April 2019 Emails

Wisconsin Snobirds

April 1, 2019

to Snobirds

  • Wednesday, April, 3rd's Breakfast is at Hazel's Nook in Gulf Shores. Breakfast is at 8:30 and is a Buffet w/ Omelet Bar.
  • Signing up for Easter Dinner can be done at any of the remaining breakfast or by e-mailing me. Easter we will gather for a social at 12:30 and we will eat at 2:00. We furnish the ham, you need to bring a pass around dish and any beverage of your choice. We will have coffee available.
  • Summer Luncheons: Here is the tentative schedule for our summer luncheons. I will be e-mailing more information for each months gathering, as we get closer to each month.

May: Mid Valley Golf Course, May 15th Appleton Mike Gordee

June: Indianhead Golf Course, Mosinee. Patti Calderaro Contact person is Patti Calderaro (715) 581-0070.

July: Mike McIvor is working on a date to tour the Leinenkugel Brewery. He is also looking for a restaurant and golf course. He is still in AL for another week so hasn't been able to firm up any date yet. Contact Mike McIvor (651) 253-1259.

August: Tom Donovan is working on a lunch at the Ground Round and a boat ride on the Fox River in Oshkosh. His contact information is donovan@newrr.com and (920) 379-6482.

September: Working on setting up a luncheon at Railroad Museum in Green Bay. Rated one of the top Railroad Museum in America

October: Edgewater Golf Course, October 2, 2019. Contact Ken Roesler, loken40@gmail.com or phone (715) 370-3230.

  • You may want to check our web site for pictures of our March 13th Mtg. There is pictures of The Swearing in of Club Officers. Presentation of a $1,000 scholarship to Brianna Ennis. Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo director, Dr. Adam Langston excepting two checks, one is for the "BUILDYOUR ZOO" program, where our name and year will be engraved into a deck board. The second check is the remainder of the profit from our recent Zoo Fun Day. Kay Truettle,guest speaker Director of Operation at Mary' Shelter.
  • Follow up on the "BUILDYOURZOO" program, the deck board is going to be part of the over 3,000 feet of wood decking and bridge walkways that will wind their way through the entire zoo.