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This is it!

The
Catawba/Marblehead
Parade of Homes is
this coming weekend.
Be sure to check out
our 40-page special
section inserted into
this weeks Beacon
for all the particulars. Extra copies will
be available at the Lake Erie Shores and
Islands Visitors Center and at Bassetts
Market. It all kicks off Thursday night
at the Crows Nest on Ohio 269 N. on
Marblehead from 6 to 8 p.m. There will
be a special wine tasting and lots of hors
doeuvres. Tickets are $20 and will be
available at the door. We have a tremen-
dous group of developments in our area
that will have some fantastic condos, vil-
las, etc. on display. Hours of the tour are
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and noon
to 4 on Sunday.
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That was quite a storm that blew
through Catawba and Marblehead on
Sunday afternoon. We live in the Island
Pines subdivision on Catawba which
was hard hit. We lost a number of those
large, beautiful
pine trees that
line the street,
as did many of
our neighbors.
Then, as hap-
pened in many
neighborhoods on
Catawba, the neighbors all got together
with work gloves and chainsaws and the
street was cleared before darkness fell on
Sunday.
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Our Find Wylie winner this
week is Phil Adkins from Port
Clinton who was among the
127 contestants who found Wy-
lie in the ad for Community Market on
page 7A in last weeks Beacon. Phil wins
our weekly $20 gift card from Friend-
ship Food Stores. Well be hiding Wylie
again this week, if you fnd him, drop
off an entry form at our offce in the
Beacon Place Business Center or click
on the Find Wylie Icon at our website:
www.thebeacon.net.
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The annual 41-82 Fishing Tourna-
ment is this Sunday, July 8, and spon-
sored by a whole host of Marblehead
and Catawba Island folks. According
to the entry form, This Tournament
has been established for the purpose of
bringing people together to celebrate
good times on Lake Erie and to promote
fun, recreational fshing as well as com-
munity involvement in the protection
of those waters we sometimes take for
granted. The entry fee is $50 per angler
and $30 per friend and fun-seeker! You
can turn your entry forms in by Thurs-
day night, July 5, at Crows Nest or to
Michelle at Allure Signs and Printing.
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Ottawa County 4-H is hosting its an-
nual Chicken Barbecue this Sunday, July
8, at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds on
Ohio 163 between Port Clinton and Oak
Harbor. Dinners will be served from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. with dine-in and drive-
thru service available. The cost is $8 per
half-chicken dinner. All proceeds go to
maintain high quality 4-H opportuni-
ties for Ottawa County youth.
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By JOHN SCHAFFNER
Parade of Homes is here!
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The 2012 National Rife and Pistol Cham-
pionships begin July 9 at Camp Perry in
Port Clinton. Conducted by the National
Rife Association and the Civilian Marks-
manship Program, with assistance from the
Ohio National Guard, these matches are of-
ten referred to as the World Series of the
Shooting Sports. A tradition at Camp Perry
since 1907, the championships are divided
into fve separate phases: Pistol, Smallbore
3-Position, Smallbore Prone, High Power
and Long Range.
The NRA, CMP and the Ohio National
Guard work together and will continue to
do so to make the National Championships
the most prestigious matches in the world,
said NRA President David A. Keene. We
National
Matches
starting
Monday
The Benton Carroll Salem School Board
has completed the superintendents search
and chosen an energetic leader for the dis-
trict. The board started
with a feld of more
than 25 candidates and
fnished by conducting
extensive background
and reference checks
consisting of phone
conversations and dis-
trict visits. The result
of the boards exhaus-
tive search is the hiring
of Dr. Guy Parmigian
as the districts next superintendent.
Parmigian comes to B-C-S from Green-
ville City Schools in Greenville, where he
served their district as Curriculum and Ca-
reer Technology Director. During his tenure
at Greenville, he had many different roles
and responsibilities from Assistant High
School Principal to special education and
the implementation of intervention pro-
grams. Parmigian gained experience in hir-
ing and negotiating contracts while working
alongside their superintendent. Greenville
has been in the cost cutting mode for the
past 5 years while their test scores have risen
in that same time period from continuous
improvement to excellent.
Parmigian is the frst to admit that the
success of the school district could not be
achieved without community involvement
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July 9 First Shot Ceremony
July 10-14 NRA National Pistol
Championships
July 18-21 NRA National Smallbore
Rife Position Championships
July 22-26 NRA National Smallbore
Rife Prone Championships
Aug. 5 NRA/Springfeld M1A Match
Aug. 6-10 NRA National High Power
Rife Championships
Aug. 11-15 NRA Long Range
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Like many around Catawba, this neighborhood group gathered to clear
the roads after a tree blocked the entrance to Oak Lake. Shown here
are: Kurt Hanson, Mike Weiss, Carl Overmyer, Jennifer Overmyer, Rob
Berlekamp, Randy Berlekamp, Marilyn Smith, Mathew Puda, Al Ortega
and Barbara Radebaugh.
Trees were ripped from the ground at the home of Al and Delores Ortega on West Catawba Road during Sundays storm.
Storm rips through area
This photo, taken by lifeguard Paige Culver, shows
the menacing roing in Sunday over the pool at Port
Clinton Yacht Club.
Although Catawba Island saw most of the damage
from Sundays storm, winds wreaked havoc around
the area. At left, a tree ripped down a power line
before smashing into this home in the 400 block of
Seventh Street in Port Clinton.
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Education &
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Tobacco Cessation for Adults
6-8 week program 6-7:30pm
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Diabetes Education Instructional
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and a Registered Nurse for diabetic
individuals and their families.
Physician referral needed. For times
and dates, call 419-734-3131 ext.
3544.
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Support Groups
Multiple Sclerosis Support Group
1st Tuesday each month
6:30pm-8pm Conf Center
For more info 419-607-6021
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Support Group 6:30pm
1st Thur each month Conf Center
For more info 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 info 419-732-6264
Chronic Pain Support Group
2nd Thursday each month 6pm
Conf Center 419-271-3915 for info
Alzheimers Support Group
2nd Monday each month 9am
Conf Center 419-734-3131
ext. 3363 for more info
Caregiver Support Group
2nd Wed each month 6:30pm
Conf Center For info 419-734-5050
Diabetic Support Group
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Noon 1pm Conf Center
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Cancer Support Group
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Blood Pressure & Glucose Screening
2nd Thur each month Magruder Lab
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Donald Helle Jr.
Feb. 10, 1953 June 28, 2012
Donald Helle Jr., 59, of Port Clinton, passed away
Thursday, June 28, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Cen-
ter, Toledo, surrounded by his loving family.
Visitation was Sunday, July 1, in the Gerner-Wolf-
Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, with the funeral
Monday, July 2. Interment was in Lacarpe Cemetery,
LaCarne.
Dolores Seckel
Aug. 29, 1928 June 29, 2012
Dolores Seckel., 83, of Lakeside, passed away Friday,
June 29, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor.
A memorial service will be held in Marion at a later
date. Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crema-
tory, Port Clinton, is assisting the family with arrange-
ments.
Obituaries
Birth
A baby boy was born June 26 at Firelands Regional
Medical Center to Michele and Zachariah Toris of Port
Clinton.
The Ottawa County Republican Womens Club is once
again responsible for lining Perry Street and Fremont
Road in Port Clinton with American Flags to celebrate
the Fourth of July. They are also honoring those who
serve and have served in the U.S. Military.
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Youre invited to join the Humane Society of Ottawa
County at its Kitty & Kiddie Fair this coming weekend,
July 7-8. There will be lots to do for all: games and fun
for the kids, a yard sale for the parents and plenty of kit-
tens to choose from for adoption. Its all happening at the
Humane Society Shelter, 2424 E. Sand Road, east of Port
Clinton starting at 10 a.m.
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I spoke with Ron Miller regarding the response to his
new Listening Room performance venue at the Our
Guest Inn downtown. They are already selling out the
performances! The frst is Friday night with shows at 6
and 9 p.m. It sounds like a good time. Just $13.50 per
person gets you in for a two-drink minimum.
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A triathlon of sorts is coming up at White Star Park
near Gibsonburg on Saturday, July 21, starting at 8 a.m.
The event will consist of a 750-meter swim, a 20-kilome-
ter bike ride and a 5-kilometer run. There are websites
if you want to learn more: www.hfpracing.com or www.
whitestartriathlon.com. You can also register online.
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There are a couple of special events coming up this
month at Harbor Lanes on Buckeye Boulevard in Port
Clinton. First will be a Cornhole Tournament on Satur-
day, July 14, with a $100 frst prize based on 10 teams.
Practice starts at 11 a.m. with the frst round beginning
at 12:30 p.m. The entry fee is $20 per team (pre-regis-
tered) and $30 per team for walk-ins. Then, later in the
month on Saturday, July 28, there will be an indoor/out-
door fea market from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can reserve
your spot now with only 15 spaces available inside. For
information about these events, call Sue at 419-734-2695.
and support. In conjunction with Darke County Work-
force Development, he met with many area businesses to
better match the skills of the students in the school district
with those required by area employers. Greenville Schools
are similar to BCS in that they have also had to close
some of their outlying elementary buildings. Parmigian
worked to promote a positive transition between the staff,
students and community members through this diffcult
process. He brings a wealth of educational experience to
this position and embraces the challenge of leading our
district.
Parmigian stated, It will be a privilege to serve the stu-
dents, families and community of BCS Schools. I will do
my best to work with all district stakeholders to build for
the future. I will be guided by the fact that students are
job number one.
TELL TALES from 1A
SUPERINTENDENT from 1A
A recent news article published in
The Beacon has become an inspira-
tion and an emotional lifesaver to an
89 year-old grandmother.
Genevieve Prorok, a retired el-
ementary school librarian, continues
her life of service by taking up the
sewing of pillowcases for hospitalized
children here in Northwest Ohio. On
June 27th , Prorok donated 46 hand-
made pillowcases to Linda Peiffer, re-
gional coordinator for Toledo/North-
west Ohio ConKerr Cancer program
serving Toledo and Mercy Childrens
hospital.
Before having a major stroke 3 years
ago, Prorok spent many hours sew-
ing dolls to be given to children in
disaster situations by local frefght-
ers. Since her stroke, the dolls had
become too diffcult for her to sew,
leaving her frustrated, feeling useless
and without purpose.
On a recent visit to her daughter
in Port Clinton, Barb Cabral, Prorok
read of the need for pillowcases to
help cheer up sick children. Follow-
ing the instructions published in The
Beacon, she began making pillowcas-
es. The pillowcase sewing project has
given her a new purpose in life and
gives her joy thinking of the children
who will receive them. Surrounded
daily by piles of pillowcases, she is an
inspiration to all. Prorok set a per-
sonal goal of making one pillowcase
each and every day and continues to
fulfll that commitment.
