The Mitten Tree, a Beacon Holiday Tra

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dition, goes up this week. Once again, we
are asking for contributions of gloves,
mittens, scarves, hats, etc. Our goal is the
same every Holiday Season, so please help
us keep hands, heads and hearts warm
this winter for needy children in Ottawa
County. The Mitten Tree is located at the
entrance of The Beacon, 205 SE Catawba
Rd. in the Beacon Place Business Center
(SR 53 North). Thanks.
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This Saturday is the annual “Kids for
Christmas” fundraiser at Mr. Ed’s on West
Lakeshore Drive in Port Clinton. It began
back in 2008 as a way for Ed Fitzgerald and
his family to give back to the community.
100% of all donations are used to provide
families in the area with help with holiday
gifts for their children in addition to help
with a holiday meal. Last year they raised
over $19,000. It all begins at 10 a.m. with
the warm-up for the Ohio State-Michigan
game. Mike “Mad Dog” Adams follows the
game with a special performance in the
midst of a live auction. And don’t forget
Ed’s famous “Hobo Stew”.
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December is about family and giving
back. Mel and Barb Ayers are doing just
that at Ciao Bella. “Since opening last April,
they report an overwhelming amount of
local support and would like to show their
appreciation by providing FREE KID’S
DINNERS from Dec. 1st through Dec. 24.
All you need to do is bring in a new toy,
which will be donated to Toys for Tots. A
FREE dinner for each toy donated! All the
donated toys will go to children locally.
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Our “Find Wylie” winner this week is
Gene Kaple from Port Clinton who was
one of 148 people who found our friendly
fish hiding in the ad for Portage Re-Sale
Center on page 1A in last week’s Beacon.
Gene wins our weekly $20 gift card from
Friendship Food Stores. We’ll be hiding
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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We are delighted to hear that Kelly Rigoni
is back and ready to continue the pursuit
of her dream at Hot Shots Photography &
Design in downtown Port Clinton. Kelly
was severely injured in a car accident on
Sept. 29. It has been a long recovery period
for her, but she is excited to get back to her
photography duties.
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Ferguson Gallery will hold their 15th an-
nual Open House this weekend starting
Friday from 10-6, Saturday from 10-6 and
Sunday from 10-5. They are introducing a
beautiful new Christmas ornament titled
“Fire & Ice”. Rick Dziak will be at the Gal-
lery on Saturday from 1-4 p.m. They will
also have snacks and beverages served all
weekend.
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John Ritter, a Port Clinton native and son
of Dr. Kraft Ritter, has received a signifi-
cant honor. John is a Geology professor at
Wittenberg University in Springfield. He
was recently named the 2013 Ohio Profes-
sor of the Year. The school says that John
Ritter is known for teaching in a way that
engages students in hands-on practical ex-
perience and collaborative research.
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The North Coast Concert Band and
North Coast Big Band will present a holi-
day concert this Sunday, Dec. 1 at the Port
Clinton High School Performing Arts
Center starting at 3 p.m. The concert is
free and open to the public.
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Saturday night CASA hosted its annual Dancing with
the Stars fundraiser at the Camp Perry Conference center.
Six local celebrities and six veteran dancers took the stage
to raise money for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advo-
cates), which gives a voice to abused, neglected or depen-
dent children. At the beginning of the event, a video from
childhelp.org was shown to remind the audience why they
were there. “We must remember this is for the children,”
said Connie Cornett, the Executive Director of CASA and
organizer of the event.
After the video, hosts Judge Kathleen Giesler of Ottawa
County Juvenile Court and Genoa Police Chief Bob Brat-
ton spared no time bringing
the comedy. The judges for
the evening were Debbie
Hymore-Tester (portraying
Carry Anne), Tracy Gaines
(portraying Max) and Kim
Dusseau (portraying Cher)
who were all former CASA
Dancing with the Stars
dancers.
The dancers were Roseann
Hickman and Craig Olsze-
wski, Pat Adkins and Annes-
sia Nyman, Carlos Mincheff
and Lisa Ramsey, Angela
Rahm and Hank Fox, Ann
Duez and Timothy Nyman
and Rich Riedmaier and
Mary Ann Snider. There
was also a live auction by
Greg Peiffer and a special
performance by One Love
Dancers.
The couple that raised
the most money was Pat Adkins and Annessia Nyman,
who raised $6766 for CASA. In second place were Ann
Duez and Timothy Nyman, who raised a total of $6173.
The Judges Choice Award for best dancing went to An-
gela Rahm and Hank Fox. Overall, the evening brought in
$18,169.80 for CASA. Over a hundred more tickets were
sold this year over last which brought in record numbers
in attendance and profits.
For more information about CASA, contact Connie
Cornett at 419-301-0225 or connie.CASA@co.ottawa.
oh.us. More photos can be found for this event at www.
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Below: Ann Duez points to her fans in the crowd
CASA’s Dancing with
the Stars a big hit
BY DONNA LUEKE
In 1993, Nancy Barna opened one of the first masso-
therapy practices in the area at a small office on Madi-
son Street. This month she celebrates her 20th year of
business in Port Clinton.
“I want to express my gratitude
to my family, friends and clients
who have supported me through-
out, such as Bruce Winters, Doc
Waite (the late Dr. John Waite),
Mike Bassett and Julie Dunham.”
Barna’s family includes husband
Gino; son Bart, 31; daughter Mel-
anie, 22; daughter Madison, 15;
and grandchildren Annabelle and
Brick.
The Kenny House
In 1997, Barna moved her office to a turn of the cen-
tury house on Adams Street. From the beginning, The
Kenny House has had a spirit of giving thanks incor-
porated into the place. The Kenny House was named
in memory of Barna’s beloved father, Kenny Oglesbee.
Barna purchased and remodeled the house, investing
money that passed on to her when her dad passed on.
“I wanted to expand the services, and find a way to stay
connected to and thank my Dad. He was always a great
host and loved people. I wanted to carry on that tradi-
tion.”
Recently Keith Fleming of Keith Fleming Gallery on
2nd Street in Port Clinton assisted Barna remodel the
reception area, blending several of her items with some
of Fleming’s antiques and displays of merchandise that
the Kenny House offers, maintaining its style that can
be described as “recycled and eclectic, yet functional
and warm.”
There are three licensed massotherapists that work at
the Kenny House: Barna; Barbie Bloom, who special-
izes in orthopedic massage; and intern Kimberly Wil-
liamson. They offer traditional massotherapy, reflexol-
ogy, Thai massage, whirlpool, basalt stone massage, and
pregnancy massage. There are clients that have been
with Barna from the beginning of her practice.“There
are those who come here once a year, and those who
come twice a week. The business has developed more
than I ever anticipated.”
Barna at times refers clients to other massotherapists
at The Kenny House and in the area. “If I am not of-
fering what a client needs, it is to their benefit to go
to another therapist. It is a much better fit to have an
open door, for clients to come and go when it is right
for them.”
As to her own specialties, in 1991 Barna graduated
from The Ohio College of Limited Medical Practice in
Cleveland, which was one of only 7 schools of mas-
sotherapy at that time in the state of Ohio. Since then
she has continued to study, taking approximately 50
classes over the past 20 years “because of my passion
for learning more about the field.” That field has taken
her as far afield as Thailand, where last year she studied
Thai massage with the masters at “a beautiful resort,
with wonderful people.” In addition to massotherapy,
she is certified in reflexology, Hellerwork, myofascial
therapy, basalt stone massage and Thai massage.
Twenty years
of gratitude at
The Kenny House
BARNA
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Often, Barna combines study with travel. Recently, she returned from a week-long re-
treat with the noted Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in Mississippi, “one of the best experi-
ences ever.”
The Wellness Corner
In 2011, Barna purchased the neighboring property
on the corner of Adams and 3rd Street that now houses
David Prudhomme’s Mederi Wellness offices. The Kenny
House and Mederi Wellness form a community Wellness
Corner in the heart of Port Clinton. “Dave works with the
mind, and I work with the body. We have had excellent re-
sults collaborating to offer a full wellness experience,” said
Barna. On Mother’s Day, the Wellness Corner offered a
weekend program that incorporated group and individual
sessions at Mederi Wellness and the Kenny House along
with an outdoor yoga class and lunch.
On the 3rd Street side of Mederi Wellness, there is a laby-
rinth made of native stone that is open for anyone to use
at anytime. “There have been people who have walked the
labyrinth as early as 5 a.m., and late into the evening. It is
good to know that people are using the corner to be mind-
ful and reduce their stress.” Herb and flower gardens and
a circle with outdoor yoga mats are part of the grounds at
Wellness Corner, all open to the community.
CIC and Sandusky Massage
Since 1994, Barna, who lives on Catawba, has also had a
satellite office at the Catawba Island Club in Port Clinton.
Recently she opened a new office, Sandusky Massage, lo-
cated at 121 Water Street in Sandusky. Born in Sandusky,
Barna “wanted to open an office in downtown Sandusky,
because it was home.”
For more information or to schedule and appointment
at The Kenny House, www.portclintonmassage.com, ken-
nyhouse226@gmail.com, or 419.734.5943. For appoint-
ments at Sandusky Massage, call 419.341.1713.
