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Davis Besse officials tell NRC they are ready BY JOHN SCHAFFNER “They know they are being watched.” Those were the words of Ottawa County Commissioner Jim Sass following Thursday night’s public hearing on the defective nozzles feeding into the nuclear reactor at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station. “I am satisfied that they made their case and that

safety is their primary concern,” he said. Eight members serving in various capacities for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission were on one side of the room, and six executives and engineers from FENOC — First Energy Nuclear Operating Company — were on the other side. The focus of the evening was a presentation by

FENOC to the NRC explaining their rationale for getting DavisBesse back online within a few weeks after inspections during their recent re-fueling outage uncovered cracks in the Reactor Vessel Head Control Rod Drive Mechanism nozzles. This is a near repeat of the 2004 problems that caused the plant to make major repairs and replace the Reactor

Vessel Head altogether. Clark Price, director of site performance improvement, noted that the plant had operated safely and reliably over the past several years. Workers also completed weld overlays on all four reactor coolant pump suction lines as well as a number of other modifications to make the reactor safer and more reliable.

During the refueling outage, Davis-Besse engineers made more than 280 manual examinations. Then, on March 12, they identified the first indications of boron deposits indicative of leaks in the nozzles showing the deposits on the reactor head and immediately notified the NRC. On one

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Trees were stripped and cars crushed after a tornado tore through Allen Township late Saturday night.

Relief efforts in full swing Tornado destroys 11 homes in western Ottawa County BY ANGIE ADAIR Recovery efforts are in full swing after a tornado ripped through northwest Ohio late Saturday night. According to Fred Petersen, director of the Ottawa County Emergency Management Agency, 11 homes were destroyed in Allen Township. “You don’t realize the devastation until you’re here and you look at it,” said Rose Markel, Catawba Island. Markel is a volunteer for the United Way and was on scene Tuesday helping to

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keep things organized. United Way, along with the Ottawa County EMA, Salvation Army and Red Cross have set up an operations and communication center — a big blue tent — in the heart of Ottawa County’s damaged area. There volunteers are checked in and water and gloves are handed out. “This is just amazing how warm and giving the people are,” said volunteer Sue Gillig, also of Catawba. Victims of the

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For more photos and continued coverage of Saturday’s storm, visit www.thebeacon.net.

BY ROBERTA REDFERN The Greater Port Clinton Arts Council is the sole host of an annual downtown Port Clinton tradition this weekend — the Arts and Crafts Festival. This is the 17th year for the daylong arts and crafts fair that stretches along Madison Street, and the first time the arts council has taken it on by itself. Last year, the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce —which has run it in the past — shared responsibilities with the council as members got their feet wet and prepared to take it on this year. It will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 12. Arts Council Secretary Sarah Pietrykowski said there will be about 70 booths spread up and down the street with area artists and their original artwork — anything from paintings and wood carvings to glass work and confectioners to name a few. There will also be children’s art projects, demos and entertainment going on all day. “We are very excited to be supporting not only local artists and the arts, but also to be bringing people into downtown Port Clinton to showcase what local businesses have to offer,” Pietrykowski said. Last year’s addition of demos such as

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Space available There are a few booth spaces left for the 2010 Port Clinton Arts & Crafts Festival. Anyone wanting to rent a booth, or any local business that wants to add information to the festival welcome packet, should contact Sarah Pietrykowski at sarahpietrykowski@yahoo.com or 419705-3730 by Friday morning. For information on events or how to volunteer, go to www.portclintonarts.org.

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The weather is getting a little crazy! Last weekend’s tornadoes were scary and our hearts and prayers go out to the families affected. I am reminded of the tornado that tore through Port Clinton and Catawba in 2002 that destroyed a lot of properties, but miraculously, no injuries. Our neighbors in western Ottawa County and Northeast Wood County weren’t so lucky. nnn

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in The Beacon’s Find Wylie contest last week. Our winner is Mary Sakacsi, of Port Clinton, who found Wylie in the Solid Waste Management ad on page 6A. Mary wins a $20 gift card from Friendship Convenient Stores. We will hide Wylie again this week. If you find him, drop us a note at our office or click on the Find Wylie icon online at www. thebeacon.net.

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Oct. 10, 1935 — June 1, 2010 Helen M. Janes, 74, of Port Clinton, OH passed away Tuesday, June 1, 2010, at Edgewood Manor Nursing Center, Port Clinton. Funeral services were June 4 with burial will be in LaCarpe Cemetery, Lacarne.

Gregory D. McKown May 26, 2010 TOMBALL, TX: Gregory D. McKown, age 50, died unexpectedly Friday, May 21st at his home in Tomball, Texas. Greg was born August 12, 1959 in Magruder Hospital and graduated from Port Clinton High School with the class of 1977. He was a very enterprising and industrious person, having started successful businesses in both Fremont, California and Houston, Texas. He is survived by his two children, daughter, Sarina, Columbus, Ohio, son, Ben, Austin, Texas; his companion, Stephanie Locklear; his parents, Larry and Carol Carstensen; sister, Stephanee Moore (William), sister, Laura Devore (Joe); brother, Philip Carstensen (Jody); and many other family members. He was predeceased by brother, Martin Carstensen. He will be greatly missed by all. Services honoring Greg’s life were held at Resurrection Lutheran Church on Catawba Island, Friday, May 28, 2010 at 12 noon, following the visitation. Burial was in Catawba Island Cemetery. Any memorial contributions may be made to the Resurrection Lutheran Church.

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April 22, 1924 — June 4, 2010 Anna L. Wylie, 86, of Port Clinton died suddenly Friday, June 4, at Jewish Hospital of Louisville, Ky. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, June 10, at Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, Port Clinton, where visitation will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Catawba Island Cemetery.

April 6, 1921 — June 7, 2010 Elizabeth “Betty” Puffenberger, 89, of Port Clinton, OH passed away Monday, June 07, 2010 at her residence. She was born on April 06, 1921 in Marblehead, OH, the daughter of William E. and Clara (Christensen) Robel. Betty was a graduate of Lakeside High School, where to this day she still holds the high schools long jumping record from 1938. She also earned her nursing certificate. On March 17, 1949 in Angola, IN, she married Ervan O. “Puffy” Puffenberger and he preceded her in death on October 13, 1976. Betty worked as a telephone operator for GTE for 18 years retiring in 1986, and she was a nurse at

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Camp Perry. She loved all sports, especially bowling and golfing. She was a huge fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes. Betty will be greatly missed by her loving family and friends. Survivors include: Daughter: Jane (Ken) Storrs of Port Clinton, OH; Sons: James A. (Bernadette) Puffenberger of Arizona, Judge Jack R. (Sarah) Puffenberger of Toledo, OH, Jerry L. Puffenberger of Port Clinton, OH and Jeffrey J. (Jennifer) Puffenberger of Port Clinton, OH; 14 Grandchildren; 11 Great-Grandchildren; 1 Great-Great-Grandchild; Brother: Francis G. (Helen) Robel of Lakeside-Marblehead, OH and Sister: Ruth England of Marblehead, OH. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and brothers: William “Bill” J. Robel and Richard “Dick” Robel, infant sister: Mary Jane Robel and very special aunt: Laurabel Velliquette. Visitation will be 2-4PM & 6-8PM, Wednesday, June 09, 2010 in the GernerWolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, OH and 9-11AM, Thursday, June 10, 2010, followed by a Celebration of Life at 11:00AM in the funeral home. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Port Clinton, OH. Memorial contributions in memory of Betty may be given to the Danbury Athletic Boosters or the Port Clinton Athletic Boosters. Due to city construction, please use the Second Street parking lot entrance for both parking lots. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

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Pauline Nagy Jan. 3, 1942 — June 6, 2010 Pauline “Polly” Nagy, 68, of Put-in-Bay, died Sunday, June 6, 2010, at Stein Hospice Care Center in Sandusky. There will be no visitation. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 14, at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, Put-in-Bay, followed by burial in Mapleleaf Cemetery.

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COMMENTARY

The Beacon By VIRGINIA PARK

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Mayflies are back for another season The first onslaught of mayflies that I saw this year was June 3. They were ranged by the thousands along the storefronts at the shopping center at Port Clinton and around the McDonald’s restaurant. Then around to the back of the buildings there was actually a pile of them near the rear entrance of the Rite-Aid Pharmacy. I haven’t seen a pile of mayflies in years — at least that I can remember. But, decades ago, on most mornings, there would be piles of the little dead critters under all the street lights. City workers would go around with scoop shovels and scoop them up and haul them away. I know they look goofy, I know they smell bad, I know they are a nuisance. But, just the same, I sort of like them. I know, I know. What is there to like about a pile of bugs? There is no rational reason. It must be that they remind me of fun summers in the past, happy memories of summer dates, swimming parties at the beach, drive-in movies, Bermuda shorts and watching the shooters at Camp Perry. Mayflies are reminiscent of fun times and I like them. (But only a little!). nnn

Ohio Attorney Gen. Richard Cordray has distributed the 2009 annual report of his office. In a cover letter, he outlines the year’s primary achievements as: • Handling 30,000 consumer complaints (a record-high number) and his office now takes complaints online or by phone rather than solely on written forms. • Filing eight major lawsuits and recovering $2 billion for investors and retirees. • Joining coalitions of federal, state and local officials to prevent housing foreclo-

sures. The Attorney General’s office also is continuing to pursue action against predatory lenders and perpetrators of mortgage fraud, foreclosure scams and other illegal activities. If you would like to obtain copies of the report, make your request via e-mail to Publications@OhioGeneral.gov. The report has a great deal of good information in it, including a list of the top 10 categories of consumer complaints from Ohioans.

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Jerry Jonke, of Port Clinton, phoned to extend an invitation for everyone to attend “A Day in the Park.” That takes place down at Lakeview Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 19. There will be food, fun and entertainment all day and something to appeal to folks of all ages. This will be sponsored by the Conestoga Neighborhood Group and other interested folks in the city. Jerry is promoting a car show and invites anyone who has a special car or truck, etc., to come to the park to exhibit their vehicles. Hot rods, street rods, classics – anything vehicle of interest will be welcome. There will be no fee, no judging; just drive in when you want. Pancakes will be served in the morning. Later in the day there will be a pig roast. There is no set charge but donations will be accepted. Face painting for the kids, a dunk tank and other fun activities are on the agenda. Call Jerry for information at 419-734-9300. It might be fun to make this a Father’s Day outing. Dad’s day is Sunday, June 20. So if you want to do anything special for

Sandusky State Theatre has its new program brochure out now and not only are great things planned for the summer season but programming is in place through the pre-Christmas season. “The Awesome 80’s Prom” is first on the slate — showing June 17 — July 11 on selected dates. And Saturday, July 24 brings a “Lake and Land Summer Tour of Homes” followed by a cocktail party with entertainment and silent auction. Tickets are available for the tour, the party or a combination of both with proceeds going to the theatre. You might also want to see “The Sound of Music” at The State in early August. It’s a great family favorite. To get show and ticket information, visit www.Sanduskystate.com.

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The storms were intense during Saturday night and very early morning, Sunday, June 6. Those warning sirens go off and you know you’re supposed to take cover. But you don’t know which area of the county is endangered. And when it’s dark you can’t see sky conditions to know if anything is headed your way. It’s scary.

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Military personnel on active duty (and their families) will receive free admission and free parking at the Toledo Museum of Art now through Labor Day. Military families must show appropriate identification to enjoy this wonderful benefit. This is a project of the museum in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts. It’s called “the Blue Star Museum” program.

our vacationland area. Family moments, fishing, camping, boating, swimming, fun with grandparents or extended family, stories about your baby or even your pet are welcome. A picture may be included. The area covered will be Port Clinton and surrounding townships, the islands (Kelleys Island and Johnsons Island, too). Stories in the book will be included at Judy’s discretion. Three ways to contact her are phone 419-341-6313, e-mail jporteroh@roadrunner.com or by mail at 2693 S. Amherst Ave., Port Clinton. nnn

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Dave King of the Marblehead Bank received the D.S. Kirkpatrick Award from the Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce at the Chamber’s annual dinner on May 20. Dave has supported the community for two decades with time and energy. The Kirkpatrick Award is recognition for dedication and devotion to the peninsula community. Congratulations, Dave! nnn

Dates for Camp NEOSA — North East Ohio Salvation Army — are June 21-26. Campers will be children ages 6-12 from low-income families. There is a $25 registration fee; transportation is provided. This is a week-long camp experience. It provides training in good health habits, cleanliness, proper rest, balanced diet and exercise. But there is also lots of fun. Swimming, canoeing, arts, crafts, sports and drama are some of the activities. Contact Maureen Saponari at 419-732-2769.

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Judy Porter, of Port Clinton, is beginning to assemble and edit a book, the working title of which is “Lake Erie Memories.” Do you love our area? Is it home? Or is it your beloved vacation spot? If you like it here, just write down some of your most memorable moments and send them to Judy. If you cannot write them yourself, she will assist you. This book is intended for a meaningful, memorable keepsake for people who enjoy

Sophia Loren said, “Mistakes are part of the dues one pays for a full life.” And Robert Kennedy was quoted as saying, “only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.” The moral of those two statements: take a few risks and don’t be afraid to follow an uncharted course or tackle an untried task. Those who never do anything are the only ones who can claim they never make a mistake.

