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					                                                                                                                                                                 Aug. 14, 2010


                                                                                                                                            Orchestra Hall
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                                                                                                                                               Child (12 & Under) $3

 Tingstad & Rumbel                             “The Songs of     Lakeside Symphony
8:15 p.m.
                                             Johnny Mercer: Our Orchestra Closing
Wednesday, Aug. 18                           Huckleberry Friend”        Night
Hoover Auditorium
                                             8:15 p.m.                                     8:15 p.m.                                     The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
   Grammy Award winners Eric Tingstad        Thursday, Aug. 19                             Friday, Aug. 20                               (PG) 111 min.
and Nancy Rumbel have performed, re-         Hoover Auditorium                             Hoover Auditorium                             Aug 12-18
corded and toured together for 25 years.                                                                                                 Daily Times: 3:30 p.m., 8 p.m.
   Tingstad grew up in Seattle, Wash.           Three star vocalists and five musicians       CLOSING, continued from p. 1
and played electric guitar in rock bands.    will celebrate the 100th anniversary of                                                     Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage) is
While attending Western Washington           the birth of singer-lyricist Johnny Mercer.       The suite has four movements: “The        a master sorcerer in modern-day
University, he became interested in clas-    The concert, titled “Our Huckleberry          Sea and Sinbad’s Ship,” “The Story of         Manhattan trying to defend the
sical and jazz guitar techniques and trad-   Friend,” is produced by The Musical           the Kalendar Prince,” “The Young Prince       city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim
ed his electric guitar in for an acoustic    Theater Project, which has previously         and The Young Princess” and “Festival         Horvath (Alfred Molina). Balthazar
guitar. In 2007, he received a Grammy        brought other tributes to Lakeside.           at Baghdad; The Sea; The Ship Goes            recruits Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel),
Award nomination for his solo album,            “Our Huckleberry Friend,” a line           to Pieces on a Rock Surmounted by a           a seemingly average guy who
“Southwest.”                                 drawn from Mercer and Henry Mancini’s         Bronze Warrior.”                              demonstrates hidden potential, as his
   Rumbel, an oboist, grew up in San         Academy Award-winning song “Moon                  Inspired by episodes and pictures from    reluctant protégé. The sorcerer gives
Antonio, Tex., and attended Northwest-       River,” is a multi-media show spotlighting    “The Arabian Nights,” Rimsky-Korsakov         his unwilling accomplice a crash
ern University, where she developed an       the life of the lyricist with video and       thought of the piece as “an orchestral        course in the art and science of magic.
interest in ethnomusicology.                 audio clips and dozens of images. The         suite in four movements, closely knit by      Together, these unlikely partners work
   She explored non-traditional and im-      performance features more than 30             the community of its themes and motives,      to stop the forces of darkness. It will
provisational music, eventually moving       Mercer favorites, including “Blues in the     yet representing, as it were, a kaleido-      take all the courage Stutler can muster
to Florida and joining the Paul Winter       Night,” “Charade,” “Lazybones,” “That         scope of fairy-tale images and designs of     to survive his training, save the city and
Consort. In 1984, she left the group to      Old Black Magic,” “One for My Baby”           Oriental character.”                          get the girl.
start a family, moving to the Seattle area   and “Something’s Gotta Give.”                     Friscioni was born in Cantù, Italy,
in 1985.                                        The program is hosted by national          where she began studying piano at age
   Tingstad and Rumbel first met at an       radio personality Bill Rudman and pianist     five. At age nine, she made her debut
outdoor festival in Oregon in 1984. They     Joe Hunter, and features vocalists Vince      at the prestigious Carducci Society in
began collaborating a year later, culmi-     Mastro, Helen Welch and Evelyn Wright.        Como, Italy. She received her diploma
nating in their first album, “The Gift,” a   Rudman, the director of The Musical           in piano performance from the Giuseppe
collection of acoustic holiday music that    Theater Project, can be heard locally on      Verdi Conservatory in Milan, Italy, in
remains a best-seller today.                 Cleveland’s WCLV’s “Footlight Parade”         1997. She then went to study with famed
   In 2003, the duo received a Grammy        and nationally on Sirius XM Satellite         professor Annamaria Pennella.
Award for their album, “Acoustic Gar-        Radio’s “On the Aisle.”                           Friscioni has won several national and
den.” The album featured a limited edi-         “To quote one of his song titles, the      international competitions, including the
tion plantable CD cover, made from re-       Savannah-born lyricist was simply ‘Too        Tortona, Moneglia, Camaiore, Chieti and
cycled cotton with wildflower seeds that     Marvelous for Words,’” said Rudman.           Kawai Piano Competitions. In 2000, she
would sprout when watered.                   “Johnny Mercer had a pitch-perfect ear        made her debut in the United States with
   In 2008, they released their 19th al-     for the way Americans talk and dream.         a recital for the Cleveland Restoration So-
bum, “Leap of Faith.” Their performance      He’s been called our ‘folk poet’—the          ciety. Since then, she has performed with     Inception
at Lakeside will include selections from     man is a truly beloved figure in American     such groups as the Cleveland Women’s          (PG-13) 148 min.
the album and old favorites, as well as      popular song.”                                Orchestra under Robert Cronquist, the         Aug. 19-22
unrecorded songs.                               Mercer said of himself, “I was             Cleveland Pops and the National Reper-        Daily Times: 3:30 p.m., 8 p.m.
   They will also perform arrange-           trying to be as witty as Lorenz Hart, as      tory Orchestra, and at such venues as the
                                                                                                                                         Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a
ments of standards from the “American        sophisticated as Cole Porter, as simple       South Shore Music Festival in Westport,
                                                                                                                                         skilled thief, the best in the dangerous art
Songbook,” such as “Summertime” and          as Irving Berlin and as poetic as Oscar       Conn., and the Music in the Mountains
                                                                                                                                         of extraction: stealing valuable secrets
“Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”                Hammerstein.”                                 festival in Durango, Colo.
                                                                                                                                         from deep within the subconscious
                                                                                                                                         during the dream state. Cobb’s rare
                                                                                                                                         ability has made him a coveted player
                                                                                                                                         in this treacherous new world of
                                                                                                                                         corporate espionage, but it has also
                                                                                                                                         made him an international fugitive and
                                                                                                                                         cost him everything he has ever loved.
                                                                                                                                         Now Cobb is being offered a chance
                                                                                                                                         at redemption. One last job could give
                                                                                                                                         him his life back but only if he can
                                                                                                                                         accomplish the impossible—inception.
                                                                                                                                         If they succeed, it could be the perfect
                                                                                                                                         crime. But nothing can prepare the team
                                                                                                                                         for the dangerous enemy that seems to
                                                                                                                                         predict their every move. An enemy
                                                                                                                                         that only Cobb could have seen coming.
                                                                                                                                                     Aug. 14, 2010


Aigler Memorial recently renovated in Perry Park
    John Aigler’s grown children, Jane                                                          They especially loved hosting neigh-      Lakeside Fund
D’Angelo, Joan Lancaster and John,                                                           borhood plays in the front yard to enter-
have honored their father by supporting                                                      tain friends during the season.
a renovation of the Aigler Memorial in                                                          As dinner approached, the family
Perry Park.                                                                                  would gather for Lake Erie perch with
    The area, located along the lakefront,                                                   Ohio corn and tomatoes, followed by a
was recently transformed into a viewing                                                      walk for a Toft’s ice cream cone.
terrace overlooking the Lake Erie Islands.                                                      Joan worked as a waitress for many        $425,000
    Four generations ago, the Aigler’s                                                       years at the Abigail Tea Room and John       Goal
great, great-grandparents began the fam-                                                     spent his summers working at miniature
ily’s Lakeside tradition, traveling more                                                     golf.
than 100 miles by horse and buggy from                                                          During the season, Jane and Bar-
Delaware, Ohio, to visit the Chautauqua                                                      by Bright Smith taught arts and crafts
community.                                                                                   classes from their own gallery, called the
    Years later, their great-grandparents                                                    “Cultured Perch,” where they sold ev-
boarded the train in Delaware and arrived                                                    erything from paintings to painted rocks.
with their belongings at the Lakeside-                                                       These classes influenced Jane’s life-long
Marblehead Train Station.                                                                    passion for art.
    The family would pitch three tents in                                                       In memory of their father, John’s chil-
Central Park – one for women, one for          he was happiest when he was out on the        dren gave funds to renovate the Aigler       $87,596
men and one for dining.                        water,” said Joan. “He loved to take boat     Memorial with the new binocular viewer.      To date
    The camping experience at Lakeside         trips to watch the sunset and the star-          Joan commented, “The terrace will
later sparked the purchase of the family’s     filled sky from Lake Erie.”                   honor our father’s memory of Lakeside
first cottage, “Laurel View,” where their          His children treasure the endless free-   and his love for Lake Erie.”
father John would spend many summers           dom and activities they had in Lakeside.         She adds, “We hope many Lakesiders
boating, swimming and fishing on Lake          The family enjoyed playing shuffleboard,      will enjoy the great views of Kelleys Is-
Erie.                                          swimming, setting up lemonade stands          land, freighter docks and all the activity
    “Our father was an avid boater and         and eating picnic lunches on the dock.        that goes on in the area of Lake Erie.”

