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My how this summer is fying by!

The
Fourth of July is coming up, and since it
happens on Wednesday this year, we will
be publishing next weeks Beacon on
Tuesday, July 3, in time for the holiday.
So for those of you who wanted to place
classifed ads or send us news items,
please be aware that our deadline for
both will be much earlier next week. In
fact, get it to us by 4 p.m. this Friday,
June 29. Our regular deadline for clas-
sifeds is Monday at 4 p.m. We still get a
lot of calls on Tuesdays, many of which
we cant accommodate.
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A pair of old replicas will be making
our area home for a while. A rebuilt
Ford Tri-Motor airplane will be giving
rides out at the Erie-Ottawa Regional
airport. Also, a true U.S. Navy PT Boat
will be docking at Port Clinton for a
while as well. It came into PC earlier this
week and was recently purchased by the
Liberty Aviation Museum which will
soon be open on State Road next to the
airport.
MORE ON THE TRIMOTOR PAGE 8A
The Catawba/Marblehead Parade
of Homes is coming up and our big
kickoff event will be held from 6 to 8
p.m. on Thursday, July 5, at Crows Nest
in Danbury Township. The tickets for
that event are $20 each and include a
huge buffet and wine tasting with ALL
the proceeds going to the local unit of
Salvation Army. Tickets are on sale at
Crows Nest, Mon Ami, Crabby Joes,
Minuteman Press, The Beacon and at
the Salvation Army unit in the Sutton
Center.
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Our Find Wylie winner
this week is Ray Witkiewicz
from the Cleveland area who
was among the 183 contestants
who found Wylie in the ad for Common
Grounds on page 8A in last weeks Bea-
con. Ray wins our weekly $20 gift card
from Friendship Food Stores. Well be
hiding Wylie again this week, if you fnd
him, drop off an entry form at our of-
fce in the Beacon Place Business Center
or click on the Find Wylie Icon at our
website www.thebeacon.net.
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Mark Fillmore, a graduate of Port
Clinton High School and a current
student at Princeton University is work-
ing for a company
called Revolution
Prep. He will be
helping youngsters
from this area to
prepare for their
ACT/SAT tests.
The company has a
good track record
improving the ACT
scores by an average
of 4 points! Mark
says his ultimate
goal is to improve scholarship oppor-
tunities for students in the area as well
as help high achieving students get into
top colleges. For information, you can
call Mark at 419-635-6476 or e-mail
him at Mark_Fillmore@ivyinsiders.com.
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BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
Publisher
Home sales activity through-
out Ohio jumped 19 percent in
May, according to a report from
the Ohio Association of Realtors.
Locally, the number of units sold
in May in the area covered by the
Firelands Association of Realtors
actually dropped slightly in the
same period. However, the good
news is that the average sale price
actually by nearly 9 percent and
nearly $10,000 per home sale in
the same period.
Our market appears to be es-
tablishing a very solid foundation
following the downturn we expe-
rienced as a result of the onset of
the economic collapse of 2008,
said Robert Miller, president of
the Ohio Association of Realtors.
The industry remains cautious-
ly optimistic that were making
strides toward having a sustain-
able, growing marketplace going
forward.
Despite the lower sales fgures
in May, the Firelands Associa-
tion of Realtors numbers show a
nearly $2 million increase in vol-
ume to go along with the $10,000
increase in the average sale price.
The trend line for the year also
remains strong, as the total of
units sold is up nearly 13 percent
and the total dollar volume is up
nearly $12 million.
We remain extremely con-
fdent about the Ohio housing
market as interest rates remain
at historic lows, prices have begun
to trend upward, inventories are
declining, sellers are increasingly
realistic in their pricing expecta-
tions and consumers understand
that long-term, owning a home is
a tremendous investment, said
Miller.
Local home values jump in May
The Portage Township Trustees and the
VFW Post 2480 Honor Guard met at the
Shook Cemetary last week to add the fn-
ishing touches to the revitilization proj-
ect that had been started by the Portage
Township Elementary School children
years ago.
The students began the project by
planting fowers by the sign. The Por-
tage Township Trustees continued the
effort by obtaining a grant from the
Ottawa-Sandusky-Seneca County Joint
Solid Waste District. With that grant,
the Trustees acquired the picket fence
and arbor.
For the fnal touch, Commander Rich-
ard Ellis of the VFW Post 2480 contacted
the Port Clinton City School Board and
requested the fag pole that was being
removed from the Bataan Elementary
School be donated to the Portage Town-
ship Trustees to be placed at Shook Cem-
etary. The school board agreed and Ellis
picked it up, took it to Shook Cemetery
and painted it. The Portage Township
Trustees then dug the whole and set the
pole. Now the American Flag donated by
the VFW 2480 fies high in honor of the
seven Civil War veterans interned there.
Meeting set to plan
future of Live Here
Buy Here campaign
Leadership Ottawa County will host a planning
meeting to discuss the continuation of the
Ottawa County Live Here Buy Here cam-
paign and Taste of Ottawa County event.
Live Here Buy Here was developed as a class
project by the Leadership Ottawa County Class
of 2010 and carried on by the Class of 2011.
The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday,
June 28, at the Ottawa County Board of Devel-
opmental Disabilities, 235 N. Toussaint South
Road, Oak Harbor.
For information about Leadership Ottawa
County, go to www.leadershipottawacounty.
com.
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There is suddenly a major rebound hap-
pening with the local restaurant/entertain-
ment businesses. A number of new names
will appear on the local horizon giving lo-
cals and visitors more choices where to dine
and be entertained.
The Listening Room is being launched by
local entrepreneur Ron Miller, who owns
the two Our Guest Inns in Port Clinton.
He has been a Nashville music maven for a
number of years and on several recent visits
to Music City, Tennessee, came up with an
all new entertainment concept. In the small
banquet room in the downtown Our Guest
Inn, Ron will launch an intimate entertain-
ment featuring some the top up-and-com-
ers in Country Music. The purchase of al-
coholic beverages during the performances
will fulfll two-drink minimum charge of
$13.50. The shows will be at 6 and 9 Friday
and Saturday nights. The room seats 100
patrons. The atmosphere is patterned after
such renowned music clubs as the Village
Vanguard in New York City, The Trouba-
dour in Los Angeles and the Bluebird Caf
in Nashville. To purchase tickets in advance
call 419-734-7050.
The Island House is coming back! Since a
group of Toledo-area investors purchased
the Island House at the corner of Perry and
Madison streets in Port Clinton, food ser-
vice success has been spotty, at best. Now, a
new investor has stepped forward and has
brought in Kevin Lowe, long-time restau-
rant manager at Nates, the NorEaster Club
and Nagoya. His longest experience came
working for Nate Buchantz. He remembers
how Nates became one of the most popular
bar/restaurants in the area.
Lowe told me last week that their intent is
begin small and build the business back up.
They will have a limited menu of the most
popular items, and should resemble the old
Nates cuisine. They have named their dif-
FILLMORE
New venues
popping up
around town
See ENTERTAINMENT 6A
Bataan fag pole gets new home
Improvements continue at Shook Cemetery in Portage Township
The VFW Post 2480 Honor Guard was on hand last week to unveil the new feature at Shook Cemetery.
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Jeffrey Ohm
Aug. 24, 1961 June 19, 2012
Jeffrey J. Ohm, 50, of Port Clinton,
passed away peacefully with his family by
his side on Tuesday, June 19, at Firelands
Regional Medical Center, Sandusky.
A graveside service will be conducted
by Rev. Dr. Kurt Borows Jr. at Catawba Is-
land Cemetery at 2 p.m. Monday, July 2.
Friends and family are welcome. Gerner-
Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory,
Port Clinton, is assisting the family with
the arrangements.
Sharon Doty
Oct. 28, 1940 June 22, 2012
Sharon Elizabeth Doty, 71, of Port Clin-
ton, passed away Friday, June 22, at Otter-
bein Northshore Retirement Community,
Marblehead.
Visitation was Tuesday, June 26, in the
Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home &
Crematory, Port Clinton, with the funer-
al service following conducted by Pastor
Bruce Batchelor-Glader.
Nellie Ferrin
July 16, 1917 June 23, 2012
Nellie Lucille Ferrin, 94, of Port Clinton,
passed away Saturday, June 23, at her resi-
dence.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Wednesday, June 27, in the Gerner-Wolf-
Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port
Clinton, followed by a Celebration of Life
at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Christy
Chapel Cemetery, Port Clinton.
Aubrey Alexis Johannsen was born at
3:37 a.m. June 11 at Firelands Regional
Medical Center to Todd and Stacey Jo-
hannsen of Marblehead. She weighed
7lbs. and was 20 inches long. Grandpar-
ents are Bob and Sheila Johannsen of Ca-
tawba Island and Bill and Nancy Kihlken
of Marblehead. Siblings are Mike and Lexi
Mitchell.
A girl was born June 22 at Firelands Re-
gional Medical Center to Karen and Bryan
Alejandro of Port Clinton.
Births
Obituaries
As we approach the anniversary of our richly blessed
nation, I am cognizant of the fact that one of the most
obvious truths about human beings is that we are fnite
all subject to illness, injury and we are all going to die.
Equally obvious is that
none of us is perfect as
The Holy Bible says we all
have sinned and fall short
of the Glory of God.
Christians believe God
so loved the world that
God gave His only Son
that whoever believes in
Him should not perish,
but have everlasting life
Gods ultimate response
and answer to our fnite
and imperfect lives.
And God has a more
temporal response and
answer as well. God cre-
ated three institutions: the
human family, the church
and the state. Each was
created by God, placed by
God under His Author-
ity and ultimately respon-
sible to Him, and each
dynamically called upon
to prayerfully seek Gods
blessing and guidance.
Creating the family, God
created us male and fe-
male and decreed There-
fore a man shall leave his
father and his mother and
cling to his wife, and they
shall become one fesh
the closest and most intimate of all human relationships.
As the church God created evolved through human his-
tory, Jesus said, Go therefore and make disciples of all na-
tions, baptizing them in The Name of The Father and of
The Son and of The Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe
all that I have commanded you.
Of the state God created, speaking through St. Paul,
God decreed Let every person be subject to the govern-
ing authorities. For there is no authority except from God,
and those that exist have been instituted by God. And, of
course, it was on these beliefs and other Biblical teachings
that our own richly blessed nation was founded. This is
what James Madison, the fourth president and known as
The father of Our Constitution, meant when he made the
Following statement: We have staked the whole of all our
political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for
self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to
govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves
according to The Ten Commandments of God.
God created the human family under God with its
responsibilities and blessings. God created the church
under God with its responsibilities and blessings. God
created the state under God with its responsibilities and
blessings.
For the state to call upon religious institutions to per-
form acts in confict with their beliefs violates Gods Word
and our Constitution.
For partisan church offcials to champion partisan
causes and offcials with the claim they are speaking for
God is equally wrong.
For us to pray individually and collectively in church-
es and other public venues that God will bless and
guide our nation is a God-given gift one thankfully rec-
ognized by the founders of our country. For individuals to
vote and correspond according to our individual beliefs
and to serve however we may be called to is our responsi-
bility under God.
God bless America as God has since our founding.
Good News Musings
By DR. KURT BOROWS
God bless America
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With all of the national concerns, even
protection of our funds in a nationally
insured banking institution can be at
issue. Several years ago the government
increased the amount of coverage from
$100,000 to $250,000 per depositor, per
insured bank, for each account ownership
category. The government devised a very
complicated formula to determine exactly
how much would be protected. It com-
bines the entire depositors like accounts
in the calculation. Protection is granted
based on ownership and stated benefcia-
ries.
SINGLE ACCOUNTS
Single accounts are accounts that are
held by one person in their individual
name. The total of account protection for
each banking institution is $250,000.00.
