Schwab Fest was Sunday at the
Last year, the annual event grew into an outdoor concert featuring
"This year is definitely the biggest," Vetter said. "There's the most buzz about it."
Vetter said she isn't 100 percent certain where the proceeds will go from Sunday's concert, but the family will use the funds to support an activity her brother enjoyed. Her brother was an avid sportsman who also enjoyed snowmobiling.
Proceeds from the annual snowmobile poker run are used to purchase two shotguns for the youth pheasant hunts sponsored by Pheasants Forever.
"It's cool to be able to have it here," Vetter said, explaining that it's a pretty awesome feeling holding the annual events.
"We're trying to keep his memory alive and have fun because we know that's what he would have wanted," Vetter said.
Vetter said her brother was often seen in camouflage or blaze orange hunting gear. The youngest of three siblings, he was the likely candidate to take over the family farm.
He was pursuing an ag degree from the
"He was like this huge teddy bear," Vetter said. "He would never hurt a fly."
Vetter said her brother was also a friend to anybody. In high school, she said, he was friends with the popular crowd, but also reached out to those who didn't have as many friends.
"He was very loving," she said. "He liked a good party and was the life of the party. He always had a smile on his face."
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