Ice-Fishing Jamboree

OAK CREEK
AMERICAN LEGION
POST 434
9TH ANNUAL
ICE-FISHING JAMBOREE

HUNTER’S NEST BAR & GRILL
ON MUSKEGO LAKE
S80W14401 SCHULTZ LANE
MUSKEGO WI.
TEL.414-422-1760

SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 20TH, 2021
8:00 AM-4:00 PM
RAIN, SNOW, SLEET, OR NO ICE

IF CANCELED DRAWINGS WILL STILL BE HELD FEBRUARY 20, 2021

TICKETS $10.00 EACH
OR
3 FOR $20.00

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE
OAK CREEK
AMERICAN LEGION
POST 434
BAR

NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN

LICENSE NO. R00020461B-81743

BIGGEST LEGAL NORTHERN
OF THE DAY GETS $60
MUST BE SEMI ALIVE
FISH AWARDS AT 4:00 PM

FISHERMEN MUST PURCHASE
A TICKET PRIOR TO FISHING
FISH WITHIN 10 MILE RADIUS

FISH ARE MEASURED BY LENGTH ONLY
NO FISH REGISTERED AFTER 4:00 PM
FISH WINNERS MUST PICKUP
THEIR OWN PRIZE

ATTENDANCE PRIZE DRAWINGS
EVERY HOUR
FROM 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

– 1st PRIZE –
WEATHERBY ORION OVER/UNDER
12 GA. SHOTGUN
WITH SOFT CASE
AND
20 BIRD PHEASANT HUNT
AT
WILD WINGS SPORTSMAN CLUB, CAMPBELLSPORT, WI.


Weatherby Shotgun

– 2nd PRIZE –
BROWNING – 6.5 CREEDMOOR
BOLT ACTION
WITH NIKON SCOPE

Browning Bolt Action with scope

– 3rd PRIZE –
$200 85# WHOLE HOG
FREEZER DEAL
BUTCHER BLOCK MEATS
OAK CREEK, WI.

MANY MORE PRIZES
MEAT RAFFLES
BASKET RAFFLES
BOOZE RAFFLES
CAN RAFFLES
50/50 RAFFLES
SILENT AUCTION
OVER $2000
IN TOTAL PRIZES

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE
OAK CREEK
AMERICAN LEGION
POST 434
BAR

SWEEPSTAKES DRAWING
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 20, 2021
AT 5:00 PM

Flag Retirement Ceremony

A flag retirement ceremony, an official way that American flags can be “retired” and destroyed, was held at Oelschlaeger Dallmann American Legion Post 434 in Oak Creek.

Darrell Wimmer a member of the honor guard, holds a flag as George Rainer (right), the honor guard commander, starts the ceremony to retire the flags to be retired. Members of the post, and a unit of United States Naval Sea Cadets ( a high school and middle school program) are in the background.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Darrell Wimmer a member of the honor guard, holds a flag as George Rainer (right), the honor guard commander, starts the ceremony to retire the flags to be retired. Members of the post, and a unit of United States Naval Sea Cadets ( a high school and middle school program) are in the background.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Ed Ciechanowski (far left) a member of the honor guard, holds a flag along with others as they make their way toward a fire where the flags will be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Ed Ciechanowski (far left) a member of the honor guard, holds a flag along with others as they make their way toward a fire where the flags will be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Roger Jenson (left) takes flags from Second Vice Commander Scott Zalewski (center) to be placed in the burn barrel. Other members of the honor guard wait at right with flags to be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Roger Jenson (left) takes flags from Second Vice Commander Scott Zalewski (center) to be placed in the burn barrel. Other members of the honor guard wait at right with flags to be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here post member Roger Jenson, lowers a flag to be destroyed into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here post member Roger Jenson, lowers a flag to be destroyed into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here a flag to be retired is lowered into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here a flag to be retired is lowered into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel