The Harlan County Sheriff’s Office Arson Task Force and the State Fire Marshal’s Office are investigating the cause of the fire that destroyed the Harlan Country Club Clubhouse on Sunday. The fire began around 2 a.m. The Martins Fork and Sunshine fire departments responded. Harlan city firefighters and Emergency Management Director David McGill also assisted. They were able to contain the fire to the one building. The superintendent, Tim Greene, and his mother were reportedly in the building when it caught fire, and were able to escape with minor injuries. The building was very old. It was designed by architect Sye Simonton in 1940. Some club members on the scene Sunday morning said they plan to rebuild the clubhouse. David Broderick, with the State Fire Marshal’s Office, said Monday night that he would release a report on the fire today. Harlan Country Club Public Relations Director Eugene Farmer said the facilities are still open for public use Monday through Sunday. He said cart rental is also available.