Sound Off Thank you

This thank you to the Port Clinton Police and EMTs is long, long overdue. We want to thank them for all the times they had to come to our home. Their very concerned approach was very reassuring to us. Out of four times we’ve had to call for assistance, the response time was amazing. Three times, Geo had to be transported to the hospital and each time they assured me that it was their duty to help us and not to feel bad about calling them. Although the fourth time did not call for going to the hospital, the response time was also excellent — I don’t know what I would have done without their assistance. Thank you, thank you police Lt. “John,” and also all the other times thank you to the police officers who waited with me to lock up the house and head to Magruder Hospital. Also thank you to the great ER staff at Magruder Hospital. They are a very caring group and their caring attitudes helped put us at ease — it was amazing to us when they called our home the next day to make sure everything was okay. We are proud to be residents of this great community and

wish we could stay here forever. This is a great community to live in. Thanks, Geo (Ray) and Julie Thomas

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I want to thank Jack Stables and Dave Hirt of the Erie Ottawa Regional Airport Authority. Monday, April 26, we toured our local airport with 35 Cub Scouts and 15 adults. The Cub Scouts learned about airplanes and all the equipment it takes to maintain the airport facilities. The Cub Scouts also witnessed the rebuilding of the Tin Goose airplane that is taking place in the airport hanger. When we were finished, the boys did not want to leave; they were truly amazed by the experience. Thank you so much Jack Stables and Dave Hirt for taking after-hour time to help out with our local Cub Scouts. You both are true citizens and made great use of a government facility. Many thanks, Kim & Angie Auxter, Pack 361, leaders Matt Montowski, Troop 360, committee member

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BESSE from 1A of the nozzles, they found nearly two teaspoons of boron crusting. The reactor head has 69 nozzles. During the outage, 24 of the nozzles were identified for modification and the report stated that the flaws were found before they resulted in an operational challenge. More importantly, the structural integrity of the reactor head was not compromised. Scott Plymale, manager of plant engineering, put together a “Root Cause” team, utilizing experts from across the country. They performed rigorous examinations evaluating the boron deposits, operating temperatures and weld-stress calculations. The metallurgy examinations were extensive. They determined the primary cause was water stress corrosion cracking caused

by susceptible material, the environment and tensile stress. They concluded that the Reactor Vessel Head was made with materials and manufacturing methods consistent with other industry units manufactured in the 1970s, when the Davis Besse reactor was built. In analyzing the crack growth, the team concluded that the flaw is not expected to grow through the wall. Ken Byrd, manager of design engineering, said the defective nozzles have been re-welded and moved to a region with no primary water stress corrosion cracking and that they used new weld material that is resistant to degradation. In fact, “the new welds should last 25 years, long after the scheduled time for the reactor head to be replaced,” he said. According to Byrd, all nozzles with indi-

cations of degradation have been modified. oughly investigated the root cause of the All other nozzles have been thoroughly ex- problems, developed a new method to amination during the current outage. The model reactor head vessel temperatures conclusion: the Reactor Vessel Head will and restored the design margin with modsupport safe and reliable operation. Davis- ifications and planned inspections. OffiBesse officials plan to perform another re- cials feel confident ensuring a satisfactory actor vessel head inspection in early 2012. operating margin moving forward and The new core design is expected to reduce asked the NRC to return to operation as the temperature in and around the head soon as the final re-fueling measures are by about 3 degrees. There are still a num- completed. ber of activities needed before the plant is NRC Deputy Regional Administrator ready to go back online. Officials will pro- Cynthia Pederson said officials would take vide to the NRC a number of reports and the report under advisement and valuate calculations on the fixes every six months. its suitability for continued service. Barry Allen, site vice president, made these conThere’s a clusions: inspection rebetter quirements were effective at detecting degradation of way to buy materials, they have thorinsurance. You can buy your

TORNADO from 1A storm as well as volunteers are taking notice. “I can’t believe how many friends we have and how many friends we didn’t know we had,” said Jami Wyatt. She, along with her husband, Doug, and two children were in the basement of their home as it was destroyed above them. “We could hear the house creaking and the ceiling tiles were falling,” said Devon Wyatt, 11. He said the family had just returned home from a graduation party and went directly to the basement after hearing about a possible tornado on the radio. The family was watching TV a minute before it happened. Devon, his 8-year-old sister Lauren and his parents had to dig their way out after the storm. “Our kitchen was kind of in tact and we were able to get some clothes out,” Jami said. Other than those items and a table and chairs, the Wyatt’s house was destroyed leaving the family — like many others — to rely on friends, family and in some case strangers. “It has been amazing the outpouring of support,” said Jami. The help pouring into the area is much needed. In addition to the 11 homes destroyed, 14 were severely damaged and more than 20 affected in some way by the 165 mph winds. The governor came Tuesday to survey the damage and an assessment from

ARTS from 1A glass blowing and blacksmithing added to the event’s magnetism. This year, there will be demos and children’s programs at some individual booths as well, including local potter Collin Budd, a take-home art program for children by the Bethesda Arts Council; and a flag painting project for children at the Ro’s Garden Custom Artistry booth. The council is also trying to team up with local businesses this year to offer promotions and deals to vendors. They have dispersed fliers to restaurants and hotels to “encourage them to send people out to take orders and deliver to the artists or have a special starving artist menu,” said council co-chairwoman Carol Morgan.

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The Peninsula Helping Hands lunch will be held at St. John’s in Marblehead this Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. for recently laid off and retired folks struggling on a fixed income. The free lunch is sponsored by the Peninsula churches and other groups.

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Debris is piled up Tuesday in front of the home of Jami and Doug Wyatt. the Federal Emergency Management Agency is pending. The governor also issued an emergency declaration for Ottawa, Fulton and Wood counties. “We are making sure the State of Ohio is doing all it can to assist those in need,” Strickland said in a press release. “But because the need is so great, we requested that President Obama send support to help determine the totality of damages in the area.” Businesses, churches and individuals have been showing up since the

storm with donations of water, money and food. “We’re going to be here all week with the canteen truck,” said Maureen Saponari, Human Services Director for the Salvation Army’s Port Clinton Service Center. Hot meals, sack lunches, fruits, water and more are being provided to tornado victims and cleanup volunteers. “It is America at its best out here,” said Chris Galvin, director of Ottawa County branch of the United Way. “The volunteers just keep coming in.”

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Upcoming arts council events • June 22: Draw me in at Jodie McCallum studio, Marblehead. Come learn the magic behind writing and illustrating a book under the guidance of renowned children’s book illustrator Jodie McCallum. This is open to children from grades two to five. Materials for creating your own novel will be furnished. Two sessions are being offered to a limited number of children. Free. Email paul@ morganrealtygroup.com or call 419-732-0941. • July (date TBA): Summer Artists Retrospective featuring Virginia Zafirau • July 24 (time TBA): Amazing Kite Flight at Derby pond • Aug. 13: Appetite for the Arts event (location TBA) • An Art Cruise in the fall (date TBA) Attendees packed the street for last year’s event — selling everything from homemade salsa to art to handcrafted jewelry and vintage furniture under pleasant skies — and council

members are optimistic this year will be no different. This year’s weather forecast so far predicts 83-degree temperatures with a chance of scattered thunderstorms.

Thursday, June 17, for a special wine tasting event at Fairway Villas on Catawba. Tickets are $15 per person and are limited. Proceeds from this event help the Right to Life Ministry at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the March for Life bus trip to Washington, D.C. To buy tickets, call Diane at 419-967-0650 or

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The Port Clinton Elk’s Lodge has started its every Sunday summer breakfasts again from 8 a.m. to noon. The menu includes Mike Koehler’s famous scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, pancakes, sweet rolls, coffee, tea and juice, all for just $6.

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The Annual Ottawa County Republican Fish Fry is 5:30 p.m. this Friday, June 11, at the Port Clinton Elks Lodge. Ninth District Congressional Candidate Rich Iott will be the featured speaker. Tickets are $25 each, and reservations can be made by calling 419-460-2429 today. nnn

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The Ottawa County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 15, at the Ida Rupp Library on Madison Street in Port Clinton. “Patterns of Migration” will be the topic of Derek S. Davey, a professional genealogist teaching genealogy at Lourdes College in Sylvania.


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Lawren Breanne Adams, Walter Stuart Adeler, Alex Place Apling, Kathleen Ann Arent, Laura Lynn Ashley, Courtney Ann Atwater, Andrew David Bahnsen, Jesse Alexander Baker, Robert Dahl Baker, Mickelle Jacquelynn Barr, William Patrick Beasley, Lauren Alice Benner, Nickolas Scott Benner, Zachary Dwight Bergman, Brianna Ruth Biggert, Brittany Ann Biggert, Taylor Lynn Biggert, Tyler Jacob Biggert, Rebecca Susan Birchall, Kristina Ann Blatt, BrookeAnne Grace Blay, Bretley Allen Braun Jr., Jade Michelle Brennan, Jason Lee Britt, Katelyn Sue Brooks, Dustin James Brough, Nicole M. Buehler, Sheri Lee Buyck, Amber Rose Carolus, William Daniel Carroll, Brian Patrick Carter, Amanda Leigh Case, Caitlyn Brooke Church, Olivia Alise Cole, Edmund Timothy Cornelius, Molly Christine Curtis, Timothy William Cutcher III, Kelly Diane Daup, Anthony G. deLeon, Amberlee Sue Delphous, Roxanna Jane Dezanett, Jenna Fey Diekman, Dustin Michael Donalds, Shelby Nicole Douglas, Halley Catherine Ehlerm, Samantha Faye Fillmore, Jared Daniel Fox, Amber Elaine Frisch, Courtney Leigh Fuller, Matthew Shane Gandee, Andrew Thomas Garner, Jordan Elizabeth Glass, Amanda Lee Gnepper, Michael David Greider, Haley Lynn Gresh, Brock James Grzechowiak, Jenna Nicole Guerrero, Grady M. Gulvas, Cody Michael Hade, Nicholas Christopher Paul Halm, Ellen Marie Hammer, Brielle Ann Hanthorn, Elizabeth Burdette Hany, Grace Juanita Hanzel, Brock Elliot Harder, Cassie Danielle Harmon, Shalynn Marie Hatmaker, Tori Lyn Havener, Rachel Lynn Hegemier, Tyler Daniel Heiks, Tamera L. Helle, Scott William Hites, Valerie Michelle Hollis, Jordan Dean Huston, Brittani Reneé Jackson, Craig Daniel Jeffries, Jodi Marie Jess, Brandon William Johnson, Nicholas Anthony Johnson, Stephan Franklin Johnson, Thomas Phillip Johnson, Justin Anthony Kamann, John Earl

Kepler, Johnathan William Kitzler, Tyler James Kitzler, Ashley Irene Klaumann, Matthew James Klippstein, Steven Thomas Lindsay, Kevin James Lipstraw, Sara Marie Lipstraw, Jacob Lee Lochotzki, Katie Lynn Lochotzki, Abigail Marie Lopez, Dylan Jerett Love, Chelsea Denise Lowry, Joshua Lewis Luebke, Emily Elizabeth Macko, Michael Andrew Mallernee, Erica Kathleen Mauder, Damian Wolfgang McAtee, Chelsea Marie McClellan, Kara Ann-Marie McCloskey, Travis M. Meek, Tyler Wes Meek, Joshua Lee Miller, William Michael Ontko, Courtney Renee Palicka, Alexander Todd Pavlica, Bradley John Perry, Kathryn Rae Perry, Jenna Lynn Phillips, Alyssa Lynn Pierson, Olivia Mae Porter, Clarissa Grace Pressley, Nicholas James Priesman, Isaac William Puckett, Amber Lynn Rarden, Joshua Todd Ream, Adam Joseph Reedy, Alex Joseph Reif, Ian Michael Renwand, Aaron Curtis Riechman, Kristin Moyreah Rios, Terry Vaughn Patrick Rister, Trevor Immanuel Roby, Nathan Allen Rust, Emilie Kathryn Salyers, Zachary N. Sandwisch, Ian Anthony Schmidt, Katie Lynn Schmidt, Cody Allen Schuchert, Daniel, Karl Sebastiano, Caryn Elizabeth Setzler, Jonathan David Shank, Kenneth Gregory Sharp, Robert Gregory Shelton, Sierra Raychelle Sherman, Hannah Elaine Sigurdson, Jessica Ann Sigurdson, Mary Aileen Sizemore, Alysa Dyan Skadeland, Alexander Richard Sosa, Dillon James Stiger, Andrew Kevin Stone, John Eric Sutton II, Miranda Nicole Sutton, Thomas Alan Tabbert, Korrin, Elizabeth Thorbahn, Kristen Marie Todd, Kevin Andrew VanNess, Andrew John Walsh, Carter Lee Wargowsky, Brandon Casey Wasserman, Kyle Alfred David Wendt, Amber Nichole Whitt, Christina Diane Williams, Heather Marie Witt, Britnee Justine Wolf, Kevin Stoner Young, Kyle Zachary Young, Abby Lynne Zurvalec

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WHAT: Ottawa County Republican Party’s 27th annual event. Speaker: Rich Lott for 9th Congressional District WHEN: Social time starts at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. WHERE: Port Clinton Elks, 231 Buckeye Blvd. INFO: For reservations, call Karen McTague by June 7 at 419-460-2429.

