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September Packer game viewing parties

Bill Cammack will once again reserve places in the bar area at Cody’s, Lake Sumter Landing, for our  Wisconsin Club members. However, you MUST let Bill know you are joining the party. E-mail him at billcammack@hotmail.com, call or text 312-304-7757 within 2 days of the game to reserve your spot. It’s important to RSVP so Bill has an accurate count for Cody’s manager.

And – this is new – please wear your Wisconsin Club badge to ensure that your seat is not taken by someone else who is not in our Club. Coming up this month:  9/15 vs. Vikings and 9/22 vs. Broncos. Kick-off at 1 p.m.
Debbie Hall has graciously volunteered to run the pool on game days once more. Take a chance; you may be lucky! 


September 28 – The combined Wisconsin Clubs golf scramble

 The combined Wisconsin clubs golf scramble is $2 per person at Saddlebrook & Hawks Bay golf courses. It's a social event so come, play, and get to know others with Wisconsin connections. A free pitcher of beer or soda is given to each couple. Small prizes are awarded for closest to the pin for men & women & lowest combined foursome. Foursomes are picked at random. Couples are kept together. Final instruction are given at the course.

Thank you to Marilyn Butenof for once again coordinating this enjoyable event for our Club. Sign up on September 16. 


October 21 – Octoberfest

 Tickets are $15 for members, $20 for guests (there was a cost mistake in the last newsletter). Get your tickets from Roxanne Evans at revans1947@hotmail.com or (352) 561-6079 at the September meeting or Packer viewing parties.

Menu includes Johnsonville brats (of course), beans, salads, dessert, and German beer. Ron the Music Man is back – lederhosen and all – with music to celebrate in style.

Tickets must be purchased in advance; no sales at the door 

November 18 – Music with Mike & Terrie

Mike and Terrie are singers/performers having more fun than the law allows! Get your dancing shoes on! Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.


Christmas Party

 Music Remembrance Trio will entertain us with sacred and popular Christmas songs, holiday trivia, name that tune contests, and more. This will be a fun, interactive evening.

Dinner (roast beef and chicken) will be catered by Lil Bitts Catering. Get your tickets at the September meeting or from Roxanne Evans at revans1947@hotmail.com or (352) 561-6079.

Cost is $35 per person for members; $40 for non-members and guests. 
 


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Casino Night

 Casino Night – It’s a fundraiser for the Stanton-Weirsdale School scheduled for March 21.  So far we have DVDs from Wisconsin Public Television and Milwaukee  Public Television, wine, and books as prizes for the big winners. The  more you “gamble,” the better your chances for winning! 

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Day Trips

 

Join fellow Club members on Friday, November 15 in Orlando for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, dinner, and re-enactment of that fateful night. Depart Lake Sumter Landing at 5:00 p.m., arrive back at 11:30 p.m. Cost is $94/person.


Or Saturday, December 7 for the Singing Christmas Trees – matinee and lunch buffet. Christmas classics featuring a huge choir, full orchestra, dance, drama, and a display of 250,000 lights. Depart Lake Sumter Landing at 10:00 a.m., arrive back around 5:30 p.m. Cost is $96/person.


If you are interested in either of these trips, contact Roxanne Evans at revans1947@hotmail.com or 352-561-6079. We will also have a sign-up sheet at our September meeting.

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WI Club Open Game Night

 Join other Club members on the 4th Monday of every month, 6:00 p.m., Bacall Rec Center on Canal Street. It’s open to any card games. BYOB and snacks. Questions? Call Judy Cimbalnik at 262-391-9869.
 

Sheepshead Card Night
Every Tuesday, 6:00 p.m., Colony Cottage Rec Center. If you are interested, please contact Hal Baumann at hal.baumann2018@gmail.com or 352-259-6552 by Saturday before Tuesday night so he will know if there are enough players for a table. It’s is 25-50-75 table.
 

Last month I asked if you knew what a sheepshead is. The first correct answer (a fish) came from Pat Tomchek. Congratulations on winning complimentary dues for 2020!