Fall 2018 “Iron Man” Clays Event

WPWS Fall “Iron Man” Clays Event

Tuesday October 23rd, 2018
Woodfire Lodge at Triple J Wing and Clay
2687 Man Cal Road | Brillion, WI 54110
A Variety of Targets Await. Shoot as Much as you Can/Want.

9:00am – Registration & Networking
10:00am – Clays Events Begin
11:30am – Lunch Available
2:30pm – Bar Opens
3:00pm – Networking Reception & Prizes

We invite you to join us for our first-ever sporting clays event! This is our Fall fundraiser for our well construction projects around the world, so not only will you have fun, you’ll be helping us raise money too!

Gather with your fellow vendors and contractors, network, show off your shooting skills, pick up a few pointers for the hunting season ahead. Whether an expert or beginning, this event is for you. Shoot as much as you’d like (or as much as you can) during the day and try all of the course configurations including 100-target and 50-target Sporting Clays, Make-A-Break, Target Flurry, Poison Bird, Crossing Teal, and Wobble Bird.

Register yourself and a group, bring a shotgun, plenty of shells, eye and ear protection, and any other gear you may need. Follow a few safety rules and have a blast! We’ll take care of everything else!

Register today and bring a friend! $125 per person for everything!

This event is open to WPWS and WWWA members and their guests.
Station sponsorships are available for $150.00. Includes signage, logo in program, listing in newsletter.

For more information, contact WPWS at 888/782-6815.

Download Invitation Form

Our industry has delivered water – in a safe and cost-effective way – to homes, farms, and businesses across the state.  Our codes, our licenses, our inspections, our products, our training/education, and our people – people like you – are the reasons for our success.   But things aren’t quite the same in the rest of the world….


According to the World Health Organization, 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to clean water
—about one person in six.  As a result, 4,900 people die each day – ninety percent of which are children under age five – because of a lack of water or water lacking in quality.

We have now completed three well projects and hope to complete another this year. Your support for this outing will help us to say “YES!” to a community that would also benefit from a well.

To see how we are making a difference, we’ll continue to provide project updates, photos, and stories about how our project is changing lives. Closer to home, our work inspired a group of students to hold a “walk for water” to raise money and help us to help more people.  It’s just that sort of awareness – for the importance of clean water and the role our industry plays – that we were hoping for.

We live in a place where water is plentiful, but there’s more to the story.  The story of clean water in Wisconsin includes all of you!  Thank you for your help as we take our work across the globe….