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The Ottawa County Historical Society is pre-
senting a two day commemoration of the frst
battle on Ohio soil of the War of 1812. It will be
observed on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22 and
23, at the Wolcott Keeper’s House, 9999 E. Bay-
shore Road, Lakeside-Marblehead. The Keeper’s
House is the 1820’s stone home of the frst keeper
of the Marblehead Light, Benajah Wolcott, on
and around whose property this ‘Skirmish on the
Peninsula,’ as it came to be called, took place. The
activities will start with reveille at 7:30 a.m. on
Saturday and 8:30 a.m. on Sunday and events will
continue throughout both days. The Keeper’s
House is 2 1/2 miles southwest of the Marblehead
Lighthouse on Bayshore Road.
Several dozen War of 1812 re-enactors will set
up camp on the Keeper’s House grounds Friday
afternoon, Sept. 21, and de-camp Sunday af-
ternoon, Sept. 23. They will demonstrate drills,
camp craft, and everyday history of the era. An
off-site location, 0.7 miles west of the Keeper’s
House at 9336 E. Bayshore Road, has been re-
served to hold three skirmish reenactments, at 10
a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, and at 1 p.m. on Sun-
day. Shuttle service, bleacher seating, portable
toilets, and traffc control will be provided for the
safety and comfort of participants and specta-
tors. Visitors will be encouraged to interact with
the re-enactors, to learn about both military and
daily camp life of the time.
A distinguished group of speakers will present
on the history of the event, the daily lives of the
early Ohioans, and the lives and gifts of the Na-
tive Americans whose territory was in play. Hu-
manities scholar Dr. Lorin Swinehart of Piqua,
an adjunct professor at Ashland University, is
a former ranger with the National Park service
and author of many books and articles on U.S.
and Native American topics. His talks at 9 a.m.
and noon on Saturday will feature stories of
the Skirmish based on a frst person account by
Joshua Giddings, who fought in the Skirmish as
a 16-year-old and recorded it in his journal. Gid-
dings later became a U.S. Representative and an
early abolitionist. Swinehart will explore native
American food, pharmaceuticals and medical
practices on Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Genot Picor, a member of the Wyandot/Huron
Nation, also known as Winter Elk, will partici-
pate, sharing authentic music, story telling and
the perspective of the Native Americans of that
era. He will present Meet Etienne Brule at 11:30
a.m. on Saturday, and Talk with Tecumseh at 11
a.m. on Sunday. Brule is an interactive presenta-
tion about the Voyageurs who came early to the
Great Lakes. Wolf Thomas, a prominent First
Nations representative and PBS commentator,
will present the Keynote Address at 4:30 p.m.on
Saturday.
Representatives of the National Park Service,
Perry International Peace Memorial, will also
participate with talks and uniform and frearm
demonstrations, and will interact with visitors.
Local and state offcials and U.S. representative
Marcy Kaptur have been invited to participate in
a memorial service, wreath laying, and rededica-
tion at the Giddings Monument, Battlefeld Park,
just west of the Keeper’s House, at 2:p.m. on Sat-
urday. An experienced re-enactor will portray
Joshua Giddings at the memorial. In 1857, when
Giddings served as a U.S. Representative, he came
back and dedicated the monument to his fallen
comrades.
A military church service will be held at 10 a.m.
Sunday, according to the traditions of the fron-
tier.
Portable handicap accessible toilets will be
provided for sanitation and the comfort of par-
ticipants and visitors. Shuttle service will be pro-
vided between venues. The Port Clinton Rotary
food wagon will offer food for purchase Saturday
and Sunday, starting with breakfast.
The Skirmish on the Peninsula
Bi-Centennial event Sept. 22-23
Local donors contribute to the Skirmish commemoration
Local organizations are partnering to support the Ottawa County Historical Society’s Skirmish
on the Peninsula event.
The Marblehead Bank, in partnership with the Marblehead Lions Club, will provide bleachers
for the Skirmish reenactments. The First National Bank of Bellevue, Catawba Branch, is joining
with the Port Clinton Rotary to provide fsh and brat dinners from the Rotary food wagon. Ot-
tawa County Commissioner Jim Sass is providing straw for bedding at each re-enactor’s campsite,
and Dan’s Tree Service is providing seasoned hardwood for the camp fres. The OCHS was also
recently awarded grants by the Ohio Humanities Council and Thrivent Financial in support of
the event, the largest the Ottawa County Historical Society has undertaken.
In an historic event on Sept. 9 the
Perry Group, in conjunction with
the US Navy and US Coast Guard,
installed a commemorative marker
buoy at the site of the Battle of Lake
Erie, off Put-In-Bay.
The US Coast Guard Cutter Mo-
bile Bay lead the installation of the
historic commemorative marker
buoy, located at GPS Coordinates
41-44-50.00 N and 083-02-00.00 W.
Mobile Bay departed Put-In-
Bay at 9:30 AM on Sunday with a
cadre of guests for the actual site
of the Battle of Lake Erie. Upon ar-
rival, commemorative wreaths were
placed in the water, followed by the
deployment of the Buoy.
The deployment was originally
scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 8, but
had to be rescheduled due to a gale
warning for Lake Erie. Other
events scheduled for Saturday
continued as planned, including a
christening of the buoy with guest
speakers from the British Royal
Navy, Canadian Consul General,
US Coast Guard and the Perry
Group, speeches at Perry’s Victory
and International Peace Memorial,
a reception and performance by the
Toledo Symphony Orchestra.
The Friends of Perry’s Victory
and International Peace Memorial,
also known as The Perry Group, is
a volunteer, 501c3 non-proft orga-
nization working with the National
Park Service and the local, national,
and international community to
commemorate the Battle of Lake
Erie and celebrate the long-lasting
peace between Britain, Canada and
the United States. For more infor-
mation, visit www.theperrygroup.
org or contact David Zavagno
at 216-533-3935 or drzavagno@
cs.com.
The bicentennial buoy
Seaman First Class Steven Rogers, USS Lake Erie, drops a fower into the
water at the site of the Battle of Lake Erie. Dave Zavagno, Chairman of
the Perry Group Bicentennial Committee, is on the right.
Bicentennial marker
buoy deployed
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A reminder that it’s still orange
barrel season. We have two proj-
ects on Ohio 163. The frst start-
ed Monday, Sept. 10 from Tower
Street to Alexander Pike near Bay
Point where lane restrictions are
likely but will be lifted for the
weekends. ODOT hopes to have
that project done sometime in
October. Also, starting this Mon-
day, Sept. 17, Ohio 163 will be
CLOSED for culvert repair from
S. Delores Drive to E. Sand Rd.
That project also will be complet-
ed sometime in October. Finally,
Ohio 358 between Ohio 163 and
Ohio 2 will be closed for railroad
repair.
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who was among 184
contestants who found
Wylie hiding in the ad
for Magruder Hospital on page
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wins our weekly $20 gift card
from Friendship Food Stores.
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week. If you fnd him, drop off
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Tri Motor Sales is holding an
unusual promotion, partnering
with the BCS Schools to offer
Ford’s Drive One 4 UR School.
They hope to raise up to $6,000
in funds to beneft the schools in
Oak Harbor. The event will take
place at Oak Harbor High School
this Saturday, Sept. 15 from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. For every valid
test drive completed, Ford Motor
Company will donate $20 to the
Oak Harbor High School, up to
$6,000.
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Harbor Side Boat Sales and Bass
Haven Marina is holding their
ffth Annual In-Water Boat Show
this Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day, Sept. 14-16. They will have a
great selection of pre-owned ves-
sels from personal watercraft to
motor yachts. Participating deal-
ers will include Coastal Marine,
Dubbert’s Outdrive, Treasure
Cove, Harbor Side Boat Sales and
Drew’s Custom Golf Carts. They
are doing this in conjunction
with the big Cedar Point In-Wa-
ter Boat Show and the promoters
are encouraging boat shoppers to
visit both events this weekend.
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The featured speaker at Mon-
day night’s Ottawa County Re-
publican Women’s Club event at
the Port Clinton Elks Lodge is
Congressman Jim Jordan from
Ohio’s 4th District. It all begins at
5:30 p.m. with a friendship hour
that includes hors d’oeuvres. The
public, not just Republicans, are
welcome to hear Congressman
Jordan speak. Other speakers will
be several other Ottawa County
offce holders. Admission is $20
per person payable at the door.
For more information, call 419-
734-3459.
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The Ottawa County Genealogi-
cal Society will hold its monthly
meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7
p.m. at Ida Rupp Public Library
in Port Clinton. Jana Broglin, cer-
tifed genealogist and author, will
present the program, “Unusual
Courthouse Records”.
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The next Humane Society of
Ottawa County meeting will be
tonight (Thursday, Sept. 13) at 6
p.m. in the Community Room of
Ida Rupp Public Library in Port
Clinton. All HSOC meetings are
open to the public.
This Sunday, Sept. 16, the Oak
Harbor Knights of Columbus
will be sponsoring an “all you
Every year, Cindra Mielke and Jeni Ham-
mond do a long distance swim from one
Lake Erie Island to another as a fundrais-
er for Children’s Miracle Network. This
year they fnished the swim from Marble-
head to Kelley’s Island in three and a half
hours and sent a check to Make-a-Wish for
$22,050. That’s enough to grant four kids’
wishes. The total for the 18 years they have
been doing the swim is $382,000.
Children’s Miracle
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Marge Foster, 89, of Port Clinton,
passed away peacefully Friday, Aug.
31, at her daughter’s residence in Co-
lumbus.
Visitation will be 9-10 a.m. on
Thursday, Sept. 13, at Gerner-Wolf-
Walker Funeral Home & Crematory,
Port Clinton, with family prayers
offered at 10:00 a.m. The Mass of
Christian burial will be at 10:30 a.m.
at Immaculate Conception Catholic
Church, Port Clinton. Interment will
be in Lakeview Cemetery, Port Clin-
ton.
Madeline Ochs
Nov. 18, 1929-Sept. 9, 2012
Madeline L. Ochs, 82, of Catawba
Island, died peacefully with her fam-
ily by her side on Sunday, Sept. 9,
2012 at her residence. She was born
on Nov. 18, 1929.
Visitation will be held on Wednes-
day, Sept. 12, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at
the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Fu-
neral Home, 1124 Fulton Street, Port
Clinton.
Prayers will begin at the funeral
home at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept.
13, followed by a Mass of Christian
Burial at 1:30 p.m. at Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church, 414
Madison Street, Port Clinton. Burial
will follow in Catawba Island Cem-
etery. Online condolences may be
expressed at www.neideckerleveck-
crosser.com.
Earl E. Lambert
Earl E. Lambert, 75, of Port Clin-
ton, died Friday, Sept. 7, at Mercy St.
Charles Hospital, Oregon, OH. At
Earl’s request, cremation will take
place and memorial services will be
held at a later date. Robinson-Walker
Funeral Home & Crematory, Oak
Harbor, 419- 898-3011.
Robert Schillig
April 18, 1928-Sept. 7, 2012
Robert F. Schillig, 84, of Gahanna,
died peacefully and went to be with
his “Sweet Miriam”, Friday, Sept. 7.
He was born April 18, 1928, in Max-
imo, Ohio. Bob was dedicated to his
family and will be dearly missed by
them. Preceded in death by his wife,
Miriam; parents, Charles and Lou-
ise Schillig; and siblings. Bob will be
missed by his loving children, Edward
(Nancy) Schillig, Beth Schillig, Mark
(Becky) Schillig, Ken (Jeanie) Schil-
lig, Rose (Jeff) Routte, Debbie (Bill)
Kittel, and Nancy (Rick) Skeen; 15
grandchildren; and 12 great-grand-
children, with one on the way.
