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INSIDE RECORDS 2A n AROUND OTTAWA COUNTY 4A n SCHOOLS 7A nBUSINESS 4B nSPORTS 1B n CLASSIFIED 4B
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tinually upgrade the content on
our website, www.thebeacon.net.
We are adding new features and
stories every day to help you re-
main current with community
news about Port Clinton, Cataw-
ba, Marblehead and Oak Harbor.
Since this is election time and to
assist you in your voting choices,
we are making the video of the
Thursday, Oct. 11 Candidates
and Issues forum held at the Port
Clinton Elks Lodge available on-
line.
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Tonight is the Celebrity Waiter
event at Mon Ami. All the gra-
tuities from those dining there
tonight will be donated to the lo-
cal programs of the Port Clinton
Business and Professional Wom-
ens group. This week is BPW
week in Ohio. The members of
BPW strive toward the objectives
of economic and workplace eq-
uity for working women. There is
a special BPW display in the front
window of the Frederick Agency
across from the Port Clinton post
offce through Friday. Check it
out.
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Our Find Wylie win-
ner is Nancy Rudes
from Port Clinton who
was among 223 contes-
tants who found Wylie
hiding in the ad for Discount
Flooring and Design on page 4A
in last weeks Beacon. Nancy wins
our weekly $20 gift card from
Friendship Food Stores. Well be
hiding Wylie again this week, if
you fnd him, drop off an entry
form at our offce in the Beacon
Place Business Center or click on
the Find Wylie Icon at our web-
site, www.thebeacon.net.
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Dont forget that this Saturday,
Oct. 27, is national Make A Dif-
ference Day, an opportunity for
anyone to fnd a project to help
or clean up our communities.
One of those organizations you
might like to help is the Hu-
mane Society of Ottawa County
who will be hosting two days this
weekend to clean things up inside
and outside around the construc-
tion area of their new expansion.
Anyone who shows up either day
will get a chance to win a gas card
or pizza certifcates.
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Halloween is coming up quick-
ly. Main Street Port Clinton is
inviting all young ghosts and
goblins to downtown for special
trick or treat fun. Look for the
pumpkin in participating busi-
nesss windows from 1-3 p.m.
this Saturday, Oct. 27.
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There will be a Rummage Sale
this Saturday, Oct. 27, at St. Paul
United Church of Christ, 165
Toussaint Street in Oak Harbor
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everything
will be half price after 1 p.m. For
more information, contact Jackie
Timmons at 419-898-2045 or if
you have items you would like to
donate.
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Saturday is also the Downtown
Farmers Market in downtown
Oak Harbor from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. They will also be holding a
costume contest for children un-
der age 12 at 11 a.m. There will
be costume winners in several
categories and lots of great ven-
dors with fresh farm produce, cut
fowers and all types of plants,
fruit, cider handmade crafts, gar-
den dcor, antiques, art, music,
jewelry and gourmet food items.
Call the Oak Harbor Chamber of
Commerce if you are interested
in being a vendor at 419-898-
0479.
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Then on Sunday, the Oak Har-
bor Knights of Columbus will
be sponsoring an all-you-can-
eat sausage gravy, biscuits and
scrambled eggs family breakfast
at St. Boniface Catholic Church
beginning at 9 a.m. The menu
also includes homemade rolls,
homemade applesauce, coffee,
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Bowersox and Kaptur visit OFA offce in Port Clinton
BY DONNA LUEKE
Elliston native, American Idol fnalist,
songwriter and recording artist Crystal
Bowersox and Congresswoman Marcy
Kaptur thanked volunteers and hosted
a canvass kick off at the Obama For
Americas Port Clinton offce on Satur-
day afternoon. The event was part of
OFAs Women Decide 2012 initiative.
The Port Clinton stop was one of a half
dozen stops in Northwest Ohio for Bower-
sox over the weekend. She told the group
of more than 30 volunteers We are all
here for the same reason. My values are in
line with those of President Obama, so I
am here to support him and you.
Congresswoman Kaptur also thanked
those working for Obamas reelection, We
appreciate you being here and walking for
families who want to preserve the values
and programs that support the middle
class and that support good businesses
who treat people well.
Bowersox then sang Jewels A Life Un-
common and her own compositions
Holy Toledo and Home is the Place.
She said that though she now lives in Port-
land, Oregon, she considers Northwest
Ohio my home through and through, and
I want to help.
Bowersox and Kaptur signed autographs,
posed for photographs, answered ques-
tions and visited with volunteers.
As Bowersox headed on to her next stop
in Sandusky, energized volunteers gath-
ered survey sheets to canvas Ottawa Coun-
ty neighborhoods on the cool October af-
ternoon.
Representative Kaptur and Crystal Bowersox enjoy a cell-phone photo.
Representative Randy Gardner was at the Ottawa County
Board of Elections on a Romney campaign bus on Monday af-
ternoon. Left to right: Representative Gardner, Mary Coffee,
Lyndin White and Linda Meyer.

ROMNEY BUS IN OTTAWA COUNTY
Virginia Park, Ottawa County Recorder, has sub-
mitted her letter of retirement effective Oct. 31. Park
stated her reason is to lock in the benefts that she has
accrued in 27 years working under that retirement
system, and that, in order to do that, she needed to
retire before January 1. When the state legislature
changed public employee retirement laws this sum-
mer, it prompted thousands of workers across the
state to retire before January.
Park is on the ballot for the Nov. 6 general election.
Park stated in her letter to the County Commission-
ers , I expect to be re-elected as Recorder in the gen-
eral election for the term beginning 1/7/2013. It is
my current intention to serve that full four-year term
through January 2017, if possible.
She is requesting the Commissioners appoint her
to serve in the interim position of Recorder until the
Democratic Central Committee meets in special ses-
sion to fll the un-expired term. I believe it is in the
best interest of the citizens of Ottawa County for me
to continue in the position during this time of transi-
tion.
County Recorder Park retires,
requests interim appointment
The Ottawa County Board of Elections mailed postcards
to registered voters in Danbury 1, Danbury 2 and Dan-
bury 3 precincts indicating a polling location change. The
date of the General Election was incorrectly listed as Nov.8.
The correct date is Tuesday, Nov. 6. In addition, the polling
location was listed as the new Maintenance building on the
east side of the school. The new Maintenance building is
on the west side of the school.
Danbury polling
location change
Death penalty forum at
Immaculate Conception
BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
Last week we published the very personal testimony
of Jack Resetar, a local resident and parishioner at
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. He had
the opportunity to listen to a talk from Sister Helen
Prejean who wrote the book, Dead Man Walking
that was made into a major motion picture. Rese-
tar was extremely moved by Sr. Prejean and decided
to study the subject of capital punishment. Jack has
spent the better part of the last three months organiz-
ing a program on the Death Penalty in Ohio for this
Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
They have brought in two speakers, Joe DAmbrosio
and Fr. Neil Kookothe. DAmbrosio spent 22 years on
Ohios Death Row proclaiming his innocence to no
avail until he collaborated with Fr. Kookothe, a former
practicing nurse who also became an attorney after
his ordination to the priesthood. It took Fr. Kookothe
and DAmbrosio another 14 years but they managed
to get the conviction overturned in the courts and to-
day DAmbrosio is a free man.
Jack Resetar went from being ambivalent about the
death penalty to being a strong advocate to abolish
the Ohio law that allows capital punishment. I now
understand that killing for the sake of justice is always
wrong; that the antidote to violence is not more vio-
lence.
They will be joined by Immaculate Conception par-
ish priest Fr. John Miesler, who makes a note at every
Mass when there is about to be an execution in Ohio
and asks his congregation to pray for the person on
death row.
The special program featuring Joe DAmbrosio and
Fr. Neil Kookothe will be held at Immaculate Con-
ception Church this Sunday, Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. The
public is welcome.
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Malinda M. Schultz, 94, of Oak Harbor, died
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at Bethesda Care Center,
Fremont. She was born on November 25, 1917 in Oak
Harbor.
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day, Oct. 22, at the Robinson-Walker Funeral Home &
Crematory, Oak Harbor, with interment to follow in
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Obituaries Letters
Marriage Licenses
Aaron Horvath, 25, customer service/technician of
Dublin, to Meghan Fowler, 25, registered nurse, of
Genoa.
James Schnabel, 24, golf course superintendent, to Al-
lyson Crawford, 25, potter, both of Elmore.
Daniel Bond, 22, water treatment operator, to Heather
Witt, 20, cosmetologist, both of Oak Harbor.
Mitchell Holland, 32, salesman, of Fremont, to Kath-
leen Fowler, 24, care manager, of Oak Harbor.
hot chocolate and juice. They are asking for a donation
of $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and $3 for children
under 12.
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The Salvation Armys Port Clinton Service Center will be
holding their 19th Annual Red Kettle Campaign Kick-
off Celebration and signup to ring the bell this Thursday,
Nov. 1, at 7:30 a.m. at Catawba Island Club. Breakfast will
be provided. Local Salvation Army coordinator Maureen
Saponari asks everybody to join them to help ring in the
holiday season by volunteering a couple of hours to help
make miracles happen throughout the year.
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Mark your calendars for Saturday, Nov. 3, as the Men
of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church present their
all-you-can-eat Spaghetti Dinner from 6-8 p.m. Adult
dinners are just $8 while children under 13 can eat for just
$5. Carryouts are available. Takeout sauce is also available
for just $7 per quart. All proceeds for this event beneft the
parish. The event is held at the ICS Gym.
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Cleats is holding its 2nd Annual Athletics Fundraiser
on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. It is a Chili Cook-off and all
proceeds are shared between Danbury and Port Clinton
youth athletics. For $20 you can show off your skills and
enter the cook-off or simply go to Cleats and enjoy the
fare for $10. Entries are due by this Sunday, Oct. 28. The
winner of the Peoples Choice award gets a $100+ gift bas-
ket, while the Judges Choice award gets a $50+ gift basket.
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Well, I guess now that the trees are turning colors and
the calendar reads mid October, it is time to start thinking
of Christmas. Well, heres a neat idea. Why not ask Santa
Claus to come visit your house? Santa has agreed to make
private home visits here while his elves are busy. What a
great idea for your kids and grandkids. Or your neighbor
kids. Or your kids school or pre-school. Or your church
group or offce party. To schedule a time or date for a visit
(adult parents and grandparents only please) please call
419-734-0515. The cost of a visit is $50 per half hour with
$10 of each visit going to the Port Clinton Area 4th of July
Celebration.
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Apple Festival
The 34
th
Annual Apple Festival was held on Oct. 13-14.
