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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Task Force on Aging plans countywide blitz

The Ottawa County Task Force on Aging is planning a county- wide blitz to distribute its newly developed Senior Abuse Protocol cards. The blitz is planned for Wednesday, Aug. 29, and involves members of the Task Force visit- ing local businesses, agencies and institutions that interact with the senior population. The distribution of these busi-

ness-card protocols is an effort to increase awareness of and provide direction if someone suspects abuse, neglect, or exploitation of someone in our community over the age of 60. The Ottawa County Task Force on Aging recommends the fol- lowing Senior Abuse Protocol:

• For those in immediate danger, call 911.

• For those with important ques- tions or concerns call Adult Protective Services, 419-898- 3688 and dial 0.

• For those inquiring non-emer- gency aid or services, call Unit- ed Way, 211. The Ottawa County Task Force on Aging is a partnership dedi- cated to building awareness of elder mistreatment through edu-

cation, advocacy and communi- ty-based services. This collabo- ration of agencies works to solve problems and find practical ways

to respect the quality of life for seniors in our community. The key to helping our seniors and protecting them is a coordinated community response. It is the responsibility of all citi- zens of Ottawa County to recog-

nize and report elder abuse, ne- glect and exploitation.

If you have questions or would like more information on the protocol or Task Force, please contact the Ottawa County Probate Court at 419-734-6830.

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because he was go- ing to play all styles of music for people from all walks of life. Thirty years later, that theory is still going strong.

Boe was joined in 1992 by his 13-year-old son, Ronnie, who now manages the band operations. Drummer Brian joined the band a decade ago and in 2004 vocalist Heather com- pleted the band. The Roadhouse Band plays what you want to hear.

The Travelin’ Lounge Lizards

Over the past decade, the Travelin’ Lounge Lizards have be- come somewhat of a staple Islands group, averaging 10 shows

a year in such venues as Mon Ami and Bootleggers in Port

Clinton, Lyman Harbor in Sandusky and the Roundhouse Bar on Put-in-Bay. “We don’t like to work too much,” laughed Glen Tetzloff. However, the sextet — Tetzloff, John Shaffner, Chuck Reich- man, Todd Finke and Bob and Jeannie Hille — put time in the studio last year, emerging with its first CD, aptly titled “Old Men Rock.” “That song came from a youngster in the audience who said, ‘Man, those old guys rock,’” Tetzloff said. Filled with 10 originals, the band’s debut CD features such Lake Erie-inspired tracks as “Let’s Go to the Bay” and “Roundhouse Days.” When asked if one song in particular encapsulates not only the sound but the mindset of The Travelin’ Lounge Lizards, Tetzloff said: “That’s easy. ‘Beer Drinking Man.’ That sums it up. We have a reputation of running our establishments out of alcohol. Not that we do the drinking, it seems like the audience does. We entertain. We’re raucous and we get them moving and dancing, that sort of thing.”

Cruisin’

The Band Cruisin’ was founded by lead singer and sax player Ron Howard in 1986. It’s rare in this business to find a group that has been together for more than 20 years. It’s even more rare for a group to be as successful as Cruisin’. That success can be attributed to five dedicated guys who have lived and breathed the music of Motown and classic rock ’n’ roll, and who consistently perform the hits of the ‘50s through the ‘80s with a style, flair and sound second only to that of the original artists. If you ever have a chance to talk to Ron about the group and the success they’ve had over the years, he’ll tell you it all revolves around a passion for the music.

Gem Beach V Rocks on Sept. 8

Now celebrating its fifth year, Gem Beach Rocks is an annu- al fundraiser for United Way in Ottawa County. This festive outdoor event brings thousands to Gem Beach on the shores of Lake Erie. Over the past four years, more than $200,000 has been raised to support United Way’s efforts advancing education, income and health in Ottawa County. Gather with friends at Gem Beach on Catawba Island from noon to 8 p.m. on Sept. 8 to enjoy a day filled with live en- tertainment, cold beverages, great food, raffles and just plain fun while showing your support for the people of our com- munity. You can ask questions, learn more and see photos of last year’s event by liking the United Way in Ottawa County Face- book page. For those willing and able to volunteer, a few people are still needed the day of Gem Beach Rocks. Helpers will be pro- vided with all-day admission, a very “groovy” T-shirt and a warm fuzzy feeling for “Giving United.” To volunteer, contact Kristen at 419-734-6645 or e-mail Kristen.Gerwin@united- wayottawacounty.org. A number of bands will take the stage throughout the day to keep the party going. They are:

stage throughout the day to keep the party going. They are: Pumpin’ Ethyl Pumpin’ Ethyl entertains

Pumpin’ Ethyl

Pumpin’ Ethyl entertains with high-energy, danceable rock from the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. Their wide range of music draws from the best of Led Zepplin, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Green Day, The Stray Cats, AC/DC and many others. Pumpin’ Ethyl musicians Tom Bowlus, Mark Moyer, Paul Ochs and Galen Arnold have an enthusiastic and loyal fol- lowing in Northwest Ohio. Bass Gear Magazine has featured articles by Bowlus. Check them out at www.bassgearmag. com.

The Roadhouse Band

It’s a very simple theory that Boe Chandler founded the band on in 1980. When you walk into most any local bar, you can be greeted with all styles of music playing on the jukebox, due to that fact that so many different types of people hang out in bars. Boe decided that the name “Roadhouse” was a perfect

Project Lifesaver helps police find missing person

At 1:45 a.m. on Aug. 21, the Ottawa County Sheriff Office received a 911 call in reference to a missing person. The caller stated that a 79-year-old male had been missing for ap- proximately 20 minutes. The man is a client on the Project Lifesaver program that was started in Ottawa County in 2005. Port Clinton Police and Fire Departments were notified. Sgt. Ken Davis responded to the scene with receivers that are designed to track the Project Lifesaver client’s transmitter brace- let. Sheriff Levorchick, Capt. York and Reserve Deputy Chasteen, along with Davis, began the search. All are trained in the Project Lifesaver program. After receiving signals from the client’s trans- mitter, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, Port Clinton Police and Fire Departments and the Ohio State Highway Patrol worked diligently and cooperatively to locate the missing man. He was found 10 blocks from his residence and safely returned to his family. Levorchick stated that this was the first search of a Project Life- saver client since the program began in 2005. Project Lifesaver is a program that utilizes a bracelet transmitter worn by the client on their wrist or ankle. Each client is assigned a specific transmitter frequency. The receivers that the Sheriff’s office uses are then set to the frequen- cy of the missing client. Once a signal is re- ceived, the search team can narrow the search and locate the client. The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank its partners for helping to bring Project Lifesaver to Ottawa County. Those partners are Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, Port Clinton Lions’ Club, Magruder Hospital, St. Vincent’s Life Flight, Ottawa County Senior Resources, Ot- tawa County Board of DD and Ottawa County Veterans Services. If anyone has a family member who suffers from a medical condition that would cause them to wander from home and would like information on becoming a client of Project Lifesaver, contact the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

By JOHN SCHAFFNER Tell Tales Events kick off 199th Battle of Lake Erie
By JOHN SCHAFFNER
Tell Tales
Events kick off 199th Battle of Lake Erie

We lost a legend last Friday. Dick Renn died of a heart attack at the age of 74. I was fortunate to share the Playmakers Civic The- atre stage with Dick on a number of occasions. Who will ever forget his “Colonel Pickering Dance” in My Fair Lady? He bawled me out a few times as the Captain in South Pacific. Dick loved the the- ater, particularly musical theatre. You could see his eyes light up when he spoke of a new play he had seen or was directing. He co- owned Phil’s Inn for many years with Mike Magi. I will miss him.