This would include checking, savings,
money market or certifcate of deposits
or any form of those listed. All of these ac-
counts are added together and considered
one for insurance purposes. It has noth-
ing to do with the number of accounts
but rather the ownership of the accounts.
Included in this category are any business
accounts that are held in a doing business
as nature. The account is separate only
if it is a corporation or totally separate
entity and has its own identifcation num-
ber, otherwise it is included in the above
account totals.
JOINT ACCOUNTS
This is an account owned by two or
more individuals. This would include
Joint with Right of Survivor or Tenants
in Common. Each person may have a
total of $250,000.00 in any one banking
institution. Each owner is considered to
have an equal ownership interest unless
clearly stated otherwise. If there are three
owners then each has a one-third owner-
ship. Each co-owner must have signed the
signature card and have an equal right of
withdrawal. If a person has $200,000.00
in various individual accounts and is a
one-half owner of an account that has
$160,000.00 then he or she will have
coverage of a total of $250,000.00 and
$30,000.00 will not be covered. All ac-
counts are considered taken together and
the use of the social security number is
not relevant for insurance protection
qualifcation.
PAYABLE ON DEATH ACCOUNTS
This is an account with a stated benef-
ciary. One must know the correct rules
to guarantee protection. These accounts
protect the benefciary. If there are two
benefciaries and one dies, coverage
terminates as to that benefciary and only
half of the account would be covered.
Bank input is important to insure proper
protection on this type of account.
INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS
This is an account that is owned and
directed by you and not the plan admin-
istrator. This includes, IRAs, Roth IRAs,
401(k), Keogh plans, simplifed Employed
Pension Accounts and all 457 accounts.
All self-directed funds owned by the same
person are added together and protected
up to $250,000.00 in EACH banking
institution. It is irrelevant how many
benefciaries are listed. The only deter-
mination is $250,000.00 for each owner
in each banking institution. Remember,
this relates only to money accounts in an
insured bank. This has nothing to do with
stock. If an individual has seven different
accounts ranging from $20,000.00 to
$100,000.00 and many benefciaries listed
such as children and grandchildren only
a total of $250,000.00 is covered and the
balance is uninsured.
My recommendation if you have con-
siderable funds in several accounts at one
banking institution is to have the accounts
reviewed with a qualifed bank employee.
This will give you the comfort of know-
ing that the funds are totally protected
with the full faith and credit of the United
States.
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Jeff Roth is a partner with David Bacon
and associate Jessica Moon of the frm
ROTH and BACON with offces in Port
Clinton, Upper Sandusky, Marion, Ohio
and Fort Myers, Florida. All members of the
frm are licensed in Ohio and Florida. Mr.
Roths practice is limited to wealth strategy
planning and elder law in both states. Noth-
ing in this article is intended for, nor should
be relied upon as individual legal advice.
The purpose of this article is to provide in-
formation to the public on concepts of law
as they pertain to estate and business plan-
ning. Jeff Roth can be reached at ohiofori-
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Port Clinton Senior Center is joining in
the Fourth of July fun with an Ice Cream
Social. Icy treats will be served up at 3 p.m.
on the lawn of Trinity United Methodist
Church on Adams Street in downtown
Port Clinton. The social is sponsored by
the senior center, Community Markets
and Crosser Funeral Homes.
Other Fourth fun planned for Wednes-
day includes the Firecracker Cutie contest
at 10 a.m. in the Adams Street Park and a
Fourth of July Parade beginning at 2 p.m.
After the social, the part continues with a
performance by the Terra State Brass Choir
at the Adams Street Gazebo and a Family
Dance Party at 8 p.m. at Waterworks Park.
Festivities wrap up with the annual fre-
works show at 10 p.m.
Events planned to
celebrate the Fourth
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ASSE International Student Exchange
Programs, in cooperation with the local
high school, is seeking local families to
host boys and girls between the ages of 15
to 18 from a variety of countries around
the world.
Students come with an enthusiasm to
practice their English and experience
American culture food, sports, shop-
ping and more. They will also share their
own culture with host families. Host fami-
lies welcome these students into their fam-
ily, not as a guest, but as a family member,
giving both the students and families a
rich cultural experience.
In addition, students have pocket money
for personal expenses; and full health, ac-
cident and liability insurance. Students are
academically selected into the program,
and host families can choose their students
from a wide variety of backgrounds, coun-
tries and personal interests.
To become a host family or to fnd out
how to become involved with ASSE in
your community, call our Midwestern
Regional Offce at 1-800-736-1760 or go
to www.assehosts.com to begin your host
family application.
Local families needed
for exchange students
Immaculate Conception School has
hired Mike Gabel as the Kids Care Direc-
tor. Gabel holds a Bachelor of Science in
Education from Bowling Green State Uni-
versity with a major in Comprehensive
Business Education. He will be helping
with the marketing of ICS, will be visible
on the playground daily and will substitute
in the classroom when needed.
Gabels previous experience of 27 years
in the Catholic school in Fremont was as a
ffth grade teacher and coach for football,
baseball and basketball. His experience
also included a principal ship, Dean of
Students, athletic administrator and busi-
ness and computer instructor. He has been
involved in Relay for Life, CYO basketball
coach, Athletic Booster, Rotary Club mem-
ber, School Council, Holy Family Forma-
tion Team and is a Eucharist Minister in
his Parish of St. Josephs. He describes
himself as having an
excellent rapport with
students, a strong
commitment to Cath-
olic education, strong
family values and ac-
tive in his Catholic
faith.
Gabel lives in Fre-
mont with his wife of
30 years, Beth. They
have three grown
children: Brad, Carrie
and Jenny (Scott) Moyer, all living in the
Columbus area. He is the proud grand-
father of 5-year-old Derek Moyer and
19-month-old Grady Moyer.
Fremont educator joins team at ICS
GABEL
EHOVE Adult Career Center is proud to announce
the graduation of 15 students in the EHOVE Medical
Assistant program on June 21. Among the graduates
is Port Clintons Jordan Norman .
Medical Assisting is one of the nations fastest grow-
ing careers, according to the United States Bureau of
Labor Statistics. This is attributed to a predicted in-
crease in the number of physicians offces and out-
patient care facilities. The growing number of elderly
Americans who need medical treatment are factors
for the increased demand for medical assistants.
Medical Assistants are multi-skilled personnel who
can perform administrative and clinical procedures.
Physicians value the unique versatility more and
more, as managed care compels them to contain costs
and manage human resources effciently.
The EHOVE Medical Assistant students worked dil-
igently in this program to complete their 900 hours
required. The last 200 hours of their practicum ex-
perience were completed in surrounding physician
offces to include Norwalk, Bellevue, Clyde, Lorain,
Sandusky, Wellington, LaGrange and Vermilion.
We cannot thank the healthcare community
enough, said Tonya Lloyd, EHOVE Medical Assistant
Director and Coordinator.
Their support is instrumental in continuing the
students education with hands experience outside of
the classroom.
Students will be looking forward to taking their
rigorous Certifed Medical Assistant Exam from the
American Association of Medical Assistants organi-
zation.
Applications now being taken for next class. If you
or someone you know would like to be a part of this
growing profession, call EHOVE Adult Career Center
at 419-499-4663, ext. 280. Classes for the next pro-
gram start in August. More information is available at
www.EHOVE.net.
Malory Urbanek (front left), Amanda Pifer, Breanna Smith, Jordan
Norman, Berlyn Buczek, Brittany Ballard, Linda Clark, Marguerite
Maloy (back left), Amy Holtz, Sylvia Hendricks, Elizabeth
McCullough, Jacob Bodi, Shannon Blystone, Alisa Logan and
Amanda Heydinger.
Opportunity is knocking
Port Clinton Middle School held the an-
nual Honors Convocation on Thursday,
May 24, 2012 at the Port Clinton High
School Performing Arts Center. The fol-
lowing awards were presented for the
2011-12 school year:
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Fleet 6 Jared Depner, Nicholas Main-
ous, Anthony Nesbitt
Fleet 7 Alexander Camerato
Fleet 8 Ellis Adolph, Heaven Bassett,
Joseph Miller, Alexis Whitt.
OUTSTANDING ATTENDANCE
Fleet 6 Mary Bowers, Bailey Cole,
Madelyn Gerwin, Leslee Gilleland, Erin
Hiller, Blake Kelly, Alex Koskela, Delayna
Laurel, Chelsea Lee, Amber Luma, Alex-
andrea Rose, Jerald Sedilko, Lauren Shaw,
Brianna Stout, Joshua Street, Dawson
Tommer, Brianna Turner.
Fleet 7 Austin Arnold, Kenneth Boyle,
Dean Colston, Skyler Cook, Meghan Gal-
logly, Alyssa Krupp, Angelo Martell, Han-
nah Roberts, Taylor Rollins, Nathan Stay-
ancho, Austin Vargas.
Fleet 8 Abreanna Arnold, Tristan
Auxter, Ashtyn Baney, Maddison Cole,
James Crowl, Marissa Day, Kelsey Diet-
rich, Nick Finley, Olivia Heckerd, Jessica
Hofacker, Rachelle Hofacker, Salvatore
Martell, Tamera Rogers, Maranda Santoya,
Emily Shaw, Bethany Urban, Leah Warner.
PRINCIPALS LIST ALL TRIMESTERS
Fleet 6 Hailey Ball, Kyle Dietrich,
Emma Eickert, Erin Hiller, Kirsten Lorge,
Nicholas Mainous, Claudia Rosiar, Max
Rumbarger, Lauren Shaw, Paige Steyer,
Lauren Steyer, Megan Ziembowicz.
Fleet 7 Joseph Brenner, Keegan
Chapman, Trevor Frias, Natalie Gottron,
Courtney Koebel, Alyssa Krupp, Logan
Martinez, Matthew Paeth, Emily Reineck,
Rachel Reineck, Hannah Roberts, Stepha-
nie Wheeler.
Fleet 8 Ellis Adolph, Carter Frye,
Katelyn Koebel, Taylor Steyer.
HIGH HONORS ALL YEAR
Fleet 6 Ashlyn Borton, Mary Bowers,
Merissa Jagucki, Blake Kelly, Jack Kes-
sler, Drew Kopchak, Alexander Koskela,
Delayna Laurel, Amber Luma, Madeline
Recker, Jadan Rogers, Isabelle Rospert, Al-
lie Veverka, Morgan Wojciechowski, John
Young.
Fleet 7 Zachary Barr, Kenneth Boyle,
Paul Dress, Samantha Emmons, Devin
Feuhrer, Meghan Gallogly,
Victoria Glaze, Asha Guer-
ra, Jacob Koch, Saman-
tha McGlothlin, Morgan
McLaughlin, Hailey Marez,
Collin Miller, Amelia Mor-
row, Anthony Paradiso, Andrea Rewoldt,
Taylor Rollins, Alex St. Leger, Austin
Vargas, Ellen Walters, Katelyn Wammes,
Breeyana Wells.
Fleet 8 Sydney Alexander, Tristan
Auxter, Ashtyn Baney, Cydney Bass, Gina
Buono, Katelyn Chapman, Allison Cline,
Maddison Cole, Kelsey Dietrich, Kassie
Finneran, Jasmine Garcia, Clarissa Gon-
zalez, Christopher Haghiri, Adrianna
Hall, Olivia Heckerd, Logan Hepp, Mi-
randa Herevia, Jessica Hofacker, Ashley
Householder, Steven Kast, Ebony Klein-
hans, Michael Leone, Baileigh Limes-
tahl, Sierra Magi, Joseph Miller, Brandon
Moore, Alyssa Peto, Bradley Rich, Collin
Rider,Maranda Santoya, Emily Shaw, Noah
Smith, Natalie Stitak, Nathan Stubblefeld,
Alana Sutherland, Courtney Trent, Betha-
ny Urban, Megan Vallance, Spencer Wad-
sworth, Abigail Waite, Adam Wells.
DEPARTMENT AWARDS
Math Lauren Shaw, Matthew Paeth,
Taylor Steyer.
Reading Paige Steyer, Alyssa Krupp,
Maddison Cole.
Writing Ashlyn Borton, Trevor Frias,
Kelsey Dietrich.
Social Studies Megan Ziembowicz,
Joe Brenner.
American History Gina Buono
Science Blake Kelley, Rachel Bou-
Sliman, Ellis Adolph.
Art Kayce Deal, Melvin McCord,
Baileigh Limestahl
Computer Max Rumbarger, Hannah
Roberts, Carter Frye.
Work & Family Stone York, Madison
White, Leo Alvarado.
Industrial Tech Erin Hiller, Emerson
Lowe, Lydia Bacon.
Choral Ariel Koepplinger, A.J. Car-
penter, Nate Stubblefeld, Tori Glaze.
Band Hailey Ball, Zach Barr, Adam
Wells
Orchestra Lauren Steyer, Katie Wie-
wandt, Miranda Rawlins.
Physical Education Tony Nesbitt, Lo-
gan Martinez, Drew Fodor
Awards for Outstanding Achievement
in Middle School Athletics and Academ-
ics were presented to Ashtyn Baney and
Nathan Stubblefeld. Brandon Moore and
Bethany Urban received the Archie Griffn
Sportsmanship Award.
Taylor Steyer was honored with the Prin-
cipals Award of Distinction. The Princi-
pals Award of Distinction is given annu-
ally to an eighth grade student who has
shown the following qualities during his
or her two years at Port Clinton Middle
School: Dependability, Cooperation, Citi-
zenship, and Scholarship. In addition, to
be considered for this award, during the
two years, the individual must have had
excellent attendance and behavior, and
contributed to the support and spirit of
the student body. A committee of middle
school faculty members makes the nomi-
nations.
See the photo album from the PCMS
Convocation online at www.pccsd.net.
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Wine Down Your Weekend every Sunday Evening 6-8 pm
annual Chicken Barbecue on Sunday, July 8, at the Ot-
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Clinton and Oak Harbor. Dinners will be served from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with dine-in and drive-thru available.
