Fall yard sale supports Westlake history
What does Dr. George Lathrop have to do with the upcoming yard sale put on by The Westlake Historical Society?
Dr. George Lathrop was born in 1866 and passed away in 1929. Dr. Lathrop served the local residents of Dover as a physician for many years, and lived and worked from his home and office located just east of Dover Center and Center Ridge roads. Although the doctor has been gone for many years, his photo lives on!
The society is charged with preserving and sharing Westlake's rich history. This includes the acquisition of new artifacts, as well as the upkeep of existing precious items.
Dr. Lathrop’s photo, which has been in the collection for some time, is in need of archival restoration and reframing once again. The monies collected help our organization to ensure that his photo and other historical items continue to get the special care they will need.
The Fall Yard Sale, sponsored by the Westlake Historical Society, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 18. The sale will take place on the lawn of the Clague House Museum, 1371 Clague Road, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. This popular event features classy cast-offs, no longer needed knick knacks, and will be sure to offer a variety of items for any buyer. Hot coffee, cider, and donuts will also be available.
Donations are still being accepted and Receipts of Donation (for tax purposes) are available upon request. The last day for donations is Thursday, Sept. 15. Anyone with donations should contact Lysa or Dave at the Westlake Historical Society at 216-848-0680 or by email at email@example.com. You may also contact us for pick up of your items
Do you have items to sell and need a space at our sale? We currently have spaces available. Please call us at 216-848-0680 for more information.
Volunteers are still needed to help sort items and with set up prior to the sale, as well as assist on the day of the sale. Anyone wishing to volunteer should contact us at the phone number or email address above.
Lysa Layne Stanton is the President of the Westlake Historical Society. She lives in Westlake with her wonderful husband, Dave and her awesome pets.