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Father and daughter Sass hike the Appalachian Trail


Ottawa County Commissioner Jim Sass and his daughter Laura Sass, a high school science teacher at Garraway Schools in Sugar Creek, hiked 15 miles of the Appalachian Trail in west central Virginia on July 25-27. Jim had never backpacked before. Laura had backpacked while living in Idaho. Along the way Jim and Laura met a hiker who was walking the entire 2100 miles of the Trail, from Georgia to Maine. The first night they also had a close encounter with a curious bear, 10 feet from their tent. Jim reports that the three days and 2 nights up and down the mountains were very physically demanding. Sometimes the trail was just rocks to climb over, said Jim.It was a great experience.

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Special meeting on Waterworks Park Aug. 8


Mayor Vincent Leone of Port Clinton has called a special meeting of Council for Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. This meeting will be held at the Elks Lodge located at 231 Buckeye Blvd., and will be for the purpose of a full presentation by Mike Rose from Washington Properties on their plan for Waterworks Park. The previous meeting with Washington Properties was based on initial conceptual drawings and this meeting will include the actual proposal. The proposal will be presented to everyone, including the Administration, Council and the public, for the first time at this meeting.

Community invited to meeting on Downtown Revitalization Plan Aug. 15


Members of the community are invited to give input on the Physical Environment and Social (Promotions) Environment components of the Downtown Revitalization Plan. Members of the community, Main Street Port Clinton and the City are working together to put a plan in place for revitalization of the Downtown. The Plan will be based on the Four Point Main Street Approach. Important physical environment (design) ideas will be discussed such as vehicular/pedestrian traffic, streetscape/greenspace, lighting, signage, gateways, street furniture/fixtures, parking, and building/infrastructure conditions. Important social (promotions) environment ideas will be discussed such as general image, target markets, special events, retail events, and tourism. The meeting is on Thursday, August 15th at 7 p.m. at City Hall, Council Chambers, 1868 East Perry Street, Port Clinton. Please contact Jennifer Porter at the City at 419-734-5522 ext. 239 with any questions.

Harvard professor Putnam brings attention to the plight of Port Clinton and the country
BY DONNA LUEKE On July 10 Port Clinton High graduate (class of 1959, member of the Port Clinton Academic Hall of Fame, sociologist, Harvard professor and author Robert Putnam was awarded the National Medal of Honor at ceremonies in Washington, DC. Among his fellow honorees were filmmaker George Lucas and Sports writer Frank DeFord. On August 3 Putnams article entitled Crumbling American Dreams appeared in the New York Times Opinionator. The article has gone viral, especially in Ottawa County, and is spurring a national debate on issues of substance. Using the example of Port Clinton, Putnam details the decline of a sense of community and its results. His landmark book Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, written in 2001 and featuring Port Clintons Star Lanes, began the discussion that is continued in the Aug. 3 article. Just as in the election of 2012, residents of Port Clinton and Ottawa County find themselves at the center of a national debate. The community has been presented an opportunity to use this visibility to be a part of the complex discussion and innovative changes that will be required. Dont Give up the Ship flags that are flying around the area in honor of the bicentennial of Perrys Victory in the War of 1812 speak to the spirit of resilience and motivation that can help right the ship of the city, state and nation. Putnams article is available at http://opinionator.blogs. nytimes.com/2013/08/03/crumbling-american-dreams.

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Wowthe online article that Bob Putnam wrote has caused quite a stir! Bob is, as many of you know, Dean of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, a PCHS grad and a member of the Port Clinton High School Academic Hall of Fame. My family moved to Catawba in 1962, so I am now officially a 50 year native. I would rather he not use the rubble at the old Middle School as a graphic, since that rubble marks a major improvement in local school facilities. He also failed to mention one of the biggest economic events in the history of our area, the closing of the Erie Army Depot in the mid 1960s, that cost well over 1,000 jobs. I think it ironic that his article appeared in The New York Times five days before Mike Rose is scheduled to give his presentation at the Elks Lodge on his plan for Waterworks Park. For years, downtowns across the country have stopped being retail centers. They are now financial centers as well as dining and entertainment centers. He talks about the loss of manufacturing jobs in Ottawa County, and it is very true. Other economic opportunities have sprung up to replace those jobs, but havent quite been able to do it. Im talking about skilled trade jobs (marinas) and construction/building trade jobs. The increase in single-parent households is certainly not exclusive to
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Port Clinton. There have been many individuals who have come to Port Clinton seeking opportunity, entrepreneurs, developers and the like. They have made their fortune by working hard and responding to the changes in the marketplace that Putnam described. We have written about job skills deficit in The Beacon, but the incentive to work or to get training in the new local job market appears lacking in our community. Yes, very sad. I will be interested to learn what Mr. Rose has to say tonight. How about we take the park aspects of Waterworks Park and move them to the block now empty since the demolition of the old Middle School? Develop the
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Nov. 1, 1977-July 30, 2013 Robby Lee Rob Bass Adkins, 35, of Port Clinton, passed away, Tuesday, July 30, as the result of an automobile accident. He was born November 11, 1977 in Port Clinton, the son of Laura (Steele) Valenti. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m., Friday, August 2, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m, Saturday, Aug. 3, in the funeral home. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery, Port Clinton. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com

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Martin A. Gahn
Aug. 19, 1923-June 2, 2013 Martin A. Gahn, 89, of Port Clinton, passed away, Sunday, June 2, at Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky, surrounded by his loving family. He was born August 19, 1923, in Elmore, the son of Bert and Dorothy (Flint) Gahn. Visitation will be 9-to 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 3, at Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton. A Memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m., following visitation in the funeral home. Interment will be private in the Whiteford Union Cemetery, Monroe, MI. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

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Robert H. Bob DePottey, 61, of Port Clinton, passed away, Friday, Aug.2, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor. Arrangements are pending at Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton.

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July 23, 1956-July 31, 2013 Kathleen F. Peters, 57, of Oak Harbor, died Wednesday, July 31, at her residence. She was born in Oregon, OH, on July 23, 1956, to William T. and Frances F. (Meng) Harris. A memorial Mass will be conducted at 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 5, in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 204 S. Main St., Genoa,. Immediately following the Mass the family invites friends and family to a bereavement gathering in the church hall. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

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The family of Jacob H. Mackey wishes to thank Catawba Island EMS, Magruder Hospital Staff, Dr. Carl Steele, Neidecker, Leveck and Crosser Funeral Home and Port Clinton Elks Lodge 1718 for their help in our time of need. We also thank all who sent cards, flowers, prayers, food and kind words. God bless! Carolyn Mackey and family is going to come here as long as there are those who work to turn them away. It is again time for City Council and the Mayor to move forward and show our town that we need growth and there are ways to protect the waterfront for those who enjoy it. We need jobs and the businesses downtown need shoppers. Look at what Huron River Basin has done. Even a boardwalk and a marina would be a start. But lets do something! I hope the marshlands get a new look and have been assured that this is going to happen. Dont forget, citizens, we turned away a 3M dollar improvement to Waterworks Park by our own Jet Express for new trees, ball fields, park equipment, etc., so that they could lease our Waterworks building and the city turned them away and they moved. Lets learn from the past and get involved with new development. It may be our last chance. Sincerely, Dr. Thomas M. Brown, Former Mayor of Port Clinton

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Have you notice the Save the Park signs throughout town? Well, it is another attempt to prevent economic growth on the waterfront. Will Port Clinton make the same mistake twice? What was wrong with a 1,000 new jobs at $25 to $40 an hour, a new transient marina and a water park for our young people? We are mowing grass at Waterworks Park at $4000 a square foot. Is this the way we develop the downtown and the waterfront? I think not. No developer

