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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Leone is next mayor

Red Kettle campaign kicks off The goal has been set for Ottawa County’s Red Kettle campaign this holiday season. Capt. Steven Lopes, Northwest Ohio Regional Coordinator for the Salvation Army, was on hand at the Red Kettle kickoff breakfast last week to deliver the number: $55,000. Last year, the bell-ringing campaign brought in more than $53,000 to help nearly 1,600 families and 5,500 individuals within the county. Indicators show that need is up around the region and with that, the goal was raised 3 percent. Also announced at the breakfast was the kickoff of “Be a Shield,” a branding campaign for volunteers and donors to show off their support. “I hope you’ll consider making it known to your family and friends that you are a shield for those in crisis,” Lopes said.

Ring the bell Sign up calling 419-732-ARMY or stopping into the Salvation Army office at 1854 E. Perry St., Suite 800, Port Clinton

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Vince Leone is congratulated by his supporters Tuesday night after finding out he defeated incumbent Debbie Hymore-Tester in the race for Port Clinton mayor.

Voters approve PC fire levy; Cole Hatfield joins council BY ANGIE ADAIR ZAM Editor City Councilman Vince Leone won the race for Port Clinton Mayor by defeating incumbent Debbie Hymore-Tester. According to unofficial results released by the Ottawa County Board of Elections, the vote was 1,057 to 909. “I’ve got some great friends who helped me a lot,” Leone said, minutes after hearing the news. “It’s all their hard work.” Leone and his supporters — sporting bright orange campaign T-shirts — gathered at the Port Clinton Knights of Columbus hall Tuesday evening and waited for the announcement. Shortly after 9 p.m., Vince’s wife Suzi pointed at him from across the room with a giant smile

and said simply, “you won!” The crowd of supporters erupted in cheers and surrounded the next mayor with hugs, tears and congratulations. “I’ve really got to get to work,” he said. “It feels good.” In the race for Port Clinton City Council, Democrat Cole Hatfield garnered the votes needed to join Mike Snider and Debra Benko in at-large seats. “I’m more relieved than anything,” Hatfield said at the K. of C. “I’m excited to get to work.” He said his plans include helping businesses in downtown Port Clinton to succeed and developing an entrepreneurship

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Port Clinton Mayor Debbie HymoreTester stands with Port Clinton Director Maureen Saponari and Capt. Steven Lopes of the Salvation Army.

See RESULTS 8A unofficial results — Ottawa County Board of Elections

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Veterans deserve big thanks for their service Tomorrow is Veterans Day: 11/11/11. Here is a list of the local businesses who participated in this week’s Beacon to allow us to make a $100 contribution to the Wounded Warriors Project. They include: Andy’s Party Mart, Nagoya, National Bank of Ohio, Great Lakes Popcorn, Rob’s Limestone Tavern, Bill’s Towing, State Farm Agents Pete Booher and Trish McCartney, Waldo Peppers, Cellular Central and Sweet Home Eatery. Thanks to all our participants, and thanks most of all to our Vets, who made it all possible. See pages 8-10A for the local businesses who are also honoring our vets. nnn

Main Street Port Clinton is inviting you to get involved in the planning of the 2012 Walleye Festival. A meeting has been scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at the PC Chamber office at 110 Madison St. Bring your ideas and suggestions. To help make the Festival the best ever next May.

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Lois Horn, of Port Clinton, was selected as our “Find Wylie” winner this week. She was chosen from among nearly 80 contestants who found our friendly fish hiding in the ad for West Bay Condos on page 5B last week. Lois 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

Mango Mama’s will be the place to be this Friday night starting at 8 p.m. The Walleye Madness Committee is holding a major fundraiser there featuring the band Legacy II. They may even sing my favorite tune: “You Suck!!!” There will be raffles and silent auctions and plenty of good music. Admission is $10, which goes to help keep Wylie Walleye dropping at midnight on New Years Eve. nnn

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Thousands of folks will be gaming together at their local libraries this Saturday, Nov. 12, to celebrate the American Library Association’s third annual National Gaming Day. Libraries will offer a variety of activities throughout the day, including modern board games, traditional games and online games. Ida Rupp Library in Port Clinton invites you to drop in on Saturday between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. There will be games for all ages in the community room and refreshments will also be served. nnn

Two Fire Department Feather Parties will be held this Saturday. First, Port Clinton’s will be held at the Fire Station starting at 6 p.m. The other is at the AllenClay Joint Fire District at the Fire Hall in Williston staring at 7:30 p.m. Both events feature free admission and lots of prizes and refreshments. nnn

All local First National Bank branches will be celebrating the

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“Hookers, Crooks and Kooks” will be the program presented by Jan Broglin of Fulton County to the Ottawa County Genealogical Society meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the community room of Ida Rupp Public Library. Sounds like an interesting program. nnn

St. Paul Lutheran Church located on Church Road in Danbury Township is holding their Fall Chicken Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16. The dinner consists of a half chicken, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll and butter, homemade applesauce and coleslaw and a slice of homemade pie, all for just $9! The money raised at this

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Tickets are now on sale for a homemade quilt being raffled at the Jessie Schenk Memorial Turkey Chase to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 26. Tickets are $5 each or 6 for $25 and available at Gabriel Anthony’s Salon and Spa, Coffee Express and at Catawba Island Club. All the proceeds benefit the Jessica Schenk Memorial Scholar/Athlete Scholarship given to a Port Clinton High School Senior.

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RECORDS n COMMENTARY Obituaries Donald Klohn April 19, 1932 — Died Nov. 4, 2011 Donald C. Klohn, 79, of Oak Harbor, passed away Friday, Nov. 4, at Parkview Care Center, Fremont. Visitation will be 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, in the Robinson-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, 165 E. Water St, Oak Harbor. Funeral Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 122 W. Ottawa St., Oak Harbor. Interment will follow in Union Cemetery, Oak Harbor.

James Allen Aug. 3, 1928 — Oct. 31, 2011 James F. (Captain Jim) Allen, 83, of Port Clinton, passed away Monday morning,

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Oct. 31, at Edgewood Manor Care Center, Port Clinton. A Celebration of Jim’s life will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 109 E Perry St., Port Clinton. Private interment will be in Catawba Island Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton.

Lois Hills Feb. 3, 1932 — Nov. 5, 2011 Lois Jean Hills, 79, of Port Clinton, passed away Saturday, Nov. 5, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor. There will be no visitation or services per the family’s wishes. Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, assisted the family with arrangements.

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John Tyler Boggs was born Oct. 26 to Heather and David S. Boggs. He was 7 lbs. 9 oz. and 19 inches long and welcomed home by big brother Lucas. Maternal grandparents are Jack and Sally Minier, Catawba Island. Paternal Grandparents are Teri and Bill Winiarski, New London, and Scott Boggs, Akron.