Prorok said she now has a renewed
mission in life and if she can fnd a
new purpose that benefts others, she
says anyone can do the same.
89 year-old fnds new lease
on life sewing pillowcases
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Edgewood Manor Health & Rehabilitation Center has
just received a defciency free health survey from The
Ohio Department of Health. A defciency free survey rep-
resents that all aspects of the facility are being operated
by the guidelines set forth by the State. Each department
is thoroughly reviewed and evaluated by the Department,
over 500 regulations in a span of four days. They found
no areas of concern. Edgewood Manor has now joined a
small group of facilities in the State of Ohio to earn such
results.
Lori Lieb-Opfer, CEO and Administrator of Edgewood
Manor is elated with the results of the 2012 survey. I
am so very proud of our team. Each and every member
of our staff helped achieve this goal and earn a defciency
free health survey. Last year only 12x% of Ohio facilities
earned a defciency free health survey. It is very rare and
I couldnt be more pleased. Opfer added, We know that
we come to work each day, in a diffcult industry, and give
100% to the care of our residents. It is heartwarming for
the Ohio Department of Health to agree!
Edgewood Manor, owned and operated by Covenant
Care, recently received many achievements from their
corporate offce as well. They were recognized for both
their Operational and Clinical Excellence.
Edgewood Manor is located at 1330 S. Fulton Street,
Port Clinton.
To take a tour of the facility or for more information, call
Carrie McGlothlin, Marketing & Community Outreach
Director at 419-734-5506.
Edgewood
Manor earns
defciency free
health survey
The 18th annual run/walk fund-
raiser for Ottawa County Habitat
for Humanity was a great success
thanks to the help of several local
businesses. The monies raised will
go toward building a home for a lo-
cal family who otherwise may not be
able to own a home.
The day featured a 5-mile run,
3-mile run/walk and a kids fun half-
mile run at Catawba Island Club on
June 3. There were more than 200
runners and walkers and more than
$15,000 was raised. Post-race events
included a buffet, music by the Ca-
lypso Gypsies and trophies for win-
ners of all ages.
The CIC committee consisted of
Dave Kruse, Holly Geary, Jim Wild-
man, Mary Ann Alton, Michael and
Virginia Schenk and many CIC em-
ployee and member volunteers who
all came together to give time, mon-
ey and cheer on the participants.
Local businesses that helped in-
cluded Miller Boat Line, Crown Bat-
tery, Pier 53 Marine and Monterey
Boats, Roth and Bacon Attorneys
at Law, Gene Ptacek and Son Fire
Equipment, Steve Hahn and Pru-
dential Insurance, Chris Redfern,
Firelands Winery, Freedom Boat
Club, Cleveland Menu Printing,
Ship Shape Marine, Gerner-Wolf-
Walker Funeral Home, Baumann
Auto Center, Hartung Title, North
Coast Property Management, Ken
Gill Construction, Tofts Dairy, Na-
tional Bank of Ohio, Bolte Insur-
ance, Catawba Mini Storage, USG,
Catawba Moorings and Magruder
Hospital. Logo to a Tee did all the
T-shirt design and Davenport Sign
provided course signage, Culligan
donated on course water and Gor-
don Foods, Bassetts Market and US
Foods provided food for all runners
and walkers.
This is a team fundraiser with
many, many helping and caring
hands working to aid a very good
cause. We even have a Harley driven
by Steve Smith leading the charge on
a beautiful run through the Catawba
Cliffs, said Michael Schenk, CIC
general manager.
Special thanks go to the Catawba
Cliffs Association, Catawba Volun-
teer Fire Department and Police for
logistical help and the race course.
More than $15K comes
in at run/walk for Habitat
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On Thursday, June 28, Joyful
Connections and Ottawa County
CASA held the Rally for the Kids
Shopping Spree at Bassetts Mar-
ket. The lucky winner was Lynn
Schmidt. Her ticket was drawn
at the Rally for the Kids event in
May. Schmidt was given 3 min-
utes to fll as many shopping carts
as possible. Before participating
in the shopping spree, Schmidt
and her husband Tim spent time
formulating her plan of attack.
The start of the shopping spree
was in the produce section, but
Lynn quickly headed to the meat
aisle. All together, she was able to
grab more than $500 worth of
groceries in the 3-minute allotted
time.
The shopping spree raffe was
held in conjunction with the Ral-
ly for the Kids fundraising event
in May. Both Joyful Connections
and Ottawa County CASA are
organizations that help children
and families in crisis situations.
Joyful Connections mission
is to provide a healthy, safe and
home-like environment where
children can interact with fam-
ily members in a non-judgmental
setting. Ottawa County CASAs
mission is to advocate on behalf
of abused, neglected and depen-
dent children.
Both organizations rely heavily
on the generosity of their donors
and would like to thank everyone
who purchased a ticket for the
raffe. Also, the shopping spree
and the Rally for the Kids event
would not have been possible
without the kind consideration
and help of Mike Bassett.
Shopping spree held
at Bassetts Market
Magistrate Louis P. Wargo III recently
presided over a special session of the Otta-
wa County Municipal Court to recognize
three graduates of its Benchmark Alco-
hol/Drug and Mental Health Intervention
Court Program. The Court session, fol-
lowed by a reception for the graduates and
their supporters, honored the programs
graduates for their successful completion
of the two-year court program.
Since its inception nearly four years ago,
the Benchmark Program has served the
families and citizens of Ottawa County by
addressing the Countys mental health and
substance abuse issues, said Judge Freder-
ick C. Hany II.
Wargo, who regularly presides over the
weekly court sessions, commended the
graduates, stressing the fact that each of
them has made great strides turning their
lives around for not only their betterment
but also their families, friends and our
community as well.
Weve never seen the energy and excite-
ment before that weve seen with these
three graduates, he said These particular
graduates, have seen that through their
perseverance, hard work and commit-
ment, that they have not only bettered
themselves, but others as well. All three
graduates have served as a positive role
model and mentor for those participants
following them in the program.
The Courts Benchmark Intervention
Program has been, with the assistance of
the Ottawa County Prosecutors Offce and
other community agencies, supervising
a rehabilitation program for chemically
dependent individuals as well as individu-
als with serious mental health problems
charged with misdemeanor offenses since
July 2008.
Funding for the establishment and op-
eration of the Intervention Court was
initially being supplemented by a Depart-
ment of Justice Grant, but has, since that
date, received the full support of the Ot-
tawa County Commissioners.
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work confidently knowing if anything unexpected happens on your
way, there are Roadside Rescue representatives who are just a
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The The Compassionate Friends of Ot-
tawa County invites bereaved parents, sib-
lings, relatives and friends to register now
for a 1-mile Walk to Remember at 1 p.m.
Sunday, July 22.
As the worlds largest self-help bereave-
ment organization, The Compassionate
Friends offers friendship, understanding
and hope to families that have experienced
the death of a child. There are more than
640 chapters in the United States, includ-
ing all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and
Puerto Rico. The local event is being held
in conjunction with The Compassionate
Friends National Walk to Remember in
Costa Mesa, Calif., where as many as 1,500
are expected to participate.
Dozens of chapters across
the country are expected
to join in concurrent walks
throughout the day.
The local walk will start
East Harbor State Parks
Lakeview Shelter at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 22.
Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. Follow-
ing the walk, there will be a balloon release
and potluck lunch.
You do not need to be a member of The
Compassionate Friends to join with us and
you do not need to walk the full 1-mile,
says chapter leader Roseann Hickman.
We welcome everyone who wants to join
hands and hearts in remembering all chil-
dren who have died too soon.
Anyone interested in walking should
call Hickman at 419-308-4690 to receive a
registration form. Registration is $10 and
pre-registered walkers will receive a special
Compassionate Friends walk T-shirt, as
well as a walk bib to record the names of
those being remembered. Participants are
encouraged to seek pledges that will go to
the local chapter to support outreach and
chapter activities.
The Compassionate Friends of Ottawa
County meets at Peace Lutheran Church
the frst Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
For information, call Hickman at 419-308-
4690. For information about the national
organization and other chapter locations,
call toll-free 877-969-0010 or visit TCFs
national website at www.compassionate-
friends.org.
Register now for Walk to Remember
THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS
Photo by Duane Waite
FLOATING PIECE OF HISTORY
PT 748, a World War II-style 70-foot restoration, is now calling Port Clinton home. It
was recently purchased by the Liberty Aviation Museum, which is scheduled to open
the Ford Tri Motor Museum soon on State Road.
Court celebrates
Benchmark Program grads
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AROUNDOTTAWACOUNTY
The Beacon
1608 E. Perry St.
Port Clinton, Ohio
43452
419-734-9243
Propane Prices
DRASTICALLY
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Put-in-Bay &
Kelleys Island
Late-Night
Service
Every Day!
Come Join the Party!
Membership has its privileges
Clubhouse with 3 distinct dining areas, lounge & outdoor deck
Olympic size pool with a large decks and loads of lounge chairs
Outdoor snack bar for casual food and drink
Nor Easter Club
and Marina
A Private Dining and Yacht Club on Catawba
2801 NorEaster Cove Drive, Port Clinton
~ At the Harbor Island Bridge ~
Visit www.noreasterclub.com for membership
information and application or call 419.797.4466
17 N. Monroe St., Port Clinton 419-734-5173
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DINNER SPECIALS LUNCH SPECIALS
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Tues. - Prime Rib Dinner $11.99
Wed. - Beef Ribs Dinner $10.99
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Fri. - All you can eat white fsh $10.99
- Jumbo Shrimp Dinner $10.99
Sat. - Lobster & Steak $24.99
Sun. - Chicken Dinner $10.99
Mon. - Fri.
Choice of Two: Soup, Salad,
1/2 Sandwhich or Wrap $6.99
Happy Hour
Monday - Thursday 3-7 pm
Friday Wine & Cheese 4-8 pm
Flat Screen TVs
for Sporting Events
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308 E. Perkins Ave.
Mon-Th 9-7 Fri & Sat 9-5
Sun 12-4
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3274 NE Catawba Road
Port Clinton, Ohio
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Stop in and enjoy our showrooms!
~ Quality Home Furnishings Affordably Priced ~
Custom Window Treatments Blinds Shutters Lamps
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Monday - Saturday 10-6 Sundays 11-3
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Ask about our
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Come and Meet Our Professional Interior Designers
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And Many More
All children ages preschool through sixth grade are invited to attend VBS from 9 a.m.
to noon July 16-20 at Tall Timbers Campground (Christy Chapel Road in Port Clinton).
