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High winds from NE effect fishing again …

03-07-2015 Hits:75

High winds from NE effect fishing again this week

I almost couldn’t believe Saturday’s forecast earlier in the week; another big NE storm was coming? OMG!! We were just talking about this a few weeks ago. There will probably...

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Safety Town graduates 28

02-07-2015 Hits:93

Safety Town graduates 28

Safety Town coordinator Cathy Robustellini rallies with Safety Town students.Children entering kindergarten in the fall of 2015 were invited to attend Port Clinton Safety Town June 23-26 at the Port...

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Lakeside’s 5th Annual Summer Sailstice a…

01-07-2015 Hits:105

Lakeside’s 5th Annual Summer Sailstice a success

The Lakeside Wooden Boat Society (LWBS) and Society of Old Salts (S.O.S.) held the 5th Annual Lakeside Summer Sailstice on June 19. A variety of boats, large and small sailboats;...

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Mark Schaffner

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Olympic Day at ICS

Just as the older kids at ICS enjoyed Olympic Day last Friday with the public school at True Lay Stadium, the younger grades at ICS had their turn on Tuesday. ICS gym teacher, Mrs. Joni Hoffman, organized a field day just for the kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders. The kids took turns at several different activities, which included a Frisbee toss, a crab crawl beach volleyball game, an obstacle course, and a bean bag toss competition.

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Margaret Oravec, April 8, 1915-May 28, 2013

Margaret Oravec, 98, born Margaret Drusbacky on April 8, 1915, in Port Clinton, passed away May 28 in Dallas, TX.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 56 years, John Oravec. Also, preceding her in death was their youngest son, Timothy Oravec; her parents, George and Mary Drusbacky; her sisters Ann Bolte, Mary Rounds and Agnes Schiewe; her brothers, John, Joseph, George, and Michael Drusbacky as well as many nephews and nieces and other family members.

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ICS third grade parents get treated to lunch

The Immaculate Conception School third graders treated their parents to lunch last week in thanks for everything their parents have done for them. Mrs. Danielle Linja’s class sent out invitations, made gifts, decorated the tables, and prepared an Italian feast of spaghetti, bread, and desserts. The event was held in the school gym. The class spent some time reflecting and writing an essay thanking their parents for their time and guidance.

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