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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE “GROW through life, don’t GO through life” ~ Eric Butterworth. Each experiJoyce E. Endres ence we gain as an American Department President Legion Auxiliary (ALA) member allows us to grow and share our experiences. The joy of a new birth! Congratulations to Adjutant David Kurtz and his wife Navy on the birth of their son, Arthur Alexander-Davy Kurtz. Dave, have you signed Arthur up as a member of the Sons of the American Legion (SAL)? Consider gift-

ing an ALA or SAL membership to your child or grandchild to help them better understand the meaning of patriotism, gain a renewed respect for our flag and honor the freedom our veterans earned for us. Junior and Senior members, long term, new and younger members are important to the foundation, growth and future of the ALA. Share Your Life! A dedicated Legionnaire, Department Chaplain Greg Simonis, is remembered for his love of God, country and family. Greg made the decision to donate his organs and shared the gift of life with over 60 people when he passed on. Sue Hargraves of the McFarland Unit wrote, “May Greg’s

family not be afraid to smile as this too is a part of healing.” Pass on Greg’s legacy of service, faith, love of family, and the gift of life. The joy of a renewed life! Our niece Mary, PDC Leo’s sister Mary Ann’s daughter-in law, received a kidney and pancreas transplant in early February. Her life is now diabetic-free for the first time since the age of two because an organ donor shared their life. The gift of rehabilitation! The Veterans Creative Arts Program provides rehabilitation therapy and allows recovering veterans to express their emotions and feelings through visual and performing arts. We had

help them through their grief, provides support with the help of unit members and pays their ALA dues if they ask to renew or join. Share your blessings and experiences with veterans, youth and citizens in your community to pass on our legacy of servicenot-self. Share news about how you and your unit have made a difference for God and country. When you share your blessings, you receive the gift of hugs and smiles, which completes the circle of fulfilling the ALA mission. Love, Hope, SMILE – Life is a beautiful gift!

the opportunity to view many visual art displays at Tomah, Minneapolis, and Zablocki VA Centers. I judged the Tomah VA Performing Arts competition and enjoyed other veteran performances at the Zablocki VA. Mark your calendar to attend the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival in Milwaukee on November 2, 2014. Details will be provided as they become available. March is Community Service month. Involvement with your community grows ALA awareness. Past Department President Violet Feldmann supports her community through outreach to local Gold Star Mothers. She asks them how she can

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At the annual 6th District Americanism Banquet in Oshkosh, Char Kiesling was presented the American Legion Auxiliary 6th District’s Certificate of Appreciation. This award is in recognition for outstanding service and assistance which contributed to the advancement of Auxiliary programs and activities

or tray favors. Any member can help with Poppy distribution or other projects. Ask new members to recruit friends for membership or sign up a daughter or granddaughter. They don’t need to live in Wisconsin. Did you read about the incentives for members in the last Wisconsin? Any Auxiliary member who signs up a new 2014 Senior or Junior member has a chance to win $25.00 at the Department Convention in July. Just submit a completed entry form for every NEW 2014 member you recruited to Department Headquarters by June 13, 2014 to be eligible.

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CHAPLAIN’S CORNER Char Kiesling Department Chaplain Music Chairman Ph: (920) 725-0121 Email: charbabyrn@yahoo.com “Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far, and grace will bring me home.” With the passing of our dear Wisconsin American Legion Chaplain Greg Simonis on February 13, 2014, I would like to convey the American Legion Auxiliary’s deepest sympathy to Greg’s wife, Nancy, and his entire family. Chaplain Greg will surely be missed by both Legion and Auxiliary members. I wish I could have known him better, but those who did said he was a great Legionnaire – dedicated and inspirational. In keeping with Greg’s wishes, a Celebration of Life was held on March 1, 2014. For God and country, rest in peace. Lord God, in Your mercy, hear our prayer. Give courage and faith to all who are sorrowful. May they find strength and courage to meet the days ahead. May they be assured of Your presence, protection and the certain hope in Your promise of the joys of everlasting life. Amen. MUSIC…Eagle’s Wings (REFRAIN): And He will lift you up on eagle’s wings, Bear you on the breath of dawn, Make you to shine like the sun, And hold you in the palm of His hand. You who dwell in the shelter of the Lord, Who abide in His shadow for life, Say to the Lord: “My refuge, My rock in whom I trust!” (Refrain) The snare of the fowler will never capture you, And famine will bring you no fear Under His wings your refuge, His faithfulness your shield. (Refrain) You need not fear the terror of the night, Nor the arrow that flies by day; Though thousands fall about you, Near you it shall not come. (Refrain) For to His angels He’s given a command To guard you in all of your ways; Upon their hands they will bear you up, Lest you dash your foot against a stone. (Refrain)