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The Legacy of Lenny Thom


On Tuesday, two of the legacies of Lenny Thom met for the first time. Mary Ellen Frawley, 81, formerly of Sandusky and now of North Olmsted, was just 14 years old when her big brother Lenny died in a car-train accident. Sandusky-born and OSU-educated Ensign Lenny Thom had been Executive Officer and unsung hero on Jack Kennedys PT109 in World War II. The story of Thom and the PT boat that is being restored and dedicated to his honor was featured in last weeks Beacon and is available on www.thebeacon.net. Liberty Aviation Museums Jeff Sondles arranged for Frawley to see the boat that is to be christened Thomcat in honor of the PT boat Thom captained after the famous PT 109 accident that happened 70 years ago this week . You mean the one(PT boat) my brother was on was this big? asked the amazed Frawley. Actually Lennys boat was even 8 feet longer, explained Sondles. Lenny was the oldest of eight children of a divorced mother. Mary Ellen was the third youngest. Lenny, as the oldest, kind of took over, according to Frawley, taking care of the family as much as he could even from a distance when he was in the service. We had a special bond, since he was my godfather. I have some of his most wonderful letters. I cherish them. He was great at writing. When he came home, I really looked forward to it. I always wanted to be like him. He would help anyone and give of himself. He would hitchhike home from OSU to Sandusky, so after that he always made it a point to pick up hitchhikers. Frawley remembered her big brother as being very handsome, very intelligent, very loving and giving. Anybody that was lucky enough to be touched by him was fortunate. It was a big shock to family (to lose him). We were all devastated. Lenny Thoms legacy lives on brightly in his vibrant baby sister Mary Ellen Frawley. His legacy lives on at the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton. Frawley has donated several of Thoms items for display there. Thoms legacy lives on through his widow Cathryn and his son Lenny Jr., an attorney in Alaska. Frawley says they all stay in touch by email. Thoms legacy lives on at Sandusky High School, where he is a member of the Sandusky High School Hall of Fame and where the Ensign Leonard J. Thom Scholarship fund was established in his honor. His legacy lives on in Thoms biography Unsung Hero by Michael Bell, and in the movie PT 109, though sister Mary Ellen says she was disappointed in the actors portrayal of Lenny in the movie. His legacy now will live on in Thomcat. Frawley and others in the family were very excited and thrilled when we found out about the boat. After meeting Thomcat in person, she is even more so. Lenny would have been proud of this boat and his little sister, said Frawley. Thomcat is scheduled to have her engines installed on Aug. 12, according to her captain Frank Nenodovich. She may be in the water for sea trials in September.

Mary Ellen Frawley, younger sister of Lenny Thom, aboard Thomcat

OCDJFS supports PC Kiwanis assists library book sale thousands of children with Child Support division
The Child Support division of the Ottawa County Department of Job and Family Services has a caseload of 2,473 and in 2012 collected $6,655,776 in child support payments. Ohio bases its child support program on the fundamental belief that children deserve financial support. If children truly are our future, then it is imperative that the child support program aid in the healthy development of children, requiring the emotional and financial support of both parents. Aside from public education, the child support program touches the lives of more children and families than any other public program. In fact, the program affects over one million children. The child support program ensures parents financially support their children when they are living apart. The program provides many important services, which include collecting child support for families, establishing the legal relationship between children and their parents, enforcing court orders and health insurance coverage. Ohio establishes paternity for more than 56,700 children born to unmarried parents each year. The state also has the third largest caseload in the nation, with nearly one million cases, and collects more than $2 billion dollars per year on average. Child support is the second largest source of income for single parent families, making up 39 percent of their total income. Employers collect nearly $1.4 Billion in child support payments each year.

On the last day of the Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale, Kiwanis members and volunteers sorted, boxed, and loaded unsold books into two trucks to be moved to Goodwill. Standing: Dick Patterson, Dick Sneary, George Wilber and Russ

Brown. In the truck: Jeff Smith, Bob St.Clair, Kathy Jo Schweitzer and Dick Highfield. This is a community service performed annually by the Kiwanis Club of Port Clinton.

Ottawa County Home Delivered Meal Program honored


Ottawa County Senior Resources announces that the Meals On Wheels Association of America has nationally recognized their March For Meals campaign. Ottawa County Home Delivered Meals Program received the Silver Award for $650 for their efforts to engage county seniors and a local business in the fight to end senior hunger. March For Meals is an annual campaign to raise awareness and generate community support around the importance of a nutritious meal and social connection to keeping homebound and hungry seniors more healthy and independent in their own homes. This year, the Meals On Wheels Association singled out 199 programs campaigns for their success. We applaud all of our programs that leveraged this campaign to spotlight the issue of senior hunger in their comm u n i t i e s , commented Meals On Wheels Association President and CEO Ellie Hollander. In these tough times, when so many of our Meals on Wheels programs are facing the loss of federal funds, community support and engagement is vital to ensuring that no senior goes hungry. Ottawa County Senior Center Site Managers decided to encourage increased awareness of the needs of our home delivered meal recipients of Ottawa County by organizing a gift bag fundraiser. The fundraiser project was based on an idea from Danbury Senior Center site manager, Paula Shenkel. Site managers Tammy Reichert, Mary Jane Happel-Meadows, Candace Pucci along with Ms. Shenkel planned the event whereby seniors from each of the countys six senior centers collected items to fill a reusable grocery bag. Each bag contained items such as paper towels; hand soap, toothpaste, facial tissues and other basic necessities that home bound seniors are often unable to get without assistance. The gift bags were delivered to each of the nearly 200 home delivered meal clients along with their daily hot meal. Ms. Shenkel suggested the idea to encourage members of the senior centers to help their fellow seniors by giving them practical items that they can really use. Walker Funeral Homes also helped with a monetary donation for the project. The money received from the grant will be used to pay for the reusable grocery bags used in the project.

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BY JASMINE CUPP Since the early 1970s the Camp Perry Shooting Club has been a place shooters could go to practice trap and skeet shooting. Young or old, male or female, everyone is welcome at the Camp Perry Shooting Club. Dont be intimidated, says John Bowers, manager of the shooting club. We welcome all levels of skill here and are more than happy to help anyone out with what they would need. Everyone has to start somewhere. At the club, which is located on the grounds of Camp Perry just west of Port Clinton, the first left after entering the gates, there are 8 shooting stations for skeet and 25 skeet per round. Ammunition is available to buy at the club, but shooters are encouraged to bring their own due to shortages nationwide. Also available at the

club is coffee and conversation. Bowers said that not only is shooting a confidence building sport, but it is also a way to meet people with the same interests. Terry Schuetz, Karen Anders, Tom Martin, and Bob Geiner were shooting a round on Thursday. Shuetz, Martin, and Geiner all agreed that Karen Anders is the one to beat. They said that she always beats them all, but they keep coming back as the laughs and the camaraderie seem to be worth the beating Karen gives them. Bowers welcomes everyone to come out to the Camp Perry Shooting Club to shoot, grab a cup of coffee, or to shoot the breeze. Get granddads old shot-gun out here and give it a try. For more information, call 419-635-2682.

A Sparrow hawk from Back to the Wild The 9th Annual Conservation Day event will be held in front of the Camp Store at East Harbor State Park on Saturday, Aug. 10. The majority of the activities will be held between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. This event is open to the public. Admission is free. Various agencies will be represented with displays and activities for kids and adults. There will also be food available for a donation. Mona Rutger, founder of Back to the Wild Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Castalia will be a special guest. Mona has been nursing wildlife back to health and sending them back into the wild for over 20 years. Mona and her staff will be bringing their display of live birds including owls, hawks, an eagle, and various other live critters to this event. Dont miss the chance to see these beautiful and fascinating live animals up close. Parking is in the visitor parking lot near the Camp Store at East Harbor. For further information contact 419-734-4424 x 2.

Fishing Derby at the Fair


On Sunday, July 20th, at the Ottawa County Fair, the Oak Harbor FFA and Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District sponsored the annual Kids Fishing Derby. One hundred kids participated this year, some fishing for their first time. The Senior Fair Board stocked the racetrack pond with catfish so that the kids would have a pretty good chance of reeling in the big one. The largest catfish pulled in that morning weighed in at 6 pounds. The fishing derby organizers would like to thank the following sponsors for donating to provide prizes for the top fishermen: Sprouse Agency, Benchs Greenhouse, Ag Credit, Luckey Farmers, Louie and Val Damschroder, The Neiderhouse Family, The Rocket Shop, Fenwick Marina, Tanks Meats, Friendship Food Stores, Radiant Windows, Marcos Pizza, Batdorff Real Estate, Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union, Jack Bradley Realty and The Gordon Lumber Company. Photo: Kaylee Laubacher, daughter of Jeremy and Laura Laubacher of Oak Harbor, at the fishing derby.

