BY DONNA LUEKE

The April 3 report from the United States
Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) states
that the water level of Lake Superior is 3
inches below its level of one year ago, while
Lake Michigan-Huron is 15 inches lower.
Lake Erie has levels 17 inches lower than a
year ago. Over the next month the water
level of Lake Erie is expected to increase 4
inches.
Keith Kompoltowicz, Chief of Watershed
Hydrology for the Corps of Engineers dis-
trict offce in Detroit, said that the seasonal
rise of Lake Erie is predicted as “9-11 inches
below the long term average, and two inches
lower than in 2012.”
The report states that Lake Erie has an av-
erage seasonal rise of about 15 inches, but
in 2012 had no seasonal rise and rather has
had steady or declining levels since January
2012. This was the frst time in its recorded
history that Lake Erie did not have a sea-
sonal rise.
There is some good news for lake levels
this year. One reason it is predicted that Lake
Erie levels will have an average or above av-
erage seasonal rise is that there is still a good
amount of snow across the land areas adja-
cent to the upper Great Lakes, much higher
that the levels of 2012. Also, the offcial out-
look issued by the National Weather Service
shows the potential for above average pre-
cipitation in April, May and June.
As for predicting future lake levels beyond
the six month forecast, Kompoltowicz stat-
ed that, “Based on historical scenarios, there
are any number of possibilities. Several sea-
sons of heavier snow and rain would be re-
quired to get the lakes back to average. “
Across the Great Lakes the combination
of low lake levels and decreases in federal
funding for dredging has affected commer-
cial shipping, including the closing of sev-
eral Great Lakes ports. 36 of 60 deep draft
ports have been impacted by the low waters,
and 46 of 80 shallow draft ports. There is
currently funding for dredging at only 15-
23 of those ports.
LaFarge Marblehead Quarry, one of the
largest and highest volume quarries in Ohio
and on the Great Lakes, ships about 95% of
its material to customers via lake freighters
from its deep draft dock. Throughout Great
Lakes ports, freighters are carrying an aver-
age of 15% less cargo due to low water levels
and dredging issues. Though LaFarge re-
ports no major issues, when the water level
is low, they load less stone.
Coast Guard Station Marblehead patrols
from the Toussaint on the west to Vermilion
on the east, north to the Canadian border,
and also Sandusky Bay and the Portage, San-
dusky and Huron Rivers. Chief Petty Offcer
First Class Phillip Null said that low water
levels do not affect their ability to patrol and
rescue. “We have the appropriate resources
for any needs,” said Null. “We had to assist
with a few more boaters that ran aground
with last year’s low water.” Null said, howev-
er, that most of those incidents are handled
by commercial boat rescue operators.
Null’s advice to boaters, especially to those
that have not been on Lake Erie in a while
and may be unaccustomed to the lower wa-
ter levels: “Beware of weather, currents and
low waters. Check www.noaa.gov for infor-
mation. That is what we use.”
Chief Petty Offcer Second Class James
Hassinger reminds boaters to dress warmly,
especially this time of year, to always wear
a life vest and to carry a cell phone. He also
encourages boaters to take the safe boat-
ing class offered on Saturday by the Coast
Guard Auxiliary at the Station.
The most commonly recognized effect of
low water in this area is at the many private
marinas, where water levels determine the
size of the boats that can be docked and
launched.
Commodore John Schaffner of the Port
Clinton Yacht Club that sits at the mouth of
the Portage River said that soundings were
taken and it was determined that no dredg-
ing would be needed this year. Still, sailboats
with deeper keels may be affected by low
water levels.
For more information on water levels,
www.lre.usace.army.mil. For informa-
tion on weather from Coast Guard Station
Marblehead, www.noaa.gov. To track lake
freighter traffc, www.boatnerd.com. For
information on local marinas, access their
individual websites.
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The Port Clinton Knights of
Columbus will start their Sum-
mer Fish Fry schedule this Friday,
April 12. They will be held the
second Friday of every month
this summer from 5-7:30 p.m. at
the Denny Bergeman K of C Hall,
109 E. Perry Street. Your avorite
Lake Erie Perch, Shrimp and “All
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a dinner roll and all the fxings.
Sandwich platters and desserts
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Congratulations to Dave
Franck and his team at Tri Motor
Sales in Oak Harbor. They were
recently presented with the 2012
President’s Award from the Ford
Motor Company for excellent
customer service and satisfaction.
This was the ffth time the deal-
ership located on Rt. 19 South
of Oak Harbor has received this
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Our Find Wylie winner for this
week is Tom Russell of Fremont.
He was one of 31 entries who
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last week’s Beacon. Tom wins our
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Mark Giaco and family will be
back in the kitchen again on Fri-
day, April 19, for the Annual Ki-
wanis Genuine Italian Spaghetti
Dinner that serves from 12 Noon
to 7 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran
Church. Tickets are available
from any Kiwanian, and you can
enjoy lunch or dinner that day.
All proceeds go to the many com-
munity projects supported by the
Port Clinton Kiwanis Club.
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Now that Spring has fnally
sprung, take some time this week-
end to head west to Genoa for the
Spring Open House at Packer
Creek Pottery. Jan and Joan Pugh
will be there with some spectacu-
lar decorative pottery and ac-
cessories that you won’t believe,
including an 8-inch Limited Edi-
tion Mother’s Day Plate, num-
bered and signed. You won’t be
disappointed.
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It is exciting to see so many lo-
cal entrepreneurial adventures
happening all around us. Next
Tuesday, April 16, Mel and Bar-
bara Ayers, who already own and
operate two Nagoya restaurants,
one here and one in Perrysburg,
will open the new Italian cuisine
Restaurant, Ciao Bella. With the
Catawba Island Brewing Com-
pany and the Marbletucky Inn, I
can see there will be lots of great
new places to dine in our area this
coming season. Congratulations
to all, and good luck!
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Haul-In Season is here! We
are beginning to see our local
marinas flling up their docks
with boats. Also, the boatyards
are humming with activity with
boaters fnally getting a chance
to sand their boat’s bottom and
polish the hull. Welcome back
boaters!
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Ayers to bring frst-class Italian
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Boating Safety Class to be held
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at the US Coast Guard Station Marblehead, 606 Prairie Street, Marblehead, on Saturday,
April 20.
This one-day program, from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 pm, is open to the public. A tour of the station
will also be offered to all participants.
The $35.00 registration fee can be paid the day of the class. For those age 18 and under, it
is free upon successful course completion.
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Water levels in Lake Erie predicted to stay low
"Several seasons of heavier snow and rain would
be required to get the lakes back to average."
KEITH KOMPOLTOWICZ n
Chief of Watershed Hydrology
Lake freighter at the LaFarge
Marblehead dock last Thursday.
Ohio United Way celebrated the organization’s 100th
anniversary at their Annual Meeting, Wednesday, April 10,
at the Capital Club in Columbus.
Ohio United Way used the Annual Legislative Lun-
cheon to celebrate 100 Years - 100 Heroes, recognition of
the many individuals from across the state who have im-
proved lives in their communities through service to their
local United Way and/or the state organization. Honorees
were nominated by local United Ways and Ohio United
Way.
Ohio United Way’s Board Chair, Attorney Clair Dick-
inson, states: “Ohio United Way is thrilled to be using
the occasion of its anniversary to honor people who have
made its work possible: individuals from across Ohio
who have given selfessly to make a positive difference in
their communities.”
In 2003 three local developers, Bob Snyder, Bill Van Der
Giessen and Pete Weimer, conceived the idea of a Car-
ing Giving Community. These three gentlemen thought
this was a way for developments to give back to the larg-
er community as part of a commitment made by all of
its residents. The program is designed to be a template
for developers and homeowner associations in Ottawa
County, and could be expanded throughout the state and
perhaps throughout the country. In fact the original Car-
ing Giving Community, Catawba Bay Development, has
inspired imitators in Ottawa County and there are now
three Caring Giving Communities.
“Giving back to our community through an institution
like United Way makes us stronger, caring and creates a
better place for all of us to live in so many ways,” says Van
Der Giessen, Catawba Bay project developer.
Supporting United Way through a program of total
community support is an ideal way to help build strength
Ohio United Way honors four from Ottawa County
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Obituaries
Robert S. Paschen Jr.
