Don’t miss one of the biggest events in St. Croix County this year!  Join us in support of all the heroic men and women of law enforcement who keep our communities safe.

  

We want to feed every law enforcement officer who attends, and all proceeds from the event to benefit the St. Croix County Sheriff’s and the Hudson Police Department. 

  

About this Event


It’s time to stand up to the leftist anarchists intent on destroying our Country. 
 Police and law enforcement officials at all levels are being demonized, defunded, and generally disrespected by leftist anarchists and Democrat administrations in major cities all across the nation.  Our goal with this event is to come together with patriot citizens all throughout the St. Croix river valley in both Wisconsin and Minnesota to show our appreciation and support for police, sheriff, state patrol, and other law enforcement departments at all levels who work day and night to keep us safe.

We’ll fundraise to benefit our great local law enforcement agencies, hear from some great speakers including former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.  Also on hand will be some of our elected representatives for you to talk to directly.

Event proceeds will go to benefit the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department, and the Hudson Police Department.

This event will be held on the grounds of Big Guy’s BBQ Roadhouse, who provides some of the best barbecue anywhere.

Event Registration begins Monday, August 17th at 9:00am

 

God Bless America!

 

Date And Time

Saturday, September 5th

12:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST

Location

Big Guy’s BBQ Roadhouse

 1237 WI-35

Hudson, WI 54016

 

 

David Clarke is an American former law enforcement official who served as Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin from 2002 to 2017. In 2002, Clarke was appointed to the position by Republican Governor Scott McCallum and later elected that same year to his first four-year term. He was reelected in November 2006, 2010 and 2014. 

A vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, Clarke garnered attention for controversial and sometimes inflammatory social-media posts, and was considered for a role in the Trump administration. 

 

Event organized and paid for by the Republican Party of St. Croix County