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PC Choir Concert rescheduled

The Winter Choir Concert featuring the Port Clinton Middle School and High School choirs has been rescheduled for Monday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Port Clinton High School Performing

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Danbury yoga returns

On Monday, March 4, yoga will return to Danbury Local Schools. The four-week session will run through March 25th.  Class will be held 5:30  6:30 p.m. in Room 21. Fee is $8per class. Learn to reduce stress through proper breathing, stretching and relaxation. Yoga also compliments other forms of exercise.

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Magruder offers free health screen kits

March is National Colorectal Awareness Month and every Monday through Friday in March, Magruder Hospital will have free take home colorectal health screening kits available from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m. in the main lobby of the hospital. This is being offered to increase awareness

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Oak Harbor DECA are District Champs

On Feb. 4, Oak Harbor DECA members competed at Bowling Green State University in the DECA District 2 Competitions. A total of 38 students represented Oak Harbor DECA and all received awards in their respective contests. The chapter also placed first overall in the District Chapter of Year event. This award is the based on the results of both the DECA fall district contests and this event. The chapter competed with eight other schools including Clay, Fostoria, Maumee, Port Clinton, Rossford, Penta, Perrysburg and Vanguard.

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

“Look Beyond” is the theme for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 2013. Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities and other related organizations celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March, and invite you to consider the true meaning of this year’s theme, “Look Beyond.”

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Walleye Capital

I was happy to see the rendering of a possible view of downtown Port Clinton in The Beacon.  It is exceptional, especially including the downtown and the waterfront as one package.  However, I take exception with “Walleye Capital of the World.”  If we keep using that tag line aren’t we potentially only appealing to a small part of the audience we want to reach?  Why not use a more inclusive tag line like Fish. Play. Eat. Shop. Port Clinton, Ohio   or - Where relaxing, shopping, touring and fishing come together – Port Clinton, Ohio.

Barbara Radebaugh
Catawba Island

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Cadigan names Coroner’s staff

Dan Cadigan, M.D., Ottawa County Coroner, has announced the staffing of the Ottawa County Coroner’s Office. 

David Bodie, M.D., will be Deputy Coroner for Ottawa County. Dr. Bodie is a native of Port Clinton and is presently a Family Practice Physician at Port Clinton Medical Associates. As Deputy Coroner, Dr Bodie will be available to perform the Coroner’s duties in the Coroner’s absence.

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Judge Hany goes back to school at PCHS

Judge Frederick (“Fritz”) C. Hany II of the Ottawa County Municipal Court recently had the opportunity to speak to the Port Clinton High School government classes.  

Hany was welcomed by Mr. Greg Scalf, Port Clinton High School educator, who relayed to the students that “Judge Hany is a long serving and respected Judge who is known as a ‘fair’ judge, treating everyone who comes in to the courtroom with respect.”

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Danbury inducts new NHS members

The Danbury High School National Honor Society held its Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 20, in the Gailord Braithwaite Auditorium. Congratulations to the new members, sophomores James Dorko, Caleb Gerber, Joseph Mintz, and Taylon Molnar; juniors Allison Ahrens and Alyssa Biro; and senior Morgan Snyder.

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