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Country Gentlemen stylists attend Luminescence class

Debbie Hymore-Tester and Gina Nuhfer, stylists at Country Gentlemen in Port Clinton, were very excited about attending an advanced Luminescence hair coloring class.

Luminescence is a 3D/HD Hair coloring system that has 100% grey coverage with depth and high definition. Luminescent Therapie Karité formulas with Shine Activators™ are a unique system of nourishing care and protection for color treated hair that adds strength, softness and silkiness. Due to its nourishing and reconstructive benefits, natural shea butter or Karité is an active ingredient in all Luminescence formulas.

Karité was originally brought to prominence by the Egyptian queen Nefertiti who claimed that she owed her beauty to Karité. It has been used for centuries for its extraordinary benefits for skin and hair.

Call Country Gentlemen Barber/Beauty Salon at 228 E. 2nd St. Port Clinton, 419-734-6111, for more information or for an appointment.

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MSU and NBA star Greg Kelser and designer Arthur Hills come to CIC June 17th

The Michigan State University Golf Jamboree will be held at Catawba Island Club, Port Clinton, on June 17. The purpose of the event to raise money for student scholarships and also to assist Mr. Greg Kelser with his youth inner-city summer basketball camp. Kelser was a member of the 1979 MSU NCAA Championship  Basketball team and played with Magic Johnson during that season as a forward. Greg was later drafted in the first round of the NBA by the Detroit Pistons, and played six seasons in the NBA. He will be here doing a meet and greet and promoting his new book, “Greg Kelser’s Tales from Michigan State Basketball”.

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Cabela’s National Walleye Tour heads to Port Clinton June 14

Competitive walleye anglers will converge on Lake Erie at Port Clinton,  as the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour continues their inaugural season on June 14-15. Featuring a pro-am style format, the all-new tournament circuit will include a total of three regular-season events with a year-end championship.

The Port Clinton event begins on Thursday, June 13, with tournament registration from 2-4 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center at 821 Jefferson St., Port Clinton, with a mandatory pre-tournament meeting set to start at 5 p.m. Pro and co-angler pairings will be announced at the pre-tournament meeting.

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Bataan Carnival

Bataan Primary student Maddison Damschen takes aim at Mrs. Jody Knoch in the dunk tank at the Bataan Carnival with the help of PCHS student volunteer Andrew Cline. (Trevor Pean and Herman Sykes look on in the background). Port Clinton Elementary Parents Club organized the event for Bataan Primary students with carnival games, food, fun, a clown making balloon animals, and face-painting.

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Ragbag Report: Rubbin' is Racin'

I just finished sailing in the Bayview One Design Regatta up in Lake St. Clair hosted by Bayview Yacht Club. It was three tough days of racing in heavy air all three days. It was really intense! My thanks to my crew members who performed very well.

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Olympic Day at ICS

Just as the older kids at ICS enjoyed Olympic Day last Friday with the public school at True Lay Stadium, the younger grades at ICS had their turn on Tuesday. ICS gym teacher, Mrs. Joni Hoffman, organized a field day just for the kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders. The kids took turns at several different activities, which included a Frisbee toss, a crab crawl beach volleyball game, an obstacle course, and a bean bag toss competition.

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ICS third grade parents get treated to lunch

The Immaculate Conception School third graders treated their parents to lunch last week in thanks for everything their parents have done for them. Mrs. Danielle Linja’s class sent out invitations, made gifts, decorated the tables, and prepared an Italian feast of spaghetti, bread, and desserts. The event was held in the school gym. The class spent some time reflecting and writing an essay thanking their parents for their time and guidance.

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Magruder Hospital hires new Chief Financial Officer

Magruder Hospital recently hired Ronald Weiner as Vice-President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer. He replaces Todd Almendinger, who was recently promoted to President & CEO of the hospital.

Weiner graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and went on at Ohio University to earn his Masters of Business Administration.

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Wolcott Keeper’s House summer season

The Wolcott Keeper’s House’s summer season starts Monday, June 10, with Monday through Friday hours from 1-5 p.m. through Aug. 30th.   Trained docents and greeters are on hand to answer questions and to share the history of the 1820’s stone home of the first keeper of the Marblehead Light, Benajah Wolcott.   The house is also open June 8 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Last week new and experienced volunteers gathered at the Wolcott Keeper’s House, 9999 Bayshore Road in Danbury, to get reacquainted and to get ready to greet and inform the thousands of visitors that come throughout the season to enjoy the restored home, the museum, and adjacent historic cemetery, and to learn about life on the Firelands frontier.

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