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Results in from Ohio 53 safety study The Bay Township Trustees will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, at the Bay Township Hall, 4471 W. Ohio 53. The public is invited to attend. During the meeting, the Ohio Department of Transportation will announce the results of a Roadway Safety Audit conducted on Ohio 53. Improvements that will be made to the highway to
improve the safety of travelers will also be announced at this time. This meeting is scheduled solely to explain the results and outcome of the study. Input from the general public has previously been given and further public input will not be gathered during this special meeting. The safety audit committee studied Ohio 53 between the
Sandusky-Ottawa county line at Muddy Creek to the intersection of Ohio 2 and 53 just west of Port Clinton, where a string of fatal crashes have occurred. The committee has been meeting regularly to analyze crash histories and to study aerial photographs and other data. The committee also performed traffic counts and observed the highway
and traffic patterns under different conditions and at various times of the day and night. In addition to ODOT personnel, audit committee members included representatives from the Bay Township Trustees, the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the County Engineer, the County Sheriff, the Port Clinton City Schools and the City of Port Clinton.
Public meeting WHAT: ODOT will announce the results of a Roadway Safety Audit on Ohio 53. WHEN: 6 p.m. June 29 WHERE: Bay Township Hall, 4471 W. Ohio 53
Local answers call for help Adopt
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Lea Mark’s students at Danbury painted faces on 300 rocks before school let out for the summer. Those rocks are now up for adoption. The “pets” are placed in restaurants, businesses and historic sites around the area and when flipped over send the message the new promotion is all about “Marblehead Rocks!” The idea came about when local businessman Grant McCallum saw an online recap of a similar public art project. After gathering support and putting the budding artists to work, the promotion is now under way.
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Destruction remains at the site of a former home in Minneapolis after a tornado ripped throgh the city last moth. Emily Conboy, at right, stands among the devastation during a two-week stint doing client casework with the American Red Cross.
Volunteer Emily Conboy home after two weeks in tornado-ravaged Minneapolis BY ANGIE ADAIR ZAM Editor When a tornado ripped through Ottawa County in 2002 destroying her family’s home, Emily Conboy got the idea to follow in her dad’s footsteps and volunteer for the Red Cross. When tornados ripped through cities like Joplin, Mo., and Minneapolis last month, Conboy jumped into action.
“It pretty much looked like a war zone when I got there,” she said about her arrival in Minneapolis in late May. “Seeing the homes even after the ninth or tenth day there was still shocking. Pictures never do it justice.” Conboy recently returned home after a
For a list of businesses distributing rocks, find this story at www.thebeacon.net
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Thanks for the support!
Port Clinton Fire Chief Kent Johnson holds an injured seagull as safety forces check for injuries. The bird was rescued by the Port Clinton Fire Department after catching its webbed foot on a piece of metal protruding from a downtown building last week. PHOTOS BY BILL MIGALA
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The 22nd annual “Chick” Schaffner Memorial Charity Golf Classic was an unqualified success. More than 130 golfers and gobs of volunteers made even a few raindrops seem insignificant, as nearly $35,000 was raised for Stein Hospice and the American Heart Association. My personal thanks to the volunteers who made it all happen and to the golfers who all reported they had an excellent time.
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The first “Barge Party” of the year will be held this Saturday, June 25, at the sand bar at Bay Point. This event has become a phenomenon of sorts, drawing thousands of revelers who stand waist deep in the water to party and hear some rock and roll
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Dianne Miehls is our “Find Wylie” winner this week. She found our friendly fish in the ad for Martha & Molly’s on page 4A in last week’s Beacon. She wins a $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores. We’ll be hiding Wylie again next week. If you find him, just drop off an entry form at our office in the Beacon Place Business Center, or hit the Find Wylie icon at www.thebeacon.net. nnn
This Friday, June 24, is the second annual Wine Tasting event at Fairway Villas Clubhouse on Catawba from 6 to 8
The Vineyard on Catawba is sponsoring a “Triple Scoop” Seminar on Tuesday June 28 at 10:30 a.m. It is being put on by Senior Independence, a not-for-profit health, hospice and community based services provider in Ottawa, Erie and Sandusky Counties. Seniors can
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p.m. The Respect Life Ministry of Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph Catholic Churches will be selling tickets for this event to help offset the cost for the 2012 March for Life bus trip to Washington, D.C. Your $15 ticket donation gets you in the door, along with three wine samples and unlimited appetizers and desserts.
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Obituary Ruth Fillmore Aug. 20, 1932 — June 17, 2011 Ruth E. Fillmore, 78, of Oak Harbor, died Friday, June 17, at Mercy St. Charles Hospital, Oregon. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, June 23, at St. Paul United Church of Christ, Oak Harbor. Visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, with family present from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Robinson-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Oak Harbor. There will be a V.F.W. Post No. 8732 Auxiliary service held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Oak Harbor.
Ex Libris plans biggest sale ever Ex Libris Bookshop is having its biggest sale ever. The Dollar Donation Days event will run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily July 1-4 on the lawn and inside the shop at 110 W. Main St. in downtown Marblehead. More than 10,000 books will be for sale at $1 each. The list includes all genres, all subjects, from children’s books and young adult books to adult books. All donations go toward establishing a library on the Marblehead Peninsula.
Museum presents oral history program on Great Depression In connection with its exhibit “The Great Depression In Ohio,” the Ottawa County Museum will present a Readers Theater program at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 25. Readings from oral histories of Ottawa County residents who lived through the Depression will depict the times at the county poor house, life on Put-inBay, peach growing, bootlegging, farm life and local schools. Oral histories from Don Rhodes,
Lucille Jess, Lloyd and Audrey Dayton, Joe Parker, Helen Danchisen, Lea Debien and Helen Niehausmyer were scripted by Nancy Dunham for this program. Readers will include Joe Jessen, Ross Pfeiffer, Catharine Pfeiffer, Amy Newell, Joan Loeffler, Susan Hany, Peggy Debien and Dick Martin. Excerpts are from the Ottawa County Historical Society’s On Page & Stage oral history volumes: “The People of Ottawa County.”
The Salvation Army needs volunteers to ring the bell for the “Christmas in July” Red Kettle event. This community event will take place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 22-24. There will be several kettle sites set
up with volunteers needs at each location. The sites involved are: Community Market — Port Clinton, Kroger, Put-in-Bay and The Jet Express. All proceeds will go the The Port Clinton Salvation Army’s cur-
two-week stint doing client casework as a volunteer with the Red Cross. She dealt directly with victims providing assistance and guiding them to local resources. “These people had no way of knowing where to go or what to do,” she said. And according to Conboy, seeing the smiles of residents when they spotted her walking up wearing the Red Cross red vest was an amazing feeling. “They were in awe that we came from out of state,” she said. Conboy, who is working toward licensure in the mental health field, was between classes when she heard about the storms. She called the American Red Cross Greater Toledo Office and offered to help on a Tuesday and was on a plane headed to Minneapolis that Friday. More than 500 homes were destroyed or had major damage in the city. In total, 2,000 homes were affected. And even those homes that remained in tact now
Chris Galvin and Mallory Myers of the United Way; Brian Beck of Beck Suppliers; Dawn Gill, manager of the Friendship Store; and Jenifer Zalecki and Bill Beck pose with a check from BP at the Beck’s gas station at Ohio 2 and 53.
Lunch program gets $6K boost Port Clinton’s summer lunch program got a boost Tuesday in the form of a $6,250 check. The funding is part of the BP Fueling Communities program, which provides grants to local organizations that are nominated by BP’s Branded Marketers — in this case Beck Suppliers — to support the communities in which they do business. Fueling Communities gives back to local organizations that support health, education, youth, food and housing to spread charity and goodwill. The summer lunch program provides just that with free
lunches and a chance to socialize and have fun. Any student who needs a place to go in the summer in the summer is welcome, according to Chris Galvin, director of the United Way in Ottawa County, who was on hand to accept the check. “This makes it very possible to do the things we want to do with these kids,” she said. The program is supported by donations and local volunteers. To find out how to help, call the programs coordinator Mallory Myers at 419-260-5179.
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in the farthest location from Marblehead within Ohio, in the United States and the farthest location in the world. Word is some are already headed to Europe, Australia and South America. Posters have been distributed throughout the community explaining the project and the promotion has its home online at www.thebeacon.net/marbleheadrocks. Visit today for information and photos.
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There will be a benefit rummage sale at Grace Lutheran Church in Elmore on Ohio 51, a half-mile west of Elmore from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, June 24-25. All proceeds benefit the church’s mission partner, Salem Lutheran Church in Toledo. nnn
Congratulations to Nick Clemons, of Oak Harbor, and Paul Carman, of Port Clinton, for being named to the Dean’s List at Baldwin Wallace.
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have new challenges to face. Trees hundreds of years old were ripped out of the ground making entire neighborhoods that were formerly shady drenched in sun. According to Conboy, seeing the devastation and being there to help was a life-changing event. “I thought it would be a tremendous experience for her,” said John Gibson, Conboy’s father and the disaster chairman for the Red Cross in Ottawa County. Gibson has served as a local volunteer for the past 32 years and said what Conboy’s willingness to serve filled him with pride and may even have an effect on local services. “She picked up some ideas that we can utilize to make things better here too,” he said. “She probably handled the same amount of cases in two weeks that a local volunteer will handle over a couple years.” And both father and daughter will continue to serve for years to come. “I’ll probably be a Red Cross volunteer forever,” Conboy said. Catawba Moorings is hosting “Dockers with Donations” to help the Salvation Army on July 8-10. There will be a food bank donation drive in the clubhouse for non-perishable foods, a 50/50 raffle and a raffle of a University of Toledo football raffle to include two tickets to the Oct. 22 Miami game, seating and dinner for two in a loge with a parking pass. nnn
Congratulations to Joshua Bennett, son of John Bennett, owner of Common Grounds. Joshua became Father Joshua Bennett when he was ordained on June 11 at the Cathedral in Lafayette, Ind. He is the oldest son of John and Tina Ferguson. He studied at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Maryland and is now assigned to the Lafayette Diocese. He celebrated his first mass on Sunday, June 12, at St. Maria Goretti Church in Westfield, Ind.
