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Wilbert, Carl F. / History of the town of Mequon
([ca. 1990?])

North Shore Country Club

North Shore Country Club
The largest of the country clu-bs is the North Shore Country
Club. It is situated west and east of' the Range Line Road,
connected by an under the street passageway. It is an ?
acre plot north of the Donges Bay Road and is a portion
of the former holdings of the Weyenberg farms. This is
also a very pretty setting. It is now surrounded by very
substantial homes all ranging in value of $50,000.00. This
was promoted by a Mr. Forman, a wealthy investor and builder
who also promoted the Lac du Cours subdivision to the west
of the country club. This golf course is a 24 hole course,
the only course of this size in the vicinity.
River Oaks Country Club
The third country country club is situated north and west
of the Freistadt Road and is called River Oaks.   The club
building is also situated on a high spot in the entire area,
surrounded by a beautiful wooded area. The country club
a,, ^^o  1-course was first started as an entire project.
It wars then divided ind interest sold to several separate
oir    .    ,c I    rse, a subdivision owne.d and operated
by -ka'.ie Realty Cornuany, and a dinlng venture operated
by fvir. Hoffman. The subdivision was started by the Nordale
Ro. with the building4 of very nice homes  As time
passed, portions and lots were sold to different realtors,
builders with di~ferent ideas of architecture, which changed
the appearance of the layout. '2he subdivision part of the
venture is in the northern part of the layout. The golf

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