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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
 — Week ending June 1

Clay Township
• 5-30-12 David and Jill Spieldenner to N.P. Dodge Jr., 2567 N. First St., $215,000.
• 5-30-12 N.P. Dodge Jr. to Jeffrey C. and Marcia Mossing, 2567 N. First St., $205,000.
• 5-31-12 Roger K. Riehm et al to Zachary K. Diekman, new split West Camper Road, $121,000.
• 6-1-12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Martin P. Sutter, 19901 Zwicker Road, $41,500.
• 6-1-12 Donna M. Halka , Lynda B. Young and Charles H. Stockmaster, 22428 W. Hellwig, $95,000.

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Steven Quartly to showcase latest images at Put-in-Bay

Steven Quartly will showcase his latest images Friday through Monday, May 25-28, at Wyland Gallery at Put-in-Bay. Located at 495 Catawba Ave., the gallery opened for the season May 19.“Amalfi Vineyard” is one of Steven Quartly’s colorful interpretations of a scene from his European travels.
Quartly will be on hand daily and by appointment during his Memorial Day Weekend show to unveil colorful new seascapes, landscapes and street scenes alive with romance and emotion.
Many of his paintings were influenced by his travels in Europe, Hawaii and the Caribbean. Some of his most powerful canvases are painted from sketches made or photographs taken during his travels.

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Design the official flag of Put-in-Bay

As a part of the bicentennial celebration of the Battle of Lake Erie, the Council of the Village of Put-in-Bay is sponsoring a flag design contest. The winning design will become the official flag of the Village of Put-in-Bay.
Made famous by Oliver Hazard Perry’s statement: “We have met the enemy and they are ours,” the Battle of Lake Erie was fought on Sept. 10, 1813, near the Village of Put-in-Bay. Before the battle, Commodore Perry used Put-in-Bay harbor as a safe anchorage for his vessels and for the captured British vessels after the battle.

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