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Lodge History
A Brief History of F.O.P. In Clark County, Kentucky
The present Lodge's name is Winchester ~ Clark County F.O.P. Lodge #34, Inc.  It was established on April 13, 1976.  There were 23 members who signed the open charter.  The first Executive Board of our Lodge consisted of:
President ~ Glen Spivey
Vice-President ~ Harold Embs
Secretary ~ Edward Wilson
Treasurer ~ Edward Wilson
Conductor ~ Bob Jones
Guard ~ Roy Wasson
State Trustee ~ George Mayberry
Chaplain ~ Larry Lawson
Presently Lodge #34 has 64 members, is located 1/2 mile outside of Winchester on Old Muddy Creek Road.  The Lodge is 3000 square feet on top of a hillside on 5.2 acres of land with a commanding view of the countryside.  Also on the property is located a 1140 square picnic shelter complete with a bar and brick bar-b-que, all of which is enjoyed by the membership.
Prior to establishing Lodge #34 there existed, from September 1961 to October 1971, another F.O.P. Lodge in Clark County.  It's name was Winchester F.O.P. Lodge #18.  It apparently, from all indications, had it's charter revoked due to member apathy.
Today's Winchester ~ Clark County F.O.P. is alive, well and thriving.  Come visit and check us out.