Our Town Neenah: The Wild Perch & Paw

Local 5 Live Features

NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) – Discover outdoor inspirations, high quality wild bird supplies and expertise, plus great pet food at The Wild Perch & Paw

They can also offer expert advice to keep your feeders squirrel free. 

Check out the tips in this video, and visit the shop at: 

216 West Cecil Street, Neenah

(920) 751-3880

Online: wildperchandpaw.com

Facebook: facebook.com/pg/wildperchandpaw/about/?ref=page_internal

Our Town: Neenah Live Broadcast Details 

You could win a prize from this sponsor if you join us Friday, June 7th for Our Town: Neenah. 

Join the entire Local 5 LIVE team at Shattuck Park in Neenah (neenah.org)

They will broadcast Local 5 LIVE (9-10 am) from the beautiful park, located on the water in the downtown district. 

Bring a lawn chair, or stand and mingle. 

Enjoy live music, treats (courtesy of our sponsor, Allstates Rigging), Door County Coffee, and the chance to win some fabulous prizes: 

The Wild Perch & Paw LLC – (3) $50 Gift Cards 

Red Door Mercantile – (3) $50 Gift Cards 

The Natural Boutique – $200 package that includes a total Eye Restorer Regimen and a Gift Certificate to Natural Boutique by Botanical Indulgence.

Luxe Fine Jewelry – $150 Gift Card

Lisa Malak and Millaine Wells will be tossing Our Town t-shirts into the crowd during commercial breaks! 

Jordan Lamers will also give us a weather forecast, on location. 

Come say hello! 

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