“Honor.Thank.Remember.” a loved one with a special gift to Lakeside
   The Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation has launched             and a special Lakeside note card with a stamped enve-
the “Honor.Thank.Remember.” giving initiative.                 lope.
   A gift in honor/memory of a loved one - family, friend          The note card has a place for individuals to write a
or co-worker - is a wonderful way to pay tribute.              personalized note and is a special way to personally no-
   It can celebrate special milestones, like the birth of a    tify the family directly about the gift.
child, wedding and anniversaries.                                  If donors wish for the Advancement Office to notify
   By making a tribute gift to the Lakeside Fund, donors       the family or loved one, a Tribute Form must be com-
will have an immediate impact on the Lakeside mission          pleted and submitted with the gift.
ensuring a quality experience for future generations.              Visit www.lakesideohio.com/giving and click on
   When individuals make a gift in honor or in memory          the “Honor. Thank. Remember.” link for details and to
of a loved one, they will receive an acknowledgement           download the form.

  KeyBank- State of the Estate Tax
                      Stacey Brancheau, J.D.
                                                        Monday, Aug. 16
                                                           at 3:30 p.m.
                                                       in the Fountain Inn
                                                           Aigler Room


                                             “Home Cooked” special feature each day from
                                                        5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

  MONDAY                      Pork & Kraut - Served With Red Skinned          ... $7.49
                              Mashed Potatoes - Salad - Roll & Butter

  TUESDAY                     Swiss Steak - Two Sides - Roll & Butter         ... $8.49

  WEDNESDAY                   Salmon Patties - Two Sides                      ... $7.49
                              Roll & Butter

  THURSDAY                    Meatloaf - Two Sides - Roll & Butter            ... $7.49

  FRIDAY                      Fish Fry (All You Care To Eat)                  ... $9.49
                              French Fries - Salad - Roll & Butter

  SATURDAY                   Two Cabbage Rolls - Two Sides                    ... $8.49
                             Roll & Butter

  SUNDAY                      Bob’s Homemade Chicken & Noodles                ... $6.49
                              Served Over Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes
                              Salad - Roll & Butter (Served 11AM - 8PM)
     Our hours are -7:00AM to 11:00PM                 Doughnuts in the morning
           Open 7 days a week                         Ice Cream in the evening
             (419) 798-9144                             Chicken by the bucket
                                                                                                                                                                  Aug. 14, 2010


Volunteers participate in the Candlelight Symphony
Showcase to support the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra
    The Lakeside Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is com-                                                                            In the home of Mark and Suzanne Carle, a string
prised of accomplished, talented musicians who main-                                                                     quartet was featured. James Braid (LSO 44 years), vio-
tain a unique tradition at Lakeside.                                                                                     lin and LSO concertmaster, is from Cincinnati, Ohio,
    Led by Music Director Robert Cronquist, who cel-                                                                     and plays for the Cincinnati Symphony and Cincinnati
ebrates his 40th year with Lakeside, a number of musi-                                                                   Chamber Orchestra. Dana Mader (LSO 17 years), vio-
cians volunteered to help generate support by participat-                                                                lin, is from Gibsonburg, Ohio, and plays with the Toledo
ing in the Lakeside Candlelight Symphony Showcase.                                                                       Symphony Orchestra. Colleen Braid (LSO 40 years),
    The home of Kurt Geisheimer featured a violin and                                                                    viola, plays for the Dayton Philharmonic and the Cin-
harp duo. Benjamin Lloyd (LSO 34 years), violin, is                                                                      cinnati Chamber Orchestra. Allison Braid Olsen (LSO
from Nashville, Tenn., and plays for the Nashville Sym-                                                                  21 years), cello, is from Louisville, Ky., and plays for
phony Orchestra. Katherine Bracy (LSO 45 years), harp,                                                                   the Louisville Orchestra.
is the former principal harp in the Columbus Symphony.                                                                       The Hotel Lakeside Dining Room and Café featured
    The home of the Rev. Irwin and Janet Jennings fea-                                                                   two musicians. Linda Allen (LSO 27 years), piano, of
tured a string quartet. Christopher Reed (LSO 18 years),                                                                 Lakewood, Ohio, serves as assistant director of the De-
violin, is from Shreveport, La., and plays for the Shreve-                                                               partment of Music and Registrar for The Music Settle-
port Symphony, East Texas Symphony and South Arkan-            James	 Braid,	 violin;	 Dana	 Mader,	 violin;	 Allison	 ment of Cleveland and plays with the Cleveland Wom-
sas Symphony. Nicole Craycraft (LSO 8 years), violin,          Braid	 Olsen,	 cello;	 and	 Colleen	 Braid,	 viola,	 per- en’s Orchestra. Jeremy Craycraft accompanied her on
is from Duluth, Minn., and plays for the Duluth Superior       form	at	the	cottage	of	Mark	and	Suzanne	Carle.            the drums.
Symphony Orchestra, the Lake Superior Chamber Or-              by Gary and Carole Pierce, a violin and flute duo played      The Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation is grateful for
chestra and the Lyric Opera of the North. Keith Holiday        for the evening. Cecilia Johnson (LSO 17 years), violin, the efforts of the many individuals who made this pro-
(LSO 31 years), viola, resides in Medina, Ohio, and is a       is from Toledo, Ohio, and teaches at Adrian College and gram a success, including participating property owners,
violist with the Akron Symphony Orchestra and Diver-           the University of Toledo and serves as concertmaster for musicians, Joan Cronquist, Event Chair Barb Caner and
timento String Quartet. Charles Griffith, cello, plays for     Toledo’s Sono Novo Chamber Ensemble. Amy Heri- Bill and Maryln Dudrow who provided luminaries to
the Cleveland Opera and Cleveland Pops Orchestra.              tage, flute, is also from Toledo and plays in the Toledo light up the evening.
    At Evening Song Cottage Bed & Breakfast, owned             Symphony Orchestra.

Become a Lakeside Fund ambassador                                                            Coming	Up	Next	Week
    The Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation
is looking for people who have a shared                                                      KeyBank Chief Economic Strategist to give
interest in securing the future of Lake-
side, to serve as Lakeside Fund Ambas-
                                                                                             Week 10 lecture on Monday, August 23
sadors.                                                                                          At 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 23 in
    The mission of the Lakeside Fund Am-                                                     the Fountain Inn Aigler Room, KeyBank
bassadors is to raise awareness about the                                                    Chief Economic Strategist Bruce McCain
importance of the Lakeside Fund, with                                                        will discuss the state of the economy.
the ultimate goal of increasing financial                                                        McCain is a nationally respected
gifts to the annual fund drive.                                                              investment strategist and appears fre-
    By becoming an Ambassador, individ-                                                      quently on “Bloomberg TV” and CNBC.
uals will have a chance to connect with        Foundation Advancement Office. Indi-          He is also quoted regularly in publica-
three to five fellow Lakesiders, and share     viduals may call (419) 798-5396 or email      tions and media outlets such as the Wall
with them why they choose to support           advancement@lakesideohio.com.                 Street Journal, the Associated Press, Re-
Lakeside.                                         It takes no more than 10 minutes to        uters, BusinessWeek, Investor’s Business
    Co-chairs of the Lakeside Fund –           sign up and learn more about how to add       Daily, www.CNBC.com and www.MSN.
Tom and Jan Hilty, Meredith Meyer and          a personal touch to the Lakeside Fund         com.
Salam Chaudhary – invite those inter-          goal of securing the future of this special       The lecture will include how eco-
ested to visit the Lakeside Chautauqua         place.                                        nomic growth will continue to be slow
                                                                                             during the current mature stage of the re-   efforts that support the team’s work. He
                                                                                             covery. McCain will highlight that slow      is the past Director of Investment Re-
                                                Artists-N-Cahoots is                         growth is weighing heavily on the minds      search for KeyBank and remains actively
                                             located at 222 Walnut Ave.                      of consumers and small business owners.      involved in guiding the research efforts at
                                                                                             Although some forecast avoidance of a        the sector and individual stock levels. He
                                              Artists-N-Cahoots is the place to              double dip recession this year, the risk     also serves as the investment manager on
                                                                                             of the double dip recession has increased    portfolios for both individuals and chari-
                                                 find original artwork and
                                                                                             slightly. McCain will lecture about how      table endowments.
                                              high-quality hand-crafted items
                                                                                             the recession affects inventory stock lev-       McCain received his bachelor of arts
                                             produced by artists who volunteer               els. He will close by emphasizing as busi-   degree in accounting and a bachelor of
                                              and teach classes at the C. Kirk               nesses gain confidence, they also increase   science degree in psychology from Boise
                   Hours                      Rhein, Jr. Center for the Living               inventory level, which in turn boosts the    State University. He received his Ph.D. in
     Mon.-Sat.:	        10	a.m.-5	p.m.
     Sun.:	    	        11	a.m.-3	p.m.
                                                Arts, as well as other artists.              economy.                                     business administration from the Univer-
                                                                                                 At KeyBank, McCain directs research      sity of California, Berkeley.

