Month: July 2018

Choose Radiant Windows and Radiant Remodeling

Staff Blogger: Mallory Glenn, Advancement and Communications Intern Are you looking to renovate your home? If so, look no further than Radiant Windows and Radiant Remodeling based out of Oak Harbor, Ohio. Radiant Windows and Radiant Remodeling are locally owned, faith based businesses that are accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The businesses stem […]

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Sunday Spotlight: 2018 Recreation Intern

Name: Kristopher Glover Hometown: Chicago, IL College: Xavier University Major: Sports Management How did you hear about Lakeside, or what is your Lakeside story? I got a random email from my school’s career office and applied for the job. What are you most looking forward to this summer at Lakeside? I am really looking forward […]

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Preacher of the Week: Bishop Sally Dyck

Bishop Sally Dyck will serve as Lakeside’s Preacher of the Week from July 29-Aug. 2. This week is supported by the Rev. Ruth C. Shannon Endowment. She will preach at the Hoover Community Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, July 29 in Hoover Auditorium. Having grown up on a farm in rural Washington state and […]

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Reflecting on Seven Years at Lakeside Chautauqua

Staff Blogger: The Rev. Dr. Ned Dewire, Director of Religious Life & Church Outreach At the end of the summer, I will retire from my position as the Director of Religious Life & Church Outreach. This is a bittersweet moment for me. Lakeside has graciously received my wife Shirley and me, and we have come […]

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The Wesley Communities: The Ideal Fit for a Lakesider

Staff Blogger: Mallory Glenn, Advancement and Communications Intern People choose The Wesley Communities for the same reason that people choose Lakeside: the faith, kindhearted community and multifaceted focus on wellness. The Wesley Communities is a nonprofit organization that provides high-quality housing, healthcare and services for older adults in central Ohio. They manage three continuing care […]

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Encountering brief & beautiful stories on the job

Staff Blogger: Danielle Zoellner, Photography/Videography Intern I met Maple Woods while photographing her next to a plant because I liked the colors. She caught me, I apologized and we laughed it off. We made small talk about photography, dogs, and some other things I can’t remember. I told her I really liked her outfit; it […]

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Les Cunningham Day of Caring

Staff Blogger: Mallory Glenn, Advancement and Communications Intern Whether they knew him as the Mayor of Lakeside, the happy man on the three-wheeled bike or the man with the clipboard; the patriotic dock singer, the leader of God Squad’s children’s procession, or the doorman at the Kite Shop, everyone knew Les Cunningham. Les was a […]

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Sunday Spotlight: 2018 Print/Visual Communications Interns

Name: Molly Chacey Hometown: Mount Vernon, OH College: Bowling Green State University Major: Visual Communications Technology How did you hear about Lakeside, or what is your Lakeside story? I heard about Lakeside from Sammi at school. Once I mentioned Lakeside to my family and friends, all of a sudden everyone knew about Lakeside. What are […]

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Marblehead Bank: Small but Mighty

Staff Blogger: Mallory Glenn, Advancement and Communications Intern In an age where big banks dominate the financial industry, Marblehead Bank is a brave, shining exception, managing not just to survive, but to thrive. Marblehead Bank does not take a one-size-fits-all approach to its customers, but instead strategically designs its services to meet their customers’ particular […]

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Sunday Spotlight: 2018 Conference & Event Planning Intern

Name: Natalie Swift Hometown: Wooster, OH College: University of Findlay Major/Minor: Marketing/Event Management How did you hear about Lakeside, or what is your Lakeside story? I heard about internship opportunities at Lakeside through a professor who forwarded me the information. I had never heard of it until I secured a position and then multiple groups […]

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