Poultry Party helps Johnsonville club make an impact on conservation

by Verla Peichl Review Correspondent


The Johnsonville Rod and Gun Club recently held their annual poultry party. There is always plenty of raffles and it takes a lot of special people to make this all work. This year’s offi- cers and committee members are (left to right) Ben Meinnert, vice president and committee member; John Bergman, committee member; Jim Rabe, treasurer; Matt Boedecker, committee chairman; Stan Strub, secretary and committee member. Not pictured are Dan Fulcer, president; and Jason Krepline and Mike Wessner, committee members. — Review photo by Verla Peichl The Johnsonville Rod and Gun Club recently held their annual poultry party. There is always plenty of raffles and it takes a lot of special people to make this all work. This year’s offi- cers and committee members are (left to right) Ben Meinnert, vice president and committee member; John Bergman, committee member; Jim Rabe, treasurer; Matt Boedecker, committee chairman; Stan Strub, secretary and committee member. Not pictured are Dan Fulcer, president; and Jason Krepline and Mike Wessner, committee members. — Review photo by Verla Peichl The Johnsonville Rod and Gun Club held recently held their annual poultry party at Laack’s Hall.

This event is not only the largest fundraiser for the club, but its celebration of all the entities that they sponsor throughout the year to not only help numerous events and other clubs but to educate the youth in our area to safety in fishing and hunting. This past year the club has contributed more than $8,300.00 to those events and other clubs.


Sawyer Gumm and Aimee Jung were busy serving up desserts recently at the Johnsonville Rod and Gun Poultry Party. — Review photo by Verla Peichl Sawyer Gumm and Aimee Jung were busy serving up desserts recently at the Johnsonville Rod and Gun Poultry Party. — Review photo by Verla Peichl The list is almost more than one can comprehend because it takes a lot of volunteer hours, manpower and woman-power from the club to make these sponsorship events work.

Here is the list;

Hunter Safety Education

Sponsored Bus for youths to Outdoor Alliance Youth Expo

Support Pheasants Forever

Sponsored 2 youths to Trees for Tomorrow

Support Sheboygan County Outdoor Activity ad Free Fishing Day

Donate Firearm D.U. Youth Greenwing Day

Support Junior Coho Derby

Camp Y-Koda- Sponsor a classroom

CampAnokijig-Supporta2DayCampfor6th graders

Support Share the Spirit & Wounded Warrior

Youth Musky Weekend “Turning Leaf”

Sheboygan County Conservation Association Membership

Wisconsin Bowhunters

Maywood Environmental Park

National Rifle Association

Wisconsin Wildlife Federation

2 Scholarships at $750.00 each.

The two scholarship recipients for 2013 are;

Brian Wild is from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point majoring in Natural Resource Management and Environmental Law Enforcement. He is from Antigo, Wisconsin.

Molly O’Grady is from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point majoring in Wildlife Ecology with a Biology & International Resource Management minor. She is from Chicago, Ill.

The Johnsonville Rod and Gun Club meet the first Wednesday of the month at Laack’s Hall, Johnsonville. They are hoping that there are some young people who want to join and help them carry on the tradition which is held in such honor by the current members and those who have retired from the club.


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