                                                                                                                         Inner Journeys
                              “Monday Mondays”               “Thirsty Thursdays”
                                                                                                                           with Linda Green BA, RPP, RPE
                                  2 for 1 specials            Cold Drink Specials
     Gourmet Coffee,
      Espresso, Teas
                                                                                                          Energetic Touch Therapy: Polarity, Maya
                              “Tea is for Tuesday”             “Fruity-Fridays”
       & Ice Cream                 Tea Specials               Fresh Fruit Toppings                     Abdominal, Reiki, Reflexology and Aromatherapy
       Home of the new             Wednesday                        Saturday                                            162 Walnut Ave. Suite B
                              “Espresso Yourself!”              C&C Kids Club                                            by appointment only
                                                             2:00pm - $3.00 per child
                                Espresso Specials            Make your own Sundaes                                 H- 419-635-2337 C- 419-350-8951
                                                               Story Time and Crafts                                     www.omnigreen.com
    Using only fresh,
      seasonal and                           “Sundaes on Sunday”                             Sessions are performed on a massage table. Through a series of deep pressure
    locally available                           Unlimited Toppings
                                                                                             reflex points, rocking, stretching and relaxing healing touch, Polarity therapy balances
       ingredients.                                                                          the body and its life energy. It aids with stress reduction, relieves pain, digestive
                                   www.lakesidecoffeeandcream.com                            problems,reproductive issues and anxiety. It feels great!
                                                                                                                                                                        Aug. 14, 2010

                                                                                                                    Rhein Center
                                                                                               Clay      Lanterns      with     Therese        Japanese Fish Kites with Miss Pat
                          Rhein Center 101                                                     Trivisonno                                      Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Mon. & Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or                 Create a colorful paper kite. Bring a helpful
     Lakeside has a hidden gem on the corner of Walnut Avenue and Sixth Street, the
                                                                                               Tues. 6-8 p.m. & Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.          adult.
 C. Kirk Rhein, Jr. Center for the Living Arts, which is housed in historic Epworth
                                                                                               Roll out clay and wrap it around a can.         Cost: $2                      Age: 4-8
 Lodge. Arts programming in this wonderful open space began in 1999, the result                Then decorate the lantern with glaze. Two-
 of a generous gift from the Rhein family and their friends in memory of their son,            day class.                                      Lake Erie in a Bottle with Donna
 Kirk. The Rhein Center provides classes in fine arts and crafts for Lakesiders of             Cost: $4                   Age: 12+             Laipply
 all ages.                                                                                                                                     Tues., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
     Classes are taught by volunteer artists/teachers who share their time and talents         Cloth Rag Angels with Therese                   Reuse a water bottle and create Lake Erie
 with those in Lakeside. Every week brings different classes, depending on the                 Trivisonno                                      in a bottle. A lesson on Reduce, Reuse,
 teachers who are available. Students might find quilting, stained glass or easel art.         Wed. or Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                 Recycle will be included. Bring a helpful
 You will always find rock painting, a time-honored Lakeside tradition. There are              Wrap torn strips of muslin around a             adult.
 classes for children and adults. Some classes last two hours, others are held two             Styrofoam ball. Decorate an angel with hair,    Cost: $4                   Age: 4-6
 hours every day for an entire week. The variety is wide and the opportunities are             a halo, wings and other embellishments.
 many.                                                                                         Cost: $5                    Age: 12+            Lakeside Treasure Can with Donna
     Pre-registration for classes is required at the Rhein Center Open House and sign-                                                         Laipply
 up on Sunday from 1-3 p.m. Results of the registration lottery are available from             Create a Colorful Mandala with Joan             Wed., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
 5-7 p.m. on Sunday. Additional sign-ups are available on Monday as remaining                  Barris                                          Reuse a large food storage can and turn
 space permits.                                                                                Mon., 3:30-5:30 p.m.                            it into your own treasure. A lesson on
     Review the extensive schedule. Then, come by on Sunday afternoon to sign up               Use watercolor pencils to create a colorful     Reduce, Reuse, Recycle will be included.
                                                                                               mandala suitable for framing.                   Bring a helpful adult.
 and join the fun.
                                                                                               Cost: $4                    Age: 16+            Cost: $4                  Age: 6-8