KENNY HOUSE from COVER
Rita Lynn Meister
Nov. 29, 1948-Nov. 19, 2013
Rita Lynn Meister, 64, of Catawba Island,
died Tuesday, Nov. 19, at Edgewood Man-
or Nursing Center in Port Clinton, after a
5 year battle with cancer. She was born on
Nov. 29, 1948.
Visitation was held on Thursday, Nov.
21, from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at the Neidecker,
LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, 1124
Fulton Street, Port Clinton. On Friday,
Nov. 22, prayers were at the funeral home
at 10 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian
Burial at 10:30 a.m. at Immaculate Con-
ception Catholic Church, 414 Madison
Street, Port Clinton. Burial followed in Ca-
tawba Island Cemetery.
Online condolences may be left for the
family at www.neideckerleveckcrosser.
com.
Mosie Lee Nesbit-Johnson
Mosie Lee Nesbit-Johnson, 76, of Port
Clinton, passed away Sunday, Nov. 24, at
Stein Hospice Care Center, Sandusky. Ar-
rangements are pending at Gerner-Wolf-
Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port
Clinton.
Sara Grace Owen
Sara Grace Owen, 98, of Elmore, passed
away Monday, Nov. 18, at Hospice of
Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg. Arrange-
ments are pending at the Robinson-Walk-
er Funeral Home & Crematory, Genoa.
Linda K. Stoltz (Walland)
Jan. 21, 1955-Nov. 20, 2013
On November 20th an Angel joined her
son D. Ryan in heaven. That Angel is Linda
K. Stoltz, who left earth from her favorite
spot, Myrtle Beach, SC. Born on January
21, 1955, in Port Clinton, Linda K. Stoltz
was the first born to Richard & Elizabeth
(Ludrowsky) Walland.
Visitation was Monday, Nov. 25, in the
Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home &
Crematory, 216 Washington St., Port Clin-
ton, followed by funeral services. Inter-
ment was in Catawba Island Cemetery,
Port Clinton. Online condolences may be
shared with the family at www.walkerfu-
neralhomes.com.
Deborah M. Westlake
Schumaker
Aug. 7, 1961-Nov. 22, 2013
Deborah M. Schumaker, 52, of Port Clin-
ton, and formerly of Amherst, died Fri-
day, Nov. 22, at Magruder Hospital, Port
Clinton. She was born on Aug. 7, 1961, in
Elyria, to Robert and Carole (Berris) West-
lake.
Visitation was on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at
the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home
& Crematory, 216 Washington St., Port
Clinton. Funeral services were conducted
Wednesday, Nov. 27, at the funeral home.
Online condolences may be shared with
the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.
com.
Obituaries
A boy was born on Nov. 14 at Firelands
Regional Medical Center to Valerie and
Brian Papazian of Marblehead.
A girl was born on Nov. 16 at Firelands
Regional Medical Center to Sarah and
Mark Messa of Port Clinton.
Joshua Salyer, 28, receiving, and Melissa Garcia, 29, life coach, both of Lacarne.
Births
Marriage License
2013 graduate of Danbury High School, who is now a
member of the Student Senate at Ashland University. She
is the daughter of Vicki Snyder of Marblehead.
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Mark your calendar for Sunday, Dec. 8 from 11-4. It will
be “Brunch with St. Nick” at the Fine Art Creations for
Community Causes Art Studio at 136 W. Water Street in
Oak Harbor. They will have a bake sale that day also to
benefit the “No Kid Goes Hungry Fund”.
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The Catawba Island Volunteer Fire Department is also
holding a food drive from now until Dec. 18. Just drop
off any non-perishable item to the lobby of the Town-
ship Building on Cemetery Road. There are also donation
forms from the Holiday Bureau in the lobby there. These
forms need to be filled out and mailed by Dec. 1.
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Community Calendar
615 Fulton Street • Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 • 419-734-3131 • magruderhospital.com
Each month Magruder Hospital will publish a list of
screenings, programs and special events, which the public
is welcome to attend. Please note that certain events
require appointments or physician referrals in order to
attend. Thank you for your support of Magruder Hospital.
Wellness Programs
Yoga Tuesdays 6:30pm
Conference Center $10/week or
$8/week if paid monthly 419-
635-2337
Aquatic Exercise Program
at Lake Erie Sportsmedicine
$30/month - 3 times per week for
4 weeks Release from Dr. required
419-734-3131 ext. 3475
Strength Training Conference
Center Tuesdays & Thursdays
5:30pm $4 per class 419-732-
4061 for more information
Zumba Conference Center
Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30pm
$4 per class For more information
call 419-732-4061
Education &
Outreach
Monthly Luncheon
Monday, December 16th, Noon
“Women’s Health with Dr. Mona
Nataprawira” $6 for lunch RSVP
by noon Fri. Dec. 13th
419-732-4061

Diabetes Education
instructional classes presented
by our Dietitian and a Registered
Nurse for diabetic individuals and
their families. Physician referral
needed. Call for times and dates.
419-734-3131 ext. 3544
Support Groups
Multiple Sclerosis Support
Group
1st Tuesday each month 6:30pm-
8pm Conference Center For more
information 419-607-6021
The Connection: A Care Group
for Special Needs 1st Thursday
each month at 6:30pm Conference
Center For more information 419-
898-0400
National Alliance on Mental
Illness Anxiety & Depression
Support Groups
Family Support Group 1st
Tuesday 6-8pm
Peer to Peer Support Group 3rd
Wednesday 6-7:30pm For more
information 419-732-6264
Chronic Pain Support Group
2nd Thursday each month 6pm
Conference Center 419-271-3915
for more information
Alzheimer’s Support Group
2nd Monday each month 9am
Conference Center 419-734-3131
ext. 3363 for more information
Grief Support Group Sponsored
by Stein Hospice & Crosser Funeral
Homes Magruder Conference
Center
3rd Thursday each month
5:30pm 419-732-3141 for more
information
Cancer Support Group
4th Wednesday each month
12:30pm Conference Center
complimentary light lunch provided
419-301-4317
Health Screenings
Health Screening: Cholesterol
(Total/LDL/HDL/Triglycerides) Blood
Pressure and Glucose Screening
$16
2nd Thursday each month in the
Magruder Lab 419-734-3131 Ext.
3420 for appointments
Auxiliary Events
Auxiliary Breakfast for anyone
wanting to learn more about the
Auxiliary
Monday, December 9th at 9 am
Conference Center Free of charge
RSVP to 419-734-3131 ext. 3420
December 2013
Amid recent market volatility, we’ve seen substantial
upswings and downturns. But when the market
reacts one way, it doesn’t mean you should, too. The
actions you take today can significantly impact your
financial future. So before you alter your investment
strategy, schedule a financial review. We can help
you stay focused despite the market’s recent disap-
pointments and find opportunities for the long term.
Keep a level head in
an up-and-down market.
Call today to schedule your financial review.
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Amid recent market volatility, we’ve seen substantial
upswings and downturns. But when the market
reacts one way, it doesn’t mean you should, too. The
actions you take today can significantly impact your
financial future. So before you alter your investment
strategy, schedule a financial review. We can help
you stay focused despite the market’s recent disap-
pointments and find opportunities for the long term.
Keep a level head in
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Call today to schedule your financial review.
www.edwardjones.com
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Port Clinton, OH 43452
419-732-6570
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service, all while being surrounded by our memorable historic surroundings!
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First Annual Craft Show
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United Way
Local businesses that have teamed up
with United Way in Ottawa County for
#Giving Tuesday are: Bell Mell Tavern,
Coffee Express, Common Grounds Café
& Catering, Mary’s Blossom Shoppe, New
Direction Health & Wellness, Ohio Cus-
tom Products, and Ohler & Holzhauer.
Each business has selected a dollar amount
for a single product or service or a per-
cent of sales to donate. For more informa-
tion about participating businesses please
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wayottawacounty or contact Lisa Dubbert
at United Way in Ottawa County at 419-
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meaningful to you. Every $100 donation
provides a 2 hour visit for a child with his
family members. Mental health profes-
sionals report that maintaining family re-
lationships during crisis situations helps a
child develop in a healthier manner and
become a more productive citizen in the
future.
Ottawa County Commu-
nity Foundation
Local charitable organizations add so
much to the quality of life in Ottawa Coun-
ty. Donations both large a small make a
big difference and help charitable groups
achieve their goals. Giving directly to the
Ottawa County Community Foundation
supports the foundation’s charitable grant
program and scholarships made possible
through endowed funds.
To make a tax deductible donation to an
existing fund with the foundation, estab-
lish a named fund, or contribute the foun-
dation’s operating fund, contact the foun-
dation at 419-797-4293 or send an email
to info@ottawaccf.org. More information
about available funds is located on the
foundation’s website www.ottawaccf.org.
Local businesses and
charities to Observe
#Giving Tuesday
Tuesday, Dec. 3, is “Giving Tuesday” in Ottawa County. #GivingTuesday, which fol-
lows the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, kicks off
the holiday giving season with a global day dedicated to charitable giving, harnessing
the power of social media and the generosity of people around the world to bring about
real change in their communities. #GivingTuesday celebrates and encourages people to
give their time, resources, talents and social media voice to a new kind of philanthropy
that is about social purpose and collaboration for a better world.
