Thank you to Danbury residents

The holiday season brings out the best in people. For 2014, Danbury Township, Lakeside and Marblehead residents and area businesses enthusiastically helped the Danbury Holiday Bureau, in the Danbury area, provided 101 families, for a total of 327 people, with food and other necessities to brighten their lives during the Christmas season.

A huge thanks goes to Bassett’s Market, Bergman Orchards, the Coast Guard, Danbury Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, Danbury Schools, Danchisen Marathon Service, Erie Food Market, Dr. Gary Greunke, Jack’s Amish Country Konnection, Lakeside Marblehead Storage, Marblehead Bank, Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Marilyn’s (Lakeside), Mutach’s Food Market, the Peninsula Lions, the Salvation Army, and St. Mary’s Church.  It takes about 60 volunteers to sort, pack and distribute everything. Over a three day period, during the Holiday season, this is a dedicated commitment  

My sincerest thanks to a devoted committee: Bob Biro, Myra Prokop and Mimi Turinsky.

Thank you again for your continued support.

Judy Smolk, Chairperson for Ottawa County Holiday Bureau, Danbury area

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Danbury Schools community pool hours

Danbury Local Schools is offering evening swims, a water aerobics class and swim lessons (ages infant through first grade) to the community Monday through Thursday. 

Open swim is from 4-7 p.m. and water aerobics is 6-7 p.m. The fee for open swim is $3 for adults and $2 for students. Water aerobics is $5 per class or $40 for a pass.

Swim lessons for babies and children run every four weeks and costs $30. Private lessons are available by appointment. Pool rentals are also available.

For times and more information contact Cynthia Fisk at 419-357-1182 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Drew Davie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Lakers fall to Old Fort

Danbury's Connor Lenthe stretches to catch this long pass down court for an easy two-point play against Old Fort.

In a game played last Saturday evening against visiting Old Fort, the Danbury Lakers fell behind early and had to play catch-up the rest of the evening and as a result lost, 62-33.  

At the opening tip off, baskets were difficult to make as no one scored until 5:26 in the opening quarter when Danbury scored first.  Danbury then struggled and fell behind 14-6 after the first quarter and 28-15 at half time.  

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