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featured serrior - Lindsay Cloar

The amazing Lindsay Cloar is the featured serrior for the month of August. She works here as the aesthetics night lead and says that keeping the Club clean and fresh every day is a huge part of her job. We can tell how hard she works simply be seeing how squeaky clean the Club is! Her favorite part about her job is being able to work at her own pace and she also enjoys the peace and quiet of working in the night.

Lindsay didn’t always live here, even though she fits right in. She lived in Indiana for 32 years, moved to Michigan for 3 years and then to Grants Pass 3 years ago. Prior to working here, she volunteered in aesthetics for one year and she has now been employed at the Club for a year and 3 months. When she worked at River City RV here in town, part of her job included detailing the campers. She has also worked in merchandising and when she lived in Indiana she spent about 10 years in real estate.

In her spare time Lindsay makes fiber art. This means that she can crochet, knit or sew, weaving string or rope to make clothes or other items. She usually gives her art pieces away to family or friends and will occasionally make clothes for herself. Another thing that occupies her free time is her family. Lindsay has three children: a son Dominik (19) and a daughter Presley(16). They are both currently in the Army Reserves in Fort Knox Kentucky. Her youngest, Jackson(10), is living in Indiana.

When asked If she could have any job in the world, excluding her current job, she said that she would venture into archaeology, history or maybe even physics because she finds it fascinating. This would explain why she reads books in these fields just for fun. If it’s written by Stephen Hawking, or includes time fractals, then she’s interested!

Lindsay feels that the most challenging part of her job is “tackling surprises that come up through the night.” And that the most rewarding part of her job is creating a good environment for the members and delighting in the company of her co-workers.

Thank you, Lindsay, for all that you do! Your co-serriors greatly appreciate your presence and diligence in all that you do.

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