Put-in-Bay School Class of 2020 will sell Malley’s candy and chocolates as a fundraiser for their senior year trip. To order, you may contact one of the class members by Monday, 25 March 2019, or go directly to Malley’s on the World Wide Web. Online sales continue until April 15th. Online orders over $65 (to one address) will ship for free directly to you. If you have questions, call Put-in-Bay School at 419.285.3614.
USCG Marblehead recognized three Put-in-Bay Volunteer Fire Department members for mutual aid assistance with Catawba Island Fire/Rescue Marine. PiBVFD participated in the ice rescue efforts of fishermen stranded on an ice floe off Catawba Island State Park on 9 March 2019. During the time of the call east winds were topping out at around 30 knots with rapidly changing conditions. Luckily, with the quick reaction, everybody was brought into safety in two hours.
Photo by Anita McCann
An anonymous contributor has offered to match donations up to $2,000 toward the AmeriCorps internship shared by the Lake Erie Islands Conservancy, Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center, and the Put-in-Bay Township Park District. LEIC and partners currently have $600 of donations, and thereby have only $1,400 more to go to meet the match requirement!
Donations toward the expense of the AmeriCorps intern are welcome. If you are interested in donating, contact Lisa Brohl at 419-366-2087 or send a check to LEIC, P.O. Box 461, Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Write AmeriCorps intern on the memo line. One can also use PayPal at www.lakeerieislandsconservancy.org –designate for the AmeriCorps intern program.
SHORT TERM / THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
“Even though Spring will officially be here by the end of the week, it will feel and look still a little bit like winter with colder than average temperatures and scattered light snow showers. A sharp upper level trough and upper level low will move across the Great Lakes Region into the Mid-Atlantic Region Thursday into Friday. We will have clouds around and colder weather with scattered rain showers and snow showers. Even through surface temperatures may be above freezing in the 30s to lower 40s, cold air aloft associated with the upper level trough will develop instability snow showers.”
See complete details at Bass Islands Weather!