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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Magruder Hospital renovating ER


Magruder Hospital has started making improvements to its emergency room that will improve the hospitals service to patients and accommodations for emergency personnel. The Board of Trustees recently approved this project and it is estimated to cost the hospital $950,000. The renovation will feature an additional entrance for ambulances, allowing for more private transportation of patients into the hospital. All of the treatment rooms will now be private, another enclosed registration area will be added and a new report room for emergency personnel is all part of the plan. Back in 2009 we added additional exam rooms to our emergency room, and in the process, we had to reclaim space being used by emergency personnel to complete their reports, said Jack Smith, Magruders Director of Facilities Management & Improvement. He said the hospital allocated another area adjacent to the ER for emergency personnel, but it was not as convenient for them as the previous location. We knew we had to get them back in the hospital, so when we began our renovation plans, we included a report room for them, said Smith. Smith went with Mike Long, Magruders President & CEO, to an emergency personnel meeting this summer to presented initial plans for the report room. They were thrilled to be getting space back within the ER. We wanted them to have a say in the design of the space, so we asked them for their input. We have kept in touch with them as we have progressed with the project, said Long. The entire renovation project is scheduled to be complete this summer.

Herman Cain, Joe the Plumber at fairgrounds


Former presidential candidate Herman Cain will join Republican Congressional Candidate Samuel Wurzelbacher at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds at 8:30 p.m. this Friday, Feb. 24. Wurzelbacher became an overnight sensation during the 2008 presidential election when he challenged then-candidate Barak Obama about his tax proposals. Actually it was Obamas answer, wouldnt you like to WURZELBACHER see the money spread around? that created most of the furor. Cain became a popular candidate as recently as December pushing his 9-9-9 plan. He is still a promoter of that tax concept and will speak to it when he appears with Wurzelbach- CAIN er this Friday at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds Banquet Facility. The event is free and open to the public. Cain and Wurzelbacher will be appearing at the Lucas County Lincoln Day Dinner earlier in the evening. The event is being hosted by Joe the Plumber supporters and area Tea Party members throughout Ottawa County. Wurzelbacher will be running for the 9th District Congressional seat against the winner of the primary election battle between a pair of incumbent Democrats: Marcy Kaptur and Dennis Kucinich.

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BY ANGIE ZAM Editor Thanks to the fast action of a security staffer and the quick response of fire crews, the pavilion is still standing in Lakeside after a Valentines Day blaze. Security guard Andy Larson said he was doing his final rounds Tuesday night when he saw flames coming out the door of the pavilion. He immediately jumped in his truck and called for help. The Lakeside Fire Department later joined by crews from Marblehead and Catawba was on scene in minutes. According to Tom Derby, Lakesides Chief Financial Officer, their speed made all the difference. That coupled with the firewall doing its job pretty much saved the pavilion, he said. According to Derby, the blaze started in the stairwell on the east side of the pavilion and spread up to the roof. Significant damage was done to that portion of the structure but a firewall kept the flames from going into the central pavilion. Residents and Lakeside leadership took time at their monthly potluck meeting to thank Larson and the fire crews. They gave me a plaque and gift card to Walmart, Larson said. I was really surprised. That gave me a fat head for a day and half. He moved real fast and did the right things and we feel he was a big part of saving the building, Derby said. Our goal now is to get some contractors in this week and get started rebuilding before the season.

Care packages headed to Afghanistan


A Port Clinton area soldier stationed in Afghanistan recently reached out for support and VFW Post 2480 is answering the call. Sgt. Kenneth Bacons unit is collecting school supplies to hand out to the local children. In addition, Bacon pointed out that some men in his unit dont receive care packages from friends and family in the states. The soldiers could use bathing supplies and snacks. Rose Isaacs Port Clinton Kids Care Club has begun working on a campaign to collect the school supplies and requests have been sent out to some local businesses. To make a donation for the kids or the soldiers, a collection box has been set up in the VFW Canteen, 214 Madison St. To have your items picked up, call 419734-9981.

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Today is Volume 30, Issue 1 of The Beacon. That means we are beginning our 30th year as a community newspaper serving the people of Ottawa County. Much has changed over the past 29 years since we began publishing in a tiny upstairs office at 106 W. Perry St. in Port Clinton. One big change has been the Internet. Many newspapers have been adversely affected by making choices about what to put online and what not put there. Fortunately for The Beacon, our circulation has remained virtually unchanged for 29 years, while our website has grown dramatically in popularity and readership. For all of you who make reading The Beacon a part of your week, no matter what format you use, we say thank you from the bottom of our hearts. It is you who keep us alive.
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We lost two of Ottawa Countys best people last week and this week. Bob Underwood is gone he has been an institution in downtown Port Clinton since 1946 when he returned from the service of his country to start his Second Street restaurant. I saw him at the restaurant just about a week before he died, and he was, as always, a perfect gentleman. Im gonna miss him! We also lost Joe Mahler, who I worked with for many years as an officer of the Port Clinton Boosters. Im going to miss him too.
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from more than 90 entries. She found our friendly fish in the ad for Veh and Son Furniture on page 3B in the Feb. 9 Beacon. This week, Michael Titmus found Wylie in the ad for Portage Re-Sale Center. Elinor and Michael both win $20 gift cards from Friendship Food Stores. Well be hiding Wylie again this week, if you find him, drop off an entry form at our office in the Beacon Place Business Center or click on the Find Wylie Icon at our website www.thebeacon.net.
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Jan. 9, 1921 Feb. 16, 2012 Robert L. Underwood, 91 of Port Clinton, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Feb. 16, at Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton. He was born on Jan. 9, 1921 in Toledo, the son of Henry L. and Emma (Ottoman) Underwood. Bob started cooking when he graduated from high school. He cooked for the crew on the highway construction for two years. Bob was a veteran of the U.S. Army. On Sept. 19, 1943, in South Bend, Ind., he married Ethel Gene Rhoades and she survives. In 1946, he moved to Port Clinton, to take over the Crystal Hamburger Shop, where he changed the name to Bobs Grill in 1951 and also had a Bobs Grill in Fremont for 10 years. He owned and operated many businesses such as Underwoods Restaurant, the Camp Perry Club House, Camp Perry Snack Bar on the Beach for 10 years, Camp Perry drive in, Fremont Oil Restaurant along with the bus stop, Seafare Room, next door to the restaurant, catering room for weddings, etc. where all the service clubs would meet, Lake Hotel Dining Room for two years, Lakeside Hotel dining room for two years, concession stand at Lake View Park for 10 years, catering from the restaurant downtown, weddings, box lunches, vending machines and on site food service at Uniroyal and small Seafare Room and Calvery Room at Avalon for two years. Bob could be found flipping pancakes at many charitable events throughout Port Clinton. He was a member of the Elks Lodge No. 1718 and the V.F.W. Homer D. Gardner Post No. 2480. Bob will be greatly missed by his loving friends and family. Survivors include: wife Ethel R. Underwood; children Sharon Johnson, Mike (Diane) Underwood, Steve (Lisa) Underwood and Pat (Dave) Potempa; grandchildren Travis (Tracey) Johnson, Andrew (Shannon) Johnson, Cassandra (Mike) Botti, Alexandria Underwood, Neal (Kara) Carr and Quentin Potempa; great-grandchildren Bayard, Amelia and Ava Johnson. Bob was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Kenneth; and sister, Dorothy Underwood Smith. Visitation will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, where there will be an Elks Lodge of Sorrow service at 6 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. James N. Lehman at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the funeral home. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery, with a military graveside service conducted by the V.F.W. Homer D. Gardner Post No. 2480. Memorial contributions in memory of Bob may be given to Ottawa County Humane Society. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