Sept. 17, 1946-April 2, 2013
Robert S. Paschen, Jr., 66, loving husband
of Judy Paschen (nee Williams), passed
away Tuesday, April 2, at their home on
Catawba Island. He was born Sept. 17,
1946, in Erie, PA to Robert Sr. and Betty
(nee Spencer) Paschen.
A Memorial service was conducted Sat-
urday, April 6, in Gerner-Wolf-Walker Fu-
neral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton.
Online condolences may be shared with
the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.
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Bruce G. Stanton
Dec. 2, 1936-April 1, 2013
Bruce G. Stanton, 76, of Oak Harbor, died
Monday, April 1, at Riverview Healthcare
Campus, Oak Harbor. He was born on De-
cember 2, 1936, in Toledo, to William and
Evelyn (Applegate) Stanton.
There will be no services. Interment will
be in Toledo Memorial Park at a later date.
Robinson-Walker Funeral Home & Cre-
matory, Oak Harbor, is assisting the family
with arrangements. Online condolences
may be shared with the family at www.
walkerfuneralhomes.com.
Jennifer Loeckel
March 18, 1971-April 5, 2013
Jennifer Larra Loeckel, 42, of Marble-
head, passed away early Friday morning,
April 5 in Stein Hospice Care Center, San-
dusky, after a brief illness. She was born on
March 18, 1971, in Mansfeld.
At Jennifer’s request, there will be no
visitation and cremation will take place.
Private services will be held. Toft Funeral
Home & Crematory, 2001 Columbus Ave.,
Sandusky, is handling arrangements. Con-
dolences and gifts of sympathy may be
made to the family at www.toftfh.com.
Louise Zgela
May 16, 1929-April 3, 2013
Louise “Tootsy” Zgela, 83, formerly of
Mansfeld, passed away April 3 at St. Vin-
cent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo.
Louise was born May 16, 1929, in Man-
sfeld. She worked at Dominion Electric
and Mansfeld Tire and later retired from
Thermo-Disc. Upon her retirement in
1991, she moved to Port Clinton with her
late husband.
Survivors include a brother John Kmetz
of Mansfeld; several nieces, nephews and
other relatives.
She was preceded in death by her mother
Emily Moritz, husband William Zgela and
sister Emily Bradley.
Graveside services were held on Wednes-
day, April 10, at Mansfeld Catholic Cem-
etery with Deacon Terry Philpott offciat-
ing.
In lieu of fowers, memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the Msgr. Dunn
Foundation in Mansfeld or the Humane
Society of Ottawa County in Port Clinton.
Online condolences can be shared with
the family at www.herlihy-chambers.com.
Marion Hinkle
June 10, 1926-March 29, 2013
Marion A. Hinkle, 86, of Port Clinton,
died Friday, March 29, at Edgewood Man-
or Nursing Center in Port Clinton. She
was born on June 10, 1926
There will be no visitation or services as
cremation has taken place. Burial will take
place in Stephensville, WI.
Online condolences may be expressed at
www.neideckerlevechcorsser.com .
The Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funer-
al Home, Port Clinton Chapel, is assisting
the family with arrangements.
Phyllis Lane
March 7, 1930-March 30, 2013
Phyllis A. Lane, 83, of Lakeside, died
peacefully with her family by her side on
Saturday, March 30, at Stein Hospice Care
Center in Sandusky, after a two month
battle with brain cancer. She was born on
March 7, 1930, in Marblehead.
Visitation was held on Wednesday, April
3, at the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Fu-
neral Home, Peninsula Chapel, 7755 E.
Harbor Road, Lakeside-Marblehead.
Mass of Christian Burial was held at
St. Joseph Catholic Church, 822 Barclay
Street, Marblehead, on Thursday, April
4. Burial followed in St. Joseph Catholic
Cemetery, Marblehead.
Online condolences may be expressed at
www.neideckerleveckcrosser.com.
Rita Greer
June 30, 1927-March 29, 2013
Rita J. Greer, 85, of Catawba Island, died
peacefully with her family by her side on
Friday, March 29, at her residence. She was
born on June 30, 1927 in Toledo.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held on
April 2 at Immaculate Conception Catho-
lic Church, Port Clinton. Burial followed
in Riverview Cemetery.
Online condolences may be expressed at
www.neideckerleveckcrosser.com
The Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral
Home, Port Clinton Chapel assisted the
family with arrangements.
Kenneth A. Rose
Kenneth A. Rose, 64, of Port Clinton,
passed away Monday, April 1, at St. Vin-
cent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo. Ar-
rangements are being handled by Gerner-
Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory,
Port Clinton.
Violet Behrman
Dec. 24, 1915-March 30, 2013
Violet “Vi” Payne Behrman, 97, went to
be with her Lord on Saturday, March 30,
at Riverview Healthcare Campus in Oak
Harbor.
Violet was born on December 24, 1915,
in Port Clinton.
Funeral Services were held on Wednes-
day, April 3, at the Neidecker, LeVeck &
Crosser Funeral Home, Port Clinton Cha-
pel. Burial followed at Lakeview Cemetery
in Port Clinton.
Online condolences may be expressed at
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The Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral
Home, Port Clinton Chapel, assisted the
family with arrangements.
Wanda M. Brown
Sept. 22, 1916-March 29, 2013
Wanda M. Brown. God reclaimed a pre-
cious gift that he loaned us after 96 years,
on Good Friday, March 29. She was born
September 22, 1916.
Funeral Services were held on Saturday,
April 6, at the Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser
Funeral Home, 1124 Fulton Street, Port
Clinton. Burial followed in Rushau Cem-
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The Danbury Township Board of Trustees was recently
the recipient of some very special items purchased by the
Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Fourteen
recycled-material benches were provided to the trustees
for use in parks throughout the township. In addition to
the benches the Chamber also purchased a new sign for
the dog park which was created and manufactured by
Allure Advertising in Danbury.
Keith Addy, Director Emeritus of the Marblehead
Chamber, said, “The opportunity for the Chamber to
give back to the community in a visual, useful way was
the thought behind this donation. With the approval
of the Board of Directors to purchase the benches and
the sign, the rest was easy for this retired member of the
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utilize our other amenities. Of course we hope they
will also patronize our local businesses. Our board is
a proud member of the Marblehead Chamber and
we are extremely grateful for this very generous do-
nation. The sign for the dog park is a welcome addi-
tion to our newest township project. I commend our
maintenance staff for their diligent work in keeping
our parks in excellent condition for residents and
visitors to enjoy.”
Danbury Township receives Marblehead Chamber donation
Five Kiwanians and two Port Clinton High School Key Clubbers spread mulch in the
Rotary Playground at Lakeview Park as part of Kiwanis One Day, a day set aside in
April for all Kiwanis Clubs to perform a community project. By spreading the mulch
the Kiwanians made the Rotary Park a safer place for kids to play.
KIWANIS ONE DAY
The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce will again
be holding Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Markets on
the fourth Saturday of each month June-October from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. The location of the market has been moved
this year to the Log Cabin Park on North Church Street.
Along with farm fresh produce, farm market vendors can
also provide quality poultry products, fresh baked goods,
herbs, fresh cut fowers, all types of plants, fruit, cider,
handmade crafts, garden décor, antiques, art, music, jew-
elry and gourmet food items. If you are interested in being
a vendor, call the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce at
419-898-0479 for more information or visit the chamber
of commerce website for an application at www.oakharbo-
rohio.net.
Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Market
At Rotary Playground in Port Clinton on Sunday Ava Uhl-
man of Brecksville and Catawba celebrates the frst warm
day of spring.
IT’S REALLY SPRING!
The Salvation Army’s Camp
NEOSA this year is June 19-24.
The camp program is provided to
the frst 40 children ages 6-12 who
register. A $25 registration fee will
be charged this year. Transporta-
tion is provided.
Camp NEOSA is made possible
by funding through local contribu-
tions from residents and business-
es. Due to the generous funding,
they are able to offer a weeklong
camp experience to forty applicants this
year.