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In this post Sept. 11 society we now find ourselves, we have all made some changes in the way we, as Americans, conduct our lives. Some of those changes may be perceived as positive and to others some of these changes negative. However, Police Chief Rob Hickman and I would like to highlight what we strongly believe to be one of the positives outcomes of that horrific day. In many circles there seems to be a better understanding of the sacrifices made by the men and women who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. For instance, service men and women walking through airports still re-

ceive applause, smiles and waves even though 9-11-01 was 10 years ago. As well, in many towns and villages across the country the sounds of fire and police sirens can be heard leading a caravan to announce the return of another American hero back to their family, friends and the comforts of home after their time in the armed forces is complete. Chief Hickman and I have been trying to obtain a list of individual service members from the City of Port Clinton currently serving our country. However, for many reasons, such a list does not exist. Therefore, together we are asking for your help.  With as little as 24 hours notice, the PCFD and PCPD would be honored

to provide BRIGHT & LOUD escorted services from the city limits to the home or meeting place of a returning soldier, Marine or airman. Again, we can only provide this service within city limits and on a limited basis in Portage Township. Please contact Police Chief Hickman at 419-734-3121 or myself, Fire Chief Kent Johnson, at 419-734-3430 to discuss arrangements. If nothing else, please let your family member in the service know that they have the ABSOLUTE support of the members of the PCPD and PCFD. Sincerely, Kent Johnson Fire Chief City of Port Clinton

Sheriff Levorchick names administrative staff Sheriff Shephen J. Levorchick recently announced that his administrative staff has now been set and the Ottawa County Sheriff ’s Office will move forward in a direction of positive law enforcement. Since taking office, Levorchick appointed Jeffrey Hickman as Chief Deputy. Hickman has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience. According to the sheriff, Hickman’s ability to work with the public as well as the Sheriff ’s office staff is an asset

not often matched within the law enforcement community. Current Patrol Sergeant Brad M. York fills the Captain of Operations position. York replaced Olen Martin who began his service in that position earlier in 2011. Martin has accepted a position with another law enforcement agency. York brings approximately 25 years of law enforcement experience to his new position. His working knowledge of the patrol division, as well as his exceptional

working relationship with all local law enforcement agencies will enhance his ability as captain. Director of Administration Rhonda St. Clair and Director of Finance Callie Kihlken will remain in the positions that they held under former Sheriff Robert Bratton. Levorchick said he is xcited about the future of the Sheriff ’s Office and the positive law enforcement service it will provide to the citizens and visitors of Ottawa County.

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Creative Ways to Get Through the Holidays presented by Magruder’s Dietitians

Monday, November 21, 2011 12:00 Noon Magruder Hospital Conference Center Program complete with recipes, tips and taste tests.

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Non-perishable food items and monetary donations are greatly needed. To spend just $20 per family, $10,000 is needed. Volunteers are also a big part of success. Sign up now to help with the giveaway located at Immaculate Concetption Catholic Church gym. Help is needed from 3 to 6 or 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, and 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. Call Bonnie Kaspar at 419-734-2930 to sign up to help or if you have any questions. Monetary donations may be sent to: Port Clinton Unit of Ottawa County Holiday Bureau, P.O. Box 713, Port Clinton, OH 43452.

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A time-honored Oak Harbor holiday tradition, Christmas Trees on Parade, will light up the town again this year. Friends, family, businesses and organizations are invited to sponsor a tree as a memorial, an honorary gift or a seasonal greeting. A sign will be placed at each tree displaying the special message and the sponsor. The trees will be displayed on the light posts in the Oak Harbor village. Cost for a tree is $35 and all proceeds go toward the Olde Fashioned Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 3. Forms are available online at www.oakharborohio.net, or at the Chamber office, 161 W. Water St, Oak Harbor. For information, call the office at 419-898-0479.

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The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Department serving the Lakeside/Marblehead area and Danbury Township since 1905 recently purchased a 16-foot water rescue boat that can be used for all seasons of the year. First National Bank serving the Bellevue, Sandusky and Island Areas donated funds to purchase a new 20 hp outboard motor for the new boat. President and CEO Dean Miller, Missy Walker, Retail Manager and Lisa Molnar, Catawba Branch Manager for First National Bank are presented the bank’s contribution to members of the Lakeside Volunteer Fire Department.

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PCHS grad picked for Dem council Scott Surovjak, a 2004 graduate of Port Clinton High School, was recently selected for a position on the Democratic National Committee Youth Council. The Youth Council is comprised of eight young people from across the United States and focuses on increasing youth activism and inclusion in all aspects of Democratic politics. Surovjak will be one of two members representing 13 states in the Midwestern Region. Scott is the son of Drew and BJ Surovjak of Portage Township.

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Tree A Rama The Salvation Army will present the eighth annual Tree A Rama Charity Auction Sunday, Dec. 4, at Mon Ami Restaurant and Winery. The auction begins promptly at 4 p.m. with Len Partin as auctioneer and Richie Sapanari as the announcer. All proceeds go to the Salvation Army’s toy program, serving more than 1,900 children last year with more than 6,000 toys. To donate a tree, centerpiece, wreath or gift package, call The Salvation Army at 419-732-2769 and speak with Director Maureen Saponari.

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More than 50 Oak Harbor DECA members competed at the Fall Frenzy contests held at Owens Community College on Sept. 28. The purpose the event was to introduce chapter members to competitive events in the areas of employability, public relations, Parliamentary law and team management. All eight Penta DECA chapters were represented at this event. Oak Harbor members competed with students from Anthony Wayne, Bowling Green, Maumee, Penta Career Center, Perrysburg, Rossford and Springfield. Several students won awards in their respective areas. The results were as follows: Public Relations — Allen Boss in first place, Leslie Perry in fourth; Parliamentary Law — Nathan Segaard in fifth; job interview — Evan Puckett in first, Samantha Durivage in second and Shawn Roose in fifth; Human Relations — Caitlin Sutton in third, Makayla Carpenter in fifth; Apparel Team — Aisha Hamdallah, Whitney Rutledge and Lindsey Reau in fourth; Food Marketing Team — TJ Powell, Michael Hites and Nikki Wilhelm — fifth place; Hospitality Team — AJ Cecil, Eric Buehler and Kaleb Maguire in fourth; Restaurant Team — Jazmin Meek, Shelby Wilkins and Taylor St. Clair in second; Retail Team —Austin Wiegand, Zach Collins and Hunter Gresh in second; and Sports Marketing Team — Alex Bergman and Brian Mallernee in third. Each event provided students with exposure to the field of Human Relations Management and helped to prepare

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Jasmine Borton and Cierra Rosario. • Jefferson Elementary: Zoe Overmyer, Elliot Auxter, Garrett Skoufos, Aidan Carpenter, Ethan Carpenter, Averie Webb, Elayna Krupp, Alexa Zam, Taylor Burnette, Rachel Ziembowicz, Kyle Coleman, Elijah Burkholder and Star Mackey, Kira Kimmet, Corey Bodi, Andrew Fillmore, Brynn Jacoby, Niki Tipton, Felicia Jones and Madison Kodak.