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Died Feb. 15, 2012 Margaret E. Grube, age 89, of Medway, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Dayton, Ohio, the daughter of William and Winona Lila Lena (Ible) Brasington. Margaret was Assistant Editor at the Fairborn Daily Herald retiring in 1982 after being a prize-winning reporter with 27 years of faithful service. Mrs. Grube was a 1940 graduate of Bath High School in Osborn, Ohio. Prior to newspaper work she was employed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. She was a member of the Ohio Newspaper Womens Association in which she held appointive and elective offices including the presidency. She was a member of the Medway Baptist Church, American Association of Retired Persons and the New Carlisle American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 286. She was an honorary member of the Fairborn, Chamber of Commerce. In 1995 she was enshrined in the Fairborn City Schools Hall of Honor and in 1993 she served as Queen of the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival. She was a past member of Women in Communications Inc, formerly Theta Sigma Pi and Blue Pencil, an organization of journalism of which she served a president She was preceded in death by her parents; stepfather, Charles Stewart; brothers, Kenneth and Paul A. Brasington; and her loving husband, Warren Grube in 1999. She is survived by her daughter, Peggy Laverne Van Vleet and Jeanne Brinkman of Huber Heights, sisters in law, Wanda Brasington of Midwest City, Oklahoma and Nancy Brasington of Miamisburg, Ohio, nieces and nephews, extended family members, Bill Albert of Medway, Ohio, Kathy Murphy of Erlanger, Ky, Regina, Michael , Brandon and Katie Fewer of Union, Ky Jennifer, Sam, Sammy and Nate Cox of Dry Ridge, Ky. Mark, Gretchen, Cody and Gabe Perkins, John John Kristoff, and Rick and Shanna Albert, her Port Clinton friends and Marsha Albert. Friends may call in the Burcham Jennings Funeral Home, 119 E. Main St., Fairborn, Ohio, Sunday Feb. 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. where services will be held Monday, Feb. 20, at 10 a.m. burial will be in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. In her last month Mrs. Grube was cared for by Lela Lewis and will be missed by her three granddogs, Sara, Sassee and Kallee. Mrs. Grube suggested that in lieu of flowers that people who knew her take their loved ones out to dinner and tell them how much they love them.

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With all of the economic turmoil, parents are becoming aware of their childrens problems. Mom and dad need to confront these issues with their own estate planning. Here are some examples: DIVORCEYour son or daughter calls and states that things are not going well and that they may file for divorce in the near future. If you die and leave anything to your child shortly before the divorce then your assets could be counted in the childs assets. This happened several years ago. I rewrote the trust leaving the child out of the final distribution. Sure enough, the father died and the daughter in law tried to get to the assets. By preplanning, the assets were protected and eventually got to the sons children. ILLNESSThis is the hardest one to explain. The case is when the adult child has a serious long-term illness. It is anticipated that the child will have large medical bills. If they run out of funds then they may apply for government assistance. In either event, if the parent dies and a large amount of money would pass on the death of the parent, it would immediately go to the payment of medical bills and not be available for the surviving spouse and grandchildren. Preplanning can provide an alternate distribution that would protect your assets and see that the assets get to your loved ones. JOB LOSSYour child, who has done very well and has a large home, suddenly loses his job. The credit card is over the limit and the penalties for mortgage nonpayment make home ownership out of the question with no possibility of sale in sight. If the parent dies, the inheritance is immediately available for all of the excessive charges that have accumulated. Bypassing the child will eliminate the loss of your estate for payment of excessive debts. REAL ESTATE several scenarios. 1. Your child purchased an expensive home and was able to get a 95% loan. You know the rest of the story. With the job loss, many children just quit paying. Sometimes the bank will string the children along and let the debt grow with interest only payments that only compound the problem. 2. Your child has a fixed rate loan. Then, the bank offered an equity loan with a large amount of available credit and a checkbook. Along came a new car and the family vacation. What a great piggy bank. With every check came a larger payment. Soon the limit was reached and the payments were equal to the first mortgage payments. 3. The children are daring. They buy a house for no money down and fix it up with the guarantee of doubling their money. The bank helped with the plan and they are on their way to a fortune. They may even quit their day job it was going to be so lucrative. You know the last chapter of this story. The children still own the house and the mortgage payment has taken all of their other available assets. BANKRUPCTYYour child may have to declare bankruptcy. If you die shortly before or after he files, his share of your estate is immediately available for payment of all of the worthless debt. CONCLUSIONThe purpose of this article is to make you aware that your adult childs problem may still be yours. If there are any red flags of concern, you may consider revising your estate plan so that your assets will not be available for his debts.
Jeff Roth is a partner with David Bacon of the firm ROTH and BACON with offices in Port Clinton, Upper Sandusky and Marion, Ohio. Mr. Roth is also licensed and practices in Florida. His practice is limited to wealth strategy planning and elder law in both states. Nothing in this article is intended for, nor should be relied upon as individual legal advice. The purpose of this article is to help educate the public on concepts of law as they pertain to estate and business planning. Jeff Roth can be reached at ohiofloridatrust@aol.com (telephone: 419-732-9994) copyright@Jeffrey P. Roth 2012.

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Port Clinton Seniors are welcoming spring with their second annual chicken dinner Sunday, April 15. The meal runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until its sold out at the Moose Lodge, 1105 W. Lakeshore Drive. Tickets will go on sale March 5 and are $7 in advance or $8 at the door. Dinners include a half chicken by Barb-Que Traveler, two sides, a dessert and beverage and are available for dine-in or carry-out. Tickets can be pur-

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chased from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday or Friday at the Port Clinton Senior Center, 320 E. Third St. or during business hours at Marys Blossom Shoppe, 125 Madison St., Port Clinton. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit PC Seniors special projects fund. For information, call Juanita Mills-Persely at 419-341-1080.

Bingo at The Vineyard


Once again, on Thursday, March 1st, at 2:00 p.m., residents and friends will gather for Bingo at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 1, at The Vineyard on Catawbas Community Center, 3820 E. Vineyard Village Dr., Port Clinton. The cost is $1 donation per card, and prizes will be awarded to all winners. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Call 419-797-3100 for information.

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Currently more than 69 million people are caregivers in the United States. When you are a caregiver, it is important to be able to navigate the right resources, understand the dynamics of caregiving and provide the best possible solution in a critical situation for your loved one or a parent. Otterbein North Shore is offering a free book to caregivers, The Complete Eldercare Planner, authored by Joy Loverde. Womans Day magazine describes the book as, the most complete resource between two covers. Otterbein has been caring for elders for 100 years and understands the importance of knowing where to turn for help and seeking guidance when needed. This book, along with an experienced staff member, can help you with area resources and checklists to ease the stress of caregiving. For your free copy of The Complete Eldercare Planner, call Lisa Cutcher at Otterbein North Shore at 419-798-8203.

