Cleghorn Harvest Fest Sept. 8-10

CLEGHORN, Wis. (WEAU) -- Now that it's September, fall festivals are kicking into gear and that means it’s time for fall fun for the whole family.

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Troy Rognholt and Ronda Myren of the Cleghorn Lions Club joined Hello Wisconsin to discuss Cleghorn Harvest Fest!

The festival runs Sept 8th -10th with all sorts of fun! Don’t miss out on the softball tournament, wood carving, classic car show, beer tent and more in Cleghorn! It's just 6 miles south of Eau Claire off HWY 93, east on HH.

The Cleghorn Lions Club is chartered by Lions Clubs International and currently has forty-seven members. The Club’s focus is raising funds for worthy causes, and it currently has thirteen committees devoted to fund raising and community service activities. The Club’s leadership includes the President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Third Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Membership Committee Chairperson. Club members have been involved with the creation and expansion of the Cleghorn School Park and with the annual Cleghorn Harvest Fest, which is held the first weekend after Labor Day. Also, the Club has contributed significant funds to the development of the Cleghorn School Park. Please see our Photo Gallery page for pictures of the Park. Beginning in 2010, the Cleghorn Lions Club will host the Harvest Fest with the support of the Pleasant Valley Park Committee and the residents of the Town of Pleasant Valley.

If you wish to join, the Cleghorn Lions Club currently has 56 members and would love to grow! The dues are inexpensive, the regular meetings are only once a month, the camaraderie is great, and the feeling of giving back to our community is unlike anything else. Please consider attending a meeting (every 4th Monday at 7pm) or talking to one of our members about joining today!



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