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The Beacon - November 8, 2013

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I have had many conversations the last few weeks about how Port Clinton has stepped up for PC Middle School student Devin Kohlman. Mary Alice and I attend-ed the fundraiser at Lock, Dock and Barrel last Thursday night. What a turnout, and they raised nearly $20,000 for Devin’s fam-ily. When I was there, I walked up to PC Po-lice Chief Rob Hickman and thanked him for his leadership that got the community focused on a sick young man, rather than all the political in-fighting we have seen over the past few years. Somebody had to lead the way, and Rob, along with his wife Roseann, stepped up big time. I promised him I wouldn’t write anything…but I lied!
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The Bassett’s flier is not in The Beacon this week. Their fliers are available at the store. They do however have two pages of ads in this week’s paper, one on page 3A and another on page 7A. The Bassett’s fli-ers will be back next week. A special 16-page Holiday Coupon Book will be in-serted in The Beacon this week, offering hundreds of $$$ in savings.
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The Port Clinton Firefighters Association Inc. is hosting their annual Feather Party this Saturday starting at 6 p.m. at the Fire Station on State Street. A donation is $1, or  you can get 6 for $5. First place wins $250, second place wins $150, third place gets $100, and 4th place gets a smoke detector and fire extinguisher donated by S& D In-dustrial Supply.
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Our “Find Wylie” winner this week is Peggy Walko from Marblehead who was one of 201 people who found our friendly fish hiding in the ad for Ace Hardware on page 7A in last week’s Beacon. Peggy wins our weekly $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores. We’ll be hiding Wylie again this week. If you find him, drop off an en-try form at our office in the Beacon Place Business Center or click on the Find Wylie Icon at our website, www.thebeacon.net.
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State Representative Chris Redfern will host a Town Hall discussion at Ida Rupp Public Library in Port Clinton this Mon-day, November 11, at 9:45 a.m. Chris holds Town Hall meetings throughout Ottawa and Erie Counties. He will also provide a brief overview of actions in the legisla-ture for area residents to learn about and discuss. The event is free and open to the public.
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Magruder Hospital will be hosting a special Community Diabetes Event, “Cel-ebrating the Seasons” today from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in their Conference Center. Lau-ra Tyson, a certified personal trainer will talk about Physical Fitness & Diabetes. The cost is $8.50 and you can RSVP today at the Fulton Street Café.
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Get your tickets for the “Evening at the Races” event hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Port Clinton on Friday, Nov. 15, at Lock, Dock & Barrel on Buckeye Blvd. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets can be pur-chase from any Kiwanian or at The Bea-con office, next to Goodwill in the Beacon Place Business Center on State Route 53 North. Tickets are $25 per person which includes appetizers, betting opportunities and a guaranteed good time!
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Veterans Day is Monday. Many of our local Veterans groups will be doing some-thing to observe this special day. The Port Clinton American Legion is having their annual Veterans Stew on Monday start-ing at 12 Noon. They will serve until they run out. The Port Clinton VFW Post 2480 is holding a Food Drive/Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, Nov. 16. They are looking for teams of 4 people. Each team will be given a food drive scavenger hunt packet with a map of the city and a check list of items collected. They will be going door-to-door asking for donations of non-perishable food items. Every year, the VFW receives a list of the Port Clinton Area Veterans in need from the County Veterans office. That is who will receive these food items…a great way to help thank our Vets for their service in protecting the freedoms that we hold so dear. For further information, con-tact Teresa Sloan at 419-734-1360.
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The Ida Rupp Library will host Chris Verich, a Senior Outreach Specialist of the Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel this afternoon (Thursday, Nov. 7) at 1 p.m. He will speak about energy choices for lo-cal residents.
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This Sunday, Nov. 10, the Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring an “all you can eat” Pancake and Sausage Family Breakfast at St. Boniface Catholic Church beginning at 9 a.m. The Knights will be serving a menu including home-made rolls, homemade applesauce, coffee, hot chocolate and juice. Donation is $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and $3 for kids under 12.
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The Humane Society of Ottawa County’s Poinsettia Sale runs through Nov. 24. They come in 3 different sizes and 4 different colors...white, red, pink and marble. Or-ders will be ready for pickup on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the shelter during Santa Photos. Order forms will be available at the Shelter. All poinsettias are purchased from Bench’s Greenhouse in Elmore. The Humane So-ciety is also conducting a telephone cam-paign between the hours of 4 and 9 p.m.
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The Port Clinton Athletic Boosters An-nual Reverse Raffle will be Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Port Clinton Elks Lodge. This is their ONLY fundraiser of the year. The Grand Prize will be $7,500. Tickets are $100 each which includes one Prime Rib/Chicken buffet dinner. Additional dinner tickets may be purchased for $20 each.