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The Lions Club of the Marblehead Peninsula has selected Kayla Oxendale as Januarys Student of the Month. Kayla is a Danbury High School senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Oxendale of Danbury. Kayla is president of the Student Council, vice president of the National Honor Society and Key Club. She is a member of PAWS, Danbury High Schools animal support group and is in charge of the Pet Pantry project. She is a four-year varsity letter winner for cross country and was a regional qualifier in 2009 and 2010. Kayla is also a varsity letter winner for basketball and track. She was presented the Hallier Trophy for athletic excellence last spring. She represented Danbury High School at the HOBY Leadership seminar in 2010. Kayla has earned both her Activity and High Excellence letters. Kayla is very active in the Firelands Firecracker 4-H Club and serves on the Ottawa County Junior Fair Board. Her hobbies include snowboarding, boating, wakeboarding, horseback riding, and caring for her 4-H hogs and chickens. Her favorite memories include all the Danbury athletic teams she has been a part of. The achievement she is most proud of is the organization of the first Danbury High School Take a Day to Give Back last spring. Students and staff took the day to do community service throughout the school district. Kayla plans to attend Colorado State University or The Ohio State University next fall, to major in animal science. Her parents have influenced her the most. They have exposed me to the world outside of Marblehead and have taught me to be a mature and respectful person The Danbury staff states that Kayla is a leader, who is not swayed by her peers. She is organized, very responsible, and gets the job done. She is her own person.

BCS seeking renewal levy


In 1991, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local Schools passed a 4.33 mill operating levy. The community has been steadfast in that commitment and has continued to renew that levy four times since then. BCS is looking for the continued financial support of the community on March 6 this year. The Board and Administration are committed to producing a balanced budget while maintaining excellence for the students and district. The renewal of this levy is very important to meet our goal of a balanced budget for next school year, said BCS Board President Jeff Dornbusch. Benton-Carroll-Salem Local Schools is striving to eliminate deficit spending for the next school year after three failed new levy attempts in 2011. However, in May 2011, the state reduced the districts revenue by almost $700,000 for this year and approximately an additional $350,000 for next school year. As BCS leaders looks to the future, they are economizing wherever possible. They are continuing to make reductions in staffing and spending. We are thankful for the past support of the community and looking for their continued support at the same level, Dornbusch said. This renewal will not be a tax increase and will help continue the Excellent rated education the community expects and deserves.

Oak Harbor DECA announces entrepreneurship award recipients


Oak Harbor DECA members presented awards to three local entrepreneurs on Feb. 14, at the eighth annual Entrepreneurship Awards Banquet. The banquet was held to honor local business owners for their contributions to the Oak Harbor Community. The Oak Harbor Rotary Club hosted the event and provided dinner. The criteria used to select award winners included creativity, innovation, outstanding customer service and commitment to the local community. The Outstanding Entrepreneur Awards were given to the following: Jeff Chio of Edward Jones, Anna Lou Spino of Batdorff, and Dave Heintz of DCh Holmes Limited. This event is the result of a partnership formed with DECA and the Oak Harbor Rotary Club. As future leaders and entrepreneurs, students have the opportunity to network with local business leaders and gain valuable insight into the business world. This was one of many activities to celebrate Entrepreneurship Month and was part of the Oak Harbor DECA Entrepreneurship Promotion Project Campaign. The theme for this years campaign is Entrepreneurs Dare to Dream! The goal of the campaign is to inform, educate and involve students and community members about the importance of entrepreneurs. The campaign managers are Samantha Durivage, Nathan Segaard and Austin Wiegand.

PC schools announces Flagship Captain Award winners


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The Flagship Awards are part of Port Clinton City School Districts recognition program to honor parents, community members, staff and students that help the district fulfill its motto of Proudly Charting a Course for Success. At the Jan. 23 meeting, the Port Clinton Board of Education recognized Cynthia Durdel with a Captain Award for staff. Durdel has contributed greatly to help the district Proudly Chart a Course for Success. Through the North Point Educational Service Center, she has helped the in the implementation of several new curriculum initiatives. In addition, she assists the superintendent in developing Leadership Academies and was the grant writer for Race to Top funding for the district. Durdel coordinates professional development for the district regarding the new curriculum initiatives which have aligned the district with the core standards thus helping to improve test scores. She has earned respect of staff members due to knowledge and commitment to district. Durdel is a Port Clinton High School alumnus and the school district is grateful to have her expertise and dedication to her alma mater.

Flagship Recipient Cynthia Durdel (center) stands with Port Clinton Board of Education President David Belden and Vice President Barb Drusbacky.

Firelands Regional Medical Center nationally recognized for promoting quality and safety in endoscopy
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The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) has granted Firelands Regional Medical Center with a 3-year certificate of recognition for our commitment in meeting standards of excellence in endoscopy including patient safety and specialized training to provide the safest and best care possible for our patients. Working together with the support staff of the Firelands Digestive Health Center, endoscopies are performed by the following Gastroenterologists on staff at Firelands: Martin H. Beerman, MD Lawrence R. McCormack, MD Sirvaramakrishnan S. Nair, MD And the following General Surgeons: Fredric H. Itzkowitz, DO Robert G. Kloos, DO Paul C. Laffay, DO Albert V. Vargas, MD

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Help PC firefighters in their climb for a cause


Fortunately many of us will never experience the trauma of not being able to take a complete breath. However, those who live in multi-story homes or in an upper-floor apartment understand the issues of carrying a basket of laundry or groceries up a flight or two of stairs. Now imagine climbing 42 flights of stairs, 804 steps, while wearing an extra 40 pounds of firefighter gear. That is exactly what Port Clinton Firefighters Matthew Horn and Jay Edwards will be doing on Saturday, March 3, as they climb Terminal Tower in downtown Cleveland as they participate with others in the American Lung Associations Fight For Air Climb. Horn, a local Chiropractor and lecturer on nutrition and other health topics, was initially intrigued by the challenge after talking to another Port Clinton resident, Joe Camerato. Camerato, a firefighter in Toledo, participated in another climb in early February and recruited Horn. Joe said it was the hardest thing hes ever had to do, Horn said. I didnt want to be the only firefighter from our department so I asked if anyone was interested and Jay jumped right up. Edwards, an avid runner and bicyclist, said he was just looking for another challenge. When Matt asked for volunteers, I thought it was for a great cause and would be a huge challenge. Forty-two flights of stairs in full fire gear, including helmet, gloves and air tank is not something many people would ever do in their lifetime, let alone voluntarily, he said. The three have been training for about two weeks, running a few miles each day and climbing the steps at TruLay Stadium and an area condo complex to build up endurance. Some participating look at it as a race. Im just looking to finish for a sense of accomplishment, Horn said. We know it will be a challenge but were looking forward to it. Port Clinton Fire Chief Kent Johnson is proud of Horn and Edwards. As firefighters we understand the importance of adequate air supply. Without it we cant do our job. And, if we cant do our job properly, people get hurt, Johnson said. I cant say enough good things about Matt and Jay for what they are doing. Its a wonderful event for a wonderful cause. When asked why he wasnt participating in the Climb for Air Chief Johnson joked, Oh, but I am! Ill take the elevator to the top floor where Ill be waiting with a bottle of water for each of them. Port Clinton Firefighters Horn and Edwards are accepting donations on behalf of the American Lung Association. According to the event webpage (http://www.lung. org/pledge-events/oh/cleveland-climb-fy12/) donations may be given online with a credit card or checks made payable to the American Lung Association may be mailed or dropped off at the PC Fire Station located at 1755 State St., Port Clinton, OH 43452, with the notation Horn/Edwards in the memo section of the check. All proceeds from this event will be used by the American Lung Association for continued efforts toward education, research and advocacy in the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air. For information or to start your own team, contact Climb Manager Patty Kaplan at 216-532-8203.

