Page 14


The Beacon I Thursday, April 30, 2009

Business Indebancorp Holds Annual Meeting of Shareholders The Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of Indebancorp in honor of its 75th Anniversary. The was held Tuesday, April 21 at The National Bank of Oak bank combined efforts with the Oak Harbor in Oak Harbor. At the meeting, shareholders reHarbor Athletic Boosters to purchase elected Board members James Dunn, Charles Hablitzel a new, state-of-the-art digital sign for and Thomas Spangler to serve as directors of Indebancorp the Oak Harbor High School. for two-year terms expiring in 2011. They will continue to Executive Vice President John A. serve with board members John Caputo, Dean Davis, Dr. Hermes then reviewed the 2008 results Dennis Laub and Gary P. Macko. of operations and financial perforPresident and Chief Executive Officer Gary P. Macko mance of the holding company, Indereviewed the 2008 annual report. In anticipation of the bancorp. Earnings for 2008 were $1.1 bank’s 75th Anniversary in 2009, the theme of the 2008 re- Terry Clabaugh million, with assets of $158 million. Gary P. Macko, President and CEO, port celebrates the bank’s history, employees and service to its communities. Macko then noted that The National announced the staff promotion of Terry Clabaugh to Vice Bank of Oak Harbor is celebrating its 75th Anniversary, President. Terry Clabaugh has 38 years banking experience Director of the bank include, from left: John and several events are planned throughout the year in and joined The National Bank of Oak Harbor in 2007 as Caputo, James Dunn, Dean Davis, Gary P. Macko, honor of this achievement. Macko is only the 4th Presi- an Assistant Vice President and commercial loan officer. Thomas Spangler, Dr. Dennis Laub and Charles dent in 75 years. Past Presidents include O.L. Teagarden, His experience ranges from retail banking, multi-branch Hablitzel. Thomas F. Palmer and Dean D. Davis. “Our bank offers manager, commercial, installment, real estate and agriculstability,” stated Macko, “which is evident by the longevity tural lending. Terry is a member of the Fremont Rotary of our management and our staff.” “Our goal remains to Club, the Portage Valley Flying Club, a past board member be an independent community bank.” Macko highlighted of the Sandusky County United Way and Fremont Memothe remodel of the Curtice office, which was completed rial Hospital Foundation Board. in October of 2008. “The undertaking of such a project The National Bank of Oak Harbor is a wholly owned Air Conditioning shows The National Bank of Oak Harbor’s commitment subsidiary of Indebancorp with $158 Million in assets. Firelands Mechanical - to the Curtice community,” Macko stated, “We are looking The bank offers a complete line of banking products and forward to servicing the financial needs of all the com- services at four full service locations, three cash dispensAmway/Quixtar munities we serve for years to come.” Lastly, Macko shared ing machines and one mortgage loan production office in Sharlyn Kaiser - the story of how directors of The National Bank of Oak Northwest Ohio. Learn more about The National Bank of Auctioneers Harbor wanted to provide something for the community Oak Harbor at

Community Internet Links

Greg Peiffer -

AVON Sharlyn Kaiser -

Banners/Signs/Graphics Bumbera Design -

BBQ & Caterers Bar-B-Que Bills Ribs & Chicken Shack Bar-B-Que Traveler, Inc. -

Boat Haulers Dave’s Marine Transport

Boat Names & Vehicle Graphics Bumbera Design -

Catering Grandma’s Back Yard Barbeque

Chambers of Commerce Marblehead - Oak Harbor - Port Clinton - Put-in-Bay -

Community Action WSOS -

Community Builder United Way - 211 -

Construction Wrights General Contracting

Dog Grooming Boutique Specializes in Skill, Comfort and Care BY CHRIS MCBAIN-BERRY ASSISTANT EDITOR The comfort and care of the animal is the first priority at Treva’s Grooming Boutique, which opens officially May 4th. Owner Treva Burkholder, who operates the business at 133 B Maple Street in Port Clinton (behind Community Market and McDonalds), says that she has always loved animals and grooming dogs and has had 15 years of experience as a groomer at the former Sue’s Grooming Salon in Port Clinton which closed in 2000. Treva’s business space has been transformed to a light blue and white facility dedicated to the practice of her profession. (The work was accomplished with the help and supervision of her 10-year-old dog Tony Bologna). There are separate bathing tubs for big and small dogs, two grooming tables, fatigue mats to keep the dogs up off the floor and items for sale in