Catawba residents are reminded that the
deadline for applications to the Catawba
Island Holiday Bureau for assistance dur-
ing the holiday season is Dec. 1. Assistance
includes food, paper goods, cleaning sup-
plies and personal items. Also included are
gifts for children age 18 and under, pro-
vided by the Salvation Army.
Applications are available at The Vine-
yard of Catawba, Resurrection Lutheran
Church on NE Catawba Road and the
Catawba Township Administration Build-
ing on Cemetery Road. Applications and
monetary donations can be sent to PO Box
72, Port Clinton, OH 43452. Monetary do-
nations can be sent to Treasurer, PO Box
72, Port Clinton. In 2012, 26 families with
a total of 60 individuals received assistance.
Catawba Island Holiday Bureau
taking applications and donations
While the Brig Niagara was moored at
Put-in-Bay for the closing ceremonies of
the Bicentennial Celebration of the Battle
of Lake Erie of the War of 1812, the Senior
Captain, Walter Rybka, was kind enough
to personally sign and date fifty 3’ x 5’
Commodore Perry “Dont Give Up The
Ship” flags, on the day of the anniversary,
Sept. 10, 2013.
The Put-in-Bay American Legion Post
has numbered these flags 1/50 through
50/50. Each signed and numbered flag will
is accompanied by an official Certificate
of Authenticity, ready to frame, signed
by the Post Commander and immediate
Past Commander. Cost of the signed and
numbered flag, with the certificate of au-
thenticity, is $100. The Legion will mail the
flags to the purchaser free of charge.
To order or with questions, call 419-285-
5521, or mail checks to The American
Legion, Post 542, P O Box 56, Put-in-Bay,
Ohio 43456.
American Legion Put-in-Bay
suggests unique gift
Black Swamp Bird Observatory, 13551
W. State Ohio Rte. 2, Oak Harbor, will be
holding a holiday open house on Dec. 8
from 12-4 p.m.
At the 5th annual Holiday Open House,
there will be free refreshments, a binocu-
lar raffle, and local vendors with unique
hand-made crafts. There will be kid craft
activities and nature-themed holiday gift
items. Some of the favorite BSBO authors
will be available from 1-3 p.m. to auto-
graph their books.
There will be special prices on select mer-
chandise in the BSBO gift shop, including
20% off on winter clothing and 30% off
on books. Spend $25 and get a free Biggest
Week in American Birding water bottle.
BSBO memberships and gift mem-
berships are also available by calling
419.898.4070.
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge and
Magee Marsh Wildlife Area will also be
hosting activities. Those who visit all three
locations and get their raffle card stamp
will be entered to win one of the three hol-
iday gift baskets.
BSBO gift baskets include BSBO signa-
ture items and gifts from their Birds &
Business Alliance Members, such as: gift
cards from McCarthy’s Restaurant & Pub;
Jet Express tickets; succulent plants from
Bench’s Greenhouse; a bird feeder from
Wild Birds Unlimited, Toledo; items from
Victorian B & B; Crazy Lady Saloon gift
cards; and matted photography by Brian
Zwiebel.
Black Swamp Bird Observatory
holds holiday open house
Bay Twp
11-18-13 Charolette S. Lar-
son to Vicki O. Huegele, 2555
Mulcahey Road, $168,000.
Catawba Twp
11-18-13 Harold A. Dann to
Suzanne M. Richard, 3750
Karwood, $178,000.
11-19-13 The Sanctuary
Homes Development Ltd to
Shirley R. Cole, 2840 North
Sanctuary Drive, $821,472.
11-20-13 Heidi DeLong to
Dann and Diana L. Moore,
5523 East Helmsman,
$173,000.
11-22-13 The Secretary of
Veterans Affairs to Mark A.
and Jenna M. Sandvick, 245
North Crest Drive, $138,000.
Danbury Twp
11-18-13 Donald A. and Joan
S. Wilms to Joseph A. and
Lilian J. Kruczek, 8017 East
Mary Lane, $60,000.
11-22-13 Bruce E. and
Theresa A. Taggart to Donald
S. and Natalie F. Stockmaster,
1470 South Danbury Road,
$280,000.
Genoa Corp
11-19-13 Ronald G. and Julie
A. Rightnowar to John A.
Smith, 813 Railroad Street,
$70,000.
Marblehead Corp
11-21-13 Bay Point Acqui-
sition LLC to Christine D.
Chervenic, 146 Bay Breeze
Drive, $310,000.
11-21-13 Cottage Cove
Real Estate Investment LLC
to Robert M. and Mary E.
Tressler, 136 Cottage Cove,
vacant land, $16,000.
Port Clinton Corp
11-18-13 Lawrence and
Carol O. Bennice to Bergman
Construction, 801 East State
Road, $25,000.
11-21-13 Michael M. Gahn,
Virginia A. Bellamy and
Stuart R. Gahn to Justin L.
Seiser, 407 West Third Street,
$53,900.
11-21-13 Robert E. and
Patricia M. Below to Rachel
L. Below, 613 Laurel Avenue,
$82,000.
Portage Twp
11-18-13 M. Patricia Gates to
John A. and Lori S. Keighley,
2497 Sand Road, $413,000.
Put In Bay
Village School
11-18-13 Stone Lakeview
Family LLC to Karen and
Charles E. Edwards, 137
Lakeview Drive, $275,000.
11-21-13 RMG Investments
LLC to Graminoids and Forbs
LLC, Lots 36-40 Yachtmen’s
Club, $160,000.
Rocky Ridge Corp
11-21-13 21st Mortgage
Corporation to James E. and
Jacquline Kingree, 910 Lickert
Harder Road, $77,000.
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Trevor and Kearsten Tieche’s commit-
ment to their education, business and
well-being of others has made Bodi N
Balance blossom. In 2006, Bodi N Bal-
ance LLC started with two clients in a liv-
ing room but now is a booming fitness
business hundreds of clients. Trevor, who
is a disabled infantry veteran, has his BS
in Alternative Medicine from Everglades
University and Kearsten, who formerly
worked full time at Nationwide Children’s
hospital PICU, has a Masters degree in An-
esthesia from Case Western.
Bodi N Balance offers a variety of ser-
vices to its members. The fitness studio is
a 24 hour facility available to fit anyone’s
schedule. Cardio Kickboxing, core work-
outs, yoga, Zumba, gliding and rowing are
just some of the classes offered at Bodi N
Balance. The most popular class that Bodi
N Balance offers is Indo-Row. The rowing
machines, which are filled with actual wa-
ter to create true to life resistance, are great
for first timers or fitness veterans.
November 20 marked the five year anni-
versary of the opening of their Port Clin-
ton Harbor Light Landing location. The
Tieches and their staff receive ongoing fit-
ness training and education to ensure that
Bodi N Balance is on their fitness game.
In the future, Trevor said that high impact
aerobic workout classes are next on the list
for Bodi N Balance.
For more information on Bodi N Bal-
ance visit www.bodinbalance.com or call
419-732-1000.
“Gazing out my window the moon ap-
peared larger than ever before. So cold the
snow looked like a blanket of crystals lay-
ing silently on the ground. Icicles reflect-
ing the cool light of the moon made me
wonder how I could capture this moment
in molten glass,” said glass artist Cary Fer-
guson. Ferguson is pleased to introduce
the Fire & Ice 2013 ornament.
Ferguson Gallery’s 15th annual open
house begins Friday, Nov. 29, from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m., and continues Saturday, Nov. 30
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 1,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Gallery will feature a
variety of in-house specials
throughout the weekend
in all four of their show-
rooms, along with snacks
and beverages. Cary Fer-
guson and Cary Jr. will be
working in the studio cre-
ating works of art in glass
and crystal, including the hand-blown
Fire and Ice ornament. Each ornament is
signed and dated.
Rick Dziak, OPA, will also be featured
at the Gallery on Saturday from 1-4 p.m.
with an oil painting demonstration and a
selection of his latest original works.
Ferguson Gallery, at 5890 E. Harbor Rd.,
Marblehead, is open seven days a week un-
til Christmas, Monday through Saturday
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call
419-734-0600 or email info@fergusongal-
lery.com.
Bodi N Balance celebrates its
fifth year with a ribbon cutting
Ferguson Gallery open house
BY JEFF ROTH
WHAT IS A GIFT?
A gift is an irrevocable transfer of an as-
set without consideration from one person
to another. A gift may be of tangible assets
such as real estate, jewelry and physical ob-
jects or of intangible assets such as shares of
stock, investment accounts or even insur-
ance policies. Of course cash is great.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY IRREVO-
CABLE?
Irrevocable means that the gift is complete
and you will not get it back. That sounds
simple, but there have been many parents
that thought that what they gave could still
be theirs when they wanted it back. It is im-
portant to understand that it is no longer
yours and if your child chooses to misspend
your gift there is very little you can do ex-
cept never give again. It is a serious decision
which should be carefully thought out with
full knowledge and understanding that
you will never have access to that property
again.
HOW MUCH CAN I GIVE?
The law allows each individual to give up
to $14,000 per person each calendar year.
This means that if you had ten grandchil-
dren you could give $140,000 total made
in separate equal gifts to each grandchild
per year. If you are married, you and
your spouse could double the amount to
$280,000 per year.
IS THAT ALL I CAN GIVE?
Many people think that is all they can do.
