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Howard Hanna Golf Outing

Howard Hanna Real Estate team 

The Howard Hanna Golf Outing benefiting the Children's Free Care Fund is Aug. 12 at the Catawba Island Club. To be a part of this event and help the children, register by calling  Howard Hanna Real Estate at 419-734-5751.  Deadline for registration is August 5.

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H. G. Moore Reunion

The 55th H.G. Moore Reunion was held on July 14 at the home of Sandy and John Young at 5171 N. Moore Road, Oak Harbor. Hosts for the day were the children of Walter and Mary (Moore) Henry.  

Those attending were: John & Sandy Young, Kevin, Steven and Josh; Dick and Mary Wood, Katie & Curtis Wood, Derek Wood, Brian & Elaine Wood, Adam, Leah and Alyson Wood; Walter and Mary Henry; Bill and Bobbi Henry, Bryan and Brianne Goetz, Jeremy, Crystal and Mallory Gleason, Peggy and Jim Dolinger; Ola Mae Moore, John and Connie Moore, Katy Moore and Kinsley Moore, Jordon Moore; Charles and Evalyn Moore, Mark and Rennie Moore, Zach and Brooke Moore, Matt Moore, Dan and Kelly Moore, Brandon Alex and Kyle Moore; Annette Holcomb, Mike and Carol Benner, Alison Benner, Ashley Benner, Jeff and Angela Finn, Sawyer Finn; Bonnie and Roger Daniels.

The 56th Reunion will be held on Sunday, July 13, 2014, and hosted by the Richard J. Moore Family. It will be held at the home of Carol and Mike Benner.

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Danbury Township Board of Trustees special meeting Monday

The Danbury Township Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting on Monday, July 29, at the Township Hall beginning at 6 p.m., to discuss and act on the necessary Resolutions to replace three current fire and/or emergency medical services levies into one 1.5 mill levy to provide fire and emergency medical services for the residents of Danbury Township and the Village of Marblehead. Discussion will also be held in regards to signing the Bill of Sale for the Lakeside Fire Department assets excluding real estate.

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Ottawa County Fair School Art Exhibit winners

Ottawa County Fair School Art Exhibit ribbons were issued to the following students throughout Ottawa County.  The School Art Exhibit is coordinated through the efforts of B. Jean Fanning and Sandra Butzin of North Point Educational Service Center and with the support of the Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents (Guy Parmigian, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local; Patrick Adkins, Port Clinton City; Daniel Parent, Danbury Local; Dennis Mock, Genoa Area Local; Andrea Smith, North Point E.S.C.; and Linda Bringman, Woodmore Local).

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Ohio Wildlife Council approves early migratory game bird hunting seasons

The Ohio Wildlife Council approved the state's 2013-2014 early migratory game bird hunting seasons at its scheduled meeting on Wednesday, July 17, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Sept. 1 kicks off the state’s bird hunting seasons for mourning dove, Canada goose, rail, moorhen and snipe.

New this year, bag limits for Canada geese and teal have increased, and possession limits after the second day of hunting have increased for all migratory game bird species.

Ohio's dove season is Sept. 1-Oct. 21 and Dec. 15-Jan. 2, 2014, with a daily limit of 15 birds and a possession limit of 45 birds after the second day.

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First Annual Lenny Appelhans Open

The Friends of Riverview Nursing Home Levy Committee announces the first annual Lenny Appelhans Open Golf Scramble. The event will take place on Saturday August 17, at the Oak Harbor Golf Club. The morning begins with a shot gun start at 8 a.m., includes lunch and other activities throughout the morning.

The event is in memory of Lenny Appelhans (also known as the Voice of the Oak Harbor Rockets). Lenny was the Staff Accountant at Ottawa County Riverview Nursing Home at the time of his passing on July 3, 2011. Lenny loved working at Riverview as well as spending time on the Golf Course with his friends. The committee is combining Lenny’s loves and planning this special event, with all proceeds benefiting the Friends of Riverview Nursing Home Levy Committee.

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American Red Cross thanks Gala attendees and supporters

The American Red Cross of Ottawa County hosted the Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls of Company Red Friday, July 19, at the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton. The 6th annual Club Red fundraising gala was a benefit for local Red Cross disaster relief and recovery. 

This year’s theme encouraged guests to wear World War II or USO apparel as they were transported to the 40’s for the evening. Guests to the sold-out affair enjoyed hors d’oeuvres with dinner provided by Zinc Brasserie. Honored guests were Dr. Harold Brown and his wife, Dr. Marsha Bordner, as well as Dorothy “Dottie” Patrick. Retired Lt. Col. Brown served as a Tuskegee Airman and flew a Red Tail P-51 Mustang during World War II. He was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in March 2007 for his brave service and dedication to our country. Dottie, an accomplished pilot, is a past member of the women aviators group, ‘Ninety-Nines, Inc.’, and an active member of the Erie-Ottawa County Airport Authority. Gala chair Danis Putzbach shared her personal memory of Patrick building a plane in the Patrick family room and then flying it.

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Mary’s Blossom Shoppe raises funds for American Red Cross Disaster Relief

Mary Gangway Snyder

Local business woman, Mary Gangway Snyder, owner of Mary’s Blossom Shoppe in Port Clinton, has been recognized by the American Red Cross of Ottawa County for her dedication to help raise funds for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Most recently Snyder raised $580 through a cash and carry floral special with all proceeds benefitting those affected by the spring storms across the nation.

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