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Sorry to hear about the sudden passingof former Port Clinton Fire Chief, JohnDrummer. He worked for many years atClinton Auto Parts with my old friendJerry Lippus. While Fire Chief, the PC FireDepartment grew in skill and stature. Hewill be missed.
What a tough night to choose what towatch on TV! First, the Browns play theBuffalo Bills on the NFL Network Chan-nel while WGTE, Channel 30, will carry the documentary produced by CatawbaIsland resident Nick James on the Bi-Centennial Celebration of Oliver HazardPerry’s victory in the Battle of Lake Erie.If you missed any of the festivities over La-bor Day weekend, here is your chance tosee what you missed. This special programwill be aired at 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday,October 3).
Beginning this week, The Beacon willhave new hours at our ofce located at 205SE Catawba Rd. in the Beacon Place Busi-ness Center. Our new hours are Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 4:30, and8:30 to 12 Noon on Wednesdays and Fri-days.
Our “Find Wylie” winner this week isMary Jo Bennett of Marblehead who wasone of 230 individuals who found ourfriendly sh hiding in the ad for Com-mons of Providence on page 8A in lastweek’s Beacon. Mary Jo wins our weekly $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores.We’ll be hiding Wylie again this week. If  you nd him, drop off an entry form atour ofce in the Beacon Place BusinessCenter or click on the Find Wylie Icon atour website, www.thebeacon.net.
I received a call from old friend LuellaTerp, who worked for many years as theclerk for Ottawa County Common PleasJudge Donald Wargowski. She called totell me that Judge Wargowski and his wifeFaith have “come home” from their retire-ment place in Aiken, SC. They are now residents at Edgewood Manor in PortClinton. Judge Wargowski introduced meto Founders Day in Toussaint. One of my rst assignments at WRWR in 1972 wasto cover the celebration of the foundingof Toussaint by French explorer EtienneBrule in the 1600s. I think the Judge playedthe accordion while everybody raised aglass to salute the founding of Toussaint,Carroll Township and Ottawa County.The Celebration happens on Nov. 1st, “AllSaints Day” (Toussaint in French).
The election season is upon us. This isthe year for ward council candidates inPort Clinton and there is also a race forCity Auditor. Whatever the issue, the PortClinton Area Chamber of Commerce andthe Port Clinton Business and ProfessionalWomen will host Candidate’s Night nextThursday, Oct. 10, at the Elk’s Lodge start-ing at 7 p.m. Candidates from all over Ot-tawa County are invited to speak. Just con-tact the Chamber ofce at 419-734-5503.
St. Paul United Church of Christ in Oak Harbor will be holding a giant RummageSale this Saturday, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m. to3 p.m. at the church located at 165 Tous-saint Street in Oak Harbor. They will havea great selection of anything you can think of or need at great prices. After 1 p.m., ev-erything will go on sale at half price andclothes will be sold at $2 a bag. There willalso be food for purchase and a rafe towin cash prizes. For more information,contact Jackie Timmons at 419-898-2045.
The Humane Society of Ottawa County will be holding an Adopt-A-Thon thisSunday, Oct. 6 from 1-5 p.m. at the newly remodeled Shelter on Sand Rd, at the cor-ner of Christy Chapel Rd. It will be a fami-ly fun day, dog wash, and free hot dogs andsoft drinks will be served. Dog Wash pricesare $8 for one dog, $15 for two dogs, $20for three dogs and nail trims for just $5.
The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Com-merce will hold their monthly Business Af-ter Hours at Catawba Brewing Company from 5-7 this evening (Thursday, Oct. 3).They are also observing “We Love OurCustomers Day” on Friday, Oct. 11 forCommon Grounds at the Sutton Center.The Chamber will hold a ribbon cuttingat 10 a.m. and Common Grounds, now run by RVI, will offer coffee tastings andfree samples of their menu items. They areopen 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Fri-day at 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekends.
The Port Clinton Athletic Boosters haveset the date for their Annual Reverse Rafe.It will be Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Port Clin-ton Elks Lodge. This is their ONLY fund-raiser of the year. The Grand Prize will be$7,500. Tickets are $100 each which includesone Prime Rib/Chicken buffet dinner. Addi-tional dinner tickets may be purchased for$20 each. They may be purchased from any Booster Club ofcer or by contacting RichKokinda (419-734-5231) or John Gluth, Jr.(419-732-8826). If you would like to donatean item for the live or silent auctions, con-tact Missy Cross (419-341-3656).
There will be a special dinner and si-lent auction to benet the Donna Foll-man Scholarship Fund on Sunday, Oct.13 at the Port Clinton Elks Lodge. Doorsopen at 4 p.m. with dinner served at 6p.m. Tickets are $22.50 per person or $45a couple. All proceeds benet the DonnaFollman Scholarship which assists familiesin the cost for the ARC of Ottawa County summer enrichment program. For ticketsor information, contact Leslie Follman-Pollard at 419-307-3091 or Bob Follmanat 419-307-0464. They will have entertain-ment provided by the Naked Bacon Band,along with a number of local vendors.
Tickets are now available for the St. Jo-seph/Marblehead Knights of ColumbusClam Bake and Chicken Dinner to be heldon Saturday, Oct. 26, from 5-7:30 p.m. atthe St. Joseph’s Church Hall on Barclay St.in Marblehead. This year’s Clam Bake willbenet the Danbury Food Pantry. Ticketsare $9.95 for a chicken dinner only and$19.95 for the Clam Bake which includes adozen clams, a half-chicken dinner, sweetpotato, corn on the cob and beverage. Ex-tra clams will be available for $10 a dozen.Pre-sale tickets can be purchased by callingBob Wisniewski at 419-734-5018 or RichKulaga at 419-732-7014.
Elvis is in the house! At least he will benext Tuesday, Oct. 8, at Otterbein NorthShore Retirement Center starting at 3:30p.m. Don’t forget your Elvis Concert Scarf!They will have hors d’oeuvres and colddrinks as well. They ask for an RSVP by Friday. Call 419-798-8203.
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Browns and Bills and Bicentennial on TV tonight
Week ve of high school football
Oak Harbor defeats Edison
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The Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival, a cher-ished fall tradition, will be held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Satur-day, Oct. 12, in Lakeside Chautauqua and throughout theMarblehead Peninsula. This free, peninsula-wide eventwill include a variety of activities for the entire family. TheLakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival is sponsored by the Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Lake-side Chautauqua and Lake Erie Shores & Islands.Lakeside Chautauqua would like to invite volunteersto assist at the Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festivalfrom 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. Volunteers areneeded for set-up, children’s crafts, shuttle service, chil-dren’s inatable area, Lakeside booths at Wesley Lodgeand Walnut Avenue, Sailboat Ride booth and cleanup.Volunteers are not required to work the entire day, asshifts will be available. To volunteer, contact (419) 798-4461, ext. 248 or mahirsch@lakesideohio.com.
Lighthouse Festival is October 12
List of events:
Marblehead Lighthouse Tours, 11 a.m.-4p.m., Marblehead Lighthouse State Park. 110Lighthouse Dr., $2/person.Wolcott House (Keeper’s House) Tours, 11a.m.-3 p.m., Wolcott House. 9999 EastBayshore Road.Live entertainment, 12-3:15 p.m., HooverAuditorium Porch. 115 West Third St., Lake-side. From 12-1:30 p.m. Lance Horwedel willplay acoustic rock music. Lakeside favoriteChip Richter will perform from 1:45-3:15p.m.Pumpkin-Decorating Contest, Drop off 11a.m.-1 p.m., Hoover Auditorium Lobby. MostCreative Design Overall, Scariest Design, BestChild Design (age 11 & under), Best YouthDesign (ages 12-17), Best Painted Designand Best Use of Props.Announcement of Pumpkin-Decorating Con-test, 3:15 p.m., Hoover Auditorium Porch.Following Chip Richter’s performance, thePumpkin-Decorating Contest winners will beannounced.Arts & Crafts Vendors in Lakeside, 9 a.m.