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Rise of the Mayfly

Jerry Cohen with a nice June Lake Erie Walleye

This past week I watched as the clouds of Mayflies rose from the bottom of Lake Erie to the surface of the water on my boat’s sonar. On Sunday morning they were in the 10 foot range of the water column, and by Monday night they were covering the sides of shoreline homes and boats sitting in the marinas in a thick blanket of wings and curved up tails.

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Dean's List

Bowling Green State University, Firelands Campus, spring semester 2013:
Brooke Adams, Lakeside-Marblehead
Melissa Hoeber, Lakeside-Marblehead
Zachary Minton, Lakeside-Marblehead
Natalie Eyink, Oak Harbor
Breanne Lieske, Oak Harbor
Jennifer Young, Oak Harbor
Ashley Cuevas, Port Clinton
Shelby Grubb, Port Clinton
Laura Puffenberger, Port Clinton
Jennifer Purtee, Port Clinton
Lisa Ramsey, Port Clinton
Billie Saunders, Port Clinton
Lesta Wagner, Port Clinton

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Art Walk encourages Dancing with Mayflies

Dust off your wings and shine up your tap shoes, because the theme of the Thursday, June 27, Art Walk from 5-8 p.m. in Historic Downtown Port Clinton is Dance of the Mayflies.  Dance teachers Carol Clemons and Toni Garrett will give attendees the opportunity to experience some creative dance interpretive movements with a few mayfly touches.  Dancing will commence at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. at Veteran’s Park, Monroe and East 2nd Streets.  Visitors are welcomed at any one of these times to dance for about 30 minutes.

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Friends Plaza

Photo: L to R: Earl Kennedy, Larry Hattan, Dr. Margy VanLerberghe, John Gibson, Marlene Gulas, Barbra Wenzinger, Arnie Milefchik, Peggy Debien, Nancy Bailey, Kathy Mehl, John Coppeler, Laura Schlachter, Jane Held, James Widmer

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Walleye Tournament delayed

Today’s first day of the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour was postponed due to a small craft advisory. The two day tournament will run Saturday and Sunday. Soft winds are predicted for both days, says Captain Juls.

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Sunday School class holds bake sale for Devin Kohlman

Some of the children in the Resurrection Lutheran Church Sunday school class know Devin Kohlman and shared information with their classmates about Devin’s battle with brain cancer. Consequently, the class, led by Mrs. Judy Petersen, Sunday School Superintendent, asked that Devin be added to their weekly prayer list and decided to hold a bake sale. The proceeds were to be donated to the Kohlman family for Devin’s medical expenses. The class made posters and displayed them throughout the church.  The bake sale was held on Sunday, June 2. With the help of Mrs. Petersen; Marissa Carstensen, Sunday school aide; and the church’s congregation who donated baked goods, cash and purchased baked goods at the sale, the Sunday school class was able to raise a total of $503 for Devin.

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Perry’s longboat christening historical relevant

On Saturday, June 15, at 10 a.m. at the Shelby Street Boat Ramp in downtown Sandusky, the Sandusky Maritime Museum and the Perry Group will unveil Riddle Boat Work’s beautiful replica of Perry’s iconic quarter boat.  The christening will coincide with the Maritime Museum and Lyman Boat Owners Association’s Classic Boat Show at the Paper District Marina that same Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Port Clinton Middle School announces awards

Photo: Anthony Paradiso accepts an award from Principal Carrie Sanchez at the 28th Annual Port Clinton Middle School Convocation ceremony. Troy Diels, Dean of Students, is pictured in the background. See more pictures at www.pccsd.net under the Photo Albums.

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