What a wonderful weekend flled with food, rides, crafts
and entertainment. The festival and all of the great activi-
ties would not be possible without the help of generous
sponsors and volunteers. The Oak Harbor Area Chamber
of Commerce would like to thank the following busi-
nesses and individuals for their contribution to this years
festival:
Candy Apple Sponsors:
McDonalds
Carroll Township
Civilian Marksmanship Program
Community Markets
Magruder Hospital
National Bank of Ohio
Tofts Dairy
The Village of Oak Harbor

Additional Sponsors:
Bay Park Community Hospital
Materion
Lake Erie Shores & Islands
Buehler Excavating LTD
Kocher & Gillum
Nationwide Insurance-Oak Harbor Grob Agency
Signature Label
US Bank
Sprouse Insurance
Millers New Market
LUC ICE

Special Thanks to:
PENTA/Oak Harbor FFA Chapter & Advisors, Dave
Franck, Danny Rife, Austin Short, Kevin Darr, Don Doug-
las, Pat Peters, Valerie Winterfeld, Charlotte Striker, Ryan
Ambrozy, Paulette Weirich, Debi Heiks, Kathy Cochran,
Vern Conley, Michelle Ish, Julie & Alex Solis, Nadine
Thompson, Amy Lutman, Sandy Laubacher & Family,
Bob & Kim Wistinghausen, Mark & Kim Geldein, Mayor
Fred Conley, Oak Harbor Police Department, Village of
Oak Harbor Electrical Department, Village of Oak Har-
bor Street Department, Portage Fire District, Mid County
EMS, Carroll Twp. Police Department & EMS, Ottawa
County Sheriff s Offce, ODOT, Class A Dance Studio,
Boy Scout Troop 316, Frontier Communications, Mill
Street Brew, Jasons Pumpkin Patch, Wistinghausen Florist
& Greenhouses, Schiets Motorsports, BCS Schools, 2011-
2012 Royalty Court & Families, 2012-2013 Royalty Court
& Families, Oak Harbor Hardware, Spangler Motors, US
Bank, National Bank of Ohio, Ken Kiser Sound, Durant
Amusements, Lynda Mackey, Kelly & Samantha Phillips,
Moore Orchards, Neil Wilson, Sandra Mosley, Roy Win-
terfeld, Bill Howey, Julie Hasselbach, Mike Sprouse, Kris
Atwater, Lynn Tebbe, Shane Priddy and everyone who
came out to enjoy the festival and support the community
and the Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce.
Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Port Clinton Farmers Market.
I have participated in the farmers market over the past two
years. This year however I do not think it offcially existed.
Port Clinton has become our adopted home over the last
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& Accessories
Store Hours:
Mon-Sat 10-6
Closed Sunday
Late Night Shoping on Tursdays till 8pm
last four years. We came to visit a rela-
tive who had a RV located in Tall Timbers
Campground and in short order we pur-
chased an RV and have almost literally
spent every weekend since from April to
November 1st.... and a weekend or two
in between as well, here in Port Clinton.
During that time I became a beekeeper and
now sell honey at a few local events here in
the PC area as well as our home located in
Grove City, Ohio. The Port Clinton Farm-
ers market was by far our favorite place to
sell our local and some not so local honey.
We have met so many great residents of
Port Clinton and it has further reinforced
our future plans to relocate to Port Clinton
after our children fnish school.
My wife and I are oncology registered
nurses and are also impressed with the
available medical facilities the area offers.
We would really love to see the farmers
market come back in an offcial capacity.
Yes, to sell my honey, but more importantly
to help promote a local unity and pride in
our community. As a hobby beekeeper, I
never had much need to sell honey other
than to promote my newfound passion in
a time when pesticides have become too
effcient, not only killing the bugs we fnd
to be a nuisance to crops but killing to our
natural pollinators as well. In participat-
ing in the PC farmers market I got my cake
and was able to eat it, too. Promote bee-
keeping, sell honey and maybe most im-
portantly, making new friends who cared
about and supported the Port Clinton area.
Both Oak Harbor and Sandusky have won-
derful and vibrant farmers markets.
When I set up to sell honey for our
farmers market I was the only ven-
dor present this entire season.
Part of what the farmers market did each
week other than enrich our community
was to help generate funds to support the
PC Chamber of Commerce, I believe. Each
vendor paid a ten dollar fee to participate.
While no one was available to pay this fee
to this year I took it upon myself to clean
all the litter in the Adams Street area as my
way to help support Port Clinton.
I hope next year we can generate inter-
est again to promote the farmers market in
an offcial capacity. It may be small but the
beneft to our city was huge in my opinion.
Great people supporting this great city.
Jerry Hinton
Salvation Army
Each year I write a letter to the editor after
the Bell Ringing/Christmas season, thank-
ing the community for their extraordinary
dedication to The Salvation Army in Ot-
tawa County. This past week I have been
the recipient of three extraordinary events.
While shopping at our local Wal Mart for
items for the food pantry located in our of-
fce, with two shopping carts full of non-
perishables, toiletries and paper products,
I proceeded to unload the cart (with the
help of a very kind woman behind me) a
cashier, Kari, proceeded to not only scan
each and every item in a very quick and
timely manner, but she also sorted every-
thing according to product while packing
the bags. Nearly 400 items and $600 later,
not only did Kari have my carts loaded, but
also had called someone to help me out to
my car, all while listening to me talk about
the food pantry and all of the other pro-
grams we have at The Salvation Army in
Ottawa County.
Kari was so energized and excited to be
part of our programs that she offered to
come to my offce at the Sutton Center
on her break and unload my car and sort
all the items. Sure enough, she was at my
offce by 10:15 a.m. and had everything
unloaded and sorted on the food pantry
shelves within 20 minutes. This young lady
is an exceptionally giving and caring per-
son with the unselfshness that I had the
honor of experiencing. We now have a new
volunteer for our upcoming Toy, Coats and
Kettle Season. The next time you go in to
our Wal Mart, tell Kari what a wonderful
addition she is to The Salvation Army.
Another act of extraordinary kindness
was from our local Subway in Catawba.
Manager Rhonda and her staff had collect-
ed their tips for one full week and bought
coats for our Coats for Families Program.
We were blessed with 27 brand new kids
coats this week. The next time you are at
Subway Catawba, tell the staff Thanks for
Caring and Sharing!
And, without giving any names, thank
you to the anonymous donor of a $1,000
donation to the Coats for Families Pro-
gram. I was able to once again go shopping
at our local Wal Mart and bought $1,000
worth of kids coats.
Once again, I am honored to live, work
and be a part of our Community!!
Maureen Saponari
Director
The Salvation Army Ottawa County
Underwood Pavilion
To the people of Port Clinton:
The Friends of Port Clinton Parks is
pleased to announce that we have com-
pleted the paving of the small pavilion in
the southeast corner of Lakeview Park.
The pavilion was originally built through
a grant from the Ottawa County Commu-
nity Foundation and matching funds from
the City of Port Clinton.
By action of Port Clinton City Council,
this pavilion will henceforth be known as
Underwood Pavilion, in memory of the
late Bob Underwood. Bob was an original
incorporator of The Friends of Port Clin-
ton Parks, a tireless worker, and a great
friend of this community. We will dedicate
the pavilion in his memory on Saturday,
Oct. 27, Make a Difference Day at 1 p.m.
The community is cordially invited.
We are also pleased to report that The
Friends of the Parks has, thanks to a BP
grant obtained for us by Beck Oil Suppli-
ers, been able to have the gazebo in Adams
Street Park painted and sprayed for spiders.
Mrs. Maria Moon headed this project for
the Friends. The work was done by Seaway
Contractors.
The Friends are also planning to purchase
ten new picnic tables to be used in the vari-
ous city parks and to replace the tempo-
rary barriers dividing the north parking
lot with an attractive new set of dividers.
These will, of course, be our spring 2013
projects.
We have had a very good year thanks to
the generous support of our community.
Our Yard Sale in the Park, headed by Rose-
ann Barker, was very successful. Again, we
thank you for your support. With your
help, we will continue to work to make our
city parks more attractive and useful to our
community and our visitors.
Friends of the Parks,
Robert Butcher
Lighthouse festival
On behalf of the Marblehead Penin-
sula Chamber of Commerce and Lakeside
Chautauqua, I would like to thank the
chamber members, Lakeside staff and vol-
unteers and the peninsula community for
their support of the 17
th
Annual Lakeside-
Marblehead Lighthouse Festival on Satur-
day, Oct. 13, at Lakeside.
The planning committeed, comprised of
Wendy Eller and her staff, Shirley Stary,
Mary Ann Hirsch, Judy Balsom of the
Chamber, Cheri Cunningham, Ann Duez,
Myra Prokop and Al Stoss and their com-
mittees work year round to plan for the
festival. Without the help of volunteers,
this event would be impossible to accom-
plish. It takes the commitment of many to
plan and administer a festival of this size
and scope and we appreciate each and ev-
ery person who helped accomplish such a
memorable event for 2012.
Becky Price, MPCOC Chairman
Pack a Pickup
What a great event. It turned out awe-
some! Girl Scouts Rock! Besides a truck
load of food we collect $170.37 for the
Ottawa County Job & Family food bank!
Thank you to all the girls and their fami-
lies, Coffee Express for the hot chocolate
donation, Port Clinton Schools for helping
to promote our event and allowing us to
have it at the Homecoming game, Wood-
forest Bank, Community Market & Bayside
Heating & Cooling for allowing us to set up
collection boxes. An additional thank you
to Bayside Heating & Cooling for lending
us their pickup for the event & their dona-
tion of $150 worth of food!
Heidi Blohm
Port Clinton Girl Scouts
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Gun safety course
and target shoot
Grace Baptist Church will host a gun
safety course and target shoot Nov. 10
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Participants
are encouraged to bring their own bows,
arrows, frearms and ammunition. The
church will provide the targets. Door
prizes and lunch will be included. Cost
is $5 per person. Registration deadline is
2 p.m. Nov. 9. Call Richard Bickelhaupt
at 419-898-4002 for more information
or to register.
Grace Baptist Church is a local, in-
dependent and fundamental Baptist
church located between S.R. 105 and
S.R. 163 just past the Oak Harbor High
School at 325 S. Toussaint-Portage Rd.
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Sonya Kuhar, MD
Physiatrist
Board Eligible in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Dr. Kuhar will be joining the practice of Christopher Parnell,
DO, and is on the medical staff of Firelands Regional
Medical Center. She will also be seeing patients in the Acute
Inpatient Rehabilitation unit and the Spine Center.
Dr. Kuhar will help patients achieve maximal restoration
of physical, psychological, social, and vocational function
through comprehensive rehabilitation and pain management.
Special interests within her field include:
Spinal cord injury Traumatic brain injury
Stroke care Spasticity management
Trigger point injections Amputee care
Prosthetics & Orthotics Electrodiagnosis (EMG/NCS)
physical medicine & rehab
New Patients Welcome!
Life Outside the Office
Dr. Kuhar is married and
has a son and daughter.
In her free time, she enjoys
spending time with her
family playing games,
traveling, swimming, and
watching movies. She also
likes to cook, crochet and
work on craft projects.
Firelands Physician Group is a multi-specialty group providing
primary care and specialty care services to the surrounding region.
FirelandsPhysicianGroup.com
For an appointment call: 419-557-6785. 1912 Hayes Ave., Sandusky
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In an effort to continue to grow group business to the
region and to increase focus on specifc group mar-
ket segments, Lake Erie Shores &
Islands (LES&I) has added a po-
sition to its group sales team and
promoted former Group Sales
Coordinator, Amanda Smith Ras-
nick, to Group Sales Manager.
Smith Rasnick will take on a
leadership role within the group
sales department by managing the
team. She will continue to moni-
tor the group marketing efforts
and budget while tracking month-
ly and quarterly sales goals, with a
concentration on the corporate, religious, association
and sports markets specifcally. Smith Rasnick will also
be pursuing her Certifed Meeting Professional certi-
fcation.
