Magruder auxiliary, basis plan September occasions

Magruder Aid Organization, Foundation Plan September Events

PORT CLINTON – From 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on September 12, the Magruder Hospital Auxiliary is holding its luggage show fundraiser at the Port Clinton Yacht Club.

The proceeds support employee appreciation as well as health grants for local students. There will be a variety of vendors, hors d’oeuvres, barges, silent auctions, door prizes, and more. The cost of the event is $ 30 per person.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available online at Tickets can also be purchased from Mary’s Blossom Shoppe or, if you are at the hospital for an appointment, tickets are also available from the Magruder Gift Shop. For more information, please contact the Magruder Director of Community Outreach at 419-732-4061 or rfall @

On September 30th, the Magruder Hospital Foundation will host “Grapes and Grains – A Celebration of Food and Liquor” at the Catawba Island Club Pavilion from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Enjoy dinner stops of specially selected food combinations created by the Catawba Island Club chef and samples from Bait House Brewery, Catawba Island Brewing Company, Gideon Owen Wine Company, The Orchard, and Twin Oast Brewery.

Guitarist Tom Martin will provide entertainment at the event. The proceeds from the event will be used to support the construction of a bridge to expand the Magruder Foundation hiking trail.

The cost of the event is $ 75 for an individual or $ 125 for a couple. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available online at Participants must be 21 years old. For more information, please contact Magruder Director of Development at 419-734-3131 ext. 3147 or [email protected].

Courts add child support collection tools

Sandusky County’s Common Pleas Court, in partnership with Sandusky County’s Child Benefit Enforcement Agency, is introducing a new enforcement tool aimed at increasing child benefit collection and the employment rate. Starting in August, the court will hold a monthly Seek Work Court to address issues related to unemployment and those who fail to pay their monthly child support obligations.

The Seek Work Court meets every third Thursday of the month and each participant will report to the court on their progress in finding a job. If an entrant does not meet the requirements of the Seek Work Court and does not find employment within a reasonable time, he or she may be punished for disregard of the court.

Anyone looking for help finding a job should contact the OhioMeansJobs Center in Sandusky County at 2511 Countryside Drive, Suite D, Fremont or call 419-332-2169. You can also find information at

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