Month: November 2015

Devotional: Advent

Guest Blogger: Larry Brown One of the things I’ve noticed about my connection to Lakeside is how every time I leave the grounds, after a week or a few days stay, I begin to think about when I will return. This says something about the relationship we have with this special place. Lakeside is more […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas

Staff Blogger: Alexandrea Stelzer, Director of Marketing With Christmas just around the corner, are you still searching for the perfect present? Why not give the gift of Lakeside? Take a look at our list of Lakeside gift ideas… Chautauqua Pass Certificates Share the Chautauqua experience with friends and family this holiday season. For more information […]

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Message from the President: Carroll Building Caught Fire

During the morning at 2 a.m., the Carroll building, where Sloopy’s Sports Café is located, caught fire. The fire started in the basement of the building and damaged the subfloor and joists under the kitchen. A hole was cut in the floor so that firefighters could access the fire in the basement and extinguish it […]

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Lakeside, an Unexplainable Sense of Happiness

Staff Blogger: Josh Hilgenberg, Journalism/Creative Writer Intern Lakeside is always giving to its guests, and teen Lakesider Olivia Moore has graciously volunteered to tell us about her own experience. The Moore family has been coming to Lakeside for 60 years. When she thinks about being a young Lakesider, she notes the opportunities that the community […]

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Teach Children about Giving Back on #GivingTuesday

Staff Blogger: Jessica Kidd, Director of Annual Giving As Lakeside Chautauqua joins #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving on December 1, 2015, we invite you to share the spirit of giving with your own children or grandchildren. Teaching a younger generation about the power of giving is as simple as showing them how in real […]

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The Perks of being a Young Lakesider

Staff Blogger: Josh Hilgenberg, Journalism/Creative Writer Intern Teens at Lakeside are a huge part of the experience, and it’s time to hear their stories. Alex Schuler, who has been coming to Lakeside with her family for 10 years, was generous to share her story with us. The Schulers stumbled upon Lakeside while vacationing at Bay […]

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Staff Thanksgiving Recipe: Pumpkin Roll

Staff Blogger: Rena Arter, Digital Communications Intern Thanksgiving is almost here, which means it’s time to start planning the side dishes and desserts to take to that family feast. A Pumpkin Roll is a popular Thanksgiving treat, and this recipe is sure to be a big hit! I found this recipe online and made it […]

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Lakeside Underground Paves the Way for #GivingTuesday Initiative

Staff Blogger: Jessica Kidd, Director of Annual Giving  This summer, many Lakesiders provided feedback to help plan for Lakeside’s future. They graciously participated in interviews, focus groups, community forums, surveys, presidential roundtable discussions and commented on social media, as well as on Lakeside’s blog, The Front Porch. Through these touchpoints, critical needs and opportunities were […]

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Did You Know Lakeside has a Lost & Found?

Staff Blogger: Rena Arter, Digital Communications Intern Where is Lakeside’s Lost & Found located? The Lost & Found is located at the Lakeside Chautauqua Administration Office at 236 Walnut Ave. Does each facility have its own Lost & Found? No, we ask that all facilities bring their lost and found items to the Lakeside Chautauqua Administration […]

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Old-Fashioned Baked Mac & Cheese

Staff Blogger: Rena Arter, Digital Communications Intern As the fall weather sets in, so do the nights of eating warm, comfort foods. This Old-Fashioned Baked Mac & Cheese recipe is my favorite and one that my parents have been cooking for years. As for where it comes from, that’s a mystery to me. It is […]

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