About

The Shorewood Men’s Club and Covid-19

As of January 2022, the Shorewood Men’s Club will now only meet using a Zoom session.  The Zoom session details are sent out via text messages.  Please contact Kyle Feerick if you need the Zoom info.

Who We Are

The Shorewood Men’s Club is a community organization, founded in 1956, as a way for the men in the Village of Shorewood to meet, enjoy a little camaraderie and support worthy village organizations. 64 years later, we are still working to make the Village of Shorewood great by contributing to local charities and organizations. The club is open to all men (and their spouses) who live in, or work in, Shorewood. If you are interested in joining, check out our membership page.

What We Do

The Shorewood Men’s Club meets on the first (1st) and third (3rd) Wednesday of each month from September to June at Hubbard Park Lodge, 3565 North Morris Blvd. For the members who can make the meeting, a typical evening starts at 6:00 p.m. with friendly conversation/drinks and dinner starting at 6:30 p.m. Following dinner, the evening’s guest speaker will entertain, enlighten or amaze. A typical evening wraps up by 8:30 p.m., except for members who choose to stick around for a spirited game of Sheepshead or a drink at the bar.

Four times each year, we hold fundraisers in the village. These fundraisers allow us to donate over $10,000 annually, which goes to charities and organizations which benefit the residents of Shorewood.

Slate of officers and directors for 2021-2022:

President – Kyle Feerick
1st VP, Programs – Doug McTavish
2nd VP, Special Events – Tim Schoewe
Secretary – Bob Adams
Treasurer (1 year) – Henry Gottschlich
Sergeant-At-Arms – Bob Schumacher
Asst. Treasurer – Mike Rupp
3 Year Directors – Jim Lathrop, Andrew Meurer, Roger Ruggeri
2 Year Directors – Jay Blind, Jonathon Lang, Joe Hughes
1 Year Directors – John Hickman, Sandie Pendleton, Ken Zemlicka
Immediate Past President – Natraj Shanker

Banner photo: Plensa sculpture Spillover II and Supemoon rising at Atwater Park on November 13, 2016, 6:30 pm, taken by Peter Chow