4729 Walnut Road, Buckeye Lake, Ohio 43008.
The 2016 Bogtoberfest really rocked with The Paul Clark Party Band. Music and conversation made for a fun filled evening.
Local businesses and volunteers helped to make this another successful fund raiser, for the Buckeye Lake Historical Society Museum’s Cranberry Bog Project.
A Big Night 2015
December 1st was a big night for our very own J-me Braig! J-me was awarded the Tourism Partner of the Year Award by Explore Licking County at the Midland Theatre! This award is a very high honor that celebrates community leaders that create an IMPACT for tourism to our county! Well deserved J-me. Carol Thress, Explore Licking County
The Buckeye Lake Museum, in conjunction with the Buckeye Lake Library, hosted a Veterans Day Presentation focusing on WWII, Saturday, November 11th. The museum laid out a few of the WWII military uniforms it has for the public to view, some complete with all the medals and honors. The museum docent, Brenda, even dressed up in a Naval W.A.V.E.'s uniform.
Brenda Bellis, in a Naval W.A.V.E.'s uniform.
Cranberry Bog Cleanup 2016
It was a cool and windy April day when the cleanup crew arrived at the bog. Volunteers, called "Bog Buddies," keep the marsh healthy year around.
Chain saws cutting down trees, weedwhacking, pulling noxious weeds and tending to the Prothonotary Warbler nests, are typical chores.
"You" are invited to join in, call J-me: 740-929-1998.
Thank you Susan, Al, J-me, Mary and Brenda...
The Societies Museum is always closed in February for Maintenance and Display Changes. Shown here, in 2016 sorting and filing archival photos and articles are: Sonny, Marrianne, J-me, Donna, Mary, and Bob. Thanks members, for all your dedicated work.
Photos by Brenda.
A presentation was viewed about Ohio's WWII Veterans, with some stories being told by the servicemen. Afterwards, J-me Braig, Director and daughter of the founder, Donna Braig, read aloud some of the names of the BL men that went off to war during that time. Some had generations of servicemen and servicewomen. Then, J-me opened it up to everyone to tell their personal stories and many did. Stories from WWII and other conflicts like Korea, Viet Nam and the Cold War. Refreshments were served.
Local Flavors of Perry County 2015
Our Inland Tour 2015 was a Wonderful Success.
Hosted by Luann Cooperrider at her beautiful home.
Dinner by Chef Alfonzo. Organic food. Many entrees to choose from. Dessert provided by Weldon's Ice Cream.
Thank All of You who Participated
What's Happening around Buckeye Lake
Interpretive Signs Placed on the North Bank.
Graphic Designer Philip Vaughn displays the signs done for the Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society. They explain the history of the “Queen of the Lake” tour boats and the famous Cranberry Bog on Buckeye Lake.
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