I don’t know if many of you know, but Lucky’s Market in Clintonville has a 5% Day where they partner with local non-profits to donate (strangely enough) 5% percent of their total sales for that day to said partner.
Well, LOUA is going to be Lucky’s 5% Day Partner for August!
What does this mean to you? It means that you need to head to Lucky’s to go shopping on
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
for all of your fresh veggies, meats, and dairy. And bread, and crackers, and spices, and soup and well, you get the picture.
And what does it mean for us? The more you shop, the more money LOUA will get to help the Arboretum thrive.
So save up all your shopping at Lucky’s for Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 2770 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43202
Until next time!
Do you know anything about the Rudolph’s, who lived in Clintonville next tothe ravine. They had a huge collection of books (60,000) and I am interested in what happened to the books. I used to help catalog them as a young girl. They were out of style books on natural history including a lot of material on high end outhouses. I remember reading some of them. One was a dug out trench lined with oil cloth. She collect buttons and he was a lichenologist. This is the part of the ravine with the touchmenots and stingless nettles. I spoke to the lady who has the house next to the bridge that overlooks the touchments, who mentioned the libraryout of the blue. She said the library was in a separate house and that it was a lending library. I said more books came in, than were ever lent out.
This ravine was one of the places, where moths congregated. We burned candles and lit fires and used woven material rather than white sheets. But we did use linen and lace tablecloths in places, which got messed up.