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Dave Zavagno presents tall ships prints to Julene Market of Miller Boat Lines and Larry Fletcher of Lake

Erie Shores
and Islands West.
Last Call for Tickets for the “Evening at
the Races” event hosted by the Kiwanis
Club of Port Clinton this Friday, Nov. 15,
at Lock, Dock & Barrel on Buckeye Blvd.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets can be
purchased from any Kiwanian or at The
Beacon office, next to Goodwill in the Bea-
con Place Business Center on State Route
53 North. Tickets are $25 per person which
includes appetizers, betting opportunities
and a guaranteed good time.
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The Port Clinton VFW’s Food Drive
Scavenger Hunt is this Saturday starting
at 1 p.m. They need teams of 4 people
to canvass the community to collect non
perishable food items and toiletries. Each
team will get a section of town to go door-
to-door and the team with the most points
wins some nice prizes. Every year the VFW
gets a list of local vets in need. The collect-
ed items will go to them.
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Our “Find Wylie” winner this week is
Bob Pence from Danbury Township who
was one of 178 people who found our
friendly fish hiding in the ad for Young’s
Carpet One on page 1B in last week’s Bea-
con. Bob wins our weekly $20 gift card
from Friendship Food Stores. We’ll be hid-
ing Wylie again this week. If you find him,
drop off an entry form at our office in the
Beacon Place Business Center or click on
the Find Wylie Icon at our website, www.
thebeacon.net.
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I attended the kickoff breakfast for the
2013 Red Kettle Campaign for the local
Salvation Army unit. They still need vol-
unteers to ring the bell. Just two hours of
bell ringing is equivalent to donating over
$100. The campaign starts on Monday,
Nov. 18, and runs through Dec. 24. Their
goal is $64,000, and is much needed. If
you are interested in volunteering, contact
Director Maureen Saponari at 419-732
ARMY (2769).
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You’ve heard of Black Friday? How about
Small Business Saturday? Well, now we
have a new one…Giving Tuesday! It is the
day now designated to create a national
day of giving at the start of the holiday sea-
son. Joyful Connections in Ottawa County
is a local non-profit group that will be par-
ticipating in “Giving Tuesday” on Dec. 3.
They are asking you to visit their website,
www.joyfulconnections.com, click on the
“Donate Now” button and make a dona-
tion. Joyful Connections is a local non-
profit agency in Ottawa County that serves
children and families for safe visitation
and exchanges.
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The 9th Annual presentation of Han-
del’s Messiah, under the direction of Craig
Dieterich, will be performed on Sunday,
Dec. 15, at 3 p.m. at St. John Lutheran
Church on Adams Street in Port Clinton.
The community choir, along with profes-
sional soloists and orchestra, will present
this time-honored Christmas Classic. All
singers are welcome to be part of the choir.
Rehearsals will be at St. John from 8-9 p.m.
on Nov. 14, 21, Dec. 5 and 12.
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The Ottawa County Genealogical So-
ciety will meet this Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7
p.m. at the Ida Rupp Library in Port Clin-
ton. Speaker for the evening will be Derek
Davey, who will discuss “Breaking Brick
Walls A-Z”. He is a professional genealo-
gist, teacher and speaker who teaches at
Lourdes University.
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Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary
will be holding a special “Challenge Bowl-
ing Match” with the Danbury Police De-
partment on Monday, Nov. 18. It will be
held at 20th Century Lanes in Oak Harbor
at 7 p.m.
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The Humane Society of Ottawa County’s
Poinsettia Sale runs through Nov. 24. They
come in 3 different sizes and 4 different
colors...white, red, pink and marble. Or-
ders will be ready for pickup on Saturday,
Dec. 7, at the shelter during Santa Photos.
Order forms will be available at the Shelter.
All poinsettias are purchased from Bench’s
Greenhouse in Elmore. The Humane So-
ciety is also conducting a telephone cam-
paign between the hours of 4 and 9 p.m.
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The Port Clinton Athletic Boosters An-
nual Reverse Raffle will be this Saturday,
Nov. 16, at the Port Clinton Elks Lodge.
This is their ONLY fundraiser of the year.
The Grand Prize will be $7,500. Tickets are
$100 each which includes one Prime Rib/
Chicken buffet dinner. Additional dinner
tickets may be purchased for $20 each.
They may be purchased from any Booster
Club officer or by contacting Rich Kokin-
da (419-734-5231) or John Gluth, Jr. (419-
732-8826). If you would like to donate an
item for the live or silent auctions, contact
Missy Cross (419-341-3656).
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There will be an informational meeting
for the Men’s Rec Basketball in Port Clin-
ton tonight (Thursday, Nov. 14) at 6 p.m.
at Port Clinton City Hall. There will be a
discussion on league fees, starting date
and game times and other questions will
be answered at this time. If you have any
questions concerning this meeting, call the
PC Rec. Dept. at 419-734-5522, Extension
6, or Lee Horne at 419-573-9432.
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BY JASMINE CUPP
On Friday afternoon Lake Erie
Shores and Islands West Executive
Director Larry Fletcher gave a presen-
tation revealing the economic impact
of the Battle of Lake Erie Bicentennial
events. To preface the presentation of
data, Fletcher asked Chairmen of the
Perry Group’s Bicentennial Commit-
tee Dave Zavagno to say a few words,
praising Zavagno as the one who had
the vision and brought everything to-
gether.
“The vision we had started four
years ago,” said Zavagno, “how can
we celebrate as a region and bring the
western basin together along with the
United States and Canada?” He went
on to say that it was great to see that
the communities did come together
to bring national prominence to the
area.
As a token of appreciation, Zavango
presented Fletcher and Julene Market,
Miller Boat Line Head of Marketing,
with framed prints of the tall ships.
Fletcher called the Battle of Lake
Erie Bicentennial the “largest multi
community event ever in the Lake
Erie western basin”. The event invited
people to learn about and appreciate
the Lake Erie Shores and Islands. “We
definitely accomplished that,” said
Fletcher. The event has had a lasting
media impact, inviting visitors to re-
member the western Lake Erie basin.
Miller Boat Line set an all time re-
cord for passenger transportation to
Put-In-Bay on Sept. 1, 2013. Market
said, commenting on the record, “Ev-
eryone was happy about the event.
We were busy but we were also pre-
pared. Happy visitors led to a happy
event.”
Peter Huston, a director/producer
for Film Affects who produced the
Battle of Lake Erie bicentennial reen-
actment documentary, said, “We liked
the people who came to this area for
the event. They were appreciative of
the history.”
The following data is relative to Bat-
tle of Lake Erie bicentennial spend-
ing in Ottawa County and Kelleys
Island in Erie County between the
dates of Aug. 29-Sept. 10, 2013. Fig-
ures are based on actual visitor ticket
sale counts provided by the various
Unites States port communities and
conservative estimates on number
of hotel, bed and breakfast, vacation
rental room nights and campground
occupancy.
Visitor spending calculations are
based on the Ohio Office of Tour-
ism’s 2013 multiplier of $108 a day
for a day trip visitor and $321 a day
for an overnight visitor.
People from all over the country
and all over the world attended the
bicentennial events in our area. Doc-
umented, people came from: Alaska,
California, Colorado, Florida, Indi-
ana, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland,
Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico,
New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah,
Virginia, Washington, Washington
D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming, Canada,
England, Germany and Italy.
Total visitor
spending for
Aug. 29-Sept. 10
was $14.6 million
• 7,150 total room nights at
hotels, bed and breakfasts or
vacation rentals
• 4,500 nights at campground
sites (not included in overnight
spending calculations)
• 4,500 nights that marina slips
were in use (not included in over-
night spending calculations)
• 100,000 total bicentennial
related visitors overall
Economic impact of Bicentennial
Early snow
Before the leaves
Have had time
To fall from the trees,
White and cool
The snow falls,
Striving to bring comfort
To hearts aching
From the too-soon loss
Of a beloved son.
D. M. Lueke
Nov. 11, 2013
On Sunday Chris Deerhake, 22, of Marblehead, died.
On Monday Devin Kohlman, 13, of Port Clinton, died.