Chicken Bar-B-Que

WHAT: The “JOSHUA D. PRIDDY MEMORIAL” Chicken Bar-B-Que. Meals will be prepared by Bar-BQue Traveler and will be 1/2 chicken, baked potato w/ sour cream & oleo, seasoned green beans & roll & oleo. Carry-out and drive thru available! WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. WHERE: Commodore Perry FCU in both the Port Clinton and Oak Harbor locations. COST: $7.50  

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WHAT: Knights of Columbus Measure Up Campaign to assist citizens with developmental disabilities. Sponsored by Oak Harbor K. of C. WHEN: All day Friday and Saturday WHERE: Oak Harbor Community Market INFO: 419-707-1179

Career Development Programs Through a combination of classroom and hands-on learning, on-site work experiences with local employers, and industry-driven curriculum, students learn the skills to become successful employees.

WHAT: Civil War comes back to life this weekend! Wander through settlers’ shops as they ply their wares, talk with General Grant and other notaries, and wonder through various encampments. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday WHERE: East Harbor Sate Park, Marblehead INFO: 419-734-4424, ext. 2; dave.ferguson@dnr.state. oh.us; eastharborstatepark. org

Vacationland Boat Show

WHAT: Would-be boaters will have one more chance to find the perfect craft before summer. Boats will be available for some of the best prices in years. Parking will be available on site. WHEN: Noon to 6 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday WHERE: Bassett’s Market near the intersection of Southeast Catawba Road and East Harbor Road in Port Clinton. COST: Free INFO: 440-899-5009

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United Daughters of the Confederacy and Johnson’s Island Rededication Committee will celebrate the 100th year of the monument. WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: Johnson’s Island INFO: rjw@ohio.net

Pre-5K-10K Spaghetti Dinner

WHAT: Dinner Includes: spaghetti w/ marinara, small salad & breadstick. No reservations needed and no take out. WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Captain’s Corner, Kelleys Island COST: $7.99

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WHAT: Join in the fun and try our new broaster foods. WHEN: 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. WHERE: American Legion Post 114, 221 Park St., Oak Harbor.  INFO: 419-898-5888

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WHAT: The Kelleys Island 15th Annual 5k and 10k Run sponsored by The Kelleys Island Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau. WHEN: 10:45 a.m. INFO: 419-746-2360

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WHAT: The Oak Harbor Public Library will be having 2010 summer programs for kids. There will be a special performance by Mark Wade, a ventriloquist. WHEN: 3 p.m. WHERE: Oak Harbor Public Library INFO: 419-898-7001

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WHAT: The Northcoast Jobs Connection Job Stores and the Seneca One Stop offer services and resources for job seekers and employers. Seminars are open to anyone in the community. Discuss applications, resumes, interviewing, networking, the Internet and more. WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Ottawa County Community Resource Centre, 8043 W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor COST: Free INFO: carol.guice@yahoo. com, 419-307-1189 or www.northcoastjobs.com

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Projects get $80K boost from Stensen fund Officials from the Stensen Memorial Fund recently handed out $80,000 for local projects. Main Street Port Clinton received a $5,000 grant to be used as matching funds for the purchase of new benches for our historic downtown. The total of cost of the project is approximately $12,000. The benches will complement the existing benches in at North Madison Street. This project is in conjunction with the city’s project for planters and grates for the downtown. Main Street Port Clinton is a non-profit organization striving to promote, preserve and im-

prove downtown historic Port Clinton. For information, call Main Street Port Clinton at 419734-5503. The American Red Cross, in their continuing effort to train the public in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automatic External Defibrillation and First Aid, accepted a grant in the amount of $2,000 to provide a limited number of training scholarships. These scholarships are available to those unemployed or underemployed who are building their resumes or in need of certification for licenses. Those acting as caretakers for high-risk family members are

also eligible. Anyone interested in scholarships should contact the local American Red Cross office by calling 419-734-1100 or emailing redcross@thirdplanet. net. The following county organizations also received funding: Black Swamp Bird Observatory, city of Port Clinton, Friends of Port Clinton Parks, Humane Society of Ottawa County, Ida Rupp Public Library, Joyful Connections, Musical Arts Series at Firelands, Ottawa County CASA, Ottawa County Community Foundation, Ottawa Residential Services, Port Clinton Area Harvest Festival, Port Clinton Area

Stensen grant recipients. Heritage Foundation for the Ottawa County Historical Museum, Port Clinton Braves, Port

Clinton Friends of the Cemetery, Salvation Army and United Way of Ottawa County.

OPEN FOR BUSINESS Monday afternoon, the ribbon was cut officially opening the new restroom/concession stand building at Lakeview Park in Port Clinton. Participating in the ribbon cutting were: Sharon Mefford and Bob Butcher (Friends of the Parks; John Schaffner (former chairman of the Coastal Management Committee); Jim Hansen (former City Councilman and chairman of the Parks and Recreation Committee); Tracy Colston (Port Clinton’s interim Safety Service Director and Parks and Recreation Director) and Port Clinton Mayor Debbie Hymore-Tester. PHOTO BY DONNA BECKER

Local Coast Guard vet chosen for Honor Flight MARBLEHEAD — World War II U.S. Coast Guard veteran and resident of Marblehead Hal Boehler has been chosen for recognition by Honor Flight Network. Boehler, a 50-year member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary and current member of USCGAUX Flotilla 16-12 (USCG StationMarblehead), will join other veterans on board the aircraft taking them to the memorial ceremonies in Washington, D.C., to be held in their honor. The day begins at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday, June 9. The Honor Flight Network is a nonprofit organization created solely to honor America’s veterans for their sacrifices. The organization transports our heroes to Washington, D.C., to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to the senior veterans — World War II survivors — along with those other veterans who may be terminally ill. For information, visit www.honorflight.org. Boehler entered service with the U.S. Coast Guard immediately following his graduation from high school circa 1943. He was assigned to serve aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Tupelo, a 180-foot cactus class cutter. He reported that he served aboard the Tupelo as she traveled from Baltimore,

Summer cooling program The 2010 Summer Cooling Program operated by WSOS will begin July 1 and last until Aug. 31, or until funds are exhausted, whichever comes first. The program provides income-eligible residents in Wood, Sandusky, Ottawa and Seneca counties with assistance to pay their electric bills. Those served can receive up to $175 for payment of electric bills. The Summer Cooling Program provides a onetime payment of electric bills to those residents who have a medical condition verified by a doctor where electricity is a necessity, who are income-eligible, those households who have a resident 60 years of age or older, or a combination of those eligibility requirements. However, residents who are income-eligible, but who do not have certified medical conditions or someone in the house over 60 years of age, are ineligible for assistance with their electric bill. In addition, Emergency Services program continues to certify residents for enrollment in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan or customers of Columbia Gas, the American Electric Power Company, Toledo Edison, Ohio Edison and Suburban Gas. To make an appointment or for information, contact WSOS Emergency Services at 1-888-441-4327.

Md., along the eastern Atlantic coast through the Panama Canal, up the west coast of California to San Francisco. After a short time there, they were off to Pearl Harbor and eventually out to the South Pacific in service to the U.S. Navy where the crew of the Tupelo assisted during the battle for Guam. Boehler says he witnessed the construction of the airfield on Guam where Army and Navy CB engineers took the top off a mountain to create the runway surface. It was from that runway the U.S. aircraft began striking cities of Japan. Eventually, the Tupelo took Hal and his crewmembers back to San Francisco then back along the route from where he began his service he left service in 1946 at Baltimore. Upon leaving military service he became a journeyman carpenter and worked for Hossler Construction Co. in Tiffin. He is proud to have worked with Hossler on large construction jobs such as churches. He devotes a great deal of his retirement time to the USCGAUX and enjoys spending time with his two sons, daughter, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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David S. Allen, Timothy James Almendinger, Shelby K. Anderson, Bradley Taylor Appleby, Haley Elizabeth Ashton, Samantha Joan Bacon, Erika Anne Bailey, Britney Elizabeth Bader, Eirik Bakland, Caleb P. Barker, Michael B. Barker, Elissa Joy Barnes, Ashley Renee Batterton, Andre Jules Boissoneault, Adriana Brito, Paul Cory Brown, Bethany Ann Buchanan, Jordan Willes Bulger, Timothy George Micheal Butts, Macy Aryn Caldwell, Briana Telina Cassandra Carlson, Nickolas Thomas Castillo, Nicholas Michael Ciacelli, Jennifer Lynn Clawson , Jonathan Kyler Clemons, James Lee Clum, Jenna Erin Culina, Katie Louise Cutcher, Emily Jo Davenport, Michael J. Davis, Rebecca Morgan Day, Brandon Cole Dubbert, Jared Bradley Dunn, Joseph Connor Dunn, Sean R. Elftmann, Spencer Scott Eller, Avery Michelle Faust, Leigh Anna Folger, Katrina Renea Ford, Rachel Ann Fox, Joshua Tyler Francis, Aaron Michael Good, Evan R. Gore, Amber Lynne Gosser, Kenny E. Grimes, Michelle Catherine Hablitzel, Kassandra Elizabeth Harder, Jerrod Hayes Harnisch, Richard Allen Harris, Ross Allen Hazzard, Nathan Otto Heineman, Ryan Michael Hicks, Stephanie Marie Hopfinger, Marcus Spencer Hunt, Cassondra Nikole Janka, Preston Wayne Jennings, Derick Carl Johannsen, Tyler Daniel Johanson, Erial Helice Johnson, Kyle D. Johnson, Andrew Joseph Judware, Brandon Michael Kouts, Stephen Charles Kowalski, Nicholas D. Krisfalusy, Adam Michael Leser, Kelsey Paige Lindsley, Cody Ryan Lovern, Anthony James Malfara, Ashley Nicole Martin, Ariann Michaela Martinez, Deanna Meria Maschari, Brooke Danielle McClanahan, Leon E. McCoy, Dakota Christopher McDavitt, Phillip Dayne McDonough, Heather Marie McFadden, Justin M. McFadden, Morgan Alyse Meisler, Kasi G. Millhouse, Anthony Michael Monaco, Ashley Marie Mooney, Rebecca Anne Mowel, Jeremy Allen Newton, Matthiessen Taro Nisch Quan, Ashley Lauren O’Lalde, Amanda Marie Orosco, Cassandra Lee Pine, Jason Leonard Que, Hillary Elizabeth Radsick, Alicia L. Ramey, Camille Simone Ramirez, Cory Preston Randall, Gabriel Alvarado Reyna, Christine Marie Reynolds, Allison Marija Rhoda, Stephanie E. Rider, Allison Brianna Riley, Emily Elizabeth Roder, Rachel Marie Rofkar, Amber Marie Ross, Marshall Thomas Rounds, Elizabeth Marie Royster, Shane M. Saas, Nicole Lyn Salvador, Christopher James Salyer, Mallory Catherine Schraidt, Travis Donovan Schwinkendorf, Taylor Jean Searight, Tyler Scot Searight, Jacob Lee Shoemaker, Taylor N. Sijan, Chaz Coty Slauterbeck, Kylee Ann Sloan, Nicole Ann Smith, Lana Taylor Sneath, Thomas Oskar Soerenes, Paige Kimberly Stevenson, Daniel Thomas Stewart, II, Leah Nicole Sutherland, Allen Terry Tigner IV, Angel Lynn Timmons, Nicole Carole Trick, Blake Alexander Troller, Jordan L. VanWinkle, Jordan Michael Wadsworth, Kevin Richard Wadsworth, Bradley David Warga, Samantha Meshell Welter, Hillary Ann Wertenbach, Misty Lee Wheeler, Brandi M. White, Jordan Daniel Wiewandt, Ju-Young Woo and Amanda Marie Wozniak.

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Terra Community EHOVE Police Academy Class of ‘10 College announces Class of 2010 FREMONT — The Terra Community College Class of 2010 graduated May 7 during an on-campus ceremony. U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown delivered the commencement address. The following Ottawa County residents received degrees: • Elmore: Matthew Elder, associate of arts, psychology • Marblehead: Nikole Barrere, associate of applied science, Nuclear Power Technology, cum laude; Michelle Bauer, associate of applied business, computer systems/ computer information systems and computer systems/ systems and networking support, summa cum laude. • Oak Harbor: Paul Dornbusch, associate of technical study, law enforcement/real estate; Ashlee Fick, associate of arts, education; Jennifer Fillmore, associate of applied business, computer systems/computer information systems and systems and networking support, cum laude; Justin Garcia, associate of applied science, plastics/ coloring of plastics; Sue Guerra, associate of applied science, law enforcement/police science, summa cum laude; Ashley Kardos, associate of applied business, office administration/executive; Jacqueline Kohlman, associate of applied business, marketing/real estate; Paulette Lipstraw, associate of technical study, total quality management/ office management, cum laude; Shirley Rose, associate of applied science, health information technology, cum laude; Stephen Strausbaugh, associate of applied science, manufacturing engineering/mechanical engineering technology, cum laude.

