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PCHS Class of 1969 reunion

It’s not too late to RSVP for the 45th class reunion to be held in September. For those not attending in the past, brace yourselves for a weekend of fun and being reacquainted with old friends.

 

For more information contact Karen Fredericks by calling 419-797-4394.

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Jerry Lippus car show August 2

Last year's car show

2014 marks the 21st anniversary of the Chamber’s Jerry Lippus Memorial Classic Car Show on Saturday, August 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Port Clinton. Cars, trucks and bikes from virtually every era and every make will be on display on Madison Street. There will be a DJ, a 50/50 drawing every hour beginning at 11 a.m. and door prizes every hour beginning at 11:30 a.m. 

In recent years, the shows have hosted an average of over 150 cars and trucks.  Vehicle registration is $10 with a portion of the registration fees being donated to the Port Clinton 4th of July Fireworks and Main Street Port Clinton in honor of Jerry Lippus.  Dash plaques will be given to the first 100 cars at check-in.

A special thanks to the corporate sponsors who help make this event a huge success: America’s Best Value Inn, Baumann Auto Center, Cheesehaven, Civilian Marksmanship Program, John Krupp CPA, Lakeland Auto, Magruder Hospital, Muffler Smiths, Neidecker, LeVeck and Crosser Funeral Home, Nemecek Insurance, Otterbein North Shore Retirement Community, Scenic Rock Ledge Inn & Cottages, Skipper Bud’s, Snider & Associates, and Trish McCartney State Farm Insurance.

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GPCAAC holds third Art Walk of the season

On Thursday, July 24, the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council held its third Art Walk of the season. Art Walks are held the fourth Thursday of the month from 5-8 p.m. in downtown Port Clinton. The theme of this Art Walk was Ecogreen Sculptures.

In addition to the Art Walk, Lake Erie Adventure Play (LEAP) held a pop-up playground in front of Ida Rupp Library. Kids created adventures out of cardboard, fabric and other recycled material using their imaginations. There was also music and a farmer’s market.

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