To all who are hurting and in need of the Lord’s love and blessings, hear our prayers. NOTE: Please send me your prayers for President Joyce’s Prayer Book SOON!! Thank you.

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MISSION: In the spirit of Service, Not Self, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary is to support The American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad. For God and country, we advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism, good citizenship, peace and security.

GREETINGS FROM HEADQUARTERS Bonnie Dorniak Executive Secretary/Treasurer Ph: (608) 745-0124 Email: deptsec@amlegionauxwi.org Have you exhausted all efforts to increase membership in your Auxiliary Unit? If so, I’d like to share a small success story from Eau Claire Unit 53 and offer a fresh idea on how to recruit new members and rejuvenate current members! Instead of focusing on membership, Eau Claire Unit 53 is working the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary (see mission statement above). They accepted the task of making Camo Quilts and shower bags for the members of a deploying Wisconsin National Guard Unit. This is the biggest project the Auxiliary Unit has ever taken on but the members stepped up to the challenge, gave everything they had to make it a reality, and exceeded all expectations. At the time of this printing, the Unit is distributing the camo quilts and shower bags to the National Guard, so I’m hoping we will have pictures to share in the next issue. While the Auxiliary Unit was making the quilts and shower bags, they promoted their activities and the local newspaper

ran a full page article with pictures. Several positive things resulted from this publicity: 1) Two women called and asked to join the Auxiliary! 2) When the unit treasurer went to the bank, she was asked if the unit would set up a display in the bank lobby in May! 3) Another member was asked to set up a display at a large quilt show in Rice Lake to promote Auxiliary programs! This just goes to show that if people see the Auxiliary in action (who we are, what we do, and why it makes a difference), they will want to get or stay involved. Auxiliary members are encouraged to attend their district spring conference. This is a great time to learn more about the ALA, thank the district officers for all their hard work during the past year, and provide input as the district makes plans for the year ahead. Please see the schedule on page 3 for more information. There is still space available for the 2014 ALA Badger Girls State (ALABGS) session scheduled for June 15-20. Units interested in sponsoring a delegate should contact Carrie Thrasher at Department or their local high school to see if they have eligible junior students who wish to par-

ticipate. If your local high school doesn’t participate in the Girls State program, Units are encouraged to sponsor delegate(s) from another area. Department has a waiting list of young women who would like to attend ALABGS. It is discouraging when we have to turn people away due to lack of funds. 2015 Unit Membership Renewal Notice/Dues information is being mailed to Unit Presidents and Membership Chairmen in the next week or so. If you do not receive your information, please contact Andrea Stoltz at Department as soon as possible. Every unit is required to return the information form to Department no later than May 2, 2014. The minimum amount collected is $20 for senior members and $3 for junior members; units may charge more to offset costs of unit operations. The national organization will download member information on April 1st to generate the 2015 Membership Cards. Name and address changes that have not already been received at Department Headquarters will not be reflected on the 2015 cards. 2015 membership cards will be mailed to units after department convention.