Actually a person can give up to $5,250,000
above the annual exclusion gifts during his
lifetime before a tax would be due. This
means that if dad gave you the farm worth
$4,000,000, your dad would not owe any
gift tax at that time.
DO I NEED TO FILE A FEDERAL GIFT
TAX RETURN?
A gift tax return needs to be filed if you
give over the annual amount in any one
year. The amount given would be disclosed
and applied against your $5,250,000 life-
time exclusion. Once you have given in ex-
cess of that amount, you would owe federal
gift tax which is equal to the federal estate
tax.
WHY WOULD A PERSON GIVE SUCH
A LARGE GIFT?
If a person has a property that is rapidly
increasing in value and it is important that
it stay in the family, the gift procedure can
be very beneficial. If you gave a piece of real
estate which is next to the city limits and it
will be worth substantially more in the fu-
ture, the increase in value will not be in your
estate. This is a freezing technique that can
pass appreciating property from one gen-
eration to the next and avoid estate tax on
the appreciated value. If you give land or an
asset that you purchased for a low value you
must be very aware of the potential capital
gain tax that could affect your child’s tax
when he sells many years later. Gifting can
prepare a person for Medicaid qualification
but it must be carefully planned and have
at least a five year window after the transfer
before applying for Medicaid.
There are many valuable uses for gift-
ing in estate planning and it is important
to review your assets and determine if any
gifting would be beneficial for you and your
family. For the average person in their later
years a gift to a grandchild can be a reward-
ing event for both the grandparent and the
grandchild. Most grandchildren still have
that stock or money that grandmother gave
them twenty years ago. It will always have
that special meaning.
Jeff Roth is a partner with David Bacon and
associate Jessica Moon of the firm ROTH and
BACON with offices in Port Clinton, Upper
Sandusky, Marion, Ohio and Fort Myers,
Florida. All members of the firm are licensed
in Ohio and Florida. Mr. Roth’s practice is
limited to wealth strategy planning and el-
der law in both states. Nothing in this article
is intended for, nor should be relied upon as
individual legal advice. The purpose of this ar-
ticle is to provide information to the public on
concepts of law as they pertain to estate and
business planning. Jeff Roth can be reached
at ohiofloridatrust@aol.com (telephone: 419-
732-9994) copyright Jeffrey P. Roth 2013.
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iPad Class
Join the fun! Bring your fully charged iPad
and join a friendly group of people who are
learning together. Each time we meet we
“start from the beginning” and quickly get
everyone up to speed. We enjoy discussing
useful and fun apps! Attend this class, too,
if you are not a computer tablet owner yet
and want to see what it’s all about.
Friday, Dec. 6 11am-2pm
Ottawa County Senior Resources
Holiday Open House
A Holiday Open House and Senior
Resources Fair open to everyone in
the area! Enjoy appetizers, beverages,
raffes and entertainment.
• AARP
• United Healthcare
• Humana
• Anthem
• United of Omaha
• Medical Mutual
• Forethought Life
• Gerber
Chuck DeVore
419-346-2915 cell
If you need help in finding
the right Medicare Plan
for YOU, simplify your life
by contacting a local agent
who represents multiple
Medicare insurance plans.
* Re-shop your Medicare Supplemental Plan
* Evaluate your Part D Prescription Drug Plan
* Consider enrolling in a Medicare Advantage Plan
* Review your medications with your doctor.
* Save time researching Medicare plans by working with an
independent insurance agent who represents multiple Medicare
plans.
Chuck DeVore
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Steve Gulas
419-341-1792 cell
Medicare Supplements
Medicare Advantage Plans
Medicare Part D Plans
419-732-3111
134 E. 2nd Street Port Clinton
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Oct. 15, 2013 to December 7, 2013
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This season, holiday shoppers in Erie and Ottawa coun-
ties can give cheer to area seniors by participating in the
Be a Santa to a Senior program.
The program,run by the Port Clinton franchise of Home
Instead Senior Care in partnership with Ottawa County
Senior Resources, The Meadows at Osborn Park, Erie
County Care Facility, Trinity United Church of Christ,
Danbury Senior Center, Lakeview Estates, area retailers,
volunteers and members of the community, helps ensure
isolated seniors receive gifts and companionship during
the holidays. This can be a difficult time for many, espe-
cially those who live alone or have lost spouses and loved
ones.
An estimated 27 percent of people 65 and older (10.8
million people) are widowed, according to the U.S. Cen-
sus Bureau. Further, the Administration on Aging reports
about 28 percent (11.8 million) non-institutionalized
people 65 and older live alone.
Retailers participating in Be a Santa to a Senior will dis-
play Christmas trees from Nov. 22 to Dec. 16 that feature
ornaments with seniors’ first names and their gift requests.
Holiday shoppers can pick an ornament from these trees,
buy the items listed and re-
turn them unwrapped to the
store, with the ornament attached.
A Be a Santa to a Senior tree will be located at:
• Walmart Supercenter 2826 E Harbor Rd, Port Clinton
• Cuttin’ Loose At Lori Jo’s 358 Rice St, Elmore, OH
• Community Markets 147 Maple St, Port Clinton
• Community Markets 279 W Water St, Oak Harbor
The local Home Instead Senior Care office will enlist
volunteers from its staff, senior-care business associates,
non-profit workers and others to collect, wrap and dis-
tribute the gifts to local seniors who might otherwise
spend the holiday alone.
“Be a Santa to a Senior gives back to older adults in our
area, many of whom have had significant, positive influ-
ence on our lives,” said Enedelia Marez, general manager
at the local Home Instead Senior Care office. “During this
season of giving, we encourage shoppers to buy a little ex-
tra to say thank you to these community members.”
For more information about the program, visit BeaSan-
tatoaSenior.com or call 419-734-5050.
Home Instead Senior Care Brightens the
Holidays for Seniors in Erie, Ottawa Counties
Senior Citizen Luncheon at B.C.S. Schools
On Dec. 11, senior citizens (ages 62 and older) who are
residents of the B-C-S School District are invited to attend
a luncheon at the Oak Harbor High School. Lunch will
be provided along with performances by the Oak Harbor
High School band and choir. Doors will open at 11 a.m.
and the event will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the auditorium.
Lunch will be served at approximately 12:15 p.m.
The cost is $2 and reservations must be made by Dec.
2. Reservations can be made by calling the board office at
419-898-6210 between 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. in the Magruder Confer-
ence Center, the Magruder Hospital Auxiliary will host a
free breakfast program to welcome the newest Auxiliary
Members, as well as guests and anyone interested in learn-
ing more about the Auxiliary.
Currently the Auxiliary has over 250 members and the
volunteers donate approximately 12,000 hours of service
to the hospital each year. Members of the Magruder Aux-
iliary help with hospital book fairs and uniform sales and
volunteer in a variety of capacities throughout the hos-
pital including the Gift Shop. The Magruder Auxiliary
also provides healthcare scholarships to local students. No
matter the level of interest or experience, the Auxiliary has
something to offer everyone.
Anyone interested in attending the breakfast is asked to
RSVP by Thursday, Dec. 5, to Kathy Gallogly at 419-734-
3131 ext. 3256.
Magruder Hospital
Auxiliary to host breakfast
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Gifting
Thursday Nov. 28
Happy
Thanksgiving!
Community Thanksgiving
Dinner
WHAT: Open to the public
WHEN: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
WHERE: American Legion
Post 114, 221 Park St., OH
The Gathering
WHAT: Free Community
Meal; open to the public.
Fully accessible facility.
WHEN: 4:30-6 p.m.
WHERE: St. John Lutheran,
Second & Adams, Port Clinton
Nov. 29-Dec. 1
Ferguson Gallery Open
House
WHAT: Introducing new Fire
& Ice ornament
WHEN: Fri & Sat 10 a.m.-6
p.m., Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
WHERE: Ferguson Gallery
Friday Nov. 29
Gentle Yoga
WHEN: 8:30 a.m.
WHERE: St. Thomas Episco-
pal Church, PC
COST: $7 week or $20 for 4
weeks
INFO: 419-635-2337
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Group for those af-
fected by another’s drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Friday
WHERE: St. John Lutheran
Church, 122 Ottawa, Oak
Harbor
Nov. 30-Dec. 15
Marblehead Lions Club
Santa Visits
WHERE: Danbury Twp.,
Lakeside, Marblehead
COST: $15 single family, $25
group
INFO: 419-798-5735
Saturday Nov. 30
Jessie Schenk Memorial
Turkey Chase
WHAT: 5k run/walk
WHEN: 10 a.m.
WHERE: CIC Fitness Club,
Catawba
INFO: jessiesturkeychase.
yolastie.com
Dec. 1-24
Free kid’s dinner with toy
donation
WHAT: Bring a new toy to
donate to Toys for Tots, get
free kid’s dinner
WHERE: Ciao Bella, Harbor
Light Landing
Sunday Dec. 1
North Coast Concert and
Big Band
WHEN: 3 p.m.
WHERE: PCHS Performing
Arts Center
Monday Dec. 2
Compassionate Friends
WHAT: For bereaved family &
friends that have experienced
the death of a child.
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church
INFO: 419-308-4690 or
www.compassionatefriends.
org
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Group for those af-
fected by another’s drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Monday
WHERE: St. Thomas Episco-
pal Church, 214 E. Second St.