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United Way invests $365,000 in the community Thanks to the generosity of our community, United Way in Ottawa County is investing $365,194 in advancing the common good. “United Way is committed to creating a stable community that’s a great place for everyone to live and work,” said Stephanie Kowal, co-chairwoman of the United Way in Ottawa County Community Solutions Team that makes funding recommendations. “We are doing this by focusing on advancing the community around education, income and health.” “Education, income and health are all intertwined,” said Chris Galvin, director of United Way in Ottawa County. “Each program in these areas receiving United Way and community support are contributing
to a more stable community for everyone.” One of the centerpieces of this work is United Way and the community’s efforts in the Conestoga neighborhoods. Working together with the City of Port Clinton, the justice system, private businesses and health and social service providers has meant infrastructure improvements, increased property values, more people accessing alcohol and mental health treatment, housing rehabilitation and neighbors working together to solve the problems they have identified as needing resolution. The successes in the first Conestoga neighborhood have led to implementation in a second neighborhood, Conestoga West, the area bounded by Harrison, Third, Fremont Road and the City
Lind. This year, the Community Solutions Team also partnered with the Ottawa County Department of Jobs and Family Services to provide Job Store services conveniently at the Sutton Center. Residents will be able to complete government applications at the site and tap into the Job Store’s employment resources without having to travel to Oak Harbor. This will mean savings on gas dollars and also makes the Sutton Center an even more inclusive one-stop shop. “I just have to say thank you to an incredibly generous community,” added Galvin. “This work cannot happen without you. And please don’t forget all money raised in Ottawa County helps advance the com-
munities in Ottawa County. Every penny counts!” As a whole, United Way of Greater Toledo, which incorporates United Way in Ottawa County, will invest $11.9 million in Lucas, Wood, and Ottawa counties this year. Of that, $7.6 million will be invested advancing the community’s goals in education, income, and health. An additional $4.6 million in donor-designated dollars will be invested in specific nonprofit organizations. For a complete list of 2011/12 United Way of Greater Toledo community investments, visit www.unitedwayottawacounty. org.
Community Foundation hands out more than $27K BY JOHN SCHAFFNER PUBLISHER In what has become an annual event, the Ottawa County Community Foundation presented more than $27,000 in awards to 24 local groups that applied for grants from the local philanthropy fund. The program took place on Wednesday, June 15, in the Magruder Hospital Conference Center. The award recipients were: Friends of Port Clinton Parks $900; Oak Harbor Public Library $750; Main Street Port Clinton $500; Salvation Army $2,000; Port Clinton Friends of the Cemetery $1,000; Church of Truth Ministries $1,500; Habitat for
Humanity $1,000; First Tee of Lake Erie $2,500; Danbury High School Pet Pantry $500; Elmore Historical Society $1,000; Goodwill Industries $1,000; Port Clinton Board of Education $2,000; American Red Cross $2,000; Black Swamp Bird Observatory $350; The Oak House $500; Ottawa County Historical Society $500; Dental Center of Northwest Ohio $2,000; Black Swamp Conservancy $1,500; Ottawa County Historical Museum $735; Firelands Presbyterian Musical Arts Series $1,000; Ottawa Homes, Inc $1,000; Court of Common Please Juvenile Division $1,000; Joyful Connections $280; and Firelands Presbyterian Preschool $1,250.
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The Ottawa County Community Foundation issued awards to 24 different community organizations on Wednesday. The awards ranged from $280 to Joyful Connections to $2,500 to First Tee of Lake Erie.
Hospice Regatta Weekend July 1-2, 2011 If you are a runner, sailor, motor boater or just someone who enjoys waterfront dining, Sandusky Bay is the place to be July 1-2. Proceeds from four events benefit Stein Hospice, a not-for-profit agency that has been caring for terminally ill patients and families for 30 years. The Hospice Regatta Weekend kicks off Friday with a Rib Barbecue Party at the Sandusky Sailing Club. Cash bar opens at 5:30 p.m. with rib dinners served from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Cost is $10 for children and $15 for adults and live entertainment will be featured. Saturday’s festivities include: • 5K Regatta Run at Battery Park — Registration 8 to 8:45 a.m., race start 9 a.m., followed by continental breakfast. Advanced registration is $15 (sign up by June 24 and get a T-shirt) or pay $20 day of the race. For information or to register online, visit www.steinhospice.org or call 419-
625-5269. • Sandusky Islands Race/Stein Hospice Cup at Sandusky Sailing Club — Race starts 10 a.m. off Cedar Point Pierhead. Sail a figure-eight course through the scenic Lake Erie Islands and compete for a chance to represent Stein at the National Hospice Regatta. Cost is $60 ($5 discount for USSA members) and includes dockage. For information or to register online, visit www.steinhospice.org or call 419-6255269. • Treasure Hunt on the Bay, various locations — From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., get a crew and head out to the bay for a relaxing afternoon taking photographs of local landmarks. Each photograph earns you a poker card. Prizes will be awarded for best poker hand and other categories. Cost is $25. For information or to see if your club/marina is participating, call 1-419-625-5269.
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St. Boniface holds honors assembly St. Boniface School recently handed out awards for the honor and merit rolls and other honors for the 2010-2011 school year: Honor Roll (93-100 percent) First semester • First grade — Victoria Fuzinski, Zachary Karl, Evan Schultze • Second grade — Serena Kavanaugh, Teresa Rosiak • Third grade — Allison Schultze, Bob Rosiak • Fifth grade — Alexander Spieldenner Second semester • First grade — Victoria Fuzinski, Evan Schultze • Second grade — Serena Kavanaugh • Third grade — Bob Rosiak, Allison Schultze, Elijah Karl Merit Roll (85-100 percent) First semester • First grade — James Johnson-Konoff, Michael Judge, • Second grade — Grace Johnson • Third grade — Elijah Karl, Meghan Glenn, Noah Spieldenner • Fifth grade — Carolyne Croy, Alexandria Moreno
• ABC Award — Abigail Burgess, Jaclyn Croy, Austin Drill, Kateri Glenn, Josh Johnson, Violet Warren • Kindness Award — Abigail Burgess, Jaclyn Croy, Austin Drill, Kateri Glenn, Josh Johnson, Violet Warren • Achievement in Reading — Abigail Burgess, Austin Drill, Josh Johnson, Jaclyn Croy, Kateri Glenn, Violet Warren First Grade • Kindness, Sharing, Thoughtful of Others — James Johnson-Konoff St. Boniface Award • Presented to one boy and girl who particularly demonstrate respect, cheerfulness, helpfulness and good citizenship to the entire school — Samantha Greenhill, James Johnson-Konoff Most Improved — Fourth and fifth grades • First semester — Samantha Greenhill • Second semester — Carolyne Croy Most Improved Writer — Keaton Platzke Most improved Reader — Kyleigh Pluto Most Improved Science — Matthew Reitzel Most Improved Math — Kyleigh Pluto Most Improved Homework — Matthew Reitzel
Second semester • First grade — Tori Cheatham, Michael Judge, Zachary Karl • Second grade — Teresa Rosiak, Grace Johnson • Third grade — Kobe Fletcher, Noah Spieldenner • Fifth grade — Alexander Spieldenner, Carolyne Croy, Alexandria Moreno, Samantha Greenhill
High Conduct • First semester — Samantha Greenhill • Second semester — Samantha Greenhill, Alexandria Moreno
Kindergarten Awards • Counting to 100 — Abigail Burgess, Jaclyn Croy, Austin Drill, Kateri Glenn, Josh Johnson, Violet Warren
Conduct • First semester — Victoria Fuzinski, Zachary Karl, Carolyne Croy, Alexandria Moreno, Dillon Ko d a k ,
Matthew Reitzel • Second semester — Carolyne Croy, Alexander Spieldenner, Matthew Reitzel, Kyleigh Pluto St. Boniface Catholic School serves students in grades K-5 of all religions, racial, ethnic and income backgrounds. For information on the curriculum, admissions policies and registration contact the school office at 4198989-1340 or visit www.ourstb.com.
