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PORT CLINTON CITY SCHOOLS FACILITIES PROJECT PHASE I

School district breaks ground A small crowd of facility team members and school district staff gathered to witness the groundbreaking for Phase I of the new school facilities project Friday, June 11. Over the summer, the Port Clinton High School main parking lot will be moved to make way for the new middle school on the high school campus. The new location of the parking lot will provide easier access to the main

Port Clinton Board of Education members Barb Drusbacky (left) and Beth Benko; Superintendent Patrick Adkins; and board members David Belden, Paul Shaw and Michele Mueller break ground for the new parking lot at Port Clinton High School.

entrance and provide ample parking for athletic and Performing Arts Center events. The design process is still under way for the new middle school and additions and renovations to Bataan Memorial Elementary School. Groundbreaking ceremonies involving the entire community will be scheduled for the new buildings in early 2011 once the bidding process is complete.

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FARMERS MARKET SEASON IS HERE

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The Main Street Port Clinton Farmers’ Market kicks off from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at North Jefferson Street along the Portage River in downtown historic Port Clinton. Vendors are still being accepted for the markets. For information, call 419-734-5503 or visit www.portclintonchamber.com to download a registration form.

By JOHN SCHAFFNER

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Reminders of home

I received a nice note from Dean Rothaar who received a clipping from his sister penned by R.F. Brough from the Florida Times-Union. The clipping talked about growing up in Port Clinton and the sacrifice made by Tank Company C in the early days of World War II in the Philippines. R.F. graduated from PCHS in 1955 and was honored to play taps twice at special Memorial Day ceremonies. Then he wrote: “Little did I know then that I would one day complete 28 years of U.S. Naval service and lead prayer at least twice in Memorial Day tributes.” nnn

We had 122 correct entries in

our Find Wylie contest last week. Our winner is Kathy Euller, of Erie Township, who found Wylie in the Ohler & Holzhauer ad on page 5A last week. Mary wins a $20 gift card from Friendship Convenient Stores. We’ll 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. nnn

A very interesting program has been planned at Ida Rupp Library for 7 p.m. next Thursday. Dr. James Banks, founder of the Crile Archives Museum Without Walls at Cuyahoga Community College, will speak

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on “Barbed Wire History,” which was an academic course that paired 24 students with 24 ex-prisoners of war from World War II, Korea and Vietnam, which then led to the production of a video “Barbed Wire Brotherhood.” Banks will share stories and artifacts.

By DIANNE ROZAK The first quarter of the year was very eventful in Danbury Township. For the past two years we have been researching and evaluating the potential for building a new administrative complex to house all of our departments. A shift in focus occurred after we had an opportunity to view the former Garden Path landscaping building that was up for sale on Bridge Road. We purchased this five-year old building for $375,000. It encompasses 3 acres and is located across the street from the 15 acres the township currently owns. The front part of the building will be remodeled to accommodate a new police station which will provide excellent visibility for the department. The large bays in the rear of the building will be utilized for storage of seasonal maintenance equipment. We are reviewing the potential for relocating recycling and possibly township clean-up to this new site. Any relocation of services would be announced in township newsletters and press releases well in advance of changes being made. Once the police station is completed, we will move forward with retrofitting our current township hall to make the facility ADA accessible. Administrative, zoning and maintenance department employees will remain at our building on Port Clinton Eastern Road as will the township meeting room. New dugouts and a batting cage have been installed at the township athletic complex. These new amenities will be greatly welcomed by the numerous teams who use these ball fields. Thanks are extended to the Natural Wave Salon and Firelands 4-H Club for coordinating recent cleanups at Meadow-

brook Marsh. The Natural Wave also provided a new bench for the park. We greatly appreciate the efforts made by these entities. The park is being used regularly by residents and visitors. It is open year-round from dawn until dusk. Shortly, a new ADA parking area and connecting trail will be installed. This will provide full ADA accessibility to nearly 3,000 feet of paved multipurpose trails and the pond side observation deck. The township recently received an award from the Bureau of Worker’s Compensation for outstanding safety performance. This 100 percent rating was given for being injury-free during 2009. The township is a member of the Ottawa County Safety Council. We conduct regular meetings with our employee safety team and also provide safety workshops for all employees. Also new this quarter is the implementation of Tasers for our police officers. This valuable tool provides our officers with a critical option in between the use of pepper spray and deadly force. All officers have been fully trained in the use of this new equipment. Zoning permits continue to be on the rise as well as the number of inquiries from residents, Realtors and builders. The township was recently favorably upheld in the Ottawa County Common Pleas court on three zoning cases. Both our Board of Zoning Appeals and the Zoning Commission have attended recent training on current topics affecting their duties. Lastly, many thanks are extended to our maintenance staff for planting flower seeds at Sackett Cemetery. This task is usually handled by several citizen volunteers but the weather did not co-

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Obituaries Katrina Haberman

Katrina Lynn Haberman of Port Clinton was granted her angel wings on the spring afternoon of June 2 in Kissimmee, Fla., following a lengthy illness Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service celebrating Katrina’s life at St John’s Lutheran Church on Adams Street in Port Clinton Ohio at 11 a.m. June 21 with luncheon to follow.

Rosalie Mantkowski Died June 4, 2010 HURON — Rosalie K. (Boysen) Mantkowski (age 67) passed peacefully Friday, June 4, at 4:27 p.m. with family and friends in attendance after a lengthy illness. Rosalie was a graduate of Port Clinton High School Class of 1960, belonged to Cochran’s Majorettes, and was an upstanding member of the Huron Eagles No. 2875. She was an avid reader and gardener. She also was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, devoted to friends and family. She was always there to help, whatever the need. She was often a sought after guest at gatherings, not only for her sparkling personality and great sense of humor, but also for her famous macaroni salad. She is survived by her four sons, Michael (wife Renee), David, Stephen (wife Vicki), and Christopher; grandchildren Justin, Ashlyn, and Alex; her sister, MaryAnne (husband Roger) Mooney; sister-in-law, Joan (Mantkowski) (husband Larry) Butler; nieces and nephews. Rosalie was preceded in death by her parents, Alvin and Lydia “Dolly” (Pluckhorn) Boysen; and her husband, James T. Mantkowski. A celebration of Rosalie’s life was held at the Huron Eagles, on Tuesday, June 8. Contributions may be made in her name to Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870. Online condolences may be shared at www.fosterfh.com.

DANBURY from 1A operate on planting day. We look forward to seeing the beautiful blooms in a few months. Please visit our Web site, www.danburytownship.com, for comprehensive information about Danbury. Employees and the elected officials can now be contacted

Foster Funeral Home & Crematory, Huron, is handling the arrangements.

Wonda Neumann Aug 10, 1940 — June 13, 2010 Wonda F. Neumann, 69, of Port Clinton, passed away Sunday, June 13, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo. A memorial service will be conducted by Pastor Carolyn Joseph at 11 a.m., Saturday, June 19, at the Church of the Nazarene, Port Clinton. Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, assisted the family with the arrangements.

Gaylord Vogt Aug. 31, 1930 — June 11, 2010 Gaylord K. Vogt, 79, of Port Clinton, died Friday, June 11, at Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton. Serices were Wednesday at the Peace Lutheran Church, 900 Jefferson St., Port Clinton. The Rev. Mike Wiechers will officiate.

Margaret Bodnar June 7, 1913 — June 11, 2010 Margaret E. Bodnar, 97, of Port Clinton, passed away Friday, June 11, at Providence Care Center, Sandusky. A Funeral Mass was Monday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Port Clinton. Burial followed in Riverview Cemetery, Port Clinton.

Orville Payne Oct. 26, 1918 — June 10, 2010 Orville D. Payne, 91, of Port Clinton, died Thursday, June 10, at Otterbein North Shore Retirement Center, Lakeside. Visitation and services were Tuesday at the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, 1124 Fulton St., Port Clinton. Burial followed at Lakeview Cemetery with military honors being given by members of VFW Post No. 2480, Port Clinton. by e-mail and their respective addresses are available on the Web site. nnn

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Filmmaker holding all-day bullying seminar School bullying has often been regarded as just a part of growing up; something that happens to a handful of unpopular kids. Unfortunately, history tells us something quite different: school bullying has become an epidemic with consequences ranging from unbalanced adulthoods, youth suicides and murder. In nearly all school and campus shootings, it is reported by peers that the young shooter was a victim of torment and bullying. While some believe that the problem has been around too long to be significantly lessened, it has been proven that awareness and commonsense strategies have a major and positive effect on the bullying problem.

National speaker and award-winning educational filmmaker Thomas Brown decided in 1991 that he wanted to address the school bullying problem. First, with the assistance of his friends, he made a little film called “Broken Toy” about a bullied kid and what happens to his “tormentors” when their behavior toward this boy almost ends up in a tragedy. The film made an immediate impression on educators and children in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Within a few months after release, Brown and his program The Broken Toy Project, found himself speaking in schools throughout the United States and Canada, as well as appearing on nu-

merous American and Canadian news and talk shows. Nearly two decades after creating “Broken Toy,” Thomas has created 20 additional educational films, including six with his Port Clinton-based educational production company Closer Look Films. In addition to films on school bullying, Brown’s films have also covered bullying on the school bus, kids with Asperger’s and autism who are bullied, the fatal choking game, underage drinking parties, youth suicide, hazing, the importance of wearing bike helmets and child abduction. On Saturday Aug. 7, Brown will present his anti-bullying awareness program “The Broken Toy Project” for any interested

adult at Magruder Hospital, Conference Room A, for a seminar. The all-day event is “You will be moved, angered, enlightened and ready to make a difference in the lives of your own and others children, and you will learn common-sense strategies for home and the classroom that will help you reach that goal,” Brown said. For information about this program, or if you would like to be involved in the seminar, e-mail Brown at film1x1@roadrunner.com.

