The Propellor Club started out in 1990 with 3 men meeting at the Walkerhouse on Wednesday at 4 pm this informal get together grew each week and today has over 265 names on the Propellor as members.
Today’s Propellor Club meetings are held in Pioneer Park on Wednesdays at 4 pm. Bring your own chair and mask and in inclement weather we will meet you at the Boat House.
Propellor Club Projects include:
In 1992 the group added Storm signal baskets and shed to Pioneer Park. Another project was to relocate the canons from The Museum to the Park.
The Propellor Club took over the maintenance of Pioneer park in 1996. The group through the years have built a storage shed to house the riding lawn mower, installed a sprinkler system and lots of work on the gardens and hedges.
The Propellor Club members have been helping with the Chantry Island Tours since the start and today helps with every aspect of the Tours to Chantry Island. Captains, Crew, Guides, Gardeners, Cleaners, and many other maintenance jobs like installing walkways and docks, keeping the boat in good repair and overall maintenance of Chantry Island.
The Park is located at the mouth of the Saugeen River where it meets Lake Huron. The park is the most picturesque Park in all of Saugeen Shores. Across the Saugeen River stands the Saugeen Front Range Light and is the backdrop for many wedding pictures.