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Gaydosh, Regal named top cops By JOHN SCHAFFNER Publisher Port Clinton Police Sgt. Don Gaydosh and Ottawa County Sheriff ’s Deputy Dave Regal were honored Wednesday with Kiwanis Law Enforcement Day awards. Gaydosh was named Port Clinton Police Officer of the Year, while Regal was named as the top
Sheriff ’s Deputy. Both of the awards are the result of voting by their peers. Gaydosh has served the people of Port Clinton for 34 years, having started his career in 1977. He was promoted to sergeant in 1984 and named executive officer this past February. The award was presented by Police Chief Rob Hickman.
Carl Koebel, Kiwanis Law Enforcement Day coordinator; Dave Regal, Deputy of the Year; Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer; Sgt. Don Gaydosh, Police Officer of the Year; and Port Clinton Kiwanis President Joan Bryden.
“In my opinion, you’re lucky in this life if there are five people that you can actually call a ‘true friend,’ Don Gaydosh is one of my five,” Hickman said. This is the second time Regal has received the award, having won it in 2004. Sheriff Bob Bratton
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By JOHN SCHAFFNER Publisher Another plan for Waterworks Park and downtown Port Clinton revitalization has been unveiled by Mayor Debbie HymoreTester. She presented it at Port Clinton City Council Tuesday night. “The first step in a six-step process is the building of a master plan,” said Tester in an exclusive interview. What she shared with us, as well as City Council and city residents Tuesday night, is the newest waterfront master-plan developed through three workshop meetings that began last Dec. 17 facilitated by Cleveland consulting company, URS Baird. The newest plan takes into account the previous plans that have been developed over the past 10 years. The primary stated purpose of the new plan is to preserve full public access to the waterfront, maintain flexibility to market conditions and identify public improvement costs. The development market has been virtually non-existent since 2007 when nearly two-thirds of city voters accepted the zoning changes needed to commercially develop Waterworks Park. Less than four months after that vote, the primary developer, Puller Group of Indianapolis, pulled out. That was just about the same time mortgage and financial markets around the world collapsed. The new plan could, or might not include a transient marina. The new plan could or might not include hotel/waterpark com-
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Magee Marsh was packed Saturday for International Migratory Bird Day and the Biggest Week in American Birding. Thousands of all ages and from around the world watched for warblers on the boardwalk, like the Chestnut-sided Warbler at left, and gathered for presentations like the one on owls shown below.
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Good time had by all at fundraiser for Teri Winchester What a great time we had Sunday afternoon at the Round House! First, just being a part of the big fundraiser for Teri Winchester was great. Second, being back up playing music on that stage was fantastic. Third, hanging around with all of those great island musicians like Bob Gatewood, Mike Adams, JD Owen, West Side Steve, Ben Parker with Benny and the Screamers, and Ray Fogg was
just fabulous! Now for the best part … Anita McCann told me on Tuesday that they raised close to $40,000 to help defray Teri’s huge medical expenses! Nick James of PiBTV.com had his camera in action all day long, and a live feed was sent directly to Teri in Florida where she is rehabbing. Thanks to Paula, Mike, Anita, Ty, Billy and Bob for putting it all together.
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Jan. 18, 1950 — May 13, 2011 John “Tuna” J. Craig, 61, of Oak Harbor, died unexpectedly Friday, May 13, at St. Vincent Mercy Hospital. Visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, in the Robinson-Walker Funeral Home and Crematory, Oak Harbor. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Oak Harbor.
Elden Leow June 30, 1926 — May 9, 2011 Elden E. Leow, 84, of Oak Harbor, died late Monday, May 9, in Elmwood Assisted Living, Fremont. Visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 12, with family present from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in Robinson-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, 165 E. Water St., Oak Harbor. The funeral service will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday, May 13, in the funeral home with interment to follow in Salem Township Union Cemetery, Oak Harbor.
Eleanore Rudolph Dec. 12, 1921 — May 14, 2011 Eleanore J. Rudolph, aka “Ms. Ellie,” 89, of Marblehead and formerly of Cleveland and Parma Heights, died Saturday, May 14, at Stein Hospice Care Center in Sandusky. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, May 16, at the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, 7755 E. Harbor Road, Marblehead. Additional visitation will be held on Tuesday, May 17, from 10 a.m. until a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 822 Barclay St., Marblehead, with the Rev. James K. Say officiating. Private family graveside services will be held at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery, Cleveland, on Wednesday.
Harriet Wray Jan. 18, 1918 — May 7, 2011 Harriet Y. Wray, 93, of Port Clinton, died Saturday,
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Robert Ziegler Died May 10, 2011 Robert William Ziegler, age 65, entered into his new life with God at Akron General Hospice, near his home in Canton, on May 10, 2011. He graduated from Middletown High School, Class of 1964, received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, in 1968, and was an alumnus of Alpha Phi Omega Frater- ZIEGLER nity. Bob was an Eagle Scout, a Vigil member of the Order of the Arrow, Fifth Year Pipestem, and enjoyed a 31-year career in Professional Scouting. He was a supporting member of the First Baptist Church of Middletown, OH, a Past President of Kiwanis Club in Toledo, OH, a past member of Rotary Club in Warren, OH, and Kalamazoo, Mich., and a past member of Sertoma Club of Middletown, OH. He was preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Marian Ziegler, and an uncle, Richard Keiser of Middletown. He is survived by an aunt, Barbara (Negley) Cribbs; an uncle, John (Eileen) Keiser; cousins Cyndi (Stanton) Miller, Donald (Sharen) Stamp, Kim (Jeff) Haber, Julie (John) Wilch, Dawn (Stephen) Rumpke, Lisa Keiser and Sue Ann Lacky; and his godson, Jimmy Lacky. He also leaves behind life-long friends and their children, whom he also considers his family. The family will receive friends at the First Baptist Church from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 21. A celebration of his life for family and friends will follow at the church at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Woodside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Boy Scouts of America.
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Garden Club announces annual sale The Catawba Island Garden Club will hold its annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at John Braun Park on Northeast Catawba Road near Resurrection Lutheran Church. There will be perennials, annuals, bushes, bulbs, perhaps vegetables, pots and baskets and other things relating to gardening. As usual, there will be a bake sale and
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Ohio 53 safety audit under way The Ohio Department of Transportation is performing a Roadway Safety Audit of Ohio 53 in Bay Township. The audit is in response to a request from the Bay Township Trustees for improvements to the safety along that highway. The audit team includes ODOT employees, law enforcement officers, local officials and a representative from the Port Clinton City Schools. The team held its first meeting on April 27 to formulate a plan to study the road. The study area will encompass Ohio 53 from the Sandusky County Line to the Ohio 2 interchange. A road audit is a formal performance examination of the roadway. It considers the safety of all users of the road, estimates safety issues and prepares written reports on them. The team will also suggest oppor-
tunities for improvements. Field observations of the highway at various times and under various conditions will be made. At present, it is proposed that a series of five work sessions will be held by the team. The location and history of crashes over the past five years will be discussed and analyzed. Aerial photographs will be reviewed and field reviews will be incorporated into the meeting schedules. A tentative date to discuss the audit team’s findings with the public is scheduled for late June. The Bay Township Trustees will notify the public when the date and time for the public meeting are set. For information, contact Bay Township Trustee and member of the Audit Committee Dan Mulligan at 419-732-2855.
