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Klub and Gruppe News and Updates

Lenten Fish Fry every Friday

Please join us for our Lenten Fish Fry every Friday starting on March 3 through April 7 (there is no fish fry on Good Friday). The Germania Klubhaus is open for dining in and carry-out.

Fish sandwiches, fish dinners, baked mac & cheese, french fries, sweet creamy cole slaw, collard greens, corn bread, New England clam chowder, cheese pizza for the kids, tea, lemonade, coffee and a variety of homemade desserts.

The Klubhaus bar will be open to purchase non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages for guests dining in.  The Germania Wine Shoppe will also be open during the Fish Fry for dining in and carry-out.

See the Lenten Fish Fry event for more details.

Sweep Out the Karneval Season!

Make sure to get your tickets for the Karneval Sweepout Party – Saturday, February 18!  Karneval members will have them at the Membership Meeting and Super Bowl Party, or contact Maria @ mggeers@aol.com or Diane @ dpegram@cinci.rr.com. Continue Reading

Superbowl Party & Chili Cookoff

Join your Germania friends for a Super evening to watch the big game (or the just commercials!).  Doors open at 4:00. Bring camp chairs for the dance floor to watch tailgate-style and bring a snack to share!  We will play the Squares game for a fundraiser and split the pot. COOKOFF If you’d like to… Continue Reading

Get Tickets For Maskenball Now!

Prinz Phil I and Prinzessin Carolyn I hope you’ll join them for foolish shenanigans at the 2017 Karneval Maskenball!  Don’t forget to get your tickets by contacting Maria at 513-508-7794 or Diane at 513-677-5266! Continue Reading

Family Movie Night

Hey, members! Join us for Family Movie Night on Friday, November 25. Doors open at 6:00pm, movie starts about 6:30pm. Admission is $2 per adult, $1 per kid. Pizza and popcorn will be provided – please bring a snack to share. Blankets, pillows and PJ’s are encouraged! A couple of options will be offered and the kids will choose… Continue Reading

History of the Volksmarch

Physical culture and sport are an integral part of German culture. According to the German Embassy, about 27 million people (or a quarter of the population) belong to sports clubs, while another 12 million participate in sports independently. While many of these sports include such competitive sports as soccer, basketball, handball, volleyball, and ice hockey,… Continue Reading

Fall Volksmarch – October 22

“Walking in a Wiener Wonderland” The Germania Volksmarch Gruppe is celebrating Wieners and Wiener Dogs with a 5K and 10K Walk. A Volksmarch (people’s march) is a non-competitive leisurely walk along a marked trail. The goal of a Volksmarch is to develop physical fitness and good health and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow walkers. Continue Reading

Buy a Maibaumplatz Brick

You can establish a legacy with the Germania Society by purchasing an engraved brick to be displayed in the Maibaumplatz at Germania Park. We will etch your name (or the name of your company, school, church or organization or any saying you choose) in the brick to permanently recognize your generosity. Bricks are also a… Continue Reading

2016 Klub Election

Here is a Sample Ballot for the 2016 Germania Election.  If you’d like to see the biography and/or statement from of any candidate, click on their name. President (vote for 1): Chris Marx 1st Vice President (vote for 1): Chris Cartheuser 2nd Vice President (vote for 1): Bernie Rau Secretary (vote for 1): Jen Cline Trustees (vote for 8):… Continue Reading

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