The cost is $8 per half chicken dinner. All proceeds go
to maintain high quality 4-H opportunities for Ottawa
County youth.
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The Ottawa County Republican Womens Club will
once again be 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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The annual reunion of
former Standard Products
employees will be 1 to 5
p.m. Saturday, July 28,
at Port Clintons Lakev-
iew Park. Many of us are
reminded that, at one point
in time not that long ago,
Standard Products, located
on Maple Street in Port
Clinton, was one of the
largest employers in Ottawa
County.
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the event, e-mail stan-
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or visit www.spreunion.
info. Attendees are asked
to bring a covered dish to
share and old photographs
that might be donated
to the Ottawa County
Historical Museum. For
information also you can
call Arlene at 419-732-2375.
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They are holding a
Triathlon of sorts at White
Star Park near Gibsonburg
at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 21.
The event will consist of
a 750-meter swim, a 20
kilometer bike ride and a
5 kilometer run. There are
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athlon.com. You can also
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The Republican Lunch
Bunch has formally
changed its name. It is
now called Elephant Talk
and will be held again this
Thursday, June 28, at the
Port Clinton Elks Lodge.
The featured speaker will
be State Auditor Dave Yost.
Cost is $10 and all are
welcome.
TELL TALES from 1A
ferent venues after famous people
who visited the Island House during
its heydays in the 40s, 50s and 60s.
The banquet room on the west side
along Perry Street will be the Marilyn
Monroe Room. The bar and grill on
the south side along Madison Street
will be the Bogart Room. There are
many more upgrades planned, but
Kevin understands that a success-
ful food service at The Island House
is extremely important to the future
economic health of downtown Port
Clinton. He told me that the investor
group has suffcient capital to slowly
grow the business back to its former
glory.
Other new venues for dining and
entertainment have also popped up.
Mango Mamas, located behind Ko-
komo Bay on North Madison Street
in Port Clinton, has become an en-
tertainment venue of note. They are
now featuring a comedy club every
Wednesday, the popular Island Idol
Karaoke contest on Thursdays, and
live musical entertainment every Fri-
day and Saturday evening. Wednes-
day night jazz has become extremely
popular at Slaters on Madison Street.
Two other venues have appeared or
will appear in the near future. Bran-
dys Steak House is now operating at
what was the Islander on Sand Road.
Also, now ownership has taken over
the old Ponderosa Steak House, which
has been re-named The Thirsty Pirate
at the corner of Ohio 53 and 163.
Mickey Kelley and Mike Willis com-
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is a 1929 Ford from the Ka-
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vited to attend this fun reading event that helps inspire
children to become lifelong readers. The fair offers spe-
cially priced books and educational products, includ-
ing popular series, award-winning titles, new releases,
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Ida Rupp Public Library is located at 310 Madison St.
The Salvation Army needs volunteers to ring the bell
for the Christmas in July Red Kettle event from 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday, July 27-29. There will
be three kettle sites set up with volunteers needed at
each site: Community Market in Port Clinton, Kroger
and The Jet Express. All proceeds will go The Port
Clinton Salvation Armys current programs.
If you are interested in ringing the bell or would like
to make a donation, contact Director Maureen Sapo-
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Clinton.
Ring the bell for
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The newly formed Port Clinton Area Democratic
Club will be holding its meetings at 5:30 p.m. on the
second Wednesday of every month at club headquar-
ters, 432 Fremont Road, Port Clinton.
The clubs goal is to have guest speaker programs,
instructional workshops, recruit and support of can-
didates representing the Port Clinton area and sur-
rounding townships, encourage and foster youth in-
volvement as well as additional programs as the club
grows.
The Port Clinton Area Democratic Club would like
to extend an invitation to any and all interested parties
to attend the monthly meetings and become part of a
growing organization.
Any questions or inquiries may be directed to
pcdemocratic@gmail.com or Larry Hartlaub, treasur-
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Club Reds sixth annual Sherry
& Chocolates event was hosted re-
cently by the clubs founder, Cindy
Amerine, at Love on the Rocks, the
lovely home of Kim and Liz Skri-
nak of Catawba Island. The annual
membership drive featured not only
a home tour, but also speakers who
shared information about Club Red
and its mission to educate the public
of the many Red Cross programs and
services offered locally and across the
country.
Special guest, vocalist Carmen
Miller, entertained the 75 women
present with her fabulous rendition
of I Have Nothing. Miller will be
joined by local piano man Greg Fox
during the cocktail hour of this years
Club Red gala, Black & White with a
Splash of Red to be held on Friday,
July 20, in the Catawba Island Club
Pavilion.
Tickets are on sale now for what is
sure to be another sold-out Club Red
affair. Ticket requests may be made
by contacting this years ticket chair-
woman, Marian Tavtigian, at 419-
797-4151or the American Red Cross,
419-734-1100.
Get your tickets now before theyre
gone. This is a fun-flled evening
which supports the American Red
Cross and all funds stay in Ottawa
County, said co-chairwoman Lynn
Majce.
Many Club Red members have tak-
en training to volunteer to assist the
programs and services of the Ameri-
can Red Cross which include support
for our Armed Forces personnel and
their families, disaster and emergen-
cy relief, health and safety training,
community blood drives, local and
regional Red Cross boards.
For information about Club Red,
call chairwoman Karen Blizzard at
419-797-6006 or contact the local
offce at 419-734-1100 or redcross@
thirdplanet.net.
PHOTO BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
SCOTTISH PRIDE
Rite Aid pharmacist Ian McBride, proud of his Scottish
heritage, wore kilt to work after the employees of the
Port Clinton store raised more than $4,000 for the Chil-
drens Miracle Network.
Club Red holds Sherry &
Chocolates membership drive
Marblehead is having a community ga-
rage sale Saturday, July 14th. Organizers
are looking for village and township resi-
dents to participate in the sale. Residents
will be displaying their treasures in front
of participating shops on Main Street.
For details and registration, stop by the
Jodie McCallum Gallery at 724 W. Main
St., Village Clothing Company 122 W.
Main St.or PC Antiques, 215 W. Main
St.
This garage sale is being advertised lo-
cally and regionally Cleveland, Co-
lumbus and Toledo so a large crowd
of enthusiastic shoppers is anticipated.
The deadline to reserve a spot is
Monday, July 9.
MARBLEHEAD
Sign up now for garage sale
The logo for
Marbleheads
community
garage sale
was designed
by Danbury
High School
student Taylon
Molnar.
The Genoa American Legion Post
324 sent fve young men to the 2012
American Legion Buckeye Boys State
held on the campus of Bowling Green
State University. The event began
Sunday, June 10, and will end with
graduation and closing ceremony on
Sunday June 17.
American Legion Buckeye Boys
State is an eight-day hands-on expe-
rience in the operation of the demo-
cratic form of government, the orga-
nization of political parties, and the
relationship of one to the other in
shaping Ohio government. Founded
in 1936, Buckeye Boys State is the larg-
est Boys State program in the nation
with an attendance of 1,200 young
men annually. Boys State programs
throughout the nation are sponsored
by the American Legion, the nations
largest veterans organization.
This years delegates sponsored by
Genoa American Legion Post 324 in-
clude John Belsky, Jason Hille, Nick
Mortensen, Clay Parlette and Mark
Veldez.
Legion sends reps to Boys State
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Please join us on Friday, June 29 at 6:30pm for Riv-
erfront Live! located under the canopy at N. 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
entertainers.
Angel Foss will be taking the stage this Friday evening.
Angel has been playing and entertaining with her mu-
sical talents for over 20 years. She has sang and played
solo as well as in various bands. Some you may have
heard of include: Monkey Love, Todd and Angel duo,
and Quick Fixx. She can offer quiet, subtle background
music, sing-a-long songs, party music, and dance mu-
sic as needed for your occasion. You can hire her to
play solo or with a various size group of professional
musicians. From the Carpenters and the Pretenders to
Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones, from Jim Croce and Cat
Stevens to Gnarls Barkley -- all styles and time periods:
Angel covers Blues, Pop, Rock, Jazz, Folk, and a little
Country. You will hear the most popular songs most
likely not covered by any other artist in the area.
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
Ottawa County 4-H is hosting its annual chicken
barbecue Sunday, July 8, at the Ottawa County Fair-
grounds on Ohio 163. Dinners will be served from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. with dine-in and drive-thru available.
The cost is $8 for a half-chicken. This event helps to
maintain the high quality 4-H opportunities in Ottawa
County. For information contact Tom Wilhelm at 419-
707-0206 or tomcharwilhelm@gmail.com or Kathy
Booher at 419-898-1618
Angel Foss
to perform at
Riverfront Live
Annual 4-H chicken
dinner coming up
June 28
Family Night Arts
on Erie Concert
WHERE: Perrys Victory and
International Peace
Memorial, Put-in-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2184 or
www.npe.gov/pevi
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.
WHERE: Peace Lutheran
Church, 900 Jefferson St.,
Port Clinton
INFO: 419-515-4900
AND
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
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.
The Gathering
WHAT: Free blood pressure
checks are offered during
this free meal; open to the
public
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
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.
every Tuesday and Thursday
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
June 29
Alzheimers event
WHAT: The Alzheimers
Association, Northwest Ohio
Chapter, is hosting the
professional development
program, Ethical Decisions,
Spirituality and Dementia.
This half-day workshop will
help spiritual leaders of
faith-based communities
and other interested
persons to increase their
knowledge of dementia and
reach out more effectively
to people with memory loss
disorders and their families.
For many people with
Alzheimers disease,
participating in spiritual
practices was an integral
part of their younger years.
Continued spiritual support
throughout the course of
the disease can provide a
great deal of comfort and
meaning to these people
and their families. The
program has been approved
for three contact hours of
continuing professional
education. Participants can
feel free to bring their
breakfast or lunch. Light
refreshments will be served.
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 12:30
p.m.
WHERE: Magruder
Hospital, 615 Fulton St.,
Port Clinton
COST: The registration fee
is $25, payable at the door.
INFO: To register, call 800-
272-3900
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
June 30
Stein Hospice 5K
Regatta Run
WHEN: Run starts at 8:30
a.m.
WHERE: Battery Park in
downtown Sandusky.
Walkers are also welcome
COST: $15 pre-race and
$20 day of race. Following
race a continental breakfast
will be served at the
Sandusky Sailing Club.
INFO: 800-625-5269 or
askolnik@steinhospice.org
Oak Harbor
Farmers Market
WHAT: Market put on by
the Oak Harbor Downtown
Committee in conjunction
with the Oak Harbor Area
Chamber of Commerce
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the
fourth Saturday of each
month
WHERE: Flat Iron Park
Community Picnic
WHAT: Games, food and
fun courtesy of Lake Point
Baptist Church. All are
welcome.
WHERE: Lakeview Park
Pavilion
WHEN: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
COST: Free
INFO: facebook.com/
lakepointbaptist or 419-
734-2213
July 1
Special service
WHAT: Resurrection
Lutheran Church will be
having a special service
featuring patriotic songs
and a performance by the
Sunday School class
WHEN: 9 a.m.
WHERE: Resurrection
Lutheran, 2370 N.E.
Catawba Road, Port Clinton
Canada Day
WHERE: Perrys Victory and
International Peace
Memorial, Put-in-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2184 or
www.nps.gov/pevi
Freedom Concert
WHERE: Perrys Victory and
International Peace
Memorial, Put-in-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2184 or
www.nps.gov/pevi
July 2
Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group
for those affected by