Recycling Sale this weekend in Lakeside Lakeside United Methodist Women will be having their famous Recycling Sale (aka garage sale) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 20, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at South Auditorium in Lakeside (across from the church). Saturday there will be a $1.50 bag sale starting at noon. There is no entrance fee to get into Lakeside. There will be a variety of items: clothing for adults and children, antiques, jewelry, linen, kitchen and household items, furni-
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TMACOG hosts Ottawa County reception Ottawa County members of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments and business and community leaders in the county are invited to a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, at the Camp Perry Lodging and Conference Center on Ohio 2 in Port Clinton. As part of the program, Lt. Col. Barbara HerringtonClemens will discuss Camp Perry’s history and its military role in the 21st Century. Lt. Col. Herrington-Clemens is the Joint Training Center Garrison Commander and is responsible for the full-time operations of the post and its garrison staff. TMACOG hosts receptions at counties throughout the TMACOG region each
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‘Send a Kid to Camp’ bake sale this weekend BY LAUREN SHAW 4-H News Reporter The Ace of Clubs 4-H club met at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 20, at the Bay Township Hall. President Klay Bodi called the meeting to order. Lauren Shaw led members in the Pledge of Allegiance and Bodi led members in the 4-H Pledge. Secretary Emily Shaw called the Roll and read the minutes from the February 27 meeting. Michelle Fillmore gave the Treasurer’s report. Advisor Vicki Brough requested the enrollment sheets and announced the deadline for choosing projects is April 1. Some
members received their project books. She also reminded everyone of the fees which include $6 per project book, $5 for member dues and $4 for Cloverbud member dues. Brough reminded everyone the bake sale will be at 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 21, at Friendship Food Store at the corner of State Road and Ohio 53. She stated the club has already received a $100 donation toward the sale. Proceeds will help provide scholarships for kids going to 4-H camp. Registration for Junior 4-H Camp is $150 and Cloverbud Camp is $35. Brough reviewed requirements
for animals housed at the fair this year. She stated Quality Assurance will be Saturday, April 24, and Skill-a-thon will be the Saturday before the fair begins. She announced tagging will be May 14 and Livestock forms are due June 15. Members broke out into their respective committees and then each group gave a brief report. Committee discussions included donations needed for the Hog Calling Contest and Babyland themes for the fair. The Babyland committee came up with the following themes: school, baby animal, farmland, rock n roll, art, hero, food, sea life, environmen-
tal, and Hawaiian. Voting will take place at the next meeting. Cloverbuds, the youngest members, continued to focus on food and nutrition. They also reviewed kitchen safety and practiced proper table place setting. The Ace of Clubs 4-H club met again at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 17, at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds in Babyland. Brough spoke briefly about the importance of recycling and taking care of the environment especially during Earth Week. Bodi called the meeting to order and led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance. Vice President James Kurtz led
members in the 4-H Pledge. Secretary Shaw called the roll and read the minutes from the March 20 meeting. Fillmore gave the Treasurer’s report. A vote was taken for this year’s Babyland theme. The winning theme was “Farmland” by a vote of 12 to 10. Everyone enjoyed a grand Easter egg hunt following the meeting. Each colored egg corresponded with a variety of prizes for the members to choose from. Refreshments were enjoyed by all. The next meting will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at the fairgrounds.
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LOG CABIN COMES DOWN A piece of Catawba History was recently taken off the map. The old log cabin in the Catawba Cliffs was demolished and removed from the property due to structural and mechanical deficiencies. This home built in the 1920s had a majestic history with very few owners and was rumored to have housed diplomats during political meetings. The developers of Fairway Villas at CIC are the current owners of the property.
Planting peace this weekend at Perry’s monument In collaboration with the Put-in-Bay tradition of celebrating the Canadian holiday of Queen Victoria Day, Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial will hold its “Planting the Seeds of Peace,” event on Saturday, May 21. This is an annual event held at Perry’s Victory that commemorates the long-lasting peace between Canada, Great Britain and the United States through community gardening and educational activities for all ages. Perry’s Victory began holding the peace garden planting on Queen Victoria Weekend as a way to bring the mission of commemorating peace to life. “Gardens are synonymous with peace and transcend all language barriers,” explains Superintendent Blanca Alvarez Stransky. “The planting
of a peace garden at the Memorial is the perfect method for expressing the park’s dual mission — commemorating the War of 1812 and honoring the long-lasting peace between countries.” Children’s activities begin at 11 a.m. and run throughout the day until 2 p.m. Area gardeners young and old are invited to help plant the park’s new peace gardens on the corner of Toledo and Bay View Avenues and the corner of Hartford and Bay View Avenues. Planting starts at 10 a.m. gloves and trowels will be provided. Ice cream will be served to celebrate the planting and the beginning of a new season of events and programs at the memorial. Children’s activities will include a miniature fleet building out of recycled materials, compostable
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Traveling exhibit TV, small electronics collection May 21 makes stop at PC library By the end of World War II some 425,000 German, Italian and Japanese prisoners of war (POWs) found themselves imprisoned in over 660 base and branch POW camps in almost all of the then-48 United States and the territory of Alaska. Millions more Axis and Allied POWs were held in other camps in Europe, the Soviet Union, Canada, Australia and Africa. While Axis and Soviet POWs were both the perpetrators as well as victims of dictatorial governments and statesponsored violence, POW experiences on all sides embody ageless and timely themes of war and peace, justice under arms and issues regarding human rights, international reconciliation and future conflict avoidance. The roughly 372,000 German POWs held in U.S Army-operated camps across the United States were sent out to harvest or process crops, build roads and waterways, fell trees, roof barns, erect silos, work in light non-military industry, lay city sewers and construct tract housing, wash U.S. Army laundry and do other practical wartime tasks. With the high rate of 19th-century German immigration to America, many of those who worked with POWs spoke to them in their native tongue; some even had relatives or former neighbors among them. In the process, they formed significant, often decades-long friendships with “the enemy” and underwent considerable changes as individuals and as a group — thus fundamentally influencing postwar German values and institutions, as well as American-German relations. A number of POWs even chose to immigrate to the United States after the war. Using ten narrative panels and films about this story, TRACES’ mobile museum — a retrofitted school bus called the BUS-eum 3 — will tour, reaching schools, libraries, museums and historical societies. Barring unforeseen difficulties, the BUS-eum 3 will be in Port Clinton from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, May 23. It will be parked in front of the Ida Rupp Public Library at 310 Madison St. TRACES Center for History and Culture is a Midwest/WWII history museum located in Saint Paul, Minn. Each of its more than two dozen exhibits about Midwesterners’ encounters with Germans or Austrians between 1933 and 1948 forms part of a larger mosaic, a fuller image of a war that is often misunderstood or seen in clichés. At TRACES, WWII is a case study to learn from for today and future generations. To confirm the BUS-eum’s itinerary or learn more about this exhibit, see www.TRACES.org. The exhibit texts and photos can be previewed at that website; reading the narrative in advance facilitates speedier visitor flow in the bus. Educators are welcome to utilize any teacher material on our web site.
The Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste District is sponsoring a Television and Small Electronics recycling collection Saturday. This collection is for Ottawa County residents only. Materials from businesses will not be accepted. The event will take place from 9 a.m. until noon at the fairgrounds, W. Ohio 163. Residents will be charged to recycle CRT (lead/glass tube) televisions.
The fee associated with the service reflects 25 percent of the District’s cost and is based on contract pricing with the electronics recycler. To determine the size of your television, measure your screen diagonally from corner to corner. Fees for TVs are as follows: 24 inches and smaller — $2; 25” and larger — $3; all console units and projection screen TVs (limit two per resident) — $5.
Additional materials that will be accepted at no charge include electronics (DVDs, VCRs, stereos, etc.), flat-panel televisions and cell phone equipment. All electronics will be processed in the U.S. and all plastics, metals and leaded and non-leaded glass materials will be recycled. Computers are no longer accepted during the television recycling collection.
