Month: July 2016

Sunday Spotlight: 2016 LLA Marketing and Photography Interns

Meet the 2016 LLA Marketing and Photography interns, Kelsey Pepa and Renée Poucher: Name: Kelsey Pepa School: Bowling Green State University-Firelands Major/Minor: Visual Communications Technology/Marketing Hometown: Marblehead, OH How did you hear about Lakeside, or what is your Lakeside story? I grew up in Marblehead and practically lived in Lakeside at my childhood best friend’s […]

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Preacher of the Week: Dr. Peter Rollins

Along our spiritual journey, we need to experience new thoughts and perspectives that challenge us to engage with God, join a dialogue about the Holy and learn new thoughts about worship from around the world. This is important in our Chautauqua experience. From July 31-Aug. 4, Dr. Peter Rollins will bring a different perspective to […]

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Summer Recipe: Broiled Pork Chops with Basil Butter & Summer Squash

This fresh entrée is perfect for any family dinner or backyard get-together with friends. The basil butter is the star of the dish, seasoning the pork and adding a rich flavor to the roasted squash. Most of the ingredients needed for this meal can be purchased at the Farmers’ Market right here in Lakeside. Here’s […]

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Week 6 Snapshots 2016

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The Seven Wonders of Lakeside

Staff Blogger: Molly Dorsey, Print/Visual Communications Intern Lakeside itself should be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Tucked away in a little known town in Ohio, it’s a small gem hidden on Lake Erie. Those who know about Lakeside feel sorry for those who don’t, and those who don’t, have no idea what […]

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A Walk Through Lakeside: Poplar Avenue

Staff Blogger: Alexis Oatman, Advancement/Communications Intern My walk begins at Poplar Avenue and Second Street near Perry Park. The water is calm as the light shines over the park as if angels were peering through the clouds. The sun is hot and beating, but the lake brings in a refreshing breeze over my skin. Perry […]

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Living Into Community: Promise-Keeping

According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of the word ‘Promise-Keeping’ is to pledge to do, bring about or provide. It’s a basis of trust. You can’t make a promise about something that you’re not in control of. Keeping our word is essential if you want to be a person of integrity. Dr. Christine Pohl, Associate […]

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“Do Your Kids Ever Catch YOU Reading?”

Guest Blogger: Laura Sassi, Author of Goodnight, Manger This summer, one of my favorite bloggers, Pragmatic Mom, www.pragmaticmom.com,will once again be running a wonderful challenge, entitled “Kids Caught in the Act of… Reading!” www.pragmaticmom.com/2016/06/summer-reading-programs/, and all summer parents will send in adorable pictures of kids caught in the wonderful act of … reading!

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Environmental Quality Roundtable: Great Minds of the Great Lakes

Staff Blogger: Josh Hilgenberg, Advancement/Communications Intern On July 9, Lakeside Chautauqua hosted an Environmental Water Quality Roundtable in response to last year’s destructive algal bloom, described as “off the charts” by Senator Rob Portman (on a scale of 1-10, the algae was a 10.5). In attendance were distinguished panelists who spoke on the progress and […]

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Living Into Community: Truthfulness

Staff Blogger: Alexis Oatman, Advancement/Communications Intern Being truthful is one of the most important traits someone can possess. To live truthfully, one must have a just mind and understand that without trust in every area of life, it lacks meaning. Dr. Christine Pohl, Associate Provost and Professor of Christian Ethics and Church Society at Asbury […]

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