Honor Roll Danbury The following third- and fourth-graders were honored for the fourth nine weeks honor roll: • Third — Tyler Ayers, Coy Belcher, Abigail Frattaroli, Larisa Kerik, Colton Klima, Sarah Kopp, Ian Mumford, Kilee Tuttamore, Bobbijo Whiteside, Everett Overmyer, Troy Swartz, Abigail Cameron, Logan Faulkner, Connor Gillum, Madelyn Harris, John Holzaepfel, Brady Lenthe, Zayne Manning, Olive O’rourke Scherf, Zin Oo, Matthew Seamon, Ivy Stayancho and Annie Tibbels • Fourth — Nate Borgio, Gretta Griesbach, Ryan Gwin, Jenna Hafemeister, Brooke Hoffman, Javion Large, Ryon Nelson, Ben Strnad, Kayla Welter, Makenzie Wheeler, Addison Barta, Haley Clemons, Zach Daikawa, Vivian Fries, Brandon German, Cassie Klaehn, David Mesnard, Daniel Petrella, Kalee Rakosky, Priscilla Richardson, Charleigh Steinbrick and Tug Tibbels
Port Clinton High School Port Clinton High School announces the honor rolls for the third grading period for the 2010-11 school year. Principals’ List • Grade 12: Jacob Buckingham, Mark Fillmore, Autumn Hogan, Charlie Hursey, Grace Lattimore, Anna Lay, Dana Ludu, Kelly Anne Passabet, Nicole Twarek, Ashley Zoeller. • Grade 11: Katlyn Ashley, Raegan Frye, Alex Greene, Lindsey Keck, Brooke Kelly, Katrina Lindsley, Marissa Lindsley, Molly Mooney, Kenzie Hart Payne, Brenna Petersen, Amanda Santoya, Elise Schellin, Chelsea Skinner, Sydney Smith, Cassie Trent, Clayton White. • Grade 10: Matthew Fillmore, Kayla Lockhart, Samuel Miller, Marshall Parker, Landon Porter, Katie Schroeder. • Grade 9: Kelly Althaus, Ericka Castillo, Tiffany Colston, Noah Cross, Morgan Donahue, Hunter Frye, Shelby Gerwin, Halee Jones, Hannah Kneisley, Ian Kyle, Cheyenne Meek, James Olsen, Jake Prosser, Jared Prosser, Marc-Anthony Rogers, Hannah Sarty, Lance Taylor, Darryl Trent, Christopher Weaver, Amber Wuersig.
High Honors: • Grade 12: Melissa Benfer, Haley DeLeon, Lucas Evans, Emily Finley, Rachel Finley, Raymond Hiopfinger, Adam Howerth, Jordan Kessler, Ryan Mahler, Chris Reid, Allie Reynolds, Eric Reynolds, Alex Viery, Michael Vollmer, Lesta Wagner, Ashley Waite, Cody Wilcox, Joe Wilkins, Lorelei Young. • Grade 11: Chelsea Calvert, Sara Chura, Taylor Grey, Nicole Hablitzel, Kevin Hiller, Kevin Katynski, Molly Kubicek, Lacey LaBret, Alisha Laferty, Andrew Leidheiser, Jessica Lochotzki, Chelse Matts, Haley Millinger, Emily Ochs, Sessely Schlipf, Alex Stephenson, Brandon Stubblefield, Alyssa Wells, Thomas Wojciechowski, Katelyn Zam. • Grade 10: Perrin Adkins, Sydney Adkins, Isaac Akins, Jason Bailey, Christian Cash, Rachel Chapman, Cory Colston, Brody Dunn, Donovan Guerra, Erin Seefus, Aaron Smith, Allison Strong, Kirstin Winke. • Grade 9: Leah Evans, Jeff Griffin, Molly Haberman, Logan Harnisch, Joseph Harvey, Alayne Herevia, Cameron King, Nathan Koepplinger, Eryn Nason, Kortney Solis, Tiffany Street, Kyle Wagner. Honor Roll: • Grade 12: Zach Auxter, Zach Barrere, Abby Batterton, Emma Blevins-Price, Jacob Brixen, Logan Burwell, Chalin Cahlik, Darra Christensen, Jacob Fleming, Joshua Graves, Bo Grey, Lisa Heineman, Katie Lehmann, Melanie Oreskovich, Rachelle Pine, Kyle Plummer, Suzanne Storrs, Olivia Thompson, Shelby Trick. • Grade 11: Melissa Ballasch, Teah Carnicom, Tyler Carstensen, Emaleigh Dunn, Natalie Eyink, Evaristo Figueroa, Brittany Fitzgerald, Kelly Freimark, Arica Gonzales, Kiesha Hopkins, Garrett Howell, Stephen Kessler, Michael Long, Allison Martin, Kristinia McGee, Samantha Mizener, Taylor Murphy, Amber Peto, Dominique Ridley, Collin Shank, Erin Smith, Mackenzie Stewart, Halle Weaver, Garret Zunk. • Grade 10: Lauren Balduf, Jesse Banks, Sean Black, Karlie Busby, Jacob Carrisales, Ian Chandler, Courtney Coleman, Alexis Crowl, Erin Farkas, Joey Fick, Trey Gluth, Alexa Haskin, Lacy
Hepp, Britney Lindemann, Jessica Lorensen, Kaitlyn Mahler, Abbi Pitts, Cody Reiman, Brandon Rosiar, Amber Willoughby. • Grade 9: Cameron Albright, Alicia Bacak, Abigail Barker, Zach Baugh, Jonathan Buchanan, Tyler Cooley, Jonathon Emmons, Zachary Floro, Shannon GardnerPumphrey, Nicholas Harvey, Chaz James, Morgan McGlothlin, Brock Moore, Colton Nealeigh, Ryan Norgard, Brock Rider, Jennifer Salazar, Tayler Wadsworth, Joe Zam, Elise Zeitzheim, Claire Zielinski. Merit Roll: • Grade 12: Lisa Ashton, Andrew Carden, Kirsten Cary, Jason Conard, Seth Elftmann, Jared Fleming, Aubrey Gillman, Erik Hehr, Jeffery Hutchinson, Mary Kirkpatrick, Dillon McMurray, Sernola Miller, Morgan Parker, Matt Patterson, Austin Rospert, Josh Scott, Brandon Seamon, Phillip Spitler, Kristin Vess, Nathan Walters, Christopher Williams, Raysha Willis. • Grade 11: Melissa Biller, John Bowers, Eric Brahier, Christopher Budnik, Megan Chaffin, Tara Crump, Ashley Cuevas, Meigan Day, Michelle Fillmore, Sara Garza, Ariel Gresh, Ryan Guerra, Nicholas Heminger, Christopher Hovis, Jena Jaskulski, Emilee Kirk, Jon Koch, Chloe McCartney, Aaron Mier, Chase Minnear, Jonathan Newton, Laura Puffenberger, Vera Reinheimer, Brooke Rodwancy, Nicolette Snaples, Lisa Stephens, Chouinard Stransky, Kevin Thebeau, Derek Tobin, Ashley Wuersig, Dakhota Ziegert. • Grade 10: Madison Ambrozy, Robert Beck, Caitlin Behrens, Stephen Behrens, Drew Blackburn, Alex Doman, Katie Edwards, Lexi Fodor, Jees Gruber, Amanda Hall, Collin Hennig, Breahanna Hernandez, Karl Kopchak, Felicia Lammon, Allison Long, Jason Mueller, Rachel Nehls, Adam Orosco, Kyle Radloff, Addison Rospert, Dakota Smith, Shantel Solis, Christian Street, Kelsey Walker, Kaitlin Walters, Hunter Yarbrough. • Grade 9: Domonique Araguz, Kayla Armendariz, Alexander Bastian, Andy Batterton, Madison Baxter, Kyle Brown, Paige Culver, Austin Krupp, Joseph Kurtz, Peter Ladd, Anderson Martin, Daniel May, Meghan O’Neal, Jacob Reed, Samantha Schroeder, Adam Shealy, Vincent Trabucco, Dylan Webb.
Sedlak Participates in Symposium at The University of Findlay Findlay, Ohio – Stephanie Sedlak, a senior environmental, safety and occupational health management major, participated in The University of Findlay’s Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity April 13. SEDLAK Sedlak is a 2008 graduate of Port Clinton High School. Sedlak is the daughter of Kim and Dan Sedlak, 635 Laurel Ave., Port Clinton, Ohio, 43452. At the symposium, Sedlak presented “The Properties of Different Materials as Applied to Use as Bedding in Horse Stalls” and “Noise Monitoring: Comparison of
OSHA and ACGIH Recommended Methods” to a group of her peers, professors and community members. At UF, Sedlak participates in Oiler Environmental Safety and Health Organization. The University of Findlay is a comprehensive university with a hands-on approach to learning located in Findlay, Ohio, approximately 45 miles south of Toledo. With a total enrollment of approximately 3,900 full-time and part-time students, The University of Findlay is noted for its innovative, career-oriented programs in nearly 60 majors and nine graduate and professional degrees. Founded more than 125 years ago, the University has a tradition of academic excellence. For more information, visit www.findlay.edu or call 1-800-472-9502.
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Thirty years ago, a patient having their gallbladder removed would have a 6-inch incision, spend several days recovering in the hospital and be limited in their physical activity for months. But then came the 1990s and surgical techniques improved when surgeons started performing these same procedures laparoscopically for what is known today as minimally invasive surgeries. Magruder’s surgeons have been performing these surgeries for years with three or four small incisions: one for the camera, one for the surgical instruments and one for suction. Performed as an outpatient procedure, patients usually go home the same or next day with only about 10 days of limited activity. And once again, the surgical technique has improved and Magruder surgeons are now performing single-port, single-incision laparoscopic surgeries, when appropriate. Dr. Isidro Amigo, Magruder’s General Surgeon, was the first one to perform one of these surgeries at Magruder. “This single-port, single-incision laparoscopic technique is a great option for gallbladder removal and other outpatient surgeries such as hernia or appendectomy and some orthopedic surgeries,” said Amigo. “It minimizes the amount of scarring, and recovery time. Our first patients have done extremely well and they were very happy with virtually no scarring and a quick recovery.” Mike Long, President & CEO of Magruder, said the hospital board of trustees approved the approximate $130,000 purchase of the technology in late 2010 from a leading medical technology company Stryker. “This is a great advancement for our community that chooses Magruder for surgical services. A well-researched investment that has paid us back on several levels of satisfaction from our patients.”
