| The essence of life is the ability to adapt to change.
If such is true, the La Crosse Club lives. Now over a
hundred and fifteen years alive, the Club has seen La Crosse
change from a river town with mud streets and wood
sidewalks to a small city of great beauty and modernity.
It has seen the recreational needs of its members change
But the La Crosse Club’s purpose is constant: to provide a comfortable locale for intelligent conversation and relaxing
We, who have been part of its life, salute the La Crosse
|Charles D. Gelatt, President
La Crosse Club
1976 and 1982-1995