Handicraft Bazaar of the Sacred Heart for the weekend


The Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart will organize an artisan bazaar

The Fêtes du Sacré-Cœur craft bazaar will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 550 Smith Road, Fremont, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is $ 2.

Scouts to organize paper drive in St. Ann’s

St. Ann’s Boy Scout Troop 339 will be holding a magazine and newspaper drive this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, in the parking lot of St. Ann’s Church, West State Street at Rawson Avenue.

Scouts will load newspapers and magazines from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Sunday. Magazines should be kept separate from newspapers.

Any boy between the ages of 11 and 17 interested in joining the troop can call Scout Leader Denny Setzler at 419-332-2318.

Veterans gathering scheduled for Friday

Fremont Ross Teen Leadership Corps will present the 11th Annual Veterans Day at 9:30 am Friday. Veterans are invited to attend before the program for a coffee and donut reception which begins at 9 a.m. at Fremont Ross High School. Enter through the main entrance and head towards the Petit Théâtre. There is no school on Fridays, so only leadership and teen music students will be in attendance. Social distancing will be encouraged.

For more information, contact Heidi Gallagher at [email protected] or call 419-332-8221.

Port Clinton HS offers buddy programs

PORT CLINTON – Port Clinton High School is looking for local businesses to provide career experiences for students. There are two programs at PCHS that provide real-world career experiences to students and various areas of interest are required.

PCHS and the Ottawa County Business Advisory Council have teamed up to deliver a program called Career Engagement Opportunities (CEO). This program allows seniors to explore different career areas with twinning and / or internship experiences. Scholarships are available for students who complete the program.

The schedule is flexible with time accumulated over the entire school year. Students can take a 60 or 120 hour CEO program and there is no expense for the employer providing the work experience.

PCHS also has a job match program for juniors and seniors to match students with employers of interest. Students can do a half day or a full day of observation.

Blayze Behney, is the PCHS Career Coach and Career Intervention Specialist and will answer all questions about the programs. A company interested in participating should contact Behney at [email protected] or 419-734-2147.


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