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There are a number of events coming up to kick off the 199th anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie staged roughly 10 miles north of Port Clinton in Sep- tember of 1813. First, the USS DeWert will be making a visit to Toledo this weekend. On Mon- day, 50 civilians will be taking a ride on the DeWert to Cleveland for Fleet Week leading into Labor Day weekend. On Thursday, Aug. 30, a number of local folks will be taking the Jet Express from PC to Put-in-Bay and then on to Cleve- land. There, the descendants of Oliver Hazard Perry will officially

transfer the flag from the Niagara to the DeWert, symbolic of trans- ferring it from the 1813 US Navy to the modern US Navy. Finally, on Sept. 9, two ships will leave Put-in-Bay to take an historical marker buoy to the site of the battle and drop it.

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Our Find Wylie win- ner this week is Sue Sorgen, of Catawba, who was among the 155 contestants who found Wylie hiding in the grass in the ad for Firelands Hospital on page 4A in last week’s Beacon. Suzie wins

our weekly $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores PLUS two tickets to Gem Beach Rocks Again on Sept. 8. We’ll be hid- ing Wylie again this week, if you find him, drop off an entry form at our office in the Beacon Place Business Center or click on the Find Wylie Icon at our website … www.thebeacon.net.

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The Port Clinton Elks Lodge is bringing back their famous Stag- er-oo, only now the name has been changed to the “Stag-er-oo & Ladies Too.” It will all take place at the lodge on Buckeye Blvd.

This Saturday, August 25 start- ing at 11 a.m. and goes all the way until 10 p.m. There will be raffles, blackjack, the big six wheel, bingo and a Cornhole Tournament. En- try is $20 which gets you admit- tance, lunch and dinner! Lunch will be wings, sandwiches and the works. Dinner is a repeat of the lunch menu plus a big serving of Lake Erie Yellow Perch! Tickets are available at the Lodge, as well as Danbury Hardware, Port Clin- ton Ford, Frederick Insurance, Dublin Commercial Services,

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W. Duane Duncan

Nov. 8, 1938 — Aug. 20, 2012 W. Duane Duncan, 73, of Catawba Island, passed away, Monday, August 20, 2012 at The Cleveland Clinic, Cleve- land, OH. Duane was born on November 08, 1938 in Decatur, IL, the son of William J. and Irene (Schobe) Duncan. He attended Louisiana State University and the University of Illinois. Duane was a mechanical engineer. He was the ex- ecutive vice president of Packaging

Corp. of America from 1962-1987 (25 years) and the vice president of Carton Service Corp. of Shelby, OH

from 1987-2001 (14 years). Duane

was married to Leslie Aquista for 26 years and she sur- vives. He was a member of Colony Club Harbor Assoc. for 20 years and was known as “the mayor” of Colony Club. Duane was a 25-year member of the Catawba Island Club and was a member of The Cliff’s Valley in Travelers Rest, SC and Gulf Harbour in Fort Myers, FL. He loved Ca- tawba and his kids were everything to him. Duane was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, boating and everything outdoors. He will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends. Survivors include: Wife, Leslie Duncan; Sons, Rev. Mi- chael (Cathy) Duncan of Fort Atkinson, WI and David (Christine) Duncan of Valparaiso, IN; Daughter, Eliza- beth (Timothy) Fehr of Minocqua, WI; Step-Son, Richard (Julie) Bernard of Centerbury, OH; Grandchildren, Sarah (Rev. James) Douglas, Rebecca (Andrew) Wilson, David (Rachel) Duncan, Mary (Jon) Lindloff, Elizabeth (Chris) Buskirk, Megan (Chad) Henry, Justin Duncan, Hannah Duncan, Seth Fehr, Abigail Fehr, Jaelynn Bernard; Great- Grandchildren, Anna, Noah and Ethan Wilson, Emma and Jacob Douglas, Micah and Grace Duncan and Lily Henry; Mother, Irene Duncan; Brothers, William J. (Mar- garet) Duncan and David P. (Sherry) Duncan; many lov- ing nieces and a nephew. Duane was preceded in death by his father, William J. Duncan, grandson, Timothy “Tim- my” Fehr and nephew, David C. Duncan. Visitation will be 3-8PM, Thursday, August 23, 2012 in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, 216 Washington St., Port Clinton, OH 43452. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted by his son, Rev. Michael Duncan at 11:00AM, Friday, August 24 in the funeral home. In- terment will be in Catawba Island Cemetery. Memorial donations in memory of Duane may be given to Catawba Island Vol. Fire Dept, 4730 E. Cemetery Rd., Port Clin- ton, OH 43452 or Firelands Presbyterian Food Pantry % Firelands Presbyterian Church, 2626 E. Harbor Rd., Port Clinton, OH 43452 Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com. Harry Persely March 1, 1919 — Aug. 20,

Harry Persely

March 1, 1919 — Aug. 20, 2012 Harry Persely, age 93, passed away Monday, August 20, 2012, at his residence. He was born on March 1, 1919, in Sterling, Pa, the son of Bela “Bill” and Julia (Sabo) Persely. He spent his childhood working on the family farm in nearby Mason- town. He also worked as a young man in Pennsylvania as a coal miner and for the WPA. During WW II, he served in the U.S. Army and earned the promotion to sergeant for the military police. His last assignment, guarding prisoners at Camp Perry, led to a love for this part of the coun- try, and after the war he and his wife settled in Port Clin- ton. In the 1950’s he was co-founder of Persely and Reihl Manufacturing Co., which produced Clinton steel boats and steel docks. In 1960, he started Persely Metal Prod- ucts, specializing in welding, ornamental iron and other metal fabrications, and with the help of Agnes, ran this business for three decades. He continued to be adept at inventing useful metal products. Harry enjoyed collecting antique cars and buying and reselling antiques. He was a life-time member of the Alfred G. Dodway American Le- gion Post #113 in Port Clinton and was active for many years in running bingo and card games. In 2011 he joined the Moose Lodge #1610. He and Juanita contributed much of their time to the Port Clinton Senior Center. He will be remembered for his love of dancing, playing cards and regular trips to the casino. Harry is survived by his loving wife, Juanita and daugh- ter Sharon (Dave) Crifasi of Oberlin; stepchildren: Celin- da (Tom) Gerhardstein of Republic; Pamela (Ken) Bacon of Port Clinton; Sam (Herlinda) Mills of Oak Harbor; grandsons, Michael Crifasi of Cleveland and Kenneth Cri- fasi of Boulder, Colorado; step-grandchildren - Anna, Sa- mantha, Ken Jr.; and Lydia Bacon; Zachary, Noah and Jack Mills; and Madison Gerhardstein; older sister - Helen Em- ery; and his PC Seniors family. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Agnes; his parents, Bill and Julia Persely; brothers: Rudolph, William, Ben, Charles, Max, Leonard, Victor, Gazy and Edward Persely and sister: Julia Gaydosh. Visitation will be from 3-8PM, Wednesday, August 22, 2012 in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Cre- matory, Port Clinton, OH. Funeral service will be held at 10:00AM, Thursday, August 23 in the funeral home. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers, memorials may be made to Stein Hospice, PC Seniors/ Port Clinton Senior Center, American Legion Post #113 or Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio. On- line condolences may be shared with the family at www. walkerfuneralhomes.com.

be shared with the family at www. walkerfuneralhomes.com. Dorothy Engler Dec. 15, 1917 — Aug. 13,

Dorothy Engler

Dec. 15, 1917 — Aug. 13, 2012 Dorothy L. Engler, 94, of Port Clinton, died Aug. 13, at Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Aug. 21, at St. John Lutheran Church, Port Clinton, with burial in River- view Cemetery, Port Clinton. Neidecker, LeVeck & Crosser Funeral Home, Port Clinton, handled the arrange- ments.