-4p.m., at Wesley Lodge, Wo-Ho-Mis Lodge,South Auditorium & Adjacent Lawn (510Central Ave.) Organized by the MarbleheadPeninsula Chamber of Commerce, therewill be more than 80 arts & crafts vendorsdisplaying quality collectibles.Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., WalnutAvenue (between Second & Third Streets),Lakeside.Free Corn Hole, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Walnut Av-enue (between Third & Fourth Streets).Free Lakeside Golf Cart Shuttle Service, 9a.m.-4 p.m., Shuttle stops will be located atthe Welcome Center, Wo-Ho-Mis Lodge, ThirdStreet/Central Avenue, Orchestra Hall, HotelLakeside and Fifth Street/Walnut Avenue.Heritage Hall Museum open, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,238 Maple Ave., Lakeside.Sailboat Rides with B-About Sail Ministry (forages 10 & older), 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Departsfrom Pavilion/Lakeside Dock (Sign-up at 9a.m.). The rides are donation only.Free Historic Walking Tour, 10:30 a.m. Meetat Heritage Hall Museum (238 Maple Ave.),Lakeside.Children’s Crafts, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., WalnutAvenue (between Third & Fourth Streets),Lakeside. $4/child.Free Miniature Golf & Shufeboard, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Central Park, Lakeside.Enjoy a freegame of miniature golf or shufeboard inCentral Park.Hayrides, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Departs from HotelLakeside (115 Maple Ave.), Lakeside. $1/person.Family Movie: “Planes” (PG), 4 p.m. & 8p.m., Orchestra Hall (122 Second St.), Lake-side.$6/adult, $3/child-age 12 & under.Food by Lakeside United Methodist Men, 11a.m.-3 p.m., Walnut Avenue (between Sec-ond & Third Streets), Lakeside. Brats, pulledpork, chips, soft drinks and cookies. Proceedsbenet the Lakeside United MethodistChurch mission projects.Food by Marblehead Peninsula Chamber ofCommerce, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Wesley Lodge(510 Central Ave.), Lakeside. Hot dogs,chili dogs, Sloppy Joes, pulled pork, lobsterbisque, soft drinks and desserts. Proceedsbenet the Lakeside-Marblehead LighthouseFestival.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
The Beacon
SM TM 1992
Published bySchaffner Publications, Inc.
205 S.E. Catawba Road, Suite GPort Clinton, OH 43452419-732-2154
FAX 419-734-5382
The Beacon is published every Thursday and iscirculated free to the public, via US Postal Service underPermit #80, as well as by independent carriers. TheBeacon serves, and is mailed to the communities of PortClinton, Lakeside/Marblehead, and Oak Harbor, as well asCatawba, Danbury, Portage, Erie, Bay, Benton, Carrolland Salem Townships in Ottawa County.The Beacon is owned and operated by SchaffnerPublications, Inc., John Schaffner, president. No part ofthis publication may be reproduced or transmitted in anyform without the expressed, written consent of thePublisher.The views expressed by the contributors are notnecessarily those of the management of The Beacon. TheBeacon and its heading and logo are protected throughtrademark, servicemark and copyright registration.Real estate and classied ads close Monday by noonand retail ads close Monday by 4 p.m.
Jasmine Cupp
Graphic Design
editor@thebeacon.netSales Manager
Circulation Manager
bdinse@ncbj.netAccount Executives
Jamie Buck
 jamie@thebeacon.netCorporate Secretary
Billing/Customer Service
Community Calendar
615 Fulton Street Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 419-734-3131 magruderhospital.com
Each month Magruder Hospital will publish a list ofscreenings, programs and special events, which the publicis welcome to attend. Please note that certain eventsrequire appointments or physician referrals in order toattend. Thank you for your support of Magruder Hospital.
