THE MAYFLIES ARE BACK!
If you're visiting the area, and you wake up to see these critters...
DON'T FREAK OUT! They are harmless. The bugs start off at the bottom of the lake for two years before they hatch. They fly inland at night toward light, mate, then die in about one day. They are actually a sign that Lake Erie is healthy, and a Mother Nature's bird and fish food, but they are creepy looking...and they do stink if you let their carcasses lay around in the sun. If you are really freaked out by them, turn off your outdoor lights at night.
HELP OKLAHOMA TORNADO VICTIMS
To make a $10 donation to American Red Cross Disaster Relief, text REDCROSS to 90999 or STORM to 80888 for The Salvation Army USA (standard messaging rates apply)
HOW TO HELP THE CLEVELAND KIPNAPPING VICTIMS
Since news broke of the three missing women found alive in Cleveland, people have been asking where they can donate money and services to help. The Cleveland Courage Fund has been established through the Cleveland Foundation to support Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus. Donations to the fund will go to qualified nonprofit organizations to provide services for victims Amanda Berry and her six-year-old daughter, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight.
Click here to donate online.
Donations may also be mailed to:
Cleveland Courage Fund
c/o the Cleveland Foundation
1422 Euclid Ave., Suite 1300
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Donations will also be accepted at Cleveland-area Key Bank locations.
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PARTY AT THE PLAZA, Friday June 21, 6-10pm, with free live music from Turn & Cough, Schade-Mylander Plaza, downtown Sandusky. Food, beverages, Remember Cruisin’ classic car show.
GOODTIME ONE PARTY CRUISE TO KELLEYS ISLAND, Fridays all summer at 7:30pm. Return from Kelleys at 11pm.
LIVE PERFORMANCE OF THE WIZARD OF OZ, Huron Playhouse, in McCormick Junior High School, Tuesday June 25-Saturday June 29.