Apple Holler helps employee who lost thousands in barn fire

Back on December 5th, 2017 a fire tore through Gail Knapp's pole barn in Racine county.  

Knapp and her family, got their horses to safety but 27 years worth of memories and $150,000 worth of stuff was destroyed.  A pile of rubble is all that is left behind after the devastating fire, but Gail has stayed positive.

Knapp's work family, at the Apple Holler, and they did not want to see their longtime employee in pain so they are giving back.


For the entire month of March, 50 percent of sales of five-inch pies will be donated to Knapp and her family. The goal is to raise thousands.

"If anything came out of this, that's one thing I learned, I got my faith back in humanity," said Knapp.

Since the fire, Knapp's horses have been staying in a relative's barn. She hopes to rebuild and get her horses back home. A GoFundMe page has also been established.


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