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Red Cross makes urgent appeal for blood donors Despite the ongoing efforts to call and e-mail blood donors, the local Red Cross is unable to meet many blood orders for local hospitals in the timeliest manner. Due to the low supplies some orders, particularly type O negative, have been put on back order. There is a need for all blood types; particularly O negative, A negative and B negative, which are currently at critically low levels in our community. These critically low blood supplies are resulting in orders being placed on back order; in addition to only filling hospital’s O negative orders for “Transfuse Only.” This means hospitals requesting type O negative must have an immediate and specific need for a specific patient. O-Negative is always in high demand be-
Blood drive WHEN: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 2 WHERE: East Harbor State Park, 1169 N. Buck Road, Marblehead INFO: Call the Camp Store at 419-7345857 to schedule an appointment cause it can be transfused to patients with any blood type, especially in emergency situations. The American Red Cross is asking eligible donors to make or keep appointments to give blood as soon as possible. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org for information or to schedule an appointment.
Volunteers needed Stein Hospice, a not-forprofit agency that offers compassionate care and support to terminally ill patients and their families, is looking for caring men and women to help carry out its mission. Patient and family care volunteers are needed to provide companionship, relieve caregivers, supply transportation, run errands and work at Stein’s resale shop. Dog owners and their trained dogs are also needed for patient visits. Volunteers must first complete LifeCourse, a sixweek program (three hours per week) which explores the feelings and philosophies of the death and dying process. There is no cost for the course, however registration is required. Upcoming sessions held in Sandusky will be offered: • 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, July 20-Aug. 24 at Stein Hospice, South Campus, 1912 Hayes Ave., Third Floor • 9 a.m. to noon Thursdays July 21-Aug. 25 at Stein Hospice, Main Office, 1200 Sycamore Line For information or to register, call Stein Hospice’s volunteer office at 419-6255269 or 800-625-5269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Smart couples say ‘I do’ to value in wedding registries (ARA) - From custom cakes and invitations, to flowers, linens and finding the perfect dress, today’s brides face a flurry of expenses tied to the big day. Couple those costs with a not-so-blushing economy and it’s easy to see why many are paring down their platinum wedding plans and saying “I do” to more budget-friendly options. Whether it’s trimming the guest list or cutting out couture for something more demure, happy couples in 2011 are finding smart ways to curb their dream wedding costs but still throw chic, personalized affairs that won’t break the bank. This reasonable approach is perfect for piecing together the all-important gift registry, too. These essentials will be what take you and your new mate well beyond the honeymoon, so it’s important to cover all bases. But even this can get costly. According to bridal website The Knot, 88 percent of couples establish a gift registry with lists topping out, on average, at 151 items total. Remember, your guests are feeling the financial crunch, too. So when you’re setting out to select your shiny-new registry finds, follow these helpful tips from Black & Decker. That way, you’ll be sure to score great items without putting too much strain on your guests’ pocketbooks. * Stay practical. Everyone loves a splurge. That’s part of the fun. But for the majority of guests, pricey presents can quickly add up. Cash crunch or not, family and friends are forced to spend, on average, between $79 to $146 on wedding gifts. And
for guests feeling the effects of a slumping economy, this can sometimes make for a significant financial hit. Scanner-happy brides and grooms should remember practical picks, too, keeping in mind that lower prices don’t necessarily mean having to skimp on high style and function. So it’s always thoughtful to choose useful items that don’t break the budgets of your RSVPs. After all, guests just want to help you start your happily ever after off right. Help them help you ring in the matrimony by picking budget-friendly options that carry style and value across the threshold. * Kitchen essentials. Food for thought: Never ditch the kitchen. A whopping 90 percent of registered couples ask for kitchen appliances and electrics. After all, it’s the heart of the home and the perfect place to stock up on go-to gadgets for culinary crusades with your new spouse. The toaster, for one, is a classic and coffeemakers are key to starting every morning off right. Space-saving starter homes can always use a countertop oven when cooking for two, while blenders are perfect for whipping up smoothies, milkshakes, salsas and dips. There’s no telling what the future may hold. But with brand-new kitchen appliances, you’ll at least be covered for breakfast, lunch and dinner for two-and any new additions that may come up along the way. * Newfound newlywed features. Marriage may not always be easy. But your new appliances can be. And since home is where the heart is with your better half,
Marriage Licenses • Joshua K. Orshoski, 30, quality assurance, and Maria Andrea Albuja, 30, both of Marblehead. • Mathew Charles Finn, 29, network administrator, and Megan Christine MacDonald, 29, L.P.N., both of Port Clinton. • Daniel E. Nowak, 29, gas station manager and Lisa M. Garcia, 26, secretary, both of Elmore. • William A. Venable, 50, transport scheduler, Oak Harbor and Laura Regan Gercak, 39, student, Toledo. • Joel Ryan Jackson, 30, paralegal, and Amanda Michelle Walker, 26, registered nurse, both of Curtice. • Adam C. Sheetz, 22, student, Wayntown, IN, and Aimee K. Baehrens, 23, student, Oak Harbor. • Jonathan F. Widmer, 25, laborer, Oak Harbor and Melissa D. Biers, 24, stylist, Marblehead. • Bryan James Ferres, 25, teacher, and Katherine Elizabeth Frey, 24, speech patholigist, both of Port Clinton. • Robert B. Rife, 32, apparence manager and Stacie Lynne Priddy, 30, deli worker, both of Oak Harbor. • Joel A. Vasko, 32, service consultant and Katie L. Mapes, 26, director of physical therapy, both of Genoa. • James S. Shiets, 39, Penske Logistics and Kerry A. Baker, 41, Kelly’s Temp, both of Port Clinton. • Aaron M. Fouke, 24, electrician and Alisha R. Swope, 23, environmental service, both of Oak Harbor. • Roger D. Goad, 59, maintenance and Margaret Ellen Maggard, 63, retired, both of Marblehead. • Christopher P. Menier, 48, bus driver and Wendlin J. Edwards, 45, bus driver, both of Marblehead. • Timothy John Heffernan, 35 teacher and Jennifer Lynn Hale, 38, teacher, both of Marblehead. • Jose J.S. Lazoya, 31, highway technician and Michelle L. Blausey, 28, student, both of Curtice. • Anthony Tyler Cooper, 21, operator and Shauna L. Wagner, 28, S.T.N.A., both of Port Clinton. • John M. Ezell, 30, student and Elysia M. Dubbert, 27, both of Port Clinton, • Nathan J. Stewart, 32 and Holly Lynn Hansen, homemaker, both of Curtice. • James L. Keaton, II, 37, building maintenance and Kellie M. Bryer, 38, bus driver, both of Genoa. • Andy Allen Greener, 36, operator and Kristy L. Kozlok, 36, hairdresser, both of Oak Harbor. • Phillip J. Joseph, 32, deck operator and Shannon M. Terry, 31, LPN, both of Port Clinton. • Andrew Dante, Brandt, 24, pipefitter, Martin and Anna Marie Rossler, 23, postal worker, Curtice.
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Jewelry artists in town for trunk show at Ferguson Gallery Two Ohio jewelry artists will be bringing their work to Ferguson Gallery for a trunk show Saturday, June 25. Marjorie Vogelmeier of “In-Vogue Designs” creates one-of-a-kind jewelry. Her designs in- VOGELMEIER clude unique beads and pendants from around the world. She uses a wide color palette incorporating natural stones such as turquoise, coral, amCountertop Connection ber, pearls, chalcedony, jade and George Wight more. email@example.com Jen Pitts of “Velvet Box” makes Ottawa, Erie, Huron &
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River Front Live will present a performance by Young Love Ministries, Joe and Nancy Young, from Oak Harbor. The show will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 24, under the canopy on North Jefferson Street in Port Clinton. Joe and Nancy have been married and singing a wide variety of music styles to audiences in and around our community for more than 25 years. The variety of oldies, Gospel, country, Christian and patriotic music will appeal to all ages. Renditions of Elvis, Kenny Rogers and the Everly Brothers are just a sample of the music styles they will bring to you. The free concert is brought to you each Friday evening by Main Street Port Clinton. Main Street is striving to promote, preserve and improve downtown Port Clinton as a vibrant center for businesses, entertainment and cultural activities for residents of the community and visitors to the area. For information, contact Judy Smith at 419-732-2864.
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lampwork art glass beads that fit all the popular add-a-bead style bracelet systems: Pandora, Chamilia and Troll. “That we can connect so strongly with a piece of art is astonishing to me,” said Pitts. “And that PITTS I can produce something with these hands and witness that connection is a privilege I cherish.” Ferguson Gallery will be offering a special gift to those who make a purchase from the visiting artists on Saturday. Those who invest in an “In-Vogue Design” will receive a free hand cream. Those who purchase three glass beads from “Velvet Box” will receive another glass bead free. The artists will be present from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday with gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Artists will be present between 10am -4pm.
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High schoolers, college students and adults are encouraged to try out. The time commitment required will be less than the fully staged version and organizers will try to be flexible with rehearsal schedules. For information, call Sandy Ramicone at 937-620-7381.
