Phoenix Scholarship

The Horicon Phoenix Program is pleased to announce it will now be awarding a $500 scholarship to a college-bound graduating Horicon High School student. The determining factor in this award is community service and involvement. Click below to download the application requirements.

Minutes

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Phoenix Award

The Horicon Phoenix Award is presented twice annually in recognition of those members of our community who are working every day to make Horicon a better place to live and work. Recipients receive an award plaque and $250.00 in “Chamber Bucks” for use at any Horicon Chamber of Commerce member business. The Horicon Phoenix Program…

Business Improvement Grant

The Horicon Phoenix Program awards two $500 grants yearly to businesses in the greater Horicon area. One is awarded in April and one in November. Grant applications are accepted year round and will be held until a decision is made. Grants are requested in the form of a 250 word essay or letter that should explain…

Executive Director

Dan Buchner Dan Buchner graduated in 1985 from Manitowoc Lutheran High School. In January of 1986 he enlisted in the U.S.A.F. and spent over 3 years as an aircraft mechanic at Mountain Home A.F.B, ID. After his tour of service Dan spent his next 3 years as a Lighting Director and Road Mgr. for a…

Director of Promotions

Tory Harmuth Tory Harmuth has been a resident of Horicon since 2004. He is a jack of all trades, master of nothing. Tory has worked in many different careers, and has recently started school at Moraine Park Technical College to become a RN. Since 2011, he has been working as a CNA at Hillside Manor…

Director of Design

  Kathy Knop Born and raised in Horicon, Kathy Knop has lived here most of her life.  Now retired, she enjoys volunteering, frying fish at the American Legion fishery and is active in the United Methodist church. Kathy has been active in the Horicon Phoenix Program for 4 years and is especially interested in the community…