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Immaculate Conception 1st PlaceAlyssa Diaz, Gr. 4 2nd PlaceJames T. Saffran, Gr. 5 3rd PlaceBianca Scott, Gr. K Bataan Intermediate School 1st PlaceConnor Bechtel, Gr. 4 2nd PlaceIleana Garza, Gr. 5 3rd PlaceElayna Krupp, Gr. 4 Port Clinton Middle School 1st PlaceMaddi Recker, Gr. 7 2nd PlaceAmelia Morrow, Gr. 8 3rd PlaceIsabelle Rospert, Gr. 7 Port Clinton High School 1st PlaceKayleigh Householder, Gr. 12 2nd PlaceCameron Albright, Gr. 11 3rd PlaceRachel Chapman, Gr. 12 Woodmore Elementary 1st PlaceAutumn Bowen, Gr. 3 2nd PlaceOlivia Cook, Gr. 4 3rd PlaceEmily Kerecz, Gr. 1 Woodmore High School 1st PlaceTrea DeStazio, Gr. 12 2nd PlaceRyan Schiavone, Gr. 10 3rd PlaceTrea DeStazio, Gr. 12 BEST OF SHOW Jaden Owen, Grade 4 Danbury Elementary Maddi Recker, Grade 7 Port Clinton Middle School Kayleigh Householder, Grade 12 Port Clinton High School

Ottawa County Fair School Art Exhibit ribbons were issued to the following students throughout Ottawa County. The School Art Exhibit is coordinated through the efforts of B. Jean Fanning and Sandra Butzin of North Point Educational Service Center and with the support of the Ottawa

County Cabinet of Superintendents (Guy Parmigian, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local; Patrick Adkins, Port Clinton City; Daniel Parent, Danbury Local; Dennis Mock, Genoa Area Local; Andrea Smith, North Point E.S.C.; and Linda Bringman, Woodmore Local).

BCS Schools finish fiscal year in black


For the first time in 5 years, the BentonCarroll-Salem Local Schools ended the fiscal year without deficit spending. After many years of using up cash reserves, the board along with administration began the long, painstaking task to reduce expenses. In the span of one year, expenses were reduced by nearly 12%, which played the largest part in ending the deficit spending trend. Treasurer Tim Coffman stated, While it is certainly great to have eliminated deficit spending this past year, it is a trend we would like to see continued and we will work very hard to try and make that happen. The past academic year was not without pain and hardship. Deficit spending and dropping enrollment necessitated major changes for the district. The district moved forward in 2012-2013 with 40 fewer positions in certified and classified staff district wide. The changes in personnel affected all areas within the district, including curricular and extracurricular activities. The elementary buildings, Graytown, Carroll and Rocky Ridge, were consolidated into one at RC Waters, which was reconfigured to service kindergarten through third grade students. The fourth grade students found a new home at Oak Harbor Middle School and the eighth graders were placed in their own wing at Oak Harbor High School. Start times for all buildings were changed and bus routes were reconfigured into single routes from double routes in years past. Changes in administration in both the treasurer and superintendent positions were crucial to the districts success. All of the sacrifices incurred by both the staff and parents of the BCS district contributed to the end of deficit spending. The strength and resiliency of all B-C-S staff, and putting students first, have made the 2012-2013 transition school year a success for the school district, commented Superintendent Dr. Guy Parmigian. While 2012-2013 was most definitely a year of change in the BCS district, these changes will not define the district. The board and the administration are committed to making good financial decisions in an effort to ward off massive changes to the educational system as seen last year. Even though revenue streams are relatively stagnant, Coffman remains vigilant when trying to identify possible ways to recoup current expenses. Superintendent Parmigian scrutinizes any additional expense and has adopted a zero-sum approach to finances, meaning that where possible, any additional expense must be balanced by a reduction.

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Fun and good food will be on the agenda when Ottawa Countys Democrats host a picnic next Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Bay Township Hall on State Route 53 south of Port Clinton. The meal will begin at 6 p.m. with hot dogs, burgers and all the trimmings. Guests are asked to bring a side dish. Table service will be provided so just come and enjoy the fellowship and meal. It is a kid-friendly event. It is free and reservations are not required.
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There will be another in the Lunch & Learn series at Otterbein North Shore next Tuesday, Aug. 13 at 12 noon. The topic will be The Joy of Woodworking and the speaker will be Robert Querns, a resident of the community who was a wood-working teacher before he retired. He will also highlight the many community uses for the Otterbein North Shore Wood Shop. They are asking that reservations be made by this Friday, Aug. 9, by calling 419-798-8250. Otterbein will also be hosting the Marblehead Chamber Business After Hours event next Thursday, Aug. 15.
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The Danbury High School Class of 1988 will be holding its 25 year reunion on Saturday, August 17. They are, of course, looking for classmates they have lost track of over the years. Any member of that class who wants more info on the reunion, contact Robert Lenthe at RLenthe@yahoo.com.
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Look out!!! The Port Clinton High School Class of 1978 is holding their 35th Class Reunion this weekend, with their premier event happening Saturday night at Port Clinton Yacht Club. I was

Sharon Mefferd, longtime member of the board with the Friends of Port Clinton Parks wrote me this week asking me to write an item about their Annual Flea Market/Garage Sale to be held on Saturday, Aug. 17. Crafters and families interested can set up a 12 x 12 space for only $15. The sale will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lakeview Park. The Friends will serve a pancake breakfast and a hot dog lunch. For more information or to become a vendor, contact Sharon at 419-734-2954. She also sent us a note to tell us that Jacob Hastings, Sharons grandson and son of former PC resident Wendy Mefferd Hastings, was the pitcher for the Circleville American Legion team that finished second at the State Tournament.

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Gem Beach Rocks VI is fast approaching. At Gem Beach on Catawba Island on Aug. 17, from noon to 8 p.m., celebrants will gather on the shores of Lake Erie to enjoy a day filled with music, food and cold beverages. Guest Emcee is The Honorable Kathleen Giesler, Judge of the Ottawa County Probate Juvenile Court. The headliner band is Wally and the Beavs, along with The Reese Dailey Band, Ronnie Howard with Cruisin, and The Junk, classic rock and roll music all day. This year there will be a festival flair with new food vendors and crafters, and 50/50 drawings for cash prizes will be held throughout the day. Title sponsors for this all day rock n roll concert are FriendShip Food Stores, MIX 102.7 WCPZ 100.9 COAST COUNTRY EAGLE 99 92.1 THE WOLF WLEC 1450AM, The Beacon, WPCR Port Clinton Radio, Gem Beach Marina, Lake Erie Shores and Islands, USG, Janotta & Herner, Hart Advertising, and Croghan Colonial Bank. Admission is $10 and all proceeds benefit United Way in Ottawa County. Tickets are on sale now at the United Way Office in The Sutton Center, Gem Beach Marina Store, FriendShip BP at SR 53 & 250, FriendShip Marathon on Perry Street, The Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome Center on State Rte 53 or at the gate. Also at Gem Beach Rocks this year is the debut of United Ways Caring Club card, which rewards those who donate $13 a month to United Way with a Caring Club card for discounts at participating business in Lucas, Wood and Ottawa County. For more information go to www.gembeachrocks.com or call 419.734.6645. Want to volunteer at Gem Beach Rocks? Kristen Gerwin at 419.734.6645 will find a spot for you. Follow on Face Book @ Gem Beach Rocks. All proceeds stay in Ottawa County to fund United Way Programs. United Way in Ottawa County changes lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community. United Way is focused on the building blocks for a good life: education, income, and health. Starting at the root, United Way addresses the circumstances that destabilize communities. United Way recruits people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise, and resources needed to get things done. You can give, you can advocate, and you can volunteer thats how to LIVE UNITED. For more information, visit unitedwayottawacounty.org.

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On Saturday the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce hosted the 20th annual Jerry Lippus Memorial Car Show. There were 120 classic cars registered for the show. Cars were lined up down Madison between Perry and Third Streets. DJ Ice was there playing music for participants and spectators; there was also a 50/50 raffle.

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By JULIA DAVIS

Walleye and perch fishing still great in the Western Basin


Its been a strange fishing season this year. Normally we have to chase the nomadic walleye around to different areas of the lake as they follow their forage base, but this season they have been staying in relatively the same areas for a couple of months. The east side of Pelee Island and the weather buoy have been consistently holding walleye for many months. While the size of fish on Northwest Reef or the Kidney as its referred to, are smaller than earlier in the year, they are still being caught there. Reports of nice size walleye are being caught on the reefs out in front of Port Clinton, too. The perch have been moving around a lot more this season, but can still be found in and around the islands, all Larry Crum Jr., happy with his catch around Pelee Island and over near Vermilion and Huron. Over the season I have written about things like looking at your sonar to locate fish in the water column and determining where the strike zone is, how to use line counter reels to get your baits in the strike zone, and how being organized can help you be successful on the water. Here is another little tip to help you put fish in the boat. This will allow you to have all the information you need right at your fingertips. Granted, this tip is for those with a smart phone, so if you dont have a smart phone you can print out the information from your computer and just keep it on the boat someplace. Do a web search for Dive Curve Charts for inline weights, Dive Curve Charts for Tadpoles (#1, #2, #3s), and Dive Curve Charts for 40 Tru-Trip Jets. Then save the image of the dive curve chart to your smart phone. Place them in their own photo album, so you dont have to spend time searching for them in your main photo album. Then, when you want to look up how much line is needed out to get your baits in the strike zone, you can simply click on the picture and get the information you seek. Captain Juls can be contacted by email at rngrgal@gmail.com, or by phone at 419-835-7347. Her website address is www.julswalleyefishingadventures.com

