..................................................................

The Highground’s Day of Peace Event Revealed Challenges that Refugees Face

The Highground’s Day of Peace Event Revealed Challenges that Refugees Face

“If you were forced to leave your country, what would you bring?” This was one of the many questions Dr. Khalil Dokhanchi with the University of Wisconsin-Superior posed to the audience during his speech about International Refugees. Dr. Dokhanchi’s presentation was part of The Highground’s International Day of Continue reading

Continue reading...

Veterans are Invited to Register for the Fall “Vets & Guitars” and Ukuleles Course Which Starts October 5

Veterans are Invited to Register for the Fall “Vets & Guitars” and Ukuleles Course Which Starts October 5

The Highground’s Fall “Vets & Guitars” and Ukulele courses are open for registration. These 10-session classes are free for veterans and are scheduled to meet weekly on Thursdays at The Highground. Both the acoustic guitar and ukulele sessions will begin Continue reading

Continue reading...

Schools and Home-schooled Families are Invited to Tour The Highground for Education Days October 3-6

Schools and Home-schooled Families are Invited to Tour The Highground for Education Days October 3-6
Supporter Skip Klabon gives a presentation to students at the Wisconsin Vietnam Veterans Tribute “Fragments” during Education Days in 2022.

The Highground invites schools and home-schooled families to take part in the annual Education Days event coming up October Continue reading

Continue reading...

The Ride to Remember Revs Up for its 23rd Year August 19

The Ride to Remember Revs Up for its 23rd Year August 19

On Saturday, August 19, over 200 motorcyclists will come together at the Neillsville American Legion Post 73 for The Highground’s 23rd Annual Ride to Remember® in recognition of honor and valor. Veterans and Veteran supporters will gather to enjoy rides in picturesque Clark County and Continue reading

Continue reading...