Coming Home, Women and Vietnam Veterans, April is the Month of the Military Child.
April 30, 7:00 pm.
Special Guests: Gary “Hammer” Holmgren. 5 Time Golden Glove Champion; 76 Bouts., 73 Wins, 3 Loss, 56 KO's; U.S. Army 15 Bouts, 15 Wins, 0 Loss, 12 KO's; Pro Fights: 26 Bouts, 21 Wins, 5 Loss, 11 KO's; 2013 MN Boxing Hall of Fame; Minnesota Boxing Commissioner; July 1976: 10th ranked Ring Magazine; 1971 U.S.. AAU Champ; 1971 U.S;. Army Champ, 1982 U.M.W Jr. Middle Weight Champ. Prescott, WI Council Council Member and Business Owner, Muddy Waters.
Also Harry “Tex" Sieben Jr. (born November 24, 1943) is an American politician and statesman from Minnesota, who served as the Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives and as a General Officer and Adjutant General of the Minnesota Army National Guard. He is also a founding partner of personal injury law firm, Sieben Carey. He was born in Hastings, Minnesota, and attended the Hastings Public School District. He earned his B.A. in Businesses Administration from Winona State College, now Winona University in 1965, and Doctorate of Law from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1968. He joined the law firm of Grose, Von Holtum and Sieben (now Sieben Carey) until he was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 1970, as a member of the Liberal caucus in the officially non-partisan legislature, and later as a Democrat, when political parties were recognized in the legislature. Sieben served 14 years in the Legislature and was Speaker of the House between 1981 and 1984.