Locals earn degrees from U of Akron The University of Akron’s 2010 spring commencement ceremonies were held May 7-9 at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall. Brendt Browning, of Oak Harbor, received an associate of applied science in drafting and computer drafting technology. Scott Bowers, of Port Clinton, received an associate of arts.

BPW awards scholarships The Port Clinton Area Business and Professional Women recently handed out scholarships. Adult recipients were Angie Harris, Libby Wagner and Gina Warnke. High school scholarship recipients were Cortney Cook from Danbury High School, BrookeAnne Blay from Oak Harbor High School and Lana Sneath, LeighAnna Folger and Camille Ramirez, all from Port Clinton High School. Each woman was honored June 2 at BPW’s monthly meeting and dinner catered by Local Bounty Cafe of Coffee and Cream, owned by BPW member Stacy Maple. Those interested in joining BPW, or to learn about scholarship opportunities for women living in Ottawa County, call Leneghan at 216-346-9874 or e-mail ScholarshipBPW@gmail.com

Graduates are Robert Jackson (front left), Jason Kessler, David Moore, Brian Sloan, Adam Righi, Jesse Santiago, Joshuah Ward, Commander Jim Bond (back left), Joshua Cornell, Charles Deskins, Justin Dority, Nathan Edmonds, Evan Estep, Claire Evans, Gary Howell, Matt Sergent and Commander Chief John Majoy. Thanks to training at EHOVE Career Center, 15 graduates of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy have a new career path. This course is required to become a police officer in the state of Ohio, and exceeds the minimum hours required by OPOTC by providing additional training/certifications in specialized areas. Local graduates were Joshua Cornell and Nathan Edmonds, of Port Clinton, and Brian Sloan, of Marblehead. During the graduation ceremony at Mesenburg’s Banquet Hall in Huron, the graduates were honored and special awards were presented. Edmonds earned top driver and top academic honors and Sloan was recognized for perfect attendance. For information about EHOVE, visit www.ehove.net.

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Hundreds of People Cash In at the Sandusky Roadshow Yesterday By Jason Delong

Treasure Hunters Roadshow STAFF WRITER

Gold and Silver pour into yesterdays Roadshow due to highest prices in 40 years.

is buying. “Gold and silver markets are soaring.” says Archie Davis, a Roadshow representative. “Broken jewelry and gold or silver coins add up very quickly. I just finished working with a gentleman that had an old class ring, two bracelets, and handful of

Yesterday at the Best Western, hundreds lined up to cash antiques, collectibles, gold and jewelry in at the Roadshow. The free event is in Sandusky all week buying gold, silver antiques and collectibles. One visitor I spoke with yesterday said

“If you go to the Roadshow, you can cash-in your items for top dollar. Roadshow representatives will be available to assess and purchase your items at the Best Western through Saturday in Sandusky.”

“It is unbelievable, I brought in some old coins that had been in a little cigar box for years and some old herringbone necklaces and in less than fifteen minutes I left with a check for $712.37.” “It’s unbelievable, I brought in some old coins that had been in a little cigar box for years and some old herringbone necklaces and in less than fifteen minutes I left with a check for $712.37. That stuff has been in my jewelry box and dresser for at least 20 years.” Another gentlemen brought an old Fender guitar his father bought years ago. “Dad had less than fifty bucks in that guitar.” The Roadshow expert that assisted him, made a few phone calls and a Veterinarian in Seattle, Washington bought the guitar for $5700.00. The seller continued, “I got another $150.00 for a broken necklace and an old class ring, it’s not everyday someone brings six

Above • A couple waits with anticipation while Roadshow expert examines their antiques and gold items. The Roadshow is at the Best Western this week. thousand dollars to town with your name on it.” Jeff Parsons, President of the Treasure Hunters Roadshow commented, “Lots of people have items that they know are valuable but just don’t know where to sell them. Old toys, trains, swords, guitars,

Collectors desire vintage military items, Items from both U.S. and foreign origins from the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Spanish-American War, Revolutionary War and Calvary times have great value. Items such as swords, daggers, medals, hardware bayonets, etc.

pocket watches or just about anything old is valuable to collectors. These collectors are willing to pay big money for those items they are looking for.” This week’s Roadshow is the place to get connected with those collectors. The process is free and anyone can brings items down to the event. If the

Roadshow experts find items their collectors are interested in, offers will be made to purchase those items. About 80% of the guests that attend the show end up selling one or more items at the event. Antiques and collectibles are not the only items the Roadshow

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Roadshow Coin and gold expert Paul Dichraff examines a large presentation of coins, gold and collectibles.

silver dollars,… his check was for over $650.00. I would say that there were well over 100 people in here yesterday that sold their scrap gold.” One gentleman holding his check for over $1250.00 in the lobby of the event yesterday had this comment, “I am so happy I decided to come to the Roadshow. I saw the newspaper ad for the event and brought in an old German sword I brought back from World War II and some old coins and here is my check. What a great thing for our community. I am heading home now to see what else I have they might be interested in.” The Roadshow continues today starting at 9am. The event is free and no appointment is needed.

We represent many of the world’s top numismatic coin collectors We have been directly involved in millions of dollars worth of rare cash and coin sales over the past 15 years.

Our private collectors are seeking all types of rare coins and currency. We have the resources available to pay you top prices for all types of rare coins or entire collections. We can arrange a private discreet meeting with you at your bank or in one of our private suites. Whether you are ready to sell your life long collection or you are settling an estate we are at your service. We are professional, honest and discreet.

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Cash in with the power of the International Collectors Association Treasure Hunters Roadshow represents over 5000 members worldwide who are paying TOP DOLLAR the following types of items. • COINS - Any and all coins made before 1964. This includes all silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. All conditions wanted! • GOLD & SILVER - PRICES AT 40 YEAR HIGH! for platinum, gold and silver during this event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins, pocket watches, Kruggerands, Gold bars Canadian Maple Leafs, etc. • JEWELRY - Gold, Silver, Platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and

all types of stones, metals, etc. Rings, bracelets, necklaces, all others including broken jewelry. Early costume jewelry wanted.

From a single item to complete collections, the most sought after types of coins are: • Any coins dated prior to 1820, especially those dated 1700’s • High Grade Early Coins • Graded Coins • Proof Coins • Gold Coins with C, D,O and CC mint marks • Rare Dates • Complete Coin Type sets • Rare Paper Currency

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• WATCHES & POCKET WATCHES - Rolex, Tiffany, Hublot, Omega, Chopard, Cartier, Philippe, Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, Chopard, Elgin, Bunn Special, Railroad, Illinois, Hamilton, all others.

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• Gather items of interest from your attic, garage, basement, etc There is no limit to the amount of items you .can bring • No appointment necessary • If interested in selling, we will consult our collector ’s database to see if a buyer exists. 90% of all items have offers in our database • The offer is made on the spot on behalf of our collectors making the offer • If you decide to accept the offer, we will pay you on the spot and ship the item to the collector. The collector pays all shipping and handling charges • You get 100% of the offer with no hidden fees

The entire process only takes a few minutes The Treasure Hunter’s Roadshow event continues through Saturday in Sandusky.

• TOYS, TRAINS & DOLLS - All types of toys made before 1965

including: Hot Wheels, Tonka, Buddy L, Smith Miller, Nylint, Robots, battery toys, Mickey Mouse, train sets, all gauges, accessories, individual cars, Marklin, American Flyer, Lionel, Hafner, all other trains, Barbie Dolls, GI Joe, Shirley Temple, Characters, German, all makers accepted.

• MILITARY ITEMS, SWORDS - Civil War, Revolutionary War, WWI, WWII, etc. Items of interest include swords, badges, clothes, photos, medals, knives, gear, letters, The older the swords, the better. All types wanted. • ADVERTISING ITEMS - Metal and Porcelain signs, gas companies,

beer and liquor makers, automobile, implements, etc.

Silver and Gold Coin Prices Up During Poor Economy.

Collectors and Enthusiasts in Sandusky with $200,000 to Purchase Yours!

Got Coin? It might be just the time to cash in. This week starting Tuesday and continuing through Saturday, the International Collectors Association in conjunction with Treasure Hunters Roadshow will be purchasing all types of silver and gold coins direct from the public. All are welcome and the event is free.

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MARBLEHEAD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Awards handed out at annual banquet Keith Addy presented the D.S. Kirkpatrick Award to Dave King, president of The Marblehead Bank, at the Marblehead Area Chamber of Commerce’s recent banquet. The award was established in 1978 to honor the dedication and unselfish devotion to the principles of service to the community through the Chamber of Commerce. The 73rd annual banquet was held at Catawba Island Club. Rev. Chris Young from St. John and St. Paul Lutheran churches gave the Invocation and Benediction; guest speaker was Judge Fritz Hany. Curt Laubner, president of the Marblehead Chamber, presented the 2010 Business of the Year award to The Victorian Inn owners, Wayne and Ann Duez. To be a Business of the Year Award Winner, you must be a Chamber member, have a minimum of 10 years in business and have community involvement or employee participation in community affairs.

PORT CLINTON — A new and unique addition to downtown is the quaint upscale antique, gifts and consignment shop located in the 100-year-old historic building at 125 Monroe St., behind the Coffee Express. The original location of the building was on Second Street facing the post office. It was relocated to the rear of the property to build the existing block building owned by Dave and Linda

Frederick. Erie Cottage Trading Co. proprietors, Doug and Toni Garrett and Debbie Coppeler, extend a warm invitation to stop in, browse and enjoy the unique concept of gently used antiques and recycled furnishings. The shop is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Port Clinton Farmers Market on the River

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Main Street Port Clinton is looking for vendors for the 2010 Port Clinton Farmers Market. Anyone interested in selling produce, plants, baked goods, meats or canned products, as well as artisans who represent their arts in the form of flowers, plants and nature, apply by calling for a registration packet or pick one up

at the Chamber of Commerce, 110 Madison St. All items sold at the Port Clinton Farmers Market must be locally grown, made or assembled items. The 2010 Location will be at the north end of Jefferson Street (Farmers Market on the River). For information, contact Toni Garrett at 419-341-1610.

Keith Addy presents the D.S. Kirkpatrick Award to Dave King, president of The Marblehead Bank.

Tom Shirkey attends Jewelry artist comes to town insurance institute

Award-winning jewelry artist Ivy Solomon of Ivy WoodRose Jewelry will be at Ferguson Gallery from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 12. Ivy WoodRose Jewelry is entirely handmade: from the sterling silver frame to the inserts that capture intricate details with precious metal clay to coloring her pieces with pigmented epoxy resin. Solomon was awarded first place in the Saul Bell Design Award Competition in 2004 and 2006 in the PMC category. She was one of only 15 artists

whose work was featured at Tokyu Hands Creative Life Store Exhibition in Japan from 2004-2005. Her work was featured on the cover of Art Jewelry Magazine, November 2004 and Authority on Jewelry Manufacturing, June 2005. “It is the simple things of life that bring me the most joy and I feel strongly that quality surpasses quantity,” said Solomon. “The texture and feel of my work is very important. The perfect weight, silky smooth metal and comfort are critical to the joy of wearing jewelry. For this reason, extra care is spent on the fit and finish of each piece.” Ivy has created some new water-related pieces just for Ferguson Gallery. Questions on the event may be directed to gallery manager Kim Mazur at 419-734-0600. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

PORT CLINTON — Tom Shirkey of the Frederick Agency of Port Clinton has successfully completed the Certified Insurance Counselors Agency Management Institute held at the Holiday Inn Select in Cleveland March 3-5. The Commercial Casualty course attended was one of the five parts offered by the Professional Insurance Agents Association of Ohio. After successful completion of all five courses covering all major areas of the insurance field, and five comprehensive examinations, Shirkey will

be awarded the CIC designation by the National Alliance of Insurance Education & Research, the nation’s foremost provider of SHIRKEY professional insurance and education. Shirkey resides in Port Clinton and has served the insurance needs of Ottawa County through the Frederick Agency since 1987.

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2B Thursday, June 10, 2010

BUSINESS n SPORTS

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Catawba Restaurant reopens after fire Dental One year after a June 2009 fire, PJ’s Pancake House is having its grand reopening Saturday, June 12. Under the same management of Jeff Streng and Phyllis Albertson, the newly renovated PJ’s will reopen as Port ’N Starboard Restaurant and Steakhouse. Jeff and Phyllis want to welcome new and loyal customers who have supported them through the years. They have an extensive menu featuring buttermilk pancakes make from scratch. Port ’N Starboard is open 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week. They offer daily lunch specials and breakfast is served all day with a bottomless pot of coffee.

