to Senior Service® program is a chance to give back by nominating a deserving older adult in the community for his or her outstanding service.   Sponsored by Home Instead Inc., the franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care®  network,  Salute to Senior Service  recognizes the invaluable contributions of adults age 65 and older who give at least 15 hours a month of volunteer service to their favorite causes. “Seniors have so much to give and make a positive impact on our communities daily,” said Enedelia Marez, general manager of the Home Instead Senior Care office serving Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties. “Senior volunteerism not only benefits others, but also helps seniors stay active and socially engaged in their communities, important elements of healthy aging.” Members of the community are asked to nominate and vote for these everyday heroes between Jan. 15 and March 1 at Salu- State winners will be determined by popular vote. A panel of senior care experts will then select a national Salute to Senior Service  winner from among the state honorees. Home Instead Inc. will donate $500 to each of the state winners’ designated and approved nonprofit organizations, and their personal stories will be shared online on the  Salute to Senior Service  Wall of Fame. In addition, $5,000 will be donated to the national winner’s designated and approved nonprofit charity. To complete and submit an online nomination form for a senior age 65 or older who volunteers at least 15 hours a month, and to view the contest’s official rules, visit Completed nomination forms can alternatively be mailed to Salute to Senior Service, P.O. Box 285, Bellevue, NE 68005. For more information about  Salute to Senior Service  or the Home Instead Senior Care network’s services, call Home Instead Senior Care at 419-734-5050.

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Toledo Symphony String Quartet to play at Edgewood Manor and the Vineyard Thanks to a grant from the Ottawa County Community Foundation, the Toledo Symphony String Quartet will perform at two Port Clinton retirement communities on Wednesday, Feb. 12.  Edgewood Manor Nursing Care Center, Fulton St., Port Clinton, will host the group at 1:30 p.m., with refreshments pro-

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Erie-Ottawa International Airport Liberty Aviation Museum Schedule Mar 14-16 Piston and Power Show, IX Center, Cleveland, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend

Jul 28–Aug 3 Air Venture Oshkosh, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend.

May 13-17 CAF Red Tail RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit, and P-51 Red Tail

Aug 1-3

Air Venture Oshkosh, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend.

May 14-15 YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady” FLEX Ride Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides

Aug 9-10

Thunder Over Michigan Air Show, Willow Run, MI, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend.

Aug 17

EAA Chapter 1247 Annual Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m.-noon

May 16-17 Boy Scout Fly-In and Camporee, 5 p.m. Friday-noon Saturday

Aug 22-23 D-Day Ohio, Conneaut, “Georgie’s Gal” will be flying in and out

May 17

Young Eagles

Jun 4

YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady” FLEX Rides, 3 Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides

Aug 23

Jun 6-8

Redding Air Show, Redding, PA, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend

Aug 23-24 RC Warbirds Over Port Clinton Fun-Fly & Fly In, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. Contact for details.

Jun 12-16

Junior Pilot Camp for ages 11-16

Jun 14

Corvettes on Flag Day, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact Lake Shore Covettes at

Jun 18

Young Eagles Flight

Jun 25

YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady”, noon arrival. FLEX Rides, 3 Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides.

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Boy Scout Eagle Bay Camporee

Sep 28

Young Eagles Flight

Sep 27

TBM Avenger Fly In and Veterans ReunionTentative

Jul 2-6

EAA Chapter 1247/THF/THM Ford TriMotor Rides

Sep 27

Chili Cook Off-More details to come

Jul 12

YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady”, noon arrival. FLEX Rides, 3 Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides

Oct 1

YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady”, noon arrival. FLEX Rides, 3 Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides.


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Casmir “Ki” Jadwisiak: An Immigrant Family History What: Recounting the Great Depression, Marines and life in Poland When: 6 p.m. Where: Ida Rupp Library, Port Clinton Info: 419-732-3212 or idarupp. org

Al-Anon/Alateen What: Twelve-step group for

Ottawa County Board of Elections meeting When: 1 p.m. Where: Board of Elections office, 8444 W SR 163, Oak Harbor Info: 419-898-3092

Chronic Pain Support Group When: 6 p.m. second Thursday

of each month Where: Magruder Hospital Conference Center, Port Clinton Info: 419-271-3915

Diabetic Support Group When: 12–1 p.m., second Thursday of each month Where: Magruder Hospital Conference Center, Port Clinton Info: 419-734-3131 ext. 3544

Health Screening What: Cholesterol (Total/LDL/ HDL/Triglycerides), blood pressure and glucose screening. Where: Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton When: 1 p.m., second Thursday of each month Cost: $16 Info: For appointments, call 419-734-3131, ext. 3420. www.

