HRC Annual Meeting  Tuesday, November 30th, 2021.

The club will open at 5:30pm. Only the voting member of the Club is eligible to attend. The meeting begins at 6:00pm sharp; Ballot voting ends at 6:10pm. Reservations are requested for those attending the annual meeting. Dinner served immediately after the meeting.

Financial Statements for the years ended August 2021

Bourbon Tasting

Board Candidates for 2021

Paul Oleszkowicz

Paul Oleszkowicz

Board Candidate

I have been an enthusiastic member of the Huron River Club for over 20 years. Throughout our membership, my wife, Peggy and I have enjoyed many evenings with family and friends. We have created countless happy memories of Friday Night Flips, the President’s Ball, Holiday Parties and wine dinners. The Club has become one of our favorite spots to celebrate special milestones.

Peggy and I recently retired and are enjoying the adventure of transitioning from hectic work schedules to our new and plentiful freedom. Up until retiring, I have held various positions including Distribution Manager for an industrial supplier, ISO 9001 Quality Manager, Facilities Manager and Capital Improvement Project Manager. Additionally, I served on our Homeowners Association Board and the Akzo Nobel Site Leadership team. I would consider it an honor to be a member of the Board and I am eager to become more actively involved with the Club.

As a member of the club, I understand and promote the importance of the continuation of our rich traditions and unique environment, while also embracing change that supports the sustainability of the Club for all current and new members to enjoy into the future.

Trevor Duke

Trevor Duke

Board Candidate

I am proud to be a third-generation member of the club, and am happy to still be in the area, and spending time with friends and family at the club.

Growing up in Farmington Hills, and then attending Hillsdale College, I did move away for 9 years as I founded First Mate Yacht Care, based in Northern Michigan and Fort Lauderdale. Selling that business, I returned home 6 years ago, and work at the Thomas Duke Company, as a Commercial Property Manager. We are active in the area, and Farmington locals will know of the Groves Center redevelopment on Grand River as a contribution of the company; our office is just up the street at Grand River/ Halsted. I am active in the industry, also serving on the Board of BOMA (Building Owner and Manager Assoc.) as well as in the community, on the Board of the Detroit Achievement Academy, a charter school in Detroit, as well as serving on multiple minor committees elsewhere.

I am a great fan of all the tradition of the Club, and I hope that my experience running a business, running boats, or running buildings can contribute to steering the club, and retaining everything that the Members love, while still growing. Though I recognize I am a younger (until recently Junior) Member, having been going to the club for the last 30yrs has ingrained in me how it is, and how it should be. I believe that our formal, exclusive organization has a lot of personality that we must respect and maintain. Our atmosphere and allure is timeless, that is our greatest strength, and we need to lean in to our core characteristics. I also believe that we can grow membership, with other young professionals lining up to join if we can finesse how we market, approach, and onboard them.

Voting has officially closed. If you have any questions, please call the office