"We knew that they would be looking for some type of project once they were settled in Eden, but a bar was the furthest thing from our minds," Jeannine explained.Then, Scud was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor which required surgery and then chemotherapy and radiation.He was no longer able to live by himself in the big, rambling building.
"We knew that they would be looking for some type of project once they were settled in Eden, but a bar was the furthest thing from our minds," Jeannine explained.
In addition, a company may choose to display a sign in the bar area and put any logo items on the tables that they choose.
Your company’s logo and contact information will be displayed on both beverage carts during the event.
SAVE THE DATE: The second annual Falcon Classic Golf Outing will be Friday, June 22, 2018!
Rolling Meadows Golf Course and the UW-Fond du Lac Foundation are partnering to offer the the Falcon Classic Golf Outing.
At the time that Scud contacted Johnny, he was working on selling the trucking businesses to other members of his family.
Johnny and Janey were looking forward to retirement.Athletics Wish List: Company name will be included as part of Falcon Classic logo and displayed on all marketing materials.Company logo will be displayed on the inside of every cart. The back of the scorecards will display your company’s logo.Some of it comes directly from Gantner's collection of things he gathered during his playing and coaching days.At a grand opening this fall, patrons could take batting practice against Gantner.Both organizations are committed to improving the student athlete’s experience at UW-Fond du Lac!All funds raised from this event will benefit athletic programs offered by UW-Fond du Lac.The Eden Hotel was originally operated by "Skinny" and Marie Scudella. The business was later taken over by one of their sons, Robert Scudella, who is affectionately called "Scud" by the locals of Eden.As the years passed, Scud stopped operating the rooming house and the restaurant, but he did maintain the bar.The former Brewers second baseman and his wife, Jeannine, have moved back to Jim's hometown of Eden, about an hour north of Milwaukee, near Fond du Lac.They have joined with long-time friends Johnny and Janey Baumhardt in keeping the area landmark open, and renovating it into what could turn out to be a great sports bar for the region.