Monday evening an early-season snow fell.
Erie Ottawa
International Airport
BY DONNA LUEKE
On Saturday Erie-Ottawa International Airport
(PCW) welcomed its first international flight. U. S.
Representative Marcy Kaptur, State Sen. Randy Gard-
ner, State Rep. Chris Redfern, Erie and Ottawa County
Commissioners and dozens of observers greeted the
flight from Pelee Island, Ontario, Canada. The flight,
piloted by Griffing Flying Service president Thomas
Griffing, carried Ottawa County Commissioner Jim
Sass and Erie County Commissioner Tom Ferrell.
As the arriving airplane taxied up to the temporary
U.S. Customs trailer (construction will begin in the
spring for a permanent Customs building), it was met
by the applause of the welcoming crowd, canon fire and
a rifle salute by U.S. and British-uniformed re-enactors.
“Tomorrow is today,” said Airport Director Stan
Gebhardt of the culmination of two years of planning.
“We must become global thinkers or become isolated.”
Gebhardt thanked the Erie and Ottawa county
See INTERNATIONAL 2A
commissioners for working together,
and U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Port Director Eugene Matho Jr thanked
Gebhardt for being “a joy to work with”.
“This improvement along the coast will
lead to economic prosperity in the future,”
said Representative Kaptur. “The potential
for added tourism is unlimited.” Kaptur
added that the $1 million plus in federal
funds for the runway improvements and
the coalition of federal, state and county
agencies, will “make our way of life better.”
Sen. Gardner joined in pledging support
for the airport’s growth and for the po-
tential for increased tourism from birders,
boaters, shooters, and visitors to Ottawa
National Wildlife Refuge, Magee Marsh
and Camp Perry. Gardner also said that he
looked forward to continued cooperation
with Rep. Redfern, noting that people are
frustrated with political partisanship.
Commissioner Ferrell compared the
airport to the story of “The Little Engine
That Could”. Commissioner Sass joined
in predicting many good things for “the
friendliest airport in Ohio”.
In addition to the new
designation and the run-
way improvements, the
airport is nearing comple-
tion of construction of
eight new hangars that will
house 25-32 airplanes. At
the adjacent Liberty Avia-
tion Museum construction
is also underway of a new
hangar that will house the
Tri-Motor construction
project and provide storage
for vintage aircraft.
Ongoing construction
projects, increased fuel
sales and fees from more
resident planes, Griffing
Flying Service’s move, more
attractions at the Aviation
Museum and international
accessibility all have the
Little Airport That Could
poised to provide a boost
for the local economy and
for the community.
More photos at www.the-
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10, at Magruder
Hospital, Port
Clinton. He
was born May
1, 1991, in San-
dusky, the son
of Gregory and Susan (Sypherd)
Deerhake. He was a 2009 graduate of
Danbury High School and he worked
for South Shore Marine, Huron. He
enjoyed hunting, fishing and any-
thing to do with the water. He had a
U.S. Coast Guard License.
Surviving are his parents, Greg and
Sue Deerhake; sisters Kelly (Chris
Leko) Deerhake of Clearwater, FL;
Kimberly (Mike) Zwier of St Albans,
WV and Karen (Cody Vollmer) Deer-
hake of Marblehead; grandparents
Floyd and Jackie Sypherd of Lake-
side and Gene and Mary Deerhake
of Marblehead; and his faithful com-
panion, his dog Rex.
Visitation will be held Wednesday,
Nov. 13, from 5-8 p.m. at Neidecker,
LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home,
Peninsula Chapel, Lakeside-Marble-
head. Funeral services will be held at
1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at Lakeside
United Methodist Church, Lakeside.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests
memorial contributions may be giv-
en to the Humane Society of Ottawa
County or Danbury Township Fire
and EMS. On line condolences may
be shared with the family at www.
neideckerleveckcrosser.com.
Diane M. Fought
Sept. 22, 1950-Nov. 4, 2013
Diane M. Fought, 63, of Port Clin-
ton, passed away, Monday, Nov. 4, at
Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak
Harbor, after a courageous battle
with cancer. Diane was born on Sept.
22, 1950, in Port Clinton, the daugh-
ter of Joseph and Isabel “Izzy” (Pro-
kop) Fought.
A graveside service was be held at
11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 9, in River-
view Cemetery, Port Clinton. Gern-
er-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home &
Crematory, Port Clinton, assisted the
family with arrangements. Online
condolences may be shared with the
family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.
com.
Ione E. Winkel
May 14, 1918-Nov. 7, 2013
Ione E. Winkel, 95, of Genoa, passed
away Thursday, Nov. 7, at St. Charles
Hospital, Toledo. Ione was born on
May 14, 1918, in Myrtle Point, OR,
the daughter of Arthur A. and Cleo A.
(Dickson) Parry.
Cremation has taken place, per the
wishes of Ione. There will be no visi-
tation or services. Robinson-Walker
Funeral Home & Crematory, Oak
Harbor, is assisting the family with
arrangements. Online condolences
may be shared with the family at
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Thanks Voters
According to unofficial results from the
Ottawa County Board of Elections, voters
in the Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School
District passed two renewal levies on the
November 5th ballot by a margin of 72%
for and 28% against. One of the levies was
a renewal of an operating expenses levy
originally passed in August, 2000, and the
other was a renewal of a permanent im-
provement levy originally passed in No-
vember, 1979.
Responding to the passage of the two re-
newal levies, B-C-S Superintendent Guy
Parmigian commented that the passage of
the two renewal levies was “an important
victory for the students and community of
B-C-S School District.” Parmigian went on
to comment: “On behalf of our students,
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responsible with hard-earned taxpayer
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the needs of our community.”
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Community,
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quest which passed on Tuesday. With your
continuing support we are able to main-
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fied staff, administrative staff and teaching
staff to collectively challenge the minds of
our students in preparation for productive
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Dillender-Fritz wedding
On Oct. 19 at the Vermilion River Reservation,
Brittany Christine Dillender, 21, daughter of Jo-
seph & Stephanie Boecker of Berlin Heights and
Albert Dillender (deceased) of Milan, was married
to Andrew Gale Fritz, 27, son of Michael & Car-
men Richard and Daniel Fritz, all of Port Clinton.
Best Man and Ring Bearer was the bride and
groom’s 6 year old son Dominic Gale Fritz.
The groomsmen were Lee Arnold, Christopher
Richard and Deven Keim.
The flowergirl was the bride and groom’s 2 year
old daughter Nayellie Grace Fritz.
Maid of Honor was Alexandria Willgrube, Ma-
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were Jessica Arnold, Hannah Maynard and Jenni-
fer Clifton.
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Allen’s wish for the trip is “to let our
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Though she has no specific expectations,
Allen will be meeting with Sen. Sherrod
Brown, Sen. Rob Portman, Rep. Bob Latta
and Rep. Marcy Kaptur to get legislative
backing for funding for maintenance and
operation of ONWR. The recent federal
government shutdown and sequester have
seriously affected programs at ONWR.
The value of the Refuge
A report released last week by the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) shows
that national wildlife refuges are a good
investment for American taxpayers and
boost local economies. The Banking On
Nature study shows that for every $1 Con-
gress provides in funding to run the Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge System on average
$4.87 is returned to local communities.
“Conservation conserves more than
wildlife, it is conserving our tax dollars; an
important value for Americans of all po-
litical stripes” said David Houghton, Presi-
dent of the National Wildlife Refuge Asso-
ciation (NWRA). “There is nothing more
conservative than conservation or more
progressive than preserving our natural
world for future generations.”
The need
“The Refuge System is facing the loss of
more than 450 staff positions by the end of
next year should Congress continue slash-
ing their budget,” said Houghton. “Ref-
uges will be forced to eliminate popular
hunting and wildlife watching programs,
end volunteer efforts due to lack of staff
to provide oversight and many will close
their doors entirely. These short sighted
budget cuts will ultimately hurt not only
wildlife, but local economies that depend
on these unique federal lands.”
