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The Beacon - June 21, 2012

The Beacon - June 21, 2012

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Hundreds gathered last week to celebrate the grand opening of the new Sandusky Bay Sta- tion of Customs and Border Patrol. The 61,000-square-foot facility, on Ohio 53 North in Portage Township, cost $19 million and according to CBP reps is the most diverse facility ever built.
Hundreds gathered last week to celebrate the grand opening of the new Sandusky Bay Sta- tion of Customs and Border Patrol. The 61,000-square-foot facility, on Ohio 53 North in Portage Township, cost $19 million and according to CBP reps is the most diverse facility ever built.

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Hundreds gathered last weekto celebrate the grand openingof the new Sandusky Bay Sta-tion of Customs and BorderPatrol. The 61,000-square-footfacility, on Ohio 53 North inPortage Township, cost $19million and according to CBPreps is the most diverse facility ever built.For the rst time ever, UnitedStates Border Patrol, Ofce of Air and Marine and the Of-ce of Field Operations will behoused together.“They said good things cometo those who wait and this fa-cility surely epitomizes thatsentiment,” said John Beutlich,Director of Operations for theNorthern Border Region, dur-ing last week’s ribbon cuttingceremony.“I have no doubt this facility will be the template for othersto emulate.Bringing together all threeenforcement arms of CBPunder one roof is expected tobolster partnership and col-laboration. Once at full staff,the station will house 90-100employees and is responsiblefor patrolling a ve-county area and more than 100 milesof border.“It’s a very complex region,”said U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur,who talked about the impor-tance of protecting Lake Erie,our area’s biggest resource.The building was grantedLEED Silver certication forits sustainable design. Low-ow plumbing, a reectiveroof, site orientation and ef-cient heating, air condition-ing and lighting systems wereamong strategies employed tominimize the impact on thesurrounding area.The 14-acre site houses of-ces, an indoor parking garagefor watercraft and vehicles,holding cells and a conferencespace that will be opened up tolocal law enforcement agenciesto further the theme of collab-oration and partnership.According to Steven Artino,Assistant Director of Field Op-erations for the Chicago FieldOfce, the unique facility rep-resents the future of the CBP.“Three components, onebuilding; three components,one CBP, three components,one mission,” he said.My personal thanks to all whovolunteered and played in Mon-day’s 23rd annual Chick SchaffnerMemorial Charity Golf Classic atCatawba Island. Unfortunately,the afternoon play got swallowedup by the “gully washer” thatcame through about 3 o’clock.That is the rst time for losingall of the afternoon of golf in23 years. Anyway, we madewell over $35,000 for SteinHospice and the American HeartAssociation, so I guess we’ll justhope for better weather next year.
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Believe it or not, Glen Campbell,along with his wife, son, daugh-ter, band and crew made a stopat Ritzki’s on Marblehead forMother’s Day, May 13. There were14 in all in his entourage on theirway to Washington, D.C., fromMichigan for a concert. Therewas a young man who works atDavis-Besse who was strumminghis guitar and Glen asked to seeit. The next thing you know, GlenCampbell was putting on animpromptu concert! Wow … thatmust have been something!
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Our Find Wylie winner thisweek is John Mathews of Ca-tawba who was among the 147contestants who found Wyliein the ad for Jack Bradley Realty on page 8B in last week’s Beacon.John wins our weekly $20 giftcard from Friendship Food Stores.We’ll be hiding Wylie again thisweek, if you nd him, drop off an entry form at our ofce in theBeacon Place Business Center orclick on the Find Wylie Icon atour website www.thebeacon.net.
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The mystery of the BIG MANon State Route 163 east towardMarblehead, near the intersectionof Rt. 269 has been solved. TheBig Man came from a restaurantchain from the late 1960s calledJacque’s based in Marion. StevePhelps brought in copies of alarge number of ads from Jacque’sthat appeared in the Marion Starin 1969. I remember recording acommercial for East Harbor Golf Course, and it seems to me, theBIG MAN was there in 1969. AsI recall, it was a terrible commer-cial!
