Membership Meeting

RESCHEDULED ONE DAY:Annual Membership Meeting & Party

Due to impending severe storms on Saturday, we have postponed our meeting a whole 24 hours! Same details, same time, just one day later. See you on Sunday!

SUNDAY, August 29th
4pm to 6:30pm
Tap Shack at Delta Diner

Free admission, live music, silent auction, family activities.

Schedule of events:

4pm Introduction
from the Tap Shack,
& Executive Director

Approx 4:20pm
PARTY! Music, company, food, drinks, info tables, family activities

Approx 5:45pm
Presentation of Karen Danielsen Award

Silent Auction


Our online silent auction is live Saturday, August 21st 11:00am CST to Saturday, August 28th 11:00am CST. Not able to make it to our gathering? You can still shop and support with the online silent auction:


More auction items at our in-person silent auction on August 28th! We’ll have full tables of auction items available at the Tap Shack on August 28th from 4pm to 6:30pm.


The Venue: The Tap Shack

The Tap Shack is a fully open air outdoor venue right next door and part of the famous Delta Diner in Delta, Wisconsin. Featuring Caribbean-themed bar and food, Island Vibe, music, and outdoor seating, authentic Jamaican Jerk food, and cold Earth Rider Brews, we are excited to have our first in-person event fully on “island time.”

More about the Tap Shack here:


Live Music From Danny Frank

About Danny Frank: Danny Frank is a singer-songwriter based in Duluth, MN. He began his musical journey as a child of the 70’s, listening to his parents’ classic rock and folk records, and singing the local youth choir. Danny found his way to a guitar at the age of 13 and began writing songs in his early 20s. The time in between is a bit hazy, but the soundtrack of those years included an eclectic range of hip-hop, funk, jazz, rock, folk, and bluegrass, with the occasional Broadway musical thrown in for good measure. Today, Danny’s classic Americana sound is reflective of his many musical influences, and weaves together rich vocals, acoustic guitar, and harmonica, with vivid stories of the people and places he holds dear.