Sally Dandar and B.J. Lyons were introduced to each other while still in the arms of their mothers. This introduction took place between the Ligibel and Lyons’ cottages, located side-by-side on Eagle Point Road facing the west end of the lake. Through the years, the families always remarked, even joked, “wouldn’t it be something if… Read more »
By Bill Leutz
My personal memories of Clark Lake are all associated with Eagle Point. During the earliest years, we rented on the west shore of the point, but shortly after the end of World War II, Dad made arrangements to spend the summer renting from Rollo and Virginia Every on the east shore of… Read more »
The Clark Lions Club has long had a strong presence at Clark Lake. Because of the Lions, Clark Lake is a better place, and along the way they have added a “fun factor.” Here’s an example. On January 26, 1974, the Lions sponsored an ice festival at the Columbia Township Park at the west end. … Read more »
By Bill Leutz
If you’ve been associated with Clark Lake for years, you may feel you know it well. But, as is so often the case, the history of a place contains so many twists and turns the question emerges—can anyone be thoroughly familiar with the full story? For example, Brooklyn has a street named Delameter…. Read more »
by Laurice LaZebnik
I can imagine 12 year-old Obwandiyag boy stopping for a swim in Clark Lake. He might be on his way to see his mother’s Potawatomi birthplace. This future leader would have jogged along North Stoney Lake Road, turned south towards what is now the Beach Bar.
Back in 1734 these roads were Indian trails…. Read more »
By Walter Reed
G. Ray Reed . . . Will Reed . . . Marion, Bus, Wink and Raynor . . . The Dozen Cousins! There have been Reed’s in and around Clarklake for the last 140 years. And yes, Reed Road is part of Reed History.
James B. & Lydia Reed “emigrated” from upstate… Read more »