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All You Can Eat Breakfast, Elks Lodge 1718, Port Clinton Drive-In Church, Mon Ami, Port Clinton Family Night in the Park, Steele Memorial Gazebo, Lakeside

Aug 9
Summer Fish Fry, Knights of Columbus, Port Clinton Growing Up Wild, Sportsmens Migratory Bird Center, Oak Harbor Barber Shop Quartets Concert, Perrys Victory & International Peace Memorial, Put-In-Bay Trent Jeffcoat & Bryan Karr, The Listening Room, Port Clinton Toast of Ohio Friday Night Wine Event, Sandusky Greenhouse, Sandusky Owl Prowl, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, Oak Harbor

Aug 9-Nov 10
Perrys Victory: The Battle of Lake Erie Exhibit, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo

Night Under Fire, Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park, Norwalk Barber Shop Quartets Concert on Middle Bass, Middle Bass Town Hall, Middle Bass Island Underground Railroad Trolley Tour, Maritime Museum, Sandusky

Aug 13
Sandusky High School & American Red Cross Blood Drive, Sandusky Mall, Sandusky Chautauqua Chorale, Hoover Auditorium, Lakeside Roundhouse Bar Bartender Olympics, Roundhouse Bar, Put-In-Bay Erie County OSU Alumni Band, Washington Park Gazebo, Sandusky Wild Tuesdays, Lake Erie Islands Nature & Wildlife Center, Put-In-Bay

Aug, Tues-Sat
Daytime Island Hopping Cruise, Jackson St. Pier, Sandusky

Aug 10-11
Kelleys Island Film Festival, Kelleys Island Pavilion, Kelleys Island

Aug, Tuesdays
Tuesday Evening Sunset Cruise, Jackson St. Pier, Sandusky

Aug 5-19
Movies by the Bay, Paper District Marina, Sandusky

Aug 10
Hike the Dikes: Searching for Shorebirds, Sportsmens Migratory Bird Center, Oak Harbor Museum Auction, Niagara Event Center, Put-In-Bay Chemo Crawl for Cancer, Downtown Port Clinton 9th Annual Conservation Day, East Harbor State Park, Marblehead Toast of Ohio Wine Festival, Sandusky Bay Pavilion, Sandusky The 5th Dimension featuring Florence LaRue, Hoover Auditorium, Lakeside

Aug 11
Perrys Victory Races at PutIn-Bay, South Bass Island State Park, Put-In-Bay Port Clinton Fire Dept Chicken BBQ, PC Fire station, Port Clinton Experimental Aircraft Association Final Fly-In Pancake Breakfast, Griffing-Sandusky Airport

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Friday Night Party Cruise, Jackson St. Pier, Sandusky Erie Shores Cruisers, Bassetts Parking Lot, Port Clinton

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Erie County Fair, Erie County Fair Grounds, Sandusky

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Arbor Day Picnic, Perry Park, Lakeside Kim & Reggie Harris, Hoover Auditorium, Lakeside Explore the Estuary by Canoe or Kayak, Old Woman Creek Boathouse, Huron

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Lakeside Symphony Orchestra Concert, Hoover Auditorium, Lakeside Movies by the River, Huron Boat Basin, Huron

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Boy Scouts of America Campout, Cedar Point, Sandusky

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Fine Art and Food Festival, Huron Boat Basin, Huron

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Look, dont touch! doesnt apply to the work of Dani Herrera, one of the artists participating in the 2013 Appetite for the Arts, Aug. 16-18 at the Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport. Herrera creates art from random scraps and other things she finds, such as buttons, zippers, dryer lint, newspaper and recycled materials. I encourage people to touch it. I want them to feel what its made out of, said the homegrown Toledo artist. I use pretty much anything I can get my hands on to create eye catching pieces of art that will make you look twice, she said. Her art features pop culture icons, historic figures, portraits, still lifes and more. Since the self-taught artists debut in 2011, shes had gallery showings in New York and Chicago and has won awards. She will be sharing a booth with her artist husband, Jose Herrera, who uses polymer clay and found materials to create fantastic creepy-looking creatures. In addition to the Herreras, Appetite for the Arts will feature a variety of artists who work in painting, jewelry, glass, woodworking, fabric, hand-thrown pottery, mixed media, steel and other art forms. In addition to appetizing art available for purchase, visitors will have an opportunity to sample food and drink and listen to music by local entertainers including the Womack Family Band, the Naked Bacon Band, Bob Lawitzke and Steve Hall. Children of all ages will enjoy making their own flight-themed art using recycled materials. No tickets are needed for Saturday and Sunday the event is free. Tickets are still available for the Friday night gala, a Red Carpet Affair, with a preview of artists works, classic and collector cars and music by the Womack Family Band. Patrons can sample culinary delights provided by The Cakerys Bakery, Cheesehaven, Ciao Bella, Nagoya, Catawba Island Club, Rosies/1812 Food & Spirits, Catawba Island Brewery, Firelands Wine, Mon Ami Winery, Wendy Kromer Confections, McCarthys Pub. Mon Ami, Phils, Papa Jimmies, Bootleggers Waterfront Grille and Bar, Red Gables, Tre Sorrelle, Waldo Peppers and Bassetts Tickets are $35 and are available online through www.PortClintonArts.org, and locally at Marys Blossom Shoppe, Bassetts, and Real Living Morgan Realty Group. Sundays Fly In/Drive In Pancake Breakfast will offer opportunities for youth to fly in an airplane. For more information about this years Appetite for the Arts (sponsored in part by Lake Erie Shores & Islands), check the website www.PortClintonArts.org. The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council started with a grant from the Ohio Arts Council and has blossomed into an organization that serves and inspires artists and patrons, both big and small. For more information about the organization, visit www.portclintonarts.org.

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In the darkness Sunday evening at the Kelleys Island Ferry dock in Marblehead, the Kelly Martin circus arrived. The animals were out of sight in trucks and trailers, yet the excitement of the circus and the the colorful trailers being loaded for the half-hour trip to Kelleys Island brought

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out several carloads of onlookers. The circus had shows on Kelleys Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening. This is the 12th year the circus has come to Kelleys Island. Photo by Donna Lueke

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On Sunday, Aug. 11, Put-in-Bays First Ever Sprint Triathlon, Sprint Duathlon, Kids Duathlon and Kids FUN Run are being held on South Bass Island. This event is a good one for first time du/triathletes as well as seasoned veterans. The race may be entered individually or by two or three person relay teams. Perrys Victory Races offer an opportunity to get the family together one last time before the kids go back to school. The route has been designed to take runners on a scenic tour of the historic island of Put-in-Bay. For first time visitors to Put-in-Bay, it is a great way to explore the island. Frequent island guests will experience some less traveled parts of the island. The hub of the race is on the lawn of the Peace Garden at Perrys Victory & International Peace Memorial. All participants, families and friends can join into activities for the Bi-Centennial celebration at Perrys Memorial after the races. All Sport FUNdamentals is a new Sports Management Company founded by Oliver Thwaite from Put-in-Bay. Oliver graduated from Put-in-Bay High School in 2008 and earned his Sports Management and Business degrees from Otterbein University in 2011. Offering a wide variety of sports programs, camps and clinics for children in grades 38, Thwaite said, We make participating FUN for everyone by individually taking time to give personal one on one coaching and teaching the FUNdamentals of sports in a relaxed and FUN environment. By taking away the pressure that other sports programs put on kids and replacing it with FUN we bring out the best in our participants. We are also creating unique family FUN events for adults and children of all ages including triathlons and duathlons as well as softball, volleyball & fishing tournaments just to name a few! The Perrys Victory Race event includes: welcome Bag catered Lunch post-race drinks and snacks T-shirts for tri/du and kids du participants (T-shirts available to purchase for Kids FUN run participants & all spectators) awards for the top finishers in each group To register to participate in the event and for more information regarding Perrys Victory Triathlon, Perrys Victory Duathlon, Kids Duathlon and Kids FUN Run go to www.allsportfun.com and click on the Race Events tab and then click the orange Register Now button or call 614-636-3386. Take advantage of this weeks registration discount by entering the promotional code ISLANDER during registration. On line registration is encouraged at www.allsportfun.com. Pre-registration packets will be available on the lawn of the Peace Garden at Perrys Victory & International Peace Memorial on Saturday , Aug. 10, from 5-8 p.m. Late registration for the event will also be open from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday and on Sunday at 7:30 a.m. Volunteers are needed. To sign up for a volunteer position go to www.allsportfun.com click on the Race Events tab and then click the orange Register Now button to sign up or call 614-636-3386.