In a statement drafted by the Board of
Directors of the Ottawa National Wildlife
Refuge Association, the Board calls on na-
tional leaders “to ensure that a budget is
passed in sufficient time to avoid a repeat
government shutdown. The recent lapse
in appropriations had significant negative
impact on the Refuge Complex and on our
Association.”
The statement further details that nega-
tive impact, including:
• Closure of the Refuge and Visitor’s Cen-
ter, prohibiting the public from accessing
their land for any purpose, including ob-
servation of migratory birds, waterfowl
and deer hunting, and school programs.
• Lapse in vital research as migratory
birds are caught, weighed and measured,
and tracked over the course of years.
• Lapse in maintenance projects on the
Refuge, including fall activities such as in-
vasive species control, habitat restoration,
winterization of outbuildings and regular
maintenance of equipment.
• Closure of the ONWRA Bookstore, lo-
cated in the Visitor’s Center, diminishing
their nonprofit association’s annual rev-
enues.
• Inability of Associa-
tion members and volun-
teers to access the office,
records, mail, or computer
equipment, causing delays
in fund deposits, member
communications and all
ongoing projects.
For further information
on Ottawa National Wild-
life Refuge, go to www.fws.
gov/midwest/ottawa.
For further information or
to volunteer with ONWRA,
visit www.onwra.com.
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Businesses and organizations are encouraged to
participate in the 2013 Gift of Lights. They may
purchase a tree for a $30 donation. The trees will
be located at Adams Street Park in downtown his-
toric Port Clinton. People will vote for their favorite
or best-decorated tree for a dollar donation. The
proceeds from the 2013 Gift of Lights go to the Oak
House as selected by the 2012 winner (Port Clinton
Artists Club). The donations will determine this
year’s winner.
Organizations and businesses may decorate their
trees beginning on Friday, Nov. 29. All trees should
be completed by Friday, Dec. 6. Voting begins on
Saturday, Dec. 7, during Community Christmas.
Ballot boxes will be available at the Main Street PC/
Chamber office, City Hall, the Book Exchange, Cof-
fee Express, McCarthy’s, Perfect Color Hair and Tan,
Slater’s Madison Street Pub, Underwood’s Grill and
the Wide World Shoppe.
The deadline to vote is Friday, Dec. 20 at 12 p.m.
Businesses and organizations should remove their
decorations the week of Jan. 3, 2014.
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For the Nov. 28 edition of the Beacon, we
will be featuring a sharing of favorite fam-
ily recipes from Ottawa County.
Submit the recipe by email to editor@
thebeacon.net or drop a copy at the Bea-
con office. A selection of the recipes will be
featured in the special holiday supplement
to the Beacon and on the Beacon
website.
So in the giving spirit of Thanks-
giving, share your recipe for turkey
dressing, appetizer, kugel, nut roll,
pork and kraut, apple-cinnamon
ornaments, black-eyed peas and
greens, vegan entree, pierogi, bris-
ket, pie, sugar-free dessert, venison
stew, walleye chowder, cookies or
Aunt Minnie’s famous punch.
Include:
• Title of recipe
• Recipe
• Your name and/or the originator
of the recipe
• Your email address and/or phone
number (will not be published)
• Any comments on the recipe or its
tradition
• Photo, if you like
Recipe sharing
You’ve heard of Black Friday, Small Busi-
ness Saturday and Cyber Monday? Now
Tuesday, Dec. 3, is “Giving Tuesday” in
Ottawa County. Giving Tuesday, which
follows the widely recognized shopping
events Black Friday and Cyber Monday,
kicks off the holiday season with a global
day dedicated to charitable giving, har-
nessing the power of social media and the
generosity of people around the world
to bring about real change in their com-
munities. Giving Tuesday celebrates and
encourages people to give their time, re-
sources, talents and social media voice to
a new kind of philanthropy that is about
social purpose and collaboration for a bet-
ter world.
United Way in Ottawa County volunteers
Brenda Provenzale of US Bank and Me-
linda Stacy of First National Bank, are in-
viting local businesses to participate. Each
business may select a dollar amount for a
single product or service or a percent of
sales to donate. Each business will be pro-
moted by United Way in local and social
media. Businesses are asked to get creative
and help promote Giving Tuesday. Want to
get involved? Talk to Brenda or Melinda or
contact Lisa Dubbert at United Way in Ot-
tawa County at 419-734-6645 or lisa.dub-
bert@unitedwayottawacounty.org. Dead-
line to participate is Thursday, Nov. 21.
The Salvation Army’s Ottawa Coun-
ty Unit kicked off the 2013 Red Kettle
Campaign last Friday with a breakfast at
Catawba Island Club. Northwest Ohio
Salvation Army Captain Tawny Cowen-
Zanders announced the Campaign Goal
would be $64,000 this year.
The Salvation Army needs volunteers to
help ring the bell during the campaign,
which will run from Nov. 18 through
Dec. 24. Two hours of bell ringing is
equivalent to donating $101.03. The Sal-
vation Army depends on local residents,
organizations and businesses to Adopt-
a-Kettle at their various locations during
the holiday season.
All proceeds from the Red Kettle cam-
paign are used directly to serve the needs
of Ottawa County with rent/mortgage
assistance, utility payments, security
deposits, food, prescription medicine,
clothing, and emergency shelter. The
Salvation Army also provides 37 local
children the opportunity to attend a cost
free, weeklong summer camp at Camp
NEOSA, school supplies through their
Tools for School program and Christmas
gifts through the Toy program, which is
partnered with Toys for Tots and The Ot-
tawa County Holiday Bureau.
If you are interested in participating in
this year’s campaign, contact Maureen
Saponari at 419-732-ARMY (2769).
Salvation Army launches
Red Kettle Campaign
At the Red Kettle Campaign kickoff (l-r): Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Levorchik,
Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone, Ottawa County Salvation Army Director Maureen
Saponari, and Capt. Tawny Cowen-Zanders, Area Coordinator-The Salvation Army of
Northwest Ohio. Photo by John Schaffner.
‘Giving Tuesday’ with
United Way of Ottawa County
Ohio veterans who served during the
time of the Persian Gulf War have until
Dec. 31, 2013, to apply for the Ohio Vet-
erans Bonus and receive the thank you for
their service awarded them by Ohio’s citi-
zens.
The Ohio Veterans Bonus continues for
veterans of the Iraq War, who have until
Dec. 31, 2014, to apply. No deadline has
been announced for veterans of the Af-
ghanistan War and all veterans who served
after Oct. 7, 2001.
“I personally urge any eligible veteran,
particularly those who served during the
Persian Gulf War, to apply for the Bonus
immediately. It’s a very personal thanks to
every one of our veterans who served dur-
ing our recent wars from all the people of
our great state,” Ohio Department of Vet-
erans Services Director Tim Gorrell said.
“To everyone in our veterans’ community,
please reach out to these veterans and
make sure they’re aware. And if anyone has
a friend or a family member who served,
let them know.”
The Bonus is not subject to federal or
state taxes, and can be used for any pur-
pose.
To date, almost $59 million has been paid
to over 70,000 veterans and family mem-
bers.
Ohio voters approved the Ohio Veter-
ans Bonus by an overwhelming margin
in Nov., 2009, to be awarded to veterans
of the Armed Forces and military service
members who served during the periods
of the Persian Gulf War and the wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan.
The specific criteria are below:
• Military service of more than 90 days
active duty, not for training, anywhere in
the world during the following periods:
o August 2, 1990 through March 3, 1991
– Persian Gulf; deadline to apply is De-
cember 31, 2013
o October 7, 2001 through a date to be
determined by the President – Afghanistan
o March 19, 2003 through December 31,
2011 – Iraq; deadline to apply is December
31, 2014
• Eligible veterans and military service
members must have been Ohio residents
at the time of their entry into the military,
and must be Ohio residents at the time
they apply.
The bonus pays $100 a month to veter-
ans who served in the Persian Gulf theater,
or in the countries of Afghanistan or Iraq,
up to a maximum of $1,000. For veterans
who served elsewhere, the payment is $50
a month up to a $500 maximum. Veter-
ans medically discharged due to injuries
sustained in combat can receive $1,000,
plus up to $500 for months of service else-
where. Family members of those killed in
action or who died from disease as a re-
sult of their in-theater service can receive a
bonus of $5,000 plus whatever the service
member was eligible for, up to a total of
$6,500.
