An exhibit of photos of the lighthouse renovation taken by Tom Renner has been mounted in the Lighthouse Gallery. Come and see all the work they did on the light.
Mary Pierce was the first white woman to settle in Geneva Township, Michigan. Her story is told in this Readers Theater play "Letters from the Frontier" written by Elaine Fluck and preformed by the Silver Bag Ladies at Hartman School, the home of the … [Continue reading]
Watch the lighthouse dedication ceremony in a video by Richard Brunvand. It gives a real sense of the day we dedicated the lighthouse, July 19, and the lighthouse history and renovation. The lighthouse dedication ceremony was a fitting … [Continue reading]
A $5,000 contribution from Rotary to the Historical Association of South Haven (HASH) will help safeguard a community landmark and its treasures. The Rotary grant, $2,500 from the Rotary Club of South Haven which has been matched by its District … [Continue reading]
The lighthouse Dedication Ceremony, that took place on July 19, was a resounding success. A good time had by all and the weather very much cooperated to make a lovely event. The event began with the serving of cookies shaped like lighthouses … [Continue reading]
Contributions from members of Women Who Care of South Haven will help safeguard a community landmark and its treasures. The organization has presented $6,800 to the Historical Association of South Haven in support of the installation of a fire … [Continue reading]
The City Council on Monday night adopted Proclamations recognizing Jim Ollgaard and Ed Appleyard for their lifelong community service, including their commitment to the Historical Association of South Haven. Jim and Ed's Proclamation … [Continue reading]