CHILD WELFARE FOUNDATION Past National President Pearl Behrend is the Liaison to the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation (CWF) for the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Wisconsin. The Legion Family takes action because helping children matters. It matters so much to American Legion Auxiliary members that since CWF’s inception in 1954, we have contributed more than $9

million. We know our dollars count. The Child Welfare Foundation provides grants to child-serving organizations that support everything from childhood disease education and prevention to resources and research for military families. And that is why we give year after year. The American Legion handles the majority of the administrative costs for the foundation, so every dollar collected is entered

into the trust fund to be used for grants. We want every child to know that someone cares. Contributions to The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation should be made payable to “ALA-Wisconsin” and sent with a General Fund Suggested Donation Sheet (marking #4804-National Child Welfare Foundation) to: ALA-WI, P.O. Box 140, Portage, WI 53901.

CHILDREN & YOUTH Mary Petrie Children & Youth Chairman Ph: (920) 261-8161 Email: mmrtpetrie@charter.net Difference is defined as a change that has an effect. The American Legion Auxiliary has been making a difference since its inception in 1919. Now, 95 years later, its members continue to carry out that very same mission…In the spirit of service, not self, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary is to support The American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad. For God and country, we advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism, good citizenship, peace, and security. The purpose of the Children & Youth program is to protect, care for and support children and youth, particularly those of veterans’ families and military families.

At the beginning of the 2013-2014 year, suggestions were presented to accomplish that goal, including partnerships within and outside the Legion Family to identify and address children’s needs, implementation of public awareness events geared toward increasing community support, and encouragement to celebrate April’s Children & Youth Month and May’s National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Other action steps recommended support of the Child Welfare Foundation, distribution of child-related Legion brochures, promotion of Josh Dogs, G.I. Josh Dogs, and Klinger the Horse – all based on real animals telling their unique stories to children, and a reminder to watch for youth going above and beyond for the Youth Hero and Good Deed Awards. Advertisements and packaging on your favorite products have also been making a difference. Brawny Paper Towels has contributed over $1.4 million to Wounded Warriors over the last two years. JC Pen-

ney Cares rounded up to the nearest dollar to support Boys & Girls Clubs, 4-H and Adopt-a-Classroom, to name a few. Gordman’s partnered with the Anti-Defamation League on No Place for Hate, an anti-bullying campaign; Chili’s MoreHope has raised millions of dollars for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital; likewise, Kohl’s Cares has tallied millions of dollars for kids’ health and education initiatives through sales of Curious George books, stuffed animals, and cookbooks. These campaigns provide a quick and easy way to support our children. With watchful eyes and guiding hands, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary forges the path to a brighter tomorrow. Your willingness to Share Your Life is making a difference in fulfilling the hopes and dreams of our children. As Gems of Service, your spirit of Service, Not Self will continue to make those dreams come true!


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2014 District Spring Conferences Dist

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Location

Registration Time/Fee

Luncheon Cost

Make Check Payable to:

Send Check to:

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Deadline

#1

4/12/14

Union Grove Post 171 1027 New St., Union Grove

8:00-9:00 am *Fee & Lunch: $15.00

*Included in Fee

ALA Unit 171

Marcie Perez 1401 11th Ave. trlr #52 Union Grove, WI 53182

Marcie Perez: 262-878-1659 Chris Ertl: 414-461-4012

4/1/14

#2

4/26/14

Grafton Post 355 1540 13th Ave., Grafton

8:00-8:55 am Fee: $2.00

$10.00

Ozaukee County ALA

Judy Kuta 1742 11th Avenue Grafton, WI 53024

Judy Kuta: 262-377-8613 Linda Faas: 262-375-1833

4/18/14

#3

4/12/14

Richland Community Center 1050 N. Orange St., R C

8:00-9:00 am Fee: $3.00

$7.00

ALA Unit 13

Sheila Melby 358 N Central Ave. Richland Ctr, WI 53581

Cheryl McNurlin: 608-585-4022(h) 608-604-4871(c) *cjmcnur@gmail.com

4/4/14

#4

5/3/14

Franklin Public Library 9151 W Loomis Rd., Franklin

10:00 am Fee: $2.00

$15.00

Bonnie Jakubczyk

Bonnie Jakubczyk 7441 S. Logan Ave. Oak Creek, WI 53154

Bonnie Jakubczyk: 414-764-6752

4/18/14

Beth Puddy: 920-948-7930 jbpuddy@charter.net

3/29/14

Marianne Lesko: 608-464-7668

3/15/14

Virginia Kauffman: 715-535-2561 (h) 715-853-9023 (c)

