Port Clinton High School Marketing Education students

and DECA members participated at the DECA District
2 Competition held at Bowling Green State University
Monday, Feb. 4, and took home many awards. A total of
fourteen students will be representing PCHS at the DECA
State Conference March 15-17:
1st Place: Eryn Nason (Retail Merchandising), Brooks
Calvert (Food Marketing), Sean Black (Business Services),
Jason Mueller (Marketing Management), Breahana Her-
nandez & Madison Baxter (Fashion Merchandising Pro-
motional Plan), Amber Wuersig (Hospitality & Tourism
Professional Selling), and Caitlin Behrens (Professional
Selling).
2nd Place: Nathan Haghiri (Automotive Services Mar-
keting), Laura Masimore (Human Resource Manage-
ment) Jacob Reed (Principles of Marketing) and Mary
Margaret Young (Restaurant Food Service).
3rd Place: Scott Wilkins (Quick Service Restaurant)
Also placing at the event: Amber Waite (Entrepreneur-
ship Innovation Plan) 3rd place, Christopher Stokes
(Business Finance) 4th place, Ross Meek & Michael Kirk-
patrick (Sports & Entertainment Promotional Plan) 4th
place, Nicole Rogers (Principles of Business and Admin-
istration) 5th place, Austin Krupp (Sports & Entertain-
ment Marketing) 5th place, and Alexis Cash (Principles of
Hospitality and Tourism) 6th place. Port Clinton DECA
placed 3rd in the Chapter of the Year with nine schools
competing.
All students participated in business related events and
presentations in front of adult judges from various as-
pects of industry. Students will be traveling to Columbus
March 15-17 to represent DECA District 2 at the Career
Development Conference at the Hyatt Regency in antici-
pation of qualifying for the International Career Devel-
opment Conference in Anaheim, California April 24-28,
2013. PCHS Senior Jason Mueller has already qualifed to
compete at Nationals in Restaurant Virtual Business Chal-
lenge as well as fellow seniors Sean Black and Christopher
Stokes in the Stock Market Challenge.
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Friday night wrestling and races in Oak Harbor
Big 10 Wrestling at Oak Harbor
What a night it was in Oak Har-
bor last Friday night. The high
school was packed for the Ohio
State-Illinois wrestling meet. B-
C-S Superintendent Guy Parmi-
gian escorted our editor, Donna
Lueke, to the High School from
the Chamber Dinner to snap
some photos, especially the ones
of C.J. Magrum’s tough loss in his
match. Meanwhile, the Oak Har-
bor Area Chamber of Commerce
dinner was also a great time.
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the $7,500 challenge put out by
Fairway Villas’ Tom Bohlander
last week. As you read in these
pages last week, Tom is putting
up the $7,500 and challenging
the rest of the local business com-
munity to come up with another
$7,500. Mike Bassett is holding a
“Contribution Day” on Saturday,
Feb. 16…ALL DAY! WPCR on-
line radio is doing a live remote
from Bassett’s that day. Kind of
reminds me of the old “Heart-
line” days we had on Valentines
Day at WRWR back in the day.
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116 entries who found
our friendly fsh hiding in the ad
for Hair Quarters on page 4A in
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fnd him, drop off an entry form
at our offce in the Beacon Place
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I’m told by Port Clinton Kiwan-
is President Carl Koebel that last
Friday night’s Pancake Dinner at
Port Clinton High School was a
big success. They raised $2,500
for the family of Devin Kohlman,
the PC Middle School student
who has been waging a coura-
geous battle with a brain tumor.
Big thanks for the donations
from Kiwanians Andy Benko and
Mark Giaco.
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Riverview Industries, now
known as RVI, will be hold-
ing a bake sale on Friday, Feb.
8, at the National Bank of Ohio
in Oak Harbor from 10:30 a.m.
until 1 p.m. All proceeds from
this “sweet event” will beneft
the Client Council Fund at RVI.
This fund allows clients at RVI to
enjoy special events and outings
throughout the year.
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The American Red Cross Blood-
mobile will be making two stops
in Ottawa County next Monday,
Feb. 11. They will be at St. John’s
Lutheran, 122 Ottawa Street in
Oak Harbor, and at the American
Legion Hall in Elmore. Both will
be held from 12 noon to 6 p.m.
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The Danbury High School
National Honor Society will be
hosting a bake sale at the last
boys’ basketball game on Friday,
Feb. 15. They will also be raising
money for the American Heart
Association for Heart Awareness
Week by selling T-Shirts for $10.
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There is an exciting new busi-
ness scheduled to open this sum-
mer. Catawba Island Brewing
Company, a microbrewery, will
be opening at 2330 E. Harbor Rd.
The renovations at that location
and the brewing will begin soon.
More details soon.
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Congratulations to a pair of
local students who recently
earned their bachelor degrees
from Spring Arbor University in
Spring Arbor, Michigan. They are
Patricia Luebcke of Port Clinton
and Stacy McMurray of Marble-
head. Both received their degrees
in Social Work.
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On Thursday, Feb. 21, the Oak
Harbor Chamber of Commerce
is sponsoring a free seminar on
Consumer Law Updates from 12
noon to 1 p.m. The presenter will
look at advertising guidelines,
cancellation rights of consumers,
the Deposit Rule, door-to-door
sales, and refund policies plus
much more. The seminar is free
to Chamber members, and $10
for non members. The seminar
will be held at the Ottawa County
Improvement Corp. just east of
Oak Harbor on State Route 163.
RSVPs are requested by calling
Valerie Winterfeld at 419-898-
0479 or email the chamber at
chamber@oakharborohio.net by
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Sarah Horne regarding the Con-
estoga West End Project. The
group meets the third Wednes-
day of each month, which means
their next meeting will be Feb.
20. They have changed the loca-
tion and will now meet at Bataan
School’s new cafeteria starting at
6 p.m. They will still do potluck
style meetings if desired, but not
necessary.
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Sports 2B
BY DONNA LUEKE
Last week Ohio Governor John Kasich pro-
posed a school-funding overhaul that is know as
“Achievement Everywhere”, part of Kasich’s FY
2014-15 budget proposal. While many of the de-
tails of the plan are to be revealed later this week,
and the plan will need to be approved by the legis-
lature, the stated aims are to boost poorer districts
and promote performance. According to Kasich’s
offce, no district will receive less in state aid next
year than it did in the current 2013 fscal year.
The program seeks to take on Ohio’s persistent
education disparities. In 1997, the Ohio Supreme
Court ruled Ohio’s school funding system uncon-
stitutional due to the inequalities in funding be-
tween poor and wealthy districts, and directed the
legislature to overhaul the funding system. Ohio’s
governors and legislators have been working to
correct the disparities since that time.
According to Dan Parent, superintendent of
Danbury Schools, “96 percent of schools will ben-
eft. Unfortunately, Danbury is one of the 4% that
will not. We won’t lose, but we won’t gain.” Par-
ent is waiting for more details to be revealed. “The
devil is in the details, so we are waiting for them to
come out later this week.”
Pat Adkins, Port Clinton superintendent, had
the opportunity to attend Kasich’s “Achievement
Everywhere” launch. “I was encouraged,” said Ad-
kins. He echoed Parent’s comments, saying that
“Port Clinton and Danbury are perceived to be
wealthier districts, so we often don’t get the ben-
efts others do. Lots of details will be coming this
week. I reserve judgment until I see the details.”
Guy Parmigian, Benton-Carroll-Salem superin-
tendent, was also at Kasich’s event in Columbus,
and “was lucky to be able to ask him (Kasich) a
question during the Q and A.” Parmigian was
pleased that the governor was asking for feedback
and questions from the superintendents. He is
“cautiously optimistic” about the plan.
This week there is to be a simulation available
that will show the individual impact on all dis-
tricts. Parmigian said, “I want to see the details,
and also how the legislature will respond. We
don’t yet know all the pieces of the puzzle, but I
feel a little better overall about our situation at
BCS.”
‘Achievement Everywhere’
details will reveal local impact
Port Clinton DECA headed to State
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, through its Great
Lakes Hydraulics and Hydrology Offce reports a preliminary new re-
cord low water level for Lake Michigan-Huron for the second month
in a row.
The new record low of 175.57 meters or 576.02 feet is the lowest
monthly average ever recorded for any month over the offcial period
of record for Great Lakes water levels, which extends back to 1918. The
Corps’ latest forecasts indicate a strong likelihood for continued record
lows on Lake Michigan-Huron over the next several months. Water lev-
els on the remaining Great Lakes are expected to remain below their
respective long-term average water levels, but above record lows.