Marjorie Lacy

Dec. 15, 1926 — Aug. 15, 2012 Marjorie J. Lacy, 85, of Oak Harbor, died Wednesday, Aug. 15, at Bay Park Commu- nity Hospital, Oregon. Graveside services for Marjorie were held Sunday, Aug. 19, at Locust Pointe Cem- etery, Oak Harbor. Arrangements are being entrusted to the Robinson-Walker Funeral Home & Cre- matory, Oak Harbor.

Patricia Grinnell

Nov. 9, 1941 — Aug. 16, 2012 Patricia Ann Grinnell, 70, of Port Clin-

ton, passed away, Thursday, Aug. 16, at her residence surrounded by her loving family. She was born Nov. 9, 1941 in Johnstown, Pa., the daughter of Charles and Bridget

M. (Haley) Morris Sr.

Survived by: loving husband of 52 years, Wallace James Grinnell Sr.; daughters Tammy Majsterek (Joseph) and Patricia

Harchuck (Roger); son, Wallace J. Grinnell

Jr.; grandchildren Brian Grinnell, Kimber-

ly Conley (Matt), Eric Grinnell and Joseph Majsterek; great-grandson, Johnathan Grinnell; sisters Charlotte Sherman and Barbara Orlandi; brother, Charles Morris

Jr.; and many loving nieces and nephews.

Patricia was preceded in death by her par- ents and sister Marg Copen. Visitation will be 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walk- er Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clin- ton. Funeral service will be conducted at 1 p.m., Monday, Aug. 20, at the First United Church of Christ, Marblehead, with visi- tation starting at 9 a.m. at the church and continuing until the time of the service. Interment will be in Sackett Cemetery, Marblehead. Memorial contributions in memory of Patricia may be given to First United Church of Christ or to the Siedman Can- cer Center. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfu- neralhomes.com. To honor Pat, the family kindly requests your daily prayers for a cure.

Michele Milazzo

April 7, 1930 — Aug. 18, 2012 Michele “Mike” Milazzo, 82, of Port Clin- ton, passed away Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Ohio Veterans Home, Sandusky. The funeral mass will be conducted by the Rev. John Missler at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 27, at Immaculate Conception Cath- olic Church, Port Clinton, beginning with prayers offered at Gerner-Wolf Walker Funeral Home, 216 Washington St., Port Clinton, at 9:30 a.m. prior to mass. Inter- ment will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, in Riverview Cemetery, Port Clinton, with military graveside services being conduct- ed by the American Legion Post No. 113.

Richard Renn

Oct. 25, 1937 — Aug. 17, 2012 Richard N. Renn, 74, of Port Clinton, died unexpectedly Friday, Aug. 17, at Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton. Visitation was Monday, Aug. 20, at the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home, 216 Washington St., Port Clinton, with funeral service Tuesday, Aug. 21. Interment fol- lowed in Marion Cemetery, Marion.

Helen Walls

Dec. 7, 1922 — Aug. 18, 2012 Helen Louise Walls, 89, of Port Clinton, passed away Saturday, Aug. 18, at her resi- dence, surrounded by her loving family. Visitation was Tuesday, Aug. 21, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, with a funeral service conducted by Rev. Daniel Keck on Wednesday, Aug. 22.

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Indians tickets, open house at Otterbein North Shore

Otterbein North Shore will be hosting an open house from 1 to 3 p.m Aug. 23-24. This free event will allow in- dividuals to view the patio homes, apartments and Jane Baker House and gain an understanding of everything a full continuing care retirement community has to offer. “Open house events are a great way to get a sense of what we offer at Otterbein and to understand your op- tions when the time is right for a move. They are low key and no pressure so people enjoy the opportunity to just look around the campus,” said Kathy Cikotte, marketing director. In addition, any individual age 55 or over can enter the give-away for free VIP tickets to an upcoming Indians ballgame. If you cannot attend the open house, call Kathy or Robyn for a personal tour at 419-798-8203 or visit www.otterbein.org.

Appliance, scrap metal collection Saturday

On Saturday, Aug. 25, Ottawa County residents may bring their old appliances and scrap metal to the Ottawa County Fairgrounds at W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor from 9 a.m. to noon for recycling. Items accepted include washing machines, dryers, ov- ens, stoves, hot water heaters, refrigerators, freezers, mi- crowaves, dehumidifiers, furnaces, air conditioners, water fountains, etc. Items made of steel, such as grills, lawn mowers and propane tanks will also be accepted. We will not be accepting televisions, computers or electronics at this collection. This collection is free to all Ottawa County residents and appliances with CFC’s (Freon) will be ac- cepted. All of these items will be taken to a scrap metal yard. For general recycling information, District recycling col- lections or sponsored events log onto the OSS Solid Waste District’s website at www.recycleoss.org. Join us on Face- book by searching: Ottawa Sandusky Seneca Green Recy- cling Scene and hitting the like button on our page. The District also sponsors waste reduction, recycling and reuse programs designed to increase recycling to meet state waste reduction goals. For information, call the District’s main office at 419-334-7222 or toll-free at

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Presale under way for apple quilt

Imagine Art Studio of RVI will be holding a raffle for a beautiful apple quilt that was designed by artists with dis- abilities in the Imagine Art Studio. The quilt measures 98 inches wide and 114 inches long (king size). Presale are available from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at Community Markets, Oak Harbor. The quilt will be on display at the Community Markets VFW Hall in Oak Harbor during the Apple Festival. The drawing will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, on the main stage and drawn by Apple Festival Royalty. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. If you miss the pre-sale, tickets are available for purchase from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at RVI, 8380 W. Ohio 163. For information, call Judi Artiaga at 567-262-3061.

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Free farm pesticide drop off

The Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District is of- fering pesticide collection for farmers wishing to properly dispose of excess and unwanted chemicals. The pesticide collection, sponsored by the Ohio Department of Agricul- ture, in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protec- tion Agency, will take place on Aug. 27 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the parking lot of the Wood County Junior Fair Building, 1380 W. Poe Road, Bowling Green. The pesticide collection and disposal service is free of charge; however, only farm chemicals will be accepted. Paint, antifreeze, solvents and household or non-farm pesticides will not be accepted. To pre-register or for information, call the Ohio Depart- ment of Agriculture at 614-728-6987.

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Members of St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church placed more than 3,500 crosses in the lawn in front of the church Sunday. The crosses will be on display at the church, in front of the Lighthouse at 505 E. Main St., for the rest of the month.

Lighthouse at 505 E. Main St., for the rest of the month. SCHAFFNER OUTING BRINGS IN

SCHAFFNER OUTING BRINGS IN $25K

Beacon Publisher John Schaffner recently presented checks for $12,500 each to Stein Hospice and the American Heart Association. Those were the net proceeds from the Chick Schaffner Memorial Charity Golf Classic held on June 18. Pictured are Jan Bu- cholz (left) of Stein Hospice; Schaffner, event chairman; and Brenda Kuhr, representa- tive of the American Heart Association.