4/15/14

Sue Winter Ph: 920-899-3680

4/18/14

Janet Michaels: 608-687-9435

4/10/14

Dave Schmidt 715-762-4182

Lunch count due by 4/7/14

Paula Smith: 715-791-8096 (c) 715-866-4493 (h)

4/30/14

*Invited to 4th District Conference: see details above

#5

*Sandra Hinkle 8403 County Road B Winneconne, WI 54986 Marianne Lesko E1209 Alpine Rd LaValle, WI 53941 Virginia Kauffman 115 High Street Tigerton, WI 54486 Sue Winter N4135 State Hwy 32 Krakow, WI 54137 Janet Michaels W1003 Oak Valley Rd. Fountain City, WI 54629

#6

4/5/14

Winneconne Post 364 536 W. Main St. Winneconne

8:00 am Fee & Lunch: $12.00

Included in Fee

*ALA Unit 364

#7

3/22/14

Wonewoc Post 206 108 Center St., Wonewoc

8:00-9:00 am Fee: $2.00

$8.00

ALA Unit 206

#8

4/26/14

St. John Lutheran Church 502 Cedar St., Tigerton

8:00-9:00 am Fee: $3.00

$12.00

ALA Unit 239

#9

4/26/14

Pulaski Post 337 State Hwy 32, Pulaski, WI

8:00 am

$12.00

ALA Unit 337

#10

4/26/14

St. John’s Lutheran Church 709 S 2nd Street, Alma

8:00-9:00 am Fee: $3.00

$7.00

Alma Unit 224

#11

4/12/14

Park Falls Post 182 274 3rd Avenue N, Park Falls

8:00 am Fee: $3.00 Pay fee at Registration

$8.00

AL Post 182

Park Falls Post 182 274 3rd Avenue N Park Falls, WI 54552

#12

5/31/14

Webster Community Center 7421 Main St. W, Webster

9:00 am Fee: $2.00

$7.00

ALA Unit 96

Paula Smith 7324 Main St. E #33 Webster, WI 54893

LEADERSHIP Diane Weggen Department Chairman Ph: (715) 644-2668 Email: dsweggen@centurytel.net Many Units and members are heeding the message to “Pass It On” when it comes to the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) legacy by “sharing their lives and being gems of service.” They are working together for veterans and learning about the ALA through leadership activities. Phillips Unit 122, Eau Claire Unit 53 and Markesan Unit 282 hosted workshops and a number of members have taken the National Leadership Correspondence Course. Too many members believe the Auxiliary Leadership Program is just for those in elected leadership positions. Not true. The program is designed to provide information about the Auxiliary and build good member skills. The more knowledge a person has, the more confident that person is. All members, prospective members, and American Legion Family members can find value in participating in a leadership workshop. Units, Counties, or Districts still have time to schedule a workshop this year. Good leaders are members who participate in Unit activities and programs and who strive to meet the mission (“Service, Not Self”) and vision (“… fellowship, patriotism, peace and security”) of the

Auxiliary. All members are strongly encouraged to take the National ALA Leadership Correspondence Course which can be found in the right hand column on the Programs page of the Department website (www.amlegionauxwi.org). ‘Correspondence Course - Sr. Version’ has the cover sheet, answer sheet, and exam questions. The information can be found in ‘A Capsule History of the First 90 Years’ and ‘The Unit is the Foundation.’ The ‘Correspondence Course - Jr. Version’ and ‘Junior Leadership Info Sheet’ are for Junior members. Even members who took the course within the past two years are encouraged to take the course again. Join members who are taking the challenge to become more knowledgeable about the Auxiliary and its programs. Recognition will be given to Units who have the highest number of members and/or Juniors completing the correspondence courses. Presidents must complete the course for the Unit,