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lobby of Central Auditorium, which was the original name of Hoover Auditorium. Antique furniture and glassware filled the lobby and, according to the LWC minutes from 1930, “Central Auditorium walls were hung with nearly 100 quilts, coverlets and antique shawls.” The LWC Antique and Quilt Show continued to be held in Central Auditorium for a number of years during the Great Depression. Hoover Auditorium is located at 115 Third St. in Lakeside. Admission to the Lakeside grounds requires a daily gate pass ($18 for adults, $12.50 for youth ages 1218 or free for children under age 12 and guests over age 90). The Lakeside Quilt Show is free once inside the gates of Lakeside. A partial day, or three-hour, gate pass is also available for $5.50. Free parking is available at Danbury High School (cars must be registered at the Hoover Auditorium Ticket Office). There is no shuttle service provided to or from the school. To park on the Lakeside grounds or the South Gate Parking Lot, there is a $7.50 auto fee.
Lakeside Summer Stage is looking for Jesus … and Judas, John the Baptist and a cast of followers to sing and act in a “light” version of “Godspell.” Auditions are 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, June 26, in the Upper Room on Second Street in Lakeside. Performances will be July 26 and 28 in the South Auditorium.
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The Lakeside Quilt Show will be on display through July 9 in the Hoover Auditorium Lobby at 7:45 p.m., a half hour prior to all evening shows at Hoover Auditorium. An annual tradition, the Lakeside Quilt Show will once again bring a multitude of colors to the auditorium walls in the opening three weeks of the Chautauqua season. Quilts of various sizes will be displayed, including twin- and crib-size bed quilts and wall hangings. Quilts may be hand or machine-quilted and reflect historic quilt patterns or modern designs. There will also be a special section of vintage quilts, made prior to 1950. This is not the first time that quilts have been displayed in the auditorium. In 1930, the third year after the establishment of the Lakeside Women’s Club, the group hosted an antique show and sale in the
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to enjoy the free performance by Young Love Ministries WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. WHERE: North Jefferson Street Pier, Port Clinton
WHAT: Weekly fitness program where organizers will keep track of your statistics and what you do. No registration is required. WHEN: 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, Madison Street INFO: 419-732-3212
WHAT: Not only does the audience relive the days of the Beatles classic songs, but they witness The Return sport the same suits, boots, mop-tops and musical instruments of the famous band from the 1960s. WHEN: 8:15 p.m. WHERE: Hoover Auditorium, 115 Third St., Port Clinton INFO: lakesideohio.com, 419-798-4461
Magic Around the World
WHAT: All ages welcome to enjoy magical marvels from around the world with magical entertainer Jim Kleefeld. No reservations are required. WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, 310 Madison St., Port Clinton INFO: http://jimkleefeld. com/ or 419-732-3212
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WHAT: Brand new laptops and enthusiastic instructors await residents at the Ida Rupp Public Library annex WHEN: 10 to 11:15 a.m. Facebook; 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Publisher Basics; 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Ancestry. com WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library Third Street Annex INFO: Register for classes at the library’s check out desk, 310 Madison St., or by calling 419-732-3212
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WHAT: Research Brief: Dr. James Marshall, Asst. Professor of Biology, Rockford College — “Bird dispersal of invasive honeysuckle: residents versus migrants;” Scott Nally, Director, Ohio EPA — “OEPA Update/Director’s Initiatives” WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Gibraltar Island in Put-in-Bay harbor INFO: Stone Laboratory Office at 614-247-6500
WHAT: a naturalist will provide a guided butterfly walk through the refuge and helpful information about how to identify butterflies. The workshop, offered by Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, is free and open to the public. WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Ottawa Wildlife Refuge, 16 miles west of Port Clinton on Ohio 2 INFO: 419-898-0014
WHAT: Performing as the Gizmo Guys, Allan Jacobs and Barrett Felker have been touring the world as jugglers since 1987. While focused on the skill of juggling, the Gizmo Guys also make hearing the audience’s laughter a top goal in every performance through tricks and jokes alike. WHEN: 8:15 p.m. WHERE: Hoover Auditorium, 115 Third St., Port Clinton INFO: lakesideohio.com, 419-798-4461
“Teens on a Mission” Chicken Dinner
WHAT: To help raise the funding needed for the Chapel on the Lake Teen Missionaries on the quest to go on a mission trip to Jamaica. WHEN: 2 to 6 p.m. WHERE: Chapel on the Lake, 145 S. Bridge Road, Lakeside COST: $12 for half chicken with sides. $10/half chicken INFO: 419-341-4181 or teensonamission.com
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WHAT: Preshcoolers meet at the bird center to cover the topic “Hiding in Plain Sight” WHEN: 10 a.m. WHERE: Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, 13229 W. Ohio 2, Oak Harbor INFO: 419-898-0960, ext. 31
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Vacation Bible School WHAT: We’ll have a rootin’ tootin’ good time as we search for True Gold and Discover the Rock of Ages. For children ages 4-12; runs through July 1. WHEN: 5:30 to 8:45 p.m. WHERE: Chapel on the Lake, 145 S. Bridge Road, Lakeside INFO: 419-797-4300
June 27 & 28 June 27-28 Tales for Toddlers
WHAT: 30 minutes of stories, songs, and finger plays intended for children ages 2 and 3 with a caregiver WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library WHEN: 10:30 a.m. INFO: 419-732-3212
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WHAT: Regular meeting of the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education WHEN: 6 p.m. WHERE: Board of Education Office, 11685 W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor
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WHAT: Outdoor program for elementary school-aged children. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about native plants and animals, explore outside, read stories, make nature crafts and much more. The programs are free and open to the public. Space is limited; call Anna at 419-898-0014 to register. WHEN: children who have completed grades K-2 will meet from 10 a.m. to noon and children who have completed grades 3-5 will meet from 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, 16 miles west of Port Clinton on Ohio 2.
WHAT: Brand new laptops and enthusiastic instructors await residents at the Ida Rupp Public Library annex WHEN: 3 to 5 p.m. Email Basics; 6 to 8 p.m. Computer Basics.
Thursday, June 23, 2011 11A
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library Third Street Annex INFO: Register for classes at the library’s check out desk, 310 Madison St., or by calling 419-732-3212
Family Movie Night
WHAT: “The Journey of Natty Gann,” PG, 100 minutes. Popcorn will be provided for the film featuring a courageous young girl attempts to overcome extraordinary odds and rely upon love, hope and courage as she travels more than 2,000 miles in danger searching for her father. Set in the mid-1930s, this real-life American fable follows Natty Gann as she rides the rails with hobos, forms a close bond with a young drifter and struggles to survive in the Northwestern wilderness. WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, 310 Madison St., Port Clinton
June 30 June
Read-Aloud Lunch Bunch
WHAT: Bring your lunch, a comfy pillow or blanket, and listen to a chapter book throughout the summer one week at a time. For children entering third grade and
higher WHEN: Noon to 12:30 WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library INFO: Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212 for more information
WHAT: Weekly fitness program where organizers will keep track of your statistics and what you do each week. No registration is required. WHEN: 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, Madison Street INFO: 419-732-3212
Guest Lecture Series
WHAT: Research Brief: Dr. Lawrence A. Krissek, Professor and Associate Director, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University — “Evidence for Pliocene climate changes in Antarctica at orbital and sub-orbital timescales”; Dr. Charles E. Herdendorf, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University — “The Origin and Evolution of Presque Isle Sandspit (Erie, Pa.) — How it Contributed to Commodore Perry’s Victory at the Battle of Lake Erie.” WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Gibraltar Island in Put-in-Bay harbor INFO: Stone Laboratory Office at 614-247-6500
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Edgewood Manor celebrates honor Edgewood Manor Health & Rehabilitation Center recently opened its doors to celebrate its 2010 Covenant Care Chairman’s Award with the community. The center, owned and operated by Covenant Care, hosted the CEO and top management from the corporation on June 15. To qualify for the Chairman’s Award, a facility must meet several standards including: exceeding financial expectations, exceeding clinical standards, positive Federal and State Survey outcomes, low turnover and positive employee relations and must exceed accounts receivable guidelines. The facility must also demonstrate
Ribbon cut at renovated credit union Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony June 17 to commemorate the completion of the newly renovated Oak Harbor branch at 1016 S. Ohio 19, just south of Oak Harbor. During Friday’s event, guests enjoyed refreshments, pastries and fruits. Speeches recognizing the planning and many hours of hard work that went into the new facility were delivered by Charleen Hayes, chairman of the Board of Directors, and Mike Barr, Chief Executive Officer. In
that they have mentored other facilities, been a “model” Covenant Care facility, be a provider of choice in their community for patients and employees, and be actively involved as a member of their local community. Only one facility is recognized in the Covenant Care Midwest Operational area. Nearly 100 community members and staff attended the event. Cocktails and a variety of hors d’oeuvres were served. Guests mingled and the attended a formal awards presentation. The presentation was highlighted by two community members, Joan Bryden and Ida Hahn, who
Edgewood’s Management Team: Angela Trimble (left), Jeanette Rodriguez, Jodi Almendinger, Debbie Wagenhals, Lisa Moore, Kaye Lipstraw, Lori Opfer, Carrie McGlothlin, Beverly Norton, Mike Fitzgerald, Carolyn Legg, Ronette Szabo, Amy Wensinger and Andy Ward. shared their moving and heartfelt experiences with the facility and the staff. In addition to the facility re-
ceiving this honor, Select Therapy, also owned and operated by Covenant Care also received the Chairman’s Award. Select
Therapy provides physical, occupational, speech and respiratory programs at Edgewood Manor for residents and for out-patients.
