Clam Lake News & EventsCommunity Club Meetings & Minutes

The meeting was called to order by President Bud Rubeck with sixteen people attending. The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

The Minutes of the August 9th meeting were read and accepted.

The Treasurer’s Report was read and accepted.

Old Business;

No Outreach Cards were sent.

Cemetery Crosses are a few weeks behind. Bud will offer help with these.

The Elk Q&A was held on August 18th. People were informed about the 2018 Elk hunt and future hunts along with a report on the herd over the years.

Insurance: Bud reported that the deductible on the Club insurance was raised from $500 to $2,500 with significant savings to the Club.

Lynne reported that the History Building Grand Opening in Glidden over the Labor Day weekend went very well. Attendance was well over 500 people for the three day opener. The Clam Lake Exhibit was well received.

Lynne reported she did talk with Kelly Meredith of Butternut about our downtown Clam Lake sign. She does not have time to do it. Ace will work on it.

New Business:

A Work Bee was held at St. George’s Chapel on September 9th with 17 people from the surrounding area in attendance. The Chapel looks very nice. Thanks to all that participated. An Autumn Mass will be said with adverts and write ups going in the local papers. All are encouraged to attend – Catholic or not. Kate Fleury and Lynne are continuing to work on the Chapel being put on the National Historic Registry. An application for nomination has been sent to the State with attending documents. The State has let us know they have received everything and will move it to the committee.

Chuck and Beth Allison offered to pay for the Chapel to be sprayed for Asian beetles. Lynne will ask the MPB parish if they wish to proceed.

Scholarship: Skylar Pankratz has sent her class notifications to the Scholarship committee Chairperson so the first $500 has been sent. Mike Dumholt sent his promised $1,000 to the Scholarship fund. He agreed to do this every year for 10 years in memory of his parents. This is his third donation.

Beth Allison talked of her various fiddle engagements. We are fortunate to have such a talented individual in our community! Her services are in demand.

The Drawing Winner of the $10 door prize was Carl Kubley.

No Bingo was played so the second $10 will roll over to next month.

Meeting adjourned.

Respectfully submitted by:
Lynne Rice, Secretary of the CLCC Inc.