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Ottawa County Issue Results:
BCS School District, renewal, 1.2 mills for general ongoing permanent improvements
YES
 
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BCS School District, renewal, 3.9 mills for current operating expenses
YES NO
Danbury Twp, additional, 1.5 mills for fire protection
YES NO
EHOVE Vocational School District, replacement, .5 mill for current expenses
YES NO
Village of Elmore, renewal, 3 mills for maintenance and repair of streets/alleys
YES NO
Village of Elmore, renewal, 3 mills for solid waste collection
YES NO
Harris Twp, additional, 4.5 mills for emergency medical services
YES NO
Harris Twp 4, new, local liquor option- Schedel Gardens D-6 liquor permit
YES NO
Port Clinton School District, renewal, 2.3 mills for current expenses
YES NO
City of Port Clinton, new, natural gas aggregation with opt out
YES NO
Portage Twp 2, new, local liquor operation- Ciao Bella D-6 liquor permit
YES NO
Put-In-Bay Twp, renewal, 1.2 mills for fire protection
YES NO
Woodmore School District, renewal, 5.75 mills, emergency requirements
YES NO
Democrats sweep PC Council races
Bay Twp Trustee
Benny Peterson – 33.07% Denton Glovinsky – 21.30% Jerry Blatt – 19.55% Mark Howerth – 14.63% Mel McCord Jr. – 11.45%
Benton Twp Trustee
Wesley Gahler – 35.47% James Buhro – 24.36% Kenneth Leist – 23.47% Edward Dusseau – 16.71%
Carroll Twp Trustee
Rodney Biggert Sr. – 24.84% Kenneth Gyde – 20.15%
Richard James Keiser – 18.46%
Joseph Verb – 15.18% Phillip James Deluca – 13.03% Allan Weirich – 8.34%
Clay Twp Trustee
Mitchell Hoyles – 31.73% Matthew Widmer – 23.89% Donald Hoeft – 23.22% Gaylord Sheldon – 21.15%
Danbury Twp Trustee
Charles Scott – 30.74% David Hirt – 23.35% John Paul Dress – 22.98% John Englebeck – 22.92%
Harris Twp Trustee
Beverly Haar – 28.22% Carol Baker – 27.15% Steve Holland – 22.47% Dan Laity – 22.16%
Port Clinton Auditor
Cole Hatfield – 58.21% Bert Fall – 41.79%
Port Clinton City Council, Ward 1A
Ron Aukerman – 66.67% Kassie Anderson – 33.33%
Port Clinton City Council, Ward 2A
Jerry Tarolli – 50.28% Mark Coppeler – 49.72%
Port Clinton City Council, Ward 3A
Margaret Phillips – 62.66% Trish McCartney – 37.34%
Put-In-Bay School Board
Michael Byrnes – 28.33% Joy Cooper – 28.33% Dennis Uszak – 21.86% Karen Goaziou – 21.48%
Put-In-Bay Twp Trustee
Matthew Miller – 29.61%William Dale Burris – 26.97% Scott Pugh – 24.56% Christopher Cooper – 18.86%
Woodmore Local School District
Grant Cumming – 36.69% Joseph Liszak – 33.19% Sean Rizor – 30.12%
Office Holder Results:
Top Right: (L to R) Gabe Below (running in Ward 4), Margaret Phillips (running in Ward 3), Cole Hatfield (running for auditor), Mayor Vince Leone, Ron Aukerman (running in Ward 1) and Linda Hartlaub, president of council.Bottom Right: (L to R) Mark Coppeler (running in Ward 2), Kassie Anderson (running in Ward 1), Trish McCartney (running in Ward 3), Bert Fall (running for City Auditor)
 
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The Beacon is published every Thursday and is circulated free to the public, via US Postal Service under Permit #80, as well as by independent carriers. The Beacon serves, and is mailed to the communities of Port Clinton, Lakeside/Marblehead, and Oak Harbor, as well as Catawba, Danbury, Portage, Erie, Bay, Benton, Carroll and Salem Townships in Ottawa County.The Beacon is owned and operated by Schaffner Publications, Inc., John Schaffner, president. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the expressed, written consent of the Publisher.The views expressed by the contributors are not necessarily those of the management of The Beacon. The Beacon and its heading and logo are protected through trademark, servicemark and copyright registration.Real estate and classified ads close Monday by noon and retail ads close Monday by 4 p.m.
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There will be an informational meeting for the Men’s Rec. Basketball in Port Clinton next Thursday, Nov. 14, at 6 p.m. at Port Clinton City Hall. There will be a discus-sion on league fees, starting date, game times and other questions will be answered at this time. If you have any questions concerning this meeting, call the PC Rec. Dept. at 419-734-5522, Extension 6, or Lee Horne at 419-573-9432.
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Friday, Nov. 8, bring your I-Pad and lots of questions for a special I-Pad Workshop hosted by Otterbein North Shore Retirement center starting at 10 a.m. No RSVP necessary…just show up. Otterbein will also be holding a special Veterans Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. this Monday, Nov. 11. All veterans and the general public are invited.
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The Port Clinton High School Hall Walking Program starts this Tuesday, Nov. 12. Community members inter-ested in walking the high school should arrive between 8:15 and 8:30 every Tuesday and Thursday morning when school is in session. Doors of the PCHS Performing Arts Center open at 8:15 a.m. Walking ends at 9:30 a.m. Park-ing is available adjacent to the Performing Arts Center off Tenth Street. For the first session, physical therapists from Edgewood Manor will be present to offer stretching tips to participants. For more information, contact Jan Gluth at 419-732-2102, ext. 8.