Open Public Shooting What: Shooters, including new shooters, are invited to do practice shooting. When: 5:30-8 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday evenings Where: Camp Perry Training Site, Port Clinton Info: Contact 419.635.2141 ext. 1101 or Cost: $5/adult, $2/junior

Strength Training When: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Where: Magruder Conference Center

Cost: $4 per session Info: 419-732-4061


14 Gentle Yoga When: 8:30 a.m. Where: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Pc

those affected by another’s drinking When: 7 p.m. every Friday Where: St. John Lutheran Church, 122 Ottawa, Oak Harbor



Sisters in Sobriety What: Sisters in Sobriety, a women’s AA meeting, babysitter provided When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Sutton Center, 1854 E. Perry, Port Clinton

Yoga When: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Mondays

Where: Danbury Schools

library, Marblehead Cost: $8 per class Info: 419-798-5195 or www.

Valentine’s Wine Tasting What: Wine, hors d’oeuvres, live piano music by Michael Witty When: 6-8 p.m. Where: Canoe Club Wine Bar, 5831 E. Harbor Rd., Marblehead Info: 419-960-7030 or

Red Dress & Red Tie dinner and dance What: Tips for healthy heart, raffles, BYOB When: 4-8 p.m. Where: Fine Art Creations for Community Causes, 136 W. Water St., Oak Harbor Cost: $15 Info:


16 Ottawa County Board of Elections office closed What: Observance of Presidents’ Day When: Will resume office hours Tues., Feb. 18

Educational luncheon on Marketplace Insurance & Medicaid Expansion What: Julie Grasson, M.Ed., presents program on The Affordable Care Act When: 12 p.m. Where: Magruder Hospital Conference Center Cost: $6 Info: 419-732-4061

Joan Washburn presents “The Energy of Money” What: Book discussion of your relationship of money When: 6-8 p.m. Where: Ida Rupp Library, Port Clinton Info: 419-732-3212 or idarupp. org

Al-Anon/Alateen What: Twelve-step group for those affected by another’s drinking When: 7 p.m. Where: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 214 E. Second St., Port Clinton

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17 Chair Yoga When: 10 a.m. Where: Danbury Senior Center Cost: $5 Info: Linda Green 419-6352337

Open Public Shooting What: Shooters, including aspiring new shooters, are invited to do practice shooting. When: 5:30-8 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday evenings Where: Camp Perry Training Site, Port Clinton Info: Contact 419.635.2141 ext. 1101 or Cost: $5/adult, $2/junior

Pilates What: Pilates with Laura Tyson, instructor When: 9 a.m. Where: The Ballet School, Madison St., Port Clinton Cost: $5 Info: laura_tyson@roadrunner. com.

Strength Training When: 5:30-6:30 p.m., every Tuesday and Thursday Where: Magruder Conference Center Cost: $4 per session Info: 419-732-4061

TOPS What: Take Off Pounds Sensibly; all are welcome When: 6 p.m. every Tuesday Where: Catawba Community Hall, 3307 NW Catawba Road

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18 Mental Illness Anxiety & Depression Peer to Peer Support Group When: 6-7:30 p.m., third Wednesday of each month Where: Magruder Hospital Conference Center, Port Clinton Info: 419-732-6264


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Kent State Air Show, “Georgie’s Gal” to attend

Blue Grass Jam--Details still under construction


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YAM’s B-17G “Yankee Lady”, noon arrival. FLEX Rides, 3 Missions, 3-6 p.m. Contact or call 734.483.4030 to book rides.

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Colston reaches 1,000 career points PC boys defeat Clyde 57, Port Clinton 42 Mohawk, 73-33 BY YANEEK SMITH

On a night when senior Tiffany Colston reached the 1,000-point milestone, it was defense that propelled Port Clinton to a 41-21 victory over rival Oak Harbor last week. The Redskins, who held the Rockets to single digits in each quarter, pushed their lead from 9-8 after one quarter to 19-10 at halftime. From there, Port Clinton, which is now 16-4 overall and 10-3 in the Sandusky Bay Conference, outscored Oak Harbor, 22-11, in the second half. Colston led all scorers with 17 points and Hannah Weaver and Emily Ashley finished with nine points apiece. Andrea Cecil led the Rockets with 10 points and Maddy Rathbun chipped in with 10. 

