By Marian Howard and Sandy Roerig

Now is the time to make plans to attend the Fall General Membership Meeting that will be held in-person this year.  YEA!

The Bayou Chapter will host this get-together for all Ozark Society members at beautiful Lake Claiborne State Park, near Homer, Louisiana.  This is the same location as the 2018 Fall Meeting and we’re hoping that many members show up to enjoy fun activities and fellowship with other Ozark Society members.

Attendance by all Ozark Society members is encouraged – this is the meeting where officers are elected for the next two years.  Some key officers are retiring this year, so putting new officers in place will allow the Ozark Society to thrive into the future.  Plus, it’s a chance to meet members in other chapters and renew longtime friendships with chapter members who you don’t see very often.  There will be a $10 per person registration fee which will include a Saturday morning ham, egg and biscuit breakfast and a commemorative bandana.


The park offers 10 glamping sites – which are tents already set up on wooden platforms, plus 10 premium campsites, 67 improved campsites, 2 unimproved campsites and a primitive camping area.  There are also 10 cabins that each sleep up to 8 people.

A big plus for this park is that anyone over the age of 62 gets free admittance to the park!

Please contact the park soon to make your reservations at (318)-927-2976

Then, pack up and leave for home.  Safe travels and looking forward to seeing you in October.  If you have any questions of need additional information, please contact Sandy Roerig or Marian Howard