Bob served in the U.S. Army as a
cook during the Korean War. He was
a successful businessman who owned
Convenient Food Mart & Cleaners
in Gahanna. Bob was a long-time
member of St. Matthew Church in
Gahanna and the VFW Post # 4719.
He was known by most fshing char-
ter captains on Lake Erie as “CAT-
BIRD”. They looked for his expert
fshing advice, knowledge and home
crafted lures he nicknamed “St. Rob-
ert Lures”.
Family will receive friends for a re-
ception at Mother Angeline McCrory
Manor, 5100 E. Broad St., Colum-
bus, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Satur-
day, Sept.15. A private Catholic Mass
will be held prior to the reception. In
lieu of fowers, contributions may be
made in Robert’s memory to Mother
Angeline McCrory Manor. Private in-
terment at Holy Cross Cemetery. Ar-
rangements entrusted to Schoedinger
Northeast Chapel, 614 939-4558. To
share memories of Bob, visit www.
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Obituaries
David Franks, 39, employment specialist, and Misty
Rose, 34, assistant manager, both of Marblehead.
Roy Gildersleeve Jr., 49, engineer manager, and
Annemarie VanHaren, 41, homemaker, both of
Marblehead.
Marke Barbour, 24, mechanic, and Amber Shaffer, 22,
shift manager, both of Elmore.
Phillip Knack, 37, engineer, and Yolanda Batty, 35,
receptionist, both of Genoa.
Phillip Bolte, 33, real estate agent, and Jennifer Straziuso,
33, teacher, both of Port Clinton.
Calvin Colston, 71, retired, and Diane Vivian, 67, retired
teacher, both of Port Clinton.
Donald Richuiti, 50, E.M.T./frefghter, and Lisa
Wildman, 48, E.M.T./frefghter, both of Port Clinton.
Lucas Lord, 30, sales, of Clinton Twp., MI, and Mariya
Eddy, 27, massage therapist, of Sterling Hts, MI.
James Korecki, 36, laborer, and Kimberly Brady, 40,
director of admissions, both of Oak Harbor.
William Vidal, 39, union carpenter, and Luann Crosby,
49, pharmacy technician, both of Oak Harbor.
Kirk Shank, 25, operating engineer, and Jessica Parlette,
28, secretary, both of Elmore.
Marriage Licenses
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Regional Medical Center to Angela and
Rourke Petersen of Port Clinton.
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Pink Fashion Show for Breast Cancer
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san G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness
fund. They would like reservations made
by this Tuesday, Sept. 18, by calling 419-
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horseback riding program that does
wonderful things for handicapped indi-
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a reasonable price so their horses have
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tion, contact Rebekah Recker at 419-898-
6164 or 419-307-0222.
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Waterworks Park
After reading the current
article on Waterworks Park
in the Beacon I felt com-
pelled to write a note to all
concerned.
I feel this city can either
go forward or backward and
there is no status quo! Look
at the empty stores in down-
town and the condition of
the buildings. I have seen
similar size towns in mid-
Ohio that look much better
than our town. The build-
ings are occupied by many
businesses and the towns are
thriving. I realize it is very
diffcult to pay rent when
your customers are here less
than six months a year. The
businesses need to take ad-
vantage of those months -
especially the nights - since
summer is so feeting.
We desperately need new
business to attract future
residents and tourists to
Port Clinton on a year round
basis. This is where Water
Works parks is the answer to
this town’s problems. Delay-
ing making the decision to
go forward only hurts every-
one in town. Now is the time
to go forward!
I realize there is a very small
vocal faction that is against
anything new, and this will
always be the case, but what
about the silent majority?
My big question is: Why is
this group of council in favor
of tabling this ordinance? I
want to know their reasoning
and their plan. Please give
the people of Port Clinton
an answer. Why are you not
considering the referendum
that was approved fve years
ago? Yes, it is easier to table
the ordinance than to put up
with complaints from a few
but that does not help the
economy of this town or the
people who live here. People
want improvements, sew-
ers, streets, parks, more jobs,
but the budget for these and
other needs make them out
of reach for Port Clinton.
We need to go forward not
backward. Please reconsider
your decision to table the or-
dinance.
From the article I read in
the Beacon, our Mayor has
no opinion on this matter.
We need you, Mayor Leone,
to stand up on this issue and
not take a wait and see atti-
tude.
Fred & Dianne Pachasa
Port Clinton
Waterworks Park
In regards to Mr. Snider’s
email\letter to the editor in
this week’s Beacon there are
clarifcations that need to be
addressed, as follows:
First and foremost, I AM
NOT anti-development in
regards to the Water Works
Park property. However, to
beneft our City of Port Clin-
ton, the development HAS
TO BE one of sustainability
and longevity, for the next
generations; NOT TO PRO-
CEED with a “quick-fx”
mentality.
To correct the 2nd para-
graph of Mr. Snider’s email\
letter to the editor, it WAS
NOT any “delay tactics” of
the anti-development fringe
that resulted in the Puller
Group backing out of the
deal. They DID NOT (do)
the fnancials to undertake
the development they pro-
posed. They were led to be-
lieve for seven months that
they would be able to use
TIF monies in the construc-
tion of their proposed de-
velopment; TIF monies can
only be used in the process
of creating the infrastruc-
ture needed for proposed
development. This informa-
tion was brought forth sev-
eral times to Council and
Administration, as well as
other unqualifcations of the
Puller Group, but was chose
NOT to be acknowledged.
To correct paragraph 3, the
Planning and Development
Committe of PC Council
recommended to the full City
Council to add Ordinance
32-12 to the agenda, which
thus opens the proposed or-
dinance up for discussion,
and only then for discussion.
It was NOT recommended to
full council to pass said ordi-
nance, simply ONLY to add
it to the agenda.
To correct the 5th para-
graph, tabling the ordinance
IS NOT an attempt to put a
stop to the hopes of the de-
velopment of Water Works
Park. Also, it IS NOT a direct
confict of what the voters
requested during the refer-
endum vote nearly fve years
ago. The voting citizens of
Port Clinton ONLY voted to
change the property to Com-
mercial Zoning, and NOT
for a specifc type of devel-
opment. Tabling said ordi-
nance is for much needed
discussion, due diligence in
researching properly, to pro-
ceed diligently in the best
interest for ALL constituents.
To correct the 6th para-
graph, those of us on Coun-
cil who voted to table the
ordinance ARE NOT only
hearing from the anti-de-
velopment fringe. THAT
NEEDS TO BE MADE PER-
FECTLY CLEAR. To make
such a statement based on
complete fabrication of one’s
own mind, and without any
substantial facts to back such
an erroneous, blatantly bi-
ased statement, is a TRUE
DIS-SERVICE to ALL CON-
STITUENTS, by making
fabrications to fulfll certain
personal agendas.
To correct the 7th para-
graph, the leaders of Port
Clinton ARE WILLING to
take the necessary steps
needed to put Port Clinton
on the right path! The key-
words here are “NECESSARY
STEPS”. We must proceed
with due diligence, NOT
sloppily plowing through the
process like a bull in a china
shop.
Do the research; study
JMBM’s website: http://
www.jmbm.com/global-hos-
pitality-group.html and you
will see that this law frm/
consultant frm in Califor-
nia deals with developers of
Hotel/Hotel Resort proper-
ties. Their has NEVER been
a decision made of what type
of development has been de-
cided for Water Works Park,
something in JMBM’s own
words, “decision needs to
have been made on a type of
project”. That HAS NOT been
done, so to proceed with vot-
ing in an ordinance for the
Safety Service Director to go
into contract with JMBM at
this time with an up-to fee of
$25,000.00 is in disregard to
the proper steps in this pro-
cess, therefore in disregard to
the City of Port Clinton we
were elected to serve.
Back in May, I presented,
after doing much research,
the frm PPS, http://www.
pps.org/multi-use/ , WHO
GUIDES IN BONA-FIDE
MIXED-USE DEVELOP-
MENTS WITH USE OF
PUBLIC SPACE procedures,
with specifcs on making
waterfronts a vital mecha-
nism for communities. This
is a much more adequate
ft to this process, since the
purpose of any type of de-
velopment of Water Works
Park is to “...be the catalyst to
the economic engine for the
revitalization of downtown
Port Clinton...”
Why are we not follow-
ing proper steps and doing
our due-diligence for our
citizens who have elected us
to serve them?
Respectfully yours,
Randall G. Lipstraw,
Councilman 3rd Ward
(419) 573-9049
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The Ottawa County Task Force
on Aging conducted a county-wide
blitz at the end of August to distrib-
ute newly developed Senior Abuse
Protocol cards. Members of the Task
Force visited over 250 local businesses
and agencies in an effort to increase
awareness of and provide direction
if someone suspects abuse, neglect or
exploitation of someone in our com-
munity over the age of 60.
The Ottawa County Task Force on
Aging recommends the following Se-
nior Abuse Protocol:
For those in immediate danger, call
911.
For those with important questions
or concerns, call Adult Protective Ser-
vices, 419-898-3688 and dial 0.
For those inquiring about non-
emergency aid or services, call the
United Way, 211.
The Ottawa County Task Force on
Aging is a partnership dedicated to
building awareness of elder mistreat-
ment through education, advocacy
and community-based services. This
collaboration of agencies works to
solve problems and fnd practical
ways to respect the quality of life for
seniors in our community. The key
to helping our seniors and protecting
them is a coordinated community re-
sponse.
It is the responsibility of all citizens
of Ottawa County to recognize and
report elder abuse, neglect and exploi-
tation. If you are part of a business
or agency and feel your organization
would beneft from further education
regarding senior abuse, a speaker’s bu-
reau has been established and can be
scheduled through the Probate Court.
If you have questions or would like
more information on the protocol or
Task Force, please contact the Ottawa
County Probate Court at 419-734-
6830.
Elder abuse awareness blitz
BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
Last spring it was announced that
Mary Heineman and her family had
donated the former Heineman Dis-
tribution Company building on West
Second Street in Port Clinton to be-
come the new location of the Portage
Resale Center. After some unexpected
delays, the work on that facility is
progressing nicely, although slightly
behind the original schedule.
According to Bob and Linda Sny-
der, the opening of the new facility is
about a month away. In the meantime,
they believe they are far enough along
with the renovation of the 10,000
square foot building to begin to set
some dates for operations. First, after
this Friday, Sept. 14, all donations for
the quality second hand store should
be delivered to the new location at
301 W. Second Street in Port Clinton,
about a block west of the Post Offce.
Second, they will continue to run
their operation at the east end of the
old Portage School on State Road un-
til the end of September. Finally, there
will likely be a delay between the clos-
ing of the Portage School facility and
the opening of the new facility of be-
tween one and two weeks.
“Things are starting to move now,
although we ran into some glitches in
the beginning that we didn’t expect,”
says developer and philanthropist
Bob Snyder. “I think we are now far
enough along to soon update the peo-
ple as to some specifc dates.”
The Portage Resale Center opened
about a year ago and was an instant
success. In addition to the Resale
Shop a new and improved Food Pan-
try will be located in the new facility.
Seed Faith Missions Food Pantry will
operate simultaneously with the Re-
sale Center, helping those in need in
Ottawa County.