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her.. Of course, in this day and age, “stay-athome” status can change quickly. If your spouse enters or re-enters the work force, COON you as a couple should consider adjusting your financial plans. Your spouse can continue contributing to the spousal IRA you’ve established, but he or she may now have other opportunities in which to save for retirement, such as a 401(k) or similar employer-sponsored retirement plan. And if your spouse has been out of the work force for a while, it will be important for him or her to contribute as much as possible to a retirement plan. In any case, whether your spouse stays at home or returns to the work force, you’ll want to be proactive in making sure he or she doesn’t get left behind on the road to financial security. nnn

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by local Edward Jones Financial Advisor Gary Coon.

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‘Building a Successful Business’ to be offered again in the fall The Marblehead Bank and The Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce sponsored a seminar for local businesses on Wednesday, June 2, in the Hearth Room at Otterbein North Shore Retirement Center. The topic for the event was “Building a Successful Business: Breaking the Code.” Dennis Willis of ActionCoach Business Coaching led this dynamic seminar and brought valuable information to those in attendance. Subject matter included Elements of the Success Mindset, The Six Steps to Growing Any Business and The Five Ways to Increase Profits. Chef Ryan Duffy and his staff at Otterbein prepared a buffet breakfast that was enjoyed by all and Otterbein North Shore Retirement Community

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The Port Clinton Middle and High School diving coach Rob Zajac is offering a 1-meter diving clinic for any child that might be interested in learning the sport. Zajac has coached the middle and high school dive team for the past few years. He is also the middle school swim coach. Zajac and four divers will be attending the Indiana diving Camp this summer to further their diving education. Rob and Phil Koester are also offering a dive program for kids that have had some

experience with diving. This program is held two evenings a week on Tuesday and Thursday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Phil Koester has been a diver and coach for more than 35 years. He still holds records at Bowling Green State University and coaches four different schools in the Sylvania-Northview area. Koester is also head of the Lake Erie Area Diving club in Sylvania. Those interested in either dive clinic can contact Zajac at zajacrob@gmail.com or 419-341-3202 for information.

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Is this your son or daughter’s first season of T-ball? Are you joining a summer sand volleyball league or looking for teams? Submit your summer sporting pictures, events and story ideas to Beacon Editor Angie Adair at angie@thebeacon.net or by calling 419-732-2154.

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www.thebeacon.net Storage Space CATAWBA MINI STORAGE (YOUR EXTRA ROOM) Muggy Road, Catawba 797-6303 or 656-5263. Boat Docks DOCKAGE Off the Portage River at Clinton Reef Club in Port Clinton. Includes water, electric, pool, hot tub, showers, dock box & laundry facilities. Daily, weekly, monthly or season. Call Dockmaster 419-732-9934 2010 SEASON Clinton Reef Club 30+ end dock $1,200. Easy in/Easy out. Includes pool, hot tub, showers, dockbox. Johanne 419-250-9332 45’ COVERED BOAT well on Lake Erie at Bar Harbor. City water and electric service included 419-874-3980 Boats FOUR WINNS 20.5’ 1996 Sundowner/ cuddie cabin/ red trailer. Low hours, all safety equipment. convertible top, cockpit cover, and bimini top. 440-323-6699 or 440-387-1517. Arlene or Rich 1991 SP SEADOO Jetski 55HP, no trailer $695. 1961 18HP Johnson outboard motor with controls, new points, plug, condenser, and coils. Runs good $400. 567245-3216, 419-435-0232. Electronics

CLASSIFIEDS SELLING DEKCELL LAPTOP BATTERY for Dell Latitude C500, C510, C600, C610, C800, C810 $50 70W DELL AC Adapter For Dell Inspiron Latitude 9364U K8302 HU100563024 $15 978-764-7008 in Marblehead. Both brand new, used briefly only to test a laptop. Furniture KING BEDROOM SET, shuttered head + footboards, frame, matching bedside chests $1199 + FREE mattress, boxspring, barely used. 440-724-2283. Four designer sofas, Crate Barrel dining set, side tables. MEMORY FOAM three piece set. Never used in wrapper. 20 year warranty $395 419-897-9062 QUEEN MATTRESS set, new in plastic with warranty. Can deliver $155 419-707-2954 Camp Sites 100X100 SEASONAL wooded area camp site available to lease multiple seasons. Serious inquiries only, no pets. Quiet setting. 419-6355264 Camper BAYSIDE 1995 8’x35’ by Youngs. Port Clinton area. Excellent condition. Total with aluminum awning. $10,000 419-691-0929, 419-266-7631 Open House

Steps Provider Agency seeking caring individuals for Part time employment working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Will train. Please Call 567-201-2320 or Fax resume to 567-201-2321

Director of Sales and Marketing Otterbein Retirement Living Communities has an opportunity at its North Shore location for an experienced Sales and Marketing professional. Located outside the gates of Lakeside on the beautiful Marblehead Peninsula of Lake Erie, Otterbein North Shore is a continuing care retirement community and is seeking a dynamic sales and marketing professional. A member of the leadership team, the Marketing Director will plan, coordinate and manage all marketing and census functions for the community. Responsibilities will include sales in all levels of living in the community, event planning, and managing the community based referral system. Excellent relationship building skills along with success in community living sales in a CCRC setting are required. Otterbein North Shore is the first in Ohio to showcase a new model of skilled nursing care in a Small House by Otterbein. A bachelor’s degree or three-plus years equivalent experience is preferred. Incorporated in 1912, Otterbein Retirement Living communities are a health and human service ministry related to The West and East Ohio Conferences of the United Methodist Church. Otterbein operates five retirement communities in Western and Northern Ohio with close to 2,000 residents. Please submit a resume by June 18, 2010 to: Lisa Hart, Executive Director Otterbein North Shore Retirement Living Community 9400 North Shore Blvd., Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440 Ph. 419-798-8203 or 800 248-4074 Fax 419-798-4662 • lhart@otterbein.org

100 W. BASS CIRCLE. BASS HAVEN SOUTH, 2-4 SATURDAY

Resort. Rt.163 & 269. Marblehead- Buyers & Sellers Welcome!

PREMIER DESIGNS Jewelry open house. Friday June 11, Saturday June 12, 9a-12. Snacks. 8175 North Shore Blvd #42, Marblehead. 260-726-5720

PARK-WIDE Yard Sale Fort Firelands RV Resort Rt 163 at Rt 269 Marblehead Saturday only 9a-2p

Efficiency SEASONAL EFFICIENCY apartment, May-September. Completely furnished. Call for details 419-635-5263 Help Wanted ISLANDER GRILL, 2590 Sand Rd, Port Clinton is now hiring bartenders, wait and kitchen staff. Applications available at restaurant. IMMEDIATELY HIRING EXPERIENCED DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS. Woodville location. Send contact and experience info to wfihrmgr@yahoo. com or PO Box 60324 , Rossford, OH 43460 HOUSEKEEPING, PENINSULA MOTEL 419-734-4778 Garage/Yard Sales

LENE’s “WEB”

Treasures & Trash Open Daily W. Elmore East Rd. Oak Harbor 419-898-4699 FRONTIER TRADER’S FLEA MARKET weeknds thru Labor Day Custom carpets, fishing gear, unique gifts, ceramics & more Fort Firelands RV &

THREE FAMILY garage sale. Lots of good stuff. Saturday June 12, 9-3. 1760 S. Sanbay Dr Port Clinton.

CATAWBA CLIFFS 4277 Stonehenge Rd. Four family Friday 6/11, 8-5. Saturday 6/12, 9-1. CATAWBA ISLAND 3RD ANNUAL Catawba Bay Development Sale on end of Muggy Rd. June 10 6-8 pm, June 11 9-3, June 12 9-3. NO Early Birds Please. Complete for the nursery neutral Winnie the Pooh patchwork quilt and all accessories, baby equipment 0-12 mo girls clothing, tons of boys 0-24 mo shoes, hats etc. Some 3T boys toys. Lots of all season maternity clothing. Women’s Med-Lg clothing, men’s Med-XL clothing. Treadmill, bar stools, 7 ft pedal car. New 8x10 OSU rug, quilts Sienna by Villeroy + Bock dishes for 8 plus extra places. Antique jewelry, Phillips Pronto Pro color programable remote

JOBS JUST POSTED Part Time Receptionist Qualified candidate will have good communication and organizational skills, and be a self starter. Customer contact will require neatness, professionalism and initiative. A background in office machines, Word and Excel software is required. Experience in billing software is a plus. Send cover letter and resume by June 15 to: HR c/o Cindy, 205 S.E. Catawba Road, Suite G, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452.

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Community Internet Links Air Conditioning & Heating

Bayside Comfort - www.baysidecomfort.com Firelands Mechanical - www.firelandsmechanical.com

Banners/Signs/Graphics

Bumbera Design - www.bumberadesign.com

BBQ & Caterers

Bar-B-Que Bills Ribs & Chicken Shack www.barbequebills.com Bar-B-Que Traveler, Inc. - www.barbquetravelerinc.com Grandma’s Back Yard Barbeque www.grandmasbackyardbbq.com

Boat Hauling - Land Transporting Dave’s Marine Transport www.davesmarinetransport.com

Bookkeeping Services

Cut Your Costs Bookkeeping Services www.cutyourcostsbookkeeping.com

Chambers of Commerce

Marblehead - www.marbleheadpeninsula.com Oak Harbor - www.oakharborohio.net Port Clinton - www.portclintonchamber.com Put-in-Bay - www.put-in-bay.com

Commercial & Industrial Painting Contractors May Painting Inc. - www.maypainting.com

United Way - www.unitedwayottawacounty.org 211 - www.helpclick.org LPN Part-Time, RN Contingency Otterbein Homes, a family of continuing care retirement communities related to The United Methodist Church, is currently seeking a part time LPN, contingency RN and LPN at its North Shore facility located outside the gates of Lakeside on the Marblehead Peninsula of Lake Erie, Ohio. Very competitive wages. (EOE) Please submit a resume to: JBH Director of Health Services Otterbein North Shore Retirement Living Community 9400 North Shore Blvd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440 Fax 419-798-4662 • jmunk@otterbein.org

WARNING

SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2010

Camp Perry Joint Training Center

Construction

Wrights General Contracting www.wrightsgeneralcontracting.com

Counseling

The Giving Tree - www.givingtreecounseling.com

Electric

Wrights Electric - www.wrightsgeneralcontracting.com

Emergency Assistance

Red Cross - www.redcrosstoledo.org Salvation Army - www.thesalarmy.com Underwater Recovery Team - www.diveputinbay.com

Employment and Training Services

Northcoast Jobs Connection (The Job Store) www.northcoastjobs.org

Generators

Bayside Comfort - www.baysidecomfort.com Firelands Mechanical - www.Firelandsmechanical.com

Hair Salon

Hair Quarters - www.hair-quarters.com

Local Government

City of Port Clinton - www.ci.port-clinton.oh.us Ottawa County - www.co.ottawa.oh.us Village of Oak Harbor - www.oakharbor.oh.us

Massage Therapy

The Kenny House - www.portclintonmassage.com

Mental Health Addict. Svc.

Mental Heath Recovery Board - www.mhrbeo.com

Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities www.ocbmr.org

Mentoring

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Catawba Cliffs. June 11&12 8-5pm. Decoys, DU. Prints, men’s & women’s plus clothing, lots of miscellaneous.

WSOS - www.wsos.org

Each week Wylie is hiding somewhere in The Beacon. Tell us where you find him. A winner will be chosen from the correct entries.

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control, refrigerator, dishwasher, boat supplies. 34 ft Searay. Many household items. A sale you won’t want to miss! CASH ONLY. 3801 N. STONEHENGE

NUGENTS CANAL neighborhood garage sale. June 11-12 9a-?. 53 South toward Fremont, off Streeter Rd.

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Big Brothers-Big Sisters - www.bbbsa.org 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 DETROIT 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 2010. 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. 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 2010 RANGE ACTIVITY WILL NOT REQUIRE THE TOTAL USE OF DANGER ZONE II. CONSEQUENTLY, A MODIFIED DANGER ZONE II FOR 2010 WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACED ON A WEST TO EAST LINE, APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONE-HALF 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 SHOULD CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RANGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MARINE VHF CHANNEL 16, OR TELEPHONE 614-336-6203/6245 OR 419-635-4021 EXT. 6203/6245 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RANGE EMERGENCIES ONLY CALL 614336-6262 OR 419-634-4021 EXT. 6262.