This VBS/Day Camp is free and open to campers and the surrounding communities.
Fun activities have been planned as children for ages 3 years through sixth grade.
They will travel through
the science, game, craft and
helping hands center, sing
songs, enjoy a snack, while
learning about Daniel and
his courage.
Children (and their fami-
lies) are invited to stay after
VBS each day and enjoy the
cool waters of Tall Tim-
bers pond swimming area.
This event is sponsored by
the side-by-side ministries
of St. John and St. Paul Lu-
theran churches, Lakeside-
Marblehead.
The community and
campers are also invited
to join the churches for a
shelterhouse worship at
10 a.m. Sunday, July 22, at
Tall Timbers Campground.
A cookout will follow. To
register for VBS, contact
St. Paul Lutheran Church
at 419-734-1662 or Chrissy
French at 419-341-4653.
All are welcome to VBS
at Tall Timbers Campground
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HEALTH
Thursday, July 5, 2012 7A
Firelands Regional Health System has
acquired the Imaging Center, Womens
Imaging Center, Urgent Care and Occupa-
tional Health Center service lines formerly
operated by Northern Ohio Medical Spe-
cialists. FRMC began operating the service
lines effective July 2. Firelands Physician
Group began operating the Urgent Care
Service Line on July 1. Services will con-
tinue to be offered at the 2500 W. Strub
Road facility and will continue with the
same hours of service.
Employees of the Imaging Center, Wom-
ens Imaging Center and Occupational
Medical Center were transitioned into
similar positions within Firelands, ensur-
ing the integrity of services being offered.
Likewise, employees of the Urgent Care
were transitioned into similar positions
within Firelands Physician Group.
Martin Tursky, President and CEO of
Firelands Regional Medical Center, states:
It is exciting to see the strengths of Fire-
lands Regional Medical Center and NOMS
come together to more effectively pro-
vide these services to the region currently
served by both entities. We are pleased to
be able to continue to enhance services
and provide added convenience to the
community.
The 2500 W. Strub Road
facility offers an additional
location for patients to re-
ceive services similar
to other satellite locations
Firelands Regional Medi-
cal Center and Firelands
Physician Group provide
throughout the region, in-
cluding Physical Therapy
sites, Laboratory sites and
Physician Offces. Patients
registering for Imaging Ser-
vices and Womens Imaging
services will have the option
of receiving their services at
2500 W. Strub Road or at
the Main Campus facility.
(Most Imaging procedures
will also be available at the
Strub Road facility.) Addi-
tionally, patients schedul-
ing digital mammography,
DEXA and select ultra-
sound studies can choose
the Main Campus Womens
Health & Wellness Center,
or the Womens Health &
Wellness Center at the Strub
Road facility.
Business clients of Fire-
lands Regional Medical
Center Corporate Health
Center and the former NOMS Occupa-
tional Health Center will be seen at 5420
Milan Road for scheduled appointments,
non-injury services, work-related injuries
and follow-up care, Monday through Fri-
day 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Work-related injuries
and follow-up care will also be seen at
2500 W. Strub Road, Suite 120, Monday
through Friday 1 to 9 p.m. and Saturday
and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Severe
injuries and injuries occurring outside of
these hours should use Firelands Regional
Medical Centers Emergency Room at the
Main Campus facility.
Firelands Physician Group Urgent Care
will provide diagnosis and treatment of
minor injuries and illnesses for all ages.
Located at 2500 W. Strub Road, Suite 120,
Firelands Physician Group Urgent Care is
available when individuals need to be seen
promptly by a physician, are unable to get
an appointment with their physician, it is
after hours, or if individuals do not have
a primary care physician. Most major in-
surances are accepted. Firelands Regional
Medical Center Emergency Room will
continue to serve those patients with more
critical conditions. For information about
Firelands Physician Group Urgent Care,
call 419-557-6490 or visit frelandsphysi-
ciangroup.com.
The goal is to make all these operational
changes as smooth as possible for patients,
explains Tursky. Individuals utilizing the
2500 W. Strub Road facility will register for
services by calling the Centralized Sched-
uling offces at Firelands Regional Medical
Center at 419-557-7840.
To learn more about the acquisition or
for information on services, visit frelands.
com. Firelands Regional Medical Center is
the regions largest resource for advanced
healthcare services as well as being known
for providing high-quality care for daily
and routine health needs.
NOMS will continue to operate its multi-
specialty physician practices at 2500 W.
Strub Road and throughout the region.
419.798.8203
9400 North Shore Blvd. Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440 www.Otterbein.org
What do you dream about ?
Rewards of Aging
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Firelands Regional Medical Center
acquires NOMS Service Lines
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SCHOOLS
The Beacon
Dr. Williams sees patients full time in Fremont
Memorial
Ear, Nose & Throat
(E.N.T.) Specialty Care
James M. Williams, M.D., Ph.D.
Memorial Ear, Nose & Throat
Specialty Care physician James
Williams, M.D., Ph.D. specializes
in treating adult and pediatric
ear, nose and throat conditions,
including surgery for head
and neck disorders.
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Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
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Nasal and Septal Surgery
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Laser Surgery
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Head and Neck Surgery
(for tumors and facial skin cancer)
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Evaluation and treatment of
dizziness and balance disorders
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Tonsillectomies
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ear surgery
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Snoring and obstructive
sleep apnea surgery
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Pediatric upper airway
surgery and ear tubes
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Treatment of hearing loss
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For an appointment with Dr. Williams, call his office at 567.201.2890.
MEMORIAL EAR, NOSE & THROAT SPECIALTY CARE
605 Third Avenue, Fremont
Office: 567.201.2890
(This is a local call in Fremont)
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(just east of Fort Firelands)
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732-0000
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CALL MATT FOR FREE IN-HOME MEASURE 419-502-0049
Located at 214 E. Perkins Ave (Perkins Plaza)
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9-5 Daily 9-4 Sat 12-3 Sun
Discount Flooring & Design
HUGE 4th of July
Weekend Sale
Save 50 off all carpet & pad
$49 installation
(with the purchase of carpet & pad)
Dr. Jerome Webster began his duties July 2 as the sixth
president of Terra State Community College.
Members of the campus community lined the hallway to
greet Webster as he reported for his frst day and a small
reception followed.
I am very excited, humbled and honored to serve in this
role, Webster said. I believe so much opportunity exists
at the college to serve our students and all of our com-
munities with distinction. I look forward to working with
what I believe is the best faculty and staff on any college
campus.
Webster served as the Vice
President for Student and
Administrative Affairs at
Terra since August 2008.
Earlier this year, the board
of trustees chose him to
succeed President Dr. Mar-
sha S. Bordner upon her
retirement.
He has a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Business Admin-
istration with a concentra-
tion in human resources
from Olivet College in
Michigan. After working
as a residence hall director
and housing coordinator at
Olivet, he briefy served as a
human resources associate
at Standard Federal Bank.
Webster returned to high-
er education when he ac-
cepted a position at the University of
Toledo. He spent 10 years working in
various positions in university housing. After completing
his masters degree in educational technology and human
resources development, Webster entered the doctoral pro-
gram in higher education administration at the University
of Toledo.
Participation in the distinguished Community College
Presidential Fellowship Program brought Webster to Ter-
ra, where he eventually was hired as the Dean of Student
Services.
In January 2003, he accepted the position of Dean of
Students at Lawrence Technological University in South-
feld, Mich. Four years later, he accepted the position of
Dean of Student Affairs with Cuyahoga Community Col-
lege in Cleveland.
Websters previous service includes being chairman
of the task force on professional staff recruitment and a
member of the conference host committee for the Great
Lakes Association of College and University Housing Of-
fcers. He was also a member and conference chairman of
the Ohio Housing Offcers organization, a member of the
Ohio Council for Student Development and a delegate for
the American Association of Community Colleges.
He has served as a member-at-large for the Michigan
College Personnel Association, the states organization for
professionals working in student affairs. He is past presi-
dent of the Ohio Association of Community Colleges
Chief Student Affairs Offcers group.
He is a member of Rotary Club International-Fremont
Chapter, a board member of the Sandusky County Ameri-
can Red Cross and a member of the development com-
mittee for the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center.
Webster begins tenure
as Terras president
LOCAL
WINS
GOLD!
Kyle Lucas, a Port Clinton/
Vanguard student, wins
aGold metal in SkillsUSA
National Competition
held in Kansas City, Mo.,
on June 27. He received
his medal in the category
of Welding Art Sculpture.
He won Gold in the State
competition held back in
April which qualifed him
to go to Nationals.
www.thebeacon.net
AROUNDOTTAWACOUNTY
Thursday, July 5, 2012 9A
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On Selected
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After 25 years, Linda & Roger Velliquette
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PLAYTIME IN MARBLEHEAD
Seven baby foxes and their mom are living in the cave of rocks by Capt. Rons house
in Marblehead. They moved to Lakeside when Ron and Mary came back from Florida,
but have returned. They are the talk of the town.
Employees from
the Ottawa Coun-
ty Soil and Water
Conversation Dis-
trict and Natural
Recourses Conser-
vation Service met
Wednesday, June 13,
at the Schuffenecker
Farm to talk about
Great Lakes Res-
toration Initiative
grants.
Tom Schuffe-
necker, the owner
of Schuffenecker
Farms, discussed his
passion for no-till
farming and other
conservation farm-
ing practices. No-till farming is when seed is planted into undisturbed soil, which keeps
residue on the soil helping to diminish soil erosion, and retain soil moisture through the
season. In reference to no-till farming, residue is just keeping plant matter, such as roots,
stems and stalks, in the felds. In fact, Schuffenecker has a feld which he has been no-
till planting for 13 consecutive years. He also methodically rotates his crops from year
to year to keep nutrients in the soil, and obtain sustainable yields. His rotation is: corn,
beans, wheat, beans and corn.
When asked why he no-till farms, Schuffenecker simply stated: Because I believe in it.
He further explained that he believes that no-till farming is the best way to keep the
soil where it belongs; after all, soil is the farmers factory. Schuffenecker went on to say
that in his opinion plant roots are the best way to till the soil. No-till can be a sustain-
able way of life for farmers in the wet soils of Northwest Ohio, especially when managed
properly like Schuffenecker Farms.
Farmer spreads word
about no-till method
Tom Schuffenecker explains his passion for no-till farming.