According to Snyder, they are still
in need of volunteers to help with the
sorting of clothing and other items.
The purpose from the beginning is to
donate the surplus of funds generated
by the operation back to the commu-
nity in the form of donations to all the
areas non-proft agencies. Marie Ber-
ry, who started the operation as their
frst manager, will continue to serve as
the manager for both Portage Resale
Center and the Food Pantry.
Remember, drop off times for do-
nations are Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please
consider donating some of your time
and talents to this community project.
The interior of the “Old Church” portion of the old Heinemann Distributing property on West Third
Street in Port Clinton is ready for fnishing work in preparation for the new Portage Resale Shop.
New Portage Resale
Center taking shape
The Obama for Ohio Headquarters in Port Clinton has announced offce hours start-
ing this week. The headquarters is a source for signs, brochures, issues literature, registra-
tion applications, information and volunteer opportunities. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Mondays through Fridays, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays. It
is located at 131 Maple Street, behind Community Market off Maple Street and behind
McDonald’s off Perry Street.
Obama for Ohio Port Clinton
offce hours announced
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PHOTO BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
Carl Keller Field is the site of the
Sept. 16 meeting of the All-Ohio
Chapter of the Ninety Nines, Inter-
national Organization of Women Pi-
lots. Pilots and spouses, who are 49
½’s, will fy or drive to Port Clinton
airport for a meeting and later join
in the festivities of the Gypsum Re-
union. This is the 19th year the 99’s
have met in conjunction with the an-
nual Gypsum reunion.
Guest speaker this year is Judge Tom
Corogin, who will speak about his
trip in a sailboat below South Ameri-
ca. He was requested as a speaker by
members who had read of his trip in
their various local newspapers and
online.
Ninety Nines were named for 99
charter members. They formed in
1929 when all 117 licensed American
female pilots were invited to assemble
for mutual support and the advance-
ment of aviation. Amelia Earhart was
the frst president. International and
local chapters give scholarships to pi-
lots for furthering their aviation edu-
cation.
Chairman of the All-Ohio Chapter,
chartered in 1933, is Roberta Jones
of Columbus and Put-in-Bay. Other
chapters in Ohio are Lake Erie [1974],
Scioto Valley [1981], Greater Cincin-
nati [1986], and Women with Wings
[1993] in the Akron-Canton area.
For many years at different airports
the All-Ohio Chapter has held the
Buckeye Air Rally, open to men and
women. Chapters cooperate with the
FAA and other aviation organizations
to present safety seminars through-
out the year. Pinch-hitter courses are
designed to help a non-pilot land a
plane if the pilot has a medical emer-
gency.
99’s and other women pilots in the
area are invited to attend the social
time at 11 a.m., the program at noon
and meeting at 12:30. Many will view
progress of the ongoing restoration
of the Tin Goose [Ford Tri Motor]
being done by the local Experimen-
tal Aviation Association [EAA] at the
Aviation Museum.
Aviation activities for those fying to
Port Clinton were organized by Linda
Blodgett and Chris Creamer of Ash-
land. For further information about
this meeting or the Ninety-Nines,
contact Edna Hansen, 419-734-2423.
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and welcome to the
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WOMEN’S CLUB FALL EVENT
Men, women, young voters, Republicans
and others No membership necessary
THIS Monday, Sept 17
Elks Lodge, 231 Buckeye Blvd.
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5:30 p.m. Friendship Hour
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Even those who did not grow up in Ohio
likely have family roots that extend into
the Buckeye State. The Hayes Presidential
Center offers a class specifcally designed
to help you fnd your Ohio ancestors.
Head Librarian Becky Hill is instructor for
Searching Your Ohio Roots. The class takes
place 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, in
the Hayes Research Library and is spon-
sored by RootsMagic Inc. Cost is $10 for
adults and $5 for students through high
school. Pre-registration is required. Call
419-332-2081 or email bhill@rbhayes.org
to register.
Searching Your Ohio Roots zeroes in on
resources that are available for tracking
down family members who lived in Ohio.
These resources include vital records, land
records, and printed and online materials.
The class also touches on migration pat-
terns to the state. Hill also leads a tour of
the Hayes Research Library to familiarize
attendees with the locations of various re-
sources and how to use the library’s free-
access computers.
The Hayes Research Library houses one
of the area’s most comprehensive collec-
tions of genealogy resource materials.
Knowledgeable staff always is on hand
to help with questions and advice. The
Hayes Library offers genealogy classes on
a regular basis as a means of introducing
the public to its vast resources and the lat-
est innovations in the feld of genealogical
research. Library hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday-Saturday.
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential
Center is located at the corner of Hayes
and Buckland avenues, Fremont. The facil-
ity is affliated with the Ohio Historical So-
ciety. Check the Hayes Presidential Center
website for a complete list of year-round
special events.
Hayes helps genealogists
locate Ohio roots
Rutherford B. Hayes enjoyed trav-
eling. He was the frst United States
president to travel to the West Coast
while in offce. After his beloved wife
Lucy died, Hayes flled the void of her
loss with travels. His children and
grandchildren caught the travel-bug
as well, as evidenced by their numer-
ous steamer trunks and travel jour-
nals.
Inspired by this unique global ar-
chive within its collections, the Hayes
Presidential Center created Tales of
Travels from the President’s Attic. The
exhibit opens Tuesday, Sept.11, and
continues through Jan. 27, 2013 in
the Hayes Museum. It is made pos-
sible through the generosity of title
sponsor Croghan Colonial Bank.
Tales of Travels from the President’s
Attic takes a look at travel when it was
a luxury few people could afford and
when the risks were very real. Visi-
tors can see what early tourists – like
Rutherford and Lucy Hayes – saw
when they visited Yosemite National
Park in the late 1800s, what a 19
th
-
Century hunting party encountered
on the Great Plains, or the barely-ex-
plored lands of Alaska three decades
before it became a state.
A focal point of Tales of Travels from
the President’s Attic is dozens of travel
trunks left by the Hayes family in the
attic of President Hayes’ home. From
leather to wood, small to large, cam-
el-back to square, the trunks tell not
only the story of varied trips but also
the evolution of travel. Along with
these behemoth-sized precursors of
the suitcase, the exhibit showcases
travel photos, clothing, souvenirs and
journals dating from the late 19
th
to
mid-20
th
centuries. A video compo-
nent of the exhibit plays 20
th
Century
home movies of the Hayes family’s
travels to France and Scotland.
The Hayes Museum is open 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and noon-5 p.m.
Sunday. Admission is $7.50 per adult,
$6.50 per senior (age 60+), $3 per
child ages 6 through 12, and free for
children younger than six. For infor-
mation call 800-998-PRES or visit
www.rbhayes.org.
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presi-
dential Center is located at the
corner of Hayes and Buckland Av-
enues, Fremont, Ohio. The facility
is affliated with the Ohio Histori-
cal Society.
Travels inspire new Hayes
Museum exhibit
Local military members show support for Port Clinton High School in the Middle
East: Port Clinton-based US Coast Guard Port Security Unit (PSU) 309 personnel
show their support for the Port Clinton Redskins while currently deployed to the
Middle East. PSU 309 is charged with providing harbor defense and security to
ports, seaward approaches, and waterways within U.S. Central Command’s area of
responsibility. In the picture are PSU 309 members LT Frye (left) and Commander
Nauert (right); Commander Nauert is the Commanding Offcer of PSU 309.
Ottawa County Sheriff Stephen J. Levor-
chick announced today that his offce will
be hosting the second Sheriff ’s Citizens
Partnership Academy.
According to Sheriff Levorchick, “The Cit-
izens Partnership Academy is a great oppor-
tunity for us to interact with the community
that we serve. We don’t often get the cnance
to share information with the public which
enables them to see what our duties consist
of. This is such a great way for us to partner
with our community.”
The Citizens Partnership Academy is a
free, 10-week program that will offer in-
formation on Patrol Operations, Victims’
Rights, Sex Crimes and more. The classes
will be held on Wednesday nights from 6 to
8:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 26. Included in
the program will be a tour of the Sheriff ’s
Offce facilities and interaction with the
various divisions and specialty units. Partic-
ipants will also be given an opportunity to
ride along with a Deputy. Graduates of the
program will get a certifcate of completion
at a ceremony on the last day of class.
Participants must be at least 21 years of
age, complete an application, pass a crimi-
nal background check, have no felonies or
violent misdemeanors and be in possession
of a valid Ohio Driver’s License.
“The Citizens Partnership Academy is
a great opportunity for the citizens of Ot-
tawa County to have positive contact with
law enforcement and to learn more about
the day-to-day operations of our offce,” ac-
cording to Capt. Brad York, who will oversee
the academy.
Applications may be picked up between
the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday, in the Sheriff ’s Administra-
tive Lobby, or by emailing Capt. York at: by-
ork@ottawacountysheriff.org. Applications
will then be reviewed and qualifed persons
will be notifed one week prior to the start
of the Academy.
All sessions will be held in the Emergency
Operations Center located at The Ottawa
County Sheriff ’s Offce. Dates may be ad-
justed due to holiday and/or emergencies.
For further information, contact Capt. Brad
York at 419-734-6827.
Sheriff’s Citizens Partnership Academy
www.thebeacon.net
AROUNDOTTAWACOUNTY
Thursday, September 13, 2012 7A
National Direct Support
Professional Recognition Week
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Congratulations to the REM
Ohio Northern Region
2012 Outstanding
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and Supervisors
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REM Ohio specializes in serving the needs of adults with intellectual and developmental
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• In-Home Homemaker & Personal Care Services
• Adult Host-Homes
• Adult Day Programs & Support Services
• Supported Employment Enclaves & Community Services
For more information, please visit our website at
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• Shared Living Homes
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REM Ohio is a partner of The Mentor Network, a
national network of local human services providers.
By providing a wide range of service options and adapting those services as the needs of the
individual change, REM Ohio insures a quality experience for each person we serve,
their families, community partners and multiple funding sources.
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A lighter fare available all night,
cocktails & great wine list in
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Chef Proprieter
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OPEN: Tues. - Sat. at 4:30
Steak House
What happens to an artist’s work when a
gallery closes? Sometimes they never see
their work again. However, most of the
time arrangements are made to return the
stored and unsold work to the artist.
“A little more than four years ago, a
painter friend invited us down to the sun-
ny south to see what their paradise looked
like, and to learn that palm trees are harder
to paint than those we are accustomed to
in the north,” according to Rick Dziak,
Marblehead artist and gallery owner. “We
would walk to the dunes and beaches and
side streets. Colors were defnitely differ-
ent, but wonderful to the painter’s eye.”
“We would paint every day, and although
we didn’t stay long, a sizable amount of
work was established. There were Art
Mart’s on the beach each Saturday, and we
would try to sell our works, wet and un-
framed, in most cases. It was fun! Many
times, as with wet paintings,
we didn’t want to haul them
back to Ohio. So they were
left at a gallery or put in
storage.”
Recently, a gallery that
had sold some of Dziak’s
paintings had to close its
doors. The friend who had
initiated the painting trip
brought back the paintings.
After assembling the re-
turned paintings, Dziak had
the idea to show the contrast of the south
coast paintings with paintings done on the
north coast. Most of the Gulf Coast paint-
ings are small, having been mostly done
en plein air, or on the spot. The northern
works are more varied in size.
It is with this background that the Dziak
Gallery is offering a show of new works.