At Camp NEOSA the camper will expe-
rience many activities that are geared to-
wards assisting the development of their
physical, social, and spiritu-
al needs. The camp is aimed
at helping campers learn
and develop good health
habits in cleanliness, proper
rest, balanced diet and ex-
ercise. Camp NEOSA also
provides an opportunity for
each camper to contribute
to and receive from a group
living experience, help with
making their own decisions,
participate in activities that
stimulate creativity and
experience an atmosphere
that fosters independence.
Camp NEOSA is located
on a 200-acre peninsula on
1,000-acre Leeville Lake in
Carrolton, Ohio. The natu-
ral surroundings contribute
to the spiritual, education-
al, social, and recreational
needs of every camper and
camp days are flled with
hiking, swimming, canoe-
ing, arts & crafts, sports and
drama activities.
If interested in applying or to fnd out
more information contact Maureen Sapo-
nari at The Salvation Army- Port Clinton
Service Center at 419-732-ARMY (2769).
Registrations will be on a frst come, frst
served basis.
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The Oak Harbor FFA Chapter was pre-
sented an opportunity by the Ohio Coun-
try Journal and Ohio Ag. Net to enter a
contest to create a music video/parody to
promote agriculture and the FFA organi-
zation. The Communications and Lead-
ership class decided to take on this task.
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up picking the song
“Thrift Shop” by Mackl-
emore. Then they started
brainstorming lyrics for
this song about agricul-
ture and the FFA. Over
a few weeks members
spent countless hours
flming video footage for
the song. Once the flm-
ing was over, students
uploaded the video and
began editing and putting
the video to the music.
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loaded to youtube. The video fnished 3rd
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Mel and Barb Ayers announce the
April 16 opening of Ciao Bella Ris-
torante Italiano, their newest res-
taurant offering in the Port Clinton
area. Located at 3880 Harbor Light
Landing Drive off of State Route 53
in Harbor Light Landing, an open-
air entertainment destination, Ciao
Bella will be open year round for
both lunch and dinner.
Expanding on their successful Na-
goya Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi
restaurants in Port Clinton and Per-
rysburg, the Ayers bring Ciao Bella
and frst-class Italian cuisine to the
communities of the North Coast.
Ciao Bella is a 5,000 square foot res-
taurant seating 165 diners. It offers a
full service bar and lounge, outdoor
waterside dining, traditional Italian
cuisine and an extensive interna-
tional wine list. The décor features
rustic Italian infuences.
Ciao Bella offers an array of Ital-
ian dishes that showcase the talents
of Chef Paul Matthews and include
soups, salads, pasta, sandwiches, handmade pizza, tradi-
tional Italian dinners, desserts and gelato. “Paul’s impres-
sive background as Chef and Executive Chef in the Greater
Toledo area signifcantly enhances our ability to provide
our guests with outstand-
ing quality, innovative
style and an unforgettable
dining experience,” said
Mel Ayers. Ciao Bella also
offers 15 vegetarian selec-
tions and more than 20
gluten-free options, as well
as humanely-raised veal.
The bar and lounge area has a
freplace and seating for 30 peo-
ple. Guests can enjoy a full menu,
wines from all over the world, spe-
cialty cocktails and after-dinner
drinks. Happy Hour will be Mon-
day through Friday from 4-6 p.m.
and will offer small plates for the
bar customer as well as discounts
on beer, wine and spirits for all din-
ing customers. For seasonal outdoor
dining, Ciao Bella provides a pa-
tio with Italian-style pergolas and
festival lighting that overlooks the
shopping center and water feature
at Harbor Light Landing.
Ciao Bella also provides a private
dining room for special events, in-
cluding family style dinners for
groups of up to 16 people. Ciao Bel-
la has a full carryout menu featur-
ing “Basta Pasta”, carryout packages
which provide a full dinner for up
to four people, for boaters, families
and anyone on the run.
Ciao Bella offers daily specials for lunch and dinner and
“Turnaround Tuesdays”. Every time you turn around on
Tuesdays, there’s a different type of pasta being served on
your plate. “It’s a great opportunity to try many of our
delicious pasta dishes and gives guests a chance to just sit
back and enjoy while our staff serves a sampling of the
chef ’s choice of pastas for the evening,” said Barb Ayers.
The “Turnaround Tuesday” special includes soup or salad,
homemade focaccia bread and unlimited pasta.
For more information about Ciao Bella Ristorante Ital-
iano visit their website at www.ciaobellaohio.com or call
419-734-CIAO (2426).
Ciao Bella Ristorante Italiano opens April 16
On May 3-5 country music’s Kelsey K.
and the Buffalo Ridge Band will be at the
Ottawa County fairgrounds in Oak Har-
bor to headline the Arena Fundraiser.
The arena at the Ottawa County Fair-
grounds has a heavy clay mixture. The
footing for horses and riders has been de-
pendent on the weather conditions. On a
hot day, the footing becomes loose and the
dust kicked up causes decreased visibility
and the horses, riders and spectators in-
hale the dust. When the arena is watered,
the relief is temporary because the bottom
layers of the arena are not properly irri-
gated. When it rains, which seems to often
happen during Fair Week, the water pools
and the footing becomes slick and dan-
gerous. A properly irrigated and prepared
arena can help solve all these problems.
The three-day event to help raise fund to
renovate the arena features a chili cook-
off, and several exhibitions and competi-
tions including an Open Speed Exhibition,
a Contesting competition and a Pleasure
Show.
Kelsey K. has already, at 13, written over
200 songs and released two original CD’s.
She is the youngest songwriter ever select-
ed to attend NSAI’s Advanced Song Camp.
Her song “I Am Somebody” was chosen
for MTV’s documentary “Bullied.” Her
latest CD, “Blue Jean Girl”, produced by
Jimmy Nichols, musical director for Faith
Hill, was released in October of 2012.
For more information on the fundraiser
and the project, check the website at www.
ottawaarenafund.com, Twitter @Arena-
Fund or Facebook at facebook.com/Ot-
tawaArenaFund.
Kelsey K. concert headlines Ottawa
County Fairgrounds Arena Fundraiser
EHOVE Career Center presents a concert
tribute to John Philip Sousa on Sunday,
April 14. Sousa was a Marine Corps veteran,
musical composer and band conductor in
the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The tribute concert features
Conductor Marcus Neiman
and the Medina Community
Band. Guest Conductor Denise
Reilly and some members of
the Edison High School Band
will also make an appearance.
Admission is free, with the
concert starting at 2 p.m. in
F Building at EHOVE Career
Center located at 316 W. Mason
Road in Milan Township. Free
lemonade and cookies will also
be served. More information is
available at www.EHOVE.net or by calling
419-499-4663 x346.
Sousa Tribute Concert at EHOVE
Conductor Marcus Neiman with the Medina Commu-
nity Band at EHOVE
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Last name N thru Z (10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m)
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meeting this Tuesday, April 16, at 7 p.m. at the Ida Rupp
Library in Port Clinton. The program will be presented by
Derek Davey, a professional and certifed genealogist and
consultant from Toledo. He will talk on “Breaking Brick
Walls, A-Z”.
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The Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society will hold
its General Meeting on Wednesday, April 17, at 7 p.m. at
the Otterbein North Shore Retirement Center Activity
Room. All folks interested in history and preservation of
the Marblehead Lighthouse are encouraged to attend.
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The Friends of Immaculate Conception Catholic School
will host the “Run for the Roses…Kentucky Derby” on
Saturday, April 20, at the ICS Gym. This is their 27th
Annual Beneft Auction, and the cost is just $25 per per-
son, which includes admission, six drink tickets and hors
d’oeuvres. Since seating is limited, you should make your
reservations early.
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Attention Golfers! Mark down Friday, May 3, for the
2013 United Way Golf Invitational at Catawba Island
Club. They will have shotgun starts at 8 a.m. and 12 noon.
The cost is $100 per golfer which includes brunch and a
BBQ luncheon. Space is limited so register your foursome
by April 19. To RSVP, call 419-734-6645 or email MJ Siew-
ert at mj.siewert@unitedwayottawacounty.org.
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The Port Clinton High School Class of 1978 is holding
their 35-year reunion the weekend of August 9-11. Friday
night they will be at Dock’s Beach House and Saturday
they will hold their formal reunion event at Port Clinton
Yacht Club. For more information, leave a message at 419-
734-1168 or email gcfox@cros.net.