anothers drinking
WHEN: 7 p.m. every
Monday
WHERE: St. Thomas
Episcopal Church, 214 E.
Second St., Port Clinton
TOPS
WHAT: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly; all are welcome
WHEN: 6 p.m. every
Tuesday
WHERE: Catawba
Community Hall, 3307 NW
Catawba Road
Spring into Yoga
WHAT: Bring a mat and
wear loose clothing for the
class taught by certifed
yoga instructor Linda Green.
WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. every
Tuesday
WHERE: Magruder Hospital
Conference Center
COST: $8 per class with
sign up for the whole
month or $10 per class
INFO: 419-635-2337
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.
every Tuesday and Thursday
WHERE: Magruder
Conference Center
COST: $4 per session
INFO: 419-732-4061
July 3
Old Fashion Hog
Roast
WHAT: Dine in or carryout
service available
WHEN: 11 a.m. until sold
out
WHERE: American Legion
Post No. 114, 221 Park St.,
Oak Harbor
COST: $8
INFO: 419-898-5888
July 4
Naturalization
Ceremony
WHERE: Perrys Victory and
International Peace
Memorial, Put-in-Bay
INFO: 419-285-2184 or
www.nps.gov/pevi
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 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
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
marbleheadsummerfeset@
yahoo.com
July 7
Fourth annual Amazing Kite Flight
WHAT: Kite master Don Klos and other will
demonstrate their talents and show everyone how
to make a frustration free kite guaranteed. Also
check out The Windjammers aerial performance
team from Detroit. Sponsored by the Greater Port
Clinton Area Arts Council.
WHEN: 1 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Rotary Skate Park/Derby Pond
area in downtown Port Clinton
INFO: www.portclintonarts.org
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Award-winning Put-in-Bay novelist Bob
Adamov will be signing copies of his sixth
novel, Tan Lines, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. July 4 at Joseph Wise Fine Clocks in
Lakeside.
Tan Lines continues the popular Em-
erson Moore series and Adamovs string of
Lake Erie Island best sellers, which include
Rainbows End, Pierce the Veil, When
Rainbows Walk, Promised Land and
The Other Side of Hell.
In Tan Lines, something is killing the
perch in Lake Erie. Is it bioterrorism or a
new fsh kill virus? When the United States
president and the Canadian Prime Minis-
ter visit the Lake Erie islands for a confer-
ence and walleye fshing, the President dis-
appears. Its two days before the president
stands for re-nomination at the partys na-
tional convention in Cleveland.
When the head of the Presidential Pro-
tection Detail accuses Washington Post
investigative reporter Emerson Moore of
attempting to assassinate the U.S. presi-
dent, Moore escapes and a massive hunt is
initiated. The hunt is soon expanded to in-
clude a missing Secret
Service Agent and a
mysterious, unidenti-
fed third party.
Amidst a snipers
assassination attempt,
a covert terrorist on
Grosse Ile, a series of
unsolved murders,
a rogue Put-in-Bay
police offcer, an il-
licit love affair, arson,
Pirates Week festivities, a terrorist bomb
threat in Put-in-Bay and boat chases;
Moore tries to stay one step ahead of his
would-be captors as he works to clear his
name and fnd the President. His escape
route takes him through Lakeside Marine,
Lakeside, Joseph Wise Fine Clocks and
Marblehead.
Ive been a fan of Lakeside for years
and it was fun to write in the scenes at the
Clock Shop with Joe and Cindy when the
U.S. President appeared unexpectedly at
the back door. The witty exchange between
the three of them captured Joes stoicism
and Cindys excitement. Joe and Cindy
have been wonderful friends and it was a
privilege to feature them, the author said.
Adamov was the featured author at the
2006 Ernest Hemingway Literary Festi-
val in Key West. He was named Writer of
the Year for 2010 in regional competition
sponsored by the University of Akrons
Wayne College. His frst novel was a 2003
runner up as the top fction novel in the
Great Lakes (won by Pulitzer Prize winner
Middlesex.) All of his novels were rated 5
Stars by the Midwest Book Review and sev-
eral were named as top novels in northeast
Ohio by the Akron Beacon Journal. His
novels have won awards at the Hollywood
Book Festival, London Book Festival, New
York Book Festival and the Indie Awards.
Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimers
staff compared Adamovs writing style to
Clive Cussler and Tom Clancy. Cussler has
become a fan of Adamovs, had him speak
at his October 2008 and September 2010
convention and endorsed his last novel,
The Other Side of Hell.
A screenplay has been prepared on the
frst novel, Rainbows End, at the request
of Dominic Sena, director of Kalifornia,
Gone in Sixty Seconds, Swordfsh and
Whiteout. The screenplay is currently
being revised. A screenplay is under devel-
opment on Tan Lines.
Adamov is planning on a fall 2012 release
for his next novel, Sanduste, which takes
readers from Put-in-Bay on a worldwide
race as rivals seek to identify and interpret
pieces of a puzzle leading to Lincolns se-
cret code and a valuable treasure.
For information, visit www.BobAdamov.
com or call 330-289-7616.
Put-in-Bay novelist signing books at Lakeside
ADAMOV
St. Joseph Church Choir will be
hosting Marblehead Summerfest in
James Park, Marblehead, on July 6,
7, and 8. Summerfest is a new parish
event replacing the Parish Fall Fes-
tival in September. This event, held
in the Parish Hall, featured carnival-
style games, food and live music.
The newly developed Marblehead
Summerfest will consist of carnival
rides, carnival games, vendors, bake
sale and more. Bar-B-Que Traveler
will be preparing chicken and ribs.
Other foods will include summer-
time favorites such as funnel cakes,
hand-dipped corn dogs, cotton can-
dy and taffy. There will be a beer tent
and live music overlooking the park.
Summerfest will serve the wider
Marblehead Peninsula Community
and surrounding areas.
St. Joseph Church Choir has been
very grateful for the support it has
received over the past several years.
Although a portion of the funds
raised by the choir is used to help
with future choir pilgrimages, the
choir has and still contributes many
funds back to
the community
by helping var-
ious groups, as
well as helping
many families
with children
who were diag-
nosed with serious illness.
Chairman for the Marblehead
Summerfest Committee is Dennis
Printy.
For information, including vendor
applications or volunteer oppor-
tunities, contact Linda at 419-734-
6131 or email the committee at mar-
bleheadsummerfest@yahoo.com.
Plans under way for
Marblehead Summerfest 2012
Each summer, the Genoa Area
Chamber of Commerce invites car
enthusiasts from across northwest
Ohio as they sponsor the Genoa Su-
per Cruise-ins. Proud owners of their
new and restored cars, trucks and
motorcycles line Main Street of his-
toric downtown Genoa as Cruisin
Zeake announces cars and plays 50s
and 60s classic rock music. The event
is open to the public. The downtown
restaurants also offer sidewalk grilled
foods and drink for a good ole fash-
ion family adventure.
For participants, the Cruise-In in-
cludes: free registration, door prizes
from Genoa Merchants and drawings
for gas cards. Also featured is a 50/50
raffe to beneft local charities.
The Super Cruise-Ins are sched-
uled the last Tuesday of the summer
months, June, July and August. The
next 2012 Super Cruise-In is sched-
uled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.
Genoa chamber sponsors Super Cruise-Ins
A mid-summer tailgate party on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at
Catawba Island Club will feature the members of the Ohio
State Marching Band. Conductor Jon Waters will pull to-
gether an entertainment spectacular to fnish an evening
of fne wines, craft beers, light but plentiful bites and an
auction for the cause.
Mike and Ginger Schenk, Mary Maine and Stein Hos-
pice staff member Amy Skolnik are planning a fun and
casual night of music, sunset and of course fun to help
those who help us through our toughest family times.
The dedicated team at Stein Hospice has offered shoul-
ders to lean on, advisors and loving companions in so
many ways for so many families. We hope you will be
there to share a night of camaraderie, memories and to
share the healing of each others experiences of life. Of
course each should wear their team or school colors and
do not be surprised to see green and white nearby.
Tickets are $90 per person and will be available at Ca-
tawba Island Club, Marys Blossom Shoppe or by contact-
ing Stein Hospice at 800-625-5269. For questions, call
Ginger Schenk at 419-797-4959.
Stein Hospice offers
up a Tailgate Party
The Port Clinton Area Chamber of
Commerce will host its 19th annual
Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, in downtown
Port Clinton. The Jerry Lippus Me-
morial Car Show is named in honor
of Mr. Downtown, who organized
the event before passing away in No-
vember 2007 from cancer.
Cars, trucks and bikes from virtu-
ally every era and every make will be
on display on Madison Street. Proud
owners will be polishing their ve-
hicles and waxing eloquently about
the history and renovations of their
unique vehicles.
A DJ will be playing your favorites
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A 50/50 draw-
ing will be held every hour beginning
at 11 a.m. and door prizes every hour
beginning at 11:30 a.m.
In recent years, the shows have host-
ed more than 150 cars and trucks.
Vehicle registration is $10 with a por-
tion of the registration fees being do-
nated to the Port Clinton 4th of July
Fireworks and Main Street Port Clin-
ton in honor of Jerry Lippus.
Dash plaques will be given to the
frst 100 cars at check-in; and if you
register and pay before June 30, you
will receive a free T-shirt.
For information, contact the Cham-
ber at 419-734-5503 or go to www.
portclintonchamber.com to down-
load a vehicle registration form.
Register for Chambers Classic Car Show
Email event information, photos and
story ideas to angie@thebeacon.net
12A Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Beacon
111 Madison St. Port Clinton 419-732-2030
Jazz Night
Wednesdays 7-10pm
Pasta, Wine & Jazz
The Bob Szmik Trio
www.slatersmadisonstreetpub.com
Friday Night
Steak $10.75
haNd Cut Ny Strip
with our signature garlic
mashed potatoes & veggies
thurSday Night
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Friday 6/29 & Saturday 6/30
DJ EJ
Sunday July 1st
The Naked Bacon Band
6 - 9:30pm
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
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A Private Dining and Yacht Club on Catawba
2801 NorEaster Cove Drive, Port Clinton
~ At the Harbor Island Bridge ~
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information and application or call 419.797.4466
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Open 5 am 7 days a week
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419-332-0282
Sun-Thurs 7am-8pm
Fri-Sat 7am-9pm
Formerly
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Thurs Video D.J.
Fri Womack Family Band
Sat Shane Piasecki
40 Madison St., Port Clinton
419-732-1830
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Fresh Fruit Bar
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Fri, Sat, Sun, 8-11
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Thursday
Lasagna
$
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$
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Comes with
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Exp. 7-6-12
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Friday
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$
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Saturday
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$
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Whos Wearing
The Foam
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If you know who is behind
the mustache, enter to
win a FREE lunch.
Post your guess at
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or stop in and fill out
an entry card.
1848 E. Perry St., Port Clinton
In The Sutton Center 419-734-2895
Drawing on Tuesday
2 winners a week
Buy one Smoothie @ regular price
get a second one for 1/2 price
(equal or lesser value)
Exp. 7/12/12 Not valid with any other offer
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Save
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This past winter, many of
us lost a wonderful friend
and colleague, Debra
Musacchia. Those of us
who knew Dr. Deb remem-
ber her amazing smile, her
love of the dental profes-
sion and her unbridled
passion for animals. In
memory of her, an event
has been planned on Ca-
tawba Island for Sunday,
July 8, to beneft the Island
Safe Harbor Animal Sanc-
tuary.
The fun begins at 1 p.m.
at the NorEaster Club
Pool, 2801 NorEaster Cove
Drive, with entertainment
by Back Bay, hor doeuvres
and an auction. Donations
are $20 per person with 100
percent going exclusively
toward the care of animals
near the area where she
lived. Contact the sanctu-
ary with any questions.
Make Yourself Comfortable!
Stop in and enjoy our showrooms!
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2B Thursday, June 28, 2012
BUSINESS
The Beacon
ATTENTION
Each year, an emergency information
brochure/calendar is distributed in the area
near the Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station.
The brochure/calendar is a joint effort by
Ottawa County, Lucas County, State of Ohio
and the First Energy Corporation. The 2013
calendar could include your color photo!