For more information or to apply, visit
the Ottawa County Veterans Service Office
at 8444 W State Route 163, Oak Harbor,
Ohio 43449 or call 419.898.2089.
The Ohio Veterans Bonus continues a
tradition of bonuses to reward Ohio veter-
ans that dates back to the Civil War. Those
other war bonuses are now closed.
Ohio Veterans Bonus deadline
near for Gulf War Era Veterans
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BY DONNA LUEKE
75% of those that
come before Ottawa
County Probate Court
Judge Bruce Winters
for a criminal offense
test positive for drugs.
A majority of those
test positive for opi-
ates, most often pre-
scription drugs. Opi-
ate addiction has quadrupled in 15 years, and
Ottawa County is no exception. According
to Winters, the problem is county-wide and
crosses all social and economic classes.
The problem of opiate addiction
The problem of opiate addiction often be-
gins with a prescription from an emergency
room, dentist, family doctor or pain man-
agement clinic, and can escalate to an addic-
tion that costs up to $200 a day. This causes
a great deal of collateral social and economic
damage, according to Winters, and at times
results in the person switching to heroin as a
cheaper alternative to avoid being “dope sick”
from withdrawal.
The role of the courts
3,000 drug tests per year are being admin-
istered in Ottawa County. The Court orders
drug tests when a person enters the court sys-
tem and random drug tests for those on pro-
bation. For those who test positive for drugs,
a short-term stay in the Ottawa County Jail is
the first step.
The next step, if there is a positive drug test
while the person is on probation, is the In-
tensive Outpatient Program (IOP), a 16 week
treatment plan of three hours of classes three
days a week and regular consultation with a
mental health professional. “This seems to be
working significantly better than the locked-
in treatment program,” says Winters.
If an addict chooses not to help themselves
and follow the IOP program, a Department
of Corrections prison is the next step. “The
recidivism rate for those sent to prison is
95%,” according to Winters.
Drug Court
On Nov. 7, Ottawa County began a new ini-
tiative, a Drug Court. The Court is for high-
risk, high-need offenders. An individual can
ask for Drug Court or be nominated by a
family member or by their attorney. Those
with a drug or an alcohol addiction can ap-
ply. Each Thursday, there is a sit-down with
probation officer, treatment officer and drug
court co-ordinator to address progress and
short-comings.
The Drug Court program is 66 weeks long,
the minimum requirement set by the Ohio
Supreme Court for a step-down program,
based on research that 18 months of treat-
ment is required for a person to stay clean
and sober.
Judge Winters explained the elements of
the first sixteen weeks of the Drug Court
program:
• Enrollment in the I.O.P. program
• Drug tests three times a week
• AA meetings three times a week
• Meeting with probation officer three
times a week
• Community service
• Work on a G.E.D. degree or equivalent
if indicated
• Show that prescribed medication is be-
ing taken
• Establish a stable home environment
• A program with a mental health profes-
sional if indicated
“The best chance for recovery is when the
person has family support,” emphasized
Winters.
Quest for Clean and Sober Living
Winters has identified another need--a
clean and sober living environment for the
recovering addict. There are no such places
in Ottawa County. He envisions a Clean and
Sober Living House that is peer-monitored,
not court-mandated, with a salaried house
manager. The objectives of the Clean and So-
ber Living House would be sobriety, mental
health, physical health and spiritual health.
Since the Clean and Sober Living House
would include what Winters sees as a key ele-
ment, that of spiritual health, it would need
to be funded by private individuals, busi-
nesses and civic organizations. He sees it as a
natural mission for Ottawa County churches.
The first step in setting up a Clean and So-
ber Living House is to establish a committee
of six or more people willing to make a year-
long commitment to find the funding and set
up a Board for the House.
To help
Those who are interested in more informa-
tion about the Clean and Sober Living Ini-
tiative, and those interested in having Judge
Winters speak to their organization about the
Initiative, call 419.734.6790 or email bruce-
winters@hotmail.com.
Judge Winters addresses drug
problems in Ottawa County
BY JASMINE CUPP
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m. the Port
Clinton Chamber of Commerce held a rib-
bon cutting for Goodwill Industries Day
Habilitation facility located at 205 SE Ca-
tawba Rd. The Day Habilitation programs
are offered in Erie and Ottawa counties for
people with disabilities to work in a closely
supervised environment. Workers sort
donations (such as baseball cards, jewelry
and toys) and bag or organize to sell in the
Goodwill stores. Workers also scan donat-
ed books and enter them into a computer
database so the books can be sold on Ama-
zon or Half.com.
“It’s a great work environment,” said
Goodwill CEO Eric Kochendoerfer. “We
are very excited for this location to open.”
All of the donations are sold, cleaned, re-
used or recycled. Even if shirts are torn or
have holes and cannot be sold in the store,
they are shredded and used as rags for
cleaning. Books that have been donated
that cannot be sold are shredded and re-
cycled. This program is a minimal waste
program and is green friendly.
“Ninety five cents to every dollar goes
back into the industries and back into
programs like this. It happens because of
the generosity of the communities that we
serve,” said Kochendoerfer.
For more information on Goodwill In-
dustries or the Day Habilitation program
contact the local main office in Sandusky
at 419-625-4744 or visit www.goodwill-
sandusky.org.
Day Habilitation Program Ribbon
Cutting at Port Clinton Goodwill
With the continued support of the com-
munity, third graders at Bataan Elemen-
tary participated in oral health education
provided by the Dental Center of North-
west Ohio on Oct. 30. Each child received
an apple, generously donated by Bergman
Orchard as well as a toothbrush kit assem-
bled by the special education class at Port
Clinton High School.
Smile Express, the Dental Center’s of-
fice on wheels, visits Bataan Elementary
routinely and the Sutton center monthly.
The mobile office provides a full range of
dental services to persons of all ages with
income at or below the 300% of the federal
poverty guidelines.
The Dental Center accepts Medicaid
and Medicaid HMOs, including most pri-
vate dental insurances. Reduced fees are
available for people without dental insur-
ance. Uninsured children can be seen for
$25 per appointment. Appointments can
be made for the Smile Express by calling
1.866.378.6965. Agencies and schools can
request additional locations by contacting
the Dental Center.
Dental care remains the largest unmet
health care need for Ohio’s citizens regard-
less of race or ethnicity. The downturn of
the economy, with lost jobs and lost ben-
efits, has made the Dental Center a viable
option for many families who would oth-
erwise go without professional dental care.
Currently, Smile Express is making healthy
smiles happen in ten counties of North-
west Ohio.
Established in 1910 by a group of Toledo
dentists, the Dental Center of Northwest
Ohio takes pride in providing quality den-
tal care and a dental home for people of
all ages with limited incomes. The Den-
tal Center is a not-for-profit agency with
a mission that promotes and provides
oral health services to the underserved in
Northwest Ohio.
For information on the Dental Center of
NW Ohio, www.dentalcenternwo.org.
Smile Express comes to Ottawa County
Ottawa County Health Department 2013
Awards of Merit in Environmental Health
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Since 1983, the Ottawa County Board of Health has presented
Awards of Merit to those licensed operations in Ottawa County
which have maintained a high degree of sanitation and safety.
This annual award signifies a high level of concern by the oper-
ators, not just for meeting the rules and regulations, but in pro-
viding an operation that exceeds the minimum requirements.
The awards program, unique to the state, has developed into
“healthy” competition among the operators and has proven to
be beneficial not only to the health department, but to the resi-
dents and visitors to Ottawa County.
