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Recognition dinner honors student standouts at Terra State

Terra State Community College honored its best and brightest students at the third annual Student Recognition Dinner on April 22. “Next to commencement, this is my favorite event of the year,” said Associate Dean Heath Martin, who oversees the Office of Student Activities. “This year’s group of student nominees was…
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PCHS and Ida Rupp Public Library win teen video challenge

Port Clinton High School creators of the Ida Rupp Public Library Teen Video Challenge receiving top honors are, seated, left to right: Kevin Mabe, Cal Laurel and Josh Vossen; standing: Michael Clabaugh, Ashlynn Slauterbeck, Ebony Kleinhan and Justyn Holmes. Congratulations to Ida Rupp Public Library and the Port Clinton High…
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EHOVE’s Summer Camp

Kids in grades 5-9 are invited to participate in EHOVE’s summer camps. Programs include LEGO robotics, inventing, engineering, culinary arts, athletic speed and performance, duct tape design, design/fab/build/fly and video gaming. The camp is a week-long with half day session full of hands-on projects. Camps run 8:30-11:30 a.m. for the…
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St. Boniface School holds Come and See Days

St. Boniface Catholic School, 215 Oak Street, Oak Harbor, will host “Come and See” days on May 5, 6 and 7, from 12:30-2:15 p.m. Kindergarten and elementary students through Grade 6 are invited to spend an afternoon participating in classroom activities and meeting teachers and fellow students. Students may visit…
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PCHS Chorale off to State

In early March, the Port Clinton High School Chorale participated in the Ohio Music Education Association's (OMEA) District contest and received the highest rating of Superior. As a result, the Chorale qualified to participate in the OMEA State Contest on Saturday, May 3, at Van Buren High School. This is…
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