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Mary Alice and I were so honored with a special Community Service Award from Otterbein North Shore Tuesday. Pictured here are (L-R) Otterbein North Shore Administrator Rhonda Wolpert, John and Mary Alice Schaffner, retiring Otterbein CEO Don Gilmor, and Board Member Paul Lockwood. Also honored was St. Joseph Catholic Church, winning the 2nd Mile Church Award; Concept Rehab, Inc., winning the Vendor of the Year Award; Anna Glasmire, Volunteer of the Year and Forest Carter, Philanthropist of the Year.
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Mary Alice and I just got back from attending the Annual Conference of the Association of Free Community Papers in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. No doubt, you have heard much about the demise of newspapers. You don’t have to look far to see what is happening. I have now spent close to 30 years in the Free Newspaper business, and based on what I learned in Myrtle Beach, our industry is thriving and looking for growth, in spite of our economic woes. We have built a model where we can own and improve community information websites without pillaging our local “paid” circulation. I heard while driving from Toledo Airport to home on Monday that “paid” circulation papers lost 7% of their circulation just in the last six months. We are in the midst of a great “sea change” in the newspaper industry. However, prospects for the Free Community Paper model continue positive. Just don’t confuse one with the other. ––––––––– We had 133 entries in our Find Wylie contest this week. Our winner is Geri Lohman of Catawba who found Wylie in the Oak Harbor Golf Club ad on page 6A last week. Our “Win it on the Web” Contest winner this week is Virginia Kihlken chosen from 106 entries. Geri wins a $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores and Gini wins $20 in gift certificates from Cleats. We’ll hide Wylie again this week and when you find him, fill out the Find Wylie Ad and drop it at our office (Beacon Place Shopping Center, next to Goodwill) or … click on Wylie on our website homepage, www.thebeacon.net or … click on the “Win it on the Web” icon. You could be our next winner. ––––––––– Lisa Underwood gave us our first ideas as to what could be done with the new “Green” Beacon newspaper delivery bags. She suggests making bows for your holiday trees, colorful and weather proof! Great idea, Lisa! ––––––––– Habitat for Humanity’s “Application Day” will be this Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to Noon at Trinity Methodist Church on Adams Street in Port Clinton. If you ever wanted to win your own home, but couldn’t quite make it financially, this could be a great opportunity. For more information, call Habitat for Humanity at 419-734-7074. ––––––––– A free workshop to develop skills to turn a layoff into meaningful employment will be conducted by Joan Washburn this Wednesday, May 5 from 6-9 p.m. or Thursday, May 6 from 9 a.m. to Noon at the Sutton Center in Port Clinton. Joan has 27 years of successful sales, marketing and executive management experience and is a certified life coach. ––––––––– The Port Clinton Women’s Club will hold its annual spring Mother-to-Mother Sale this Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to Noon at the Port Clinton Knights of Columbus Hall at 109 E. Perry Street. Admission is 50-cents or a donation to the St. Vincent DePaul Society food pantry. ––––––––– The Immaculate Conception youth Group is selling Little Caesars Pizza kits until Friday, May 8. If you don’t know any of their members, you can order by calling Carol Fox at 419-734-1239. ––––––––– I got a nice note from Don Caldwell, who lives in Lakeside. He noted with all of the talk and political posturing about water-boarding and such, remember that it was just 67 years ago when a number of local soldiers got captured in the Philippines at the start of World War II, and were forced to endure the Bataan Death March…lest we forget. –––––––––
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Wagoner Hosts Town Hall Friday State Senator Mark Wagoner will be holding an open door meeting on Friday, May 1, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Ida Rupp Library to provide an opportunity for his constituents to meet with him and to share ideas and concerns regarding state government issues. As a member of the Senate Finance & Financial Institutions Committee, Wagoner is playing an integral role in the development of the state’s two-year budget bill - House Bill 1. Though the bill is still pending in the Ohio House, Senators have begun informal hearings, recognizing that with a slow economy, limited resources and a deadline of June 30, this year’s budget will be especially challenging to pass. “From the school funding plan to concerns about the use of one-time federal funds to balance the state budget, there are a lot of issues on the table that could have a major impact on the people I represent,” Wagoner said. “I hope that this open door meeting will enable my constituents to share their views about the budget and any other issues affecting them.” The Ida Rupp Library is located at 310 Madison St, Port Clinton, OH 43452. Those who cannot make it on Friday, may always contact Senator Wagoner at his Columbus office via e-mail: email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org; via phone: (614) 466-8060 or by mail: Senator Mark Wagoner, Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
DD The Duck No Longer Making Rounds DD the Pekin duck was hatched in April of 2007 and brought to the Wolfe family in early June that year. DD was raised by former Port Clinton Yacht Club caretaker Dick Wolfe. We are sorry to report that DD, Port Clinton's "Duck in the Truck" passed on last week.
