Who is Boney Manor?
Welcome to Schneider Farm Presents Boney Manor. We, Randy and Lori Schneider, are the new owners of this one-of-a-kind Halloween presentation. We are taking this over from Scott Broad as his wife Michelle is suffering from this disease. Scott and Michelle are our friends so we want to continue paying it forward by doing this display which brings awareness to the disease of Lupus.
We first started doing volunteering with the Walworth County 4-H Horse and Pony Project which our daughter, Melissa was a member and leader of. We volunteered by helping set up for the clinics and the qualifying shows but also by attending committee meetings. We got involved with Boney Manor 5 years ago when Scott did the display on his property in Bristol, WI. I, Lori Schneider helped with dressing the skeletons, posing them, painting them and setting them up for display. This is where I gained the passion for doing this.
We both love Halloween which is why Scott asked us to take over Boney Manor and continue raising awareness for the Lupus foundation. We have been doing this display at our property in Genoa City, WI for 3 years now and hope to continue doing it for years to come.