Thank you from Edgewood

I would like to extend a sincere thank you to the  Eagles Ladies Auxiliary and  The Moose Club Ladies Auxiliary for their donation to the Edgewood Manor National Nursing Home Week celebrations.Without their kind support the week would not have been so successful!


Port Clinton Open Tennis Tournament

Port Clinton High School is hosting the 2013 Port Clinton Open Tennis Tournament on June 29 & 30 at PCHS. Cost of the Tournament is $15/Player plus One Can of Tennis Balls for One Event OR $25/Player for Two Events plus One Can of Tennis Balls. There is a 2-Match Guarantee. A Registration Form can be picked-up in the Main Office at Port Clinton High School or at Deadline for Entering is Monday June 24th. For questions call 419.202.2671.


Art Council’s Water’s Edge Concert

The North Coast Concert Band will be playing a free concert on Sunday, June 23, from 7-8:30 p.m. at Erie Dearie/Waterworks Park on Perry Street in Port Clinton. The performance is presented by The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council.


Something New for the Magruder Hospital Diabetic Support Group

For the July 11th Diabetic Support Group, Magruder Hospital Dietitian Kathy Buckingham will lead a Supermarket Tour at Kroger in Port Clinton from 9-10 a.m. This is open to anyone with diabetes, as well as family, friends and caregivers, to be able to see first-hand what to look for and what to keep in mind when grocery shopping.


Open Tennis at PCHS

There will be open play at the Port Clinton High School tennis courts for all ages and skill levels every Wednesday during the summer from 6:30 -8:30 p.m.


First Relay for Life Golf Outing scheduled

The first annual Relay For Life of Ottawa County Golf Outing will be held Saturday, July 6, at the Oak Harbor Golf Club. A $240 entry fee per team of four includes a golf cart, lunch, drink tickets and prizes. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.


Rise of the Mayfly

Jerry Cohen with a nice June Lake Erie Walleye

This past week I watched as the clouds of Mayflies rose from the bottom of Lake Erie to the surface of the water on my boat’s sonar. On Sunday morning they were in the 10 foot range of the water column, and by Monday night they were covering the sides of shoreline homes and boats sitting in the marinas in a thick blanket of wings and curved up tails.

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