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Tickets on sale for 17th scholarship auction


The Port Clinton Area Business and Professional Womens 17th annual scholarship auction will be held Friday, March 9, at the Catawba Island Club. Tickets for the event are now being sold and can be purchased from any BPW member or at Perfect Color Hair and Tan for $30. Ticket price includes dinner at CIC dinner, entry into the door prize drawing and a paddle for the always lively live auction. Donations for both silent and live auction items are appreciated from local businesses and individuals alike. Local art, wines and event packages are all always popular auction items. Other great ideas are sporting event tickets, beach glass jewelry and service gift cards. Funds raised by the BPW Auction and other fundraising

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events support local projects. Scholarships to adult women and graduating senior girls is the largest part of BPWs annual giving. Last year, more than $9,000 in scholarships were granted to ladies from Ottawa County to pursue higher education. Ruth Anns House and the Magruder ER also benefit from BPW funded projects each year. As a sponsor of a Riverview Birthday Party, Meet the Candidates Night and A Day For Me, the members of BPW thank you in advance for your donation to keep these projects going. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket, donating an item or making a cash donation, contact Emily Dunfee at 419-341-6278, by email at emily@rescuemarine.com or by mail to PO Box 26, Marblehead OH 43440

Lenten Mission kicks off at ICS


Immaculate Conception Church Port Clinton is having a 2012 Lenten Mission Make Way, Make Way, Here Comes the Image of God from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, to Wednesday, Feb. 29, in the church. Sister Christine Pratt, OSU, and Sister Margaret Marszal, HM, both from Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center in Fremont, will be presenting these interesting and informative evenings with reflective, prayerful and unique approaches to individual, family and global relationships with God. These will be excellent evenings for the beginning of positive Lenten reflections. The first evening will reflect on who am I? Who am I in Gods eyes? Who is God to me? What ways do I walk with God in my daily life? The second evening will focus on who my family is. How my family is a source of community for me. What ways do I support others at home, work, school and in my parish? The third evening is about, who is my neighbor? Where do I connect with people who need help outside of my neighborhood? What ways do I learn about global concerns? The fourth evening will be a tying together of all the evenings and a final mass. What is a mission? It is a time when we come together to reflect on our lives in the light of the Gospel message. A time when we come together to pray as a Christian Community. A time when we come to celebrate our faith in Jesus. A time when nothing less than miracles can happen. Miracles of the heart! Come join the people of IC for all evenings or just the evenings that you are available. All are welcome.

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Village Watch program?


BY CHIEF GREG FULTZ Marblehead Police Village Watch is a team effort by community members to look out for each others safety and to help law enforcement officials protect people and their property against criminal activity. The Marblehead Police Department has learned that community participation in the fight against crime is essential. One of the most effective ways is to promote information sharing through established neighborhood groups to determine specific problems or needs. The police can then act on this information and report back to the neighborhood group on their progress. Working together, neighbors learn how to safeguard each others homes and property and thus reduce the risk of crime. They become more alert to suspicious circumstances and individuals in their area, and feel more at ease in calling the police for assistance. Village Watch is not a vigilante organization. Rather it promotes and provides awareness, techniques and tools to assist each of us in making our community a safer and better place to live. Village Watch provides law enforcement with the resource of many more eyes and ears to assist in their efforts to provide services. In short, Village Watch is a pro-active approach to crime prevention and community safety. Neighborhood meetings promote friendships between neighbors as well as community leaders and members of our police department. Working together we can improve and preserve the lifestyle we have come to appreciate. Together we make the Village of Marblehead a happy, effective and productive community. If you are a Village resident and would like be part of a Village Watch program, contact Chief Gregory Fultz or Patrolman Casey Joy at 419-798-5881 for information. The Marblehead Police Department will host a meeting regarding the start up of a Village Watch program. The date and time for that meeting will be determined and announced if enough interest is shown.

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Computer classes back by popular demand


Port Clinton City School District will once again offer computer classes for the community. Registration is required and more details will be provided with registration. The 2012 schedule includes the following classes: All You Wanted to Know About Word but were Afraid to Ask! Overview of the Word program. Learn how to create a document, change and select text, formatting font and much more; 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 29. Prerequisite: Proficiency with the mouse and keyboard. Texting, What does LOL Mean Anyway? Participants will learn the basics and popular abbreviations. Bring your own cell phone; 2 to 4 p.m. March 29. Video Calling Just like the Jetsons! For those who do not already have a Skype or video calling account. Learn how to use your computer for face-to-face conversations with loved ones far away. You will learn what you need to set up your computer at home and the basics of video calling. Only 10 spots available for this special class; 2 to 4 p.m. April 26. To register for any of the classes, call 419-732-2102, ext 242, or email jgluth@pccsd.net. The classes are free to residents of the Port Clinton City School District. Space is limited.

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Our Admissions Coordinator, Robyn Karbler, has been busy preparing area residents for upcoming recovery from cardiac and knee surgeries, hip replacements and more. Otterbein North Shore offers both in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation therapy for all sorts of injuries, illnesses and surgeries. And were taking pre-registrations for spring therapy! Would you like to know where youre going and what to expect before you have to have that surgery? Robyn will be happy to show you the innovative, private & beautifully appointed rehab suites and introduce you to our very knowledgeable and helpful therapy team! Call today for more information.
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The Port Clinton Power Squadron recently elected its officers for the 2012 Bridge. Those elected were: Squadron Education Officer Lt/C Wayne A.Walter (left), P; Executive Officer D/Lt Joyce E. Jagucki, S; Commander Charles V. Kletecka, JN; Secretary Lt/C Sally I. Walter, P; Treasurer P/C Sandra F. Pick, AP; and Administrative Officer Lt/C Thomas D. Thompson, S (not shown).

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Residents continue to seek assistance with heating bills


Around the WSOS four-county service area, 518 households have been approved to receive assistance to pay their heating bills in January 2012 through the Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program. A total of $144,752 was approved to assist these residents. This number is fewer than those served in December 2011. According to Tony Lindenberger, basic needs specialist at WSOS, this could be attributed to two reasons: a warmer January and the PIPP Plus program that allows delinquent gas and electric company customers to pay off their bills with a very small monthly amount. The balance of the bills is then forgiven if the customer maintains a good payment record over a period of time. To date, the number of people who have been approved for assistance to pay their heating bills since the program started Nov. 1 is 1,796. In January, the number served in each of the WSOS counties is as follows: Wood County 154 households for a total of $43,090 Ottawa County 93 households for a total of $27,920 Sandusky County 143 households for a total of $39,163 Seneca County 128 households for a total of $34,579 The income limits to receive assistance through this program remains at 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. This means that households with one person should earn no more than $21,780 or four-person households should have incomes of no more than $44,700. EHEAP provides one-time assistance to income-eligible residents to help them maintain their heating source by paying some of their heating bills. These households receive up to $450 one time to pay electric and other utilities, and up to $750 for those who use propane and have less than a 10-day supply left in the tank. Residents who have shut off notices receive assistance with heating bills through EHEAP while assistance for those who do not have shut off notices is available through regular HEAP. Regular HEAP also provides a one-time per heating season assistance with paying some heating bills. However, regular HEAP requires applicants to file their own applications. WSOS has applications available and can assist applicants with the forms. Both EHEAP and HEAP operate until March 31. Appointments are required to apply for assistance through EHEAP. To make an appointment, regardless of which county you live in, call 1-888-441-4327.