The current record low water levels on Lake Michigan-Huron are the
result of lower than average snowfall during the winter of 2011-2012,
coupled with the very hot and dry summer.
Above average precipitation and snow cover coupled with below aver-
age evaporation this winter are needed to raise Lake Michigan-Huron
water levels above record lows. However, it would take similar condi-
tions over many seasons for levels to rise to near average levels. The
Corps will continue to monitor basin conditions and provide updated
information on our website at www.lre.usace.army.mil or call our Pub-
lic Affairs Offce at 313-226-4680.
Record low levels for
Lake Michigan-Huron
Jessie Ronald
Caldwell
Aug. 9, 1954-Feb. 1, 2013
Jessie Ronald Caldwell,
58, of Catawba Island,
passed away Friday, Feb.1,
at his residence, after an ex-
tended illness, surrounded
by his loving family. Jessie
was born on August 9, 1954
in Kingsport, TN, the son
of R. C. and Gladys (Mul-
lins) Caldwell.
A Gathering to celebrate
Jessie’s life will be held for
family & friends from 1-3
p.m., Monday, Feb. 4, at
the Gerner-Wolf-Walker
Funeral Home & Crema-
tory, Port Clinton. Online
condolences may be shared
with the family at www.
walkerfuneralhomes.com.
Markus
Democrates
Dunham
Aug. 26, 1955-Jan. 26, 2013
Markus Democrates
Dunham, 57, of Catawba
Island, passed away Satur-
day, Jan. 26, at his home on
Catawba after an extended
illness. Mark was born
on Aug. 26, 1955, in Fort
Knox, KY, the son of Rich-
ard M. and Nancy (Yates)
Dunham.
Memorial services will
be conducted at 11 a.m.,
Saturday, Feb. 9, in the
Gerner-Wolf-Walker Fu-
neral Home & Crematory,
Port Clinton, with visita-
tion one hour prior to the
services from 10-11 a.m.
Online condolences may
be shared with the family at
www.walkerfuneralhomes.
com.
Milfred “Mush”
Easton
March 14, 1928-Jan. 30, 2013
Milferd F. “Mush” Easton,
84, of Port Clinton, died
Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the
Regency Hospital of Toledo
in Sylvania. He was born
on March 14, 1928, in Port
Clinton, the son of the late
Floyd and Malinda (Gleck-
ler) Easton.
Visitation will be held
at the Neidecker, LeVeck
& Crosser Funeral Home,
1124 Fulton Street, Port
Clinton, on Monday, Feb.
4, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m.
with Firefghter Services to
be conducted by members
of the Port Clinton Fire De-
partment at 7 p.m. Funeral
Services will be held on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 11 a.m.
at the funeral home. Burial
will follow in Riverview
Cemetery, Port Clinton.
Online condolences may be
expressed at www.neideck-
erleveckcrosser.com.
Norberto “Beto”
Laurel
Dec. 18, 1937-Jan. 31, 2013
Nolberto “Beto” Laurel,
75, of Port Clinton, died
Thursday, Jan. 31, with his
family by his side, at his resi-
dence. He was born on Dec.
18, 1937, in Oilton, Texas,
the son of the late Alfredo
and Petra (Vasquez) Laurel.
Memorial services were
held at the Neidecker,
LeVeck & Crosser Funeral
Home, Port Clinton on
Monday, Feb. 4. Online con-
dolences may be expressed
at www.neideckerleveck-
crosser.com.
Craig Wayne
Lieske
Craig Wayne Lieske, age
48, of Athens, passed away
on Friday, Jan.18, of a heart
attack.
Craig was an incredible
musician as well as an au-
thor, bookseller, songwriter
and so much more. He was
born in Lima, Ohio on Dec.
30, 1964. He also lived in
Athens TN & Florence SC,
but has lived in Athens GA
since 1982. He graduated
from Clarke Central High
School, class of 1983 and at-
tended UGA in the eighties.
Craig was a bookseller at
Avid Bookshop, played in
countless bands, including
Garbage Island and Echo
Canyon. He was an ex-
tremely well regarded mu-
sician in experimental rock
and freeform jazz circles.
He was a former manager at
The Fabulous 40 Watt Club
and a long time employee of
the band Drive-By Truckers
where he elevated to role of
merchandise wrangler to
that of an ambassador and
liaison between the fans and
the band. He was known for
an encyclopedic knowledge
of music, art and literature.
He recently fnished writ-
ing a novel and was shop-
ping for a publishing deal.
He was as happy, kind and
thoughtful a man as could
be, and universally loved.
He was preceded in death
by his wonderful and loving
wife, Janet Bond.
Craig is survived by his
beloved soul mate and com-
panion Melinda Cook; par-
ents Dale and Elaine Lieske;
sister Gretchen Lieske Hill;
brother-in-law Shawn Hill;
niece Sierra Veal; cousin
Ryan Hetrick and numerous
Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.
There has been an out-
pouring of love and grief
from friends all over Ath-
ens and the many towns he
traveled while touring with
Drive-By Truckers; as well
as his many musical col-
laborators and dear friends
from Avid Bookshop and
The 40 Watt Club. Many
people regarded Craig as
the glue that helped to hold
our very vibrant and diverse
music scene together and
will be terribly missed.
The Offcial Memo-
rial Service will be Satur-
day, Feb. 2nd, 2-4 p.m.at
the Fabulous 40 Watt Club,
285 West Washington St.,
Athens, GA 30601.
In lieu of fowers please
make a donation in Craig’s
name to Nuçi’s Space,
396 Oconee St., Athens,
GA 30601.
For more information
on Craig and how to help
Melinda & Craig’s family
please go to http://driveby-
truckers.com/craig.html.
Online condolences may be
offered at www.bernsteinfu-
neralhome.com. Bernstein
Funeral Home and Crema-
tion Service is in charge of
arrangements.
Nathan James
Roberts
Nathan James Roberts,
infant son of Anthony and
Jaime Roberts of Rocky
Ridge, was stillborn Thurs-
day, Jan. 31, 2013 at Flower
Hospital, Toledo. Arrange-
ments were handled by
Robinson-Walker Funeral
Home & Crematory, Oak
Harbor.
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On Jan. 29, the Honorable Judge Winters swore in Mr. Gary E.
Cagle, appointing him to represent the Veterans of Foreign Wars on
the Ottawa County Veterans Service Commission Board of Com-
missioners. Mr. Cagle was appointed to fll a three-year term. He
is a Vietnam War veteran who served honorably in the U.S. Marine
Corps. To view his biography, visit www.co.ottawa.oh.us/veterans/
commissioners.htm.
On Jan. 11, the Hon-
orable Judge Winters
swore in Mr. David
McDougall, appoint-
ing him to represent
the AMVETS as a
Commissioner on the
Ottawa County Vet-
erans Service Com-
mission. This is Mr.
McDougall’s fourth term. He began rep-
resenting the AMVETS in January 1998.
Throughout his 15-year tenure, he has
been instrumental in approving over a
million dollars in emergency fnancial as-
sistance to over 2,500 veterans of Ottawa
County, as well as their family members.
As a strong advocate of the veterans, he has
been actively involved in the celebration of
county veterans’ accomplishments and in
the commemoration of their sacrifces. Mr.
McDougall is a Vietnam Era Veteran who
served honorably in the U. S. Air Force.
Port Clinton, Ohio - The Main Street Port
Clinton Board of Directors and the Walleye
Festival Committee announces an offcial
“Call for Merchandise and Non-Proft Ven-
dors” for the 33rd annual Walleye Festival
held over Memorial Day weekend, May 24
- May 27, 2013.
Laura Schlachter, Program Manager of
Port Clinton Main Street announced, “We
have had an overwhelming interest of ven-
dors from previous years and expect to eas-
ily fll our available spaces for this year’s
Walleye Festival in Waterworks Park. We
wanted to reach out to vendors within the
region early, since space is flling up quickly”.
New this year, Members of the Port Clin-
ton Area Chamber of Commerce receive a
10% discount on their vendor space. Ap-
plications received before April 1, receive
a $25 discount. For more information,
please contact the Main Street Port Clinton
offce at 419-734-5503 or visit www.wall-
eyefestival.com to download an application.
McDougall reappointed
to represent Amvets
County Veterans Service Commission
welcomes new commissioner
Main Street Port Clinton announces
Walleye Festival call for vendors
Walleye Festival advance ride tickets
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A volunteer reader plays an important role in in-
creasing a child’s academic success and engagement in
learning. That’s why the United Way, Ida Rupp Pub-
lic Library, Ottawa County Family and Children First
Council, Port Clinton News Herald, and AmeriCorps
have teamed to recruit 100 readers.
