Rite of passage at EHOVE

EHOVE Adult Career Center School of Practical Nursing students participated in a well-known rite of passage in their training, the capping ceremony. The ceremony marks the halfway point of nursing school as an acknowledgement of the students’ success in reaching that point, and encouragement in reaching their final goal.
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PCMS 6th grade Orchestra Registration

Port Clinton Middle School grade 8 students recently visited with Bataan Intermediate grade 5 students. The visit was to promote the PCMS Orchestra program, the only one in the county, which begins in grade 6. There will be a a Parent Open House on Tuesday, March 19, at Port Clinton…
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Port Clinton High School to Host Job Fair

On March 19 Port Clinton High School will be hosting a job fair. While the job fair is to help students gain knowledge of career skills, it will also help local businesses fill their summer employment needs. Potential employers from the tri-county area are invited to attend. Business owners or…
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Rocket seniors complete 9-game turnaround

Behind a senior quartet that was intent on turning the basketball program around and leaving behind a legacy, the Oak Harbor Rockets lifted their win total from nine to 16 games this season. After going 7-14 overall and 3-11 in the Sandusky Bay Conference last season, good for the seventh…
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ICS Spring Auction theme is Kentucky Derby, Run for the Roses

Immaculate Conception Catholic School’s 27th Annual Benefit Auction’s theme is Kentucky Derby, Run for the Roses. The evening will encompass much of the tradition of the Kentucky races. This year’s event is April 20th and is being planned by co-chairs Rachel Fall and Laura Spicer. Doors will open at 5:30…
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“Don't Check It, Don't Wreck It!” honors Jonathon Pope

Nick Pope of Port Clinton, along with Trevor Brown and Tyler Gerner of Fremont, seniors in the Criminal Justice program in at Vanguard Sentinel Career and Technology Center of Fremont, have launched a project called “Don’t Check It, Don’t Wreck It!” The project is to inform the public of the…
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EHOVE students lend a helping hand

Community service is important to EHOVE students. Two groups of EHOVE students have been participating in several activities to raise money for the Special Olympics of Ohio, which provides year round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. The students are involved in EHOVE’s Business Professionals…
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