Medina-Dale-Readfield Lions Club
The Medina-Dale-Readfield Lions Club is a co-ed club established in 1966, with a current membership of 22. Medina - Dale - Readfield (Wisconsin) are three small communities that have come together in service as a Lions Club! We are located along U.S. Highway 96, just west of Appleton. All our members have ties to the Medina-Dale-Readfield area, but most live within a 10-15 mile radius in Appleton, Fremont, Hortonville, Larsen, Neenah, and New London.
We Would Love To Have You Join Us!
We meet on the first and third Monday of each month at the Bean City Bar in New London. There are no restaurants in Medina, Dale or Readfield that are large enough to accommodate us - so we travel just a bit to Bean City. Lion Dan Deeg is part-owner of Bean City - they give us wonderful food at a very reasonable price.
*WE SELL FLAGS* Various sizes of American flags and Wisconsin flags are on hand for sale. Additional sizes can be special ordered.
See our website for more details: http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/medinadalereadfieldwi/index.php
Community Food Pantry
N848 Industrial Drive, Dale
Phone: (920) 779-6705
Food Pantry Hours:
Wed. Noon – 1:30 pm
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Helping 2nd Hands Hours:
Wed. 10:00 am – 6:30 pm
** Donations Always Appreciated **
Dale Trailblazers Snowmobile Club
Yes, there is a local snowmobile club!
First let me introduce myself, my name is Chad Degal and I’m the President of the Dale Trailblazers and have been since 2008. Second, if you’re a land owner and we cross your land with our trails, THANK YOU!! Without the consent of land owners there would not be any trails here and close to 90% of the rest of the Wisconsin.
Our club has been in existence since 1968, we currently have 80 members and a little over 45 miles of trails we mark and maintain in the towns of Dale and Caledonia. The club does this work with volunteer helpers and the two Sno-Boss trail groomers we purchased in 2011 and 2015……Too bad the trails weren’t open this year, let’s hope for more snow next year.
This year the DNR is introducing a new “TRAIL PASS REGISTRATION” system. You can either choose to join a club or opt out but pay more money to the DNR. Is it confusing? Is it going to be more paperwork for the snowmobile clubs? Yes, but I think it will be great for Wisconsin snowmobile clubs. The more people that join a snowmobile club and get educated on how much work it is to mark and maintain our trails the better off all snowmobiling will be in the future.
We welcome you to become friends with our Facebook page. On it you will find more information about the club and the new trail pass system. I also welcome anyone that would like to become a member of the Dale Trailblazers to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.