Event to be held June 13 at the 17th in Mishicot, Wis.
Dairy farmers and allied members of the dairy community will enjoy a day of fun and networking on June 13 at the 17th annual Dairy Golf Classic, which is being coordinated by the Dairy Business Association.
The event, which moves around the state each year, will be held in Northeast Wisconsin at Fox Hills Resort in Mishicot.
“A beautiful day on the golf course is the perfect reward after a long winter and wet spring in Wisconsin,” said Maria Woldt, director of industry relations for DBA and one of the event organizers. “Opportunities for farmers to build camaraderie with fellow farmers and corporate representatives enhances the dairy advocacy work at the core of DBA.”
10 am……….registration and contests
11 am……….shotgun start (lunch provided)
5:30 pm…….social hour, dinner and awards
$150/person or $600/foursome
After May 20, $175/person and $700/foursome
- 18 holes of golf, cart and driving range
- Lunch, social hour and dinner
- Contests for men and women
- Refreshments on the course
- Drawings for prizes
Non-golfers: $50/person or $75/person after May 20. Includes lunch, social hour, dinner and drawings for prizes.
In addition to a fun activity to engage members, the annual Dairy Golf Classic serves as one of DBA’s largest fundraising events. Funds support the association’s political work in Madison, and expanded member benefits in the areas of public relations, social media, networking/educational opportunities and sustainability.
About the DBA:
The Dairy Business Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of Wisconsin dairy farmers, milk processors, vendors and business partners who work to ensure that Wisconsin dairy farmers of all sizes have the support they need to thrive in the state’s economy, communities and food supply chain. The integrated approach is a unique model that fosters collaboration and innovation for the collective good. The association’s core work is advocating for sensible state laws and regulations that affect the dairy community. For more information, visit dairyforward.com