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program, and promote youth activities. WHERE: Oak Harbor High School Cafeteria INFO: 419-898-5440 COST: $8 her imagination to become part of the theme. For 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds (no kindergarteners please) WHEN: 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Library INFO: 419-732-3212 WHERE: The Vineyard on Catawba Community, Center, 3820 E. Vineyard Village Dr., Port Clinton COST: Catered lunch is $6 INFO: 419-797-3100

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WHAT: Take Off Pounds Sensibly; all are welcome WHEN: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; weigh-in at 6 p.m. every Thursday WHERE: 320 E. Third St., Port Clinton

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WHEN: 7 p.m. every Friday WHERE: St. John Lutheran Church, 122 Ottawa, Oak Harbor

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Business workshop

WHAT: Monthly meeting WHEN: 7 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month WHERE: Otterbein North Shore Retirement Center, 9400 North Shore Blvd., Marblehead

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Republican Lunch Bunch

WHAT: The buffet lunch is $10. No reservations required. WHEN: Noon the fourth Thursday of each month WHERE: Port Clinton Elks, 231 Buckeye Blvd.

The Gathering

WHAT: Free blood pressure checks are offered during this free meal; open to the public WHEN: 4:30 to 6 p.m. the last Thursday of each month WHERE: St. John Lutheran Church Parish Hall, corner Adams and Second streets, Port Clinton

WHAT: Are you interested in learning more about the Bald Eagles that live at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge? Join refuge staff and volunteers for an informal bus tour of the refuge. Registrations are required and will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. To sign up, call 419-898-0014. Other dates are: March 8, 24 and 29; and April 7 and 19 WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon WHERE: Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge; entrance is located 16 miles west of Port Clinton on Ohio 2 INFO: www.fws.gov/ midwest/Ottawa

WHAT: Learn how to reward and motivate employees with little or no money at a workshop by Robin Wood of Robinwood Consulting. The event is sponsored by the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Ida Rupp Public Library. WHEN: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. with registration at 8 a.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, 310 Madison St. COST: Free to chamber members INFO: Register by calling the chamber at 419-7345503

WHEN: 6 p.m. every Wednesday WHERE: Oak Harbor Library, 147 W. Main St. INFO: 419-276-0304

One day, two local shows for Terra Jazz Combo


The Terra Jazz Combo II will perform this Saturday at 2 p.m. at Riverview Health Care Campus and at 3:30 p.m. at the Vineyard on Catawba thanks to a grant from the Ottawa County Community Foundation. Families, friends and members of the community are invited to attend along with residents to enjoy the performance of jazz through the decades. This concert, which Lunches to Go $5.50 is free of charge, is presented by the Musical Mon., Feb. 27 Chicken OR Beef Stir Fry Arts Series at Firelands.

Bible Study

WHAT: Lord, Teach Us to Pray: Six Studies on Spirituality and the Lords Prayer. Please sign up on the Opportunity Table or by calling the church office 419-734-6211 and come to the first class prepared to purchase the student book ($13) WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesdays through April 4 WHERE: Firelands Presbyterian Church, 2626 E. Harbor Road, Port Clinton INFO: firelandschurch.org

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WHAT: Twelve-step group for those affected by anothers drinking WHEN: 8 p.m. every Thursday WHERE: Trinity United Meth. Church, 135 Adams St. Port Clinton

WHAT: Celebrate all things pink with games, a craft, snacks and stories. The party is for ages 3 to second grade. Caregivers are welcome and encouraged to stay and participate. No registration is required. WHEN: 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. INFO: 419-732-3212

WHAT: Pastor Kurt Borows leads the popular Bible Study series formerly held at Firelands Presbyterian Church. A catered lunch will be served followed by a Prayer and Meditation Service led by Rev. Bruce Batchelor-Glader, Trinity United Methodist Church. The public is invited to attend any or all services. WHEN: 10:30 a.m. Bible study; noon lunch; 12:30 prayer and meditation

Lunch and Learn

WHAT: Leap into downsizing with interior designer Terra Campbell. Her mission is to create homes based on people and their personalities and not trends. The seminar will include a complimentary lunch prepared by the executive chef. WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: The Hearth, Otterbein North Shore INFO: RSVP 419-798-8203

Comedy Club Night


Friday, March 2 8pm
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Wed., Feb. 29 Cheesy Mushroom Burger Onion Ring OR Fries Cup of Soup Dill Pickle Spear Thur., March 1 Stuffed Pork Chop Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Vegetable, Roll & Butter Fri., March 2 Lake Erie Yellow Perch OR Jumbo Breaded Shrimp Buttered Potatoes Fried Cabbage & Dumplings Pierogies Cole Slaw - Roll & Butter
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Thursday, February 23, 2012 1B

PC faces Clyde to close regular season


About all that can be said for the 2011-12 basketball season for the Port Clinton boys team is that it allowed a number of younger players to get involved and get some major experience. The Redskins dropped a pair of games last weekend, as they watched Huron drop in a 24 point 3rd quarter to put the game out of reach on Friday, and then they battled at Fostoria on Saturday night before dropping a 59-47 decision. I thought we played better on Friday against a pretty good Huron team, said PC Coach Troy Diels on Tuesday. We had our chances, but just made too many mistakes. Our young kids are getting better and will be better for going through all this in the future. Against Fostoria the Redskins made it close. It was a 4-point game a half, but they beat us up on the boards in the 3rd quarter and we could never recover from it, said Diels. Alex Greene returned to form for the Redskins in both games with 17 points and a bunch of rebounds, but the effort was not enough. PC has now lost 11 of their last 12 games since the injury bug hit taking seniors Jason Faust and Aaron Mier out for the season, one with a knee injury that required surgery and one with an Achilles injury. The Redskins finish the regular season on Friday night at Clyde. The Fliers have been surging in the second half of the season and will provide a stiff test for the road-weary Redskins as they play their fourth consecutive road game. They (Clyde) have been playing very well since the mid-point of the season, said Coach Diels. I think the biggest thing for them is that they execute so well in the half court, about as well as I have seen all year. Tournament play begins next week with the Redskins moving to the Sectionals to be held at Oregon Clay. The Redskins play Toledo Woodward Tuesday night at 8 p.m.

Sophomore Brock Moore puts up a runner in the lane against Huron last Friday.

PHOTO BY BILL MIGALA

Redskin bowlers make it to sixth District tourney


The Redskin boys bowling team struggled but hung on long enough to earn a sixth consecutive trip to the OHSAA NW District Tournament at Interstate Lanes in Rossford next Friday. Bowling begins at 5 p.m. PC ended up seventh out of 17 teams advancing with a 3,569 score for three team games and six Baker games. Senior Jonny Newton led the Skins with games of 195-1,789190 for a 563 series. Sean Black chipped in with 191=530, David Wilburn 190=525, and Darryl Trent 201=512. Other team members are Jon Koch, Brock Rider, Nathan Van Hoose, Jacob Reed and Sam Miller. We certainly didnt bowl our best, although we did roll the fourth highest team game of the tournament with 917, said Coach Bob Black. Our Baker games were fair but we started the third game with seven consecutive strikes and ended with a 235. That gave us enough to slide ahead of Sandusky by 40 pins. While we struggled at times, our players never quit, worked hard and were rewarded. Well work hard in practice this week and try to earn a trip to Columbus for the state finals.

SENIOR LADY REDSKINS

PHOTO BY BILL MIGALA

Port Clintons five seniors clown around prior to their game with Clyde last Thursday night. They played their final home game in the loss to the State Ranked Lady Fliers. They are: Meigan Day (left), Alex Stephenson, Kenzie Payne, Samantha Mizener and Laura Puffenberger. Despite the loss, the Lady Redskins had a successful regular season and enter tournament play this week.

