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Vegetation clean up

Any chance the city or county could utilize county jail inmate trustees to clean off the vegetation on the stone walkway to the lake, out the east side of the Portage River? It is an eyesore that gives Port Clinton a black eye to anyone entering from the lake.

Ron Mayle

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St. John Lutheran Fall Festival

The women of St. John Lutheran Church, 207 Adams St. in Port Clinton are currently planning their annual Fall Festival.  An invitation is extended to artists, crafters and businesses to participate.  The festival will feature the Vendors and the church women’s lunch and bake sale.  The event will be held Saturday, September 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Each space includes one table and two chairs and may be rented for $20.  Artists, crafters and businesses are welcome, but no flea market or garage sale type items will be allowed.  All merchandise must be new or crafted.  Spaces will be rented by a first-come first-served process since space is limited.

Interested vendors wanting more information or a renter’s contract should e-mail or call the festival’s Exhibitor-Vendor Chair, Monette Garn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 419-635-5863.

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Contestants sparkle at Firecracker Cutie Contest

Firecracker Cutie Queen Kinslee Bowen with her mom.

The Firecracker Cutie contest was held at Trinity United Methodist Church on Friday, July 4, at 3 p.m. There were 38 Firecracker Cutie contestants and 13 entries for the most photogenic category. The judges for the contest were Lindsey Winfield, Vicki Wadsworth and Deanna Sees. The contest was held inside the church and the results were revealed outside on Adams Street at the car show being held next door to St. John’s Lutheran Church.

Firecracker Cutie Queen: Kinslee Bowen
Firecracker Cutie King: Briar Mooney

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