This summer our Clam Lake Community Building will be 75 years old. My next few Snippets will tell how this building came to be.Details
In the late 90’s a group of Clam Lakers decided to put together a twice yearly newsletter that they titled the “Clam Lake Clippings”. Much work went into this bi-annual letter. It contained information on the area, upcoming events and historical write -ups.
Looking back to January and June of 1996 this is what was going on in Clam Lake according to the Clippings.Details
The holiday season is once more upon us and with it comes memories of “Christmas Past”.Details
In affiliation with my writings on Camp Fire Island, I had the good fortune to become acquainted with Kim Potaracke, a Forest Archaeologist. She has archived the story of Camp Fire Island for us. She, in return, shared some early Clam Lake history with me that she had found.Details