1. This year Annual Open Enrollment is October 15, 2012 to December 7, 2012.
Kim and Lisa Smith (Muffler Smiths) were inducted Wednesday as the newest members of the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club.
The Vineyard’s Campus Administrator, Paul Shaw, gave a pin and a certificate to all resident veterans at a reception Nov. 2.
The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Erie and Ottawa Counties hosted its 18th annual awards for excellence banquet the evening of Oct. 30 at the Sandusky State Theatre.
Ferguson Gallery’s 14th annual open house is Nov. 16-18, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. -6 p.m. and Sunday 10-5 p.m.
In addition to the four showrooms of art glass, paintings, antiques, crafts and jewelry, the Gallery will have a variety of in-house specials and activities, snacks and beverages. Ferguson Gallery is the exclusive dealer in the area for Chamilia, Crislu and Kameleon jewelry.
Cary Ferguson and Cary Ferguson Jr. will be working in the studio, demonstrating how they create works of art in glass and crystal. The artists will be making the 2012 “Waves of Joy” ornament. Each ornament is hand blown in the studio, signed, dated and numbered.
Jacob Fanning, former Danbury Laker Basketball player from 2001-2005 is being inducted Friday night into the TAAC Hall of Fame.
Danbury High School honored their 2012 fall sports athletes and cheerleaders on Monday, Nov. 12.
Three area football teams got the chance to live their dreams last weekend by competing in the state football playoffs.
ePort Clinton High School Senior Jonathan Brown has been named first team All Ohio Division II for the highly successful PCHS 2012 soccer team.
The Chambers of Commerce Bright Stars for 2012 were recognized on Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland.
Over 50 chambers of commerce across northern Ohio nominated a person from their chamber as their “Bright Star,” to recognize a chamber member who has “made a significant impact on the chamber through membership, retention, sponsorship, economic development, operations and/or education.” Each Bright Star is an active chamber member for no less than two years and is likely to be an unsung hero or a dedicated behind-the-scenes volunteer.
Judi Halstead with Integrity Productions is the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Bright Star 2012. Halstead accepted her certificate and trophy from Tony Gallo, NOACC Chairman and Director of Business Development for Lorain County Chamber, at the presentation.
“When you think Bright Star, the PC Chamber immediately thinks of Judi Halstead. She exemplifies integrity in all aspects of her life including her willingness to proactively promote membership, to support Chamber programs, and to give 110% by volunteering with every event and activity. Her positive attitude is contagious!” stated Laura Schlachter, President of the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce.