Party for a Lifetime

At Sundown Saloon Bar and Grill in Lewis, Wisconsin

Every summer, the Sundown Saloon hosts the Party for a Lifetime to raise money to help cancer victims in the community. A cancer diagnosis is not only challenging medically but also can lead to major unexpected expenses or loss of income. This is where the Party for a Lifetime steps in to help. Sandy Lundquist is the organizer and the event wouldn’t be possible without her leadership.

Bob Metoxen, Hats Off America videographer, attended their 2021 event on August 21. Our video has comments from the event organizers. Victoria Gallardo, the owner of the Sundown Saloon, remarks how the community supports each other. Renee Walsten, recently diagnosed with cancer, comments that there is still a lot of good in the world. Beth Cunningham, a cancer surviver describes how the the Party for a Lifetime can really make a difference for a cancer patient and their families.

If you are in Western Wisconsin, check out the Sundown Saloon Bar and Grill! At the same time you can check out the wonderful little town of Lewis, Wisconsin.

About Susan Metoxen

I own a small company based in Hopkins, Minnesota that develops websites with a specialization in E-commerce websites. My development skills are in PHP, mySql, HTML, CSS, and WordPress. I have a passion for education and I teach for Saint Paul College as a part-time instructor. In addition to my more recent work as a developer, I have thirty years of experience in health care administration, including Medicaid managed care, provider relations, and hospital accounts receivable. I have an M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, and a B.A. from Calvin College in Grand Rapids Michigan.