STUDENTS TOUR ZINK CALLS

Jimmy Wren (far right), of Zink Calls, shows students Thomas Keville, Chandler Harvey and Shelby Crowl how to properly use one of Zink’s goose calls. Jefferson fifth-graders visited Zink Calls in Port Clinton on May 26 as part of a lesson to introduce students to various jobs and careers. Fred and Dawn Zink and the Zink staff introduced students to various aspects of the business including production, marketing, call tuning and more.

Danbury High School 2010 Baccalaureate prayer service

Danbury High School’s 2010 Baccalaureate Prayer Service was held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Wednesday, June 2. Seniors Nathan Hartman, Abby Dodd and Alicia Brody proclaimed the readings. The Danbury High School Chorus provided special music. St. Joseph’s Altar Rosary Society provided the fellowship in the church hall following the service. Seniors in attendance were: Nathan Hartman, Cody Wells, Mike Hirsch, Brittany Isom, Marrisa Moody, Abby Dodd, Lisha Brooks,

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Danbury Middle School has announced his honor roll honorees for the fourth nine weeks. They are: Grade Five • High Honor Roll: Cory Bowser (all A’s) • Honor Roll: Nathaniel Ahrens, Zyan Barrere, Taylor Bishoff, Nicholas Bossetti, Benjamin Keller, Cassandra Kimm, Jared Koenig, Sarah Lange, Kyle Mumford, Sierra Puckett, Allisa Ritterbach, Kierstin Tuttamore, Samuel Tyson and Seth Vargo • Merit Roll: Mikahla Conrad, Christopher King, Bailey Kukay, David Douglas, Ashley Edwards, Elizabeth Hendrix, Grady Mark and Alison Sypherd

Grade 8 • High Honor Roll: Allison Ahrens, Erin Lavelle and Lindsay Mark, all with all A’s • Honor Roll: Alyssa Almendinger, Alyssa Biro, Concetta Gerber, Dominic Manuella, Cassidy Rhodes and Caitlynn ThompsonWright • Merit Roll: Tristan Hicks

Grade 6 • High Honor Roll: Brianna Adams, Alexis Dayton, Samantha Puckett and Taylor Wilhite, all with all A’s, and Gina Moravec • Honor Roll: Hayley Doski, Marinah Edwards, Scott Grimm, Uriah Haun, Racheal Kirk, Kelly Lavelle, Alexis Mitchell, Alyxandra Perram and Solomon Richardson • Merit Roll: Hunter Erfman, Dylan Harris and Cassandra Whitaker

Locals graduate from Baldwin-Wallace BEREA — The following local students participated in the 160th commencement ceremonies at Baldwin-Wallace College: • Alexandra Brikmanis, of Oak Harbor,

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Happiest, silliest and more from Cedar Point It’s Friday, June 11, and I’m sitting in the picnic area at Cedar Point Amusement Park. I have not been in this park for years but today I’m helping with a group of youth and their families who are here with the United Methodist Church for our conference’s Youth Day. Three churches are with our group: Port Clinton Trinity, Republic Trinity and Bloomville. Counting all adults, children and youth there are about 49 of us. Everyone had to bring a packed lunch. Beverages were provided by one of the churches. And bags of snacks circulated around, too. As I begin writing, lunch is finished and I’m now keeping watch over the picnic supplies, jackets, coolers and I don’t know what else that are gathered on a picnic table. It seems like a great time to write Beacon Bits. Here are some things I have seen: • The happiest: Kids high fiving their dads when their dads measured them up against the painted boards with height markings and finding that, “I can ride everything this year!” • The silliest (in my opinion, anyway): Elderly women in skimpy outfits with tattoos in unlikely places. • The most carefree: The littlest kids running and jumping for joy. • The most ill-advised: Throwing food to the seagulls that lurk around and then make nuisances of themselves. • The spunkiest: Melissa McBride, of Catawba Island, making the day with the help of a wheelchair after sustaining a painful broken toe only yesterday.

• A youth advisor’s nightmare: Asking a teenage boy to say the table grace resulting in “Rub-a-dub-dub, thanks for the grub, Yay God.” That got laughter from the kids, a scowl from the advisor and seemed to herald permission to start eating because the kids in that group dug right in. • The strangest comment: A tall stately woman was walking along outside the picnic pavilion and a bird (a grackle, maybe) darted out from the covered area and swooped in front of her. She stopped walking, spoke to herself, and said “I’m not a bird.” I’m not kidding. That’s what she said. “I’m not a bird.” • And here is something I’ve never seen before and firmly believe I will never try. Some guy brought a huge grill and began cooking big hamburger patties at about 10 a.m.! Then, instead of keeping these hot somehow, he put them into sandwich buns and sealed the “finished product” into the bags that the buns had come in. He kept them on the table for a couple of hours until his large group arrived to eat. It seemed to me as if the hamburgers would be cold and the buns would be soggy. Maybe he knew what he was doing. But I doubt it. • The most prevalent sight at Cedar Point: Girls wearing very short, cut-off jeans and boys wearing big ugly high top tennis shoes in strange colors. Purple seemed to be popular. Well, enough of that. I’ve seen a lot and I haven’t even been inside the gates yet. But this is a day for the youth and I’ve got the easy job of watching their belongings while they have fun. nnn

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Here are some ways to lower your electric bill in summer gleaned from several sources: • Turn your lights off whenever possible. Summer is a good time to use less lighting because of the longer hours of daylight. (And we’re coming up on the longest “day” of the year — June 21.) And turn off all electric-using toys, appliances, computers when you’re not actually using them. • Set the thermostat on your air conditioner at the warmest temperature you can tolerate and then don’t touch it. • Turn on your ceiling fans. They’ll help you keep cool and you won’t need to use your air conditioner as much as you would otherwise. • Other fans, such as floor fans, etc, will also help to keep you cool. (I personally like the fans that make very little noise. And, if you direct them at places where you spend time, such as in front of the kitchen sink or toward your favorite lounging chair, you’ll get good benefits from them). A small fan at your desk will keep you cool and another in the bathroom gets towels and washcloths dry fairly quickly. • As always, find where household air is escaping, such as around doors and windows. Fix the problem with insulation, caulk, weather stripping or any effective remedy. • On hot days, keep curtains, drapes and other window coverings closed to shut out heat during daytime hours. • A ventilating fan that pulls cool air in through your windows and pushes hot upper air out of the house is a good idea. A house with a fan in the attic, for example, is cooler than one without it. nnn

The Ottawa County Community Foundation is a real success story. It was formed in September 1999 and a Code of Regulations for the organization was adopted by November of that year. The first annual meeting was held in January 2000 and new trustees were elected. They were Earl Johnson, Darrell Opfer, Jack Schiller, John Blatt and Dave Martin. The first two funds established were the John Blatt, Mayor of Put-in-Bay scholarship fund and the Ida Rupp Library Endowment Fund. The foundation has grown quickly and today has 53 funds with an approximate value of $2,780,000. The Toledo Community Foundation is “parent” to the local group and invests local funds with its own,

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I love your city of Put-in-Bay and spend many hours visiting. I love it so much I’m going to have my ashes spread around it. But I was appalled Friday, June 11, when I went to the waterfront area by The Boardwalk and smelled the dead fish and garbage. It looked like it had been there for quite sometime. If you going to invite the world to your front door it seems there wouldn’t be the stench of dead fish and garbage welcoming them. I’m probably one of your biggest boosters in telling people of the wonderful area and all that it has to offer. Please make my next visit a pleasant and enjoyable one with out smell of dead fish and garbarge. Frank Kekes

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Recently I was shopping at a garage sale and I found a tape of Connie Francis singing some of her wonderful hits songs from many decades ago. I bought it and listened to it. This popular singer had a powerful, emotional voice and when she sang a great song, it was almost impossible not to listen to her with nearly spell-bound attention. I looked up some information about Connie Francis. She was one of the truly great performers. Born into an Italian family, her name was Concetta Franconero. Her father may have been a music teacher (not sure) and he was her career mentor. Her father surely had an impact on her early career and personal life. She played the accordion but later in life was sorry she had not studied piano instead. Her first 10 singles did not do well. But then, at her “last” recording session Connie Francis sang an older song, “Who’s Sorry Now?” at the suggestion of her father. It took off and launched her global career. She began searching for another song and found “Stupid Cupid,” written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield. “Cupid” was an instant success and Sedaka and Greenfield wrote many of her subsequent songs, including the immensely popular (and powerfully sung), “Where the Boys Are.” Francis sang in Las Vegas and on television specials. Her early career spanned the late ’50s and most of the ’60s. Then she took a few years off before resuming her work. She has written two autobiographies. The second, “Who’s Sorry Now?” was a New York Times bestseller. A footnote: Connie Francis fell in love with singer Bobby Darin when she was young and her father forced them apart. The two young adults had met when he was writing songs and actually before his own great singing career took off. Connie’s father did not approve of the relationship. When he learned that Darin was planning to elope with his daughter, the father ran Darin off with a gun. Connie later said that when she heard that Bobby Darin had married starlet Sandra Dee, she wanted to die. And much later she wrote that not marrying Bobby Darin was the “biggest mistake” of her life. She was later married four times with all four marriages ending in divorce.

