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Marblehead Peninsula Chamber donates back to the community

Photo by John Kozak

Marblehead Mayor Jacqueline A. Bird ceremoniously cuts the ribbon in a ceremony held Thursday, August 14, to unveil one of four new trash containers donated to the Village by the Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.  The containers were purchased from one of Marblehead’s newest businesses and chamber member, Jack’s Amish Country Konnection, owned by Connie Thompson and located at 189 South Bridge Road (SR269).  

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Magruder Hospital Auxiliary hosts Dollars for Scholars trunk/style show

The Magruder Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting Dollars for Scholars, a style/trunk show, in the CIC Chart Room on Sunday, September 21, from 1-4 p.m.   Proceeds will benefit the Auxiliary’s healthcare scholarship fund.  Enjoy background music, light refreshments & cocktails while browsing the items for purchase and for auction.

There will be clothing & accessories from:

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Lifelong Learning at Terra State offers Saturdays are for Kids

Saturdays are for Kids is an exciting hands-on series offered this fall by Lifelong Learning at Terra State Community College.

The classes are geared toward students in grades 1 through 6 who love to try new things.

Students can register for each class individually but will receive a 20 percent discount for enrolling in three or more. Class sizes are limited to eight.

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Bubble fun with Help Me Grow

The Ottawa County Help Me Grow is having an event called “Bubble Fun” on September 11 from 10-11:30 a.m. at Lakeview Park in Port Clinton.  Families with children 0-3 are invited to join in fun activities with bubbles.  There will be free pizza and a door prize. 

 

For more information, please contact Ottawa County Help Me Grow at 567-262-3141.

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Heat can take its toll on seniors

Nobody likes extreme and prolonged heat, but such conditions can be very dangerous and potentially deadly for seniors.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), heat is the number one weather-related killer in the United States. On average, excessive heat claims more lives each year than tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and lightning combined (noaawatch.gov/themes/heat.php).

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USDA invests new conservation funds to improve Lake Erie water quality

 

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that $2 million in conservation funds will be sent to Ohio to help implement conservation techniques that will help improve water quality. The Secretary said USDA is also partnering with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to expand "boots-on-the-ground" capacity in the area and will be contributing an additional $1 million in technical assistance which will in turn be leveraged by the NFWF along with other public and private entities. Earlier this month, water service in Toledo, Ohio was disrupted by algae blooms in Lake Erie.

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Sean Black second in Michigan Junior Masters

Former Redskin and now Davenport University Bowler Sean Black from Port Clinton finished second in the Michigan Junior Masters Association (MJMA) Tournament at Plaza Lanes in Plymouth, MI, Saturday and Sunday, August 23 and 24.

Competing on a 39’ flat sport lane condition, Sean finished 8 games qualifying Saturday in fifth place. He went 8-3-1 in match games Sunday to qualify for the five man stepladder in third place. He defeated Vincent Papais from Sterling Heights, MI, 232-191, then defeated Michigan High School Bowler of the Year Alex Ouellette from Bay City, MI, 200-191, then tied the Championship game to Antwar Howard from Flint before losing 10-8 in a 1 frame roll.

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Ford Tri-Motor moved to new hangar

On Monday, August 18, with many hands on deck, the Ford Tri-Motor fuselage at Liberty Aviation Museum was loaded onto a trailer and was rolled out of the museum hangar. It was moved across the way to its new home in the new restoration hangar.

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Economic impact of tourism in Lake Erie nearly $1.8 billion

Visitors generated nearly $1.8 billion in business activity, including direct, indirect, and induced impacts, in the Lake Erie Shores & Islands region in 2013. This valuable information was presented to the Erie and Ottawa County Visitors Bureaus recently in a report on the 2013 travel year. The biennial report was coordinated by the Ohio Tourism Division and executed by Tourism Economics. All 88 Ohio counties have the opportunity to participate in this study.

The $1.8 billion in economic impact reported is up more than 18% from the last economic impact study, done for the 2011 travel year.

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