Reader training will take place on Wednesday, Feb.
27, from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Ida Rupp Public
Library. Readers are needed for the Port Clinton, Oak
Harbor, Harris Elmore and Genoa areas to complete
training and then read at area preschools.
For more information or to sign up for the training,
please call Jennifer Buch at the Ida Rupp Public Library,
419-732-3212.
Local offcials recently met to address issues with the
Catawba Island Township recycling program. Trustees
met with representatives from OSS Solid Waste District
and Rumpke, the company that services the recycling
containers for the township.
In order to better serve the residents of the township
a decision was made to move the recycling containers
to the township administrative building parking lot at
4822 East Cemetery Road from the current location at
the West Harbor Boat Launch parking lot off Route 53.
This is an ongoing effort to fnd the best location for
the recycling containers and to ensure the continued
successful operation of the program.
OSS Solid Waste Dis-
trict offcials told trustees
that the township loca-
tion collects the most ma-
terial of all the 41 loca-
tions across the District.
For questions concern-
ing the recycling program
please contact the OSS
Solid Waste District at
419-334-7222.
Ida Rupp Public Library announces that access to bet-
ter fnancial and investor information and educational
events are coming to Port Clinton with the launch of
Smart investing@your library®.
Ida Rupp Public Library was one of 14 public librar-
ies nationwide selected for the grant by the American
Library Association (ALA) and the Financial Indus-
try Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Investor Education
Foundation as part of Smart investing@your library®.
This prestigious grant will help to build the capacity of
Ida Rupp Public Library to provide effective, unbiased
fnancial and investor education to the community.
With the funding, Ida Rupp Public Library will partner
with United Way, the Port Clinton City School District,
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Kidsville News Northern
Ohio, Catawba Island Club, Lakeview Estates and Fire-
lands Presbyterian Church. They will teach low-income
children and their parents fnancial fundamentals
through hands-on summer activities and workshops and
classes throughout the year. Programming will address
earning money, needs vs. wants, banking fundamentals,
budgeting basics, establishing savings goals and similar
basic topics. Throughout the non-summer months, the
library will sponsor additional activities that bring par-
ents, children and teens together and model strategies
that parents can use to teach their children good money
habits and skills.
“This generous grant from the FINRA Investor Educa-
tion Foundation couldn’t have come at a better time,”
said Deborah Loiacono, Director. “Smart investing@
your library® allows us to meet a critical need for people
to have information they can trust to help them arrive at
a brighter fnancial future. We look forward to using our
grant to create innovative programs that help people in
our community prosper.”
The Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society members
are making plans for the 2013 season, The schedule for
the museum and the lighthouse tower tours will be the
same as last year. The hours are 12 to 4 p.m. weekdays, 4
to 6 p.m. on Sunday evenings and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the
second Saturday of each month. The $2 fee, with children
under six being free, will remain the same.
The monthly meetings of the MLHS have been changed
from the third Thursday to the third Wednesday of each
month, March thru November. The meetings will con-
tinue to be held at the Otterbein North Shore Retirement
Center at 7 p.m. in the Activity Room.
Dozens of U.S. fags lined the sidewalks and brick path-
way and patriotic music could be heard throughout the
park on Wednesday, July 4. Mike Kimerline set up the mu-
sic, using his computer and additional speakers.
To-date, the MLHS has placed 593 engraved bricks in
the commemorative brick circle surrounding the Com-
pass Rose at the Marblehead Lighthouse State Park. The
brick orders continue to come in and are being engraved
by Balconi Monuments of Sandusky. They will be ready
for installing in the spring when the weather breaks.
The MLHS received support from the following Business
Members this past year, and are grateful to them for their
interest in the Museum and for supporting plans to build
a replica of the original Marblehead U.S. Life Saving Sta-
tion. Those Business Members are: Anchors Away Marine
Corp., Arby’s Port Clinton, Bass Haven Marina, Bassett’s
Market, Bauman Auto Center, Bayside Comfort Inc., Bell
Heating and Electric, Bergman’s Greenhouse & Market,
Big Boppers Restaurant, Bolte Real Estate, Brown’s Dairy
Dock, Carter Lumber, Catawba Island Post & Beam LLC,
Cheese Haven Corp., Cleats Club Seat Grille, Country Inn
& Suites, Crabby Joe’s, Crow’s Nest Restaurant, Danchisen
Marathon, Diana’s Deli, Dockside Villas, Don’s Body Shop
Towing & Recovery LLC, Frederick Agency, Gordon Lum-
ber Co., The Hair Hut, Hi Way Bait-Tackle & Lodging,
Holmes Auto Service, Howard’s Auto, Howard Hanna Real
Estate Services-Tomi Johnson Broker Associate, Howard
Hanna Real Estate Services-Donna Schoonmaker, James-
town Tavern, The Jet Express, John Tracy Farm Market,
Kaspar’s Lake Breeze Cabins, The Kroger Co., Lafarge
Quarry, Lake Point Motel, Lakeside-The Chautauqua on
Lake Erie, The Lighthouse Resort Hotel, Majestic Motel,
The Marblehead Bank, Marblehead Galley & Freight-
ers Lounge, Marilyn’s, Marine Tech Concepts, Mar-Lu
Motel-Cottages-Marina, Martha & Molly’s, Merchant 31,
Uniquely Designed Gifts & More, Mike’s Dockside Ser-
vice, Mon Ami Restaurant & Historic Winery, Mutach’s
Market, Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi, Newport
Clothing & Gear, Peninsula Motel and RV Park, Reef Run-
ner Tackle Co. Inc., Shore Nuf Charters, Shrock’s Marina
Inc., Skipper Bud’s Marina Del Isle, Starcher Enterprises,
LLC, Surf Motel & RV Campground, Surf Bait & Tackle,
Trish McCartney-State Farm Insurance, Sypherd Cycles,
Taylor’s Resort, The Village Clipper Barbershop, Tibbels
Marina, Toft Dairy, Village Clothing Inc., Young’s Carpet
One Floor & Home and Waldo Pepper’s Bar and Grill.
The MLHS received the following museum items this
past year: a frst day issue stamp of the Marblehead Light-
house from David and Lillian Capko; from Susan Lawyer,
several photos from the early 1900’s of the Lifesaving Sta-
tion, a hand carved small model canoe and a glass picture
advertising E. A. Lammer’s Cafe and Studebaker Automo-
biles of Danbury, Ohio.
A Nature and Nautical sale will be held again this year
on the second Saturday of July. For those who have any
items with a nature and nautical theme that they would
like to donate, drop off the items at the Museum after the
opening date of May 28 or call 419-798-4877 for more in-
formation.
There is always a need for more Docents, so if you would
like to spend some time at the museum and lighthouse,
meeting many interesting people from all over the U.S.
and around the world, call 419-798-4934 or 419-798-
4877.
Marblehead
Lighthouse
Historical
Society plans
2013 season
Ida Rupp Public Library launches new
fnancial education programs with grant
Campaign to
recruit readers
and tutors
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Port Clinton High School recently an-
nounced the Students of the Month for
December and January. The December
2012 Student of the Month was Sydney
Adkins and in January 2013 Trey Gluth
was named Student of the Month.
Sydney Adkins is involved in numerous
clubs and organizations at Port Clinton
High School. She was captain and a four-
year member of the Redskin volleyball
team, earning Honorable Mention All-
SBC, and holds the school record for most
assists in a career. She is on the softball
team and played basketball for two years.
Sydney has also been named a Kiwanis
Scholar Athlete and to the All-SBC Aca-
demic Team. She is the President of Na-
tional Honor Society, Treasurer of Leader-
ship Council, a member of Teen PEP and
Future Teachers of American and a Fresh-
men Mentor. Her peers selected her as the
2012 PCHS Homecoming Queen. Next
year she will major in Early Childhood
Education at Ashland University. Sydney is
the daughter of Pat and Paula Adkins.
Trey Gluth is the January 2013 Student
of the Month and has devoted a lot of his
four years of high school to Redskin Ath-
letics. He is a four-year member of the
football team, earning three varsity letters
and Honorable Mention All-SBC in 2012.
As a four-year member of the baseball
team, he was named 2nd Team All-SBC in
2011, 1st Team All-SBC in 2012 and 2nd
Team All-District in 2012. In the Summer,
he plays baseball for Sandusky American
Legion Post 83 Team. At PCHS he is also
a member of the Port Clinton High School
Leadership Council, International Club,
2012 Homecoming Court, and a Freshmen
Mentor. In the Fall of 2012 he was named
to the SBC All-Academic Team. Trey is the
son of John Jr. & Jan Gluth. Next year he
plans to major in history and continue to
play baseball at the collegiate level.
