Spread the Lakeside Love on Valentine’s Day!

Did you LOVE our Valentine’s Day T-shirt appeal last year? Just like last year, you can show your love by purchasing a $25 Lakeside T-shirt ($15 for youth) – and an extra one for your special valentine! All proceeds benefit the Lakeside Annual Fund. By purchasing this special Lakeside T-shirt, you’re not only supporting Lakeside, but spreading your love of Lakeside every day you wear it.

To order, visit bonfire.com/lakeside-love-today. Orders will be accepted until January 27, while supplies last. Through Bonfire, you can ship the T-shirt directly to your home or to your valentine. Please note that the recipient may not be able to see where it came from, so make sure to let your valentine know it was you that thought of them.

All orders will ship within three weeks of the campaign, closing on Wednesday, Jan. 27. International orders may take up to 21 business days.

For questions, contact the Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation at (419) 798-4461, ext. 246 or advancement@lakesideohio.com.

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