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May 25, 2010, was the date for the Danbury High School’s annual Scholarship Awards Program. More than $41,000 in local scholarships was given out this year. A www.octapublictransit.org heartfelt thank you goes out to all the scholarship donors, with your help the students of our community are on 419-898-RIDE (7433) & Toll Free 1-888-898-RIDE (7433) their way to a brighter future. Visit www.thebeacon.net for a list of scholarship recipients’ names, the school CTA2x5B-2.indd 1 5/3/10 9:41:56 AM they are attending next year and the scholarships they received. Danbury High School

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I am not writing to complain about our streets, which is no longer just bad, but has become shameful, disgusting and dangerous. Nor am I writing to complain about our outrageous water and sewer bills, which I believe will even be higher in the near future. And I am not even going to mention Lakeview Park, where an unbelievable amount of money is being spent on a “small masonry building,” where the tourist can wash the sand off their feet. The fact is I am not writing to complain about anything, or anyone, I am writing to give praise and thank yous to some of Port Clinton’s finest citizens. First of all I would like to thank two ex-councilmen who gave years of their time, trying against all odds, to make Port Clinton a better place to live. These gentlemen were not “bobbleheads, or followers,” they were leaders, who did their own thinking — and they always kept the citizens informed on what was going on. I truly believe that Dr. Chapman and Jeff Morgan were the best thing that happened to our administration in last 50 years. I know they will be missed but I do not believe they will ever be replaced. I would also like to thank the many people who ask my friends, my family members and myself why I no longer write letters to the editor, and will I again be doing so. A little more than a year ago I lost someone who I miss more than I can put into words, and since then nothing seems important. I see no reason to write anymore letters, because I believe Port Clinton has finally become a “Tourist Town.” A few years ago I told you what an old business man told me back in 1939, what makes a tourist town — he said “a tourist town is a town where the business people gets the dollars, the workers get the pennies, and the residents gets the shaft.” Now tell me, citizens, is Port Clinton a tourist town or isn’t it? Citizens get involved. Bob Walls Sr.

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Local women attend Memory Day at State Capital COLUMBUS — In a display of public solidarity and support for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, an estimated 250 Alzheimer’s advocates from across the state participated in the 12th annual Memory Day at the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday, April 13. Memory Day provides families, caregivers and those affected by Alzheimer’s disease the opportunity to meet face-to-face with their elected officials to discuss the unique challenges associated with caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease. Among them were Marian Blevins, of Port Clinton, and Jody Andres, of Sandusky, who had the opportunity to speak with Sen. Mark Wagoner (2nd district), Rep. Jay P. Goyle (Dist. 73) and Rep. Dennis Mur-

ray (Dist. 80) to advocate on behalf of persons with Alzheimer’s. Andres is the retention and recruitment coordinator for Home Instead Senior Care’s Port Clinton office, a non-medical provider of companionship, home helper and respite services. Her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease five years ago. Andres was able to share her professional experiences in working with the senior population and knowledge of the disease through Home Instead Senior Care’s Alzheimer’s training program. Andres is in a unique position to speak with the legislators because of her professional knowledge and her personal situation with her mother’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Blevins has been a caregiver to her hus-

band since his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. She has spent many hours finding all the information she can to assist in his daily life. Blevins was able to give the legislators a first-hand account of the trials that family caregivers face on a day-to-day basis. Blevins recently received first place in an essay contest sponsored by Caring Today magazine which provided her with respite services from Home Instead Senior Care. She wrote about how she had adapted her life style to meet the needs of her husband’s Al-

Smart room technology focus of Magruder’s educational luncheon Magruder Hospital will be hosting an educational luncheon on its new smart room technology at noon Monday, June 21. Charles Dellick, Magruder’s information technology

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WHAT: Intermediate Internet and Microsoft Word for Beginners WHEN: Intermediate Internet: 10 to 11:30 a.m. Microsoft Word for beginners: 1 to 2:30 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library INFO: 419-732-3212

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WHAT: Magruder Hospital will be hosting an educational luncheon on its new smart room technology. Charles Dellick, Magruder’s information technology director, will present the program. The luncheon series is open to the public. WHEN: Noon WHERE: Magruder hospital’s conference center COST: $6 INFO: An RSVP is required

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WHEN: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Ottawa County Health Department INFO: Make appointments by calling 734-6800 or Toll Free at 1-800-788-8803

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WHAT: There will be an executive session to consider the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion or compensation of a public employee or official and to discuss legal matters. WHEN: 6 p.m. WHERE: 11685 W. Ohio 163

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Family Planning Clinic WHEN: 9:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Ottawa County Health Department INFO: Make appointments by calling 734-6800 or Toll Free at 1-800-788-8803

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Conestoga program reports accomplishments PORT CLINTON — The Conestoga Program is revisiting accomplishments and promoting community spirit through a report to stakeholders at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 18, in the Sutton Center Conference

Room, 1854 E. Perry St. A question-andanswer session will be included. There will also be a Conestoga Neighborhood Day in Lakeview Park with events going on from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Homes

for sale in the neighborhood will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 19. The first 100 people to tour the homes will receive a $25 gas card, (some restrictions apply). A $250 Ace Hardware gift certificate will be

rewarded to new homeowners in the Conestoga Neighborhood at the point of sale. For information, visit www.conestogaprogram.com.

Sgt. Rob Hickman presented Light of Hope Award during Victims’ Rights’ Week at the Take Back the Night Rally. Unfortunately, Hickman was out of town for training and his wife Roseann accepted the award on his behalf and read a statement that he provided. “The award is given to individuals that have rendered outstanding service to victims of crime dur-

ing the past year,” said Carolyn Renwand, victim advocate for the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s Office. “The award has been given yearly since 1998 and is chosen by victim’s comments, victim’s surveys that are completed through the year and by information provided by the Law Enforcement Agencies.”

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Chapel on the Lake’s Vacation Bible School is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 28-July 2. A light meal will be served at 5 p.m. This is for ages 4 through 12 years old. There is no charge. The church is located at 145 S. Bridge St. (Ohio 269) across from the fire station. For information, contact Mary Hall at 419-341-0326.

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Children ages 4 to 11 are invited to Lava, Lava Island at Erie Shores Assembly of God. It will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 28July 2. Lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is encouraged, but registrations will be taken on the first day. Erie Shores is located at 220 Gill Road (behind the Kroger store). For information, contact the church at 419-734-3322.

Keeping the Earth

Keeping the Earth is the theme at St. John Lutheran Church this year, June 28-July 2. Children going into pre-K through kindergarten will meet from 9 a.m. to noon.

Children entering first grade through fifth grade will meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. They will need to bring a lunch with a drink, Monday through Thursday. A hot dog picnic lunch will be provided Friday. For youth going into sixth grade through eigth grade, they will meet at 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Each child is asked to bring a white or light colored T-shirt, with name on the tag. There is no charge. Pre-registration is suggested, but not required. The church is located at 207 Adams (South-east corner of Adams and Second streets). For information, call 419-734-0000.

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Kids will “Follow Jesus on a Life-Changing adventure” at Immaculate Conception Church. This VBS program is 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. July 5-9 for kids age 3 to fifth grade. Children need to bring a white Tshirt with his or her name on the tag, a water bottle (either daily or one for the week) and one cardboard paper towel roll. Parents will be given instructions as to what they need to bring for the final day picnic lunch with family and friends at noon Friday. Pre-registration is encouraged; space is limited. The church is located at 414 Madison St. (corner of Madison and Fourth streets). For information, call 419734-4004.

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her book at the retirement community from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, June 18. Otterbein is located at 9400 North Shore Boulevard. The public is welcome. Smith wrote a story about and for each of her five grandchildren when they were born, which became a gift to them when they were 2 years old. She has eight additional children’s stories that may be published. A retired teacher and reading specialist, Smith and her husband, Bill, decided to retire to the Lakeside-Marblehead area because they had always vaca-

tioned in the area and they like being around people of all ages. The book illustrator is Jenny Campbell, who runs a thriving cartooning business in Chagrin Falls. She has illustrated 12 children’s books. In 2002 she was approached by John Gibel to do a comic strip about seniors and they created what is now the nationally syndicated comic strip Flo and Friends — all about aging with an attitude. For information, call 419-798-8203. To learn about Otterbein is available at www.otterbein.org.

Docents learn roles for summer The Wolcott Keeper’s House, 9999 E. Bayshore Road, Marblehead, recently prepared volunteers to greet summer visitors with an annual docent training and breakfast. Veteran docents brought returning docents and newcomers up to date in the lore of Benajah Wolcott and his family, and their life as farmers and lighthouse keepers in the 1820s Ohio frontier. Nearly two dozen men and women volunteer to welcome summer visitors to the 1820s stone home of the Marblehead Lighthouse’s first keepers, and to the adjacent gift shop and museum. Afterwards they were treated to a brunch catered by Avery’s. The house, cemetery and gift shop/ museum will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through Sept. 3 and the second Saturdays of each month through October.

