Two residents draw attention to plastic problem

By Jennie Pryor, Shore Thing Our “disposable” plastic lifestyle is getting our human health and the entire ecosystem into BIG trouble! Vermilion residents Madison and Kipton Paden attempted to make us aware of the impact plastic disposables by participating in the Recycled Runway fundraiser event in Sandusky on Friday, April 13. They were sponsored byContinue reading “Two residents draw attention to plastic problem”

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Community drumming circle is open to all to enjoy the beat and beach

By Karen Cornelius It was just a perfect evening to be at Main Street Beach on Thursday, June 8, where there was a gathering on the sandy shore of Lake Erie forming a drumming circle to beat down the sun. While this is a fairly new activity for Vermilion, it’s not new going back inContinue reading “Community drumming circle is open to all to enjoy the beat and beach”

Shore Thing makes plea for public restrooms for the Main Street Beach

By Karen Cornelius The Vermilion Parks and Recreation Board met on Tuesday, April 18. During audience participation, Shore Thing spokesman Dan Pryor asked to read the group’s correspondence into the record with emphasis on providing decent restrooms for the public. Shore Thing is the successful enterprise at Main Street Beach setting up its little buildingContinue reading “Shore Thing makes plea for public restrooms for the Main Street Beach”