Jim James dreamed of a place that the alcoholic and
their family could visit that was similar to a country
club, but was free from alcohol. That dream came true in
the 101 Club. It is a rural recreational setting on 80
acres of land, allowing the alcoholic and their family
to learn to laugh and play together.
The Jim James Memorial 101 Club provides camping with
tent space, swimming pools, horseshoe pits, softball
tournaments, pot-luck dinners, badminton, fishing,
paddle boating, dances, a concession stand and much
opportunity for fellowship. WFC also runs a Bingo game
every Sunday afternoon to help support the club.
One of the last things Jim James created, was a cemetery
at the 101 Club. His wish was that no alcoholic, no
matter how poor, would have to be buried in a pauper's
grave. Instead, he could be buried by his friends and
with his friends.
The 101 Club
Vision includes disc golf, prayer tepees, additional
softball fields, RV camping spots, shower house,
amphitheater and much more. There are no pets allowed.