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Published On: June 3rd, 2020

Grafton, WI – Although our season is postponed indefinitely including our original Opening Night of May 30th, the Lakeshore Chinooks remain optimistic and continue to prepare for a potential Northwoods League season. The health and safety of our fans, players, coaches, staff, interns, and host families remain our number one priority. Our organization remains committed to participating in the 2020 NWL season when we can ensure proper CDC guidelines are in place and adequate testing for COVID-19 is available for our team and staff. With the hopes of potential games at Kapco Park this summer, we are currently accepting applications for game day positions in concessions and hospitality this summer. All game day positions are contingent on games taking place this summer and employment space is very limited.

Our game day employees play a vital role in helping deliver a first class experience for all Chinooks fans. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. Employees under the age of 16 can be hired by the Chinooks but must have a workers permit. For Concessions/Hospitality positions, the team is looking to hire candidates for a number of positions including grillers, bartenders, cashiers, food prep and runners, wait staff, and hospitality area managers. Hours and pay vary by position but applicants must be available a majority of the Chinooks home game schedule.

Individuals interested in applying, click the link and fill out the short form online: Game Day Employment Form

Shortly after you have completed the online form, a member of our front office will be in touch with you to schedule a online virtual interview. Please also fill out the Chinooks Employment Application then either mailing it to 983 Badger Circle Grafton, WI 53024 or email it to For any additional comments or concerns, please email our Director of Operations, Hospitality & Special Events, Robert Rothe (

Our office will continue to provide information and updates as we receive them from the Northwoods League and local health officials.