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Thank you Mike and Ginger Schenk

25-11-2014 Hits:157 Sound Off  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Thank you Mike and Ginger Schenk

Stein Hospice would like to thank Mike and Ginger Schenk, the Catawba Island Club and all those who have joined us for one of the events benefiting Stein Hospice patients...

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USA Today’s names Magee Marsh Best Birdw…

24-11-2014 Hits:197 Ottawa Outdoors  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

USA Today’s names Magee Marsh Best Birdwatching Area

Black throated blue warbler by Brian Zwiebel USA Today’s 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest asked people to select from a long list of birdwatching areas and select their favorite. After...

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Marblehead VFW Danbury Football Banquet

23-11-2014 Hits:305 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Marblehead VFW Danbury Football Banquet

By John Kozak Row 1: James Dorko outstanding back & Shay Rickard sportsmanship award.  Row 2: Bryan Dudash Danbury head football coach, Bob Peroni Commander Marblehead VFW & Drew Davie Danbury...

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Immaculate Conception Honors Veterans

Paige Reineck and Annabelle Barna present the flag at ICS's Veteran Day Mass.  

Immaculate Conception School held its annual salute to Veterans Friday, November 7.   This year Veteran’s Day was celebrated with a Mass dedicated to the safety of our Military, but also gave thanks for the freedoms and peace we take for granted each and every day.  Students that participate in Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts wore with pride their uniforms for this special celebration.   

Mass began with the presentation of the flag by fifth grade students Paige Reineck and Anabelle Barna.  Father John Missler began Mass with a prayer of thanksgiving for the men and women who have worn the uniforms of our military and the sacrifices they have made.  The prayers of gratitude and petitions for safety, freedom, and peace continued throughout.  The National Anthem and “God Bless America” was led by Music Director, Mrs. Mary Krejci.   

To all Veterans, the children and staff of Immaculate Conception wish to say thank you!

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ICS honors the best and brightest

Pictured are students who earned first honors (all A's) and second honors (more A's than B's) for the first quarter at ICS.  Back row (L to R) Paige Reineck, Marcella Brenner, Ella Roberts, Benjamin Cadigan, and Ryan Zam.  Front row (L ro R) Madison Wiechman, Stephanie Jadwisiak, and Jacob Weldon.

Immaculate Conception School held its first quarter honors assembly last Friday and honored those students who have demonstrated excellence in academics and in the implementation of valuable life skills in their everyday behavior.  

Life Skill awards are given in the areas such as patience, organization, sense of humor, initiative, perseverance, courage, responsibility, and trust to name a few.   

Congratulations to all the young scholars at Immaculate Conception School.

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Celebrities read to children at ICS

Fire Chief Kent Johnson choose a book given to give by his mother to read to the ICS fifth grade class. 

Immaculate Conception Catholic School spent Tuesday morning listening to local celebrities read their favorite children’s stories as part of National Young Readers Day 2014.  National Young Reader’s Day is celebrated the second Tuesday of November each year to remind of us the benefits and rewards of reading.  This special day was created by Pizza Hut and the Center of the Book in the Library of Congress in 1989 as a means to celebrate literacy.  

This year’s celebrity readers at Immaculate Conception included Officer David Scott from the PCPD, Sister Marilyn Ann Angel S.N.D, Fire Chief Kent Johnson, Ida Rupp Children’s Librarian Miss Marissa Frantz, Ottawa County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge Kathleen Geisler, and Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone.  The day was organized by reading teacher Rachell Paeth.  

The students at I.C.S. wish to thank these adults who took time out of their busy days to read to them.  The celebrities emphasized with the students the importance of reading.  In the words of Dr. Seuss “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn the more places you'll go.”

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