Port Clinton High School
Students of the Month
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The recent EHOVE Adult Career Cen-
ter Police Academy graduating class con-
sisted of ten students. Their instructor
was John Majoy and their commander
James Bond. Graduates are pictured
above. A portion of Jenna Borton’s train-
ing was delayed, but she is expected to
graduate soon.
Thayne Telquist received three awards:
Top Gun Award, Top Physical Fitness
Award and Top Academic Award. Joseph
Helle received the Top Driver Award.
Thayne Telquist was the student speaker
and Captain Mike Conney from Norwalk
PD was the instructor speaker.
The EHOVE Adult Career Center Po-
lice Academy offers the complete Ohio
Peace Offcer Basic Training Academy.
This course meets the required OPOTC
minimum hours making students eli-
gible to receive their basic OPOTC Cer-
tifcation. Students received additional
non-mandatory specialized training and
certifcations.
To enroll for the next Police Academy
Program, contact EHOVE Adult Career
Center at (419) 499-4663 x280. More
information is available at www.EHOVE.
net.
On Dec. 21 a group of thirty Port Clinton Middle School
sixth grade students traveled to the Challenger Learning
Center in Oregon to complete a space mission simulation.
The trip was sponsored by the North Point ESC as a part
of their STEM initiative to increase student enthusiasm
about math, science and technology. The Challenger Cen-
ter specifcally designed this simulation program to pro-
vide an authentic encounter that increases the principles
of teamwork, responsible decision-making, problem-
solving and communication. Students were immersed in a
realistic Mission Control and Space Station environment:
computer consoles, communication headsets, continuous
messages on the loud speakers, electronic messages, team-
mates they could only see on video monitors, emergency
sounds and fashing lights, and hands-on activities at sci-
ence stations.
Ms. Jennifer Kelly, Fleet 6 Science Teacher said, “Em-
bedded throughout the mission were opportunities for
students to apply the skills they have learned in the class-
room, grasp abstract concepts and take responsibility for
their own learning.” The students successfully completed
their individual tasks which, in turn, allowed the entire
group to accomplish the fnal goal of landing on the
moon. Ultimately, the students left the experience with a
renewed spirit of camaraderie, self-esteem and commit-
ment to learning.
EHOVE-trained and ready
(L-R) Back row: Instructor John Majoy, Caleb Harmon (Norwalk), Thayne Telquist
(Collins), Tom Abram (Lorain), Joseph Helle (Oak Harbor), David Rees (Willard),
Christian Ortolani (Castalia), Commander Jim Bond. Front row: Robin Nichols
(Monroeville), Jenna Borton (Perrysburg), Rachel Hinojosa (Norwalk), Anthony Fries
(Norwalk).
Mission to the Moon
Port Clinton Middle School student Andrew Babcock,
grade 6, works on his task in communications at the
Challenger Learning Center in Oregon. PCMS students
visited to complete a simulation lesson of landing on
the moon.
BCS Treasurer Mr. Tim Coffman re-established the
school district’s fnance committee to review district f-
nances and to help further community education regard-
ing school funding. The initial committee meeting was
held on Jan. 30, and there are currently plans to meet each
quarter.
The goal of this committee is to discuss current issues
regarding funding and district fnances and to help edu-
cate constituents about the complexities of public educa-
tion funding. According to Treasurer Tim Coffman, “I can
see this committee being an invaluable resource to not
only me, but also the community. The business and real
world experience that these members bring to the table
can only help to further guide our District in the right
direction fnancially.”
Members of the committee are Arlyn Bensch, Tim Coff-
man, Heather Dewitz, Dave Franck, Kendra German, John
Hermes, Guy Parmigian, Steve Rhodes, Jim Ridener, Curt
Riechman, Sue Segaard, Doug Slagle, Erin St. Bonore-
Flower and Keith Thorbahn.
BCS Finance Committee is re-established
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HEALTH&WELLNESS
Thursday, February 7, 2013 7A
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Box Offce/ 419-734-7050 Reservations www.thelisteningroompc.com
Paul Sikes and Marion Grace - 6pm
February 15th & 16th
FREE with 2 drink min.
Special Valentine’s Day Package
$59 includes hotel room,
show admission, and 4 drink tickets!
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111 Madison St. Port Clinton • 419-732-2030
Thursday! JAM NITE
EVERY THURSDAY 9pm - 12amHost Band
Fiddy Cent Wings
Welcomes Musicians, Singers, Bands and Music Fans
Homemade Soup Daily
DeVine Winter Wine Experience
2nd Annual
Wine & Dine For Two
Every Wednesday Two Dinners One Bottle of
Marchese Montefusco One Dessert To Share $35
Sat 2/23, 2013, 6:30-9:30
This Event sold out in 2012, get your tickets early!
National School Choice Week provides an opportunity
every January to focus on the need for effective education
opportunities for all children. This year National School
Choice week overlapped Catholic Schools Week which
was celebrated from Jan. 27 through Feb.3. Immaculate
Conception School in Port Clinton and St. Boniface in
Oak Harbor joined more than 2,000,000 Catholic school
students in more than 7,800 Catholic schools across the
nation to celebrate Catholic education.
At St. Boniface it was a very special week because they
still have a Catholic School to celebrate. In January of last
year the economy had the school on the verge of closing,
but a massive fundraising campaign by parents and pa-
rishioners raised over $100,000 and saw the creation of a
business plan aimed at keeping the school viable.
“This time last year we were marshalling our forces
to survive as a school. And look at us now, with a fully
equipped preschool classroom ready to open in the fall,
plans to add 6th grade next year, and increasing enroll-
ment. We’re still working hard and praying hard and we’ve
been truly blessed by the support of our parishioners and
the community.”
Monday at St. Boniface was Crazy Hat and Hair Day,
Tuesday was Literature Day, Wednesday Fr. David Ritchie
shared one of his favorite books, Thursday they recited the
Divine Mercy Chaplet and had an all-school square dance,
and Friday there were special speakers and ice cream sun-
daes followed by family fun night.
At ICS, Monday was Bible Bingo, Tuesday was Crazy Sock
Day and Wear Your Uniforms Inside Out Day. Wednesday
was Dress Like your Favorite Storybook Character and
Just Dance” Day, Thursday was Crazy Hat Day and Friday
was Pajama Day. Catholic Schools Week activities were
planned by ICS teachers Mrs. Jane Drusbacky, Mrs. Jackie
Brown, Miss Michelle Wojciechowski and Miss Mary He-
schel.
School Choice Week celebrated at ICS and St. Boniface
Crazy hat day at ICS. Crazy hat and hair day at St. Boniface.
At ICS the entire school
posed for a school photo
on Tuesday to commemo-
rate National School Choice
Week. The bright yellow
scarves that were provid-
ed by the National School
Choice organization.
February 2013 is National Heart Health Month. Keys
to addressing heart disease include: quitting smoking,
lowering cholesterol, controlling high blood pressure,
maintaining a healthy weight and exercising. Every time
someone participates in one of the following Magruder
Hospital offerings in February, they will have their name
entered into a drawing for a gift basket. The drawing will
be held on March 1st.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, beginning at 1 p.m., the Magruder
lab will offer a full cholesterol check (HDL, LDL, Triglyc-
erides) as well as blood pressure and blood sugar check
for $16. Appointments for this can be made by calling
419-734-3131 ext. 3420.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Magruder clinical staff will also
offer free blood pressure checks in the café from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
On Monday, Feb. 18, at noon in the Conference Center,
Magruder will host an educational luncheon with Dr. Da-
vid Morris, Director of Magruder’s Sleep Medicine Cen-
ter, talking on “Sleep and Heart Health”. Cost for the event
is $6 for lunch and participants should RSVP to 419-732-
0208 by noon on Friday, Feb. 15.
Regularly scheduled well-
ness classes at Magruder:
Yoga, Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m,
Conference Center, $10/
week or $8/week if paid
monthly. 419-635-2337.
Aquatic Exercise Program
at Lake Erie Sportsmedi-
cine, $30/month - 3 times
per week for 4 weeks. Re-
lease from Dr. required 419-
734-3131 ext. 3475.
Strength Training, Con-
ference Center, Tue & Thu,
5:30 p.m., $4 per class, 419-
732-4061 for more infor-
mation.
Zumba, Conference Cen-
ter, Mon & Wed, 5:30 p.m.,
$4 per class, 419-732-4061
for more information.
For more information on
events and screenings, go to
Magruder’s website at www.
magruderhospital.com.