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with the waterfront, along with the appearance of our community as a whole, for our residents and guests to enjoy the improvements and attract them to our town,” the mayor said. According to the report from URS, strong support for a year-around use such as a hotel, conference center or waterpark was voiced by the stakeholders. Plan B offers potential to site this type of development. One of the primary comments to emerge out of the planning workshops was the need to enhance downtown and its linkage to the waterfront. Many suggested downtown enhancement took priority over waterfront development. For instance, one of the alternatives in Plan B was a modest marina complex at the foot of Madison Street as opposed to a large and expensive marina complex further east along the lake. URS suggested a “phased-in” implementation approach. They recommend starting with downtown enhancement, an issue that has challenged community leaders for 40 years. Second phase was to link downtown with the waterfront. Phase three is construction of the boulevard extension of Adams Street with utility services needed to provide for a hotel, conference center, waterpark or significant commercial develop-
ment. Phase 4 was the enhancement of the unique waterfront setting of the Waterworks property with walkways around Derby Pond. The final phase develops the Riverfront promenade and commercial establishments fronting on the riverfront. So, what will all this cost? First, the marina at the foot of Madison with possibly 10 floating docks would be just over $2.7 million compared to the $12-million price-tag for a full marina complex. The estimate for the rest of all five phases would be under $7 million. URS identified a number of grant sources for much of the land’s preparation. Mayor Tester is very anxious to find the money to tear down the old Waterworks Building and do the necessary environmental testing to see what might be needed to clean up the site. In fact, completion of the environmental testing was #1 on URS’s proposed action plan. It was in 1990 that the first group proposed a Marina complex. Actually, proposals of that nature, according to some sources, date back as far as 1964. So, the question remains … does this latest attempt at revitalizing the Port Clinton business and waterfront district have a hope of success? Or will it die as others have, mired in the minutia of city politics? Stay tuned.
plex. It is weighted heavily on “Smart Growth for Coastal and Waterfront Communities” issued by National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. Among other things, they suggest mixed land uses, providing a range of housing opportunities, walkable areas with water views, development of a “sense of place,” preservation of open space and encourage community collaboration in development decisions to keep public access to coastal waters in tact. (Sound familiar?) By the time URS and community participants got down to the third workshop in February, the proposal was for a “Plan A” or a “Plan B.” Plan A focused on full development of pretty much all of the 14 acres of Waterworks Park. Plan B provided for less development and more open space. In both plans, Adams Street was extended to a cul-de-sac near the Portage River. At the February meeting, the consensus was to go with Plan B. It was stated in the URS report that Plan B does allow for future expansion if development demand warrant “The implementation of this plan, speaking of the first phase, we will continue to work simultaneously
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American Legion Post 113, located in the old ABC Market building on Sand Road will hold a Chicken Paprikash Dinner tonight starting at 4:30. Cost is $8. nnn
I got a call this week from Tom Hrupcho, son of Joe Hrupcho, who up until recently was the last surviving member of the 192nd Tank Company C. Tom informed me that the families of that honored group of heroes will observe what he called “The Final Chapter” with a
Memorial Service at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on the morning of Saturday, May 28, followed by a special reception at Ida Rupp Public Library from noon to 2 p.m. We owe them so much. nnn
The First Tee of Lake Erie will host an Open House at Fairway Villas on Catawba from 4 to 6 p.m Saturday, May 21. It’s a chance to learn about the program that teaches life lessons to young people through golf. All are welcome. nnn
The Oak Harbor High School Vocal Music Department will present the spring “Pops” Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at the OHHS Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public. nnn
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Representatives from the Elder Colleges of Firelands College and Terra Community College will be the guest speakers at the Thursday, May 26, meeting of the Ottawa County Retired Teachers Association. The noon luncheon will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church in Port Clinton. To make a reservation, call Joyce Doust at 419635-2446.
POLICE from 1A was not able to attend the event, and sent Chief Deputy Randy Riedmaier in his place. “Deputy Regal is a 21-year veteran of the Ottawa County Sheriff ’s Office, having started in our Communications Division. He received a promotion to the Civil Division in 2006,” Riedmaier said. “We see Deputy Regal’s dedication and commitment to Ottawa County and the Sheriff ’s Office in everything he does. His professionalism and courteous demeanor to the citizens of Ottawa County and his co-workers is recognized each and every day. He is always willing to go above and beyond, whatever the task may be.” Regal is also Bay Township Fire Chief and is married to County Auditor Jodi Regal. The Port Clinton Kiwanis Club holds this event annually to recognize the local law enforcement community. Former County Commissioner Carl Koebel was emcee for the event. Each of the recipients was given a small trophy as recognition, and will have their names placed on a plaque that hangs in each of the departments.
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Magruder offers Medical Information Notebook program Magruder Hospital is offering an informative two-part educational series from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. June 9-10 in the Magruder Conference Center. The series is called the Medical Information Notebook program. The cost for the program is $10 to cover lunch both days. Each participant will receive an organizational binder to complete and take home. The program includes presentations from Barry Cover, M.D., on medical history and medical tests; Nick Marsico, RPh, on medications; Rachel Fall, LSW, on advance directives, Stein Hospice on end-oflife issues; Life Connection of Ohio on organ donation; and Walker Funeral Homes on funeral planning. Seating is limited to 25 participants; reservations can be made by calling 419-732-0208.
Strength training in Magruder Conference Center Local certified instructor Lisa Seckler offers two strength training classes in the Magruder Conference Center every week. The class is on going on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost for the class is $4 per session. This class is a full-body workout with lots of stretches to combat soreness. Participants use hand weights, elastic bands and tubing, stretch strips and their own body weight to whip those muscles into shape. Strength training helps prevent age-related muscle loss, in addition to keeping bones and metabolism strong. Participants may join the classes anytime. For information, call Rachel Fall, Magruder’s Community Outreach & Development Manager, at 419-732-4061. For information about other classes, educational programs and other events, visit www.magruderhospital.com and click on the events calendar.
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Wedding reception math: How to know how much you need of everything (ARA) - Acting as your own planner can help save money on your wedding reception. From ordering wedding napkins and favors to deciding how much cake and drinks to have on hand, you can keep a handle on costs by self-managing as many reception-related tasks as possible. But how do you know how much to buy? The reception experts at My Wedding Reception Ideas.com, a leading online resource for brides seeking unique wedding favors, wedding decorations and wedding supplies, offer these tips for calculating how much you’ll need of key reception items: Beverages — With all the dancing and celebrating they’ll be doing, your guests are sure to work up a thirst. It’s important to calculate the right amount of beverages to buy so you don’t run out. A good rule of thumb is to plan for one drink per person, per hour. You may need more or less depending upon the make-up of your crowd. Lots of kids? You’ll probably need less alcohol and more soft drinks. Plenty of adults who love a good party? You may
need to adjust the amount of alcohol accordingly. Here are some averages to give you a starting point: • Beer - Three to four beers per person. * Champagne - Two glasses per person (mostly for the toasts). * Wine - Three quarters of a bottle per person. One bottle of wine or champagne yields about six to seven glasses. * Soft drinks - Three to four servings per person. A 2-liter bottle holds seven to nine drink servings. It’s always good to err on the side of caution and order more than you think you will need - about a third more is standard. Check with your distributor before you order; some will allow you to return unopened bottles. Food — If you’ll serve cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before the reception, limit this time to an hour or 90 minutes - you don’t want guests filling up before the main event. Estimate three hors d’oeuvres per person, per hour - roughly five per person for the entire time. If your reception will be a cocktail/hors d’oeuvres event with-
out a sit-down dinner, increase your calculations to 12 pieces per guest. If you’re serving a sit-down dinner, one plate per person per course should be your starting point. You may choose to ask the kitchen/caterer to have some extras on hand in case anyone requests seconds or some last-minute guests arrive. For the wedding cake, simply tell your baker how many guests will attend and they can recommend the size cake you’ll need. It’s good to estimate more servings than invited guests as some may want seconds or bring last-minute additions to the party. If you’ll serve desserts other than cake, estimate one to two servings per guest. Napkins — Personalized or plain, linen or three-ply, wedding napkins are a wedding reception must-have item. It’s hard to imagine going overboard and having too many napkins, but it could happen - and if it does you may find yourself using those napkins at your first anniversary celebration. To ensure your napkin buying is on target with your needs, follow these guide-
lines: * Two to three cocktail napkins per guest for the bar area. * One cocktail-sized napkin per guest for the cake table. * One and a half dinner or luncheon napkins per guest at the meal table if you won’t be using linen napkins. For example, if you’ll have 100 guests, plan for 150 dinner napkins. Finally, favors — This one may seem obvious — one favor per guest. In reality, however, you need to allow for breakage (What if someone drops a box of favors on the way into the reception hall and several shatter?) and guests who may ask to take an extra favor home for a relative or friend who wasn’t able to attend. Increasing your favor purchase by just 10 percent won’t cost that much more, but could allow you to send guests home with an extra favor or two.