After hanging with Clyde for one half, the Redskins fell behind in the second half as the Fliers pulled away in their 57-42 victory. Clyde, the fifth-ranked team in Division II, led 24-22 at halftime and began to pull away by outscoring Port Clinton, 18-9, in the third quarter to push the advantage to 42-31 heading into the fourth. Kelsey Michaels had 21 points to lead the Fliers and Amanda Cahill finished with 12. Tiffany Colston led the ‘Skins with 13 points, Hope Thorban scored 10 and Emily Ashley finished with eight. Port Clinton hosts Edison on Thursday on Senior Night and begins tournament play when they play the winner of Bowling Green and Eastwood at 6:15 p.m. on Feb. 22 at Old Fort High School in the Division II Sectional Final. Should they win, the ‘Skins will play in the district semifinal on Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. at Perrysburg High School.

BY YANEEK SMITH Port Clinton controlled this one throughout as they led by 18 points on their way to a 73-33 victory over Mohawk in non-conference action. The Redskins led 17-4 after one quarter and 30-12 at halftime before outscoring the Warriors, 43-21, in the second half. Carter Rumball led all scorers with 19 points, Nathan Stubblefield scored 12 and Tytan Rumball chipped in with 10. Hunter Fitschen led Mohawk with 14 points. 

Huron 65, Port Clinton 48 Huron pulled away behind a strong second quarter in their 65-48 victory over Port Clinton in Sandusky Bay Conference action. Holding an 18-15 lead after one quarter, the Tigers outscored the Redskins, 15-5, in the second quarter to take a 33-20 lead into the half. Port Clinton (6-11, 2-10 SBC) hung tough in the second half, though, losing the final two quarters by just four points, 32-28. Huron’s Gabe Camella led all scorers with 14 points and Jack Springer chipped in with 11. The ‘Skins got nine points apiece from Nathan Stubblefield and Dylan Webb and Carter Rumball finished with eight. Port Clinton travels on the road this week to face Clyde on Friday and Fostoria on Saturday. In the tournament drawings, the ‘Skins were matched up with Oak Harbor. The two will face each other in the Division II Sectional Semifinal on Feb. 25 at 6:15 p.m. at Willard High School. The winner faces Clyde, the No. 2 seed, at 6:15 p.m. on Feb. 28, also at Willard High School. (Left) Port Clinton sophomore Tytan Rumball is ahead of the pack and scores a pair of fast break points against Huron. PHOTO CREDIT: BILL MIGALA


(top) Tiffany Colston scores another two points against Oak Harbor.

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Rocket boys fall to St. Mary, 54-33 BY YANEEK SMITH Oak Harbor fell behind early and was unable to recover in its 54-33 loss to St. Mary CC. The Rockets, who fell to 5-13 overall and 0-11 in the Sandusky Bay Conference with the loss, trailed 27-17 at halftime before the Panthers outscored them, 27-16, in the second half. Denarius Harris led SMCC with 18 points and Brett St. Clair and Lucas Will finished with 10 points apiece.  Oak Harbor got nine points from Andre Ramsey and eight from Andy Rathbun.  The Rockets host Perkins on Friday and travel to Marblehead to face Danbury on Saturday. In the tournament drawings, Oak Harbor was matched up with Port Clinton. The two will face each other in the Division II Sectional Semifinal on Feb. 25 at 6:15 p.m. at Willard High School. The winner faces Clyde, the No. 2 seed, at  6:15 p.m. on Feb. 28, also at Willard High School. 

Rocket girls improve to 15-4


BY YANEEK SMITH Behind a career-high 17 points from Maddy Rathbun, the Oak Harbor Rockets defeated Eastwood, 60-30, in non-conference action on Monday. Oak Harbor took control in the first quarter, grabbing a 15-7 lead, but the Eagles kept it close until halftime, trailing 29-19 at the break. However, the Rockets (15-4) broke the game open by outscoring Eastwood, 13-2, in the third period to push the advantage to 42-21. In addition to Rathbun’s 17 points, Andrea Cecil had 14 and Allie Kuhn finished with seven. The Eagles were led by Mackenzie Albright, who had seven points.