Magruder Hospital
Celebrating Heart
Health Month
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Northern Ohio Crops Day
February 14, 2013
Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed
1375 N. State Route 590 • Gibsonburg, Ohio
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Commercial & Private Pesticide
Re-certifcation Credits
Certifed Crop Adviser CEU
Program Sponsored by
the Northern Ohio Crop Day Exhibitors
Admission
$10 donation helps pay for lunch and Includes
copy of Ohio & Indiana Weed Control Guide
Additional Fees
Pesticide Re-certifcation for Private Applicators $30
(Cost reduced by Program Sponsors)
Pesticide Re-certifcation for
Commercial Applicators $15 per hour
For additional information
or special needs call (419)-334-6340
Program is a joint effort
of OSU Extension
Sandusky, Wood & Huron Counties
Live Entertainment!
Thurs. February 7th
Open Mic Night
with David Lester
Guitarist/Vocalist
Fri. February 8th
Bob’s Birthday Party - Free Cake!
“Blues Night” w/Mutfoot
Sat. February 9th
Free Wild, Martin Koop
& Steve Wilson
Guitarist/vocals
Valentine’s Weekend Special
February 14, 15 & 16th
Sweetheart Package Includes:
Wine (One Bottle - Your Choice)
A Rose & Chocolates $22 + Tax
“LADIES NIGHT OUT”
Tuesday, Feb., 12th 7-10pm
Tickets: $20 Includes: One Glass of Wine,
Hors d’oeuvres, Chair Massage by:
Lou Ann Brandenberry, Licensed Massage Therapist
525 State Route 635 • Helena, OH 43435 • 419-638-5411
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Chateau Tebeau Winery
HOURS: Thurs - Fri 11:00 am - 10:00pm • Saturday 2:00 pm - 10:00pm
Ala Carte Cafe
225 Madison - Downtown Port Clinton
419-734-9939
Just a few of our Amazing Specials . . .
• 8 oz Sirloin Steak $7.95
w/home fries, 2 eggs and toast
• 2 Pork Chops with 2 Eggs $7.25
1/4 home fries & toast
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The Magruder Hospital Auxiliary’s 59th Annual Charity
Ball will take patrons to a time of knights, kings, queens
and fair maidens. On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Catawba Is-
land Club will be transformed into “A Medieval Knight.”
Chairing the event this year are Matt and Michele Muel-
ler. Michele, who is also President of the hospital’s Auxil-
iary, announced a format change for the event this year.
“With the medieval theme, we made the decision to offer
a feast of heavy hors d’ oeuvres and desserts throughout
the evening, instead of having the usual format requiring
seating reservations and a limited dinner selection. The
CIC has prepared a menu ft for a king and sure to appeal
to a variety of tastes.”
The event, which will begin at 7 p.m., is the hospital’s
largest fundraiser of the year and funds will be used to-
ward the Oncology Clinic renovation which began in
January. Local musicians The Junk, a 5-piece cover band
known for an eclectic blend of musical styles covering
multiple decades of artists, will be performing again this
year.
Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased at Bas-
sett’s Market, Mary’s Blos-
som Shoppe, Magruder
Hospital Gift Shop or Na-
tional Bank of Ohio in Oak
Harbor. Sponsorship infor-
mation may also be down-
loaded from the hospital’s
website, www.magruder-
hospital.com. Questions
regarding the event, tickets
or donations, may be di-
rected to Kerryn Lockhart
at Magruder by calling 419-
734-3131, extension 3105.
Magruder Hospital’s
Charity Ball theme is
‘A Medieval Knight’
Michele Mueller, Community Service Representative for
Home Instead Senior Care, and chair of this year’s char-
ity ball, looks on as Mary Gill sews decorative medieval
fags for the event.
Feb. 7
Autism Support
WHAT: This group is for any-
one who has been touched
by Autism and is free and
open to the public. Facilitated
by the Ottawa County Board
of Developmental Disabili-
ties, the group offers a way
for caregivers and family
members to connect with
others to share information
and resources about Autism
Spectrum Disorders. Registra-
tion is not required.
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. the frst
Thursday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
INFO: 419-898-0400
Parenting support
WHAT: Monthly support
group for parents of children
with special needs.
WHEN: 7 p.m. the frst Thurs-
day of each month
WHERE: Beauty for Ashes/
Co-Pilot Counseling offce
COST: Free
INFO: To register or for ques-
tions, contact Julie Weyandt
at 419-460-3309
Pilates
WHAT: Pilates with Laura
Tyson, instructor
WHEN: 9 a.m. Tuesdays
WHERE: The Ballet School,
Madison St., Port Clinton
COST: $5
INFO: For more informa-
tion contact: laura_tyson@
roadrunner.com.
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
WHERE: Magruder Confer-
ence Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
Art Class
WHAT: An art class for teens
through adults continues this
fall and winter at the Dan-
bury Senior Center. Local art-
ist Lori Roberts-Cobbledick, is
the instructor.
WHEN: Thursdays from
6-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Danbury Senior
Center, Marblehead
COST: $10 per class
INFO: Call Lori at 419-798-
0608.
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.;
weigh-in at 6 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: 320 E. Third St., Port
Clinton
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by another’s
drinking
WHEN: 8 p.m. every Thursday
WHERE: Trinity United Meth.
Church, 135 Adams St. Port
Clinton
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 11 a.m.
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church, 900 Jefferson St.,
Port Clinton
INFO: 419-515-4900
Open Public Shooting
WHAT: Shooters, including
aspiring new shooters, are in-
vited to do practice shooting.
WHEN: 5:30-8 pm, Tuesday
and Thursday evenings
WHERE: Camp Perry Training
Site, Port Clinton
INFO: Contact 419.635.2141
ext. 1101 or thecmp.org/3p/
publicshooting.htm
COST: $5/adult, $2/junior
Feb. 8
Bake sale
WHAT: RVI bake sale. All pro-
ceeds will beneft the Client
Council Fund at RVI. This fund
allows clients at RVI to enjoy
special events and outings
throughout the year.
WHEN: 10:30 a.m. until 1
p.m
WHERE: National Bank of
Ohio in Oak Harbor
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by another’s
drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Friday
WHERE: St. John Lutheran
Church, 122 Ottawa, Oak
Harbor
Bake Sale
WHAT: RVI Bake Sale. All
proceeds will beneft the
Client Council Fund at RVI,
which allows the clients at
RVI to enjoy special events
and outings throughout the
year.
WHEN: 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
WHERE: National Bank of
Oak Harbor.
Feb. 9
Murder Mystery
WHAT: “Silent but Deadly”
murder mystery dinner the-
ater, with prime rib or stuffed
chicken breast dinner.
WHEN: 6 p.m. cocktail hour,
7 p.m. show
WHERE: 1812 Food and
Spirits, 102 Madison, Port
Clinton
COST: $55 per person
INFO: For more information
or to make reservations (re-
quired) call 419-960-7546.
Feb. 10
Bake sale
WHAT: The Danbury High
School National Honor
Society will be hosting a
bake sale at the last boys’
basketball game. They will
also be raising money for the
American Heart Association
for Heart Awareness Week by
selling T-Shirts for $10.
WHERE: Danbury High
School gym
Feb. 11
Blood drive
WHAT: Red Cross blood
drive.
WHEN: 12 noon to 6 p.m.
WHERE: St. John’s Lutheran,
122 Ottawa Street in Oak
Harbor
WHERE: American Legion
Hall in Elmore.
Peace by Piece Quilt
Guild
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Oak Harbor
Methodist Church, 360 E.
Ottawa St., Oak Harbor (back
entrance)
Tales for Toddlers
WHAT: No registration
required.
WHEN: 10:30 a.m. and 6
p.m. 30 minutes of stories,
songs, and fnger plays
intended for children ages 2
and 3 with a caregiver.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public
Library, Port Clinton
INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public
Library at 419-732-3212 for
more information.
Zumba
WHAT: Zumba classes
WHEN: 5:30 p.m., Mondays
and Wednesdays
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
INFO: call 419-732-4061
COST: $4 per class
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by another’s
drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Monday
WHERE: St. Thomas Episco-
pal Church, 214 E. Second
St., Port Clinton
Feb. 12
Kids & Company
WHAT: Kids can join Toni
for a basic movement class
emphasizing coordination,
balance, fexibility, and
posture. For children ages 3,
4, and 5 without a caregiver.
Caregiver must remain in the
library during the program.
No registration required.
WHEN: 4:30-5 p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public
Library, Port Clinton
INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public
Library at 419-732-3212 for
more information.
