Just In Time
Just in time for their 2nd Annual Corporate Membership Meeting, the Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park (WORVPI) recently received delivery of the final sections of their long anticipated Forest County MRA Feasibility Study. The Study was researched by North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission. The study outlines Park operation and identifies the preferred Park location in Forest County.
The entire Study is available on their Web Site at www.WORVPI.org (with the exception of confidential information). Some sections are available in a short synopsis to assure WORVPI's competitive advantage.
Once again, demonstrating our commitment to Badger State motorized trail recreation, WOHVA was a major financial supporter in funding this Study. Two WOHVA Supporting Groups (Badgerland 4X4 Club and Damage, Inc.) also stepped up with financial support for this Study.
WOHVA’s April ’13 Member of the Month Winner
Congratulations to Brian Roger Kussman of Eagle, Wisconsin. Roger is a member of Damage, Inc. (a WOHVA Supporting Group) and was selected as our April WOHVA Member of the Month!
Each month, WOHVA selects one lucky WOHVA Individual Member at random to be recognized as the WOHVA Member of the Month. Winners are announced on the WOHVA website and awarded a special monthly prize (Box of “FREE STUFF!”). All current WOHVA Individual Members are eligible to win.
Again, congratulations Roger!
Annual Meeting 2013
Wisconsin Off Road Vehicle Park Inc. announces 2013 Annual Meeting.
What: WORVPI Annual Meeting 2013
The annual meeting encompasses general business items as well as election of officers for the 2013-2014 year. The annual meeting is open to the public. Existing members in attendance have voting privileges. WORVPI is soliciting Director Candidates from existing membership. If you are interested in becoming a director please provide your credentials to the Board of Directors prior to the meeting to be included on the voting ballot. There will be a write in spot available on the ballot.
An optional lunch will be served after the meeting for $10.
When: Saturday, May 18, 2013 10:30 am – Noon followed by an optional luncheon
Where: Potowatomi Carter Casino and Hotel
618 Wisconsin 32 Wabeno, WI 54566
Admission: The Annual Meeting is free and open to the public. Members may vote. Lunch is available after for $10.
by mail to: WORVPI, 116 South Lake Avenue, Crandon, WI 54520
To register for lunch attach payment for $10 (payable to WORVPI). To register online:
About:The financial and corporate affairs of Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park, Incorporated (WORVPI) are managed by its Board of Directors. Directors serve two year terms and are not compensated for their service.
WORVPI would like to thank our 2012-2013 Board of Directors. The WORVPI Board serves in a volunteer capacity to lend their professional and personal expertise to WORVPI & the entire Wisconsin motorized recreation community. WORVPI would like to acknowledge these individuals for sacrificing their time and talents to assure the success of WORVPI. Their contributions are invaluable and continue to ensure future success.
Providing economic development through a recreational venue which educates and encourages the principles of safe and responsible motorized recreation.
947 Pierce Ave
Oshkosh, WI 54902
Forest County Town of Wabeno renews WORVPI support
At a recent Town of Wabeno Board meeting the group decided unanimously to renew their support of a Wisconsin Off Road Vehicle Park in Forest County. WOHVA was delighted to hear this news from long time member Nathan Kussman. The support of any municipality, especially one so close to the potential park site is crucial. WOHVA and WORVPI both appreciate the support.
Thanks Roadside 4 Wheelers!
WOHVA would like to thank the members of Roadside 4 Wheelers (Roadside) for demonstrating their support for the cause by stepping forward to become WOHVA’s newest Supporting Group. Roadside displays commitment and shows their advocacy for supporting motorized recreation opportunities here in the Badger State through their support.
Again, thanks Roadside for your support of the Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association!
WOHVA Annual Meeting 2013: The end of an era, not the end of a vision.
Mole Lake, WI April 13, 2013;
WOHVA’s 2013 Annual Meeting offered volumes of information for members and guests on topics from Wisconsin Off Road Vehicle Park Inc, OHV registration legislation updates, insurance updates and elections. WOHVA is happy to introduce Tony Wick as our new Chief Operating Officer; watch the WOHVA blog for a brief bio on Tony. John Schnorr was succeeded in the position of CEO of the Wisconsin Off Highway Vehicle Association after 10+ years of leadership. Former CCO and COO Dan Bergin will take the reins of the Association. Dan is ready to continue on a very similar course. He had some comments after the meeting: “John and I were the first WOHVA members and the association started from a similar vision. We wish to ensure a future for OHV recreation in the State of Wisconsin. John has done an excellent job leading volunteers, working with legislators and public agencies as well as planning for the future. I am very happy to step up to the task of CEO and continue to proactively work towards a positive future for OHV use in Wisconsin. I thank John, the other WOHVA board members and our army of volunteers for the success we have shared in the past. I’m happy to say that John isn’t leaving WOHVA, he will continue on as our Legislative Director, a capacity we all know he excels in. John also continues as the President of Wisconsin Off Road Vehicle Park, Inc and the Lake States Resource Alliance, two organizations WOHVA has aligned with strategically for years.”
Look for meeting minutes and other updates coming soon on WOHVA.COM
Only a Few Hours Left!
In just a few short hours the Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) will be kicking off our 9th Annual Wisconsin OHV Enthusiast Workshops at the Mole Lake Lodge & Conference Center in Crandon, Wisconsin. This event has become the premier OHV informational source for Badger State motorized recreation enthusiasts.
This Workshop is your source for contemporary educational and safety offerings regarding trail riding here in Wisconsin. Those attending will learn CPR, be trained in safe and effective trail building, acquire mammal track identification skills, hear the latest on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Motorized Vehicle Use Map, receive information on financial management of your non-profit organization (club, volunteer group or state association) and be updated on the latest trail recreation news from the Wisconsin DNR.
While visiting Mole Lake, participants also are afforded an opportunity to attend WOHVA’s Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, the Annual WOHVA Membership Meeting, WOHVA’s Luncheon with Land Managers & Elected Officials and WOHVA Annual Membership Banquet.
Those at our Workshop will walk away being a more informed and stronger advocate for motorized trail recreation here in the Badger State. If you’re not planning to attend don’t fret, you can always attend next year (April 11 & 12, 2014)!
The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association exists for the sole purpose of proactively assuring that public and private off-highway motorized vehicular recreational opportunities are expanded in Wisconsin for safe use by this and future generations