Rabbi Memorial Golf Outing

Join us for the 2ndAnnual Rabbi’s Memorial Golf Outing. All proceeds will go to the Rabbi Memorial Fund, used to provide scholarships to high school students, and The V Foundation for cancer research.

The event is a four-person scramble at University Ridge and will include contests, raffle prizes, flight winners and a Rabbi’s t–shirt inventory clearance sale!

Stick around after the golf and invite others to enjoy the Mighty WheelHouseon the terrace at University Ridge for just a $5 cover charge (no cover for those that golf!). The WheelHousedelivers both original music that is garnering national record label interest and covers that will keep you entertained all night long.

WIN A NEW CAR: KayserChrysler of Sauk City is sponsoring a chance to win a new car with a Hole in One!

Raffle prizes include Badgers, Brewers, Bucks and Notre Dame football tickets, plus items from the Packers, The Masters and more! Prizes for flight winners will include free foursomes to some of the area’s best golf courses!

COST: $125 per golfer includes 18 holes, cart, practice balls, raffle ticket, drink chip, dinner, cover charge for the WheelHouseand a special edition Rabbi’s t-shirt!

Come out on August 7th and give back while enjoying the best your community has to offer. A community impacted by a great man who would want us all to pay it forward. We hope to see you there!

Rabbi's Golf Outing
Give Aways
Green Bay Packers Autographed Football
Milwaukee Brewers Game
Milwaukee Bucks Game
Badgers Football Game
Masters Items
2 Tickets to a Notre Dame Football game
Desert Falls CC Foursome
Golf Clubs
Golf Foursome at University Ridge Golf Course
And more!
Green Bay Packers Autographed Football
Must be present to win.
The Line Up
Mighty Wheelhouse

Mighty Wheelhouse
8:00 - 11P
Roots Rock Country Soul. That’s the kind of music we play. We are based out of Madison, WI, but tour all over the country in our trusty red GMC known as The Red Zeppelin. Please check out our tour schedule to see when we will be in your neck of the woods. For info, please contact us via the contact tab at the top of the site.

WBCA Hall of Fame

Despite all of his coaching accomplishments, it only seems fitting that Bob Beinborn is being inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame as a “Friend of Basketball.” For the past 34 years, that is exactly what he has been to the countless teenagers who have helped shape Cuba City’s proud basketball traditions.

In 1970, Bob began coaching the “A” team boys’ basketball team at St. Rose. For 28 seasons, St. Rose became synonymous with basketball excellence, and Bob became synonymous with St. Rose. But his passion for the game hungered for more, and in 1986 Bob took on the role of freshmen boys’ basketball coach at Cuba City High School — in addition to remaining the head coach of the St. Rose “A” team. In his first 16 years at the helm of the freshman squad, Bob led the Cubans to 13 regular season or tournament championships in the Dubuque (IA) Area Freshman League, including back to back unbeaten season in 1991–92 and 1992–93.

Bob retired from coaching at St. Rose in 1998. But as is fashion, he again added a second coaching duty — JV girls’ basketball coach at Cuba City High School. Today, Bob continues to pull double duty with the freshmen boys and the JV girls’ basketball teams — often racing back from a boy’s game in the time for the girl’s tip–off.

In the off–season, Bob keeps busy by coaching the Cuba City softball team and by serving as co–director of Coach Jerry Petitgoue’s Tri–State Basketball Camps. He also continues in his role as assistant to the Executive Director of the WBCA.

In 1998, USA today named Bob “Volunteer Coach of the Year” in Wisconsin for his countless hours helping with the youth of Cuba City. In 2001, the University of Notre Dame recognized Bob as it’s “Man of the Year” in Dubuque. His induction into the WBCA’s Hall of Fame is another deserved recognition for the man who as overcome two serious bouts with cancer and yet remains committed to the game of basketball and the children who play it.

From his involvement a the local parochial school level to his seat on the Executive Board, Bob has developed a special relationship with the game of basketball that has led to countless victories and awards. But his most impressive legacy has been left to Cuba City basketball and the countless friendships he as developed with his former players. Welcome Bob, the WBCA Hall of Fame.

“What is right is more important than who is right” John Wooden

Robert J. “Rabbi” Beinborn

59, of Cuba City, Wisconsin, died Monday, June 20, 2011, at UW Hospital and Clinics in Madison. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 24, at St. Rose of Lima Church in Cuba City with Rev. David Flanagan officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 2–8 p.m. Thursday at Casey Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Cuba City where the parish wake service will be at 1:30 p.m. Friends may also call from 8:30–10:00 a.m. Friday at the funeral home before the service.

Bob was born on February 16, 1952, in Richland Center, Wisconsin, the son of Fred and Evelyn (Jackson) Beinborn. He married Rose Ann Loring on December 16, 1972. Bob worked at John Deere Dubuque Tractor Works from 1970–1988.

In 1970, he began coaching the “A” team boys’ basketball team at St. Rose. For 28 seasons, St. Rose became synonymous with basketball excellence, and Bob became synonymous with St. Rose. In 1986, Bob took on the role of freshman boys’ basketball coach at Cuba City High School–in addition to remaining the head coach of the St. Rose “A” team. In his first 16 years at the helm of the freshman squad. Bob led the Cubans to 13 regular season or tournament championships in the Dubuque (IA) Area Freshman League, including back–to–back unbeaten seasons in 1991–92 and 1992–93.

Bob retired from coaching St. Rose in 1998. But as was his fashion, he again added a second coaching duty–JV girls’ basketball coach at Cuba City High School. Bob continued to pull double duty with the freshman boys’ and JV girls’ basketball teams–often racing back from a boys’ game in time for the girls’ tip–off. In 1998, USA Today named Bob “Volunteer Coach of the Year” in Wisconsin for his countless hours helping youth of Cuba City. In 2001, the University of Notre Dame recognized Bob as its “Man of the Year” in Dubuque. In 2004, Bob was inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

Bob served as the mayor of Cuba City from 2004–2011. He was a member of the Lions Club, St. Rose of Lima Parish Council and School Board, and the Cuba City Fire Department. Bob enjoyed hunting, fishing, bowling, golfing, and softball. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, son, friend, and coach. Rabbi’s t–shirts were seen everywhere.

Bob survived two serious bouts with cancer. The way he carried on through his struggle is a lesson to all in perseverance, courage, and humility. The positive influence that he has had on the future and people of Cuba City is truly heroic.

Survivors include his wife, Rose, of Cuba City, Wisconsin; one daughter, Kimberly Ann Beinborn, of Pewaukee, Wisconsin; two sons, Brian Kendall (Bridgette) Beinborn and Bradley Robert Beinborn, both of Madison, Wisconsin; two sisters, Vicki Beinborn and Cheryl Kern, both of Cuba City, Wisconsin; four brothers, Bill and John, both of Cuba City, Wisconsin, Don, of Rockton, Illinois, and Tom (Karla), of Lombard, Illinois.