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Dublin School Picnic
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Members of the Pleasant Prairie Historical Society would like to sincerely thank all who volunteered, donated, attended and supported the Dublin School Fundraiser Picnic held on Saturday, September 9th at Halter Wildlife. The Society greatly appreciates the support of the residents, businesses and for all those who share a passion for preserving the community’s history.
A special thank you goes to the event host Halter Wildlife and their staff and all of the other event sponsors/volunteers including: Balanced Environments Inc., Bane-Nelson, Inc., Bear Development, CJW Inc., Costco, Culver’s of Pleasant Prairie,Historical Society Members, JackPot Portables, Jerry Smith’s Produce and Country Store, Kwik Trip, Inc., Leaping Lizards Events, Legacy Property Management, Lexington Homes, Lighthouse Quilters Guild, Lynch Chevrolet of Kenosha, Mis-Shifts Car Club, Pinnacle Engineering Group, Uline and Village Fire & Rescue and Police Departments and RecPlex. Many others generously provided wonderful raffle prizes.
Highlights from the event included: live music by the GOOROOS and Dem Cider Boys, raffles and bingo, hay rides, games and bouncy houses for the kids, 95 WIIL Rock and an old-fashioned desserts auction. Great fun was had by all, with special appearances by the Pleasant Prairie Princesses and the Mascots-- Haribo Bear, McGruff Dog “Take a Bite out of Crime”, Scoopie the Culver’s Cone, Sparky the Fire Dog, and Jelly Belly Mr. Big.
Proceeds from this event, along with other monetary donations will support the 2018 restoration and construction of accessibility to the 90 year old Dublin School building. The Dublin School, located at 3875 116th Street will be used as a local museum for Pleasant Prairie.