Indian Lake Community Club Kings & Queens
The tradition of choosing a King and Queen, from teenagers living in the lake began in 1927. Except for a few years, a royal couple reigned each summer. During World War II the titles were changed to Mr. Victory and Miss Liberty. In 1944, a bathing beauty contest was held instead of a king and queen election, since there were not many young men available.
In 1947, the members were eager to pick up where they left off and another royal couple was elected.
It is a weekend full of tradition that
all lake members are invited to enjoy!
In recent years, the royal couple have been typically high school seniors and are selected by a vote, of all the lake members, conducted on Fun Weekend. Several weeks later, a royal celebration is held which lasts all weekend. It starts with the official coronation, and party, on Friday night. Then on Saturday, there is a semi-formal themed royal ball. This is followed on Sunday afternoon by a car parade around the lake typically followed by a picnic.
King & Queen 2023
"Run for the Roses"
July 28th - 7:00pm
open to all members
July 29th - 7:00pm
Tickets are $12 if purchased on
Thursday 7/27 and Friday 7/28
$15 members - $18 non-resident guests
if purchased Saturday 7/29 at the door
Open to all Indian Lake Community Club members and their non-resident guests who will be entering tenth grade and older.
Cash bar for those 21 and older, DJ, dancing, and light snacks will be served. Dress is semi-formal.
Royal Parade & Picnic**
July 30th - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
**Potluck for all members
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*ILCC King & Queen Ball Regulations:
Members must be entering their sophomore year of high school to attend
All members entering their sophomore, junior, and senior years of high school must have a PARENT chaperone present for the duration of the Ball ...