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Oak Harbor Apple Festival is October 12-13

The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Apple Festival this year on Oct. 12-13. This family oriented festival has over 25,000 visitors attending annually. It is held in downtown Oak Harbor with all activities located within a one block walking area. The crowning of the 2013-2014 Royalty Court is at opening ceremonies on Saturday at 9 a.m., followed by the cutest baby contest. 

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Volunteer keepers needed for Marblehead Lighthouse and Museum

If you love Ohio history and enjoy an afternoon along Lake Erie, consider volunteering next year at the Marblehead Lighthouse State Park.  

Built in 1821, Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest in continuous operation on any of the Great Lakes. More than 45,000 visitors tour the lighthouse and museum annually. The facilities are jointly managed by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society.

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Football Friday, week four

On Friday evening, the Oak Harbor Rockets defeated the Port Clinton Redskins 33-7 at Port Clinton.

The Danbury Lakers defeated Cardinal Stritch 21-7 at Danbury.

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Danbury cross-country

The Danbury cross country team competed at the Old Fort Invitational on Tuesday, Sept. 17. Sophomore Evan Pope had his best time of the season running 20:47 while freshman Kyle Mumford also ran his best race of the year with a time of 21:36. Junior Kylie Beach placed 23rd in the Varsity girls race with a time of 23:24 and junior Amanda Kettler ran 24:59. 

The Lakers are back in action Tuesday at the Ottawa County Invitational.

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Homecoming royalty at PCHS

King Seth Bickel and Queen Hope Thorbahn

Hope Thorbahn and Seth Bickel were crowned 2013 Queen and King of Port Clinton Homecoming on Friday evening. The rains did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the king, queen, court and their families.

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Community partnerships program at Ida Rupp

Ida Rupp Public Library will present a very special program at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Ottawa County United Way Director Chris Galvin will lead a workshop about initiating and maintaining community partnerships.  We know that community partnerships increase community awareness, provide non-monetary support and assist in fundraising.  Partners share your interest in community improvements and provide essential skills.  Working together guarantees results.

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