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Maggie Beckford, President
Each state had a connection to ...
Each state had a connection to the war, such as sending a regiment to fight, said Maggie Beckford, president of the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society and executive director of the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce.
The column is a burial place, a symbol of peace among the United States, Great Britain, and Canada, and a big tourist attraction, Ms. Beckford
The island's roughly 500 hotel rooms, which include cottages and other rental accommodations, were booked for the nights of July 3 and 4, she
"It's just an amazing structure that they would have put together back then," she
said of the monument.
Maggie Beckford, ChaplainMaggie Beckford is Executive Director of The Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce and has an educational background in Journalism, Photography, Marketing and Publication.As Executive Director, Maggie organizes and speaks at many community events.Maggie
is an Ohio State University
alum who worked for the Ottawa County daily newspaper for six years before moving to the island permanently in 1987.She was General Manager of a popular Put-in-Bay restaurant for 12 years and has been active in the Chamber of Commerce for the past 15 years.Maggie sits on the Board of Directors for The Ottawa County Visitors Bureau, The Lake Erie Islands Historical Society and The Perry Group.She is also active in the Put-in-Bay Dramatic Society.Maggie
also was ordained in 2002 by the World Christianship Ministries and is licensed by the State of Ohio.
"I think this is one of ...
"I think this is one of the most important island events, even though it's one of the smallest ones we do," said Maggie Beckford, director of the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce.
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Maggie Beckford, executive director of the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau, notes that the 116-year-old lighthouse, now owned by The Ohio State University, is actually a 45-foot tower attached to a two-story red-brick keeper's house, a design that bucks traditional late 19th-century design.
"The best view of it, actually, is from the water," she