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The seasonal blessing of emergency vehicles and boats

Photos by Donna Lueke. 

On Tuesday, April 22, Father John Missler of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Port Clinton blessed the vehicles and boats of the Port Clinton Police Department, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Port Clinton Fire Department and the Marblehead U.S. Coast Guard Station. Ellif Fuiava, Port Clinton Marine Coordinator, organized the event, and Port Clinton Mayor Vincent Leone expressed gratitude to those law enforcement and rescue personnel gathered for their important service.

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The Lakeside Daisy attracts area visitors in May

Lakeside Daisy photo by Jasmine Cupp

The Lake Erie Water Snake is not the only local threatened species iconic to Ottawa County. During May, the Lakeside Daisy flowers brighten the Marblehead peninsula in the last remaining native locale population remaining in the United States. This local flower is a native natural wonder that draws springtime visitors to the area as it blooms.

While Kelleys Island has a burgeoning population of Lakeside Daisy blooms annually, that population was seeded there to help the flower species, listed as endangered in Ohio and federally threatened. Restoration efforts by various government, nonprofit, and private organizations have kept the delicate Lakeside Daisy from facing outright extinction in recent years.

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Avery’s hosts art class

Art students, left to right: Barb Mowery, Heather Frank, Nancy Gurney, Anna Babcock, Quinton Babcock and Kennedy Preston.

The art students of Lori Roberts-Cobbledick recently had a field trip to Avery’s Café in Marblehead. The class learned about artist Edward Hopper and then painted scenes of the café in Hopper’s style. 

The adult class meets every Thursday evening at the Danbury Senior Center, 6-7:30 p.m. For more information call Lori at 419.798.0608.

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