Oak Harbor 46, Perkins 32 The Rockets slowly built their lead before pulling away in their 46-32 victory over Perkins. Oak Harbor held a 17-12 lead at halftime but pushed the advantage to 31-21 after three quarters and outscored the Pirates, 15-11, in the final period. Maddy Rathbun led the Rockets with 16 points and Andrea Cecil and Emma Barney scored 11 and 10, respectively. Oak Harbor is currently 10-3 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.  The Rockets host Margaretta on Senior Night on Thursday, and begin tournament play on  Feb. 22 at 6:15 p.m.  at Port Clinton High School in the Division III Sectional Final. Oak Harbor faces the winner of the matchup between No. 5 Margaretta and No. 6 Gibsonburg. 

Despite trailing at the half, Danbury dominated the second half and took control in their 49-30 victory over Gibsonburg in Toledo Area Athletic Conference action last week. With the Golden Bears leading 24-22 at halftime, the Lakers (10-10, 7-5 TAAC) won the third quarter, 13-5, to take the lead for good at 35-29 before blowing the game open with a 14-1 edge in the final period. Katie Almendinger had 16 points to lead all scorers and Alyssa Almendinger chipped in with 13 while Megan Stephens scored nine points. The Bears got seven points from Brittney Holcomb and five apiece from Danielle Fork and Marisa Alvarado.

Danbury 57, Northwood 44

Behind 24 points from leading scorer Erin Lavelle, Danbury took control in the second half to defeat Northwood, 57-44. Holding a 21-16 lead at halftime, the Lakers broke the game open by outscoring the Rangers, 14-4, in the third quarter. The fourth quarter was a high-scoring affair with Northwood outscoring Danbury, 24-22. In addition to Lavelle’s 24 points, Katie Almendinger and Megan Stephens finished with seven and six points, respectively. The Rangers got 14 points from Doma Cruz and 13 from Megan Roach.  The Lakers host Emmanuel Christian on Thursday and enter tournament play in the Division IV Sectional Semifinals on Feb. 19 at 6:15 p.m. at Genoa High School when they face St. Joseph CC. Should they win, they’ll face either Lakota or Cardinal Stritch on Feb. 22 at 8 p.m., also at Genoa High School. 

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Danbury boys defeat Emmanuel Christian BY YANEEK SMITH Behind Dominic Manuella, the Lakers held of Emmanuel Christian, 31-25, to improve to 3-14 overall and 2-9 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference. Manuella, who led all scorers with nine points, connected on two late free throws to help Danbury, which led 17-15 after the third quarter, pull away. Grady Mark, who was making his second start of the year at point guard, chipped in with five points in leading the Lakers to victory.

Cardinal Stritch 71, Danbury 40 The Cardinals blew the game open in the second quarter as they defeated Danbury in convincing fashion, 71-40, last week. Austin Adams, who led all scorers with 25 points, helped Cardinal Stritch take a 16-8 lead after one quarter and push it to 43-19 at halftime behind a 27-11 advantage in the second quarter. The Lakers did play well in the second half as they were outscored by just eight points, 28-21, but it wasn’t enough. In addition to Adams’ 25 points, Jacob Empie scored 16 and Brooks Gasser finished with 13. Danbury, meanwhile, got 11 points from Hunter Stinchcomb. Connor Lenthe chipped in with seven and Caleb Gerber and Dominic Manuella scored six points apiece. The Lakers host Gibsonburg on Friday and Oak Harbor on Saturday. In the recent tournament draw, it was determined that Danbury will face the winner of top-seeded St. Mary CC and Seneca East on Feb. 28 at 6:15 p.m. at Norwalk High School in the Division IV Sectional Semifinals.


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Lutheran Homes Society (LHS) announces the appointment of Julie McKitrick as Executive Director of Lutheran Village of Wolf Creek, a retirement community located at 2001 Perrysburg-Holland Road in Holland. Mrs. McKitrick has been employed in the long-term care industry for 16 years. Most recently she was an administrator with Trilogy Health Services, where she worked for more than five years at locations in Genoa, Maumee and Willard. As Executive Director of the Wolf Creek campus, Mrs. McKitrick will be responsible for the ongoing operations, community relations and business development of the retirement community, which is a ministry of LHS in partnership with St. Luke’s Hospital. The campus offers independent living, assisted living, long-term and shortterm nursing care, rehabilitation services and respite care. “Julie brings a great deal of experience in long-term care and short-term rehab that will assist in the advancement

