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Beacon Archive

April 2003
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St. Patrick’s Day Festivities in front of the Shamrock

News from the Beaver Island Wildlife Club

Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year

Chili Cook-off a Big Success

Plans afoot for a Community Walk

Talking Threads Quilt on Display at McDonough’s Market

Rural Arts and Culture Grant Update

Melvin Snags a Record Pike

Patrick Cull makes the State GeoBee

Two Beaver Island School Board Seats up for Reelection

Awarding the Bid for the New Beaver Island Health Center

How the BIRHC Board determined the need for a new Facility

On This Date Beaver

Island Peace Vigil; AmVets put up Flags on Main Street

Partnership Project Holds Meetings

A Phenomenon Made of Ice

News from the Townships & the Township Annual Meetings

Fire Department Acquires New Thermal Imaging Equipment

Deerwood - The world's finest B&B

Snow Sleuth

A fine time on Arranmore

One Hundred Years Ago

BIBCO & BITA Negotiations may be Nearing Resolution

Mary Minor 1932-2003

Charles Dunlevy 1915-2003

Weather or Not

Charlevoix County Commissioners Meetings

Beaver Island's Egg Lake Bog

Land Swap

Peaine Offered Property

Classified Ads

Chamber of Commerce “Citizen of the Year” Banquet

Tickets have been selling quickly for the Chamber of Commerce's 2nd annual “Citizen of the Year” Banquet, to be held April 12th at the Shamrock starting at 6:00 p.m. Seating has to be limited to 100, although one rumor had it that for half-price people can stand outside on the stoop and holler support through the door. After the presentation, Donna Stampfler, Marketing and Media Director for the West Michigan Tourist Association, will present her very popular slide show about Great Lakes haunted lighthouses–this alone is worth the price of admission. Contact the Chamber at (231) 448 - 2505


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