Indian Lake Clubs
Indian Hills has many different clubs and organizations you can get involved in to meet people and help better the community here is a list of some of our groups you can join.
The Booster Club has become an integral part of Indian Hills. It is a non-political group that works to fill in some of the gaps needed in the Community. We work hard all year on fundraisers, then have the fun and satisfying task of deciding as a group where to spend that money. We meet the third Saturday of each month at the Community Center at 9 am. A fun, inclusive group that works hard and plays even harder. Please try to join in our meetings, and if you can’t please support some of our events.
The Indian Hills Lake is a social club that host a weekly fishing tournament on Sundays. In addition, members of the Indian Hills Fishing Club give back to the community. Most recently they help fund improvements to the Cove 1 parking lot and launch area.
For more information email Joe Smith, President ILLA at firstname.lastname@example.org
The ILLA, Indian Lake Ladies Auxiliary is a great organization for the women of Indian Hills Lake. We meet the first Monday of the month at noon. From noon to 1:00 we enjoy a social hour with lunch and dessert prepared by our hostess members then the meeting starts at 1:00. We also have a group called our Weekend Warriors, this is for the ladies who want to participate in the ILLA but being a week ender or gainfully employed prevents them from joining our Monday meetings. Besides having fun and forging strong friendships we actively host events to bring the community together and raise money to pay for much needed projects in our community.
For more information call or text Debbie Dolen, President ILLA at 314.348.7168.
The Men’s Club is a social ambassador club that is dedicated to fundraise for community / association projects. The Men’s Club host numerous events throughout the year such as: Pancake Breakfasts, Christmas Party, Community Clean-up Days, Maintain the Lighthouse, etc. They meet every month on the first Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Association Community Center.