Non-Profit Health Care

American Cancer Society - www.cancer.org Stein Hospice - www.steinhospice.org Ottawa County Health Dept. - www.ottawahealth.org

Painting Contractor

PaintNoMore, LLC - www.paintnomoreforever.com

Taxidermy

Mike’s Taxidermy - www.gallery-classics.com

Transportation

OCTA - www.co.ottawa.oh.us

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4B Thursday, June 10, 2010

CLASSIFIEDS

2 Bedroom Condo w/ 32 ft Boat Dock "Cottages At Marblehead" 9886 E. Bayshore Rd. #5 $255,000 419-618-1625

STUNNING LAKE VIEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME

Located In Beautiful Catawba Cliffs Gated Community, 3,400+ sq. ft. 3-4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths All Amenities -- Priced to Sell Private viewing by owner 330-717-8696

SOS STORAGE CONDOS

STREET SALE Marblehead “Danbury Cove” Bristol Dr. Saturday 8:30-4, Sunday 8:30-?. Furniture, freezer, refrigerators, tools, old jewelry, baby cribs, youth bed, nice women & men’s clothing, pepsi machine, dirt bike, 4-wheeler, toys, TV, Fostoria glass, Francican glassware, etc. CATAWBA ISLAND SALE Mauna Loa Subdivison (off of Sand Road)- Numerous sales all in one area - Variety of items including housewares, catering supplies, Pfaltzgraff china, furniture, childrens’ items and much more. Saturday, 8:30 am -

3:00 pm. NO EARLY SALES CASH ONLY. Public Annoucements BANKRUPTCY for a fresh start call Tom Connolly, attorney 419-898-2889 Rooms for Rent ROOMS FOR RENT IN HISTORIC LAKESIDE 419-798-1452 Office Space

Place Your Ad HERE! Call 419-732-1500

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Small comm./cottage bldg (approx.660 sq. ft.). Ideal location on W. Lakeshore Dr. among many marinas and condo projects, walking distance to downtown P.C. and Jet Express. “PLUS” adjacent buildable residential lot. To see ad on Internet go to www.worldwidewebmarketing.com. Priced for Quick Sale Brokers Welcome Home: 419-855-8196 Email: roncg@verizon.net

WATERFRONT - LUXURY CONDO $27,500.00 5460 Port Clinton Eastern Rd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 419-547-7567 or 419-618-1625(cell) Located behind Friendship Station - Rt. 269

FOR LEASE Only 1 unit left! 1,500 SF for lease in retail/ office plaza. On SR 163 near intersection of SR 53, across from Walmart. HOTY ENTERPRISES 800-416-4689 or kula@hoty.com

Two bedroom, 3 floors, Beach and Pool. Long term, $1500.00 per month plus all utilities. Summer Rates Available - 30 day min. 1225 W. Lakeshore Dr., Port Clinton 419-698-4696

Services LET US do the cleaning for you. Homes, commercial or vacation property. We do it all. 419-681-4999 QUALITY BUILDINGS, LLC Post Frame Construction, Reroofing, Residing, Seamless Gutters, Poured Walls Residential, Agricultural, Light Commercial Free Estimates, 27+ Years Experience Phone/ Fax 330-893-1180 M-F 7 to 5

Miscellaneous For Sale CAR INSURANCE SR 22 fillings - DUI Bonds monthly pay plan Call 734-2050 CARPET LIKE NEW from Model Home Mohawk – Color Sand Dollar - Berber and Taupe - Plush. Approx. 170 sq yds $850 - $5 per yard. Call 419-797-7000

Apartments for Rent TWO BEDROOM, one and a half bath, appliances. $525 per month, includes water, sewerage, trash 419-3413119

Manufactured Homes

FOR LEASE

18’ X 35’ X 11’4” All electric, well insulated, heated, separate utilities

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MFG’D HOMES for sale in nice Lakeside-area park with marina. Contact park owner at 419-798-5103 or visit www.northshoreestatesandmarina.com

FOUR BEDROOM, two and one half bath apartment. Appliances $700 per month. Includes water, sewerage and trash 419-341-3119

2003 BRECKINRIDGE Park Model New Deck, Awning, Air,Fully Furnished, Marblehead Three Seasons Park. Asking $35,900 330715-5089

Vacation Rentals MARBLEHEAD three bedroom, two bath Ranch. Completely furnished, central air, deck. Close to Lakeside $600 week. Call 440-759-1375

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Affordable Housing in Port Clinton 2 & 3 bedroom suites RENT BASED ON INCOME Apply Monday thru Friday 8am-noon or 1-4 pm

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Window Cleaning

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Window Cleaning

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Construction

Window Cleaning

Tuckpointing and repairs: Brick ~ Block ~ Stone Steps, Porches, Walkways & Chimneys

No job too small! Craig Kukay Masonry 614-638-9006 (cell)

CUSTOM KITCHENS • BATHROOMS CABINETRY • HARDWOOD FLOORS PLUMBING • TILE • ELECTRICAL TRIM PACKAGES • DOORS • DECKS ROOFING • SIDING • MODULAR MOBILE HOMES • DOCK REPAIR

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Custom Bath & Kitchens

Tile • Wood Floors • Tile Setter & Repair No Job too small... Free Estimates

Call Ron @ 419-262-2135

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www.thebeacon.net 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath cottage. Quiet, private Road. Close to Lakeside. Rent by month or season only (330)667-2505 CATAWBA CONDO. ComeSail-Away. 1 bed / 1 bath. 30 ft. dock at front door. NO PETS. NO SMOKERS $600.00/week, $1,500 mo (770) 735-3061 for details. Mobile Homes MOBILE HOME at Midway Marina, lot 26. Partially furnished, $10,000 419-9480142

CLASSIFIEDS 100 W. BASS Circle, Bass Haven South. Newly remodeled two bedroom, one bath. A year round park 419-341-4491. House for Sale TOWNSEND BEACH Home FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Completely Furnished Cottage in Townsend Beach. All appliances, GFA, Central Air, Double Garage, Fenced Yard, Lake View - Move in Condition. 531 N. Westwood Dr. No Sign - Call Bill 740-360-9200 for details and showing.

Wanted: VINTAGE ELECTRONICS: Tube type radios, Hi-Fi, stereo, test equipment, amplifiers, speakers, guitars, etc. 419-798-9168 WANTED TO BUY: 5-10 acres in Marblehead/ Danbury for home, pasture, fruit trees 419-798-5895 Employment Wanted: BRICK, BLACK, AND CONCRETE ROOFING AND SIDING. CALL JOHN 419-4637628

Mobile Homes for Sale

Real Estate

Thursday, June 10, 2010 5B

AUCTION

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ABSOLUTE SALE 620 Jefferson Port Clinton, Ohio Sold Regardless of Price!

National and Regional

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Auctioneer - Len Partin 419-356-8777 Jack Bradley Realty Company

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• 6-2-10 Roger R. Goetz to Joshua E. Avery, 1336 W. Duff Washa Road, $26,000. • 6-4-10 Myron Witt to Oscar and Maria Garcia, 18209 W. Ohio 579, $45,000.

Bay Township

• 6-1-10 Advantage Bank to John and Patricia Darrah, 660 S. Bradner Road, $33,500.

Catawba

• 6-1-10 Davenport Real Estate Development LLC to Steven L. and Christina L. Young, 759 N. Harbor Point Drive, $278,000. • 6-1-10 Dennis P. Lang to Robert C. and Bridget E. Hammer, 5310 E. Hull, $135,000. • 6-1-10 Frieda E. Roll to James R. and Mary P. Clemons, 2923 N.E. Catawba Road, $158,500. • 6-1-10 Sibs Land Group to J. Bradley and Catherine L. McClung, 4290 A Marin Blvd., $345,000. • 6-1-10 H. Michael Heuberger to Chelsea N. McCellan, Unit W-11 Come Sail Away, $3,500. • 6-3-10 Thomas D. and Melanie A. Anslow to Quinstock, LLC, 1266 NE Catawba Road, $296,190. • 6-3-10 121 Jefferson Street Realty LLC to Edmand M. Schafer, 121 Jefferson Street, $341,250

Danbury Township

• 6-2-10 Brad and Joanne Talmage to Michael and Cynthia Van Cleve, 341 Lighthouse Oval, $125,000. • 6-2-10 Lisa A. Davies NKA Lisa A. Crouch to Steven J. Sova, 2442 Split Rock

• 6-3-10 David E. and Jayne A. Murphy to Danielle R. and Christopher D. Van Auken, 2356 S. Split Rock, $65,000. • 6-4-10 Greg Poprocki and Lindsey Lathwell Poprocki to Robert J. and Angela C. Weiss, 2221 Commodore Court, $189,000. • 6-4-10 Jeffrey D. and Rita T. Roote to Gregory T. Ernst, 1791 Forster Ave., $118,700.

Port Clinton City

• 6-1-10 Sean Patrick and Amy Michelle Kelly to Donna L. Veverka, 642 Jackson Drive, $82,962.50. • 6-1-10 Rose Ann Langan to Holly Matla, 525 Jackson St., $75,000. • 6-2-10 Kevin and Laurence Belden to Timothy W. Belden, 706 Taft St., $110,000. • 6-2-10 Brad and Heather Bollinger to Kevin R. and Laurence N. Belden, 904 Glendale Drive, $220,000. • 6-3-10 John and Helen Belser to Richard Campbell, 815 Kasper St., $104,500. • 6-4-10 Stanistawa and Zbigniewn Chrapkiewicz to Paul and Maria Moon, 1108 Lee St., $50,000 gift value. • 6-4-10 Roger C. Massie to Rita M. Collins, 407 W. Sixth St., $115,000.

Salem Township

• 6-3-10 Marc S. Spindler Jr. et al to Federal National Mortgage Association, 1099 S. Ohio 19, $57,680.

Oak Harbor Corp

• 6-3-10 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Michael L. and Cindy Distil, 330 E. Main St., $27,500.

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New Listing. Ranch condo overlooking marina with lake view with covered patio. Newer wood laminated flooring in great room and dining area. Dockage is available in 7 acre marina. $185,000.

New Listing. 2BR, 2BA Ground Floor Unit in Luxury Bay Point Resort. The condo has been well maintained and has an attached garage for all those lake toys. Just steps to beautiful swimming pool w/bath house and kitchen $199,000.

CATAWBA ISLAND. 2875 D CANTERBURY. Open SAT, SUN 1-3. Fairway Villas at Catawba Island Club - resort life style surrounded by Arthur Hills Championship, 18 hole golf course. Canterbury,most popular, model with 3 Bedrooms and numerous upgrades: Cherry cabinets, ceramic tile, and more. $259,900. CATAWBA ISLAND. 2865 TRILLIUM. 3BR. 3BA. Charming Cotswald English Cottage in The Bluffs overlooking small harbor with Lake Erie Access. Gracious home features old world craftsmanship. First floor Master Ensuite overlooking the harbor w/access to stone patio. $995,000. CATAWBA ISLAND. 5852 PLUM. A gem at Gem Beach. 3BR Furnished cottage with newer electric baseboard heat, wall air conditioners, sinks & electrical system all updated. $149,000. CATAWBA ISLAND. 4395-B MARIN WOODS. 3BR 3BA Just 9 steps up to gracious living! Wonderful elevated, ranch/ townhome that could be handicapped accessible! Unbelievable views of Lake Erie, marina w/direct access to Lake, spectacular sunsets! Offering price includes 40+ft dock(C-16) w/water & electric at dock. $275,000. CATAWBA ISLAND. 6092 POPLAR. 5BR 6BA spectacular home sets on a sandy beach with 9 other homes. First time offering. The road is gated for privacy. Dockage available on harbor. 3 car attached garage w/70,000 BTUs. $1,250,000. MARBLEHEAD. 8886 BAYSHORE. Updated 3BD, 2BA cottage with fireplace. Sandusky Bayfront property on 1.3 acres! Well space for 30ft boat & 2 jet skis, steel seawall & electric boatlift. Property to Bay is tiered w/pole barn for storing boat, wave runners, etc. Additional 1BD/1BA guest cottage with full basement, gas heat & central air on property site. 20x32 pole barn & 12x25 workshop. $650,000.