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Stein Hospice annual Pet Expo


Hot dog races, a doggy fashion show and lots of treats for 2-and 4-legged friends will be at the Paws Up Pet Expo fundraiser for Stein Hospice, presented by Petco Foundation. This year Stein Hospice is holding its annual Pet Expo on a new date, Saturday, Aug. 24, and at a new location, the Sandusky Bay Pavilion, adjacent to Battery Park Marina. Pet owners and pets will have the fun, informational and educational displays that have been the Expos trademark. The Pet Expo runs from 12-4 p.m. and includes: dog art contest with washable, nontoxic paint, and prizes; doggy fashion show and contest ($5 per dog); lots of food vendors; a special race for the dachshunds in attendance Admission is $2 per person or $5 for 3 or more. Free admission for pets. The Expo will also feature Paws Up, Stein Hospices volunteer dog owner/dog program. Paws Up teams visit patients in their homes, nursing facilities and the Ohio Veterans Home, bringing smiles and comfort to patients, families and staff. For more information, contact mkavanaugh@steinhospice.org or 419-625-5269.

Island Safe Animal Sanctuary Reunion


The Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary is holding a Puppy Mill Rescue Dog Reunion. The event will be held Sunday, Aug. 18, 2-4 p.m. and will be hosted by Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Levorchick. The event is being held for all adopters and supporters of the puppy mill rescues the Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary has orchestrated. There will be special appearances by Ottawa County Dog Warden Jo Lynn Hetrick and Professional Dog Trainer Chuck Stella and Deni from Elite K911. Hot dogs and refreshments will be donated by Ken Kostal from Big Boppers Restaurant. The Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary encourages people to attend and show support and have fun. Adopters are invited to come and share stories with other adopters about the rescues of their wonderful dogs. Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary is located at 3620 E State St., Port Clinton. For more information about the event or more information about the Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary call 419-9607487.

Final fly-in pancake breakfast at Griffing


The Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 50, announces the 17th and Final Annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast at Griffing-Sandusky Airport (SKY), 3115 Cleveland Rd. Sandusky, on Aug. 11. Since 1937, the Griffing family owned and operated airport has provided International services to the North Coast of Ohio, including mail, freight, and passenger service to the Lake Erie Islands and Pelee Island in Canadian waters. While phasing out airport operations the family has graciously allowed one final fly-in to be held: The Fly-in breakfast , from 8 a.m. -12 noon, includes; scrambled eggs, sausage, orange juice, milk or water, with unlimited pancakes and coffee. The price for adult breakfasts are $6, kids $3. The public is welcome. No purchase necessary. Phone 419-239-8292 or www.EAA50. org for more information.

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Sandusky Art Walk


On Thursday, Aug. 1, Sandusky hosted its monthly Art Walk downtown. The Sandusky Art Walk takes place the first Thursday of the month, May through December. From Washington Park down Columbus Avenue down to the waterfront and in surrounding areas artists and art lovers wandered the streets. In between visiting vendors and dodging rain, participants visited local businesses along the route of the Art Walk. Photos by Jasmine Cupp. More photos at www.thebeacon.net.

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BY JASMINE CUPP 2013 was the 57th year for one of the oldest art shows in our area, Arts in the Park. Held on the first weekend of August each year, Arts in the Park draws in artists from all over Ohio and even artists from states as far away as Florida. This year there were 111 vendors, 10 food vendors and eight to ten thousand people were expected to come visit the park overall. The Port Clinton Artists Club puts on the Arts in the Park; they have a little over 100 members. The booths for the Port Clinton Artists Club were located in the shelter house at Lakeview Park. This year we expect the wonderful weather to bring out even more people than last year, said Barb Gaynor, one of three of the shows co-directors. A jury judges the booths and vendors and awards a top prize to the winner. Spectators can also vote on their favorite booth and artist. The winner of the judging gets a free spot at next years Arts in the Park. Its a reward to see it all set up and people enjoying art, said Rosalie Kastelic, a member of the Port Clinton Artists Club and show co-director.The passion people in Port Clinton have for art keeps Arts in the Park going. The passion everyone in the surrounding areas has for art keeps them coming back year after year. More photos at www.thebeacon.net

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BY DONNA LUEKE The rhythmic pop, pop, pop from the firing of a hundred guns interspersed with the towers authoritative commands provide the soundtrack each morning for five weeks in July and August at Camp Perry near Port Clinton. The slightly acrid scent of gunpowder mixes with the fresh, cool air off Lake Erie for a heady aroma that lingers over the countrys largest rifle range at the National Rifle and Pistol Matches. On a breezy and sunny morning last Thursday the Civilian Marksmanship Programs M1 Carbine Match was held for the eight year since it was reinstated by the Civilian Marksmanship Program. First-time shooters, with their patient coaches, fired side by side with expert marksmen, all cradling the wooden stocks and canvas slings of the classic military semi-automatic weapon used by their fathers and grandfathers from World War II through Vietnam. The M1, known as the rifle they never let grow up, now is considered an antique weapon. The five stages and targets of the M1 competition were sighting, prone slow fire (10 shots in 10 minutes), prone rapid fire (10 shots in 60 seconds), sitting rapid fire and standing slow fire, all at 100 yards. The staccato rhythm of rapid fire and the varied tempo of slow fire alternated with the silence of preparation time and waiting for the next towers next directive. Targets were retrieved, brass casings were gathered, scores were compiled, and the next wave of competitors took their place on the firing line. There was one disruption to the orderly dance as a disabled boat in the firing range area of the Lake was towed to safety. Boaters need to take seriously the buoys marking the firing range as the shots from high powered rifles and pistols can travel a mile or more. The easy camaraderie of shooters and officials, coaches and volunteers from across the country camouflage the serious competition of the shooter-athletes. Few sports provide such definitive results of the blending of skill, practice and equipment. Ashley Brugnone, writer and editor with CMP, was shooting for the first time, with the coaching of CMPs Steve Cooper. As to concerns about hitting another persons targets, known as cross-firing, she said she had heard that, There are two kinds of shooters-- those who have cross-fired, and those who will. Bill and Cindy Bailey from Fairview, OH, also competing in the M1 match, inherited rifles from their Dad. They have been shooting high power for four years just for fun. They shot as a team in the Vintage Sniper competition this year and took a bronze medal. In the Sniper competition the targets are at 600 yards. The Baileys are both motivated to get more proficient before our kids start outshooting us. Bert Fall of Port Clinton was shooting an M1 for the first time, but is an experienced shooter. Christine Elder of CMP was his coach. Though he did not win the coveted trophy or a medal, Fall had no problems handling the M1 and shot a respectable score. AE2 Daniel Hedner of Virginia Beach took vacation time to be part of the Navy team and make the trip to Port Clinton. Safety instructor for M1 Leon Rutherford of Anniston, AL, was one of the hundreds of NRA volunteers who keep the matches running smoothly. Douglas Thompson of California earned medals for service rifle and also for pistol. He was one of the elite 100 of the 1300 competitors to medal in the CMP Presidents 100 match. Thompson echoed the opinion of many of the shooters who look forward all year to coming to Camp Perry. He said, I am not new to the Matches, just new at doing good. As soon as my grandkids are old enough, I

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SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2013

Port Clinton Piranhas

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 ACTIVITIES. RESTRICTED ENTRY AS PROVIDED BY TITLE 33, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS IS BEING ENFORCED. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY CLEAR OF THESE ZONES DURING PERIODS OF FIRING ACTIVITY. BOATERS, FISHERMEN, AND AIRCRAFT PILOTS SHOULD REFER TO THE NOAA MARINE NAVIGATIONAL CHART #14830 AND THE DETROIT AIR SECTIONAL CHART RESPECTIVELY FOR EXACT BOUNDARIES. THE CAMP PERRY STROBE LIGHT LOCATED AT 41 32 15 N AND 083 01 00 W WILL BE ACTIVATED AND RED RANGE FLAGS DISPLAYED DURING CONDUCT OF FIRING. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES MARKED AS RANGE "DANGER ZONE I AND RANGE "DANGER ZONE II", SHOWN ON THE CHART (CAMP PERRY FIRING RANGE) ATTACHED HERETO. THESE BOUNDARIES AFFECT TWO DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 5,000 ABOVE GROUND LEVEL (AGL) AND MAY BE IN USE BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 6 P.M. DAILY, INCLUDING WEEKENDS, DURING THE ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR OF 2013. LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I WILL BE FURTHER RESTRICTED DURING THE HOURS OF 6:00 P.M. TO 7:00 P.M. DAILY FOR THE PERIOD - JULY 07 THROUGH JULY 26, 2013 AND DURING THE HOURS OF 6:00 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. DAILY FOR THE PERIOD JULY 27 THROUGH AUGUST 14, 2013. LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE II EXTENDS 10 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 23,000 AGL. FIRING IN THIS ZONE IS NORMALLY CONDUCTED BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND 5 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. EXTENSION TO THESE HOURS WILL BE PUBLISHED UNDER A SEPARATE NOTICE. DURING THE BOATING SEASON, THESE ZONES ARE NORMALLY MARKED WITH ORANGE AND WHITE BUOYS BEARING THE WORDS RANGE DANGER ZONE. THE 2013 RANGE ACTIVITY WILL NOT REQUIRE THE TOTAL USE OF DANGER ZONE II. CONSEQUENTLY, A MODIFIED DANGER ZONE II FOR 2013 WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACED ON A WEST TO EAST LINE, APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH OF USCG BUOYS A, B AND C. THE BUOYS WILL BE NUMBERED II32 THROUGH II-19 (FROM WEST TO EAST). THE AREA NORTH OF THIS LINE OF BUOYS WILL BE SAFE FOR MARINERS DURING PERIODS OF FIRING INTO DANGER ZONE II (SEE CHART). MARINERS DESIRING GENERAL INFORMATION ON NAVIGATION OR PUBLIC USE OF THESE ZONES SHOULD CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RANGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MARINE VHF CHANNEL 16, OR TELEPHONE 614-336-6203/6245 OR 419-6354021 EXT. 6203/6245 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RANGE EMERGENCIES ONLY CALL 614-336-6277 OR 419-635-4021 EXT. 6277.