Kara Hart has been hired as the
new full-time Group Sales Coor-
dinator. She will concentrate on
the student and youth, reunion,
motorcoach and wedding mar-
kets. Hart will work out of the
Port Clinton welcome center. She
was previously employed by the
Sandusky welcome center as an
administrative assistant and has
been with LES&I for two years.
Brian Shifett has been hired as
the new administrative assistant. He has been with
LES&I for eight years in the Port Clinton offce but
will now work in Sandusky. His
responsibilities include group
partner updates, database entry,
assisting groups with informa-
tion tables and welcome bags and
sourcing incoming groups to the
appropriate team member.
Lake Erie Shores & Islands as-
sisted with 128 groups, producing
nearly 30,000 overnights during
the 2011-12 fscal year.
Changes to Lake
Erie Shores &
Islands group
sales team
SMITH-RESNICK
HART
SHIFLETT
Residents who may need assistance
paying their heating bills may make
an appointment now to fle that ap-
plication. The 2012-13 Emergency
Home Energy Assistance Program
(EHEAP) begins Nov. 1. Appoint-
ments to apply for assistance with
heating bills are being accepted now
at the WSOS offces. The program
runs through March 31, 2013.
This years program remains the
same as last years with the income
limits the same as last year and the
amount of assistance per household
the same as last year - $750 for those
who use propane and up to $450 de-
pending on heating source for others.
EHEAP provides emergency as-
sistance to income-eligible residents
to help them maintain their heating
source by making a one-time pay-
ment of their heating bills. To receive
assistance, a household must meet
the income guidelines and have re-
ceived a disconnect notice or have
less than a 10-day supply of bulk fuel.
Income-eligible residents are those
with incomes up to 200 percent of
the federal poverty income guide-
lines, which amounts to $30,260 for a
two-person household or $46,100 for
a four-person household.
Currently Columbia Gas is con-
ducting a program for its custom-
ers in partnership with WSOS. This
means that residents who are Colum-
bia Gas customers can get help with
their bills through the Columbia Gas
program and EHEAP. WSOS will also
enroll eligible applicants in the PIPP
Plus program.
PIPP Plus targets customers of
most heating utility companies, ex-
cept for small companies, who are
at or below 150 percent of the fed-
eral poverty guidelines. Gas and
electric customers will pay no more
than $10 or six percent, whichever is
greater, of their gross monthly house-
hold income each month. Those
households that are entirely electric
will pay $10 or 10 percent, whichever
is greater. This payment is to be made
each month for the entire year. Once
payments are on time and paid in full,
the customer no long owes the rest of
that months billed amount, and pay-
ments made on time and in full for 24
straight months means all arrearages
will be eliminated.
Customers will be dropped from the
program if they miss payments or do
not re-verify their income each year.
At the time of re-verifcation, the cus-
tomer will have one billing cycle to
make up any missed payments. If that
does not happen, the customer will
be dropped and the entire debt will
be due immediately. Also, custom-
ers must notify the company if their
income changes and they become in-
eligible for the program. EHEAP can
pay only up to $175 for those PIPP
Plus customers who are dropped
from the program.
Households that do not have an
emergency may receive assistance
with heating bills from regular Home
Energy Assistance Program (HEAP).
This program provides a one-time
per heating season assistance. Ap-
plicants must fle their own applica-
tions. WSOS can provide the applica-
tions and assist applicants with the
forms. HEAP operates until March
31, 2012.
Call 1-888-441-4327 for an ap-
pointment for EHEAP assistance.
Appointments taken now
for heating assistance
The Sandusky County Chapter of
the American Red Cross is offering
Reconnection Workshops, Present-
ed by Walmart, on Nov. 6 from 7 to
9 p.m.at the Red Cross building, 1245
Napoleon St., Fremont.
This facilitated session is called
Communicating Clearly and will
focus on skills building to enhance
the likelihood of positive reconnec-
tions with armed forces personnel
and their families following a military
deployment.
Deployments are a fact of life in
the military, said Sandusky County
Director, John Bailey Whether a
service members absence is due to
a training exercise, sea duty, combat,
or unaccompanied duty in a remote
location, separation and reunifca-
tion pose unique opportunities as
well as challenges for all family mem-
bers. The American Red Cross, with
support from Walmart, developed a
series of workshops to assist all mili-
tary families in managing the familys
readjustment to the service members
return.
Actively licensed and specially
trained Red Cross mental health
professionals will lead participants
through information and discus-
sions designed to help them identify
and respond to the challenges of re-
adjusting to and transitioning back
to a changed family dynamic. The
workshops are targeted to service
members and their spouses, children,
parents, siblings and signifcant oth-
ers. Topics include Communicating
Clearly, Exploring Stress and Trauma,
Identifying Depression, Relating to
Children, and Working Through An-
ger. Participants have the option of
choosing any or all of the workshops.
Each workshop is approximately
two hours in length. Participants
can take them in any order and select
those most applicable to their situa-
tion. Workshops are free to military
members and their families and oc-
cur in a supportive and confdential
environment. The deadline for reg-
istering for the up-coming workshop
is Oct. 30.
For more information about the
current workshop being offered or
to register for future workshops go
to www.redcross.org/reconnection-
workshops or contact the local Red
Cross offce at 419-332-5574.
American Red Cross helps
military families reconnect
Pams Peeps, a Relay for Life team helping to raise awareness and money for The
American Cancer Society, will be hosting a vendor and craft fair on Saturday, Nov.
3, at the Elks Lodge in Port Clinton. Those interested in participating may contact
Kathy Pratt 419-635-2108.
Pams Peeps host craft fair
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dents traveled to Carroll Township
offces on Oct. 5 in observance of Fire
Prevention Week. They participated
in many hands-on activities that pro-
moted fre prevention awareness.
The students got the opportunity to
operate a simulated fre extinguisher
and practiced getting out of a house
that was flled with smoke.
A State Highway Patrol offcer talk-
ed to them about his duties, showed
several of the tools that he uses every
day and gave them a close look at the
inside of his State Highway Patrol car.
Firefghters showed how to move
through a smoke-flled room. Life
Flight made a special appearance and
the students were able to get a close
up look at the helicopter.
The day ended as the fre depart-
ment burned a house. The students
were able to see the fre fghters in ac-
tion as they fought the blaze.
Fire safety
lessons
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Thursday, October 25, 2012 5A
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The 2013 class of Leadership Ottawa
County received an informative overview
of Ottawa County government during its
Oct. 11 meeting. County Commission-
ers Steve Arndt, Jim Sass, and Mark Stahl
opened the afternoon at the Ottawa Coun-
ty Courthouse in Port Clinton by discuss-
ing the planning, funding, and budgeting
of county government. Sheriff Stephen
Levorchick joined the class and challenged
them by presenting a mock budgeting
crisis for members of the class to solve.
Commissioner Sass then took the class
on a tour of the 112 year-old courthouse,
where Common Pleas Court Judge Bruce
Winters gave an overview of the functions
and staff of the court with special empha-
sis on the issues facing Ottawa County and
its residents.
Auditor Jodi Regal gave an overview of
the many varied functions of the Audi-
tors offce including taxes and fees col-
lected and licenses issued. The afternoon
at the courthouse drew to a close with a
presentation by Ottawa County Board of
Elections director JoAnn Friar and deputy
director Carol Ann Hill on the new con-
gressional districts and being an informed
voter.
The class then traveled to the Fountain
Inn in Lakeside for dinner provided by
Mary Ann Hirsch and further discussion
of the class service project.
Members of the 2013 class include:
Joanne Belair, RVI Inc; Brenda Coomer,
Ottawa County Transportation Agency;
Lisa Dewey, Terra State Community Col-
lege; Kara DiMasso, Ottawa County Board
of DD; Mindy Gallant, Ottawa County Job
and Family Services; Chris Galvin, United
Way in Ottawa County; Nicholas Ger-
ber, Group Insurance Specialists; Linda
Griffth, First Energy; Robyn Karbler, Ot-
terbein North Shore; Amber LaSage, Lake-
side Association; Daniel Laughlin, Ma-
terion Corp; Jeff Reitzel, Money Concepts;
Amy Skolnik, Stein Hospice; Melinda
Slusser, Ottawa County Board of DD; and
Mary Winters, RVI Inc.
Leadership Ottawa County is a nine
month leadership development program
that brings community leaders together to
learn about diverse areas of Ottawa Coun-
ty and increase leadership skills through
experiential training. For more informa-
tion, visit the website, www.leadershipot-
tawacounty.com.

Nicholas Gerber and Mary Winters of Leadership Ottawa County assume the roles
of County Commissioner James Sass and commissioners clerk Rhonda Slauterbeck
during a mock budget emergency while Commissioners Mark Stahl and Steve Arndt
observe.
Leadership Ottawa
County gets overview
of County government
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Thursday, October 25, 2012 7A
2nd Annual
Athletics Fundraiser
6801 E. Harbor Road, Marblehead
419-734-9464
Fun Food Raffle Prizes
Sunday, Nov. 4th at 4pm
All Proceeds shared between Danbury
and Port Clinton Youth Athletics
$20 to enter the cookoff
or
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All entries due by Oct. 28th
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419-734-6202
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Catawba Inn
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Homemade Soups Daily
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Fri-Sat 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Kitchen closes at 11 p.m.
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Thursday Oct 25
Kaptain Kurt
7-11 PM
Friday Oct 26
The Groove Monsters
7-11 PM
Saturday Oct 27
Tim & Michele
7-11 PM
Halloween Party
Fall Home Brew Bottles -
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Patrick Ball
Legends
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Firelands Presbyterian Church
2626 E. Harbor Road Port Clinton 419-734-6211
This Concert
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Generous donation from Bechtel
Recently, Superintendent Guy Parmigian
and Treasurer Tim Coffman met with Mr.
Thomas Nixon of Bechtel Corporation.
Bechtel, a company with more than 54,000
employees world-wide is engaged in ma-
jor construction, engineering and pro-
curement projects throughout the world.
Their projects over the years have included
the building of the Hoover Dam. Engineer-
ing News-Record (ENR) has named Bechtel
the top U.S. construction contractor for 14
straight years. Bechtel is also committed
to improving and giving back to the com-
munities in which they work. In the com-
ing months, Bechtel will be doing work at
the Davis-Besse Power Station, and Mr.
Nixon will be heading up their project.
Nixon stated that he is driven to improve
the educational quality of communities
where Bechtel works, which lead to Bechtel
to make a $5,000.00 donation to Benton-
Carroll-Salem Local School District.
Beyond the donation, Bechtel Corpora-
tion committed that they would work with
B-C-S Schools on mentoring programs
that encourage engineering and design
skills, and to begin a Junior Achievement
(JA) program for students in the district.
Board of Education members expressed
their gratitude to Mr. Nixon and Bechtel
Corporation for their generous donation
and commitment to excellence in educa-
tion.
Half of the funds donated will beneft B-
C-S music programming, while the other
half will beneft other worthy educational
initiatives. Superintendent Guy Parmi-
gian commented, It is great to hear that
a worldwide corporation like Bechtel is
civic-minded and has an interest in im-
proving the educational quality of our
school district. On behalf of our students,
I wish to thank Bechtel and assure them
that their donation will go to good use. I
look forward to working with Bechtel in
the months ahead.
