Since its inception in 1982, Auction of Champions has raised more than $3 million for the National Farm Medicine Center at Marshfield Clinic, an invaluable resource for the agricultural industry in Wisconsin.
Supporters of research dedicated to keeping farmers healthy, happy and whole.
The premier black-tie, themed gala with raffles, silent auction and cocktail reception, followed by dinner and a live auction.
Riveredge Golf Course
Thursday, September 21, 2017.
Proceeds support National Farm Medicine Center at Marshfield Clinic.
NFMC Community Impact
Over the past year, The National Farm Medicine Center has been able to:
- Provide community outreach programs such as free bilingual safety training of Hispanic dairy workers, presentations and training to agritourism operators, skin cancer screenings, and exhibit at farm shows and professional conferences.
- Conduct the Wisconsin Infant Study Cohort, which examines the link between a farm upbringing and stronger immunity. The objective is to identify key microbial exposures on farms that aid in immunity and offer exposure to non-farm children to reduce rates of respiratory illnesses.
- Continue the Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) Rebate program, which provides financial support to encourage farmers to install a ROPS system on older tractors. When used with seatbelts, ROPS are 99% effective at protecting farmers during tractor rollovers which is the leading cause of deaths on farms.
- Support Veterans-to-Farmers, our heroes returning from danger of war who pursue life as a farmer through research aimed at gaining a grounded understanding of V2Fs. Research includes perceived therapeutic benefits of transitioning to agriculture; knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about safety; and specific health and safety risks. This effort will be to make sure that those who served to keep us safe remain safe while pursuing a vital career.
For additional information please contact Tiffany Halan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-387-9189.
1000 North Oak Ave – 1R1
Marshfield, WI 54449-5777
Come on out and support The Hannah Center on Friday August 11th at our 3rd annual golf outing. The outing will be held at RiverEdge Golf Course.
Registration begins at 12:15pm with a shotgun start at 1pm. Dinner will follow at 6pm. There will be prizes, hole events and games throughout the event.
Register a team of 4 which includes green fees, a cart and dinner for $200.
Hole sponsorships are also available. Sponsor one hole for $100 which includes business signage at the hole. Sponsor one hole for $200 and get business signage at the hole plus dinner for 2 at 6pm that night.
If you wish to donate an item to be raffled, please contact the Hannah Center at 715-387-6300.
We hope you can participate!
All women golfers are invited to participate in
WHO’s 20th Annual 18-hole golf scramble event
to be held (rain or shine) at RiverEdge Golf
Course. All proceeds to benefit the Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Wood County.
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 2017
RiverEdge Golf Course
10191 Cty. Hwy. B • Marshfield, WI 54449
8:00 a.m. – Registration
8:45 a.m. – Be ready at your carts for
9:00 a.m. – Shot-gun start
• Foursomes, twosomes or single entries accepted.
• Luncheon following golf.
$60 per golfer. Those who register by July 1
will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card.
The entry fee includes 18 holes of golf/cart,
prizes and a luncheon, including dessert.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call Sue Hasenfang at 715-387-4604
or email her at: whogolfouting @gmail.com
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
All women who play golf (no matter your skill)
and those who want to join together in a day of
fun and friendly competition while donating to a
worthy cause. The Team Scramble format lends
itself to a fun 18 holes of golf where everyone is
able to contribute to the team’s score.
Additional events include golf activity bundle, a
river shoot, putting contest, hole prizes, 50/50
progressive raffle, basket raffles and more.
Get your teams together early (singles and twosome
also welcome) and get prepared for a fun
day on the beautiful RiverEdge Golf Course. All
monetary donations are accepted and company/
corporate hole sponsorships are available for $50 –
Join Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation on June 8 at Riveredge Golf Course in Marshfield for our inaugural Child Life Bash to support the Child Life Program at Marshfield Clinic! The event will feature raffles, a live auction, hors d’ oeuvres and live music by Boogie Wonderland.
