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Beacon Archive

August 2002
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A Schooner Appears: the Sailing Vessel Denis Sullivan

The Water is Wide - Beaver Islanders still making a living off Lake Michigan

Beaver Island meets the Michigan Land Use Institute

The Good Ship Grande Mariner

The Amvets March On

The Arrival of the Camp Quality Kids

Money and space Challenge Rural Health

A Local Poet Steps Forward

Preserving the Whiskey Point Light

The Way it Was: Christadelphians inthe Woods

News from the Townships

What's New with Beaver Island Internet

Museum Week

The Mother of all Tugs

The Fourth of July

The Adventures of Gray Wolf

The Cull Reunion

Readers' Favorite Recipes

On This Date

Johann S. Bach comes to Beaver Island

The Community House
Project achieves Major Milestone

A Possible Partnership between PABI and the C of C

Weather or Not

New Owners Jeff and Bill Cashman

Classified Ads

Possible Partnership: PABI and the C of C

PABI President Judy Lanier appeared at a Chamber of Commerce meeting and proposed a partnership regarding the Community House's Welcome Center. On Beaver Island the Chamber plays a role similar to what it does in most communities, dispensing information to thousands of interested people who call, send an e-mail, or simply drop in when they arrive.

This promising course of action will be thoroughly discussed. Hopefully the Chamber will operate the Community House's Welcome Center.

Beaver Island publicity continues to snowball. Executive Director Steve West appeared once again on a talk radio show, as did Bill Cashman. Conde Nast Traveler discovered Beaver Island and gave its loyal readers a choice between going to Monaco in the south of France or coming here. Thanks to Jeff Cashman's graphics, both Great Lakes Boating and Lakeland Boating previewed the Island in extended feature articles in their recent issues.


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