Pictured from Left: B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian, Thomas Nixon of Bechtel Power
Corporation, and B-C-S Treasurer Timothy Coffman.
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SCHOOLS
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End Wasteful Spending
Stop Reckless Borrowing
Reform Federal Regulations
Simplify the Tax Code
MANDEL Leads by example
Thanks for Securing AAA Fiscal
Rating for Ohio
Paid for by Ottawa Co Republican Womens
Club, Pam Frederick, Treasurer, 133 E. main
St., Oak Harbor, OH 43449
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Formerly Dr. Mark & Dr. Michael Hablitzels
Dental Offce
Dr. Nehls is a 1995 graduate of The Ohio State University Dental
School. She has many years of practice in the Port Clinton, Toledo
and Sandusky areas. Dr. Nehls is gladly accepting new patients
West Harbor Dental would like to extend a warm welcome to
Dr. Mary Ann Nehls, who will be joining Dr. Michael Hablitzel.
Dr. Mark Hablitzel is retiring after 40 years of providing
excellent dental care to his patients
304 Madison St., Port Clinton, OH
419-734-2175
Holiday Open House
5622 E. Harbor Rd., Marblehead 419-734-5611
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November 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 10am - 5 pm
Refreshments
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Sue Lovett - Astrologer will be here on
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Now Booking for Holiday Parties
Victorian Inn
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The frst graders at Immaculate Concep-
tion Catholic School learned last week that
you dont need to travel far to fnd excit-
ing stories of adventure, war, Indians, and
life on the frontier. A lesson of history and
heritage was on tap for the day for this
group of young explorers.
To start the day, Mrs. Rita McNutt, frst
grade teacher at I.C.S., took the frst grad-
ers to the Marblehead Coast Guard Sta-
tion. The class had the opportunity to
board one of the rescue boats used by the
station. Coast Guard personnel explained
to the class the important job they have of
keeping all who travel on our Great Lake
safe.
The next stop was the Marblehead Light-
house. The class heard the story of the
frst lighthouse keeper Benajah Wolcot and
witnessed frst-hand the beauty of Marble-
heads most photographed landmark. Af-
ter hearing the story of Benajah climbing
the lighthouse stairs to light the thirteen
wicks housed at the top, they climbed the
stairs to enjoy the view.
The class learned about life on the fron-
tier as they visited the Keepers House, the
oldest known residence in Ottawa County.
A history lesson of war and survival on
what was called the The Firelands was
fascinating to hear.
The frst graders ended the day knowing
how lucky they are to live in an area with
such a vibrantly rich history. After the New
Year, the class will be architects of a light-
house of their choice and study the history
behind those beacons of light.
Immaculate Conception
frst graders discover
local history treasures
ICCS frst graders at the Keepers House.
www.thebeacon.net
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Thursday, October 25, 2012 9A
An art class for teens through adults
continues this fall and winter at the
Danbury Senior Center. Local artist Lori
Roberts-Cobbledick, who holds a BFA in
Studio Art from Kent State University,
will continue to teach the class on Thurs-
day nights from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The class covers different drawing tech-
niques, oil painting and collage, as well as
other mediums. Students will also learn
about various artists. Class cost is $10 per
class.
For more information, call Lori at 419-
798-0608.
Playmakers Civic Theatres season open-
er is Caught in the Net. The performance
dates are Oct. 25, 27 and 28, and Nov. 1,
2, 3 and 4 at the West Sixth Street theatre
in Port Clinton. Curtain times are 8 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m on
Sunday. All seats are $12 or a season ticket
is available for $30, a $21 savings over in-
dividual tickets. Call 419-356-6805 or visit
the website http://www.pcplaymakers.org.
Caught in the Net is the sequel to Ray
Cooneys classic farce Run For Your Wife,
about the British taxi driver who tries to
keep each of his two wives happy and clue-
less about the other wife. 18 years later, the
son by one wife meets the daughter of
the other wife on the internet and they dis-
cover they may share something in com-
mon when they learn their dads names
and jobs are the same. Caught in the Net
is a 21st century twist on the old theme of
the wandering husband.
The show is directed by Margot McCann
with Martin Smith assisting. Matt Parker is
the technical director. Lighting and sound
are done by Margaret Meinke and Michelle
Bailey, with Lisa Meyer in props. The cast
features Lenny Kromer as Gavin, Rebecca
McDaniels as Barbara, Martin Smith as
John, Cassandra Warren as Vicki, Alison
Sauvey as Mary, Jayson Rohde as Stanley
and Matt Parker as Dad.
Playmakers also announce an open audi-
tion notice for a cast of 8-18 adults, evenly
split. Almost Maine, written by John
Cariani, takes place on a cold, clear, moon-
less night in the middle of winter. All is not
quite what it seems in the remote, mythical
town of Almost, Maine. As the northern
lights hove r in the star-flled sky above,
Almosts residents fnd themselves falling
in and out of love in unexpected and often
hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts
are broken. But the bruises heal, and the
hearts mend, almost, in this delightful
midwinter nights dream.
Co-directors are Brenda MacDon-
ald(419-356-6805) & Steve Wetzel. Audi-
tions are Oct. 28 & 29 at Playmakers Civic
Theatre at 7 p.m. Production dates are Jan.
10-13 and 17-20.
Popular Celtic harper and storyteller
Patrick Ball returns with Legends of the
Celtic Harp to the Musical Arts Series
at Firelands in Port Clinton on Saturday,
Nov. 10, at 7:30 p.m. Patrick Ball is one
of the premier Celtic harp players in the
world and a captivating spoken word art-
ist. In playing the ancient, brass-strung
harp of Ireland with its crystalline, bell-
like voice, and in performing marvelous
tales of wit and enchantment, he not
only brings new life to two cherished
traditions, but blends them in concert to
create a richly theatrical and hauntingly
beautiful performance. The Legends of
the Celtic Harp will also feature two of
the other top Celtic harpers in the world,
Lisa Lynne and Aryeh Frankfuter, who
will also play the Irish bouzouki, mando-
lyn, cittern, and the Swedish nyckelharpa.
One thousand years ago Irish musi-
cians played magnifcent harps strung
with solid brass. They played with their
fngernails to bring out that crystalline
yet deeply resonant quality that their po-
ets likened to the pealing of bells. They
played for kings and chieftains, they were
celebrated in myths and legends and they
were lavishly honored. The sound of
their harps was the sound of Ireland.
The harp that Patrick plays is a splen-
did recreation of that legendary Celtic
instrument and was crafted by the mas-
ter harp builder Jay Witcher of Houlton,
Maine. Like its ancestors, its thirty-two
strings are made of solid brass and its
body is made of hardwood (maple). Like
his ancestors, Patrick plays it with his
fngernails. This program and its three
Celtic harpers will take the audience deep
into the myths, magic and fabled history
of this most captivating instrument.
This performance is sponsored by Shu-
maker, Loop & Kendrick and Jack Hil-
bert, with accommodations by Our Guest
Inn. The concert takes place at Firelands
Presbyterian Church, 2626 E. Harbor Rd.
Tickets are available at the door for $15,
free for students. For more information,
go to www.frelandschurch.org or call
419-734-6211.
BOO! On the Boardwalk

The fourth annual BOO! On the Boardwalk at Magee Marsh will be held this year on Sat-
urday , Oct. 27, from 6-8 pm. This is a free, fun, and safe family Halloween event geared
towards the younger kids.
Kids should dress in costume and come to the west end of the Boardwalk at Magee Marsh
anytime between the hours of 6-8 p.m. There will be treats, surprises, games, and free pump-
kins for everyone. Along the boardwalk there will be volunteers there to ask a question about
wildlife and to give treats. In case of heavy rain, the event will be held inside the Bird Center.
Magee Marsh Wildlife Area is located at 13229 W. Ohio 2, Oak Harbor. For further informa-
tion, call Mary at 419-898-0960 #31
Celtic harper Ball
returns to Firelands
Playmakers present Caught in
the Net and conduct auditions
Danbury art class
A new American pizza champion has
been crowned for 2012. Bradley Corbin
of Sloopys Sports Caf in Lakeside, was
named Americas Best Pizza Maker at the
ninth annual American Pizza Champion-
ship (APC) in Orlando.
PMQ Pizza Magazine hosted the compe-
tition, which took place Sept. 23 at NYPD
Pizzas Metrowest location. In addition to
the frst place trophy, Corbin earned a spot
on the U.S. Pizza team and a free trip to
Italy to compete in the 2013 World Pizza
Championship (worldpizzachampion-
ship.com).
Each competitor prepared two pies,
one for the judges and one for the crowd.
NYPDs customers were treated to some of
the best pizzas in the country. The winning
pie, The Hibachi Pizza, featured Japanese
white sauce, chicken, shrimp, sauted veg-
etables that included carrots, onions, broc-
coli, mushrooms and zucchini as well as
fried rice. It was fnished with more Japa-
nese white sauce, an oyster/soy sauce and
sesame seeds.
The American Pizza Championship was
judged by a four-member panel consist-
ing of Alex Terife, a pizza entrepreneur
from Miami; Charlotte Davis, host of The
Morning Mouthful on 91.5 WPRK in Or-
lando; Steve Leiber, winner of the 2010
American Pizza Championship and direc-
tor of franchise sales for BurgerFi in Singer
Island, Fla.; and Carlos Zoppetti, president
of the United Pizzeria Association in So
Paulo, Brazil.
The U.S. Pizza
Team consists
of pizza makers
and dough ac-
robats dedicated
to drawing the
worlds attention
to the pizza in-
dustry. The team
makes appear-
ances at various
events across the
country, including
the 2010 Macys
Thanksgiving Day
Parade, and com-
petes in Europe
and Asia. The U.S.
Pizza Team has appeared on the Food Net-
work, Good Morning America, Live! With
Regis and Kelly and Today, as well as in
the pages of Fortune Small Business, The
New York Daily News, The Orlando Senti-
nel, and publications in Finland, Germany
and France. For more information on the
team, visit USPizzaTeam.com.
Sloopys Sports Caf is located at 218 W
Second Street in Lakeside. Their hours are
Tuesday - Thursday 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. and
5- 8:00 p.m.; Friday & Saturday 11:30-2
p.m. and 5-10 p.m.; Sunday 11:30-2 p.m.
and 5- 8 p.m. To contact Brad Corbin or
his business partner Matt Mangan, call
419-366-0736, email sloopyspizza@ya-
hoo.com or check the website at www.
sloopyspizza.com or www.Facebook.com/
Sloopys Bradley Corbin,
America's pizza champion
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The Individual Retirement Account has
been available since 1974. Most Ameri-
cans today have some type of a tax de-
ferred account. Any tax deferred account
is distributed upon death by the direc-
tions you have placed in writing with
the institutional custodian holding your
account. Here are several alternatives for
benefciary designations:
MY ESTATE AS THE BENEFICIARY.
This is normally the worst choice. If
you have a will, that document will direct
distribution. If you do not have a will the
account will pass by state law under the
statute of descent and distribution. You
have now taken a non probate asset and
placed it within the jurisdiction of the
probate court.
MY SPOUSE.
