Oak Harbor Independence Day celebration

The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce is holding their Independence Day celebration on Friday, July 3, along the Portage River in downtown Oak Harbor. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. where there will be food vendors, entertainment, giant inflatables, the Royal Duck Race, 50/50 drawings, glow necklaces and a beer tent. The night will end with the sky being illuminated by the most spectacular fireworks display around.


B-C-S Board recognizes student achievements

DECA (L to R) Alison Wolf, Oak Harbor HS Assistant Principal, Nadine Scott-teacher, Logan Segaard, Emily Rodenhauser, Ilse Corona, Luke Giesler, Guy Parmigian-Superintendent.

The Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education met for its regular business meeting on May 19, beginning with the recognition of those retiring from B-C-S at the conclusion of the school year. Honored retirees included Mrs. Becky Quisno, Mr. Charlie Morse, Mrs. Bonnie Gyde and Mrs. Joann Bowman. Dr. Parmigian presented a gift of a rose bush to Mrs. Quisno along with a certificate and thanked her for her dedication to children and to B-C-S.  The other retirees who were not in attendance were also thanked and will receive a rose bush.


Village wide garage sale days

The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the 7th annual village wide garage sale days in Oak Harbor on June 3-4. A complete list of sales will be available at the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce and the Oak Harbor Public Library and on oakharborohio.net.
For any questions call the chamber office at 419-898-0479.

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