Create with the Artists                                                                        Create with Picture Books with Bev
                                                                                               Bartczak and Joan Price
                                                                                                                                               Lakeside Wind Chime with Juliann
                                                                                                                                               Breting Rohn
                                                                                               Mon.-Thurs., 12:30-1:30 p.m. or                 Tues., Thurs. & Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
3-D Purses with Donna Laipply                   Beginner Book Making with Mary
                                                                                               2-3 p.m.                                        Use leaves from Lakeside trees and plants
Tues. & Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                   Jennie Vetrone
                                                                                               Explore new stories in children’s literature,   to create a keepsake wind chime. Three-day
Make your own purse gift bag and a gift         Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. or Fri., 12:30-
                                                                                               drama and art activities. Four-day class.       class.
card purse – all the rage in papercrafting.     2:30 p.m. or 3:30-5:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Cost: $12                    Age: 3-6           Cost: $4                    Age: 8+
Two-day class.                                  Use card stock and computer paper to create
Cost: $10                   Age: 14+            a pamphlet-style booklet suitable for lists,
                                                                                               Creative Writing with Linda Smith               Lampwork Bead Making with Shelly
                                                notes or poems.
                                                                                               Thurs. & Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                  Rothenbuhler
Advanced Fused Glass Jewelry with               Cost: $5                   Age: 12+
                                                                                               Use fun story starters to begin from scratch    Mon.-Fri. 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Ruth App
                                                                                               and create a story step-by-step with this       Make beautiful glass beads by melting glass
Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           Beginning Fused Glass Jewelry with
                                                                                               published Lakeside author. Two-day class.       rods with a torch. Five-day class.
Broaden your fused glass skills with this       Ruth App
                                                                                               Cost: $4                     Age: 9-12          Cost: $40                    Age: 16+
talented glass artist. Must have previous       Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
fused glass experience. Create jewelry on       Explore the possibilities of fused glass
                                                                                               Digital Photography with Randal                 Learn to Play Sudoku with Roger
Wednesday and pick up fired pieces on           jewelry. Complete several pieces. Pick up
                                                                                               Levenson                                        Haymond
Friday afternoon.                               on Friday afternoon.
                                                                                               Mon.-Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                      Mon. & Tues., 3:30-5:30 p.m. (Age: 8-12)
Cost: $40                   Age: 16+            Cost: $30                  Age: 16+
                                                                                               Expand your knowledge of your own digital       Wed. & Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p.m.(Age: 13+)
                                                                                               camera and refine your photography skills       Learn the basic skills of the numbers game
Adventures in Art Conservation with             Beginning Knitting with Therese
                                                                                               with this professional photographer. Bring      Sudoku. Its principle of deductive reasoning
Rusty Levenson                                  Trivisonno
                                                                                               your own camera, images and laptop.             is a fun challenge. Improves basic math
Mon. & Tues.,12:30-2:30 p.m.                    Mon. & Tues., or Wed. & Thurs., 12:30-
                                                                                               Three-day class.                                skills for children and keeps adult minds
On Tuesday, Rusty will speak about              2:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Cost: $10                   Age: 14+            active. Two-day class.
her book, “Seeing Through Paintings,”           Learn the basic techniques to knitting. Two-
                                                                                                                                               Cost: $2
which discusses using the materials and         day class.
                                                                                               Drawing Intensive with Geddes
techniques of painting to make art historical   Cost: TBD                    Age: TBD
                                                                                               Levenson                                        Necktie Purse with Adriene Mowry
assessments. Two-day class.
                                                                                               Mon.-Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                      Tues. or Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Cost: $10                   Age: 12+            Build a Birdhouse with Doug Trudeau
                                                                                               Tap into this young artist’s expertise. Five-   Transform an unwanted necktie into a small
                                                Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. or Fri.,
                                                                                               day class.                                      purse or wallet – perfect for holding change,
Artistic Clipboards with Donna                  9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                               Cost: $25                     Age: 12+          a cell phone or an iPod.
Laipply                                         Assemble a birdhouse using pre-cut parts,
                                                                                                                                               Cost: $4                       Age: 10+
Mon., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           hammer and nails. Custom paint and
                                                                                               Drawing with a Ballpoint Pen with
Turn a clipboard into a work of art. Great      decorate the exterior.
                                                                                               Susie Graham                                    Paint a Greek Pot with Rusty
for posting reminders or photos.                Cost: $10                Age: 8+
                                                                                               Mon. & Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                   Levenson
Cost: $7                    Age: 12+
                                                                                               Join this Lakeside artist for an interesting    Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                Butterfly Refrigerator Magnet with
                                                                                               in-depth drawing workshop. Two-day class.       Use Greek design as inspiration to create a
Balloon Bugs with Lynn Aseltine                 Lisa Davis
                                                                                               Cost: $10                    Age: 15+           lovely flower pot.
Tues. or Thurs.,3:30-5:30 p.m.                  Mon., Wed. or Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                               Cost: $3                   Age: 8+
Combine a deflated balloon, chenille wire,      Paint clothespins with glitter glue and add
                                                                                               Duct Tape Purses with Donna Laipply
some surprises and your imagination to          wings, googly eyes and antennae. Bring a
                                                                                               Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           Paint Your Own Ceramics with Erin
create a new best bug friend.                   helpful adult.
                                                                                               Make a duct tape purse with the Queen of        Rosson
Cost: $3                    Age: 8+             Cost: $2                     Age: 3-5
                                                                                               duct tape.                                      Mon. & Tues., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Cost: $7                  Age: 10+              Glaze a funky square dish with feet under
Basic Beading with Phyllis Chandler             Carolina Snowflakes with Lynn
                                                                                                                                               Erin’s expert guidance. Two-day class.
Mon.-Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                      Aseltine
                                                                                               Duct Tape Wallets with Donna                    Cost: $10                  Age: 12+
Learn to make wire loops, use crimps and        Mon. or Wed., 3:30-5:30 p.m. or Fri.,
design jewelry. Create a beaded jewelry set     12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Thurs., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                         Papier Mache Bird House with Chris
of necklace, bracelet and earrings. Five-day    Weave a lacy, three-dimensional snowflake
                                                                                               Use a variety of duct tape colors to create a   Pohly
class.                                          using slender pieces of paper.
                                                                                               wallet from duct tape.                          Mon.-Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Cost: $12                    Age: 14+           Cost: $5                    Age: 14+
                                                                                               Cost: $6                     Age: 10+           Get messy and build a papier mache bird
                                                                                                                                               house. Five-day class.
Basic Stained Glass with Jack Craig             CD Case Photo Album with Adriene
                                                                                               Friendship Bracelets with Beads                 Cost: $5                  Age: 8+
Mon.-Fri., 9:30 a.m.-noon                       Mowry
                                                                                               with Lisa Davis
Complete a glass panel while learning basic     Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                               Tues. or Thurs., 9:30-11:30 p.m.                Photo/Message Board with Adriene
stained glass. Five-day class.                  Transform a CD case into a cool photo
                                                                                               Bring a helpful adult.                          Mowry
Cost: $30                    Age: 14+           album or brag book.
                                                                                               Cost: $3                  Age: 6-9              Mon. or Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                Cost: $4                Age: 10+
                                                                                                                                               Make a bulletin board for your wall or
Beautiful Cards with Jan Dwyer
                                                                                                                                               locker. The ribbon decoration will hold
Tues., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                               pictures, cards and notes without push pins.
Create wonderful cards while learning the
                                                                                                                                               Cost: $6                     Age: 10+
steps for stamping and layering.
Cost: $5                    Age: 8+
                                                                                                                                                          Aug. 14, 2010

                                                                                                         Rhein Center

Rock Painting on the Porch with the                                                                                            (Left) - Mia and Brad Berg show off
Rhein Center Staff                                                                                                             their completed paper crane.
Tues., Wed., or Thurs., 1-2 p.m. or 2-3
p.m. or Fri., 10-11 a.m. or 11 a.m.-noon                                                                                       (Below) - Julian Breting Rohn helps
Join us for rock painting, a longtime                                                                                          Laurel Bescher fold a sheet of Ori-
Lakeside tradition, on the porch at the
Rhein Center. Please bring your own rocks.
                                                                                                                               gami paper.
Cost:$1 for 2 rocks         All ages

Story and Art with Juliann Breting
Wed., 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Listen to the story, “Raven, a Trickster Tale
from the Pacific Northwest.” Then, make
your own magic box.
Cost: $2                     Age: 4+

Wax Paper Butterflies with Miss Pat
Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Create a butterfly that looks like stained
glass using crayons and wax paper. Bring
a helpful adult.
                                                                                       A successful team effort: the Paper Crane
Cost: $1                   Age: 4-8
                                                                                       Folding Marathon and Empty Bowls Meal
Wire-Wrapped Necklace and Pendant                                                          A special thank you goes out to Rhein     tion with the Lakeside United Methodist
with Mr. Chandler                                                                      Center supporters for the help received       Church (UMC) on Aug. 11 was also a
Mon.-Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                                                             with two recent outreach projects. The        huge success. Thanks to the many Rhein
Learn basic wire wrapping techniques to                                                Paper Crane Folding Marathon on Aug.          Center students who made or glazed
create a necklace with a wire-wrapped focal                                            5 was very successful. There were 1,001       bowls, as well as to the volunteers that
piece pendant. Five-day class.                                                         cranes folded by 7:30 p.m., which was         made the soup and those who attended
Cost: $12                    Age: 14+                                                  earlier than last year’s finishing time.      the event. This was truly a team effort.
                                                                                           Daniel Dropko, Rhein Center art-             $287 was raised for the Red Bird
                                                                                       ist/teacher, led the crane folding effort,    Mission in Kentucky, $604 for the Dan-
                                                                                       while Rhein Center Administrative As-         bury Food Pantry and $320 for Bread
 Please arrive promptly for classes.                                                   sistant Pat Castanaras led the task of        for the World.
                                                                                       stringing all 1,001 cranes. Lakesiders           Three organizations profited from
 A paid space will be held for 15 min-                                                 Kathy Anderson and Carolyn Beears             this collective effort: Bread for the
 utes after the start of a class. After                                                read the book, “Sadako and the Thou-          World, the Danbury Food Pantry and
 that, if another student is waiting, the                                              sand Paper Cranes.” The cranes will be        Red Bird Mission in Kentucky. Special
 space will be given away. If you know          (Above) - Eileen Howell hands out a    delivered to elders in Lakeside.              thanks to Rosalyn Barnhill and her com-
 you will be delayed, call the Rhein                                                       The Third Annual Empty Bowls Hun-         mittee at the Lakeside UMC for their
                                                cup of soup at the Empty Bowls Meal.
 Center at (419) 798-4461, ext. 276 so                                                 ger Awareness Meal, held in coopera-          support and work on this project.
 that the spot can be held.

Please note:

Children ages seven and under must al-
ways bring a helpful adult.

 Can you help?
                                                                                                                                    (Above) - One of the 140 bowls
 The Rhein Center is collecting clean,                                                                                              made for the Empty Bowls Meal.
 aluminum pie tins for a future class.
                                                                                                                                    (Left) - Lakesiders pick out their
                                                                                                                                    “Empty Bowls.”