Local earns spot in OSU Marching Band

Megan Wistinghausen, a 2012 Oak Harbor High School graduate, has been selected to be in the 2012 Ohio State University Marching Band. Wistinghausen plays the mellophone and is in R row. She was the only freshman to make it in the mellophone rows. Tryout for the marching band is a grueling two-day process of playing auditions and several marching audi- tions. It is very competitive with almost twice as many people trying out as there are positions. It doesn’t mat- ter if it is your first year or fifth year in the band, every- one goes through tryouts. Wistinghausen was in the Oak Harbor High School Marching Band for four years, the Oak Harbor High School Concert Band for four years, the Terra Com- munity College Brass Choir for three years and the Oak Harbor High School Mixed Choir for three years. She was also a member of the cross country, swimming and track teams at OHHS. She is studying speech and lan- guage pathology at Ohio State University. Wistinghausen will get the chance to march on an Ot- tawa County field when the band comes to Port Clinton on Sept. 28.

field when the band comes to Port Clinton on Sept. 28. APPLIANCE & SCRAP METAL RECYCLING
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Visitors Bureau receives OSS grant

The Ottawa County Visitors Bureau (Lake Erie Shores & Islands West) is pleased to announce the receipt of a grant of $1,475 from the Ottawa, Sen- eca, Sandusky County Joint Solid Waste Management District. The funds were combined with an equal amount from the Visitors Bureau’s budget to purchase two picnic tables and two trash/recycling containers for place- ment outside the Lake Erie Islands Re- gional Welcome Center. The items were purchased locally and are constructed from boards made of at least 90% recy- cled material.

The tables are a popular addition to the Welcome Center as a place for fami- lies to enjoy a snack or guests to check up on their email using the free Wi-Fi that extends outside the building. The heavy-duty trash/recycling containers help solve the problem of wind blowing over lighter containers that were previ- ously used. The Visitors Bureau board and staff wish to thank the OSS Solid Waste Dis- trict Grant Committee for this award. For more information, contact Larry Fletcher at 419-734-4386 or larry@lake- erie.com.

Cooling program ends Aug. 31

Residents seeking assistance to pay their electric bills or who need a free room air conditioner have until Aug. 31 to apply for help. Brian Taylor, basic needs specialist at WSOS, said since the start of the pro- gram on July 1, he has seen a steady in- crease in the requests for assistance. “It’s been a steady stream of applica- tions,” Taylor said. “The high tempera- tures in July did not help.” The three-month program, operated by WSOS Community Action Commission, is available to income-eligible house- holds in the four-county area of Wood, Sandusky, Ottawa and Seneca counties. This assistance is provided once per cooling season. In addition to income eligibility, households are eligible if there is a disconnection notice, if there is a

member who has an illness who would benefit from assistance, verified by physi- cian documentation or where there is a member who is 60 years of age or older. These households may be eligible for an air conditioner if the household has not received one in the past three years or for electric bill payment. The benefit amount has increased this year to $250 per household. In addition, Emergency Services pro- gram continues to certify residents for enrollment in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus for customers of Co- lumbia Gas, the American Electric Power Company, Toledo Edison, Ohio Edison and Suburban Gas. For information, contact WSOS Emergency Services at

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in grades 2-5. There will also be a draw- ing for free books. No registration neces- sary. The program will be offered in the com- munity room. For information, call Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212.

Local recognized with Kiwanis award

Port Clinton Kiwanis Club member Vee Reifsnyder was presented the Walter Zeller Fellowship Award in recognition of outstanding performance as the Di- vision Coordinator of the ELIMINATE project. The ELIMINATE Project is Ki- wanis International’s global campaign to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus from the face of the Earth. The campaign will raise $110 million for the project. Kiwanis is uniting to make a posi- tive difference in the world on behalf of children. Partnering with UNICEF to eliminate MNT, a deadly but highly preventable disease that kills mothers and newborns in the world’s poorest re- gions. A series of three doses of tetanus vaccine means immunity from tetanus. It takes $1.80 to protect one women and her future babies. Kiwanis plans to celebrate this success in 2015, the same year as Kiwanis International’s 100th an- niversary. The Walter Zeller Fellowship medallion is an exclusive award, unique to the ELIMINATE project. Zeller made

the first gift to establish the Kiwanis In- ternational Foundation in 1940. The District Convention held in Youngtown brought

together the 238 Kiwanis Clubs in the state of Ohio to review the year and focus on the coming administrative year. Reifsnyder also re- ceived the Presiden- tial Pioneer Award

presented by Ki- wanis International President A. Alan Penn for her service as the First Woman Ohio Kiwanis Treasur- er. Kiwanis is celebrating the 25th year of Women in Kiwanis. Kathy Jo Schweitzer was recently rec- ognized as being the first woman in the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club as the face of Kiwanis changed forever in the summer of 1987 when delegates voted at the 72nd annual convention to allow women to join the organization.

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Joyful Connections has announced the winners of its recent coloring contest. The contest was open to local children through grade five. Eight elementary schools throughout Ottawa County participated and more than 350 entries were submitted. The coloring contest was held in recogni- tion of Supervised Visitation Awareness Month. Prizes were awarded in three age catego- ries. There was an amazing amount of tal- ent presented in the entries. The first-place winner named for the preschool division was Katelynne, age 5. Andrew, 8, took first place for the kindergarten through second

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• Nicholas J. Clabaugh, 28, Distribution Specialist and Nicole K. Koster, 27, both of Port Clinton.

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E N T A R Y Thursday, August 23, 2012 9A Sound Off rect Support Professional

rect Support Professional Week

(Sept. 9-15), REM Ohio is proud

to

recognize all DSPs who contin-

ue

to provide and assure excellent

care and support to others. Each

year REM Ohio takes extra efforts to celebrate with all DSPs that have stepped up to the challenge throughout the year. A DSP is a person who assists an individual with an intellectual or develop- mental disability (I/DD) to lead

a self-directed life and contribute to the community. They often extinguish misguided informa- tion and come together in the celebration of achievements that embrace community inclusion.

A DSP also acts as a faithful ad-

vocate, in assisting the individual they serve to communicate their needs, wants, self expression and achievement of life goals. These employees are shining examples of advocacy, teaching, and development of life-long friendships with the individuals to whom they provide support services year after year. Several local Direct Support Profession- als of REM Ohio will participate in the Direct Support Profes- sional Recognition Event held September 12, 2012 at the Xenos Center in Columbus. The public

is

encouraged to attend this event

to

honor and give recognition to

all Direct Support Professionals across the State of Ohio. If you are interested in making a differ- ence in the lives of adults with I/ DD or would like to learn more about Direct Support Profession- als, visit www.rem-oh.com or call 800-570-4868. Carla Parker

Executive Director

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Letter to the Editor

The American Cancer Society of NW Ohio thanks you for the participation in the Annual Can- cer Events held on Saturday, Au- gust 18. Together we raised over $15,000 for the cause. The Duck Drop was held at 11:00 a.m. at Monsoon Lagoon. 1100 ducks were off and run-

ning to the finish line. The first place winner was Nancy Nemec, Marblehead. Second place went to Brianno and Melissa Rose of Port Clinton. Third place went to Brenda Ingram of Port Clinton.

A special thanks to the Monsoon

Crew led by Dave, with a thanks for all their donations that helped make the event a success. Thanks

also to Julene Market of Miller Boat Line for her support and donation of 600 tickets. The Duck Drop was followed by the Fourth Annual Chemo Crawl, featuring Our Guest Inn and Suites, The Bait House, Mad- ison Street Pub, The Jet Express and KoKoMo Bay. A reverse raffle was also held. First prize winner was Jerry O’Connor, second prize went to Dave Mitchell and third prize to Dan Wieber. About 70 locals and out-of- towners gathered at the Our Guest Inn to start their journey that ended in a night of music

and support at Mango Mama’s. Red Solo Cups, a survivor song, and the pubs together raised over $5000 for the combined events.