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NBOH gearing up for customer big appreciation event
Board members Paul Lockwood and Sue Hany, CEO Mike Barr, Chairwoman of the Board Charleen Hayes, board member Charleen Filmore and board secretary Barb Markley cut the ribbon at the newly renovated Oak Harbor branch. addition, credit union employees were on-hand to give attendees tours of the new building. The building is dedicated to the memory of Nancy Anderson, an Oak Harbor native and longtime employee of the credit union who passed away in April 2009 following a battle with cancer. Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union’s philosophy is “People Helping People” and Nancy truly embodied that
National Bank of Ohio is gearing up for one of its biggest customer appreciations events of the year in celebration of the bank’s anniversary and 77 years of community banking. The special oneday event is set for Friday, July 1, and will take place outdoors at all four of the bank’s full-service locations in Oak Harbor, Curtice, Port Clinton and Oregon. Members of the board of directors, alongside NBOH staff, will be serving a complimentary hot
spirit. Along with the newly renovated location in Oak Harbor, Commodore Perry has another location in Port Clinton on Ohio 53. Commodore Perry’s offices are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday with the drive thru opening at 8:30 a.m. Mondays and Fridays. For information, visit www.commodoreperryfcu.com.
dog lunch and refreshments from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a drawing for Cleveland Indians tickets and giveaways at all four locations. “This is our way of thanking customers who have helped make NBOH what it is today,” said Gary Macko, president and chief executive officer of NBOH. “We value our customers and feel this is a genuine way of showing our appreciation.” For info, visit nboh.com.
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Real Estate Transfers Week ending June 17
Carroll Township • 6-15-11 Beneficial Ohio Inc. to Steven M. and Mary K. Jokerst, 6418 Teal Bend, $37,000. • 6-16-11 Doris Wymer et al. to Jackson Family Investments Inc, vacant land Toussaint Portage Road, $325,560.
Clay Township • 6-15-11 Karen L. Seckinger to Fifth Third Mortgage Company, 2450 N. Reimen Road, $73,334. • 6-15-11 Thomas R. Wojciechowski to Thomas M. wojciechowski, 19610 West Hellwig Road, $75,000.
Catawba • 6-14-11 Martin E. Vondrak to William S. Johnson, boat slip b-17 Orchard Isle, $6,000. • 6-16-11 Mary E. Adams to Duane E. Adams, 3661 E. Walnut Grove, $117,867. • 6-16-11 Brian K. and Brenda McRill to ALZO, LLC, 5493 E. Twinbeach Road, $255,000. • 6-16-11 ALZO, LLC to Brenda E. McRill, 2862 N. Noreaster Cove Drive, $625,000.
Danbury • 6-13-11 Ronald L. Jacobs and Marsha A. Jenkins to Charles L. and Mary Ann Bartholomew, 312 Perryview, $65,500. • 6-16-11 Alvin and
Peggy Lybatger to Dennis M. and Noreen A. Funari, 364 Miley Drive, $69,500. • 6-17-11 Thomas Mark Hickson to Clifford L. and Kathleen M.Ruggles, 416 Elm St., $185,000.
Marblehead • 6-14-11 Cottage Cove Real Estate Investments, LLC to Cottage Cove Real Estate Investments, LLC, 141Cottage Cove, 153 Cottage Cove, 144 Cottage Cove and 120 Cottage Cove, $66,667. • 6-15-11 Lakeview Land Co., LLC to Cottage Cove Real Estate Investments, LLC, 104 Cottage Cove, $24,667. • 6-17-11 Bay Point Acquisition, LLC to James F. Sistek, 433 Bay Point Blvd., $420,000.
Port Clinton • 6-13-11 Patrick and Peggy Schaefer to Ronald and Mary Woodfill, 711 W. Lakeshore Drive No. 502, $125,000. • 6-14-11 Woodpoint Properties LLC to Lockwood Storage Partners LLC, 513 Fremont Road, $72,500.
Middle Bass • 6-16-11 Thomas S. and Diane R. Geyer to Jill Joy Hubbard, 1609 North Shore, $228,000.
Oak Harbor • 6-15-11 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Alexander B. Bahs, 410 Park St., $23,800.
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Roth IRA: A lifetime investment Some investments are appropriate during your working years, while others are more suitable for retirement. But a Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA) can provide you with benefits at virtually every stage of your life. Let’s take a quick “journey” through some of these stages to see just how valuable a Roth IRA can be. To begin with, you can open a Roth IRA at any age, provided you have earned income and meet certain income limits. So if you’re just starting out in your career, put as much as you can afford into your Roth IRA and gradually increase your contributions as your income rises, up to the contribution limit. A Roth IRA is an excellent retirement savings vehicle because it can grow tax free and your contributions can be invested into just about any investment you choose — stocks, bonds, mutual funds, CDs and so on. Of course, when you’re young, you might not be thinking much about retirement. But the earlier you start contributing to a Roth IRA, the more you could end up with — and the difference could be substantial. In
fact, if you started putting money into a Roth IRA at age 30, and you contributed the maximum amount each year until you reached 65, you would accumulate more than $766,000, assuming you are in the 25% tax bracket and you earned a 7% return, compounded annually. But, given the same assumptions, you’d end up with only about $365,000 if you waited until 40 before you started contributing. It clearly pays to contribute early and annually to a Roth IRA. (In 2011, the annual contribution limit is $5,000, or $6,000 if you’re 50 or older.) There are additional benefits to funding a Roth IRA, such as its flexible withdrawal options, which are available to you even before you retire. Since you already paid taxes on the money you put into your Roth, you can withdraw your contributions at any time without paying taxes or penalties. Generally speaking, it’s certainly best to leave your Roth IRA intact for as long as possible. But if there’s an emergency and you need access to the funds, you can also withdraw your Roth’s earnings tax free, provided you’ve
Things may be getting a little bit “fishy” on Saturday, June 25, at Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial. The National Park Service site is hosting the third annual “Return of the Mayfly” festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Return of the Mayfly is a free event that gives adults and children alike the opportunity to learn about our fascinating friend, the mayfly, and his ecological counterpart in Lake Erie … the fish,” said Memorial Superintendent
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held your account at least five years and you don’t start taking withdrawals until you’ve reached 59½. Now, let’s fast-forward to your retirement. Unlike other retirement accounts, such as a traditional IRA or a 401(k), your Roth IRA does not require you to start taking withdrawals at age 70½ — or ever. If you don’t need the money, you can leave it alone, possibly to grow further, for as long as you like. This means that you might have more money to bequeath to your children or other beneficiaries, and they won’t have to pay taxes on withdrawals from either your contributions or your earnings, provided your Roth IRA account has been open for at least five years. Keep in mind, though, that your beneficiaries will be required to take distributions based on their life expectancy. As you can see, a Roth IRA can be an excellent financial “traveling companion” as you go through life. So consider adding a Roth to your portfolio — and bon voyage.
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Otterbein Homes, a family of continuing care retirement communities related to The United Methodist Church, is currently seeking a part time LPN for second shift 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Blanca Stransky. Events and activities will focus on the Lake Erie ecosystem and some favorite critters will be on hand including fish, snakes and of course plenty of mayflies. “Our annual Mayfly Fest honors those pesky insects we all love to hate. Yet, mayflies play such an important role in the local ecology and in determining the health of Lake Erie that they deserve our respect and understanding,” said Stransky. This year’s activities will again include a special presentation by Dr. Ken Krieger from Hiedelberg University. As a biologist and ecologist in the National Center for Water Quality Research since 1978, he conducts research on the population and community ecology of invertebrates in Lake Erie, its coastal marshes and tributaries including the Sandusky River and Old Woman Creek. “Dr. Krieger is well known for his research on the lives of Mayflies” Stransky said. “We are lucky and honored to have such an expert volunteer to help us with the day’s activities and teach our community.” Visitors will have the opportunity to study mayflies with Krieger and some student volunteers using viewing scopes provided by Ohio State University Stone Laboratory. Children may participate in the ever popular “Build A Bug” and “Bug Mask” crafts. Fishing, Ichthyology and Invasive Species Ranger Programs will provide kids with the opportunity to see and understand some interesting critters and plant species. Plus, some of the park rangers will help children discover the effects of pollution using hands-on water quality testing. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will teach visitors about Lake Erie using the “Lake Erie Literacy Program,” another hands-on activity that the kids really enjoy. Additionally, the Lake Erie Islands Chapter of the Black Swamp Conservancy will be on hand with information and some of their fun critter friends. All the activities are free and begin at 11 a.m. at the Visitor Center. The activities conclude with Krieger’s presentation at 2 p.m. For information, call Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial at 419-285-2184 or visit www.nps.gov/ pevi.
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Many Floor Plans to choose from, or design your own!
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Book Sale 10,000 BOOKS!!! ALL TYPES. All Genres - Child to Adult. July 1st - 4th 10am to 5pm 110 West Main Street Downtown Marblehead
Miscellaneous / Miscellaneous For Sale
Thursday, June 23, 2011 3B
FALL SOCCER Registration forms are available at: The Oak Harbor Public Library or at www.oakharborsoccer.org
FURNISHED VACATION home. Three bedroom, two bath, many amenities, $1,500/ month 614-866-0628
Deadline for registration is July 1st
MODEL HOME FOR SALE Call us today for details! 419-797-4443 & 419-341-1250 www.heckamanhomes.com
A Grand Introduction!! Fairway Villas is Celebrating NEW Detached Single Family Homes Friday, Saturday, Sunday
June 24-26, 2011 11am-5:30pm Model homes available for viewing.