TOP: Summer Program Small Team Champions. BOTTOM: 8 and under Summer Swim League Champions The Port Clinton Piranhas competitive swim program took the 2103 Summer League Small Team Championship. The photos were taken at their end of season banquet on Aug. 1. The summer program is under the direction of Danny Diaz.

Community Internet Links


Bar-B-Que Traveler, Inc. - www.barbquetravelerinc.com Grandmas Back Yard Barbeque www.grandmasbackyardbbq.com

Redskin fans, get your Sports Passes


Port Clinton High School has Sports Passes on sale beginning Aug. 12in the PCHS Main Office from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Rick Dominick, PCHS Athletic Director, has announced a new pricing policy that make passes a great deal for avid Redskin fans. All-Sport Passes admit the pass holder to all home athletic events. Adult passes will now be $50 and student All Sport Passes will be $25. Senior Citizen Passport, for residents of the district age 60 and older, are free. Residents can apply for a Senior Skins Passport at the high school office or Board of Education Office at 811 S. Jefferson Street, entrance at east end of new Middle School, or submit an electronic application at www.pccsd.net under the Community link. SBC ticket policy: tickets are $5 pre-sale for adults; $4 pre-sale for students with all tickets $6 at the gate for both students and adults. Pre-sale tickets or sport passes can be purchased at the high school main office from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each school day. For ticket information contact the PCHS Athletic Office at 419-734-2147.

BBQ & Caterers

Boat Hauling - Land Transporting


Daves Marine Transport - www.davesmarinetransport.com

Civilian Marksmanship Program www.odcmp.org

Camp Perry

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

D&J Automotive and Freemans SureShine


BY JASMINE CUPP With years of experience between them, Jamie Stoops from D&J Automotive and Brett Freeman from Freemans SureShine Auto Detail are making a one stop shop for Port Clintons automotive needs. D&J Automotive and Freemans SureShine are located at 318 Buckeye Blvd., across from Star Lanes at the Harbor bowling alley. Jamie and Brett ensure quality customer service. Both businesses provide pick-up service for detailing and maintenance. Some people dont have time when they work all day and have a family to take care of. Let us come pick the car up. We have the time, and we will take good care of your vehicle, says Stoops. With 12 years experience in the auto repair industry and 4 years of management experience, Stoops decided to go out on his own and start a new business. Also located on the grounds of D&J Automotive are storage facilities for rent. We are fair and reasonable, says Stoops. I just ask that people give us a try. With 33 years experience under his belt, Freeman was looking to expand his business. Im the only detail shop in Port Clinton, says Freeman. I want to give the customer the highest grade of service; I want to have the vehicle looking like it came off the showroom floor after Im done. I would love to rekindle the flame between the car

Community Action
WSOS - www.wsos.org

Community Builder
United Way - www.unitedwayottawacounty.org 211 - www.helpclick.org

Counseling
The Giving Tree - www.givingtreecounseling.com Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities www.ocbdd.org STEPS Provider Agency www.STEPSagency.com

Developmental Disabilities

Emergency Assistance
Red Cross - www.redcrosstoledo.org Salvation Army - www.thesalarmy.com Underwater Recovery Team - www.diveputinbay.com

Employment and Training Services


Northcoast Jobs Connection (The Job Store) www.northcoastjobs.org Ohio Means Jobs www.ohiomeansjobs.com

and its owner. Freemans SureShine is offering 25% off a full detail until Aug. 15. To make an appointment or for more information call D&J Automotive at 419-960-7741 and Freemans SureShine at 419-341-2492.

Mederi Wellness - www.mederiwellness.com

Local Government
City of Port Clinton - www.ci.port-clinton.oh.us Ottawa County - www.co.ottawa.oh.us Village of Oak Harbor - www.oakharbor.oh.us

Massage Therapy
The Kenny House - www.portclintonmassage.com The House of Healing - www.thehouseofhealingllc.com

Mental Health Addict. Svc.


Mental Heath Recovery Board - www.mhrbeo.com

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Mentoring
Big Brothers-Big Sisters - www.bbbsa.org American Cancer Society - www.cancer.org Stein Hospice - www.steinhospice.org Ottawa County Health Dept. - www.ottawahealth.org

Non-Profit Health Care

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For adults and children needing prompt treatment for minor illnesses or injuries, Firelands Physician Group Urgent Care provides prompt diagnosis and treatment. Most major insurances accepted (Urgent Care co-pay is charged). No appointment necessary. Cold/flu symptoms Ear & Eye infections Asthma/wheezing

Taxidermy
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Transportation
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Pictured left to right: Laura Schlachter, Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce President; Lee Vivod, Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman; Emily Abazi, owner; Edije Zeigler, Manager; Eck Abazi, owner; Diana Morrison, employee; and Missy Walker, Main Street Port Clinton Past-President.

Ribbon Cutting held for Executive Cleaners Aug. 2


The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony Executive Cleaners on Friday, August 2. Representatives from the Chamber congratulated Emily and Eck Abazi on their grand re-opening in their new location at 1400 E. Perry Street in Port Clinton. Executive Cleaners has served the Port

Clinton area since 2005. Family run and operated, they specialize in Dry Cleaning, Laundry, Bulk Laundry and Press Only services. They provide their customers with conveniences such as a Covered Drive Thru and 24 hour Drop Off access. For more information, please contact 419734-9080.

Ribbon Cutting for Salon 53 Friday


The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the grand opening of Salon 53, located at 3958 Harbor Light Landing. The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday, Aug. 9, at 2:30 p.m. Grand Opening specials include $5 off pedicures and $5 off haircuts. Salon 53 is a full service hair and nail salon dedicated to service and value. Brenda Belcher, owner/stylist, along with her creative team, are experts in all hair types and textures. Salon 53 offers a full range of services for women, men, and children including cut and style, color, highlights and keratin treatments. You may also indulge in a spa manicure, pedicure, or full body waxing. For more information, contact 567-2018321 or visit www.salon53ohio.com.

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Real Estate Transfers


Allen Township
7-25-13 Robert J. Shiels et al to Malissa A. Shessler, 22629 West Cedar Avenue, $63,000. 7-26-13 Leonard P. Blair to Theodore L. and Janice M. Wasserman, Walbridge Road East, vacant land, $97,500. 7-29-13 Chester Burkey to Gerald P. Shank Jr., 22690 Toledo Street, $88,000. 7-31-13 Paul A. Johnson et al to Phillip D. Zimenez and Joleen M. Kriston, Genoa Clay Center Road, vacant land new split, $51,000. 7-31-13 Gary A. Revill to Steven A. and Amy L. Zajac, 6370 Blue Violet Court, $245,000. Lida L. Knipp to Andrew S. Pastor III and Stacey Kostenko, 1510 North Buck Road, $75,400. 7-25-13 Helen L. Hennig to Robert L. Hennig, 6538 East Bayshore Road, $54,288. 7-29-13 William and Wanda Shroyer to Malanie and Mark Jeffers, 450 Cedar Avenue, $195,000. 7-30-13 Robert Royster to Dustin W. Mitchell and Emily J. Tennant, 157 South Bridge Road, $80,000. 7-30-13 Bailiwick Company LLC to Tab A. and Tanja Ursula Ute Beach, 2030 Bailiwick Lane, $247,000. 8-1-13 William R. and Judith L. Martoccia to Paul and Lariza Kaiser, 564 Parkside Drive, $320,000. 8-1-13 Paul I. and Mary Joyce Matthews to Richard V. and Stacy E. Milazzo, 9023 East Rockport, $400,000. 8-2-13 Martin and Jacqueline Jaras to Matthew and Kim Dunlap, 6954 Long Point Circle, $119,000. 7-31-13 Bailiwick Company LLC to Petros Homes Inc., 2050 South Bailiwick Lane, $57,000.

