Welcome to the Wisconsin Snobird Club Website

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Membership note: WISCONSIN SNOBIRD CLUB by-laws state "to become a Wisconsin Snobird you or your partner has had to at sometime lived in Wisconsin". In the case of a couple only one has had to live in the state.

The 2024 Snowbird season will be here before you can say "make mine a beach condo" and the Wisconsin club has lots of activities for members to enjoy.  Check out the photos and the calendar of group meetings. We participate in many fundraisers, potluck/picnic meals and of course golf and card playing.


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2024 registration Tom Chestnut, our Membership Chairperson asks that if in the last two years you changed your mailing address or if you gave a street address on your registration form but get your mail at a Post Office Box that you send the correct information to Tom now so that the packet gets to you.  As in the past we will mail the packets via 3rd class mail to save money, however if the address is wrong the mail is NOT forwarded which means that you will NOT receive your Registration Packet.

"If you registered and paid your dues in 2023, you do not have to register or pay dues for 2024.  The members who did not register and pay dues in 2023, will receive a 2024 Registration packet in the mail."(you should have received this packet by snail mail in early September)

If you registered and paid dues in 2023 and you sent a self addressed stamped envelope with your dues, you can use that 2023 membership card in your lanyard in 2024 (the only ones printed last year in order to save money).  If you did not or do not send a self addressed envelope your name tags will all have 2024 on them in Alabama. Membership Chair Tom Chestnut at tac.smc.14@gmail.com [262-514-2932]. If you need the form and information you can download the documents by clicking on each of these links and saving the file(s) to your computer:

  1. 2024 Registration Letter and forms (5 pages, PDF file)
  2. 2023-24 Calendar (1-page PDF file); the Google calendar below has been updated.

Print and fill out the Registration and the Survey forms and mail the forms and your payment ($4.00 payable to Wisconsin Sno-Bird Club) to Tom Chestnut, 906 Augusta, Waterford, WI 53185

Send email to the Webmaster if you have trouble downloading the files


Anyone interested in joining a golf group and taking advantage of discounted golf rates in the Gulf Shores area from January through March is welcome to join the SeaChase Golf Group.  (You do not have to be staying at the SeaChase Condominium in order to be a member of the group.)  This is not a league, just recreational golf with an option to get to know fellow snowbirds at the 19th hole following the round.  The Organizer schedules the teetime groups throughout the schedule.  No money is collected in advance with green fees paid directly at the golf course.  Ten different courses in the Gulf Shores area are on the schedule so there is a variety of courses to choose from.  If you have a group that wants to play together, normally that is easily accommodated.  If not, the Organizer will combine golfers to form foursomes.  No one is obligated to play any specific dates.  You will be provided the schedule with the quoted rates and you will have the opportunity to select the courses/dates you would like to play.  Some dates do fill up on a first come, first served basis, so the sooner you contact the Organizer, the better for you.  Additional details on the process to get on the teesheet are available to anyone interested.  As an aside, there are a number of couples in the group.  If you would like to join the group or would like additional information please contact:

Randy Oswald
(920) 680-3440


(Posted 3/13/2023)  This year's  Wisconsin Snobird Club $1,000.00 scholarship winner is Cameron Cooper. Cameron is a senior at Gulf Shores High School. He will be attending Huntington U. major in business. His plans are to return to the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach area and start a business. His preference in businesses is a fishing charter business.  He will be formally awarded his scholarship on April 26th at the scholarship presentation at the school. 

Pictured with Cameron are Wisconsin scholarship committee members Jim Keoppen and Judi Pugh and Caeron's mother.


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