R DOO S, E PRIZ MENTS H US RES REF FABULO AND EAL$! D
A FREE round of golf for a foursome at CIC or a hi-def plasma TV! Get a FREE Golf Cart with purchase or a $5,000 shopping spree at Catawba Interiors!
MOVE IN NOW SALE!
New Homes! New Prices! Homes starting at $179,900* Save up to $56,629**
419-797-0230 www.fairwayvillascic.com 2675 Canterbury Circle • Port Clinton, OH 43452 Hours: 11:00am-5:30pm Daily
*Villa 2740A (one left). Offer good until sold. **See Sales Associate for details.
Amazing Lifestyle. Amazing Values.
4B Thursday, June 23, 2011 2 BEDROOM 1 Bath. Marblehead. Completely Furnished. Nice Park with Marina at end of street. Best Offer over $12,000. 419.798.4609
FURNISHED. 2 Bedroom. Own Lott. Emerald Park on Lake Erie Marblehead. Phone 440.934.5396 for buying information.
12X60 HOUSE TRAILER for Rent. 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom. IDEAL for Single person or Couple. Private Land. Lakeside Marblehead
area. NO pets. Signed lease for 1 Year. $500/month. Water Included. 419.562.0624
The Beacon CATAWBA-RARE 16wx70 mobile home on large lot w mature trees, private setting on cul-de-sac, steps to Gem Beach. 3 BR, 2 Ba, lrge
FOR SALE DANBURY TOWNSHIP
Cottage at 32 Woodswind Way Located just outside Lakeside N. Shore Gate Must See to Appreciate! Ideal retirement home or summer retreat!
205 S.E. Catawba Road • Suite G Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
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• Wooded setting • Ten years old • On cul de sac • Wheel Chair Adaptable
screened porch and deck. REDUCED $105,000 (614)679-1959 Owner/Agent 14X70 MOBILE home in Young’s Suburban on the Portage in Oak Harbor. 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom with tub, shower stall, 2 sinks. All appliances. Vinyl siding, shingled roof, covered deck. Leave message 419-8986643. YEAR-ROUND tropical paradise. Marblehead. 2 Bedroom 1 Bath. Shed. 12 x 35 Stationery Trailer. Near Water. Move-in Ready. Season Paid. $8,500 OBO. 614.580.9153
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OWN THE WATER
NOT THE BOAT! Boating Made Simple
Our Club is Ideal for: u Busy
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cleaning, waxing, maintenance or dock fees
u Young Families u Fishermen u New
Catawba Island Skipper Bud’s at Marina Del Isle 6801 E Harbor Road
Sandusky Lyman Harbor 1615 First Street
419-797-3000 • freedomboatclub.com
FREE BOAT RIDES Tired of mowing the lawn? Ready to start enjoying the summer?
This Weekend Only
Sat., June 25 - 10-5 • Sun., June 26 - Noon-4 We will have boats from 17’ - 26’ available for demo rides on Sandusky Bay
SPECIAL PRICING & REBATES FOR THIS EVENT ONLY CLEMONS BOATS 8009 Barrett Road • Sandusky, Ohio Exit Route 2 at Sandusky Bay Bridge to Bay View, Ohio
Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
LakeErieLife.com “I Sell Views”
Thursday, June 23, 2011 5B
• Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling. • First Floor Master Ensuite. 1st floor laundry. • 30 foot dock and two 10 foot jet docks in private marina. $1,300,000.
Tour All Our Listings at: www.tedandcathygreene.com
CATAWBA ISLAND - 2208 N. CARRIAGE LANE #A-5 OPEN SATURDAY 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. OUSE • Channel/Lakefront view Townhome OPEN H with spectacular views of the Lake. • Patio off the Living Room and balcony off the Master Suite overlook Lake Erie. Steps to sandy beach! • Family Room with gas fireplace and built-in storage. • Dockage available. Marina has direct access to Lake Erie. $299,000
CATAWBA ISLAND - 2212 CARRIAGE LANE #5
Glenna Bender 419-341-1579 Mark Hartline 419-341-9999
Ted Greene 419-563-4968 Cathy Greene 419-563-4967
OPEN HOUSES THIS WEEKEND SAT. & SUN. 11 – 1 4672 Catawba Woods and 4439 Harbor’s Edge SUNDAY, 11 – 1 2830 B Canterbury Circle
PORT CLINTON - 1923 E YACHT PORT BEACH #4-2
• Lake front 2BR 2BA Ground floor Condo w/grassy area out your door & sandy beach just steps away! • Patio converted to year-round living area. • Attached garage w/access directly into your unit. $269,900.
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2830-B Canberbury HowardHanna.com/20113301 • Great Views of #1 green at CIC • 2 bd./2 ba./2 C. Gar. • Lg. Kitchen w/storage • Clubhouse & Swimming Pool • $338,900.00 Ted or Glenna
Port Clinton - Captain’s Cove
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OPEN SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. • Lakefront Colony Club townhome. • Only 3 Catawba Is. condos on Lake Erie w/ attached 2 car garage and over 2500 sqft. • Deep water marina at your back door with direct access to Lake Erie. $699,999.
112 MARGARET DRIVE $299,000
• Spacious ranch style home • 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths • 2 great rooms, open kitchen & dining, and a study • Attached 2 1/2 car garage • Very beautifully landscaped, well maintained yard with manageable up keep
123 GLACIAL LANE 2B
1909 E. Harbor Road, #206 W HowardHanna.com/20104177 • Waterfront condo 2 bd./2 ba. • Sandy Beach, Pool, Marina, Clubhouse • Secure building w/elevator • $227,500.00 Call Glenna or Ted
Do your own search for properties in our MLS at: www.TedandCathyGreene.com
• Easy Living • Maintenance Free • Bedrooms, 2Baths • Newer carpet, paint and flooring in kitchen & master bath • Located near downtown Port Clinton
$449,000 • Amazing lake views. • Private location • 3Bedrooms, 3 1/2Baths • Dockage at your back door. • Private beach and Lake access
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CONDO & TOWNHOME EVENT
Today’s Highlighted Properties are Condos & Townhomes that will be held open this weekend!
• Gated Lakefront Resort Community with Clubhouse, indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room, fitness room. • Two wind-screened tennis courts. • Private, deep water marina on Lake Erie. $169,900. - $389,000
Welcome Home to Luxury
Town Homes Starting at $288,900
Special Buying Incentive Now Thru July 15 Unit 1: A 2 story unit that offers 3 bedrooms/ 2.5 bathrooms & 2032 sq. ft. of living space. Unit 2: A cape cod unit that offers 3 bedrooms/ 2.5 bathrooms w/master suite on 1st floor & 1950 sq. ft. of living space.
NEW LISTING - Open Sun 11-1 2830 B Canterbury Circle – Catawba • Views of #1 green at CIC • 2 bd/2 ba/2 car garage. Lg kitchen • www.howardhanna.com/20113301 • $338,900 • Ted/Glenna 419-563-4968
Open Sat & Sun 11-1 4672 Catawba Woods – Catawba • 2 bed 2 bath - private patio • Corner condo w/1023 sf • www.howardhanna.com/20112848 • $109,900 • Glenna/Cathy 419-563-4967
Open Sat 11-2 & Sun 11-5 South Passage - Marblehead • Luxury Waterfront Condominiums • 2100 sq. ft. all on one floor • 2/3 Bedrooms - 2 Bath • $212,900 to $289,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Port Clinton • 2 bed/2 bath waterfront condo • Neutral décor/spacious rooms • Sunroom overlooks water • $179,000 • Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Port Clinton • 2 bed/2 bath and sunroom • Sandy beach, lakefront, pool, deck • Howardhanna.com/20104177 • $227,500 • Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Port Clinton • Turnkey Lakefront condo • Walk to Jet Express • www.CallSueP.com • $127,000 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Catawba • Fairway Villa’s @ CIC • Borders golf course • Many upgrades • $249,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Marblehead • Desired location on Sandusky Bay • 24 ft boat slip included • Newly re-done interior • $124,900 • Sharon Polanco 419-341-0080
Marblehead • Waterfront/West Harbor Channel • Custom home furnished/huge porch • See on www.LakeErieLife.com • $295,000 • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
Marblehead • Well built home/Full basement • Walk to marina/Dockage available • Watch sunsets over East Harbor • $255,000 • Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Open Sat 12-2 2598 Sun Valley – Catawba • 2 bed/2 bath waterfront condo • Impeccable 1st flr unit/1 c garage • www.2598SunValley103.howardhanna.com • $95,000 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Open Sat & Sun 11 -1 4439 Harbors Edge – Catawba • 4 bed/2.5 bath & 2.5 car garage • 2510 sq. ft. – 2 story condo • Howardhanna.com/20105635 • $424,900 • Ted/Mark 419-563-4968
Condominium & Villa Models Available to View! Villa 3 bedroom 2 bathroom free standing home offers 1690 sq. ft. of living space. Home & lot starting at $241,000.
Which feature most influences your decision about investing in property on beautiful Catawba Island for year round or seasonal living? Why settle for one feature when you can have them all at Catawba Bay?
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Cottage 3 bedroom 2 bathroom free standing home offers 1790 sq. ft. of living space. Home & lot starting at $289,000 Water Views Marinas Direct Lake Access Nature Trails Community Pools Exercise Facility Low Density Open Space Quiet & Secluded Quality Construction Beautiful Surroundings Luxury Meeting & Gathering Facility Building L Ready for June
“Affordable Living on the Water” 419-797-2100 • 419-341-0863 • firstname.lastname@example.org 5050 E. Muggy Road, Port Clinton, Ohio Office Hours: Thurs-Sat 11am-5pm, Sun & Mon 11am-4pm, Tues & Wed by appointment.
