Food and fun draw residents of all ages to park to celebrate Lake Shore

City marks 75 years since being incorporated in 1947 with picnic and music

Lake Shore 75th anniversary celebration history display
From left, Arlene and Max Bush, Lake Shore residents for 28 years, talk to Cindy Terwilliger, Lake Shore Park and Recreation Committee member who put together a history display, at the city's 75th anniversary celebration Thursday, June 9, 2022, at Fritz Loven Park.
Echo Journal / Nancy Vogt
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LAKE SHORE — Lake Shore marked 75 years since being incorporated March 19, 1947, with a public event that featured food, music, a bounce house for kids and lots of conversation Thursday, June 9, at Fritz Loven Park.

The city along scenic upper County State Aid Highway 77, or Interlachen Road, was incorporated in 1947.

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People gathered around a bonfire and at a picnic pavilion Thursday evening, June 9, 2022, at Fritz Loven Park in Lake Shore to chat, eat and listen to music during the city's 75th anniversary event.

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