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Edgewood Manor welcomes new Facility Rehabilitation Director

Edgewood Manor Nursing Center in Port Clinton is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Lopez, PTA, to the rehabilitation team.  Lopez brings six  years of experience to the therapy setting.  He is a graduate of Rhodes State College with a degree in Applied Science and Physical Therapist Assistant.  He is currently  finishing his Bachelors of Science degree at The University of Michigan. All of his work experience has been in long term care. 

Originally from Leipsic, Lopez is pleased to be back in his home state after working in Michigan and Texas. He has a well established reputation in the long term care industry for quality of care and for achieving superior outcomes for patients needing rehabilitation.  He has extensive experience and training in a wide range of rehab areas including orthopedic, muscle strains, joint strains, post stroke care, spine pain and dysfunction, vestibular rehab and other areas of therapeutic need. 

“I am thrilled to be a part of the Edgewood Manor team.  The high quality of care that our rehabilitation department provides to this community is an outstanding testament to the staff and I am proud to work with each of them,” stated Lopez.

Michael lives in Marblehead with his wife Emily and has two daughters.  He is looking forward to continuing his service to the community.

Edgewood Manor is an 80-bed skilled nursing facility with an in-house therapy team offering physical, occupational and speech therapy. For further information, call 419.734.5506.

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Toledo Symphony Brass Quintet free concerts

The Toledo Symphony Brass Quintet will present two free concerts in Ottawa County on March 12, thanks to a generous donation by the Ottawa County Community Foundation and arrangements by the Musical Arts Series at Firelands. The Brass Quintet will perform at 2 p.m. at Riverview Health Care Campus on SR 163 in Oak Harbor and at 3:30 p.m. at Otterbein North Shore Retirement Community in Marblehead.

Friends and family of residents are invited, as are members of the community.

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“Heroes Behind the Badge: Sacrifice and Survival” thank you

The Ottawa County Fraternal Order of Police Associates Lodge #34 would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support of the recent documentary screening of “Heroes Behind the Badge: Sacrifice & Survival”: The Island House Hotel, WPCR-portclintonradio.com, Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard, Cuyahoga County Sheriff Ceremonial Unit Bagpiper-Deputy Bruce Connor, Frankie Bickel, Cub Scout Pack , Guest Speakers Cory and Lindsey Winfield, Heroes Behind the Badge Film Producer Bill Erfurth, Port Clinton High School Performing Arts Center, Dupps Printing, Fraternal Order of Police #79, Ottawa County Sheriff Office, Poggemeyer Design Group, Speer Bros. Construction, Arcadis and RFC Contracting. We are proud to announce the funds raised from the event were donated to the Natioal Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial Fund, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #79 and Fraternal Order of Police Associates Lodge #34.  

Fraternal Order of Police Associates Lodge #34
Roseann Hickman

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