Former home to Mayor F.J. King. He was the Mayor of Lorain twice- from April 1902 to April 1908 and January 1910 to January 1912.
Now this house is on the demolition list.
Ed Cummins touches up his C.C. Ahoy sculpture at Settlers’ Watch yesterday.
Original photos By JTG © 2015 [John T. Gallo]
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A shot from John Gargasz [cropped with permission]
The short poem of the maiden voyage of C.C. AHOY:
“They came ashore with glitter and gold, in hope their story would soon be told.
They came from a time since long past, from giving and caring they thought surely would last.
They came with a message for all to hear, that they held in their hearts oh so dear.
Be the one to plant the seed, feed the need and stop the greed.
We can, we care – it’s not easy, but it’s nice to share :-)
You can read and see more about Ed’s Garden Guardians in this Morning Journal article about Ed
Jim Blair – a United States Veteran, father, and an all-around great guy – is in need.
Jim’s kidneys are shutting down. He is on 12 hours of dialysis every night. He needs our help.
If you or someone you know is blood type O and are willing to donate a kidney please contact him at 440-420-2004.
Jim can be seen most days standing on the corner in Downtown Amherst, Ohio with his sign. This is not a hoax or a joke.
If you see Jim, wave or honk to show him your support, that you care and you’re hoping he finds a donor his life can be saved.
As seen this morning from Fulton Avenue.