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Ribbon Cutting Planned for Allure Signs and Printing

The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 20th anniversary of Allure Signs and Printing located at 5831 E. Harbor Road in Marblehead.  The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m.  

For more information, contact 419-732-7880 or visit www.alluresignsoh.com.

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Riders Unlimited, Inc. Participates in National Make A Difference Day

Riders Unlimited, Inc. Equestrian Programs will be participating in National Make A Difference Day on Saturday, October 26. National Make A Difference Day is the largest national day of community service. Millions of volunteers around the world unite in a common mission to improve the lives of others. Plans for the day at Riders Unlimited located at 3140 N. Behlman Rd., Oak Harbor, include:

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Thank you Humane Society

Thank you to everyone who came out to Pinot for Paws to support the Humane Society of Ottawa County. Special thanks goes to Chad Hoffman, Firelands Winery, Bergman Orchards LLC, Catawba Island Brewing Co., Dylan Olivia's Salon, Char-Tom Charters, Coffee Express, Harborview Animal Hospital & Laser Center, Mary's Blossom Shoppe, Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi, O Isabel's, Red Letter Photography, Ashley Marie Schiets and Vikki Samuels. Your support is truly appreciated. We raised $632 for the shelter and we are already making plans for next year. Thanks again.

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Port Clinton falls to Huron, 48-8

Photos by Bill Migala

On Friday night, Port Clinton went up against one of the Sandusky Bay Conference's best teams and found out just how difficult it is to defend a player like Cody Thompson.

The senior quarterback, who is headed to the University of Toledo next year on a football scholarship, had 203 yards of total offense and scored three touchdowns in leading the Tigers to a 48-8 victory at Kalahari Field at Huron Memorial Stadium.

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Bataan Day Ceremony Is November 8

Newspaper article displayed at Bataan Elementary

The annual Bataan Day ceremony will be held this year on Friday, Nov. 8, at 9 a.m. in the Bataan Memorial School Gymnasium.  

The students and staff of Bataan Memorial Elementary School invite members of the community to their Bataan Day Ceremony. This year, students and staff are organizing a food drive in conjunction with the VFW Post 2480 to benefit local veterans in need. Students and guests are asked to bring a non-perishable food item with them on Nov. 8.

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Community Calendar Oct. 24-30

Oct. 24-31

Fall Ghost Walks with Victoria
WHAT: History, romance, spirits
WHEN: 7 p.m. or by appointment
WHERE: The Marshall Inn Bed & Breakfast, 204 Monroe St., PC
COST: $8.50
INFO: 877-376-5531

Thursday Oct. 24

Celebrity Server Night
WHAT: Benefiting PC Business and Professional Women Scholarship Program
WHEN: 6-8 p.m.
WHERE: 1812 Food and Spirits, Perry & Madison

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Danbury loses to Ottawa Hills, looks to finish the season on a high note

Ottawa Hills controlled this one throughout, scoring on its first two possessions before rolling to a 53-14 victory over Danbury.

The Green Bears, who improved to 3-5 and and 3-2 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference, jumped out to a 14-0 lead behind two touchdown runs (4, 9) by Austin Stevens before the Lakers (2-6, 1-4 TAAC) responded by driving 72 yards and scoring a touchdown on a 4-yard run by Cody German to cut the deficit in half early in the second quarter.

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Rockets run for nearly 500 yards in win over SMCC

In a back-and-forth game that featured three first-half ties, Oak Harbor took the lead for good late in the second quarter before slowly building a lead to defeat St. Mary Central Catholic, 42-21.

The win, which came after two consecutive losses, moves the Rockets to 4-4 overall and 3-2 in the Sandusky Bay Conference. The Panthers, meanwhile, drop to 2-6 and 1-4 in the league.

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St. Joseph Annual Orange and Grapefruit Sale

St. Joseph Church Choir, Marblehead, will kick off their annual Orange and Grapefruit Sale on Saturday, Oct. 26. The choir will be taking orders for fresh citrus fruit from Florida’s Indian River. The sale will last from Oct. 26 until Nov. 11. Fruit will be ready for pick up on Dec. 14 & 15.

Buyers may choose from grove-fresh Florida navel oranges, tangelos and red grapefruit. Sales are by the cartons of 2/5 and 4/5 boxes. Mixed boxes and variety packs are also available.

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Bassett’s Market switches weekly fliers to The Beacon

Beacon Publisher John Schaffner welcomes Mike Bassett and the Bassett's Market flier to The Beacon family of insert customers. 

Bassett’s Market, a locally owned family business who has called Ottawa County its home since the late 1800s, has announced a major change in its marketing direction. As of Oct. 24, the famous Bassett’s weekly flier will now be a regular insert into The Beacon.

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