Cindy Zwierlein and Nancy Biddle learn about new merchandise at the Wolcott Keeper’s House Gift Shop from lead docent Sharon Coder.

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An informational meeting on the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program, the Emergency Watershed Protection Floodplain Easement Program or the Farm and Ranch Land Protection Program is set for 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 22. As a producer or landowner, you may qualify for funding through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The meeting will be held at Luckey Farmers main office, 1200 W. Main St., Woodville. EQIP is primarily for agricultural

producers with a natural resource issue, such as soil erosion. WHIP is for landowners who want to create or restore wildlife habitat, or combat invasive species, on their land. FRPP is for farmers who want to keep their land in agricultural production by placing a conservation easement on the property. The EWPP-FPE is for landowners who have floodplain lands that have been impaired by flooding within the last 12 months or that have a history of repeated flooding (flooded at least twice in the past

10 years). A conservation easement will be place on the floodplain and the land restored to its’ original state. Sign-up for GLRI funding is currently taking place until July 1. Both financial and technical assistance is available for these programs using GLRI funding. Ohio has $6.4 million for landowners with land in the priority watersheds of the Lake Erie Watershed for 2010. If you have questions, contact Josh Gerwin at 419-898-6431 or Jim Carter at 419354-5517.

Free event set for young authors, illustrators Following the success of the 2009 “Draw Me In” children’s book program, the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council conducted another seminar for our future authors and illustrators. The class was held at the Jodie McCallum Fine Art Gallery in Marblehead on Dec. 29. The young authors and illustrators were supplied with two blank mock-up books, one for practice and one for finished presentation, each student also received a pack of crayons to complete their

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book. This program is offered to residents or siblings of residents residing in Ottawa County. The next program will be on Tuesday, June 22. The classes are available for children in grades two to five; a parent or guardian must be present for this program. There will be two sessions, one starting at 10 a.m. and the other at 12:30 p.m. Class size is limited to 20 student per session. The finished books are to be delivered to the Morgan Realty in Port Clinton or the Jodie McCallum Gallery in Marblehead no later than July 31. There will be a reception for your young authors and illustrators that will coincide with the Appetite for the Arts, that will be held at the Jet Express warehouse, in Port Clinton on Aug. 13. Jodie McCallum is a nationally recognized children’s book illustrator that has been published more than 60 times and has books in circulation throughout the United States and Cash & Carry Dresses abroad. All classes and supplies are As is $99 - $299 free for this program and are being supplied by the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council. For information or to register your child, call 419-732-0941 or 105 S. Front St., Fremont e-mail carol@morganreal419-332-6101 tygroup.com

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Tombstone mystery solved A Civil War tombstone in the Ottawa County Historical Museum recently brought together members of the Bovia family from Toledo and Port Clinton. When the Toledo branch of the Bovias learned of the whereabouts of the Civil War tombstone of Francis Bovia, they called the museum to find out how it came to be on display there. Francis Bovia fought in Company G of the Ohio 100th Infantry during the Civil War, was wounded in the wrist, and died in 1878 of tuberculosis contracted during the Civil War. The Bovias’ call resulted in a family get-together at the museum with Dick Ward and his wife Elsie Bovia Ward, who had donated the tombstone to the museum years ago. Elsie had received the nearly illegible tombstone

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The Genoa Farmers Market is looking for new vendors. Whether you sell fresh produce grown on your farm or in your backyard, or whether you create baked goods, handmade crafts or fine art, all are welcome. This year’s GFM will run through the end of October and will again be located in the Town Hall parking lot from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. There will be no vendor fees, no commitment for the season is required and you will not be required to remain at the market until it closes if you have sold out. Vendors are also not required to pre-register, but returning forms will make it easier for the committee to keep track of interested vendors. For information, contact Lisa Cowell at 419-855-3322.

Marilyn Bovia (front), of Toledo, and Elsie Bovia Ward, Port Clinton, with the Civil War tombstone of their ancestor Francis Bovia. Behind them are Marvin, Raenna and Peggy Bovia, all of Toledo. when her sister, Anna Bovia, replaced it with a new one and they were able to retrieve the worn stone from the cemetery trash pile. Marvin, Peggy, Marilyn and Raenna Bovia traveled

from Toledo to meet Elsie and Dick, and then all the family members went to Rusha Cemetery in Carroll Township to view the graves of Francis and other family members.

VFW gathers for memorial service The Marblehead Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7572 held a solemn Memorial Day service at 5 p.m. May 30 — the original day of remembrance. Commander Bob Peroni conducted the service flanked by Senior Vice Commander Lu Hamit and the color guard Duane Goebel, Terry Rahner, Bob Sobolewski and Mike Garrard, with the ladies auxiliary color bearers Mary Goebel, Alice Peroni, Molly

Renner, Sue Hallier, Judy Stradley and Mary Ann Monak. Assembled members included Carol Hamit, Jessica Garrard, Nancy Hogan, Don Brown, Doc McCormick and Joe Kopchak. Chaplain pro tem Ladies Auxiliary President Debbie Garrard offered the opening prayer. The voice of Colleen Rahner filled the air as she sang our National Anthem. Peroni spoke about the day of remembering and the Ladies Auxiliary prayer was offered by

Debbie Garrard. A gun salute by the honor guard Larry Twarek, Paul Hallier and Dan Monak Sr. was followed by Earl Davis with the sound of taps as Camille Sobolewski captured the moment. The evening was not complete until a CD was played and the voice of Penn Kemp filled the canteen, reminiscent of past remembrances of Memorial Day.

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McCallum Gallery artist to unveil new painting Saturday Donald Boncela, a nationally known fine art painter, will be unveiling his latest painting — “N 41. 34. 30. W 82. 51. 31. Homeward Bound” — during the scheduled festivities Saturday, June 19, at the McCallum Gallery, 724 W. Main, Marblehead. Boncela’s works of art are best described utilizing a French term, Trompe L’oeil — a painting style that gives the illusion of reality. This painting is a classic example of the artist’s attention to execution and detail. Boncela was an instructor of painting techniques and portrait drawing at the Cleveland Institute of Art from 1975-1982.

He also instructed painting techniques and portrait drawing for the “Old Masters Reproductions Classes” at the Cleveland Museum of Art from 1999-2004. The unveiling of the painting will take place during The Art of it All, a scheduled event from 1 to 10 p.m. The event includes a Grammy Award-winning jazz and blues band, DBC from Cleveland. Featured will be select wines from the Firelands Winery, appetizers from the Islander Grill, pottery demos by Colin Budd, wood turning demos by Robert Garrett and sterling silver jewelry demos by Benjamin Budd. For information, call the gallery at 419798-3318.

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Terrence O’Donnell will be the featured speaker for the Republican Lunch Bunch at the Port Clinton Elk’s Lodge at noon Thursday, June 24. No reservations are necessary for the $10 buffet.

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The New American Legion Post 113 is opening its bar to the public from 3 to 11 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Beer, wine, liquor and food will all be available. The post is located at the corner of Sand and Christy Chapel roads. nnn

The Port Clinton Braves Youth Football program is hosing a special Father’s Day Chicken Dinner from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 20, at Great Scot Community Market. Dinners are only $8 for the works. All orders are carry-out only. nnn

“A Day in the Park” Car Show will be held this Saturday, June 19, at Port Clinton’s Lakeview Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. They’ll be serving pancakes until noon followed by a hog roast at 3 p.m. This will be a great chance to see the new restroom/concession stand facility. nnn

Faith United Methodist Church is teaming up with Barbecue Traveler for a chicken and ribs barbecue fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at the Church located at the corner of Fifth and Jackson streets in Port Clinton. nnn

The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to help with its Independence Day Celebration. They are looking for gate checkers, ticket salespeople and bartenders. If you want to sign up, call the Chamber office at 419-898-0479. nnn

The Danbury High School Class of 1990 is celebrating its 20-year reunion and are having an informal gathering on Friday, June 25, at The Casino on Kelleys Island. The group will gather again at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 26, for a tour of the school with Bill Lucas followed by dinner at Bruno’s at 6 p.m., followed again by socializing at Jamestown Tavern. A potluck picnic is planned for Sunday, June 27, at James Park. For information, contact Gwen Turnisky Valenti at chargers55_55@yahoo.com to confirm you will be able to attend any or all of the events planned.

In September, Emily Wadsworth joined Stein Hospice as a nurse at the inpatient care center. Friends worried that working at a hospice center might be difficult for Emily, whose cancer was in remission. “Because I have cancer, I should be there,” the 61-year-old Clyde nurse told them. Emily’s career at Stein was brief, but her impact was vast. She served patients and families with compassion and dedication, never satisfied until all their questions were answered. When Emily’s cancer returned and she was no longer able to work, she shifted her attention to other Stein projects. This spring she laid the groundwork for Emily’s Library. A room at the care center will soon hold books, recordings and computers to help educate and comfort patients and families. “I think one of the best gifts you can give a family is the understanding of what is happening,” she explained. Emily joined a Stein committee that was planning a caregiver conference so she could share her experiences from both sides of the bed. And in an effort to further reach out to others, she asked to be part of Stein’s advertising campaign. Emily wasn’t able to complete all her projects. She died April 8 at the care center, receiving the kind of care she once delivered. Stein Hospice helped Emily deal with her death on her terms.

