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“There is a place where our vanished days secretly gather.”
The name of that place is memory…”We shall always rejoice in our memories of Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie, boating, music, Nature’s splendor, our Cottage Cheese for the boys’ growing years, Pat Dailey’s Tavern at the Bay, the beloved ‘La Costa Plente’, moonlight, social joys, so many friends- here and gone, and countless, profound moments held close to our hearts forever…
Your acceptance, support and kindness color all our memories over these 40 years. Thank you.
“Gratitude can turn even the common days into Thanksgiving.”
Truly, we Daileys give thanks daily for all that this island has been – past and present. We wish “HAPPY THANKSGIVING” to you all everyday!
Be well, have fun and thrive…
God Bless Put-in-Bay!
– Anne & Pat Dailey
Letter to the Editor
Please tell Listen to Larry he is preaching to the choir here regarding his Island Dress Code column in the September issue of the Put-in-Bay Gazette. I have to admit I’ve become that old lady making comments and laughing out loud when I see the ridiculous attire some of our visitors are wearing coming over on the ferry. I have said as well, that these “outfits” are only appropriate for resort wear, and some not even then (ok, maybe Hedonism…google that one ??) Tell him I will help design the t-shirts. Tell him I know someone who can produce them. Tell him I will be the first in line to buy one! Tell him I know someone who can make some signs we can post at the ferry dock. Tell him I know some nuns that would love to help, and my mother is that old school teacher that will stand there with a ruler. Tell him I want to be on the Committee for Good Taste, and I will assist in writing the new dress code. Tell him I am behind him 100%! Woo hoo! Go Larry, go! Oh, and can I have permission to post Larry’s article to that ridiculous Put-in-Bay uncensored (or whatever it’s called) Facebook page to help get the word out?
Lastly, tell Larry he can find me on my porch on Old Airline drinking coffee (or another beverage depending on the time of day) to discuss further ??
Scott Pugh and Family
Dear Island Community,
We would like to extend the most heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you for the generosity and sympathy you have shown our family both while Scott was going through treatment and after his passing. We have always known what an amazing community we are living in and we are grateful for that now more than ever. From meals, to help with transportation help, prescription pick-ups, and much more, we could not have given him the best without your help. We are truly blessed to live amongst such amazing individuals and families who all come together when people are in need. The cards and kind words about Scott and our family have been so touching to read and we are so grateful for each one. In each way, you have helped our family we are so thankful. We grieve a little easier knowing that the island will help keep Scott’s name and memories alive forever and for that, we are eternally blessed.
All Our Love,
Kim, Madeline, Carter, Mary, and Extended Family
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