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Mother-to-Mother Sale May 3

Booths are available for anyone interested in selling gently used children’s clothing, gear and accessories at the Port Clinton Women’s Club spring mother-to-mother sale on May 3, 9 a.m. to noon, at St. John Lutheran Church, 207 Adams Street. Cost to rent a table is $15. Checks made payable to…
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Oak Harbor holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

On Saturday, April 12, at 2 p.m. Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce held its annual Easter Egg Hunt. The children lined up by age group, were given a number and were able to go on the lawn of Adolphus Kraemer Park by the Log Cabin to pick two eggs. After…
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New volunteer guardians complete training

Back row, left to right: Judge Kathleen Giesler, MaryAnn Dackermann, Sue Tignor, Jill Bothe and Jody Strickling. Front row: Carol Kmetz, Ann Chio and Annette Lucas. The Ottawa Count Probate Court recently completed its first volunteer guardianship training on March 26 and 27. The Volunteer Guardianship Program now has seven…
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County veteran receives recognition

Left to right: Ottawa County Commissioner Steven Arndt, Elizabeth Sutton, Commissioner Jo Ellen Regal and Commissioner James Sass. On April 3 the Ottawa County Commissioners recognized Ottawa County veteran Elizabeth Sutton of American Legion Post 114 in Oak Harbor. Mrs. Sutton served on active duty in the United States Navy…
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CIVFD raises money for Honor Flight

On Saturday, April 5, the Catawba Island Volunteer Firefighters held a pancake breakfast to raise money for the Honor Flight of Northwest Ohio program. Firefights, civilians and Boy Scout Troop 360 volunteered their services to make this event happen. Not only were there donations of time, but there were donations…
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Port Clinton Easter Egg Hunt April 13

The Port Clinton Recreation Department and Champions for Children are sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 13, at 1 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. Children ages 12 months to 10 years old are welcome to participate. There will be candy and prizes. No registration is necessary. For further…
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Play, the Important Work of Children

On a Monday evening two professional play-workers intrigued a group of curious community leaders to learn about encouraging free play through adventure playgrounds. Morgan Leichter-Saxby, of Vermont and the UK, and Suzanna Law, of Manchester, England, both professional playworkers, talked and played at Bataan School in Port Clinton as one…
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