Tickets $50 each; $35 each for young professionals 35 and under. Register now: marshfieldclinic.org/giving/special-events/child-life-bash
The Child Life Program at MCHS funds Child Life Specialists who use interactive play help children and families navigate diagnostic tests, treatments, and other medical procedures. Our Child Life Specialists are funded completely through philanthropic support. Help us continue to provide this important service for our littlest patients!
American Cancer Society’s 2017 Marshfield Hope Lodge Gala
Friday, May 12, 2017
Please help the American Cancer Society finish the fight against cancer.
Join us at the American Cancer Society 2017 Marshfield Hope Lodge Gala for a one-of-a-kind evening, featuring great food, dancing, a spectacular auction, and much more. With your support, the American Cancer Society saves lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back against cancer.
The American Cancer Society is working to finish the fight against every cancer in every community. We are the largest private, not-for-profit funding cancer research in the United States, investing more than $4 billion since 1946. Thanks in part to our contributions, more than 1.5 million lives have been saved in the US in the past two decades. Now, that is a reason to celebrate, so please join us.
|Friday, May 12, 2017
||RiverEdge Golf Course
||10191 Mill Creek Dr.
||Marshfield, WI 5449
For additional information, please contact:
|American Cancer Society
|950 Blue Gentian Rd., Suite 100
||651.255.8100, ext 8147
|Eagan, MN 55121
||Silent Auction Opens
||Silent Auction Closes
We hope to see you there!
Winter events start at 1:30 pm. Events include snowshoe races, cross country skiing, and the 5K Fat Tire Bike Race. For more information call Jill Holms at 715-486-5455.
11:30am-Race Day Registration
12:00pm Free Youth 400-Meter Race
1:00pm Snow Shoe Race (5k and 10k) Post Race Celebration with food, beverages, and awards ceremony.
Awards will be given to the top 3 finishers in each race.
Men & Women (1st, 2nd, 3rd in all divisions)
18 & Under
In each of the following events:
5K Snow Shoe Race
10K Snow Shoe Race
Kids 400 Meter Race (free for kids under 12)
For more information click here.
Renee Schulz– Stangl Co Chair on Governor Walker’s Committee on Domestic Violence and Director of the Marshfield Personal Development Center was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia in July , 2016. This came as an extreme shock to the Schulz–Stangl family and Renee. It required immediate sequester and Renee had an urgent need for a Bone Marrow Transplant. This procedure will be done on Renee in Milwaukee, WI , nearly 200 miles away. Renee will be required to stay in Milwaukee with a family member with her at all times for a period of 3 months following the procedure. The insurance Renee carries has very high deductibles and those deductibles will be starting all over again Jan. 1 while she is still in Milwaukee recovering. With 2 children in college and one left at home Renee’s family has immediate financial needs. She has helped so many it is her turn to receive.
$25 Meal Tickets Advance Purchase Required
5-6pm Cocktail Hour with 6pm Meal (Tickets Required)
Doors open to Public at 7pm with Live Music by Joe G
Packer Ticket, Brewer Ticket , Badger Tickets
and more Auctions and raffles all night
Tickets available at River’s Edge, Hillers, Scotty’s Pizza, Nutz Deep, martin Dental, Eye Care center Marshfield, bakerville Sports Bar, Family or Call 715-486-5554
Save the date for 2016 Marshfield Iron Chef
Annual fundraiser for Shirley’s House of Hope
Tuesday, November 1st.
RiverEdge Golf Course – 5:30 0 8:30pm
Watch as area chefs compete for Best Flavor, Most Creative, Best Presentation and Showmanship awards. You will sample chefs’ appetizers and vote for the People’s Choice Award. A full meal will be served by award winning Chef Steve Tollers. Graduates from the 6 month Renew – Healing Program will share their journey from domestic violence to a life of peace and healing found in Christ.