Wellness Programs
Tuesdays 6:30pm ConferenceCenter $10/week or $8/week if paidmonthly 419-635-2337
 Aquatic Exercise Programat Lake Erie Sportsmedicine
 $30/month - 3 times per week for 4weeks Release from Dr. required419-734-3131 ext. 3475
Strength Training
Conference CenterTuesdays & Thursdays StartingSeptember 10 5:30pm $4 per class419-732-4061 for more information
Conference Center Mondays& Wednesdays starting November 4that 5:30pm $4 per class For moreinformation call 419-732-4061
Education &Outreach
Monthly Luncheon
 Monday, October 21st NoonConference Center Ohio Departmentof Insurance “Medicare Update” $6for lunch RSVP by noon Fri. Oct. 18th419-732-4061
Medical Information Notebook 
Program Oct 31st and Nov 1st from11am to 1:30pm Cost is $10 andcovers lunch both days RSVP to 419-732-4061
 AARP Driver Safety
Friday, November 15th MagruderConference Center 9:00am to1:00pm. Cost is $12 for AARPmembers and $14 for non-membersPlease RSVP to 419-732-4061 
Diabetes Education
 instructional classes presented by ourDietitian and a Registered Nurse fordiabetic individuals and their families.Physician referral needed. Call fortimes and dates. 419-734-3131 ext.3544 
Support Groups
Multiple Sclerosis Support Group
 1st Tuesday each month 6:30pm-8pm Conference Center For moreinformation 419-607-6021
The Connection: A Care Group forSpecial Needs
1st Thursday eachmonth at 6:30pm Conference CenterFor more information 419-898-0400
National Alliance on Mental Illness Anxiety & Depression SupportGroupsFamily Support Group
1st Tuesday6-8pm
Peer to Peer Support Group
3rdWednesday 6-7:30pm For moreinformation 419-732-6264
Chronic Pain Support Group
 2nd Thursday each month 6pmConference Center 419-271-3915 formore information
 Alzheimer’s Support Group
 2nd Monday each month 9amConference Center 419-734-3131ext. 3363 for more information
Grief Support Group Sponsored
 by Stein Hospice & Crosser FuneralHomes Magruder Conference Center3rd Thursday each month 5:30pm419-732-3141 for more information
Cancer Support Group
 4th Wednesday each month 12:30pmConference Center complimentarylight lunch provided 419-301-4317
Health Screenings
Health Screening: Cholesterol
(Total/LDL/HDL/Triglycerides) BloodPressure and Glucose Screening $162nd Thursday each month in theMagruder Lab 419-734-3131 Ext.3420 for appointments
 Auxiliary Events
Book Fair
Friday, October 25th 8am to 4pm inthe Main Lobby
Flu Shots
 Adult Public Clinics – $25 –
Noappointment required –
We can bill standard Medicare/bring red, white & blue card 
Wednesday, October 2nd 9-11amMain LobbyFriday, October 4th 11am-1pmMain LobbyMonday, October 7th 11am-1pmMain LobbyWednesday, October 9th 11am-1pmMain LobbyFriday, October 11th 11am-1pmMain LobbySaturday, October 12th Noon-4pm Apple FestivalSunday, October 13th Noon-4pm Apple FestivalTuesday, October 15th 11am-1pmMain LobbyWednesday, October 23rd 11am-1pmMain LobbyFriday, November 1st 11am-1pmMain LobbyFriday, November 8th 11am-1pmMain LobbyWednesday, November 13th 11am-1pmMain LobbyFriday, November 22nd 11am-1pmMain Lobby
October 2013
Home Furnishings & Accessories
O 10m-6pm Cl o Wnedays 
John G. Drummer
July 21, 1940-Sept. 26, 2013
John G. Drummer, 73, of Port Clinton, passed away unexpectedly, Thursday, Sept. 26, at H. B. MagruderHospital, Port Clinton. He was born on July 21, 1940,in Dayton, the son of Civilla Elizabeth (Schmit) &Charles Gordon Drummer.Visitation was Tuesday, Oct. 1, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton,where a Fireman’s Memorial Service was conducted.Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday,Oct. 2, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church,Port Clinton. Online condolences may be shared withthe family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.
Roger Elmer Eberly
Sept. 6, 1942-Sept. 16, 2013
Roger Elmer Eberly, 71, of Hudson, FL, died Sept. 16,after a battle with cancer. He was born on Sept. 6, 1942,in Port Clinton, the son of Elmer R.W. Eberly and Nel-lie O’Dell (Yankee) Cook.Roger was a 1961 graduate of Port Clinton HighSchool and was #77 on the football team. He spentmost of his career working as an electrician for Den-nison University. He joined the U.S. Army in 1961 andserved until he was honorably discharged in 1965. Rog-er was also a member of the National Guard Red HorseUnit for 22 years.Roger is survived by his wife Lydia (Little) Eberly andchildren: son Bryon R. Eberly and daughter KristinaEberly, both of Newark; and daughter Michelle Lon-don (Patrick) Bolinger of Castalia; and six grandchil-dren, two great-grandchildren, two nephews and sisterTanya D. (Teddy A.) Kozlok of Port Clinton.He was preceeded in death by both his parents, onesister, Judy E. Cover, and two nephews. Cremation wasin Hudson, FL.
