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Ottawa County Shooting Stars 4-H club offers rifle and pistol lessons

The Ottawa County Shooting Stars 4-H shooting sports club offers learning, safety and basic skills in rifle and pistol. The 4-H Club objectives are safety first, fun, recreation, build confidence, competency and competition. They provide learning situations for the development of leadership and responsibility, and educational and challenging experiences that will enable young people to become knowledgeable and skilled in their selected project areas. Soon their archery and living history disciplines will be available.

Those interested in learning a new sport or with any questions, call The Ottawa County Extension office at 419 898-3631 or Michelle Woods at 419 797-2715 and leave a message.

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Salvation Army Red Kettle Kickoff

Did you know that 2 hours of Bell Ringing is the equivalence to donating $101.03?

The Salvation Army-Port Clinton Service Center along with the Advisory Committee Members cordially invites you to attend the 20th Annual “Red Kettle Campaign” Kickoff Celebration on Friday, Nov. 8, at the Catawba Island Club, 4235 E. Beachclub Road, Port Clinton, at 7:30 a.m. Breakfast is provided. 

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OH Boys 2nd, PC Boys 3rd at SBC Championships

Behind a second-place finish from junior Tyler Sievert (16:28), the Oak Harbor boys cross country team finished second at the Sandusky Bay Conference Championships for the third consecutive year.

Port Clinton, meanwhile, finished in third place with 66 points, just one point behind the Rockets. Perkins won with 39 points. Huron (89), Edison (129), St. Mary CC (141), Clyde (172) and Margaretta (189) finished fourth thru eighth to round out the scoring.

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SBC Girls Golf Final standings

The Sandusky Bay Conference Girls Golf standings had Port Clinton finishing fourth and Oak Harbor in sixth place.

Sophomores Morgan Hazzard and Madison Cole of Port Clinton were named to second team all-SBC. Oak Harbor junior Brooke Tice and Port Clinton Sophomore Emily Shaw were recognized with Honorable Mention.

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Thank you for CASA

Thank you to Kevin Lowe of 1812 Food and Spirits restaurant and to Bruce Cohagen, Sharon Teresi and Linda Montis of Camp Runinmuck in Marblehead for their generous donations and support for Ottawa County Stars Dance for CASA

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Danbury Township fall clean-up week is Oct. 21-25

Danbury Township will have the big dumpsters available at township hall Oct. 21-25 for residents to dispose of household items, appliances, steel and metal. The township will pay for Freon removal from appliances. Employees will be on hand 7 a.m-7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and on Friday from 7 a.m. until the end of clean-up at 11 a.m. to assist residents with unloading. Do not bring tires, brush, oil, paint, batteries, boats, vehicles or propane tanks. Scrapping for metal is prohibited and will be enforced by Danbury Township Police. This is the last clean-up week for 2013.

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Keeper’s House raffle winners

Little Alex Porter, son of Captain Brian Porter of the 14th Ohio Civil War unit, drew the winning tickets for the Wolcott Keeper's House raffle during the Lighthouse Festival encampment Saturday, Oct. 12.  The winners were Bob and Annette Textor of Curtice, John Fritz of Port Clinton, Linda Kolinko of Port Clinton and Sue Lavoie of Marblehead.  

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Third graders learn about fire safety

Benton-Carroll-Salem schools third graders were invited to the Carroll Township Fire/EMS Department on Friday, Oct. 4,  to learn about fire safety. The Carroll Township Fire Department, Life Flight, First Energy, Ohio State Highway Patrol, St. Vincent’s, ProMedica, Ottawa County EMA, and Materion all donated their time to make the day possible. 

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Oak Harbor and Port Clinton Boys make all-Conference Teams

Tate Harr of Oak Harbor was named 2013 Sandusky Bay Conference Boys Soccer Outstanding Performer of the Year. Oak Harbor placed four players on the first team and Port Clinton placed three.

Following is the listing of other Port Clinton and Oak Harbor players on the first and second teams and honorable mention.

2013 Sandusky Bay Conference Boys Soccer

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Oak Harbor and Port Clinton Girls make all-Conference Teams

Emma Barney of Oak Harbor was named 2013 Sandusky Bay Conference Girls Soccer Outstanding Performer of the Year. Oak Harbor placed three players on the first team and Port Clinton placed four.

Following is the listing of other Port Clinton and Oak Harbor player on the first and second teams and honorable mention.

2013 Sandusky Bay Conference Girls Soccer All Conference Teams

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