Here are the rules and the entry form for the Bass Tournament. Remember to get yours sent in today to reserve your launch position! If you have any questions please contact us and we will be happy to answer them. Let’s make this the best year yet! https://www.facebook.com/CMNCarlyleBassTournament/timeline
The Kelly Miller Circus will return to the Clinton County Fairgrounds in Carlyle, Illinois!
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Times: Shows at 4:30 and 7:30
Children (under 12) $6
Advance tickets available at:
First National Bank-Carlyle & Aviston
GTSB-Beckemeyer & Bartelso
Flowers By Tess-Carlyle
Learn more about the Kelly Miller Circus by visiting their website: http://www.kellymillercircus.com/
The Nov. 5th Chamber Business After Hours hosted a good crowd — despite the dreary weather and other events that evening!! Thank you to everyone who attended – your engagement in our effort makes a difference in so many ways!
McConauchie Manor Farm has been very busy preparing for a wonderful set of family-friendly fall events. David and Lynette Mooth of Carlyle, Illinois have worked with family and friends to bring the Carlyle Lake area a unique new family activity. Featuring 4 acres with two Corn Mazes!! Visit them online for details: mcmanor.com
Bass Federation Northern Divisional Tournament will be taking place September 9th, 10th & 11th 2015. This event is presented by Ranger Boats and will be hosted by The Illinois Bass Federation, Steve Tatum, and the City of Carlyle. Weigh-ins begin daily at 3:00pm.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Carlyle Lake Chamber Brunch held on June 23rd! We also sincerely thank our sponsors: Covered in Chocolate Deli & Desserts, who provided a delicious brunch buffet and Mariner’s Village who provided their wonderful conference center, friendly staff and beverages. The generous contributions of our sponsors and participation of our members and other supporters directly contribute to the overall success of Chamber events!
A new map of 11 designated paddle trails has recently been released by the Army Corps of Engineers. Each location is categorized based on ability: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Among the locations are the West Branch Trail, Coles Creek Branch Trail and the Old River Channel.