By John Schaffner
In eastern Ottawa County, we are all environmentalists. There is no 2% vs. 98% when the subject is the health of Lake Erie. The recently organized Lake Erie Improvement Association held a meeting at Catawba Island Club on Friday morning to look once again at the challenges facing the lake and also to unveil a strategic plan to address those challenges.
Grant and Jodie McCallum are announcing the closing of their Fine Art Gallery on Dec. 31. The Gallery opened in 2008 and has featured local, regional and national talent. The gallery has offered visual, performing and culinary arts in its “The Art of it All” venues over the past 5 years.
Laura Masimore accepts a $100 donation for Port Clinton DECA from Rick Nemecek as part of their “Quotes-for-a-Cause” promotion.
By Yaneek Smith
Recently the Oak Harbor cheerleading squad competed at the Nancy Leaser Cheerleading Invitational, finishing in second place in the small varsity competition. On top of that, senior Taylor Blatt finished second in the individual competition, an impressive feat.
(Left to right) David Douglas, Alex Duez, Cameron Sherry, Logan Kenley, Coach McCarthy, Austin Holmes, Devon Grosswiler, Parker Sherry. (Not pictured: Johnathan McCllellan, Conner McCllellan, Avery Nowak)
Port Clinton’s Varsity Girls Bowlers bowled over both Fostoria and Lakota in a tri match Saturday at Harbor Lanes to begin the season 2-0.
The Lady Redskins rolled games of 749-677 and added 670 in Baker to total 2096. Lakota rolled 1943 and Fostoria 1513.
In their season opener, the Port Clinton boys fell, 54-36, to Tiffin Columbian in non-conference action.
The Port Clinton girls basketball team, after going 13-8 last season, is off to a good start, having won its first four games.