Danbury Township Board
of Trustees meeting
WHEN: 7 p.m. This is a
change from the regular
Wednesday meeting date,
due to Ash Wednesday
WHERE: Danbury Township
Hall, Marblehead
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; 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
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
WHERE: Magruder Confer-
ence Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
Sisters in Sobriety
WHAT: Sisters in Sobriety, a
women’s AA meeting
WHEN: Tuesdays at 7:30
p.m.
WHERE: Sutton Center, 1854
E. Perry, Port Clinton
Zumba
WHAT: Zumba
WHEN: Tuesdays 6-7
WHERE: Danbury school,
Marblehead
COST: $8 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. Informa-
tion also available at www.
danbury.k12.oh.us.
Feb. 13
Ash Wednesday
Babies and Books
WHAT: 20-25 minutes of
stories, songs, fnger plays,
and rhymes. Intended for
children ages 6 months to 23
months with caregiver. In the
morning only play and social
time will follow for those who
participate in the program.
No registration required.
WHEN: 10:30 a.m. and 6
p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Public
Library, Port Clinton
INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public
Library at 419-732-3212 for
more information.
Zumba classes
WHEN: 5:30 p.m., Mondays
and Wednesdays
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
INFO: call 419-732-4061
COST: $4 per class
Jazz Night
WHAT: Wine, pasta, and live
Jazz music featuring The Bob
Smik Trio and special guests.
WHEN: Winter Wednesdays,
7-10 p.m.
WHERE: Slater’s Madison
Street Pub, 111 Madison St.,
Port Clinton
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
Sensibly. All are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every Wednes-
day
WHERE: Oak Harbor Library,
147 W. Main St.
INFO: 419-276-0304
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training with
Lisa Seckler
WHEN: 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Conference Center,
Magruder Hospital, Port
Clinton
INFO: call 419-734-3131 for
further information
COST: $4 per class
Caregiver Support
WHAT: Monthly support
group for people who care
for an older, disabled or ill
family member or friend so
caregivers can learn and
share about their role and
the resources available to
help them with this challeng-
ing job. The facilitators are
Michele Mueller of Home
Instead and Jody Strickling of
Otterbein North Shore.
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. the second
Wednesday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
INFO: 419-734-5050
Feb. 14
Valentine’s Day
Zumba
WHAT: Zumba with Laura
Tyson, instructor
WHEN: 7 p.m. Thursdays
WHERE: The Ballet School,
Madison St., Port Clinton
COST: $5
INFO: For more informa-
tion contact: laura_tyson@
roadrunner.com.
Health screening
WHAT: Full cholesterol
check (HDL, LDL, Triglycerides)
as well as blood pressure and
blood sugar check for $16.
WHEN: 1-4 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
lab, Port Clinton
INFO: Appointments for this
can be made by calling 419-
734-3131 ext. 3420.
COST: $16
Blood pressure checks
WHAT: Free blood pressure
checks.
WHEN: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
café, Port Clinton
Feb. 17
BBQ chicken dinner
WHAT: PC Seniors 3rd
Annual BBQ Chicken Dinner.
Dinners include 1/2 chicken,
two sides, a dessert and bev-
erage and are available for
dine in or carry out. Proceeds
will beneft the PC Seniors’
special projects fund.
WHEN: 11:30-2 p.m., or sell-
out, whichever comes frst.
WHERE: Port Clinton Moose
Lodge 1610, 1105 W. Lake-
shore Drive, Port Clinton.
COST: $8 advance sale or
$9 at the door. Only a limited
number of walk-ins will be
available. Tickets can be
purchased at the Port Clinton
Senior Center, 320 E. Third St.
(Tues., Thurs, or Fri. 10 a.m. –
1 p.m.) or at Mary’s Blossom
Shoppe, 125 Madison St.,
Port Clinton.
INFO: For further informa-
tion call Juanita @ 419-341-
1080.
Feb. 18
Educational luncheon.
WHAT: Dr. David Morris,
Director of Magruder’s Sleep
Medicine Center, talking on
“Sleep and Heart Health”.
WHEN: 12 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
COST: $6 for lunch.
INFO: RSVP to 419-732-
0208 by noon on Friday,
Feb.15.
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Family Nurse Practitioner
Barbara is part of the practice of Jessica Crow, DO,
providing patients with:
Ⅲ All aspects of healthcare and wellness care
Ⅲ Full range of family practice services, including
healthcare for children, women’s health,
preventative medicine, and elderly care
Ⅲ Accepting patients from birth on up
Ⅲ Walk-in patients are welcome as schedule
permits. Appointments are recommended.
family practice
New Patients Welcome!
Lab Services
All Physician Orders Accepted
Monday – Friday
6:30 – 10:30 am
419-557-5488
Barbara Vonthron & Dr. Crow
are members of Firelands Physician
Group, a multi-specialty group
providing primary care & specialty
care services to the surrounding
region and are on the medical staff
at Firelands Regional Medical
Center. Dr. Crow is also on the
medical staff at Magruder Hospital.
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TUESDAYS
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WEDNESDAYS
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THURSDAYS
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SUNDAYS
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$5 Burger & Fries ALL DAY!
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$1 pint ALL DAY!
$12 Bucket Special
We can accommodate all your catering or
party needs. Nothing too big or too small.
Breakfast/Brunch Sundays
9 AM - 1 PM
Monday Night is Steak Night
Steak, potato & salad starting at $11.99
Fridays are Lobster Night
Featuring Appetizers, Soups & Entrees
Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials
Happy Hour
Mon - Fri. 4 - 6 PM, Discounts on All drinks
Friday Feb. 8th
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7 - 11 pm
Saturday Feb. 9th
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Hotel Package
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Includes $50 towards dinner at 1812 or Rosie’s,
a Bottle of House Wine, late 2pm checkout and
breakfast on Sunday
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Jacuzzi Room with rose petals on the bed
and bottle of champagne or wine.
$89.00 plus tax
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Peninsula Youth Athletics will be holding registration for
summer baseball, softball and t-ball on Feb. 9 and Feb. 23
at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Marblehead from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Boys ages 4-14 are eligible and girls ages 4-18.
Sign-up forms are also available at Danbury Elementary
School in Marblehead.
For more information, contact Doug Brown at 419-656-
0030 or Jeff Tyson at 419-798-4213.
The Port Clinton Varsity Boys Bowling
Team clinched the Championship of the
Northern Ohio Bowling Conference vs.
Gibsonburg at Tri County Bowl in Wood-
ville Monday.
Caleb Conrad led the ‘Skins to a 2895-
2149 victory with games of 192-256. Se-
nior Sean Black added a 237 in his only
game, but won the NOBC Player of the
Year/High Average Award with 220.6.
Jacob Reed rolled a 209, Kyle Radloff a
208, Darryl Trent a 207, and Brock Rider
a 200.
Jacob Kaiser rolled a 184 for Gibsonburg
and Nathan Wallace a 181.
Sean Black said, “It feels good to bring a
Conference Title. After fnishing runner-
up the last two years, its great to be back
on top. We still have work left to do.”
The Redskins ended 11-3 in Conference
play, and are 14-5 overall.
The Lady Redskins dropped a 2211-2192
decision to the improving Gibsonburg
Girls. The Lady ‘Skins dropped to 11-3 in
Conference action, but ended with a sec-
ond place fnish. Alysia Zoeller rolled 167-
201 and Reilly Wittman 142-179.
Redskins clinch title
at Northern Ohio
Bowling Conference
Peninsula Youth
Athletics holds
registration
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BY DONNA LUEKE
Super Bowl weekend’s premier sports event in Ottawa
County was Friday night’s sold-out wrestling match be-
tween two top-ten ranked Big Ten NCAA division I teams,
#5 OSU and #6 Illinois. In contrast to the Super Bowl, the
exciting elite-level athletic event featured commercial-free
action and bargain ticket prices ($8 for adults, $5 for chil-
dren) that left enough time and money for many families
to go out for pizza after the match.
Oak Harbor High School gymnasium was flled with
over 2,000 mostly scarlet-and-grey-wearing OSU fans
who were treated to a decisive 25-9 Buckeye victory. The
outcome was decided early as OSU dominated the lighter
weight classes.
The loudest cheers were for the two OSU wrestlers
who are Oak Harbor High School graduates. 125-pound
red-shirt sophomore Drew Stone wrestled an exhibition
match to begin the evening. Senior C.J. Magrum, who
was a three-time state champion at Oak Harbor, suffered
a narrow, controversial and hard-fought 2-1 loss at 184
pounds.
For those who were unable to attend the event, following
are some sound-bites:
“OH” from one side of the gym.
“IO” from the other side of the gym.
