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Meet Miss WI 2015 Rosalie Smith!

7/16/2015
Meet Waukesha native and Miss WI 2015 Rosalie Smith at the 2015 Heroes, Horses & Hogs Event. Rosalie...   MORE

The MadPolecats to entertain at this year's show.

7/9/2015
Enjoy live music by the MadPolecats 11am-3pm. The Madpolecats deliver a unique form of entertainment...   MORE



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Meet Miss WI 2015 Rosalie Smith!

7/16/2015

Meet Miss WI 2015 Rosalie Smith!

Meet Waukesha native and Miss WI 2015 Rosalie Smith at the 2015 Heroes, Horses & Hogs Event. Rosalie was crowned Miss Wisconsin 2015 on Saturday, June 20, 2015 in Oshkosh and will compete for Miss America 2015 at the national pageant in Atlantic City, NJ on September 13, 2015.

During her year as Miss Wisconsin, Smith will travel throughout the state advocating her platform issue, "Centered on Loving in Need - Substance Abuse Awareness." Smith's platform was based on the loss of her brother, Colin, who died from alcohol addiction more than two years ago.

Smith is a student at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She plans to pursue a career in pediatric oncology.

Smith will be at the show 1-4pm to greet show attendees and participate in the awards ceremony.


The MadPolecats to entertain at this year's show.

7/9/2015

The MadPolecats to entertain at this year's show.

Enjoy live music by the MadPolecats 11am-3pm. The Madpolecats deliver a unique form of entertainment developed by fusing together traditional bluegrass instruments with reggae/ska/punk influences, making rastabilly music or, skunkgrass. This family band has an arsenal of instruments, and is made of musicians who have played together at roadhouse bars, churches, music festivals, concert halls, fund raising events, benefits, weddings, wakes, and some of the best street corners in Wisconsin.


Heroes, Horses & Hogs Check Presentations

9/12/2014

Heroes, Horses & Hogs Check Presentations

The 6th annual Heroes, Horses & Hogs - All American Mustang and Harley Show - celebrated American Pride with the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang while honoring fallen, past and present heroes. The event hosted at Open Road Harley-Davidson in Fond du Lac was a great opportunity for Mustang and Harley-Davidson enthusiasts to gather and share their respective passions with $2,500 in proceeds benefiting the Disabled American Veterans of Fond du Lac & Winnebago Counties. This event is unique to the Midwest and is supported by many local businesses including Holiday Automotive, wisnet.com, Open Road Harley-Davidson and Eden Meats & Catering. Since the event's inception in 2009, the event has raised over $17,900 and continues to make a difference in the greater Fond du Lac & Oshkosh areas.


Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn available at this year's show!

7/1/2014

Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn available at this year's show!

Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn started in May of 2013 with the idea of creating a company that would work mainly with non-profit organizations or charitable events to help raise money for their use. Our first event was Walleye Weekend in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin with the Noon Kiwanis and we grew from there. In 2013, our first year, we were able to donate over $2,000 to different events that we worked with. Grandpa Chuck's continues to grow as we do more events with charities and non-profit organizations. We will always give back to the communities, events and organizations that we work with to help them improve the lives that they touch. This year, in 2014, we will help raise money for no fewer than 10 different non-profit organizations or charities and we hope that number will grow in years to come. Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn is proud to be a part of this year's show to support past & present military and their families.