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ICS Preschool celebrates Valentine’s Day, announces open houses

On Wednesday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Preschool in Port Clinton Miss Mary Heschel’s four year olds made a variety of patterns of pink and red hearts down the school’s corridors in celebration of Valentine’s Day.

Immaculate Conception Preschool is now accepting registration for 3 and 4 year olds for the 2014-2015 school year and planning two open houses to welcome new students and show any interested families j what Immaculate Conception Preschool offers. The first is on Wednesday, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Parents and children 3 and 4 years old are welcome to take a look at the preschool, meet the preschool staff, and ask any questions. The second open house is Sunday, March 16, from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

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Eight area swimmers and three divers advance to state competition

  • Published in Sports

Cheyenne Meek led eight Port Clinton swimmers who advanced to the Division II State Meet after their performances last weekend at districts in Bowling Green.

Meek finished third in the 100 freestyle in 51.68 seconds and was part of the 200 free relay team of McKenzie Stine, Allie Schroeder and Taylor Steyer that finished first. The same quartet of swimmers also finished third in the 400 free relay, good enough to advance.

On the boys side, Zach Barr, Shane Meek, Ty Gallogly and Nick Reineck finished fifth in the 200 free relay (1:32.03).

Emily Zibert placed ninth in diving and has advanced to state competition.

Oak Harbor had two divers advance to state, Bryce Buderer (4th) and Cooper Hicks (6th).

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Port Clinton Council takes trip to Wooster

On Saturday, Feb. 15, the Port Clinton City Council took a fact-finding field trip to Wooster to see work that Washington Properties has done, to talk to people of Wooster and to talk with Main Street Wooster to see suggestions they have on what worked for their community. Washington Properties is discussing the renovation of select buildings in downtown Port Clinton and the development of Waterworks Park.

In attendance were Mike Snider (Council at Large), Nicole DeFreitas (Council at Large), Jerry Tarolli (Ward 2), Margaret Phillips (Ward 3), Gabe Below (Ward 4), and Lisa Sarty (Nominated Council). Ron Aukerman of Ward 1 was excused from the trip due to an illness.

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