Sisters in Sobriety
WHAT: A women’s AA meet-
ing, babysitter provided
WHEN: 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Sutton Center, 1854
E. Perry, Port Clinton
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.
Tuesday Dec. 3
Bay Twp Crime Watch
WHAT: Speakers Zach Bowl-
ing (OC Sheriff’s office) and
Toledo block watch
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Bay Twp Hall, 4471
Fremont Rd., PC
INFO: Mel McCord 419-734-
7007
Mental Illness Anxiety &
Depression Family Sup-
port Group
WHEN: 6-8 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
INFO: 419-732-6264
Multiple Sclerosis Sup-
port Group
WHEN: 6:30-8 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
INFO: 419-607-6021
Chair Yoga
WHEN: 10 a.m.
WHERE: Danbury Senior
Center
COST: $5
INFO: 419-635-2337
Open Public Shooting
WHAT: Shooters, including
aspiring new shooters, are in-
vited to do practice shooting.
WHEN: 5:30-8 pm, Tuesday
and Thursday evenings
WHERE: Camp Perry Training
Site, Port Clinton
INFO: Contact 419.635.2141
ext. 1101 or thecmp.org/3p/
publicshooting.htm
COST: $5/adult, $2/junior
Pilates
WHAT: Laura Tyson, instructor
WHEN: 9 a.m. Tuesdays
WHERE: The Ballet School,
Madison St., Port Clinton
COST: $5
INFO: laura_tyson@roadrun-
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Strength Training
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Magruder Confer-
ence Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
TOPS
WHEN: 6 p.m. every Tuesday
WHERE: Catawba Commu-
nity Hall, 3307 NW Catawba
Road
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 Dec. 4
Jazz Night
WHAT: Wine, pasta, and live
Jazz with The Bob Szmik Trio
and special guests.
WHEN: 7-10 p.m.
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The Oak Harbor Pee Wee squad consists of 5th and
6th grade girls. There are 19 girls on the squad. They are
coached by Shelly Schultz and Erika Ager, and this is sec-
ond year of the Pee Wee Squad. The girls try out in the
spring and then begin practicing a competition routine
in the summer and prepare material to cheer at the Oak
Harbor Youth Football games in the fall.
Last week the girls were one of five Pee Wee Squads at
the Nancy Leaser Invitational in Oak Harbor and they
took first place. They placed second place on Nov. 9 at the
Woodmore competition and they will compete again on
Feb. 15 at Cheer for a Cure competition in Genoa.
Pictured from left to right, bottom row: Kerrigan Erns-
berger, Emma Martin, Bailey Blunt, Kiara Brough, Erica
Winters middle row: Julie Young, Breanna Large, Cally
Sebastian, Jeana Edwards, Bailey Dusseau, Emily Haar,
Jordan Buckantz top row: Zoe Lattimore, Emma Therrien,
Karli Reifsnyder, Laikin Frank, Hannah Genzman, Emily
Willis, Kennedy Blunt.
The Marblehead Lighthouse and Keeper’s House are fes-
tively decked out in pine garlands and red bows, ready for
the holiday season. The Lady on the Lake sports two LED
circles, having had her 150-watt halogen bulb and green
lens cover replaced late last spring. Sighted from more
than seven miles away, her new light is also green but only
uses 20-watts of electricity. It has a battery backup in case
of power failure.
While walking the Lighthouse grounds, visitors are en-
couraged to visit the Compass Rose, a centerpiece of com-
memorative bricks. Over 123 bricks were laid this year by
Dick Frederick, Bob Hartman, Ron Kochensparger and
Alan Salzgeber. Memorial bricks may be purchased by
downloading and completing the Brick Order Form on
the website: www.marbleheadlighthouseohio.org. Brick
purchases and their placement about the Compass Rose
are kept on file at East Harbor State Park office or the
Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society (MLHS) Mu-
seum when it is open to the public.
Eighty-seven business members supported the Marble-
head Lighthouse Society this season. Businesses as well
as regular memberships maintain the museum and the
imminent construction of the Marblehead Life Saving
Station Museum and Education Center. Dan Fredericks,
a Milan architect, is designing the reconstruction of the
original Marblehead Life Saving Station. Dennis Kennedy,
a retired graphics art entrepreneur and a MLHS trustee, is
coordinating the project behind the scenes.
The MLHS wishes to extend a special thanks to all
MLHS’ business members: 1812 Food & Spirits, The Ala
Carte Café’, Anchors Away Marine Corporation, Arby’s
Port Clinton, Barnes Nursery Inc., Bass Haven, Bassett’s
Market, Bauman Auto Center, Bayside Comfort Inc., Bell
Heating & Electric, Bennett Enterprises, Bergman’s Mar-
ket, Big Boppers Restaurant, Bolte Real Estate, Brandy’s
Steak House, Brown’s Dairy Dock, Carter Lumber, Casa
Las Palmas, Catawba Island Marina South, Catawba Is-
land Brewing Company, Catawba Island Club, Cheese-
haven Corporation, Ciao Bella LLC, Cleats Club Seat Grill,
Common Grounds Café & Catering, Diana’s Deli & Res-
taurant, Donna Schoonmaker-Realtor, Don’s Body Shop,
Frederick Insurance Inc., Danchisen Marathon Service,
Gordon Lumber Company, Great Lakes Publishing Com-
pany, The Hair Hut, Holmes Auto, Howard Hanna Real
Estate, Howard’s Auto Service, Hy-Way Bait, Jamestown
Tavern, The Jet Express, John Tracy Produce, Key Bank,
The Kroger Company, LaFarge Quarry, Lake Breese Cab-
ins, Lake Point Motel, Lakeside Association, Lighthouse
Resort, Majestic Motel, Marblehead Bank, Marblehead
Market, Marblehead Galley, Marilyn’s, Marine Tech Con-
cepts, Mar-Lu Motel-Cottages-Marina, Martha & Molly’s,
McDonald’s of Catawba, Mickey Mart Foodstores Inc.,
Mike’s Dockside Service, Inc., Miller Boat Line Inc., Na-
goya Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi, Newport Clothing &
Gear, Ohio Custom Products, Peninsula Motel & RV Park,
Pizza Hut, Port Clinton Ford Inc., Reef Runner Tackle
Company Inc., Rosie’s Bar & Grill, Shore Nuf Charters,
Shrock’s Marina Inc., Skipper Bud’s, Starcher Enterprises,
State Farm Insurance, Surf Bait & Tackle, Sypherd Cycles,
Taylor’s Resort, Tibbels Marina, Toft Dairy Inc., Twisted
Sisters Gallery LLC, U.S. Bank, The Village Clipper Barber
Shop, Waldo Pepper’s Bar & Grill, Walmart, Wendy’s Old-
Fashioned Hamburgers, and Young’s Carpet One.
Neither rain nor winds could keep the MLHS Museum
closed this past season; however the Lighthouse was shut-
tered under these extreme weather conditions. Record-
breaking crowds visited the area and grounds at the Oc-
tober 2013 Lighthouse Festival. Overall, more than 18,415
people climbed the 77 Lighthouse steps this past
season. Special visitors this year included illus-
trator Jodie McCallum, author Nelda Knauff
Adcock, and, on Sept. 15, fifty members of the
U.S. Lighthouse Historical Society originating
in Washington. During the area’s Bicentennial
of 1812 festivities, a nine-piece U.S. Navy jazz
ensemble entertained a large audience at the
base of the Lighthouse. Aside from visitors from
45 U.S. states, world citizens came from four
Canadian provinces, Austria, Australia, Brazil,
China, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong,
New Zealand, Poland, Scotland and Vietnam.
For 2014, the Marblehead Lighthouse and
Museum opens Tuesday, May 27; the Nature &
Nautical Sale in the Museum barn is Saturday,
July 12 (call 419-798-4877 with donations); and
the Lighthouse Festival is Saturday, Oct.11.
In the meantime, Marblehead’s Lighthouse
will be in her holiday attire, snow and icicles un-
til Jan. 11.
Lighthouse festooned for holiday season
Tom Hartman, Barb Mowry, Cheryl Gildenmeister, and Sue Hartman
weathered bitter cold and winds to string garland and tie bows
on Marblehead Lighthouse November 23. (Photo by K Salzgeber)
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HEAD COACH: TOBY BICKEL, 11TH SEASON
LAST SEASON: 21-4 (12-2 SBC)
Key Players: Hope Thorbahn; Tiffany Colston; Han-
nah Weaver; Emily Ashley; Paige Culver; Kennedy Gu-
las; Kristen Wood; Marissa Day
Outlook: Last year was arguably the greatest season in
Port Clinton girls basketball history.
The ‘Skins won a school record 21 games, just missed
out on winning an SBC title and advanced to the Divi-
sion II District Finals before losing to a great Toledo
Rogers club. And on top of that, Port Clinton returns
every member of that team this season, led by star play-
ers Hope Thorbahn and Tiffany Colston.
Both Thorbahn and Colston were all-league selec-
tions last season, but it wasn’t just them who were in-
strumental in leading the ‘Skins to a great season. Last
year, juniors Emily Ashley and Hannah Weaver took
advantage of their opportunities and Kennedy Gulas,
Paige Culver, Kristen Wood, Maddy Burris and Marissa
Day provided much-needed depth for the club.