Danbury girls finish season at .500 in the TAAC


BY YANEEK SMITH OTTAWA HILLS 65 DANBURY 33 The Danbury girls basketball team finished the season with a 65-33 loss to Ottawa Hills last week to complete the regular season. After falling behind 17-6 following the first quarter, the Lakers were able keep it close heading into the half, outscoring the Lady Bears, 13-12, in the second period to cut it to a 29-19 deficit. However, Ottawa Hills took over from there, outscoring Danbury, 19-6, in the third quarter to take control of the contest. With the loss, Danbury falls to 7-13 overall and 7-7 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference (TAAC). Ottawa Hills, a perennial power in the conference, is now 18-2 and 14-0 in the TAAC. Nancy Rumpf was magnificent for the Bears, finishing with a game-high 31 points. Teammates Haley Jarecki and Caroline Arnos scored 13 and 11 points, respectively. The Lakers got 10 points from Kelsey Clemons and eight from Cassidy Rhodes. If Danbury is able to defeat St. Mary CC in the sectional semifinals, theyll advance to play Cardinal Stritch (8-12, 8-6 TAAC) on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. at Woodmore High School.

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SPORTS

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OHHS girls close out regular season with loss to Perkins


BY YANEEK SMITH PERKINS 72 OAK HARBOR 41 The Oak Harbor girls fell behind early and never recovered in their 7241 loss to Perkins last week. The Lady Pirates took control from the beginning, outscoring the Rockets, 14-4, in the first quarter before breaking the game open with a 24-12 advantage in the second quarter for a 38-16 lead at halftime. With the loss, Oak Harbor falls to 7-13 overall and 3-11 in the Sandusky Bay Conference (SBC). Perkins finishes the season with a 15-5 record and a a 10-4 mark in the SBC, good for second place in the league. Perkins Jordan Fraley led all scorers with 18 points, followed by Kayla Yost and Chelsea Smith, who finished with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Abbie Gezo led the Rockets with 14 points, 10 of which came at the freethrow line, and Allison Dunn scored 11 points. Oak Harbor faces Bellevue (16-4) at 8 p.m. on Saturday, and, should they win, will face either Toledo Scott, Maumee or Rossford in the district semifinals. beginning, outscoring Oak Harbor, 13-8 and 19-7, in the first two quarters, respectively, to take a 32-15 into the half before cruising to a 61-47 victory. With the loss, the Rockets fall to 2-11 in the SBC. The Panthers are now 11-8 overall and 6-7 in the league. SMCC guard Alex Opfer led all scorers with 16 points and forward Denarius Harris finished with 12 points. Oak Harbor guard Greg Harr scored a team-high 14 points and Austin Wiegand chipped in with 10 points. The Rockets finish the regular season when they host Perkins (17-2, 130) on Friday.

Danburys Caleb Helline attempts this lay up against visiting Oak Harbor last Saturday. Caleb led the Laker offense with 24 points.

PHOTO BY JOHN KOZAK

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ST. MARY CC 61 OAK HARBOR 47 St. Mary CC took control from the

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son. The Rockets led 12-7 after one quarter and 27-20 at halftime before extending to 34-22 lead at the end of the three quarters before Danbury rallied. With the win, the Rockets improve to 3-16 and the Lakers fall to 0-19 overall. A.J. Cecil led the Rockets with 14 points and Greg Haar scored 12. Lakers guard Caleb Helline led all scorers with 24 points and Cory Schenk chipped in with nine points. Danbury closes out the regular season when it hosts Ottawa Hills (11-8, 9-5 TAAC) on Friday. The Green Bears defeated the Lakers, 56-35, in the teams first meeting. TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 72 DANBURY 37 After falling behind, 15-11, in the first quarter, Toledo Christian dominated the second quarter, outscoring Danbury, 30-11, to take control on its way to a 72-37 victory. With the win, the Eagles improve to 12-6 overall and 9-4 in the league. TC guard Eric Cellier led all scorers with 21 points and Cameron Stewart finished with 13 points. The Lakers got 10 points apiece from Caleb Helline and Dalton Chapman. MAUMEE VALLEY 70 DANBURY 41 Maumee Valley took a 23-9 lead after one quarter and put the game away with a 28-15 advantage in the third quarter on its way to a 70-41 victory over Danbury. Following the win, the Hawks are now 18-1 overall and 12-1 in the TAAC. MV guard Julius Turner finished with a team-high 18 points and forward Sturt helped pace the Hawks with 12 points. Danbury guard Caleb Helline led all scorers with 20 points an Dalton Chapman chipped in with 12.

Makayla Wagner (front left), Emma Barton (23), Taylor Dunn, Emma Barney, Makenzie Auger, Emma Bergman, Coach Nichole Gradel (back left), Shannah Dobbelare, Savanah Cerantez, Maddy Rathbun, Laura Genzman, Barb Redfern, Alexa Weis, Faith Konieczny and Head Coach Alison Wolfe.

Lady Rockets are SBC champs


The Oak Harbor seventh grade girls basketball team won the Sandusky Bay Conference Championship with tournament wins over Port Clinton, Huron and Clyde. The Lady Rockets, led by Coach Alison Wolfe, finished 18-1 on the year. In their opening round victory against Port Clinton, Emma Barney scored 13, Maddy Rathbun scored 10 and grabbed nine rebounds, Emma Bergman scored eight and Taylor Dunn, Shannah Dobbelare, Makayla Wagner Makenzie Auger, Alexis Weis, Laura Genzman and Savannah Cervantez all scored. Dobbelare grabbed 6 rebounds and Faith Konieczny and Ema Barton also pulled down rebounds. In the semifinal game against Huron, Oak Harbor broke open a close game in the fourth quarter to prevail 36-23. Emma Barney led the Lady Rockets with 10 points, Maddy Rathbun scored nine and pulled down 11 rebounds and Emma Bergman added seven points and three rebounds. Laura Genzman, Shannah Dobbelare, Mackenzie Auger and Alexa Weis all added points for Oak Harbor. Weis also pulled down four rebounds. In the championship game, Oak Harbor put its 17-1 record against Clydes 16-1 record. Oak Harbor had a double digit lead throughout most of the game, but Clyde came back in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to just three points with 10 seconds remaining. Oak Harbors Emma Bergman calmly made both ends of a one-and-one to seal the 33-28 win. Emma Barney led the Lady Rockets with 14 points and five rebounds, Emma Bergman chipped in nine points and Maddy Rathbun added eight points and six rebounds. Shannah Dobbelare also scored and Laura Genzman and Barb Redfern each pulled down four rebounds for Oak Harbor against the taller Lady Fliers.

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Wrestlers advance
The Oak Harbor High School wrestling team finished fourth at the sectional wrestling tournament. Freshman Nick Bergman led the way for the Rockets with a Sectional champtionship win in his weight class. Senior Alex Bergman and junior Luke Cramer each finished second in their weight classes while junior Alec Bowlick, junior Jamie Balboa and freshman TJ Lawrence took third. Finishing fourth for the Rockets was junior Jared Chambers. All seven earned the right to advance to the district tournament Friday and Saturday in the Marion Coliseum.

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Thursday, February 23, 2012 3B

Sloopys Sports Caf owners Brad Corbin and Matt Mangan show off one of two firstplace prizes they won at Pizza Pizzazz.