At the regular meeting of the Danbury
Township Trustees held June 27, the fol-
lowing business was conducted:
Road Superintendent Brett Waldron re-
ported the shelter house has been rented
10 times, there have been 35 games at the
ball felds to date, he attended a meeting
regarding record retention, met with con-
tractors for brush grinding quotes, ordered
90 hydrant markers for township roads,
assisted the Soil & Water District with con-
trolled burns and is currently working on
the mapping process to build the cemetery
software program. Crosswalk striping at
Erie Beach and North Shore Blvd. will be
reviewed by the Prosecutor.
Police Chief Mike Meisler reported 552
incidents to date in June. Trustees autho-
rized application to the Solid Waste Dis-
tricts competitive funding grant for a steel
medication drop box to be installed at the
police station.
Zoning Inspector Kathryn Dale report-
ed 22 permits processed to date in June
with 4 new housing starts. The Zoning
Commission will hold a work session on
July 10 in place of the regular meeting that
would have been held on July 4. Trustees
will hold a public hearing on July 11 at 6
p.m. for a rezoning. Mrs. Dale also report-
ed on the status of recent complaints and
provided an update on the website.
Fiscal Offcer Shelley Seamon provided
a detailed fscal report and updates on the
record retention program and direct de-
posit program. Mrs. Seamon also reported
the following service anniversaries: Mi-
chael Meisler 22 years; Brett Waldron
and Jared Griffth 10 years; Brandon
Taylor 5 years; Brad LaMarca 4 years.
Trustees approved payment of bills in
the amount of $47,516.42.
Trustees approved continuation of
membership in the Ottawa County Safety
Council.
Trustees adjourned to executive session
to discuss compensation of a public em-
ployee.
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Mental Health Services for Adults,
Adolescents & Children
Firelands Counseling
& Recovery Services
Funded in part by the Mental Health and
Recovery Board of Erie and Ottawa Counties.
New Location:
Perry Place Building
1854 E. Perry St., Suite 9
Port Clinton
To learn more, call 800-342-1177 ext. 5177
or visit us on-line at: firelands.com
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FIND WYLIE!
Each week Wylie is hiding
somewhere in The Beacon.
Tell us where you fnd him.
A winner will be chosen
from the correct entries.
Name:___________________________
PhoNe:___________________________
Date:____________________________
aD Wylie FouND iN:________________
Page Number:_____________________
email:___________________________
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY
BY MAIL OR WALK IN TO:
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PORT CLINTON, OH 43452
OR EMAIL IT TO:
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***ONE ENTRY PER HOUSEHOLD
Main Street Port Clinton was
awarded a $1,000 grant from
the Ottawa County Community
Foundation to hold Pictures in
the Park.
Pictures in the Park is free and
will feature movies on a large in-
fatable screen, similar in size to a
drive-in theater. Viewers will have
a chance to enjoy a movie, the
summer evening, Lake Erie and
Waterworks Park and an exciting
social atmosphere. Happy Feet
will be showing on Thursday, July
18, at dusk at Waterworks Park.
Dolphins Tale will be showing at
dusk on Thursday, Aug. 9.
For information, call Main
Street Port Clinton at 419-734-
5503.
Pictured left to right are Dawn Zink, Past President of Main Street Port Clinton; Laura Schlachter, pro-
gram manager; Duane Myers, ex-offcio board member; Jim Recker, board member; Missy Walker, presi-
dent; Aimee Slater-West, board member; Doug Garrett, board member; Paul Rothschild, board member;
Larry Hartlaub, board member; and Mayor Vince Leone, ex-offcio board bember.
Now showing at
Waterworks Park
Main Street PC awarded grant
for outdoor movie series
WPCR Port Clinton Radio and Ida Rupp Public Li-
brary present Jammy Dance with author Rebecca
Janni from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, July 13.
Wear your jammies and bring your teddy bear to
meet author Janni, author of Every Cowgirl Loves a
Rodeo, Every Cowgirl Needs Dancing Boots and
Every Cowgirl Needs a Horse.
For information on Janni, visit her website at www.
rebeccajanni.com. Books will be available for sale and
signing. All ages welcome. No registration required.
For information, call Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-
732-3212.
The Ottawa County Senior Fair Board, along with Ot-
tawa County Senior Resources, is planning Senior Citi-
zens Day at the Ottawa County Fair on Wednesday, July
18. Anyone 60 years of age or older will receive free ad-
mission to the fair and are welcomed to join the Senior
Day activities at Building B-3 Barn on the fairgrounds.
The day will begin with coffee & doughnuts sponsored by
Neidecker, LeVeck and Crosser Funeral Homes & Magrud-
er Hospital. The afternoon will end with an ice cream so-
cial sponsored by Riverview Healthcare Campus. During
the course of the day, seniors can have blood pressure
checks, conducted by the Ottawa County Health Depart-
ment or get a wellness screening sponsored by Magruder
Hospital. Other activities include: Music by Dale Aldrich,
Demonstration by the Buckeye Squares Square Danc-
ing group, Bingo, sponsored by Stein Hospice, and wagon
rides around the fairgrounds. Transportation to and from
the parking lots will be available.
As an added bonus, seniors can receive a free hotdog,
fruit and chips, sponsored by Walker Funeral Homes &
Crematory. Coupons for the free hotdog, fruit and chips
will be available at all senior centers and at the Ottawa
County Senior Resources offce beginning in July. Cou-
pons are limited and will be needed to receive the free
hotdog meal. For information about the coupons or the
events happening during the Ottawa County Senior Day
at the Fair, contact Senior Resources at 419-898-6459 or
contact any of the six senior centers in Ottawa County.
July promises to be a frecracker of a month at The
Vineyard, as two popular programs continue. On
Thursday, July 5th, at 2:00 P.M., you are invited to join
residents and friends for Bingo at The Vineyard on Ca-
tawbas Community Center, 3820 E. Vineyard Village
Dr., Port Clinton, OH. We will accept a $1.00 dona-
tion per card, and prizes will be awarded to all win-
ners. Refreshments are served, and this event is open
to the public.
Movie afternoon features the classic musical, The
King and I, on Friday, July 13, at 2:00 P.M. Relax in
our air-conditioned, theater-like setting, and enjoy free
popcorn and beverages. Phone 419-797-3100 for fur-
ther information.
July activities
at The Vineyard
Jammy Dance
July 13 at library
Fair board
plans Senior
Citizens Day
Desdemonas Art Gallery has
moved to a bright, spacious new lo-
cation in the plaza at Route 163 and
Buck Road. The gallery is alongside
Allure Printing and the popular Ca-
noe Club Wine Bar. Artists Laura
Brown (Egan) and Bailey VanKirk
operate the new space. The talented
mother-daughter duo are offering
their oil paintings, as well as featur-
ing the fnest work from the out-
standing island-area artist colony.
A very lively grand opening party
was enjoyed by hundreds on a re-
cent weather-perfect Friday night.
The happy winner of the Lake Erie
Islands couch throw give-away, de-
signed by Brown, was Maxine France
of Massillon, Ohio.
Our goal has been to fully focus on
work created around the Lake Erie
area, said Brown, Everything in
the gallery was created by artists and
craftsmen working within a radius of
from here to Toledo, Columbus and
Cleveland. The defnition of Ameri-
can made!
Much of the work is nautical in
subject, and much is inspired by
nature. VanKirks oils range from
dramatic seascapes to highly detailed
wild game still lives in the Flem-
ish Baroque tradition. Also an oil
painter, Brown renders Lake Erie-
related subjects on canvas and whim-
sical mermaids on driftwood or barn
wood planks.
Photographer Jeanne M.
Schwerkoske is displaying stunning
shots of Catawba sunsets, native fora
and charming marsh creatures that
include turtles, frogs and blue her-
ons. Schwerkoske uses a wide range
of creative printing techniques to en-
hance the beautiful images. Ari Eick-
erts crisply drawn watercolor prints
of sailing scenes and picturesque
landmarks are available in a variety
of easily frameable mat sizes.
A devout beachcomber, John Bra-
bander creates his weed pots from
Lake Erie driftwood. He has recently
adapted them beyond the usual dried
weed accent vases to act as lovely
candle holders and even decorative
lamps when he fnds an especially in-
teresting piece.
Jewelry is also born from our
beaches. Denise Gallup creates with
sparkling sea glass while Beth Akins
uses lucky stones, a treasured bone
from our fun fsh, the sheephead.
Visitors are fnding a wealth of art
to choose from. Michelle Gottschall
does amazing stuffed sculpture mer-
maids. Ben Kendall and Kim Carl-
son create wonderful work in fused
glass. Diane Freedmans seashell en-
crusted mirrors have been in great
demand. Nautical tables by Greg
Boltz have been a hit, as well as hand-
made wooden bowls by Ralph Oxley,
ceramics by Helen Brabander and
Missy King, scenic watercolor prints
by Jim Siemer, nautical jewelry by
Lara Trech and Ann Snepps elegant
necklaces.
We plan to include new artists as
we go along, said gallerist VanKirk.
We have a process for accepting new
artists. We want to encourage area
talent, but we are very selective.
Artisans wishing to apply should
send an introduction and attach
photos of their work to: art.des-
demonas@gmail.com.
Desdemonas is open seven days per
week throughout the summer, and
fve days in the fall and throughout
the winter holidays. Current hours
are Sunday through Thursday 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday and Satur-
day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Local art fans gather at new
Desdemonas Art Gallery
Desdemonas grand opening party drew a large crowd of local art fans on Friday, June 22.
Women of different ages and experi-
ence levels joined Ottawa Soil & Water
Conservation District at the Oak Har-
bor Conservation Club, Wednesday,
June 20, for the second session of the
Women in Conservation series. This
session specialized in giving women
an opportunity to fre handguns and
to shoot archery. Before the activities
began, Bob Rogers, from the National
Rife Association, gave a safety talk on
how to properly handle a frearm in
order to prevent misfre and injury.
Throughout the event, the women
were more thoroughly instructed on technique by cer-
tifed professional gunmen and archers. Many of the
women in attendance had never participated in either
type of recreation before the session, and afterwards, all
of them agreed that they felt more confdent and com-
fortable with handling guns and found both sports to
be enjoyable. The Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation
District would like to thank the Oak Harbor Conserva-
tion Club and all the volunteers for making this event
possible.
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The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce has
planned a celebration on the Lake that we love on Thurs-
day, July 12, on the Jet Express. The sightseeing cruise will
depart Port Clinton at 7:30 p.m. and cruise past the Ca-
tawba shoreline, Marblehead and the historic lighthouse,
then continue on past the islands of Kelleys, Rattlesnake,
Sugar, Green and the Bass before enjoying the sunset on
the way back into Port Clinton. The Jet will be traveling
at high speed to reach the different points of interest and
then slow down to enjoy the sights.
Signature hors doeuvres and a cash bar with top-shelf
cocktails and wine will be featured. The cost is $40 per
person or $70 per couple.