The vast majority of the south coast paint-
ings have never been seen north of the
Mason-Dixon line, and will be shown
alongside Dziak’s recent works from in
and around the north coast.
The show will run from now until Dec.
16 at the Dziak Gallery. Hours are 1-4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday and by appointment.
Dziak Gallery is located at 810 West Main
St. in Marblehead. For further informa-
tion, call 419-798-4994 or 419-494-4445,
email dziak@cros.net, or visit their website
at www.dziakgallery.com.
North coast vs. south
coast, in fne art painting
High dunes Tennis courts
The Grand Opening Celebration of 1812 Food &
Spirits and Rosie’s Bar & Grill located at 102 Madi-
son Street in downtown historic Port Clinton was held
Monday, Sept. 10. The Port Clinton Chamber of Com-
merce and Main Street Port Clinton joined in celebrat-
ing the re-birth of the cornerstone of Port Clinton. For
more information about 1812 Food & Spirits, contact
419-960-7546 or visit www.1812foodspirits.com. For
more information about Rosie’s Bar & Grill, contact
419-960-7310 or visit www.rosiesbargrill.com.
Leonard Partin, Broker/Owner, of
Jack Bradley Realty Co., Port Clin-
ton, has been awarded the President’s
Sales Club Award of Achievement
designation from the Ohio Associa-
tion of REALTORS® (OAR).
Partin is a member of the Firelands
Association of REALTORS® and
OAR and the National Association
of REALTORS® (NAR).
OAR offcially awarded 1,731 of its
members President’s Sales Club designations in four rec-
ognition levels for outstanding sales performance in the
real estate industry.
Honorees will be recognized at a President’s Sales Club
Dinner during OAR’s 102nd Annual Convention, October
2-4, in Columbus.
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TOURS • TASTING ROOM • MENU • ENTERTAINMENT
Thur & Fri 11am-10pm • Sat 2pm-10pm
Thursday, September 13
“Open Mic Night”
Hosted by Davd Lester, Guitarist/Vocalist
Friday, September 14
Donnie Ray, Keyboard/Vocalist
Saturday, September 15
Glenn & Dave, Keyboard, Guitarist/Vocalist
Tuesday, September 18th 7 - 9:30 pm
Ladies Night Out
Chocolate and Wine Paring
Includes: Four wine & chocolate samples, Hors d’oeurvers
And Chair Massage. $20.00/Person + tax Tickets on Sale Now
Magruder Hospital recently pro-
moted Ann Keegan, RN, BSN, CIC,
to be the Director of the Medical
Surgical Department and Intensive
Coronary Care Unit. Prior to her
new position, she was the hospital’s
Coordinator of Infection Control,
overseeing the prevention initiatives
throughout the organization.
Keegan graduated from Mercy
College with her Associate Degree
in Nursing and went on to earn her
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bowling Green State
University. She has over 15 years of nursing experience
in the areas of infection control, med-surg, intensive care
and long term acute care and is certifed in infection
control by the National Certifcation Board for Infec-
tion Control and Epidemiology. Prior to Magruder, she
worked at Northwest Primary Care, Firelands Regional
Medical Center and Elmwood at the Springs Health and
Wellness Campus. In her new position, Keegan will over-
see a team of 55 nurses. She will also continue to oversee
the infection control and prevention initiatives of the
hospital.
In her spare time, Keegan is an aerobics instructor, an
adult outdoor chair advisor for the Boy Scouts Troop 320
and enjoys photography. She and her husband, Troy, live
in Clyde with their two sons.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Founda-
tion (JDRF) invites the community to walk
at this year’s Walk to Cure Diabetes, set for
Sunday, Sept. 16 at East Harbor State Park,
South Beach. This event is in its tenth year.
Event proceeds will support JDRF’s mis-
sion to fnd a cure for type 1 diabetes and
its complications through the support of
research. Event sponsors include: Friend-
ship Foods, Bassett’s Market, Magruder
Hospital, Firelands School of Nursing, J &
R Silkscreening, BAS Broadcasting, Myers
Tents, Kiwanis, Lions Club and East Har-
bor State Park.
JDRF’s Walk to Cure Diabetes will feature
food, entertainment, children’s activities
and special attractions. Walkers will enjoy
a three mile trail along the shores of Lake
Erie. Event start and fnish will take place
in the park’s South Beach section, located
at 1169 N. Buck Road. Registration will
open at 12:30 p.m. The Walk will begin at
1:30 p.m. and conclude at approximately
2:30 p.m. Free parking will be available.
No bikes or rollerblades are permitted. All
dogs must be on a leash. Strollers and wag-
ons are welcome.
Walkers can register for this year’s event
at www.jdrf.org. There is no registration
fee to participate; however, participants
are encouraged to raise pledges to support
the research vital to fnding a cure for type
1 diabetes.
All walkers raising $100 or more will
receive a JDRF Walk t-shirt the day of
the event. Walkers raising $200 or more
are also eligible for prizes ranging from
JDRF branded merchandise to electron-
ics, toys and housewares. Awards will be
given to walkers raising over $1,000 and
teams raising over $2,500. The walk will
take place rain or shine. Sponsorship and
general Walk information can be obtained
by contacting Mary Brown Grieger at
419.341.3024 or mbrowncrni@frontier.
com. Companies and families interested in
forming a team can contact Becky Ware at
419.619.7104.
KEEGAN
New director of Medical
Surgical and ICCU at Magruder
Participants at the 2011 Walk
Walk to Cure Diabetes
Sept. 16 at East Harbor
About type 1 diabetes: Type 1 diabetes is a chronic, debilitating disease affecting every
organ system. It strikes children and adults suddenly and lasts a lifetime. Type 1 diabetes is
an autoimmune disease in which a person’s pancreas stops producing insulin, a hormone
that enables people to get energy from food. People with type 1 diabetes must take multiple
injections of insulin daily or a continuous infusion of insulin through a pump just to survive.
Taking insulin does not cure any type of diabetes nor prevent the possibility of its devastating
effects: kidney failure, blindness, nerve damage, amputation, heart attack and stroke. There
are approximately three million Americans living with type 1 diabetes and more than 30,000
children and adults are diagnosed every year.
Sept. 13
Health Screening
WHAT: Cholesterol (Total/LDL/HDL/Triglycerides),
Blood Pressure and Glucose Screening
WHEN: starts at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton
COST: $16
INFO: Appointments can be made by calling 419-734-
3131 ext. 3420. For more information on events and
screenings, go to www.magruderhospital.com.
Lunch and Learn
WHAT: Learn the difference between assisted living,
skilled nursing, retirement living options and how to
pick the right services and location for each individual
WHEN: 12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Otterbein North Shore, Northshore Blvd, Mar-
blehead
INFO: Contact Kathy or Robyn at 419.798.8203
Sept. 16
Gypsum Day Reunion
WHAT: 35
th
Annual Gypsum Day Reunion, featuring
free pot luck dinner including beverages, as well as raf-
fes and a 50/50 drawing.
WHEN: 1-5 p.m.
WHERE: Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport, Port Clinton
COST: Donations are always welcome
INFO: Contact Bill Tunnell at 419-960-9082 or billtun-
nell@mac.com
Sept. 17
Finding Your Happy Place
WHAT: Margy VanLerberghe, Ph.D., will present a pro-
gram on “Finding Your Happy Place”. Margy has been a
guest on the Our Time for Health program.
WHEN: noon
WHERE: Magruder Conference Center, Port Clinton
COST: $6, includes lunch
INFO: make reservations at 419-732-0208 by noon on
Friday, Sept. 14
Ottawa County Board of DD meeting
WHAT: The Ottawa County Board of Developmental
Disabilities monthly board meeting, open to the public
WHEN: 5 p.m.
WHERE: Ottawa County Board of DD, 235 N Toussaint
South, Oak Harbor
INFO: for more information, call 419-898-0400
Sept. 18
Senior Center Auction
WHAT: Annual Danbury Senior Center auction
WHEN: auction at 6 p.m., dinner at 5 p.m. (dinner res-
ervation needed by noon Sept. 17)
WHERE: Danbury Senior Center, Marblehead
INFO: Call Doug at 419-617-8080
Magruder uniform sale
WHAT: Magruder Hospital Auxiliary sale of uniforms
and accessories for anyone working in dental, medical
and veterinary settings.
WHEN: 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital main lobby
INFO: For more information contact Kathy Gallogly at
419-734-3131, ext. 3140
Keeping your skin healthy
WHAT: Dermatologist Michelle E. Bodie, PA-C will
speak on “Keeping Your Skin Healthy”
WHEN: 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Vineyard on
Catawba’s Community
Center, E Vineyard Village
Dr., Port Clinton
INFO: For more informa-
tion, call 419-797-3100
Sept. 21
Movie Afternoon
WHAT: Movie Afternoon
features the recently-
released “The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel.” Popcorn
and beverages provided.
WHEN: 2 p.m.
WHERE: The Vineyards,
Catawba
Fish Fry
WHAT: Lake Erie Yellow
Perch sandwiches and din-
ners will be served by the
American Legion Post 114
before the Oak Harbor
home football games.
Dine-in or carryout; pub-
lic welcome.
WHEN: 4 to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: American
Legion, Oak Harbor
INFO: 419-898-5888
Chicken BBQ
WHAT: The Oak Harbor
Volleyball Program is sell-
ing tickets for a Chicken
BBQ dinner
WHEN: 4-6:30 p.m.
WHERE: OHHS Cafeteria
COST:$8
INFO: email Megan
McGuire at mmcguire@
bcssd.com for tickets or
information
Sept. 22
International Peace Festival
WHAT: Celebration of International Peace
WHERE: Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memo-
rial, Put-in-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2184 or www.nps.gov/pevi
Reverse Raffe With Hog Roast
WHERE: Nugent’s Canal Yacht Club, 3035 W. Canal,
Port Clinton
WHEN: Noon till?
INFO: Adrian Cantu at 419-341-1265
Sept. 24
Tales for Toddlers
WHAT: 30 minutes of stories, songs, and fnger plays for
children ages 2 and 3 with a caregiver.
Siblings always welcome.
WHEN: Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Sept. 24;
Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Nov. 5, 12
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, Port Clinton
INFO: call the library at 419-732-3212
Sept. 26
SWCD Banquet
WHAT: 61
st
Ottawa Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation
District annual meeting and banquet. Choice of BBQ
chicken or pork chops, baked potato, rolls, green beans
and a variety of pies. The entertainment will be blue-
grass music from the Muleskinner Band.
WHEN: Banquet begins at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Ottawa County Fairgrounds
COST: $10
INFO: For more information, contact the District offce
at 419-898-1595.
Card party and salad luncheon
WHAT: Nugents Canal Yacht Club Auxiliary annual card
party and salad buffet luncheon.
WHEN: Noon
WHERE: Nugent’s Canal Yacht Club, Port Clinton
COST: $7
INFO: call Nell at 419-732-3762 or Bev at 419-732-8853
for reservations
Sept. 27
Let’s Pretend: Who Am I?
WHAT: A program for 3, 4 and 5 year olds based on
imaginary play, stories, and songs.
WHEN: 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Library, Port Clinton
INFO: contact the library at 419-732-3212
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Ⅲ Full range of family practice services, including
healthcare for children, women’s health,
preventative medicine, and elderly care
Ⅲ Accepting patients from birth on up
Ⅲ Walk-in patients are welcome as schedule
permits. Appointments are recommended.
family practice
New Patients Welcome!