Sloopys sweeps top prizes in pizza competition


Brad Corbin and Matt Mangan, co-owners of Sloopys Sports Caf in Lakeside, took first place and each won a $6,000 cash prize in the gourmet and traditional categories at the 2012 Pizza Pizzazz competition. The contests were conducted in conjunction with the annual North America Pizza and Ice Cream Show, held at the Columbus Convention Center Jan. 29-30. Corbins Japanese-inspired pizza, The Hibachi, and Mangans Meatball Supreme pizza bested entries made by more than 50 pizza makers from 11 states. The Hibachi combines a Japanese white sauce, fried rice, sauted broccoli, carrots, onions, zucchini and mushrooms, marinated chicken and shrimp, oyster sauce and sesame seeds. Asked how he came up with idea for such a unique combination, Corbin credited a Japanese restaurant near Lakeside. Im a big fan of nontraditional foods to begin with, and I love that restaurants food, said Corbin. Getting the fried rice cooked correctly so it could be baked on a pizza posed the only challenge to making the pie. Ive never seen anybody do fried rice on pizza before, but we thought, Why not try it? Lets think outside the box. The Meatball Supreme combines red sauce, meatballs, Italian sausage, onion, mushrooms, mozzarella cheese and

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218 W. Second St., Lakeside 419-798-4457 www.sloopyspizza.com topped with a gorgonzola cheese sauce. While Mangan said his pizza doesnt sound terribly complex, getting it perfect against such stiff competition made the contest stressful. This is a hard competition because of whos here, said Mangan. I saw guys here from Georgia and Texas, from all over, traveling to Columbus. So for us to come up here and do this is amazing. Some of these guys are current and former members of the United States Pizza Team. Their victories now add up to the third time Sloopys has won a category in the prestigious Best of the Midwest contest. Former owner Michael Speck won in 2003, and sold the business in 2010 to Corbin and Mangan. We figured we could do pretty well coming here, but neither of us talked about winning and certainly not about both of us winning, he said. No restaurant has ever won both days. Were just glad about the attention it will bring to the restaurant. Its all good for business.

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The Port Clinton Main Street Board of Directors and the Port Clinton Walleye Festival Committee announces an official Call for Vendors for the Walleye Festival on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-28. We have had an overwhelming interest of vendors from previous years and expect to easily fill our available spaces for this years Walleye Festival in Waterworks Park, said Laura Schlachter, program manager of Port Clinton Main Street. We wanted to reach out to vendors within the region early since space is filling up quickly for this years Walleye Festival. Carolyn Rodenhauser, event planner for the Walleye Festival stated, Our Walleye Festival committee is working extremely hard to develop an awesome event this year which will include a wonderful entertainment line-up, beautiful lighted boat parade, amusement rides, Childrens Area, MarineMax Kids Fishing Derby, Grande Parade and an array of wonderful vendors. We are focusing on retail and artistic vendors. We are very close to filling all our food vendor slots. Interested vendors should call the office at 419-734-5503. Main Street Port Clinton is looking for vendors for the 2012 Port Clinton Farmers Market. Anyone interested in selling produce, plants, arts, crafts, baked goods, meats or canned products can apply by completing a registration application, which is available at the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce/Main Street Office, 110 Madison St. All items sold at the market must be locally grown, made or assembled items. The Farmers Market will begin on Saturday, June 9, and is located at Adams Street Park. To download an application, go to www.portclintonchamber.com. For information, contact Melissa Bayer at 419-239-9346.

Employees honored at NBOH dinner


Six employees of the National Bank of Ohio were honored during the banks employee recognition dinner held at the Catawba Island Club on Feb. 4. Held annually, the dinner is for all the NBOH staff and their spouses or guests, and is a time to highlight and celebrate the employees and the banks accomplishments. We have dedicated staff who work hard throughout the year and its the banks way of simply saying we appreciate them and what they do, stated Gary P. Macko, President of NBOH. Macko welcomed everyone to the event and introduced the banks Board members in attendance; Charles Hablitzel, Dennis Laub and Thomas Spanger and the retirees attending were; Norma Branum, Jeannie Mix, and Mary Lou Clark. He was pleased to introduce the new employees who joined the bank staff in 2011. They are Renee Dewitz, Amy Eisenhour, Krystal Perry, Celeste Rollins and Marissa Rodriguez. Director Dr. Dennis Laub, with the assistance of Macko, passed out the Thomas F. Palmer Employee Recognition certificates and awards to the following recipients for their years of March 17 dedicated service to National Bank of Ohio: 5 Years Cynthia Knavel and Amy Hanna 10 Years Cathy King 15 Years Joe Bires and Barbara Dille 25 Years Alice Theisen Established in 1934, National Bank of Ohio is an independent, locallyowned and operated community bank with four full service offices located in Oak Harbor, Curtice, Port Clinton and Oregon, as well as a Mortgage Loan Office in Fremont and a Loan and Deposit Office in Perrysburg. Information about the bank can be found by visiting www. nboh.com.

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Allen Township
1-14-12 Jason F. Emch to Keith E. Davlin, 7024 N. Meyers St., $90,000.

Benton Township
2-15-12 Robert W. Scherger Jr. and Gina M. Scherger to Home Savings and Loan Company, 13275 W. Kolb Road, $73,334.

and Lorraine Halblaub, 327 Worthy , $72,000. 2-16-12 Bar Harbor Reserve. LLC to Monkey Island, LLC, lots 16 & 17 Monkey Island, $60,000. 2-17-12 5831 SR 163, LLC to Jamie Worley, 5831 SR 163 Unit B-31, $45,000.

Erie Township
2-17-12 Linda S. and Gregory Brandt to Federal Home Loan Mortgage, 2430 Three Mile Crossing, $80,000.

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1-14-12 Todd Goetz to Shelia Grames, 14299 Third St., gift value $40,000.

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2-13-12 Ronald Peterlin to James C. Roberts, 219 W. Second St., $60,000. 2-15-12 James A. and Connie A. Mahl to Brian M. Twarek, 408 Harrison St., $92,300. 2-16-12 William and Diana Wilt to Kevin and Mary Hurst, 1801 E. Perry St. No. 24, $174,000.

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6B Thursday, February 23, 2012


MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH. MARBLEHEAD. Must see to appreciate. $7,000. 419-6569964.