This truly unique cruise is
sponsored by the Jet Ex-
press and benefting the
Port Clinton Area Chamber
of Commerce. Rain date
is scheduled for Thursday,
July 19.
Space is limited. RSVP
to the Port Clinton Area
Chamber at 419-734-5503
or email info@portclinton-
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welcome the competitors and know that,
like those who have participated in the
past, they will go home remembering their
participation in these national matches as
the high point of their competitive shoot-
ing sports experience.
The National Matches begin with the
First Shot Ceremony and conclude in Au-
gust with the Long-Range High-Power
Championship. Competitors represent a
vast array of experience including novice
shooters, Olympic medalists, law enforce-
ment offcers, military personnel and in-
ternational competitors.
Springfeld Armory continues its spon-
sorship of the NRA/Springfeld M1A
Match while Nosler returns as title sponsor
for the High Power Rife Championships.
Their support demonstrates a continued
dedication to the shooting sports and al-
lows for competitors to enjoy an enhanced
awards schedule.
You can follow the 2012 Championships
with profles, photos and scoring updates
at www.nrablog.com.
For more on the National Rife and Pistol
Championships at Camp Perry, or other
competitive shooting events or programs,
visit www.nrahq.org/compete or call
1-877-672-6282.
MATCHES from 1A
Steve Jadd will take the stage at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 6,
for Riverfront Live!, located under the canopy on North
Jefferson Street. Riverfront Live! is a free summer concert
series held on Friday evenings in downtown Port Clinton.
The Portage River is the backdrop for some fantastic en-
tertainers.
A native of Port Clinton, Jadd has been entertaining in
Northwest Ohio and around the country with his hard
driving acoustic style for the last 30 years. His cover music
ranges from Sam Cook to Sara Bareilles as well as original
music from his 2006 CD release, One Big Happy Me.
The free Riverfront Live! Outdoor Summer Music
Program is sponsored by Main Street Port Clinton. For
a complete schedule of performers for the 2012 season,
please go to www.historicportclinton.com
The inaugural Marblehead Summerfest will include a
full schedule of activities. The fun-flled event will take
place in James Park, Marblehead, and will begin Friday,
July 6 and end on Sunday, July 8.
D&R Shows will bring in 10-14 amusement rides. There
will be rides for everyone including kiddie rides and high
thrill rides. They will also bring a midway of games and
prizes.
Bar-B-Que Traveler will prepare chicken and ribs at the
shelter house. Carry-out will be available. Other foods will
include summertime favorites such as: brats and sauer-
kraut, hot dogs, pierogi, French fries, nachos, funnel cakes,
fried cheese, cotton candy, hand-dipped corndogs, taffy
and more.
The Beer Tent overlooking James Park will have live
entertainment including: Allie and the Rockers (Fri-
day 7-10pm), local bands including local teen band
Unlabeled (Saturday 3-5pm), Dean Rosiar (Saturday
afternoon), The House Band from Toledo (Saturday
6-10pm), Bob Gatewood of Calabash from Put-In-Bay
(Sunday 1-4pm), and The House Band (Sunday 4-8pm).
Many vendors will be set up throughout the park. Ven-
dors hours will be Saturday (10-8pm) and Sunday (12-
8pm).
Raffes will include hourly 50/50 drawings and the
Big Raffe which includes a grand prize: $1000, 2nd
prize:$500 and 3rd prize: $250. Big Raffe Tickets may also
be purchased at the church offce on James Street.
A huge bake sale is being planned. Items will include:
homemade pies, cookies, poppyseed and nut rolls, and
breads as well as other hometown favorites.
Beer will be served in the beer tent. Soda pop, water and
powerade will be offered throughout the park.
Festival Hours are Friday, July 6 (4-10pm), Saturday, July
7 (10am-10pm) and Sunday, July 8 (12-8pm).
The Marblehead Summerfest is sponsored by St. Joseph
Church Choir, Marblehead, Ohio. For more information
including vendor applications, call Linda (419-734-6131)
or send an email to marbleheadsummerfest@yahoo.com.
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Tues., July 10
Turkey Club Sandwich
Cold Salad
Potato Chips
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Wed., July 11
Swiss Steak
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Vegetable - Roll & Butter
Thur., July 12
Roast Turkey & Dressing
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Tossed Salad
Rolls & Butter
Fri., July 13
Chopped Sirloin
Grilled Onion & Mushrooms
Home Fries & Gravy
Vegetable - Roll & Butter
(Chopped Sirloin may be
served on bun by request)
Additional items available. Substitutions
may be made without notice.
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kicks off Friday
Tickets remain for
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Jadd at Riverfront Live!
July 5
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.;
weigh-in at 6 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: 320 E. Third St.,
Port Clinton
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group
for those affected by
anothers drinking
WHEN: 8 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: Trinity United
Meth. Church, 135 Adams
St. Port Clinton
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 11 a.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church, 900 Jefferson St.,
Port Clinton
INFO: 419-515-4900
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training
helps prevent age-related
muscle loss, in addition to
keeping bones and
metabolism strong.
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
July 6
Erie Shores Cruisers
WHAT: All makes and
models welcome for this
free car show featuring
music and 50/50 raffes
WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. every
Friday through fall
WHERE: Bassetts Market
parking lot at Ohio 53 and
163
INFO: Call Lynn Jones at
419-732-0261
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group
for those affected by
anothers drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every Friday
WHERE: St. John Lutheran
Church, 122 Ottawa, Oak
Harbor
July 6-8
Marblehead
Summerfest
WHAT: A new parish event
replacing the Parish Fall
Festival. Includes carnival
rides, games, vendors, bake
sale, funnel cakes, hand-
dipped corn dogs, cotton
candy, taffy and more. Bar-
B-Que Traveler will be
preparing chicken and ribs,
There will be a beer tent
and live music overlooking
the park.
WHEN: 10 a.m.
WHERE: James Park,
Marblehead
INFO: 419-734-6131 or
email
marbleheadsummerfeset@
yahoo.com
July 7
Amazing Kite Flight
WHAT: Bring your favorite
kite or make one while
supplies last and take to
the sky. Watch Kite Master
Dan Klos masterpieces take
fight and be amazed by
aerial kite team the
Windjammers from Detroit.
Port Clinton Rotary will be
on hand with the perch
wagon. Event is sponsored
by the Greater Port Clinton
Area Arts Council.
WHEN: 1 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Waterworks Park,
downtown Port Clinton
COST: Free
July 8
Live music
WHAT: Get ready for some
good old foot stomping,
hand clapping fun when
the Fulton County
Bluegrass Band takes the
stage. Come listen to the
Oak Harbors very own Jess
Riley.
WHEN: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Oak Harbor Log
Cabin
July 9
PERS meeting
WHAT: The Ottawa County
Public Employee Retirees
Chapter 82 meeting. No
lunch will be served. All
PERI and PERS retirees are
welcome to attend.
WHEN: 1 p.m.
WHERE: Oak Harbor
Library
July 10
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training
helps prevent age-related
muscle loss, in addition to
keeping bones and
metabolism strong.
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
July 11
Womens convention
WHAT: The Lakeside
Federation of Women will
hold its 118th annual
convention at Lakeside. The
meeting will begin at
Green Gables, historic
home of the Lakeside
Womens Club. The
morning program will
feature Jan Rader from
Columbus. She will give a
history of American Sign
Language and teach a
song in sign. Luncheon will
be held at the Lakeside
United Methodist Church.
Following lunch, Karen
Westgate will present
beautiful harp music.
Afternoon speaker will be
Polly Albrecht from
Lakeside as she tells about
Aprons Hanging from My
Clothesline. The
convention is open to any
interested women.
INFO: To register, call 419-
798-1452
ACA
WHAT: Twelve-step group
for adult children of
alcoholics
WHEN: 7:15 p.m. every
Wednesday
WHERE: Artisans Co-op,
138 E. Market St.,
Sandusky
INFO: Call Paul at 419-
341-6888
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every
Wednesday
WHERE: Oak Harbor
Library, 147 W. Main St.
INFO: 419-276-0304
July 12
Health Screening
WHAT: Cholesterol (Total/
LDL/HDL/Triglycerides),
blood pressure and glucose
screening is offered the
second Thursday of every
month. For appointments,
call 419-734-3131, ext.
3420,
WHERE: Magruder
Hospital
WHEN: 1 p.m. the second
Thursday of each month
COST: $16
INFO: www.
magruderhospital.com
Diabetic Support
WHAT: The support group
is for anyone dealing with
Diabetes, including family
and friends and the time is
spent sharing ideas,
recipes, resources and
encouragement.
Participants are welcome
to bring their own lunch or
purchase one in the Fulton
Street Caf prior to noon
and bring it to the meeting.
Coffee, tea and water will
be provided.
WHEN: Noon
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
INFO: www.
magruderhospital.com
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.;
weigh-in at 6 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: 320 E. Third St.,
Port Clinton
OR
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 11 a.m.
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church, 900 Jefferson St.,
Port Clinton
INFO: 419-515-4900
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group
for those affected by
anothers drinking
WHEN: 8 p.m. every
Thursday
WHERE: Trinity United
Meth. Church, 135 Adams
St. Port Clinton
Strength Training
WHAT: Strength training
helps prevent age-related
muscle loss, in addition to
keeping bones and
metabolism strong.
WHEN: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
July 5
July 6
July 6-8
July 8
July 7
July 11
July 9
July 10
July 12
Women in Conservation series continues
12A Thursday, July 5, 2012

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Jazz Night
Wednesdays 7-10p
Pasta, Wine & Jazz
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111 Madison St. Port Clinton 419-732-2030
Friday Night
Steak $10.75
Hand Cut NY Strip
with our signature garlic
mashed potatoes & veggies
Thursday Night
50 wings
Wednesday
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Karaoke Competition
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July 7th, 6-10pm
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Fri. 11am-11pm
Sat. 6am-11pm
Sun. 6am-10pm
Lunch Specials $6.50
Mon.-Fri. 11am-4pm
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July 6 & 7
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The Listening Room will feature the Best of
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Price Includes Two Drinks
Call for tickets 419-734-7050
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July 6 & 7
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Fri and Sat 10am-10pm
Sun. 10am-9pm

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July 26: The Michael Barnes Show
Fridays & Saturdays, 8:30pm-12:30am
July 13: Fastrack
July 14: Heart & Soul
July 20: The Late Show
July 21: Swamp Boogie Band
Sundays, 2-6pm
July 15: Horns & Things
July 22: Gatlin
July 28: Epitome
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banner across the top left corner of the picture. Put the day and time SUN 1 - 3 horizontally across the bottom of the picture)
www.MartiRedmond.com
For SELLING & BUYING info
plus MLS PROPERTY SEARCH
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419-250-3344
419-341-3937
NEW PRICE!
