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Beacon Archive

July 2003
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4th of July Festivities

BITA - BIBCO Reach an Agreement

Environmentally Sensitive Areas Ordinance on the Agenda

Vanishing Sturgeon

PABI's 1st Annual Goofy Golf Tournament

Rita Gillespie Memorial Blood Drive

Tara runs like the Wind

News from Beaver Island Hospice & Helping Hands

On This Date

Rutan Experimentals Fly-In at the Township Airport

Annual Firemen’s Picnic

Barry Pischner's New CD: Sailing On

The Island Welcomes New Sheriff Jim Campbell

The Bike Path: an Unqualified Success

Museum Week 2003 Schedule; Museums hold Open House

Some interesting occurrences at Meetings

A Solstice Celebration: The Second Annual High Tea

Whiskey Point Restoration; Rectory Auction

Camp Quality does Beaver Island

Charlevoix County Commission Meetings

Celebrating Flag Day

Charlie's Model A: on the way to the Shop

One Hundred Years Ago

The “Seven Sisters” Opens

BIRHC Board has Opening

Sunset Cruises available Once Again

Bob Hannon: 1950-2003

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Tara Runs Like the Wind

Tara Palmer was on Beaver Island in early June for a House Party to raise support for her up-coming Aids Marathon, which she will run in Chicago on October 1st.

The musical evening was held outside, and lasted until nearly dawn. Besides her talented family, Barry Pischner, Kevin White, Cindy Gillespie-Cushman, Jody and Stryder Crosswhite, Bill Markey, Danielle Cary, John McCafferty, and Cory Sowa helped keep the music flowing.

Tara has been training for this event since the snow left the Windy City. So far she's raised $1,200, which puts her at a third of her target amount; if she reaches it, she'll be eligible to run in the Dublin Marathon.

Contributions to this worthy cause should be in checks to the Aids Marathon and sent to the National Aids Marathon Program, 135 S. LaSalle Street, Dept 1506, Chicago 60674-1506. Include Tara's participant number, 0174, on the check.


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