At the October 8, 2013 Ottawa County Board of Health Meet-
ing, Ken Sharkey, Director of Environmental Health/Deputy
Health Commissioner and Pete Spieldenner, Ottawa County
Board of Health President, presented an Award of Merit to the
following operations:
• Food Service Operation-Full Menu – Otterbein North
Shore Retirement Community
9400 N. Shore Blvd., Marblehead, OH
Accepting the award Sharon Dell and Judy Wheeler
• Food Service Operation-Limited Menu – Chippewa Golf
Course
23550 State Route 579, Curtice, OH
Accepting the award John Harmon
• Swimming Pool – Fairway Villas at CIC Homeowners
Association
2675 Canterbury Circle, Port Clinton, OH
Accepting the award Earl Ley
• Large Campground – East Harbor State Park
1169 N. Buck Rd., Marblehead, OH
Not present to accept award – Mike Monnett, Park Man-
ager
• Small Campground – Dani-Donn’s Bayside Resort, Inc.
7420 E. Bayshore Rd., Marblehead, OH
Not present to accept award – Richard Gray
Nov. 14-24
Humane Society of
Ottawa County Poinsettia
Sale
WHAT: 3 different sizes, 4
colors white, red, pink and
marble
WHEN: Pick up December 7
WHERE: Humane Society of
Ottawa Co. Shelter House
INFO: 419-734-5191
Thursday Nov. 14
The United Methodist
Women Spaghetti Dinner
WHAT: Spaghetti, salad,
garlic bread, dessert &
beverage. Dine in or carry out.
WHEN: 5 p.m. until sold out
WHERE: United Methodist
Church, 360 E. Ottawa St.,
Oak Harbor
COST: Adult $7, child $4
Magruder Hospital
monthly Cholesterol,
Blood Pressure and
Glucose screening
WHEN: Appointments
starting at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital,
PC
COST: $16
INFO: 419-734-3131 ext
3420
Men’s Rec. Basketball
Meeting
WHAT: Discussion on league
fees, start date, game times
and other questions
WHEN: 6 p.m.
WHERE: Port Clinton City
Hall
INFO: 419-734-5522 ext 6
Chronic Pain Support
Group
WHEN: 6 p.m. second
Thursday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
INFO: 419-271-3915
Diabetic Support Group
WHEN: Noon–1 p.m., second
Thursday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
INFO: 419-734-3131 ext.
3544
Health Screening
WHAT: Cholesterol (Total/
LDL/HDL/Triglycerides),
blood pressure and glucose
screening.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital,
Port Clinton
WHEN: 1 p.m., second
Thursday of each month
COST: $16
INFO: For appointments, call
419-734-3131, ext. 3420.
www.magruderhospital.com
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by another’s
drinking
WHEN: 8 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: Trinity United
Methodist Church, 135
Adams St. Port Clinton
Art Class
WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: Danbury Senior
Center, Marblehead
COST: $10 per class
INFO: Call Lori at 419-798-
0608.
Open Public Shooting
WHAT: Shooters, including
new shooters, are invited 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
Strength Training
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
Nov 15 & 16
Evening Blue Goose Bus
Tours
WHAT: Join a ranger and
access closed roads
WHEN: 5-7 p.m.
WHERE: Ottawa National
Wildlife Refuge, 14000 W SR
2, Oak Harbor
INFO: 419-898-0014 or fws.
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Nov. 15-17
A Dicken’s Christmas
Carol
WHAT: Adaptation of classic
tale by Mark London Smith,
high comedy
WHEN: Fri & Sat 8 p.m. Sun
2 p.m.
WHERE: Playmaker’s Civic
Theatre, 604 Sixth St., PC
COST: $15
INFO: 419-734-5044 or
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Friday Nov. 15
Evening at the Races
WHAT: Kiwanis Club of
Port Clinton, appetizers and
betting opportunities
WHEN: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Lock, Dock & Barrel,
Buckeye Blvd., PC
COST: $25
INFO: Tickets can be
purchased at Kiwanian
locations and Beacon office
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
Saturday Nov. 16
PC Athletic Boosters
Reverse Raffle
WHAT: Grand prize $7500,
rib and chicken dinner
WHERE: PC Elk’s Lodge,
Buckeye Blvd., PC
COST: $100 ticket, $20
additional dinner ticket
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John 419-732-8826
Riverview Holiday Craft
Show
WHAT: Home for the
Holidays crafts, lunch with
Santa, story time
WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
WHERE: Riverview Health
Care Campus, Oak Harbor
Sunday Nov. 17
Auto Tour
WHAT: Drive through 7 miles
of refuge that’s normally
closed
WHEN: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
WHERE: Ottawa National
Wildlife Refuge, 14000 W SR
2, Oak Harbor
INFO: 419-898-0014 or fws.
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Monday Nov. 18
Challenge Bowling Match
WHAT: Island Safe Harbor
Animal Sanctuary and the
Danbury Police Dept
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: 20th Century Lanes,
Oak Harbor
Yoga
WHEN: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Mondays
WHERE: Danbury Schools
library, Marblehead
COST: $8 per class
INFO: 419-798-5195 or
www.danbury.k12.oh.us.
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for
those affected by another’s
drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Monday
WHERE: St. Thomas
Episcopal Church, 214 E.
Second St., Port Clinton
Sisters in Sobriety
WHAT: Sisters in Sobriety,
a women’s AA meeting,
babysitter provided
WHEN: 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Sutton Center, 1854
E. Perry, Port Clinton
Tuesday Nov. 19
Ottawa County
Genealogical Society
WHAT: Speaker Derek Davey
“Breaking Brick Walls A-Z”
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Ida Rupp Library, PC
INFO: 419-732-3212
Open Public Shooting
WHAT: Shooters, including
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shooting.
WHEN: 5:30-8 pm, Tuesday
and Thursday evenings
WHERE: Camp Perry Training
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COST: $5/adult, $2/junior
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WHAT: Pilates with Laura
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WHEN: 9 a.m. Tuesdays
WHERE: The Ballet School,
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COST: $5
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Strength Training
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.,
every Tuesday and Thursday
WHERE: Magruder
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COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every Tuesday
WHERE: Catawba
Community Hall, 3307 NW
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Yoga
WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
COST: $8 per class for the
whole month or $10 per class
INFO: 419-635-2337
Wed Nov. 20
Marblehead Lighthouse
Historical Society
Meeting
WHAT: All are welcome
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Otterbein North
Shore Retirement Center
Activity Room, Marblehead
Fall Chicken Dinner
WHAT: Half chicken, mashed
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applesauce, slaw, pie
WHERE: St. Paul Lutheran
Church, Church Rd., Danbury
WHEN: 4-6:30 p.m. dine in
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COST: $9
INFO: 419-734-1662
Ottawa County Safety
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WHEN: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, PC
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419-898-6242
Mental Illness Anxiety &
Depression Peer to Peer
Support Group
WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m., third
Wednesday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center, Port
Clinton
INFO: 419-732-6264
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and special guests.
WHEN: Wednesdays, 7-10
p.m.
WHERE: Slater's Madison
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Port Clinton
INFO: 419-732-2030
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WHEN: 4:30 p.m. every
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WHERE: Danbury Senior
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WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every
Wednesday
WHERE: Oak Harbor Library,
147 W. Main St.
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The 68th Danbury Laker annual football banquet was
held at the Marblehead Post 7572 on Saturday evening,
Nov. 9. Commander Robert Peroni welcomed the team,
their guests and coaches, their support staff, school-board
member John Paul Dress and Principal Mike Cole.
The Blessing was given by Lu Hamit and dinner fol-
lowed.
After dinner Danbury Athletic Director, Drew Davie,
commended the coaches and players for the strides for-
ward they have made as a team. Mr. Davie also thanked
the veterans for their services and sacrifices made.
Head coach Bryan Dudash also thanked the veterans
for their service. He told of
the scoring record that was
set by the team in their first
game this year against Open
Door Christian School of
Elyria, as Danbury scored
a record 63 points. He also
mentioned that the five
seniors on this team were
also on the team when they
only had 11 members and
almost lost the football pro-
gram three years ago. Their
perseverance and dedica-
tion saved the program
and players are very excited
about the future. Coach
Dudash also mentioned
that Jon McClellan has
joined the U. S. Marines.
Commander Peroni and
Mr. Hamit presented senior
football pictures that were
taken by John Kozak to
Cody German, Jim Cham-
berlin, Jon McClellan, Tyler
Dray and Cooper Eller.