Updated 3BD home, Central
A/C, Gar, Bsmt, 806 E 3rd,
only $60,000!
CATAWBA
WATERFRONT!
w/40 Dock, 2 waterfront
patios, 4448C Marin Hrbr
$289,900
GOLF & LAKE VIEWS!
CIC Beautiful 3BD plus Loft,
furnished, 3309 Stonehouse
$319,000
UPDATED 3BD!
plus ofc (could be 4th BD),
1.5 BA, 2 car, Deck too!
232 E 6th!
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Presidents Sales Club
Award Winner
2011
Ohio Association of Realtors
Marti & Chuck Redmond
SEE ALL OUR LISTINGS @ www.MartiRedmond.com
We can show you ALL Agent Listings!
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Exceptional People, Properties & Service
Call 419-797-6007
BOLTE REAL ESTATE
2011 PC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR!
MARBLEHEAD 3BD2BA Doublewide. One
Owner. Denise Monaghan 419-573-9802
CATAWBA Recently Remodeled 3BD w/
Beach Access. Jeanne Sutton 419-261-0892
COUNTRY HOME on 1.5 Acres!
4BD/2BA $169,000
CATAWBA CLIFFS Renovated w/Great
Rm & 1st Floor Master Suite
PORT CLINTON Mobile for Yr Round/
Seasonal Living $15,000
CATAWBA 5 ACRE ESTATE!
3600 SF 3BD Home Plus Pole Barn.
3913 NE CATAWBA RD. LAKE VIEWS!
Beautifully Renovated Inside!
Jeanne Sutton 419-261-0892
PORT CLINTON 3BD w/Upgrades & Wheelchair
Access. Renee Bolte Stine 419-341-1110
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www.chateautebeauwinery.com
419-638-5411
Chateau Tebeau Winery
Open Year Round!
Thur & Fri 11am-10pm Sat 2pm-10pm
Tasting Room Menu Tours
Fri., July 6 Gene Zenz
(Guitarist/Vocals)
Sat., July 7 Martin Koop & Steve Wilson
Free Wild
Fri., July 13 Melody Road
(Keyboard, Guitarist, Vocals)
Sat., July 14 Barile & May
(Guitarist/Vocalists)
Tues., July 17 Ladies Night Out, 7-9:30pm
Visit our website for more info
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
REAL ESTATE
Horrifying vegetarians since 1907
8037 E. Harbor Rd. - Corner of 163 & Northshore
419-798-5203
Mutachs
Famous CUSTOM-CUT MEATS
Beer & Wine State Liquor Agency Groceries
Lottery Agent Premium Cigars
Kiedrowski Bakery Items
Wine Down Your Weekend every Sunday Evening 6-8 pm
SATURDAY NIGHT BINGO!
Doors open at 4pm Early birds at 6:30pm
YMCA 1000 North Street, Fremont 419-332-9622
$100 every game
(with 100 players)
$1000 progressive jackpot
Triple Jackpot Keno
Handicap Accessible
Homemade refreshments
Lucky numbers
ALL PAPER - Lots of instants
More FUN added
Winner-take-all
progressive
3 Chances To Win $3000
Jokers Wild
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French students, ages 13-19, need homes
August 2-22 with American host families.
Students are insured, speak English and
have spending money. Families receive
$85 per week.
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED
Please Call Susan at 419-937-0112 or
platt78@aol.com or text 419-934-0446
Danbury
Danbury Soccer League sign-up is
under way. Register at Flip Flop Kid
Swap by Pizza Hut in Port Clinton by
July 23.
The league is for children in kinder-
garten through age 13. Cost is $25 for
kids up to age 9. Ages 10-13 will be a
travel league and is $35 ($20 for each
additional).
For questions, call Stephanie
Uhinck at 419-573-9124.
Oak Harbor
Oak Harbor fall soccer registra-
tion is due July 7. Forms are online
at www.oakharborsoccer.net or are
available for pickup at the Oak Har-
bor Public Library.
Soccer league sign ups under way
The search is on for a new assistant varsity football coach
at Danbury High School.
Anyone interested should contact head football coach
Bryan Dudash at dudashb@danbury.k12.oh.us or by
phone at 330-571-3473.
CATCH OF THE DAY
While trolling northeast of Kelleys Island on a two-boat
trip with Fishy Mishey Charters, Bill Clayton from Illinois
caught a 32-pound, 44-inch Muskie. He was on Randy
Sells boat. It took him 25 minutes to land the monster.
Photos were taken and the fsh was released safely.
Danbury looking for
asst. football coach
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dohio.com
COLUMBUS - The Ohio De-
partment of Natural Resources
(ODNR) Division of Wildlife is
asking Ohio waterfowl hunters
to provide input on the timing of
the fall waterfowl hunting season
and where they prefer to hunt in
Ohio.
The Ohio Wildlife Council
will establish season dates and
other regulations in mid-August
after federal guidelines are es-
tablished for the upcoming wa-
terfowl season.
Biologists are
seeking input
from Ohio wa-
terfowl hunters
through this
online survey
so opportuni-
ties can be closely matched to the
preferences of as many hunters as
possible within the constraints of
federal guidelines.
The survey is available at wil-
dohio.com until Aug. 1. Hunters
will need to have their customer
identifcation number read-
ily available (found on all Ohio
hunting and fshing licenses)
when they take the survey.
Similar information was solic-
ited from Ohio waterfowl hunt-
ers last summer and used to set
the 2011-2012 hunting season
dates within each zone. This year,
hunters are also asked to provide
input regarding potential chang-
es to goose hunting season length
and bag limits as well as rate last
years season.
ODNR ensures a balance be-
tween wise use and protection of
our natural resources for the ben-
eft of all. Visit the ODNR website
at ohiodnr.com.
205 S.E. Catawba Road Suite G
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
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Wildlife managers seek input from waterfowl hunters
SECOND ANNUAL FIRST TEE SCRAMBLE
The second annual First Tee of Lake Erie Two-Person Scramble was recently held at Ca-
tawba Island Club. The winners were Ken Williams (left), Noah Sampson, Bob Gleckler,
Jack Gleckler, Phillip Bolte and Joey Kurtz. Bolte and Kurtz were frst with 69; Williams
and Sampson followed with 70 and the Gleckers rounded out the top three with 71.
Anglers throughout the state can do their part to protect Ohios high quality fsh-
ing by reporting fshing violations they observe to the Turn In a Poacher hotline at
800-POACHER or online at ohiotip.com, according to the Ohio Department of Natural
Resources Division of Wildlife.
Each year, the TIP hotline receives approximately 4,800 calls from concerned citizens
reporting violations involving the poaching, or illegal taking, of fsh and game, trespass-
ing, commercialization of wildlife and the over-harvesting of fsh and game. Since its
inception in 1982, more than 3,000 convictions have been made using information from
the hotline. While the majority of TIP reports are received during the hunting seasons,
anglers should remember that the TIP hotline is available year-round.
Double-tripping, keeping fsh over the daily bag limit and snagging walleye and other
species of game fsh are serious violations of the law, said Ron Ollis, law enforcement
program administrator for the Division of Wildlife. Ohios state wildlife offcers rely on
law-abiding anglers to be our eyes on the water, and we request that people report any
suspicious activity that they observe.
Anglers are reminded not to approach anyone committing a wildlife violation. Instead,
take note of the violation, date, time, location and the license plates of any vehicles in the
vicinity. Call 800-POACHER or go online to www.ohiotip.com to report the informa-
tion. All reports are confdential and can remain anonymous. Callers may be eligible for
a cash reward.
The TIP hotline is staffed
24 hours a day, seven days a
week, including holidays.
Ohios fshing regulations
are available at all hunting
and fshing license agents
by calling 800-WILDLIFE
or online at www.wildohio.
com.
ODNR ensures a balance
between wise use and pro-
tection of our natural re-
sources for the beneft of all.
Visit the ODNR website at
www.ohiodnr.com.
LIVE ON LAKE ERIE
3 Bedroom Condo
$299,999
For sale by owner
419-344-2208
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NO ONE SELLS MORE REAL ESTATE THAN REMAX
Patricia Rader
Realtor
CDPE, A-REO, CIAS
RE/MAX
Lake Shore Realty
LakeShoreRealtyLtd.com
Each office independently owned and operated
One Grand Lake Drive Port Clinton, OH
Phone: 419-967-0018
Raderwaterfronthomes.com
E-mail: patricia.rader@remax.net
Take the boat and head to
the lake. This 1 BR with a
loft that could be used for
an additional bedroom or
den features an enclosed
porch, open living space
with view of the marsh
and wildlife, carport,
and 30' dock. Enjoy the
common tennis courts,
recreational areas, swimming pool, or take a walk to the
lake. Don't let this one pass you by. $58,000
First foor waterfront
condo! This 1 bedroom
units features heated
enclosed double porch,
electric heat pump, shed,
and 30'deed dock at your
door. Enjoy a day on the lake, game of tennis, swim in the
pool or at the common beach or just relax along the lake.
Let this be your next investment along Lake Erie! $51,500
Just Pack Your Bags!
Gorgeous bright furnished
waterfront 1,200 sq.
ft. 2 BR/2 BA unit
features water views
from ever room, updated
furnishings, and dock at
your door. Relax in centrally air conditioned living room,
cook in the galley kitchen w. open bar counter, or relax on
the waterfront wood deck and enjoy the breeze off the lake.
1 car garage included. $124,900
4BR Cedar Sided Home
w. a View of the Marina
and Lake. Features natural
daylight light through-
out, 3 gas freplaces,
hardwood foors, private
master loft BR w. glamour bath, deck overlooking marina, &
three great rooms. Enjoy a kitchen where the whole group
can sit down and eat together, 3 car garage, and Rental
dockage available all w.in walking distance to marina store,
restaurants, and beach. $359,900
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$111,900 3BR/2.5BA 1.5 stry w. peeks of the Bay features
open foor plan, large deck, & 2 car garage.
$129,900 3BR/3.5BA condo adjacent to Bay Point features
living room w. freplace, patio, & 2 balconies.
