Meets the third Monday of the month at the Legion at 7 PM. For membership information call 218-238-5577. Summer Events: Fish & Steak Fry All You Can Eat! 1st & 3rd Fridays of the month 5-8 PM $10; Sundays Bingo 7 PM Food Available.The American Legion can be rented for Weddings, Reunion, Birthdays etc. Kitchen Available!
Meets the first (1st) Saturday of the month at 10am at the American Legion hall.
The Auxiliary is an active, growing group of women dedicated to the Mission of American Legion Auxiliary. This includes but is not limited to: uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; fostering and perpetuation a one hundred percent Americnism; preserve the memories and incidents of our associations during the Great Wars; dedication to community, state and nation; safeguard the principles of Justice, Freedom and Democracy; and to aid our military and veterans.
A woman is eligible to join the Auxiliary if she is eligible for membership in the American Legion. Also eligible is the mother, wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter, great-granddaughter or grandmother of a member of the American Legion or a deceased veteran who served in one of the following wars: WWi 4/6/17 thru 11/11/18, WWII 12/7/41 thru 12/31/46, Korean War 6/25/50 thru 1/31/55, Vietnam War 2/28/61 thru 5/7/75, Lebanon-Grenada 8/27/82 thru 7/31/84, Panama 12/20/89 thru 1/31/90, Operation Desert Shield/Storm and Gulf War/War on Terrorism 8/2/90 to date of cessation.
American Legion Auxiliary members have dedicated themselves for nearly a century to meeting the needs of our nation’s veterans and families both here and abroad. Auxiliary members honor veterans plus encourage patriotism through annual scholarships and with ALA Girls State Programs. Elementary activities remind students of the sacrifices and others have made so that we may enjoy the freedoms afforded to us in the United States.
Current members include: MaryAnn Christianson, Christine Dornbusch, Ruby Dunham, Mandy Erickson, Agnes Gross, Randi Handegaard, Dorthy Harsh, Sonja Johnson, Lillian Krogen, Kathy Lindstrom, Carol Midthune, Janice Mikkelson, Deloyne Nelson, Katie O’Connell, Alice Raknerud, Shirley Read, Barb Schauer, Jennifer Schauer, Joan Sorenson, Joyce Warling and Kathy Warling.
For membership information, call 612-804-9363 or 701-238-0901 or come sit in one of our meeting!! Everyone is welcome anytime!
If interested in being a member, please contact Elizabeth Svare at 439-3550.
Meets the last Monday of the month at 7 PM at the Lake Park City Center. If interested in being a member, please contact Heather Omvig at 218-234-3744, or Mike Hall 218-234-5803.
The Lake Park Area Historical Society meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM at the Historical Museum. The Museum is also open the third Saturday of each month (9:00AM-12:00PM). In addition to the Museum building (formerly Nelson Drug Store) the Historical Society also maintains the one-room schoolhouse (located just east of the Lake Park Legion). This is one of the last remaining schoolhouses in Becker County.
Every September, during Pumpkin Fest, the Historical Society hosts a pie and ice-cream social at the Museum to raise funds for the organization's preservation efforts.
Currently, the LPAHS is collecting donations of historic items and is in the process of rotating collections in the Museum and other display sites (Sunnyside Care Center, the elementary school in Audubon, and the Lake Park Legion). If you would like to donate a collection item, make a monetary contribution to the Historical Society (a 501C3 organization), or be a part of these important preservation efforts, please contact a board member (Katie O'Connell, email@example.com or John Madson, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Lake Park Garden Club
For more information call 218-532-2597, 218-532-3072, 218-532-7823.