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Cahill Rink in process

Cahill Outdoor Rink's boards and chiller mats. Photo courtesy of Kevin Bendickson.

The plan was to always build an outdoor rink for the 2020-2021 season. But now the ice at Cahill Park has become vital as it will help have a long and healthy season. And we need your help

While construction continues apace, we still need to raise funds in order to cover operating costs like a new Zamboni. We are so close to our goal, but still need donations to help us meet our fundraising goal. There are several ways to support the new rink. 

  • You can make a donation here, or by making out a check to "Milwaukee Winter Club, LLC" and mailing it to the club treasurer at 260 W. Suburban Ct., Fox Point WI 53217. (Checks avoid a small processing fee.) We welcome donations of any amount, but
    • Donations of $2,500 (silver), $5,000 (gold) or more will be recognized on a plaque at the rink.
    • Donations of $100 or more will receive a sticker pack of 5 MWC stickers.
  • You can also recognize your favorite youth sports coach by adding their name to a plaque the club will display to celebrate all of the club's coaches. We are asking for donations of $100 to add a name to a plaque. You can submit your name here.

Our plan was to hold fundraisers on the ice to cover these causes. But the pandemic has, of course, prevented us from doing that. So, if you can help the club meet it's fundraising goal for the year, we'd be grateful! 

MWC Covid-19 Policies

All - Please see below for MWC's Covid-19 policies and procedures.  We are in close contact with the North Shore Health Department in developing these, as well as our local rinks and governing bodies. 

If you have any questions around MWC's Covid-19 policies, please contact Kevin Bendickson (kbendickson@sbcglobal.net)



USM – Key Return to the Rink Guidelines

See below for key guidelines covering USM rink usage going forward until further notice:

  1. Everyone enters the arena wearing a mask. 
  2. 40 person limit which includes the coaches.
  3. No locker rooms so players have to come dressed. They can put their skates, gloves and helmet on in the “staging area”.
  4. Everyone will have their temperature taken & fill out the questionnaire every day.  It’s best to have your questionnaire filled out beforehand.
  5. A parent can come in to tie their child’s skates but must leave afterwards.
  6. Bring your own water bottle. You can fill it up at the dispenser
  7. Lobby and bleachers will be used as the “Primary Staging Area” where the skaters can put on the helmets, gloves and skates.
  8. One person in the bathroom at a time.
  9. Everyone will Exit the Arena through the Northwest Exit Door (between Locker rooms 1 & 2)  

USM Health Screening Tool

See attached for a form that USM is using for each player coming back into the rink this summer.  There will be hard copies at the rink as well.