The annual Prairie du Chien Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet was held Thursday night at the Backwater Bar and Grill. The “New Business of the Year” was awarded to to Crystal and Brian Priebe of The Sweet Tooth. Crystal says they started as a “pop-up” business before moving to a permanent location.
The “Legacy” award went to the White Springs Supper Club in McGregor. Owner Jennifer Yager, whose Great Grandparents owned the restaurant from 1949 to 2004, reopened the business in 2020:
Prairie Motor Sports was given the “Community Investment Award”. Rod and Manette Hall bought the business in 2019 and just opened a new, larger facility earlier this year.
Several other businesses were recognized for years of service in the area: Universal Forest Products – 20 years; The Cannery and PDC Dentistry – 25 years; Huckleberry’s Restaurant – 30 years; Homesteader Homes – 40 years; Rockweiler Appliance and TV and Hardees – 50 years; Sutton Insurance and Crossing Rivers Health 65 years. The City of Prairie du Chien was also recognized for 150 years.
Crossing rivers Health – 65 years
Homesteader Homes – 40 years
Huckleberry’s Restaurant – 30 years
City of Prairie du Chien – 150 years
Rockweiler Appliance & TV – 50 years
Sutton Insurance – 65 years
UFP Industries – 20 years / Prairie Motor Sports – Community Investment / Sweet Tooth – New Business Award
White Springs Supper Club – Legacy Award