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County, or District award. For more information on the Leadership Program or how to schedule a Leadership workshop, contact Chairman Diane Weggen. The Auxiliary understands the need to develop leaders to carry on the growth and success of the ALA through leadership training and by promoting activities and program accomplishments. Members become leaders through a never ending process of self-study, education, training, and experience. Any time members have the opportunity to participate in an activity that educates, motivates, or mentors them, leadership skills are being developed. “Share Your Life, Be Gems of Service” and find the leader inside yourselves. LEADERSHIP TEAM: Diane Weggen, Chairman dsweggen@centurytel.net Rose Heinz rozkar@new.rr.com Joan Chwala ctr68552@centurytel.net

SAVE THE DATE! Department Convention July 18-20, 2014 Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Ave., Appleton Watch for details to come…

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Jane Van Lanen

Crivitz

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Marion Nelson

Withee

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Cynthia Lueck

Springfield VA

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Beverly Jaeger

New London

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Hazel Mueller

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Shannon Oliphant

Altoona

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Audrey Carpenter

Reedsburg

Lake Mills

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Heather Treptow

Kimberly

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William Rupprecht

Jefferson

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Raymond Mecha

West Allis

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Anita Kammerer

Brodhead

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Francis & Judy Eisner

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Patricia Hargot

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Shirley Hillyer

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Genevie Eddy

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Florine Bayer

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Ruth Olson

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Ramona Truex

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Patricia Hargot

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Jane Whitish

Cross Plains Withee Arbor Vitae Barneveld Merrillan Cross Plains Soldiers Grove Friendship Withee Hollandale

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Betty Stone

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Tracy Dallmann

Oshkosh

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Suzanne Ruf

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Lorna McMahon

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Betty Benzie

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Susan Nowak

Greendale

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Laura Weith

Chicago IL

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AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY “WISCONSIN”

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AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARYBBADGER GIRLS SCHEDULE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY ADGER G IRLS STATE STATEORIENTATION ORIENTATION SCHEDULE 20142014

Auxiliary Units should strongly encourage ALABGS Delegates/Alternates, parents a school officialtotoattend attenda acounty countyorientation. orientation. Auxiliary Units should strongly encourage ALABGS Delegates/Alternates, parents andand a school official Countieswith withananasterisk asterisk(*) (*)conduct conductaajoint jointBadger BadgerGirls Girls & & Badger Badger Boys Boys Orientation. Orientation. Counties County

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Time

Location

Local Contact(s)

Presenter(s)

*Ashland, Iron, Price & Taylor

5/17/2014

10:00 am

Phillips Public Library 268 Cherry St., Phillips

Vivian Dusek: 715-339-6062

BGS: Theresa Schindler:715-229-2202 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Barron, Burnett, Bayfield, Douglas, Polk & Washburn

4/6/2014

1:00 pm

American Legion Post 185 108 N Oak St., Grantsburg

Gayle Janson: 715-463-5723

BGS: Gayle Janson: 715-463-5723 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Brown,Door-Kewaunee

5/12/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 11 1708 N. Irwin St., Green Bay

Berne Baer: 920-494-4404

BGS: Berne Baer: 920-494-4404 BBS: John Cumicek: 920-676-9597

*Calumet & Manitowoc

4/23/2014

7:00 pm

Brillion HS W1101 Cty Rd HR, Brillion

Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: John Giese: 920-756-2024

BGS: Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: Russ Hanseter: 920-833-2469

*Chippewa

5/18/2014

1:00 pm

American Legion Post 326 135 Clark St., Boyd

Teresa Isensee: 715-667-3528

BGS: Teresa Isensee: 715-667-3528 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304

*Clark

5/4/2014

3:00 pm

Fire Hall 102 W. Cannery St., Greenwood

Cherilyn Hare: 715-267-6408

BGS: Theresa Schindler:715-229-2202 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Columbia

