CORNER UPDATE AUGUST 26, 2015

Ken Kozubek

GRAND CHEF de GARE  KEN    KOZUBEK 2015-2016

                       GRAND PRESIDENTE JUDY PFALZGRAF

               La Societe des Quarante Hommes et Huit Chaveux

Winnebago County Voiture 751 will be hosting a White Collar Wreck Saturday October 31. It will be held at the Marine Corps League located at 4715 Sherman Rd, Oshkosh. This is the junction of Highway A and Sherman Road just north of Oshkosh. There will be a light meal served at 12 noon for six dollars per person. Reservations should be made with Chef de Gare Dean Larsen by October 26 so we can get a head count for the meal. He can be reached at (920) 685-5610 or dlarsen513@gmail.com. The Wreck will begin at 1 PM. We would appreciate a heads up if other Voitures will be sending PG’s.

All the updates are not completed when I received the information more will be added

GRAND PROMENADE OFFICIAL CALL AUGUST 2015 (54)   GRAND PROMENADE PROGRAM 2015 (35)

The Best Keep secret in  the state the Juneau County Voiture 1323 Scholarship  fund raiser. Take a look in Photo Albums.

RITUAL OF CELEBRATION FOR THE BIRTHDAY OF THE 40&8 and Voiture Activities Letter in General Information very very important. Read now talk’s about a new form  New Activities form is in Forms

 VAVS Report for 2015 is in Menu    Forms

   2015 Grande Promenade Registration (220)  2015 Grande Promenade Ad Information (185)    Don’t forget to bring food for the Food Pantry at Grand in August

Address changes for National done on line. Link is on the Right ——>  Wisconsin Grand forms for Taps and Change of address under FORMS

96th Promenade Nationale Ad Order Form (315)         Lets see how many ads we can get – more money for the Grand which is a good thing

Letter to the Locales in WIsconsin Nov 29, 2014 (285)

Articles for Badger Forty & EIghter 2014-15 (309)

                                       Look at all the new Albums in Photo Gallery

Ever one try and renew the Past Voyageur of your Voitures and recruit  new deserving veterans in to a great organization.

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 Don’t forget, if you would like The Grand Chef Ken at your function please ask a head of time so he can schedule it.

The Voiture in charge of a wreck needs to supply The Alter Cloth, POW-MIA chair cover and a Large American Flag.

 Check Upcoming  Wrecks in Wreck and Events

 

Grand Voiture de Wisconsin                                            

312 Hillside Circle

Johnson Creek,WI. 53038            wigrandvoiture@tds.net

Home Phone 920-699-5676       Cell Phone 920-723-0005 

Format for Upcoming Non-filer Automatic Revocation List

Most tax-exempt organizations, other than churches, must file a yearly return or notice with the IRS. If an organization does not file as required for three consecutive years, the law provides that it automatically loses its tax-exempt status. Loss of exempt status means an organization must file income tax returns and pay income tax, and its contributors will not be able to deduct their donations.
The IRS will soon publish and begin maintaining a list, updated monthly, of organizations that have had their federal tax-exempt status revoked. The Nonfiler Revocation List will be available in two formats, Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Excel. The list will be divided into separate lists for each state, the District of Columbia, and all other territories and countries. The list will provide, for each revoked organization, the name, Employer Identification Number (EIN), organization type (subsection code), last known address provided to the IRS by the organization, and the effective date of revocation. The effective date of revocation is the original filing due date, without regard to extensions, of the third annual required return or notice that was not filed.
In addition, a single list of all revoked organizations on the Nonfiler Revocation List will be available in ASCII delimited text format.

Jim Romnek
Grand Commissaire Intendant

National Sous Directeur Public Relations Area IV

Voyageurs

As a National Sous Directeur, I know what it takes to get the message out on the Veterans best kept secret pertaining to without a doubt the greatest fraternal Veterans organization on the face of this earth.

We need to develop a plan on getting the word out. Here are a few suggestions on this matter.

-MAKE IT-

MAKE IT A PRIORITY

Send out mailings to the local newspapers, radio stations, or even check on a opportunity to speak on the area radio stations about all the good work we do in the community as Voyageurs.

MAKE IT A REGULAR HABIT

Develop flyers about our organization and hang them is places of business, Veterans Clubhouses, grocery stores, taverns (if you’re from Wisconsin) even churches. Use your own ideas where to do this.

MAKE IT A COMMITMENT

Our organization will die unless it grows. Commit yourself to asking a Veteran to join our ranks every week. You may only get one positive answer out of ten; but if every Voyageur does this then we will grow in leaps and bounds.

MAKE IT YOUR CREED

Take it any way you want, but when we took the oath as new Voyageurs, we all wanted to see this great organization grow not only in membership, but also in all of our programs. Voyageurs, we can make a difference not only in turning our Locales and Grande Voitures into organizations that all Veterans want to be an active part of, but also into a family orientated organization. One where the family would want to attend the State and National functions.

MAKE IT FUN

As a member of La Societe for almost 35 years now, I know first hand what fun we have a tight knit fraternal volunteer Veterans organization. The comraderarie

We show to our fellow Voyageur is second to none. Promenades are always a great time to fine someone 10 cents for screwing up the terminology, having their picture in the paper (publicity hound) having their chapeau on backwards or just about anything. All in good fun! But we do get the work done.

-MEMBERSHIP-

JUST ASK

Thomas J. Orval
Grand Correspondant
Grand L’editeur Badger Forty & Eighter
Grande Voiture “de” Wisconsin
National Sous Directeur Public Relations

FAITH – FAMILY – FORTY & EIGHT

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