Oak Harbor 31
Port Clinton 14
On Sunday, September 21, the Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring an all you can eat French toast and sausage family breakfast at St. Boniface Catholic Church beginning at 9 a.m. The menu will include homemade rolls, homemade applesauce, coffee, hot chocolate and juice. Donation is $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12. Proceeds will help fund youth programs and activities.
A tornado touched down at the Johnson's Island Clubhouse Saturday evening when a sold-out crowd enjoyed the festivities at "Good Librations IX: a wicked night in the Land of Oz".
Being a caregiver is a daunting, but rewarding task. Ottawa County Riverview Healthcare Campus and Ottawa County Senior Resources are partnering to host a Caregiver Informational Assembly to help caregivers through a maze of confusion and frustration. Riverview and Senior Resources encourage caregivers to take this time to find easier solutions so the time spent with the person receiving the care is positive for both individuals.
The event will be held in the Riverview Multipurpose room on Wednesday, September 24, from 12-5 p.m. Presentations will be held throughout the day and the presenters will be able to take questions and provide more information throughout the event. The schedule of presenters is follows:
Lakeside Chautauqua’s living arts center, known as the Rhein Center, initiated a project this summer to help the Danbury Food Pantry during a time of urgent need.
The Danbury Food Pantry had its funding cut by 80 percent due to a change in the federal government’s funding formula. The Rev. Jeannine Dress, founder of the food pantry, reported that the new funding is now based on year-round residency instead of unemployment rates. Due to the fact that there are few year-round residents on the Marblehead Peninsula, the new level of funding does not meet the peninsula’s needs.
Winston Churchill said, “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” That’s what scares me, and it should scare you, too. In November, Port Clinton voters will get a chance to vote on a modest proposal that says that before the city can “sell, lease or otherwise transfer ownership of city park lands,” they must seek approval from voters. Some people want you to believe applications for special event usage constitute a lease or transfer of ownership. Or maybe they just hope that by raising questions they can get you as confused as the mayor claims to be (News Herald August 27, 2014).
This month Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone wanted to let the community know the events that unfolded concerning the Senior Center and how he and the administration are moving forward to follow safety and insurance guidelines.
“We have done several projects to improve the environment at the Senior Center; work on the outside of the building, hand rails, leveled ground for the patio and updated the restrooms. We also received Stensen Grant Funds for ADA compliant outside furniture, three trees were planted by the Tree Commission with help from the Boy scouts on Arbor Day and we received funding from solid waste management for planters; we are making serious improvements to make the Senior Center better for our seniors.
On Sunday, September 21, the annual Gypsum Day Reunion will take place at Erie Ottawa Regional Airport located at 3255 E. State Road, Port Clinton. There will be food and refreshments as well as raffles and 50/50 drawings. Raffle prizes include 10 pounds of perch, a case of Mon Ami wine and the ever popular wheelbarrow full of cheer. Tickets are available and you need not be present to win.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a covered dish to share and volunteers are also needed for the event.
For any information regarding the event or to volunteer, call Bill at 419-960-9082.
A wonderful time of year is upon us. The weather is cooling, and so is the water. It’s also when I switch from trolling crawler harnesses to running crankbaits almost exclusively. They create no mess in the boat, I don’t have to feed them, and they won’t die
While everyone will have their own opinion on what crankbaits work the best on Lake Erie’s Western Basin, my favorites have always been Reef Runners, Deep Husky Jerks, and Smithwick Rogues. But, none of these baits will catch a fish if they are not properly tuned.
A bait can become out of tune by catching a big fish and lifting it by the bait, getting it caught and tangled in the net, or simply by removing one out of a new box. Yes, some lures need tuning right out of the box, so it’s always best to check your bait before you send it out to work for you.
On Saturday, September 20, at the Vineyard on Catawba, sewers are invited to sew pillowcases for kids hospitalized here in Northwest Ohio.
ConKerr Cancer is a national organization of volunteers that put together fun fabric pillowcases for children who are in-patients at both Toledo and Mercy Children’s Hospital. Anyone who likes to sew is invited and encouraged to attend and just simply needs to bring their sewing machine and basic sewing supplies to the Saturday event. Fabric will be provided.
The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Community Room of the Vineyard located at 3820 E Vineyard Village Drive off West Catawba Road. Lunch is being provided by Port Clinton Pizza Hut.
The event is being coordinated by Catawba Island resident Linda Peiffer who also serves as the Northwest Ohio coordinator of ConKerr Cancer. Peiffer can be reached by calling 419-619-9071.
Since the local organizations inception back in 2011, more than 6000 pillowcases have been made and given to hospitalized kids here in Northwest Ohio.