Clark Lake’s First Ever Glaze-a-thon

Clark Lake’s First Ever Glaze-a-thon

It was a first.  On this wintry Sunday afternoon, Clark Lakers filled the Beach Bar’s activity room.  The purpose was to glaze clay pieces of the “Welcome to Clark Lake” sign that you’ll see in the spring on North Lake Road not far...
Polar Plunge 2020

Polar Plunge 2020

Two hundred-forty hardy individuals jumped into Clark Lake this morning.  They were doing it for a cause—the Law Enforcement Polar Plunge that benefits Special Olympics.   To be sure, the water was cold, about 32 degrees.  The air temperature...
Men’s Shuffleboard: Week 6

Men’s Shuffleboard: Week 6

The Clark Lake Men Shuffleboard League is in week 6.  Here are the current standings.  Thursday evenings during the winter, the Clark Lake Men’s Shuffleboard League convenes for long board competition at the Beach Bar.   Play began in December and...
Head-of-the-Lake Spirit Cam

Head-of-the-Lake Spirit Cam

The west end of Clark Lake shall no longer be deprived. Just as the DamCam has provided live video of the east end of the lake, the Head-of-the-Lake Spirit Cam will now do the same for the west end. This Spirit Cam, located in the Township Park at the...
Polar Plunge Happens Saturday

Polar Plunge Happens Saturday

It’s only appropriate that Clark Lake gets hit with a blast of winter weather ahead of this event.  If the wind and cold don’t make you shiver, the thought of jumping into the lake will.  The Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics happens...
Sign Up for the Sign Glaze-a-thon

Sign Up for the Sign Glaze-a-thon

The Welcome to Clark Lake Sign is closer to reality each day.  Annette Fink and her volunteers are crafting a mural made of high-fired pieces of glazed clay.  Each will have its own color. Together, they will form this image.  The sign will face the...