   Sypherd                                                                              rs
                                                                                  50 Yea Bike
                                                                                Repair Experience
                                                                                                                                    Golf Carts

                               and Rental Center
   Rent what you need:                                                          12 Point Safety Check
    Golf Carts, Bikes, Low Riders, Tag A Longs, Wheel-                                     $43.95                                   Rentals & Leases
     chairs, Handicap Scooters, TV, DVD Player, Cribs,
   Strollers, Baby Gates, Fans, Cots, Microwaves, Tennis                         Parts extra if needed                              Sales & Repairs
   Rackets, Dock Chairs, Folding Tables/Chairs and more
                                                                                                                  Corner 2nd.
                Tackle and worms
                                                                                       Helmet Special
                                                                                                                  & Sycamore
                                                                                            $18.98                       419-798-4124
     OPEN 7 DAYS 9 am - 8 pm                                                                                          www.Sypherdcycles.com
                                                                                                                                                                    Aug. 14, 2010

                                                                                                                  Kids & Teens

                                                     Weekly Kids’ Programs
Kids Setting Sail Program                                                                     God Squad
   Kids ages 5-10 are invited to enjoy the wind in the sails with free Sunfish sailing           God Squad is the name of Lakeside’s faith-based children’s program. Sessions are
adventures from 2:30-4:30 p.m. on Sunday at the beach. Volunteers from the Society            held at 9 a.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning at Bradley Temple
of Old Salts serve as skippers. Kids must be able to swim and life jackets are provided.      on Cedar Avenue and Third Street. Thursday, Aug. 19 will be the last session of the
   Limited instructional rides are available for kids ages 11-16. Contact coordinator         season. God Squad is also held in conjunction with the 10:30 a.m. Sunday Hoover
Bill Maenner at (856) 692-1245 or stop by 308 Maple Ave. for details. Full, weekly            Worship Service. Children follow the parade from Hoover Auditorium to Bradley
certified sailing instructions are available through the Lakeside Sailing Center for ages     Temple.
10 and older.                                                                                    God Squad is hosted by children’s singer-songwriter Chip Richter, his wife Mary
                                                                                              Beth and staff. Each session features live music, audience participation, age appropriate
Junior Naturalist Program                                                                     lessons, crafts, cookies and lemonade.
   The Junior Naturalist Program, for ages 9-12, will meet for the last time during
the 2010 season at 9-10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 16. Frank O’Dell, a Lakeside summer              Fun with Music and Ring & Sing
resident and year-round environmentalist, will lead a nature adventure walk that                 Music is the language sung around the world and especially in Lakeside. Young
departs from the Train Station. There will be prizes.                                         people are invited to bring their friends and make new ones in Fun with Music and
                                                                                              Ring & Sing. Children ages 4-8 meet from 10:30-11:10 a.m. in Bradley Temple and
Bicycle Safety Tips and Parade                                                                those ages 8+ from 11:15 a.m.-noon, Tuesday-Thursday. Family and friends are invited
  Children ages 4-12 are invited to learn about basic bike safety at 11:15 a.m. on            for a Friday performance of both groups at 11 a.m. This week will be the last week.
Monday at Bradley Temple.                                                                        Sessions are led by Connie Dieterich, who teaches at the Cleveland Music School
  The bike safety class is followed by bike decorating and a parade throughout                Settlement and earned her masters in music and her masters of education in music
Lakeside.                                                                                     education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
                                                                               Story Time for Kids
                                                      The Lakeside Women’s Club offers story time for kids ages 4-10 at 9:30 a.m. on
                                                       Saturdays at Green Gables Cottage, 161 Walnut Ave., behind Orchestra Hall.

                                                   Weekly Youth and Teen Programs
Welcome Lakeside Teens                                                                        Wednesday - Teen Night at Evening Praise - 7:15 p.m.
   There are many Lakeside stories of lifelong friendships that began on the shores of          All Lakesiders are invited to participate in Evening Praise, held on the East Pavilion
Lake Erie. Teens (ages 13-17) are invited to join the following events held throughout        Deck. Music and message are designed to make the evening meaningful.
the week:
                                                                                                                   Get a free ice cream or mini-golf pass
Sunday - Teen Dock Hour - 8:15 p.m.
  Meet other Lakeside Teens at Dockside for a fun time of food, fellowship and games.                                   by delivering the Lakesider
Get connected with others who are spending the week at Lakeside.                                                                      Saturday, 8:30 a.m.,
Tuesday - Miniature Golf Under the Stars - 8:30 p.m.                                                                                   Association Office
   Join other teens for a free game of golf and snacks at the Lakeside miniature golf
course.                                                                                                      For more information, call (419) 798-4461, ext. 287

                                                                        Erie Spirit Sailing
                                                     Three and eight-hour rides on a 33’ sailboat. Morning, afternoon or
                                                     sunset sailing times to meet your needs. Only one mile from
                                                     Lakeside. No experience necessary.
                                                     Be the Captain or sit back and relax.

                   New this year                     Learn to Sail Sunfish or Keelboat.
          Old-Fashioned Frozen Custard
            Expanded Waterfront Dining
                                                     Call Captain Jim at 419-967-0520.
    The Same Favorites plus Some New Snack Items
    Longer Hours with a DockSide After Dark Menu
          Our Famous DockRunner Service              lakeeriesail.com
   Open Daily at Noon in the East Pavilion

        Enjoy your home at Lakeside while you live worry-free at Wesleyan Meadows.
                                                                                       For independent, active seniors, Wesleyan Meadows offers 100% maintenance-
                                                                                       free living on 36 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in Sheffield Village,
                                                                                       Ohio. Our campus is just a short drive from the many Cleveland area sports and
                                                                                       entertainment venues. At Lorain County Community College, which is adjacent
                                                                                       to Wesleyan Meadows, you can enjoy educational, recreational, and cultural
                                                                                       activities. On-campus gathering areas include: Three Scenic Ponds, Grand
                                                                                       Banquet Room, Woodshop, Fitness Room, Billiards Room and a Library.
                                                                                                                       Wesleyan Meadows
                                                                                                                    5400 Meadow Lane Court
                                                                                                                   Sheffield Village, OH 44035                 440.934.0772
                                                                                                                     www.villageliving.com                    for information.

                                                                                                        More Living. Less Worry. More Everyday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Aug. 14, 2010


                                    Heritage Hall and Archives                   R. Ball, Composer of ‘When the Eyes are Smiling.’”
                                  Amanda Liske and Janet Stephenson                  Finally, the Archives has been collecting family
                                                                                 portfolios for the “Lakeside and Its Families” project.
      As the summer continues, Heritage Hall will now fo-                        These portfolios include photos, reminiscences, clip-
   cus on yet another stop on George McCormick’s driv-                           pings and other references to families and life in Lake-
   ing tour of “The Eastern Marblehead Peninsula.” This                          side’s history.
   week the town of Marblehead and its history will be                               The Heritage Society invites Lakesiders to partici-
   featured.                                                                     pate in this program by sharing the story of their fami-
      Also an historic walking tour of Central Lakeside                          lies at Lakeside through the years and generations.
   will depart Heritage Hall at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday.                             Heritage Hall is open from 10 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30
   The Lakeside Heritage Society’s Sunday lecture will                           p.m., Tuesday-Saturday and from 1-4:30 p.m. on Sun-
   take place at 2 p.m. on Aug. 15 in the Fountain Inn                           day. The Archives is open 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday-Sat-
   Green Room. This week’s lecture welcomes the Barba-                           urday.
   ra Lane family who will discuss “The Music of Ernest

                                      Lakeside Women’s Club                         Bridge: All women and men in Lakeside are invited
                                              Green Gables                       to play bridge at Green Gables from 9:30 a.m.-noon on
                                                                                 Wednesdays and 1:30-4 p.m. on Thursdays.
        Book Discussion: Joyce Mueller will lead a discus-                          Book Review: At 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Lakesider
    sion of “Dreams from My Father” by Barack Obama at                           Diana Craig will review “Have a Little Faith” by Mitch
    1:30 p.m. on Monday. In this unsentimental memoir,                           Albom (2009).
    the son of a black African father and a white American                          In this true life account, an 82-year-old rabbi asks
    mother searches for a workable meaning to his life as                        Albom if he will perform his eulogy. As Albom gets
    an American. Please read the book before attending the                       to know the rabbi better, he befriends a Detroit pastor
    discussion.                                                                  preaching to the homeless and poor.
        Tuesday Program: The Lakeside Women’s Club                                  Through his telling of the dynamics between white
    will hold its annual luncheon and installation of officers                   and black, poor and rich, Christian and Jew, Albom ex-
    at noon on Tuesday, Aug. 17 in Wesley Lodge. Reserva-                        plores the lesson both men share: believe in something
    tions are now closed for the meal, but Lakesiders may                        bigger than yourself. Books do not need to be read in
    come to Wesley at 12:45 p.m. for the program, “Beat-                         advance.
    rix Potter: A Woman of Texture.” Famous for being the                           Guests Welcome: Guests may attend Tuesday pro-
    author of “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” Potter was also a                      grams and Friday book reviews at Green Gables Cot-
    complex and ahead-of-her-time English woman.                                 tage, 161 Walnut Ave.; the single event fee is $1.
        Stephanie Krammer, a well-known performer with                              Accommodations: Women visitors to Lakeside are
    Heritage Theatre Productions, acts as both narrator and                      invited to stay in one of the Green Gables’ four bed-
    Potter, and includes singing and guitar with her por-                        rooms at reasonable rates; inquiries and reservations at
    trayal.                                                                      (419) 798-4734.