The purple t-shirts were seen all over downtown Port Clinton. A special thanks to Arby’s, Nagoya, Bassett’s, Kroger, WalMart, The Jet Express, Minuteman Press and The Beacon. We are still accepting donations from local businesses to cover the costs of prize money and the rental of the ducks. Checks can be made payable to the American Cancer Society and mailed to the Our Guest Inn at 220 E. Perry, Port Clinton. Thank you to Ottawa County from all the survivors and all those who may be in need of support to-

day. We also recognize those who suffered from this disease who have gone before us. Our hearts and efforts reflect our love, prayer and support to all. Plan ahead. Next year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, August 10, 2013. The American Cancer Society

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n n n

In response to popular demand, the Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to add a second Village Wide Ga- rage Sale this year. The sale dates will be this coming Friday and Saturday, Aug. 24-

25. If you would like to be added to the list

of sales locations, call the Chamber at 419-

898-0479. The lists, when completed, will be available at the Chamber office and at the Oak Harbor Public Library.

n n n

It’s championship golf at its finest this Saturday, Sept. 25. It’s “Putt for a Mutt” at Island Adventure next to Crosswinds Res- taurant on State Route 53, south of State Route 163. Okay, it’s miniature golf, but it will no doubt be a lot of fun. And all min- iature golf proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society of Ottawa County. They will also have a 50/50 raffle and lots of adorable and adoptable pets.

n n n

The new “Flip Flop Kids Swap” at 2868 E. Harbor Road in Port Clinton is having an “End of Summer” Tent Sale” this Saturday, Aug. 25, starting at 10 a.m. They will have a fashion show showing off local handmade dresses for your little ones by “Toe-Head Cuteique”. There will also be a bake sale and lemonade stand where all proceeds are going to childhood cancer research.

n n n

The seventh annual Terry Heise Schol- arship Golf Classic will be held on Sat- urday, Sept. 29 at Oak Harbor Golf Club. Registration will start at 7:30 with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Terry was a coach, mentor and friend to many in Port Clinton, and the proceeds go to the worthy student ath- letes who share those same traits. Golf is just $50 per person, $200 per team which

includes lunch and door prizes. For more information, call Terry’s son Eric at 614-

738-4957.

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The Port Clinton High School Class of 1967 is holding their 45th year Class Re- union the weekend of Sept. 8 and 9. They will meet up on Friday night, Sept. 7, at

Bell Mell’s at 7 p.m. Saturday they will have

a table reserved at the Gem Beach Rocks

Again event on Saturday, Sept. 8 before heading to the Elks Lodge for dinner.

n n n

The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be mak- ing another stop in Ottawa County on Sat- urday, Sept. 1, at East Harbor State Park. Sign up will be at the Camp Store starting at 10 a.m. Campers and everybody else can then give the gift of life to a total stranger until 3 p.m.

n n n

St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Port Clinton is looking for vendors for their All New Fall Festival to be held on

Friday, Sept. 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The cost to rent one of the 10-foot tables

is $20. Flea market or garage sale items are

prohibited. For information, call Monette Garn at 419-635-5863 or contact her by e-mail at monettegarn@gmail.com. Con- tracts must be postmarked by Aug. 31 as there is limited space.

n n n

The Port Clinton Kiwanis Club is

launching a brand new fundraising event:

“An Evening at the Races” on Friday, Oct. 19, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall on Perry Street in down- town Port Clinton. Tickets are on sale for $25 per person, which includes dinner, one drink ticket and lots of betting opportu- nities. It should be a lot of fun, so put it on your calendar right now! I have tickets available at The Beacon.

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SCHOOLS

The Beacon

Champions for Children take trip to Put-in-Bay

On Aug. 15, the participants of the Port Clinton City School District’s Champions for Children Summer En- richment Camp traveled to Put-in-Bay for a day of fun. Approximately 40 children, accompanied by several chaperones, toured the island on golf carts and were special guests of Joan Bryden’s Talk at Ten Radio Show. The children had a picnic lunch at the park, played on the playground and then enjoyed a sweet treat of ice cream compliments of parents of one of the par- ticipants. Champions for Children is grateful to the following businesses and individuals that made the trip to Put- in-Bay possible: Jet Express — round-trip tickets; Del- aware Carts — golf cart rental; Joan Bryden — radio show program. The Put-in-Bay trip was just one part of a summer full of fun with the Champions for Children Summer Enrichment Camps. Participants enjoyed presentations, visits and field trips throughout the 12-week program. Some of which included: a Mud Hens game; two trips on the Jet Express; visits from Toledo Zoo; Ottawa County Fair visit; “Rise Above” Tuskegee Airmen Ex- hibit and new Liberty Aviation Museum; Ottawa Coun- ty Courthouse, War of 1812 presentation by the Mason- ic Lodge, Ottawa County Historical Museum and Ida Rupp Library. Community partners hosting programs included: Ottawa County Health Department, OSU Extension Office and Girl Scouts. Registration is now being accepted for Champions for Children Before- and After-School programs start- ing Sept. 5. The orientation program will be 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the Ida Rupp Public Library. Scholarships monies are available for qualifying fami- lies. Champions is a child-care provider for Ottawa County’s Department of Job and Family Services. To learn more about the program, stop by the orientation on Aug. 28, visit the website at www.pccsd.net and click on the “Champions” link or contact Jackie Warnicke at 419-732-2102, ext. 232.

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Montessori

Preschool

opens

A child’s finger traces letters made

of sandpaper while pronouncing its

sound. Tiny wooden containers are carefully shaken as a child listens in- tently for matching sounds. A small glass pitcher is used to pour water into six small glasses as a banana is cut into circular pieces for a snack. These are just a few of the daily ac- tivities children will be completing this fall at East Harbor Montessori. The preschool, with extended care, opens its doors on Sept. 4 to children ages 3 to 5. As with traditional preschools, chil- dren will learn the basics of reading, writing and math, but children will also be engaged in practical life tasks

and activities designed to refine their five senses. The preschool also stands apart in that each day children are given the freedom to choose the ac- tivities they complete. Once an activ-

ity is introduced to the class through

a clear demonstration, then the activ- ity is added to the classroom shelves from which children choose their

to the classroom shelves from which children choose their work each day. “During the work period

work each day. “During the work period I carefully observe the children as they com- plete their individual work. I have to be careful not to interrupt a child’s concentration as they go about the activities but offer guidance when it is needed,” said Melissa Bayer, teacher at the new preschool. “Our very small class size will allow me to observe each student and tailor our activities to meet their particular interests.” While the mornings will be dedi- cated to Montessori activities, after- noons will be spent outdoors. “Chil- dren can learn so much about nature and cooperating with others through free play outside,” says Bayer. “Our backyard is full of plants, insects, and animals to observe. We also have a number of stations throughout the backyard such as pot and pan drums

and a mud pie kitchen, to give the children opportunities for creative play together.” To celebrate the grand opening, East Harbor Montessori will be hold- ing an open house from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 26, at 2110 E. Har- bor Road, Port Clinton. More infor- mation can be found at www.east- harbormontessori.blogspot.com or by calling 419-734-1764.

harbormontessori.blogspot.com or by calling 419-734-1764. B-C-S Schools, Carroll Township work together The Carroll

B-C-S Schools, Carroll Township work together

The Carroll Township Board of

dent Guy Parmigian explained that

a

“good neighbor” to the school dis-

Trustees joined officials from Ben- ton-Carroll-Salem schools for the district’s regular meeting held at the Carroll Township Complex. Jeff Dornbusch, president of the B-C-

it was his privilege to be selected as the superintendent of B-C-S Schools, and committed himself to being a “problem solver” who is committed to honoring the district’s past while

trict. He added a thank you to Car- roll Township for their donation of scrap asphalt (from a road resurfac- ing project) that was provided to B- C-S Schools through collaboration

Board of Education, introduced new Treasurer Tim Coffman and

S

also building on a strong foundation for the future.