Spring into Boating This Weekend Ken Alvey, President of the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association, cannot think of a better location than the Catawba Island Club in Port Clinton for a spring boat show. “The location is perfect,” he said while drawing up plans for the fifth annual Catawba Island Boat Show that will be held May 1-3. “The golf course, restaurant, tennis courts and other amenities are all located right on the water, making it easy for us to come in and put on a boat show with fun attractions.” There will be no charges for admission or parking, features Alvey hopes will appeal to the public in
the current economic downturn. At no cost, visitors will be able to board and even test drive a broad selection of power and sail boats that will be displayed in the water and on land. Additionally, preparations are being made to host some golf and wine-themed activities. The event serves the Lake Erie islands region that has one of the highest numbers of boats per capita and greatest densities of boats
PC Schools Hire Middle School Principal After a state-wide search, Port Clinton Middle School will have a new principal in August 2009. At the April 21 Board of Education meeting, Carrie Sanchez was hired to replace retiring middle school principal Bob Nobles. The selection committee consisted of Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, district administrators and Board of Education members, plus a panel of middle school teachers. Sanchez is currently employed by the Bellevue School District as the Director of Choral Activities. She has also served as President of the Bellevue Education Association, Director of Dramatics and Co-Coordinator of the High Schools That Work/ Making Middle Schools Work Reform Initiative at Bellevue Schools. She was chosen for the position from over 40 applicants. Sanchez received her Bachelor of Arts in Education from Ohio Northern University and her Masters in Educational Administration from Bowling Green State University. "We look forward to the energy, enthusiasm, and leadership that Carrie will bring to Port Clinton Middle School. She is a dynamic leader and we look forward to her joining our team.” stated Adkins. She met the Port Clinton Middle School staff last week after school and stated, "I am thrilled to work in the Port Clinton City School District, a district I have admired for many years.” She added, “It’s exhilarating to see such motivated teachers who are connected with students and student success.” Carrie Sanchez resides in Port Clinton with her husband Paul and two daughters.
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per acre of water in the entire Great Lakes Basin. Boating household expenditures in nearby counties are eight to ten times greater than the state average. “Boating is big here,” said Alvey. “We look at this as kind of a kick-off party for the 2009 boating season.” The boats will be docked in the Catawba Island Club Marina slips, allowing for easy access to both the club and the open water. Show hours are noon to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 1; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 2 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 3. Additional information can be found at catawbaislandboatshow. com.
Magruder Opens Urgent Care Unit Magruder Hospital is opening its urgent care service, located in the emergency department of the hospital, on Friday, May 1. Urgent care will be available seven days a week from Noon – 7:30 p.m. including holidays, and no appointment is needed. Jan Troeger, Magruder’s Vice-President of Nursing, said that a typical visit to urgent care would include minor types of medical conditions. “Things like ear infections, sprains, simple cuts, burns or the flu, are the types of conditions seen in urgent care,” said Troeger. When comparing the service to seeing a primary care physician, Troeger said urgent care is not a replacement. “This service is not something that is replacing the services of our area primary care physicians. Urgent care is a service for people who don’t have a life-threatening condition, but they cannot wait for an appointment to see their physician.” Adding the urgent care service stemmed from a marketing survey Magruder did in 2007. The survey showed the community wanted access to urgent care, and that those surveyed wanted the service to be located at the hospital. “I think most people felt that instead of having an urgent care service located away from the hospital, it would be better to have it in the emergency department. This way, if an urgent care need turns into an emergency, you are right where you need to be.” Troeger said that patients will be evaluated at Magruder’s emergency department, which will determine whether the medical condition is urgent care or an emergency. “We follow specific medical guidelines in determining what is urgent care and what is an emergency. Once again, that is the advantage of having Magruder’s urgent care within its emergency department,” said Troeger.
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SoundOff Dear Editor, The Friends of Port Clinton Parks have sent an appeal to all the residents of Port Clinton and area to assist in their project of restoring Lakeview Park. If you were missed and would like to donate, please contact Sharon Mefferd, Treasurer, 113 Clinton, OH 43452. We need help with the fundraising projects that are held in the park three times in the summer. We ask you to volunteer two hours or as much as you want. Your community needs you. Help keep Lakeview Park beautiful and fun for everyone. Caroline Droll Port Clinton Dear Editor, For anyone who hasn’t already heard about it, there’s a
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big controversy over a study made by Director of Homeland Security and former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano…because this study tells us that the greatest terrorist threat to America is its own military veterans, not the people we are fighting in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Needless to say, groups like the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard and the Coast Guard are stunned that such an assertion could be made. They question the methodology of the study and so far have gotten no real explanation. Apparently, Janet Napolitano herself is unsure of the study. So is participating agency the FBI. The only solution, then, is to enable these people to have first-hand knowledge of the situation. That would involve all of them serving in a combat zone in the above-named battlegrounds in order to learn whether serving in the military makes one a terrorist. The ship can load these people in a week. There’s no need for training, because they already know everything. Bon voyage and let us know what it’s like out there. Carl R. Goodwin Norwalk, OH
on September 5, 2009 at the Lakeview Park, Port Clinton. An attendee requested copies of a cookbook the UAW Local 497 women’s committee created, “UNITED WE COOK”. We have found a way to honor that request. As the years go by and time marches on, this cookbook contains recipes someone’s family member submitted. You can obtain a copy of this cookbook for the cost of printing - $5.20. Since the cookbook’s original’s printing, the publisher does not have the book in its system nor does the UAW Local 497 exist at this time. The cookbook is being copied by a local printer. This we feel keeps money in our local community. I say, “Think global but work local.” For one day a year we can eat together and catch up. We worked, fought, played and helped each other. After all, that is what families do. I wish everyone now going through or continuing to go through this difficult transition in their lives the very best. All Past Standard Products Employees… see you in September. To get a cookbook -Website: www.spreunion. info or contact Arlene at 419-732-2375. Patsy “Patti” Cook, Reunion Organizer Port Clinton
Dear Editor, Time does not stop. I feel for the individuals and companies that have to rethink, retool, and realign life as they know it to survive this trying time in our nation’s history. As most area people know, several years ago Standard Products closed. It had as many as 500 employees at one time. The company provided paid health insurance, holidays and a good living wage. In turn, we had money to spend and save, plus pay local, state, federal taxes. Most of us that worked there can absolutely relate to those who are now going through the process either for the first time in their life or again. Our annual Standards Products reunion is set for 1 p.m.
