August 2019 News

​​​​​​​​​​​​Next Meeting: Monday September 16th 7:30 p.m. - "The Moss Family"
Bob Moss will present history of the Moss Family.  Program is open to the public, free of charge. It is at Station Five, Conneaut Lake Park Fire Hall, which is smoke-free and handicapped accessible. ​

Golf Tournament
Our inaugural golf tournament was a great success -- despite the rainy weather that day. We had 76 golfers and lots of fun and fellowship. Congratulations to Dave White and his committee for their hard work and to Oakland Golf Course for hosting us! 

It was a great financial success as well thanks to the following sponsors and/or donors: Gold ($1,000) Terry and Monette Littlepage, Steve and Hilda White, Col. (Ret) David and Jan White, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moss and Jim and Patty Miller (Tierra Visit Properties.) Silver: ($500) Depalrma Frye and Associates Merrill Lynch, Bank of America ("T") and Bob and Kathy Moss.

Bronze: $100: Marie and Clark Pettibon, Jeff and Kathy Cooper, Scooters at Pymatuning Lake, Richard Astor, Channellock, Karen Jablonski, Shipton's Carpeting (Lynn Thurber), Kathy Dunton and Bush Investment Group.
Tee/Hole Sponsors ($50); Karen Jablonski, Scooters at Pymatuning Lake, Cindy Miccle, Phil KEan, John and Martha Lauffer, One Federal Credit Union, Tom and Mary Jane Donegan, Anne and Bronson Luty (by Julia Catalano) Team Lake Road Auto Sales, Marquette Bank, Kevin and Barb White and family, Susan Kesler (in memory of Vern oand Joan Kesler), Lakeside Beer Distributors, Jean Groce, Chilson's Home Furnishings, Bush Investment Group, Lake Road Marina, Sheetz, Conneaut Lake Rea Historical Society, Oakland Beach Golf Course, Vita Family Medicine, Mary Kay Cosmetics,  Conneaut Lake Notary, Shipton's Carpet, Channellock, DePalma,, Frye and Associates Merrill Lynch and Sherry Beverages.

Many people donated gift baskets which were raffled. Donors were: History of Gettysburg, Col. (Ret.) David White; Auto Car Care, Col. (Ret.) David White; Boating care, Lake Road Mariina; Sheetz basket, Sheetz Corp.; History of Conneaut Lake, Conneaut Lake Area Historical Society; Beauty care, Karen Jablonski, egan Jablonski and Dr. Jen Boudreau; Golf, Oakland Beach Golf Course; Sweet Memories of Herhey, Col. (Ret.) David White; Timberland Floral, Rocco Tedesco; Dickson Funeral Home and Creamation Center, Rocco Tedesco; plus many miscellaneous baskets.

Miscellaneous donations were from: Zatsick's Golden Dawn, Miller's Food Factory, Harry Doutt ($250 for first place winning team); Cathy and Richard Unger, Conneaut Cellars Winery, Hank's Frozen Custard, Wal-Mart, Douglas and Associates (golf balls and umbrella); Rodger Nydes, Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau; Conneaut Lake Notary, Balladonas Hair Salon, Cannon's Rib and Steak House and Sherry Beverages.

We thank all those who donated, volunteered their time or played golf! It is much appreciated.

Summer is over
Summer is over and as fall draws near, we will be closing the museum after Pumpkin Fest. We have received a $5,000 grant from the Dietrich Foundation and will begin working on converting the museum lighting to LED for more efficiency as well as better light. The work will start after we close the museum for the season, but you can go online and buy gifts in our gift shop or call Jane Smith at 814-337-6377.

Upcoming Programs
Sept.16:  Moss Brothers Lumber Co
Oct 21: Hotels in Conneaut Lake Borough
Nov 18: The Orphan Trains.

All are at Station 5 at 7:30 p.m.and open to the public, free  of charge.