This allows the most fexibility. Your
spouse can continue to defer the pay-
ment of income tax. This also allows the
spouse the ability to determine the ben-
efciaries at his or her death. For high net
worth couples, advanced planning with
IRAs is essential.
CHILDREN
Children as primary benefciaries of-
fer a great way to give a child an auto-
matic retirement fund. If each child is
designated as a separate benefciary, he
can continue to defer part of the account
over his own life expectancy. In a second
marriage situation an IRA is a great tool.
The designation to children of the frst
marriage allows a guaranteed inheritance
without involving the second family. If
done properly it cannot be challenged.
GRANDCHILDREN
Designation to grandchildren can pro-
vide the longest deferral of the payment
of income tax. If a two-year-old is a
named benefciary he can receive income
over a life expectancy of over eighty years.
REVOCABLE TRUST
A trust will allow you to control the
funds after your death. It permits a
trustee to allocate among a class of ben-
efciaries or direct the use of the funds.
It also allows the retention of funds if a
child is not mature enough to receive the
funds. A trust can delay the immediate
unrestricted access to the monies by your
children.
CHARITY
The use of IRAs to distribute to a chari-
ty is a great tax saving vehicle. If you want
to give to charity, the monies will go di-
rectly free of probate and free of the pay-
ment of income tax upon presentation
of a death certifcate. If the distribution
had come directly from the trust, income
tax would have frst been paid and only a
portion of the funds would have gone to
the charities.
The purpose of this article is to make
you aware of the importance of the writ-
ten benefciary designation form. Re-
member to name a contingent benefcia-
ry or we will watch the asset pass through
the estate. Good luck.
Jeff Roth is a partner with David Bacon
and associate Jessica Moon of the frm
ROTH and BACON with offces in Port
Clinton, Upper Sandusky, Marion, Ohio
and Fort Myers, Florida. All members of
the frm are licensed in Ohio and Florida.
Mr. Roths practice is limited to wealth
strategy planning and elder law in both
states. Nothing in this article is intended
for, nor should be relied upon as individual
legal advice. The purpose of this article is
to provide information to the public on
concepts of law as they pertain to estate
and business planning. Jeff Roth can be
reached at ohioforidatrust@aol.com (tele-
phone: 419-732-9994) copyright Jeffrey P.
Roth 2012.
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IRA benefciaries
There is still time to call in reservations for the PC Seniors 9th Annual Fall Big Band
Dance, Puttin On The Ritz, which will be a memorial tribute to Harry Persely, one of
the original founders of this annual event.
The dance will be held on Sunday, Nov. 4, from 2-5 p.m., at Moose Lodge 1610, 1105 W.
Lakeshore Drive, Port Clinton. Admission is $10 advance reservation or $12 at the door
and includes a hors doeuvres buffet, chances at door prizes, and 50/50 raffes.
Sponsored by Moose Lodge 1610 and Otterbein Retirement Living Community, the
event features the 17-piece big band Night Session and is open to the public 21 years of
age and older. Tickets can be purchased at the Port Clinton Senior Center, 320 E. Third
St., or by calling Juanita Mills-Persely at 419-341-1080 for reservations or information.
Tell em Harry sent you and receive a ticket for Harrys Special Drawing.
PC Seniors 9th annual
fall big band dance
Edgewood Manor is one of several fnalists in the large business category for the Better
Business Bureaus Annual Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
In order to become a fnalist, an organization must be nominated and then submit
information to the BBB panel of judges. The award recognizes frms whose business
practices and related activities exemplify the BBBs mission of promoting through self-
regulation the highest standards of business ethics and conduct.
We are very proud to be nominated for this award. This is the third consecutive year
we have made it to the fnals, said Carrie McGlothlin, Marketing Director at Edgewood.
We are hopeful of bringing this award back to Edgewood. As a facility, we try very hard
to maintain the highest level of ethical standards so to be recognized by the BBB is ex-
tremely rewarding.
The announcement of the winner of this prestigious award will be held on Thursday,
Nov. 1, at the Hilton Garden Inn at Levis Commons in Perrysburg.
For more information about Edgewood Manor, located at 1330 S. Fulton Street, Port
Clinton, call Carrie McGlothlin at 419-734-5506.
The Oak Harbor High School Class of 1962 held their
50th Class Reunion Oct. 19 & 20. On Friday evening, a
tailgate party was hosted and held at the home of Jim
and Jo Dornbusch. Post events included classmates at-
tending the football game, Oak Harbor versus St. Marys,
and ending back at the Dornbusch home for further fel-
lowship.
On Saturday evening, a dinner was held at the Port Clin-
ton Elks Lodge No. 1718. Classmates enjoyed camaraderie
for both evenings. MC for Saturday evening was David
Milbrodt, Class of 1962 president. Committee members
were Jo Dornbush, chairman and class welcome, Dave
Milbrodt, Sharon Branum, Linda Brown, Faye Rife, Mar-
lene Webb and Helen Jess.
Attending either one or both evenings were: Sharon
Branum and Dave Perry, Oak Harbor; Linda and Kenny
Brown, Columbus; Larmar and Sue Burmeister, Monroe,
TN; Carol Caldwell, Perrysburg; Norm and Debi Cass,
Centerville; Robert and Connie Clayman, Roscoe, IL; Lar-
ry and Faye Covert, Perrysburg; Karen and Ed Davidge,
Graytown; John and Betty Deitzel, Oak Harbor; Dennis
and Karen Dewitz, Sylvania; Jo and Jim Dornbusch, Oak
Harbor; Marilyn Dreyer, Graytown; Narda and Dennis El-
wing, Oak Harbor; Faye and Dick Fastzkie, Oak Harbor;
Lenny Fetterman and Marge Brown, Holland; Ginny and
Barry Finken, Oak Harbor; Mary Lynn and Ernest Hall,
Maumee; Joanne Harder and Terry Goldstein, Oak Har-
bor; Dave and Lynn Irwin, Grand Rapids, MI; Helen and
Ron Jess, Port Clinton; Elizabeth Libben, Zanesville; Jim
Linder, Tequesta, FL; Robert Liske and Jean White, Port
Clinton; Priscilla Lockwood, Tofno, BC; Sherrie McGoni-
gle, Wernersville, PA; David and Judy Milbrodt, Altadena,
CA; Terry and Susan Millinger, Oregon; Jim Moore, Oak
Harbor; Gail Murray and Joe Hawes, Memphis, TN; Car-
roll and Carol Mylander, Oak Harbor; Dave and Dawn
Pfeiffer, Graytown; Faye and Dan Rife, Oak Harbor; Carol
and Fred Sandrock, Jefferson, GA; Carole Schmidt, Reyn-
oldsburg; Sharon Shufelt, Rockledge, FL; Chuck and Pat
Smarkel, Oak Harbor; Jan and Tom Thomas, Ann Arbor,
MI; Marlene and Bill Webb, Oak Harbor; Pam and Jack
Weld, North Potomac, MD; Ruth Whipple, Oak Harbor;
Linda and Ron Williams, Elmore; and Sandy Zenser, Oak
Harbor.
Special guests were Louise Fought, Toledo, and Karen
Johns, Oak Harbor. The class picture was taken by Linda
Dehring of Rocky Ridge.
Memorial classmates mentioned were: Norman Goetz,
2005; David Howton, 2005; Judy (Jenson) Witt, 2005;
Keith Knopp, 2009; Nancy (Meinke) Smarkel, 1965; Her-
bert Mesker, 2003; Pat Neatfeld, 2000; Margene (Phillips)
Klacik, 2003; John Rollheiser, 1998; Frank Verb, 2009;
Richard Weichman, 2012; and David Wood, 1993.
Classmates also had the chance to view their memorial
brick which is located on the walkway outside the Salem
Oak Harbor High School.
Attending bunch on Sunday at the Port Clinton Big
Boy were Kenny and Linda Brown, Carol Caldwell, Lou-
ise Fought, Joanne Harder, Ron and Helen Jess, Priscilla
Lockwood, Dave Milbrodt, Fred and Carol Sandrock, and
Tom and Jan Thomas.
Recently the Ohio Star Quilt Guild of Port Clinton be-
came the recipient of a donation of over 250 boxes of
fabric and sewing notions. The donation came from a
lifelong sewer near Cleveland who recently entered an as-
sisted living facility. The individuals daughters were look-
ing for an organization that could make good use of the
fabric and were fortunate to connect with a current Ohio
Star Guild member.
The Lakeside Association donated the spacious Hoover
Auditorium to the Guild to sort and organize the fabric
and notions. It took over fve hours for guild members to
display and organize the fabric into many categories such
as, cotton, wool, velvets, felt, decorator, seasonal and no-
tions.
Guild members had the opportunity to purchase some
of the fabric. The funds generated went into the Guild
treasury for the guilds charitable projects and speakers. A
large portion of the fabric and notions were then donated
by the Guild to many local charities and churches for their
special projects or missions. Some of the organizations
that benefted include: Project Linus, Care and Share of
Sandusky, Sandusky Adopt-a-School Program, Christmas
stockings for foster children of Ottawa County, stimula-
tion baby quilts for Riverview Early Intervention Program
of Ottawa County, Chemo Caps, Lap Quilts for cancer
treatment, Love Quilts for the dying, sleeping bags for the
homeless in Columbus, Dresses for Haiti, School Bags for
Africa, Projects for Women of Guatamala and others.
The Ohio Star Quilt Guild meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth
Wednesday of the month at Peace Lutheran Church on
Jefferson St. in Port Clinton. The guild is made up of
over ffty members ranging from beginners to advanced
quilters and fabric artists with many years of experience.
Membership continues to grow each year. New members
are always welcome. For information, contact Publicity
Chairman Penny Solem at 419-732-3083.
The Business Leadership Team at Edgewood Manor from L to R: Kaye Lipstraw,
Lori Opfer, Joe Kovach, Carrie McGlothlin and Debbie Wagenhals.
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OHHS 50th reunion
October 31st
Trick or Treat Times
Port Clinton: 6-8 p.m
Oak Harbor: 6-7:30 p.m.
Lakeside and Marblehead: 6-8 p.m.
Elmore: 6-8 p.m.
Danbury Township: 6-8 p.m.
Genoa: 6-7:30 p.m.
REALTOR Diana L. John-
son, with Real Living Morgan
Realty Group, Port Clinton,
has been awarded the Presi-
dents Sales Club Award of
Achievement designation
from the Ohio Association
of REALTORS (OAR).
Diana L. Johnson is a
member of the Firelands
Association of REAL-
TORS, Toledo Board of
REALTORS, Ohio As-
sociation of REALTORS
(OAR) and the National
Association of REAL-
TORS (NAR).
OAR offcially awarded
Presidents Sales Club
designations for outstanding
sales performance in the real
estate industry during their
102nd Annual Convention,
October 2-4 in Columbus.
Johnson receives Award
of Achievement
Oct. 25
The Gathering
WHAT: Free Community
Meal; open to the public.
Handicap access.
WHEN: 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: St. John Luther-
an Church Parish Hall, corner
of Second and Adams Streets,
Port Clinton
INFO: Blood pressure screen-
ings are offered and commu-
nity resource information is
available to those interested.
Spooktacular
WHAT: Port Clinton High
School Spooktacular. For in-
fants through grade fve. Par-
ents must accompany little
ghosts and goblins. Trick or
treat and ghoulish games in
various rooms and cafeteria.