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8-1-13 Vernon J. Green to Frans and Deborah Bentlage, 125 Park Street, $32,000.

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7-22-13 Robert J. and Carrie Van Hoose to HSBC Bank, 903 East Third Street, $36,667. 7-23-13 Ila Jean Kendall to *U.S.News & World Report 2013-14 Lester J. and Dorothy J. Hein, 923 Maryland Stret, $17,000. 7-25-13 Kaja Holdings LLC to Donna Messina, 708 1826-05 CCTCC_IntegratedCancer_NCCC_4.87x10.5-99-2.indd 1 Bataan Lane, $20,000. 7-26-13 Darrel and SandraJOB NUMBER & COMPONENT Prepared by: CREATIvE DEPARTMENT Client: Cleveland Clinic Wirebaugh to Randy and 1826-05 CCTCC_IntegratedCancer_NCCC_4.87x10.5-99-2 Division: Cleveland Clinic Michelle Farris, 417 West 5th 1370 W 6th St, 3rd floor Project: NCCC Print PUBLICATION or MEDIUM Cleveland, OH 44113 Street, $47,000. Flat Size: 0 x 0 216.574.9100 THE BEACON (PORT CLINTON) Trim Size: 4.87 x 10.5 7-29-13 Kristen Bailey-AbLive Area: 0 x 0 ney to Eric N. Bailey, 715 East INSERTION DATE Bleed: 0 Second Street , $75,000. Line Screen: 85 08.05.13 7-30-13 Ronald A. and Well build you an inviting outdoor COLOR: Production Notes: 4 Color BW Nancy A. Carpenter to Adolfo Learning to relax and enjoy it is up to you. 2 Color Other Moreno Sr., 168 Clinton Reef, IMAgE: $89,000. Low Res Hi Res 7-31-13 Anne K. Koenig to Retouched Purchased Approved Retouched Joymac LLC, 711 West LakeApproved shore Drive #503, $120,000. 8-2-13 Andrew and Linda Migas to John Flegal, 132 Walnut Street, $95,000. Portage Township 7-23-13 Keith E. and Kathleen M. Joy to Richard R. Mack, 3720 East Aqua Aire Drive Unit 204, $33,000. 7-29-13 Theodore B. Mason to James A. and Amy L. Ronski, 2219 East Sand Road, $273,000. 7-31-13 Kroll Crest Investors LTD to Goodwill Industries of Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties, State Route 163, $1,331,000. 8-1-13 Robert E. Lorensen to Wayne J. and Georgia K. Sorengen, 620 East Hickory Grove, $370,000. 8-1-13 Edward Heinsen to Walter and Martha J. Brown, 210 West Second Street, $18,000.

Catawba Township
7-22-13 Jack E. and Mary C. Short to Kimberly L. and Jack R. Moore Jr., 3258 North Marina View Drive, $267,000. 7-22-13 Charles L. and Norma E. Beamer et al to Paula M. Dugan, 2596 Sun Valley #103, $88,000. 7-23-13 ALZO LLC to Daniel T. Stryffeler and Karen J. Homer, 2850 NorEaster Cove Unit 6, $735,000. 7-24-13 Alan M. Hausfeld to Lagoon LLC, 5543 Helmsman, $200,000. 7-25-13 Carolyn E. Coldren to Allen C. Filipic, Unit W-8 North Windward, $3,500. 7-26-13 JDC Enterprises Inc. to Phil Steinle Jr., Lot 27B Catawba Place, new split, $41,000. 7-31-13 Kenneth M. Sesko Jr. to Richard A. and Constance L. Sheaffer, 1623 NE Catawba Road, $97,000. 8-1-13 John T. and Annette Sutter to Gary G. and Penny K. Smith, 1657 North Windward Drive, $137,000. 8-1-13 Anothy N. and Diane F. Agnesi to James M. and Diane C. West, 2690D Canterbury Circle, $185,000.

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Erie Township
7-29-13 John R. and Kathy L. Rader to David A. Witt, 1659 North Carroll Erie Road, $76,000.

Elmore Corp.
7-2-13 Randall S. Calhoun to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 430 Toledo Street, $60,000. 7-31-13 Winfred Jacobs to Todd R. and Melissa S. Faunce, 231 Maple Street, $65,000.

Genoa Corp.
7-30-13 PNC Bank to Lawrence M. McCallury, 402 Main Street, $54,000. 7-31-13 Cheryl L. Schimming to Adam J. Schumacher, 610 Washington Street, $102,000. 8-2-13 Beryl Knott to Shirley U. Mominee, 202 Rose, $100,000. 8-2-13 Michael J. Murawski and Susan L. Boraggina to David and Robin Herman, 408 East Fourth Street, $15,500.

Clay Township
7-25-13 Bernadine K. Dipman to Zeller Farms Inc, 23046 West State Route 51, new split, $40,000. 7-31-13 Frank A. Grahl to Andrew L. Boss, 2834 North Nissen Road, $85,000. 8-1-13 Timothy J. and Brenda Coon to Timothy E. and Shelia J. Davis, North Billman Road, $3,000.

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7-26-13 Dennis Boyer to Joseph and Joyce Fortuna, 760 Portsmouth, $325,000. 7-29-13 Valerie L. Mettler to Buckeyes PIB LLC, 394 Loraine Avenue, $440,000.

The Ricci Family from Sandusky, Ohio

Harris Township
7-22-13 Andy Rippke to Jeremy J. and Carla L. Smith, 15146 State Route 105, $195,000. 7-31-13 Michael L. Webber to Mitchell D. ONeil, 2840 South Opfer Lentz Road, $126,000.

Salem Township
7-29-13 Ethel Wilber to Jeffrey S. Adams, 7131 Little Portage East Road, $29,000. 7-31-13 Federal National Mortgage Association to Jerry L. Miller, 8568 West State Route 163, $94,500. 7-31-13 Barry L. Nehls to Donald and Jennifer Lochotzki, 9609 West SR 163, $118,500.

Danbury Township
7-24-13 Cleve S. and Donna M. Parkhurst to Clifford W. and Maxine P. Stilgenbauer, 9042 East Rockport Drive, $325,000. 7-24-13 Robert L. and Marjorie Beardslee to Erchong Li, 1505 South Marblewood, $24,000. 7-24-13 Ronald B. and

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Marblehead Corp
7-22-13 Charles G. and Tekla Lake Taylor to Orthopedic Clinic Bldg., 417 Bay Point Blvd., $475,000. 7-29-13 David Pritchard and Jean Ann Nava-Pritcher, Harsh Road, vacant land $55,000.

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LEGAL AD/NOTIFICATION
SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE (Delinquent Taxes) Case No. 12CV430. State of Ohio, Ottawa County, Robert J. Hille, Treasurer of Ottawa County, Ohio Plaintiff vs Melvin Wesley Washington, et al Defendant. In pursuance of an Order of Sale from Common Pleas Court in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction in the Room 100, first floor of the Ottawa County Court House in Port Clinton, Ohio, in the above named County on Friday, August 16, 2013 at 10:30 AM the following described real estate: Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Ottawa, Township of Danbury. To see a full legal description, visit the Ottawa County Recorders Office, second floor of the Ottawa County Courthouse, 315 Madison St. Room 204, Port Clinton, OH 43452.