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Sax group plays Arts Series Musical Arts Series at Firelands will present Sax 4th Avenue for its Earl E. Warnke Memorial Concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21. The concert will be held at Firelands Presbyterian Church at 2626 E. Harbor Road in Port Clinton. Sax 4th Avenue is an innovative and exciting saxophone quartet that has entertained audiences throughout the Midwest with a unique blend of virtuosity, show-
COMMUNITY CALENDAR May 19
Wal Mart Bike Safety Rodeo
WHAT: Local Author, Leslie Korenko, will be discussing her two books about the early history of Kelleys Island WHEN: Noon WHERE: Ohio Literary Club from Bellevue at Avery’s Restaurant, 306 W. Main St., in Marblehead
WHAT: Montly meeting of the Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society. WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: In the Activity room at the North Shore Retirement Center
Elms Free Community Meal
WHAT: Final meal for the summer season featuring barbecue chicken, corn, macaroni and cheese and dessert. WHEN: 5 to 6:30 p.m. WHERE: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Guild Hall 2nd & Adams Street INFO: Reservations must be made by Thursday, May 5, 2011 by calling 419-8985544 or 419-855-8131
May 19-22 May 19-22 “Whose Wives Are They Anyway”
WHAT: One of the longestrunning Off-Broadway shows of all time, this spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies will feature actors from Playmakers Civic Theatre. WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: 604 W. Sixth St., Port Clinton INFO: www.playmakers.org 419-734-5044
Bob Latta’s Lincoln Day Dinner
WHERE: Sauder Village, Archbold COST: $25 INFO Terry Lowe, Chmn Ottawa Co Republican Party 419)898-6874
May 20-21 May 20-21 Rummage Sale
WHAT: Proceeds from the sale go to youth programs at Peace Lutheran Church. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Peace Lutheran Church, 900 S. Jefferson St.
WHAT: Finger Printing by the OC Sheriff Dept., Girl Scout Activities, Bike giveaway by The Salvation Army, guest appearance by Ronald McDonald, Wylie Walleye, Bike raffle for a new girls and boys bike donated by Wal Mart, safety bike rodeo, hot dogs at The Salvation Army Canteen WHEN: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. WHERE: Wal Mart parking lot
Concealed Carry Class
WHAT: Class members need to bring 50 rounds of ammo, eye and ear protection. WHEN: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. WHERE: Sportsmen’s Stop INFO: Dan at 419-341-1567 COST: $110/person
Community Clean-Up Day
WHAT: Oak Harbor’s downtown committee, in cooperation with the Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce, will be coordinating an inaugural Community Clean-up Day. Church groups, youth groups, service organizations or individuals can participate WHEN: 9 – 11 a.m. INFO: Chamber Office, 419898-0479
butter. Open to the public; dine in or carry out. WHEN: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: American Legion Post 114, 221 Park St., Oak Harbor COST: $7 per person INFO: 419-898-5888
Evening Tai Chi Class
WHAT: The class is being taught by certified instructor, Lisa Shuey from the Sandusky County YMCA. WHEN: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Magruder Hospital INFO: 419-732-4061 or www.magruderhospital.com COST: $4 if paid class by class or $20 if paid up front for the whole six weeks
WHAT: The proceeds from will be used to purchase a new police service dog and provide training for the department’s newest K9 Handler, Officer Josh Nelson. WHEN: 8 a.m. - noon WHERE: the Port Clinton Elks Lodge, 213 Buckeye Blvd COST: $10 INFO: Call Roseann Hickman at 419-308-4690
WHAT: This support group is an excellent way for patients, caregivers and family members to connect WHAT: There will be peren- with others to share infornials, annuals, bushes, bulbs, mation and resources. perhaps vegetables, pots WHEN: 12:30 p.m and baskets and other WHERE: Magruder Conferthings relating to gardening. ence Center WHEN: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. INFO: RSVP to 419-734WHERE: John Braun Park 3131, ext. 3370, by May 23 on Northeast Catawba Road near Resurrection Lutheran Wills and Estate Church.
WHAT: Three-piece broaster dinner — breast, leg and thigh — includes potato wedges, cole slaw, roll and
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tured with such as guest artists as the Navy Band Saxophone Symposium and the Toledo Symphony and group members direct the Super Sax Camp at Bowling Green State University. The concert will be followed by a reception for the audience to meet the performers. Admission is available for $15 at the door; students are admitted free. This concert is sponsored by Crown Battery and WGTE.
Cinderella live on stage The Ballet School, under the direction of Mary Ann Snider, presents the classic ballet “Cinderella” as well as a collection from stage and screen this weekend. Students age 3 through adult perform in this year’s production. This is not your Disney version of Cinderella, but is the classic ballet version, including the Fairies of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. After the Stepmother and Stepsisters have departed for the ball, Cinderella meets her Fairy Godmother who introduces her to the Autumn Fairies, who bring a lovely cloak. Then the Winter Fairies arrive with jewels, the Spring Fairies bring her beautiful dress and the Summer Fairies bring flowers. This year The Ballet School bids adieu to two seniors: Abby Batterton and Darra Christensen. Cinderella will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21, and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at the Port Clinton High School Per-
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manship and humor. The highenergy performances feature the classics of Bach, Haydn and Bizet; the unique jazz-fusion of Phil Woods; and the progressive rock of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. The group’s repertoire includes the finest in saxophone literature, original compositions, jazz standards and music that incorporates improvisation and choreography. Sax 4th Avenue has been fea-
First year jazz students will be dancing to “Dancing Queen” from Mama Mia. They are: Emma Zeitzheim (left), Blake Fleming, Allison Batterton, Olivia Christie and Sierra Seibold. forming Arts Center. Tickets are $8 each and are available at MozinArt Studio, 113 Madison St., Port Clinton, through Saturday. Tickets will also be available at the door.
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Dr. Crow is proud to be a part of the Reach Out and Read Program. At every regular checkup between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, each child receives a new, age-appropriate book to take home and keep.
Dr. Crow is a member of Firelands Physician Group, a multi-specialty group providing primary care & specialty care services to the surrounding region, and is on the medical staff at Firelands Regional Medical Center and Magruder Hospital. Dr. Crow provides patients with: All aspects of healthcare and wellness care Full range of family practice services, including healthcare for children, women’s health, preventative medicine, and elderly care Accepting patients from birth on up New Patients Welcome!
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COLLECTION May 21 st 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
The District will CHARGE for TV’s (see chart below). Ottawa County - Fairgrounds, W. St. Rt. 163, Oak Harbor Sandusky County - Fairgrounds, 712 North St., N. parking lot, Fremont Seneca County - Ag. Service Center, 3140 S. St. Rt. 100, Tiffin Measure your television screen diagonally from corner to corner.
Includes All Bellevue & Fostoria Residents This is a household collection only. No businesses or institutions allowed.
Television Size/Type Price 24” or less
25” & larger
All console units & projection screens (limit 2 per household)
Electronics & Flat Panel TV’s will be accepted at NO CHARGE. Accepting: CD players, cell phones, copy machines, electronic game systems, fax machines, VCR’s, radios, stereos, telephones, etc.
