*****Camp HOPE Golf Classic 2021*****

The 2021 Camp HOPE Golf Classic is in Full Swing!

We look forward to welcoming you on August 6th for a day of golf, good company and a great cause!


• 4 person scramble

• Registration begins at 9:00 am

• Shotgun start at 10:30 am

• $100 – Golf, Cart, Gifts, Box Lunch, and Dinner catered by Rockman’s Catering

• Cocktails/Social at 3:30 pm

• Dinner at 4:30 pm

• Program/Awards at 5:00 pm

• Awesome raffle prizes

• Prizes for winning teams and flag events for men and women

• Complimentary range balls


For information on how to register for this event, please contact Fred Hebert

at fnchebert@gmail.com or by phone: 715.457.6395.

When a child experiences the death of someone he/she loves, the feelings can be overwhelming. The death of someone close causes feelings of confusion, fear, anger and loneliness. Guilt may even dominate a young person’s life.

Camp HOPE is a wonderful place in central Wisconsin where children and teenagers gather to work through the grieving process after a loved one dies. The camp gently guides the children and teenagers through the complex emotions by showing them that they are not alone.


FUN is the top priority at Camp HOPE. Campers will have

the opportunity to enjoy their surroundings with many

recreational activities. Spring & fall activities may include

hiking on the many trails that weave their way through the

forest, swimming, fishing and boating on the lake or simply

enjoying the sunset behind a campfire.


During the winter, camp activities include cross country skiing

or snow shoeing, sledding, ice skating and ice fishing. An arts

and crafts area gives campers the chance to draw, paint, make

candles, and discover new artistic talents. The children and

teenagers learn that it is okay to laugh and play and that to do

so is not disrespectful to the memory of the person who died.

Through playing, sharing, and being together with peers and

staff who know the pain, the children and teenagers realize

that the emotions they are feeling are a normal part of grief.

What is happening to them happens to others everywhere,

and at Camp HOPE, their pain is understood and shared.

Camp HOPE is offered 3 times each year, is staffed with

hundreds of volunteers, and has served over 4,000 children,

since it began in 1989.


There is no cost to children who attend camp.

For more information about Camp HOPE

, please visit our website at

www.camphopeforkids.org or call 715-341-0076.




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