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Edgewood Manor celebrates National Nursing Home Week

The residents and staff of Edgewood Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center are pleased to announce a fun-filled schedule of events for National Nursing Home Week, May 11-17..

This year the residents of Edgewood will spend National Nursing Home Week taking the “Journey of a Lifetime”.  They will travel back in time starting with the 1970’s and ending the week in the 1920’s.  Each day of the week will revolve around a different decade.  All of the day’s games, parties, music, costumes, and decorations will revolve around that era’s culture.  Family & Friends are always welcome to join in the fun.

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Paint with Geoff Mowery May 15

Local artists will have the rare opportunity to paint with and learn from Geoff Mowery, listed in the “500 Best Contemporary Artists in North America”. A graduate of the Choinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, Mowery paintings grace the halls of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art, to name a few. 

An all day plein air class with Mowery, sponsored by the Port Clinton Artists’ Club, will be held at Lakeview Park on Thursday, May 15, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The rain date is Friday, May 16. Mowery paints primarily in egg tempera and oil, but artists are invited to bring whatever medium they prefer. The class is open to the public and is $45. For more information, or to make a reservation, call Kathie Widing at 419-341-0817.

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ICS says thank you

The students and staff of Immaculate Conception School have a lot to be thankful for and are truly counting their blessings. Because of the generosity of many people in the community, the school’s 28th annual “Happy Birthday” Auction was a huge success. The spirit of the event was full of laughter, good food, friendship, and most of all the love of a school and its children. The school auction truly is a vital lifeline in the providing of necessary funds needed to continue providing a faith filled education in Port Clinton, Ohio. Whether you donated an item or a service, gave a cash donation, bought a raffle ticket, or attended the event itself, we send our heartfelt thank you. 

Without the generosity of our community, our local businesses, our parishioners, and our school families, the success of this event would not have been possible. Immaculate Conception School is proud to be a part of the Port Clinton Community and will continue to serve in any way it can to give back because a “small act really does make a difference”. From Immaculate Conception school, we say thank you and God Bless you!

Friends of Immaculate Conception School

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