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Want to win a $500 gas card? The Port Clinton 4th of
July Committee is partnering with Friendship Food Stores
for the month of April at both their stations in the PC
area, 1810 E. Perry Street and 3800 State Road. They will
be selling raffe tickets
with the winner getting
a grand prize of $500 gas
card. Proceeds from the
raffe beneft the 2013 4th
of July celebration in Port
Clinton. You can purchase
your tickets for $1 each of
6 for $5 at any of the stores
or you can contact Mike
and Mary Ann Snider or
Debbie Hymore-Tester.
The drawing will be May 1.
Good luck!
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Interested in garden-
ing but you don’t have the
space? Come to the Beech
Street Park Community
Garden at 3rd and Beech
Streets on Port Clinton’s
east side on Thursday,
April 25, at 10 a.m. to learn
about organic gardening. If
you can’t make it, call Dave
Mehl at 419-206-0482 for
more information about a
4’ x 8’ raised bed for 2013.
Beds are available to any
Port Clinton City resident.
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needed to provide for all elements of our society, and recog-
nize those special groups willing to stand up and do their part
for others. A Caring Giving Community is a program that will
reward United Way with a contribution supplied by a portion
of the proft from the sale of each home. Additionally, as pro-
vided in the community by-laws and subsequent association
dues, an annual sum from each property owner will go toward
the support of United Way. In so doing, the development will
continue to be recognized as a United Way Caring Giving
Community.
Since 2003 the Caring Giving Communities in Ottawa Coun-
ty have contributed $82,273 to United Way in Ottawa County.
In addition Ohio United Way is recognizing Christine Galvin
and the Conestoga Project. Galvin has been the Ottawa Coun-
ty Director for United Way of Greater Toledo for the past 20
years. Through Christine’s leadership 21 community partners
began the Conestoga Program in Port Clinton, transforming
neighborhoods, addressing issues such as employment and
fnding a good job, providing a comfortable home, alcohol &
drug addiction, mental health and other issues affecting the
neighborhoods. The program and its success have now spread
into Sandusky.
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Autism is a disorder that holds much mystery and few de-
fnitive answers. It is a spectrum disorder that deeply im-
pacts families and their children on many different levels.
An emotional reunion was held in the home of the Pratt
family to talk about what autism means for them. Cheryl
and Scott are typical parents of four growing sons. Their
second son Lance was given an early diagnosis of autism 13
years ago at the age of 2. Cheryl recalls those early years ten-
derly, with his Early Intervention Specialist Susie Maloney.
Cheryl states “I don’t know what I would have done without
you!” When asked to recall what the biggest help in those
early days of diagnosis and therapies was, Cheryl teared up
and said, “I will never forget the day you showed me that
Lance was capable of giving me eye contact. You gave me
hope! I needed to see that he could be like other children.”
Following the diagnosis, Cheryl and Scott opened their
home to therapies 3x a week. Children with autism do not
process the world the way typical children do. Lance would
perseverate when he became anxious, had a high tolerance
for pain and did not understand physical and social bound-
aries. Cheryl states that his high tolerance for pain is still
quite a concern. His mom shares that he can eat a bowl of
steaming hot noodles and it will not faze him.
“Lance’s three brothers are in his court. They are quick to
voice that they love their brother. They hate autism,” said
Cheryl.
Lance has had a special fondness for horses since child-
hood. His parents have provided him with many opportu-
nities to pursue his interest and he has since become an ac-
complished rider. He is now affectionately called “the horse
whisperer”.
Lance is well known and accepted by his high school peer
group. Socially, Lance has come a long way from the little
boy whose parents initially thought that he was deaf and was
not interested in social engagement in any form.
Lance accompanied his mother to a recent Support Group
meeting following their return to the area. He surprised
everyone by greeting Susie and Sandy (his support special-
ist) with a hug and calling each by name. His mother was
shocked that he knew names, after all these years. “He was
only told that he was attending a meeting,” said Cheryl.
That is a testimony of Lance’s potential for early imprinting,
memory skills and his ability to bond. Lance has touched the
lives of many people. He is truly an inspiration.
April is Autism Awareness month
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BY YANEEK SMITH
Manager: Traci Bodi, 10th season
Last Season: 12-11 (7-7 SBC)
Batting Order: CF Kalib Shiets; C Blake
Calvert; SS Addison Rospert; RF Trey Glu-
th; 2B Chris Stokes; 1B Cory Colston; 3B
Sean Black; LF Kyle Radloff; P Zak Floro
Outlook: Thus far, the Port Clinton
baseball team has struggled.
After coming into the season with high
expectations, the Redskins have struggled
to a 1-6 start, something they hope is
more an aberration than anything else.
Manager Traci Bodi, now in his 10th sea-
son with the club, spoke about the season.
“We’ve played a challenging schedule,”
he said of a run that’s featured the likes
of Fremont Ross, Bellevue and Sandusky.
“We’re just not making plays that we need
to make to get out of big innings. That’s
one of the things that we’re going to try
and focus on. We had some injuries early
on with our pitching staff, (but) we’ve still
got to make plays.”
“It’s a little bit of everything, an error
there or a routine play that’s not being
made. Everything that can (go wrong) is.
We’ve got to fnd a way to stop.”
The team, which has nine seniors, fea-
tures a batting order of the following: CF
Kalib Shiets; C Blake Calvert; SS Addison
Rospert; RF Trey Gluth; 2B Chris Stokes;
1B Cory Colston; 3B Sean Black; LF Kyle
Radloff; P Zak Floro.
The best hitter of the group is Rospert, a
three-year letter winner who has commit-
ted to play baseball at Bowling Green State
University next season. Colston, Gluth,
Stokes, Black and Calvert have also seen
steady varsity action since their sopho-
more seasons.
The pitching staff features Rospert,
Gluth, Floro, Sean Black and Jason Bailey.
Those fve will go a long way in determin-
ing how the ‘Skins do this season.
“Our goal is to compete for the SBC
title,” Bodi said. It’s been a little bit of a
rough start, (but) we’ll continue to get
better everyday. We push for one game at
a time in the SBC — it’s going to challeng-
ing.”
Bodi sees the league as being quite com-
petitive with Perkins being the favorite,
though he sees Oak Harbor and Clyde,
among others, as being pretty good.
“Everyone’s strong thru the league,”
he said. “It’s as strong as I’ve seen it in a
while. There’s not going to be an easy road
in the league. We’ve got to step it up.”

Redskins hoping for big
things this season
BY YANEEK SMITH
Head Coach: Rob Schimmoeller, ninth year
Last Year: 18-8 (12-2 SBC)
Batting Order: SS Mark Konieczy; 2B Andy Rathbun; P
A.J. Cecil; LF Logan Winke; 1B Nate Segaard; CF Justin
Warnke; 3B Ben Genzman; RF Jourdan Maguire; C Mike
Osbourne
Outlook: The last two years have been pretty special for
Oak Harbor.
Last season, the Rockets won their frst Sandusky Bay
Conference title in 20 years and the year before that they
went on an incredible run that saw win fve tournament
games to advance to the Division II Regional Final.
Most of the key players from last year’s squad are gone,
meaning Oak Harbor has lost the vast majority of its pro-
duction. It should be noted that senior Kaleb Maguire,
who would’ve played a key role on this year’s team, will
miss the season because of a torn Achilles’ tendon injury.
Fortunately, Oak Harbor has two of the area’s best play-
ers, Mark Konieczny and A.J. Cecil, back for one fnal run.
Konieczny, who plays shortstop and pitches occasionally,
hit .489 with a remarkable .718 on-base percentage while
serving as the catalyst for the offense last season. Cecil,
who plays center feld when he’s not pitching, hit .435
(.590 OBP) and went 6-3 on the mound with a 1.41 ERA.
Senior Nate Segaard is expected to help as well, having hit
.455 in the frst four games to go with fve stolen bases.
“Fortunately, A.J. and Mark are back to set the table,”
manager Rob Schimmoeller said, “so the middle of our
lineup should have plenty of RBI opportunities. Howev-
er, with only two returning starters, we may have to play
small ball with the bottom part of our order.”
Thus far, the Rockets have raced out to a 7-1 start behind
a combination of good pitching and hitting. Cecil (3-0,
0.45 ERA), Segaard (2-0, 0.78 ERA) and Konieczny (0-1,
0.81 ERA) have all pitched very well this season.
Those three are also also part of the fve players who are
currently hitting at least .400 thru the frst eight games.
