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The Bay Men's Club will meet Thur., Sept. 7, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. As this is the club's centennial year, Mayor Paul Koomar, City Council President Dwight Clark and others will present the club with a mayoral proclamation that evening. A short presentation will cover the history of the club. All area men are invited and encouraged to attend.

This year marks the centennial of the founding of the Bay Men’s Club, the oldest club organization in the city.
Formally known as the Community Club of Bay Village, the men’s club was founded in the summer of 1917 when a handful of village men, meeting on the steps of what is now the Rose Hill Museum in Cahoon Memorial Park, met to form a non-partisan organization whose purpose was, and is, to promote good fellowship.
With an eye to the future, its platform from the start was...

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The Bay Men's Club is celebrating its centennial year with a party Sat., July 22, at the Clifton Beach Club. All current and former members are invited and encouraged to attend. Cost is $50 per person, BYOB. Call (216) 386-5997 for details.

The Bay Men’s Club, the city’s second-oldest civic organization, and which is celebrating its centennial, has awarded $1,000.00 scholarships to two worthy and deserving Bay High seniors, Mikayla Nemetz and Chris Gepperth. They, along with their parents, were recently honored at the club’s year-end golf outing and pig roast. Nemetz will be studying international studies and pre-law at The Ohio State University; Gepperth will be studying mechanical engineering at the University... of Akron. Gepperth is the grandson of longtime Bay Men’s Club member Elwyn Mehlman, a coincidence since all scholarship applications are submitted anonymously. Shown in the photo, left to right, are Bay Men’s Club President Dave Blevins; Scholarship Committee member Peter Winzig; Gepperth; Nemetz; Scholarship Committee Chairperson Peter Gierosky, and Vice President Sean Riley.

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Many thanks to the members who marched in this year's Memorial Day parade!

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The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, May 4, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. Our speaker (rescheduled from March) will be Mr. Peter Chakerian, award-winning writer, author and journalist. Peter will be talking about a subject we all would like to know more about in his new book, "Cleveland Beer: History and Revival in the Rust Belt." And Chef Dave will provide us the perfect summer beer companion - burgers and hot dogs!!

The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, April 6, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. Our speakers will be Ed "Flash" Ferenc and program director John Gorman from WMMS. They will entertain us with tales from the rock glory days when the station played a key role in bringing several major rock acts into national exposure. It is also Past President's Chili Night so come ready to sample all of the recipes.

The Bay Men's Club is 100 years old in 2017 so we are throwing ourselves a party, so save the date: Saturday, July 22, 5 p.m. at the Clifton Beach Club. This will be a catered dinner; super casual attire. BYOB. Club will provide ice, wash, etc. Wives, girlfriends welcome. Limited to 90 guests total. Watch for more details as they develop.

The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, March 2, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. Our speaker will be Mr. Peter Chakarian, award-winning writer, author and journalist. Peter will be talking about a subject we all would like to know more about in his new book, "Cleveland Beer: History and Revival in the Rust Belt." And Chef Dave will introduce us to The Original Big Wave Dave Cheezsteak! Not to be missed!

The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, Feb.2, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. Come join us for a Fat Thursday celebration! Our speaker will be Bay's own Mr. Dave Chudowsky, sports anchor and reporter at WKYC Channel 3! Our dinner will feature New Orleans favorites - Cajun Jambalaya, corn bread and King Cake!

The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, Dec.1, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. The meal will be catered by Brio at Crocker Park. We will have a keg of Great Lakes Christmas Ale. "Bad Santa" will emcee a white elephant gift exchange; bring a crappy gift, get a crappy gift. All Bay Village area men are welcome and encouraged to attend. Call (216) 386-5997 for info

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The Bay Men's Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. The meal will be an Absolutely delectable South of the Border Dinner. In keeping with the season, the speaker will be Bay resident Frank MaMana talking about his 4 decades of putting up Haunted Displays. All Bay Village area men are welcome and encouraged to attend. Call (216) 386-5997 for info.

The Bay Men's Club will meet Thur., Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road. The meal will be Lake Erie perch and walleye caught and donated to the club by members. The speaker will be Hyland Software CEO Bill Priemer. The Cleveland Indians first playoff game will be on TV. All Bay Village men and welcome and encouraged to attend. Call (216) 386-5997 for info.

The Bay Men’s Club will kick off it’s centennial-year celebration on Thur., Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Road.

The club, formally known as the Community Club of Bay Village, was founded in 1917 and is the city’s oldest civic organization.

All Bay Village men, as well as men from neighboring communities, are invited and encouraged to attend.

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The speaker in September will be Adam Darst, a cigar aficionado who has workied at Cigar Cigar and other tobacco shops.

Attendees are encouraged to bring one of their favorite cigars or two. No cigars will be available for purchase that evening.

Vice President Dave Blevins will be preparing an end-of-summer feast of hot dogs, hamburgers and all the trimmings.

Dues for the club are $60 per person, which includes food and beverages at 10 meetings.

The club meets the first Thursday of the month at the lodge, September through June.

For more information call Eric Eakin at (216) 386-5997.

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