of medical services at Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek,” stated Donna Konst, Senior Vice President for Elder Care Services. “We are excited to have Julie as a part of the leadership team on our Wolf Creek campus.” Mrs. McKitrick is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA). She earned a bachelor’s degree in gerontology from Bowling Green State University, with a specialization in longterm care administration. She resides in Oak Harbor, with her husband, John, and three children, Madison, Rylee and Logan. “I have been a life-long mem-

ber of the Lutheran Church, and I’m excited to serve as our faith instructs us to do,” Mrs. McKitrick said. “I’m very thankful for this opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with a great group of professionals, who are dedicated to providing top-notch care and services.” Lutheran Homes Society is a social ministry organization based in Toledo, that has been serving the unique needs of youth and elderly since 1860. The Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek campus opened in 1997. Today, more than 2,500 individuals located throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan benefit from the housing, medical care, and services offered through LHS ministries. MCKITRICK

Lakeside Chautauqua Edgewood Manor receives hires Kunz as new Customer Experience Award Edgewood Manor Nursing Center of Port Clinton is proud survey results in order to gain a better understanding of the Content Manager to announce that they are the recipient of Pinnacle Qual- resident’s needs and make improvements when necessary. ity Insight’s 2014 Customer Experience AwardTM. Qualifying for the award in the categories of Dining Services, Activities and Safety and Security, Edgewood Manor Nursing Center displayed a continued dedication to providing Best in Class senior healthcare services. Denice Day, Executive Director of Edgewood Manor, describes receiving the awards as an honor, stating that, “We strive to provide quality services to our residents and their families. We are thrilled that our staff has been recognized for their hard work and dedication.” Throughout 2013 a sampling of Edgewood Manor’s residents and their families participated in monthly telephone interviews that included open-ended questions and the opportunity to rate Edgewood Manor in specific categories. Every month Edgewood Manor gathered its real-time

By qualifying for the Pinnacle Customer Experience Award™, Edgewood Manor Nursing Center has satisfied the rigorous demand of scoring in the top 15% of the nation across a 12-month average. A customer satisfaction measurement firm with over 17 years of experience in long-term healthcare, Pinnacle conducts over 100,000 surveys a year and works with over 1,500 clients in 47 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. For more information about Edgewood Manor, call 419.734.5506 or visit www. Q - In what year was the edgewoodmanornursingcenfirst US Open held?


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Although it has only been two short years since Melissa Kunz completed her summer internship with the Lakeside Leadership Academy, she is thrilled to be back at Lakeside Chautauqua as the new Content Manager. Originally from Canfield, Ohio, Kunz earned a B.A. in Communication from the University of Mount Union. KUNZ “I’m so excited to be back working for Lakeside,” said Kunz. “I am really looking forward to enhancing the Lakeside experience for new and returning guests through various marketing efforts.” As the new Content Manager, Kunz is responsible for managing content and projects related to marketing, fundraising and the website, ensuring they are consistent with the mission and strategic goals of the organization. The Content Manager also designs promotions, assists with traditional and digital marketing efforts and creates social media content.   Kunz happened to be on Facebook when Lakeside Chautauqua posted about job openings related to her field of study. After such a positive experience with her internship, she jumped at the opportunity to be at Lakeside again.  “I spent my first summer at Lakeside in 2012, when I worked as one of the co-editors of the Lakesider newspaper as part of the Lakeside Leadership Academy internship program,” Kunz explained. “Since that summer, I fell in love with Lakeside. The atmosphere is so welcoming.” After her summer at Lakeside, Kunz took a Social Media Assistant position at an advertising agency in Columbus, where she worked with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube and HootSuite uploading, monitoring and promoting 22 different clients through social media.  As Lakeside Chautauqua’s new Content Manager, Kunz plans to build upon the social media skills and knowledge she gained from her previous position, in addition to her writing and design skills.  “The social media world is constantly changing, so I’m hoping I can bring a new way of reaching Lakesiders and keep the Lakeside summer season spirit going all year long,” she said. In addition to building upon her social media knowledge, Kunz said she is looking forward to working on projects such as the Lakeside Chautauqua website, enewsletter and launching a blog. She is excited to attend the Plein Air Art Festival, Ice Cream Social, Mike Albert & the Big “E” Band and the Fourth of July Fireworks show, all happening this summer at Lakeside. She is looking forward to sharing her experience with family, friends, co-workers and all Lakesiders for many years to come.