Life Outside the Office
In her spare time, Barbara likes
to spend time with her husband,
Brad, two adult children and
grandson. They all enjoy being
on the water together. Barbara
and her husband also enjoy
watching birds and wildlife,
working outdoors in their yard
and doing home projects.
Lab Services
All Physician Orders Accepted
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
6:30 – 10:30 am
419-557-5488
Barbara Vonthron & Dr. Crow are members of Firelands
Physician Group, a multi-specialty group providing primary
care & specialty care services to the surrounding region and
are on the medical staff at Firelands Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Crow is also on the medical staff at Magruder Hospital.
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Danbury Local Schools, through its Community Educa-
tion Department, will be offering a Pilates class from 6 to
7 p.m. on Tuesday evenings beginning Sept. 18. Class will
be held in Room 21. The fee is $8 per class. Wear loose,
comfortable clothes and bring a mat or blanket. Pilates
is an exercise system that is focused on building strength
without bulk, improving fexibility and agility, and help-
ing to prevent injury.
Yoga class will be offered 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Mondays,
beginning Sept. 17, in Room 21. Wear loose, comfort-
able clothing and bring a mat or blanket. Yoga helps to
reduce stress through proper breathing, stretching and re-
laxation. Yoga compliments other forms of exercise.
Water aerobics is offered Monday through Thursday at 6
p.m. each day. The fee is $5 per class, or a pass is available
for $40 for 10 classes. Passes are available at the pool.
For additional information or to register for a class, con-
tact Mrs. Henninger Monday through Thursday after 3:30
p.m. at 419.798.5185 or by email at henningerr@danbury.
k12.oh.us.
Danbury Schools offer Pilates,
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Sunday - 10:30 AM Brunch
Full menu in chalet at 12:00pm
OPEN DAILY @ 11:30 AM
All Specials Begin Daily at 4PM
Monday
Burger & Chips
$4.50
Wednesday
Fish Fry
$9.99
Friday
Chicken & Rib
$15
Tuesday
40¢ Wings
Thursday
Dollar off any entrée
Saturday
Prime Rib Special
$15
Sunday
Bloody Mary Bar
11 AM - 4 PM
$4.50
SATURDAY: Big “Ten” Network College
Football $1 drafts
SUNDAY: NFL Football $1 drafts
Starting Friday September 21, 2012
Once a Month
Wine Tasting & Appetizers
6:30PM-8:30PM - $20 per person
Can’t make it to the frst or want to come again?
Join us October 19, November 16, December 14
Charter Captain Discounts Available
Gift Certifcates Available
Happy Hour 4 - 6:30 PM
Come in and enjoy discounted drinks
& a complimentary buffet!
Throughout Mickey Kelleys
career, he has received
many awards from the ICMA
including; Entertainer of the
Year and Male Vocalist of
the Year. He has toured with
many well-known country
acts such as Terri Clark, Keith
Urban, Reba, Lone Star, Mark
Chesnutt, and many others.
Mickey now spends his days
writing and recording with some
of Nashville’s best songwriters. As he continues to
deliver songs that rival what we hear on commercial
radio, his ability to win the hearts of so many with a
song is no doubt making a difference in Nashville and
music communities across the country!
Located inside the Our Guest Inn & Suites
The Listening Room will feature the Best of
Nashville right here! 2 Shows Nightly 6-9
FREE ADMISSION • 2 DRINK MINIMUM • RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED
Call for reservations: 419-734-7050 or online
Follow us on Facebook
Mike Willis
and Mickey Kelley,
Sept. 14th and 15th
For more information: www.thelisteningroompc.com
220 East Perry, Port Clinton
FREE ADMISSION
2 Drink Minimum
Local Songwriters Night Monday, September 10, 7 pm
Mike Willis is a singer-
songwriter based in
Nashville, TN, originally
from Atlanta, GA. He has
shared the stage with a range
of acts including Sugarland,
Darryl Worley, John Mayer,
Shawn Mullins, Danielle
Peck, Ronnie Milsap and
many more. In 2008 he
received the prestigious
Leon Brettler ASCAP Foundation award. He was also named
the Country Music Category winner of the International
Songwriters Competition with his autobiographical ballad
“Made For You.” In addition to his solo career Mike is an
active member of The Cumberland Collective. Mike Willis
lives in Nashville with his wife and two children.
Appearing September 14th and 15th- Mike Willis and Mickey Kelley (See Artist Bios)
Check them out in these videos!
September Excursion Adventures!

Sunday 9/16: Canada Winetasting Adventure
Explore the Lake Erie North Shore Wine region, 3 winery stops & lunch
$118.00 per person
Amherstburg, Canada Tour
Guided tour of historical Ft. Malden, lunch at famous Duffy’s waterfront
restaurant & tour of Muscedere Winery.
$118.00 per person

Pt. Pelee Birds & Butterfy Migration
Self-guided tour of the famous Pt. Pelee National park during fall migration
$85.00 per person

Reservations Required. Go online for more information.
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Two Fabulous Establishments
For Food & Drink in ONE Location
102 Madison Ave. • Port Clinton, OH • 419-960-7546
HAPPY HOUR Mon-Fri 4-6pm - Discounts on ALL drinks!
Lunch Specials
Mon-Fri 11:30 - 4 PM
• Lightning Lunches for those with limited time
• Soup & Sandwiches - starting at $5.99 • Burger Special of the Day
Daily Dinner Specials
Starting at 4:00 PM
• Fine Wines • Single Malt Scotches • Top of the Top Bourbons
Located in the Historic Island House
* Banquet and Catering Available
www.rosiesbargrill.com www.1812foodspirits.com
115 S. Front St., Fremont ~ 419-334-4816 ~ www.artsandcoffee.com
Bring in coupon for $25 off
your next custom framing order
Valid thru 9.30.12
Take the guesswork out of framing
Then see what your framed
piece will look like on our
computer screen BEFORE
you make your decision!
Worth the trip to downtown Fremont
First you choose the matte
and frame ...
Think Christmas!
Frame designer available: Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm
Custom framers since 1984
1871 NE Catawba Road, Port Clinton
In Midway Plaza
419-797-4970 Open 6 am 7 days a week
1224 W. State St., Fremont
419-332-0282
Sun-Thurs 7am-8pm
Fri-Sat 7am-9pm
Formerly
Catawba
Cafe
Box Lunches • Homemade Desserts • Dine In or Take Out
Mon-Thursday ONLY
Buy one regular priced breakfast
or dinner get one FREE
Up to
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Breakfast Buffet
Sat & Sun 9am-Noon - Catawba Only
Must present coupon. Not valid with
any other offer. Expires 9/20/12
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Entertainment
Sat 15th
Jason LaPorte
6:30-10:30pm
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We can
accommodate
all your catering
or party needs.
Nothing too big
or too small.
FOOD SPECIALS
AFTER 4PM
MONDAYS
$5 Burger & Fries after 4pm
$16.99 All-you-
can-eat ribs
TUESDAYS
$5 Wraps & $2 Off Fajitas
WEDNESDAYS
10 for $5 Wings
& $2 Off Pasta
THURSDAYS
$13.99 All-You-
Can-Eat Ocean Perch Specials subject to change
FRIDAYS
Chef’s Special
SATURDAYS
$5 Burger & Fries until 4pm
Prime Rib
SUNDAYS
$5 Chunks All Day!
$5 Burger & Fries ALL DAY!
Beer Specials! Bud/Miller
Lite $1 pint ALL DAY!
419-301-3700
Located in Bassett’s Plaza — Rts 53 & 163
HOURS: Sun-Thurs 11am-10pm
Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
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419-797-2100 • 419-341-0863
5050 E. Muggy Road, Port Clinton, Ohio
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6 — Catawba Bay
5333 E. Swan Drive
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SPORTS
Thursday, September 13, 2012 1B
Phillip Bolte
Real Estate Professional/Custom Home Builder
419-341-1275
PhillipBolte.com
Phillip@PhillipBolte.com
LIVE AT THE LAKE
CATAWBA!
Spacious Updated 4+BD
Home Near State Park &
Lake Erie. $224,000
MARBLEHEAD!
3 Acres and Gorgeous 3BD with
Loft & Finished Basement.
$289,000
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See All My Quality Listings At:
www.PatPostma.com
CATAWBA Beautiful Marina & Sunset views! Stunning 3BD Townhouse
at the Catawba Island Club $437,000 Code 8212

REDUCED! CATAWBA Gorgeous Townhouse Overlooking the Catawba
Island Club Golf Course. $349,900 Code 8012

LAKEFRONT Port Clinton Condo with Huge Deck and
Spectacular Views. $174,900 Code 8062

LAKE VIEW CONDO! Move In and Enjoy the Breezes!
$109,000 Code 8302

AVAILABLE DOCKAGE AT END OF STREET! Catawba
3 BD Updated Cottage $159,000. Code 8132
Call 1-800-787-1952 & Enter Above Code #
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President’s Sales Club
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www.MartiRedmond.com
For SELLING & BUYING info
plus MLS PROPERTY SEARCH
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419-341-3937
Marti & Chuck Redmond
See All Our Listing at:
www.MartiRedmond.com
CATAWBA VILLA 2BD, 2BA, Granite, Furn/Golf cart negotiable 2690D Canterbury $219,900
CHANNELFRONT LOT @ Catawba Bay, priced below tax value, 5235 Blue Teal, only $99,500
MARBLEHEAD 4BD,3BA, 45’ Dock included, SunRm, Patio, View, 10654 Bayshore #51, $339,000
CHANNELFRONT Catawba 3BD/2BA w/96’ Dock @ Door, 3 Car, Like New, 4709 Marina, $319,999
WELL MAINTAINED
2BD Home w/Bsmt &
additional cottage for
extra income,
410 Laurel, $114,900
EAGLE BEACH Striking
Great Rm, 3BD/2BA,
Wood Floors, Granite &
Assoc Beach/Parks,
836 Cedar $269,900
1/2 BLOCK TO BEACH
Cozy well maintained 2BD
Bungalow, formal Dining,
3 season porch,
136 Linden, $87,900
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4 BDs, Walk Out Basement,
Garage, 30x49 Work
Building. 1 Acre
Renee Stine 419-341-1110
SPA LIKE 4BD/2.5BA HOME,
Lake View, In Ground Pool.
Corky McIlrath-Flint
419-341-4478.
PORT CLINTON 2 Apartment
Home Close to Downtown &
Lake Erie. $97,900
Bob Black 419-262-2228
Recently Remodeled Catawba
3BD/2BA with Beach Access.
$174,500
Jeanne Sutton 419-261-0892
Country 2BD/2BA Home
w/Updates, Deck, Extra
Garage. $69,000
Phillip Bolte 419-341-1275
Put-in-Bay Estate! Gorgeous
5BD/4BA. $498,000
Corky McIlrath-Flint
419-341-4478
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Harbor Side Boat Sales & Bass Haven Marina
5TH ANNUAL IN-WATER BOAT SHOW
6657 East Harbor Rd., Marblehead, OH
Over 130 boats on display in-water and on-shore
If you are looking for quality in an
affordable boat, look no further!
There is a little something for everyone’s needs!

Entertainment will be Saturday, September 15th,
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Featuring Jerry Davenport.
Friday, September 14th 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday, September 15th 9:00 am-6:00 pm
Sunday, September 16th 10:00 am-4:00 pm
See you there . . . come join the fun!
www.harborsideboatsales.com 419-797-0004
PCHS senior Sean Black
qualifes for National JTBA
Port Clinton High School senior Sean
Black traveled to Dayton and fnished
sixth in the Junior Tournament Bowlers
Association (JTBA).