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8A Thursday, November 10, 2011 RESULTS from 1A

ELECTION 2011

VILLAGE OF GENOA MAYOR David Huston........................ 337 Mark Douglas Williams.... 394 PUT-IN-BAY MAYOR Judith A. Berry.........................41 Margaret Ruth Scarpelli.... 57 ROCKY RIDGE COUNCIL 2 open seats Raymond Eugene Brown......... 63 Jennifer Fillmore...................... 63 Eric L. Wallace.................... 74 BAY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE 1 open seat Jerry L. Blatt............................98 Denton S. Glovinsky.................76 Mel McCord............................ 58 Gerry Perry...................... 268 BENTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE 1 open seat Gary E. Gregg.................. 691 Kenneth G. Leist.................... 417 CARROLL TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE 1 open seat Tammy S. Meek.....................306 Donald L. St. Clair............ 443 Allan W. Weirich.................... 141 CARROLL TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER 1 seat open Jessica E. Brough............. 448 Diana Lynn Kelley..................215 Michelle Rutledge................. 211

CATAWBA TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER 1 seat open F. Joe Bires............................594 Judith A. Callihan..................168 Robert L. Christiansen........... 190 Karen Renee Shaw........... 669

Steve Rhodes................ 2,151 DANBURY SCHOOL BOARD 2 seats open Kevin C. Bird................. 1,067 Reba Bishoff......................... 661 Timothy E. Mackey.......... 891 Tina Molnar..........................723

CLAY TOWNSHIP TUSTEE 1 open seat Dave Fryman.........................635 Lee Yackee.................... 1,064

11 — PUT-IN-BAY TAX LEVY (NORTH BASS REFUSE) For..................................... 10 Against..................................... 0 12 — BCS LOCAL SCHOOL TAX LEVY (EMERGENCY) For.....................................2,036 Against......................... 2,341

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14 — LAKE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX LEVY (CURRENT EXPENSES) For....................................... 4 Against..................................... 3

5 — BAY TWP. LOCAL OPTION Yes................................... 331 No........................................ 172

SALEM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE 1 seat open Richard C. Lenke........... 1,240 Joe Vidal...............................819

6 — CLAY TWP. TAX LEVY (CEMETERY) For................................ 1,230 Against................................. 604

SALEM TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER 1 seat open Susan L. Perrin.............. 1,487 Sara Ann Toris....................... 416

• Issue 2 — Proposed Referendum to repeal Am. Sub. S.B. 5. Ottawa County YES: 6,007 NO: 10,569 Statewide YES: 1,352,366 NO: 2,145,042

15 — WOODMORE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ISSUE AND TAX LEVY For........................................645 Against............................ 766

7 — PUT-IN-BAY TAX LEVY (EMS) For................................... 327 Against................................... 78

BCS SCHOOL BOARD 2 seats open Richard A. Bast...................1,193 Heather Dewitz............. 2,794 Ronald L. Overmyer............1,264

County votes reflected the statewide results for Issues 1, 2 and 3: • Issue 1 — Proposed Constitutional Amendment to increase the maximum age at which a person may be elected or appointed judge and eliminate certain authorities. Ottawa County YES: 5,968 NO: 10,013 Statewide YES: 1,246,535 N O : 2,036,080

13 — GENOA LOCAL SCHOOL TAX LEVY (PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS) For.....................................1,585 Against......................... 1,623

4 — ALLEN TWP. TAX LEVY (CEMETERY) For................................... 886 Against................................. 490

DANBURY TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER 1 open seat Claudia L. McDonald............. 517 Shelley J. Seamon......... 1,323

program. At the Republican party’s event at Mango Mama’s, Snider said he had mixed feelings about the results. “I’m happy to remain on City Council, but we’ve got a lot of work ahead of us and I’m afraid it just got a lot more difficult,” he said. The other big issue for Port Clinton voters was the renewal of the fire levy which more than two-thirds of the voters approved. “I’m ecstatic the fire levy passed,” Snider said.

10 — PUT-IN-BAY TAX LEVY (MIDDLE BASS FIRE) For..................................... 45 Against................................... 11

WOODMORE SCHOOL BOARD 3 seats open Julie A. Bowman.............. 904 Michael L. Destazio......... 702 Stephen A. Huss............... 680 Sean L. Rizor.........................634

DANBURY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE 1 seat open Rita M. Mahler......................497 Joyce A. Plummer..................420 Dianne M. Rozak........... 1,083

ELECTION from 1A

9 — PUT-IN-BAY TAX LEVY (MIDDLE BASS ROADS) For..................................... 41 Against................................... 15

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VILLAGE OF ELMORE MAYOR James F. Krumnow................. 245 Lowell C. Krumnow.......... 384

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• Issue 3 — Proposed Constitutional Amendment to preserve the freedom of Ohioans to choose their health care and health care coverage. Ottawa County YES: 10,705 NO: 5,565 Statewide YES: 2,221,175 NO: 1,163,276

16 — PORT CLINTON FIRE LEVY For................................ 1,392 Against................................. 570

8 — PUT-IN-BAY TAX LEVY (MIDDLE BASS HALL) For..................................... 39 Against................................... 17

— unofficial results courtesy of the Ottawa County Board of Elections

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The students and staff of Bataan Memorial Elementary School invite members of the community to their Bataan Day Ceremony at 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, in the school gymnasium. The ceremony, which is traditionally held in May, has been moved to Veterans Day due to the facility construction schedule. Bataan Day honors the 32 men from Port Clinton who participated in the Battle of Bataan and the Bataan Death March of World War II. The ceremony helps the students remember the history of their school name and realize the sacrifices made by these brave soldiers and others like them who fought and continue to fight for their country and our freedom. The Ottawa County Republican Women will be putting up American flags before the ceremony around the area of Bataan School.

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‘Alice the Musical’ opens Thursday The magical production, “Alice the Musical” opens Thursday, Nov. 10, at Playmakers Civic Theatre on West Sixth Street in Port Clinton. Curtain is 8 p.m. for the show based on the classic tale of “Alice In Wonderland” (by Lewis Carroll), written by Mike Smith/Vernon Mound and produced by Musicline Publications. With 50 actors in the cast wearing bright and interesting costumes, singing catchy songs and dancing special choreography, this show promises to be happily entertaining.

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Community Center. Snacks and beverages will be provided. WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: The Vineyard on Catawba, 3820 E. Vineyard Village Dr., Port Clinton INFO: 419-797-3100

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WHAT: Take Off Pounds Sensibly; all are welcome to the weekly meetings WHEN: 11 a.m. WHERE: Peace Lutheran Church, 900 Jefferson St., Port Clinton — OR — WHEN: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; weigh-in at 6 p.m. WHERE: 320 E. Third St., Port Clinton

Veterans Stew Feed

WHAT: All Veterans & families Welcome WHEN: 5 p.m. WHERE: American Legion Post 114, 221 Park St., Oak Harbor INFO: 419-898-5888

Health Screening

WHAT: Cholesterol (Total/ LDL/HDL/Triglycerides), blood pressure and glucosE WHERE: Magruder Hospital WHEN: 1 p.m. COST: $16 INFO: For appointments, call 419-734-3131, ext. 3420

Diabetic Support

WHAT: Support group is for anyone dealing with Diabetes, including family and friends.  Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch. Coffee, tea and water will be provided. WHERE: Magruder Hospital Conference Center WHEN: Noon COST: $16