between employees for the purpose of renovating and improving a park-

new Superintendent Guy Parmigian. Dornbusch explained to the Board

Parmigian explained that he has an open door policy and welcomed

ing lot located just north of the foot- ball field at Oak Harbor High School.

a

discussion about the potential sale

of

Trustees the process of hiring the

all present to not hesitate to contact

Parmigian concluded by offering

new B-C-S leaders, and explained how they were selected from a very

him if anyone has any questions or concerns they wish to bring to his at-

the trustees an opportunity to have

high quality group of candidates. Mr. Dornbusch commented that, “B-C-S

tention. Parmigian went on to thank Carroll Township Police (along with

of, and future of, the Carroll School property. This discussion was held in

is

an excellent district that continues

the Village of Oak Harbor Police and

executive session. Officials from both

to

attract high quality candidates for

Ottawa County Sherriff) for pro-

B-C-S Schools and Carroll Township

employement.” Mr. Dornbusch ap- plauded the dilligent work of Coff- man toward promptly getting the school districts’ finances in order. Upon his introduction, Superinten-

viding security at Oak Harbor High School during last weeks’ Nuclear Regulatory Commission hearing . Parmigian said that he appreci- ated the fact the township has been

renewed their commitment to work together in the future for the ben- efit of the residents and families they serve.

WSOS enrolling for childhood programs

With a new school year approach- ing, applications for children from birth to 4 years old are now being accepted at the Port Clinton WSOS

preschool center. Options available to parents who enroll their children at WSOS include full and half-day class-

es and/or home visitation services.

WSOS has earned the highest Step

Up to Quality designation awarded

by the Ohio Department of Job and

Family Services, Children Services Division–Three Stars. Children enrolled at the center play,

learn and develop social skills at one

of the best quality preschool centers

in the state because they have met all the requirements ODJFS has put in place for centers to achieve. The WSOS Head Start/Early Child- hood Development program is a comprehensive early childhood and family program. The program pro-

vides early childhood education that is complemented by nutrition/health services for the child and social ser- vices for the entire family. Families who enroll in the program benefit by having access to a variety of com- munity resources, diverse parent education programs and other social

services that can assist the family to

become self-sufficient. Eligible families are those whose total annual income does not exceed 100 percent of the federal poverty guidelines for Early Head Start/Head Start and 200 percent for the Early Childhood Education Program. Chil- dren with special needs are also eli- gible for these services. Please call to verify the income levels. If your family could benefit from the WSOS Head Start/Early Child- hood Development Program or you know a family that would, call WSOS at 1-800-775-9767 or visit www.wsos. org.

Child- hood Development Program or you know a family that would, call WSOS at 1-800-775-9767 or

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Thursday, August 23, 2012 11A

Local artist teaches at Sutton Center

The Port Clinton Artists’ Club is offer- ing an oil painting class for all levels at the Sutton Center Technology Conference Facility at 1854 Perry St. Local artist and club member Kathie Widing will teach the class on Saturday, Aug. 25. Widing is a certified painting instructor following many years of taking classes from promi- nent national artists. Widing is also the program chairwoman for the Art Club, so interested individuals can call her directly to register and get the supply list at 419-341-0817.

The Sutton Center also includes an art gallery maintained by the Port Clinton Artists’ Club. The art is available for sale. The gallery features oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, batik, copper enam- els, pencil drawings and mixed media. The gallery is located next to Common Grounds Deli and is open to the pub- lic. For information about the club, visit www.portclintonartistsclub.com, and for information about the Sutton Center Technology Conference Facility contact Dave Castillo at 419-732-1420.

Conference Facility contact Dave Castillo at 419-732-1420. ONE MORE TIME AT THE VINEYARD Melissa and Larry

ONE MORE TIME AT THE VINEYARD

Melissa and Larry Beahm, performing as “One More Time,” brought their great mu- sic and energy to The Vineyard on Catawba Aug. 16. More than 60 residents, guests and staff gathered for a delicious dinner, followed by the musical comedy review. The performance was sponsored by The Go-Getters, a craft group at The Vineyard.

sponsored by The Go-Getters, a craft group at The Vineyard. ‘Ohio & the Civil War: 150

‘Ohio & the Civil War:

150 Years Later

Traveling exhibit makes stop in Lakeside

A traveling exhibit exploring Ohio’s in- volvement in the Civil War will be on display in the Hoover Auditorium Lobby from until Sunday, Sept. 2. The “Ohio & the Civil War: 150 Years Later” traveling exhibit will open a half-hour prior to each 8:15 p.m. Hoover performance. The Ohio Historical Society, in partner- ship with the Ohio Humanities Council and American Electric Power, sponsored development of the “Ohio & the Civil War:

150 Years Later” Traveling Exhibit, a spe- cial panel exhibit produced for the 150th commemoration of the Civil War. The ex- hibit explores Ohio’s participation in the war and focuses especially on individuals’ choices that impacted local communities over the course of the war. Democracy, transformations and memory are the three themes used within this exhibit to reveal Civil War stories that impacted Ohio in the 19th century to the present day. Through the lens of these themes, the exhibit ex- plores topics such as civil rights, political dissent, pacifism, religion and popular culture and reveals patterns in the coun- try’s response to such topics throughout

history. Ohio’s leadership before, during and after the Civil War had a profound influence on American history. Decades later, a statewide initiative to observe the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in Ohio (2011-2015) is being led by the CW150 Advisory Committee and the Ohio Histor- ical Society. American Electric Power and the Ohio Humanities Council are sponsors of the initiative. For information about Ohio’s Civil War 150th anniversary commemoration, spe- cial events and more, visit www.ohiocivil-

war150.org.

Spectators are required to pay Lakeside’s Daily Gate Pass admission fee ($18.50 for adults and $12.75 for youth ages 12-18 per day. Children under 12 and guests over the age of 90 are free.) Regular gate prices will continue through Saturday, Aug. 25. Admission is half-price Sunday, Aug. 26, through Monday, Sept. 3 ($9.25 for adults, $6.50 for youth ages 12-18, and free for children under age 12 and guests over age 90). To park on the grounds, a Daily Auto Pass is required for $7.75 per day.

Aug. 23

BCS meeting

WHAT: Special Meeting of the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: Board office, 11685 W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor

Aug. 24

Growing Up Wild

WHAT: Nature-based, pre- school activities from Project Wild. WHEN: 10 a.m. WHERE: Sportsmen’s Migratory Bird Center, 13229 W. Ohio 2, Oak Harbor COST: Free INFO: 419-898-0960 or friendsofmageemarsh.org

Fish Fry

WHAT: Lake Erie Yellow Perch sandwiches and dinners will be served by the American Legion Post 114 before the Oak Harbor home football games. Dine-

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Mon., Aug. 27 Cabbage Rolls OR Stuffed Pepper Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Vegetable - Roll & Butter

Tues., Aug. 28 Choice of 2 Sandwiches Breaded Veal OR Italian Sausage OR Sloppy Joes French Fries OR Onion Rings - Dill Pickle

Wed., Aug. 29 Chicken Noodle Casserole Tossed Salad Muffin & Butter - Dessert

Thur., Aug. 30 Roast Pork & Dressing Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Apple Sauce - Roll & Butter

Fri., Aug. 31 Lake Erie Yellow Perch OR Jumbo Breaded Shrimp Buttered Periogies OR Fried Cabbage & Dumpling Cole Slaw - Roll & Butter

Additional items available. Substitutions may be made without notice.