Sean qualifed fourth out of 94 boys on
a Sport Compliant Lane Condition with
games of 186-178-230-210-249-203.
In the semi-fnals he rolled 186-188-
181 and fnished in sixth place, earning
$146.25 in scholarships. More impor-
tantly, Sean qualifed for the 2013 National
Junior Gold Tournament to be held in the
Detroit area. Over 1700 youth bowlers
compete for $250,000 in scholarships and
the opportunity to earn a position on Ju-
nior Team USA.
“Overall I am happy with the way I
was able to compete this weekend. I am
a little disappointed with not making the
step-ladder fnals after setting myself in a
good position after qualifying, but you can
never be upset with a top 10 fnish and it is
always nice to take home some scholarship
money. I am also glad to get the monkey
off my back in earning a junior gold entry
to compete at the national level with some
of the best players in the country next
summer.”
In a tri-match on Saturday with Danbury
and Lake, the Oak Harbor volleyball team
defeated Lake 25-16, 23-25 and 25-15. Ab-
bie Gezo was 81 for 81 setting with 30 as-
sists. Katelyn Tice had 18 kills on 31 of
33 hitting. Maggie Zurvalec was 21 of 27
hitting with 10 kills and Jordyn Thorp was
16 of 19 hitting with six kills. Maggie Zur-
valec had 11 digs.
In the next match, Oak Harbor beat Dan-
bury 25-17, 25-14. Abbie Gezo lead the
team with 15 assists and six aces. Leading
with kills were Katelyn Tice with eight and
Maggie Zurvalec with seven. Rebecca Flo-
rio and Abbie Gezo both had six digs. Oak
Harbor’s record is 5-4.
Oak Harbor volleyball wins tri-match.
2103 Tiffn Ave., Findlay, OH 45840
www.prudentialchaslorealty.com
4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath,
open foor plan located on
Harbor Island. Professionally
decorated and landscaped
with large deck overlooking
75’ of private boat dockage.
$669,900
2881 Shad Row - Catawba
Professionally decorated
2 bedroom, 2 bath condo
at LeMarin. Includes a 40’
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to the lake. $219,900
4445 Marin Pines - Catawba
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or STEVE LOACH 419-421-7094
Professionally decorated 2
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water marina/direct access
to the lake. Owner Financing
Available $224,500
4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath,
open foor plan located on
Harbor Island. Professionally
decorated and landscaped
with large deck overlooking
75’ of private boat dockage.
$650,000
2B Thursday, September 13, 2012
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Boat Show Special
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Can be seen at Bass Haven Boat Show
SATURDAY NIGHT BINGO!
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a gas freplace, nice size dining room with eat in kitchen. Outstanding
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Allen Township
8-24-12 James and Rebecca Taylor to Duane
C and Jennifer K. Heinze, 7134 North Cedar
Street, $171,000.
8-30-12 Joanne M. Wheeler to Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company, 24056 West Young
Road, $86,667.
Benton Township
8-30-12 The Home Savings & Loan, to Ed-
ward G. Patrick Jr., 13275 West Kolb Road,
$102,400.
Rocky Ridge Corp.
8-30-12 Charles E. and Coletta S. Chasteen to
21st Mortgage Corporation, 910 North Lickert
Harder Road, $28,667.
Bay Township
8-28-12 Betty S. Parker to Patrick L. and Ja-
nine H. Hoffman, 685 Streeter Street, $130,000.
Carroll Township
8-23-12 Lois A. Hurrell to Sarah A. and Chad
A. Thompson, 7225 West Toussaint Club Road,
$15,500.
8-24-12 Robert C. and Gloria J. Walter to
Craig and Robin Stiles, 6585 Califorina Drive,
$36,000.
8-27-12 Lorayne McCaughtry, Nancy J. Men-
ke and Luann Cramer to John H. and Scarlet
Dosh, 6815 North Joan Avenue, $100,000.
8-27-12 Randall W. and Christine M. Roth to
Robert A. and Kristen M. Witt, 10120 West Lo-
cust Point Road, $30,000.
Clay Township
8-21-12 First Federal Bank of the Midwest to
Nathan T. Van Ness, 2275 North First Street,
$25,000.
8-30-12 Patrick Robinson Sr. to Lawrence J.
Miller, 2706 North Genoa Clay Center Road,
$125,000.
Catawba Township
8-20-12 Mark D. and Kayleen S. Lee to Janice
L. Viau, 1763 NE Catawba Road #224, $48,900.
8-21-12 Russell D. Smith to Fannie Mae, 2720
East Sand Road, $98,000.
8-22-12 Peggy J. Wear to Jerry V. and Mi-
chele A. Benko, 1763 NE Catawba Road #232,
$72,500.
8-23-12 Brian L. and Nancy M. Caldwell to
James D. Brennan, East Commodore Drive,
$6,200.
8-23-12 Steven and Michele Wallace to Ter-
rance and Carol Dean, 1541 North Anchor Av-
enue, $304,500.
8-23-12 Richard L. McCally to Tim D. and
Holly L. Amidon, 613 North Hidden Harbor
Drive, $247,500.
8-23-12 John E. Koher and Russell B. Wal-
cher to Roger J. Riachi, 3376 North Karwood,
$314,000.
8-24-12 Marydana Johns to Myrna A. Pastore,
4730 East Cliff Road, $349,000.
8-30-12 Gary Weimerskirch and Betsy Han-
cock to Anne M. Wojton, 5846 East Peach
Street, $157,000.
8-30-12 Bank of America to Sean K. Williams,
5931 East Basin Drive, $325,000.
8-31-12 Davenport Real Estate LLC to Ray-
mond A. and Diane M. Young, 823 North Fall-
ing Waters, $45,000.
8-31-12 Louis and Cynthia Ball to Micheal
and Tracy Westerfeld, 180 North Crest Drive,
$170,000.
8-31-12 James B. and Charmin Smith to Wil-
liam L. and Kathleen S. Osborne, 2695 North
Canterbury Circle, Unit C, $265,000.
8-31-12 Elizabeth Vasas to James and Lori
Young, 2255 Helsman Drive, $120,000.
8-31-12 Jacquelyn Russak to Michelle Lyke,
1384 North McCoy Avenue, $49,000.
8-31-12 Stephen and Renee McClellan to
Gary and Barbara Hatton, 2820-A Canterbury
Circle, $205,000.
Danbury Township
8-20-12 Susan Scheutzow to James P. Ohlin,
533 Vine Street, $236,500.
8-20-12 John Wuorinen and Elizabeth
Nusken to Jerri Lybarger and Milton Lewis, 530
Cedar Street, $181,500.
8-21-12 Steffanie Norris to Curtis and Jo-
hanna Knoch, vacant lot Port Clinton Eastern
Road, $115,000.
8-27-12 Kathryn O. and Scott J. Venema to
Robert H. Huntington and Susan M. McCaf-
ferty, 629 Maple Avenue, $290,000.
8-27-12 Gardner L. and Cynthia J. Bandfeld
to Daniel P. and Denise A. McManamon, 2293
Harbor Bay, $70,000.
8-29-12 Habitat for Humanity to Christian A.
Mahler, 7223 East Tanglewood Drive, $102,500.
8-29-12 Robert J. Kurant and Ruth A. Mazur
to Brett E. and Cari A. Beers, 361 North Hidden
Beach, $65,000.
8-30-12 Paul Flickinger to Larry and Barbara
Uland, 97 North Margaret Drive, $116,500.
8-30-12 Warren E. Kirwin to Alan and Kim-
berly Diefenthaler, 2418 Knob Hill, $120,000.
8-31-12 Rebecca R. Price to Charles L. and
Carol Ann Arntz, 358 North Lighthouse Oval,
$137,000.
8-31-12 James Greetham Jr. to John and Kim-
berly Miraldi, 826 East Second Street, $335,000.
8-31-12 Ronald and Great DeWalt to Eliza-
beth A. Kesterson, 1070 North Buck Road,
$20,000.
Marblehead Corp
8-20-12 The Old Fort Banking Company to
Larz, LLC, 812 East Main Street, $495,000.
8-20-12 Joseph R. Leach to Ronald R. and
Monte Rybarczyk, 3854 South Memorial
Shoreway, $489,000.
8-21-12 Toni Dagg and William Warnecke to
Matthew and Juana Barrow, 3646 Confederate
Drive, $590,000.
8-31-12 Bay Point Acquisition LLC to Kerry
R. and Maria P. Kessel, 493 Bay Point Blvd.,
$460,000.
Elmore Corp.
8-31-12 Bill’s Masonry Inc. to Robert Allen
Herrig Sr. and Deborah Lou Herrig, Ottawa
Street, $3,000.
Erie Township
8-22-12 Catherine J. Vollmer to Jamie M.
Ashton, 539 North Carroll-Erie Road, $43,000.
8-22-12 Daniel E. Preston to John D. Snyder,
3750 Vickery Road, $53,800.
8-24-12 Lori Debacco to Peggy and Donald
Shaw, 1229 West Lakeshore Drive, $269,300.
Harris Township
8-30-12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Cor-
poration to Mark A. Kutrip Jr. and Casey M.
Kutrip, 3790 South Opfer Lentz Road, $149,900.
Port Clinton City
8-21-12 Curtis Knoch to Joshua Terry, 212
East Fourth Street, $106,500.
8-23-12 Michael J. and Gail L. Barker to Fed-
eral National Mortgage Association, 720 East
Fifth Street, $40,000.
8-23-12 Heineman Properties of Port Clin-
ton LLC to Catherine Volmar, 331 West Fourth
Street, $30,000.
8-27-12 Christopher and Laura George to Jef-
frey S. Nemeck, 749 Clinton Street, $133,500.
8-30-12 Mary Lynne Hugert to Louis Bri-
an and Annie R. Hild, 1004 Jefferson Street,
$139,000.
8-31-12 Lawrence Hamann Jr. To Daniel and
Adelina, 316 Walnut Street, $43,000.
Put In Bay Village School
8-24-12 Lynne E. Pape to Cherilyn M. Scurtz
and Jacob N. Maciejewski, 1602 Airline Drive,
$366,000.
8-27-12 John R. Donahue to Mark Mathys,
1230 Tri Motor Unit 2 & 6, $100,000.
8-27-12 John R. Donahue to Paul Jeris, 1230
Tri Motor Unit 3, $50,000.
8-27-12 John R. Donahue to Paul Jeris, 1230
Tri Motor Unit 7, $50,000.
Put In Bay Corp.
8-29-12 PIB Homes LLC to Commodore Re-
sorts, lot 7, $300,000.
Salem Township
8-30-12 Donna G. and Glenn H. Witter et al
to Federal Home loan Mortgage Corporation,
344 North Leutz Road, $10,000.
Oak Harbor Corp.
8-31-12 Huntington National Bank to Eric
Kaiser, 188 Coopers Trail, $186,000.
8-28-12 Steven P. and Lisa G. Slomsky to Paul
E. and Patricia G. Coutcher, 209 South Robin-
son Drive, $162,000.
