R&R Ranch Hosts Harvest Time Benefit During October

Oct. 4, 2011

Come join R & R Ranch, now thru October 31, 2011, as they celebrate harvest time in beautiful Big Bend, Wisconsin. Proceeds from all sales benefit St. Joseph Catholic Church and School-Big Bend. Enjoy tractor driven hayrides thru meandering horse trails to the great pumpkin patch where you’ll be sure to pick that perfect jack-o-lantern pumpkin or spend the afternoon apple picking in peaceful orchards for that delicious apple pie recipe. Corn stalks, ready picked pumpkins and hay bales are also available for your outdoor home decorating needs!

 

 

 

R & R Ranch is located at W226 S8025 Guthrie Road, Big Bend, WI 53102 (Directions: Hwy. 43 North to Exit 50 (Big Bend) South 1 mi. to Guthrie Road Left on Guthrie (Hwy U) to top of hill.) and are open Saturday & Sundays 10am to 5pm and Weekdays 4pm to 7pm. All purchases are cash only. Families, friends and group outings are all welcome, contact R&R Ranch to make group arrangements or if your have any questions at 262-662-4920 / 414-254-8726 or rbautch1@wi.rr.com.

 

 

 

Proceeds from all sales will benefit St. Joseph Catholic Church & School which is located in southeastern Wisconsin, in the Village of Big Bend. They are a growing parish with over 975 families, a K4 through 8th grade day school, and a Christian Formation Ministry program for children of the parish attending public school. St. Joseph Catholic Church & School also offers many other programs for youths, teens, families, adults and the elderly of their parish and community. Your generous purchases from R&R Ranch will ensure the success of St. Joseph Catholic Church & School and their many outreach parish ministries.

 

 

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