James Walton, 54, driver,and Rachel Hunt, 45, envi-ronmental assistant, bothof Genoa.Michael Lowe, 30, engi-neer, and Sarah Opfer, 30,biologist, both of Oak Har-bor.Derrick Mares, 25, equip-ment operator, and Britta-ny Fraley, 24, both of PortClinton.
Molnar 50th Anniversary
Richard & Diane (Gill) Molnar were married Sept.28, 1963, at St. John Lutheran Church, Port Clinton,by the Late Rev. Harry S. Holzapfel.Richard retired from Kroger’s in Port Clinton after50 years of service. He also served on the Port Clin-ton Fire Dept & EMS for many years. Diane workedat Andy’s Party Mart for more than 20 years.They have three children, Doug of Catawba Island,Dawn (Kevin) Mulligan of Fremont, and Dickie(Janae) of Port Clinton. They also have one Grand-daughter, Courtney.The children have planned a family dinner in hon-or of their parents Golden Anniversary.
Cheerios in the Pew
Friday morning my wife and I were sitting on the couchhaving a cup of coffee together before the kids woke up forschool. Just as we had settled into our seats Rachel checkedher phone for any messages. That’s when we found outthat John Drummer had passed away. Our hearts bothsank into the couch in disbelief.On any given Sunday you could nd the Drummer fam-ily sitting in the pew awaiting the beginning of 10:30 a.m.mass at Immaculate Conception Church in Port Clinton.Rachel and I usually arrived a little after 10, with kids intow, and were always greeted by the warm smiles and kindwords of John and his family. John, a mountain of a man,towered over our three little ones. If it were anyone else,little Bert, Oliver, & Lorelei would have been scared todeath of someone with shoulders broad enough to makean NFL linebacker look small and wiry, but John alwayshad a way with the kids that made them laugh and putthem at ease.As we would enter the pew he would hold outhis palm and ask the kids “Did you bring me any Cheer-ios?” referring to the treats Rachel and I brought to helpkeep the kids quiet in church. Every time, my kids wouldlaugh and smile as they playfully denied him their pre-cious Cheerios.Personally, I didn’t know John outside of the Church. Infact, my only interaction with him, in all the years I knew him, was from sitting one row behind him at mass. Yet,when I heard the news of his passing I was deeply affect-ed and couldn’t help but shed a tear. How did someone Ihardly knew have such a profound impact on my life? Canonly a few words of kindness once a week make that muchof an impression? Absolutely!As I pondered John’s death I began to think how, all toooften, we nd ourselves going about our daily routine andpay little or no attention to those around us. Many timeswe encounter people on a regular basis and show little orno interest in them at all. We aren’t necessarily mean tothem but we may treat them with indifference. The ca-shier at the store, the clerk at the bank, or even the guy youwalk past on the way into the ofce in the morning, how much of a difference could we make in their lives, and ourown, by sharing a warm smile and a welcoming hello? Alot, I suspect. Just as much, if not more, as John Drummermade in my life just by joking with my kids about sharingtheir Cheerios in the pew. God bless you John!
 Bert Fall 
Downtown Port Clinton
My wife and I have been part time residents since 1987.Starting out in Blue Teal, next to Breezy Acres and for thelast 20 years on Catawba Island. After listening and read-ing all your articles in the Beacon regarding WaterworksParks future I realize residents of Port Clinton want thingsto stay the way they have been and make no changes.Example: downtown badly needs sprucing up withpaint. Fix the sidewalks and even though the storefrontsare empty, decorate them to at least look friendly. Thetown needs a hook, something to draw people to PC. Thetall ships brought the town alive, as with the Walleye Fes-tival. The Islands do get the bulk of the business but withan attraction such as a waterpark/Hotel or maybe even apermanent ship of some type maybe visitors would stay a little longer. Put some entertainment on the streets forthe children. Maybe traveling magicians, clowns, musi-cians walking around. If none of these ideas y we haveloved PC as our second home and continue to partake inall summer events even if everything stays the same.