Trophies were then pre-
sented to Cody German
for outstanding Back, Jon
McClellan for outstanding
Lineman and the Sports-
manship trophy to Tyler
Dray.
Commander Peroni commended John Kosa for his
many years of community service and Mary Ann Monak
for her many years of dedicated publicity work. He also
mentioned the long-standing state record of an 83-yard
pass by member Dan Monak, who also had a 104 yard in-
terception return in 1951.
Dinner was provided by Grandma’s Backyard BBQ and
served by the Mens and Womens Auxiliary under the di-
rection of President Deb Garrard.
Benediction by Lu Hamit closed the banquet.

68th Marblehead VFW-Danbury Football Banquet
Jonathon McClellan, Top Lineman, Tyler Dray, Sportsmanship award and Top Back, Cody
German. Pictured along with the award winners are Bob Peroni, Marblehead VFW Post
Commander and Danbury head football coach, Bryan Dudash.
BY YANEEK SMITH
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an
end, and sadly Oak Harbor found that out Tuesday
night as Gates Mills Hawken defeated the Rockets,
4-1, in a Division III State Semifinal at Cedar Point
Stadium in Sandusky.
Throughout much of the match, the Hawks (16-1-
5) utilized their speed and were able to consistently
push the ball into the Oak Harbor zone, scoring two
goals in each half to take a 2-0 before the Rockets
Oak Harbor’s
run ends in the
state semifinal
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rallied to cut the deficit in half on a goal by Alexa Weis
with 12:10 remaining in the first half.
In the second frame, Hawken scored twice, at 32:29 and
19:30, to put the match away. Oak Harbor (19-2-1) had
two chances to tie it early in the second half, but Amanda
Hetrick’s free kick from about 50 feet out was grabbed
by the goalkeeper and Emma Barney’s straightaway shot
from roughly 35 feet away sailed just over the crossbar.
From that point forward, the Hawks were able to move
the ball and got off a number of shots. Had it not been for
the play of goalkeeper Ivy Martin and an opportunistic
defense, Hawken could’ve easily scored 7-8 goals.
The Hawks, who lost in the state semifinal last year, will
play the winner of Hamilton Badin High and Middletown
Bishop Fenwick.
“(Hawken) was faster than us,” Oak Harbor head coach
Renee Goldstein said. “They won the 50-50 balls (and) I
think our girls played a little conservative.
It’s disappointing (to lose), but I’m proud
of the girls. How can you not be proud? We
had a great season and we (were) the last
public school in the tournament.”
It was the best season for a program, now
in its 11th season, that has been incredibly
dominant. Winners of six consecutive San-
dusky Bay Conference titles, the Rockets
had made it to the district final in five of the
last 10 years before finally getting over the
hump with a 5-0 victory over Woodmore
on Oct. 26.
“All season, our goal was to make it to the
state final after losing in the state semifi-
nal last season,” said Hawken head coach
Stan Shulman. “We knew Oak Harbor was
very good offensively and we felt that if we
could limit them (on that end), we’d be
able to score some goals. But their goalie
was amazing, she’s a very nice player. They’re a very young
team and they will do well (in the future).”
Sadly, this was the final game for three seniors, Hetrick,
Hannah Hess and Nikki Weis, three girls that have been
instrumental in helping to lift the team to new heights.
“One of our goals was to get past districts because (the
program) had never gotten this far,” said Barney, who as-
sisted on Weis goal and was named the SBC Player of the
Year for her efforts this season. “We have a lot of mixed
emotions right now, but we’re very happy with what we
did. This was a really good season and we should be proud
of this.”
It was a special experience for the Benton-Carroll-Salem
community, one that has seen few teams advance this far
in tournament play before. Oak Harbor has never had a
team win a state championship, though the wrestling pro-
gram has two second-place finishes (2008, ‘10), the boys
basketball team was the runner up in 1983 and the foot-
ball team advanced to the Final Four twice in ‘99 and ‘06.
As they have throughout the tournament, the fans came
out to support their Rockets.
“Our parents have been there along the way,” said Gold-
stein. “The community has been great — people were very
supportive and had so many signs made. And I have some
girls that played for me before that are here. I think we
represented the community well. It’s great to be from a
small town because this is what you get (from people).”
On the bright side, with all but three players returning to
the team next year, the future looks quite promising.
“I’m ready for everything good that will come our way,”
Barney said.
ROCKETS from 2B
BY YANEEK SMITH
Tate Haar was the best player on one of the
area’s best teams this year, and for his efforts, he
was named the Sandusky Bay Conference’s Play-
er of the Year.
This year was a dream season for the Oak Har-
bor Rockets, and Haar was instrumental in lead-
ing the Rockets to their third league title in six
years, a sectional championship, an undefeated
regular season and a 16-1-1 record.
Unfortunately, Oak Harbor’s dream season
ended prematurely in the Division II District
Semifinals with a 2-1 loss in overtime to Maumee
(12-6-1), a team that featured Michigan State re-
cruit Alex Wagner. Wagner scored both goals in
the defeat of the Rockets. (As for the Panthers,
they advanced to the regional semifinals, losing,
1-0, in double overtime to St. Mary’s Memorial.)
After earning all-league and all-district honors
last season, Haar was even better this year, scor-
ing 16 goals and setting a single-season team
record with 28 assists. He was instrumental in
helping lead his team to a 15-0-1 regular season
mark, one that saw Oak Harbor storm through
the conference and dominate its opponents.
Both forwards, junior Andy Burnette (26 goals,
six assists) and senior Connor Eli (23 goals, 16
assists), combined for 49 goals, providing close
to half of the team’s scoring. Their ability to
work well with Haar, who moved from forward
to midfielder before last season to help the team,
was the key to creating such a potent offense.
For his efforts, Haar, along with teammate
Brandon Schimming, earned first-team North
Central Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Asso-
ciation (NCOSSCA) honors. Burnette and Tyler
Sievert were named to the second team and Eli
and Tim Poiry were recognized with honorable-
mention status.
“We wanted to win the league title and I think
we had a pretty good idea that we could do it,”
Haar said. “It was one game at a time getting
through the tournament and unfortunately, we
didn’t get to go where we wanted, but it was still
a good season.”
Haar also spoke about the team’s impeccable
chemistry, something that was vital in helping to
the Rockets’ success.
“As a team, you have to be close if you want to
win big games and our team got really close,” he
said. “There was nobody on the team that got
away from each other. We all stay close, and that’s
what keeps a team together.
It’s a great accomplishment,” Haar said. “We
finished with the best record in Oak Harbor His-
tory and tied the most wins in school history.
BY DONNA LUEKE
On Saturday in Cincinnati, the
Port Clinton boys U10 soccer team
played in the Ohio area state tour-
nament in Cincinnati. The score
after double overtime was Fairfield
1, Port Clinton 1. The teams then
went to a shoot-out that Fairfield
won. The Port Clinton team lost,
and it won. It lost the game to
number one seeded Fairfield and it
won enriching experiences and les-
sons. During regulation play, a Port
Clinton goal was disallowed on a
controversial off-sides call. In the
shoot-out, there was
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call.
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controversy. After the
game sponsor Dana
Stahl provided a pizza dinner for
the team. Then the boys were read
a letter from Port Clinton Redskin
head soccer coach Paco Romero
congratulating them on making it
to state, followed by the presenta-
tion of a Port Clinton Redskin soc-
cer jersey for each player.
These future Redskins came away
with the experience of a memora-
ble season, a memorable weekend
in Cincinnati, Redskin jerseys, and
memorable soccer and life lessons.
Soccer team loses, and
wins, at state tournament
Oak Harbor’s Tate Haar
named SBC Player of the Year
Allen Township
11-5-13 Daryl Elwing et al to Tara L. and William G.
Dougherty, 4091 North Opfer-Lentz Road, $95,000.
11-7-13 John J. Momenee to Amanda M. Villarreal,
21180 West Toledo Street, $92,400.
Bay Township
11-5-13 Pat A. Kurtz to Richard L. and Kristy L. Clow,
1515 West Fremont Road, $113,500.
11-8-13 Carl V. Wunderie to Theodore J. and Mary J. Re-
vard, 3025 West Wayne Street, $110,000.