Real Estate Transfers
LEGAL AD/
NOTIFICATION
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT CLINTON
WALNUT AND OAK STREET
STORM WATER PUMP STATIONS
SERVICE UPGRADES The proj-
ect consists of a new electrical
service at 480V-3PH and re-
feeding the two (2) existing
pump stations in the City of Port
Clinton, Ohio. All labor, material
and equipment needed shall be
provided by the bidder. The
Engineer’s Estimate for the proj-
ect is $90,000.00. Sealed bids
will be received by the City of
Port Clinton, Ohio, at the offce
of the Safety Service Director,
1868 E. Perry St., Port Clinton,
Ohio, until 10:00 a.m. on Octo-
ber 1, 2012, at which time they
will be publicly opened and
read. Bids shall be enclosed in a
sealed envelope with the bid-
der’s name, address and the title
“Bid for Walnut and Oak Street
Storm Water Pump Stations Ser-
vice Upgrades Project – PORT
CLINTON, OHIO – DO NOT OPEN
UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON OCTOBER
1, 2012” shown on the outside.
Envelope shall be addressed to
the SAFTY SERVICE DIRECTOR.
Copies of the Drawings and
Specifcations may be examined
at the offce of the Safety Service
Director, 1868 E. Perry St., with-
out charge. Copies may be
obtained from the offce of the
Safety Service Director, 1868 E.
Perry Street, Port Clinton, Ohio
for $25.00, cash or check pay-
able to the City of Port Clinton,
non-refundable, for each set of
documents. Bids must be sub-
mitted on the forms supplied in
the Specifcations and shall be
accompanied by either a Bid
Bond in the amount of 100% of
the amount of the bid with sat-
isfactory corporate surety, or by
a certifed check on a solvent
bank in the amount of not less
than ten percent 10% of the
amount of the bid, subject to
conditions provided in the
Instructions to Bidders. The suc-
cessful bidder will be required to
furnish satisfactory performance,
labor and material and guaran-
tee bonds in the amounts stated
in the specifcations. All contrac-
tors and subcontractors involved
with the project will, to the
extent practicable, use Ohio
Products, materials, services and
labor in the implementation of
their project. Additionally, Con-
tractor compliance with the
equal opportunity employment
requirements of the Ohio Admin-
istrative Code Chapter123, the
Governor’s Executive Order of
1972, and Governor’s Executive
Oder 84-9 shall be required. The
Contractor shall be required to
pay not less than minimum
wage rates established by the
Department of Industrial Rela-
tions of the State of Ohio. Any
bid may be withdrawn prior to
the scheduled closing time for
the receipt of bids, but no bidder
shall withdraw his bid within 60
days after the actual bid open-
ing. The City reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to
accept the lowest and best
responsive bid. The City of Port
Clinton is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. (Published in the Bea-
con: 9-13, 2012 and 9-20,
2012)
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LEGAL AD/NOTIFICATION
National Grandparents Day was celebrated on Septem-
ber 9. If you’re a grandparent yourself, you already know
the pleasures of having grandchildren in your life. So you
may want to take this occasion to think of ways you can
help those grandchildren get the most out of their lives.
Perhaps the most valuable thing you could give to your
grandkids is the gift of education. Consider this: Over a
lifetime, college graduates earn, on average, about $1 mil-
lion more than those without a degree according to the
Census Bureau. So, putting money toward your grandchil-
dren’s college education is probably a pretty good invest-
ment.
Furthermore, your grandchildren may well need the
help, because college is expensive and costs continue to
rise. Consequently, you may want to contribute to a 529
plan. You have several options for how the money can be
invested and contribution limits are quite high. All with-
drawals are free from federal income taxes, provided the
money is used for qualifed college expenses. (Keep in
mind, though, that non-qualifed withdrawals will be tax-
able and possibly subject to penalties.) Plus, if you invest
in your own state’s 529 plan, your contributions may be
deductible on your state income taxes.
If you name one grandchild as a benefciary of a 529
plan and that grandchild decides not to go to college, you
can switch the account to another grandchild — in other
words, you maintain control of the money for the life of
the account.
Of course, despite its economic benefts, college is not for
everyone. So if you wanted to provide fnancial help to a
grandchild who seems likely to choose a different route in
life, what could you do?
One possibility is to set up a custodial account, often
known as an UGMA (Uniform Gift to Minors Act) or
UTMA (Uniform Transfer to Minors Act). You can fund
a custodial account with many different types of invest-
ments, but the use of the money is entirely up to your
grandchildren when they reach the age of termination in
whatever state in which they live. But if your reason for
funding a custodial account is simply to provide a gift,
then you might not be concerned with how the money is
used.
On the other hand, if you want to give your grandchil-
dren a fnancial gift with greater control, you may want to
speak to your attorney about your options. One possibility
is to set up an irrevocable trust. You can fund this trust
with either cash or securities and specify at the time the
trust is created when the funds can be used. So For exam-
ple, you can provide that the trust pay your grandchild a
certain amount of money at one age, with another install-
ment coming several years later. Keep in mind, though,
that trusts are complex instruments and may have tax con-
siderations, so in addition to consulting with an attorney,
you’ll want to discuss your plans with your tax advisor.
Whichever option is right for your family, use Grandpar-
ents Day as an opportunity to consider the ways in which
you can give something to the grandchildren who give so
much to you.
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your
local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.
with GARY COON
Financial Focus
Consider These Financial Gifts
for Your Grandchildren
PROBATE COURT OF OTTA-
WA COUNTY, OHIO Kathleen
L. Giesler, Judge. IN RE:
CHANGE OF NAME OF: Josh-
ua Mycal Barron (Present Name)
Joshua Mycal Key (Name
Requested). Case Number
20127010. Notice of Hearing On
Change of Name (R.C.2717.01).
Applicant hereby gives notice to
all interested persons (Necessary
person whose address is
unknown) that the applicant has
fled an Application for Change
of Name in the Probate Court of
OTTAWA County, Ohio, request-
ing the change of name of Josh-
ua Mycal Barron to Joshua
Mycal Key. The hearing on the
application will be held on the
18th day of October, 2012 at
2:00 o’clock P.M. in the Probate
Court of Ottawa, County, located
at 315 Madison Street, Room
306, Port Clinton, OH 43452.
(Published September 13, 2012/
The Beacon).
AUCTION
HEADER
Auction - Saturday, September
15, 2012. Port Clinton Storage
Condominiums, Unit B-109.
3930 State Route 2 West Port
Clinton, OH 43452 10:00 a.m.
40+ wood hull boat partially
fberglassed over, no engines,
very poor condition. For Addi-
tional Information, call John
Caputo 419-345-9135.
CONDO
FOR RENT
TWO Townhouses for Rent by
Marblehead Lighthouse, 2 Bed-
room, 2 Bath. ONE - Fully Fur-
nished, ONE - Unfurnished. Both
with garage. Available October
1st. 419-656-4474.
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Fully fur-
nished. 1st Floor, washer/drier,
end unit. Port Clinton. $650
plus electric. Available early
September 614-579-6061.
Off Season Rental. September -
May. 1 Bedroom, WATERFRONT
#2, Port Clinton. $500 plus
electric. 419-438-2310.
Greencove Condo by Davis-
Besse. Townhouse - fully fur-
nished. No pets. No smoking.
Available September through
April 1, 2013. Call 614-620-
4360.
One bedroom Green Cove condo
on lake. All amenities. $550.00,
plus electric. Available Septem-
ber through Memorial Day/2013.
Call 614-563-5729.
CONDO
FOR SALE
HARBORSIDE WATERFRONT
CONDO WITH 30’ DEEDED
BOAT SLIP AND 23’ TIARA
SPORT BOAT FOR SALE!!!
Top Floor, 2 BD, 2 BA, Town-
house Condo with Spectacular
view of Marina and Portage
River Boat Traffc. Back View of
Lake Erie Islands. New Berber
Carpet, Floors and Blinds with
Newer Appliances. Walking Dis-
tance to Jet Express Dock and
Port Clinton Downtown.23’
Tiara/Slickcraft Powerboat well
equipped and in the water ready
to go. Boat, Dock and Condo
for $149,900. Call 757-567-
7053.
COTTAGE
FOR SALE
LARGE COTTAGE FOR SALE
BY OWNER 152 Channel
Grove, Marblehead. New Roofs,
Sleeps Six, Two Bedrooms/One
Bath. Enclosed 12x24 Porch.
Large Great Room. New vinyl
windows, Detached 24x24
garage. $102,000 OBO. 419-
239-4422.
FOR
RENT
For Rent Workshop/Warehouse/
Storage Space. 15’ x 32’ - 22’ x
27’ - 20’ x 48’ - and 24’ x 48’
units: metered electric, heat,
overhead and man doors: Port
Clinton and West Port Clinton
location: rents starting @ $125
per month for additional infor-
mation call John at 419-345-
9135.
GARAGE
SALE
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9-3pm. 1907 No. Concord Circle,
Colony Club NW Catawba Road.
Collectables, household goods,
dehumidifer, much more.
YARD
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This is the one you’ve waited for
all summer! Come on over!
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9-4pm.
615 Jefferson Street, Port Clin-
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LOTS
FOR SALE
WATERFRONT MARBLEHEAD
BUILDING LOT in high end gated
community off Bay Shore Road
with a 300’ private beach, huge
private marina, clubhouse &
pool. Build a 50’ dock at your
back door! $80,000 by owner.
Call 216-225-5775.
CAR PORT
FOR SALE
I purchased a 16’ wide x 26’ tan
carport two years ago for tem-
porary storage for my boat. I
paid $1,000 and am selling it
for $650. Buyer will need to dis-
assemble it. Rebar is easy to
remove. Please call me at 216-
407-2479 if you’re interested in
seeing it
MISCELLANEOUS/
MISC.FOR SALE
2012 6 X 12 Enclosed Utility
Trailor. Like New Condition.
$22,075 614-207-1724. In
Port Clinton.
SNOWMOBILE
ITEMS
Ladies black leather two-piece
Large/Ex Large $200 (paid
$800);boots men/woman $15/
each; Helmets men/woman $25/
each-full face. Like new. 937-
284-0697.
MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
Well maintained 12 x 60 Mobile
Home in year round park in
Marblehead (Danbury Township)
located right on the Sandusky
Bay. Three bedrooms, large
enclosed, attached porch. Many
furnishings staying, including the
washer, dryer, refrigerator and
range. Shed and concrete patio
in back. Wood deck in front. City
water and sewer. Lot rent
includes water and garbage
pick-up. Low cost dockage right
in the park. Quiet paved street
with only 21 Mobile Homes. Year
Round Residence or Summer
Getaway. $5,000 or best offer.
Contact Bryan (216)287-6412
By Owner. Midway marina. All
electric, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Updated appliances. West Har-
bor Channel. Boat Docks avail-
able. $27500 419-797-9530.
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Located behind Friendship Station - Rt. 269
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Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Offce • 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 • 877-734-5751
Port Clinton
• Own it all! No lot rent!
• 2001 RV on lot with 30 ft slip
• Portage River – minutes to Lake
• Like new interior, furnished. $18,000
Sharon Polanco 419-341-0080
Catawba
• Custom built – hardwood & granite
throughout
• 4.9 acres with 4 outbuildings
• Must see to appreciate
• $465,000
Rob Ault 419-341-6769
Catawba Clifs
• 3 bd/2.5 ba. 2832 sq. ft.
• Updated 2010, views of Lake
• www.HowardHanna.com/20125169
• $599,000
Ted/Mark 419-563-4968
Marblehead
• Charming 2 bed 2 bath cluster
home
• Beautifully maintained, freshly
painted
• Open living areas. Agent Owner
• $135,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Port Clinton
• Move right in w/home warranty
• 3 bed/1 bath – 1062 sq. ft.
