Ulen Country ClubThe Henry C. Ulen Foundation
Ulen Country ClubThe Henry C. Ulen Foundation
The Henry C. Ulen Foundation, named for the founder and benefactor of Ulen Country Club and the Town of Ulen, was incorporated in the state of Indiana as a charitable, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) entity on September 22, 2010. It is a separate and distinct legal entity from Ulen Country Club and the Town of Ulen and is governed by its own Board of Directors with its own set of Bylaws.
The Henry C. Ulen Foundation’s primary purpose is to preserve, maintain and enhance the historical integrity and significance of Ulen Country Club, its historic clubhouse and golf course, and the Town of Ulen, all listed in 2015 on the National Register of Historic Places.
Ulen C.C. and the Town of Ulen may both be assisted through Foundation grant requests for capital projects which are approved by the Henry C. Ulen Foundation’s Board of Directors. Approved grants enhance Ulen Country Club and the Town of Ulen for members, potential members, and Ulen residents. Listing on the National Register of Historic Places also provides many state and federal opportunities for specific preservation incentives, grants, and benefits.
The Foundation has been funded by individual and corporate grants. The benefits of donating to The Henry C. Ulen Foundation include tax deductible donations for the donor, funding for maintenance and updating of Ulen Country Club that the membership would otherwise be required to fund, and other projects within the Town of Ulen.
Donations can be made via a member’s monthly club bill, by credit card, or by check made to the Henry C. Ulen Foundation at 100 Country Club Drive, Lebanon, IN 46052.
Further questions about the Henry C. Ulen Foundation may be directed to any of its Board of Directors: Kent Frandsen, president; Pete Obremskey, vice president; Josh Kammerer, treasurer; Sally Tanselle, secretary; Janet Dollard, Randy Francis, Mary Anne Herny, Kerry Kries, Anne Patterson, and Chip Werry.
Henry C. Ulen Foundation Board
Henry C. Ulen Stories
The Henry C. Ulen file contains historical anecdotes, incidents, and attributes of Henry C. Ulen, founder of Ulen Country Club and the Town of Ulen. Presented by The Henry C. Ulen Foundation.
Click on any story to read more about the Club founder by Club members and Ulen residents.
Ulen File April, May 2017 — Ulen file Aug. Sep. 2017 — Ulen file June, July 2017 — Ulen File, American Magazine 2 — Ulen File, American Magazine, 1 — Ulen File, Apr. May 2018 — Ulen File, Dec. 2017 — Ulen File, Feb. Mar. 2018 — Ulen File, Oct., Nov. 2017 — Ulen File American Magazine 3
Since 2015, more than $200,000 has been used for improvements to the club and community. However, we anticipate that as much as $500,000 t0 $600,000 more will be needed within the next 5 years.
The Impact of Your Gift
Historical Preservation and Community Support
Century-old buildings require regular investment. Your donations help us maintain the Ulen Country Club buildings, as well as its grounds, workspaces, dining facilities and golf course. Listing on the National Register of Historic Places also provides many state and federal opportunities for specific preservation incentives, grants, and benefits.
Recent building projects have included roof repairs, clubhouse carpeting, and bathroom, kitchen and bar renovations. The Foundation has also contributed to installation of new trees, bunkers and driving range mats for the golf course. Foundation funding has also been used to help UCC employees, through installation of new computer servers, software, and training.
HCUF also provides some financial assistance to the Town of Ulen for improvements to its utilities, roads, resident services and events. Earlier this year, the Foundation purchased, installed and celebrated the dedication of a new historical marker near the entrance to the clubhouse. Funds are also currently being provided for the installation of parking lot lights and streetlights along Country Club Boulevard.
Projects You Designate
If you prefer to see your gift used for a specific project, your donation can be earmarked for that purpose. Let us know what you’d like to see accomplished.
If you have an idea for a larger project, the Foundation invites proposals for grant requests from any member of the community. Grants must be approved by the HCUF Board of Directors.
Ways to Give
Individual donations can be made via a Ulen Country Club member’s monthly club bill, by credit card, or by check made to:
The Henry C. Ulen Foundation
100 Country Club Drive
Lebanon, IN 46052.
The Foundation also gratefully accepts donations that are part of your planned charitable giving.
- Gifts of Stock
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Life Insurance
- Qualified Charitable Distributions from your IRA. You may be eligible to make a tax-free qualified charitable donation directly to HCUF. If you are at least 70.5 years old, A donation of up to $100,000 can be counted toward your annual required minimum distribution, lowering your tax liability each year.
Always consult your tax advisor as you plan your donations.
Further questions about the Henry C. Ulen Foundation may be directed to any of its Board of Directors:
- Kent Frandsen, President, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pete Obremskey, Vice President, email@example.com
- Josh Kammerer, Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sally Tanselle, Secretary, email@example.com
- Janet Dollard, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kerry Kries, email@example.com
- Chip Werry, Chipwerry@gmail.com
- Mary Ann Herny, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Randy Francis, email@example.com
- Anne Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: The Ulen Country Club application to the National Register of Historic Places contains valuable architectural and cultural information about the Town of Ulen and Ulen Country Club.
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100 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE
LEBANON, IN 46052