Catawba Township
11-7-13 Mark C. and Ginger Timney to Mary Ann Mel-
vin, 1633 North Windward, $164,000.
11-7-13 William M. Igo to Albert J. and Deborah L.
Benevento, 4685 Schoolhouse Road, $152,000.
11-8-13 Richard E. and Evelyn Johnson to Zsolt I. and
Audrey C. Veress, 4571 East Island Pines Drive, $325,000.
11-8-13 Jeffrey R. and Erin R. Baker to Richard A. and
Heidi J. Roland, 4531 Linda Drive, $185,000.
Danbury Township
11-4-13 William J. and Susan L. Wervey to Rodney D.
and Jennifer L. Armstrong, 1510 North Buck Road #57,
$75,400.
11-4-13 Safe Harbor Development LTD to David P. and
Ann Zielinski, 5686 State Route 163, Unit B2, $80,300.
11-5-13 Steven Kent and Susan James to Claudine A.
Robertson, 702 East Third Street, $6,500.
11-6-13 Allan L. and Mary Lou Shrock to Russell N. Jr.
and Linda M. Merckens, 286 North Gravel Bar, $110,000.
11-7-13 H. Michael and Caryl S. Miller to James W. and
Kimberly A. Watroba, 2061 South Bailiwick, $235,000.
11-7-13 Connie B. Harris to Christopher M. and Debra
S. Clemons, 349 Lighthouse Oval, $165,000.
11-7-13 Douglas G. and Elaine M. Wojtowicz to H.
Thomas Jr. and Kelly C. Griffing, 1860 South Anna Drive,
$214,000.
11-8-13 Robert and Debra A. Holmes to Carlton R. and
Lisa Ellyn Park Boush, 211 Hidden Beach Road, $83,000.
Elmore Corp.
11-5-13 Andrew J. and Toni Sturniolo to Daniel A. and
Ashley R. DeVito, 590 Bradford Court, $200,000.
Erie Township
11-8-13 Leonard L. Kopowski to Joseph C. and Carolyn
Gregory, 1933-C Yacht Port Beach, $212,500.
Genoa Corp.
11-8-13 Rita Louise Fuller et al to Tom Wojo LLC, 201
4th Street, $27,000.
Harris Township
11-6-13 Giesler, Edna O. to William R. and Barbara S.
Schwartz, West Portage River South, vacant land $400,000.
Marblehead Corp
11-4-13 Nicholas Bradlee to John R. and Joyce W. De-
Long, 810 East Main Street, $299,900.
11-4-13 Bay Point Acquisition LLC to Karen C. Viau, 138
Bay Breeze Drive, $314,900.
11-7-13 Christopher M. and Debra Clemons to Chris-
topher J. and Allison C. Thompson, 505 Stone Street,
$283,000.
11-8-13 Surf Motel LTD to Surf Campground LLC, 238-
242 East Main Street, $810,000.
Port Clinton Corp.
11-6-13 Lila L. Ford to Mark A. Burkholder Jr. and Jamie
L. Burkholder, 507 West Fifth Street, $28,000.
11-7-13 Aaron T. Moore to Jessica L. Hendrix, 631 Mon-
roe Street, $85,000.
Portage Township
11-7-13 Winkoe LLC to William and Nora Gallagher,
4125 East Kirk Road #213, $32,500.
Put In Bay Village School
11-5-13 Julian J. and Jean R. Oleniacz to Todd P. Thana-
siu, Lots 8&9 Wildwood, vacant land, $80,000.
Salem Township
11-5-13 Brian Paul Priebe to Harry J.J. Yancey, Mulinax
Road, vacant land $2,000.
Sand Beach
11-8-13 Philip Deluca to Norman W. and Eleanor J.
Bunte, 8420 Sand Beach, $3,250.
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Real Estate Transfers
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of their revenue, raising
over $2300 for the Su-
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breast cancer research.
The first prize winner of
the Aveda gift basket was
Connie Focht; the winner
of a massage with Aveda
Massage Oil was Donna
Lueke; and the winner of
the manicure-pedicure
with Aveda Foot Relief
was Cathy Gibbons.
Natural Wave raises $2300
for breast cancer research
Natural Wave’s owner Laura
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Connie Focht
Leonard Partin, Broker/Owner
Jack Bradley Realty, was recently
recognized by the members of the
Ohio House of Representatives for
achieving Emeritus Status for forty
years of service as a local Realtor®
from the National Association of
REALTORS®.
Throughout his distinguished
service in the field of real estate,
Partin has demonstrated an un-
wavering dedication to performing
his duties and fulfilling his respon-
sibilities with the utmost efficiency
and competence.
Partin was presented with this
special recognition on Oct. 19 by
Representative Chris Redfern.
Photo: Leonard Partin presented
Emeritus Status award by Rep.
Chris Redern.
Partin recognized by Ohio
House of Representatives
LEGAL AD/
NOTIFICATION
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS OF OTTAWA COUNTY,
OHIO, ELIZABETH P. EDENS, et al,
Plaintiffs, v. S.A. BOWMAN, et al,
Defendants. Case No. 13-CV-400H,
Judge Bruce Winters, NOTICE
OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
ATTENTION an Order serving S.A.
Bowman, the unknown spouse,
next of kin, heirs, legatees, and
devises of S.A. Bowman; Harry
Lum, the unknown spouse, next
of kin, heirs, legatees, and devises
of Harry Lum; L.W. Byington, the
unknown spouse, next of kin,
heirs, legatees, and devises of
L.W. Byington; Nelson C. Ely, the
unknown spouse, next of kin, heirs,
legatees, and devises of Nelson C.
Ely; John C. Kanney, the unknown
spouse, next of kin, heirs, legatees,
and devises of John C. Kanney;
John W. Loree, and the unknown
spouse, next of kin, heirs, legatees,
and devises of John W. Loree: A
Complaint, Case No.13CV400H,
has been filed in the Ottawa
County Court of Common
Pleas, 315 Madison Street, Port
Clinton, Ohio 43452, by Elizabeth
P. Edens, Harold H. Edens, and
Laura Stinchcomb, to quiet title
to parcels of land described as
Parcel One and Parcel Two (more
fully described below). Plaintiffs
are requesting that the Court find
the Plaintiffs have fee simple title
to the parcels described below.
The above parties are required to
answer the above action within
twenty-eight (28) days after the
last publication, which shall be
published once a week for six (6)
consecutive weeks. PARCEL ONE:
Known as and being Lot 2, parts
of Lots 4 and 10 and a part of
the Boulevard of W.H. Wright’s
Subdivision as recorded in Ottawa
County Plat Volume 4 at Page 4-A,
Section 1, Lot 10, Firelands Survey,
Danbury Township, Ottawa County,
Ohio and being more particularly
described as follows: Commencing
at a point marking the Southwest
corner of Lot 10, Block 2, W.H.