Dear Editor, Mon Ami Restaurant and Winery and The Salvation Army-Port Clinton Service Unit would like to thank Ottawa County and all of the supporters who contributed to the Ottawa County Food Drive held at Mon Ami Restaurant and Winery. Although the food drive is over, contributions are still coming in. Thanks to all who thought of others before themselves in today’s economy. Maureen M. Saponari Human Services Director The Salvation Army Port Clinton
Danbury Township Meeting Overview FRIENDS OF PORT CLINTON PARKS May 9 Friends are sponsoring a benefit pancake breakfast in the shelter house at Lakeview Park Donation $5.00 for adults $3.00 for children 8:00am to 11:30am Friends will welcome visitors to see the recent remodeled shelter house with much needed pull down doors.
At the regular meeting of the Danbury Township Board of Trustees held April 22 the following business was conducted: • Revisions to the safety policy were approved. • Further discussion was held regarding a barrier-free playground at Meadowbrook. Trustees tabled the issue until the property purchase is completed and a shelter house is built. • Revisions to the police policy were approved. • Trustees will ask the prosecutor to provide a response by April 28 regarding the mailbox issue on Mistic Bay Blvd. in
order to make a decision regarding paving of the road. • Trustees planned a special meeting for noon on Wednesday, April 29 for the purpose of deciding investment options for the money currently held in a CD that matures April 30 as well as to make a decision on road paving projects for 2009. • Bills in the amount of $39,973.51 were approved. • Police Chief Michael Meisler reported 243 incidents to date in April. • Zoning Inspector Rhonda Botti Sowers reported nine permits written to date in April.
May is National Tourism Month In 1984 following a joint resolution passed by the U.S. Congress, President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation establishing that one week each May would be designated as National Tourism Week. Citizens would be urged to observe that week with ceremonies and activities that recognized the economic, cultural and social benefits created by travel and tourism.
Each year since, the U.S. Travel Association has promoted this annual celebration and provided assistance to communities planning their own events. This year’s National Travel and Tourism Week will be celebrated nationally May 9-17 however the Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome Centers in Sandusky and Port Clinton will be holding a month-long celebration. Lake Erie Shores & Islands is a partnership between the visitor bureaus in Erie and Ottawa counties. Millions of people travel to this part of Ohio each year to enjoy the many family fun and outdoor recreation spots. Statistics show that these visitors spend $1.4 billion dollars annually and this spending touches nearly every type of business. Tourism dollars generally stay in the local economy and benefit each and every resident. During the month of May, area residents will be encouraged to get out and explore the many destinations in their home county and also “cross the bridge” to visit places in the neighboring county that they may not have experienced before. Doing this not only means an enjoyable day spent close to home, but helps our residents become better able to communicate to others just how special this area is. Helping promote the area is a way that residents can help bring additional tourism dollars to the region, and in turn benefit themselves. One way the visitor bureaus will be helping residents explore Lake Erie Shores & Islands is with special offers available with the new Shore Savings Card, a discount card that can be used at dozens of locations throughout the region. Card holders can save on attraction tickets, dining, lodging, golf, and many other activities. A special Cedar Point discount coupon is also included with the card. The Travel Planner is just one of the components of Lake Erie Shores & Islands’ 2009 marketing plan. This plan includes television, magazines, billboards, internet, public and media relations, and many other approaches. Audiences and geographic areas to which the Lake Erie Shores & Islands message will be shared are carefully selected and responses are tracked to make sure the choices are right. Everyone is invited to drop by one of the Welcome Centers this May to help celebrate National Tourism Month. Each Friday free refreshments will be offered and visitors will receive a little gift just for stopping in.