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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ALLEN TOWNSHIP 2-7-14 Brian D & Shanna J Ninke to Timothy J Kinkaid & Sirirat Mongkolkarn, 22089 West Bittersweet Lane, $255,000.

CATAWBA TOWNSHIP 2-3-14 Bennett I. Welch to Edward V. and Elizabeth O. Tarney, 1170 North Catawba Bay Drive, $290,000. 2-7-14 Lois M Hanko to Richard H Smetzer, 3188 Northeast Catawba Road, $169,000.

DANBURY TOWNSHIP 2-4-24 Susan St. Clair to Stephen S. and Michelle L. Keller, 9822 East Bayview Drive, $5,000.

OAK HARBOR CORP 2-3-14 Linda Sieke to Bank of America, 311 North Benton Street, $62,000.

PORTAGE TOWNSHIP 2-3-14 Randy J. and Jennifer L. Swartz to Brian M. and Jennifer E. Gutman, 1925 East State Road, $157,000.

PUT IN BAY CORP 2-3-14 William A. Suglia to US Bank National Association, 1233 Fox Road, $93,334.

ROCKY RIDGE CORP 2-3-14 Alice Joan Prescott to Ron and Linda Scarbrough, Unit 4023 Wild Wings, $15,000.

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Port Clinton High School Announces Honor Rolls Port Clinton High School announces the honor rolls for the second grading period for the 2013 -14 school year.

Principals List

Grade 12: Kelly Althaus, Abby Barker, Ericka Castillo, Shelby Gerwin, Alayne Herevia, Cameron King, Morgan McGlothlin, Cheyenne Meek, Hannah Sarty, Darryl Trent. Grade 11: Emily Ashley, Andrew Cline, Gabe DeFreitas, Ty Gallogly, Michael Lay, Kassidy Mahler, Shane Meek, Kathryn Mueller, McKenzie Stine, Hannah Weaver. Grade 10: Ellis Adolph, Sydney Alexander, Katelyn Chapman, Kelsey Dietrich, Olivia Heckerd, Michael Leone, Emily Shaw, Noah Smith, Taylor Steyer, Alex Suter, Bethany Urban. Grade 9: Zach Barr, Joseph Brenner, Paul Dress, Devin Feuhrer, Trevor Frias, Alexis Gabel, Natalie Gottron, Alyssa Krupp, Logan Martinez, Amelia Morrow, Matthew Paeth, Rachel Reineck, Hananh Roberts, Taylor Rollins, Corbin Winningham.

High Honor Roll

Grade 12: Dominique Araguz, Kayla Armendariz, Alex Bastian, Jamie Clair, Morgan Donahue, Kelsey Flynn, Nathaniel Haghiri, Halee Jones, Hannah Kneisley, Ian Kyle, Dakota LaBret, Brock Moore, Ryan Norgard, James Olsen, Tiffany Street, Lance Taylor, Chris Weaver, Dylan Webb, Kristen Wood, Elise Zeitzheim. Grade 11: Alyssa Araguz, Eryn Binder, Aileen Blankenship, Tarryn Edgefield, Ashley Gill, Allison Gilleland, Preston Keck, Zach Kokinda, Nick Reineck, Raven Rogers, Carter Rumball, David Saunders, Gracey Stewart, Samantha Stroupe, Katelyn Webb. Grade 10: Michael Adkins, Ashtyn Baney, Ashton Barton, Gina Buono, Allison Cline, Maddison Cole, Marissa day, Logan Hepp, Ashley Householder, Haley Klima, Katelyn Koebel, Danielle Stager, Natalie Stitak, Courtney Trent, Adam Wells. Grade 9: Deagan Beach, Keegan Chapman, Dean Colston, Chloe Cook, Shelby Crowl, Samatha Emmons, Meghan Gallogly, Victoria Glaze, Amanda Goans, Thomas Keville, Courtney Koebel, Breanna Lawrence, Hailey Marez, Melvin McCord, Emily Reineck, Abby Sharkey, Alex St. Leger, Abigail Weldon, Stephanie Wheeler.

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AJ Carpenter, Trey Crump, Tabetha Cutcher, Kyle Dickman, Makayla Dull, Briana Escobedo, Taylor Gobmeier, Asha Guerra, Amos Honeycutt, Bryce Jackson, Jacob Koch, Jake Kokinda, Aaron Lin, Morgan McLaughlin, Collin Miller, Ella Miller, Anthony Paradiso, Arraselia Rangel, Melanie Rhoda, Seth Taylor, Corban Trick, Austin Vargas, Ellen Walters, Breeyana Wells, Madison White, Brendan Zeitzheim.

