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Peace Among Nations

The Lasting Legacy of the War of 1812 Art Exhibition

Call for artists

 

Artists of all ages from Ohio and Canada are called to create art interpreting the War of

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McIntire attends Social Security seminar

Chris McIntire, President and Founder of McIntire Retirement Services with offices in Perrysburg, Fremont and Port Clinton, recently attended a two-day Social Security seminar in Cincinnati. Premier Living, a Social Security consulting firm based out of Sharonville, Ohio, held the

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Credit card fraud prevention

Theft, the most obvious form of credit card fraud, can happen in a variety of ways, from low tech dumpster diving to high tech hacking. A thief might go through the trash to find discarded billing statements and then use your account information to buy things. A retail or bank website might get hacked, and your card number could

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Lake Erie Aquarium and Museum

I would like to share my idea for what i believe is best for Waterworks Park area in Port Clinton. I am envisioning a “Lake Aquarium and Museum", where there would be taxidermy mounts and aquariums of all types of fish that are found in Lake Erie to educate people to what lives in Lake Erie. We could call it "Water Works

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Sloopy’s Sports Café grabs top prize for second year in a row

Co-owner Brad Corbin wins unprecedented back-to-back Gourmet Pizza title to claim “Best of the Midwest”

Brad Corbin, co-owner of Sloopy’s Sports Café in Lakeside, notched an unprecedented back-to-back win in the 2013 Pizza Pizzazz Gourmet category on Feb. 17. Corbin, who co-owns Sloopy’s with business partner Mat Mangan, took home the $6,000 cash prize with an unusual strawberry-accented pizza named Paige’s Delight, and marked the fourth time that the restaurant has grabbed a top spot at Pizza Pizzazz. In addition to Corbin’s two wins, Mangan won the Traditional category in 2012, and Michael Speck, a previous Sloopy’s owner, won in the Traditional category in 2003.

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There is such a thing as a free lunch, at Ida Rupp

 

Mondays in March from 1-3 p.m. Ida Rupp Public Library will present a series titled “Get the Facts about Financial Fitness”. The presentations, made possible through a grant received by Ida Rupp Public Library provided by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation and the American Library Association, will be offered free of charge and will include lunch.

The classes will be held in the Community Room at Ida Rupp Public Library, 310 Madison Street. Port Clinton. Topics will be:

  • March 4:  Are You Financially Fit?
  • March 11: Get More Money Now
  • March 18:  How to Have Better Credit
  • March 25:  Have More Money for Things That Matter

Participants will receive a tote bag filled with useful items.  Those that attend all four classes will have their names entered in a drawing for a paper shredder.

Call the library at 419-732-3212 to register.

 

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