AWARDS
1 Calendar Cover $300
1 First Award $250
2 Second Award $150
3 Third Award $ 75
10 Honorable $ 50
Mention

HERES HOW TO ENTER
You must be a resident of Ottawa or Lucas County.
You may be any age or skill level to enter.
Your color photo may be any size up to 8 x 10.
Horizontal photos are preferred.
Digital photos should be 300 dpi and printed.
No picture frames or mountings.
Your original negative must be available if
requested by the contest sponsor.
(Do not send negatives with entries)
Tape/glue an entry form to the back of each photo
you submit.
Entries must be postmarked by July 6, 2012.

CONTEST INFORMATION
Enter as many photos as you wish. One or
more of your photos could be selected as a
contest winner. Only one cash award per
person. Each photo must have an attached
entry form. Entering the contest is permission
to exhibit your photo for future contest
publicity. All photos entered become property
of the contest sponsor. Photos not selected for
use in the calendar may be picked up at the
EMA office after August 1, 2012.


CONTEST ENTRY FORM
I am a resident of Ottawa or Lucas County and
give permission to exhibit my photo in the 2013
calendar and for publicity.

NAME _______________________________________________

ADDRESS _____________________________________________

CITY _____________________STATE____________ZIP________

PHONE (DAY) ___________________(EVENING) ________________

TITLE OF PHOTO ________________________________________

I AM A RESIDENT OF: OTTAWA COUNTY LUCAS COUNTY


SIGNATURE ___________________________________________

Send Entries To: Calendar Photo Contest,
Ottawa County EMA, 315 Madison Street, Port
Clinton, OH 43452-1936



All awards will be
presented. Not all of
the awarded photos
will appear in the
brochure/calendar.
PHOTO CONTEST

We would like your color photos of Life
in Northwest Ohio
A primary care physician (family medicine,
internal medicine, pediatrics):
Is there when you have an illness or injury;
Is your resource for wellness and preventative
care, such as annual vaccines and physicals;
Can refer you to a specialist when more
advanced care is needed;
Maintains a record of your health history and
can take that into consideration for your treatment.
If you need a physician, call the PHO
Physicians Referral Line at 419-557-5587
or visit firelands.com
Need a Doctor?
There are many benefits to establishing a trusting
and ongoing relationship with a medical professional.
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:
205 SE CATAWBA RD., SUITE G
PORT CLINTON, OH 43452
OR EMAIL IT TO:
WHERESWYLIE@THEBEACON.NET
***ONE ENTRY PER HOUSEHOLD
APER
525 State Rt. 635, Helena, OH
www.chateautebeauwinery.com
419-638-5411
Chateau Tebeau Winery
Open Year Round!
Thur & Fri
11am-10pm
Sat 2pm-10pm
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Fri. June 29th - Dan Clark
(Guitarist/Vocalist)
Sat. June 30th - Rick & Amber
(Guitarist/Vocalist)
Tasting Room Menu Tours
WEEK ENDING JUNE 15