Marblehead • Cozy home with huge wooded lot • Close to school • Stick built with wood floors • $129,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Johnson’s Island • 3 bed 2 bath, lots of storage • Deck looks over woods, newer roof • Granite countertops, most appliances stay • $239,000 • Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
3rd Annual Catawba Office Choo Choo Chow Chow Golf Outing Benefitting the Children's Hospital Free Care Fund
At Catawba Island Club, AUGUST 15th Call 419-734-5751 Call Ed Koch or Mary Ann Gecsi
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Office • 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 • 877-734-5751
6B Thursday, June 23, 2011
midwest auctioneers & realty, inc.
mike Baker c.a.i.-auctioneer/real estate Broker 220 e. 4th st., Greenville, ohio 937-548-2640
2010 DUTCHMEN Sport 27B. Pristine condition, sleeps 8. Used once, all accessories included. Stored inside. $13,500 OBO 216401-9159. Located in Catawba.
HOUSEKEEPERS wanted full or part time. $8/hr Marblehead cottages. Weekends req. (419) 5205266. Non-smoker.
GEM BEACH SUMMER TRAILER FOR SALE. TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH, FURNISHED. THREE BLOCKS TO WATER. $14,500 440-821-2160.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Thursday, July 7, 2011 • 5 p.m. 6106 North 12th St., Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449 Absolute Auction - No Reserve
Lake Front Property . . . Located on Lake Erie in the gated community of Sand Beach are the four tracts of land including a vintage lake cottage consisting of a three bedroom, one bath, kitchen, large living room and an enclosed front family room all with unobstructed lake views. These Ottawa County, Ohio tracts are all adjoining and contiguous and will consist of a total of 9 platted lots. The four tracts will be offered by using the multi parcel auction method, both individually and in combination. Terms: A 10% Buyers Premium will be applied to the final bid to complete the contracted purchase price. $3,000 is required down day of auction with the balance due within 35 days. Visit www.midwest-auctioneers.com for multiple photos and more. Helen Myrice, Owner John Porentas POA
House for Sale MARBLEHEAD Lake Home. Small Beach. Dockage. Water Rights. 4 Bedroom. State Sale.Priced to Sell! Call 419.656.2399
House for Rent 3 BEDROOM 2 Bath. Harbor Park Marina Catawba. Partially furnished, enclosed front porch. Year Round Rental. Available Immediately. 440.667.5281
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Garage/Yard Sales FRIDAY JUNE 24, 8-3, 185 Alexander Pike, Marblehead. Lots of household items, glassware, file cabinets, 5000BTU window AC, air compressor hoses, tri-pod shop light, vinyl records.
YIKES where did all this stuff come from. Kids, adults we got it all. Low prices. Yard sale 509 Jackson St Fri June 24 & Sat June 25 9 - 5.
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HUGE MULTI FAMILY garage sale- June 30, July 1 & 2, 9a-4p. Clothing, tools, furniture, toys, lawn mower, guitar, amplifiers and much, much more. 607 Grant St., PC.
GARAGE SALE, Woodwinds Property Owner’s Association. Located off Northshore Blvd. Friday July 1 & Saturday July 2, 9a-3p.
JULY 1&2, 9-3- 804 Madison Ave. Puzzles, household, office, and much miscellaneous. Rain date July 8&9, 9-3.
FUMW FABULOUS FLEA MARKET and bake sale, Lake View Park (Across from city beach.) Saturday June 25, 9-4. New and used items, vintage glassware, rock art, food concession, jewelry, sunglass vendor, antiques, and scentsy. DON’T MISS THIS ONE!
GARAGE SALE 527 Fulton St., PC. June 24 & 25, 9-3. Movies, books, crafts & lots of cool stuff! Come and see for yourself. Cheap prices!
THREE FAMILY, lift chair, 2 large Tiffany hanging lights, cleans 20s’ gas stove, furniture, and much more. Thursday, Friday & Saturday 8:30-4. 8348 Northshore Blvd., Marblehead.
COME SEE 330 Portage St, Oak Harbor. Thursday & Friday 23 & 24, 9-4. Furniture, mower, 13” color TV, toys, clothes, computer monitor & lots of miscellaneous.
ANNUAL RUMMAGE & Bake sale- Saturday June 25. John Brown Park behind Resurrection Church, NE Catawba Rd. JUNE 24 & 25 Friday and Saturday 9 to 4. Multi-Family SALE! Quilts, Purses, Home Decor, Sports Cards. Much Miscellaneous. Island View Manor Located on North Shore Blvd near Otterbein Retirement Complex.
Craft Sale BEADS, Yarn, Ceramics, Sewing and MUCH more. Friday Only June 24 9-4pm 315 North Worthy Street Channel Grove Marina/ Marblehead
Employment Wanted CATAWBA ISLAND housekeepers, will also run errands for you. Background check provided 740-5015263.
Condo for Sale
SPECTACULAR, TOP FLOOR, WATERFRONT CONDO with Boat HarborSide 2BR/2BA Townhouse Condominium, Fully Furnished with Deeded 30’ Boat Slip and 24’ Baja Carrera Powerboat. Direct Marina and Portage River Views. Lakeview from Guest BR. Jet Express Ferry and Downtown easy walking distance. Ask- $134,800 Shown by appointment only by owner- 757-567-7053
TWO BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath condo for sale at The Shores. Great lake view. Remodeled, new furniture included. Very nice. Turnkey. Shown by appointment. $146,900. 216-396-3876.
1988 Searay 34' Sundancer 12' Beam T-454 engines, ice maker, central vac, all canvas & screens, generator, flat screen TV & sterio. From day one boat still looks like new. 650 hrs. Will take smaller boat on trade. $35,000. Call 419-356-2288
Jet Ski 1995 Kawasaki 650SC
Unique 2-passenger Side by side seat w/trailer lower hours runs well $1200.00
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2 Bedroom suite for seniors (62+) or disabled
RENT BASED ON INCOME Apply Monday thru Friday 8-4
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SOS STORAGE CONDOS $27,500.00
18’ X 35’ X 11’4” All electric, well insulated, heated, separate utilities Quality Construction/Competitive Pricing 5460 Port Clinton Eastern Rd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 419-547-7567 or 419-618-1625(cell) Located behind Friendship Station - Rt. 269
Thursday, June 23, 2011 7B
SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2011
THE GOVERNMENT DESIGNATED DANGER ZONES OFF THE SHORES OF CAMP PERRY AND THE ERIE INDUSTRIAL PARK CONTINUES TO BE USED FOR FIRING OF LARGE CALIBER INERT ARTILLERY, ANTIAIRCRAFT WEAPONS, SMALL ARMS AND OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES. RESTRICTED ENTRY AS PROVIDED BY TITLE 33, UNITED STATES CODE, IS BEING ENFORCED. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY CLEAR OF THESE ZONES DURING PERIODS OF FIRING ACTIVITY. BOATERS, FISHERMEN, AND AIRCRAFT PILOTS SHOULD REFER TO THE NOAA MARINE NAVIGATIONAL CHART #14830 AND THE TOLEDO AIR SECTIONAL CHART RESPECTIVELY FOR EXACT BOUNDARIES. THE CAMP PERRY STROBE LIGHT LOCATED AT 41° 32’ 15” N AND 083° 01’ 00” W WILL BE ACTIVATED AND RED RANGE FLAGS DISPLAYED DURING CONDUCT OF FIRING. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES MARKED AS RANGE “DANGER ZONE I” AND RANGE “DANGER ZONE II”, SHOWN ON THE CHART (CAMP PERRY FIRING RANGE) ATTACHED HERETO. THESE BOUNDARIES AFFECT TWO DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 5,000’ ABOVE GROUND LEVEL (AGL) AND MAY BE IN USE BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 6 P.M. DAILY, INCLUDING WEEKENDS, DURING THE ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR OF 2011. LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE II EXTENDS 10 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 23,000’ AGL. FIRING IN THIS ZONE IS NORMALLY CONDUCTED BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND 5 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT FEDERAL HOLIDAYS. EXTENSION TO THESE HOURS WILL BE PUBLISHED UNDER A SEPARATE NOTICE. DURING THE BOATING SEASON, THESE ZONES ARE NORMALLY MARKED WITH ORANGE AND WHITE BUOYS BEARING THE WORDS “RANGE DANGER ZONE”. THE 2008 RANGE ACTIVITY WILL NOT REQUIRE THE TOTAL USE OF DANGER ZONE II. CONSEQUENTLY, A MODIFIED DANGER ZONE II FOR 2008 WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACED ON A WEST TO EAST LINE. APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONEHALF MILES SOUTH OF USCG BUOYS A, B AND C. THE BUOYS WILL BE NUMBERED II-32 THROUGH II-19 (FROM WEST TO EAST). THE AREA NORTH OF THIS LINE OF BUOYS WILL BE SAFE FOR MARINERS DURING PERIODS OF FIRING INTO DANGER ZONE II (SEE CHART). MARINERS DESIRING GENERAL INFORMATION ON NAVIGATION OR PUBLIC USE OF THESE ZONES WILL CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RANGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MARINE VHF CHANNEL 16, OR TELEPHONE 614-336-6245/6203 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RANGE EMERGENCIES ONLY CALL 614-336-6262.
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8B Thursday, June 23, 2011
Published on Jun 23, 2011
The Bay Township Trustees will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, at the Bay Township Hall, 4471 W. Ohio 53. The public is...