$149,900 3BR/2.5BA ranch w. sunroom, bsmt, 3 car ga-
rage, & mother-in-law suite overlooks golf course
$164,900 3BR/2BA ranch w. den, open foor plan, freshly
painted, new carpet, sunroom, & 2 car garage
$189,900 4 BR/2BA ranch features 2 lots, detached garage,
partial bsmt, and large open spaces for entertaining
SALE PENDING
SALE PENDING
SALE PENDING
Virtual Tour RADERHOMES.com
NO ONE SELLS MORE REAL ESTATE THAN REMAX
John Rader, CRS
Kathy Rader, Broker
RE/MAX
Lake Shore Realty
LakeShoreRealtyLtd.com
Each office independently owned and operated.
One Grand Lake Drive Port Clinton, OH
Office: 419-734-7355,
419-262-0936, 419-262-0915
ALL NEW ON THE MARKET!
Close to the lake,
schools, and shopping
this 1 story home
features 1800+ sq.
ft, 3BR, 2BA, some
modern updates for
energy effciency
including windows, and HVAC system, full basement,
and 2 car garage. Schedule your tour today! $125,900
Ranch home on 6.75 acres.
Find features include 1200+
sq. ft, 2 BR, 1 BA, Sunroom,
brick freplace, island for
preparing diner in the
kitchen, entertaining deck and patio area, basement, 2
car garage, and barn w. workshop and loft overlooking
a private stocked pond w. dock and gravel beach, fruit
trees and grape vines. $145.000
New Construction
for retirement or
frst home. 1,500
sq. ft. with full
basement only
$148,000. 3 BR, 2 BA, and island with open foor
plan. The construction is almost done, reserve this
one today.
Executive Ranch!
New Construction at an
unbelievable price for only
$168,000. Home features
2.5 BA/ 12x16 master suite,
full basement, 2 car garage,
and a covered porch. Home is under construction or
could be built on your lot or our lot.
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modern updates located on large country lot
$79,000 2BR/1BA, 2 car garage w. 1BR/1BA for additional
living space or guest quarters located close to marinas
$135,900 REDUCED 3BR/2BA fne resident include small
porch, appliances, sunroom, 3 car garage, and playhouse on 2
lots.
$295,000 3BR/1BA A-Frame home on Lake Erie w. appliances,
panoramic and sunset views, sandy beach, & patio.
$399,500 Lakefront 3BR/2.5BA w. open foor plan, appliances,
modern kitchen, large yard, hot tub, & seawall.
$219,900 3BR/2BA w. modern updates, granite counters, all
furnishings, carport, and private lake view deck.
$173,900 3BR/2BA 2 car garage and appliances on deeded
island with 50' dock.
$249,000 Brick ranch w. 80 frontage, modern kitchen & Bath,
30x27 boat garage overlooking Lake Erie
$539,000 3BR/2.5BA Lake Home w. hrdwd frs, granite cntrs,
& large deck w. sandy beach & great sunsets.
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Download a free app allowing you to read QR codes (or bar codes).
Then scan the code for immediate access to our website where you
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LakeErieLife.com
Rob &
Joy Ault
419-341-6769
Kelleys Island Lake Front
3 Bedroom 2 Bath
Large Dock
Attached 2 car garage
Would separate house & lot
$695,000
will take partial trade for boat or house
Call (440) 864-5057 for more info
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By Owner Priced Below Market 419-341-2085
3 bedrooms
2.5 baths
Fully furnished
Water and waterfowl views
Great Room
Double decking bordering the water
For more information, go to: www.forsalebyowner.com
270 N. Crest Dr., Port Clinton, Ohio
Listing # 23907701 417-797-9099
Ask for Karen Cell 419-544-1568
FOR SALE
$50 a month HOA fee
2,800 square feet
Huge rec room
Walk-out basement
$265,000
NEGOTIABLE
Catawba Gated Lake in the Woods
MARBLEHEAD CUSTOM BUILT RANCH
with BAY VIEWS FULLY FURNISHED
3 BEDROOMS AND
2 FULL BATHS
FAMILY ROOM
DINING ROOM
ALL APPLIANCES
PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPING
SPRINKLING SYSTEM ~ 30 DOCK
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
~ Community Pool
$270,000.
Call Owner For private viewing
216-276-3314 or 330-562-1875
LEGAL AD/
NOTIFICATION
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
JUDGMENT OF FORECLO-
SURE OF LIENS FOR DELI-
QUENT LAND TAXES IN THE
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
OTTAWA COUNTY, OH IN THE
MATTER OF: FORECLOSURE OF
LIENS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES
BY ACTION IN REM PURSUANT
TO O.R.C.5721.18(B) ROBERT J.
HILLE Treasurer of Ottawa Coun-
ty, Ohio, Plaintiff vs. PARCELS
OF LAND ENCUMBERED WITH
DELINQUENT TAXES, Defendants
Whereas, judgment has been
rendered against certain parcels
of real property: Situated in the
Village of Oak Harbor, County of
Ottawa and State of Ohio: Lot 5
in Block Number 1 in C. Roose
Addition to the Village of Oak
Harbor, Current owners name:
John K Smidutz and Kathryn
Smidutz 1241 N. Benton Carroll
Oak Harbor, OH 43449 Proper-
ty Address: 521 Locust Street
Oak Harbor, OH 43449 Perma-
nent Parcel No.: 027-10883-
14554-000 Situated in the Vil-
lage of Oak Harbor, County of
Ottawa and State of Ohio: And
known as and being Lot No. Two
(2) in Block No. Forty-two (42) in
the Addition of the town plat of
said Village as laid out by
Charles Roose, in said Village of
Oak Harbor, Ohio. Current own-
ers name: Santos Santiago and
Mary C. Santiago P.O. Box 284
Fremont, OH 43420 Property
Address: 733 Locust Street Oak
Harbor, Ohio 43449 Permanent
Parcel No: 027-11228-15015-
000 and, Whereas, such judg-
ment orders such real property
to be sold or otherwise dis-
posed of according to law by the
undersigned to satisfy the total
amount of such judgment.
Now, therefore, public notice is
hereby given that I, Stephen J.
Levorchick, Sheriff of Ottawa
County, Ohio, will sell such real
property at public auction, for
cash, to the highest bidder of an
amount that equals at least, as
in the courts order, One Hun-
dred ($100.00) Dollars payable
LEGAL AD/NOTIFICATION
A new consignment shop for
kids gear is now open in Port
Clinton. Flip Flop Kid Swap
located next to Pizza Hut at
2868 E. Harbor Road, Unit 3
offers a variety of gently used
name-brand clothing, toys,
bedding and nursery needs.
Items are stocked for kids 0-16.
The shop is the brainchild of a
pair of Marblehead moms: Jessi-
ca Szuch and Stephanie Uhinck.
And with seven kids between
them the pair knows a little
something about kids stuff.
Right now, the store is stocked
with items from more than 40
consigners. When gently used,
name brand items are brought
in, Uhinck and Szuch price and
tag the items and put them on
the foor. Once something sells,
the consigners get 50 percent of
the sale price.
According to Szuch, they are
still accepting items.
We will be switching seasons
in August, she said. Keep us in
mind for school shopping.
The shop opens daily at 10
a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday and 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday.
For information, call Uhinck
at 419-573-9124 or Szuch at
419-656-3910.
PHOTO BY ANGIE ZAM
Stephanie Uhinck and Jessica Szuch have opened a new kids consignment shop in Port Clinton.
Flip Flop Kids Swap now open
subsequent to the delivery to the
prosecuting attorney of the
delinquent land tax certifcate or
master list of delinquent tracts
and prior to the transfer of the
deed of the property to the pur-
chaser following confrmation of
sale, at 10:30 a.m., in Room
100 of the Ottawa County
Courthouse in Port Clinton, Ohio,
on the 3rd day of August, 2012.
Terms of Sale: A ten percent
(10%) deposit is due on the day
of sale, either in cash, certifed
check, or money order. Upon
confrmation of sale from the
Ottawa County Court of Com-
mon Pleas, payment of balance
due eight (8) days after notifca-
tion by Sheriffs Offce to the
successful bidder that they have
received confrmation of the
sale. Payment of unpaid balance
beyond said eight (8) day period
shall draw interest at eight per-
cent (8%) per annum from the
date of notifcation to the suc-
cessful bidder by the Sheriffs
Offce. Stephen J. Levorchick,
Sheriff of Ottawa County, Ohio
By Gale Zelms, Deputy Sheriff.
PUBLIC
ANNOUNCEMENTS
BANKRUPTCY FOR A FRESH
START CALL TOM CONNOL-
LY AT 419-898-2889.
ANTIQUES
HEADER
Mid-Summer Antique Fest Milan,
Ohio Village Square. Sunday,
July 8th 8AM-4PM. Rain or
Shine. Carriage Rides. Free
Admission & Parking. Informa-
tion 419-499-4001.
APARTMENT
FOR RENT
BUCKEYE BEND APART-
MENTS PORT CLINTON. Two
bedroom apartments. All appli-
ances - dishwasher, washer/
dryer hook up. Central air, gas
heat, private patio, pool.
$590/Month. Water and Sewer
included. One cat permitted.
No dogs. 419-734-7422 or
419-341-4498.
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
Join our GROWING TEAM,
COMFORT KEEPERS now hiring
STNA & Home Health Aides for
In-Home Care.(HHA training
available) We offer fexible
hours 24/7 on a part-time basis.
Willingness to work evenings
and weekends a plus. Reliable
vehicle and a clean background
check required. For Details call
1-866-230-2624 (9-5 M-F).
Ottawa County Senior Resources
is seeking applications for sever-
al senior meal packers. Visit the
County website at www.co.otta-
wa.oh.us/employment for appli-
cation information. Equal
Opportunity Employer/Drug Free
Workplace.
HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED!!
Apply within at PENINSULA
MOTEL : 6930 East Harbor
Road Lakeside Marblehead.
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meter and diabetic testing sup-
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home delivery! Best of all, this
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FOR SALE
1966 Lyman 25 Sleeper Con-
vertible All MahoganyS plotter,
radio, video depthfnder, com-
pass, air horns & more. Excel-
lant condition. Must see. 419-
707-0205.
28 JOHN ALLMAND 1970
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Fishfnder. Always stored indoors,
Very good condition. Make
Offer. Can be seen at Lot 83,
West Harbor Lagoons. 419-734-
3103.
26 1982 Baha for sale. Very
good condition, runs perfectly.
Must see! Call 419-732-0414.
CAPTNS CUSTOM
CARPETS
Captns Custom Carpets Inlaid
nautical carpets. Carpeting to
match your Navy Blue or Taupe
canvas. Aft deck carpeting is
also our specialty. Our specialty
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2182 At Fort Firelands.
CONDO
FOR RENT
Townhouse for Rent by Marble-
head Lighthouse, 2 Bedroom - 2
Bath, fully Furnished, Newly
remodeled, with garage. Avail-
able July 1st. 419-656-4474.