For Port Clinton, their success will be determined by
how much help Thorbahn and Colston get from their
teammates, as well as the team’s performance on the
defensive end and whether or not they can limit their
turnovers.
Picked to finish second in the SBC by both the me-
dia and the coaches earlier this month, the ‘Skins open
with Bellevue and Woodmore before entering confer-
ence play against Mar-
garetta.

Port Clinton Girls Basketball Preview
FRI NOV 22 HOME BELLEVUE 6:00 PM
SAT NOV 23 AWAY WOODMORE 6:00 PM
TUES DEC 3 HOME MARGARETTA 6:00 PM
SAT DEC 7 AWAY ST. MARY 1:00 PM
TUES DEC 10 AWAY NORWALK 6:00 PM
FRI DEC 13 HOME PERKINS 6:00 PM
TUES DEC 17 HOME HURON 6:00 PM
THUR DEC 19 HOME DANBURY 6:00 PM
SAT DEC 21 HOME CLYDE 6:00 PM
SAT DEC 28 AWAY EDISON 1:00 PM
SAT JAN 4 AWAY OAK HARBOR 1:00 PM
TUES JAN 7 AWAY GALION 5:30 PM
SAT JAN 11 AWAY MARGARETTA 6:00 PM
MON JAN 13 HOME LAKE 6:00 PM
SAT JAN 18 HOME ST. MARY 1:00 PM
WED JAN 22 AWAY FREMONT ROSS 6:00 PM
FRI JAN 24 AWAY PERKINS 6:00 PM
MON JAN 27 HOME FOSTORIA 6:00 PM
SAT FEB 1 AWAY HURON 1:00 PM
TUES FEB 4 HOME OAK HARBOR 6:00 PM
SAT FEB 8 AWAY CLYDE 1:00 PM
THUR FEB 13 HOME EDISON 6:00 PM
2013-2014 Girls Basketball Schedule
Hope Thorbahn* 33 5-10 12
Tiffany Colston* 32 5-10 12
Paige Culver 24 5-7 12
Kristen Wood 22 5-4 12
Maddie Burris 30 5-6 12
Hannah Weaver 4 5-6 11
Kennedy Gulas 3 5-2 11
Emily Ashley 25 5-7 11
Marissa Day 20 5-7 10
Sydney Alexander 14 5-9 10
Bethany Urban 12 5-7 10
Adrianna Hall 11 5-5 10
2013-2014 Girls Varsity
(TOP) Port Clinton’s Marissa Day goes all
out driving to the basket against Bellev-
ue. (ABOVE) Emily Ashley fires up a jump-
er from beyond the arc against Bellevue.
PHOTOS BY BILL MIGALA
www.thebeacon.net
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FRI NOV 29 AWAY BELLEVUE 4:45 PM*
FRI DEC 6 AWAY OAK HARBOR 5:00 PM*
SAT DEC 7 HOME WOODMORE 4:30 PM*
TUES DEC 10 AWAY EDISON 5:00 PM*
MON DEC 23 HOME TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 4:30 PM*
SAT JAN 11 HOME FREMONT ROSS 5:00 PM*
FRI JAN 17 HOME OAK HARBOR 4:30 PM*
SAT JAN 18 AWAY MARGARETTA 5:00 PM*
SAT JAN 25 HOME ST. MARY 5:00 PM*
FRI JAN 31 AWAY PERKINS 5:00 PM*
FRI FEB 7 AWAY HURON 5:00 PM*
SAT FEB 8 AWAY MOHAWK-JV/VAR 6:00 PM
FRI FEB 14 AWAY CLYDE 5:00 PM*
SAT FEB 15 AWAY FOSTORIA-JV/VAR 6:00 PM
FRI FEB 21 HOME EDISON 5:00 PM*
2013-2014 Boys Basketball Schedule
3 Dylan Webb 5’8” Senior
5 Brock Moore 5’10” Senior
13 Stefan Daniels 6’1” Junior
15 Tytan Rumball 6’2” Sophomore
25 Carter Rumball 6’2” Junior
31 Nathan Stubblefield 6’1” Sophomore
33 Drew Foder 6’4” Sophomore
41 Stone Scott 6’2” Sophomore
43 Ian Kyle 6’3” Senior
45 Austin Krupp 6’3” Senior
51 Cameron Rodriguez 6’4” Senior
2013-2014 Boys Basketball Varsity
HEAD COACH: TROY DIELS, 9TH SEASON
LAST SEASON: 5-16 (4-10 SBC)
Key Players: Nathan Stubblefield;
Carter Rumball; Cameron Rodri-
guez; Brock Moore; Dylan Webb; Ian
Kyle; Drew Fodor; Tytan Rumball;
Stone Scott; Stefan Daniels; Austin
Krupp
Outlook: After a rebuilding year in
2012-13, there’s hope that the Port
Clinton Redskins can return to their
past form that has seen them com-
pete for league championships and
go deep into the postseason, as evi-
denced by their runner-up finish in the 2010 OHSAA Di-
vision II Basketball Tournament.
With most of their key players back from last season and
a year of experience under their belt, Troy Diels’ team is
primed for marked improvement from their 5-16 record
in 2012-13.
Leading the way is guard Nathan Stubblefield who burst
onto the scene as a freshman last year and established him-
self as one of the most dynamic players in the Sandusky
Bay Conference. He’s likely in for another good season,
but he’ll need help from his teammates if Port Clinton is
able to drastically improve.
One of them is senior point guard Dylan Webb. How he
performs will be key to the success of the team, especially
until last year’s starting point guard, Brock Moore, who
broke his leg while playing basketball over the summer,
returns. (Moore is hoping to return sometime in Decem-
ber.) He’ll need help from returning letter winner Carter
Rumball out on the wing and Drew Fodor, Ian Kyle and
Cameron Rodriguez in the post. Newcomers Tytan Rum-
ball, Carter’s brother, and Stone Scott, Stefan Daniels and
Austin Krupp will be expected to provide depth as well.
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DIELS
Results of the opening weekend of the
high school girls basketball season:
Girls basketball season opens
(ABOVE) Erin Lavelle defends Brynn Skilliter at the Ge-
noa-Danbury basketball game played Friday. Genoa de-
feated Danbury, 65-40. (RIGHT) Cassidy Rhodes shooting
at the Genoa-Danbury game Friday.
PHOTOS BY JOHN KOZAK
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Friday:
Bellevue 76, Port Clinton 62.
Genoa 65, Danbury 40.
Oak Harbor 63, Rossford 54.
Saturday:
Port Clinton 68, Woodmore 39
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Oak Harbor Girls Basketball
HEAD COACH: TOM KONTAK, 2ND SEASON
LAST SEASON: 16-8 (8-6 SBC)
Oak Harbor High School Basketball Previews
Oak Harbor Boys Basketball
HEAD COACH: ERIC SWEET, 3RD SEASON
LAST SEASON: 11-12 (7-7 SBC)
Key Players: Andy Rathbun; Josh Sar-
ahman; Derek Wood; Cole Weirich; Tate
Haar; Ben Cochran; DeShawn Johnson;
Garrett Harvey; Paul Shay; Tyler Sievert.
Outlook: In just his second season at Oak
Harbor, head coach Eric Sweet was able to
turn things around and point
the program in the right di-
rection. After going 3-18 in
his first year, Sweet’s Rockets
went 11-12, finished fourth in
the Sandusky Bay Conference
and pushed Clyde to the limit
in the sectional tournament.
Oak Harbor does, however,
lose its share of key play-
ers from last season, namely
second-team SBC selections
Greg Haar and A.J. Cecil, the
team’s top two scorers.
But Sweet will have a pletho-
ra of players to choose from to
find that missing production,
a lineup that includes quality
shooters in Andy Rathbun,
Ben Cochran, Paul Shay and
Derek Wood and other play-
ers that can drive to the basket
in Deshawn Johnson, Tyler
Sievert, Andre Ramsey, Tate
Haar, Cole Weirich and Bran-
don Schimming. Josh Sar-
ahman, Garrett Harvey and
Vince Szabo in the post.
In the preseason coaches
poll, Huron, who tied with
Perkins for the league title
last season, was picked to fin-
ish first, followed by Clyde,
with Perkins, St. Mary CC,
Port Clinton, Edison and Oak
Harbor Margaretta rounding
out the conference. The me-
dia picked the league to finish
as follows: Huron, Perkins,
Clyde, SMCC, Port Clinton,
Oak Harbor, Margaretta and
Edison.
Key Players: Andrea Cecil; Amanda Het-
rick; Nikki Weis; Athena Eli; Coral Pe-
tersen; Brandy Lochotzki; Emma Barney;
Emma Bergman; Maddy Rathbun; Allie
Kuhn
Outlook: Oak Harbor has one thing go-
ing for them: they’re loaded with talent.
But they’re also very young and inexpe-
rienced.
After losing four key seniors from last
year’s squad, including their top two scor-
ers (Abbie Gezo, Maria Boers) and point
guard (Makayla Carpenter), the Rockets
will be forced to fill those voids with some
younger, more inexperienced players.
Sophomore Andrea Cecil, who was
Honorable Mention in the Sandusky Bay
Conference last season, is one of three re-
turning letter winners along with seniors
Amanda Hetrick (wing) and Nikki Weis
(post).