5/3/2014

9:00 am

Portage HS 301 E. Collins, Rm 143, Portage

*Crawford & Richland

5/18/2014

5:00 pm

American Legion Post 308 217 Orin St., Gays Mills

Sharon Zales: 608-649-4468

BGS: Sharon Zales: 608-649-4468 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Dane

5/19/2014

7:00 pm

WPS Nordby Bldg. 1707 W. Broadway, Madison

Mary Curran: 608-873-9463

BGS: Mary Curran: 608-873-9463 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Dodge

4/23/2014

6:30 pm

American Legion Post 146 300 Beichel Ave., Beaver Dam

Nancy Schraufnagel: 920-386-2531

BGS: Heidi Bremer: 920-904-1448 BBS: Ted Duckworth: 608-547-9994

*Dunn/Eau Claire

5/15/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 53 634 Water St., Eau Claire

Joan Chwala: 715-668-5661

BGS: Joan Chwala: 715-668-5661 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-583-4303

*Fond du Lac

5/5/2014

7:00 pm

Moraine Park Tech School 235 North National Avenue, FDL

Sandra Smet: 920-923-6085

BGS: Betty Stone: 608-738-9542 BBS: Paul Williams: 414-943-5433

*Grant & Iowa

5/18/2014

1:00 pm

Fennimore Community Bldg. 860 Lincoln Avenue

Dee Woolf: 608-348-7403

BGS: Dee Woolf: 608-348-7403 BBS: Ted Duckworth: 608-547-9994

*Green

5/5/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 256 316 E Coats Ave., Monticello

Janet Thompson: 608-558-2234

BGS: Dee Woolf: 608-348-7403 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Green Lake & Marquette

4/16/2014

6:30 pm

American Legion Post 282 11 Charles St., Markesan

Nancy Barke: 920-294-6097

BGS: Berne Baer: 920-680-0308 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Jefferson

5/18/2014

1:00 pm

American Legion Post 67 129 S. Main St., Lake Mills

Beatrice Rothschadl: 920-648-8424

BGS: Heidi Bremer: 920-904-1448 BBS: Erik Brown: 847-651-0412

*Juneau & Adams

6/3/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 110 110 Welch Prairie Rd., New Lisbon

Rose Clark: 608-847-4450

BGS: Liz Staff: 608-781-6888 BBS: Ted Duckworth: 608-547-9994

*La Crosse, Monroe & Vernon

4/17/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 51 148 S. Leonard St., West Salem

Liz Staff: 608-781-6888

BGS: Liz Staff: 608-781-6888 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304

*Lafayette

5/14/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 214 1400 Keep St., Darlington

Dee Woolf: 608-348-7403

BGS: Dee Woolf: 608-348-7403 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Marathon & Lincoln

5/18/2014

6:00 pm

American Legion Post 10 1001 Golf Course Rd., Wausau

Carol Henke: 715-845-9266

BGS: Diane Kranig: 715-341-4935 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282

*Marinette & Florence

5/5/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 413 251 State Hwy 141, Crivitz