Cecil (.625 BA, 3 2B), Andy Rathbun (.500 BA, 2 2B), Lo-
gan Winke (.452 BA, 4 2B), Konieczny (.433 BA, 4 2B) and
Segaard (.400 BA, 9 RBI) have all been instrumental in
leading Oak Harbor to their fne start.
Oak Harbor looks to
defend SBC crown
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BY YANEEK SMITH
Manager: Chris Rawski, 2nd season
Last Season: 8-18 (6-8 SBC)
Batting Order: RF Allison Wolf; P Sam Durivage; 3B Jus-
tin Webb; 1B Theresa Stokes; SS Rebecca Florio; DH Kim
Wahlers; C Maggie Tyburski; CF Sydney Street; LF Brandi
Lochotzki
Outlook: After going 8-18 last season, a year that saw
them start 1-10, the Oak Harbor softball team has started
off the 2013 campaign with a 7-0 record.
The combination of good pitching from Sam Durivage,
timely hitting and good defense has helped propel the
Rockets to their great start, one that has come exclusively
against non-conference opponents.
Thus far, the Rockets have won every game by at least
seven runs and, in the few instances in which they’ve dealt
with adversity, they’ve come through.
Having lost just two players from last season, Oak Har-
bor, under second-year head coach Chris Rawski, feature a
front-line starter in Durivage, a number of quality hitters
in Allison Wolf, Justine Webb and Theresa Stokes and a
defensively-sound infeld.
The lineup is, as follows: RF Wolf; P Sam Durivage; 3B
Webb; 1B Stokes; SS Rebecca Florio; DH Kim Wahlers; C
Maggie Tyburski; CF Sydney Street; LF Brandi Lochotzki.
“Sam’s done a nice job (thus far),” Rawski said. “She’s
been attacking the hitters and letting her defense work be-
hind her. Sam is leading us in the circle and is a big part
of our offense.
“As a team, we will focus on putting the ball in play with
two strikes and making the routine play on defense. Webb,
Stokes, Florio, Street, Tyburski and Wolf will also be a big
part of our offense.”
It’s an experienced squad, one that has six players (Erin
Bryant, Durivage, Florio, Tyburski, Street, Stokes) playing
their third season at the varsity level, giving the team rea-
son to be optimistic this year.
The preseason rankings had Edison and Perkins at the
top with Oak Harbor picked sixth. Rawski is hoping that
the Rockets will make a run at the league title, or at least
fnish near the top of the conference, and wants them to
make noise in the tournament.
For their efforts last year, Wolf, Webb, Durivage and Flo-
rio were named honorable mention in the Sandusky Bay
Conference.
In just a short period of time with the program, Rawski
has already helped to instill a culture of winning with the
players.
Rockets look to continue upward mobility
Allen Township
4-2-13 Federal National Mortgage As-
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Bay Township
4-1-13 Norman J. Edwards et al to JP
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Benton Township
4-1-13 Chad W. and Lisa K. Smith to
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4-1-13 Joyce L. Treat to Kathleen
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$81,500.
4-4-13 Robert Reynolds to Kenneth A.
King and Keith D. King, Krause Road,
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4-4-13 Robert and Jess Reynolds to Ken-
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Carroll Township
4-2-13 Sabrina Taggant to Scott and
Nancy Bowe, 6627 Earl Street, $10,000.
4-5-13 Dale A. Wendt to Laura A. Winter
and Randal L. Laubacher, Toussaint East
Road, $38,500.
Catawba Township
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4-5-13 Mike Marsh Properties LLC to
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$41,250.
4-5-13 JPMorgan Chase Bank to Thomas
and Patricia Daiber, 5296 East Porter
Road, $57,001.
4-5-13 Joseph and Lynda Mack
to Mark Bezilla, 1526 NW Ca-
tawba Road Unit M. $144,900.
4-5-13 Nicholas S. Conte to
Jean Atwood and Michael Kirk-
man, Dock W-138 Come Sail
Away, $3,500.
Clay Township
4-1-13 Jacob W. and Jessica
N. Anstead to Eric C. Pressley,
21635 West Holts-East Road,
$145,000.
Danbury Township
4-2-13 McEndeavor LTD to The
Nature Conservancy, 154.1642
acres, $1,200,000.
4-2-13 Marsha A. Karue to
U.S. Bank National Association,
170 North Erie Beach Road,
$130,000.
4-3-13 West Harbor Lagoons
Boatiminium Cond. Association to
Thomas R. and Robin L. Barnes, 1510
North Buck Road, Unit # 98, $68,815.
4-4-13 Dale and Victoria Wiltse to Walter
Theiman, 608 Oak Avenue, $177,000.
4-4-13 Stephanie J. Zimomra to Donald
S. Lombardy, 7365 East Harbor Road,
$170,000.
Elmore Corp.
4-2-13 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation to Michael L. Destazio, 264
Clinton, Street, $30,000.
Genoa Corp.
4-1-13 Angela Whalen to Eugene O.
and Linda S. Zunk, 1312 West Street,
$50,000.
4-3-13 Diane L. Ammons to Lance and
Christy Woodruff, 108 East 15th Street,
$127,900.
Harris Township
4-1-13 Samantha S. Haar to Eugene O.
and Linda S. Zunk, 15288 State Route
105, $65,000.
4-1-13 David F. Netcher to Amy J.
Kiefer, Terry W. Kiefer, and Darlene M.
Kiefer, 712 West Elmore Eastern Road,
$108,000.
Marblehead Corp
4-2-13 Bay Point Acquisitions to Jeffery
S. and Laurie L. Monica, 124 Cove Court,
$510,000.
Oak Harbor Corp
4-2-13 Sabra L. Arnold to Federal Na-
tional Mortgage Association, 241 North
Toussaint Street, $38,667.
Port Clinton City
4-1-13 Jonathan and Molly Barcus to
Archie C. and Nina K. Stinson, 116 East
11th Street, $142,500.
4-1-13 Mary I. Colson Arvelo to PKD
Properties LLC , 905 Maryland Street,
$21,000.
4-2-13 Nancy A. Wilson to Terry L. and
Carol S. Gentry, 711 West Lakeshore
Drive #103, $145,000.
4-5-13 Ronald and Cynthia Zwierlein to
Julie Mackey-Snyder, 123 Walnut Street,
$97,000.
4-5-13 Sharon M. Sanger to Donald
E. and Mary E. Garber, 422 East Perry
Street, $168,000.
4-5-13 Irene Lukac to Randal and
Michele Hughes, 506 Jackson Street,
$75,000.
4-5-13 David Boyer to Robert and Patty
Morman and Debra Fitzgerald, 307 East
Perry Street, $205,000.
Portage Township
4-2-13 Thomas S. Motsinger to Thomas
W. and Jane E. Agnes, 2313 East Sand
Road, $600,000.
Put In Bay Corp
4-1-13 George Schulz Jr. to Frederick A.
Warren III, Lot 53 Driftwood, $34,575.
4-2-13 Terry L. and Carol S. Gentry to
Terry L. and Teresa A. Bodenbender, 375
Doller Avenue, $350,000.
Salem Township
4-2-13 Gilbert H. Park Jr. to The Bank of
New York, 8740 West State Route 163,
$45,334.
4-2-13 William C. and Patricia E.
O’Haron to Fannie Mae, 11140 West
Kimberly Drive, $70,000.
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Local Government
City of Port Clinton - www.ci.port-clinton.oh.us
Ottawa County - www.co.ottawa.oh.us
Village of Oak Harbor - www.oakharbor.oh.us
Community Action
WSOS - www.wsos.org
Developmental Disabilities
Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities
www.ocbdd.org
STEPS Provider Agency
www.STEPSagency.com
Non-Profit Health Care
American Cancer Society - www.cancer.org
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Ottawa County Health Dept. - www.ottawahealth.org
BBQ & Caterers
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Grandma’s Back Yard Barbeque
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Chambers of Commerce
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Port Clinton - www.portclintonchamber.com
Put-in-Bay - www.put-in-bay.com
Mental Heath Recovery Board - www.mhrbeo.com
Mental Health Addict. Svc.