Joining those three in the
rotation will be a number
of players, among them
Athena Eli, Emma Bergman
and Brandy Lochotzki at
the wings with Allie Kuhn,
Ivy Martin and Maddie
Rathbun in the post and
freshman Emma Barney at
point guard. Kontak also
notes that Olivia Rollins,
who is recovering from knee
surgery, could be healthy
enough to play by the end
of the month.
Last season, Cecil did a
fine job of getting the ball
out on the break and getting
high-percentage shots while
also setting her teammates
up for scores. She’ll have
to do that again this season
as she’ll be asked to carry
more of the scoring load.
And along with Cecil’s tal-
ent and athleticism, Kontak
hopes the team’s condition-
ing plays a key role in wear-
ing down opponents and
getting wins this season.
00 Cole Weirich W/G 5’8 11
01 Andre Ramsey W/G 5’9 11
02 Tyler Sievert G 6’0 11
03 Ben Cochran W/F 6’0 12
04 Derek Wood W 5’10 12
05 Brandon Schimming W/F 5’11 11
11 Anderson Rathbun W 5”11 12
12 Jake Wistinghausen W 5’8 11
14 Paul Shay W 5’9 11
21 Deshawn Johnson G 6’0 11
24 Tate Haar W/G 5’9 12
35 Josh Sarahman F/C 6’3 12
42 Garrett Harvey C 6’4 11
44Vince Szabo C 6’3 11
Oak Harbor Boys Varsity Basketball
10 Emma Barney G 5’9 09
11 Maddy Rathbun P 5’8 09
12 Makayla Wagner G 5’6 09
13 Emma Bergman G 5’5 09
15 Alexia Weis P 5’7 09
20 Olivia Rollins G 5”9 10
21 Athena Eli G 5’5 10
22 Amanda Hetrick*** G 5’4 12
23 Andrea Cecil* G/P 6’0 10
31 Coral Petersen P 5’6 12
32 Laura Genzman P 5’7 09
33 Brandy Lochotzki G/P 5’5 10
40 Allie Kuhn P 5’10 10
42 Nikki Weis** P 5’9 12
Oak Harbor Girls Varsity Basketball
Fri. Nov. 22 Rossford Away 6:00
Tues Nov. 26 Genoa Home 6:00
Tues. Dec. 3 Edison Away 6:00
Sat. Dec. 7 Huron Home 1:00
Tues. Dec. 10 Bellevue Home 6:00
Fri. Dec. 13 Clyde Away 6:00
Sat. Dec.14 Woodmore Away 1:00
Tues. Dec. 17 SMCC Home 6:00
Sat. Dec. 21 Perkins Away 1:00
Sat. Dec. 28 Margaretta Away 1:00
Sat. Jan. 4 Port Clinton Home 1:00
Mon. Jan. 6 Danbury Home 6:00
Sat. Jan. 11 Edison Home 1:00
Tues. Jan. 14 St. Joe Away 6:00
Sat. Jan. 18 Huron Away 1:00
Fri. Jan. 24 Clyde Home 6:00
Sat. Jan. 25 Eastwood Away 1:00
Sat. Feb. 1 SMCC Away 1:00
Tues. Feb. 4 Port Clinton Away 6:00
Sat. Feb. 8 Perkins Home 1:00
Tues. Feb. 11 Lakota Home 6:00
Thurs. Feb. 13 Margaretta Home 6:00
Oak Harbor Girls Schedule
Fri. Nov. 29 Fostoria (9th) Home 4:30
Fri. Nov. 29 Genoa (JV and V) Home 6:00
Fri. Dec. 6 Port Clinton Home 4:30
Sat. Dec. 7 Lake Away 4:45
Thurs. Dec. 12 Edison Away 5:00
Sat. Dec. 14 Huron Home 5:00
Fri. Dec. 20 Clyde Home 4:30
Sat. Dec. 21 Findlay (9th) Home 4:30
Sat. Dec. 21 Fremont St. Joe (JV & V) Home 6:00
Fri. Dec. 27 SMCC Home 5:00
Sat. Dec. 28 Woodmore Away 4:45
Fri. Jan. 3 Perkins Away 5:00
Tues. Jan. 7 Tiffin Columbian Home 4:30
Fri. Jan. 10 Margaretta (JV and V) Away 6:00
Sat. Jan. 11 Eastwood Home 4:30
Tues. Jan. 14 Lakota Away 5:00
Fri. Jan. 17 Port Clinton Away 4:30
Sat. Jan. 18 Edison Home 4:30
Fri. Jan. 24 Otsego 9th only Away 4:45
Sat. Jan. 25 Huron Away 5:00
Fri. Jan. 31 Clyde Away 4:30
Sat. Feb. 1 Put In Bay – (9th only) Away 11:00
Fri. Feb. 7 SMCC Away 5:00
Fri. Feb. 14 Perkins Home 4:30
Sat. Feb. 15 Danbury (JV & V only) Away 6:00
Fri. Feb. 21 Margaretta (JV and V) Home 6:00
Fri. Feb. 21 Otsego (9th) Home 4:30
Oak Harbor Boys Schedule
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Key Players: Connor Lenthe; Caleb Ger-
ber; Dominic Manuella; James Dorko;
John Rhodes; Hunter Stinchcomb;
Keegan Rakosky
Outlook: After a couple of tough sea-
sons, things are starting to look up for
Drew Davie’s crew.
With just three seniors and a core of
players that have gained crucial experi-
ence in the past few years, good things are
in store for the present and future Dan-
bury Lakers.
This unit, which includes seven return-
ing letter winners in Dominic Manu-
ella, Caleb Berger, John Rhodes, Hunter
Stinchcomb, James Dorko, Keegan Ra-
kosky and Connor Lenthe as well as new-
comers Ryan Chapman and Jon Brooks,
features some versatile athletes who will
benefit from Davie’s decision to have the
team switch from playing zone
to playing man-to-man defense.
Playing in the Toledo Area
Athletic Conference is no easy
task. With heavyweights like Ot-
tawa Hills and Toledo Christian
and quality programs in Mau-
mee Valley CD, Gibsonburg
and Cardinal Stritch, the Lakers
will have their work cut out for
themselves, but they should be
up to the task. Five of Danbury’s
first seven games are on the road,
but it will have opportunities to
get some early wins before get-
ting into the heart of the TAAC
schedule.
(10) Lexi Mitchell: Sophomore
(11) Haley Menier: Junior
(14) Alyx Perram: Sophomore
(20) Megan Stephens*: Junior
(22) Cassidy Rhodes*: Senior
(23) Kelly Lavelle: Sophomore
(25) Erin Lavelle*: Senior
(30) Katie Almendinger*: Senior
(32) Alyssa Almendinger*: Senior
(35) Tori Wright*: Senior
(45) Stephanie Kukay*: Junior
(51) Bri Adams: Sophomore
* Denotes returning letter winner
(1) Dominic Manuella**: Senior
(3) John Rhodes*: Sophomore
(4) Ryan Chapman: Junior
(5) Jon Brooks: Junior
(11) Caleb Gerber*: Junior
(14) Connor Lenthe*: Sophomore
(23) James Dorko*: Junior
(24) Kegan Rakosky**: Senior
(33) Hunter Stinchcomb*: Junior
* Denotes years lettered
Key Players: Erin Lavelle; Katie Almend-
inger; Cassidy Rhodes; Tori Wright; Alyssa
Almendinger; Stephanie Kukay; Megan
Stephens
Outlook: The Lakers were good last year.
Expect them to be better this time around.
Having lost just one player from a unit
that finished third in the TAAC last sea-
son, Danbury should be able to
compete with the best teams in
the conference this year and make
some noise come playoff time.
The Lakers, led by Erin Lavelle,
a first-team TAAC selection last
year, have seven returning letter
winners, a group that includes
Alyssa Almendinger, Katie Al-
mendinger, Cassidy Rhodes, Tori
Wright, Megan Stephens and
Stephanie Kukay. It is a versatile
group, one that has a sufficient
supply of point guards (Rhodes,
A. Almendinger), wings (K. Al-
mendinger, Lavelle, Stephens)
and post players (Wright, Kukay).
And while they’re a talented bunch, how
they play together will determine whether
or not they’re successful this season. But
more than that, it’s their commitment to
defense that will enable them to take the
next step and become a 13-15 win team
that will challenge for a league title.
Danbury High School Basketball Previews
Danbury Boys Basketball Preview
HEAD COACH: DREW DAVIE, 4TH SEASON
LAST SEASON: 1-22 (0-14 TAAC)
Danbury Girls Basketball Preview
HEAD COACH: JOE FETZER, 2ND SEASON
LAST SEASON: 10-13 (9-5 TAAC)
Danbury Girls Varsity Basketball 2013-2014 Roster Danbury Boys Varsity Basketball 2013-2014 Roster
The Danbury Athletic Boosters are hosting
an alumni basketball game on Friday, Dec.
27. Registration is required by December
10th. Call Bill Chapman for more informa-
tion at 419-734-9649 or 419-573-2214, or
contact Drew Davie at the school at 419-798-
4037, ext. 3033. You can also find them on
Facebook. The evening will include a pork
and sauerkraut dinner, raffles, 50/50, etc.
