Redeemer Christian Preschool will staff the pop and water stands at this year's festival. The school will use the funds earned to pay for expenses incurred throughout the year. Young children are the future of the community and this organization does its best to provide them with Christian faith and education.
Catholic Area Schools of Eau Claire
The faculty/staff in our Catholic schools are
dedicated to providing the highest quality education for our children. We work together to ensure
that our students will grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, and emotionally. St. James Catholic
Elementary School staff & parents will be working at the Information Booth/Merchandise Sales area at
Festival in the Pines. Proceeds earned will be used to help enhance and improve our school technology.
Boy Scout Troop #30
The 11th point of Scout law: "A scout is clean." That is one of the reasons why Troop #30 has picked up trash at Festival in the Pines for the past 25 years. In addition, the Boy Scout troop is responsible for Carson Park parking and security. Proceeds earned from the scout's efforts will be used for summer camp, winter camp and canoe trips.
National T.T.T. Society
T.T.T., which stands for time, talent and treasures, is a national organization of women who donate their time to send girls to camp - and more! It is a nonprofit, philanthropic organization dedicated to providing and educational camping experience for girls who might not otherwise have a chance.
T.T.T. - Wisconsin Chapter C will be taking tickets for the children’s games and rides area at Festival in the Pines and assisting young children as they play the games.
The Eau Claire
One of the oldest and most active male choruses in the country, will staff the Bernatello's Pizza trailer at Festival in the Pines. The group will use the revenue from the pizza sales to provide scholarships for high school and college students who wish to pursue a career in music.
Hallie Optimist Club
The purpose of an optimist club is to develop optimism as a philosophy of life to promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs; to inspire respect for law; and to encourage development of youth. This vibrant organization will staff the admission gates on Saturday. The club will use the proceeds to help sponsor youth athletic leagues, weathering the homes of the elderly or conducting oratorical contests for young people.
The Eau Claire City/County
The Eau Claire County Tavern League will staff the beer garden at Festival in the Pines for the 17th year. The organization will use the revenue to enhance its 'Safe Ride' program and to further educate the public about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Nokomis "Girls on the Go"
Nokomis Girls on the GO includes Girl Scouts from the Chippewa Valley who enjoy traveling and participating in worldwide events. Upcoming trips the girls have planned include a visit to the birth place of Girl Scouting in Savannah, GA in 2015, as well as a 2017 London, Paris, and Switzerland tour with visits to two of the Girls Scout World Centers. Register your school-aged daughter now so they can take part in these once-in-a-lifetime adventures. At Festival in the Pines, the Nokomis Girls will be staffing the Gordy's County Market Shop 'n Drop, located near the main entrance.
Otter Creek Christian School
Otter creek christian school is a school that believes in a strong christian education where family, school and church work together to give our children the best opportunity to become good christian leaders. We will be staffing the admissions gate on Sunday. The funds we earn will go towards helping with expenses through out the year.
The St. Paul Harley Owners
Group (HOG) Chapter #2454
The St. Paul Harley Owners Group (HOG) Chapter #2454 has been active since 1985 and is sponsored by St. Paul Harley-Davidson in St. Paul, MN. The mission of the Chapter is to promote safe and responsible activities related to motorcycling for HOG members, encouraging participation in all HOG-related events. Our goal is to create an increased level of interest for the sport of motorcycling. The St. Paul HOG Chapter has more than 210 members, holds monthly meetings and conducts scheduled rides in the summer, as well as several other events throughout the year involving Chapter members and guests each year.
United Cerebral Palsy of
West Central Wisconsin (UCP)