Red Cross - www.redcrosstoledo.org
Salvation Army - www.thesalarmy.com
Underwater Recovery Team - www.diveputinbay.com
Emergency Assistance
The Giving Tree - www.givingtreecounseling.com
Counseling
The Kenny House - www.portclintonmassage.com
The House of Healing - www.thehouseofhealingllc.com
Massage Therapy
Northcoast Jobs Connection (The Job Store)
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WARNING
SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2013
THE GOVERNMENT DESIGNATED DANGER ZONES OFF THE SHORES
OF CAMP PERRY AND THE ERIE INDUSTRIAL PARK CONTINUES TO BE
USEDFORFIRINGOFLARGECALIBERINERTARTILLERY, ANTIAIRCRFT
WEAPONS, SMALL ARMS ANDOTHER ACTIVITIES. RESTRICTEDENTRY
AS PROVIDEDBY TITLE 33, CODE OF FEDERL REGULATIONS IS BEING
ENFORCED. ALL PERSONS MUSTSTAYCLEAROF THESEZONES DURING
PERIODS OF FIRING ACTIVITY. BOATERS, FISHERMEN, AND AIRCRFT
PILOTS SHOULDREFERTOTHE NOAAMARINE NAVIGATIONAL CHART
#14830 AND THE DETROIT AIR SECTIONAL CHART RESPECTIVELY FOR
EXACT BOUNDARIES. THE CAMP PERRY STROBE LIGHT LOCATED AT
41° 32’ 15” N AND 083° 01’ 00” W WILL BE ACTIVATED AND RED RNGE
FLAGS DISPLAYEDDURINGCONDUCT OF FIRING. ALL PERSONS MUST
STAYOUTSIDETHEBOUNDARIES MARKEDAS RNGE"DANGERZONEI”
ANDRNGE "DANGER ZONE II", SHOWNONTHE CHART (CAMP PERRY
FIRINGRNGE) ATACHEDHERETO. THESEBOUNDARIESAFFECTTWO
DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFF-
SHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 5,000’ ABOVE GROUND LEVEL
(AGL) ANDMAYBEINUSEBETWEEN6A.M. AND6P.M. DAILY, INCLUDING
WEEKENDS, DURINGTHE ENTIRE CALENDARYEAROF 2013. LAKE ERIE
DANGER ZONE I WILL BE FURTHER RESTRICTEDDURING THE HOURS
OF 6:00 P.M. TO 7:00 P.M. DAILY FOR THE PERIOD - JULY 07 THROUGH
JULY 26, 2013 ANDDURING THE HOURS OF 6:00 P.M. TO8:00 P.M. DAILY
FORTHEPERIOD–JULY27THROUGHAUGUST14, 2013. LAKEERIEDAN-
GERZONE II EXTENDS 10 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDINGTHE AIRSPACE
TO 23,000’ AGL. FIRING IN THIS ZONE IS NORMALLY CONDUCTED BE-
TWEEN8 A.M. AND5 P.M., MONDAY THROUGHFRIDAY. EXTENSIONTO
THESE HOURS WILL BE PUBLISHEDUNDER A SEPARTE NOTICE. DUR-
ING THE BOATING SEASON, THESE ZONES ARE NORMALLY MARKED
WITHORNGEANDWHITEBUOYSBEARINGTHEWORDS“RNGEDAN-
GERZONE”. THE2013RNGEACTIVITYWILLNOTREQUIRETHETOTAL
USEOF DANGERZONEII. CONSEQUENTLY, AMODIFIEDDANGERZONE
II FOR 2013 WILL BE IDENTIFIEDBY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACEDON
A WEST TO EAST LINE, APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONE-HALF MILES
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LINE OF BUOYS WILL BE SAFE FOR MARINERS DURING PERIODS OF
FIRINGINTODANGERZONEII (SEECHART). MARINERS DESIRINGGEN-
ERLINFORMATIONONNAVIGATIONORPUBLICUSEOFTHESEZONES
SHOULD CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RNGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MA-
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  A  team  of  Lake  Erie  Shores  and  Islands  area  tourism 
industry representatives joined colleagues from the Ohio 
Association  of  Convention  and  Visitors  Bureaus,  The 
Ohio  Travel  Association  and  the  Ohio  Hotel  &  Lodging 
Association on March 20th for Ohio Tourism Legislative 
Day 2013.  
  Participants  included  Joan  Van  Offeren,  Dawn  Wein-
hardt and Larry Fletcher from Lake Erie Shores & Islands, 
Mike and Judy Tann from Captain Montague’s B&B, and 
Maris  Brenner  from  Kalahari.  Meetings  were  held  with 
Senator  Randy  Gardner  and  Representative  Chris  Red-
fern,  both  of  whom  reaffrmed  their  strong  support  of 
Ohio’s tourism industry. 
Several representatives from Cedar Point also participat-
ed in the event holding meetings with legislators and Ohio 
Development Services Agency representatives. Cedar Fair 
President  and  CEO  Matt  Ouimet  was  also  the  keynote 
speaker at the day’s opening breakfast.    
The day is designed to provide an opportunity for tour-
ism  professionals  to  meet  with  their  individual  elected 
representatives and talk tourism from both a state and lo-
cal  level.  This  year  legislators  learned  that  tourism  sales 
generated  2.7  billion  dollars  in  state  and  local  taxes  in 
2012 and that tourism is one of the top fve Ohio industry 
employers with a payroll of 10.6 billion dollars.  
Participants were also able to assure their legislators that 
tourism  is  a  wise  investment  for  Ohio  communities  and 
the state, with TourismOhio returning $15 in state and lo-
cal taxes for every $1 invested in their 2012 tourism mar-
keting campaign.
Local issues included Erie and Ottawa County’s annual 
tourism sales impact of 1.5 billion dollars. This spending 
generates  $108.3  million  dollars  in  state  and  local  taxes 
and supports more than 15,000 employed in the tourism 
industry.
LESI talks tourism in Columbus
LEGAL AD/
NOTIFICATION
NOTICE TO BIDDERS, Sealed bids
will be accepted until 1 pm on
Friday, April 19, 2013 at the
offce of the Safety Service
Director, City of Port Clinton,
1868 E Perry Street, Port Clinton
OH 43452 for furnishing all
labor, materials, and equipment
necessary to complete the work
known as OTT-FERRY TERMINAL
PH 2 FOR PUT-IN-BAY BOAT
LINE COMPANY, 3 North
Monroe Street, Port Clinton.
Bids shall be enclosed in a
sealed envelope with the
bidder’s name and address on
the front and labeled BID FOR
FERRY TERMINAL, PHASE 2. All
bids will be publicly opened and
read aloud at that time and
place. Bids received after that
time will not be accepted. No
bidder may withdrawal his bid
for a period of sixty days after
the date set for opening thereof
and any bid shall be subject to
acceptance by the Owner during
this period. The project consists
of exterior and interior
alterations to an existing ferry
terminal building to provide
improved passenger ticketing,
waiting areas, and amenities
including handicapped
accessibility. Work will involve
general, electrical, plumbing,
HVAC, and fre suppression
trades, all of which will be part
of a single general contract bid.
The project shall be bid as a
LUMP SUM General Contract
proposal to include all labor and
materials required to complete
the work as indicated on the
Construction Drawings. The
Architect’s estimated
construction cost is $595,000
for all Work. All bids must be
accompanied by either a bid
guarantee and contract bond in
the amount of 100% of the bid
or by a certifed check, cashiers
check, or letter of credit upon a
solvent bank in the amount of
not less than 10% of the bid
made out to the City of Port
Clinton. When a check or letter
of credit is used, a separate
100% contract/performance
bond will be required upon
signing of the contract. This
bond shall be underwritten by a
State of Ohio authorized surety
listed on the most current
Department of Treasury Circular
570 “Surety Companies
Acceptable on Federal Bonds”.
Before submitting a bid, each
contractor shall review the
proposed Construction Drawings
and Project Manual and shall
visit the site of the work. Prior to
bidding, each contractor shall
fully inform himself as to the
existing conditions and
limitations under which the work
is to be performed and shall
include in their bid a sum to
cover the cost of items necessary
to perform the work as set forth
in the proposed contract
documents. No allowance shall
be made because of lack of such
examination or knowledge.