“Our gym has never been so full,” from Guy Parmigian,
BCS superintendent of schools.
“Go C.J!” and “Let’s go Bucks!” from the crowd, cheer-
ing on C. J. Magrum.
“Boooooo!” from many in the crowd when Magrum
lost his match on riding points.
“OH” from one side.
“IO” from the other.
“Do you wrestle? What weight class?” from an OSU
wrestler as he signed a shy young fan’s t-shirt at the post-
game autograph session.
“That was great,” from many of the departing fans who
appreciated the efforts of Oak Harbor High School and
OSU in bringing the Big Ten match to the small Ohio
town with a big wrestling history.
More photos from the match are posted on The Beacon’s
website at www.thebeacon.net.
OSU defeats
Illinois at
Oak Harbor
PHOTOS BY DONNA LUEKE
Clockwise, starting top left: Oak Harbor’s
Drew Stone with Judson and Jaxson Over-
myer; Superfan The Big Nut leads O-H-I-O
cheer; CJ Magrum in a tough 2-1 loss; Part
of the sell-out crowd in attendance.
Cardinal Stritch 50, Danbury 34
Holding a 26-22 lead at halftime, Cardinal Stritch out-
scored Danbury, 14-8, in the third quarter to defeat Dan-
bury, 50-34.
Led by Abby Mass, who fnished with a game-high 26
points, the Cardinals built a 13-9 lead after one quarter
and held a four-point lead at the half. Up 40-30 after three
quarter, Stritch put the game away with a 10-4 advantage
in the fnal period.
Erin Lavelle led the Lakers with 10 points and Katie Al-
mendinger helped pace Danbury with nine points.
Toledo Christian 63, Danbury 42
The Eagles jumped out to a 19-4 led and never looked
back on their way to a 63-42 win over Danbury.
Toledo Christian held a 26-15 lead at halftime and put
the game out of reach by outscoring the Lakers, 16-11, in
the third quarter. Darian Westmeyer led the Eagles with
With the win, Toledo Christian improves to 17-3 and
12-0 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference while Dan-
bury falls to 9-11 and 8-4 in the TAAC. The win clinched
the league title for the Eagles. The Lakers, meanwhile, are
currently tied with Stritch for second place in the league.
Erin Lavelle led Danbury with 13 points, Megan Ste-
phens had 10 and Tori Wright scored nine.
After losing three games in a row, the Lakers look to
right the ship when they host Emmanuel Christian (5-9,
3-8 TAAC) on Thursday.
Danbury girls
lose third
straight
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BY YANEEK SMITH
Norwalk 92, Port Clinton 33
Facing the third ranked team in Division
I, the Port Clinton boys fell, 92-33, to the
Norwalk Truckers.
Grant Hull led Norwalk (17-0) with 24
points, scoring 18 from beyond the arc.
He helped the Truckers get out to a 28-7
lead after one quarter before they cruised
to victory.
Brock Moore led the Redskins with 10
points.
With the loss, Port Clinton falls to 3-13
on the season. The ‘Skins return to action
Friday when they travel to Clyde to take on
the Fliers (11-5, 6-4 SBC). Clyde won the
frst matchup between the teams, 75-60,
on Jan. 4.
PC boys fall to Norwalk
PC's Brock Moore is fouled on the way
to the basket against Perkins
PC's Cameron Rodriguez tries to split the Per-
kins defense last Friday night.
PHOTOS BY BILL MIGALA BY YANEEK SMITH
Despite holding a seven-point lead early
in the fourth quarter, Port Clinton let the
lead slip away before falling to Clyde, 52-
48.
Trailing 40-33, the Fliers went on a 15-6
run, taking the lead for good at 48-46
on a 12-foot jumper by Hannah Wad-
sworth.
On Clyde’s ensuing possession, forward
Amanda Cahill hit a three-pointer to make
it a fve-point game with 1:23 to play.
The ‘Skins were able to cut the def-
cit to 51-48 with under a minute to play,
but Hope Thorbahn misfred on a three-
pointer that would’ve tied it.
Cahill led all scorers with 26 points and
Wadsworth and Lexi Weber fnished with
eight points apiece.
Thorbahn led Port Clinton with 16
points, Tiffany Colston had 14 and Han-
nah Weaver fnished with 13.
With the win, Clyde clinches at least a
share of the Sandusky Bay Conference title
for the third consecutive year, improving
to 19-0 and 12-0 in the league. The ‘Skins,
meanwhile, fall to 16-3 and 10-2 in the
SBC.
Port Clinton travels to Milan to face Edi-
son on Thursday.
PC girls defeated by Clyde
Port Clinton's Hannah Weaver gets be-
hind the Clyde defense for an easy basket
PC's Paige Culver attempts a shot against
a tight Clyde defender
PHOTOS BY BILL MIGALA
Clyde 69, Oak Harbor 52
Despite trailing, 45-39, heading into the fourth quarter,
Clyde outscored Oak Harbor, 30-6, in the fnal period to
defeat the Rockets 69-52.
Flier point guard Derek Gray scored on a layup midway
thru the fourth quarter to put Clyde ahead, 51-50, and
Clayton Farrar hit a three-pointer from the right wing to
push the lead to four as the Fliers never looked back.
With the loss, Oak Harbor drops to 9-7 and 6-4 in the
league.
Gray led all scorers with 27 points, followed by Paul Cul-
len, who had 12.
Oak Harbor got 20 points from A.J. Cecil and 10 from
Greg Haar.
The Rockets travel to Sandusky on Friday to face Perkins
(14-3, 10-1 SBC).
Perkins 51, Oak Harbor 44
The Pirates raced out to a 15-4 lead after one quarter and
led throughout in their 51-44 victory over Oak Harbor.
The Rockets outscored Perkins, 27-20, in the middle two
quarters to cut the defcit to four heading into the fnal pe-
riod, but the Pirates held on, winning the fourth quarter,
16-13, to claim victory.
Shannon Ebert and Kayla Yost led Perkins with 14 points
apiece.
Makayla Carpenter led all scorers with 16 points and Ab-
bie Gezo and Maria Boers fnished with 12 points apiece.
Oak Harbor 46, Genoa 36
With the score tied at 30, Oak Harbor forward Andrea
Cecil drilled a 16-foot jumper from the right wing to give
the Rockets the lead for good before they held on for a 46-
36 win over Genoa in non-conference action.
With the score tied at 28 early in the fnal period, Cecil
scored nine of Oak Harbor’s 10 points during a 10-4 run
that saw the Rockets break a 28-28 tie and grab a 38-32
advantage before holding for the victory.
Forward Abbie Gezo chipped in with 11 points and
Makayla Carpenter fnished with 10 while holding Genoa
guard Ciara Albright to just eight points.
Haley Pickard led the Comets (7-9) with 10 points.
Oak Harbor hosts Tiffn Columbian, travels to Marga-
retta and hosts Eastwood this week.
Oak Harbor boys
lose to Clyde
OH girls fall to Perkins
Port Clinton High School Power Lifters traveled to the
Kenton Invitational Power Lifting Meet on Saturday, Jan.
26. The students work and condition with Coach Phil
Fought in the new weight room at True Lay Stadium. This
is the third year the athletes participated in the meet and
the training was in addition to their regular weightlifting
workout.
At the meet, individuals are divided into weight class
based on their body weight and place according to the
combined weight lifted in bench, squat and dead lift. Par-
ticipants were Kevin Mabe, Jesse Escobedo, Robert Beck,
Cole Araguz, Andrew Cline, Alec Ochs and Jacob Carri-
sales.
Jacob Carrisales took frst place in the 175 lb. weight
class; Robert Beck was 2nd in the 250 lb. class; Kevin Mabe
was 2nd in the unlimited weight class; Cole Araguz was
3rd in the 145 lb. class; Andrew Cline was 6th in the 210 lb.
class and Alec Ochs was 8th in the 155 lb. class.
PC Power Lifters competing at the Kenton Invitational
Power Lifting Meet included: (Left to Right) Kevin Mabe,
Jesse Escobedo, Robert Beck, Cole Araguz, Andrew Cline,
Alec Ochs, Jacob Carrisales.
PCHS Power
Lifters compete
at Kenton
Invitational
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It’s probably not on your calendar, but World Yoga Day
takes place on Feb. 24. As more people have discovered
its healthful benefts, yoga has grown in popularity. But
whether or not you practice yoga, you can apply its lessons
to other areas of your life — such as investing.
