The Michigan Club will hold five meetings in 2015. The dates are as follows:
January 8, 2015
January 22, 2015
February 5, 2015
February 19, 2015
March 5, 2015
Meetings are held at the Erie Meyer Center in Gulf Shores starting at 10:00 am. The doors open at 8:30 am and coffee and donuts are available at 9:00 am. The meetings include entertainment, announcements of Club activities and door prizes. Membership to participate in the meetings costs only $3.00 total per person for the entire year. At each meeting the Club sells door prizes tickets and they are $1 each. You have to have a ticket to win a door prize. You can buy as many as you wish.  The income from this helps pay for the coffee & donuts and helps cover the rental cost for the Meyer Center.
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The purpose of the Michigan Club in south Alabama is to provide activities, communications and fellowship for current and former residents of the State of Michigan.
If you are a Club member or plan to become a Club member and would like to receive email updates from the Club please send an email to :
Please give your name(s) address & phone number along with your email address.

Note: If you are currently receiving emails you are already on the list and you do NOT need to respond.
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Michigan Club Cruise
The Club has a 7 day cruise on Royal Caribbean available leaving on February 21, 2015 from New Orleans.  See the brochure for details and reservation information.  Sign-up now and enjoy the fun trip.  There will be a bus from Gulf Shores to New Orleans and the cost will be about $60 per person.

2015 Golf Schedule

One-Day Trips
January 16, 2015
February 13, 2015

Coupon Books
Click link below to order

Thank you from the Tyes
Dennis and Rosemarie Tye would like to thank all of the Michigan Club members for their cards and prayers after a flood destroyed their basement following the August rain storm in southeast Michigan.  They had 40+ inches of water in their basement and the contents of the basement were a total loss. Unfortunately most insurance companies do not cover this kind of loss.