Thank you from the Miller family

Last week, our family suffered a tremendous loss in the death of Tom. Through this tragedy, we observed several acts of heroism by a multitude of people. To the Port Clinton firefighters, EMS, police officers and good Samaritans who put aside their own personal safety in an effort to help…
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Thanks for 4th volunteers

This is why I love living in a small town. A few weeks ago a call went out for singers to be part of a community chorus to sing patriotic songs on July 4th. With just four two-hour rehearsals they did it. It was more than singing. The narrator told…
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Parade of Homes thank you

A big Thank you to The Beacon, Mon Ami, sponsors of the Catawba Parade of Homes, Bill & Gayle Worley and all of those who came out to support The Salvation Army by attending The Catawba Parade of Homes Kick off Celebration on Thursday, June 20, at Mon Ami. $1,290…
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Thank you from Edgewood

I would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary and The Moose Club Ladies Auxiliary for their donation to the Edgewood Manor National Nursing Home Week celebrations.Without their kind support the week would not have been so successful!
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Thank you from Edgewood

The residents and staff of Edgewood Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to thank the following businesses for their contributions to National Nursing Home Week. The week was full of many fun and exciting activities that would not have been possible without the help of these local businesses.
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Lighthouse Conservancy thank you

Dear Readers, We’d like to extend a thank you to everyone who visited our “Bring Back the Light!” booth at the Walleye Festival. So many of you voiced your support for our efforts to restore the old Port Clinton Lighthouse and place this unique structure on the waterfront. We also…
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Beach Clean-up

The City of Port Clinton, the Port Clinton Recreation Department and the OSS Solid Waste District would like to thank all residents who participated in the Port Clinton Beach & Lakeview Park Clean-up on Saturday, April 20. Thirty-eight volunteers consisting of Ottawa County residents, civic group and youth group members…
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