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Principal actors and their characters are, Kyle Kunard (Rev. Dodgson), Jaclyn Kromer (Alice), Heather Isbell (the White Rabbit), Steve Heineman (the Caterpillar), Jason Rohde (the Walrus), Lisa Myer (the Carpenter), Margaret Helbing (the Chesire Cat), Monette Garn (the Duchess), Dottie Knowles (the Cook), Cassandra Warren (the Mad Hatter), Liz Vogel (the Hare), Mark Phillips (the Doremouse), Angela Fishburn (the Mock Turtle), Haley Klima (the Gryphon), Joey Magnuson (the King), Mi-

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WHAT: “True Grit.” 2011. PG-13. USA. Following the murder of her father, 14-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross sets out to capture the killer, hiring the toughest U.S. marshal she can find. Against his wishes, she joins him in his trek into the Indian Nations in search of Chaney. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library community room, 310 Madison Street, Port Clinton WHEN: 7 p.m. COST: Free

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Holiday Craft Show

WHAT: Hand-made crafts, baked items, jewelry, antiques, collectibles, gifts and preserves will be available WHERE: Trinity United Methodist Church, 135 Adams St., Port Clinton WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p .m. INFO: 419-734-7343

Veterans Remembrance Celebration

WHAT: Keynote speaker Judge Kathleen Giesler will present “Words on War.” All veterans in attendance will be presented with a small token of appreciation. WHEN: 10 a.m. WHERE: Ottawa County Riverview Healthcare Campus, Ohio 163, Oak Harbor

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WHAT: VFW 2480, in conjunction with the PC American Legion, will be holding a Veterans Service Memorial. Homemade bean soup and corn bread will be served for free following the ceremony. The public is encouraged to participate. WHEN: 11 a.m. WHERE: VFW Hall, Madison Street, Port Clinton

Movie Night

WHAT: The movie classic “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” will be shown on the big screen in

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WHAT: Main Street Port Clinton is recruiting volunteers to get involved in the planning of the 2012 Walleye Festival. Bring ideas and suggestions to help make the festival the best ever! WHERE: 110 Madison St., Port Clinton WHEN: 8:30 a.m. INFO: 419-734-5503

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WHAT: Games, Drawings, & 50/50 WHEN: 7-11 p.m. WHERE: American Legion Post 114, 221 Park St., Oak Harbor INFO: 419-898-5888 COST: $5 covers food, chips & munchies

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WHAT: Riverview Healthcare Campus will offer Christmas shopping throughout the halls of the facility. Homemade soup and pies will be available. A Books are Fun book fair, free photos with Santa and a gift shop. WHERE: Riverview Healthcare Campus, 8180 W. Ohio 163 in Oak Harbor. WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p .m.

WHAT: The event, to benefit Magruder Hospital, will feature contests, prizes and a turkey shoot as well as tours and opportunities to shoot at both the CMP range and the Ohio Army National Guard Joint Training Center WHERE: Camp Perry WHEN: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. COST: $30/person INFO: For directions to Camp Perry, visit www. odcmp.com

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VFW 2480 Turkey Shoot

WHEN: 11 a.m. WHERE: VFW Memorial Park. 1125 E. Fifth St. WHEN: 11 a.m. 

WHAT: Pre-Black Friday event features local vendors selling their wares including Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Thirty-One, Tastefully Simple, Scentsy, Premier Jewelry and more. WHERE: Fountain Inn, Lakeside WHEN: 5 p.m. COST: Free

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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, 210 Madison, Port Clinton WHEN: Mondays at 10:30 a.m and 6 p.m. INFO: 419-732-3212

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Funeral Planning Seminar

WHAT: “Advance Funeral Planning.” Kathy Priesman of Neidecker-LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home will be here to present this informative program. WHEN: 10:30 a.m. WHERE: The Vineyard on Catawba, 3820 E. Vineyard Village Dr., Port Clinton INFO: 419-797-3100

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Babies and Books

WHAT: 20-25 minutes of stories, songs, finger plays, and rhymes WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library WHEN: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m and 6 p.m. INFO: 419-732-3212

WHAT: All are welcome for an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location with an open house and light refreshments to follow WHERE: 133 W. Water St. in downtown Oak Harbor WHEN: 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. INFO: 419-898-5909

Swiss Steak Dinner

WHAT: Swiss Steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, applesauce or cole slaw and homemade pie. Carry out available WHERE: St. Paul United Church of Christ, Oak Harbor WHEN: 4-7 p.m. COST: $9 adults, $6 children INFO: 419-898-0852

an 8 p.m. curtain. Admission is $15. For tickets, call the theater’s box office at 419734-5044 or go to www.pcplaymakers.org and click on “email us.”

High school actors taking the stage Danbury Danbury High School thespians will perform “High School non-Musical” this weekend. The show is full outrageous one-liners and is fun for the whole family. The show, written by Jonathan Dorf and directed by Casie Scott, hits the stage at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12. Tickets are $5 and available at the door at Danbury High School’s Braithwaite Auditorium.

Port Clinton The Port Clinton High School Drama Club will present its fall play “You Can’t Take It with You” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18-19, at the PCHS Performing Arts Center. “You Can’t Take It with You” is directed by Paul Anderson, assisted by student director Arica Gonzales. Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 11, in the high school office for $6 each, or they may be purchased the nights of the show at the PAC box office.

Enter to win $500 at holiday open house The volunteers at the Magruder Hospital Auxiliary Gift Shop invite you to this year’s Holiday Open House from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. There will be storewide savings of 20 percent off. The shop will be filled with Christmas music, merchandise, gifts, ornaments, snacks, punch and a visit from Santa. There will also be a free large jingle bell for the first 50 customers as well as an opportunity to buy a raffle ticket for the $500 cash give away to be drawn on Dec. 9.  Start holiday shopping early while helping the hospital auxiliary raise money for special projects.  Gift Shop hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays. 

Elders of Jazz The members and friends of Firelands Presbyterian Church in Port Clinton will be making a joyful noise on Sunday, Nov. 13, as they bring the Elders of Jazz to their 10:30 a.m. worship service. The Elders of Jazz are indeed elders from Presbyterian Churches on the west side of Cleveland, plus Kay McIntosh, pianist, who now lives in Port Clinton. This group celebrates the roots of jazz based on the spirituals and gospel songs played by the early New Orleans street bands. While this group usually plays in the greater Cleveland area, in recent years they have played at Lakeside for worship in Hoover Auditorium as well as a Sunday night concert at the Gazebo. The Elders of Jazz have also played as part of the summer concert series on Put-in-Bay in front of the Perry Monument. All are welcome to join in this Sunday morning jazz worship experience. Firelands Presbyterian Church is located at 2626 E. Harbor Road in Port Clinton. For questions, call 419-734-6211.

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ELMS Free Community Meal

WHAT: Peace Lutheran and St. Thomas fund this meal. WHERE: St. Thomas Church WHEN: 5 to 6 p.m.

WHAT: Kendra German of the Riverview Healthcare

10am-1am

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Nov. 17 Nov.