Sponsored by PCHS Key Club
and National Honor Society
WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Port Clinton High
School
INFO: Contact Kathy Miller at
419-734-2147 for more infor-
mation.
Lets Pretend Haunted
House
WHAT: A program that of-
fers ideas on how to create
a haunted house with fun,
not frightening, books, songs,
props, and haunted house-
related activities for a spook-
tacular time. This program for
3, 4, and 5 year olds (no kin-
dergartners please) is based
on imaginary play, stories, and
songs.
WHEN: 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Library
INFO: For more information,
contact Ida Rupp Public Li-
brary at 419-732-3212.
OCT. 27
BOO! On the Boardwalk
WHAT: The fourth annual
BOO! On the Boardwalk. This
is a free, fun, and safe family
Halloween event geared to-
wards the younger kids. Kids
should dress in costume and
come to the west end of the
Boardwalk.
WHEN: 6-8 p.m
WHERE: Magee Marsh,
13229 W. Ohio 2, Oak Harbor
INFO: Call Mary at 419-898-
0960 #31
Downtown Trick or Treat
WHAT: Downtown Trick or
Treat by Main Street Port Clin-
ton. Downtown businesses
will display the offcial trick
or treat pumpkin to alert kids
and parents to trick or treat in
their business during the des-
ignated time.
WHEN: 1-3 p.m.
Zombie Pub Crawl
WHAT: Zombie Pub Crawl
and Ball sponsored by Rogue
Ales and organized by Main
Street Port Clinton. Profes-
sional photographer taking
souvenir photos for purchase.
Prize drawings for tickets
punched at each participat-
ing pub. Zombie Ball from
midnight to 1 a.m. at Mango
Mamas, where all prizes will
be announced.
WHERE: downtown Port Clin-
ton
WHEN: 7:30-1 a.m
COST: $10, available at Main
Street Port Clinton offce and
the participating pubs.
Rummage Sale
WHAT: Rummage sale. Every-
thing half price after 1 p.m.
WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
WHERE: St. Paul United
Church of Christ, Oak Harbor
INFO: Call Jackie Timmons at
419-898-2045
Downtown Farmers Mar-
ket
WHAT: Farmers Market and
costume contest for children
under age 12 at 11 a.m. Ven-
dors and homemade crafts.
WHEN: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
WHERE: Downtown Oak Har-
bor
INFO: Call 419-898-0479
10.28
Death penalty forum
WHAT: Father Neil Kookothe
and Joe DAmbrosio conduct
a forum on the death penalty
in Ohio.
WHEN: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Immaculate Con-
ception Catholic Church, Port
Clinton
Pancake breakfast
WHAT: Carroll Township Fire
and EMS pancake breakfast.
Pancakes, bacon, sausage,
orange juice, milk and coffee.
Carry-out available.
WHEN: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
WHERE: Carroll Township
Hall, 11080 W. Toussaint E.
Rd.
COST: $7 adults, $5 children
under 12, $5 seniors, children
under 4 eat free
INFO: call Judy Dewitz at
419-898-1686
Riverview Trick or Treat
WHAT: Ottawa County River-
view Healthcare Campus Trick
or Treat. Costume contest in
the categories of best baby,
funniest, prettiest and scari-
est. Haunted basement tours
for $1. Halloween bake sale.
Proceeds beneft the River-
view All Star Relay for Life
Team
WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Riverview Health-
care Campus, 8180 W Ohio
163, Oak Harbor
INFO: Contact Kimberly Gel-
dien at 419-898-2851 for
more information.
Oct. 29
Free exercise class
WHAT: Free exercise class on
Mondays. Joe Kovach, COTA
Rehabilitation Director at
Edgewood Manor Health &
Rehabilitation Center in Port
Clinton, is the instructor. The
class is open to the public and
is geared for those 55 and
older.
WHEN: 2 p.m.
WHERE: Community Center
at the Vineyard on Catawba
INFO: call The Vineyard at
419-797-3100.
Tales for Toddlers
WHAT: 30 minutes of sto-
ries, songs, and fnger plays
intended for children ages
2 and 3 with a caregiver. No
registration required.
WHEN: Mondays at 10:30
a.m. and 6 p.m., Oct. 29 and
Nov. 5 and 12.
INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public
Library at 419-732-3212 for
more information.
Yoga
WHAT: Gentle yoga classes
WHEN: Mondays, 5:30-6:30
p.m.
WHERE: Danbury school,
Marblehead
COST: $8.00 per class
INFO: For additional informa-
tion contact Mrs. Henninger
Monday Thursday after 3:30
p.m. at 419-798-5195 or
email henningerra@danbury.
k12.oh.us. Information also
available at www.danbury.
k12.oh.us.
Compassionate Friends
WHAT: Offers friendship,
understanding and hope to
bereaved parents, siblings,
relatives and friend that have
experienced the death of a
child.
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Monday
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church
INFO: 419-308-4690 or
www.compassionatefriends.
org
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by anothers
drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Monday
WHERE: St. Thomas Episco-
pal Church, 214 E. Second St.,
Port Clinton
Oct. 30
Monster Mash Dinner
WHAT: Monster Mash dinner.
A best costume award will be
given.
WHEN:: 5:30 p.m
WHERE: Otterbein North
Shore, 9400 North Shore
Blvd., Lakeside-Marblehead
INFO: To make a reservation
or for more information, call
419-798-8203
Sisters in Sobriety
WHAT: Sisters in Sobriety, a
womens AA meeting
WHEN: Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Sutton Center, 1854
E. Perry, Port Clinton
12-step recovery program
WHAT: 12-step biblically-
based recovery program
WHERE: Faith House, Church
of the Nazarene, Fourth and
Monroe, Port Clinton
WHEN: Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
INFO: call Pastor Janet Reed,
Associate Pastor, at 419-341-
3664.
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds Sen-
sibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every Tuesday
WHERE: Catawba Commu-
nity Hall, 3307 NW Catawba
Road
Yoga
WHAT: Bring a mat and wear
loose clothing for the class
taught by certifed yoga in-
structor Linda Green.
WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. every
Tuesday
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
COST: $8 per class with sign
up for the whole month or
$10 per class
INFO: 419-635-2337
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training
helps prevent age-related
muscle loss, in addition to
keeping bones and metabo-
lism strong.
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m, ev-
ery Tuesday and Thursday
WHERE: Magruder Confer-
ence Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
WHAT: Pilates
WHEN: Tuesdays 6-7 p.m.
WHERE: Danbury school,
Marblehead
COST: $8.00 per class
INFO: For additional informa-
tion contact Mrs. Henninger
Monday Thursday after 3:30
p.m. at 419-798-5195 or
email henningerra@danbury.
k12.oh.us. Information also
available at www.danbury.
k12.oh.us.
Oct. 31
ACA
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
adult children of alcoholics
WHEN: 7:15 p.m. every
Wednesday
WHERE: Artisans Co-op, 138
E. Market St., Sandusky
INFO: Call Paul at 419-341-
6888
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds Sen-
sibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every Wednes-
day
WHERE: Oak Harbor Library,
147 W. Main St.
INFO: 419-276-0304
Babies and Books
WHAT: 20-25 minutes of
stories, songs, fnger plays,
and rhymes for children ages
6 months to 23 months with
caregiver. In the morning only,
play and social time will fol-
low for those who participate
in the program. No registra-
tion required.
WHEN: Wednesdays at 10:30
a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Oct. 31,
Nov. 7 and 14.
INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public
Library at 419-732-3212 for
more information.
Nov 1
Art Class
WHAT: An art class for teens
through adults continues this
fall and winter at the Danbury
Senior Center. Local artist
Lori Roberts-Cobbledick, who
holds a BFA in Studio Art from
Kent State University, is the
instructor. The class covers dif-
ferent drawing techniques, oil
painting and collage, as well
as other mediums. Students
will also learn about various
artists.
WHEN: Thursdays from
6-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Danbury Senior Cen-
ter, Marblehead
COST:$10 per class
INFO: Call Lori at 419-798-
0608.
Salvation Army Red Kettle
Kickoff
WHAT: Come for breakfast
and to sign up to ring the bell
at the Salvation Army Red
Kettle Kickoff Event.
WHEN: 7:30 a.m.
WHERE: Catawba Island Club
INFO: Call Maureen Saponari
at 419-732-2769
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training
helps prevent age-related
muscle loss, in addition to
keeping bones and metabo-
lism strong.
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m, ev-
ery Tuesday and Thursday
WHERE: Magruder Confer-
ence Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
Grantseeking Basics
workshop
WHAT: An introduction to the
world of foundation fundrais-
ing, how the funding research
process works, what tools
and resources are available,
and how to become a bet-
ter grantseeker. Led by David
Holmes from the Foundation
Center of Cleveland.
WHEN: 2:30-4 p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Li-
brary, Port Clinton
INFO: To register call 419-
732-3212
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competition. In 2011, Matthew
and long-time co-writing partner,
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American Idol winner, Jordin
Sparks. The song, You Gotta Want
It, is featured on Offcial Gameday
Music of the NFL, Volume 2. The
original rendition of the song,
Want It, performed by The Chris Weaver Band, is
played in Tiger Stadium. Matthew also co-wrote the
bluegrass single, Coal Minin Man, by two-time ICM
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forward to enjoying future success with his co-writers
who he considers his closest friends.
Located inside the
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BY YANEEK SMITH
Throughout its 39-0 victory over Port
Clinton, the Huron Tigers were able to
run the ball with consistency, win the feld
position game with great punt returns and
hold the Redskins offense in check.
Huron running back Mauricio Vazquez
opened the scoring with a 22-yard touch-
down run and the Tigers made it a two-
possession game when quarterback Cody
Thompson connected with Dominic Mas-
chari on a 12-yard touchdown.
Vazquez scored from fve yards out on
the Tigers next drive and Derek Daiglo re-
turned an interception 40 yards for a score
to make it 25-0 at halftime.
Vazquez rushed six times for 73 yards
and two scores as the Tigers were able to
establish control at the line of scrimmage
and control the tempo of the game.
With the win, Huron improves to 6-3
overall and 4-2 in the Sandusky Bay Con-
ference. The Skins, meanwhile, fall to 1-8
and 0-6 in the league.
Throughout the game, Huron was able
to create a short feld for itself because of
quality punt returns.
Sophomore running back Keegan Lowe
was one of the lone bright spots for the
Skins, rushing for 98 yards. Port Clinton
did move the ball into Huron territory
a couple of times, only to see its drives
thwarted at the end.
Since opening the season with a 35-14
win over Woodmore, the Skins, who have
been decimated by injuries, have lost eight
consecutive games. If not for a couple of
bad breaks in several key games, Port Clin-
ton could very well be 4-5 with a chance to
fnish with a .500 record for a third straight
season. Regardless, the program is on the
upswing and better things are on the ho-
rizon.
This week the Skins host Clyde (5-4, 4-2
SBC), the preseason pick to win the con-
ference. Since losing to Perkins 35-13 two
weeks ago the Flyers have been on a tear,
outscoring their last two opponents by a
combined 104-28.
