Welcome to the Wisconsin Dells

Jorgenson_portrait.jpgWelcome friends, 

On behalf of the Village of Lake Delton, the Delton Fire Department, and the Sauk County Fire Chiefs' Association, I am excited to once again welcome you to our action packed community and the beautiful Kalahari Resort. This year's conference is sure to be another great opportunity of networking, professional growth, and plenty of fun. 

For those of you who have previously attended the State Chiefs' conference in the Dells, you know very well the great accommodations and family friendly fun this town has to offer.  If you have never been to the Dells before, you are in for a real treat.  There is an endless list of experiences awaiting you and your family.  From the famous sandstone rock formations skirting the Wisconsin River to the beautiful state and local parks, numerous dining options, shows, shopping, thrill rides, boat and duck tours, and of course waterslides; there truly is something for all interests and all ages.  So if you bring your family along, which I'm sure they'd prefer you did, they will have plenty to do while you attend the conference. For more information on what the Lake Delton and Wisconsin Dells areas have to offer, visit the tourism bureau's website at wisdells.com. 

On Thursday evening, the proud members of the Delton Fire Department are honored to host you at our station for a reception. Transportation will be provided between the Kalahari and the fire station where you'll enjoy a tasty reception, cold drinks, and a stroll around the fire/ems facility. 

We are thrilled to announce the Saturday night President's Reception will take place at the world famous Tommy Bartlett Show. Transportation will again be provided where you'll enjoy a catered dinner at the show grounds along with attendance to the iconic and thrilling Tommy Bartlett Ski, Sky, and Stage show; this is an event not to be missed. 

Once again, welcome to Lake Delton and the Wisconsin Dells area - "The Waterpark Capital of the World!®"

Darren Jorgenson
Fire Chief