October 2019 News
Next Meeting: Monday November 18th 7:30 p.m. - "The Orphan Train History and Its Connection to Conneaut Lake."
Jean Shanley talks about the nationwide Orphan Train movement, which brought a well-known Conneaut Lake resident to live in Conneaut Lake. 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.
Our annual Christmas dinner is Dec. 16 at the Iroquois Club. It is open to members only and their guests.
Menu choices are: stuffed chicken breast, Applewood seasoned pork tenderloin or Mediterrane sole, broiled sole topped with Mediterranean salsa finished with feta cheese and fresh basil. Meal also includes house salad, roasted red skins, roasted vegetable medley, rolls, coffee, tea or iced tea and sundae.
Cost is $22.50 and must be paid in advance.
Contact Jean Shanley at 337-6377 by Dec. 3 to make reservations.
New Gift Items
We have two new gift items available at Pumpkin Fest.
The first is a ceramic mug with the inscription Conneaut Lake..where memories last a lifetime...$5.
The second is a set (actually six different sets) of ceramic tile coasters with scenes from Conneaut Lake past and present. Cos tis $8 per set. Four coasters are in each set. Set 1: Hotels: Oakland Beach, Hotel Conneaut, Iroquois and Midway; Set 2: Barbara J, Liberty the Second, Pennsylvania and Red Wing (the ferry boat). Set 3: Around Conneaut Lake: Stable Pit and PUb, Ice House Park, Mama Bear's and the Beach Club; Set 4: Conneaut Lake Park, Blue Streak, Wild Mouse, Train and Kiddieland; Set 5: Temple of Music, Historical Society, Wayside Inn, Christmas Trees around the lake: Set 6; Conneaut Lake Park: Pony Track, Tumble Bug, Merry Go Round and Kiddieland Boats.
They also will be available at the museum and on-line.
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