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1672 AIRLINE DRIVE, PUT-IN-BAY This cozy lakefront home features a log cabin interior with vaulted ceilings, the loft provides tons of sleeping area for family and friends, comes fully furnished, and ready for you this season. With approximately 125 feet of Lake Frontage overlooking Starve Island, and the sunrises over the water, the views are amazing. A must see island getaway. Put an Island in YOUR life, call Tomi today 419-341-0276. $449,000

11110 LAKELAND, MARBLEHEAD Tucked away from view, this quiet retreat offers more than solitude. New restoration throughout from the electric to the plumbing, from the carpet to the paint, it is ready to move in and enjoy. Comfort and convenience blend here, lake views all around provide the peaceful ambiance that everyone is looking for in a getaway or retirement home at a truly affordable price! $269,900

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Pointe Falls Marblehead—“Room with a View” It’s spectacular from this 2nd floor 3BR/2BA home in Pointe Falls. Bay and Lake views surround you in this scenic development. Tennis, swimming, boating (comes w/25’ boat slip), easy lake access and a garage too. Beach and lighthouse are minutes away. See this one today! Howardhanna.com/20100714 $273,000 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

Marblehead—Delightful 3 bed 1 1/2 bath on nearly half acre. Colorful sunsets and wonderful nature views across inactive part of quarry. Nice peek of the lake from inside and outside. Beautiful yard with mature perennials and lake breezes, custom built kitchen cabinets, lots of quality updating, loads of storage. So very comfortable, move in ready. Howardhanna.com/20102506 $189,900 SHARON POLANCO 419-341-0080

Marblehead—Unique custom Riverbend Timber built oak and tile flooring 100’ dock at your back door. Gas fireplace in living area and master bedroom, cupola, 2 wooden decks, cedar roof, canal 42’ wide. Howardhanna.com/20100896 $370,000 SARA WILLIAMS 419-307-0499

Marblehead—Lakefront panoramic views await you in this exclusive and uniquely designed 1940’s boathouse style condo retreat with copper counter tops, planked flooring, cathedral ceilings and all 2200 sq ft within 50 steps of your dual dockage and private beach. Howardhanna.com/20102485 $649,500 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

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Catawba—Come to the Lake! Sit on your deck and watch the water glistening and your boat. This condo faces east so you have morning sunrises and cool enjoyable evenings on your own deck. Go for a swim in the community pool right out your front door. Turn key condo. Furnished first floor with a 30 ft dock at your door. $149,900 Howardhanna. com/20102376 MARK HARTLINE 419-3419999

2731 Sand Rd. Catawba—Come back to the simple things in life in this Home/Cottage built on a higher elevation. Full walk out basement w/ two large garage doors that open wide for all your water toys. Sitting right on Lake Erie you can hear the waves from every room and enjoy sunsets. Views are panoramic. Original wood paneling with crown molding, wood flooring, original French doors, wbfp. Bring your family to make memories on the shores of Lake Erie. Howardhanna.com/904095 $350,000 GLENNA BENDER 419-341-1579

Port Clinton—Waterfront home with 65 ft of dockage at your door! Beautifully appointed interior features granite countertops, tiled flooring, open floor plan, 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. 32 ft deck overlooks private backyard with dock and jet ski lift. 2 car heated garage. 1/2 acre lot. Howardhanna.com/20101255 $239,000 CHERYL HETRICK 419-202-0144

Port Clinton—Canal front with 75 ft dock on over 1/2 acre. 40x24 pole building, 20x14 shed. Home is 1 story with 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, finished basement and attached garage. Nugents Canal. Howardhanna.com/20102145 $229,000 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

Port Clinton—Just one block from beach and park! Charming century home boasts all kitchen and laundry room appliances. The double lot offers a large yard with a garage. Howardhanna. com/20102420 $99,900 MARGARET LENTHE 419-341-2420

Catawba—New Price!! 3 bed, 2 bath condo with dramatic views. Granite counters, newer appliances, ample storage, freshly painted, beautiful stone fireplace. Howardhanna. com/906221 $384,900 DONNA SCHOONMAKER 419-260-4486

Marblehead- New Price!! 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath Cape Cod home w/open floor plan, 1st floor owners suite, formal living and dining rooms, energy star stainless steel appliances. Almost 2 acre stocked pond, dramatic landscaping, large wrap around deck. Howardhanna. com/903033 $274,900 DONNA SCHOONMAKER 419-260-4486

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JUST LISTED Catawba—Sit on covered front porch overlooking marina and Catawba sunsets. Waterfront privilege without waterfront price. Enjoy family and friends with 5 bed 3.5 baths. Fabulously maintained. Howardhanna.com/20103220 $449,900 GLENNA BENDER 419-3411579

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Marblehead- Doublewide with 30x10 sunroom on 0.69 acre lot with view of East Harbor! You own the land! Fenced yard. 3 bedrooms 2 full baths. Howardhanna.com/20103355 $134,900 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

Marblehead- Small but spacious! 2 bedroom ranch with 14 ft ceilings in living area. Updated and meticulously cared for. Large lot! Howardhanna.com/20103342 $112,000 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

Catawba – Wooded Catawba ranch with heated attached garage on over 1/2 an acre. 3 beds 1 1/2 baths. Howardhanna.com/20103328 $124,900 KARMEN LUCAS 419-656-9188

Oak Harbor- Full time living or vacation stays only steps from the lake and beach. This 3 bed 2 bath home in lovely area that has marina and dockage close by. Have fun in the sun or relax inside or outside. $108,900 Howardhanna.com/20103166 $108,900 ELLEN GOLIAS 419-265-3676

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PIONEER AND PRIMITIVE ARTS FESTIVAL

Get ready to go back in time MARBLEHEAD — The fourth annual Pioneer and Primitive Arts Festival will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 12-13. This free event is hosted by Fort Firelands RV Resort located at 5650 E. Harbor Road. Spend the day learning about pioneer ways and the primitive arts of times gone by. A full-scale replica of a frontier-style fort, Fort Firelands, sets a realistic tone for historical events. Rob “Armchair” Gerding and members of the Seneca Muzzleloaders, along with a host of independent reenactors, will be setting up a pioneer camp inside the fort. Authentic dress and methods will convey the way it was on the early frontier. Musicians, tomahawk throwing

and other demonstrations will be happening throughout both days. Now an Ohio Atl-atl Association sanctioned event, children and adults can try their hand at the Atl-atl. Used by the Paleo hunter 12,000 years ago, the Atl-atl is a device for throwing 6-7 foot darts that look like giant arrows. If you have never seen the Atl-atl you are in for an exciting experience. Flint Knappers will demonstrate the art of arrowhead and knife making while period vendors sell old-time wares. In addition to the on-site restaurant, flea market and shops, the tenants of Fort Firelands RV Resort will be having a park-wide yard sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Excursion Adventure Cruises June 17th Lighthouse & Islands Tour from Port Clinton June 21st Detroit Fireworks Cruise from Port Clinton Visit jet-express.com for more information or reserve your seats today by calling 800-245-JET

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Great Entertainment at the World’s Longest Bar Appearing Live on Stage at the Beer Barrel Saloon June 10 Kyle White 2pm-5pm Kenny Kidd 5pm-9pm Mustang Sally 9:30pm1:30am

June 11 Kenny Kidd 2pm-5pm Toast & Jam 5pm-9pm Mustang Sally 9:30pm1:30am

June 12 Danger Bros. 2pm-6pm Toast & Jam 6:30pm-9pm Mustang Sally 9:30pm1:30am

June 13 Kenny Kidd 2pm-5pm Toast & Jam 5:30pm-9pm Mulch Bros. 9:30pm1:30am

June 14 Kenny Kidd 4pm-8pm Mulch Bros. 9pm-1am

June 16 Kenny Kidd 4pm-8pm Mulch Bros. 9pm-1am

June 15 Kenny Kidd 4pm-8pm Mulch Bros. 9pm-1am

June 17 Kenny Kidd 4pm-8pm Mustang Sally 9:30pm1:30am

Tipper’s Evening Entertainment

Joe Santana June 10-15 • Darryl Gatlin Show June 16-20

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1560 Midway Marina 419-797-3000

3 N. Monroe St. 419-732-2800

324 Delalware Ave. 419-285-7281

3975 E. Harbor Road 419-734-6400

Nick’s Road House 124 Buckeye Blvd. 419-732-3069

Boardwalk 341 Bayview 419-285-3695

614 E. Main St. 419-798-9600

Mills Trophy Race

Rally on the Rock

WHAT: Featuring an outdoor music fest, hog roast, motorcycle manufacturers & dealers, hot air balloon rides, 40 bars, motorcycle parade & displays and late night ferry service WHERE: Downtown, Put-inBay INFO: 419-285-7829 or 419-285-2832 or rallyontherock.com

WHAT: The Mills Trophy Race will begin off the Toledo Harbor Light. Starts begin at 5 p.m. and continue until all classes have started. Registration is required by Sunday, June 6, 2010. WHEN: June 11 at 5 p.m. to June 12 at 6 p.m. WHERE: Toledo Yacht Club to Put-in-Bay. INFO: www.yachtscoring. com

June 11-13

June 10-13

Phlocking of the Phaithful

WHAT: A pre-registered Trop Rock music event held at Mr. Ed’s Bar on Put-inBay. Raffles, lunches and goody bags. Great national acts. WHERE: Mr. Ed’s Bar, Putin-Bay INFO: 412-429-8741; pkaley@kaleyservice.com; phlocking.com

Kayak Rendezvous

WHAT: This is a noncommercial gathering for kayakers seeking fun, meeting new and old paddling friends, and gathering in a great place to paddle — Lake Erie. WHERE: South Bass Island State Park, Put-in-Bay INFO: www. sbikayakrendezvous.com or 419-285-2112

June 12

June 11

Riverfront LIVE!

WHAT: Summer Music Program. Dave Miller playing Smooth Sax WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. WHERE: North Jefferson Street Pier Pavilion, Port Clinton INFO: 419-734-5503 or portclintonchamber.com

Growing up Wild

WHAT: Educational workshop; fun activities for pre-schoolers. WHEN: 10 to 11 a.m. WHERE: Bird Center, Magee Marsh Wildlife Area INFO: 419-898-0960

Arts and Crafts Festival

WHAT: Artists and craftsmen from around the area displaying and selling their distinctive wares. Glass blowing, blacksmithing and pottery throwing, live musical performances and demonstrations of unique crafts WHEN: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. WHERE: Madison St., Port Clinton INFO: 419-656-1912 or downtownartsfestival@ portclintonarts.org or portclintonarts.org

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GREEN'S PHARMACY, INC. “Caring for you and about you”

Candy Shoppe, Nautical gifts, Post Cards, Western Union, UPS Shipping, Lottery, Convalescent, Ostomy, Surgical, Diabetic Supplies,

PUBLIC FAX 419-734-6338

25% off in stock Bulk Candy Expires 9/30/10 WWW.GREENSPHARMACY.COM 200 Madison St., Port Clinton 419-732-3151 Robert Dodge - Pharmacist

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Years

Serving Sandusky &

The Lake Erie Islands

1810 Fox Road 419-285-2739

What did you see while out and about on the northcoast? E-mail your photos to angie@thebeacon.net

BRUSHWELLMAN ENGINEERED MATERIALS

21st Annual “Chick” Schaffner Memorial

CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC

Benefiting the American Heart Association And Stein Hospice

June 21, 2010 at the new Arthur Hills Designed 18-hole Catawba Island Club Course 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Starts

Tee times are available on a first come first serve basis. Limited slots are available for both the morning and afternoon rounds.

Event Format: 18-Hole, four-man Scramble Check-in and Registration: 7:30 Morning Registration with Continental Breakfast 8:00 Morning round begins 12:00 Lunch served (both rounds) 12:30 Afternoon Registration 1:00 Afternoon round begins

19th Hole Opens at 6:00 7:00 Dinner and Awards

Contact Info: Bonnie Knepper, c/o Brush Wellman, 14710 W. Portage River S. Road, Elmore, OH 43616-9502 (419) 862-4233 (For teams from Ottawa, Lucas, Wood & Seneca Counties) Melissa Zeiger, c/o Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH • (410) 625-5269 (For teams from Erie, Lorain and Huron Counties)

ALSO SPONSORED BY: Goodtimeboat.com 800-446-3140 Jackson St. Pier Sandusky, OH

JF Walleyes

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Jackson Street Pier 109 W. Shoreline Drive 419-625-9692

Beer Barrel Saloon

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Goodtime Lake Erie Island Cruises

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Jet Express

June 9-13

sandusky

Freedom Boat Club

Rum Runners & Island House Restaurant 102 Madison St. 419-732-0100

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$500 per foursome $125 per player

Entry Fee Includes:

18-holes golf, cart, continental breakfast, lunch and dinner

Activities:

Hole-In-One Contest Long Drive Contest at 12:00 noon Numerous Hole Contests and Prizes Skins Game Poker Run (NEW) - $20 per player


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live music Thursday RAY FOGG, 1 p.m., DeRivera Park, Put-in-Bay CRUISIN’, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323 KYLE WHITE, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER KENNY KIDD, 5 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER MUSTANG SALLY, 5:30 p.m., DeRivera Park, Put-inBay COLIN DUSSAULT, 7 to 10 p.m., Bell Mell, Port Clinton, 419-732-2760

DJ BILLY POOLSIDE, 3:30 p.m., Put-in-Bay Resort, 419285-7427 JENKINS & SCOTT, 4 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 TOAST & JAM, 5:30 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER RAY FOGG, 8 p.m., Put-inBay Brewing Co. 419-285HOPS TRAVLIN JOHNSONS, 8 p.m., Boardwalk, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-3695 GET DOWN DJ SOUND, 8 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211

KARAOKE, 7:30 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069

SOUTHERN CROSSROADS, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Bag the Moon, Kelleys Island, 419-746-2365

EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Round House Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323

EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323

MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

ALLIE, 9 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419732-3069

Friday TONY SCHULTZ, 11 a.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Round House Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323 KENNY KIDD, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER

Ottawa County’s Finest Public Course

THE MAXX BAND, 9 p.m., Crescent Tavern, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211 BOB GATEWOOD SOLO SHOW, 9 p.m., Fishbowl, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-3833 KEY MOTION, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419-797-4446 THE COVER UP, 9:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

• 18 Holes Par 72 • Full Bar & Restaruant • Full Service Golf Shop • Instruction by PGA Pros • Rental Clubs • Senior & Military Discounts • 15 minutes from Jet Express Call 419-898-1493 for tee time

MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER CORNED BEEF AND CURRY, 10 p.m., Hooligans, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5450 GLASGOW KISS, 11 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069

Saturday DJ BILLY POOLSIDE, 11 a.m., Put-in-Bay Resort, 419285-7427 TONY SCHULTZ, 11 a.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 TRAVLIN JOHNSONS, 2 p.m., Boardwalk, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-3695 MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Round House Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323 DANGER BROS., 2 to 6 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER BOB GATEWOOD SOLO SHOW, 3 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-2854211 JENKINS & SCOTT, 4 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 TOAST & JAM, 6:30 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER “STAY TUNED” JERRY ZSIGO AND MONICA ROBINS FROM WKYC CHANNEL 3, 7 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069 TRAVLIN JOHNSONS, 8

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• All Hair Services • Nail Services • Massage Therapy • Tanning • Airbrush Tanning

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p.m., Boardwalk, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-3695 GET DOWN DJ SOUND, 8 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211 RAY FOGG, 8 p.m., Put-in-Bay Brewing Co. 419-285-HOPS SOUTHERN CROSSROADS, 8:30 p.m., Bag the Moon, Kelleys Island, 419-746-2365 DJ SHAWN, 9 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069 EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323 THE MAXX BAND, 9 p.m., Crescent Tavern, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211 KEY MOTION, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419-797-4446 THE COVER UP, 9:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER CORNED BEEF AND CURRY, 10 p.m., Hooligans, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5450

Sunday JENKINS & SCOTT, 1 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 JEAN HOLDEN, 2 to 6 p.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419797-4446 MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Round House Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323

FREE Manicure with Shellac Natural Nail Application

The Beacon/Huron Hometown News KENNY KIDD, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER

KENNY KIDD, 4 to 8 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER

TOAST & JAM, 5:30 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER

JOHN SALAMON, 9 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

JOHN SALAMON, 9 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

KILLER FLAMINGOS, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

KILLER FLAMINGOS, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

MULCH BROS., 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER

MULCH BROS., 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

Wednesday

DOT DOT DOT, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5042

Monday KILLER FLAMINGOS, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323 KENNY KIDD, 4 to 8 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER JOHN SALAMON, 9 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665 KILLER FLAMINGOS, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323 MULCH BROS., 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER DOT DOT DOT, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5042

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WHAT: 25 percent of entry fees goes to Erie County Special Olympics. Each team must have at least 8 players. 3-game guarantee. WHERE: Fabens Park COST: Team fee of $125 INFO: Register at www. huronparks.org

Underground Railroad Trolley Tour

For A Great Weekend 2010 Parade of Homes

July 10th & 11th

Catawba Island • Marblehead Watch for details on www.GreatParadeofHomes.com Parade of Homes distributed in Huron Hometown News as well as in the Beacon and other area news papers.

June 17 KENNY KIDD, 4 to 8 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER KARAOKE, 7:30 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069

area events

WHAT: Volleyball and Cornhole Tournament. WHEN: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. WHERE: Middle Bass Island INFO: www. lakeerieislandfest.com

Details to be determined.

MULCH BROS., 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER

MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-BEER

Middle Bass Classic

Proceeds go to United Way

FADED FORTUNE, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323

KILLER FLAMINGOS, 2 p.m., Roundhouse, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

WHAT: For kids age 5-12. Learn about fishing basics. We will have poles, bait and prizes. WHEN: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Meet at Bird Center, Magee Marsh Wildlife Area INFO: 419-898-0960

Wine and Cheese Party July 8th

JOHN SALAMON, 9 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

Tuesday

Kid’s Fishing Derby

Save the Date

KENNY KIDD, 4 to 8 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER

RAY FOGG, Wags and Elliot Welcome Show, 8 p.m., Put-in-Bay Brewing Co., 419285-HOPS

Adult Kickball tournament Expires July 1, 2010

PARADISE ISLAND, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323

WHAT: Learn the history of the Underground Railroad movement and the role of Sandusky area citizens who aided the journey of brave fugitives from slavery to freedom across Lake Erie to Canada. Seating is limited. Please call to make your reservations. WHEN: 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. WHERE: Maritime Museum of Sandusky COST: $5 INFO: 419-624-0274

June 12-13

“Branching Out” Wood Show

WHAT: The “Branching Out” Wood Show is a special display focusing on the fine craftsmanship in woodworking. Presented by the Vermilion Arts Guild, which is a committee of Main Street Vermilion and features rotating exhibits at the Main Street Gallery, as well as offering numerous classes and workshops. WHEN: 11 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday WHERE: Main Street Vermilion Inc., 685 Main St., Vermilion

June 13

Founders Day Weekend

WHAT: A celebration of the founding of the island village of Put-in-Bay by Jose DeRivera. Founder’s Day means great food and lost of fun for the entire family. Island entertainer Ray Fogg will perform a free concert from 12:30 to 2 p.m. The Put-in-Bay Hog Roasters will provide a roast beef picnic lunch. Shop for bargains at one of the many sale tables WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. WHERE: DeRivera Park, Put-in-Bay INFO: 419-285-2832 or visitputinbay.com

June 16

Girl Scouts Day

WHERE: Cedar Point, Sandusky INFO: www.cedarpoint. com/

Retail Wine Night

WHAT: Enjoy wine tasting and complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drink specials. WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. WHERE: The Underground, 224 E. Water St., Sandusky COST: $2 per glass or $10 per bottle

June 17-20; 24-27 MAME

WHAT: Mame is a happy happening. She is well to do, lives in New York at the peak of the Twenties, and is surprised by a “wonderful present”: an orphan nephew named Patrick. Now, ten-year-old Patrick needs his aunt, and this is something new for Mame -to be needed. It changes her life WHEN: Thursday to Saturday: 8p.m. and Sunday: 2 p.m. WHERE: Port Clinton Performing Arts Center, 604 W. Sixth St., Port Clinton INFO: 419-734-5504 or pcplaymakers.org

June 17

Washington Park Gazebo Concert WHEN: 7 to 8 p.m. WHERE: 200 Washington Street, Sandusky

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PORT CLINTON

Sports bar features food, specials, entertainment BY TIA WOODEL Rum Runners Sports Bar made its grand opening on St. Patty’s Day this year. Located at 102 Madison St. in downtown Port Clinton, this new bar and restaurant is open everyday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. According to the Island House’s Web site, “If you want just a quick bite to eat or to have dinner with a few drinks while watching the game you can now do that.” Rum Runners’ casual, laid-back atmosphere allows anyone to stop in for beer, bar food, or any of the full menu items. Rum Runners has appetizers such as stuffed mushrooms, chicken strips, wings, nachos and potato skins. The menu also features sandwiches such as Ruebens, patty melts, 1/2 lb certified Angus beef burgers,

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wraps and more. Fresh lake perch sandwiches and other dinner menu items are also offered. Rum Runners also has specials during happy hour from 4 to 8 p.m. everyday, which includes wings on Mondays, appetizers on Wednesdays and hotdogs on Thursdays. As part of a new entertainment feature, “the bar is now going to have karaoke four nights a week,” said Rick Kronsperger, manager of Rum Runners. Sing karaoke, play a game of darts with friends, sit and watch the game, or just relax and have a beer at Rum Runners. “We’re open seven days a week!” said Kronsperger. For information, call 419-734-4147.

Students (12 & under): $3.00 Adults: $6.00

FURRY VENGEANCE

www.lakesideohio.com

419-798-4461 or 1-866-952-5374

Bell Mell Tavern & Pizza Presents:

The Colin Dussault Trio Thur. June 10th • 7:30-10:30pm www.BellMell.com

Pizza • Salads • Appetizers • Hamburgers • Subs • Sandwiches Dine-in • Carry-out

with coupon

Send us your event info!

Wed.- 45¢ Wings All nigHt Thur.- $1.50 DrAfts AnD

free pool AnD jukeBox

Fri.- $5 CHeese pizzA

www.myspace.com/jamestowntavern 902 West Main•Lakeside/Marblehead 798-5615

PG

Thur. June 10 - Wed. June 16 3:30pm & 8:00pm

$1 OFF Any PIZZA

NIGHTLY SPECIALS

Sun.- 1/2 off Appetizers 4-6pm Mon.- $1.50 HAppy Hour 4-8pm Tue.- $1 Beer

every Wed. - open Mic nighT W/Mike p. June 12Th - karaoke W/dJ Mic indianS gaMeS - $1.50 can beer

NOW SHOWING:

the Chautauqua on Lake Erie

PHOTO BY TIA WOODEL

BELL MELL PIZZA “Best Homemade Pizza in Town!” 307 Fulton Street • Port Clinton

419-732-7337 KITCHEN ORDERS ONLY!

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Open: Mon. - Fri. at 4pm • Sun. at 12pm • Sun. at 3pm

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Why Buy? Join the Club Today!

www.FreedomBoatClub.com Open House House Saturday Sunday June Open June13th 5th Huron Boat Basin 2-5pm NW Catawba Marina 12-4pm

Located in the Bassett Plaza, Rt 53 & 163 Happy Hour 4-7pm Mon. - Thur. FOOD SPECIALS $2.50 Bud Light & Miller Lite 23oz. Start after 4pm Mondays DRINK SPECIALS ...all you can eat ribs – $4 Fun Drinks – Tuedays ...all wraps $5 Mon. - Smirnoff Salad ...and kids eat free with Tue. - Barnstormer a dinner entree purchase Wed. - Long Islands Wednesdays Thru. - Margaritas ...10 wings for $5 Sun. - Pickled Bloody Mary

Come join us after 9pm Sun.-Thur. for 1/2 off all appetizers.

Step back in time... come & enjoy a leisurely dining experience in a historic setting!

Banquet & private meeting rooms available.

At the Island House

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11am - 2:30 am Happy Hour Everyday 3-7 Watch your favorite game on one of our 6 LCDs!

Full Service Dining & Cocktail Bar Happy Hour 3-6

Lunch • Dinner The finest and freshest steak & seafood available!

Not your typical bar food... a variety of appetizers & sandwiches made fresh to order.

Daily Food and Drink Specials 419.734.4147

102 Madison Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 • 419-732-1800 • islandhouserestaurant@hotmail.com


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NORTHCOAST LIVE

TIKI BAR NOW OPEN

Live Entertainment Acoustic Sundays

11am-8pm Thur. - Mon.

6/13 - Paul Franks Unplugged 7pm 10pm Sunday Funday w/ DJ Hondo Upstairs open 10pm Saturdays DJ EJ Wed, Fri & Sat, 10pm DJ Hondo Thur & Sun, 10pm Home of the Fly'n Pig

The Beacon/Huron Hometown News

Happy Hour 11-6pm

Outside dining - Live Entertainment Fri. & Sat. 4:30 - 8:30

Friday Night Triple Lobster Tails $17.99

Full Menu Available Mon. - Thur. 11am - 10pm; Fri & Sat. 11am - 12am

Check out our event details on Facebook ~ Become a fan Open 7 days til 2:30 am • 111 Madison St. Port Clinton • 419-732-2030

Wine Lovers Love Tuesdays

All Bottles 40% off

Wednesdays All-you-can-eat perch Kids 12 & Under Eat Free

Accompanied by Adult, Some Restrictions Apply

2590 Sand Rd. Port Clinton 419-734-6568 Open 7 Days a Week

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Catering • Private Parties • Special Events

Membership Has It’s Privileges Ours are Fun and Friendship

Join now and enjoy your summer with us!

Restaurant and Historic Winery Mon Ami Wine Dinner Series Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 Welcome Reception 5:30 PM Call 419-960-4208 for Reservations

Friday June 11th

JUNE 2010 ENTERTAINMENT

Crab Night Members Bike Night

Ride in with your attire and get 20% off your bar bill

Thursday

Saturday

10 - Darryl Gatlin 17 - Colin Dussault 24 - Darryl Gatlin

12 - Key Motion 19 - The Lounge Lizards 26 - Cruisin’

Friday 11 - Keymotion 18 - The Geeze Cats 25 - Cruisin’

Enjoy a little bit of Mexico Special Magaritas plus mexican appetizers

Thursday July 1st Ray Bans 5 - 8 PM

Friday July 2nd

* Located Just Past the Harbor Island Bridge *

Darryl Gatlin 5:30 - 8:30 PM Soul’d Out 9 PM - 1 AM

Nor ‘Easter Club and Marina

Phone: 419-797-4466

www.noreasterclub.com

Saturday July 3rd Twist 5:30 - 8:30 PM Eddie & The Edsels 9 - 1 AM

Sunday July 4th

on Catawba

Colin Dussault 2 - 6 PM

3845 East Wine Cellar Road, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 419.797.4445 • info@monamiwinery.com

Open Wed. - Sun. from 4 - Close

“A Lifestyle Worth Living” Boating • Tennis • Golfing • Fishing • Sunsets Dining at your Doorstep

Final Phase!

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Sunday 13 - Jean Holden 20 - Darryl Gatlin 27 - Epitome

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Entertainment Time Trax 8:30 - 12:30

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(Across from Beach Club Rd. & entrance to Catawba Island Club)

(419) 797-0230

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