Friday Club reaches 100 years - and counting
The year was 1914. A small group of Cloquet women decided to get together on Fridays to study home economics after an itinerant book salesmen came to town and sold them a book on the subject. All it took was one particularly dull session on the subject of milk, however, for the ladies to retrench and broaden their scope to include education, culture and civic activities. And hence, the Women's Friday Club of Cloquet was born.
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