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WWF District and Annual Meetings Scheduled

By Gabby Lord-Klein, 08/22/23, 3:00PM CDT


The Wisconsin Wrestling Federation has scheduled its annual district meetings for Wednesday, September 13th and Wednesday, September 20th. Please select here to confirm your district’s meeting location, date, and start times.

The WWF is divided into eight districts with a representative from each district responsible for the operation of the annual district meeting. Directors act as a coordinator for clubs within their own district, develop a structure for district meetings, and conduct at least one informational meeting prior to the annual meeting of members (October 15th) to hold elections and select the Kids State qualifier tournament sites. Each district director determines the process for selecting the kids regional host site. Director positions for districts 1, 3, 5 and 7 are up for elections this year—current clubs and USA Wrestling leaders are eligible to vote. Please select here to confirm your district, meeting location, date and time.

The WWF district meetings are open to the public; everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Feedback, opinions, and questions should be directed toward the area director of your home geographical district. For more information, please visit the WWF districts page and bylaws.

The annual meeting is scheduled for Sunday, October 15th, at The Lodge in Mauston and will begin at noon. This is an open meeting where we will hear from WWF State Chairperson, Todd Schaaf, and multiple other directors with their year-in-review. Up for vote this year at the Annual Meeting are the At-Large member positions. Tom Platner was voted in to serve an additional two years as the Officials Director this month. For more information on the WWF team, please visit us online here. An agenda will follow as we get closer to the meeting date. 

The Wisconsin Wrestling Federation, guided by USA Wrestling, provides quality opportunities for its members to achieve their full human and athletic potential. Wisconsin Wrestling Federation will strive to be USA Wrestling’s best state organization