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in or carryout; public welcome. WHEN: 4 to 7:30 p.m. WHERE: American Legion, Oak Harbor INFO: 419-898-5888

Riverfront Live

WHAT: The acoustic duo consisting of Jamey and Kerry from the band, THe junk, will perform in the free summer concert series. JK All Day plays songs by artists such as Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Prince, The Eagles and Elton John. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Under the canopy at North Jefferson Street, downtown Port Clinton INFO: www. historicportclinton.com

Aug. 24-25

Village Wide Garage Sale

WHAT: Maps will be available at the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce INFO: 419-898-0479 or www.oakharborohio.net

Aug. 25

Farmers’ Market

WHAT: Crafts, baked goods, art and more

WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Downtown Oak Harbor INFO: www.oakharborohio. net

Perch Festival

WHAT: Marblehead Lions Club annual event features live music by Key Motion. WHEN: Parade begins at 10 a.m. WHERE: James Park, Marblehead

Chicken Barbecue

WHAT: Port Clinton Lions Club will selling dinners by Bar-B-Que Traveler WHEN: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Lake View Park Port Clinton COST: Advance tickets $7.50; at the Park $8.50 INFO: Call Patti Howell,

419-734-2308

Putt for a Mutt

WHAT: Island Adventures Family Fun Center miniature golf course will be the site for hole-in-one challenges, 50/50 raffles and more to raise funds for the Ottawa County. Adoptable pets will be on hand for the festivities. Humane Society. The rain date for the event is Aug. 26. WHEN: Noon to 6 p.m. WHERE: 280 SE Catawba

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Aug. 27

Hair Cut-A-Thon

WHAT: Haircuts are $10 minimum donation and nail polish and brow wax are $5 each. All proceeds will benefit the Luma family, which was devastated by the passing of Jim Luma — coach, referee, volunteer, husband, dad and friend. Make sure to bring your spare change for the Lemons for Lumas lemonade stand and bake sale on Madison Street, in front of the salon. WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Pin-Ups Hair Studio, Madison Street, Port Clinton

Aug. 28

BCS meeting

WHAT: Regular Meeting of the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education WHEN: 6 p.m. WHERE: Board office, 11685 W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor

Aug. 30

The Gathering

WHAT: Free blood pressure checks are offered during this free meal; open to the public. Carryout is available ; Handicap access. WHEN: 4:30 to 6 p.m. the last Thursday of each month WHERE: St. John Lutheran Church Parish Hall, corner Adams and Second streets, Port Clinton

Elephant Talk

WHAT: The buffet lunch is $10. No reservations required.

WHEN: Noon the fourth Thursday of each month WHERE: Port Clinton Elks, 231 Buckeye Blvd.

‘Happy Feet’

WHAT: Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to claim your spot in front of the large inflatable screen. Concessions will be available for a donation or you may bring your own. WHEN: Dusk around 8:45 p.m. INFO: 419-734-5503

Saturday, August 25th 2012 VFW Post 2480’s 1st Annual Benefit Poker Run $$$3 TOP CASH

Saturday, August 25th 2012 VFW Post 2480’s 1st Annual Benefit Poker Run

$$$3 TOP CASH PRIZES$$$

Proceeds to Benefit Wounded Warriors M1 For Vets Honors Banquet

Poker Run Starts and Ends at the VFW Post 2480 214 Madison St. Port Clinton, OH 43452 (419) 734-9981

Free Hotdogs, Hamburgers and sides will be available for all registered participants at the end of the ride at the VFW Post 2480 Cash Bar Available 50/50’s and Raffles

Pre-registration forms with fees can be mailed to VFW Post 2480 214 Madison St. Port Clinton, OH 43452 Attn: Ernie Isaac/Lisa Miller Pre-registration fees:

$10 Driver & $5 Per Passenger. Make checks payable to VFW Post 2480 Memo Poker Run

On Site Registration Begins at 11 AM $15 Driver and $5 for Each Passenger

First Bike Out at 12 PM Last Bike in at 4 PM

Stops Include:

VFW Post 2480

214 Madison St.

Port Clinton

VFW 2529 604 W. Perkins Ave. Sandusky Lake Wilmer Inn

5012 Campbell St.

Sandusky

Margaritaville

212 Fremont Ave.

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Lagoon Saloon

3131 W. Wayne Rd.

Port Clinton Mikes Tavern 8956 W. State Route 163 Oak harbor

APPLIANCE & SCRAP METAL RECYCLING EVENT SATURDAY, August 25 th , 2012 9:00 am -
APPLIANCE & SCRAP METAL
RECYCLING EVENT
SATURDAY,
August 25 th , 2012
9:00 am - Noon
Ottawa County Fairgrounds
W. St. Rt. 163, Oak Harbor
• Accepted Materials •
Any appliance or household object made primarily of steel including:
• air conditioners
• freezers / refrigerators
• car parts
• dishwashers
• clothes washers & dryers
• grills
• cook tops / ovens
• hot water tanks
• dehumidifiers
• lawn mowers
NO televisions, computers or electronics
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Thursday, August 23, 2012 1B

Redskin tennis 1-1 after first week GOLF The Lady Redskins recorded their first victory of
Redskin tennis 1-1
after first week
GOLF
The Lady Redskins recorded their first victory of the sea-
son with a 5-0 win over Fremont St. Joe, bringing their
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• Lexi Fodor/Allison Long (PC) defeated Daniela Baez/
Madie Collins (SJ) - 6-1, 6-1
“Everyone played well, said Coach Lindsay Smith. “Lib-
by Showalter stepped into the first doubles spot (for an ill
Katie Schroeder) and held her own.”
Molly Haberman, Taylor Steyer, Candace Smith all won
in JV singles action.
PC travels to Edison to open SBC Conference play on
Tuesday.
Last Thursday afternoon, the Lady Redskins opened
their season with a 3-2 loss to Norwalk.
The Oak Harbor Girls’ Golf Team faced off with Mau-
mee Monday in Oak Harbor and three Lady Rocket
golfers scored personal bests.
Brooke Tice earned a par on the fourth and fifth holes
to lead her team with a 50.
Kaylie Hallett-Szymanski (52) and Whitney Rutledge
(54) also earned personal bests.
Maumee defeated Oak Harbor 190 to 210 as Emily
Long led the Panthers with a 40.
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Clair (54), Paige Siguardson (56), Hannah Glass (63)
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PC looks to finish with winning record for first time since ‘93

BY YANEEK SMITH Sports Editor In each of the last two seasons, the Port Clinton Redskins have fallen just short of finishing with a winning record. In 2010, the Redskins, sitting at 5-3, lost their final two games and, last season, after storming out of the gate with a 5-2 record, fell in their final three contests. But more than that, they’d like to compete for a play- off spot. (Port Clinton fell just 2.05 points short of qualifying for the postseason last year.) Toby Hammond, now in his ninth year at the helm coaching the Redskins, has rebuilt a program that averaged 1-2 wins per season before he arrived. Hammond knows a thing or two about winning, hav- ing taken St. Mary Central Catholic to the Div. V State Championship Game in 1990. The team returns 15 starters, eight on of- fense and seven on defense. With running backs Diante Laurel and Jacob Carrisales and wide receiver Steve Wingo gone, the Redskins will have to re- place their share of offensive production. Fortunately, their offensive line, which in- cludes five seniors returns all five starters from last season. The unit of Ben Petersen, Chris Overfield, Nick Leone, Robert Beck and Cory Colston features five three-year starters and makes for a strong foundation. “We’re banking on our experience on the offensive line (helping us this season),”

said Hammond. Also returning is quarterback Addi- son Rospert, a stel- lar athlete who can make things happen by throwing and run- ning the ball. Collin Yurista and Keegan will both see time at running back with

