Tribute to Wayne Wunderlich

from HUGH FARBER Wayne Wunderlich is receiving the “Owen Bahle Award for Service”. As you may know, he was one of, if not “THE”, originator of the LLLA. It might be worthwhile to have a brief note in the next newsletter??? Let me know if I can help. I copied... Read more

Gwen Rich: Obituary

SUTTONS BAY — Gwendolyn “Gwen” Louise (Gregory) Rich, 75, of Suttons Bay, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, at Traverse Victorian Inn. Gwen was born on March 26, 1938, in Detroit, the daughter of Fred Everett “Tyke” Gregory and Margaret Gordon (Paterson) Gregory. On July 2, 1977, she married the... Read more

Elvers’ Fave Fall Tunes

California Dreamin’ (Mamas & Papas) Urge for Going (Joni Mitchell) Les Feuilles Mortes (Edith Piaf) Autumn Leaves (Miles Davis) Danny Boy (Bing) Danny Boy (Elvis) Moondance (Van Morrison) Autumn Serenade (Coltrane & Hartman) Stardust (Coltrane) Stardust (Bing) You Ain’t Going Nowhere (Dylan) Leaves that are Green (Simon & Garfunkle) Harvest Moon (Neil Young) Boys of Summer... Read more

One BIG Fish

from Pete Taylor Ice fishing is not for everyone, but for those who enjoy braving the sometimes-nasty winter weather, it can be very rewarding. On January 18, 2013, Gordon Belanger of Lake Leelanau was fishing on South Lake Leelanau with his friends, Tony West (below), and John Mcpwethy when he... Read more

Remembrances of East Leland

by Warren G. Smith transcribed from the Leelanau Enterprise by Bert Thomas The following is an account written by Warren R. Smith, long-time summer resident of Leelanau County in 1954. It was submitted to the Enterprise by his son, Alden G. Smith of Rt. 1, Lake Leelanau and was carried in several... Read more