Saturday, November 19th
Centennial Community Center in Stetsonville, Wis
Pig Roast Served at 5 pm – Ten Gun Drawing 8 pm
RAFFLES ALL NIGHT: more guns, hunting equipment, ladies raffle, paddle wheel and more.
DELICIOUS PIG ROAST: Cheesy potatoes, coleslaw, beans, dessert and more. Enjoy buffet style home-cookin’ for a good reason! Proceeds go toward local outdoor recreation projects and youth outdoors education.
$6,000 Ten Gun Drawing
1. Henry Big Boy 44 Mag. Octagon Barrel
2. Savage 555 12 ga. O/U
3. Browning A-Bolt III Hunter .270 Win
4. CZ Mallard Silver 20 ga. O/U
5. Savage Axis 7MM08 Muddy Girl
6. Mossberg Patriot .30-06 Lam. Stainless
7. Savage Axis XP .308 Camo with Scope
8. Ruger 10/22 Stainless
9. High Point .45 Pistol Laser Scope
10. Savage 320 Youth 20 ga.
Tickets: 1/$5 • 3/$10 • 10/$20
Winners are awarded gun OR 75% of that gun purchase price. Prizes pictured here are stock images from the manufacturers. Actual prizes will have slight variations from advertised images. Need not be present to win. R0022238a-11831
Hunters: Set your sights on a night of fun, food & prizes!
All CWRC members were invited to the Chequamegon Wildlife and Recreation Club Annual Membership Banquet on Saturday, January 23, 2016. The banquet was held in Stetsonville at the Centennial Community Center. All members are eligible for a door prize including a long list of firearms and many other great donated items.
Every year, CWRC gives two scholarships to any PAID member or member’s child continuing their education. To apply, simply fill out the form at the end of the spring newsletter and mail it to CWRC, W11114 County Rd M, Medford, WI 54451. Scholarships are awarded after successful completion of at least one semester and proof of continuing enrollment. Previous recipients are no longer eligible.
Applications must be postmarked or delivered to club secretary by May 31st in the year you are applying.
Senior Citizen Fishing Day was held Saturday, August 1, 2015 at the Perkinstown Pavilion by the Kathryn Lake boat launch. Seniors look forward to this day all year and they let us know it! Thank you to the volunteers, both members and community-minded folks, who keep this event strong.
If you are interested in assisting with our upcoming Senior Fishing Day, please contact us.
Chequamegon Wildlife and Rec Club members gathered for a work day at the Kathryn Lake Boat Launch and Perkinstown Park to make improvements and maintain various recreations areas including the path to the handicap fishing pier and swimming beach, the boat launch parking lot, the grill at the pavilion and the pavilion structure.
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Along the path to the pier and swimming beach, members installed a new culvert. The 276’ path was resurfaced with gravel to allow better access to the handicap fishing pier, particularly during CWRC’s Senior Fishing Day. Paver bricks were installed around grill at park.
Later in the fall, the pavilion was repaired by club members/building contractors to fix stability issues. This should ensure use for many years to come.
To make this project possible, members brought in a donated the use of their own equipment including skidsteer loader, tractor backhoe and dump truck. Not to mention all the rakes and shovels and elbow grease put into this maintenance project.
Lunch and drinks were be provided by the club. Thank you everyone who was involved!