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Community Calendar If you would like to submit an event or change the information to our Community Calendar it should be in the office by Monday 3:30 p.m. Attn: Charlene Deyoe, 205 SE Catawba Rd., Suite G, Port Clinton, OH 43452 or Call 419-732-2154 Fax, 419-734-5382 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org SPECIAL NOTICES: Friday, May 8th at 6 p.m. GUIDED BIRD WALK, KAUFMAN PROGRAM & SONGBIRD BANDING DEMO! Patterns of Bird Migration in North America with Kenn Kaufman- Join Kenn Kaufman at OurGuest Inn & Suites, Port Clinton on May 8th or May 15th at 6 p.m. This event includes a guided bird walk at 8 a.m. on Friday before Kenn’s program and a songbird banding demonstration on Saturday at 10 a.m. Meet at the Observatory for these two parts of this event. Program fee is $25. Call Black Swamp Bird Observatory for your reservation at 419 898-4070. We accept credit card payment by phone. We are located at 13551 W. State Route 2, Oak Harbor Ohio 43449 Friday, May 8th at 8 p.m. Ohio Young Birders Club Benefit Concert & Raffle Mango Mama’s, Port Clinton, Ohio. Help us raise money for the OYBC! Buy a $10 ticket which gives you admission to the concert and a chance to win a one night stay in a Jacuzzi room at OurGuest Inn & Suites in Port Clinton Ohio. Tickets available at OurGuest Inn & Suites and Black Swamp Bird Observatory. For information about the Ohio Young Birders Club visit www. ohioyoungbirders.org Saturday, May 9th International Migratory Bird Day Events all day at the Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, and the Magee Marsh Boardwalk & Bird Center SUNDAY: ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE - Check with churches for Summer schedules. 7:30-10:30am Breakfast & Conversation, St. John Lutheran, 2nd & Adams St. coffee, flavored coffee, Hot Chocolate & Breakfast rolls. Join others in the area for a relaxing morning. Call Bill Fehnrich with questions 419-734-1116. 8:00am- Resurrection Lutheran Church- Coffee and Fellowship 2370 NE Catawba Rd.-Catawba Island 9:00am- Resurrection Lutheran Church- Worship and Sunday School 2370 NE Catawba Rd.Catawba Island NOON- AA at St. Thomas Episcopal Church undercroft, 214 E. 2nd St 4:30pm - BINGO- St. Boniface Church, 215 N. Church St., Oak Harbor doors open 4:30, Games begin 6pm. MONDAY: 6:15am-7:45am PCHS Natatorium Morning Swim Thru PC Rec. No school\No swim. 1 month $40, Seniors 65+ $20 or $2 per swim, $1 for seniors. Passes available at City Hall. 6:30am-AA Meeting-Resurrection Luth. Church-2370 NE Catawba Rd.-Catawba Island. 6:30-7:15am Danbury Local Schools Adult Swim. $2\adult. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims. 9:00am-Noon Food Pantry, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 165 Toussaint St. 419-8980852 (Open to anyone in BCS school district). NOON- AA at St. Thomas Episcopal Church undercroft, 214 E. 2nd St. 2:00 pm- Sit-Fit 55+ a 45 min. program designed for active agers. Strength, flexibility, balance and increased energy are built upon. Call; The Vineyard on Catawba: 419-797-3100 4:00-5:00pm Danbury Local Schools Arthritis Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims. 5:00-6:00pm Danbury Local Schools Open Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims. 5:00pm-Bingo at St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church, 507 E. Main St. Marblehead. 5:30-6:30pm Yoga for Intermediate/ Flexibility / Strength / Relaxation. At the Catawba Is. Community Center, 3307 NW Catawba Rd. Call to Register: Edwina Minor, Certified and Registered RYT 500. HM: 419-956-0375 / Cell 330256-0414. 5:30pm Magruder Conference Center: Cardio/ Pilates - 1/2 hour of aerobic exercise followed by 1/2 hour of Pilates core exercises. Bring a mat or towel. $3 per class 6:00-7:00pm Danbury Local Schools Rental Time. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims. 6:00pm Bay Area Toastmasters, Commodore Perry Inn & Suites, Banquet Room, PC 2nd & 4th of the month. Public welcome. 7:00pm -AL-ANON at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. 2nd & Jefferson St. 7:00pm-1st Monday/ea. month Women’s
8:30am - 1st Wed/Month Breakfast with April PC Senior Center East 3rd St. PC 12:00 - AA mtgs.@ St. Thomas Episcopal Church undercroft, 214 E. 2nd St. Port Clinton. 9:30 a.m. Women’s Bible Study - Boundries in Marriage at Chapel on the Lake 12:00 - Port Clinton Artists Club @ Ida Rupp Public Library. 5:00-6:00pm Danbury Local Schools Open Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims. 5:30pm - Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) #949. Oak Harbor Library Community Room, 147 W. Main St. Call 419-898-9205 for more info. 5:30-6:30pm Weekly Bible study Methodist Kids Club, ages 4-13, @Bible Methodist 150 Maple St, Port Clinton. 5:30pm Magruder Conference Center: Cardio/ Pilates - 1/2 hour of aerobic exercise followed by 1/2 hour of Pilates core exercises. Bring a mat or towel. $3 per class 6:00pm Marblehead Main Street Merchants mtg., @ Avery’s Café. Open to public. Meetings always held on 1st Wednesday of each month. 6:00pm-PC Nazarene Church, 205 W. 4th St, Dinner, Children, Teens, Adult Activities. 6:30pm- Jr. High & High School youth group at Chapel on the Lake. Contact Nathan and Elizabeth Davenport for more information. 7:00pm - Family Night @Erie Shores Assembly of God, 220 Gill Rd. 7:00-8:00pm Danbury Local Schools Adult only open swim. $2\adult. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims.