Specifcally, consider the following yoga-related themes
and how they might translate into investment habits that
may be benefcial:
• Balance — If you observe advanced yoga practi-
tioners, you will be amazed at the balance they ex-
hibit during certain positions. But for serious yoga
students, the idea of “balance” goes beyond physi-
cal movements and extends to a concept of life that
emphasizes, among other things, an avoidance of
extremes. As an investor, you too need to avoid ex-
tremes, such as investing too aggressively, too conser-
vatively or too sporadically. By building a balanced
portfolio, and by investing regularly, you can help im-
prove your chances of making progress toward your
fnancial goals.
• Flexibility — Among its many benefts, yoga helps
people increase their fexibility — and greater fex-
ibility results in fewer injuries and an increased ca-
pacity to enjoy many physical activities. As an inves-
tor, you need to be fexible enough to adjust your
portfolio as needed while still following a long-term
strategy that’s appropriate for your individual goals,
risk tolerance and time horizon.
• Relaxation — For yoga students, proper relaxation is
essential to achieving mental equanimity, emotional
balance and inner strength. But relaxation doesn’t
always come easily — even experienced yoga prac-
titioners need to work at it. As an investor, you also
may need to train yourself to relax because, given the
ups and downs of the market, it’s not hard to become
overwrought and make ill-advised decisions based
on short-term events. Staying calm and maintaining
a long-term view of things may help you make better
investment decisions.
• Positive thinking — Our own thoughts and actions
are largely responsible for creating our happiness
and success, according to yoga teachings. And posi-
tive thinking can play a key role in investing, too. For
example, if you were to constantly look at negative
headlines, you might conclude that it is pointless to
invest for the future because external events — eco-
nomic instability abroad, political squabbles at home,
natural disasters and so on — will just disrupt your
plans. Consequently, you might decide not to invest,
or invest in such a way that can make progress toward
your fnancial goals diffcult. But if you maintain a
positive attitude, you may be more inclined to invest
wisely for your future.
• Visualization — In yoga, visualization is often used
to reduce stress. At any given time, you might fnd it
diffcult to relax, but you can use your imagination to
see yourself — and put yourself — in a relaxed state.
As an investor, you need to visualize your goals, such
as a comfortable retirement, before you can defne
a strategy to help you work toward them. By seeing
yourself where you want to be, you’ll be motivated
to take the actions necessary to work toward getting
there.
Try putting the principles of yoga to work — they may
help you become a better investor.
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your
local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.
Financial Focus
with GARY COON
Can Investors Learn from Yoga Followers?
On Friday evening Paulette Weirich, 2013 Oak Harbor
Chamber of Commerce President, introduced new Board
members. The 2013 Board members are Matt Adkins,
Classic Construction; Don Douglas, Ashley Insurance
Group and Village of Oak Harbor; David Franck, Tri-Mo-
tor Sales; Debi Heiks, Signature Realty; Michelle Ish, the
HR Department and Guy Parmigian, BCS School District.
OH CHAMBER WELCOMES
NEW BOARD MEMBERS
National Bank of Ohio is pleased to
announce the appointment of Tom
R. Helberg to the Board of Direc-
tors. Tom’s expertise as an attorney
and real estate investor located in
Sylvania with holdings throughout
NW Ohio area will be an asset to
the Board. His valuable knowledge
and new perspective will be a beneft
for the bank as NBOH focuses on
growth in the Perrysburg market.
NBOH has been in business since
1934 and is an independently-owned provider of fnancial
services to businesses and consumers. Currently, NBOH
operates four full service offces located in Oak Harbor,
Curtice, Port Clinton and Oregon; along with two loan
production offces in Perrysburg and Fremont.
Tom will also serve as a director of the Holding Com-
pany, Indebancorp.
NBOH Appoints new
Board member
HELBERG
The Port Clinton Area Business and Professional
Women’s Club is holding its largest fundraiser of the
year, a Country & Western Roundup Auction Night to
beneft the organization’s Scholarship Fund.
The event will be held at the Port Clinton Moose Lodge
on Lakeshore Drive on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m. There
will be a live and silent auction, entertainment, games
and prizes awarded throughout the evening. Items in-
clude a fshing trip, tickets to various attractions, a 46”
TV, other electronics and much more. The dinner will be
BBQ Chicken & Ribs by Barbeque Traveler. All proceeds
will fund the club’s various programs with the largest
portion going to the BPW scholarship fund.
In conjunction with the Country & Western Auction
night, the club is raffing off 2 Platinum Seat tickets to
the 2013 Country Concert in Fort Loramie, Ohio. The
drawing will take place that evening. The winner will be
able to see Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Lee Brice, Chris
Cagle & Dustin Lynch on Saturday, July 13. Raffe tickets
are $1 each or 10 for $5.
Dinner tickets are $30 per person and both the event
and raffe tickets are available at Perfect Color Hair &
Tan on North Madison St., the WPCR Studios in the
Bassett’s Plaza or by calling Connie Peiffer at 419-345-
5654.
Port Clinton Area Business and Professional
Women schedules scholarship fundraiser
Allen Township
1-31-13 Fred L. Young Jr. to Federal
National Mortgage Association, 6950
Wildacre Road, $98,533.
Benton Township
1-29-13 Jeffrey A. and Rebecca E.
Dombrowsky to Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corporation, 16358 West
True Road, $83,334.
1-31-13 Daniel R. and Barbara L. Lowe
to Fannie Mae, 1571 West State Route
2, $60,000.
1-31-13 Deborah Sue Smith to Brigita
Domir, Vacant land Walbridge East
Road, $5,000.
Carroll Township
1-28-13 Richard L. and Susan E.
Duncan to James Steinmiller, 6495 Teal
Bend, $45,000.
1-30-13 Blaine Skinner to Henry Ger-
schutz, 6591 Pasadena Drive, $56,000.
2-1-13 Robert McKnisky to William
Chada, 1050 East Sister, ½ int $4,500.
Clay Township
1-31-13 Mark D. and Jackie L. Everett
to The Bank of New York, 20987 State
Route 163, $58,000.
2-1-13 Turtle Creek Development to
Chad T. Gargas et al, 29.70 acres,
$180,000.
Catawba Township
1-28-13 Nicholas S. Conte to Robert M.
and Catherine E. Rodiguez, 1799 North
Windward Drive, $135,000.
1-30-13 Catawba-Cleveland Develop-
ment Corp to CIC Development LLC,
2850 Sanctuary Drive, $42,000.
2-1-13 Mary Jo Patterson to James L.
and Diane O. Scott, 3119 North Beach
Towne Court, $340,000.
Danbury Township
1-28-13 James Chamberlin to James
Chamberlin Jr. and Tonya Chamberlin,
2175 South Bristol Drive, $420,000.
1-30-13 Joseph J. Boehm et al to David
V. and Vickie L. Kuntz, 7479 East Harbor
Road, $139,500.
1-31-13 Grant H. Leeper to Scott A.
and Penny J. Greehalgh, 168 Leddy
Lane, $239,999.
2-1-13 Daniel J. and Sherri A. Squires
to Michael G. and Jean M. Blake, 2855
South Amherst Road, $43,000.
2-1-13 Delia Moya to Scott Glovinsky
and Cortnie McRitchie, 5580 Port Clin-
ton Eastern Road, $107,000.
Erie Township
1-29-13 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation to EH Pooled Investments,
5560 West Erie Street, $18,250.
2-1-13 Kenjohny Company LLC to Jerry
P. Schuett, Unit B 112 The Port Clinton
Storage Condominium, $35,000.
Marblehead Corp
1-28-13 Philip and F. Marie Berry to
Federal National Mortgage Association,
216 North Strause Lane, $40,000.
Portage Township
1-30-13 Emmett and Rosemary Han-
kerd to Stephen and Patricia Doty, 2285
Sand Road, new split $223,380.
1-31-13 Ken Brown Rental Property
Inc to Matthew L. Wamsley, 1226 East
Emerald Avenue, $12,000.
Port Clinton City
1-28-13 Kirk Brandstrup et al to Federal
Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 537
West 3rd Street, $20,000.
1-28-13 Leigh Ann Smith and Shannon
G. Smith et al to JPMorgan Chase Bank,
323 Harrison Street, $38,000.
1-29-13 Adrienne Meyer to Brad and
Rachel Chaffn, 1150 Lee Avenue,
$149,500.
1-30-13 CIC Development LLC to The
Sanctuary Homes Development LLC,
2850 N Sanctuary Drive, $250,000.
Rocky Ridge Corp
1-28-13 Patrick E. Middleton to US
Bank, 14581 West Second Street,
$50,000.
Real Estate Transfers
www.thebeacon.net
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WOODED CATAWBA LOT
situated on quiet roadway.
Public water/sewer available.
JEFF WILLIAMS.
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