The Heart of Mazama


Mazama Pancake Breakfast Returns!

The World Famous Mazama Pancake Breakfast returns on Saturday, May 28th from 8am-11:30am. This is the Mazama Community Club's biggest fundraiser of the year and we need YOU to make it a success.  This will be a family event  with a Fun Run starting at 9 am by the Methow Trails kiosk.  The Kids course is about 1K and they will start first.  The Adult course is about 5mi. and takes place after the kids have cleared the course.  There is no advance registration; just show up and the organizers will get you started.  

The pickleball court and playground are also available if running is not your thing.  At 9:00, Dave Ford will  oversee rules and skills practice for beginners.  At 10am, he will offer drills and strategies for success to intermediate pickleball players.  At 11am, the pickleball games will begin!  Additional attractions are the Methow Trails piston bully, "Ginger"  and a fire truck from FD 6.  If you're wondering how the Mazama Hydrant Project is proceeding, you can ask the Fire District 6 representative.  

Breakfast (all you can eat pancakes, ham, fruit, juice, coffee or tea) costs $10 --- Kids 6 and under eat for FREE. Cash or checks only - no plastic accepted. Bring your friends and neighbors to join in the fun!  Seating is indoors, outdoors, and under Red's Shed - the new picnic shelter. 

If you'd like to become a Mazama Community Club member, the cost for a family membership is $30. Forms will be available at the cashier OR you can join via PayPal under the "Forms & Dues" tab now.

Mazama Community Club

2021 Annual Meeting

Wednesday, November 10th at 3 p.m.

The Mazama Community Club welcomes you to attend the Annual Fall Membership Meeting on Wednesday, November 10th at 3 p.m. It will be held outdoors at the Mazama Community Club, where we will serve hot drinks such as cocoa and tea. The purpose of the Annual Meeting is to pass new Bylaws which will allow the MCC to file with Washington state as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and apply for Federal 501(c)3 status. A second purpose is to elect Board members.

The Board of the Mazama Community Club has determined it is in the best interest of the organization to make application to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to convert our 501(c)4 Non-profit status to a 501(c)3 status. This will allow the Club to solicit and receive tax exempt contributions from our donors. In preparation for our 501(c)3 application, we have been advised that the organization’s Bylaws require some updates. Below are the proposed revised Bylaws for your information. The Board will be asking for a vote by MCC members to ratify these Bylaws at the Annual Meeting.

Questions in advance of the meeting may be directed to Claire Bunney.

   MCC Current Bylaws - Amended November 8, 2014 [pdf]