Benton Twp
6-14-12 Fannie Mae to
Timothy N. and Jennifer
A. Thompson , 18247 W.
HellwigRoad,$169,900.
Bay Twp
6-15-12 Anthony
and Cynthia Koszyto to
US Bank National asso-
ciation, 2646 S. Mulcahy
Road,$80,000.
Clay Township
6-13-12 Lois T. Willett
toLarryD.Sanderssr.and
Nina D. Sanders, 22097
ElmwoodDrive,$106,000.
Catawba Twp
6-11-12 David E. and
Maria L. Hypes to Timo-
thyLPandNancyJ.Mack-
ey, 146 N. Harbors End,
$140,000.
Danbury Twp
6-11-12 Keith and
Renne Diebler to Joshua
J. and Lidsey N. Welch,
1510 N. Buck Road #56,
$89,300.
6-12-12 Morequity Inc
toJamesP.andKristineA.
Weber, 9388 East Miami
Ave.,$82,113.
Marblehead
6-11-12 Robert Speck
toEdwardH.andGinaK.
Bedell, Lot 103 Baycliffs
PhaseII,$74,500.
6-11-12 Walter S.
Kwasny to Michael T.
and Margareet M. Fite,
3366 Memorial Shoreway,
$380,000.
Erie Twp
6-11-12 William H.
and ElizabethA. Mann to
Paul E. and Denise A. Ki-
hntopp,3930Ohio2West
UnitB103,$10,000.
6-15-12 Federal Home
LoanMortgagetoMichael
Mays, 2430 Three Mile
Crossing,$84,841.
Elmore Corp.
6-14-12 Meribeth S.
Zolner to Dean W. and
PatsyM.Brown,9411Fre-
montSt.,$110,000.
Portage Twp
6-14-12 Russell and
Sue Lindsey to James and
Rebecca Cross, 1851 S.
HeiserRoad,$40,000.
Port Clinton City
6-12-12 U. S. Bank
National Association to
Jeffrey G. and Kimberly
A. Zetzer, 526 Adams St.,
$39,900.
6-14-12MarionA.Hin-
kle to Dolores Segaard,
529 E. Third St., $29,900.
6-15-12 Christopher
and Diane below to Wil-
liam Imblum, 250 West
Lakeshore Drive Apt. B,
$107,000.
Oak Harbor Corp
6-13-12 Matthew R.
and Hope L. Atkins to
SGHEnterprises,LLc,223
W.OttawaSt.,$8,500.
Real Estate Transfers
Summer is here which
meansavacationmostlikelyisnt
far away. Whether youre hitting
the road, jumping on a plane or
even enjoying a staycation at
home, youre probably looking
forwardtosomedowntimewith
yourfamily.Butnoteveryaspect
of your life should be relaxed.
Specifcally, you dont want to
takeavacationfrominvesting
whichmeansyouneedtobecome
adiligent,year-roundinvestor.
HERE ARE A FEW
SUGGESTIONS THAT CAN
HELP:
Keep on investing. Donthead
to the investment sidelines
whenthefnancialmarketsexpe-
riencevolatility.Youdontwantto
be a nonparticipant when things
turn around because, histori-
cally,theearlystageofanymarket
rallyisgenerallywhenthebiggest
gains occur. (Keep in mind that
pastperformanceofthemarketis
notaguaranteeoffutureresults.)
Keep learning. In just about
any classroom, the best students
aretheoneswhogetthemostout
of their education and put their
learning to the best use.And the
same is true of the investment
world:Themoreyouknowabout
theforcesthataffectyourinvest-
ments performance, and about
why you own the investments
youdo,themorelikelyyouareto
maketherightmovesandthe
lesslikelyyoullbetomakehasty
andunwisedecisions.
Keep your focus on the long
term.Asaninvestor,youneedto
lookpastthoseeventssuchas
natural disasters, recession fears
andpoliticalinstabilityabroad
that may have noticeable short-
term effects on the fnancial
marketsbutlittleimpactoverthe
longerterm.Soinsteadofmaking
investmentdecisionsbasedonto-
daysheadlines,thinkaboutwhat
youwantyourfnancialpictureto
looklikein10,20or30years
and take the appropriate steps to
help make that picture material-
ize.Thesestepsincludefollowing
a long-term, disciplined invest-
ment strategy thats suitable for
your individual needs, making
adjustments as time goes on and
working with a professional f-
nancial advisor who knows your
situation and can help you make
therightchoices.
Keep looking for growth op-
portunities. To achieve your
long-term goals, such as a com-
fortable retirement, youll need
to own growth-oriented invest-
ments, such as stocks and other
investmentsthatcontainequities.
The percentage of your holdings
devotedtostocksshouldbebased
onyourrisktolerance,timehori-
zonandproximitytoretirement.
But no matter what your situa-
tion, you want a portfolio thats
designed to help you meet your
investmentgoals.
Keep relying on hardwork-
ing investments.Tohelpensure
your investments are working
hard for you, choose those ve-
hicles that can help you in mul-
tiple ways. For example, when
you invest in a 401(k) or other
employer-sponsored retirement
plan,yourmoneygrowsonatax-
deferredbasis,whichmeansitcan
accumulate faster than if it were
placedinaninvestmentonwhich
you paid taxes every year. (Keep
in mind that taxes are due upon
withdrawal, and withdrawals
prior to age 59 may be subject
to a 10% IRS penalty.) Plus, you
typically fund your 401(k) with
pretax dollars, so the more you
put in each year, the lower your
taxable income. Furthermore,
withthechoicesavailableinyour
plan,youcancreateagoodmixof
investments.
Enjoy your vacation this sum-
mer.Butnomatterwhatthesea-
son, dont take a break from in-
vesting. Your efforts may pay off
nicelyforyouinthefuture.
nnn
This article was written by Ed-
ward Jones for use by your local
EdwardJonesFinancialAdvisor.
Financial Focus
with GARY COON
Dont take a vacation from investing
The Marblehead Bank will celebrate its 105th anniver-
sarybyinvitingthecommunityanditsvisitorstospecial
complimentary events that will be held in each of their
branchesduringthefrstweekofJuly.
On Thursday, July 5, the bank is sponsoring an After-
noonTeaatthelocationofitsbranchonthecampusof
OtterbeinNorthShore,9400N.ShoreBlvd.,Marblehead.
TheeventwillbehostedbythebankandOtterbeinem-
ployees in the main dining facility from 2 to 4 p.m. and
willfeaturerefreshments,prizesandbingo.
OnFriday,July6,thebankisgrillinguphotdogsatits
mainoffceat709W.MainSt.inMarblehead.Theevent
will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bank President Bill
Tuttamorewillbemanningthegrillandbankemployees
willhelpserveupchipsandrefreshments.Aspecialgame
withprizeswillbeavailabletothosewhoattend.
On Saturday, July 7, the anniversary celebration will
concludewithanold-timeicecreamsocialfrom10a.m.
to noon banks branch offce at 259 S. Bridge Road, on
Ohio269inDanburyTownship.Bankemployeeswillbe
servinguprootbeerfoats,orangecreamsiclefoatsandif
youprefer,justascoopofplainicecream.Aspecialgame
withprizeswillalsobeavailabletothosewhoattendthis
event.
TheMarbleheadBankwasestablishedin1907andhas
been in continuous operation since its inception, said
Tuttamore.Our success is directly attributed to the un-
wavering support our community has shown this bank
overtheyearsandtheseeventsareawaywecanshowour
appreciation.
Thebankstillremainsasmallcommunity-ownedfnan-
cial institution that prefers to do banking theold-fash-
ioned way and has earned Bauer FinancialsFive Stars
ratingasoneofthesafestbanksinthecountry.
Marblehead
Bank celebrates
105 years
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Catawba CIC Marina South
Marblehead - Skipper Buds
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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
BBG Bridal Personal DSigns
105 S. Front Street
Fremont, Ohio
419-332-6101
www.personaldesignsfashions.com
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
(Win up to $1000)
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
July 14
3:30 - 7:30
CIVFDs Famous
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Corn on the Cob - Baked Beans
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LEGAL AD/
NOTIFICATION
SHERIFFS SALE, REAL
ESTATE CASE NUMBER
08CV645E. Plaintiff Deutsche
Bank National Trust Company a
national banking association as
Trustee for Morgan Stanley Capi-
tal I Inc., Inc. Trust 2006-HE2
(MSAC 2006-HE2) vs. Defen-
dants Dehaven, Scott A., et al
Court of Common Pleas Ottawa
County, Ohio In pursuance of an
Order of Sale to me directed
from said Court, in the above
entitled action, I will expose for
sale at public auction in Room
100, 1st foor of the Ottawa
County Courthouse, Port Clinton,
Ohio on Friday, July 13, 2012,
at 10:00 A.M. of said day, the
following real estate, situated in
the State of Ohio, County of
Ottawa and in the Township of
Clay. To see full legal descrip-
tion visit Ottawa County Record-
ers Offce on the second foor of
the Ottawa County Courthouse,
315 Madison St., Room 204,
Port Clinton, OH 43452. Parcel:
010-13985-18878-000 Property
address: 23068 Edgefeld Drive,
Genoa, OH 43430 Appraised at:
$49,000 TERMS OF SALE: can-
not be sold for less than 2/3rds
of the appraised value. 10%
down on the day of sale, cash or
certifed check. Balance due
upon confrmation of sale by
Court of Common Pleas.
Appraisals based on EXTERIOR
view of buildings only. Stephen J.
Levorchick, Sheriff Ottawa Coun-
ty, Ohio By Deputy Gale L.
Zelms. (Publish dates: 6/14,
6/21 and 6/28 2012).
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT CLINTON
ELEVENTH STREET PAVEMENT
REPAIR PROJECT. The project
consists of concrete pavement
repair on Eleventh Street from
Fulton Street to Jefferson Street
in the City of Port Clinton, Ohio.
All labor, material and equip-
ment needed shall be provided
by the bidder. The Engineers
Estimate for the project is
$47,000.00. Sealed bids will be
received by the City of Port Clin-
ton, Ohio, at the offce of the
Safety Service Director, 1868 E.
Perry St., Port Clinton, Ohio, until
1:00 p.m. on July 6, 2012, at
which time they will be publicly
opened and read. Bids shall be
enclosed in a sealed envelope
with the bidders name, address
and the title Bid for Eleventh
Street Pavement Repair Project-
PORT CLINTON, OHIO-DO NOT
OPEN UNTIL 1:00 P.M. ON July
6, 2012 shown on the outside.
Envelope shall be addressed to
the SAFETY SERVICE DIRECTOR.
Copies of the Drawings and
Specifcations may be examined
at the offce of the Safety Service
Director, 1868 E. Perry St., with-
out charge. Copies may be
obtained from BEC Associates,
6622 West Harbor Road, Port
Clinton, Ohio 43452 for $25.00,
cash or check payable to the
City of Port Clinton, non-refund-
able, for each set of documents.
Bids must be submitted on the
forms supplied in the Specifca-
tions and shall be accompanied
by either a Bid Bond in the
amount of 100% of the amount
of the bid with satisfactory cor-
porate surety, or by a certifed
check on a solvent bank in the
amount of not less than ten per-
cent 10% of the amount of the
bid, subject to conditions provid-
ed in the Instructions to Bidders.
The successful bidder will be
required to furnish satisfactory
performance, labor and material
and guarantee bonds in the
amounts stated in the specifca-
tions. All contractors and sub-
contractors involved with the
project will, to the extent practi-
cable, use Ohio Products, materi-
als, services and labor in the
implementation of their project.
Additionally, contractor compli-
ance with the equal employment
opportunity requirements of the
Ohio Administrative Code Chap-
ter 123, the Governors Execu-
tive Order of 1972, and Gover-
nors Executive Order 84-9 shall
be required. The Contractor
shall be required to pay not less
than the minimum wage rates
established by the Department
of Industrial Relations of the
State of Ohio. Any bid may be
withdrawn prior to the sched-
uled closing time for the receipt
of bids, but no bidder shall with-
draw his bid within 60 days
after the actual bid opening. The
City reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and to accept the
lowest and best responsive bid.
The City of Port Clinton is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
(Published on June 21 and June
28, 2012.)
INVITATION TO BID SEALED
BIDS for the furnishing of the
necessary materials and con-
struction of the REGIONAL
WATER - RAW WATER INTAKE
IMPROVEMENTS OTTAWA
COUNTY, OHIO will be received
by Ottawa County, Ohio at the
offce of the Board of Commis-
sioners, 315 Madison Street,
Room 103, Port Clinton, Ohio
43452 until 10:30 a.m. (Local
Time) July 17, 2012 and
LEGAL AD/NOTIFICATION
at that time and place will be
publicly opened and read aloud.
The scope of work consists of
underwater repair of existing
intake line, cleaning and video
observation of intake pipe,
intake crib repair, and provision
and construction of crane rail
and hoist. The contract docu-
ments, including plans and spec-
ifcations, are on fle at the offce
of the Ottawa County Sanitary
Engineer and the Engineer --
Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc.
(PDG). A set may be obtained
from Becker Impressions, 4646
Angola Road, Toledo, Ohio
43614, Telephone 419-385-
5303, www.pdgplanroom.com,
A non-refundable deposit in the
amount of $50.00 will be
required for each set of plans
and specifcations; check must
be made payable to Becker
Impressions. The Engineer for the
Project is Poggemeyer Design
Group, Inc., 1168 North Main
Street, Bowling Green, Ohio
43402. All bids must be signed
and submitted on the blanks
which are bound in this booklet.
Bids must state the unit prices in
the blanks provided and be
enclosed in a sealed envelope
marked --- Regional Water - Raw
Water Intake Improvements ---
and addressed to the Board of
Commissioners, Ottawa County,
315 Madison Street, Room 103,
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452. The
bid guaranty may be of two
forms: 1. A Bid Guaranty and
Contract Bond using the form in
the Contract Documents. (The
amount of the bid does NOT
have to appear on this form.) 2.
A certifed check, cashiers check
or letter of credit in favor of the
Board of Ottawa County Com-
missioners, in the amount of
10% of the bid. If the contract
is awarded, a Contract Bond will
be required, which is a 100%
payment and performance bond.
After the award of the contract
let by competitive bid and prior
to the time the contract is
entered into, bidders shall sub-
mit the affdavit required under
the Ohio Revised Code, Section
5719.042 that the bidder was
not charged with any delinquent
personal property taxes in Otta-
wa County, Ohio. The successful
bidder will be required to pay
not less than the minimum pre-
vailing wage rates established by
the Department of Industrial
Relations of the State of Ohio.
Ottawa County, Ohio reserves
the right to reject any and all
bids and to waive any irregulari-
ty in any bid and to determine
the lowest and best bidder. Bid-
ders with Unresolved Findings
for Recovery on the State Audi-
tors web site will be disquali-
fed. DOMESTIC STEEL USE
REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED
IN SECTION 153.001 OF THE
REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS
PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION
153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE
CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY
OF THE OFFICES OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRA-
TIVE SERVICES. Each bidder
shall complete a Non-Collu-
sion Affdavit and include it
with his proposal. Bids received
after the scheduled bid opening
date and time, or not accompa-
nied by a satisfactory bid bond
or check, will neither be read or
considered. In accordance
with the Ohio Revised Code Sec-
tion 307.87 this shall serve as
notifcation that this notice is
available on Ottawa Countys
internet web site on the world
wide web by logging onto www.
co.ottawa.oh.us and going to
the legal notices/bids link - click
on main page and you will be
able to view the notice in PDF
format. No bidder may withdraw
his bid for a period of 60 days
after the scheduled closing time
for the receipt of bids. The esti-
mate for the cost of construction
is $110,000. By Order of the
Board of County Commissioners
Ottawa County, Ohio Rhonda
Slauterbeck, Clerk/Assistant
Administrator Advertise: June
28, 2012.
INVITATION TO BID SEALED
BIDS FOR THE FURNISHING
of the necessary materials and
construction of the SOUTH BASS
ISLAND WATERLINE EXTENSION
- LANGRAM ROAD/MILLER
BOAT LINE OTTAWA COUNTY,
OHIO will be received by Ottawa
County, Ohio at the offce of the
Board of Commissioners, 315
Madison Street, Room 103, Port
Clinton, Ohio 43452 until
10:00 a.m. (Local Time) Tuesday,
July 17, 2012 and at that time
and place will be publicly
opened and read aloud. The
scope of work consists of the
installation of approximately
1,990 lineal feet of 8 waterline
together with all excavation,
bedding, backfll, valves, fttings,
fre hydrants, service laterals,
other necessary appurtenances,
and restoration work. The con-
tract documents, including plans
and specifcations, are on fle at
the offce of the Ottawa County
Sanitary Engineer and the Engi-
neer -- Poggemeyer Design
Group, Inc. (PDG). A set may be
obtained from Becker Impres-
sions, 4646 Angola Road, Tole-
do, Ohio 43614, Telephone 419-
385-5303, www.pdgplanroom.
com, A non-refundable deposit
in the amount of $50.00 will be
required for each set of plans
and specifcations; check must
be made payable to Becker
Impressions. The Engineer for the
Project is Poggemeyer Design
Group, Inc., 1168 North Main
Street, Bowling Green, Ohio
43402. All bids must be signed
and submitted on the blanks
which are bound in this booklet.
Bids must state the unit prices in
the blanks provided and be
enclosed in a sealed envelope
marked --- South Bass Island
Waterline Extension - Langram
Road/Miller Boat Line --- and
addressed to the Board of Com-
missioners, Ottawa County, 315
Madison Street, Room 103, Port
Clinton, Ohio 43452. The bid
guaranty may be of two forms:
1. A Bid Guaranty and Contract
Bond using the form in the Con-
tract Documents. (The amount
of the bid does NOT have to
appear on this form.) 2. A certi-
fed check, cashiers check or let-
ter of credit in favor of the
Board of Ottawa County Com-
missioners, in the amount of
10% of the bid. If the contract
is awarded, a Contract Bond will
be required, which is a 100%
payment and performance bond.
After the award of the contract
let by competitive bid and prior
to the time the contract is
entered into, bidders shall sub-
mit the affdavit required under
the Ohio Revised Code, Section
5719.042 that the bidder was
not charged with any delinquent
personal property taxes in Otta-
wa County, Ohio. The successful
bidder will be required to pay
not less than the minimum pre-
vailing wage rates established by
the Department of Industrial
Relations of the State of Ohio.
Ottawa County, Ohio reserves
the right to reject any and all
bids and to waive any irregulari-
ty in any bid and to determine
the lowest and best bidder. Bid-
ders with Unresolved Findings
for Recovery on the State Audi-
tors web site will be disquali-
fed. DOMESTIC STEEL USE
REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED
IN SECTION 153.001 OF THE
REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS
PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION
153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE
CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY
OF THE OFFICES OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRA-
TIVE SERVICES. Each bidder shall
complete a Non-Collusion
Affdavit and include it with his
proposal. Bids received after the
scheduled bid opening date and
time, or not accompanied by a
satisfactory bid bond or check,
will neither be read or consid-
ered. In accordance with the
Ohio Revised Code Section
307.87 this shall serve as notif-
cation that this notice is avail-
able on Ottawa Countys inter-
net web site on the world wide
web by logging onto www.
co.ottawa.oh.us and going to
the legal notices/bids link - click
on main page and you will be
able to view the notice in PDF
format. No bidder may withdraw
his bid for a period of 60 days
after the scheduled closing time
for the receipt of bids. The proj-
ect is being partially funded with
monies from the Ohio Public
Works Commission. The opinion
of the probable cost of construc-
tion is $287,050. By Order of
the Board of County Commis-
sioners Ottawa County, Ohio
Rhonda Slauterbeck, Clerk/Assis-
tant Administrator. Advertise:
June 28,2012.
ANTIQUES
HEADER
Lighthouse Antiques 210 W
Main St, Marblehead. FINAL
SALE June 29- July 4th. Up to
65% off. Open 11AM - 5PM.
APARTMENT
FOR RENT
Brand new effciency. 1 Bed-
room, 1 Bath. Flat - all utilities
included. Three miles from Port
Clinton. Beautiful country set-
ting. $600/month. 419-341-
0036.
BOAT
DOCKS
Dockage Off the Portage River at
Clinton Reef Club in Port Clin-
ton. Includes water, electric,
pool, hot tub, showers, dock box
& laundry facilities. Daily, weekly,
monthly or season. Walk to
Downtown and Jet Express!
Call Dock_Master 419-732-
9934.
BOAT
FOR SALE
1964 LYMAN 25 FOOT
OPEN. 318 Chrysler engine.
good canvas, radio, fsh fnder,
GPS, and trailer. $12,900. 419-
607-6036.
1978 26 Ft. Lyman Fiberglass
New Stringers 2006, 1995 Load
Master Tandem Axle Trailer. 270
AP - 950 hours, Runs Great.
614-679-3591 Great Lake/Fish-
ing Boat! $8,500.
1966 Lyman Cruisette 25 Foot
hardtop. Excellent Condition.
210 interceptor, trailer with new
tires $11,500. Call 419-680-
0105.
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.
25 Searay 260 V8 Mercruiser
Tandem axle trailer, new tires,
much more. Price $7,500 OBO.
Located Bass Haven. Call 386-
244-4242.
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
Nautical Gifts. Let us put your
boat name in carpet. 419-732-
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.
4th of July Special!!!! 1 Bed-
room Lakefront Condo with 30
Foot Boat dock. With Pool,
Jacuzzi, and Sauna. 5 DAY
RENTAL $800. Call 419-367-
3407.
CONDO FOR SALE
OPEN HOUSE
CONDO FOR SALE!! OPEN
HOUSE SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY from 12 to 3pm.
Green Cove Condominiums
8917 Canada Goose Court in
Oak Harbor Ohio just West of
Davis-Besse off State Route 2.
CONDO
FOR SALE
WATERFRONT HARBOR-
SIDE TOWNHOUSE CONDO
with Deeded Boat Slip AND 23
Tiara Sport boat! ********Fully
furnished, 2 bedroom, 2 bath-
room top foor townhouse fea-
turing direct Marina and Portage
River views with back view of
Lake Erie. New Berber Carpet,
Floors and Blinds. Newer Appli-
ances. 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.
4B Thursday, June 28, 2012
CLASSIFIEDS
The Beacon
catawba & mar bl ehead
PARADE
HOMES
of
Come and visit the 5th annual
Maps can be picked up
in Port Clinton at the
Ottawa County Visitors Bureau
and Bassetts Market;
in Sandusky at
Hermans Furniture and
Baileys Tree & Landscaping;
and in Norwalk at Hills Interiors
Channel 13, The Vineyards on Catawba, Hartung Title, The Crows Nest, Fairway Villas, Hills Interior, The Beacon, Prete Builders,
Woleslagel Moving Co., Baileys Tree & Landscaping, Hermans Furniture, Catawba Bay, Frederick Insurance, A Variety of Shades, Bay Point
The Perfect Stay-cation
Realize your dream of owning a place at the lake
This years proud sponsors include:
Free to the public
11-4 Saturday, July 7 & 12-4 Sunday, July 8
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
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
FAIRWAY VILLAS CONDO
CanterburyModel2-3BR
GolfCourseView#1green
RetractableAwning
S.S.Appliances
AprilAirHumiditySystem
ImmediatePossession
By Owner Priced Below Market 419-341-2085
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
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
CAPTNS CUSTOM
CARPETS
CONDO FOR RENT
ANTIQUES
APARTMENT FOR RENT
CONDO FOR SALE
OPEN HOUSE
BOAT DOCKS
BOAT FOR SALE
CONDO FOR SALE
www.thebeacon.net
CLASSIFIEDS
Thursday, June 28, 2012 5B
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Catawba Offce 4054 East Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 877-734-5751
VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSES
Catawba
Quality built home on large lot
4 bed 3 bath plus bonus room
Zoned heating & cooling
$281,900
Dan Kukay 419-656-0138
Marblehead
Charming 2 bed 2 bath cluster home
Beautifully maintained, freshly painted
Open living areas. Agent Owner
$135,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Port Clinton
7 plus acres, private; centrally located
Spacious bedrooms, kitchen, garage
WB freplace in living room
$269,900
Todd Koch 419-357-6469
Catawba
Located in Forest Park Estates
Newer windows, patio overlooking
private backyard
View at www.SueP.com
$174,900
Sue Piacentino 419-341-4945
Marblehead
Lovely mobile in year round park
Most furnishing, dockage for rent
Large screened in patio
$24,900
Lisa Horman 419-271-8110
Fremont
4 Bedrooms/3 baths/2664 sf
Sunroom/Finished basement
Deck w/gazebo/2.5 car garage
$289,000
Cheryl Hetrick 419-202-0144
Catawba
Bed & Breakfast
LakeErieLife.com
$549,000
Rob & Joy Ault 419-341-6769
Marblehead
30 ft dockage included
Recently remodeled, 3 bed 2 bath
Fenced back yard with shed
$169,000
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
Marblehead
Perry View Estates, move in condition
3 bed, 2 bath, 2+ garage w/attic
www.howardhanna.com/20121437
$124,900
Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Catawba
Lakefront community on Catawba Island
3 bedroom cottage w/partial lake views
www.howardhanna.com/20121366
$199,900
Glenna/Ted 419-341-1579
Catawba
4 bed twnh. Granite/stainless appl.
On 12th golf hole @ CIC
Howardhanna.com/20105635
$399,000
Ted/Mark 419-563-4968
Catawba
Custom built hardwood & granite
throughout
4.9 acres with 4 outbuildings
Must see to appreciate
$465,000
Ellen Calzonetti 419-341-9578 OR
Rob Ault 419-341-6769
Open Sat 1-3
596 Monument View Marblehead
Beautiful Lake Front Condo, Island
views
2BR/2.5BA, fnished bsmt, 2 c gar
Howardhanna.com/20115288
$489,900
Mark/Ted 419-341-9999

