The Phillips Area Aquatic Foundation

The Phillips Area Aquatic Foundation (PAAF) is a non-profit, tax-exempt entity helping to support the programs of the pool.

 

PAAF aims to enhance water safety, community health, and youth development; and insures a quality facility to benefit the entire community.  The Foundation donates thousands of dollars each year so that students of the School District of Phillips can participate in physical education classes at the pool.  They also provide the pool with much of our program equipment, aid with facility updates, and offer scholarships to community members.

 

Banners lining the walls of the pool recognize a handful of PAAF supporters.  Others contribute in-kind gifts for the annual Silent Auction, or participate in our fund-raising events.  For more information regarding the Foundation, or how you can support its aims, please contact the pool office.

Upcoming Fundraising Events

Phillips Chain of Lakes Triathlon

 

The Phillips Chain of Lakes Triathlon is a newly formed non-profit which donates a majority of its proceeds back to the Phillips Area Aquatic Foundation.  Check out their website for information on the swim, bike and run event that will take place in beautiful Phillips, Wisconsin.  www.phillipschainoflakestri.org

July 13

 

Silent Auction

 

Baskets, homemade items, games, and toys will be available for bid at the annual auction.  There will also be a bake sale.  Donations are now being accepted.  If you wish to donate, please drop off your item at the Pool, or call Cindy Quelle at 715-339-4181 or Karen Smart at 715-339-3853.

Bids on lots will be accepted on Friday, Nov. 30 from 5:00-8:00 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 1 from 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  Lots will be found in the High School Commons.

 

Crepe Sale

 

This delicious event will have you coming back for more.  Crepes are sold for $1.50 each for up to 9 crepes, and are $1 each if you purchase 10 or more.  Preorders are accepted by contacting the Pool at 715-339-2143.  Crepes are available beginning at 6 a.m., in the High School Family and Consumer Education classroom. 

Dates TBA