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More than 150 take part in PCMS 5K run/walk

PCMS Student Nathan Stubblefield was the first to complete the PCMS Fitness Club 5K Run/ Walk on June 1. Stubblefield finished in 21:12.5.

Port Clinton Middle School students, as well as staff and some parents, completed a 5K run/walk June 1. The event was the final one for the successful PCMS Fitness Club program coordinated by Angela Reineck, school nurse, and Jenifer Dackermann, physical education teacher. PCMS Fitness Club members completed an eight-week training for 5K including strength and cross training. Throughout the program, several guest speakers visited practices to talk to the club members about various topics regarding health and nutrition. The program was funded by a $500 grant from the Ohio Action for Health Kids Zone 1 Coalition to be used for improving the health status of children in Northwest Ohio schools. Ohio Action for Healthy Kids is a nonprofit national and statewide initiative dedicated to improving health and academic performance of children through better nutrition and physical activity in schools. Other 5K Run/Walk sponsors included: Bassetts Market; Community Market; Raymond Colavinceizo, DDS; Magruder Hospital;

Pizza House; Subway; Midship Fleet; and Patrick Reineck, DDS. More than 150 participated in the 5K Run/Walk including: Nathan Stubblefield, 21:12.5; Jake Gulas, 22:07.8; Christopher Weaver, 22:07.8; Joe Harvey, 22:11.3; Jake Prosser, 22:13.8; Nick Reineck, 22:41.8; Shane Meek, 22:48.9; Ty Gallogly, 23:11.6; Logan Hepp, 23:53.2; Emily Ashley, 24:29.1; Kennedy Gulas, 24:37.7; Ashton Barton, 24:46.3; Hannah Weaver, 25:15.0; Alec Ochs, 25:17.4; Avery Dackermann, 27:15.7; Matthew Winke, 27:26.1; Mitchell Mueller, 27:30.8; Logan Royster, 27:31.1; Mike Jenkins, 28:15.1; Noah Cross, 28:17.1; Kiya Brown, 28:19.1; Cheyenne Meek, 28:24.2; Alex Cruz, 28:29.9; Allie Schroeder, 29:19.5; Victoria Reiman, 29:19.8; Hope Thorbahn, 30:10.1; Paige Culver. 30:38.9; Claire Zielinski, 30:39.1; Kelly Althaus, 30:49.6; Darryl Trent, 30:51.4; James Cooper, 31:00.5; Tristen Mallory, 31:25.7; Julie St. Leger, 32:22.4; Jacob Johnson, 32:27.3; Spencer Wadsworth, 32:44.2; Adam Wells, 32:57.8; Zach Baugh, 33:01.1; Lydia Bacon, 33:05.4; Noah Smith, 33:07.0; Ken Bacon, 33:09.0; Kathryn

Mueller, 33:39.6; Heather Keck, 33:40.5; Collin Salyers, 34:08.1; Colleen Keck, 34:42.6; Ericka Castillo, 34.42.9; Morgan Donahue, 34:56.0; Ashtyn Baney, 35:04.6; Peter Ladd, 35:06.0; Taylor Steyer, 35:11.9; Nick Harvey, 34:05.4; Meghan O’Neal, 35:14.0; Shelby Gerwin, 35:38.5; Nick Capone, 36:04.4; Aubree Thomas, 36:35.6; Drake Floro, 36:55.2; Lance Taylor,37.00.6; Tayler Wadsworth, 37:12.3; Kayleigh Householder, 37:30.9; Shannon Gardner-Pumphrey, 37:31.6; Jordan Osborne, 38:04.0; Gabriel DeFreitas, Ryan Alexander, Cole Mayle, Daniel Gardner, Rachelle Hofacker, Carrie McGlothlin, Rachel Fall, Joseph Miller, Nathan Stayancho, Cooper Eller, Jacob Gottron, Dennis Elias, Libby Showalter, Kelsey Salyer, Jake Depner, Katelyn Chapman, Hannah Sarty, Lauren Wheeler, Marcus Hogan, Haley Klima, Madison Burris, Baileigh Limestahl, Bethany Urban, Sydney Alexander, Katelyn Sheppard, Rachel Kirkland, Taylor Zink, Shane York, Stefan Daniels, Ebony Kleinhans, Alayne Herevia, Gracey Stewart, Emily Shaw, McKenzie Stine, Zach Kokinda, Kasey Swander, Heidi Murray, Marc-Anthony

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Danbury High School hands out spring athletic honors Danbury High School honored its spring sports athletes June 1. Awards presented were as follows:

Softball • Certificates: Rhonda Chapman, Tara England, Felicia Beverick, Lisha Brooks, Engelica Cichocki, Evelyn Hermiller, Brittany Headrick, Morgan Snyder and Allie Willis • First Year Letter: Kym Stewart • Second Year Letter: Caitlynn Biro, Meggie Oglesbee and Morgan Scott • Third Year Letter: Tori England and Tiffany Seamon • Fourth Year Letter: Heather Bahnsen, Taylor Brown, Kelcie McGhee and Devin Pollock • Top Offensive Player: Devin Pollock • Top Defensive Player: Tori

England • Coaches Award: Taylor Brown • Most Improved: Kym Stewart • Most Valuable Player: Kelcie McGhee and Meggie Oglesbee • First Team All-TAAC: Kelcie McGhee and Devin Pollock • Second Team All-TAAC: Tori England, Heather Bahnsen and Meggie Oglesbee • TAAC Honorable Mention: Taylor Brown and Kym Stewart

Baseball • Certificates: Dakota Hruby, Doug Petrella, Justin Tester, Greg Wilson, David Gast and Dylan Menier • First Year Letter: Tyler Boring, Mike Hirsch, Cody Velliquette, Dalton Chapman and Zach Kalinoski • Second Year Letter: Branden

Burke, Lucas Kennedy and Cory Schenk • Third Year Letter: Billy Burke, John Grieve and Nathan Hartman • Laker Award: Nathan Hartman and Mike Hirsch • Top Offensive Player: Branden Burke • Top Defensive Player: Lucas Kennedy • First Team All-TAAC: Branden Burke • Second Team All-TAAC: Billy Burke • TAAC Honorable Mention: Lucas Kennedy and Nathan Hartman

Girls’ Track & Field • First Year Letter: Alexa Bintz, Mollie Knighton, Lilly Kennedy, Kelsey Clemons, Andrea Dodd

and Kim Holmes • Second Year Letter: Kyleigh Hemmer, Kayla Oxendale and Allison Hohman • Third Year Letter: Hailey Hammersmith, Becka Hartman, K.C. Oxendale and Kelsey Pepa • Fourth Year Letter: Cortney Cook and Brittany Isom • Coaches Award: Becka Hartman • Most Improved: Kyleigh Hemmer • Most Points: K.C. Oxendale • Rookie of the Year: Mollie Knighton • TAAC First Team: K.C. Oxendale • TAAC Second Team: K.C. Oxendale, Mollie Knighton, Becka Hartman, Kyleigh Hemmer, Kayla Oxendale and Kelsey Clemons • TAAC Honorable Mention:

Britany Isom, Mollie Knighton, Kelsey Clemons, Kayla Oxendale, K.C. Oxendale and Lilly Kennedy

Boys’ Track & Field • Certificates: Jacob Freeh • First Year Letter: Dylan Buckley, Brett Reyes and Branden Bahnsen • Second Year Letter: Ben Adams, Jacob Fultz, Michael Ward and Seth Boring • Third Year Letter: Hunter Stephens • Coaches Award: Hunter Stephens • Most Improved: Brandon Bahnsen • Most Points: Mike Ward • Rookie of the Year: Dylan Buckley • TAAC Second Team: Hunter Stephens

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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.

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Lakeside Laundromat back open for business LAKESIDE — After much anticipation and preparation, the Lakeside Association is announceS the reopening of the Lakeside Laundromat. The new proprietors of the business are Tom and Marcy Winkel of Lewis Center. The Laundromat is open year-round. During the summer season (Memorial Day-Labor Day), business hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. In the off-season, business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Winkels have put Jobs available much thought into the reopening of the laundromat, The Winkels are seeking which debuted on June 4. individuals willing to The building has received work every evening exterior and interior renoduring the season, espevations, including an upcially weekends, starting graded façade, windows, at 7 p.m. If interested, outdoor seating and new contact Tom at 614restroom. New equipment 374-2110. has been installed, including washers, dryers, counter space and seating. The laundromat offers self-service; wash, dry and fold service; and commercial laundry service. The laundromat houses 10 22-pound washers, two 30-pound washers, three 60-pound washers, 10 30-pound dryers, four 45-pound dryers and one 75-pound dryer. The prices vary from $3 to $7 for use of the washers and $0.25 to $2.50 per six minutes of dryer usage. The wash, dry and fold service is available Monday through Friday for $1.10 per pound, with a minimum of 10 pounds. Twin/double comforters are $15 each and queen/king comforters are $18 each for the wash, dry and fold service. Laundromat customers are welcome to use free Wi-Fi, various game machines, Coca-Cola vending machine or browse through a selection of magazines. For customer convenience, there is a drop-off parking zone located in the front of the building, as well as five spaces in the rear for laundromat customers only. An attendant will be on hand throughout the day for assistance with the machines. Also, for the local Marblehead and surrounding area, a two-hour gate pass is available during the season at all gates. The pass must be stamped by the laundromat attendant in order to exit Lakeside. Lakeside Association President and CEO Kevin Sibbring said the Association is pleased with the opening of the new Laundromat. “Tom and Marcy Winkel are great additions to the Lakeside Business District and we are thankful for their commitment and dedication. This new service is a true partnership and we hope it clearly demonstrates our ability to respond to the community we serve. We are committed to their success,â€? Sibbring said. Tom became familiar with the Lake Erie region from visits with his parents to Gem Beach. Years later, the couple discovered Lakeside on a whim. Marcy describes the experience as, “love at first sight.â€? Not long after their first encounter with the Chautauqua community the family purchased a cottage in 2001 with plans to retire. However, last year, the Lakeside Laundromat opportunity became available. With Tom’s background experience in operating the family bowling business for 25 years and owning a commercial cleaning business for 15 years, he decided to revive the Lakeside Laundromat. Tom and Marcy now reside in Lakeside. The couple has three grown children: Dan, 41, Sonya, 37 and Grant, 23.