WHERE CAN I RECYCLE MY COMPUTER ? A full-time option for COMPUTER RECYCLING is available at Goodwill store locations in our District, listed below. For more information call toll free at 1-888-850-7224 or visit our website at www.recycleoss.org. Bellevue Fremont Port Clinton Tiffin 855 W. Main St. 1216 Oak Harbor Rd. 205 S.E. Catawba Rd. 2437 W. Market St. Phone: (419) 483-2244 Phone: (419) 355-1579 Phone: (419) 734-6042 Phone: (419) 447-5231
TELEVISIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING AT GOODWILL STORE LOCATIONS.
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Materion employees help co-workers in Japan With the first reports of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the thoughts of many Materion Corp. employees in the United States turned to their 38 Japanese colleagues at the Materion Brush Performance Alloys and Materion Beryllium & Composites sales office in Tokyo and production facility in Fukaya, Japan. Within a few days, word arrived that all of the employees and their immediate families were safe. But clearly the crisis was far from over, and Materion’s U. S. employees wanted to help — particularly those in the Company’s Elmore, Mayfield Heights and Reading, Pa., locations, who
work most closely with the facilities in Japan. The company quickly offered to provide lodging to any Japanese employees and their families who wanted to temporarily relocate to the United States. (None have chosen to move.) When concerns arose about the safety of the drinking water in Japan, two pallets holding a total 370 gallons of bottled water were air-freighted from Reading for distribution to the Tokyo and Fukaya facilities. Three more such shipments have since been delivered. To further the assistance efforts, Materion has made a corporate donation to the AmeriCares — Japan Disaster Relief Fund, and
set up a mechanism for employee contributions to the Fund. To date, the total corporate and employee gift has reached nearly $15,000. “Most of us cannot imagine what it would be like to have our daily life turned upside down, but that is what has happened to the people of Japan,” said W. Glenn Maxwell, President of Materion’s Brush Performance Alloys business. “Our hearts went out to our colleagues there, and we are proud of how our U.S. employees have responded. We know from the messages and photos that we have received from our co-workers in Japan that the assistance is very much appreciated.”
Employees at Materion’s operation in Tokyo sent a photo to show their appreciation for the thoughts, prayers and gestures of support from the co-workers in the United States. “We have been overwhelmed by the messages of goodwill and outpouring of support we have received from our Materion friends and co-workers,” said
Kazuhiko Sato, senior manager of Materion Brush (Japan) Ltd. “This has made all of us here in Tokyo and Fukaya very proud to be employees of Materion.”
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Café at Hotel Hands-on social media training Lakeside opens for the season May 23 The Lakeside Association will once again partner with Black Tie Catering to offer a unique lakefront dining experience at the Hotel Lakeside Café. The official opening of the café is Monday, May 23. Lunch hours are 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and dinner hours are 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. A Sunday Brunch Buffet will be offered from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning Sunday, June 5. Cost for brunch is $15.95 for adults, $6.95 for children (age 6-10) and children under the age of 5 are free. A free shopping/dining pass is available at the gates during the Chautauqua summer season (June 18-Sept. 5). This free pass
offers admission to the Lakeside grounds for up to an hour and a half. Ask the gate attendant for more details. The dining room and outdoor café provide a relaxed and family-friendly atmosphere. The lunch and dinner menus feature healthy, quality food at affordable prices. An expanded children’s menu is available. Reservations for parties of more than six guests may be made after May 23 by calling 419-798-4461, ext. 257. In the case of inclement weather, the outdoor café will be closed. Black Tie Catering is currently seeking kitchen and wait staff. For information, contact 937726-3704.
The Service Excellence Experience Customer Service program announces two upcoming workshops presented by Scott Brown of Great Service Lives. • Social Media 1: “Harnessing the Power of the Internet & Social Media for your Business” Social Media sounds like a great idea, and its marketing effectiveness is proven, but how do you get started? This session — back by popular demand — will introduce a practical guide to creating and implementing a social media strategy. We’ll explore which services to use, what to focus on, and specific strategies and tasks to take the guess work out of social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and examples of organizations who are doing it right. You’ll leave this fast-paced workshop with ideas, strategies and energy to super-charge your online marketing. • “Hands on” Social Media
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mended that you attend Social Media I before attending “Hands on” Social Media. Both Workshops will be offered on Friday, May 27, at the Ottawa County Improvement Corp., 8043 W. Ohio 163, Suite 100, Oak Harbor. Social Media I will be offered from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and Hands on Social Media will be 1 to 3:30 p.m. The cost for Social Media I is $10 each for SEE Certified Businesses, $15 each for chamber members and $20 each for others. Cost for “Hands on” Social Media is $35 each for SEE Certified Businesses; $40 each for chamber members and $45 each for others. To register for the workshops or for questions, call the SEE Administrator, Sheila Powell at 419366-7420 or email email@example.com. The deadline to register is 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 25.
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This small group session will allow us to review your Facebook page and discuss ways in which social media can impact your business directly. Come prepared to log-in to your social media accounts and leave with new tricks, tips and practical knowledge that can be immediately applied to your Facebook, YouTube and other accounts. This session will be best suited for individuals who have at least started the process of registering Facebook Fan Pages & YouTube accounts. The workshop will be held in the computer lab for a hands-on experience. This workshop is limited to 12 participants because of the number of computers available. These workshops count towards the requirements to maintain SEE Certification; however, the workshops are open to all businesses and their workforce. You can opt to attend one or both workshops though it is recom-
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Kathy Joy joins realty sales team Kathy Joy has joined the full time sales staff at Lakeside Chautauqua Realty. “We are all excited to have Kathy join our team,” said Charlene Carroll, broker at Lakeside Chautauqua Realty. “Her sales experience and knowledge of the area will be very valuable to LCR and to anyone who wants to sell their home or purchase a new home.” JOY Joy has 15 years of experience in boat sales working with both buyers and sellers at Lakeside Marine and has lived in the Lakeside-Marblehead area for more than 25 years. Call Kathy at 419-341-0142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are looking for a new home, second home or investment property. You can also visit the LCR website at www.lakesidechautauquarealty.com.
Kenny House adds massage therapist Linda Schippa, LMT, will be joining the staff at The Kenny House. Linda graduated from The Northwest Academy of Massotherapy in Maumee in April 2009, and passed the State Medical Board exam in August of that year. She and has been licensed in Ohio for two years and working in the Toledo area. The Kenny House has been mas- SCHIPPA sage therapy for more than 10 years. Schippa, who said she is excited to become a part of this group, provides Swedish Massage, reflexology and treatment for sciatica. In addition to her previous training, she attended an Orthopedic Massage and Pain Management seminar last spring. Call The Kenny House at 419-734-5943 to schedule an appointment with Schippa. Her available hours are Thursday and Friday evenings, with daytime appointments Saturdays and Sundays upon request.
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Real estate broker Len Partin and Realtor Glenda Ward, both members of the National Association of Realtors, met with Congresswoman Kaptur to review and discuss important real estate issues. Some of the issues discussed were: retention of mortgage interest deductions for both primary and secondary homes; extension of the national flood insurance program as a five-year program verses the present one-year program; reform needed to the current restrictions and problems in financing residential condominiums and commercial properties; and local effects created by foreclosures and short sales. Congresswoman Kaptur strongly recommended “keeping your money home” through the use of our state- and locally owned banks and credit unions. According to Partin, Kaptur was receptive, informative and pleased to hear from our area.
