|1 Dodger Bowl||321 King St, Dodgeville, WI 53533||7:00|
|2 Walk-On Bar||120 East Main St, Mount Horeb, WI 53572||7:00|
|3 Badger Burger||200 S Rochester St, Mukwonago, WI 53149||6:30|
|4 TJ's Sports Bar and Grill||1502 Clark St, Manitowoc, WI 54220||6:30|
|5 Plautz's Pub||310 E. 2nd St, Merrill, WI, 54452||6:00|
|6 Badger Crossing||909 Front St, Cashton, WI 54619||6:00|
|7 Buzz's||W2116 County Road S, Freedom, WI 54130||7:00|
|8 Barn Board Grill & Saloon||517 Cherry Ln, Roberts, WI 54023||6:30|
The Wisconsin Wrestling Federation is divided into eight districts with a representative from each district responsible for the operation of the annual district meeting. Each district shall conduct an annual meeting of members from within their respective district prior to the WWF state annual meeting held in October. At the annual district meeting, each district will hold elections and select kids state qualifier (formerly known as kids regional) tournament sites.
The District Directors shall act as a coordinator for clubs within their own district, must develop a structure for district meetings (which may include officers), and must conduct at least one informational meeting prior to the annual meeting of members to hold elections and select regional tournament sites. The District Director is responsible to do the following: attend and help direct the youth regional Folkstyle tournament in their district; act as a resource person for their district by handling questions and problems; submit minutes of each regional meeting to the state chairperson within ten days of the meeting; submit a list of tournament dates in district at the annual meeting of members; present the position of the Wisconsin Wrestling Federation on issues; provide current and up-to-date contact information for use on the Wisconsin Wrestling Federation’s website.
At the annual meeting of members each club situated in Wisconsin and registered with USA Wrestling as of the date of the meeting shall be entitled to one vote.
All feedback, opinions and questions should be directed towards the area director of your home geographical district. The WWF district meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Additional details can be found in the WWF Bylaws.