Last season, Clyde beat Port Clinton
in convincing fashion, 48-6, behind 140
rushing yards from Smith. In that contest,
the Flyers took a 28-0 lead into the second
quarter before Rospert connected with
Andrew Leidheiser for a touchdown.
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Port Clinton running back Keegan
Lowe looks for room to run against
Huron.
Port Clinton falls to Huron 39-0
BY YANEEK SMITH
Going into last weeks game against
Gibsonburg, the Lakers (2-6) and
Golden Bears (3-5) had nearly iden-
tical records, but you wouldnt know
it after Gibsonburgs 37-0 victory over
Danbury on Friday.
Quarterback Matt Tille and the
Bears, who came in riding a three-
game winning streak after starting the
season 0-5, controlled the game, scor-
ing a touchdown in each of the frst
two quarters before breaking it open
by outscoring the Lakers 24-0 in the
second half.
With the win, Gibsonburg improves
to 4-5 overall and 4-2 in the Toledo
Area Athletic Conference. Danbury,
meanwhile, falls to 2-7 and 2-4 in the
league.
Tille got the Bears on the board in
the frst quarter, running it in from 32
yards out and in the second quarter
hit Isiah Arriaga from 34 yards out to
make it a 13-0 game at the half. But it
was Jordan Jahnas kickoff return for
a score at the beginning of the third
quarter that broke Danburys back,
making it 19-0 and helping to further
sustain momentum for Gibsonburg.
Tille, who scored seven touchdowns
in a game earlier this season, hit Jon
Angelone from 10 yards out to push
the lead to 26-0 later in the third quar-
ter before a safety, a touchdown and
feld goal rounded out the scoring.
Taylor Molnar was one of the few
bright spots for the Lakers, rushing 12
times for 95 yards.
After starting the season 2-2, the
Lakers have fallen on hard times as
theyve lost fve straight games. There
is good news, however. If Danbury
beats Hilltop (3-6, 1-5 TAAC), it will
mark the third consecutive season
that the Lakers have won three games,
an impressive feat considering where
the program was several years ago.
Last season, the Cadets defeated
Danbury, 50-30, in the season fnale.
Unfortunately, the drive from Mar-
blehead to West Unity, where Hilltop
High School is located, is 97 miles and
takes roughly two hours.
The Cadets have had a season rather
similar to Danburys, defeating only
Cardinal Stritch (28-18) in league
play. Before defeating the Cardinals
last week, Hilltop had lost fve con-
secutive games, four of them coming
in convincing fashion. If the Lakers
are to beat the Cadets, theyll have
to keep Hilltop running back Chad
Champion in check. In the victory
over Stritch, Champion rushed for
207 yards and a touchdown and fel-
low back David Smith had two touch-
downs.
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PC BRAVES HEAD TO CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
The 6th grade Port Clinton Braves Youth Football Team will be fnishing up their season this Saturday at
Perkins High School Stadium at 7 p.m. They will be playing the Fremont Youth Team. It is the championship
game of their season. The team is 6-1, and their only loss came to the Fremont team in the frst game of the
season. The team is carried offensively by four running backs who have combined for over 1,600 yards rush-
ing, while the Braves defense has held their opponents to just 45 points in seven games.
Danburys Brandon Bahnsen is
caught from behind by a Gibson-
burg player last Friday in the Lak-
ers last home contest of the sea-
son. Gibsonburg prevailed, 37-0.
Gibsonburg defeats Danbury,
37-0, to win fourth straight
The Port Clinton Kiwanis Club is
once again sponsoring the 4th, 5th
and 6th grade boys basketball teams,
to provide boys the opportunity to
gain experience, learn the game and
have fun playing basketball. The pro-
gram starts Saturday, Nov. 3 from
12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the PCHS
Gymnasium with a basketball clinic
day. That frst day participants will be
assigned to teams and learn about the
practice schedule. Games are played
at Port Clinton High School on Satur-
days through January.
The registration fee is $20.00 and
includes a team shirt. The fee can be
waived since the goal of Kiwanis Bas-
ketball is to involve as many players
as possible. Registration forms are
available at the elementary schools or
on Saturday before the clinic. Make
checks payable to Port Clinton Ki-
wanis.
Questions about the Kiwanis Bas-
ketball program can be directed to
Coach Troy Diels at 419-734-4448 or
Dr. David George at 419-797-6240.
Kiwanis boys basketball program starts November 3
After having some trouble with St.
Mary Central Catholic for part of
the game, Oak Harbor took control
in the third quarter before sustaining
control of the contest to defeat SMCC
49-14.
The turning point came early in the
third quarter when Oak Harbor, hold-
ing a 21-7 lead, dodged a bullet and
gained momentum of the game.
On the Rockets frst possession of
the second half, they fumbled the ball
inside SMCCs 15-yard-line. It ap-
peared that the Panthers had recov-
ered the ball, but the ball came loose
and Oak Harbor tight end Cliff Big-
gert secured possession for the Rock-
ets.
On the very next play, Oak Harbor
quarterback Austin Weigand rolled
out and hit Cecil for a 10-yard touch-
down. Jourdan Maguires PAT pushed
the lead to 28-7. From that point for-
ward, SMCC was never able to seri-
ously threaten.
With the win, the Rockets improve
to 7-2 overall and 5-1 in the Sandusky
Bay Conference while the Panthers
fall to 2-7 and 1-5 in the league.
Oak Harbor running back Mark
Konieczny ran 29 times for 252 yards
and fve touchdowns. On top of that,
Konieczny broke the single-season
rushing record of 1720 yards that was
held by J.D. Bergman, a 2003 OHHS
graduate. Koniecznys fve rushing
touchdowns also tied the teams sin-
gle-game record.
Fullback Ben Genzman fnished
with 16 carries for 105 yards and a
score to help pace the Rockets rush-
ing attack. Throughout the season,
Genzman has done a fne job serving
as Koniecznys lead blocker and has
consistently served as a second option
in the running game.
I thought we came out and played
physical, Oak Harbor head coach
Mike May said. We got back to play-
ing Rocket football. I think we con-
trolled the line of scrimmage on both
sides. We just kept running the ball at
them, which we wanted to do. Our se-
niors have put us in a position to play
for a piece of an SBC championship.
Quarterback Austin Wiegand went
5-of-5 for 67 yards and a touchdown.
Cecil had four catches for 39 yards
and a score and also set a single-sea-
son record for receiving yards, break-
ing the 16-year-old mark held by for-
mer Rocket great Josh Osborne. Cecil
also had an interception that set up an
Oak Harbor touchdown.
In the frst half, Oak Harbors of-
fensive line was able to exert its will
on the line of scrimmage, running
the ball with regularity as Konieczny
rushed for 94 yards and scored three
touchdowns. Genzman ran for 58
yards to take some of the pressure off
Konieczny as the team had 173 yards
on the ground in the frst two quar-
ters.
Oak Harbor routs St. Mary CC, 49-14
Each year the Soil and Water Conservation District rec-
ognizes a Cooperator of the Year. This year, Carol Ben-
ner, retired District Program Administrator for the Ottawa
SWCD, was honored with this prestigious award at the Ot-
tawa Soil and Water Conservation Districts 61st Annual
Meeting and Banquet.
A crowd of 220 was present as Carol was lauded for her
34 years of service to the citizens of Ottawa County. Ger-
ald Whipple, Soil and Water Conservation District Chair-
man, made the announcement with a video presentation
depicting Carols many years of service and educational
activities.
To many citizens of Ottawa County, Carol is known as
the tree lady for presenting trees to all the fourth graders
throughout the county each year. Thousands of Norway
and Blue spruces have been planted because of Carols
work in the classrooms.
Whipple stated, Unlike most of the past recipients, Car-
ol is not a farmer nor does she own much land. But you
would be hard pressed to fnd a person with more love for
nature, conservation and agriculture than her. Carol re-
tired on Dec. 31, 2011, and continues to give the staff at
the Ottawa SWCD her advice and help when it is needed.
Benner recognized with Ottawa SWCD award
Left to Right: Gerald Whipple, chairman of the Ot-
tawa Soil and Water Conservation District con-
gratulates Carol Benner as the award winner along
with Michael Libben, District Program Administra-
tor.
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Skipper Marine of Ohio dba
Marina Del Isle will hold a public
sale of three (3) boats on Friday,
October 26, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
The sale will be held at Skipper-
Buds Marina Del Isle, 6081 E.
Harbor Road, Marblehead, Ohio
43440. The boats being sold
are: 1985 Sea Ray 260 Sun-
dancer, a 1990 Regal 290 Com-
modore and a 1990 20 Bayliner
Capri. For more information, call
(419) 732-2587.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING THE PORTAGE TOWN-
SHIP TRUSTEES will hold a
public hearing concerning a pro-
posed map amendment to the
Portage Township Zoning Resolu-
tion, adopted 1989. The hearing
will be held at 6:30 p.m. on
November 5, 2012, at the Por-
tage Township Offce, 2501 State
Road. The zoning map amend-
ment involves a 4.4 acre parcel
of land located in Section 3, at
the corner of Plasterbed Road
and the railroad. The applicants
are the Board of Portage Town-
ship Trustees. The rezoning
request is from the A Agricul-
tural District to the C-2 Gener-
al Commercial District. The pro-
posed zoning map amendment
may be viewed at the Portage
Township Zoning Offce on Mon-
days from 5:30pm to 7:00pm,
and on Saturdays from 8:30am
to 10:00am, or at the Ottawa
Regional Planning Commission
Offce, 315 Madison St., Port
Clinton from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday,
except holidays. (The Beacon:
Published October 25, 2012)
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ING THE PORTAGE TOWN-
SHIP TRUSTEES will hold a
public hearing concerning a pro-
posed map amendment to the
Portage Township Zoning Resolu-
tion, adopted 1989. The hearing
will be held at 6:40 p.m. on
November 5, 2012 at the Por-
tage Township Offce, 2501 State
Road. The zoning map amend-
ment involves a.488 acre parcel
of land located in Section 2; spe-
cifcally at 1051 S. Lake St, Gyp-
sum, OH. The applicant is Miles
Boss. The rezoning request is
from the A Agricultural District
to the R-3 High Single Family
Residential District. The pro-
posed zoning map amendment
may be viewed at the Portage
Township Zoning Offce on Mon-
days from 5:30pm to 7:00pm,
and on Saturdays from 8:30am
to 10:00am, or at the Ottawa
Regional Planning Commission
Offce, 315 Madison St., Port
Clinton from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday,
except holidays. (The Beacon:
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Allen Twp
10-16-12 David L .and Amy
M. Satkowski to Sydney E.
Stieben, 22257 West Curtice
Road, $103,500.
Bay Twp
10-16-12 James B. and Bren-
da J. MacDonald to Brad J. and
Mona L. Whalen, 679 South
Northstar Place, $230,000.
10-18-12 Ellen R. Golvach to
Thomas J. Konwinski, Sr., 735
Streeter Road, $50,000.
Benton Twp
10-17-12 Darles J. Zunk to
John Gradel & Sons Farms,
Inc, North Elliston Trowbridge
Road, new split $219,756.
10-17-12 Dorothy A. Young
to Kurt T. Sabo, 6497 North
Elliston Trowbridge Road,
$16,000.
