Stone Manor. A rumor started a couple of weeks ago. The rumors involved the coming sale of Stone Manor, except there is no coming sale of Stone Manor. The rumor had it that Tina Trahan, the owner of all but two units in the manor, was going to put the place on the market for $16,000,000.00. But she’s not. Tina was contacted directly and personally about the matter because Stone Manor is a big deal to Geneva Lake and the communities that surround it. Tina was adamant that not only is there no truth to the rumor, but that she never intends to sell the manor. It will be held as a family heirloom on into future generations of the Trahan family. That settles it, as far as the Geneva Shore Report is concerned.
Holy Communion Church pipe organ Tuscan dinner.
The Church of the Holy Communion at 320 Broad Street, Lake Geneva, is hosting a historic organ concert on Sunday, November 4th, at 6 p.m. to benefit the restoration of their 1883 pipe organ. The concert will include works by Viernes, Bach, Elgar, Guilmant, and others. Greg Zelek of the Madison Symphony Orchestra will be playing the organ. The organ concert tickets are twenty-five dollars and include a dinner for the same day at Tuscan Tavern & Grill. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the church on Tuesday and Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m., or at the door, the day of the concert.
Come help support a piece of Lake Geneva’s history and enjoy a relaxing evening with great people, classical music, and wonderful food. Holy Communion is also the church that so generously provides so many fabulous Thanksgiving meals. This great little church on Broad Street in Lake Geneva is partnered up with Saint Johns in Burlington and is one of the few places in the area that offer a Thanksgiving meal to those in need. Last year the Churches, in a joint effort, prepared, served and delivered five hundred meals (500), and plan on doing the same this year.
They also have a GoFundMe Page
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