Ottawa County PERS Luncheon Meeting

Open 7 Days a week

Campus will speak on the many programs and services that Riverview has to offer. WHERE: Riverview Healthcare Campus WHEN: 11:45 a.m. INFO: For reservations by November 10, call 419-8985544 or 419-855-8131

Ribbon cutting for Guiding Hands Home Health Services

Holiday Vendor Show

Nov. 14 Nov.

chele Baily (the Queen), and Kaylee Phillips, the little Alice). Directed by Millie Butts, assisted by Bonnie Segaard, with musical direction by Louise Palmerton and choreography by Mary Ann Snider, “Alice” leads off Playmakers’ 65th Season. For a plot summary, go to www.pcplaymakers. org. The show runs two weekends, from Nov. 10-20. There will be two Sunday Matinees at 2 p.m.; all evening performances have

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Veterans get 10% Off a Meal on 11/11/11

Our Gratitude to all our Veterans VFW 2480

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Bless the Veterans Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am-noon or by appt.

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10A Thursday, November 10, 2011

The Beacon

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OPEN AUDITIONS for by John Patrick

Auditon Dates: Mon., November 21st and Tue., November 22nd, 7 PM Production Dates: Thurs., January 12th, through Sun., January 22nd, 2012

THERESA, the first nun—sweet & scatterbrained ANGELICA, the second nun—gracious & intelligent BENJAMIN, an inventive young man—attractive & audacious BOZO, a police officer, lowest rank—fourth grade elementary education TANIA, an art student—young & beguiling Faced with the responsibility of looking after their orphaned niece, these two middle- aged sisters have settled on the idea of impersonating begging nuns in order to send their niece to an art school in Europe, but as the play begins they have run into double trouble: an agile cat burglar is about to steal their illgotten gains, and a suspicious policeman has followed Theresa home with her collection bucket. However all is not as desperate as it seems; the young thief is a medical student who steals to pay his tuition, while the cop is not above taking what he can on the side. So, the four join forces for some inspired larceny. Then the niece shows up unannounced. The sisters now have to “go straight”, which means going broke, and all sorts of hilarious misunderstandings then occur. In the end Tania is not what her aunts believed her to be; she really is an accomplished art forger who has considerable earnings piling up interest in a Swiss bank account. Directors: MARGOT MCCANN (419-967-0449) & RICHARD RENN (419-341-1843)

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SPORTS

Thursday, November 10, 2011 1B

66th Laker football banquet

GOLFER SIGNS WITH HEIDELBERG Port Clinton High School senior Kevin Hiller signed on to play golf next year at Heidelberg. Hiller was part of the 2011 SBC Championship Team. Hiller (seated) is shown here with Coach Rick Dominick, Cathy Hiller, Alex Hiller and Assistant Coach Phillip Bolte.

SBC All Conference Football First Team Defense • Adam Losie, senior lineman, Oak Harbor • Joe Mallernee, senior linebacker, Oak Harbor • Brian Mallernee, senior defensive back, Oak Harbor

First Team Offense • Mark Konieczny, junior running back, Oak Harbor • Steve Wingo, senior receiver, Port Clinton • Allen Boss, senior center, Oak Harbor • Ryan Helle, senior guard, Oak Harbor

Second Team Defense • Chouinard Stransky, senior lineman, Port Clinton • Chris Overfield, senior line-

backer, Port Clinton • Joe Escobedo, senior defensive back, Port Clinton

Second Team Offense • Brian Mallernee, senior quarterback, Oak Harbor • Diante Laurel, senior end, Port Clinton • Joe Mallernee, senior receiver, Oak Harbor • Ben Petersen, senior center, Port Clinton

Honorable Mention Oak Harbor: Alex Bergman, Austin Wiegand, A.J. Cecil, Kaleb Maguire, Nate Segaard Port Clinton: Robert Beck, Andrew Leidheiser, Cody Smith, Jacob Carrisales, Addison Rospert

BY MARY ANN MONAK The Marblehead VFW Post 7572 honored the Danbury High School football team at the 66th consecutive banquet at the post Saturday, Nov. 5. Guests at the head table were water boy Cole Heffernan, Head Coach Tim Heffernan, Board of Education Representative Diane Conte, Principal Karen Abbot, Athletic Director Drew Davie, guest speaker Coach Gary Quisno, Master of Ceremonies former Laker player and Athletic Director Dennis Bird, Commander Bob Peroni and VFW Comrades Bob Dewey, Lu Hamit Chaplain Rodney Zehfus and Bob Sobolewski. Post guests were photographer John Kozak and historian Mary Ann Monak. Comrades Terry Rahner, and Dave Groene, Past Commanders and Laker players when the Stone crushers Vince Adams and Dan Monak. Master of Ceremonies Denny Bird welcomed the guests of the evening followed by the Pledge of Allegiance; invocation and prayer for our troops was offered by Chaplain Rodney Zehfus. The banquet dinner was then served by Ladies Auxiliary President Debbie Garrard with members Jean Dewey, Alice Peroni, Carol Hamit, Lilah Groene, Camille Sobolewski, Colleen Rahner, Vickie Kozak, Jennifer Bishoff, and Jessica Garrard. The Kitchen Patrol volunteers were Comrade Mike Prichard; Men’s Auxiliary President Mike Garrard and member Paul Hallier. The Laker guests of honor introducing their fathers or sponsors were: Seniors — Cory Schenk, Lucas Kennedy, Mike Ward, Justin Tester, Ben Adams, Brandon Burke. Juniors — Brandon Bahnsen, Zack Kalinoski, and Tyler Dray. Sophomores — Cody German, Keegan Rakosky, Austin Morin, and Jim Chamber-

PHOTO BY JOHN KOZAK

Lucas Kennedy (front left), outstanding back; Justin Tester, sportsmanship award and Ben Adams, outstanding lineman, with Post Commander Bob Peroni (back left), guest speaker Gary Quisno and head football coach Tim Heffernan. lein. Freshmen — Caleb Gerber, James Dorko, Taylon Molnar, Ken Fleming, Ryan Chapman, and John Brooks. Players junior David Gast, sophomores Cooper Eller and John McClellan, freshmen Mike Stys and Shay Rickard, and senior Greg Willis did not attend, and they were missed. Special comments by Athletic Director Drew Davie noted the different season; with the exciting positive direction of our determined team, with the assistance of a great coaching staff. A monetary gift for the Athletic Department was presented to Director Davie. Coach Tim Heffernan introduced his coaching staff Bryan Dudash, Steve Adams, John Kosa Jr. and Jeff Bahnsen; he spoke about traditions, like the VFW sponsorship of their yearly honorary banquets and of football. He emphasized the pride and compassion for his team. Highlighted their accomplishments and thanks for a wonderful sea-

son. Former Laker Coach Guest Speaker Gary Quisno was 22 years old when he became head coach at Danbury. He recalled several events and noted that success is self satisfaction that you gave you best. Commander Peroni presented individual football photographs to each senior player. The Outstanding Line Trophy was awarded to Ben Adams and the Outstanding Back Trophy to Lucas Kennedy. The Sportsmanship Trophy was awarded to future U.S. Marine Justin Tester, whose hard work, discipline, and accomplishments in football will hopefully assist him in the future. Among the banquet guests was former football player and graduate of Danbury, of West Point, and veteran of the U.S. Army, Major Dean Dorko. Thank you to the Danbury Football Team, their coaches, and sponsors for attending the VFW’s 66th year of proud recognition.

