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Port Clinton Middle School Announces Students of the Month for April 2014

Port Clinton Middle School recently announced the Students of the Month for April 2014 Cooper Stine, Andrew Babcock and Erin Hiller.  

Cooper Stine was the Fleet 6 Student of the Month, and is the son of Renee & Cory Stine. Cooper has been involved in football, basketball, baseball and Newspaper Club. He has been ambassador at Immaculate Conception and will be attending the Ohio State football camp this summer.

His community service includes being an accolade at church and helping to serve to at their banquets. He also helped a friend with his Eagle Scout project which included making the benches and trash cans for the city park. What Cooper enjoys most about school are the new friends he has made. His favorite class is math.  When not in school, Cooper enjoys backyard sports with his friends and riding his bike. 

The Fleet 7 Student of the Month for April 2014 was Andrew Babcock.  Andrew is the son of Sara & Josh Nelson. He has been involved in sports such as football, basketball, track and swimming. His favorite class in school is science because it is fun and learns something new every day. Andrew enjoys playing sports outside and spending time with his friends.  

Erin Hiller was the Fleet 8 Student of the Month for April 2014.   She is the daughter of Cathy & Alex Hiller. Erin has participated in several activities including yearbook, Ohio Association of Student Council, basketball, softball, volleyball and soccer. Her community service included the harvest fest window painting, and she participated in the "Tire Flip" to raise money for the Washington DC trip. When not in school, she likes to spend time with her friends, going to movies, and shopping.  She said her favorite subject is math 

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Immaculate Conception Preschool Graduates 26

Their future IS so bright, they do need to wear shades! That is exactly what a group 4 and 5 year olds did on Wednesday morning as they graduated from ICS Preschool.  Under the direction of Miss Mary Heschel, Miss Michelle Wojciechowski, and Miss Emily Tichy the group of 26 sang their hearts out and entertained a full gym of parents, siblings, grandparents, and school mates.  Tunes like a rap version of “Itsy Bitsy Spider” by the 4 and 5 year olds rocked the house.  The children have learned many songs throughout the year in sign language including “I think your Wonderful”.

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Firecracker Cutie Contest Returns to 4th of July Festivities

This year’s contest is open to all boys and girls age 0-10 years old and will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church at 3 p.m. on Friday, July 4. Participants are asked to don their Red, White & Blue for the occasion.

Again this year is an optional “Most Photogenic” contest, which will be judged based on photographs sent in with the applications. These will be judged separately prior to July 4, and awards will be given at the afternoon ceremonies. Registration deadline for the “Most Photogenic” contest is June 30, and Firecracker Cutie contest applications are due the day of the event. Firecracker Cutie Applications will be accepted on the 4 starting at 2:15 p.m.

Awards will be presented at Adams Street Park immediately following the Firecracker Cutie Contest on July 4.

Applications for the Firecracker Cutie Contest & Most Photogenic Contest can be picked up at Perfect Color Hair & Tan on North Madison Street in Port Clinton, Mary’s Blossom Shoppe on Madison Street, Hot Shots Photography on Madison Street or by calling Anita Schultz at 517-740-9934 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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