Induction Ceremony Rescheduled – May 5, 2018

Induction Ceremony Rescheduled – May 5, 2018

Good News!

The Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame’s 2018 Induction Ceremony for Roy and Charlotte Lukes, George Meyer and Arlie Schorger has been rescheduled for the afternoon of May 5, 2018. Dinner will follow at the Atrium at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Here are the specifics:

Date: May 5, 2018

Place: The Atrium at SentryWorld, 601 Michigan Ave N, Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Schedule (afternoon event):

12:30  pm   Social Reception and Registration (Free) 

2:00 pm      Induction Ceremony (Free)

4:30 pm      Dinner ($25). Please purchase new tickets or confirm use of April 14th Tickets.

Are Reservations Needed?    (Public is Invited)

Social Reception: No Reservations needed. Simply attend and enjoy!

Ceremony: No Reservations needed. Simply attend and enjoy!

Dinner: Tickets ($25). Reservations required. 

How to Purchase or Confirm Dinner Tickets

(Eventbrite tickets from April 14th can be used for May 5th Dinner; just confirm if you plan to attend):

Order additional dinner tickets through Eventbrite

Or contact Joe Passineau at 715-677-4047   jpassine@uwsp.edu

Confirm use of April 14th luncheon tickets by April 27th by contacting one of the following Event Organizers.

Joe Passineau,  WCHF President:  715-677-4047   jpassine@uwsp.edu 

Wisconsin Wildlife Federation:  608-635-0600   office@wiwf.org

Door County: Charlotte Lukes 920-823-2478, Tim Stone 920-839-2140 or Roy Thilly 920-839-2503

Hope you can join us for the celebration!

See poster.

 

2018 Induction Ceremony Cancelled – To Be Rescheduled

Friends,

We just got a call from Sentry. Due to weather, they have cancelled all events/services at the Theater, MUSE, PJ’s and Sentry World for Saturday and Sunday…including our event.

Cancelled: The WCHF Induction Ceremony and Luncheon, tomorrow – April 14th has been cancelled.

We have already contacted key individuals from each of the Induction Groups (see below). 

This has now turned into a major effort just to inform everyone. We will miss many who had not registered.

We will spend the day trying to contact people who have planned to attend via phone trees, e-mails and personal calls using the Registration List, EventBrite register, contacting Inductee groups, speakers, Board Members, etc.

George Meyer: George will contact the Meyer Family and Friends, the CLC group and WWF Affiliates.

Charlotte Lukes: Charlotte, Tim Stone and Roy Thilly will contact the Door County group.

Arlie Schorger: Stan Temple and Michael John Jaeger will contact WSO Affiliates and the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences community.

They will try to inform their party via Phone Trees and e-mails.

Eventbrite: We will also try to use the Eventbrite data base to e-mail those who registered on-line.

Possible Reschedule Dates

Reschedule: Sentry has offered to reschedule for May 12th, 19, or 26.

Will will need to check with Inductees, speakers, others to decide which date might be most appropriate.

Sorry. Stay tuned for future updates through the WCHF blog.

Due to travel safety, this is probably for the best!

Joe
 
Joe Passineau, President 
Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame
Phone: 715-677-4047
Email: jpassine@uwsp.edu
 
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