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Can you save for retirement and education? The school year is coming to a close, which means that if you have young children, you are now one year closer to college days — and college bills. At the same time, you are moving nearer to your own retirement. Can you save for college while you put money away for retirement? Yes — but it will take planning, patience and discipline. Your first step is to be aware of the challenges you will face. As you know, the financial crisis of 2008 and early 2009 took a bite out of just about everyone’s retirement portfolio. And even though the markets have bounced back strongly, you might still have some ground to make up in your 401(k), Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or other accounts. At the same time, budgetary pressures may lead to reductions in Pell Grants and other federally backed financial aid to students, so you may need to provide more assistance to your children than you once might have thought. To deal with these challenges and help yourself make progress toward your college/retirement objectives, consider the following moves:
• Establish some priorities. How much should you save and invest for retirement versus college? Also, how much of the college costs would you like to cover: 100%, 50% or perhaps a set dollar amount? There’s no one “right” answer for everyone — you’ll have to establish priorities based on your preferences and family situation. But once you’ve set these priorities, you’ll have some guiding principles to govern your savings and investment decisions. • Put time on your side. The earlier you start saving for both your retirement and your children’s college education, the better your chances of reaching your goals. • Choose the right investment vehicles. You may want to work with a financial advisor to choose the appropriate mix of investments for your needs. But in general, it’s a good idea to contribute as much as you can afford to your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement account. Your contributions are generally made with pretax dollars, and your earnings can grow tax deferred. And whether or not you have access to a
401(k) or other employer-sponsored plan, you can probably also contribute to a traditional IRA, which offers tax-deferred earnings, or a Roth IRA, which provides tax-free earnings, provided you’ve held your account at least five years and you don’t start taking withdrawals until you’ve reached age 59½. To save for college, you may want to explore a 529 plan, which also provides tax-free earnings, provided they are used for qualified higher education expenses.* • Keep investing. The financial markets will always move up and down — so in some months, you might not like what you see on your investment statements. But the most successful investors keep investing in good times and bad. If you decide to take a “timeout” from investing and head to the sidelines during a market slump, you could miss out on the next rally. By following these suggestions, you can keep moving forward toward two special times in your life: when your children attain the higher education that can help them succeed in life and when you can enjoy the retirement for which you’ve worked so hard. nnn
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Sportsmanship Awards The following high school athletes were honored with 2010-2011 Sandusky Bay Conference sportmanship awards: Adam Smercina and Dayna Setzler from Oak Harbor and Eric Reynolds and Kelly Anne Passabet from Port Clinton.
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Marblehead Lions Club Students of the Month March The Lions Club of the Marblehead Peninsula selected of Rebecka Hartman as March’s Student of the Month. Becka is a Danbury High School senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hartman of Danbury. HARTMAN Becka is secretary of the senior class, National Honor Society, Key Club and World Language Club. She is a member of the yearbook staff and has been a varsity cheerleader for four years, serving as captain this year. Becka is a four-
year letter winner for cross-country and track, serving as captain this year. Becka has earned her academic and activity letters and helped with the play last fall. Becka has traveled to Australia and New Zealand as part of the People to People program. She is active in St. Joseph Catholic Church youth group, serving as vice president for the past four years. After graduation, Becka plans to attend Xavier University to major in nursing. She said her mother has influenced her the most. “She has pushed me to be the best I can be and has never judged me,” Becka said. The Danbury staff states that Becka “is a leader, who is diligent about completing tasks in a timely manner. She is organized and very responsible. You never have to
worry about giving her a job to do, as she will always come through for you.”
April Lions Club of the Marblehead Peninsula has selected Michelle Moore as April’s Student of the Month. Michelle is a Danbury High School senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart. Michelle is a mem- MOORE ber of the Danbury High School National Honor Society, Student Council, World Language Club, Key
Club, and Laker Chorus. She is a high school office aide this year and does Stats for the Track Team. Her artwork was displayed at the Ottawa County Fair last summer. Michelle plans to attend Eastern Michigan University next fall to pursue studies in the field of Psychology. Her hobbies include art, photography, and making people laugh. Michelle has been influenced the most by her sister, Andrea. “She has always been there for me through the hard times. She has taught me to be a hard-working individual.” The Danbury staff states that Michelle “is a helpful, personable, and conscientious student.”
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Jennifer Amos is PCMS Teacher of the Quarter Mrs. Jennifer Amos, Port Clinton Middle School Fleet 8 Language Arts Teacher, was selected as Teacher of the Quarter. PCMS students voted during their lunch periods for the one teacher they thought has been the most influential to them. Every student
could vote from a ballot of all PCMS teachers. Mrs. Carrie Sanchez, PCMS Principal, made an announcement at the end of the day, at the same time Mr. Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools and Mr. Troy Diels, Dean of Stu-
dents surprised Mrs. Amos in her classroom with the award. Mrs. Amos received a plaque provided by PCMS Student Council and a gift certificate to Hair Quarters in Port Clinton. Some of the quotes from students on their nomination forms about her in-
cluded: “She always has an uplifting smile”; “She is awesome”; “She has worked hard this year”; and “She makes class fun and cares about kids opinions” The Teacher of the Quarter program was developed to allow students to recognize their teach-
ers for instruction and caring acts that enrich their lives. Each quarter, Port Clinton Middle School recognizes not only the teacher who receives the most votes, but also all of the teachers who received special nominations from their students.
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GARAGE SALE Friday & Saturday May 20-21, 8-5. 237 N. Channel Grove Rd, Marblehead. Fishing & boating, lots of miscellaneous household items. GARAGE SALE unit #104 at Sorgen’s Small Storage 2156 State Rd., Port Clinton. TVs, some furniture, dishes, antiques, miscellaneous. Saturday & Sunday, May 21 & 22, 10-4. GARAGE SALE, May 20th & 21st, 8AM to 2PM. 219 E. 11th St., Port Clinton. Household, antique doll buggy, aquarium, much misc. GEM BEACH multi family yard sale- May 20 & 21 at 9. Antique collectables, lawn mowers, luggage, folding picnic table, snow/water skis, books, artwork, lamps/ shades, Christmas, much miscellaneous home. Located across from Gem Beach park on Carolina St.
BEAUTIFUL WATER FRONT PROPERTY… View of the Islands. 5 bedroom Victorian home with uniquely finished basement. Indescribably beautiful Dining Room w/ gourmet kitchen, pantry, & prep room, 5 fireplaces, wet bars in Library & Family Room in bsmnt. www.4259Converse. com or call BARB GILLUM.
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FRIDAY MAY 27 2234 E. Sand Rd., Port Clinton, 8-4. Girls’ vanity, girls’ furniture, toys, kitchen, clothes 12-16, Thomas the Train, Vera Bradley, Fenton, Longaberger, vintage Dr. scale $60, antique gas lights $30. BARN SALE 5710 N. Russell, Oak Harbor, 9-?. THURSDAY MAY 26 - MONDAY MAY 30. Rock saw & grinder, clothing, toys, tool & various kitchen items.
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Mobile Home for Sale 1988 LIBERTY mobile home 64X14 with 24X10 enclosed porch. Two bedroom, new A/C & furnace. Private beach & boat dock included. Asking $40,000. Located in Port Clinton 419-635-4056, 419356-7896. BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED 12x45 mobile home on rented lot at Bass Haven Mobile Home Park in Marblehead Ohio. Fully furnished 2 bedroom, covered patio. $265/ mo lot rent (season paid) includes water, trash disposal. Dockage available. $29,500.
Trailer 2010 DUTCHMEN Sport 27B. Pristine condition, sleeps 8. Used once, all accessories included. Stored inside. $13,500 OBO 216401-9159. Located in Catawba. GEM BEACH summer trailer for sale. Two bedroom, one bath, furnished. Three blocks to water. $14,500 440-8212160. Wanted: ATTENTION VENDORS: Showcase your crafts this summer at a high traffic store, located in Fort Firelands. Opening Memorial Day weekend.Limited space for rent at affordable rate. For information call 419-7344528. Help Wanted ARBY’S PORT CLINTON now hiring closing shifts. Must be at least 18 years of age. Apply today. EOE.
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PANORAMIC ISLAND VIEW! Brick home with Sandy Beach, 100 ft. of frontage plus nice concrete breakwall/patio. 3 BR, plus loft area, 1.5 BA. Knotty Pine ceilings, 3+ car attached garage. A rare find! www.2059Sand.com or call for RUTHIE or JOHN CAPUTO.
