Posts for October, 2012
The life of Don "Red" Roskopf was celebrated September 30th, 2012 at the Golf Club at Camelot in Lomira. Red took on many leadership roles across Waukesha County and beyond, and many residents and other connections from Waukesha County contributed to a remarkable attendance for this historical event. There were over 160 people in attances with even a greater number responding in regrets of not having been able to have attended.
A big part of Red's life was dedicated and focused in his affinity for non-profit, charitable, philanthropic, and otherwise volunteer capacities and organizations. The Wisconsin State Polka Boosters were very please with how Camelot and the attendees gave warm reception to the committment towards the Wisconsin State Dance that is Polka as well as other ethnic and cultural aspect revolving around the genre. Many great events continue to talk place towards this love that Red had towards what the eventfullness of polka brought to his life and those around him: www.wisconsinpolkaboosters.com
The Golf Club at Camelot continues to welcome folks from all around the Living Lake Country areas and beyond around this great state of Wisconsin to stop into the haven with hospitality that just can't quite be experienced anywhere else. Camelot draws people on an interstate level as it did Sept. 30th with a group from OH partaking in Red Roskopf Day.
Lions Clubs International was well represented at the Camelot galla including Lions providing free diabetes screening to all patronage that was out there also enjoying fantastic fall weather.
The Packer Victory was obviously icing on the cake.
If there is anything that shows to be appealing about the Red Roskopf connections, please let us know by emailing email@example.com or calling Kurt @ 262-720-7031. We enjoy feedback and are happy to help your undertakings in any and every way that we can.
Check out Red's Community Legacy: http://www.bigtent.com/groups/
This comes as an outcome to this past Sunday Sept. 30th 2012. Lions Clubs International, The Wisconsin State Polka Boosters, Knights of Columbus, American Diabetes Association, Aurora Pharmacies, Walgreen's Pharmacy, Moraine Park Technical College, diabetes educators, doTERRA, Food Pantry of Dodge County, St. Vincent de Paul, Dr. Hundt of Pewaukee, Gilda Club, and others participated in a mini-health fair, fundraiser, dinner/lunch social, and golf outing combination before Red's Packer Party at the Golf Club at Camelot. This has evolved into Red Roskopf Day for which the details for 2013 are being worked out at this time.
All individuals and groups are welcome to approach us on participating in this. The Community Group link above: http://www.bigtent.com/groups/
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please contact Kurt Roskopf: 262-720-7031
Gourmet Chicken Specially Prepared by Rupena's Fine Foods
Children: $4.50 in advance $4.75 at the door
Adults: $9.00 in advance $9.50 at the door
Plenty of Seating
Raffle - Big LCD TV
Proceeds to the Community Service Fund
With Marquette Madness rapidly approaching on Oct. 12, GoMarquette.com will debut a daily feature leading up to the event in an effort to help MU fans prepare for the season-opening event at the Al McGuire Center.
GoMarquette.com's features will include an advance look at the team introduction video, Madness T-shirt and the men's team's special surfboard, which will be delivered by the Maui Invitational. The Golden Eagles will also release a pair of commercials, including a glimpse into the squad's offseason activities.
Marquette Madness begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening shortly before the official start of the night's festivities.
Many may not think about what a Water Ski Club may have to do now when it is so cold and even getting some nasty weather, but the Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club, Inc. operates as a year-round commitment towards putting on the best possible presentation starting Memorial Day as possible. As part of this undertaking, the Club holds monthly meetings at the Sandbar Sports Pub in the Chill level with one of the group rooms.
The group is a 501c3 organization and relies on the public to determine the level of support into the family-friendly pastime and entertainment. This is the time of year that the Club moves to make major shaping on what will be possible in the following year. Based on what the membership is able to acomplish in the next half of a year will determine what is provided in the show come Memorial Day.
The monthy meetings are routinely the 1st Sunday of every month at 6:30. The up and coming meeting from the time this blog posting was submitted would be this Sunday, Nov. 4th @ 6:30 Sandbar Sports Pub Chill level group room.
If you can make it to this meeting, please do let us know.
The Club is fortunate to have a good base of water skiing talent which has made the last couple of years absolutely remarkable for the last couple of years. This puts the Club pretty comfortable on having the skiers needed to put on a high-caliber show each week, and some weeks multiple times. Anyone thinking that they would be tremendously dedicated and amazing to the team of skiers is welcomed to inquire with the Show Director or Membership Director towards assessing possibilities and limitations with that as trying towards a skiing position.
The area with more room for growth with this Club is in the area of non-skiing members. The Club very much welcomes volunteers who don't expect to ski but would enjoy being a part of this Club socially throughout the year as well as regularly pitching in to take care of the many elements existing to run this expansive organization.
The areas for volunteers can be like costumes, script production, music coordination, sound system, transportation for trailers and other equipment, work days, event coordination, boat teams, ropes, pier, and more.
Again, feel free to learn more and stay connected to the Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club. We appreciate any and all support you can provide towards 2013.
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