Group @ Faith Methodist, 5th & Jackson St. 7:00-8:00pm Danbury Local Schools Open Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes available $22.50\15 swims.
TUESDAY: 6:30am -AA Meeting-Resurrection Luth. Church -2370 NE Catawba Rd-Catawba Isl. 8:00am -Men’s Prayer Breakfast @ Trinity United Meth. Church, 135 Adams St., PC 8:15am- Walk the Halls to Fitness at Port Clinton High School Enter at the Performing Art Center by 8:30am Every Tuesday and Thursday when school is in session For more information call 419-732-2102 or email@example.com 9:00am -Woodcarvers meet @ St. John’s Lutheran Church. 9:00am- Authentic Man Study: Every first and third Tuesday of the month @ Chapel on the Lake Noon-Rotary Club at The Elk’s Lodge #1718, 231 Buckeye Blvd. 1:00pm -Euchre Games every 1st and 3rd Tues. of each month. Port Clinton Sr. Center, East 3rd St. Port Clinton. 1:30 pm- Quiet Strength Yoga- A unique blend of yoga postures and stretches. Perfect for 55+. Accented are balance, breathing and flexibility. Call: 419-797-3100 The Vineyard on Catawba for more information. 4:00-5:00pm Danbury Local Schools Open THURSDAY: Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes avail6:30am - AA Meeting, Resurrection Luth. able $22.50\15 swims. Church, 2370 NE Catawba Rd.-Catawba Isl. 5:30pm Weight Watchers, @Otterbein North 9:00am - NOON Food Pantry at St. Paul’s Shore Retirement Community, mtg. 6pm weigh United Church of Christ, 165 Toussaint St. Oak in at 5:30pm. Harbor 419-898-0852 (Open to anyone in BCS 5:30pm Magruder Conference Center: Strength school district). Training - Works all the major muscle groups. 10:00am- Women’s Bible Study; Daniel-Mary Bring a mat or towel. $3 per class Hall @ Chapel on the Lake 6:00-7:00pm Quiet Strength/ Yoga-lates at the 4:00-5:00pm Danbury Local Schools Open Vineyard on Catawba (Off West Catawba Rd.) Swim. $2\adult. $1/students. Swim passes availCommunity Room. Welcome anytime. Ques- able $22.50\15 swims. tions can be directed to Certified Instructor: 5:30pm Magruder Conference Center: Strength Toni Garrett 419-732-0992 Training - Works all the major muscle groups. 6:30-8:00pm Hatha yoga class, Gentle to the Bring a mat or towel. $3 per class experienced 25th year of teaching classes. @ 6:00pm-Trap and Skeet Shooting, Camp Perry Magruder Hospital 2nd floor Conf. Ctr.419-6352337. Call Linda Green for more info. 419-635-2337. 6:30pm -TOPS #1487 Resurrection Luth. Church. NE Catawba Rd., Catawba For More Info Call Marylou Carroll 7974283 Weigh in 6:30, mtg. At 7pm. 7:00pm Authentic Man Study: Every first and third Tuesday of the month @ Chapel on the Lake 7:00pmWo m e n’s Bible Studies; Song of Solomon- Marlene Jensen @ Chapel on the Lake. WS N NEW HOMETOW 7:30pm Council MeetRumor Take This ing, Council of Salt in a ra G a h it w Chambers 7:30pm Knight of Columbus 1st&3rd Tues the Watch ldss Change of old Ho Local Auxiliary each month, Bergeman Hall 109 E. Perry St. 8:00pm -AA @ St. John’s Lutheran Church Hall, Stone St., Marblehead.