                                 Lakeside Wooden Boat Society                       All rides are free. Reservations are to be made at
                                               Phil Savage                       5 p.m. at the “Boat Rides” booth near the entrance to
                                                                                 the Pavilion on a first-come, first-served basis. A $10
       Take a Sunday evening cruise in a classic Lyman                           reservation deposit is required for each passenger and
    boat (a legendary boat of Lake Erie), or on “Amaz-                           will be refunded when boarding the boat. The deposit is
    ing Grace,” the 1937 Richardson, a 32-foot vessel                            non-refundable if a passenger fails to keep the reserva-
    christened at the Fifth Annual Lakeside Wooden Boat                          tion. Each excursion lasts 30 minutes.
    Show. “Scarlet,” a 26-foot Lyman will be captained by                           Cruises must have at least four passengers on each
    Frank Baker and “Amazing Grace” will be captained by                         Lyman and six people on “Amazing Grace.” Cruises
    Dwight Davis. Other Lyman boats also may be sched-                           begin promptly every 15 minutes from 6:30-7:45 p.m.
    uled.                                                                        from the “L” Dock.
       All boats will depart from the “L” dock with dock                            One-hour rides on other dates for a group of 4-6
    hands to assist passengers. Rides begin at 6:30 p.m.                         ($100) may be scheduled by calling Dwight Davis at
    each Sunday, weather permitting.                                             (419) 684-9804.

                                Magnets Books Looms Toys Cars Lanyards Marshmallow Shooters Socks
                                                                                                                                                                                Help keep Lakeside clean by
    Crafts Novelties Notepads

                                                                                                        Incense Outdoor Games CD's

                                                                                                                                                                               using the trash receptacles and
                                The Silly Goose                                                                                         Littering!                                     recycling bins.

                                      202 Walnut Avenue
                                        Lakeside, Ohio
                                        Mon - Sat 10-8: Sunday 12-8

                                Stuffed Animals Puzzles Balloons Miniatures Pet T-Shirts & Pet Treats

                                               ~ Yankee Candles ~ Oakleys ~ Groovy Girl Dolls ~ Aromatique ~ Calendars ~
                                                                                                                                                                                        Preserving the Past

                                •	Jim	Shore                                                                                          •	Reefs	&	Sierras								
                                                                                                                                                                 Jim Shore ~ Sweaters
T-Shirts ~ Ohio State

                                •	Ohio	State                                                                                           Sandals                                            Let us convert your old
                                •	Nautical	Décor	&			                                                                                •	Klutz	Books                                           photos, 8mm films,
                                  Clothing                                                                                           •	Jody	Coyote	Earrings
                                •	Cards
                                                                                                                                                                                          slides, and video tapes
                                                                                                                                     •	Rubber	Bands
                                •	Inspiration	books                                                                                  •	Life	is	Good
                                                                                                                                                                                               to CD or DVD
                                •	Magnabilties	jewelry                                                                               •	Oakley	Sunglasses
                                •	Garden	mushrooms           123 2nd Street              233 Walnut Avenue                           •	Candy	-	Pucker	Powder
                                •	Willow	Tree                419.798.5747                                                            •	Webkinz
                                •	Kitchen	ware                                                                                       •	Matchbox	-	Hot	Wheels                            *******************************
                                                                                                                                                                                               White Pine Productions
                                                         Open	Daily:	9	a.m.	or	earlier	to	9	p.m.	or	later                                                                                      Port Clinton, Ohio
                                                         ~ Inspirational Gifts ~ Ameri Bags ~ Demdaco Willow Tree ~
                                                                                                                                                                    Aug. 14, 2010

                                                                                                  Important Policies and Procedures

           Contact Information                               Bikes, Skateboards, Scooters & Skates                           Traffic & Parking
                                                                 To ensure the safety of pedestrians, these are forbidden    Second Street West Gate
                                                             to be used along the lakefront path, within the parks, on       The Second Street West Gate is open 6 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
 Lakeside Association Office:                                the Dock or Pavilion and within the Pedestrian Walkway          Monday-Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday for all ticket
   General Number: (419) 798-4461                            between Second and Third Streets on Walnut Avenue, as           holders and is the only entrance for trucks.
   Toll Free: (866) 952-5374                                 well as the Business District between Maple and Central         No Parking Areas
   Fax: (419) 798-5033                                       Avenues from Fourth Street to the lakefront.                        •	 No automobile parking on Second Street from the
   236 Walnut Avenue, Lakeside, Ohio 43440                       Please remember to lock bikes and report missing                     East Gate to the West Gate, except for designated
 Security:                                                   items immediately. To avoid losing these items, mark                     handicapped and short-term parking between
   In an emergency, call 911.                                them with the name and phone number of the owner to aid                  Walnut and Maple Avenues and assigned parking
   Cell: (419) 635-6030                                      in a faster return.                                                      as posted.
 Extensions:                                                                                                                     •	 Drop off parking and spaces behind the Lakeside
   Admissions (Hoover Auditorium)                 265                                                                                 Laundromat are for laundry customers only.
                                                                Pets are to be on a leash or confined to the owner’s
   Cottage Rentals                                334/348                                                                        •	 No on-street parking on Sycamore Avenue from
                                                             premises at all times. Owners must clean up after their
   Golf Hut                                       296                                                                                 Second to Fifth Streets.
                                                             animals. Several “Mutt Mitt Dispensers” are located
   Group Sales                                    279                                                                            •	 No parking within 20 feet of intersections.
                                                             throughout Lakeside. Keep in mind, no pets are allowed
   Hotel Lakeside Front Desk                      250                                                                            •	 No parking on Third Street between Walnut and
                                                             on the Dock or in the Grindley Playground in Central Park.
   Fountain Inn Front Desk                        281                                                                                 Central Avenues.
   Lakesider Editor                               287        Trash & Recycling                                                   •	 Trailers are not allowed in Lakeside. They must
   Orchestra Hall                                 280           Place garbage on curb by 7 a.m. for trash pickup                      park off-site.
   Rhein Center (Epworth Lodge)                   276        Tuesdays and Fridays. Curbside recycling starts 7 a.m. on       Long-Term Designated Parking Areas
   Shuffleboard                                   269        Fridays. Recyclables, including glass and plastic bottles,          •	 South Gate Parking Lot
   Tennis                                         295        metal cans and newspapers may be taken to the green                 •	 Lakeside Schoolhouse off Maple Avenue
 Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome                          dumpster at the top of Maple Avenue, across from the                •	 Wesley Lodge
 Center (Visitors Bureau):                                   South Gate Parking Lot.                                             •	 Train Station
   General Number: (419) 734-4386                                                                                                •	 Water Plant Site (Laurel Avenue and Sixth Street)
                                                             Severe Weather Procedures
   Toll Free: (800) 441-1271                                                                                                     •	 Athletic Park (Sixth Street at Laurel and Plum)
                                                                In the case of threatening weather, please seek shelter
   770 SE Catawba Street, Route 53                                                                                               •	 Danbury High School (free parking, but cars
                                                             at the Central Park restrooms, Campground restrooms,
   Port Clinton, Ohio 43452                                                                                                           must be registered at Hoover Auditorium, off the
                                                             Wesley Lodge, Wo-Ho-Mis, Pavilion restrooms, Lower
   Monday-Friday                   8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                                   grounds, no shuttle service). Note: There will be
                                                             Pavilion Room, Sailing Center off the beach, Hoover rest-
   Saturday                        9 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                                      construction in the North parking lot. Parking
                                                             rooms, Fountain Inn restrooms, lobby and hallways. If the
   Sunday                          10 a.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                     permitted near the fence by the football field.
                                                             emergency sirens sound, the Lakeside United Methodist
                                                                                                                             Short-Term Designated Parking (three hours or less)
                                                             Church will be open for shelter.
                        Hours                                                                                                    •	 Lot at Cedar Avenue and Third Street
                                                             Tobacco                                                             •	 Lot at Central Avenue and Fourth Street (non-
Lakeside Association Office
                                                               In 2009, the Lakeside Association implemented a                        reserved spots only)
  Monday-Friday                        8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  Saturday                             9 a.m.-1 p.m.
                                                             No Smoking Policy for its full-time and seasonal em-                •	 Outside Fifth Street Gate (free)
                                                             ployees. Smoking is prohibited in all public spaces,            Please be considerate of cottage owners by not parking
Hoover Ticket Office                                         including entrances of all Lakeside-owned buildings             on their grass and/or landscaped yards, and respect all
  Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 7:30-8:30 p.m.
                                                             and surrounding areas.                                          reserved parking spaces.
  Sunday                          2-4 p.m.
  Daily                                7 a.m.-11 p.m.
                                                                                              Frequently Asked Questions
                                                             Where can I receive emergency medical care,                    Where do I return my library books?
Mack Mobile                                                  as well as minor treatment for injuries and                       Library books from the Lakeside Methodist Church
   Daily                               7 a.m.-11 p.m.        illnesses?
The Mack Mobile, donated in memory of Franklin and                                                                          Library, the Lakeside Women’s Club Library and the
Helen Mack, accommodates residents and guests who                Emergency medical care is available at Magruder            Port Clinton Ida Rupp Library may be returned to the
need door-to-door assistance. Call (419) 341-8247 to reach   Hospital. Magruder Hospital is located at 615 Fulton           library drop box in the parking lot at Central Avenue
the Mack Mobile driver.                                      Street in Port Clinton, which is approximately a               and Fourth Street.
Quiet Hours                                                  15-minute drive from Lakeside. A NOMS Healthcare
                                                             Urgent Care Center is also available in Sandusky at            Where is the prayer board?
Noise or conduct of any kind that might disturb sleep is
not permitted in Lakeside between the hours of 11 p.m.-      2500 W. Strub Rd. Call (419) 502-5911 for information.             The prayer board is located in the Walnut Avenue
8 a.m. Sunday-Friday and 11:30 p.m. (Saturday)-noon                                                                         courtyard next to the Lakeside Association Office and
                                                             Where are the public restrooms?                                is available to receive prayer requests, which are lifted
                                                                Public restrooms are located at the Pavilion, Central       before God each Thursday at the weekly “Breakfast
Lakeside Laundromat                                          Park at the Shuffleboard Courts, Hoover Auditorium,
Located at Sycamore Avenue and Second Street.
                                                                                                                            with the Chaplain” program.
                                                             Fountain Inn Lobby and the Hotel Lakeside Lobby.
  Daily                             8 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                           Where can I apply for a job?
Lakeside United Methodist Church                             What does my gate fee pay for?                                    Contact the Human Resources Administrator, Kim
  Worship Service              9 a.m.                           Lakeside’s programming is possible only through             Bolden, at (419) 798-4461, ext. 252 or employment@
  Library Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.                the philanthropic support of its patrons. Gate pass            lakesideohio.com.
Lakeside Women’s Club Library                                revenue covers only a fraction of the cost of presenting
Anyone at Lakeside may check out books from the Lake-        Lakeside programs each summer. The gate pass grants            Is there access to a copier and fax machine?
side Women’s Club Library at Green Gables, 161 Walnut        access to Hoover Auditorium live entertainment,                   These resources are available at the Association
Avenue.                                                      educational seminars, children and youth ministry              Office for a charge.
   Monday-Wednesday, Friday         1-4 p.m.                 programs, swimming off the dock, parks and picnic
   Saturday                         9-11 a.m.                                                                               Where is the nearest post office?
                                                             areas, among numerous other activities.
                                                                                                                              The address of the local post office is 1306 West
                                                             Where is the nearest ATM?                                      Main Street, Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio 43440.
                                                               A Huntington Bank ATM is located inside the                  Postage stamps are also available at the Lakeside
                                                             Maple Avenue entrance of the Fountain Inn.                     Association Office, 236 Walnut Ave.
                                                             Does Lakeside provide shuttle service?                         Where is the nearest movie theater?
                                                                The free shuttle runs a route from the South Gate             Orchestra Hall is located at the corner of Walnut
                                                             Parking Lot, to Hotel Lakeside and the Fountain Inn, to        Avenue and Second Street. It features two movies
                                                             Hoover Auditorium and back to the South Gate Parking           weekly.
                                                             Lot. The shuttles run from 7 a.m.-11 p.m. every day
                                                                                                                            Where can I find Wi-Fi internet?
                                                             until Labor Day. There is no need to call for a shuttle,
                                                             simply go to one of the stops and catch a shuttle as it           The Lakeside Laundromat and Coffee and Cream
                                                             makes its rounds.                                              provide public Wi-Fi for their patrons. Wi-Fi is also
                                                                                                                            available at Hotel Lakeside and Fountain Inn for guests
                                                             Is there a lost and found?                                     of the hotels only. Wesley Lodge, Wo-Ho-Mis and
                                                                Items found throughout the community should                 Lakeside Dorm have Wi-Fi available to people who
                                                             be returned to, and retrieved from the Lakeside                rent these facilities.
                                                             Association Office, 236 Walnut Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                  Aug. 14, 2010