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2B Thursday, November 10, 2011

OTTAWA OUTDOORS n BUSINESS

Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge The following events are coming up at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge on Ohio 2:

Naturally Speaking Come to Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge to learn about the vast wildlife diversity and beautiful landscape of the world’s longest hardwood forested plateau at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. Dr. Sean Blomquist, Wildlife Biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will share photos of birds, plants, fish, mussels, salamanders, fungi and other species, and fascinating facts and natural history of Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau. The forests and rivers of the Cumberlands are among the most biologically diverse habitats in the world, and host a variety of wildlife species, many of which are only found in that region. This educational program is free and open to the public, and is part

of the refuge’s Naturally Speaking seminar series, typically held on the second Sunday of each month. For information about this or other refuge programs, visit www. fws.gov/midwest/ottawa or call 419-898-0014.

Auto Tour Drive through 7 miles of the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge that are normally closed to the public. Weather permitting, the auto tour route will be open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. Drive at your own pace as you travel along a well-marked route, following a selfguided tour brochure found at the route entrance. Stop at the refuge’s Visitor Center to explore hands-on exhibits

and watch a short film about the natural and cultural history of the Lake Erie marsh ecosystem and the Great Black Swamp. For more information about these or other refuge programs, go to www.fws.gov/midwest/ottawa or call 419-898-0014.

Trails closed All trails at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge will be closed Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19-20, and Monday through Thursday, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, for safety reasons during controlled deer hunts. The refuge’s visitor center will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on those days. For information, call 419-898-0014 or visit the refuge website, www.fws. gov/midwest/ottawa.

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Bolte Realtors earn high honors Pat Postma, CRS, and Corky McIlrathFlint,  both of Bolte Real Estate, have been awarded the 2011 President’s Sales Club Award of Distinction from the Ohio Association of Realtors. This honor is bestowed on members who generate at least $2.5 million in sales for the year. Postma and McIlrath-Flint join an elite group of only 15 realtors in the five-county Firelands Association of Re- POSTMA altors (Ottawa, Erie, Sandusky, Huron and Seneca) who achieved this level of sales for 2011, and one with membership comprised of less than 10 percent of Ohio’s Realtor community. The OAR awarded the 2011 President’s Sales Club Award of Achievement designation to Bolte Realtors Marti Redmond, Phillip Bolte, Fonda Risner and

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Shores & Islands earns marketing honors Lake Erie Shores & Islands, the destination marketing organization for travel and tourism in Erie and Ottawa counties, was recently honored for its advertising and marketing campaigns. Three RUBY Awards were presented to the organiza-

tion’s leaders at the recent Ohio Conference on Tourism, held Oct. 26–28 at Kalahari Resort in Sandusky. The annual RUBY Awards competition is the Ohio Travel Association’s way of honoring those who have found the most in-

novative and creative ways to market their destination, attraction or services. RUBY stands for Recognizing Uncommon Brilliance. Nearly 150 entries were submitted by 40 travel and tourism entities in 15 different categories. Entries were judged by

Port Clinton, Marblehead, Catawba Island and Oak Harbor readers choose The Beacon by more than 3-1 as their preferred source for community news. • 97.2% of residents in this market report they receive The Beacon every week. • 81.2% of residents in this market report they read The Beacon every week. • 75% of residents in this market report they buy goods and services advertised in The Beacon every week.

Nearly 44,000 people visited our Web Site www.thebeacon.net in October totaling over 1.5 million hits!

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three professionals representing marketing, printing and branding firms. Lake Erie Shores & Islands was awarded a first place RUBY Award for the “Unplug to Recharge” radio advertisement and a Citation of Excellence (Ruby runner-up) for the Lake Erie Shores & Islands mobile website. The most prestigious award received was the Delegates Choice Award, voted on by industry peers attending the Ohio Conference on Tourism. It was given to Lake Erie Shores & Islands for the “Unplug to Recharge” print advertising and billboard campaign. This was the second consecutive year that LES&I has won the Delegates Choice Award. The awards were accepted by Lake Erie Shores & Islands East Executive Director Joan Van Offeren and Lake Erie Shores & Islands West Executive Director Larry Fletcher. On hand for the presentation were representatives from Ron Foth Advertising and DigiKnow, the firms that helped create these award-winning marketing efforts. “The LES&I team is thrilled to be recognized by our peers with this designation again,” said Van Offeren.  The LES&I “Unplug to Recharge” campaign was also recently recognized with awards from the Ohio Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus. Kalahari Resort also was presented with two Citations of Excellence: one for the resort website redesign and one for the “Kalahari Pays the Way” social media campaign.


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BUSINESS

Thursday, November 10, 2011 3B

with GARY COON

Financial Focus

WARNING When investing, ‘face to face’ beats fingers on a keyboard

SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2011

These days, you can purchase just about anything you want on the Internet. However, you can still benefit from a human, face-to-face experience for some purchases — such as your investments. And that’s why you may want to work with a financial professional. Unlike a computer interface, a financial professional will take the time to truly know your situation today — and then help you make adjustments tomorrow. Let’s first look at two key areas a financial professional will consider today: • Your risk tolerance — By asking the right questions, a financial professional can help you determine if you’re a moderate, conservative or aggressive investor and then recommend those investments that are suitable for your risk tolerance. • Your time horizon — If you’re saving for a down payment on a new home you expect to purchase within two or three years, you may want an investment that offers significant preservation of principal. But if you’re saving for retirement, and you’re three decades away from it, you’ll likely need investments that offer the potential for growth. Your

financial advisor can help you choose the mix of short- and long-term investments that can help you make progress toward all your goals. Now, let’s look at the types of milestones that a financial professional can help you with as your life progresses: • New child — When you bring a new child into your life, you also add new responsibilities. Do you have sufficient life insurance? Do you plan on helping the child pay for college? If so, what college funding vehicles should you consider? A financial professional can help you answer these questions. • New spouse — Whether you’re getting married for the first time, or you’re remarrying, you’ll have to reconcile your financial picture with that of your new spouse. A financial professional can review both your situations and possibly recommend ways for you to reduce debt, eliminate redundancies in your investment portfolios and consolidate insurance coverage. • Career change — When you change jobs, you may have to make many investment-related decisions: Should you move the assets from your old employer’s 401(k) to an IRA? Or should you roll over your old

401(k) to your new employer’s plan, if a rollover is allowed? Knowing your options when you leave your job can help you make the right choice for your retirement savings. A qualified financial professional can help you review and understand your rollover options. • Retirement — Once you retire, you’ll have several issues to consider: How much can you withdraw from your investments each year? From which accounts? Should you rebalance your portfolio to provide more potential sources of income? What about the transfer of your wealth? A financial professional who is familiar with your situation can help you make the right moves to enjoy the retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned. So, when you really want to invest, leave the “virtual” world behind and connect with a financial professional — someone who has gained insight into your individual needs and who has the experience and expertise to help you build, maintain and adjust a portfolio that can help you move toward your goals. nnn

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

BOLTE from 2B Monica Camarata. This recognition is granted to those achieving at least $1,000,000 in sales for the past year. The OAR awarded 1,650 of its 28,000 members “President’s Sales Club” designations in four recognition levels for outstanding sales performance in the real estate industry. These Realtors are members of a group of only 28 agents in the fivecounty area to achieve this level of success.

