Everyone is invited to come on Saturday, January 20, 2018 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and see for yourself! In 1920, the Kehlor family donated this building and several adjoining lots to the City of Clermont for use as a park. This is the original building from the 1920s which is still in use today. Over the years, the City has changed the building by enclosing the porch to add square footage to the building, updating the restrooms, adding air conditioning and whatever was necessary to keep the building in good repair. However, after 100 years, the City has determined that it is time for a new building!
This building has been home to the Clermont Recreation Club for many years. We are a non-profit recreation club with dues of $10.00 a year open to all adults although the majority of our membership is seniors. We have many activities for our members – Shuffleboard; card games – Bridge, Duplicate Bridge, Samba and Pinochle; Chess; Bunco; Dominoes and Scrabble. We are also open to adding additional activities as the interest arises.
Please come join us to say goodbye to the Old Kehlor Building and see what will be taking its place. We will have club members available to answer questions about all activities as well as examples of various activities. There will also be refreshments and door prizes!