M.L.C.A. History – 1942

On March 25th, the officers and board members met in the private home of the president-elect, Harry Vreeland, and decided that the club would be known as Inter-Lakes Sportsman Association of Oakland County; that regular meetings would be held on the second Wednesday of each month in a previously designated place; that each person accepted to membership must be male and twenty one years of age; that the club join the MUCC state organization; that all monies be deposited with the Oakland County State Bank of Milford, Michigan; that meetings be held at Twin Beach Country Club until further notice.
Soon a By-Laws Committee was appointed to draw up a set of flexible laws which were accepted, and the election of the 1942-43 officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer) and Board of Directors was held.
By May 20 there were 141 members and many committees were formed to promote activities. On April 4 the first annual Banquet was held at the Walled Lake High School.