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THANK YOU to our 2021 Donors and Sponsors

Diamond Sponsors

C2R - Global Mfg.
Witte Supply
Fluegge Optical
Waterford Family Dental
Mealy Funeral Home
Chuck Vogt Memorial Fund
Jay Noble (Uncle Harry's)

Gold Sponsors

Lauer Financial Services
Asphalt Contractors Inc.
Henning Landscape Management, LLC
Jerry Jendusa
Darrell McCullion
Don Hoernke

Silver Sponsors

Thrivent Financial
Explore Waterford
Legacy Realty Group
The Equitable Bank SSB
Rogahn Electric
Avidity Science
Chance's Restaurant
Paul Senft Trenching
Asherholdings Corporation
Nancy & Micky Ferguson
Mike Kempken & Sons

Bronze Sponsors

NORMCO Heating & Cooling, LLC
CJ'S Soil Test & Septic
River City Auto Body
BP Waterford Junction
Dr. Mary F. Lenz, DDS
Bennett Fairview Excavation & Grading
Thielmann & Sons
Maas & Sons
Skyline Landscape Design LLC
Dr. Michael J. Casey, DDS
Kettle Cornucopia
Dennis Gahagan 
Johns Disposal Service Inc.
Dennis & Janice Hauf
Lawrence Gellings
Pope Financial Services

Annual Chicken BBQ Coming Soon

The dinner includes a grilled Half Chicken, Baked Potato, Coleslaw, Dinner Roll and a bag of Famous Amos Cookies!

Click here for more chicken BBQ info

For Tractorcade info, click below...

 

 

Online ticket sales for this event are closed.

Annual Car Show – SEPTEMBER 12 – 8 am – 3 pm @ the Cotton Exchange

Lions Fun Fest

2021 4th of July Parade Awards and Duck Pin Raffle Prize Winners

The Parade winners are:

Best of Parade - We had a tie!

  • Jacobson Orchards
  • Western Racine County Special Olympics

Commercial

  • 1st - 1st Choice Properties
  • 2nd - Struggles Garage

Non-Commercial

  • 1st - Camp 15, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
  • 2nd - Cloverview 4-H

Open

  • 1st - Big Bend/Vernon Lions
  • 2nd - Wind Lake Owls Baseball

Tractors

  • 1st - Dennis Kramer - John Deere - Driven by Jordan Webb
  • 2nd - Lee Ann Michelau - John Deere D W/Plow

1950 & Newer Stock

  • 1st - Jack Reesman-1958 Ford
  • 2nd - Joey Zubarik-2015 Chevy Silverado

1950 & Newer Modified

  • 1st - Don Reed-70 El Camino
  • 2nd - Ron Rassmuson-72 Chevy 110

1949 & Older Modified

  • 1st - Dave & Bonnie Oldenburg-40 Ford

Our Parade Awards Cookout will be held Thursday July 22nd, 6pm at Whitford Park. Please put it on your calendar and we will see you there!

 

The Duck Pin Raffle prizes this year go to:

1st - $500 Geri Vander Leest - pin 1085

2nd - $300 Ron Dier - pin 2766

3rd - $300 Dennis - pin 1513

4th - $100 Bob O’Connell - pin 280

5th - $100 JB Caster - pin 826

6th - $100 Patrice - pin 2536

7th - $100 Scott Morical - pin 742

8th - $100 Jim Nanneman - pin 874

9th - $100 Scott Morical - pin 724

10th - $100 David Keeling - pin 2162

11th - $100 Cheyenne - pin 1162

12th - $100 R Helback - pin 815

13th - $100 Mike Kluetzman - pin 2436

Thank you all for your part in supporting the Lions Club in making the 4th of July parade a great annual event!

 

This 4th of July – Let Freedom Ring!

The Lions Club 4th of July Parade is once again underway! This year the Lions Club will also be hosting the greatly enjoyed Kids Parade. The theme for both parades is “Let Freedom Ring” and we encourage and welcome entrants of all kinds.

The main parade kicks off at 11:00 am and will proceed from 7th & Main St. to Milwaukee St. and turn north to Trailside. Check in is from 9:30 to 10:45 am at 5th & Aber Streets. If interested in participating in the parade, please use the entrant registration  form provided below  or contact parade chairman Scott Gunderson at 414-581-3157. While early entry is encouraged, entries will be accepted right up to the start of the parade. As in the past, all entrants that wish to be judged will be eligible to win a cash prize

The Kids Parade takes off at 10:30 am from Milwaukee St. & Main St., proceeding north to Fox Mead Crossing. Registration forms can currently be obtained by contacting parade chairman Scott Gunderson at 414-581-3157 and will be available here shortly. Decorate your bike, wagon, trike, or yourself in patriotic fashion and have a good time! Winners will receive ice cream and gift certificates from Uncle Harry’s Frozen Custard.

And as usual - Duck Pins will be sold along the parade route by Lions Club of Waterford members. You can also contact us through our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LionsOfWaterford  and a Lion will work with you on your Duck Pin purchase. Proceeds from the Great Duck Pin Raffle help pay for the parade expenses so that the Lions Club can continue to provide you with this great event each year. Proceeds are also returned to the community through donation to our local food banks. And – as you know – the Great Duck Pin Raffle provides many great CASH prizes to the winners!

The Waterford Lions Club would also like to thank our sponsors and looks forward to celebrating the 4th of July with everyone in Waterford!

CLICK HERE FOR PARADE REGISTRATION FORM

 

 

SUNDAY OCT. 4 – LIONS CHICKEN BBQ – 11 am – until Sold Out – WHITFORD PARK – WATERFORD

Grilled Gooseberries 1/2 chicken meal includes baked potato, coleslaw, Grebe's dinner roll, and Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies.

Chicken dinner tickets are available for purchase here, from most Waterford Lions, at Maas & Sons, In-Home Floor & Window Fashions, Bon Voyage Travel Services, and River City Lanes.

Ticket price is $10 in advance and $12 on October 4.

Drive through only due to COVID-19.

Tractorcade registration is from 8:00 am - 8:45 am with the 28 mile ride departing at 9:00 am and returning at approximately 1:30 pm. Tractors must be capable of 12 mph. Tractorcade operators receive a discount on their chicken dinner. For more information, please contact Lion Gary Tilleros at (414) 659-7152 or Jerry Weinkauf at (262) 210-1892.

Tractorcade Route - weather depending:

Online ticket sales for this event are closed.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CAR SHOW WINNERS – 2020

 
Best of Show: 1970 Plymouth Superbird owned by Brent Kultgen
 
Best Hot/Rat Rod: 1947 Dodge Pickup owned by Jim Schuttenhelm
 
People's Choice: 1941 DeSoto S-8 owned by Steve Mentecki
 
First Place: 1969 Dodge Coronet owned by Bob DeVillers
 
Second Place: 1969 Chevrolet S.S. Camaro owned by Jim Beyer
 
Third Place: 1978 Chevrolet El Camino owned by Jeff Hellmiak
 
It was a great show with over 200 cars and lots of good food, beverages, fun, great raffle prizes, and a Packer WIN! We look forward to seeing you next year!
 

Join us for the 12th Annual Car Show – September 13, 2020

For more information or questions, contact Tracy Tompkins at (262) 825-2754 or tracylynnxx@yahoo.com

The Lions Club of Waterford helps host the Orange Barrel Crush.

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