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for our third annual fundraiser supporting



You are invited to join us for the third annual LCCA Liberty Gala supporting the mission of Lake Country Classical Academy: to train the minds and improve the hearts of young people through a content-rich, classical education in the liberal arts and sciences, with instruction in the principles of moral character and civic virtue.

Lake Country Classical Academy (LCCA) is a K-12 public, tuition-free charter school in Oconomowoc, WI. LCCA currently serves nearly 500 K-10th grade students and will grow to a fully K-12 school by the fall of 2024.


Purchase Tickets to the 2023 Liberty Gala

The Ingleside Hotel, Pewaukee, WI
Friday, June 2, 2023


Registration takes place from 4:30pm – 6:30pm. Cocktail hour is at 5:00pm. Dinner and live auction is 6:30pm – 9:00pm.

Yes, every guest needs to check in at the registration table and pick up their nametag and seating location.

Red, white and/or blue business formal/cocktail attire is suggested.

Yes, silent auction online is open 4:30pm – 8:00 pm

Only credit card payment is accepted at the event (Visa, MC, AMEX).

The dinner and live auction will end around 9 pm. Ballroom Foyer bar will be open till 11:00 pm.

Yes, you can invite someone other than your original guest. You will need to tell our registration table the name of the person who is unable to attend, and provide them with the name of your new guest.

A limited number of rooms have been reserved. Please email for details.



Rebecca Kleefisch (Confirmed)

Former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin

Rebecca Kleefisch is the founder and president of the 1848 Project, the nonprofit group that recruits, trains and does continuing education for local candidates, raising up Wisconsin’s political farm team.  As Wisconsin’s 44th Lieutenant Governor, Rebecca championed workforce and economic development for eight years. During her time in office, Rebecca became known as a conservative fighter and was the first lieutenant governor in American history to survive a recall.

Rebecca serves on the Town Bank and Joseph Project boards of directors as well as the Conservative Energy Network Advisory Board. A cancer survivor, Rebecca is known for her efforts in Medicaid and prison re-entry reform. She created the Interagency Council on Homelessness, as well as the Governor’s Small Business Summit, an event facilitating Wisconsin small business owners’ access to state leaders. Rebecca also created Small Business Academy, a free seminar designed for minority, veteran and female potential entrepreneurs. She co-chaired the Governor’s Task Force on Opioid Abuse and the Governor’s Task Force on Minority Unemployment. Rebecca is the former Chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governors’ Association and the Aerospace States Association.

In 2019, Rebecca served as the Executive Director of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission in Washington DC. There, she launched the country’s efforts to commemorate and educate America about the 100th anniversary of women earning the right to vote. Recently, Rebecca served as the Jobs Ambassador for Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin, where she traveled the state to encourage more Wisconsin workers to choose apprenticeships and jobs in the construction trades.

A“recovering journalist,” Rebecca got her start working as a reporter for WIFR-TV in Rockford after graduating from the University of Wisconsin. She became a reporter and then news anchor for WISN-TV in Milwaukee, where she worked until starting her own media and marketing firm.
Rebecca lives in Concord, WI, with her husband Joel, and their children Ella and Violet.

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Paul Farrow (Confirmed)

Waukesha County Executive

Paul Farrow graduated from Waukesha County Technical College and Carroll University. He was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2010 and to the Wisconsin State Senate in December 2012. Farrow was elected as Waukesha County Executive in 2015, re-elected in 2019, and is currently running unopposed for a third term.

In his capacity as County Executive, Farrow has served in a number of positions including: Co-Chairman of the Milwaukee 7 Economic Development organization; past Secretary-Treasurer of the Wisconsin County Executive and Administrators Association; served as a Presidential Appointee on the Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee (IGPAC), which advises the U.S. Trade Representative on trade policy matters that impact state and local governments.

As co-chair of the Milwaukee 7 Regional Economic Development Partnership (M7) Economic Advisory Council, Paul provides strategic direction for international economic development in the region. The M7 has leveraged regional partnerships to bring business such as HARIBO, Milwaukee Tool, and Colbert Packaging to Southeast Wisconsin.

In 2015, Farrow led a group of private and public sector partners in establishing the Waukesha County Center for Growth, an economic development organization that serves as a one-stop shop for new and expanding businesses in Waukesha County. Since that time he led an effort to direct millions of dollars into the Center for Growth’s GROW Fund to support business attraction and retention.