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President's Message
From the Desk of Jean Angus

by our feelings of pride.  We see our town with different eyes than someone who is just passing through, . . . not with rose-colored glasses, perhaps, but one's focused on the emotion and strength of pride that comes with history and generations of interaction with a place and its people.  What may seem like a small, little  insignificant dot on the map takes on a life of its own.  There are colorful characters, significant natural disasters, citizens who go out and make big names for themselves, and others who go about their daily tasks with a spirit and sense of loving community guiding their steps.  It is in the very simplicity of this love that the small towns of America come to life.  There is an opportunity  to shut out the rat race that is attached to the masses of humanity in big cities with too little personal space, when your mind, at least, can take you back to front yard touch football games, the neighbor boy on his bike delivering your morning paper,  and cows grazing peacefully in the little valley that was and is Lakeside.
  October is the month of our annual Hometown Reunion.  Come out and experience Lakeside through the eyes of the people who know and love it best, . . . your friends and neighbors.

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