SWIM, FISH, BOAT, CAMP! Adorable & affordable, Marine City mobile makes a great seasonal retreat. Clubhouse, pool, yacht club, & dockage available. $10,900! www.MarineCity58.com DEBI BENTLAGE.
SALE in the alley between Coffee Express and Second Street Gallery. 124 W. Second St., Saturday May 21 & 28 9-6. Heywood Wakefield furniture, beds, tables, lots of miscellaneous.
3 BR RANCH, RIVER VIEW! Walk-out bsmnt features spacious family room & workshop areas. Newer roof, windows, & water heater. 1st floor laundry. JENNIFER BEHNKE.
NEW SUBDIVISION Building lots, water front & water view, peaceful setting. Prices $48,500-129,500. Public utilities. View www.4FallingWaters. com or call for LEN PARTIN.
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Seasonal or Year Round home on beautifully landscaped, spacious & private 1/2 acre lot. Furnished 3BR ranch near lake and marina. Fenced lot. $134,900. www.7350Wall.com or DEBI BENTLAGE 419-276-7755.
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531 SHORT STREET, Port Clinton. Eight year old brick ranch. Two bedrooms, two full baths, eat-in kitchen, dinning area, living room. laundry room, and attached car garage. Move in condition. 1480sqft. To see, call 419734-2577. Open house Sunday, May 22, 2:00pm4:00 pm.
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FOR SALE BY OWNER Nugent’s Canal – Port Clinton
Lovely retirement home 36’ x 40’ on 50’ x 150’ lot. Fenced back yard & 50’ dock, 10 min to lake. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, large kitchen w/pantry. Large living room w/ water view. New refrigerator, washer & hot water tank. Covered patio & storage shed $98,000. Call 567-220-6671 (cell) for appointment.
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419.349.4697 FOR SALE BY OWNER
3601 E. Eagle Beach Cir., Catawba Island Lake view home with beach access!
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Brick home with 2nd story added in 2006. 3 bed, 3 bath, 3,508 sq. feet, hardwood/tile flooring, updated kitchen. 8x40 maintenance free deck overlooking Lake Erie. For sale, trade or rent. $425,000
Call Kelley 330-417-8743 for additional info or showing.
www.thebeacon.net Week ending May 13
Allen • 5-10-11 Lawrence F. and Cynthia S.Godleski to Kimberly A. and Jeffrey A. Mullins, 6691 Goldenrod Court, $294,000.
Clay Center • 5-9-11 Randy R. and Kimberly M. McNalley to Ernest Cottrell, 270 First St., $40,000.
Benton • 5-11-11 Kaiser Living Trust to William W. and Beverly A. Kaiser, new split West Kolb Road, $162,000.
Clay • 5-12-11 Bruce E. Beach to Citimortgage Inc, 955 N. Reiman Road, $36,667.
Genoa • 5-13-11 ClearVue Opportunity, XV, LLC to Julie M. Hogan and Janice R. Sheanan, 411 West St., $76,000.
Catawba • 5-9-11 Scott J. and Elisa F. Glanzman to Elizabeth and William R. Griffin, 515 NW Catawba Road, new split $125,500. • 5-9-11 CC Boat Harbor, Inc to Ralph E. Harper, Unit 28, Colony Club Harbor Condo, $24,500. • 5-10-11 Fannie Mae to Joseph and Amy Bilardo and Adam and Alicia Schultz, 4528 Weyhe Road, $70,000. • 5-11-11 Michael and Judy Puskarich to Matthew and Kristine Puskarich, 6003 Poplar, part int. $75,000. • 5-13-11 Wayne E. and Suzanne Kimmel to David R. and Cynthia A. Obergefell, 4160 E. Laurel Ridge, $390,000. • 5-13-11 Robert L. and Janis A. Bucklin to Timothy Bungo, 1600 N. Anchor Ave., $195,000.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Danbury • 5-9-11 Petros Home Inc. to May Investment Properties LLC, 2170 Bailiwick Lane, $851,265.18. • 5-9-11 5831 SR 163, LLC to Marblehead Canoe Building, LLC, Unit C-20 E. Harbor Condominium Storage, $58,000. • 5-9-11 5831 SR 163, LLC to Marblehead Canoe Building, LLC, Unit R-1 E. Harbor Storage Condominium, $145,500. • 5-10-11 Ottawa County Sheriff to 505 W. Main St., LLC, 8037 E. Harbor Road, $250,000. • 5-10-11 Brian P. Priebe to Rocks LLC, 9491 Bayshore Road, $373,000. • 5-13-11 Donald A. and Judith A. Chandler to Charles R. Lyles, 4451 Kirk, $25,000. • 5-13-11 Jacqueline B and Edward M. Kochalski to Jason and Megan Scott, 1510 N. Buck Road No. 89, $66,900.
Marblehead • 5-9-11 Elaine M. Monak to Richard J. and Linda A. Donich, 1009 Church St., $50,000. • 5-13-11 Bay Point Resorts. Inc. to Joel P. and Jennifer A. Horne, 113 Cove Court Drive, $379,900.
Harris • 5-9-11 Darwin A. Overmyer to Bryan and Kelly O’Connor, split 5.75 acres Ohio 105, $27,025.
Portage • 5-12-11 Trinke E. Hensen to Robert A. and Margaret E. Danklefsen, 1902 E. Harbor Road, $46,800. • 5-13-11 L and E Properties to Port Clinton of Ohio, LLC 650 E. Catawba and 3755 Aqua Aire, $860,000.
Port Clinton • 5-13-11 Curtis and Johanna Knock to Roger Nienberg, 704 Edison Lane,
$18,000. • 5-13-11 John W. Harrington to Patrick J. Quinlan and Julie Powland, 266 Clinton Reef Drive, $101,000.
Put-in-Bay Village School • 5-13-11 Christine Ontko to Clifford A. Fulton, 113 Thompson Road, $330,000.
Thursday, May 19, 2011 7B
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Spring Into A New Career at our Party in the Park Cardinal Staffing Services THE GOVERNMENT DESIGNATED DANGER ZONES OFF THE SHORES OF CAMP PERRY AND THE ERIE INDUSTRIAL PARK CONTINUES TO BE USED FOR FIRING OF LARGE CALIBER INERT ARTILLERY, ANTIAIRCRAFT WEAPONS, SMALL ARMS AND OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES. RESTRICTED ENTRY AS PROVIDED BY TITLE 33, UNITED STATES CODE, IS BEING ENFORCED. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY CLEAR OF THESE ZONES DURING PERIODS OF FIRING ACTIVITY. BOATERS, FISHERMEN, AND AIRCRAFT PILOTS SHOULD REFER TO THE NOAA MARINE NAVIGATIONAL CHART #14830 AND THE TOLEDO AIR SECTIONAL CHART RESPECTIVELY FOR EXACT BOUNDARIES. THE CAMP PERRY STROBE LIGHT LOCATED AT 41° 32’ 15” N AND 083° 01’ 00” W WILL BE ACTIVATED AND RED RANGE FLAGS DISPLAYED DURING CONDUCT OF FIRING. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES MARKED AS RANGE “DANGER ZONE I” AND RANGE “DANGER ZONE II”, SHOWN ON THE CHART (CAMP PERRY FIRING RANGE) ATTACHED HERETO. THESE BOUNDARIES AFFECT TWO DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 5,000’ ABOVE GROUND LEVEL (AGL) AND MAY BE IN USE BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 6 P.M. DAILY, INCLUDING WEEKENDS, DURING THE ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR OF 2011. LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE II EXTENDS 10 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 23,000’ AGL. FIRING IN THIS ZONE IS NORMALLY CONDUCTED BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND 5 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT FEDERAL HOLIDAYS. EXTENSION TO THESE HOURS WILL BE PUBLISHED UNDER A SEPARATE NOTICE. DURING THE BOATING SEASON, THESE ZONES ARE NORMALLY MARKED WITH ORANGE AND WHITE BUOYS BEARING THE WORDS “RANGE DANGER ZONE”. THE 2008 RANGE ACTIVITY WILL NOT REQUIRE THE TOTAL USE OF DANGER ZONE II. CONSEQUENTLY, A MODIFIED DANGER ZONE II FOR 2008 WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACED ON A WEST TO EAST LINE. APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONEHALF MILES SOUTH OF USCG BUOYS A, B AND C. THE BUOYS WILL BE NUMBERED II-32 THROUGH II-19 (FROM WEST TO EAST). THE AREA NORTH OF THIS LINE OF BUOYS WILL BE SAFE FOR MARINERS DURING PERIODS OF FIRING INTO DANGER ZONE II (SEE CHART). MARINERS DESIRING GENERAL INFORMATION ON NAVIGATION OR PUBLIC USE OF THESE ZONES WILL CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RANGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MARINE VHF CHANNEL 16, OR TELEPHONE 614-336-6245/6203 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RANGE EMERGENCIES ONLY CALL 614-336-6262.
