Featured Stories

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Prev Next

PCHS Leadership Council held team buildi…

30-08-2015 Hits:0

PCHS Leadership Council held team building activities

The entire staff and student body of Port Clinton High School spent a beautiful Friday afternoon involved in team building activities on August 21.  PCHS Leadership Council planned the event...

Read more

Best of the Best voting ends Aug. 31

29-08-2015 Hits:125

Best of the Best voting ends Aug. 31

In Thursday's August 27 edition of The Beacon, it was announced that we would extend voting until Sept. 3 for our Best of the Best people's choice nomination competition. Because...

Read more

Light House Sober Living Facility open

28-08-2015 Hits:562

Light House Sober Living Facility open

Rhonda Clemons, Port Clinton Chamber Ambassador; Judge Bruce Winters; Judy Flood, Light House Sober Living; Theresa Wells, Light House Sober Living; and Tara Crump, Port Clinton Chamber. At a ribbon cutting...

Read more

Thrivent presents check to Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge

Dave Odum and daughter, Emily, arriving at the ONWR Visitor's Center

Thrivent Financial Ottawa County Chapter 30011 held a picnic for more than 70 of its members and their guests at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge on August 16.  The members also enjoyed a narrated tram ride through the refuge and had an opportunity to walk the many trails observing local wildlife in their natural habitat.


Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Market

The next Farmer’s Market will be held August 22, at Log Cabin Park on North Church Street. In addition to the regular market, youth vendors have been invited back as well as Mid County EMS. They will be there offering tours and information to children and blood pressure screenings for adults.


Mookie’s Academy of Dance

Oak Harbor High School and Ohio University alumni Elizabeth “Mookie” Hany has purchased The Ballet School and is turning it into Mookie’s Academy of Dance (MAD).

“I envision the studio to involve the community,” said Hany. “I want people to be able to come in for a date night and watch a performance and interact with entertainment. I would love to get community members more involved in the arts and help them create an appreciation for the art of dance.”

Subscribe to this RSS feed

Destination Designs
Making Your Web Work

Having an online presence is essential for growing your small business. The internet will connect you with potential customers every hour of every day through your website, directories, and social media. Reaching these customers takes careful planning and good design. Destination Designs combines thirty years of media experience, an award winning design team, and with internet marketing solutions that meet every small business’s budget.

Visit Destination Designs