CLASSIFIEDS
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 L. Levorchick, Sheriff Ottawa County, Ohio by Gale L. Zelms__, Deputy. SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE (DELINQUENT TAXES) CASE NO. 11CV313E State of Ohio, Ottawa County Robert J. Hille, Treasurer of Ottawa County, Ohio Plaintiff vs John K. Smidutz and Kathryn Smidutz 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, March 9, 2012__ at_10:30 AM the following described real estate: Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Ottawa, Village of Oak Harbor. 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. Parcel number/s: 027-10883-14554-000 Property Address: 521 Locust Street, Oak Harbor, OH 43449 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 $11,574.21 Bidding to start at $11,575.00 If said premises is not sold at the above time, it will be reoffered at public sale at the same time and at the same place on March 23, 2012 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 L. Levorchick, Sheriff Ottawa County, Ohio by Gale L. Zelms__, Deputy. SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BIDDERS SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE CITY OF PORT CLINTON at the office of the Safety Service Director until 1:00 oclock PM Local Time March 15, 2012 at which time they will be opened and read immediately thereafter. Bids shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope with the bidders name and address on the front and labeled: New Solar Array for the Put-in-Bay Boat Line Company DECA #11079 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project consists of the furnishing and installing of a new photovoltaic array on the roof of an existing storage building, including all associated electrical and structural accessories, modifications and auxiliary systems specified herein or on the plans. Work includes all coordination with the local power utility company to accommodate their review, approval, application process, application fees, inspections and installation requirements. The Electrical Contractor is the Lead Contractor for the Project and is the Contractor responsible for scheduling the Project, coordinating all subcontractors, and providing other administrative and coordination services identified in the Contract Documents or required for proper execution of the work. Contract Documents may be examined without charge during business hours at the following locations: ENGINEER: Design Engineers and Consulting Associates, Inc. 415 Conant Street Maumee, Ohio 43537 419-8910022 Project Contact: Martin M. Braun, P.E. OWNER: City of Port Clinton 1868 East Perry Street Port Clinton, OH 43452 419-734-5522 Owners Contact: Tracy Colston Safety Service Director The Contract Documents are available for purchase from Becker Impressions, 4646 Angola Rd., Toledo, OH 43615. Call (419) 385-5303 to make an appointment to pick up bid package at the non-refundable cost of $25.00 per set, plus shipping, if requested. BIDS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM BIDDERS UTILIZING THE OFFICIAL, PUBLISHED DOCUMENTS. A bid guarantee instrument must be submitted with the bid. The bid guarantee instrument shall be in the form of a Bid Guarantee and Contract Bond for the FULL AMOUNT of the bid OR a certified check, cashiers check, or irrevocable letter of credit for an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid. The bid guarantee shall be made payable to the City of Port Clinton, OH, and is to be held as a guarantee that in the event the bid is accepted and a contract is awarded to the BIDDER, the contract will be duly executed and its performance properly secured. The successful BIDDER(s) shall be required to furnish a Contract Bond in a sum of not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total contract amount. The bond shall be that of an approved surety company authorized to transact business in the State of Ohio and shall be underwritten by a surety that is listed on the most current Department of the Treasury Circular 570, Surety Companies Acceptable on Federal Bonds. The successful bidder will be required to conform to all provisions of the federal Davis Bacon and Related Acts (The Act) which requires that all laborers and mechanics employed by contractors and subcontractors performing on federal contracts (and contractors and subcontractors performing on federally assisted contracts under the related ACTS) in excess of $2,000 pay their laborers and mechanics not less than the prevailing wage rates and fringe benefits, as determined by the Secretary of Labor, for corresponding classes of laborers and mechanics employed on similar projects in the area. Each bid proposal must be made upon the blanks, or facsimiles thereof, furnished with the Contract Documents. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on March 6, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the project site in Port Clinton. The OWNER

The Beacon
intends and requires that this project be substantially complete by November 15, 2012 and be completed and ready for Final Payment by December 15, 2012. Any bid may be withdrawn prior to the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids, but no bidder shall withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days of the actual bid opening date. The OWNER reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities or irregularities in the bids received, and to accept the lowest and most responsive bid. The City of Port Clinton is an equal opportunity employer. BY ORDER OF City of Port Clinton, OH, Tracy Colston, Safety Service Director . NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON MARCH 7, 2012 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 4822 E. CEMETERY ROAD, THE CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN REGARDS TO AN AREA VARIANCE REQUEST FROM MARK AND JEAN JECKERING FOR PROPERTY AT 4298 N. WEST CATAWBA ROAD IN SECTION 3, LOTS 7 & 8 OF CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP. AID REQUEST IS TO ALLOW AREA VARIANCES PERMITTING THE REDUCTION OF A FRONT YARD SETBACK ON A CORNER LOT FROM TWENTYFIVE FEET TO THIRTEEN FEET AS WELL AS ALLOWING A DETACHED GARAGE TO BE RELOCATED IN THE FRONT YARD WITH A THIRTEEN FOOT SETBACK. SAID REQUEST MAY BE CONTINUED FROM TIME TO TIME AS DEEMED NECESSARY. CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP WALTER WEHENKEL, ZONING INSPECTOR. PUBLISH FEBRUARY 23, 2012. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #543713 ON MARCH 7, 2012 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 4822 E. CEMETERY ROAD, THE CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN REGARDS TO AN AREA VARIANCE REQUEST FROM MARTIN SCOTT AND M.THERESA DEROSE FOR PROPERTY AT 1431 N. ORCHARD BEACH DRIVE AND ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 34 OF ORCHARD BEACH SUBDIVISION IN CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP. SAID REQUEST IS TO ALLOW AREA VARIANCES PERMITTING THE REDUCTION OF A FRONT YARD SETBACK FROM THIRTY-FIVE FEET TO TWENTYFIVE FEET, A REAR YARD SETBACK FROM TWENTY-FIVE FEET TO TWENTY FEET AND A LOT COVERAGE VARIANCE FROM THIRTY-SIX PERCENT TO ROUGHLY THIRTY-SEVEN PERCENT. THERE IS AN EXISTING HOME ON THE PROPERTY THAT WILL BE REMOVED AND A NEW HOME WITH ATTACHED GARAGE AND DECK CONSTRUCTED ON THE SITE. SAID REQUEST MAY BE CONTINUED FROM TIME TO TIME AS DEEMED NECESSARY. CATAWBA ISLAND TOWNSHIP WALTER WEHENKEL, ZONING INSPECTOR. Publish on February 23, 2012.

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE

PORT CLINTON. FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM house. Double garage. $800/month. Easy Access to Rt 2. Nancy Dunlap 419-797-4824 Bolte Real Estate.

APARTMENT FOR RENT


PORT CLINTON TWO BEDROOM apartment. All appliances, including dishwasher, washer/dryer hook up. Central air, gas heat, private patio, pool, fishing pond. Pool OR Pond View!! $590 per month. Six month lease available. Water and Sewer included. One cat permitted. No dogs. 419.734.7422, 419.341.4498. SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE (DELINQUENT TAXES) CASE NO. 11CV313E State of Ohio, Ottawa County Robert J. Hille, Treasurer of Ottawa County, Ohio Plaintiff vs Santos Santiago and Mary C. Santiago 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, March 9, 2012 at 10:30 AM the following described real estate: Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Ottawa, Village of Oak Harbor. 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. Parcel number/s: 027-11228-15015-000 Property Address: 733 Locust Street, Oak Harbor, OH 43449 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 $9,645.49. Bidding to start at $9646.00 If said premises is not sold at the above time, it will be re-offered at public sale at the same time and at the same place on March 23, 2012 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

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3 BEDROOM 2 BATH RANCH. Stick built 2004. 811 Glendale Drive P.C. $157,000 OBO. Must See to Appreciate. Details: 419-7328339.

FOR SALE BY OWNER

HOUSE HOUSE FOR RENT FOR RENT


NEWLY REMODELED 2 BEDROOM Ranch Style Home For Rent. Lakeside Area. $700/ Month Plus Utilities. 330.352.6676 CATAWBA AREA. 2,000 SQ FT. BRICK Cape Cod Home. Furnished OR Unfurnished. $750 Plus Utilities. Call 419341-1250.

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Edgewood Manor Health & Rehabilitation Center is looking for a Registered Nurse with prior work experience in a skilled nursing center preferred. Highly motivated. Full-time position on 6pm-6am. 12 hr. shifts. EOE Please submit Resume with references to: Edgewood Manor Nursing Center c/o Kaye Lipstraw, 1330 South Fulton Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452. Or email resume to klipstraw@covenantcare.com No phone calls please.

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Otterbein Homes, a family of continuing care retirement communities related to The United Methodist Church, is currently seeking a part-time activity assistant at its North Shore facility located outside the gates of Lakeside on the Marblehead Peninsula of Lake Erie, Ohio. Previous activity experience preferred, but not necessary. Must be willing to work weekends and holidays. Competitive wages. (EOE)
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Kim Beaver, Activity Director Otterbein North Shore Retirement Living Community 9400 North Shore Blvd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440 Fax 419-798-4662 kbeaver@otterbein.org

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