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In 2005, Phoebe Parker Borman established Memory Works Dinner Shows. As a playwright and director, she has written a variety of dinner and stage shows including “Ohio the Musical,� “Never Say Die,� and “Rosies�. Besides private parties, this murder mystery show has entertained guests at fine restaurants and clubs throughout Northern Ohio including, The Island House, North Shore Retirement Community, The Vineyards, Sandusky Yacht Club, Lyman Harbor among other local sur-

rounding areas. The actors are talented performers and proven crowd pleasers. They interact freely with the guests who can either relax and enjoy the show or join in the fun. Memory Works is based on Washington Street in Port Clinton. For information call 419341-9640 or visit www.memoryworksdinnershows.com. Memory Works Dinner Shows will be featured at The Marblehead Bank, Peninsula Branch on Bridge Road. Show Times are during regu-

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If you haven’t already done so, put your debts and assets “on the tableâ€? so you’re both aware of what you owe and what you own. This knowledge will be invaluable when you begin making the investment moves necessary to achieve your goals. • Discuss your investment styles. You and your spouse no doubt share many traits, but you will also have some differences — and one of those differences may be in your investment styles and preferences. For example, you may be an aggressive investor, while your spouse might be more conservative. What you choose to do with those differences is up to you. You could, for example, arrive at some common ground between your two styles and use that approach in your joint investment accounts. Then, for your individual accounts, such as your IRA or 401(k), you and your spouse can follow your individual investment styles. • Start an emergency fund. Of all the investment-related moves you can make early in your marriage, none may be quite as important as building an emergency fund containing six to 12 months’ worth of liv-

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Boats 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. 1999 EAGLE boat trailer. Tandem axle. With bunkers. 10,000 lb GVWR. Custom wheels, with matching spare. Always stored inside for winter storage. $2500.00. Please call at, (419) 270-4322.

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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: 419-704-8595 Email: roncg@verizon.net

Auction Corner Exclusive Real Estate Portfolio Auction 7 properties to be auctioned Saturday June 26th @ 1:00pm Registration at 11:00am Auction to be held at The Danbury Auction House 189 S. Bridge Rd. (State Route 269) Marblehead, OH 43440 Gem Beach Estates Inc. 5640 Gem Beach ~ Port Clinton, OH 68 mobile home park & 60 Storage Units Marine City Marina, Trailer Park and Sales & Service 7401 E Harbor Rd ~ Marblehead, OH 92 Mobile Home Park, 132 Dock Marina, Sales & Service State Road Mobile Home Park 2029 E State Rd ~ Port Clinton, OH 42 Mobile Home Park, 4 plex & Commercial Building Clydesdale Manor Mobile Home Park 1111 Main St ~ Clyde, OH 58 Sites, 9 already rented! Lakefront Home 6098 Poplar ~ Port Clinton, OH Catawba Island / Gem Beach Area 8 +/- Acres on SR 53 & SR 2 Port Clinton, OH For More information visit & pictures http://www.mattheathsells.com Midwest Real Estate & Auctions LLC Matthew E Heath, Auctioneer/Realtor Call: 419-627-6780

PUBLIC AUCTION WHEN: Saturday June19, 2010 10:00 am WHERE: 625 N. Toussaint South Road Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449 For: Owner #1: Ina M Stewart Directions: From Oak Harbor take St. Rt. 163 E to Toussaint South Rd (across from Ottawa Co Fairground), turn left, approx 1 mile to sale. Watch for signs. Tractor & Attachments: 1947 8N Ford, 3 pt 5 ft chopper, 3 pt 6 ft. Imco blade. Trailer: 2 wheel pick-up bed trailer metal floor. Household & Antiques: Large wooden trunk, medium wooden trunk, double bed, wooden highchair, old pictures, tin file cabinet, wooden 4 shelf, Idea wash tub, canning jars, child’s sled, wooden kitchen chairs, Christmas décor, child’s wagon, baskets, lamps, children’s toys still in boxes, crocks, Raggedy Ann & Andy toy box. Garage & Barn: McCullock gas chainsaw, pedal grinder stone, some hand tools, electric circle saw, electric sander, Dayton battery charger, electric drills, old garden tools, car ramps, extension ladders, misc wood, Coleman lantern, U-Haul child’s tricycle, shovels, rakes, hoes, 8 ft alum extension ladder, tilt bed lawn trailer, garden hose, wheel barrel, 2.5 ft wide lawn roller, scroll saw, bird feeder, wringer, licenses plates. Many other Misc Items For: Owner #2: The late Ralph Zunk & Marjorie Zunk Joannne M Blevins, atty in fact Household: Kitchen table w/ 4 chairs & leaves, 2 wooden shelves matching, 2 matching end tables, white Westinghouse TV w/ remote, lamps, double bed, night stand & dresser, blankets, fans, Kenmore sewing machine w/ cabinet, vanity dresser w/ stool, wooden wardrobe, filter queen sweeper, knee hole desk, Garage & Lawn: Craftsman tool chest, drill press 1/2 HP, bench grinder, Coleman 4HP 11 gall air compressor, Craftsman 12 gall shopvac, 16 ft alum extension ladder, Craftsman buffer, 1/2 in. 3/8 in. & 1/4 in. sockets, hand wrenches, pipe wrenches, Makita saws all, plumbing & electrical, 4.5 in angle grinder, Skill rechargeable drill, Hyd jacks, Hand chain fall, 2 wheeled cart, nurse air tank, garden hose, Toro 21 in rear bagger push mower, Sears electric leaf blower, step ladders, chains & binders, Pabst beer sign, Limestone tavern menu. Many other Misc Items Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. All items sold as is where is. Not responsible for accidents, or items after they are sold. Statements made the day of sale supersede all printed matter. Licensed by the division of Licensing, Ohio Department of Agriculture, and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.

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Port Clinton City â&#x20AC;˘ 6-7-10 Steven and Janet Schroeder to Richard and Diana Powers, 727 Grant St., $180,000. â&#x20AC;˘ 6-8-10 Sutton Bank to Scott Mominee, 327 W. Fourth St., $42,500. â&#x20AC;˘ 6-9-10 Janeth Boyers to William and Patricia Sigg, 1522 E. Perry St., $134,000.

Middle Bass â&#x20AC;˘ 6-11-10 William Cleveland III and Beberly Cleveland to Tim Remlinger, 1315 N. Shore, $135,000.

1541 ANCHOR AVE., PORT CLINTON 3BR 2BA Lakefront Colony Club Townhome. One of three on the shore of Lake Erie with attached 2 car garage and over 2,500 square feet. $50,000.00 decorating allowance! $799,000.00

CATAWBA ISLAND. 4448 G. MARIN HARBOR 2BR 3BA Elevated ranch Condo w/loft. Open floor plan. Vaulted Ceilings. Covered deck for watching fabulous sunsets. Offering price includes 40+ ft. floating dock â&#x20AC;&#x201C; D4. $299,000.00

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The Bluffs at the Catawba Island Club, a prestigious location, an amazing home. Four levels of quality from the lower level walk out recreation areas, office and exercise area to the wide open spaces in the great room, kitchen and master bedroom suite. The rear of the home overlooks the quiet water of speakers pond where your private frontage permits you to access for a kayak or fishing and leads directly into Lake Erie. The nearby club marina, golf course, pool and tennis provides an outlet for entertainment for friends and family. $1,190,000

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CATAWBA ISLAND. 3763 OVERLOOK. 2BR 1.5 BA. Adorable cottage with peeks of Lake Erie and Green Island at the end of your lot. Brick fireplace. Updated Kitchen and Bath. $149,500.00

â&#x20AC;˘ 6-10-10 June Stoiber to Kimberly Stoiber, 89 Basil Lane, $317,242.