Danbury Athletic Boosters
alumni basketball game
Danbury Boys Schedule
Tue 12-03 Old Fort A 6:00/7:30
Fri 12-06 Ottawa Hills* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-07 Sand. St. Mary C.C. H 6:00/7:30
Tue 12-10 Toledo Christian* H 6:00/7:30
Fri 12-13 MVCD* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-14 Bettsville A 6:00/7:30
Fri 12-20 Fremont. St. Joe A 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-21 St. Wendelin [PN] H 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-28 Margaretta H 6:00/7:30
Sat 01-04 Cardinal Stritch* H 6:00/7:30
Fri 01-10 Northwood* A 6:00/7:30
Fri 01-17 Gibsonburg* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 01-18 Lakota A 6:00/7:30
Fri 01-24 Emmanuel Christian* A 6:00/7:30
Tue 01-28 Ottawa Hills* H 6:00/7:30
Fri 01-31 Toledo Chrisitan* A 6:00/7:30
Tue 02-04 MVCD* H 6:00/7:30
Fri 02-07 Cardinal Stritch* A 6:00/7:30
Tue 02-11 Northwood* H 6:00/7:30
Fri 02-14 Gibsonburg* H 6:00/7:30
Sat 02-15 Oak Harbor H 6:00/7:30
Fri 02-21 Emmanuel Christian* H 6:00/7:30
Danbury Girls Schedule
Fri 11-22 Genoa H 6:00/7:30
Tue 11-26 Huron H 6:00/7:30
Tue 12-03 Fremont St. Joe H 6:00/7:30
Thr 12-05 Ottawa Hills [PN]* H 6:00/7:30
Thr 12-12 Toledo Christian* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-14 MVCD* H 1:00/2:30
Tue 12-17 Cardinal Stritch* A 5/6/7:30
Thr 12-19 Port Clinton A 6:00/7:30
Sat 12-28 Lakota H 1:00/2:30
Fri 01-03 Northwood* H 6:00/7:30
Mon 01-06 Oak Harbor A 6:00/7:30
Thr 01-09 Gibsonburg* H 6:00/7:30
Sat 01-11 Emmanuel Christian* A 1:00/2:30
Tue 01-14 Sand. St. Mary C.C. A 6:00/7:30
Thr 01-16 Ottawa Hills* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 01-18 Toledo Christian* H 1:00/2:30
Tue 01-21 Old Fort A 6:00/7:30
Thr 01-23 MVCD* A 6:00/7:30
Thr 01-30 Cardinal Stritch* H 5/6/7:30
Thr 02-06 Northwood* A 6:00/7:30
Sat 02-08 Gibsonburg* A 6:00/7:30
Thr 02-13 Emmanuel Christian* H 6:00/7:30
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NOTIFICATION
INVITATION TO BID. SEALED
BIDS for the furnishing of
the necessary materials and
construction of the FULTON
STREET RECONSTRUCTION,
PHASE 2 CITY OF PORT
CLINTON, OHIO will be received
by the City of Port Clinton, Ohio
at the office of the Safety Service
Director, 1868 East Perry Street,
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 until
1:00 P.M. (LOCAL TIME) FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 13, 2013 and at that
time and place will be publicly
opened and read aloud. The
project involves the widening
and reconstruction of 640 feet
of Fulton Street from Fourth
Street to the alley between Fifth
and Sixth Street including new
curbs and the replacement of
the existing drainage structures.
In addition, the project includes
the replacement of the existing
water main from Fourth Street
to Seventh Street. The scope of
work includes approximately
1,600 feet of 8” PVC waterline,
430 cubic yards of asphalt,
1,000 cubic yards of aggregate
base, 1,300 feet of concrete
curb, 1,400 feet of underdrains
and 7 drainage structures. The
contract documents, including
plans and specifications, are
on file at the office of the
City of Port Clinton, Ohio, and
the Engineer -- Poggemeyer
Design Group, Inc. (PDG). A set
may be obtained from Becker
Impressions, 4646 Angola
Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614,
Telephone 419-385-5303,
www.pdgplanroom.com. A
non-refundable deposit in
the amount of $50.00 will be
required for each set of plans
and specifications; checks made
payable to Becker Impressions.
The Engineer for the Project is
Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc.,
1168 North Main Street, Bowling
Green, Ohio 43402. All bids must
be signed and submitted on the
blanks which are bound in this
booklet. Bids must state the unit
prices in the blanks provided and
be enclosed in a sealed envelope
marked --- FULTON STREET
RECONSTRUCTION, PHASE 2
--- and addressed to the City of
Port Clinton, Attn: Tracy Colston,
Safety Service Director, 1868 East
Perry Street, Port Clinton, Ohio
43452. The bid guaranty may be
of two forms: 1. A Bid Guaranty
and Contract Bond using the
form in the Contract Documents.
(The amount of the bid does NOT
have to appear on this form.)
2. A certified check, cashier’s
check or letter of credit in favor
of the City of Port Clinton, Ohio,
in the amount of 10% of the
bid. If the contract is awarded, a
Contract Bond will be required,
which is a 100% payment and
performance bond. After the
award of the contract let by
competitive bid and prior to the
time the contract is entered into,
bidders shall submit the affidavit
required under the Ohio Revised
Code, Section 5719.042 that
the bidder was not charged with
any delinquent personal property
taxes in Ottawa County, Ohio.
The successful bidder will be
required to pay not less than the
minimum wage rates established
by the Department of Industrial
Relations of the State of Ohio.
The City of Port Clinton, Ohio
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids and to waive any
irregularity in any bid and to
determine the lowest and best
bidder. The City is an equal
opportunity employer. DOMESTIC
STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS
AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION
153.001 OF THE REVISED
CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT.
COPIES OF SECTION 153.001
OF THE REVISED CODE CAN BE
OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE
OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
for a period of 60 days after the
scheduled closing time for the
receipt of bids. The estimated
cost of construction is $505,000.
Mr. Tracy Colston, Safety Service
Director
The Danbury Local Board of
Education is looking to fill a
vacancy on its Board. Citizens
interested in being considered
for appointment to the Danbury
Local Board of Education should
pick up a packet in the District
Central office. According
to the Ohio School Boards
Association, people serving on
school boards in Ohio must be
district residents and registered
voters. The Danbury Local Board
of Education will review all
applications, interview interested
parties and fill the vacancy at a
special meeting of the Danbury
Local Board of Education on
January 22, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Deadline for applications is
December 31, 2013
SHERIFF’S SALE, REAL ESTATE
CASE NUMBER 09CV122E.
Plaintiff: Countrywide Bank,
FSB vs. Defendants: Timothy R.
Pelton, et al. Court of Common
Pleas, Ottawa County, Ohio. In
pursuance of an Order of Sale
to me directed from said Court,
in the above entitled action, I
will expose for sale at public
auction in Room 100, 1st floor of
the Ottawa County Courthouse,
Port Clinton, Ohio on Friday,
December 20, 2013, at 10:00
A.M. of said day, the following
real estate, situated in the State
of Ohio, County of Ottawa and
in the Township of Catawba. To
see the full legal description visit
the Ottawa County Recorder’s
Office on the second floor of
the Ottawa County Courthouse,
315 Madison St., Room 204,
Port Clinton, OH 43452.
Parcel: 013-14452-19456-
010. Property address: 4769 E.
Wood Duck Court, Port Clinton,
OH. Appraised at: $575,000.00.
TERMS OF SALE: cannot be
sold for less than 2/3rds of
the appraised value. 10%
down on the day of sale, cash
or certified check. Balance
due upon confirmation of sale
by Court of Common Pleas.
Appraisals based on EXTERIOR
view of buildings only. Stephen
J. Levorchick, Sheriff, Ottawa
County, Ohio By Deputy Rhonda
St.Clair. Publish dates: 11/28/13,
12/5/13, 12/12/13. Attorney
Michael W. Sandwisch, Post
Office Box 129, Port Clinton, OH
43452. Tel: 419-734-6511
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
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PUBLIC AUCTION
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36.806 Acres of Tillable/Development Land
High Traffc Area
US 53 & SR 2 Interchange South of Port Clinton, Ohio
Saturday, December 14, 2013 at NOON
Auction conducted at the farm located just off US 53 (W.
Fremont Rd) at S. Wonnell Rd, Port Clinton, Ohio just behind
the Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union. Signs will be
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Great Potential for Development or Productive farm-
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Legal: 36.806 Acres, Bay Township, Ottawa, Ohio
Parcel # 0060339204363000
Taxes $288.65 per half 2012
Terms: 5% down payment on day of auction with the bal-
ance paid in full within 30 days. Selling in “AS IS” condi-
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subject to fnancing. Purchasers must have their fnancing
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the readers with manuals,
directories and other materials
designed to help their clients
establish mail order selling and
other businesses at home. Under
NO circumstance should you
send any money in advance or
give the client your checking,
license ID, or credit card
numbers. Also beware of ads
that claim to guarantee loans
regardless of credit and note
that if a credit repair company
does business only over the
phone it is illegal to request
any money before delivering its
service. All funds are based in US
dollars. Toll free numbers may or
may not reach Canada.
FINANCIAL
MISCELLANEOUS
SCHOOLS/EDUCATION
WANTED TO BUY
WATERPROOFING

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