• 1.2 acre spacious lot
• $79,900
Mary Ann Gecsi 419-734-5751
Open Saturday 1:30-3:30
2900 Risingsun – Port Clinton
• 4 bed 2.5 bath home on large lot
• Canal community, dockage available
• Pool & out bldgs need tlc
• $189,900
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Port Clinton
• Waterfront with dockage
• Easy access to Lake Erie
• 2 bed 2 bath with shed
• $44,900
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Catawba
• 4 bedroom 2 baths home
• Full basement, spacious deck
• Fenced in backyard – move in ready
• $239,900
Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Marblehead
• Home on 8 acres lot size 233x1492
• Approx 2 acres zoned commercial,
highly visible
• One of a kind property, many
possibilities
• $159,000
Sharon Polanco 419-341-0080
Port Clinton
• Enlarged living areas
• Double lot w/2 car garage
• One block from beach & park
• $79,900
Margaret Lenthe 419-341-2014
Marblehead
• Waterfront development with deeded
dock
• Well maintained, 3 bed 2 full baths
• Open kitchen & living areas, furnished
• $95,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Open Friday 5-7
816 Third St – Port Clinton
• 3 bed 1 bath home with fenced yard
• 2 car garage, many updates
• Close to beach and city park
• $59,500
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Port Clinton
• 3 bed 1 ½ bath home
• Great neighborhood close to schools
• Large fenced backyard
• $104,000
Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Catawba
• 3 bed/3.5 bath, updated townhouse
• Lake view, sandy beach, lkfrt pool
• www.howardhanna.com/20105989
• $334,900
Ted/Glenna 419-563-4968
Marblehead
• Waterfront with spectacular views!
• Custom built with open foor plan
• Furnished – ready to go!
• $875,000
Ellen Calzonetti 419-341-9578
Port Clinton
• Cozy 2 bed 2 bath double wide
• Many upgrades. Screened in patio/deck
• 55+ park, year round
• $74,900
Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
Howard Hanna SOLD more than
34,000 homes in 2011.
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We’re SOLD on bringing buyers to your doorstep!
www.howardhanna.com – open 24/7
*Based on Howard Hanna’s closed
property transactions, 2011.
NEW
LISTING
NEW
LISTING
NEW
LISTING
NEW
LISTING
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2007 TOYOTA RAV4
One owner, 73,000 miles
asking $13,500
419-341-1878
john@thebeacon.net
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Real Estate Services
419-341-0276 (Cell)
419-798-5132 (Office)
To view a complete list of available
properties and photobooks log onto
tomijohnson.com
Tomi L. Johnson
CRS CRB, E-PRO
BROKER ASSOCIATE
Named Howard Hanna's
VERY Best of the Best!
OPEN HOUSE
Sat. Sept. 15th 12-4pm
Sun. Sept. 16th 12-4pm
• Expansive Rooms
• 3 Bedrooms, 2 Masters
• 3 Car Garage
• Picturesque Landscaping
• Formal Dining Room
$339,000
4245 E LAUREL RIDGE
4762 WOODLAND
10654 E BAYSHORE RD #77
JUST LISTED
• Pointe Falls
• Gated Community & Pool
• Beautiful Views
• Ground Floor Unit
$249,000
OPEN HOUSE
Sat. Sept. 15th 12-4pm
Sun. Sept. 16th 12-4pm
• Custom Built
• Priced under appraisal
• Beautifully Landscaped
• Open Floor-plan
$349,000
$699,999.
• LakefrontColonyClubTownhomewiththreebedrooms
andloftarea.
• ThereareonlythreeCatawbaIslandcondosontheshores
ofLakeEriew/attached2cargarageandover2500sqft.
• Deepwatermarinaatyourbackdoorwithdirectaccess
toLakeErie-Marinashare(ownership)isincludedinthe
priceofthecondo!
$179,900.
•2BRTownhomeincluding35ftdock(F-11)in
privatemarina.
•Meticulousconditionwith3rdfloorbonusroom.
•Spaciouspatiooffdiningroomw/storage.
•Newappliances&blindsinLR-April2010.
•NewfurnaceandA/Cinstalledin2008!New
roofin2006.
$148,000.
•TurnkeytwobedroomCondohasbeenentirely
refurbishedwithnewpaint,ceilingfan,stove,
microwave,garbagedisposal,newbath,newtwin
sofabed,andnewbedinMasterbedroom.
•OutsidebalconywithLakeErieviewsandglistening
sunsets.
•Thiscondoisinpristinecondition.
•Associationfeeincludeswi-fiandcable.
$309,900.
•Updated2BR2BALakefrontCondoinaNan-
tucket-themegatedcommunityw/spectacular
LakeErie&Islandviews.
•Sandybeach,pool,andputtinggreen.
•Watchbaldeaglesfromthecovereddeck
whichislikeanotherroom.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 4370-B. MARIN WOODS
PORT CLINTON. 248-F LAKESHORE. WATERFRONT II
CATAWBA ISLAND. 2212 CARRIAGE LANE #5
CATAWBA ISLAND. 5481 NANTUCKET. CATAWBA SHORES NORTH
“I Sell Views!”
Sharon Woodson, CRS
Real Estate Mortgages Title Insurance
Contact Me: 419-732-3020
Mobile: 419-356-0348
www.SWoodson.com
woodson@thirdplanet.net
OPENHOUSE
248-FLakeshore.WaterfrontsII.OPENSAT.1–3............................. $148,000.
BAYPOINTCONDOSOPENSUN.1-3
10941E.Bayshore304-B.................................................................................. $275,000.
10851Bayshore#1202......................................................................................$329,900.
10861Bayshoare#1102.................................................................................... $299,000.
10951Bayshore#208-C.................................................................................... $275,000.
PONTOON
BOAT
16-Foot Fiberglass Pontoon
9.9Johnson Long Shaft electric
start. $2250.00 OBO. Trailer.
Goose Blind. Dock. Toussaint
River Oak Harbor, OH. 724-954-
5925.
PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Port Clinton area 1 Acre Lot on
Bayview Drive on Sandusky Bay.
Call 937-344-1236 for details.
PUBLIC
ANNOUNCEMENT
BANKRUPTCY FOR A FRESH
START CALL TOM CON-
NOLLY AT 419-898-2889.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
BUSINESS CONDO - WHY
RENT? 2000 Square feet.
Great location on Rt 163 near Rt
269. Large overhead rear door.
419-341-5011.
ADOPTION
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AUTOS WANTED/
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Truck, Running or Not. Call for
INSTANT offer: 1-800-454-6951
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
$30,000 Income Opportunity
Absolutely No Cost To You! Pro-
vide Discount Pharmacy Cards to
Uninsureds Call Now Receive
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EDUCATION/
SCHOOL
Finish High School at home in a
few weeks. First Coast Academy,
1-800-658-1180x130. www.fca-
highschool.org
ELECTRONICS
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Promotional Prices start at
$19.99/Mo for DISH for 12/Mos.
Call Today! Ask about Next Day
Installation. 800-375-0784
Direct To Home Satellite TV
$19.99/mo. Free Installation
FREE HD/DVR Upgrade Credit/
Debit Card Req. Call 1-800-795-
3579
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
HIRING: Workers Needed to
Assemble Products at Home. No
selling, $500 weekly potential.
Info. 1-985-646-1700 DEPT.
CAD-4085.
Live like a rockstar. Now hiring
10 spontaneous individuals.
Travel full time. Must be 18+.
Transportation and hotel provid-
ed. Call Loraine 877-777-2091.
Over 18? Can’t miss limited
opportunity to travel with suc-
cessful young business group.
Paid training. Transportation/
Lodging. Unlimited income
potential. 877-646.5050.
FINANCIAL
HEADER
LAWSUIT CASH Auto Accident?
All Cases Qualify. Get CASH
before your case settles! Fast
Approval. Low Fees. (866) 709-
1100 or www.glofn.com
MISCELLANEOUS/
MISC FOR SALE
CANADA DRUG CENTER. Safe
and affordable medications. Save
up to 90% on your medication
needs. Call 1-888-734-1530
($25.00 off your frst prescrip-
tion and free shipping.)
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
BENEFITS. WIN or Pay Nothing!
Start Your Application In Under
60 Seconds. Contact Disability
Group, Inc. Licensed Attorneys &
BBB Accredited. Call 1-888-606-
4790.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
Home. *Medical, *Business,
*Criminal Justice, *Hospitality.
Job placement assistance. Com-
puter available. Financial Aid if
qualifed. Call 800-494-3586
www.CenturaOnline.com
AIRLINE CAREERS begin here -
Become an Aviation Mainte-
nance Tech. FAA approved train-
ing. Financial aid if qualifed -
Housing available. Job place-
ment assistance. Call AIM
(866)453-6204
$$OLD GUITARS WANTED$$
Gibson,Fender,Martin,Gretsch.
1920’s to 1980’s. Top Dollar
paid. Toll Free: 1-866-433-8277
CASH FOR CARS, Any Make or
Model! Free Towing. Sell it
TODAY. Instant offer: 1-800-864-
5784
WANTED
TO BUY
Wants to purchase minerals and
other oil and gas interests. Send
details to P.O. Box 13557 Den-
ver, Co. 80201
Yearbooks “Up to $20 paid for
high school yearbooks 1900 -
1988. www.yearbookusa.com or
214-514-1040.
CA$H PAID- up to $26/Box for
unexpired, sealed DIABETIC TEST
STRIPS. Hablamos Espanol.
1-800-371-1136
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS Wanted
We Pay More! All Major Brands
Bought Dtsbuyer.com 1-866-
446-3009
Reader Advisory: The National
Trade Association we belong to
has purchased the above classi-
feds. Determining the value of
their service or product is
advised by this publication. In
order to avoid misunderstand-
ings, some advertisers do not
offer employment but rather
supply the readers with manuals,
directories and other materials
designed to help their clients
establish mail order selling and
other businesses at home. Under
NO circumstance should you
send any money in advance or
give the client your checking,
license ID, or credit card num-
bers. Also beware of ads that
claim to guarantee loans regard-
less of credit and note that if a
credit repair company does busi-
ness only over the phone it is
illegal to request any money
before delivering its service. All
funds are based in US dollars.
Toll free numbers may or may
not reach Canada.
PONTOON BOAT FINANCIAL
PROPERTY FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS/
MISC FOR SALE
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
ADOPTION
AUTOS WANTED/
DONATED
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED TO BUY
EDUCATION/SCHOOL
ELECTRONICS
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
6B Thursday, September 13, 2012

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$
23,490*
$
20,695*
$
26,894*
$
24,999*
Baumann Price
2012 Chrysler 300
#C12C211 MSRP $29,595
Our goal is to sell every vehicle for
$200 LESS than the competition!
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2013 Dodge Dart
#C12J161 MSRP $26,090
$
20,999*
$
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Baumann Price
2012 Jeep Patriot Sport
#C12J099 MSRP $22,565
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$
28,999*
Baumann Price
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
#C125152 MSRP $31,920
$
18,999*
Baumann Price
2012 Dodge Journey
#C12C334 MSRP $23,990
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$
19,699*
Baumann Price
2012 Jeep Compass
#C12J160 MSRP $21,625
$
19,602*
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#B3501 MSRP $20,680
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2012 Dodge Ram 1500
#ND1273 Crew Cab MSRP $35,320
$
28,988*
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