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N49 W34400 Wisconsin Avenue

Okauchee WI 53069

Haloween Parade is October 28th starting at Holy Trinity School Parking lot at 6 PM.

All Families please join in the 43rd Annual Parade east down Wisconsin Ave. past the businesses to the Parking lot of Lions Park to get free bags of Candy and Ice Cream. Completly outside and family social distancing.


Thursday, Oct 29th, 10:00-6:00

Friday Oct 30th 9:00-5:00

Saturday, Oct 31st, 9:00-1:00

We will be running an “Almost Everything $7” Fund-raiser for the Lion’s Club in Okauchee at the Lion’s Park Pavilion Halloween Weekend!

Paul A. Kopydlowski
HCI Fun-Draising/PTK Sales, LLC
1134 Whittier Lane
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Cell 262 510 7877

Printed/Solid leggings, (One size & Plus size), We have some Halloween and Christmas prints left,

Kids leggings, (we have a lot of Halloween and Christmas left),

Fleece-lined tights and leggings,

Pom and ponytail knit hats,



Winter boot socks,

Jewelry (rings, chains, watches, bracelets),

Sports fan gear, (Packers, Badgers, Brewers),

Leather crossbodies,

Handy gadgets,


As well as an exclusive 2 for $7 section, and priced as marked, (Great items at $10, $15 & $20) show special section which includes our highly sought after compression socks.


This is the fund-raising company that has run sales at the YMCA @ Pabst Farms, Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital and Shorehaven over the past few years. But due to the COVID situation, we have not been able to run this events this year.

Please come out and support the Lion’s Club and take care of many of your Christmas gift giving needs and make sure to pick up something for yourself.


Get ready for the Christmas in Okauchee at Okauchee Lions Park Thanksgiving weekend Friday and Saturday11am-11pm, Sunday 10am- 6pm


A Boy Scout from troop 49 in Oconomowoc did mask making on August 22nd with a couple of Grandma’s bringing sewing machines at the Bertrand Family Pavilion. They were teaching 15 scouts and helpers to make masks. They made 501 purple and gold cloth masks for Oconomowoc High School Students, finishing Sunday August 23rd. Lion Brian Hollenbeck bought pizza for the workers.


.The Bertrand Family Pavilion is open with social distancing and other recommendations following guidelines posted.

                           Call Lion President Mike Schick for information 262-853-6603.

Call Lion Tom Voell for reservation information 262-853-2389.

 Youth Baseball/Softball: Lion Rick Russart has done a great job with Youth Baseball in 2020 with over 275 players signed up on teams. Thanks for the 33rd year of this along with his wife Cindy Russart.


Okauchee is a “community”.  From the residents, businesses, visitors, and lake go-ers of the Waukesha County Lake Area, the spirit of Okauchee is apparent.  The Okauchee Lions Club is grateful for this spirit as shown by the generosity of our financial donors, our contractors who donated all or parts of the material and labor costs, our family and friends who volunteered endless hours, our community who attended our function, and most importantly our families who shared us with the community.

The Lions Club motto is “we serve”.  Past, present and future, the Okauchee Lions will serve the community by having a park for public use.  Remember, the park receives no financial support from tax dollars yet operates like a public park.  All moneys used to operate the park are privately raised.  The park offers playgrounds for children of various ages, two baseball/softball diamonds, two volleyball courts, and reservations of the Bertrand Family Pavilion (Lion Tom Voell 262-853-2389) and preparation areas.

Thank you to the greater Okauchee Community for your generosity and support.  The Lions will continue to “Serve” the public.

Opportunities to donate remain available for the completion of the pavilion, additional playground equipment, and lights on the baseball/softball diamonds.  For donation or membership information, contact and any Okauchee Lion member or Mike President/Sandy Schick Secretary(262-567-2725).

Community Is What We Make It

Our goal is to create and foster a spirit of understanding amongst the peoples of the world. We believe in servicing our community by providing events, activities, sponsorship, and support to local and international charities that will not only strengthen our community, but meet the humanitarian needs of others, while encouraging peace and understanding of the world we live in to inspire future generations.


 Currently we want to raise $10,000 for another children's playground area, $90,000 for lights on the big baseball diamond and another $65,000 for lights on the small baseball diamond.m, Sunday 10am -6pm.


We still have more money to raise to complete the project! We need your help, any donation is greatly appreciated!  All donations are tax deductible! If you are willing to donate- Please contact Mike Schick at 262-853-6603 or

Has it been on your bucket list have your legacy in a permanent structure? For larger donations.......

  • An area of the park may be named for a section of the park.  Baseball diamond(s), Clubhouse, or Pavilion.
  • The name should clearly identify the area and not conflict with any area facilities of the same name.
  • If an area is named for a person or company, the individual(s) or Company shall be one(s) who has demonstrated exemplary moral character, who has made an outstanding contributions to the Lions Club, humanity or the community and has displayed outstanding leadership or who has been identified as a person of historical significance.  If the individual is living, written permission must be secured prior to approval.

The Okauchee Lions is growing!  We are excited to welcome new members!!  Interested in joining the Okauchee Lions Contact us!!

Ways To Be Involved

Are you interested in becoming a Okauchee Lions Member?  We Would LOVE to have you as a member! Are you interested in helping out, but are unsure of the commitment or time involved? Call 262-853-6603 to find out how you can become a member, sponsor or volunteer!!

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N49 W34400 Wisconsin Avenue

Okauchee WI 53069


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