Submission of a bid will be
considered as conclusive
evidence that the general
contractor has made such
examination. There will be a
PRE-BID MEETING to be held at
the jobsite beginning at 1 pm on
Thursday, April 11, 2013.
Attendance at this Pre-Bid
Meeting is a mandatory
prerequisite for all general
contract bidders. The successful
bidder will be required to enter
into an Owner/Contractor
Agreement that includes
compliance with all requirements
and further documentation
described in the Project Manual
including conformance to all
provisions of the Federal Davis
Bacon and Related Acts
including the payment of
prevailing wages and benefts.
The Owner reserves the right to
waive any irregularities and
accept any or reject all bids
when, in the opinion of the City
of Port Clinton, such actions will
serve the best interests of the
City of Port Clinton. The
contract, if awarded, will be
awarded to the responsible
bidder who has proposed the
lowest and best contract sum,
subject to the Owner’s right to
reject any or all bids. Bid
Documents including
Construction Drawings and
Project Manual may be
examined without charge at the
of City of Port Clinton offces or
Daniel Frederick Architects, LLC
at 30 Park Street, Milan OH
44846. Bid Documents may be
purchased from the Architect at
the non-refundable cost of one
hundred dollars per set, plus
shipping, if requested. Bids will
only be accepted from bidders of
record who have attended the
mandatory pre-bid meeting and
have obtained the offcial bid
documents from the Architect.
The City of Port Clinton is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. The
owner intends and requires that
this project be substantially
completed within 180 days from
Notice to Proceed. By order of
City of Port Clinton, Tracy
Colston, Safety Service Director.
Publication Dates March 28,
April 4, and April 11
LEGAL NOTICE, OTTAWA
COMMON PLEAS COURT
Vanderbilt Mortgage and
Finance, Inc., Plaintiff vs. Estate
of Charline Stokes, Unknown
Heir(s) of Decedent Sylvester W.
Stokes and Tyrone Stokes. The
Unknown Heir(s) of Sylveter W.
Stokes, deceased, will take
notice that o March 18, 2013,
the Plaintiff, Vanderbilt Mortgage
and Finance, Inc., fled it’s
Complaint in the Court of
Common Pleas of Ottawa
County, Ohio, 315 Madison
Street, Courthouse Room 304,
Port Clinton, OH 43452, Case
No. 13-CV-108H, seeking
possession of it’s secured
property, being one
manufactured home, 2004
REDMAN MONTEREY, LP 80X32
MANUFACTURED HOME;
MODEL NO. RMM R328001;
SERIAL NO.11266786
INCLUDING: RANGE (200946),
SKIRTING, DISHWASHER
(728066), FOOTERS, STEPS,
MICROWAVE (905135) AND
DISPOSAL (001066); located at
1955 South Lighter Road, Port
Clinton, Ohio 43452. The
Unknown Heir(s) of Decedent
Sylvester W. Stokes, if any, is/are
required to answer the Plaintiff’s
Complaint within twenty-eight
(28) days after the last date of
publication of thi notice. In the
event that the Unknown Heir(s),
if any, fail to respond in the
allotted time, judgment by
default can be entered against
him/her/them for the relief
requested in the Plaintiff’s
Complaint. Gary A. Kohli, CLERK.
MAPOTHER &MAPOTHER, P.S.C.
Heather R. Peters ( 0086167)
James P. Dady (0064152)
Attorneys for Plaintiff 815 West
Market Street, Suite 500,
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
Phone (502) 587-5400 Fax
(502)587-5454
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
Operations Supervisors for
Penske: Manage warehousing
operations. Shifts: 2:30-11pm or
10:30pm-7am. Warehouse exp.
preferred.GoPenske.com/Careers
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Now hiring P/T garden center
position at Port Clinton location.
Send resume to Choice Lawn
Care, 2680 N. SR 18, Republic
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Drivers: Dedicated Home Daily!
CDL-A, 1yr OTR, Good backgrnd.
$2,000 Sign-On! 320 Matzinger
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800-748-0192
Ottawa County Engineer,
Receptionist/Clerk. The County
Engineer is accepting
applications for the position of
part-time Receptionist/Clerk.
For complete job description and
application information, visit the
county website at www.co.
ottawa.oh.us/employment.
Drivers: Pay up to $.40 per Mile!
Chromed Out Trucks With APU’s,
70% Drop & Hook. CDL-A & 6
Mos. Exp. Req. 888-406-9046
Need 18-24 energetic people to
travel with young successful
business group. Paid travel. No
experience necessary. $500-
$750 weekly. 480-718-9540
ADVENTUROUS? COME
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spontaneous people Full Time
Travel, Must be 18+ Hotel and
Transportation CALL NOW
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NOW HIRING: Employees
needed to assemble products at
home. No selling, any hours.
$500 weekly potential. Info.
1-985-646-1700 Dept. MAC-
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for our LOCAL & OTR (14-21
days out) positions! We offer
competitive pay, medical benefts
for you and your family, paid
training on product handling,
paid uniforms, paid vacations,
401K & MORE! 2 years tractor-
trailer experience, Tank &
Hazmat endorsements (or ability
to obtain) & safe driving record
required. APPLY NOW at
TheKAG.com or call (800) 871-
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Now hiring Caregivers for In
Home Care. STNA, CNA,MA and
Home Health Aides (HHA
Training Available) Flexible
Scheduling. Contact Comfort
Keepers at 866-230-2634 M-F
9AM-4PM
Drivers: CDL A Teams Owner
Operators & Company Drivers
Wanted. $1000 Sign On Bonus
for O/O Dedicated Lanes *Great
Home Time *Safety Bonus
Program *Benefts available
after 90 days. 6 months
verifable exp. Call 502-664-
1433
AIRLINE CAREERS begin here -
Become an Aviation
Maintenance Tech. FAA
approved training. Financial aid
if qualifed - Housing available.
Job placement assistance. Call
AIM (866)453-6204
EXPERIENCED OTR DRIVERS
VAN DIVISION: Runs 48 states,
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Vacation/ 401K/ Vision/ Dental/
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APARTMENT
FOR RENT
Affordable 2 bedroom Apt. Rent
is based on income. Low Security
Deposit. Please call (419)732-
0385 or pick up an application
at Lakeview Estates, 205
Buckeye Blvd, Port Clinton, OH
43452. Must meet income
guidelines & eligibility
requirements to qualify for
housing. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
TWO BEDROOM UPSTAIRS
APARTMENT FOR RENT IN OAK
HARBOR. $425.00 PER MONTH
- NO PETS!
(419) 855-7250
HOME
FOR RENT
528 E. 3rd in Port clinton, 3/4
bedroom, new carpet,
appliances, central a/c, large
glass patio, w/d hook-up.
$595.00 a month, plus deposit.
No Pets. Call 419-366-0373
CONDO
FOR RENT
CLASSY LAKEFRONT 3 Bedroom
CONDO with Direct Lake access.
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE FOR
LEASE, includes Beach privileges.
Spectacular sunsets. 2 storage
units included. No pets, No
smokers! year lease only $1500.
a month. Call Don @
419-704-6226
RENTAL
HOME WANTED
Young family seeking long term
rental home in Old Plat.
Responsible parents re-locating
from Phoenix to run the family
orchard business and LOVE this
neighborhood. Call Brooke 602-
686-7766.
COTTAGE
FOR SALE
Cottage for sale by owner with
boat dock and beach, 2
bedrooms, sleeps 5-9, furnished
with washer and dryer in unit. In
Catawba Township 440-552-
2181
WANTED REAL
ESTATE TO BUY
“Empty Nesters” looking to buy
small buildable lot overlooking
Sandusky Bay or North Passage
of Lake Erie between Kellys
Island and Marblehead. Paying
up to $90K call 419 627-8414
RV/CAMPING SITES
AVAILABLE
2013 May - October Season.
Tranquility in a nature lover’s
setting. Near Camp Perry, Ohio.
Call 419-635-2234 for more
information.
BOAT
DOCKS
Dockage Off the Portage River at
Clinton Reef Club in Port
Clinton. Includes water, electric,
pool, hot tub, showers, dock box
& laundry facilities. Daily, weekly,
monthly or season. Walk to
Downtown and Jet Express!
