May Ball to be held from 7:00 - 11:00 p.m. on Saturday May 16, 2020
at 13 East in Jefferson
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus situation and the current ban on groups of 10 or more, we will have to postpone the May Ball until further notice.
Once the threat is over, we hope to reschedule the ball for a later date. Stay tuned to this page and to our Facebook page for further updates. Thank you.
The identity of the new King and Queen is one of the best kept secrets in the City of Jefferson. Nominations for King and Queen are solicited from the community early in the new year. Only the Selection Committee, made up of the last
three years of Kings and Queens know who the next Royalty of Gemuetlichkeit Days will be until they are announced at 8:00 p.m. at May Ball.
Thank you Jeff and Tiffany Schmidt for being our King and Queen for 2019.
this year is only $3.00 each, or two for $5.00 for raffle tickets purchased at the door. You not only will be supporting the Gemuetlichkeit Days Scholarship fund, but will have a chance to win one of several prizes. They are listed
below. If you have already purchased a raffle ticket from a Gemuetlichkeit person prior to this event simply bring a stub along. Card players will also need to purchase this $2 raffle ticket admission. Please join us
to welcome our new royal couple.
Euchre Tournament registration is at 3:00 p.m. Play begins at 3:30 p.m. with a $2.00 entry fee. All entry money is paid out in prizes. The Card Tournament is sponsored by:
. Please thank them for their continued support.
Music for the evening by The Variations from 7-11 p.m.
Raffle prize drawing will take place at 10 p.m.
Raffle ticket prizes for 2019 – THANK YOU to all who so generously donated
1st – Bill Fenton
2nd – Brian Happ
3rd – Don Nass
4th – Steve Induo
5th – Dave Steinke
6th – Dustin Harris
7th – Rick Herro
8th – Tricia Kykendall
9th – Warren Stuelke
10th – Nancy Carroll
11th – Jake Heinz
12th – Cooper Romero
13th – Janet Werner
1st – Jane Weff
2nd – Kris Doxrdenes
3rd – Wanda Funk
4th tied – Kandy Kasbon and MaryAnn Gleisner
5th – Larry L
6th tied – Ray Preuninger and Arnie Trufies
7th – Phyllis Strauss
8th tied – Irene Gentz, Dee Szwec, Lois Kitchener and Jerry Krause