the front of the boutique such as toys, treats, leashes and shampoos. A grooming consists of a shampoo, a nail cut and hair cut or trim featuring a hand scissor finish. The dog’s pads are cleaned and “they don’t go home until a comb can go through every inch of their hair,” she said. There are also different shampoos for dogs that have allergies or sensitive skin or fleas. A moisturizer is also offered if they have dry skin. Walk-ins are accepted for a nail trim. As a member of the Dog Groomers Association of America, Treva adheres to the Code of Ethics which states, in part, that she enhances the beauty through proper grooming skills and helps to create the style that best suits the individual pet and its owner. She Owner Treva Burkholder grooms also continues to educate herself and her dog Tony Bologna. her patrons in the proper care and welfare of their pets. Affection and by 7 a.m. so people can drop off their gentleness to all are part of the Code. dogs and the dog can stay until they Grooming is by appointment Mon- are off work. Perhaps one Saturday a day through Friday. “I hope to open month,” she added. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Call 419-734-0411 for an appointment. Big, medium and small dogs are welcome.


Port Clinton Native Named to Board

The Giving Tree -

Dinner Theatre Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre


The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center Board of Trustees has welcomed Diane L. Hawk, a native of Port Clinton, as its newest member. Hawk joins the Board’s 14 other members in helping establish policies and future direction for the Hayes Presidential Center, a multi-faceted facility dedicated to our nation’s 19th President Rutherford B. Hayes. Hawk replaces James A. Hoffman, who left the Board due to job reassignment. “It is an honor to be asked to join the Hayes Presidential Center Board of Trustees. I am really excited to be part of such an organization,” Hawk said. “In the person of Diane Hawk, the Hayes Presidential Center Board of Trustees has acquired an incredible asset. Her seemingly limitless energy and take-charge attitude have contributed immeasurably to the success of past projects and are certain to enhance the future direction of the Hayes Presidential Center,” said Board President Stephen A. Hayes, great-great-grandson of President Hayes. Hawk is a native of Port Clinton. She and Hal have two daughters, Megan and Morgan. The family resides in Fremont.

Wrights Electric -

Emergency Assistance Red Cross - Salvation Army - Underwater Recovery Team -

Employment and Training Services Northcoast Jobs Connection (The Job Store)

Fashion Glamorousity -

Generators Firelands Mechanical

Hair Salon Hair Quarters -

Job Opportunities Earn Income You Deserve -

Local Government City of Port Clinton - Ottawa County - Village of Oak Harbor -

Massage Therapy The Kenny House -

Mental Health Addict. Svc. Mental Heath Recovery Board -

Mental Retardation/Develop. Disabilities Ottawa County Board of Mental Retardation

Mentoring Big Brothers-Big Sisters -

Non-Profit Health Care American Cancer Society - Stein Hospice - Ottawa County Health Dept. -


G Grande Maison M Construction

Constructors & Designers of Fine Homes

SAVE $16,000 On the construction of a new house ($8,000 tax credit and matching $8,000 from Grande Maison Construction)


SAVE $$$$$ On any new renovation or addition (Stimulus energy tax credits and Matching dollar for dollar credit from Grande Maison Construction)

To Place Your Website In This Ad

Most of these credits are only available for a very limited time so don’t wait and loose out on some very good tax credits and incentives!

Call Donna

NEW FOR 2009 No interest construction for additions & renovations low interest for new home construction

Mike’s Taxidermy -


at 419-732-3571 See this ad online at


P.O. Box 319, Norwalk, OH (419-668-0937) & P.O. Box 444, Marblehead, OH (419-734-0937)

The Beacon - April 30, 2009  

Ottawa County's Largest Circulated Newspaper

The Beacon - April 30, 2009  

Ottawa County's Largest Circulated Newspaper