Please consider taking time to donate

Thank you to all that donated​


Contact David Angle
248-219-4336
subtruck46@hotmail.com

Sponsored by all northern states snowbird clubs. Benefits go to the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan Fire and Rescue Departments. Each department received $1,700 in 2017.  The total contributions the past 14 years is now $110,723.



Brat Fest
Low Country Boil
Red Cross Blood Drive
Brat Fest
Low Country Boil
Red Cross Blood Drive
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Casino Trips
Casino Trips

Watch for future dates or contact Pat


Club Merchandise
The Club has t-shirts, golf shirts with pockets and without pockets, sweatshirts, hooded zipper sweatshirts, jackets, golf windbreakers, ladies golf visors, hats and tote bags. 




No more orders for 2019

Purpose is to raise money for the Gulf Shores Zoo.  

The 2019 Low Country Boil raised $6,500 for the Zoo.  That brings the 14 year total to $83,950.

Thank you to all Michigan workers and especially to Jerry Wallace for his dedication to this activity.

2020 date - February 21st


Luncheons/Featured
Luncheons/Featured
 Michigan Club Luncheons  




Contact is Bernice/Walt Salisbury
231-450-2192
bwsalis@frontier.com



Merchandise
Trip Coordinator
Pat Eppley
810-334-5947
paeppley@hotmail.com

Foot Golf
Foot Golf
NEW ACTIVITY IN 2016
Foot golf is a relatively new sport that is popping up on many golf courses. It doesn’t require a lot of expensive equipment or a lot of skill. It uses a soccer ball and you kick the ball around the course into marked holes large enough to accommodate a soccer ball. The game is played as a scramble, which means that every person on the 4 person team kicks the ball and then they choose the best kick and play the next shot from that point. It is a fun way to spend the day and an 18 hole round should take 2-3 hours. The cost would be $8 per person and  golf carts (optional) available for $11.
2019 Dates

March 2nd
Glen Lakes
10:00 am


Merchandise Committee
l to r. Dick LaBarre, Jody LaBarre, Nancy Mulka and Ron Mulka
(Photo by Deb Singer)