Penfield Croquet Ball

29th Annual

Croquet Ball

Benefiting Penfield Children's Center

Step onto the manicured lawns of the prestigious Milwaukee Country Club for Penfield Children’s Center’s Croquet Ball, where every moment is a celebration of hope and community. Prepare to be swept away by an enchanting evening filled with laughter, love, and the spirit of giving.

Indulge in the rhythm of the night as you revel in a lively program that promises unforgettable entertainment and heartwarming tales of triumph from Penfield families. As the sun sets, embark on a journey through our exclusive silent and live auctions, where treasures await and dreams come true with each bid.

Join us for an evening of elegance, compassion, and boundless joy at the Penfield Children’s Center Croquet Ball – where every smile, every laugh, and every generous gesture shines a beacon of hope for a brighter tomorrow.

Saturday, August 24th, 2024

5:30pm-11:00pm
Milwaukee Country Club
8000 N Range Line Rd. River Hills, WI 53217

2024 Croquet Ball Co-Chairs

Ronny Thompson & Tere Sackerson

Auction Chair

Stacie Ney, Northwestern Mutual

Event Emcee

Toya Washington, Morgan Murphy Media

Presenting Sponsor

Event Sponsor

Ascension, Cramer-Krasselt, Deloitte, Dykema, Ernst & Young, Godfrey & Kahn, J&B Medical, Johnson Controls, Johnson Financial Group, JP Morgan,
Town Bank and UW-Milwaukee

Questions about individual tickets or sponsorship?

Contact: Colleen Bruce, Development Director
Email: colleenbruce@penfieldchildren.org
Phone: (262) 510-1972

About Penfield Children's Center

For over 55 years Penfield Children’s Center has been a leader in child development, providing educational opportunities, behavioral health and therapy services, special care nursing services and an extensive network of community partners to support all aspects of early childhood needs.

We provide a positive start for all children by offering early education, heath and wellness services and family programing in a safe, stimulating environment.

Mission

Ensuring children have positive early experiences from pregnancy through age 5 when the foundations for lifelong development are established.

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