Shooting Club. 6:00-7:00pm Quiet Strength/ Yoga-lates at the Vineyard on Catawba (Off West Catawba Rd.) Community Room. Welcome anytime. Questions can be directed to Certified Instructor: Toni Garrett 419-732-0992 6:30pm- Bingo at Immaculate Conception School Auditorium. 7:00pm- American Legion Post #113 Meetings 1st of each month. 118 Monroe St. 7:00pm - Marblehead Village Council meeting 2nd Thurs of each month. 7:00pm -TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter 1531 @ the Senior Citizens Center. 7:00pm- Stepping Out: A Journey Thru the Psalms of Ascent- Carolyn McDaniel @ Chapel on the Lake. 8:00pm - AA AL-ANON at Trinity United Methodist Church, 135 Adams St. FRIDAY: 6:30am- AA Meeting-Resurrection Luth. Church-2370 NE Catawba Rd, Catawba Isl. 7:30am Fremont Chapter of International Referral Network meets every Friday at Divinci’s Coffee House, 115 South Front St. Any business welcome. 10:00 AM- Sit-Fit 55+ a 45 min. program designed for active agers. Strength, flexibility, balance and increased energy are built upon. Call; The Vineyard on Catawba: 419-797-3100 2:00-5:00pm Care & Share Open, 924 Lake Street Gypsum. 7:00pm - Al Anon Meeting - St. John Lutheran Church-122 W. Ottawa St., Oak Harbor. 7:30pm - AA Resurrection Lutheran Church 2370 N. E. Catawba Rd. Catawba Island. 8:00pm - Oak Harbor Conservation Club “ Friday Night Pistol”. SATURDAY: 6:30am-AA Meeting-Resurrection Luth. Church, 2370 NE Catawba Rd., Catawba Isl. 8:00am-1:00pm Blood Drive at Catawba Island Hall, Community Rm, 3307 North West Catawba Rd. Appt. call Marcia Adams 419-734-6360. 8:00am- Men’s Breakfast-Chapel on the Lake @ Big Boppers, Rte 163, Marblehead. 8:00pm-AA at St. Thomas Episcopal Church undercroft, 214 E. 2nd St.
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Huron is buying the that the city of If you have heardyear due to increased costs,with this a problem less road salt There was, however, story is false. the Andrew White, supply and demand. City Manager for salt after adverAccording to y no bids was no matecity received absolutel year. “There simply 1st, 2009, so suppliers tising for it last tribefore January rial available The price for road salt actually shortage. could not bid.” of this same supply Street Supled in 2008 becauseHoppe, Huron City t with Thankfully, Dan able to obtain an agreemen short was 100 tons perintendant, 640 tons. not only to purchase an additional Erie County also purchase used only 560 tons in term, but to that the city ﬁll the city’s needs Considering supply should 2008, the current of safety for the 2009 season. the greatest degree ent In order to provide ity, the Street Departm commun intersecthroughout thes areas ﬁrst. These include They salts dangerou es, and the main thoroughfares. al streets. tions, overpass y roads and residenti the city then target secondarby saying; “Obviously, and this seriously, Mr. White closed of its citizens current takes the safety a top priority.” Given the the be continues to the city should be able to provide , salt inventory level of service this season. same or better
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by memwas honored formation Rollie Unckrich group since its Commander work with this Unckrich received the Outgoing Flotilla der Ofﬁcers for his to bers and visiting ago. Past Flotilla Commangrowing this new Flotilla for nal event: in Huron 2 years der of the Year” in 2008 day long educatio activism on the “Flotilla Comman as well as their and 22 + members tain John Smith Safety Day. the annual District Vice-Cap Huron Water Ed Monaco, ore, Bob Beall conducted in 2009 Captain unit District Rear Commod 09E-08-05. Guiding this mander Flotilla outgoing Division g and Vice-Cominstalled Ceremony for “Swearing In” Commander Jim “JT” Tremellin were also cers Ofﬁ will be Flotilla In addition, the Flotilla Staff busiest Coast George Poulos. ad being the for the year 2009. Guard Station Marblehe t of this Flotilla is no accig year remains With US Coast the Great Lakes, the placemen for the upcomin on Guard Station Guard’s primary mission g will continue this Flotilla’s Safe dent. The Coast n. Commander TremellinSafety Exams, conducting of awareness Boater Educatio g complimentary Vessel promoting public work by facilitatinfor the public, as well as 7 PM. The next Boating Courseson the water. each month at Public Library. nd Wednesday of safety near and 2 Huron the the 14, 2009 at The Flotilla meets this ﬂotilla, contact Wednesday January n OfAuxiliary and meeting will be ion on the USCGcltd.nett or the Public Educatio For more informat g at firstname.lastname@example.org y o ore Tremellin @ email@example.com thee Watch ceremon the Change of ner ceremony was Commod Christine Crawford 2008 marked dinner cer: ﬁ 13, The r with poinAuxiliary Flotilla. Saturday Decembe Coast Guard of Sandusky helping for the local US Yacht Club with Corso’s held at the Huron greenery. settias and holiday
