A Clyde bride-to-be was not too long ago featured on TV on a WKYC Channel three Cleveland information phase on Feb. 28.

The piece was a couple of bride’s worst nightmare, a heartbreaking story about Lindsey Boyer and her misplaced wedding ceremony robe. She had discovered her dream wedding ceremony gown virtually a 12 months in the past, April 2021, at Candlelite Bridal in Sheffield Village Plaza, close to Cleveland. It was an extended A-line gown with numerous sparkle.

She paid money for it that day, virtually a thousand {dollars}. It wanted alterations, so the store proprietor prompt Boyer retailer the robe at her store, so she would not have to move it backwards and forwards for alterations later. Boyer agreed. She additionally felt that this is able to forestall her fiancé, Trevor Ayers, from by chance seeing her gown.

Their wedding ceremony date is June 18, 2022. A number of weeks in the past Boyer determined it was time to get fitted for alterations. She was astounded when she tried to contact the store through the web and realized it was closed. “It was undoubtedly a shock,” she stated when she learn the message that acknowledged the store was completely closed. How may she get her gown?

Boyer discovered telephone numbers for the store on-line, known as them and acquired responses that the quantity was now not working. Lastly she tried the bridal store’s Fb and Instagram pages, sending them messages that had been learn, however not answered.

Lindsey Boyer holds her wedding dress that had been lost after the death of the owner of the shop where she purchased the dress.

By this time a number of Cleveland TV stations had reached out to Boyer about her dilemma and WKYC did the clip for his or her What’s New phase by Isabel Lawrence. Lawrence checked out the empty bridal store and talked to adjoining shops. She realized the proprietor had died and her son was operating the enterprise and had been evicted. Lawrence discovered his tackle, visited his residence with a cameraman and knocked on his door. Nobody answered. A half hour later Boyer acquired a textual content informing her that her gown could be delivered to her in Clyde that day. It did not occur.

The subsequent day, Tuesday, Boyer acquired a name from the proprietor’s spouse who instructed her that her husband was on his technique to Clyde to ship the marriage gown. Boyer was uncertain, however hoped for the very best. It did not occur, however she did obtain a textual content with the photograph of a field containing her gown, stating that it was being shipped to her residence.

On Wednesday, she was thrilled to obtain her bundle from United Parcel Service. Her sister, Addison, used her cellphone to movie a contented boyer opening the field and lifting out her wedding ceremony gown. She additionally filmed the primary phase seen on TV and emailed it to the TV station for broadcast. WKYC then launched an announcement about her returned wedding ceremony gown.

Not that any bride desires her future husband to see her wedding ceremony robe earlier than the marriage, however as a result of publicity, most likely her fiancé and your entire WKYC viewing viewers has now seen it.

“At first, I used to be upset about it, however I am simply glad I’ve my gown again,” Boyer stated.

Bands, choirs compete at OMEA

The Clyde Excessive College Bands and Choirs which competed within the OMEA Giant Group District Contest at Oak Harbor Excessive College final weekend. The Live performance Band earned an Wonderful ranking and the Wind Ensemble earned a Superior ranking on March 4. The Males’s Refrain, Girls’s Refrain, and A Cappella Choir all earned Superior rankings on March 5.

Different occasions

A Quartermania might be 1 to Four pm Sunday at CHS and is sponsored by Clyde Inexperienced Springs Music Boosters

The 10th Annual Pizza Get together for the Pantry might be held from midday to 2 pm March 26 at a brand new location, the Fellowship Corridor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Forest Road.

The Clyde Excessive College Drama Membership manufacturing of “Annie” might be 7 pm April eight and 9 and a couple of pm April 10. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for college kids, seniors, army and college workers members. Tickets are on sale now through electronic mail at [email protected]

Jeanette Liebold Ricker writes about Clyde and Inexperienced Springs. Contact her at 419-547-8177 or by electronic mail at [email protected]

Future June bride goes on the hunt for missing dress


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