Co-Rec Softball Tournament
10 team double elimination
Entry fee $100.00 per team. Cash payout to the top 3 teams
July 12, 13, & 14
Where: Rockville, MN
Questions contact: Kirstin @ 320-493-1748
Registration forms located under the tournament tab to the right in the site navigational box under #6.
To locate the correct Committee Member & Contact Information: Click on the COMMITTEE DIRECTORY link that is located to the right of the page.
As many of you may know I am Kathleen Stanger the Rock-Fest Coordinator who has chaired the Rockville community festival. Due to a family death that has been devastating to the family I have resigned as coordinator. The past 9-years have been rewarding in so many ways; I am grateful for having the opportunity to meet so many different people and to have gained so many friendships. The committee over these several years strived to evolve into and organization that had a mission in mind to achieve goals for the community that the members could be proud of. Some of the accomplishments over the past few years included: donating funds and volunteer time to organizations such as the Rockville PTC, Sportsman’s Club, Rockville Scholarship program, winter community youth nights, community food shelf, and Toys for Tots. In addition, we were an independent organization that annually coordinated and funded Rockville’s community festival.
I am happy to say since my resignation, the Rockville Sportsman’s Club has stepped forward to lead in coordination of the festival. Along with this club leading the festival it will still take many other local organizations and community volunteers to help make Rock-Fest a success.
The Sportsman’s Club has selected the festival date to be: Saturday, July 13th. I encourage the readers to extend a hand by contacting the club to let them know how you’d like to get involved. Volunteering for Rock-Fest is very easy. You don’t need to commit several hours. Ex: Volunteer one hour of your time, commit to chaperoning an event, or become a sponsor.
Again, I want to thank you for your years of support and making Rock-Fest a celebration that Rockville can be proud of; wonderful community and extraordinary people!
Rock-Fest, Box 144, Rockville MN 56369
Woody Sankey (320) 433-9236 or Rockville Sportsman’s Club 320-253-2917
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10 minutes West of St. Cloud, Hwy 23
ROCK-FEST 2013 Festival
Saturday, JULY 13th
Theme: Will soon be revealed. The cow as our mascot
Festival Collector Buttons - $1.00 ea; Admission for charted tours and for an extra clue for the medallion hunt.
EVENTS ARE BEING PLANNED ~ watch this site for updates.
Rock-Fest would like to extend a Specail Thank You to the following businesses for their generous contributions in helping with the success of the 2012 community events!
To learn more about these businesses click to their website~
B's Liquor and Quick Mart; Rockville, MN Bsliquorandquickmart.com
Coborns; St. Cloud, MN coborns.com
CW Technology; St. Cloud, MN cwtechnology.com
Dooley's Petroleum; Murdock, MN dooleyspetroleum.com
SILVER SPONSOR GNP (Gold'n Plump); Cold Spring, MN gold'n plump.com
SILVER SPONSOR Granite Tops; Rockville, MN granite-tops.com
Honer, Scott and Toni; Rockville, MN
Hydro Engineering; Rockville, MN hydro-eng.com
SILVER SPONSOR Irene's Lakeside Ceramics; Rockville, MN sandrasdragonden.com
Jeff's Auto Body; Rockville, MN jeffsautobody.com
Kohen's Heating & A/C; Paynesville, MN kohensheating.com
Leafguard Gutters; Saint Joseph, MN leafguardgutters.com
Mies Outland; Watkins, MN miesoutland.com
McKay's Chrysler Jeep Dodge; Waite Park, MN mckaysfamilychryslerjeepdodge.com
Rinke Noonan, LTD; St. Cloud, MN rnoon.com
Saint Cloud Rox; St. Cloud, MN stcloudrox.com
Saint Cloud Toyota; Waite Park, MN stcloudtoyota.com
Simple Outdoor Experiences; St. Cloud, MN simplyoutdoorexperiences.org
State Bank of Cold Spring; Cold Spring, MN statebank.com
SILVER SPONSOR Stoney's Bar; Rockville, MN stoneysrockville.com
Woeste, Roger and Patricia; St. Joseph, MN
Rock-Fest is a committee of volunteers who coordinate: *July Community Festival*Monthly Youth Nights*Bingo*Other Community Events*
ROCK-FEST COMMUNITY SUPPORT
For the past several years Rock-Fest has been organizing events to raise toys for tots, socks for those in need, and food for the local food shelf. In addition, on various occasions they have donated hundreds of hours helping local community organizations, volunteered at the local school and helped neighboring communities with their events. Below are only a few of the Rock-Fest team highlights.
