Saginaw's Fordney Club
has a proud history.
Our club was founded in 1923 by 70 prominent businessmen. The Fordney Club received its name from the Honorable Joseph W. Fordney who served in the House of Representatives from 1899 to 1923. Recognized as one of the Country's leaders, Congressman Fordney was Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. He was named the Club's first honorary member.
We currently meet every other Tuesday. Come and join us. Call Nathan Collison, Membership Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the invitation.
Fordney Club Mission Statement
The mission of the Fordney Club is to support education, youth athletics, and the general community welfare by action, word, and deed.
Fordney Club Preamble (excerpt)
Whereas, it is the duty of each person engaged in any business or profession to promote their business and social enterprise, and in so doing, to put forth effort and time in the promotion of the general community welfare; and whereas, more good can be accomplished by the promotion and support of charitable purposes through united rather than individual effort; therefore, we business and professional persons of Saginaw, Michigan, believing that such an organization will promote the welfare of all the residents of greater Saginaw, hereby unite ourselves in a non-profit, charitable organization.
Tom Galonska's Surf and Turf - 1/24/2017.
Jason Kutchinski’s Swiss Steak dinner 1/10/2017.
Induction of the Fordney Club into the Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame this past Sunday, November 6th , at Horizons Conference Center
2016 Gary McMall Benefit Golf Outing
John Morey nails a drive at Swan Valley Golf Course
during this year’s Gary McMall Benefit Golf Outing
Fordney 300 Golf Outing 2016
The team of Nathon Wilson, Gavin Wilson, Nick DuRussel, and Brent Davis won the Fordney 300 this year.
City of Saginaw Fire Department Recognition
Earlier this year we donated (2) I-Pads to the City of Saginaw Fire Department. These devices would help the Firefighters with quicker response time to fires, through GPS maps to the fire and also a program that details any contaminants or high risk materials in the building that is on fire. The Fordney Club was recognized last week at their annual meeting. This donation fell under the club’s Good Works donation, which helps or benefits the Saginaw community.
We received a nice plaque from the City of Saginaw Fire Department and also, a certificate of recognition from State Senator Ken Horn and State Representative Vanessa Guerra!