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olume 21, Issue 30 • July 28, 2012
(262) 238-6397 • www.discoverhometown.com
Your first source for local news, sports, and advertising
Land O’Lakes results See page 19.
NEWS
Falls district andbudget update:
TheMenomonee Falls SchoolBoard got a look at theupdated levy and budget July 23. See page 4.
Participants in last year’s Wheeling for Healing leave thestarting area at Community Memorial Hospital. This year’sevent will be held Aug. 11. Express News file photo.
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The Community Memorial Foundation’s 15th annualWheeling for Healing–set for the morning of Saturday,Aug. 11–is expected to draw more than 1,000 individ-uals riding their bicycles for a worthy cause.The event–which has raised nearly $700,000 forCommunity Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Care Centerto date–is a combination bike ride and family picnic,However, it goes beyond that, said Donna Roesch, theorganization’s special events coordinator.
This had become so much more than a fundraiser–itis a community-wide event for a great cause,” she said.
“A
lot of participants ride in honor of a loved one theylost to cancer or someone who is going through treat-ment. Almost everyone has someone in their life whohas been touched by cancer.”The bike ride will have three routes: a 32-milethrough Germantown, with a registration time of 7 a.m.and a start time of 7:30 a.m; a 15-mile (7:45 a.m. reg-istration, 8:15 a.m. start) and a four-mile (8:30 a.m.registration, 9 a.m. start). All three begin and end at thehospital, located at W180 N8085 Town Hall Rd. (Bikehelmets are required and may be purchased on-site.)One change this year is the route for the 32-mileride. Instead of winding through the Holy Hill area, itwill return to its previous location of Germantown.“It used to go through Germantown and everyoneloved that route, but some participants wanted to try
Turn to page 4
Civil war encamp-ment:
David andRebecca Goecke of theHistorical TimekeeperCivilians portray CivilWar era civilians duringthe Civil WarEncampment held at OldFalls Village July 21-11.See more photos onpage 4. Photo by NikkiAckerman.
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Wheeling for Healing Aug. 11
 
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July 28, 2012
 
Free concerts will be offered Thursdaysfrom 6:30 to 8 p.m. and Fridays from noonto 1 p.m. at the Village Centre, located atMain Street and Appleton Avenue, inMenomonee Falls.Thursday concerts will take place at theVillage Park Gazebo. They are:
• Aug. 2–Main Street Song & Dance• Aug. 16–Pavanne Band
Attendees can bring picnic baskets,lawn chairs and blankets. Cash refresh-
ments will be available as Braz’s Beef will
be serving hot sandwiches, beverages andmore.Fridays concerts will be at Mill PondPark
Shelter behind Associated Bank. They
are:
• Aug. 10–MaryDel Rae Duo• Aug. 24–Roger Boll
Attendees can bring lunch or buy lunch;
Nino’s Italian Bakery will be selling lunch at
the shelter starting at 11:30 a.m.The concerts are co-sponsored in partby the Village of Menomonee Falls and theKiwanis Club. For more information, call the
Village Centre at (262) 251-8797 or visit
www.menomoneefallsdowntown.com.
Menomonee Falls offering Concerts in the Park
 
July 28, 2012
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Falls Patio Players is excited to announceour second annual Studio Series, "Captivating,"featuring intriguing stories of people trapped orconfined - and how they manage to escape.The Studio Series involves the actors withscripts in hand, employing minimal movement,and reading a play aloud, focusing on the textrather than on production. This type of presen-tation, commonly called "reader’s theatre,"allows the audience a unique chance to hearnot only the characters’ lines, but also the play-wright’s stage directions. It is an opportunity tosee that “first day of rehearsal” when actorsmeet text. Also, it allow Falls Patio Players toexplore work that might not be done as part ofthe main-stage series due to more maturethemes, broader technical scope, or requiringmore intimate space. The audience for thisevent will be invited to sit on the stage, provid-ing for a uniquely “theatrical” evening.The 2012-13 Studio Series will include“Stuck” by Neil Haven (Aug. 17), “The Womanin Black” by Stephen Mallatratt (Oct. 26), “FiveWomen Wearing the Same Dress” (March2013), and “The Baltimore Waltz” by PaulaVogel (May 2013).The first performance, “Stuck,” will be heldat the North Middle School Auditorium, N88W16750 Garfield Drive, at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 17Entry is from the back door, A $10 dona-tion is suggested.
 
Falls Patio Players announces Studio Series

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