Loretta Shellman: 920-846-27001

BGS: Loretta Shellman: 920-846-2701 BBS: Butch Van Rossum: 920-360-1974

Milwaukee

5/7/2014

6:30 pm

*Oconto *Oneida, Vilas, Forest & Langlade

5/4/2014

2:00 pm

5/15/2014

10:30 am

*Outagamie

4/16/2014

*Ozaukee

5/8/2014

7:00 pm BGS 7:00 pm BBS 8:00 pm

*Portage & Wood

5/13/2014

7:00 pm

*Racine

5/6/2014

6:30 pm

Rock

4/26/2014

2:00 pm

*Saint Croix & Pierce

4/28/2014

7:00 pm

*Sauk

6/2/2014

7:00 pm

*Shawano & Menomonee

5/7/2014

7:00 pm

*Sheboygan *Trempealeau, BuffaloPepin & Jackson

5/5/2014

6:30 pm

5/7/2014

7:00 pm

Walworth

5/4/2014

1:00 pm

*Washington

5/5/2014

7:00 pm

*Waukesha

5/5/2014

7:00 pm

*Waupaca

5/1/2014

7:00 pm

*Waushara

5/7/2014

7:00 pm

Winnebago

5/14/2014

7:00 pm

American Legion Post 416 6351 W. Grange Ave., Greendale Suring High School 411 Algoma St., Suring Three Lakes HS 6930 W School St., Three Lakes Seymour HS 10 Circle Drive, Seymour American Legion Post 470 601 W Dekora St., Saukville Portage County Library, Pinery Rm, Stevens Point American Legion Post 171 1027 New St., Union Grove ALA Unit 48 236 St. Lawrence Ave., Beloit American Legion Post 240 410 Maple St., Baldwin Sauk Prairie HS Rm 14 th 105 9 St., Prairie du Sac Wittenberg Community Center 208 W Vinal St., Wittenberg Howards Grove HS 401 Audubon Rd., Howards Grove Trempealeau Cty Courthouse 36245 Main St., #4, Whitehall American Legion Post 24 735 Henry St., Lake Geneva Allenton Legion Post 483 419 Railroad St (Cty Hwy W) American Legion Post 382 Main Street, Menomonee Falls American Legion Post 263 840 E North Water St., New London Wautoma HS 566 Cambridge (Hwy 21/22) The Waters 1393 Washington Ave., Oshkosh

BBS/BGS: Norm Bednarek: 608-617-9839

Bonnie Jakubczyk: 414-764-6752 Loretta Shellman: 920-846-2701 Kay Arndt: 608-622-9383 LaVerna Kitzinger: 920-984-3877 BGS: Shirley Krier: 262-377-5026 BBS: Joe Schneider: 262-692-9862 Diane Kranig: 715-341-4935 BGS: Marcie Perez: 262-308-8705 Jennifer Johnson: 608-362-4920 Zondra Morris: 608-751-3924 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304 Mary Walz: 608-643-5921 Mary Beversdorf: 715-253-2908 BGS: Karen Degner: 920-892-6139 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304 Joyce Bouhl: 262-248-4533 Mary Montag: 262-355-6467 Marcella Schmitz: 262-628-1478 Marla Knuettel: 920-359-1629 BGS: Cathy Kaminski: 715-249-5263 BGS: Dolores Schwartz: 920-231-2068

BGS: Carol Sidwell: 608-296-4090 BBS: Norm Bednarek: 608-617-9839

BGS: Bonnie Jakubczyk: 414-764-6752 & Laura Calteux: 414-379-2943 BGS: Loretta Shellman: 920-846-2701 BBS: Butch Van Rossum: 920-360-1974 BGS: Kay Arndt: 608-622-9383 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282 BGS: Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: John Cumicek: 920-833-2859 BGS: Shirley Krier: 262-377-5026 BGS: Al Richards: 262-377-6725 BGS: Diane Kranig: 715-341-4935 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282 BGS: Kitty Larkin: 262-649-3399 BBS: Bob Kaczmarek: 262-552-7777 BGS: Jan Jordan BGS: Laurel DuBois: 715-825-3916 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304 BGS: Mary Walz: 608-643-5921 BBS: Bill Cosh: 608-770-1282 BGS: Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: Paul Williams:414-943-5433 BGS: Shirley Krier: 262-377-5026 BBS: John Cumicek: 920-676-9597 BGS: Liz Staff: 608-781-6888 BBS: Fred Berns: 715-538-4304 BGS: Joyce Bouhl: 262-248-4533 BGS: Heidi Bremer: 920-904-1448 BBS: Al Richards: 262-573-0924 BGS: Kitty Larkin: 262-649-3399 BBS: Bob Kaczmarek: 414-810-9685 BGS: Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: Paul Williams:414-943-5433 BGS: Diane Kranig: 715-341-4935 BBS: Paul Williams:414-943-5433 BGS: Jeannine Conradt: 920-986-3800 BBS: Russ Hanseter: 920-833-2469

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March 2014 Edition of the Wisconisn

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