MARBLEHEAD. 10851 BAY POINT #1202 3BR 2.5 BA New phase condo overlooks quarry filled with wildlife. Seasonal views of the Lake. 2 Car attached Garage. Immediate Occupancy. $349,000.00

Salem Township â&#x20AC;˘ 6-7-10 Opal Almendinger to Donovan and Rachelle Peters, 49.607 acres, West Portage River Road, $13,781.70

Imagine 55â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dockage right outside your door. This home features a spacious great room, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, waterfront patio and much more. Enjoy amazing views from your patio or jump in your

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Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit going up in area LAKESIDE — Experience the unique symbolism of fences and how they are entwined with politics, industry and daily life at Between Fences, the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street traveling exhibit, featured at Lakeside’s historic Hoover Auditorium from June 20-July 10. Between Fences opens Sunday, June 20, with a special slide presentation of Lakeside fences by the Lakeside Heritage Society in the Fountain Inn Green Room from 2 to 2:45 p.m. Brief remarks will follow on the steps of Hoover Auditorium at 3 p.m. The exhibit will be open 7:30 to

8:15 p.m. Monday through Saturday prior to Hoover Auditorium nightly performances, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday and 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, except July 4. Admission to the grounds requires a gate pass. Free 90-minute shopping/dining passes are available at the gate and can be validated by the exhibit docent, allowing participation at no cost. An auto pass is required to drive in Lakeside. Visit www.lakesideohio.com for details. Lakeside is one of eight communities in Ohio to host the exhibit, and the final stop on the

exhibit’s 10-month tour. “Given its rich history of educational programming, Lakeside is a natural to host this exhibit. Between Fences educates us all on what fences say about our society and our communities,” said Kevin Sibbring, president/CEO of the Lakeside Association. “We are very fortunate to introduce this excellent exhibit as part of our 2010 Chautauqua program, providing thousands of our residents and guests with a unique perspective on American history.” Throughout the years, various reasons have existed for building fences, including establishing

property lines, ensuring safety and security and serving as decoration. Using photographs, tools, publications, product literature, journals, postcards and posters strategically placed between fences, the exhibit illustrates how and why we build fences and how these boundaries reflect us as individuals and communities. Displays and docents prompt discussion and participants are encouraged to converse with each other about the themes and role of fences in American society. Special youth exhibit tours (ages 8-12) will be held 2-3 p.m. Monday and Wednesday during

the exhibit, with an opportunity to decorate a paper picket or draw a fence picture to hang in Hoover Auditorium. There is no cost to participate. Due to limited space, pre-registration is required at the C. Kirk Rhein, Jr. Center for the Living Arts on the Sunday prior from 1-3 p.m. Lakeside hosts the Museum on Main Street exhibit organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the Ohio Humanities Council and the Lakeside Association. For info, visit www.lakesideohio.com or call 866-952-5374.

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Saturday. Not only does Nick’s use a searchlight to grab people’s attention, but it also has entertainment on the weekends. “Our summer entertainment lineup is the best around with bands ranging from The Menus, The Breakfast Club, The Spazmatics, Allie, Glasgow Kiss, Rutherford County and Tricky Dick and the Cover-Ups,” said Bousliman. Every Thursday night, Nick’s offers karaoke with

the “Island Idol Show,” hosted by Richie and Ron Howard from The Cruisin’ band. Nick’s offers happy hour daily at 3 p.m. and Monday’s it offers a half-pound burger and steak fries at $3.99 and Tuesday is all-you-

can-eat wings for $8.95, according to Bousliman. As a sport’s bar, restaurant, patio and club, Nick’s has a lot to offer. “The staff here at Nick’s, along with myself, would like to wel-

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Firelands Symphony Orchestra School of the Arts Kindermusik

Summer classes offered at Firelands Symphony Orchestra School of the Arts:

WHAT: Summer Art Class for newborns – 18 months. In this special camp, uncover more ways to say “I love you” using American Sign Language, soap bubbles and parent-baby dances. Parent participation required

Art-Tastic! WHAT: Create your own masterpieces through drawing, painting and polymer clay. Taught by Rosalyn Shepherd, an art teacher in the Sandusky Schools.

WHEN: 6 to 6:45 p.m. Tuesdays June 29-July 27

WHEN: June 21-24; June 28-July 1 — Session 1: 9 to 10:30 a.m. for students going into grades 4-6. Session 2: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for students going into grades 1-3. Session 3: 1 to 2:30 p.m. for students going into grades 7-9.

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Art-Tastic! WHAT: Create your own masterpieces through drawing, painting and polymer clay. Taught by Rosalyn Shepherd, an art teacher in the Sandusky Schools.

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FADED FORTUNE, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-2852323 KENNY KIDD, 4 to 8 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER KARAOKE, 7:30 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069 RAY FOGG, Wags and Elliot Welcome Show, 8 p.m., Put-in-Bay Brewing Co., 419-285-HOPS KARAOKE WITH GALEN MARIN, 8 p.m., Erie Kai Tavern, Huron, 419433-4910 FADED FORTUNE, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-2852323

Saturday TONY SCHULTZ, 11 a.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

DEIGHTON CHARLEMAGNE, 2 p.m., Boardwalk, Boardwalk, Putin-Bay, 419-285-3695

VELCRO PYGMIES, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5042

KENNY KIDD, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

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BOB GATEWOOD SOLO SHOW, 3 p.m., Fishbowl, Put-in-Bay, 419285-3833

ACOUSTICA, 4 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665 DJ BILLY POOLSIDE, 4 p.m., Putin-Bay Resort, 419-285-7427 WALLY & THE BEAVS, 5:30 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER KEY MOTION, 7 p.m., Cleats, Marblehead, 419-734-9464

TOM MARTIN, 9 p.m., Erie Kai Tavern, Huron, 419-433-4910

SHANE PIASECKI, 8:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-2855665

MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER VELCRO PYGMIES, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5042

EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323

VERTICAL SMILE, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., Slater’s, Port Clinton, 419732-2030

THE GEEZE CATS, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419797-4446

BRIGIDS CROSS, 10 p.m., Hooligans, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5450

WESTSIDE STEVE, 2 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-2854211 SHANE PIASECKI, 2 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665 KYLE WHITE, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER KENNY KIDD, 5 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER SHANE PIASECKI, 8:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-2855665 RAY FOGG, Hosting the Drag Show, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Putin-Bay 419-285-2323 MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER

CRUISIN, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-2323 KYLE WHITE, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER KENNY KIDD, 5 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER ACOUSTICAL JAM NIGHT WITH TOM MARTIN, 8 p.m., Erie Kai Tavern, Huron, 419-433-4910 CHRIS DONNELY, 8:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-2855665 VS THE EARTH, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419-2852323 OPEN MIC NIGHT WITH MIKE P, 9 p.m., Jamestown Tavern, Marblehead, 419-798-5615 MUSTANG SALLY, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Putin-Bay, 419-285-BEER LOVESICK RADIO, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5042

“Soldiers, Sailors, & Sweeties”

WHAT: All ages are invited to learn about local military heroes, learn the proper flag folding and etiquette and create a paper boat navy to sail in a channel or a plane to fly and play some troop training games. Preschoolers will enjoy The Steadfast Tin Soldier storybook. WHEN: 2 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Clyde Museum, 124 West Buckeye Street (across from the post office). COST: Free INFO: 419-547-7946; contact Curator Brenda Stultz at 419-6393017; clydeheritageleague@ yahoo.com

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, tenyear-old Patrick needs his aunt, and this is something new for Mame -to be needed. It changes her life WHEN: Thursday to Saturday: 8 p.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

See AREA EVENTS 5A

419-797-9426

www.cookie-lady.com Cookies, Cut-Outs, Danish, Coffee Cakes, Brownies, Lemon Bars

DELICIOUS!!

$

199 per month*

*plus a one time entry fee

NO Dock Fees NO Cleaning NO Maintenance

Port Clinton NOW OPEN

Wednesday

WHAT: You’ll enjoy specialty beers, plus a wide menu of food offerings. Pair a brew from the Great Lakes Brewing Company with a dish to compliment flavors. Grab your friends, this event sounds like it’s going to become a great annual event at one of our favorite island bars. WHEN: 6 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Frostys Bar, Put-in-Bay INFO: 419-285-4741

The Cookie Lady

The Alternative to Boat Ownership

Lyman Harbor 1615 First Street 419-797-3000

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

Beer Tasting

1871 NE Catawba Rd. (Midway Plaza)

www.oakharborgolfclub.com 10433 Oak Harbor SE, Oak Harbor, OH

Sandusky

SHANE PIASECKI, 8:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-2855665

WHAT: Naturalist, Chris Ashley, will explain how to care for, maintain, how and when to extract honey, and much more. We will host the seminar by our own newly added beehive. Reservations are required. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. WHERE: The Gardens, 19255 W. Portage River S. Rd. Elmore COST: $12 per person INFO: www.schedel-gardens.org

NOW OPEN!!