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Terra marketing dept. honored The National Council for Marketing and Public Relations has recognized Terra State Community College for outstanding work in marketing. At its District 3 regional conference in October in Detroit, NCMPR awarded Terra a bronze Medallion Award in the single ad category for its television advertisement titled, “Shower Scene.” “Our fall enrollment campaign provided vignettes that portray access to classes and faculty as convenient and flexible in a humorous and exaggerated fashion,” said Mary Mc Cue, director of marketing and auxiliary services. “The overriding message is the convenience factor provided by day, evening, weekend and online classes.”  The commercials were a collaborative effort between Terra and Hanson Inc. of Toledo and included Terra faculty member Michael Shirtz as the professional voice over. Humor was definitely the medium. “Humor, fun and levity are powerful communications tools that tell the marketing story to the viewing audience creatively,” Mc Cue said. “All marketing is about satisfying the needs of the customer.  And, in this case, the customer here happens to be current students and future students interested in a convenient college schedule, one that revolves around the student.” The Medallion Awards are modeled after the national NCMPR Paragon Awards to recognize outstanding achievement in college communications. Terra has a history of winning both Medallion and Paragon awards despite competing against colleges with larger marketing departments in major metropolitan areas such as Cleveland Columbus, Chicago and Indianapolis.  NCMPR is the only organization of its kind that exclusively represents marketing and public relations professionals at community and technical colleges. The organization has more than 1,550 members from more than 650 colleges across the United States, Canada and other countries.  Terra will now compete at the national level going up against the largest community colleges in North America. 

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Crosswinds Restaurant in Port Clinton is NOW HIRING Full and Part time, year- round employment. Immediate openings include Line Cooks ($11/Hr), Pizza Cooks ($10/Hr), and other positions may be available. Please apply between: 5pm and 9 pm Mon-Fri or Noon – 9 pm Sat-Sun at 280 SE Catawba (Rt 53), Port Clinton, Ohio

Bethesda Care Center, a non-profit Volunteers of

America long-term care facility in Fremont, OH has the following positions available for immediate hire:

Cook (full-time; includes some days and afternoons and every other weekend) Asst. Director of Nursing - RN (salaried full-time position) PRN RN (requires 2 shifts per month and some on-call) For details or to apply, visit 600 N. Brush St. Fremont. No phone calls please. EOE

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

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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 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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Counseling The Giving Tree - www.givingtreecounseling.com

Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities www.ocbdd.org

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CLASSIFIEDS Manufactured Homes MFG’D HOMES FOR SALE in nice Lakeside-area park with marina. Contact park owner at 419-798-5103 or visit www.northshoreestatesandmarina.com Homes for Rent NEWLY REMODELED 2 Bedroom Ranch Style Home For Rent. Lakeside Area. $700/Month Plus Utilities. 330.352.6676 HOME FOR LEASE on boat slip in Port Clinton. Furnished Two bedroom $500/mo 330-416-5619

COTTAGE PUBLIC AUCTION TOUSSAINT RIVER ASSOCIATION Saturday - November 19, 2011 4:07PM 4951 N State Route 2 (Lot # 11) Oak Harbor, Ohio  

Directions: Toussaint River Association 4951 N State Route 2 East of Davis Besse, the association driveway is east and adjacent to Dean’s Place drive-thru parking lot on the north side of State Route 2. VEWING DATE: Saturday November 5, 2011 3:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. COTTAGE DETAILS: Vinyl sided 25’x24’, 600 square foot, w/11’x16’ enclosed porch; Kitchen/Living room, 23’x11’, finished in Pine tongue & grove siding; Front room, 11’x9’; Bedroom, 11’x9’; Bathroom w/shower. The kitchen includes a pantry, refrigerator, & electric range. Heat provided by propane vent less heaters. Cistern for the water supply, and aeration septic system for waste. The river dock is shared with the adjacent property. REAL ESTATE / FEES: The Real Estate will not be sold. The lot is owned by the Toussaint River Association (TRA). A member of the TRA will be available to explain the fees and workings of the TRA. TERMS & CONDITIONS: The property will transfer with a Bill of Sale. The Toussaint River Association, Attorney Jim Restivo, will handle the transfer. A 7% Buyer’s Premium or a minimum of $2,000 Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final bid price. The successful bidder will make a $2,000 NON REFUNDABLE down payment at the close of the Auction, payable to Baker Bonnigson Realty & Auctioneers, Inc with the balance due within 30 days or sooner. Property is being sold “AS IS” with NO WARRANTIES of any kind. Baker Bonnigson Realty & Auctioneers, Inc. are agents for the Seller. This sale is NOT CONTINGENT upon financing, so make sure you are qualified and able to pay the balance at closing.

Owner: Toussaint River Association Baker Bonnigson Realty & Auctioneers, Inc Clyde, Ohio 43410 419-547-7777 Auctioneers: Bill Baker, Ken Bonnigson & Dean A Smith Auction Day Phone: 419-624-7814, 419-3557117 or 419-355-6024 www.bakerbonnigson.com

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$68,000 – Energy efficient story 3 BR/2BA bungalow w. attached SALEone PENDING garage and full basement. Updated interior $89,900 – New construction 3BR/2BA home with covered porch on SOLD large corner lot. $79,900 – 2 story bungalow w. full basement, garage, fenced yard, SOLD and lots of craftsmen charm $179,900 – Lakefront community SOLD condo! 3BR/2BA, bright and open w. patio, & 1 car garage. $39,900 - Quality doublewide 3BR/2BA, carport, oak cabinets, porch, SALE PENDING shed, and all appliances. $325,000 – 23 acres w. 2-3 BR duplex apartments, and nice barn on PENDING Catawba. Make your SALE own wine! $199,000 – 2 BR/2BA condo w. Lakeview, In-ground pool close to PENDING unit, and garage. WalkSALE to Sandy Beach. $150,000 – 3 BR/2BA ranch home w. cedar siding, and 2 car garage SALE PENDING w. golf club and pool at entrance $50,000 – Investment! 2, 1 story units with immediate income. Good SOLD tenants, 1 unit 3BR, 1 unit 1 BR $124,000 –Gem Beach. Furnished 3BR/1BA cottage, Sandy beach just yards away, and MarinaSOLD onsite $74,900 – View of lake & marina. SOLD Well established neighborhood on Catawba Is. 100’x150’. $399,900 – Lakeview, Sandy Beach, Dockage, 3 BR/3.5 BA condo w. SOLD all the amenities.

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6B Thursday, November 10, 2011

REAL ESTATE

The Beacon

“I Sell Views”

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Real Estate Transfers

Broker Associate Homes of Distinction Specialist Office: 419-798-5132 Cell: 419-341-0276

Week ending Nov.  