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The members of the Terra Choral Society will be hold-ing a “Stage Door Canteen Dinner/Dance fundraiser at the Bierkeller Pub, 600 Southwest Street in Bellevue on Saturday, Nov. 9. They will feature the big band sounds of the Terra State Jazz Band, and a chicken or meat loaf din-ner. Proceeds will be used for the Terra Choral Society’s travel to the 2014 National Memorial Day Choral Festival in Washington D.C. Tickets are $25 per person.
Juanita Guerra
June 26, 1926-Oct. 31, 2013
Juanita R. Guerra, 87, of Port Clinton, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Oct. 31, at River-view Healthcare Campus in Oak Harbor. She was born on June 26, 1926. Visitation was held on Sunday, Nov. 3 at the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, 1124 Fulton Street, Port Clinton. On Monday, November 4, prayers were held at the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catho-lic Church, 414 Madison Street, Port Clinton. Burial followed in LaCarpe Cemetery. Online condolences may be expressed at www.neideckerleveckcrosser.com
William H. Jones (Bill)
Sept. 8, 1921-Oct. 29, 2013
William H. Jones (Bill) passed away peace-fully on Oct. 29, in Cincinnati. Bill was born in Ironton, OH, on Sept. 8, 1921. A gathering of family & friends was held Saturday, Nov. 2, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, 216 Washington St, Port Clinton, followed by the funeral ser-vice. Interment was in Catawba Island Cem-etery, Port Clinton, with a military graveside service conducted by the V.F.W. Homer D. Gardner Post #2480. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfu-neralhomes.com.
A girl was born on Nov. 1 at Firelands Regional Medical Center to Racheal Boss and Randall Miller III of Port Clinton.Tyler McCann, 36, charter captain, and Glenda Cutcher, 36, sales rep, both of Port Clinton.Donald Wendel, 71, retired, and Amy Kirby, 46, bank teller, both of Port Clinton.
Thank you, Jonathon Pope Tournament
The Port Clinton Wrestling Club on be-half of the Pope Family wish to thank the many volunteers who assisted with the Jon-athan Pope Memorial Scholarship Biddy Wrestling Tournament this past weekend and to all the wrestlers who participated. All net proceeds from the tournament will be placed in the Jonathan Pope Scholar-ship Fund. We also wish to thank the many sponsors who helped defray the cost of the tournament allowing more of the money raised to go into the scholarship fun. They are Susan Pope-Bitter, Plaskolie Inc., The K Company, Bolte Real Estate and Bolte Insurance, The Catawba Moorings, The Jet Express, Jeff Jordan State Champ Camp, Kroger Co., Wal-Mart and The Beacon.
Thank You to everyone.The Port Clinton Wrestling Club Inc.
Thank you HallowRead
The Ida Rupp Public Library would like to thank the following businesses for their generous donations of candy and money that allowed for a successful and fun Hal-lowRead program this year: Frisch’s; Gil-bert Heating and Air Conditioning; Dr. Felbinger of Lake Erie Family Eye Care; Walmart; United Way; Cleaner and Dryer; Brady Electric; Bergman’s Orchards (Rt. 53); Port Clinton Hardware; McCarthy’s; and Masonry Construction. Children and caregivers participated in the Spooky Goofy Halloween Magic Show with Rod-ger Dodger and Katie Bee. Halloween safety was presented in a fun and magical way that allowed for much laughter and excitement. Over 150 people attended the program. Each child left with a full bag of goodies that were made possible by the do-nations by the above businesses and many of our generous patrons.
Thank you to all for helping us with our annual HallowRead program.
Save our Park
Whenever I drive down Perry Street I can not help but feel a little envious of the peo-ple that lives between Jefferson and Maple. They can look out their window and see a sight more beautiful than any artist could ever paint.I only hope they do not take what they have for granted, if they do, someday they could look out their window and see noth-ing but condos. Some developments are like wildfires, they must be stopped before they get start-ed, or they will get completely out of con-trol. That is why we must stop the devel-opment of the Citizens Waterworks Park now, before it ever gets started.I truly believe that once the first condo is built there will be no stopping them until every foot the waterfront is covered with condos. Some of you may believe they will only build a few condos. I do not. Some of  you may believe they will build the small stores they tell about. I do not. And some of you may even believe they will build downtown Port Clinton into a beautiful tourist attraction. I do not. What I do believe is, if we allow them to develop the Citizens Waterworks Par, we will be opening the door for them to go after the lakefront property on Perry Street between Fulton and Maple. Many of our educated, intelligent people has said, because of this, and because of that, it would be impossible for anyone to build on the Perry Street property, but isn’t that what they once said about the Citizens Waterworks Park?In today’s world of greed and corruption, nothing is impossible. What should be done with the Citizens Park should be decided by the citizens, not our administration. Let us vote on it. C.O.R. D. members, be heard.
 Bob Walls Sr.
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