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BY JOHN SCHAFFN ER store that located there BY JOHN SCHAFFN A partnership of square footage under in 1978. The total is still up in ER the air, but initial roof purchased by has purchased the Catawba Developers the group, including plans are Last week, when north end of the plaza The Sutton Center, to expand the Sutton Center’s ofﬁ I spoke that currently houstotals over 35,000 about the great dining ce space, plus create additional square feet. opes the John Fritz portunities in vate ofﬁces, storage ofﬁce space for pridowntown and possibly for some City/County GovPort Clinton, I forgot to retail related business. ernment Complex mention A La Carte Café Snyder says that at on Port Clinton’s the south end of the downtown group would like far east end. That at the Madison Street viaalso market the to announcem duct. Breakfast or ent was out lot located along East made Tuesday by the guarantee you will lunch, I Harbor Rd. (State father and son team money’s worth. But,get your just in Route 163) between of Bob and Brian case you’d like to do better, the First Federal SavSnyder, who own we have a coupon for ings building on That ought to help them this week on page 4A. Catawba Mini Storthe some. west and the buildage. They have part––––––––– ing owned by Norm nered with several We actually forgot Thayer that formerly week. Sorry about to hide Wylie Walleye last other local investors that. We have had housed The Sand sonnel changes here some per- to purchase the 4.5 Box Gift Store on the east. decided not to hide for the winter, so we have acre parcel of land along with the propPHOTO BY CHRIS continuing our “Win Wylie until April. We are erty that includes what is According to Bob MCBAIN-BERRY Presently, plans call now The Sutton an Snyder, plans call it on the Web” Contest. Center. for a complete renofor vation of the This week, we had expansion of the 116 The 25,000 square understand that there Sutton Center. “We store and Theexterior of the former Pharm Evelyn Benton who entries and our winner is foot Sutton Center to card from Friendshipclicked her way to a $20 gas used to house The Pharm building that agencies in the Suttonare a number of the ment the Governmen complediscount store, seeking Center that were t complex to the our next winner, just Food Stores. You might be has been empty for nearly south. For leasing additional ofﬁ information, contact net and click on the log on to www.thebeacon. the original location of a year. It was lieve we will be able ce space, and we be- Brian Snyder to at Snyder Group of a Food Town says “Win it on the Web” accommodate that,” Compaicon. Snyder. The ﬁnal use nies at 419-797-63 ––––––––– 03. of the building As part of a National Jeff Dornbusch vice held on Martin Day of Community SerSelected as Treasu Luther King Day this rer of Port Clinton day, January 19, United MonCity School Distric sponsoring a special Way in Ottawa County is t perishable food itemsfood collection drive. Nonmay be dropped Sutton Center in The Port Clinton Port Clinton or at off at the Center in Ottawa County. any Senior Board of Education City School District excellence.” as its new treasurer hired Jeff Dornbusch dent of the stated David Belden, Presi––––––––– Board of Education. at the Tuesday, January 13 board In spite of the horrible “His extensive experiences weather on Saturday, lected meeting. Mr. Dornbusch was se, both from business they had a very good turnout for the Catawba ﬁed from a ﬁeld of several highly quali- and educational settings, will help Island Bloodmobi applicants based bring innovation le. woman Linda Snyder,In fact, according to chair- and knowledge of upon his experience Treasurer.” and efﬁciency to the ofﬁce of school Belden continued, they were able to their quota for the “We have exceed a Masters in Educationa ﬁnance. He has been blessed to event. have l Administration outstanding contriand undergraduate butions from Jack ––––––––– degree in Business Coffman as our Acting Marketing from Bowling Archie Grifﬁn is coming & Green State Uni- Treasurer for the past two months, and to Oak Harbor! It another coup by the transition of duties is versity. Mr. Dornbusch the had previously to Jeff will begin takni group. He will be Ottawa County OSU Alum- been the controller for Bassett’s IGA, Gor- ing place next week.” 19 at Oak Harbor here on Thursday, February don Lumber Company Patrick Adkins, High Superintendent pearance of the only School to speak. The ap- the Treasurer of Benton and is currently Schools stated, of “Jeff Carroll Salem Lowinner will beneﬁt two-time Heisman Trophy cal School District. treasurer not only is a very well respected both in our area but across well as the Benton-Car the local Alumni Club as “The Port Clinton Board of Education the State of Ohio. We are very roll-Salem School dation. Tickets are fortunate Foun- is very excited to ﬁnd $25 a treasurer of Jeff ’s to have a person of Jeff ’s caliber as and $50 for the dinner for the dinner and speech stature after a thorough part of our team, and I look and autograph search process. forward to working you only want to with him.” hear him speak, thatsession. If We found strong mutual interests “I feel very fortunate in the only $5. For ticket pursuit of educational ticket is Dornbusch to have the opportuinformation call Louis will replace Dr. Paul and operational schroeder at 419-898-54 DamLock- nity to work for yet wood who recently 40. retired from the district. district in Ottawa another great school County” said Dorn––––––––– busch. The Oak House 2009 at Harbor Lanes on Bowl-A-Thon will be held February 8 from 1-4 BY MAYOR JACQUE more information p.m. For LINE A. BIRD bowler, contributor on participating either as a or sponsor, call Lisa our previous year. 419-734-4417. According However with our Byers at The year current connection 2009 celebrates to the ﬂyer sent out applications for tap Director Lisa Byers, by versary of the incorporati the 118th Anni- Marbleheads, the number could rise to 651 taps. The Water Departmen on of the Village of is Striking!!!” (Get “The Difference You’ll Make Marblehead. t has plenty of capacity Village of it???) additional growth. to take on On January 2, 1891 ––––––––– to be sound, in spite