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Perfect Color Hair & Tan welcomes new stylist

Perfect Color Hair & Tan would like to welcome Danielle Tetzloff-Ransom to their team.  Danielle has been a licensed cosmetologist for 12 years, working in the Port Clinton area for many of those years.  She has experience as a salon manager, platform artist and instructor in the cosmetology industry.  Danielle has used her experience as a platform artist to become an expert hair color specialist.  She also is available for most nail services, formal hairstyling and make up artistry.  

To schedule your appointment with Danielle please call Perfect Color at 419-732-825.  Also like us on Facebook for our on line scheduling application.

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GPCAAC Appetite for the Arts

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC) would like to thank all those who supported the 2014 Appetite for the Arts.  Our most successful event ever was accomplished by those who purchased tickets for the Friday evening “Main Event”, those who volunteered during the week end event, Erie-Ottawa International Airport, Liberty Aviation Museum, those that attended during the week end, the talented artists that participated, Kevin Lowe  (1812 Food & Spirits) and his wonderful staff, Claudio Salvador, Jon Kronberg, Commodore Perry Credit, TriCoast Title, Terra State Community College, Baumann Auto Center, Bolte Insurance – Steve Gulas, Dr. Jennifer Casey, First Federal of Lorain, First National Bank, Keith A Fleming Gallery, Edna and James Hansen, Hartung Title Agency, Alex Morgan Johnson – Real Living Morgan Realty Group, Dr Sandy & Beth McLean, Carol & Jeff Morgan, Port Clinton Artists Club, Real Living Morgan Realty Group,  Jeff & Joy Roth, Molly & Jim Sass, Soderberg & Brenner CPA’s, Mary’s Blossom Shoppe, Lee Anne & Bill Caswell, Marlene Gulas, Trish McCartney – State Farm Insurance, Wide World Shoppe, Cary Ferguson, Bailey Van Kirk and Sande Campbell.

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Port Clinton routs Rossford, 47-14

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Port Clinton quarterback Brandon Moore winds up for a long toss downfield against Rossford

After winning just one game in the last two season, Port Clinton has opened this year with a 2-0 record. 

The Redskins came out firing on all cylinders Friday, scoring 33 points in the first quarter on their way to a 47-14 victory over Rossford in non-conference action. 

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