Art Fair in Port Clinton

Saturday’s Art Fair on Madison Street, sponsored by the Greater Port Clinton Area Artist’s Council, enjoyed perfect spring weather for wandering and shopping. A highlight for youngsters was the booth sponsored by Ottawa County Recycling. Children decorated recycled CDs and placed them as scales on a fish wall hanging that…
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Events Calendar

June 1-30 •“The Amazing Grape Race”, wineries along the Lake Erie Shores & Islands Wine Trail June-Aug Wed & Sat •8 a.m. Gentle Gem Yoga, Gem Beach, Port Clinton June-Aug, Mon &Wed •8:30 a.m. Beach Yoga, Main Street Beach, Vermilion June 13, 20, 27 •Stone Lab Guest Lectures, Put-In-Bay June…
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Sherry & Chocolates a success

American Red Cross Club Red annual membership drive Photo Left to right: Karen Blizzard, Club Red Chair; Lynn Majce, Club Red Co-Chair; Cindy Amerine, Club Red Founder and Sherry & Chocolates Hostess; Beth Leggett, American Red Cross of Ottawa County Director American Red Cross of Ottawa County’s Club Red held…
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VFW sponsors fishing day for Wounded Warriors

Most of us would take the opportunity to go fishing on Lake Erie for granted, especially if we had a friend with a boat or cottage with a waterfront break wall. However, consider your predicament if you were confined to a wheelchair or had recently lost a limb due to…
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Perry’s Victory to host 1812 dress making workshop

Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial will host a two day “War of 1812 Dress Making Workshop” the weekend of June 15-16, and again June 29-30 in preparation for upcoming bicentennial events. Workshop participants will have the chance to collaborate with historical fashion experts Cathy Taylor and Steve Pontious in…
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Relay for Life celebrated in Oak Harbor

This year the American Cancer Society celebrates its 100 year anniversary and in Ottawa County it was celebrated enthusiastically at the Relay for Life at Oak Harbor High School. Fifteen teams raised over $48,000 for cancer research. Over 400 people attended the event which took place starting at 6 p.m.…
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