Sat., May 21 • 9am - 1pm City Park, Port Clinton
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THE VILLAGE OF MARBLEHEAD is seeking a permanent, part-time FISCAL OFFICER to work a maximum of thirty-two (32) hours per week. Applicants must hold an associate degree in accounting, finance or related field or have a minimum five (5) years experience in governmental cash basis fund accounting. Experience with the State Auditor’s Uniform Accounting Network (UAN) system is desirable. Additional responsibilities include all duties provided by law for the Fiscal Officer of a Municipality and other duties as assigned. Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to the attention of: Mayor Jacqueline Bird, 513 W. Main St., Marblehead, OH 43440. All letters must be received no later than Monday, June 6, 2011.
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• 3031 Tiara Dr., Catawba Sub., $33,900 NEW PRICE! • • 2844 Ohmswood Dr., $38,500 • • Carriage Cove Lots - Catawba $37,500 to $56,000 • SPRING INTO SUMMER SALE Must close before July 4, 2011
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2175 S. BRISTOL DR. $499,000 • Lakefront views • Dockage at back door • Custom with style • 3 bedrooms 2 1/2 baths
1909 E. HARBOR RD. #404W $299,620 • Fully furnished • 3BR, 3 full baths • Dockage available in private marina • Sandy beach • Easy highway access
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SANDUSKY - 517 Portside Drive NEW LISTING!
• THE HARBOUR: 3BR 2.5BA Island Townhome Condo with open floor plan and fabulous water views. • This unit cantilevers over the Harbor and your dock is at the door with a large wrap around deck. Main dock 40ft w/smaller dock for water toys. • Your own pool w/small clubhouse just steps from your door. • Oversized 2 car attached garage w/plenty of storage.
• Great Location • Prices Reduced • Call for more details.
Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
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NEW LISTING! $425,000. • 4BR 3BA completely refurbished home in Colony Club Estates on Catawba Island w/private deep water marina and direct access to Lake Erie. • Spectacular sunset views, all new landscaping & more. • You may lease a dock, purchase one or buy a share of the marina.
CATAWBA ISLAND - 5131 & 5235 BLUE TEAL $84,900 - $139,500 • Prime Catawba Bay lots. • Walk to the Catawba Bay Marina and Clubhouse with pool and exercise OPEN HOUSES room. • Two OPEN SAT & SUN. mile nature walking trail. 1-3:00 P.M. • Build your Catawba Island dream 4489 E. Harbor’s home and vacation every day! Edge Dr. at CIC, Catawba Island LE MARIN CONDOS &
327 Channel Grove – Marblehead Open Thursday 5-7 • Well built home/Full basement • Walk to marina/Dockage available • Watch sunsets over East Harbor • $255,000 • Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Catawba Cliffs • 3 bd/2.5 ba. 2832 sq. ft. • Updated 2010, views of Lake • www.HowardHanna.com/802847 • $649,000 • Ted/Mark 419-563-4968
Catawba – Parcels Post • Year ‘round use - Furnished • No lot rent! Dock & pool • Neat, clean, immediate occupancy • $49,900 • Sharon Polanco 419-341-0080
Catawba • Eagle Beach, lakefront amenities • 2/3 bedrooms, wbfp, lake view • www.howardhanna.com/20110753 • $279,900 • Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Catawba • 3 bedroom ranch • 2 – 30 ft boat slips • www.LakeErieLife.com • $284,900 • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 P.M. 2693 S. Amherst. Cove on the Bay. Danbury Twp.
Gated Lakefront Resort Community with Clubhouse, indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room, fitness room, 2 wind-screened tennis courts, and private, deep water marina on Lake Erie. $169,900. - $389,000.
Port Clinton • 4 BR/3 Full Baths/.52 Acres • Open fl plan/Vaulted ceilings • Water Front w/65 ft dock at door • $ 224,900 • Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Place at the lake Port Clinton • 1320 sq. ft. brick • Central air/wood floors/garage • 1/3 acre lot • $126,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Discover the Nor’Easter Cove Luxury Waterfront Townhomes …minutes from the lake!
On Catawba Island Nor’Easter Cove Features & Benefits • Private Marina • Floating Dock Steps from your home • High Quality Construction • Fabulous Views of West Harbor • Olympic Size Pool • Nor’Easter Club Membership* • Public Water & Sewer
For more information please contact: Bill Van Der Giessen PH: 419-656-4300 www.noreastercove.com
3134 Confederate - Johnson’s Island Open Sunday 3-5 • 3 bed 2 bath, lots of storage • Deck looks over woods, newer roof • Granite countertops, most appliances stay • $239,000 • Lisa Horman/ Mary Ann Gecsi 419-271-8110
Port Clinton • 3 bed home w/central air • Detached garage, full basement • Spacious private fenced backyard • $84,400 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Port Clinton • Turnkey Lakefront condo • Walk to Jet Express • www.CallSueP.com • $139,500 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Marblehead • Cozy home with huge wooded lot • Close to school • Stick built with wood floors • $129,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
11088 Bayshore - Marblehead Open Thursday 6-8 • 2011 Bay Point beach membership included • 1600 sf., sunset views, 1/2 acre • Some lake view - near dockage, golf • New Price! $179,000 • Sharon Polanco 409-341-0080
OPEN HOUSES 184 Morningside Port Clinton Open Sun 12-2 2 bed/2 bath overlooking pond. $69,900 Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
1728 Morningside Port Clinton Open Sun 12-2 3 bed/2 bath double wide in year round park. $67,500 Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
812 Main St. Marblehead Open Sat & Sun 11-2 South Passage luxury waterfront condos. Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
VACANT LAND Kelleys Island • 700 ft of shoreline • 13 acres partially wooded • Near airport • Margaret Lenthe 419-341-2014 Catawba • Waterfront lots w/dockage at door • Quality home sites/60 acres of protected wetlands • Nature preserve w/2 mile nature trail • Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Catawba Island - NEW PRICE! • Catawba Place corner lot • Near Gem Beach, NorEaster • www.howardhanna.com/904094 • $33,900 • Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Marblehead • Waterfront lot in West Harbor • Long dock for water toys • Best sunset views • $229,000 • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
Catawba • Waterfront lot/50 ft dock • Approval for additional 52 ft dock • www.LakeErieLife.com • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
Catawba • Waterfront developmnt/Blding lot • Views of water from 3 directions • Private clubhouse/pool/dockage • Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Office • 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 • 877-734-5751
Published on May 20, 2011
Published on May 20, 2011
Port Clinton Police Sgt. Don Gaydosh and Ottawa County Sheriff’s Deputy Dave Regal were honoredWednesday with KiwanisLaw Enforcement Day awa...