The morning started out much like yesterday with clouds and wind. The weather hasn’t kept visitors away from Fishtown and for that matter the rest of Leland. Unfortunate for those who have rented space for the week, it’s been a bad weather one. The forecast is for warming up and partly cloudy the next 5 days.
The morning started out much better than what the day became. It was a rainy day in Leland Town. To all subscribers: You may have noticed new advertisements on the left side column. Although I’ve resisted selling ad space for many years, it is going to help our bottom line and allow us to keep publishing the report. The… Read more »
Bishop Steven Raica of the Catholic Diocese of Gaylord celebrated the 125th birthday of St. Wenceslaus Church at 8:00 am mass this morning. The well attended mass posed for a picture and went on to breakfast with the Bishop and Rev. Tony Cureton who currently serves mass each Sunday at St. Wenc. as well as St. Kateri Tekakwitha in Peshawbetown… Read more »
One of my favorite piece’s of artwork hanging on my wall is an Ellie Golden Fishtown watercolor. Last night, the Old Art Building was host to a amazing exhibit of Ellie’s work in many mediums. The exhibit continues today and tomorrow. It’s no secret that Leland is an artist’s haven and we are very fortunate to have so many talented artists as our… Read more »
Maro Nook is up for sale. July 1960, I spent my first night in Leland here at Maro Nook as a newly engaged house guest. My wife’s father Remi Gits bought this beautiful home in the late thirties from Harry Harrison, who had bought it from Mrs. Maro (Allie). Harry Harrison owned Redpath Orchards and was the founder of… Read more »
Congratulations to this newly married couple exiting Fishtown as I arrived. The International Coffee Club of America, Leland Coffee Club, held it’s last sip this morning at the Leland Fire House. It’s next sip will be Monday morning at the Leland Lodge. The club was organized on March 4th, 1964 and has no by-laws, no officers, no dues and… Read more »