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Grade 12: Alicia Bacak, Tiffany Bassett, Andrew Batterton, Michael Clabaugh, Paige Culver, Carly Disselhorst, Tyler Evans, Zachary Floro, Molly Haberman, Kayleigh Householder, Chaz James, Joseph Kurtz, Eryn Nason, Logan Pratt, Jake Prosser, Kody Ratliff, Cameron Rodriguez, Marc-Anthony Rogers, Nicole Rogers, Will Rollins, Adam Shealy, Hope Thorbahn, Tabitha Wendt, Devan Williams, Malcolm Wright, Shane York. Grade 11: Cameron Carlson, Allessandria Dracka, Dennis Elias, Michael Elmes, Nikolaus Fontana, Dillon Green, Kennedy Gulas, Rose Hayden, David Kessler, Jaden Kleinhans, Cal Laurel, Will Mercurio, Tricia Peroni, Elizabeth Ratliff, Morgan Reynolds, Alyson Shaler, Elizabeth Showalter, Ashlynn Slauterbeck, Chelsea Vollmer, Jack Warner, Sabrina Webster, Lauren Wheeler, Camerin Witte, Kalob Wylie, Alysia Zoeller. Grade 10: Kim Bodi, Wesley Ford, Jacob Gottron, Caitlin Gresh, Scott Grimm, Adrianna Hall, Morissa Mallory, Macey Meacham, Brandon Moore, Mitchell Mueller, Heidi Murray, Melanie Payne, Alyssa Peto, Aaron Shaler, Nathan Stubblefield, Kasey Swander, Kaylee Vollmer, Chelsea Waugh, Abby Wuersig. Grade 9: Byron Carter, Brittany Diaz, Morgan Dominguez, Laura Helmer, Hunter Hild, Robert Hoffman, Kylie Hurst, Dylan Ireland, Dalton Laporte-Lagasse, Angelo Martell, Andrew May, Lauren Mazur, Kaleb Mizener, Devin Orosco, Gunner Reynolds, Nicholas Schmitz, Jozlynn Seamon, Sabrina Shiley, Hazel Stinson, Katelyn Wammes, Kathryn Wiewandt.

Port Clinton City Schools in session on Friday, Feb. 28 Port Clinton City School students will be in session on Friday, Feb.28. This date was originally planned as a waiver day for staffin-service training with no school for students. Since the date has beenapproved by the state as a waiver day, it cannot be counted as a make up day, so all make up days will still be added to the end of the school year. As of Feb.11, two days will be added to the end of the school year.   Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools stated, “We have missed so many instructional days with our students, it is more valuable for our students to be in school that day, more important than the staff training we had originally planned, even though it doesn’t officially count as a make up day.” Changes are still being made to the proposed state legislation regarding snow days in Ohio so it is unclear how it will impact Port Clinton City Schools.   Mr. Adkins added, “Whether or not the State of Ohio approves additional calamity days, we believe it is the best decision educationally for our students to be in the classroom.”  For families of students that have made vacation plans for the extended weekend, Port Clinton City Schools does allow for five vacation days that are excused absences.  Vacation request forms can be found at the school district website,,  then click on the “Parents” link and Vacation Requests can be found under “Forms and Fees”.


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LEGAL AD/NOTIFICATION PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice of Entry into Ohio EPA’s RCRA and VAP MOA Track, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company (Former Standard Products Company Property) Notice is hereby given that on January 27, 2014, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company submitted to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”) a Notice of Entry in the RCRA and Voluntary

Action Program Memorandum of Agreement Track (the “RCRA and VAP MOA Track”). The Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Notice of Entry identifies the Former Standard Products Company Property located at 215 Maple Street in Port Clinton, Ohio, as the property to undergo a voluntary action through the RCRA and VAP MOA Track. The RCRA and VAP MOA Track was established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Ohio

EPA on November 8, 2007 to promote the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated or potentially contaminated properties (“Brownfields”) in Ohio. The RCRA and VAP MOA supersedes the VAP MOA which was established by the two agencies on July 31, 2001. The Notice of Entry, along with other documents regarding the voluntary action at the property, will be made available for public inspection at the Ida Rupp Public Library, located at 310 Madison

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The Beacon | February 13, 2014  
The Beacon | February 13, 2014