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Annual St. Boniface School golf scramble set for Sept. 13

St. Boniface Catholic School is pleased to host for the second year a special golf scramble on Saturday, September 13, at Oak Harbor Golf Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit St. Boniface students, programs and services in all grades, Pre-K through 7. 

Cost to participate in the scramble is $280 per team of four and includes golf, cart rental, light breakfast, lunch and eight drink tickets. Individual registration is also available for $70 and players will be assigned to a team prior to the scramble. A shotgun start will begin promptly at 7:30 a.m.

By registering, players will receive a super ticket and a free gift; a chance to beat the pro with Oak Harbor Golf Club’s own Matthew Jennings; golf balls blessed prior to the start by Father Tim Ferris, pastor at St. Boniface Catholic Church; and many more fun activities!

Individual hole sponsorships are also available. 

Registration is required and checks must be received by Thursday, August 28.  For more information and to register please call event chairs Nancy Thompson at 419-607-3330 or Judith Meyer-Hall 419-276-1255.

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Youth fishing opportunity at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area

Anglers 15 and under can fish on Saturdays in August at the designated Youth Fishing Pond at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife.

Loaner equipment and bait will be provided, and a Division of Wildlife staff member will be available to assist, all free of charge thanks to the purchases of Ohio fishing licenses and federal contributions from the Sport Fish Restoration Fund.

Only youth age 15 and under are allowed to fish in the pond located around the Sportsmen’s Migratory Bird Center. Youth must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Young anglers may catch as many fish as they want, but they may keep only 6 channel catfish per day.

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TNT-till next time mentoring program

60 mentors are needed for BCS and Port Clinton City Schools by August 1.  The program helps keep students in school, improves grades and self-esteem, and teaches how to relate to all kinds of people.  Mentors can expect a fulfilling experience by supporting other students while giving back to the community.  The mentors can expect to spend 45 to 60 minutes each week with the mentee in their school setting, either during their school day or after school, and must be dependable and consistent.  Interested mentors should contact Shanna Strouse, BCS coordinator, at 419-704-6366 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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