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Our area is truly blessed to havesome phenomenal talent in themusic idiom of Bluegrass. Therewill be a very special BluegrassJam this Saturday, June 23 at theErie-Ottawa Regional Airport
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“Yankee Lady” B-17 bomberis making its way back to PortClinton and locals are invitedto go for a ride. The plane, afour-engine heavy bomber air-craft developed in the 1930sfor the United States Air Force,is one of the last of its kind totake to the skies.The aircraft is owned by theYankee Air Museum in Bel-leville, Mich., and its team of pilots and crew will be bring-ing the aircraft to Carl KellerField on Wednesday, June 27,and again July 21-22 for thegrand opening of the Liberty Aviation Museum.For information on the planeor to book a ight, visit www. yankeeairmuseum.org. Forother upcoming events at theErie-Ottawa Regional Airport,visit www.portclintonairport.com or call Director Stan Geb-hardt at 419-734-6297.
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SCHOOLS ON SCHEDULE
Renovations and the additionat Bataan Memorial Elementary School and construction of thenew Port Clinton Middle Schoolare on budget and on schedule,according to Superintendent of Port Clinton City Schools PatAdkins.The new school and addi-tion to Bataan — which willhouse preschool through secondgrades — will be ready for therst day of school Sept. 5. Therenovation of Bataan — whichwill house third- through fth-graders — will be completed inOctober.For more on the schools, in-cluding a photo gallery of theconstruction, visit www.thebea-con.net. For school info, visitwww.pccsd.net.
Classrooms in the new Port Clinton Middle School come complete with removable walls allowing teach-ers to combine classes two classes. The walls also open up to a common area with comortable urniture,getting rid o the need or larger groups to go to the Perorming Arts Center or presentations. Anothereature employed in both Bataan and the middle school, shown here at the top right, are huge skylightswith daylight sensors that control the lights in the rooms. These, combined with curved ceilings and hugewindows, mean in many cases no articial lighting will be needed in the classrooms.
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The library/media center in BataanMemorial Elementary eatures awave design on the walls, seaweed-inspired carpeting and cloud ceilingdesign to keep with the underwa-ter theme in place throughout theschool. Port Clinton City Schools andIda Rupp Library have joined orcesor the center allowing students totake books out and return them toeither acility.Students will be able to look out rom the second foor into thecommons area and caeteria at the new middle school. The modernand open design was based on the idea o a student union andoers a very dierent eel than the more traditional elementary.
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The Materion Brush, Inc. Habi-tat for Humanity Golf Scramblewas held June 16 at The Oak Har-bor Golf Club.Thank you to all of the peoplewho volunteered and donateddoor prizes. There is a lot of workthat goes into planning an eventlike this, and there are many thatneed to be recognized for theirhelp and participation.I would like to take the oppor-tunity to say “THANK YOU” tothe following sponsors: MaterionBrush, Inc., Thrivent Financialfor Lutherans Ottawa County Chapter 30011, First Federal Sav-ings of Lorain, Magruder Hospi-tal, Buckeye Title Agency; Attor-ney Ernie Cottrell, NationwideInsurance Agency; Aaron Grob,Crosser Funeral Home, First Na-tional Bank andNational Bankof Ohio.Also a thank you to the follow-ing for their donations for doorprizes: The Oak Harbor Golf Club, Toledo Mud Hens, TheAnderson’s, Maumee Bay StatePark, Samsen Home Furnishings,Packer Creek Pottery, NewportDry Goods Co., AAA of PortClinton, Drown’s Dairy Plaza,WaldoPeppers, Cleats, CruisinTunes, Lakeside Association, RvI,Inc., and Country Lane BBQ of Perrysburg.All money raised from the eventbenets Habitat for Humanity of Ottawa County.
