Month: August 2019

Why is Lakeside Significant?

Guest Blogger: Trish Tomlinson, Historic Preservation & Design Review Board Member Lakeside became a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. “Lakeside is significant to the nation as the largest and most intact Camp Meeting/Chautauqua ground remaining in the U.S., which is still functioning according to its original organizational plan. It […]

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Stepping Back in Time: A Family-Friendly Lake Erie Getaway to Lakeside Chautauqua

Guest Blogger: Malini Swank-Lakes and Lattes blog When you think of an old-fashioned summer, what comes to mind? For me, it conjures up images of reading on the porch of a lake house, swimming in the lake, riding your bike to grab an ice cream cone, or fishing off the dock. But in today’s busy, […]

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Exploring Lakeside, Ohio

Guest Blogger: Tieka Ellis, Selective Potential blog To start off our first full day in Lakeside, Ohio… we tried to fit in as much as we possibly could! It was such a fun day. I’d relive it over again if I could! So we woke up at our hotel at Fountain Inn and walked over […]

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Rime Time Ice Pops joins Lakeside

Staff Blogger: Reilly Wright – Newspaper Publication Design Intern As this Lakeside summer keeps with its traditions of swimming, shuffleboard and sunburns, we welcome ice popsicles from Rime Time Curiously Crafted Pops into the mix. With offbeat flavors such as avocado, peanut butter & jelly, watermelon habanero and more, Rime Time’s offering of popsicles is […]

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120 Ottawa County youth and mentors visit Lakeside as part of United Way ‘Til Next Time program

Staff Blogger: Elizabeth Fantozzi- Marketing and Public Relations Manager On Aug. 8, individuals from the Ottawa County United Way’s ‘Til Next Time (TNT) program visited Lakeside to engage in the Chautauqua programming while investing quality time in the mentor/mentee relationships that TNT offers. The TNT Mentoring Program was developed to help create and support one-on-one […]

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Old Blue’s Lakehouse builds its local story

Staff Blogger: Courtney Davis – Mobile Software Application Intern Don’t let the name fool you, there’s nothing old about Old Blue’s Lakehouse in Marblehead. Between its collection of artisan goods, home décor, apparel and unique children’s toys, this boutique offers a fresh, exciting atmosphere where shoppers rarely leave emptyhanded. Owners Kyra and Les Kulin say […]

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Sypherds donates golf carts to Lakeside’s Security fleet

Staff Blogger: Courtney Davis, Mobile Software Application Intern Sypherd’s Cycles, Lakeside’s bicycle shop, has been in operation since 1976, making it one of the oldest businesses in the community. Floyd Sypherd and his son, Tim, are co-owners of the family business. The family’s decision to open a bicycle shop in Lakeside came from their original […]

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Darby & Greg Buehler’s Lakeside Legacy

Staff Blogger: Courtney Davis, Mobile Software Application Intern Darby and Greg Buehler recently became Lakeside homeowners in 2017, but they have a longtime connection to the Chautauqua community. Greg has been visiting since he was a child and later introduced Darby when they got married. “My mother, Shirley, has been coming to Lakeside since she […]

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The Front Porch Sunday Spotlight: 2019 App Intern

Meet the 2019 LLA App Intern, Courtney Davis: Name: Courtney Davis College: Ohio University Major/Minor: English/Journalism Hometown: Dayton, Ohio How did you hear about Lakeside, or what is your Lakeside story? A friend told me about Lakeside when I was a freshman in college and he always talked about how great it was. So I knew […]

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Dwight & Alice King Impact Lakeside’s Future

Staff Blogger: Molly McNamara, Marketing Intern For almost a lifetime, Dwight and Alice King have been a part of the Lakeside community. Dwight came to Lakeside at the age of 12 to begin construction on his parents’ cottage.  During the Great Depression, his parents did not smoke, but said that if they did, they would […]

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