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 >>>
The engraved bricks were installed by the subcontractors in the commemorative walk and overseen by members of the Historical Association. The bricks continue to be available. New bricks purchased will be installed sometime after this initial installation. Purchase a Commemorative Brick on the Donor Paver Walk >>>
SOUTH HAVEN — The historic lighthouse that has been a beacon along the Lake Michigan shore at South Haven for more than a century has been assured a lasting life. The Historical Association of South Haven (HASH) is announcing the successful completion of a fundraising initiative which sought $300,000 to finance restoration of the 112-year-old […]
New pics from Tom Renner documenting the lighthouse restoration. Add your name and message with your personalized brick on the walkway to the Light. Get your Personalized Commemorative Brick >>>
HASH has started restoration work on the lighthouse. View the pictures below from Tom Renner of what’s happening now. If you would like to help “Save the Light”, purchase a Personalized Commemorative Brick >>>
Watch this video by Dick Brunvand, photos by Tom Renner, and an interview with Ed Appleyard on the progress of the Save the Light Campaign.
Events, fundraising drives, more events, and fun, fun, fun. That’s the summer of 2015 for you, hopefully to be known as the summer we saved the lighthouse! Help Us Save the Lighthouse Purchase your Personalized Commemorative Bricks to help save the lighthouse and get your name on the Donor Paver Walk. Purchase your Personalized Commemorative […]