Southern Kettle Moraine Horse Trail

Association

Local businesses were especially supportive, with most of the Palmyra and Eagle businesses once again making donations. The club thanks the following generous businesses and individuals who sponsored the event:

$75 Gold Event Sponsors: A.J. Anich Lumber; American Glass & Window, Blair Commercial Painting; Casserly Veterinary Services; Citizens Bank; The Corral Trailer Sales; Friends of Nature; Hags on Nags Saddle Club; Kettle Moraine Equine Hospital; Knucklehead Pub & Grill; Lucky Dog! Day Care Inc; Palmyra Lakeside BP; Proven Power, Racer Placers Inc; Response Realtors; Route 67 Ranch; The Rustix; Triebold Outdoor Power, and West 20 Ranch and Saddle Company; 1863 Coffee Saloon

$25 Silver Event Sponsors included: Banco Services; First Citizens State Bank; The Kettle of Eagle Citgo; Main Street Family Restaurant; Meyers Electric; MP Taqueria.Type your paragraph here.

2018 fundraising event netted $5841

Horseriders’ Campground – Palmyra, Wisconsin
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These sponsors also provided cash donations in addition to their sponsorships or raffle donations: The Corral Trailer Sales, Inc $175; $124 from Julie Lewandowski “Got Pain”; Lucky Dog! Day Care Inc $25; Route 67 Ranch LLC $25; Palmyra Lakeside BP, $25

Custom made donations included a handmade horse quilt donated by Elinore Tonsor; a custom leather breast collar tooled with the SKMHTA club logo made by Twisted Fork Saddle Shop; custom artwork by Kim Falk; and hand painted wine glasses from Geneva Lakes Jewelry. The club’s featured donation this year was a custom western red cedar saddle stand built by club’s trail coordinator – Bob Michaels of Hammered Horse Products.

Raffle prizes and silent auction items for the event were all generously donated by area businesses, individuals, and SKMHTA members. The highest value donations included $430 in gift certificates from Interstate Land Clearing Company; $325 in apparel from West 20 Saddle Company; Home Depot (Mukwonago) donated raffle items valued at $100, including a steel utility cart; The Trout House at Rushing Waters donated $100 Hook-N-Cook certificate;

Donations or gift certificates for raffle and silent auction were also received from the following businesses: Backyard Bikes; Ben Franklin Crafts; CJ’s Coffee N Cream; Chapman’s BP; Cornerstone Restaurant; Cousin’s Subs; Culvers; Doghouse Liquors; Eagle’s Headquarters; Elkhorn Veterinary Clinic; Fleet Farm (Oconomowoc); Friends of Nature, Hags on Nags Saddle Club; Hot Rod Bar & Grill; Insight FS; Jim and Judy’s Foods; Genoa Pizza; Julie Lewandowski “Got Pain”; HHP Farm and Ranch Supply; Kwik Trip (Mukwonago); Lake Geneva Canopy Tours; Mukwonago Animal Hospital; Palmyra True Value; Pick’n Save (Mukwonago); Precision Chiropractic; Proven Power, Rainabobaina’s; Rosati’s Pizza; Sun Fire Stables; Squidy’s Bar; Summer Snow Art; Subway of Palmyra; Tractor Supply Company (Mukwonago) and Triebold Outdoor Power

Donations for raffle prizes and silent auction items were made by the following individuals: Amber Keller, Gene Burlingham, Sandra Shorr, Laura and Don Clemmons, Tara LeRoy, Amy Muth, Kim Falk, and Mary Treutelaar, Larry WoodType your paragraph here.

Please contact SKMHTA Event Coordinator Sandy Shorr by email or phone 1-414-828-3960 

Toni Stockhausen at 1-262-594-3288 or email    

Certificates /small items can be sent or brought to S108W37605 Draper Rd. Eagle, WI, 53119. (We are able to pick up your items too!)

Please Keep the SKMHTA Fall Fundraiser in mind all year:

1.  Always looking for Business Sponsors:

  • $75.00 Gold
  • $25.00 Silver

2.  Donations: Business and Individual

  • Gift Certificates
  • Merchandise - New or "Gently" used
  • Services

3.  Medium to large size wicker type baskets or containers to put           grouped raffle items in.  Clean and good condition please.                         (Donations appreciated - nominal reimbursement available)

4.  We are able to pick up your donated items - All Year Long -

              (Reasonably sized - if questionable - please call)

5.  As always, volunteer are needed.

Thank you to those who have offered to help already.