10-18-12 Dennis C. and Ju-
dith A. Vine to Ronald J. and
Mary Margaret Bosch, West
Toussaint North, vacant land
$1,000.
Carroll Twp
10-19-12 Ralph M. Hagman to
Paul T. Websret III, 9719 West
Hollywood Drive,$287,000.
Catawba Twp
10-15-12 Chester T. Freeman
to HJC Land Company LLC,
3306 North Stonehouse Drive,
$178,000.
10-16-12 Luther M. Dick to
Orville E. Williams and J. Kris-
topher Shope, 821 NE Cataw-
ba Road, $111,000.
10-19-12 Sky Trust to Scott C.
and Margaret L. Doty, 2743
East Sand Road, $318,000.
Danbury Twp
10-15-12 David R. and Steph-
anie M. Walls to Christopher
and Jacquelyn Ayres, 181 Hid-
den Beach Drive, $63,000.
10-16-12 Glenn J. and Judy
G. Matejka to Anthony M. and
Nancy J. Pinzone, 1851 North
Fernwood Drive, $217,000.
10-18-12 5831 SR 163 LLC
to Kenneth and Betty Prahl,
5831 State Route 163 Unit
C7, $60,000.
Erie Twp
10-15-12 Dan and Deborah J.
Penn to Janice Snyder, 3770
West Vickery Road, $40,000.
Marblehead Corp
10-15-12 Bay Point Acquisi-
tions LLC to Cynthia L. Di-
dado, 150 Bay Breeze Drive,
$291,750.
10-15-12 Bay Point Acquisi-
tion LLC to Rhonda A. Di-
dado, 154 Bay Breeze Drive,
$291,750.
10-15-12 Joseph A. and Lynn
J. Majce and W. Bernard and
Louann V. Bauman to Patrick J.
and Treva L. Donnally, 11110
Lakeland Drive, $203,333.
Oak Harbor Corp
10-18-12 Lisa Shiets-King to
James A. and Elaine R. Donich,
421 Country Meadows Drive,
$153,450.
Port Clinton City
10-15-12 First Federal Savings
to Shane Blessing, 414 Harri-
son Street, $12,500.
10-15-12 Eric and Gauk
Schriver to William Imblum,
509 Lakeshore Drive, Unit
E-24, $115,000.
10-17-12 Linda C. Herres to
Mark and Heidi Osborne, 1103
Jackson Street, $130,000.
10-18-12 Frank W. Rein-
heimer to Edward Fitzgerald,
1,2013 acres Lakeshore Drive,
$27,255.
10-18-12 Sunshine Resorts
LLC to Edward Fitzgerald,
306 West Lakeshore Drive,
$154,545.
10-19-12 Jeremy M. Gonzales
to Federal Home Loan Mort-
gage Corporation, 316 Supe-
rior Court, $26,667.
10-19-12 Charles Rolland
Whiting to Darrell Wayne
Whiting, 330 East Fourth
Street, $35,000.
Put In Bay Corp
10-17-12 Cristina Brubaker to
Michael D. and Peggy N. Rus-
sell, 11 Bath Street, $255,000.
Put In Bay Village
School
10-19-12 Put in Bay Homes
LLC to Commador Re-
sorts Inc, 1500 Put In Bay
Road,$120,000.
Salem Twp
10-19-12 Donald W. Kohli to
Sally Moffo, 781 North Tous-
saint South, $73,500.
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marina with direct Lake access.
Meticulous condition with 3rd
floor bonus room.
Spacious patio off dining room w/
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$180,000.
This newly painted condo has
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Ceramic tile flooring in the
greatroom, kitchen & 1st fl.
half bath.
A 40+ft. (D2) is included in
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Includes (40+ft) Dock B-4 in private,
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NOTICE OF TIME AND
PLACE OF VIEW AND FINAL
HEARING ON PETITION TO
VACATE 16 STRIP OF LAND ON
AIRLINE ROAD Rev. Code Sec.
5553.05 A petition has been
fled to vacate a 16 strip of land
on Airline Road in Put-in-Bay
Township, Ottawa County, Ohio.
Petition may be viewed and a
more detailed legal description is
available from the Board of Otta-
wa County Commissioners at the
Ottawa County Courthouse. The
Ottawa County Board of Com-
missioners will visit and view this
area on the 8th day of Novem-
ber, 2012 at 1:30 oclock p.m.
Further, the Ottawa County
Board of Commissioners has set
the 27th day of November 2012
at 11:00 oclock a.m. at the
Commissioners Assembly Room
located in the Ottawa County
Courthouse, 315 Madison Street,
Port Clinton, Ohio, as the time
and place for the fnal hearing
on the proposed vacations. By
Order of the Board of County
Commissioners Ottawa County,
Ohio Rhonda Slauterbeck, Clerk/
Assistant Administrator. (The
Beacon: Published October 25
and November 1, 2012)
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CONDO
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1 Bedroom/1 Bath Fully furnished
1st Floor End Unit. Washer/Drier.
No pets, No smoking. $650 plus
electric. Port Clinton. 614-579-
6061
Admiralty 2 Bedroom 2 Bath-
room luxury condo. No smoking.
Partially furnished. Lake view.
One or Two year lease. $750
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plus electric. Available Septem-
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Call 614-563-5729.
Green Cove Condo For Rent. One
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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
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30 Deeded Dock and Paid Inside
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Call 757-567-7053.
COTTAGE
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Year-round rental in Lakeside-
Marblehead. Furnished effcien-
cy cottage with loft and patio in
Marblehead. Close to restaurants
, ferry and Lakeside. $500 per
month plus electricity. No smok-
ing. No pets. Security deposit and
references required. Available
November 1. Call 419.341.4110.
HOME
FOR RENT
Furnished 1 Bedroom/ 1 Bath.
Marblehead. Washer & Drier will
allow one pet, Water View, Boat
Dock. $725 plus utilities. 423-
223-5865.
HOME
FOR SALE
House for Sale in Port Clinton.
Would consider Land Contract.
419-734-1117.
RENTALS - SINGLE
FAMILY HOME
2BR, 1 bath adorable home with
large deck with view of the bay.
1 1/2 car garage. Year-round
rental. $700 mo. + utilities. Call
Andrea at 216-407-2479.
FIREWOOD
FOR SALE
Seasoned frewood for sale:
$150 cord $80 1/2 cord. Call
Chuck 419-707-9728.
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.
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FOR SALE
14.1 CU. FT FRIGIDAIRE FREEZ-
ER. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
ASKING $200. PAID $400 NEW.
419-798-5331.
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SALE
Awesome Sale at gray house
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cellaneous! 3245 South Memo-
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Call 419-341-4322.
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State Tested Nursing Assistant
Positions available for State Test-
ed Nursing Assistants in The Cha-
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including every other weekend in
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ous nursing assistant experience
preferred Candidate must be
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excellent work ethic, and love
working with elders. Excellent
work environment The Vineyard
on Catawba is a member of Ohio
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please call 419-798-4461 Exten-
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HOME FOR RENT
COTTAGE FOR RENT
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HOME FOR SALE
RENTALS
SINGLE FAMILY HOME
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
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GARAGE SALE
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References Available
615 Croghan Street, Suite 100
Fremont, OH 43420
419-332-2337
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419-624-0383
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5100 E. Harbor Rd.
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Thursday, October 25, 2012 7B
NOW HIRING STNAS
Otterbein Homes, a family of non-proft continuing
care retirement communities related to The United
Methodist Church, is currently seeking a 1st shift full-
time STNA, part-time 2nd shift STNA and PRN STNAs
at its North Shore campus located outside the gates of
Lakeside on the Marblehead Peninsula of Lake Erie,
Ohio. Very competitive wages. (EOE)
Please stop in to fll out an application
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9400 North Shore Blvd.
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Fax 419-798-4662
jlenthe@otterbein.org
Jobs Just Posted
REAL ESTATE & PUBLIC AUCTION
WHEN: Saturday November 3, 2012
10:00 A.M. Household 11:00 A.M. Real Estate
WHERE: 521 E 2
nd
Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
For: Elaine M Renn
Auctioneer Note: This home was fnished in 1904, very unique!
Real Estate: 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2 story home on .306 +/- acres. Living room,
dining room, family room, eat-in kitchen, gas forced air, AC, 1
st
foor laundry room,
library, hardwood foors, 2 freplaces.
Household: Dining room table w/ 8 chairs, small buffet, oak drop leaf table,
Yamaha baby grand piano, foor lamps, 3- Virginia Zafraian pictures, Ben Richmond
plate, oak covered china cabinet, records, nick naks, pots, pans, pie case, old
refrigerator, red leather couch, coffee table, CD box, record player, refrigerator,
small refrigerator, fans, old TV, toys, kids table w/ chairs, dolls, stuffed animals,
erector set, glider chair, cained bottom chair, old mirror, full size bed, desk & chair,
book shelves, Hi Boy oak chest, old dresser, 2- white chest dresser, full size bed w/
dresser & mirror, hutch, night stand, corner shelving, white shelf, throw rugs, corner
book shelf, computer desk, 2 drawer cabinet, 2- book shelves, DVD & VHS player,
paper cutter, lighted Cleveland Brown sign, old 440 camera projector, glassware,
margarita glasses, treadmill, old train set (3 boxes), magic chef commercial bread
maker, commercial deep fryers, old trumpet, big pots & pans, 5 pc wicker furniture,
Igloo cooler, 2 wooden shelves.
Motor Scooter: Roketa Mc-20-150.
Lawn, Garden & Outdoor: Golf clubs, skis, fshing rods, fshing lures, fshing
tackle, Coleman chair, Milwaukee radio arm saw, B&D circle saw, Skill jig saw,
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ladder jacks, 2 HP electric edger, weed eater, scaffolding, 2 allum boards, electrical
cords.
Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. All items sold as is where is. Not responsible for accidents, or items
after they are sold. Statements made the day of sale supersede all printed matter. Licensed by the division
of Licensing, Ohio Department of Agriculture, and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.
Real Estate Terms: $5000 down non-refundable at time of auction, with balance due on delivery of deed
in 30 days. Taxes will be prorated. Statements made the day of sale supersede all printed matter. Property
sold not contingent upon fnancing or inspections. Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids.
NOTE: Chad W. Brough Auctioneer is licensed by the Ohio Department of Agriculture and a licensed
Broker for Batdorff Real Estate, Inc. Chad W. Brough and Batdorff Real Estate, Inc. are representing the
sellers only. Properties are sold as is where is, no guarantees. Buyers shall rely entirely on their own
information and inspection of the property.
Chad W. Brough - Licensed Auctioneer - 419-262-7408
www.batdorff.com BATDORFF REAL ESTATE CLICK ON AUCTIONS
419-898-9503
2007 Toyota Camry with 55,000+ miles
Very good to Excellent condition.
This is a Toyota dealership certifed vehicle
KBB party to party price is $13,245
Asking 12,900 OBO
Call Bill at 419-341-0984
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its all here!
The Commons of Providence provides
the freedom to enjoy all the pleasures
of independent retirement living, and,
should the need arise, offers higher levels
of care including assisted living and
memory support.

Call Jean or Jane today to
schedule your personal tour at
419.624.1171.
Jane Windisch
Marketing Director,
Assisted Living &
Memory Care
Jean Carris
Marketing Director
Independent Living