• 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

Unlimited Usage 58 Locations Free Training

KENNY KIDD, 5 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

CHRIS DONNELY, 2 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

BOB GATEWOOD SOLO SHOW, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

VELCRO PYGMIES, 10 p.m., Mr. Eds Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5042

KYLE WHITE, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

WESTSIDE STEVE, 2 p.m., Gazebo, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211

Monday

MENACE TO SOBRIETY, 9:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

SHANE PIASECKI, 2 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

BOB GATEWOOD & CALABASH, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323

THE LOUNGE LIZARDS, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419-797-4446

BOB GATEWOOD, 9 p.m., Fishbowl, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-3833

Ottawa County’s Finest Public Course

KENNY KIDD, 5 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

EMILY’S TOY BOX, 9 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay, 419285-2323

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

MENACE TO SOBRIETY, 9:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-

DARRYL GATLIN, 2 to 6 p.m., Mon Ami, Port Clinton, 419-7974446

GET DOWN DJ SOUND, 8 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211

GET DOWN DJ SOUND, 8 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-4211

RUTHERFORD COUNTY, 9 p.m., Nick’s Road House, Port Clinton, 419-732-3069

KYLE WHITE, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

DEIGHTON CHARLEMAGNE, 8 p.m., Boardwalk, Boardwalk, Putin-Bay, 419-285-3695

THIRD DEGREE BAND, 9 p.m., Jamestown Tavern, Marblehead, 419-798-5615

WESTSIDE STEVE, 2 p.m., Gazebo Bar & Grille, Put-in-Bay, 419-2854211

MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

ROSS & LAWRENCE, 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., Waldo Peppers, Port Clinton, 419-301-3700

DEIGHTON CHARLEMAGNE, 8 p.m., Boardwalk, Boardwalk, Putin-Bay, 419-285-3695

BOB GATEWOOD & CALABASH, 2 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

DEIGHTON CHARLEMAGNE, 1 p.m., Boardwalk, Put-in-Bay, 419285-3695

RAY FOGG, 7 p.m., Roundhouse Bar, Put-in-Bay 419-285-2323

ADAMS

Tuesday

ACOUSTICA, 1 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

WALLY & THE BEAVS, 5:30 to 9 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-inBay, 419-285-BEER

DUPREE, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Bag the Moon, Kelleys Island, 419746-2365

NOLAN AND WILLIAMS, 9 p.m., Erie Kai Tavern, Huron, 419-4334910

Sunday

ACOUSTICA, 4 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

RAY FOGG, 8 p.m., Put-in-Bay Brewing Co., 419-285-HOPS

DUPREE, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Bag the Moon, Kelleys Island, 419746-2365

MIKE “MAD D OG”

DJ BILLY POOLSIDE, 11 a.m., Put-in-Bay Resort, 419-285-7427

MENACE TO SOBRIETY, 9:30 p.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5665

KENNY KIDD, 2 to 5 p.m., Beer Barrel Saloon, Put-in-Bay, 419-285BEER

Honey Bee Seminar

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

MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

MIKE “MAD DOG” ADAMS, 2 p.m., The Roundhouse Bar, Put-inBay, 419-285-2323

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

BRIGIDS CROSS, 10 p.m., Hooligans, Put-in-Bay, 419285-5450

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

TONY SCHULTZ, 11 a.m., Boathouse, Put-in-Bay, 419-285-5665

Washington Park Gazebo Concert

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

Northwest Catawba Marina 1560 NW Catawba Road 419-797-3000

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

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NORTHCOAST LIVE

area events players Felix Wright, Jerome Harrison and Felix Wright along with The Bone Lady, Big Dawg, Mobile Dawg and Brownie the Elf. All guests will be available for autographs and pictures. Great food, music, raffles, games and prizes. Kids 11 and younger are admitted free. Proceeds benefit the Browns Foundation for Children, island scholarship programs, local non-profit community groups and civic groups. WHEN: 11 to 5 p.m. WHERE: The Skyway INFO: 419-285-2832

June 18

Riverfront LIVE!

WHAT: Summer Music Program introduces Jerry Vess. WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. WHERE: North Jefferson Street, Pier Pavilion, Port Clinton INFO: 419-734-5503 or portclintonchamber.com

Party at the Plaza

WHEN: 6 to 10 p.m. WHERE: Schade Mylander Plaza, Sandusky INFO: 419-627-5942

June 18-20

WHAT: A reunion of family & friends. Come join us for our 44th year. We feature daily entertainment, kid’s games, food & craft booths, and parade on Sunday, June 20th at 12:30 p.m., lighted boat parade, sand castle building contest, crazy craft races, and queen’s pageant.

WHAT: Lakeview Beach Volleyball will sponsor “Don’t Rescue Me” Island Volleyball Tournament. WHERE: McCann Field on Toledo Avenue, adjacent to downtown Put-in-Bay INFO: Register at http:// www.loraincounty.com/ lakeviewbeach/

Fun for the whole family. WHERE: Victory Park Vermilion, Erie County, Ohio COST: No admission charge

Farmer’s Market and Car Show

INFO: 440-967-4477 or vermilionchamber@ centurytel.net

June 19

The Art of it All

WHAT: Join in for food from various area restaurants, artist demonstrations and live music on the patio by Grammy Award Winning Michael Calhoun. WHEN: 1 to 9 p.m.; Michael Calhoun: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. WHERE: McCallum Gallery, 724 W. Main St., Marblehead INFO: 419-798-3318; mdcpub@cros.net; jodiemccallum.blogspot.com

WHAT: 2010 Ralph’s Joy of Living Farmer’s Market. Forty vendors are signed up to participate and will be offering a large variety of items. There will also be a car show sponsored by Fremont Federal Credit Union. Cars, food, and of course, great shopping available for all to enjoy! WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Front St., Fremont INFO: Contact Angie Morelock at 419-3328696.

June 19-20

Tiffin Flea Market

WHAT: The flea market is recognized as the largest show in Northwest Ohio and will have on display and for sale a variety of

Annual Horseshoe Tournament

June 20

E-Z GO Golf Tournament

WHAT: 16th annual tournament held at Saunders Resort. Sponsored by E-Z GO Golf Carts. Players use just a five-iron and a putter. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. WHERE: Saunders Resort, Put-in-Bay COST: Four-person team is $120 and covers greens fees, lunch, all beverages, the 9 hole prizes and five hole-in-one contests and players kit. INFO: 419-285-2832

Volleyball Tournament

Festival of the Fish

merchandise and fine foods. Camping is available for $15 per night including water and electric (call in advance). Breakfast will be available for the public and vendors. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breakfast: 7 to 10 a.m. WHERE: Seneca County Fairgrounds, 100 Hopewell Ave., Tiffin COST: Parking and admission is free. INFO: www.tiffinfleamarket. com; Don Ziegler at 419983-5084; Joan Zimmerman at 419-447-9613

WHERE: KI Wine Co. Kelleys Island INFO: 419-746-2360 or kelleysislandchamber.com

June Birthdays Celebration

WHAT: The Sandusky Ski Club will be celebrating June birthdays. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Water Street Grill, 101 E. Water St., Sandusky INFO: Contact Laura Mercer at 419-797-4561 or dmerce418@toast.net

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

WHAT: Lake Erie Islands Browns Backers Rib CookOff. Meet Cleveland Browns

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

free pool AnD jukeBox

Fri.- $5 CHeese pizzA

every Wed. - open Mic nighT W/Mike p. June 19Th - 3rd degree Band indianS gaMeS - $1.50 can Beer

Browns Backers Rib Cook-Off

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

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

Orchestra Hall Theatre

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

Ottawa County's Only Movie Theatre 122 W. Second St. Lakeside, OH

PG-13

Thur. June 17 - Sun. June 20 3:30pm & 8:00pm www.lakesideohio.com the Chautauqua on Lake Erie

212 Maple St. Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 419-734-9013

Friday, June 25th

The Caffeinated Voice of Reason! No props. No guitar. No juggling balls or silly songs. Just a man with a microphone. And attitude to spare. Headliner Steve Sabo has been seen on HBO, Comedy Central, UPN and E!. He is heard regularly on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio and recently performed for the troops in Iraq/Kuwait. His third CD was just voted one of the top ten comedy releases of 2009.

Doors open at 8pm ~ Showtime 10pm Tickets: $5 in advance, $7 at the door

Live Entertainment Sat. Night 8-12 Ross & Lawrence

FOOD SPECIALS Start after 4pm Mondays ...all you can eat ribs Tuedays ...all wraps $5 ...and kids eat free with a dinner entree purchase Wing Wednesdays ...10 wings for $5

Happy Hour 4-7pm Mon. - Thur. Specials on All Drinks $2.50 Bud Light & Miller Lite 23oz.

DRINK SPECIALS – $4 Fun Drinks – Mon. - Smirnoff Salad Tue. - Barnstormer Wed. - Long Islands Thru. - Margaritas Sun. - Pickled Bloody Mary

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

Located in the Bassett Plaza, Rt 53 & 163

Great Food, Great Drinks

OPEN DAILY At 11:30

Tiki Bar and Patio Open

ENTERTAINMENT Friday, June 18th KJ Duo 7-11 PM Saturday, June 19th Kevin Cullen 7-11 PM

41º 82º Fishing Tournament July 11th, 2010

NOW SHOWING:

DATE NIGHT

Look who’s making us laugh at...

June 23

NIGHTLY SPECIALS

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

Thursday, June 17, 2010 5

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

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

Banquet & private meeting rooms available.

Entry forms due by July 5th Late Night Pizza and Sandwiches Early Bird Specials Mon-Fri 11:30am ~ 6pm 419-734-1742 • www.melscrowsnest.com Route 269, 1/2 Mile North of East Harbor State Park

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!

50¢ Wings

All Day Every Day

Full Service Dining & Cocktail Bar Happy Hour 3-6

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

FREE Pool on Mondays

Karaoke

Wed.-Sun. 9pm

419.734.4147

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

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