Thanks for listening.R. Carleton,Catawba Island 
Waterworks Park
My wife and I own a unit at Waterfronts II condomini-um and I spent all my youth summers on Ascher Beach.As an attorney I have assisted developers of residentialcondominiums, including the “expandable” type, wherethe builder retains the option to discontinue completingthe project at any time if actual sales of initial units donot justify or support constructing all the additional unitsthat had been projected.From news accounts it appears the potential park de-velopment includes residential condominiums, with con-struction of all projected buildings admittedly dependenton sufcient sales —meaning of course there is no guar-antee it will all ever be built.One news story said the developer, when asked how thecity can be sure he will build it all, answered “we will bebonded.” That no doubt refers to a payment/performancebond for any individual structure being built at any pointin time, not that all the proposed buildings are guaranteedby a bonding company to ever be built. If there is no bank or group of developers who have in place and available allthe money needed to do the entire project, please don’t doanything, unless you are willing to say out loud we needthe cash so badly we don’t have to be sure what will everhappen with the land and we will risk the project failingfor lack of buyers.Port Clinton could end up in the worst of all worlds: nocompleted project, only just a part project; and no pub-lic park-it is gone forever. If that happens, it will not beproper for the city to then say, “We had to do something.”Nothing in life is for sure, but a project being completedonly if sales support it is about as far from for sure as youcan get. Make them “show you the money”—all of it, if what ultimately will happen with the land is a critical partof your decision to sell the park. If the driving force is re-ally just to convert the park to money, then please say so.
Very truly yours,Ronald J. Mayle 
A special thanks
We must thank this person for watering our sidewalk owers and cleaning our downtown curbs. So, if youshould see her please say THANK YOU!!!
 Judith McKinney 
MarriageLicensesSound Off Anniversaries
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Site Coordinators
Kara DietrichKristen Gerwin Jodi Smothers
Steering Committee
 Jennifer BuchAnn ChioChris Galvin Jeanne GayAnn HeckerdDebbie Loiacono Jack NitzLinda PattersonSandy SchillHeather StoufferAn anonymous member
Food Donors
1812 - Rosie’s bar & grillBruno’s PizzeriaBurger KingCatawba Island ClubCheese HavenCommunity Markets - PortClintonFamily DollarFrisch’s Big Boy NW OhioPapa Jimmie’s BBQ & PizzaPhil’s InnSubway - SE Catawba RoadWalmartWendy’s Old FashionedHamburgers
Program Partners
Bay MeadowsApartmentsFirelands PresbyterianChurchIda Rupp Public LibraryLakeview EstatesOSU ExtensionOttawa - Sandusky-Seneca Solid WasteManagement DistrictOttawa Soil and WaterConservation DistrictPort Clinton City SchoolsRVI, Inc.
Lunch PackerVolunteers
Firelands PresbyterianChurch CongregationFirst Energy EngineeringInternsOttawa County CASAPort Clinton Lions ClubPort Clinton PowerSquadronPort Clinton Rotary ClubPort Clitnon AreaBusiness & ProfessionalWomenUnited Way CommunitySolutions TeamMembers
United Way in Ottawa County says
To all who helped make our 
Summer Lunch Program
such a rousing success in 2013
Cash Contributors
Anonymous, Faith United Methodist Church, Gypsum Community Church,Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, St. John’s Lutheran Church - Port Clinton
This weekend the perfectearly fall weather embracedthe Harvest Fest in PortClinton. The Kid Zone onone end of the MadisonStreet festival was lively during the daytime hoursand the entertainment tenton the other end came tolife in the afternoon andevening.Photos by Jasmine Cupp.More photos at www.the-beacon.net
Harvest Fest in Port Clinton
Friday, October 11th, 2013Doors Open at 5pm
Door Prizes • Side RafesTicket Price Includesfull course Steak Dinner
Tickets - $100/person
Tickets Available in Lodge Room
For More information call 419-734-1900
Elk’s Gun Raffle
24 Guns to be raffled
• Bennelli • Remington• Smith & Wesson • Rugerand Many More!

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