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Christmas lights first started going up around the Island by Halloween and trees were in some homes before Thanksgiving.
“Commodore Ed” Fitzgerald has gone to the Village Planning Commission with plans to replace the old Corner Store/Wyland Gallery House across from John and Paula Ladd’s house on Catawba Ave. and replace it with new employee housing.
Put-in-Bay School’s Panther basketball team will travel to Mackinac Island to participate in this year’s Great Lakes Islands Basketball Tournament on 8th and 9th of December.
Adam Chellis, Put-in-Bay School’s first resource officer, resigned at the beginning of November. The school is looking to replace him.
The Put-in-Bay Yacht Club wants to remind everyone that they are only doing credit card sales for winter.
Aaron “Vern” Schroeder recently passed his captain’s license exam.
Here’s our “Internet Quote of the Month.” “My wife calls Put-in-Bay, Ohio, ‘Midlife Crisis Island.’”
Nate and Ashley Jones are the new owners of the Engel house on Mitchell Rd.
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