   p.                                                                                              This Week in Lakeside
                                                                                            8-9 a.m.            Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room
Saturday, Aug. 14                                                                           8:30 a.m.           Herb Study: Borage -- Train Station
8:30 a.m.            Lakesider Delivery -- Association Office                               8:30-9:30 a.m.      Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*
9:30 a.m.            Storytime for Kids -- Green Gables                                     9 a.m.              God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple
1-5 p.m.             Gladiolus Exhibition and Competition -- Hoover Aud. Lobby              9-11 a.m.           Doubles and Donuts -- Williams Tennis Campus
3:30 p.m.            The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby                         9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
8 p.m.               The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           9:30-11:30 a.m.     Open Swim -- Danbury Pool
8:15 p.m.            Lakeside Symphony Orchestra -- Hoover Aud.                             9:30 a.m.-noon      Bridge -- Green Gables
                                                                                            10 a.m.             God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple
Sunday, Aug. 15                                                                             10:30 a.m.          Historic Walking Tour of Central Lakeside -- Heritage Hall
8:30 a.m.            Dockside Service -- East Pavilion Deck                                 10:30 a.m.          Seminar: Celebrity Ethics -- Green Room
9 a.m.               Worship Service -- Lakeside United Methodist Church                    10:30-11:10 a.m.    Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple
10:30 a.m.           Community Worship -- Hoover Aud.                                       11 a.m.             Capture the Flag -- Central Park Basketball Courts
10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.    Sunday Brunch -- Hotel Lakeside Dining Room*                           11:15 a.m.          Tigger Tag -- Central Park
noon-5 p.m.          Gladiolus Exhibition and Competition -- Hoover Aud. Lobby              11:15 a.m.-noon     Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple
1-3 p.m.             Open House and Class Registration -- Rhein Center*                     1 p.m.              Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck
2 p.m.               Heritage Society Lecture -- Green Room                                 1-1:30 p.m.         Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus
2-4 p.m.             Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby                         1:30 p.m.           Seminar: John Stepan Zamecnik -- Green Room
2:30-4:30 p.m.       Kids Setting Sail -- LSC                                               1:30-2 p.m.         Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
3:30 p.m.            The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           2:10-2:50 p.m.      Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
5 p.m.               LWBS Wooden Boat Cruises -- Pavilion                                   3-4 p.m.            Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus
6 p.m.               The Unexpected Party -- Steele Memorial Bandstand                      3:30 p.m.           LESS Environmental Seminar -- Green Room
8 p.m.               The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           3:30 p.m.           The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
8:15 p.m.            Teen Dock Hour (ages 13-17) -- Dock                                    5:30 p.m.           Family Picnic -- Perry Park*
                                                                                            7:15 p.m.           Evening Praise -- East Pavilion Deck
Monday, Aug. 16                                                                             7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool                                               8 p.m.              The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
8 a.m.               Ford Rouge Plant Tour -- Otterbein North Shore*                        8:15 p.m.           Tingstad & Rumbel -- Hoover Aud.
8-9 a.m.             Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*                                        Thursday, Aug. 19
9-10 a.m.            Junior Naturalist Program (ages 9-12) -- Train Station                 7:15-8:15 a.m.      Experienced Yoga -- Upper Room
9-11 a.m.            Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*                                 7:30 a.m.           Breakfast with the Chaplain -- Aigler Room*
9:15 a.m.            Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall                                      8:30-9:30 a.m.      Basic Yoga -- Upper Room
9:30-10 a.m.         Swimming Lessons -- Dock                                               8:45 a.m.           Lakeside Draw Doubles Tournament -- Shuffleboard*
9:30-11:30 a.m.      Open Swim -- Danbury Pool                                              9 a.m.              God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple
10 a.m.-noon         Book Sale -- Lakeside United Methodist Church                          9-11 a.m.           Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*
10:30 a.m.           Documentary: “Mapping Stem Cell Research” -- Green Room                9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
11:15 a.m.           Bailey Bike Safety Tips and Parade -- Bradley Temple                   9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
1 p.m.               Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck                                 10 a.m.             God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple
1-1:30 p.m.          Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus                      10:30 a.m.          Seminar: Hollywood Storytelling -- Green Room
1:30 p.m.            LWC Book Discussion: “Dreams From My Father” -- Green Gables           10:30 a.m.          Werden Walking Tour -- Heritage Hall
1:30 p.m.            Seminar: Amy Beach with Thomas Lloyd -- Green Room                     10:30-11:10 a.m.    Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple
1:30-2 p.m.          Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                       10:30-11:45 a.m.    Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
2:10-2:50 p.m.       Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                         10:30 a.m.-noon     SuperSail Pond Boat Classes (grades 4-6) -- Central Park Tent*
3-4 p.m.             Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus                          11 a.m.             Kickball -- Central Park Basketball Courts
3:30 p.m.            Financial Planning + Generosity Seminar -- Aigler Room                 11:15 a.m.          101 Dalmatians Bone Hunt -- Central Park
3:30 p.m.            The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           11:15 a.m.-noon     Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple
3:30 p.m.            Seminar: Saint David, Beacon of Wales -- Green Room                    1-1:30 p.m.         Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus
7:15 p.m.            Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room                                  1:30 p.m.           Seminar: African-American Women Composers -- Green Room
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby                         1:30-2 p.m.         Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
8 p.m.               The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           1:30-3 p.m.         SuperSail Pond Boat Classes (grades 4-6) -- Central Park Tent*
8:15 p.m.            Hoover Movie Night: “To Sir With Love” -- Hoover Aud.                  1:30-4 p.m.         Bridge -- Green Gables
                                                                                            2-5 p.m.            Miniature Golf Tournament -- Miniature Golf Course
Tuesday, Aug. 17                                                                            2:10-2:50 p.m.      Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
7:15-8:15 a.m.       Experienced Yoga -- Upper Room                                         3-4 p.m.            Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool                                               3:30 p.m.           Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
8:30 a.m.            LESS Adult Bike Club Ride -- South Auditorium                          3:30 p.m.           Meet-the-Author: Carol L. Sayles -- Green Room
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Basic Yoga -- Upper Room                                               3:30-4:45 p.m.      Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*                                        4-5 p.m.            Chautauqua Choir Rehearsal -- Lakeside UMC Sanctuary
9 a.m.               God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple                                 7:15 p.m.           Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room
9-10 a.m.            Shuffleboard Lessons -- Shuffleboard                                   7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby
9-10:30              Pond Boat Building (grades K-3) -- Central Park Tent*                  8 p.m.              Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
9-11 a.m.            Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*                                 8:15 p.m.           “The Songs of Johnny Mercer: Our Huckleberry Friend” -- Hoover Aud.
9 a.m.-noon          Farmers’ Market -- Walnut Avenue
9:15 a.m.            Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall                                      Friday, Aug. 20
9:30-10 a.m.         Swimming Lessons -- Dock                                               8-9 a.m.            Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room
9:30-11:30 a.m.      Open Swim -- Danbury Pool                                              9 a.m.-noon         Farmers’ Market -- Walnut Avenue
10 a.m.              God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple                                 9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
10:30 a.m.           Seminar: Cloning, Stem-Cells and Immortality -- Green Room             9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
10:30-11:10 a.m.     Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple                            10:30 a.m.          Guided Tree Walk -- Pavilion
10:30-11:45 a.m.     Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*                               10:30 a.m.          Seminar: Hollywood Storytellers -- Green Room
11 a.m.              Shuffleboard or Dodgeball -- Central Park Basketball Courts            10:30-11:45 a.m.    Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.   Pond Boat Building (grades K-3) -- Central Park Tent*                  10:30 a.m.-noon     Grief Support Group -- Train Station
11:15 a.m.           Prince Naveen’s Swamp Exploration -- Central Park                      11 a.m.             Scavenger Hunt -- Central Park Basketball Courts
11:15 a.m.-noon      Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple                                11 a.m.             Live Kids’ Music Performance -- Bradley Temple
noon                 Love, Lakeside -- Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation                       11:15 a.m.          Little Mermaid Marathon -- Central Park
noon                 LWC Luncheon -- Wesley Lodge*                                          1 p.m.              Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck
12:45 p.m.           LWC Program: Portrayal of Beatrix Potter -- Wesley Lodge               1:15-2:30 p.m.      Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
1-1:30 p.m.          Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus                      1:30 p.m.           Seminar: Conversation with the Composer -- Green Room
1:30 p.m.            LWC Business Meeting -- Green Gables                                   1:30 p.m.           LWC Book Review: “Have a Little Faith” -- Green Gables
1:30 p.m.            Seminar: Charles Ives -- Green Room                                    2-4 p.m.            Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby
1:30-2 p.m.          Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                       3 p.m.              Foreign Affairs Forum -- Aigler Room
2-4 p.m.             Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby                         3:30 p.m.           Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
2:10-2:50 p.m.       Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                         7-8 p.m.            Symphony Pre-Concert Talk -- Green Room
3-4 p.m.             Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus                          7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby
3:30 p.m.            Wellness Seminar -- Green Room                                         8 p.m.              Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
3:30 p.m.            The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           8:15 p.m.           Lakeside Symphony Orchestra Closing Night -- Hoover Aud.
3:30-4:45 p.m.       Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
7-8 p.m.             Symphony Pre-Concert Talk -- Green Room                                Saturday, Aug. 21
7:15 p.m.            Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room                                  8:30 a.m.           Lakesider Delivery -- Association Office
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby                         9 a.m.-11 p.m.      Military Appreciation Day
8 p.m.               The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*                           9:30 a.m.           Storytime for Kids -- Green Gables
8:15 p.m.            Lakeside Symphony Orchestra Concert -- Hoover Aud.                     3:30 p.m.           Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
8:30 p.m.            Miniature Golf Under the Stars (ages 13-17) -- Miniature Golf Course   7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Aud. Lobby
                                                                                            8 p.m.              Inception -- Orchestra Hall*
Wednesday, Aug. 18                                                                          8:15 p.m.           Steve Lippia “Simply Sinatra” -- Hoover Aud.
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool

                     *Please refer to announcements and articles found inside the Lakesider regarding these events since a charge is involved.
                                                                                                                                                     Aug. 14, 2010

                                                                                      Chautauqua Scrapboo
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                                                                               	                  Chautauqua (shuh-taw-kwuh) is an educational
                                                                               gathering, originating as an American movement in the late 1800s, provid-
                                                                            ing public lectures, religious programs and concerts during the summer months.

                                                                     (Left) - Dominick Tyler (5) works on his balloon-powered jet boat on Aug. 10. The
                                                                     class also held a celebration for building the 1,000th pond boat that day. The chil-
                                                                     dren enjoyed cake and lemonade while awards were given out to the adults who had
                                                                     volunteered with the class.

                                                                     (Above left) - Participants complete in the 33rd Annual Lakeside Sailing Regatta on
                                                                     Aug. 7-8. Photo by Glen Becker.

                                                                     (Above right) - Lanterns and lights illuminate the Lakeside community during the An-
                                                                     nual Light Up Lakeside Weekend, which was held Aug. 6-9.
(Right) - Rabbi Leah
Herz stands in front
of the Torah dur-
ing her “Torah Text
Twins and Triplets:
Identical or Frater-
nal?” seminar. Rab-
bi Herz was one of
the presenters for
Interfaith Week.

                                                                                                                                         (Above) - Lakeside chil-
                                                                                                                                         dren gather at the Asso-
                                                                                                                                         ciation Office on Aug. 7
                                                                                                                                         to deliver the Lakesider

                                                                                                                                         (Left) - The Chautauqua
                                                                                                                                         Chorale, under the direc-
                                                                                                                                         tion of Craig Dieterich,
                                                                                                                                         performs in Hoover Au-
                                                                                                                                         ditorium on Aug. 10.
(Above) - Violinist Benjamin Lloyd       (Above) - The Spinners perform
and harpist Katherine Bracy play         “The Rubberband Man” in Hoover
during the Lakeside Candelight           Auditorium on Aug. 7
Symphony Showcase on Aug. 9.

                       What would your perfect day in Lakeside consist of?

 “A rehearsal with the orchestra, sit-   “It’s always very busy. I’m here with   “Doing everything. Rhein Center            “Swimming, ice cream, donuts and
 ting on the dock, taking a seminar      my grandkids, so we have to do putt     classes, having lunch with my friends,     riding bikes.”
 and eating with my friends.”            putt and kayaking. It’s a great place   laying on the dock, catching rays, bik-
                                         for a lot of activity.”                 ing and ice cream at sunset.               -- Holly (10) and Emily (6) Liptak
 -- Lisa Watkins                                                                                                            Green, Ohio
 Lincoln, Neb.                           -- Howard Cook                          -- Liz Rothenbusch
                                         Valley City, Ohio                       Cleveland, Ohio

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