CLASSIFIEDS
court costs. If said premises are not sold at the above time, it will be reoffered at public sale at the same time and at the same place on September 6, 2013 not less than (2) weeks, not more than six (6) weeks. TERMS OF SALE: A 10% deposit is required at time of sale, either in cash or certified check. Upon confirmation of sale from the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas, payment of balance due 8 days after notification by the Sheriffs Office to the successful bidder that they have received confirmation of the sale. Payment of unpaid balance beyond said 8 day period shall draw interest at 8% per annum from the date of notification to the successful bidder by the Sheriffs Department. Stephen J. Levorchick, Sheriff, Ottawa County, Ohio. By Rhonda L. St Clair, Deputy Sheriff, David Boldt, Prosecutors Office, Ottawa County. Publish dates: 7/25/13, 8/1/13, 8/8/13 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING. The Portage Township Board of Zoning Appeals hereby gives notice that a public hearing will be held Thursday August 22, 2013 at the Portage Township Hall, 2501 State Rd., Port Clinton, Ohio. At 7PM a variance request by William Damko, 5688 Seminole Way, Westerville Ohio for properties owned at 343 N. Miami Beach Dr., Port Clinton, Ohio will be heard. The request is to allow an addition to this non-conforming home at 10ft. rear yard set back of present home in lieu of required 5ft. Review of the application is available at the Portage Township Hall, Zoning Inspectors Office, Mondays 5:30PM to 7:00PM and Saturdays 8:30AM to 10:30AM. Portage Township BZA, Ottawa County, Ohio. P.E. Dutch Schultz- Chairman NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Sealed bids will be accepted until 1:00 pm on Friday, August 30, 2013 at the office of the Safety Service Director, City of Port Clinton, 1868 E Perry Street, Port Clinton OH 43452 for furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment necessary to complete the work known as OTT-PORT CLINTON SRTS SIDEWALKS/SIGNS. Bids shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope with the bidders name and address on the front and labeled BID FOR OTTPORT CLINTON SRTS SIDEWALKS/ SIGNS. All bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at that time and place. Bids received after that time will not be accepted. No bidder may withdrawal his bid for a period of sixty days after the date set for opening thereof and any bid shall be subject to acceptance by the Owner during this period. The project consists of sidewalk installation, curb ramp installation, pavement marking for crosswalks and school zones, signage for crosswalks and school zones, all of which will be part of a single general contract bid. The project shall be bid to include all labor and materials required to complete the work as indicated on the Construction Drawings. The Engineers estimated construction cost is $250,124.71 for all Work. Bidders for this project are required to be pre-qualified with ODOT. Prequalification must be in force at the time of bidding, at the time of award, and through the life of the construction contract. All bids must be accompanied by either a bid guarantee or contract bond in the amount of 100% of the bid or by a certified check, cashiers check, or letter of credit upon a solvent bank in the amount of not less than 10% of the bid made out to the City of

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Port Clinton. When a check or letter of credit is used, a separate 100% contract/performance bond will be required upon signing of the contract. This bond shall be underwritten by a State of Ohio authorized surety listed on the most current Department of Treasury Circular 570 Surety Companies Acceptable on Federal Bonds. Before submitting a bid, each contractor shall review the proposed Construction Drawings and Project Manual and shall visit the site of the work. Prior to bidding, each contractor shall fully inform himself as to the existing conditions and limitations under which the work is to be performed and shall include in their bid a sum to cover the cost of items necessary to perform the work as set forth in the proposed contract documents. No allowance shall be made because of lack of such examination or knowledge. Submission of a bid will be considered as conclusive evidence that the general contractor has made such examination. The successful bidder will be required to enter into an Owner/Contractor Agreement that includes compliance with all requirements and further documentation described in the Bid Documents including conformance to all provisions of the Federal Davis Bacon and Related Acts including the payment of prevailing wages and benefits. The Owner reserves the right to waive any irregularities and accept any or reject all bids when, in the opinion of the City of Port Clinton, such actions will serve the best interests of the City of Port Clinton. The contract, if awarded, will be awarded to the

LEGAL AD/ NOTIFICATION

Parcel number: 014-03886-05476000. Property Address: 1955 S. Lightner Road, Lot 17, Port Clinton. Notice is given that such taxes and special assessments, or installments of special assessments, and any other assessments, which are not legally due and payable according to law at the confirmation of sale, and all penalty and interest charges placed on the property from the time of confirmation of sale until payment in full and distribution is made shall remain a first and best lien on the parcels, and the purchasers shall take such premises subject to all such taxes, assessments, interest and penalty charges. Said premises cannot be sold for less than the total of said delinquent taxes, interest and accrued penalties and Court costs in the amount of $17,452.93. Bidding at time of publication to start at $17,453. This minimum bid will increase at the time of sale to include additional accumulated taxes and

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responsible bidder who has proposed the lowest and best contract sum, subject to the Owners right to reject any or all bids. Utilities - Bidders are advised that utility facilities will not be cleared from the construction area at the time of award of the contract. The plan notes provide the list if utilities that may be present in the within the work limits. The contractor shall exercise caution when working in proximity to the existing utility facilities. It is the contractor responsibility to contact the Ohio Utility Protection Services (O.U.P.S.) at 1-800-362-0988 prior to the commencement of work. Sections 105.06 and 107.17 of the Department of Transportation Construction and Material Specifications require, among other things, that the contractor cooperate with all utilities located within the limits of this construction project and take responsibility for the protection of the utility property and services. Bid Documents may be examined without charge at the of City of Port Clinton offices or at DGL Consulting Engineers, LLC at 3455 Briarfield Blvd, Maumee, OH 43537. Bid Documents may be purchased from the Engineer at the non-refundable cost of twenty five dollars per set, plus shipping, if requested. Bids will only be accepted from bidders of record who have obtained the official bid documents from the Engineer. The City of Port Clinton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The owner intends and requires that this project be substantially completed within 90 days of Notice to Proceed and be completed and ready for final payment within 120 days of Notice to Proceed. By order of City of Port Clinton. Tracy Colston, Safety Service Director Publication Dates 8/08/13, 8/15/13, 8/22/13 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Protective Association, an Ohio nonprofit corporation, having its principal office in Lakeside, Ottawa County, Ohio, by resolution of its members, elected to voluntarily dissolve and wind up its affairs pursuant to Section 1702.47 of the Ohio Revised Code. A Certificate of Dissolution was filed in the office of the Secretary of State of Ohio on or about August 1, 2013. This notice is given by order of the shareholders and directors of The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Protective Association. Housekeeps Wanted - Peninsula Hotels 6930 East Harbor Rd., Marblehead, Ohio 419-734-4778 Full Time Sales Associate at established market leader. looking for clean cut individual with great personality, no experience necessary, in house training program, hour plus bonuses , no Sundays. 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484 Parkside #25 Marblehead Blue Water condo Waterview 2 docks on Lake Erie Virtual tour on LakeErieLife.com $279,900 Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769

141 Massie Dr Put-In-Bay Fishing camp/Summer rental 2 cottages total 5 beds 2 baths Close to Lake and downtown $268,000 Rudy Cooks 419-341-6376

719 Langram Rd Put-In-Bay Beautifully restored 4 bed home Close to town on nearly an acre Enjoy the nature path & pond $339,000 Rudy Cooks 419-341-6376

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255 Hickory Ridge Catawba 4 bed 4 bath English Tudor style home 3376 sf with finished basement 2 FP, 3 covered porches, formal living areas $360,000 Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144

4451 E Marin Lakes Catawba Beautiful 3 bed 2 bath villa Custom upgrades throughout, open concept Private association dockage available $349,000 Cheryl Hetrick 419-212-0144

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HOME FOR RENT
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bedroom $540/Month, 2 bedroom $595/Month. Water and sewer included. One cat permitted, No dogs. 419-734-7422 or 419-3414498 Condo, one bdrm, w/d, stove, refrig. Close to Route 2, PC, Krogers. Available immediately. Contact jm022577@gmail.com

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APARTMENT FOR RENT


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CONDO FOR RENT


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COTTAGE FOR SALE


Port Clinton/Catawba Caottage. Private Beach and Marina (Orchard Beach) Small Cozy Getaway! Near Cedar Point & Other Attractions, Move In Ready With Furnishings Included Suitable For Year Round Living. $99,500. (330-663-1101)

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2005 Chevrolet Suburban LT, Well Maintained, 1 Owner, 8 Passenger, Leather Heated Seats, Tow Package, Sun Roof. $9995.00 call 419-341-5018

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MIKES TAXIDERMY, FISH SPECIALIST, Top Quality, Fast Turn Around, 35 Years Complete Service. Near Walmart. www. gallery-classics.com, click on Mikes Taxidermy. 419-732-3655

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Auction Corner
1996 Four Winns 219 Boat
Auction to be held August 9th, 2013 at 1:00 PM
at Northwest Catawba Marina 1560 NW Catawba Rd., Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 Owner Joe Flickenger

Place Your Ad HERE! Call 419-732-1500

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Sat. August 17 & 18th 2013 10:00 A. M.

13714 W SR 2 Oak Harbor


Amish oak furn., Ben Richmond prints, tools, guns, ammo, crossbow, hunting, fishing, Kubota tractor w/loader & mower, Kubota 52 mower, new snow blower, log splitter, firewood, trailers, trolling, equip., weight forward lures, Christmas, Santa collection, pool table and more. TermsCash or Good Check w/ID pic./details at AUCTIONZIP.COM 6950 Lyle Oberhaus Auctioneer 419-862-2844
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