Financially, the Water Department continues State Representative of the many challenges hard work, dedicationour fore-fathers, through Water Revenue Jeff Wagner of Sycamore, placed before it. The who represents a of incorporation with and belief met their goal and continues Fund is operating within its couple projected budgets Southern-most Townships, of Ottawa County’s municipality. By Aprilthe establishment of our Next spring to support itself in compliance will be the speaker the next 4th Thursday at tration was formed of 1891, the Adminis- clarifying we will begin construction on a with state laws. Republican Lunch new tank that will work at the Port Clinton Griesser, Pres. Pro with: Mayor—Winslow ﬁer to assure in tandem with the solids contact Elk’s Lodge on BuckeyeBunch Tem—Tim Larkins, existing clariNo reservations necessary… Blvd. cilmen—Henry Pokey, Coun- This project our production capacity of 400 gallons just show up! For ey, William Schmidt John is per minute. being further information Burns, Jerry Tracdone due to a requiremen and Dan Griesser. , contact Joyce Murphy EPA that 419-734-3459. at Eberwine and Legal Advisor—SolomonVillage Clerk was George dancy all systems have sufﬁcient component t from the Ohio in the event of equipment s to assure redunOne of the ﬁrst plans Slauss. of action was to develop failures. Previous ––––––––– been ments and build a projects have Village Depart- lationcompleted along these same requiremen Village jail which of new feed pumps. ts, including instalopened Thus the dream for the village began and December 7, 1891. Along with the new I hope many of you 118 years later. continues to this day, chemical feed system clariﬁer, we will also be constructin remember my niece, Though the names g a new that incorporates have changed over redundanci the required Alison Wilford. Well, mains consistent with our fore-fathers the years, the goal re- age and es, a new block building for activated equipment she's now Alison carbon storEn- commonwealth as an enduring place to sustain our prominent to meet feed system, and other equipment right…and on Mon- current and future upgrades state standards and to dwell, work, and all Ohio EPA requiremen necessary day, she gave birth the soul of each generations. This mission is deeply visit for upgrades are all a result ts. These of EPA requiremen seeded in elected ofﬁcial, employee, to her second child, and visitor to volunteers, resident to not only comply with all requiremen ts and are being done the municipality. we ts, will Though but Mason Christophe be to mains able to continue delivering also assure funding and at a minimum, a quality product that 7lbs. 4 oz. Motherr Village of Marblehead and growth and cost continue stafﬁng re- customers. to our to rise, the held steadfast in 2008. President Pro Tem and baby are doing Our sole Utility remains John Starcher continues the Village aison to the just ﬁne. to Water Plant is in excellent condition Water Department. The Councilma BPA and Water Department. As be the Village Lisince top quality water to and n residents and visitors. continues to provide beyond” his Starcher continues to serve the village ﬁrst elected, This is the result of role in all areas including “above –––––––– acting mayor. various committees and elected Board of Publicthe on going efforts of our employees The Ballet School and and Public Affairs, Because of his efforts, along with Affairs. our Board Water ballet class for 3 andis starting a new Pre-School consists of President Robert Our current Board Membershi 4 year olds. Classes Boytim, George Danchisen, p Utility offered by the Superintendent and employees, our of Tom Bird. Bob Biers held on Saturday village remains strong sole continues to lead mornings from 10:30 will be Plant and sound for future the department as and generations. All are applauded Superintendent. All a.m. Space if very – 11:00 Water for their efforts. calling Mary Ann limited so register today by partment maintain ongoingcertiﬁed employees of the Water DeSnider at 419-635-61 Continuing Continued next week. by the Ohio EPA to 06. maintain their Water Education as required itself has an EPA ﬁ Certiﬁcation. The lter rating of 400 gallons plant per minute per square foot area; this gives the plant a capacity gallons per minute or 552,960 gallons of 384 The average daily production per day. for the year was 127,113 gallons, which Sound Off ................ is 22.9% of our daily .....2A Real Estate rated capacity. The ................1-6B Beacon Bits ................ tion was 3,866,343 average monthly producgallons, which is 23.3%of ..4A Sports ...........................2B the monthly rated R Records .........................4A Business ................ production day thiscapacity. The maximum year was July 4th .......3B 320,500 gallons, which with E Entertain is 57.9% of the daily ment ..............5A Financial Focus ............3B rated capacity. Accordingly , the maximum production Commun S Schools ity Calendar ..4B month .........................6A gallons produced, was July with 6,930,100 Joy Riedl, Classiﬁeds ................ which is 41.7% Marketing Director monthly rated capacity. of our ﬁres a C Commun ....5B at Otterbein North ity Updates ...7A shot down range Shore, Currently, there are Yellow Page Dr. ............5B during the PC Area of Commerce’s Chamber Business water system. This 614 active taps on the Civilian is an increase of 14 Marksmanship After Hours sponsored by the Program at Camp from indoor ﬁ Various V ring range PHOTO Perry’s new BY BARBARA
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