Open Sat & Sun 1-4
810 Main St, South Passage
Marblehead
The view is SPECTACULAR!
Luxury waterfront condos w/2 c garage
$189,500 to $259,900
Karmen Lucas 419-656-9188
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
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.
COME JOIN US!
PENDING
Real Estate Services
419-341-0276 (Cell)
419-798-5132 (Office)
To view a complete list of available
properties and photobooks log onto
tomijohnson.com
Tomi L. Johnson
CRS CRB, E-PRO
BROKER ASSOCIATE
Named Howard Hanna's
VERY Best of the Best!
JUST LISTED!
JUST LISTED
Ground floor unit with
attached garage
Screened in porch
with views
Upgrades, upgrades
Easy to maintain
$199,000
2820 CANTERBURY CIRCLE
10921 N BAY POINT DRIVE #503
10911 N BAY POINT DRIVE #603
JUST LISTED
GREAT VIEW
Ground floor with
bonus room
Pool and clubhouse
Well Maintained
$249,000
JUST LISTED
Largest model available
with sunroom and study
Many upgrades
Access to fitness room,
pool and club house
Dockage Available
$297,000
$95,000.
Two storage units converted to one.
45 length & 36 wide w/16ft ceil-
ings.
Dual electric panels, heated, phone
outlets.
Dry walled & insulated.
Overhead lighting.
Oversized doors w/keypads.
OPEN HOUSES
PORT CLINTON 655 TIFFIN
PORT CLINTON UNIT 207 & 209 CATAWBA STORAGE CONDO
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
$229,000.
3BR 2BA Canal-front Home on double lot
with natural brick fireplace and cathedral
ceilings.
100' of dock on canal on the Portage
River, leading to Lake Erie.
Anderson windows. Back up generator,
7,500 amp.
Extra lot included in price of home.


NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOWEST INTEREST RATES IN
RDCORDED HISTORY! ENJOY YOUR INVESTMENT!

OPEN SATURDAY
CATAWBA ISLAND. 1799 N. Windward. Come Sale Away 1 3 $179,900.
CATAWBA ISLAND. 1531 Compass. 11 3 p.m. $349,900.
OAK HARBOR. 105 N. Wexford. 12 2 p.m. $294,000.
OPEN SUNDAY
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.
10851 Bayshore #1102. Baypoint Condos. $299,000.
10861 Bayshore #1202 Baypoint Condos. . $329,900.
JOHNSONS ISLAND. 3646 E. Baycliffs. 1-3 p.m. $680,000.

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Lake Erie View comes
with this 3 BR stand
alone , sandy beach, pool,
granite kitchen, attached
2 car garage, close to
everything, $269,900. Call
Mary 419-212-1162
Your own boat dock
comes with this
immaculate park
model, 1 BR, large
patio, easy access,
your place at the
Lake, $59,900 Call
Mary 419-212-1162
REDUCED !!
Catawba. Upgraded
and then more, see
this beautiful condo
at Fairway Villas, on
the water, enjoy the
amenities. You will be
impressed. $289,900 Call Mary 419-212-1162
Just walk in & enjoy,
3 BR, 2 bath with all
the amenities, dockage
available at Marina,
heated pool & clubhouse,
great kitchen, brick patio,
Reduced $349,900 Call
Mary 419-212-1162
OPEN HOUSES: Sat.1-3
894 Lost Lake Catawba Waterfront 4 BR 4 Baths, $399,900
1801 Perry #3 The Shores, Lake Erie view, 1 BR, beach, pool, $114,900
RSPS, e PRO, SFR
OAR Award of Distinction
E-mail: mhoward@cros.net
or marychoward@howardhanna.com
Website: www.marychoward.howardhanna.com
419-797-1928
Office
419-212-1162
Cell
Real Estate Services
Mary C. Howard
I DONT JUST LIST . . .
I SELL PROPERTIES
LakeErieLife.com
Rob &
Joy Ault
419-341-6769
For Sale by Owner Catawba
Island Condo. 1st Floor, water-
view, garage, additional parking,
2Bedroom/2 Bath. Priced below
market. 419-732-1907.
COTTAGE
FOR SALE
3 BEDROOM. BEACH FRONT.
Cottage on Lake Erie. 4-Sale by
Owner. $225,000 Asking Price.
Please Call: 419-277-1950.
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.
GARAGE
SALE
Multi-family. 6/29, 6/30 & 7/1.
9-5PM. Quilting Books, Maga-
zines, small pieces of cotton fab-
rics, teapots, baby girl clothes
0-18 months, other clothing,
glassware & much more. 1136
Hickory Grove, Port Clinton.
Saturday June 30th 9AM-4PM.
Fishing & Household items, 2
wrought-iron shelves, quilt tops,
Antique dresser, etc. 5552 E
Helmsman, Catawba.
4-Family!! June 30 8:30-2pm.
2575 East Sand Road. Boating,
tools, garden cart, gas trimmer,
towing cable, futon, comforter
sets, underwater camera, LH golf
clubs, PIB art, outdoor games,
Exercycle machine, area rug.
Large wooden workbench. Lots
good Stuff!
HUGE MOVING SALE - ALL
MUST GO. Saturday & Sunday
6/30 & 7/1 9AM - 3PM. Gem
Beach, Catawba Island. Look
for signs. Questions call 440-
669-0872.
June 28, 29, 30th, 9-2 PM.
North Shore Road (corner Mar-
garet Dr. near Lakeside). High-
chair, full bedframe, turntable,
speakers, bug-eater, chair mas-
sager, router, printer, dishes, waf-
fe iron, toaster, bedspreads,
tablecloths.
Huge Tent Sale. 119 11th
Street, Port Clinton. Friday 6/29
- Sunday 7/1. Too Much to list.
Dont miss this one! OPENS
AT 8AM!!
YARD
SALE
YARD SALE!! June 29 - 30th.
Friday and Saturday. LOTS of
Miscellaneous Items. 201 Sunny-
dale Marblehead,OH Across
from Marine City.
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
MARINA OFFICE and Bait and
Tackle Shop looking for outgoing
and responsible person willing
to do multiple tasks. Computer
skills are required. Call Tibbels
Marina ask for Jackie. 419-734-
1143.
HOUSEKEEPER needed for fve
units - hours could vary. Light
housekeeping. Responsible with
own transportation. Tibbles
Marina - ask for Jackie. 419-
734-1143.
HIRING COOKS! Bay Point
Restaurant. Weekends & holi-
days a must. Apply in Person.
Monday - Friday 8-4. 10948
Bayshore Road, Marblehead.
COTTAGE FOR SALE
FLEA MARKET
GARAGE SALE
YARD SALE
HELP WANTED/
EMPLOYMENT
Send news, photos and event
info to angie@thebeacon.net
6B Thursday, June 28, 2012
CLASSIFIEDS
The Beacon
Handyman
Small jobs are my specialty
doing the "Honey-Do" lists
Call
Captain Jim Wagnitz
419-967-0520
captjim@roadrunner.com
Captain
Fix-it
Home Improvement
Island Home Improvement
Custom Bath & Kitchens
Tile Wood Floors Tile Setter & Repair
No Job too small... Free Estimates
Call Ron @ 419-262-2135
TheCompleteSewer
&DrainCleaningService
419-898-6395 or 419-635-2446
The Complete Sewer &
Drain Cleaning Service
419-898-6395 or
419-635-2446
Sewer & Drain
Lawn Service
L&D
Lawn Service
Free Estimates Insured
419-656-5953
419-734-5275
BULK MULCH
Pick Up or Delivered
DRIVEWAY STONE
Delivered & Spread
Residential/Commercial Mowing
All Landscaping Services
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Window
Cleaning
Suburban
Window
Cleaning
Residential
Commercial
Window
Cleaning
Power Washing
Blind Cleaning
Window Tinting
Eves Cleaned
Chandeliers
419-625-3406
Free Estimates
Fully Insured
Property Maintenance
CHRIS PENGOV
419-706-2171
Spring/Fall Clean Up
Bush/Tree Trimming
Complete Landscaping
Lawn Mowing/Rolling
Pressure Washing
Gutter Cleaning
Dock Maintenance
House Watching
I am personally committed to providing exquisite, unsurpassed,
reliable property maintenance services with a personal touch that
you and your property deserve, resulting in a unique, manicured
luxurious appearance.
Free Estimates Fully Insured
Satisfaction Guaranteed References Available
For Professional Workmanship
Fully Insured-Bonded
Complete Condo-Home Rehabs
Much, Much More!
CUSTOM
KITCHENS BATHROOMS CABINETRY
HARDWOOD FLOORS PLUMBING TILE
ELECTRICAL TRIM PACKAGES DOORS
DECKS ROOFING SIDING
MODULAR MOBILE HOMES DOCK REPAIR
419-734-7100
Home Improvement
Service Directory
Roofing/
Construction
ALL PRO
Roofng &
Construction of
Erie County LLC
Certain Teed New Horizon
Shingle Claims Experts
Free 150 of seamless gutters
Locally owned & operated
with over 25 years
combined experience!
Licensed Bonded Insured
Workers Comp
Storm Damage, Remodels
Additions, Reroofs and
Siding Jobs Welcome
Residential &
Commercial Experts
CALL FOR YOUR FREE
ESTIMATE TODAY!
419-357-2262
BBB Accredited
BAILEYS
Tree & Landscape, Inc.
& Home Decor Shoppe
Now Scheduling for
the 2012 Season
Complete Tree Services
Landscape Services
Lawn Mowing Contracts
Spring Clean-ups
Hot Water Pressure Washing
Irrigation Systems Start-ups
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419-625-2352
or 888-662-5296
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New Organic Lawn
Fertization Programs
Safe for Kids, Pets
and Environment
Free Estimates
Fully Insured
Garden Center Open
Landscaping
T & G Cleaning Services
WE CLEAN IT ALL!
Condos/ Inside and out Window Cleaning Carpets
Campers BOAT DETAILING Power Washing
Call: 419-341-3302 or 419-341-7871
Cleaning Services
ALL SEASONS
PAINTING ETC
Interior/Exterior Drywall
Repair Light Carpentry
Wallpaper Removal
Pressure Washing and Decks
419-624-0383
Painting
Injector Experts state of the art testing equipment allows us
to visually check injectors for leaks, faulty spray patterns and
confrm injector fow rates. Our cost-effective ultrasonic fuel
injector cleaning and electronic testing will restore fuel injectors
to a factory new condition, eliminating the need to purchase
expensive OEM or after market fuel injectors.
Spring Special! .
419-619-6650 orders@injectorexperts.com
www.injectorexperts.com
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
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419-734-5466
Airport Service All Occasions Groups From 1-25
Dont Drink & Drive
Limo Service
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Buildings, Houses,
Gutters, Garage
Floors, Privacy
Fencing, Outside
Store Fronts &
Restaurants, Bank
Drive-thrus, Awning
Cleaning, Parking
Lots, Driveways,
Sidewalks, Cleaning &
Sealing Concrete
Driveways, Trash
Dumpsters, Grafitti
Removal, Gum
Removal, Boats
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Dental
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MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
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REAL
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JOHNSON ISLAND Home and
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AMAZING 3 BR, 3 full BA, Catawba Bay
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