April's YOUTH NIGHT theme was 'Silly Sock' . Students who brought new pairs of socks were given additional chances to win door prizes. These socks were donated to the Cold Spring Food shelf. Youth night has been held once a month at the Rockville Parish Center for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students during the school year. The theme for May 18th Youth Night is 'Wacky Hair'. This will be the last Youth Night of the year. Pictured left to right are Kathleen Stanger, Connie Rausch (food shelf volunteer), Rosie Ashfeld and Adeline Boucher.
December 2011 Teen Dance Food Drive Pictured below are Rock-Fest Youth Night volunteers Carol Dietman left and Kathleen Stanger center, with Food Shelf volunteer Elaine Dockendorf. Thirty pounds of food were collected at the December Youth Night which was held at the Rockville Parish Center, December 16th. The food was donated to the local Cold Spring Food Shelf.
October 2011 $500 Local Project Donation:
February 2011 Teen Dance Food Drive Rockville Youth Night collected food donations at their February 2011 event. Pictured below are, Carol Dietman, Rock-Fest Member; Iris Halloran, Cold Spring Food Shelf Coordinator; Kathleen Stanger, Rock-Fest Coordinator, Rosie Ashfeld and Adeline Boucher, Rock-Fest Members
Spring 2010 Teen Dance Annual Sock Fund-Raiser Rockville's recent Youth Night was themed "Silly Sock Hop". Kids were encouraged to donate new socks for local clothing drive. Pictured above (left to right): Lions's Club members Daryl Steil and Dale Borgmann, Rock-Fest committee members Carol Dietman, Kathleen Stanger, Rosie Ashfled and Adeline Boucher.
December 2009 Teen Dance Toys for Tots and Food Drive Sophia Feldhege and Megan Schlangen, Rockville Royalty, are pictured with the 36 food items and 50 toys/clothing items collected at the December 11th Youth Night. The food was taken to the Cold Spring food shelf by Adeline Boucher and the other items were given to the Rockville Area Lions Club for Christmas distribution.
November 2009 Teen Dance Food Drive Rockville Youth Night collected 45 pounds of food donations and three pairs of gloves at their November 2009 event. Pictured below are Kathleen Stanger, Rock-Fest Coordinator; Iris Halloran, Cold Spring Food Shelf Coordinator; carol Dietman, Rosie Ashfeld and Adeline Boucher, Rock-Fest Members.
APRIL 2009 TEEN DANCE SOCK HOP! A 'Sock Hop' was held on April 17th for the 6th, 7th and 8th grade students of the area at the Rockville Parish Center. Students were asked to bring in a new pairs of stocking for a clothing drive. Fifty-five pairs and packages of stockings were donated to the Rockville Area Lions Club for distribution. Pictured are Carol Dietman, Adeline Boucher and Kathleen Stanger of the Rock-Fest Committee making the presentation to Daryl Steil and Dale Borgmann, Lions Club members.
2010 Halloween Teen Dance
Rock-Fest volunteers for this event pictured from left to right: Carol, Kirstin, Adeline, Kathleen, and Rosie.
2009 Halloween Party for the John Clark Elementary students, Rockville Middle School.
Rock-Fest volunteers for this event, pictured from left to right: Adeline, Kathleen, Carol and Rosie.
YOUTH DANCE & EVENTS!
Open to Students from all Cities!
Grades of 5th, 6th & 7th
Watch this site for fall 2013 dates
Music by, Sound Storm DJ
Hosted by Rock-Fest, our Parish Community Youth Group, & Local Volunteers
Location: Rockville Parish Center behind the Church, Main Street Rockville
$9.00 per student. All inclusive event ~ No other cash is needed!
All you can eat (pizza, snacks, beverages)
Dance to live DJ entertainment (playing top 40-hits)
NEW THIS YEAR: Play video games
Play various board games and take part in group contests
Spin the teen dance wheel for the chance to win prizes (prize values of a $1 up to $10)
Example of Prizes: Candy, pop, carnival prizes, gift cards to restaurants, movie passes and more!
Face painting and more!
Join us on Facebook: Rockville Rock-fest Youth Night
To the Parents and Guardians:
Volunteers are encouraged for shifts as minimal as one hour (set up, supervision or assist with tear down)
Businesses and Organizations Special Note: You can set up a booth for students to pick up your flyers, share your mission, or teach your craft.
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