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Local students honored for their heroic …

29-01-2015 Hits:207 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Local students honored for their heroic efforts

Front row: Kathy Wright. Back row (L to R): Brendan Zeitzheim, Matthew Paeth, Darius Daniels, Adrian Hall, Skyler Cook. Kathy Wright, a Port Clinton resident who was lifted out of bed...

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Unemployment numbers drop, skilled trade…

29-01-2015 Hits:210 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Unemployment numbers drop, skilled trades gap increases

As another year begins, unemployment and job creation numbers for 2014 are coming out and things seem to be on the upswing. According to OhioMeansJobs.com, there are over 14,000 jobs...

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Jamie Beier Grant wins 40 Under 40 Award…

28-01-2015 Hits:209 Business  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Jamie Beier Grant wins 40 Under 40 Award in economic development

Andy Levine, President at DCI; Jamie Beier Grant, Director at OCIC; Barry Matherly, President-Elect at IEDC. Jamie Beier Grant, Director with the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation (OCIC) has been selected as...

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ICS begins open enrollment for kindergarten

Immaculate Conception School (ICS) in Port Clinton has begun open enrollment for its 2014-2015 kindergarten class. This enrollment period is open to all children who are five years old by Sept. 30, 2014. ICS offers a small class sizes, a faith and value based education, and a staff committed to leaving no child behind. ICS is open to children of all faiths, grades pre-kindergarten through 5. 

Kindergarten Round-up for ICS students will be held on Monday, April 28, 8:45-10:45 a.m. Financial assistance to attend ICS is readily available. For registration and round-up information call 419.734.3315.

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ICS Journeys with Jesus

Father John Missler helps complete the prayer and sticker book that explains the Stations of the Cross with the kindergarteners in Mrs. Susie Adams’ class.

Students at Immaculate Conception School in Port Clinton spent time during this Lenten season reflecting on the pain and suffering of Jesus and the new life and hope that was given to them through his death and resurrection. 

Immaculate Conception School first grade teacher, Miss Karly Cross, and kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Susie Adams, spent time in church last week with their classes. Father John Missler spent the morning with the kindergarten class as they prayed and reflected on the sacrifice of Jesus. The students visited the Stations of the Cross and took a walk in Jesus’ shoes as they walked through the Stations of the Cross. Students thought about the last days of Jesus’ life and how much he loved them. The Stations of the Cross themselves are usually represented in churches by a series of 14 pictures or sculptures covering our Lord's Passion. They are meant to be stopping points along the journey for prayer and meditation. The classes took turns reading prayers at each station and reflecting on how they can live as Jesus did, with love and sacrifice.

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