Special to EagleHerald/ Becky McGuire
This lighthouse, which was positioned on Harbor Drive near the entrance to the North Pier Lighthouse, went missing Wednesday night. The lighthouse was constructed by Dr. Bryan Flynn and painted by Rusty Wolfe, and is worth between $600 and $700 at minimum.
Special to EagleHerald/ Becky McGuire

This lighthouse, which was positioned on Harbor Drive near the entrance to the North Pier Lighthouse, went missing Wednesday night. The lighthouse was constructed by Dr. Bryan Flynn and painted by Rusty Wolfe, and is worth between $600 and $700 at minimum.

MENOMINEE — One of the Menominee Area Arts Council’s publicly displayed lighthouses has disappeared. According to Becky McGuire, the five-foot tall painted wooden lighthouse, which was built by Dr. Bryan Flynn and painted by Rusty Wolfe Studio, was positioned at the intersection of Harbor Drive and First Street. She said the lighthouse was weighted down with sand bags, meaning that it would’ve taken at least two people to move it. She also said the lighthouse has a minimum value between $600 and $700.

The lighthouse is a part of the MAAC’s Lighthouse Challenge, which is primarily a fundraiser for MAAC’s art scholarship program. If anyone finds this lighthouse or has information regarding its whereabouts, McGuire urged people to contact the Menominee City Police, and additionally said they may contact her directly with information at 715-330-8221.