Sharon Woodson, CRS

Allen Township • 11-3-11 Rebecca L. Helman to Herman T. and Vicki S. Geisel, 4781 N. Reiman Road, $238,000. • 11-3-11 Fannie Mae to Janice R. Sheahan, 6980 N. Nissen Road, $54,900.

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Clay Center Corp • 11-1-11 Habitat for Humanity of Ottawa County to Mary K. Lewis, 545 Main St., $85,000.

Benton Township • 11-1-11 JBI Corp. to Jamey T. and Kelly L. Metroff, 15645 W. True Road, $71,500.

OAK HARBOR - 105 N. WEXFORD

Rob & Joy Ault

Carroll Township

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• 11-4-11 Gilbert and Dianna Crabtree to Gregory and Robin Ulmer, 6626 N. Earl St., $60,000.

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Clay Township • 11-1-44 CitiMortgage to Marilyn Conley, 955 N. Reiman Road, $38,000.

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• 3BR 2.5BA Waterford Place Subdivision 1992 Custom Built Home with many upgrades. • Newer appliances throughout. • Eat in kitchen and island with new flat cook top. • Lots of skylights, open floor plan, spacious bedrooms and a great screened-in porch for relaxing in the evening overlooking stocked pond. $294,000.

PORT CLINTON - 1923 E. YACHT PORT BEACH #4-2 • 2BR 2BA Lake front condo w/grassy area out your door & sandy beach just steps away! • Magnificent ground floor unit completely remodeled in 2002. • Patio converted to year-round living area. • Attached garage w/access directly into your unit. • $269,900.

Catawba Township • 11-1-11 William F. Moore Jr. to Brian T. Reinhardt, 4693 E. Woodland drive, $162,500.

Danbury Township • 10-31-11 Mark S. and Lisa M. Kowalski to Louis A. and Mary J. Trenka, Lot 85 Bay Haven Estates, $230,000. • 11-3-11 Carol S. Bixler to Marilyn N. Bockbrader and Judith A. Bockbrader, 8015 Rollie Drive, $170,000. • 11-4-11 Connie L. Bradley to Bruce H. and Nancy Brandeberry, 1905 Nan Ave., $415,000. • 11-4-11 Martin A. Veverk to Terrance Nicholson, 1855 Arlington, new split $5,000.

Marblehead Corp • 10-31-11 Bay Point Resorts, Inc. to Kip E. and Christina M. Bolon, 125 Cove Court Drive, $457,223.

Erie Township • 11-3-11 Troy A. Ernsthausen to Bank of America, 7 N. Schooner point, $90,000.

Portage Township • 10-31-11 Winkoe, LLC to Larry D. and Gerri E. Rowe, Unit 201 North Coast Storage, $49,700. • 11-4-11 Jeffrey C. and Michelle M. Wear to Harry F. and Virginia C. stinger, Unit 136 Catawba Storage, $37,500.

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PORT CLINTON - 33 SCHOONER POINT #33 • Turnkey Furnished Townhome in a Lakefront community with sandy beach and 35’ Dock in Marina and direct access to Lake Erie. • New TV included w/full price offer! • Open floor plan, good size bedrooms. • Washer & Dryer 1st floor. • Patio w/carport & storage for patio furniture, fishing gear, etc. • $139,900.

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Port Clinton City • 10-31-11 Shane E. and Lane E. Smith to Tony D. and Samantha R. Capodice, 319 Monroe St., $82,500. • 10-31-11 Anchors Away Properties, LLC to 17 Monroe St., LLC, 124-128 W. Perry Street, $150,000. • 11-1-11 Karl J. and Eleanor Honsperger to Elizabeth L. Sutherland, 610 Jackson Drive, $62,000. • 11-4-11 Homesales, Inc to Roger W. Nienberg, 406 E. Fourth St., $24,000.

Put-in-Bay Village School • 10-31-11 John A. Whelan to Scott A. and colleen R. Tullius, 1605 Langram Road, $200,000.

*New Listing* Marblehead • Travel trailer w/stick built addition! • Dockage available on East Harbor • 2 bed 2 bath furnished • $10,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188

Marblehead • West Harbor Marina • Over 100 filled docks/gas, marina, store • www.LakeErieLife.com • $750,000 terms available • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769

Marblehead • 4 + bedroom – 2 full baths • 2 + car garage w/storage • Close to Lakeside/add'l lot available • $199,900 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188

Marblehead • Lake views from most rooms • Amish built w/open floor plan • Howardhanna.com/20115182 • $344,900 • Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579

Marblehead • West Harbor Landings waterfront • 3 bed 2 bath manufactured home • See on www.LakeErieLife.com • $264,900 • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769

Marblehead • 2 bed/1 bath with water view! • Close to marinas • Low cost, low maint, move in now! • $52,000 • Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188

Salem Township • 10-31-11 Elden E. Leow to Alan E. and Sandra A. Hopfinger, 1639 S. Ohio 19, $93,000.

Oak Harbor Corp • 11-4-11 Fifth Third Bsnk to Richard and Gail Bickelhaupt, 152 Coopers Trail, $16,000.

Your

Place at the lake Catawba • Impeccable 2BD/2BA1st floor condo • Sunroom w/FP overlooks view of water & golf course • Beautiful w/many updates, 1 c garage, great value! • $89,000 • Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144

Marblehead • View of Sandusky Bay • 2 bed 1 bath/large garage • See on LakeErieLife.com • $99,000 • Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769

Catawba ��� 2 bed 2 bath - private patio • Corner condo w/1023 sf • www.howardhanna.com/20112848 • $99,900 • Ted/Cathy 419-563-4968

Catawba • Quality built home on large lot • 4 bed 3 bath plus bonus room • Zoned heating & cooling • $288,900 • Dan Kukay 419-656-0138

Catawba • IMMACULATE 3 bed 2 bath ranch • 2+ heated gar./Private back yard • www.4497Peachton.HowardHanna.com • $218,500 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4345

Catawba • Includes home, deeded lot & dock • $79,900 – qualifies for mortgage loan! • www.howardhanna.com/20115668 • Glenna Bender 419-341-1579

Port Clinton • Country living close to the Bay • 2 bed 1 1/2 bath • Newly remodeled, very cute! • $79,900 • Karmen/Ed 419-656-9188

Port Clinton • Turnkey Lakefront condo • Walk to Jet Express • www.CallSueP.com • $127,000 • Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945

Put In Bay • 175 ft of frontage on Lake Erie • 4 bed 2 bath home on 3.9 acres • Zoned commercial - many uses • $989,000 • Dan Kukay 419-656-0138

Discover the Nor’Easter Cove Luxury Waterfront Townhomes …minutes from the lake!

On Catawba Island Nor’Easter Cove Features & Benefits • Private Marina • Floating Dock Steps from your home • High Quality Construction • Fabulous Views of West Harbor • Olympic Size Pool • Nor’Easter Club Membership* • Public Water & Sewer

For more information please contact: Bill Van Der Giessen PH: 419-656-4300 www.noreastercove.com

Home Buyers Seminar - Learn more about financing and purchasing a property Sat., Nov. 12 from 11-12 p.m. Howard Hanna Catawba Office, 4054 E. Harbor Road, Port Clinton

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Office • 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 • 877-734-5751


The Beacon - November 10, 2011