Wright’s Subdivision, Section 1,
Lot 10, Firelands Survey, Danbury
Township, Ottawa County, Ohio
and also being the point and place
of beginning of the parcel herein
described: Thence proceeding
North 00 degrees 00 minutes
00 seconds East in the West line
of said Lot 10, 20.00 feet to a
point in the South line of a parcel
now or formerly owned by Keith
and Kathleen Joy as described in
Ottawa County Deed Volume 366
at Page 774; Thence proceeding
North 89 degrees 23 minutes 20
seconds East in the North line of
the previously mentioned parcel,
40.19 feet to a point in the West
line of Lot 2 extended southerly;
Thence proceeding North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds
East in the northerly extension of
the West line of said Lot 2, 125.31
feet to a point on the back of an
existing concrete curb; Thence
proceeding South 88 degrees 30
minutes 15 seconds East along
the back of an existing concrete
curb, 40.20 feet to a point in the
northerly extension of the East line
of said Lot 2; Thence proceeding
South 00 degrees 00 minutes 00
seconds West in the southerly
extension of the East line of said
Lot 2. 143.83 feet to a point in
the South line of Lot 4; Thence
proceeding South 89 degrees 23
minutes 33 seconds West in the
South line of said Lot 4 and Lot
10, 80.38 feet to the point and
place of beginning. Said parcel
contains 0.152 acres, but is subject
to all legal highways and easement
of record. The above legal
description was prepared by Allan
W. Weirich, Professional Surveyor
#7427, and is based on the
assumption that the East line of
Block 2, W.H. Wright’s Subdivision,
Section 1, Lot 10, Firelands
Survey, Danbury Township, Ottawa
County, Ohio bears North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds
East and is also based on survey
data gathered February, 2010
and written July, 2012. PARCEL
TWO: Known as and being Lot 1
and part of Lot 4 and a part of
the Boulevard of W.H. Wright’s
Subdivision as recorded in Ottawa
County Plat Volume 4 at Page
4-A, Section 1, Lot 10, Firelands
Survey, Danbury Township, Ottawa
county, Ohio and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing al a point marking
the Southeast corner of Lot 4,
Block 2, W. H. Wright’s Subdivision,
Section 1, Lot 10, Firelands Survey,
Danbury Township, Ottawa County,
Ohio and also being the point
and place of beginning of the
parcel herein described: Thence
proceeding South 89 degrees 23
minutes 33 seconds West in the
South line of said Lot 4, 40.19
feet to a point in the southerly
extension of the West line of said
Lot 1; Thence proceeding North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds
East in the northerly extension of
the West line of said Lot 1, 143.83
feet to a point on the back of an
existing concrete curb; Thence
proceeding South 88 degrees 30
minutes 19 seconds East along the
back of an existing concrete curb,
1.98 feet to a point of curvature of
the existing concrete curb; Thence
proceeding curving concrete curb,
said arc to the right conforming
to the following data: Della =
69°51’25” Radius = 40.00 feet
and having a chord bearing South
56 degrees 32 minutes 02 seconds
East, 45.80 feet, an arc distance
of 48. 77 feet to a point in the
northerly extension of the East line
of said Lot 1; Thence proceeding
South 00 degrees 00 minutes
00 seconds West in the northerly
extension of the East line of said
Lot 1, 118.10 feet to a point and
place of beginning. Said parcel
contains 0.126 acres, but is subject
to all legal highways and easement
of record. The above legal
description was prepared by Allan
W. Weirich, Professional Surveyor
#7427, and is based on the
assumption that the East line of
Block 2, W.H. Wright’s Subdivision,
Section 1, Lot 10, Firelands
Survey, Danbury Township, Ottawa
County, Ohio bears North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds
East and is also based on survey
data gathered February, 2010
and written July, 2012. Richard
R. Gillum (0070227), Kocher &
Gillum, 101 ½ Madison Street,
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452, Tel: 419-
732-3135, Fax: 419-734-5644,
rich@kochergillum.com
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CONDO
FOR RENT
Condo For Rent, 109 A Center
St., Marblehead Ohio, 2
bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, garage,
deck, appliances. $695.00 per
month, call 614-402-1336 for
appointment. Sorry No Pets
Lake View Condo, 1 bedroom,
furnished, all utilities included.
Nov - Feb, $850.00 Call 419-
367-3407
APARTMENT
FOR RENT
Cozy in town - 1 Bedroom
Apartment with living room,
kitchenette, appliances, &
utilities included. $450.00
month. No Pets / Smoke call
419 261-1394
LAKE FRONT
HOME FOR RENT
Furnished 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath.
Washer, Dryer, Utilities & Boat
Dock. Marblehead (Water view).
Available September 15th, Rent
Negotiable. 423 223-5865
HOME
FOR RENT
Year Round House, 3 Bedroom, 2
Full Bath. $750.00 Plus Security
Deposit. Call 419-541-7013
COTTAGE
FOR RENT
Year-round rental in Marblehead
Furnished efficiency cottage
with sleeping loft and patio in
Marblehead. Near restaurants,
churches, shops, Lakeside,
James Park. Cable, water,
trash removal included. $500/
month plus electric plus deposit.
No smoking, no pets. Call
419.341.4110
MISCELLANEOUS/
MISC.FOR SALE
Ceramic X-Mas Display, 43
Village Bldgs & 10 Accessory
Bldgs, Also 120 Figurine
People, Priced To Sell As Unit Or
Individual. Call 419-898-3655
Amana Refrigerator For Sale,
Perfect Condition. Call 419-732-
3489
Glass Bottle Collection, Call 419-
734-4217
PIANO
LESSONS
Piano Lessons, Scheduling Now.
“Your Hometown Piano Teacher
For Over 38 Years” Call Marilyn
Pinks @ 419-732-3060
STORAGE
UNIT FOR RENT
New Downtown Personal
Storage Unit. Concrete floor 10
x 19 call (419) 261-1394
COLLECTION
FOR SALE
Vintage “Replica” Watches
Accumulated Over 3 Decades,
(Rolex, Cartier, Breitling, Tag
Heuer, Piaget, Bvlgari, Corum,
Ect.) Comprising A49 Watch
Collection. Call 419-376-8550
For Viewing Appt.
FIREWOOD
FOR SALE
Seasoned Firewood $90.00
a truckload. Delivered and
stacked. Call Mike 419-322-
9556.
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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
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STAYOUTSIDETHEBOUNDARIES MARKEDAS RNGE"DANGERZONEI”
ANDRNGE "DANGER ZONE II", SHOWNONTHE CHART (CAMP PERRY
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DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFF-
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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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4021 EXT. 6203/6245 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RNGE
EMERGENCIESONLYCALL614-336-6277OR419-635-4021EXT. 6277.
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Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Office • 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 • 877-734-5751
4245 Lakeshore Dr – Port Clinton
• Approximately 15 acres zoned commercial
• Busy trafc area near Camp Perry
• Needs work
• $199,000
Randi McClintock 419-290-2799
2342 N Buck Rd. – Marblehead
• West Harbor 3 story home/dock
• Breathtaking water views - elevator
• Impressive home
• $349,999
Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
102 Madison St – Port Clinton
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Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
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• $135,000
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144 Morningside Dr. – Port Clinton
• Delightful 2 bed 1 ½ bath double wide
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• $60,000
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140 Spring Crest Dr – Marblehead
• 2 bedroom 2 bath
• Newer windows, siding, roof
• Fenced back yard, hot tub, workshop
• $95,900
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1420 W Fremont Rd – Port Clinton
• 4 bed 3 bath home on 1 acres
• Hardwood foors, formal dining
• 2 car heated garage
• $189,900
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1709 Langram Rd – Put-In-Bay
• Custom built 3 bed 3 bath home
• Beautiful wood property over 2 acres
• Lots of space!
• $650,000
Rudy Cooks 419-341-6376
We are looking for new and experienced sales associates!
please call Mary Ann Gecsi at 419-265-0111 or 419-734-5751
4712 E Marsh View Dr. – Catawba
• Stunning 4 bed 4 bath waterfront home
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• $879,000
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2800 Bluf Ridge – Catawba
• Lakefront home in Blufs, close to CIC
• 6744 sq. ft with additional low level 2775 sq. ft
• Quality and detail throughout
• www.howardhanna.com/20135532
Ted Greene 419-563-4968
3300 Stonehouse – Catawba
• 3 bed 2.5 bath – Lake view!
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• www.howardhanna.com/20130944
• $337,000
Ted 419-563-4968/Mark 419-341-9999
OPEN SATURDAY 1:00-3:00
2197 Meter Rd – Marblehead
• 100x200 lot & dock rights at Danbury Cove!
• Quant breezeway with brick indoor grill
• New siding & roof. Wood burning FP in living room
• $149,900
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OPEN SATURDAY 1:00-3:00
1510 Buck Rd #36 – Marblehead
• West Harbor Waterfront/Lagoons
• Large dock for boat toys
• Own your own land, across from E. Harbor St. Pk.
• $129,900
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58 N Harbors End – Catawba
• 3 bed 3 full baths move in ready condo
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• $154,500
Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
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PORT CLINTON 0 Ronel
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Contact Me: 419-732-3020
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