CONDO
FOR SALE
WATERFRONT HARBORSIDE
TOWNHOUSE CONDO WITH
DEEDED BOAT SLIP AND
23 TIARA SPORT BOAT!
Fully furnished, 2 bedroom, 2
bathroom top foor townhouse
featuring direct Marina and Por-
tage River views with back view
of Lake Erie. New Berber Car-
pet, Floors and Blinds. Newer
Appliances. Includes Deeded
Boat Dock with fully equipped
23 Tiara Powerboat ready to
go! Condo amenities include
new pool. Walking distance to
Jet Express Dock and Downtown
Port Clinton. $159,900. Call
757-567-7053.
5B Thursday, July 5, 2012
CLASSIFIEDS
The Beacon
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Offce 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 877-734-5751
4753 Woodland Dr Catawba
Beautifully updated brick ranch near CIC
Many high end upgrades. 3 bed 2 bath
Huge deck & sunroom overlook private
wooded lot
$234,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Catawba
2-3 bed/2 bath/2 car garage
Condo comes w/golf cart
www.howardhanna.com/20120695
$289,900
Ted/Mark 419-563-4968
Marblehead
Move in ready
Close to Lakeside & shopping
Near marinas
$85,000
Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Port Clinton
Room to grow with 5 bedrooms
Formal dining room, central air, freplace
Stamped patio and pristine landscaping
$169,900
Margaret Lenthe 419-241-2014
Marblehead
Just up the street from Lakeside
4 + bedroom, 2 full baths
2 + car garage with storage
$239,900
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Marblehead
Waterfront home with gorgeous views
3 bed, 2 full baths, many updates
Sunroom, deck, dockage available
$215,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Marblehead
View of Sandusky Bay
2 bed 1 bath/large garage
See on LakeErieLife.com
$89,900
Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
Fremont
1 story cape cod with large yard
Oak foors throughout, large kitchen
Close to bike trails, shopping, restau-
rants
$129,000
Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Open Sun 1-3
Harbor Bay Estates Marblehead
Beautiful waterfront community located
on Sandusky Bay
Pool, clubhouse, private beach and
marina
Lots available on canal and bay
Stop by the Clubhouse!
Mary Wandersleben 440-724-6829
Catawba
Waterfront/5 minutes to Lake
On W. Harbor Channel, 4 boat slips
3 bed 2 ba ranch w/heated garage
$495,000
Rob Ault 419-341-6769
Catawba
Newer home, acre, Island Pines
Great room, full bsmnt, 3 car gar
Howardhanna.com/20113516
$249,900, move in condition!
Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Port Clinton
3 bed/2 bath double wide
Overlooking small lake
Year round in 55+ park
$67,500
Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
Marblehead
Waterfront mobile home park
Marina included on the bay
Just under 3 acres!
$699,900
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Catawba
Enchanted Lake waterfront lot
Gated, Lake in the Woods subdivision
Moments to dockage, ferries, restaurants
$28,000
Glenna Bender 419-341-1579
Open Sat - Sun 1-3
382 Lighthouse Oval Marblehead
Charming 2 bed 2 bath cluster home
Beautifully maintained, freshly painted
Open living areas. Agent Owner
$135,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
4th Annual Catawba Ofce Choo Choo Chow Chow Golf Outing
August 13, 2012 at Catawba Island Club.
Four person scramble benefting the Childrens Free Care Fund. $120 per golfer,
Call Ted, Mary Ann, or Stacy for details at 419-734-5751. Sponsorships available.
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$899,000.
Luxury Waterfront Cotswold Eng-
lish Home in The Bluffs, adjacent
to Catawba Island Club overlooking
w/Lake Erie access.
The focal point in the great room
is the custom elevated stone
fireplace.
Open floor plan, vaulted ceilings w/cedar beams, built-in
bookcases, entertainment center, wood-planked and stone
flooring.
French doors out to the stonewalled patio with stunning
sunrise views!.
Watch eagles, egrets, great blue herons and more from the
patio.
JOHNSON'S ISLAND. 3416 MEMORIAL SHORE
CATAWBA ISLAND. 2865 TRILLIUM
JOHNSON'S ISLAND. 3666 E. BAYCLIFFS
PARADE OF HOMES
I Sell Views!
Sharon Woodson, CRS
Real Estate Mortgages Title Insurance
Contact Me: 419-732-3020
Mobile: 419-356-0348
www.SWoodson.com
woodson@thirdplanet.net
$499,999.
Fabulous 3BR 2.5BA Home
with vaulted ceilings, numerous
windows & a 5 star location on
Johnson's Island - Sandusky Bay
with stellar sunsets!
2004 home with full basement
(10 in thick poured walls & sump
pump & back up system).
Porch & deck are Trex system with vinyl railings for low
maintenance & 10x30 colored stamped patio on the bay side.
Windows are Anderson 400 series.

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOWEST INTEREST RATES IN
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$780,000
3BR 3BA Newer Luxury
Home with 50 dock, open
floor plan, vaulted ceilings,
& 8 ft solid maple doors
thru out.
A Trex system deck which
expands almost the entire back of the house along with a hot
tub for cool summer evenings
There is a 3rd floor viewing room with views of the Lake,
Bay, Cedar Point and wild life.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 1531 Compass. $349,900.
JOHNSONS ISLAND. 3646 E. Baycliffs. $680,000.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 2800-C Canterbury. Fairway Villas. 12-4 $274,900.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 2800-D Canterbury. Fairway Villas. 12-4 $254,900.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 2820-A Canterbury. Fairway Villas. 12-4 $220,000.
MARBLEHEAD. 10951 Bayshore #208-C BAYPOINT CONDOS. $275,000
MARBLEHEAD. 10851 Bayshore #1102. BAYPOINT CONDOS. $299,000.
MARBLEHEAD. 10861 Bayshore #1202 BAYPOINT CONDOS. $329,900.

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Sunday July 8th, 12:00-4:00
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Lakefront, sandy beach, sunsets
Ground floor master with large
bath
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday July 7th, 12:00-4:00
Sunday July 8th, 12:00-4:00
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Custom built
Ground floor master wih large
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PRICED TO SELL
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday July 7th,
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Sunday July 8th, 12:00-4:00
MOTIVATED SELLERS
Beautifully Landscaped
PRICED TO SELL
Spacious 4 bedrooms, 3 baths with 3 car garage
Impeccably maintained, great location
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday July 7th,
12:00-4:00
Sunday July 8th,
12:00-4:00
Spacious & well Main-
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Gated Community with pool
Priced to Sell
Freshly painted
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4762 WOODLAND, CATAWBA
4245 E. LAUREL RIDGE, CATAWBA
2307 E. SAND ROAD, CATAWBA
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday July 7th,
12:00-4:00
Sunday July 8th,
12:00-4:00
Waterfront custom home
Panoramic views
Lots of UPGRADES
730 slip marina and marine store
Sandy beaches, clubhouse, pool, restaurant, & golfing.
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615 Croghan Street, Suite 100
Fremont, OH 43420
419-332-2337
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967-1530
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COTTAGE
FOR RENT
1 Bed 1 Bath Lakeshore Drive,
Port Clinton. Sunroom, hard-
wood foors, newly remodeled,
with lakeview. Available August
1st. $525.00. 937-855-6971
or 937-776-2124.
FLEA
MARKET
Frontier Traders Flea Market!!
Weekends thru Labor Day.
Candy, coins, unique gifts,
antiques, custom carpets, hand
painted glass, books, clothes,
more. Buyers and Sellers wel-
come. Fort Firelands RV Resort,
Rt 163 at 269 in Marblehead.
FURNITURE
FOR SALE
Sleeper Sofa for sale. Green
plaid, comfortable mattress, very
good condition. $100. Call
419-797-2476.
GARAGE
SALE
July 4th--July 7th 9AM-4PM
Oak Accessories, 26 womens
bike, wedding dress size 16 tea
length, holiday decorations,
kitchen items, crafts, much more.
4965 E Rittenhouse Acres,
Catawba.
Huge Fishing Garage Sale at the
corners of RT 163 and Rt 269,
Storage unit B-27 Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday July 6, 7, and
8. From 9 to 5 all days. To
include, Rods, Reels, Combos,
Nets, Lures, Line, Terminal Tackle,
Knifes, etc, Name Brand mer-
chandise. All Rapala Lures will
be $4.00 Daiwa Speepfre
Reels at $15.00. Shimano IX
Reels at $13.00. Call Doug at
937-417-1182 for more info.
3 Family Garage Sale. 120 Ash
Street, Port Clinton. Saturday &
Sunday, July 7th & July 8th 9
AM - 3 PM.
TRAILER
FOR SALE
2008 32 Aljo Travel Trailer by
Skyline, king size bed, large bed-
room, 17 cubic foot, GE refriger-
ator, front kitchen, lots of stor-
age $19,000 or Best Offer. 419-
779-8629. Tall Timbers Camp
Ground Lot 117, Port Clinton.
HOME
FOR RENT
3 BEDROOM. 2 FULL
BATHS. Nugents Canal. Big
sun room. Boat dock at door.
Nice deck. Walking distance to
Lagoon Saloon. Call Stacy 419-
573-2340.
HOME
FOR SALE
LARGE COTTAGE FOR SALE
BY OWNER 152 CHANNEL
GROVE, MARBLEHEAD.
Ohio Sleeps 6, 2Bed/1 Bath,
Large Great Room, Knotty-Pine
interior, New vinyl windows,
Enclosed 24x24 garage with
concrete drive. $109,000. 419-
239-4422.
By Owner 531 Findlay St. Lot
138, Portage Cove Marina &
Park Condo. 34 x 12 Coving-
ton. Deeded dock, Full-size
deck, vinyl railing, aluminum
awning, treated wood fooring,
central AC & heating. Thermal
pane windows & patio doors,
full-size steel door, skylight, full-
sized appliances. Great Value
$70,000. 937-597-0616.
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huge private marina, clubhouse
and pool. Build a 50 dock at
your back door! $80,000.00 by
owner call 216-225-5775.
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RENTALS
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close to beach and Lakeside, 2
bedroom with pool, $950/week.
Call 440-934-0821
OUTER BANKS VACATION RENT-
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MISCELLANEOUS/
MISC.FOR SALE
UN-VENTED propane room heat-
er. Sears Model 600. 15,000
BTU. Good working condition.
$150.00 440-539-6858.
Marlin Mod. 1895 .45-70 w/
Magna- Porting Marlin Mod
1889 .35-55 Complete reload-
ing tools and supplies for both.
Yuguslav 9 SKS 7.62 x 39.
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419-732-3571.
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