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Posted on Jul 5, 2016 in Annual Gala |

Gala Registration is Open!

Gala Registration is Open!

Rat Pack Pool Table 3Grab your Rat Pack and start spreading the news — The Green Lake Association is turning 65!

In honor of this momentous occasion, we are taking Big Green back to the year it all started: 1951.

Help us re-discover our roots at the Green Lake Association’s seventh annual Gala. This snazzy affair supports important conservation initiatives and a cleaner Green Lake through a night of fun and music.

Join us Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 5:30-10:00 PM at the Heidel House’s Dartford Ballroom for an unforgettable evening that might just fly you to the moon! It’s sure to be a swingin’ affair complete with unique auction items, raffle prizes, and sights and sounds that will take you back to the year of our founding.

GET TICKETS

Donate an Auction Item

Do you own a business? Have DIY crafting abilities? Own season tickets to a sporting event? Enjoy a time-share in an exotic location? Want to purchase an item to donate?

Our annual gala is a success in large part because of the collective efforts of our generous auction item donors. Contact us if you have an item or an experience to donate. We are always happy to make suggestions if you need some inspiration!

DONATE AN ITEM

Become an Event Sponsor

Care about Green Lake? Go the extra mile and help underwrite the cost of this event by becoming a gala sponsor! Your support ensures that donations raised can go directly towards our efforts to restore Green Lake. Sponsorship donations are tax-deductible and range from $500-$3,000.

All sponsors receive complimentary tickets, premier seating, logo recognition in all event publicity and gala program, and special recognition at the event.

Platinum Sponsor ($3,000)
Gold Sponsor ($2,000)
Silver Sponsor ($1,000)
Bronze Sponsor ($500)

 BECOME A SPONSOR

 

This event is made possible by our generous sponsors:

Mike and Jill Havey
Havey Communications
Kent and Lee DeLucenay

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Jerry and Judy Specht
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Green Lake Cold-Water Fishery Council