COMMUNITY NEWS
STAFF TRANSITIONS
Michael Shirtz will be transitioning from the vice president of Programming on Labor Day to a new role developing creative arts and innovative education at Lakeside. He will work alongside Kip Greenhill, Charles Allen, and the Lakeside Programming team in continuing to enrich the Lakeside experience. With this transition Shirtz will return to the music industry and his work as a performer, composer, producer, and conductor. Shirtz joined Lakeside’s administration in fall of 2018 with the purpose of developing a performing arts institute. Due to leadership transitions, Shirtz became interim vice president for Programming, Marketing, and Advancement for much of his tenure, seeing the departments through several changeovers and leading programming through two years of operating during the pandemic. We are excited about this new role for Shirtz and the impact it will have on programming.
Rev. Dr. Charles Yoost will be joining the senior team in his new role as senior director of Religious Life & Pastoral Care. In his expanded role, Dr. Yoost will provide a pastoral presence to the leadership, focusing on staff care, as well as be involved with staff planning and development. Yoost joined the Lakeside team in fall of 2018 and has continually advanced the Religious Life pillar through new and diverse Preachers of the Week, workshops and seminars, and oversaw the introduction of new programs with youth and teens, spiritual direction, and connecting people virtually during the pandemic.

Please join us as we celebrate Michael Shirtz and the Rev Dr. Charles Yoost for their past contributions and their future impact in new roles within Lakeside Chautauqua.
Celebrate Oktoberfest at Lakeside!
Saturday, Sept. 4 | 4-9:30 p.m.
Celebrate Oktoberfest in Lakeside as mugs of root beer are hoisted, a Bavarian feast is devoured, lively polka music is played, and fireworks displayed.

To kick-off the celebration, the Jay Fox Jammin' Germans brings their extensive catalog of traditional polkas at the Pavilion. Ward Catering offers a delicious menu of Bavarian favorites on the Hotel Lakeside lawn.
Summer Celebration
Sunday, Sept. 5 | 7 p.m.

All visitors and friends to Lakeside Chautauqua will want to be part of the Closing Celebration of the 148th Summer Season. It will take place at the Steele Memorial Bandstand at 7 p.m. on Sunday, September 5. The fun will begin as Chip Richter and John Wilkie delight the crowd with favorite songs from their repertoire.

The youth of Lakeside Chautauqua will be on hand to present the community with three “Buddy Benches” made from recycled plastic bottle caps collected over the summer from Lakesiders. This project is just one example of the transformation that happens when people of goodwill join together in friendship and creativity!

Michael and Pam Shirtz will share their musical talent as we light candles of hope to conclude the evening before the setting of the sun. Mark your calendar and plan to attend! - Rev. Dr. Charles Yoost

Lakeside Salon & Spa
Grand Opening

222 Walnut Avenue, Lakeside Monday, Sept. 6
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

On August 16, 2021 the salon opened its doors at its new location on Walnut Avenue. The new space allows for expanded services, including massage therapy, facials, manicure and spa pedicures stations, and retail styling products. 

The event will begin with a ribbon cutting and remarks at 11 a.m., followed by an open house. Stop by to tour the new space, enjoy refreshments, enter prize drawings, and support this wonderful Lakeside business!
LAKESIDE FALL ACTIVITIES
WELLNESS CENTER UPDATE
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021, use of the Wellness Center will switch to a monthly subscription plan. All Lakeside proper­ty owners are eligible to sign up for the subscription, which includes access to the Magruder Hospital Fitness Room for ages 14 and older.

Classes will be held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through September 30, 2021 at the cost of $10 per class (this is in addition to fitness center subscription fee).

SAVE THE DATE
HOMEOWNER UPDATES
After Labor Day, curbside trash pickup will take place every Tuesday beginning at 7:30 a.m.

There will not be curbside recycling pickup after Labor Day. Recycling may be taken to the refuse center located near the South Gate entrance.
Autumn leaf pickup will take place from October 18-December 3.

House Watch is a free service available to homeowners and provided by Lakeside during the winter months.

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