Call Dock Master 419-732-
9934.
BOAT
FOR SALE
82 Marinette Sportsman HT,
Rebuilt Chrysler 318, Radar,
Depth Finder, GPS, Spotlight,
Compass, asking $9995.00 Call
614-448-7898. 3 Axle Trailer
($899.00)
1993 Tiara 31’ Well Equipped.
New Canvas and many other
Upgrades in 2013. Meticulously
Maintained! Turn Key! $74,900.
(419)307-2951
BULLDOZER
FOR SALE
1986 CAT D3B Enclosed Cab.
Awesome Little Machine.
$17,500.00 as is. Call
419-797-2820
4B Thursday, April 11th, 2013
BUSINESS
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CLASSIFIEDS
The Beacon
Sales Position Available
Now hiring a Qualifed Interior
Designer (Full Time or Part Time).
Strong Sales Skills essential. Must
be self motivated, enthusiastic and
a strong people person. Duties will
include all aspects of residential
interiors including space palnning,
accessorizing, custom window
treatments & more. Experience is
preferred. Please send Resumes to:
Catawba Interiors
2830 E. Harbor Rd
Port Clinton OH 4352
NOW HIRING
STNA / RA / LPN
Otterbein Homes, a family of continuing care retirement commu-
nities related to The United Methodist Church, is currently seek-
ing STNAs, Resident Assistants, and LPNs at its North Shore facil-
ity 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 or send your resume to:
Director of Health Services
Otterbein North Shore Retirement Living Community
9400 North Shore Blvd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440
Fax 419-798-4662
jlenthe@otterbein.org
MAKE A
DIFFERENCE
Join us in making a real difference in the lives of the
elderly. Supplement your income
providing non-medical assistance in their homes. No
certifcation required. Flexible, part-time day, night,
and weekend shifts available in the Port Clinton,
Marblehead area. Home Instead Senior Care 419-734-
6484 or www.homeinstead.com/caregiver
Now Hiring
All Positions
Apply in Person
Mon-Fri
2 - 5 pm
726 W. Main St.
Marblehead
Seasonal Job
Openings on
Kelley’s Island
Cooks &
Short Order Cooks
Part Time/Full Time
For more info call:
419.656.7070
Jobs
Just
Posted
Boating Education Course
U.S. Coast Guard Recognized
Location: Port Clinton Moose,
1105 W. Lakeshore Dr., Port Clinton, OH
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Time: 9am to 5pm
Sponsored by: Instructor Mike Schabeck
and the Port Clinton Moose
Cost: $35 per person
To register call 419-460-4829
(please leave message)
There will be a break for lunch and the Port Clinton Moose
has a restaurant with good food and very reasonable rates.
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APARTMENT FOR RENT
HOME FOR RENT
BULLDOZER FOR SALE
BOAT FOR SALE
BOAT DOCKS
RV/CAMPING
SITES AVAILABLE
WANTED REAL
ESTATE TO BUY
COTTAGE FOR SALE
RENTAL HOME WANTED
CONDO FOR RENT
Leadership  Ottawa  County  (LOC)  began  their  March 
13  class  at  the  Davis  -  Besse  Training  Facility  north  of 
Oak  Harbor.  This  month’s  topic  was  business  and  eco-
nomic development.  Dan Hartnett provided a behind-
the-scenes  look  at  the  Nuclear  Operations  Training  at 
Davis-Besse.    Class  members  observed  operator  train-
ing in the control room simulator. The training includes 
how to respond to any unusual event that might trigger 
a shutdown in an emergency situation. 
The  class  then  traveled  to  the  Ottawa  County  Trans-
portation Agency (OCTA) where director Bill Lowe and 
Diane Schimming provided  information on day-to-day 
operations  of  public  transportation  in  Ottawa  County 
followed by a tour of the new facility. Participants were 
made  aware  of  the  diversity  of  transportation  needs  in 
the county.
The fnal stop was at Materion near Elmore. A power-
point presentation was given by VP of Sales Larry Ryc-
zek and HR Director Shelly Lizzyness, followed by view-
ing samples of items made from beryllium.  The evening 
concluded  with  Jamie  Beier-Grant,  Director  of  the  Ot-
tawa County Improvement Corporation (OCIC), speak-
ing  on  the  efforts  of  the  OCIC  to  help  local  businesses 
grow,  provide  needed  training  and  testing,  and  attract 
companies  interested  in  locating  in  the  area.  This  was 
followed by dinner provided by Materion.   
Leadership Ottawa County is a nine month leadership 
development  program  that  brings  young  profession-
als  together  to  learn  about  and  explore  the  diversity  of 
Ottawa  County  and  increase  personal  leadership  skills 
through  experiential  training.  For  more  information, 
visit www.leadershipottawacounty.com
Leadership Ottawa County class explores
business & economic development
The  Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency  (FEMA) 
is preparing new coastal studies and risk analysis for Erie 
and  Ottawa  Counties  in  Ohio.  The  engineering  frm  is 
performing land use reconnaissance surveys for these new 
studies.
While  in  the  feld,  engineers  will  make  every  effort  to 
stay on public land and right-of-ways. In the event it may 
be  necessary  for  the  engineers  to  enter  upon  privately 
owned  property,  owners  will  be  notifed.  The  feld  crews 
will be in and around the area from April 14-19. 
Upon request, the engineers will identify themselves by 
driver’s license and letter of introduction.
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, con-
tact  the  FEMA  Region  V  Regional  Project  Offcer  Ken 
Hinterlong  at  312  408-5529  or  Stuart  Williamson,  the 
RAMPP Task Order Manager at 703 849-0295.
FEMA conducting
reconnaissance surveys
FOR
SALE
Lowery Electric Organ For Sale.
Call 419-732-0238
MOVING
SALE
Moving Sale, Friday and
Saturday 10am - 4pm. 195
Morningside Dr. Port Clinton
LEASING
COMMERCIAL SPACE
Commercial Store Front/Offce
for Lease. 8640 E Northshore
Blvd. Lakeside - Marblehead
419-798-4485
AUTOS
WANTED
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Instant Offer - Call: 1-800-569-
0003
CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!
PayMAX pays the MAX! One call
gets you a TOP DOLLAR offer!
Any year/make/model.1-888-
PAYMAX-5 (1-888-729-6295)
EDUCATION/
SCHOOLS
Finish High School at home in a
few weeks. First Coast Academy,
1-800-658-1180x130. www.
fcahighschool.org
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2810 B Canterbury Circle – Catawba
• 2-3 bed/2 bath/2 car garage
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• www.howardhanna.com/20120695
• $274,900
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• 3 car garage, 2 boat slips
• Water view, walk to beach
• $295,000
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• $24,900
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527 Eleventh St. – Port Clinton
• 3 bed 1 ½ bath home
• Great neighborhood close to
schools
• Large fenced backyard
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675 Toledo – Port Clinton
• Waterfront! 100 ft dockage w/ hook ups
• Well maintained 4 bedroom 2 bath
• Floridian style sun room w/views
• $295,000
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113 Driftwood – Port Clinton
• 2 bed 2 bath home on pond
• Open living, kitchen/dining area
• 55+ park, year round
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4615 Muggy Rd – Catawba
• Secluded 9+ acre estate
• Includes 2100 sq ft brick ranch
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Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
76 Woodwinds Way – Marblehead
• 4 bed 2.5 bath 2 story home
• Large wooded lot
• Close to Lake and dockage
• $209,000
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
812 E Main L2F – Marblehead
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• 3 bed 2 bath luxury end unit
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• $279,900
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Tradewinds Dr – Catawba
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• Starting in the $290s
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538 Bridge Rd – Marblehead
• 3 bed 1 ½ bath, spacious kitchen/dining
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• 2 half acre lots, 10x22 sun room
• $135,000
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• 1 bed 1 bath 2nd foor condo
• Water view, swimming pool, tennis
• $69,900
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104 Cedar Lane – Kelleys Island
• 3 bed 2 bath home plus 2 bedroom apartment
• Lakeview, beach access
• Perfect for summer rental or family retreats
• $429,000
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2835 Waterside – Marblehead
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• 30 ft dock included, community pool, clubhouse, beach
• $389,000
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141 Massie Dr – Put-In-Bay
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• Within walking distance to Lake and downtown
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