Cody Smith serving as the fullback. Brock Moore, Justin Hol- mes and Chris Stokes are the three pri- mary receivers and Trey Gluth will start at tight end. On the defensive side of the ball, Colston and Tristen Mallory will play both end po- sitions and Smith, Gluth, Beck, Michael Kirkpatrick and Zach Wheeler will rotate in on the interior part of the line. Lowe, Overfield and Alex Bastian will start at linebacker and the secondary is comprised of Stokes, Moore, Rospert and Chris Weaver. Hammond notes that the defense, which might be the fastest he’s had during his time in Port Clinton, must keep improving from week-to-week and get solid contri- butions from some of its sophomores and juniors who have seen little varsity action in the past. Depth is also an issue with the team, especially on defense. After hosting Woodmore to open the season, the Redskins go on the road for

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four consecutive games. If they’re able to get through that portion of the schedule with three wins, they’ll be in good shape heading into the second half of the season. It’s possible that six wins could get Port Clinton into the playoffs this season. The second game of the season has the Redskins traveling Delphos to take on the St. John’s Blue Jays, a Div. VI powerhouse program that has won six state titles in the last 15 years. How Port Clinton performs against St. John’s could set the tone for the rest of their season. Hammond is looking forward to the challenge. “It’s really gonna help us down the road,”

Hammond said of playing the Blue Jays. “If you’re going to be a good football team, you’ve got to beat good teams.” If there was ever going to be a year when the Redskins could get over the hump and finish with 6-7 wins and compete for a playoff spot, now is the time. When asked about his team potentially finishing with a winning record, Ham- mond summed it up bluntly. “If we don’t do it now, I don’t know when we will.”

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Port Clinton Varsity Football Schedule

Friday, Aug. 24

Woodmore

Home

7:00 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 1

St. John Delphos

Away

1:00 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 7

Genoa

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Friday, Sept. 14

Edison

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Friday, Sept. 21

Oak Harbor

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Friday, Sept. 28

Margaretta

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Friday, Oct. 5

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Friday, Oct. 12

Perkins-H.C.

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Friday, Oct. 19

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Friday, Oct. 26

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4B Thursday, August 23, 2011

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

The Beacon

Danbury continues rebuilding process

BY YANEEK SMITH Sports Editor Over the past few seasons, the Danbury football program has made progress. The Lakers have gone from wondering whether or not they would even be able to have a program to becoming consistently competitive to in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference. Needless to say, it won’t be easy to take that next step. Gone from last year is TAAC Defensive Player of the Year Lucas Kennedy, who is

set to play football this fall at Baldwin Wal- lace College. The defensive back had 101 tackles, four interceptions and four fumble recoveries. Kennedy also earned first-team league honors for his play at quarterback, doing damage with both his arm and his legs as he threw for 1621 yards and 11 touchdowns and ran for 1266 yards and 15 scores. The Lakers also lost standout players Ben Adams (OL/LB) and Justin Tester (OL/ DL) Cory Schenk to graduation. In 2011, Schenk set the school record for receptions (62) and receiving yards (1087) in a single season. Taking over for Kennedy under center is senior Zach Kalinoski, who has previously seen time at quarterback, wide receiver and even center. While faced with the task of replacing one of the best players in school history, head coach Bryan Dudash

is confident that Kalinoski can do a suffi-

cient job of replacing the production left by Kennedy’s graduation. (Former head coach Tim Heffernan is staying on as an assistant.) “(Kalinoski) throws a nice football, he throws accurately — he’s got a pretty good arm,” said Dudash, who served as the team’s offensive coordinator for the past

two seasons. “I think he throws the ball

a

little better than Lucas, but doesn’t run

it

as well. I think he was 17-of-28 for 160

yards passing in our last scrimmage. He’s done some nice things for us.” Wide receiver Brandon Bahnsen returns after missing the last five games of the sea- son with a back injury. Aside from Bahn- sen, the Lakers lost all of their starting receivers to graduation and must replace, according to Dudash, approximately 90% of their offensive production from ‘11. Cody German, who will split time between running back and wide receiver is expected to see an increased load. “We expect him to get 20-25 touches per game,” Dudash said. Passing the ball is what the Lakers do. They like to run a lot of four-wide receiver sets and focus on a short passing game that gives their receivers a chance to make plays in the open fields. And, while they don’t run many plays, they do use a variety of formations to confuse the defense. Defensively, Dudash sees the defensive line as being one of the team’s strengths. Austin Morin will be the primary run stop- per and Cooper Eller and John McClellan will rush from the edge. Taylor Molnar is taking over at middle linebacker and fills the void left by Adams. Despite the fact that the program faces an uphill climb, it is, indeed, headed in right direction. The team has 28 players in the program, enough to field a junior var- sity squad for the first time in seven years. “I don’t think we’re ready to compete with some of the top teams in the TAAC yet, but if we can continue building with what Coach Hef did, we’ll be alright,” Du- dash said. “If we can continue to build our win totals and get to 5-6 wins, it can be a success.”

our win totals and get to 5-6 wins, it can be a success.” Danbury Lakers Varsity

Danbury Lakers Varsity Roster

3

Brandon

Bahnsen

SR

5-10

181

FL/FS

4

Cody

German

JR

6-0

192

TB/CB

7

David

Gast

SR

5-7

168

FL/OLB

8

Donnie

McCune

FR

5-8

138

FL/FS

9

Jacob

Kuebler

FR

5-8

150

FL/FS

10

Caleb

Gerber

SO

6-1

174

SE/OLB

12

Jim

Chamberlin

JR

5-11

180

SE/CB

14

Zach

Kalinoski

SR

5-11

186

QB/OLB

17

Jon

Brooks

SO

6-1

183

QB/DE

20

Dylan

Harris

FR

5-7

128

SE/CB

22

Kegan

Rakosky

JR

5-9

177

SE/OLB

23

James

Dorko

SO

5-9

162

FL/CB

24

Tyler

Waggoner

SO

5-7

138

FL/CB

30

Geraldo

Salinas

FR

5-8

172

FB/MLB

33

Taylon

Molnar

SO

5-11

189

FB/MLB

51

Austyn

Morin

JR

6-0

261

OG/DT

54

Jon

McClellan

JR

5-10

208

OT/DE

55

Tyler

Dray

JR

6-0

199

OG/LB

56

Mike

Stys

SO

5-8

187

C/MLB

61

Ken

Fleming

SO

5-9

187

OG/DT

64

Cooper

Eller

JR

5-11

208

OG/DE

66

Kyle

Grubb

FR

5-10

252

OG/DT

68

Eden

Flynn

FR

5-10

176

OT/DE

70

Shay

Rickard

SO

5-11

209

OT/DE

72

Camreon

Sherry

FR

5-6

132

OG/DT

78

Marcus

Funderwhite

FR

5-10

168

OT/DE

80

Anthony

Stephens

FR

5-6

160

SE/CB

88

Chance

Mackall

SR

6-3

184

SE/DE

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Thursday, August 23, 2012 5B

Port Clinton Redskins Varsity Roster

1

Alex Bastian

JR

6’0”

186

TE/LB

2

Jordan Kleinhans

SO

6’0”

170

QB/DB

4

John Morton

SO

5’7”

155

FB/LB

5

Brock Moore

JR

5’11”

150

REC/DB

6

Noah Cross

JR

5’8”

135

REC/DB

7

Justin Holmes

SO

5’10”

165

REC/DB

8

Dylan Stacy

JR

6’1”

150

REC/DB

9

Jessee Escobedo

SO

5’8”

135

REC/DB

11

Addison Rospert

SR

5’11”

155

QB/DB

18

Chris Weaver

JR

5’10”

150

QB/DB

19

Trey Gluth

SR

6’3”

215

TE/DL

20

Chris Stokes

SR

6’1”