Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy

Citizens of Port Clinton, We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who assisted in the move of the lighthouse to its new location, donating time, money, and/or resources to make the relocation possible. Without their efforts and support we could not have done it. A great many individuals…
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The Ability Center Youth Leadership Group

L to R: Taylor, Eryn Sanders, John Schaffner and Keegan. The Ability Center is a non-profit center for independent living. We assist people of all ages and any disability to live, work, and socialize independently in their community. The Center offers a number of programs including an equipment loan program,…
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Walk to Remember thank you

On August 14, The Compassionate Friends of Ottawa County held the 6th annual Walk To Remember for bereaved families who live with the loss of a child, grandchild or sibling. This year the walk hosted approximately 100 family members from all over the area. These families come together to celebrate…
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Thank you Gill Construction!

Even though the Portage River entrance, and the lake shore area were packed with people, if you did not attend the lighthouse move on Tuesday morning, you missed seeing a local business at its best! Of course, the lighthouse itself was a highlight, but watching the workers from Gill Construction…
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Oak Harbor Lions Club

The Oak Harbor Lions Club had a productive July. We started out the month by electing the new president for the 2016-2017 Lion's year. Our new president is Judge Frederick Hany. Then, at the first meeting of the Lion's calendar year, we got our food stand cleaned up and ready…
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Arts in the Park

A word to the Ottawa County community and beyond… Thank you for the tremendous support that was shown at the Port Clinton Artists’ Club’s Arts in the Park at Lakeview Park this past weekend. We were fortunate to have beautiful weather and talented artisans from around the Midwest who gathered…
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Vote yes August 2

I am writing in response to a letter that appeared in the July 25 edition of The Beacon opposing Benton-Carroll-Salem School District's August 2 levy to construct a K-7 building and to renovate Oak Harbor High School.
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