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Kathryn I. Lorensen, 80, of Port Clinton, passed away,Thursday, June 14, 2012 ather residence. She was bornon May 3, 1932, in Gypsum,to Louis and Agnes (Novose-lec) Kocsis. On Dec. 11, 1953in Port Clinton, she marriedRobert E. Lorensen, and hesurvives. Kathryn worked asa dedicated teacher for the Port Clintonschool system for over 30 years, retiring in1995. She was a member of St. John Lu-theran Church, and was a Sunday schoolteacher for 17 years. She also wrote a chil-dren’s book. Kathryn loved reading, herowers and crafting. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and friends.In addition to her loving husband of 59 years, Robert, Kathryn is survived by hersons: Bob (Kris) Lorensen of Port Clin-ton, Robin Lorensen of Port Clinton andRandi Lorensen of Oak Harbor; son-in-Law Keith Kretz of San Di-ego; three grandchildren:Marc, Jessica and Rachel, andsister: Carol Dixon. Kathrynwas preceded in death by herparents and daughter: PattiKretz.A memorial service willbe conducted by Rev. KarlKessler at 11 a.m. Saturday,June 23, in St. John Lutheran Church, PortClinton, the family has asked that it becasual attire. In lieu of owers, the family has asked that memorial contributions inmemory of Kathryn be made to Stein Hos-pice. Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home& Crematory, Port Clinton, is assisting thefamily with arrangements. Online condo-lences may be shared with the family atwww.walkerfuneralhomes.comfrom 6 to 11 p.m. There will be refresh-ments and a guaranteed good time. Covercharge is only $4 per person. They willplay rain or shine because the event willbe held in the hangar.
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Be sure to get to Rite Aid today. Thestore raised more than $4,000 for theChildren’s Miracle Network, doubling last year’s total. In honor of their beating theirgoal this year, Ian, one of their ne phar-macists, is going to spend the day wearinga kilt! Pharmacy tech Melissa Rose headedup the campaign and wanted to thank thecommunity for the great support.
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The Humane Society of Ottawa County will hold its Upscale Garage Sale thisweekend, Friday through Sunday, June22-24. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. eachday at Harbor Light Landing on Ohio 53/Southeast Catawba Road. All proceedsbenet the animals at the local shelter. Todonate or if you have questions, call 419-734-5191.
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Coach Paco Romero, Port Clinton HighSchool Soccer Coach, has announcedthere will be PCHS alumni soccer gamesthis Saturday, June 23. The boys’ gamestarts at 10 a.m. and the girls’ game startsat noon at Heigel Park on Catawba. Fansare also welcome.
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The Women’s Fellowship of the FirstUnited Church of Christ in Marbleheadwill hold its 31st annual Rummage Salefundraiser from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, at the churchlocated at 802 E. Prairie St. at the cornerof James and Prairie. There will be lots of baked goods and plenty of clothing itemsfrom infants to size 3X. They will alsofeature some furniture, holiday items andmuch more.
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The Republican Lunch Bunch has for-mally changed its name. It is now called“Elephant Talk” and will be held againthis Thursday, June 28, at the Port ClintonElk’s Lodge. The featured speaker will beState Auditor Dave Yost. Cost is $10 andall are welcome.
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One of the most familiar sights on thelinks at the Catawba Island Club Golf Course is Dick Thompson and his giantfurry friend Guinness riding together on agolf cart. Guinness is a big furry New-foundland dog who just celebrated hisfth birthday. Guinness is big … but he isa sweetheart!
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Erie Shores Assembly of God on GillRoad in Port Clinton will hold its Vaca-tion Bible School this week, June 25-29,starting each day at 10 a.m. and endingat 2 p.m. For information, call 419-734-3322.
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American Legion Post 113 in Port Clin-ton is hosting its annual garage sale thisSaturday, June 16. The hours of the saleare 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
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Vacation Bible School will be held atSt. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Graytownfrom June 24-28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.The school is open to kids from pre-school to sixth grade. They are calling itGospel Express and it will include games,crafts, snacks and songs. For informa-tion, call 419-287-4411 or e-mail tobabrandt74@gmail.com.
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The Catawba/Marblehead Parade of Homes is coming up and our big kickoff dinner will be held on Thursday, July 5, atCrow’s Nest in Danbury Township. Tick-ets are $20 each and include a huge buffetand wine tasting with all the proceedsgoing to the local unit of Salvation Army.Tickets are on sale at Crow’s Nest, MonAmi, Crabby Joes, Minuteman Press, TheBeacon and at the Salvation Army unit inthe Sutton Center.
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Old Friend and entrepreneur, Bill Yu-hasz, who owns Great Lakes Popcorn andKokomo Bay down on North Madison,has decided to “go for it” with big timeentertainment this summer at MangoMama’s, a great bar tucked in behind thetwo front stores. On Wednesday evenings,he is having comedians in for a bunch of laughs. On Thursday nights, Ronnie How-ard and Richie Saponari are bringing backthe popular Island Idol Karaoke competi-tion. Then he is bringing in live bands andvideo DJs for Friday and Saturday nights.Check it out!
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