Port Clinton Night with the Cleveland Cavaliers

Port Clinton High School is pleased to announce their very own A Cappella group, Touch of Class, was selected to perform the National Anthem at the January 5 Cleveland Cavaliers game.  The Cavs organization has made the evening into "Port Clinton High School Night with the Cavs!" 

PCHS has order forms for January 5 discounted tickets at a group rate of $30 per ticket. In addition, a portion of each ticket sold will be donated back to the PCHS Choir program. Ticket order forms are available in the Port Clinton High School Main office, or you can download the form at under the News. The discount ticket sale deadline is Monday, Nov. 25. PCHS Touch of Class is under the direction of Mr. Eric Watts.


Mole Day at Port Clinton High School

Port Clinton High School students Aaron Lockhart and Dennis Elias measure a mole of aluminum foil to create a mole foil sculpture on Oct. 23, Mole Day at PCHS.  

Oct. 23 was Mole Day at Port Clinton High School. Not a day honoring a small burrowing animal, but a day declared by Chemistry teacher Mrs. Nichole Wiechman to celebrate Avogadro’s number  6.02 x 1023.  


Math Madness at PCMS

Port Clinton Middle School students, Zoe Hines and Samantha Sneider, yell out their answers during the Math Madness competition. Mr. Ron Aukerman, PCMS STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math) teacher served as the judge of the competition.


Trick or treat times rescheduled

Happy Halloween!  Due to inclement weather, trick or treat times have been rescheduled. For Port Clinton, Lakeside, Marblehead, and Danbury Township, the trick or treat times are now Sunday, Nov. 3, from 5-7 p.m. For Oak Harbor and Rocky Ridge, trick or treat time is Sunday, Nov. 3, 6-7:30 p.m.


Edgewood Manor hosts Trick or Treat

First place winner McKenna Sullivan, the candy fairy

Super heroes, fairy princesses, goblins, skeletons, clowns, witches, pirates, vampires and a variety of other creatures descended upon Edgewood as the afternoon’s festivities began.  Residents sat in their doorways holding pumpkin buckets overflowing with candy as trick or treaters went up and down the halls gathering their bounty.  As the costumed characters passed by each person, two or three special goodies were dropped into their containers.  Excitement flowed from the children as they filled their bags while the residents smiled with delight at each little one’s outfit.  


Community Calendar Oct. 31-Nov. 6

Thursday Oct. 31

Harvest Carnival
WHAT: Contests, candy, face painting, bike giveaway
WHEN: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Erie Shores Assembly of God, 220 S. Gill Rd., PC
INFO: 419-734-3322

Lake Disposal’s Open the Door to Find a Cure
WHAT: Support Breast Cancer Awareness, coupons, refreshments
WHEN: 1 p.m.
WHERE: Lake Disposal, 2669 E. Harbor Rd., PC
INFO: 877-582-6800 or


Riverview Healthcare Campus Trick or Treat

Riverview residents passing out treats.

Sunday evening the 13th Annual Riverview Healthcare Campus Trick or Treat was held. Hundreds of children trick or treated from the hundred residents at Riverview, enjoyed trick or treat story time and movies, visited the haunted basement that benefited the Relay For Life Team and made special Halloween greetings for residents. There was a pumpkin carving contest with proceeds benefitting Riverview nurse Sarah William’s run in St. Jude Hospital’s Glass Slipper Run.


Snow for Devin

Today, Wednesday Oct. 30, it snowed outside of 218 Second Street in Port Clinton. I think an interaction between PC Mayor, Vince Leone, the PC police chief, Rob Hickman and I sums up what’s been happening around Port Clinton these last few days.

Cupp: “So who made this event happen today?”
Mayor Leone: “The community made this happen…”
Chief Hickman: “… No, Devin made this happen.”

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