Volume 24, Issue 6 • February 7, 2015

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NEWS
Patio Players auditions: Falls Patio
Players is seeking a
large
cast
for
"Hairspray". A large
cast of performers
age 15 and up are
needed. All roles are
open. See page 8.

New date allows for more rehearsals

Res t aur ant
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Falls Plan Commission
expressed
support
Feb. 3 for a proposal
that would allow for
expanded space at
the location of a
vacated Starbucks.
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While the theme for this year’s Band Revue is “Back
in Time,” the show is actually going forward by a few
months.
The 65th version of Band Revue at Menomonee
Falls High School will be held Feb. 13 and 14 at 7:30
p.m. and 1 p.m. Feb. 15. Tickets are $5.
Director Michael Zens said there will be 142 students in this year’s production, with 35 students in acting parts and 32 students in the Jazz Band. Many students are also involved in dances, the vocal ensemble,
the stage crew and art crew. Zens said that every student will appear onstage at some point in the show.
“Back in Time” references a storyline that takes a
group of students back to various historical periods,
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Alex Eastman and Sammy Lehnen are pictured after
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J. McKillen.

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Germantown Senior Center programs
The following will be offered by the
Germantown Senior Center, W162
N11960 Park Avenue.
• Health screening–A health screening
is offered the fourth Wednesday of every
month, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. A registered nurse from Community Memorial
Hospital will take seniors' blood pressure
and answer any questions about health.
The next visit is Feb. 25.
• Elderly benefit specialist–Elderly
benefit specialist Jennifer Fechter comes to
the Senior Center the second Tuesday and
fourth Thursday of each month from 9:30
to 3 p.m. She answers questions about
medicare and medical assistance, supplements, all community-based services, housing and tax information. To schedule an

appointment, call the Senior Center. For
more information, call the Washington
County Dept. on Aging at 1-877-3063030 or (262) 335-4497. The next visits
are Feb. 10 and 26.
For more information, call the Senior
Center at (262) 253-7799.

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News & Events
Around the village and county
Falls Patio Players staging Mama
Won’t Fly
Falls Patio Players presents the Jones,
Hope, Wooten comedy, Mama Won't Fly.
Savannah Sprunt Fairchild Honeycutt has to
get her mother from Alabama to California
for her brother's wedding. But there's one
problem - Mama won't fly. Savannah,
Mama and the bride-to-be have only four
days to make it to the ceremony in Mama's
old Buick. The trip is full of chaos, including
car theft, an incident at an underwear museum, and a fight with an ordained ministershowgirl in Vegas. Come join in the fun on
February 13,14 @ 7:30 pm and 15 @ 2 pm.
Make it a Valentines date! The performance
is at North Middle School auditorium at
N88 W16750 Garfield Drive. Tickets can
be
purchased
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fallspatioplayers.com or call the 24 information line at 262-255-8372. Prices are $13
for Seniors / Students and $15 for Adults.
Handicapped access is through the rear theatre lobby doors. Follow us on Facebook,
Twitter and Instagram.
MenoHARmonee Chorus seeking
new members
The MenoHARmonee Barbershop
Chorus was organized in 1962. The chorus
entertains twice annually at "Cabarets" at St.
James Catholic Church in Menomonee Falls.
The chorus sings at many local nursing
homes and have been a part of their activities for many years.
The chorus is presently seeking new
members who enjoy singing in the barbershop style. Tenors are especially needed.
If you are interested in joining the chorus,
please contact Curt Nash at 414-881-7177
or Rick Van Gomple at 414-405-4263. You
could also visit the chorus on Tuesdays at
7:00 pm at St. Paul's United Church of Christ
on Appleton Avenue and Roosevelt Drive in
Menomonee Falls.
Falls Patio Players auditions
Falls Patio Players is seeking a large cast
for "Hairspray". A large cast of performers
age 15 and up are needed. ALL ROLES ARE
OPEN. A large portion of the ensemble
needs to appear teen aged and represent
diverse backgrounds. There are opportunities for older performers as well. Come prepared to sing 16 bars of a song from a similar show or contemporary music from the
era (circa 1962). Examples can be found
on Billboard to find the hottest songs of the
year. Nothing from "Hairspray" itself please.
A pianist will be provided – please bring
sheet music and do not plan to sing a cappella. Be prepared to dance with appropriate attire. Two inch heel for dancing preferred for women who have them. Please
bring a current photo and resume if you

have one or be prepared to write your acting history on our application (snapshots
are fine).
Auditions will be held Feb. 9-10at North
Middle School Auditorium at N88 W16750
Garfield Drive, Menomonee Falls. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m. for registration and auditions start at 7 p.m. Callbacks, if necessary,
will be held from 7 - 10 p.m. Wednesday,
February 11. Show dates are 7:30 p.m. on
April 24, 25, May 1 & 2 and at 2 p.m. on
April 26 & May 3. Please contact the show's
director, Bill Jackson at dearsoc@wi.rr.com
(mailto: dearsoc@wi.rr.com) with any questions.
Community Memorial Hospital
Accepting Nominations for 2015
Spirit of Caring Award for
Exceptional Physicians
Froedtert & the Medical College of
Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital is
accepting nominations for the 2015 Spirit of
Caring award. Community members are
encouraged to submit nominations for two
separate awards — Community Service and
Excellence in the Medical Profession — both
recognize exceptional physicians for their
achievements.
The Spirit of Caring Award - Community
Service recognizes physicians of Community
Memorial Hospital medical staff who invest
in their community through volunteer activities. Community service may be any type of
volunteer activity by the doctor that benefits
the community and is not directly job-related.
This can include involvement with coaching
athletics, church groups, community organizations, medical missions, charities, hobbies,
etc.
The Spirit of Caring Award - Excellence
in the Medical Profession recognizes physicians of the Community Memorial Hospital
medical staff who have advanced or made
significant contributions to the medical profession locally, regionally and/or nationally
through service, leadership and practice.
This award is open to physicians who have
been on staff at the hospital for at least five
years and have not received a Spirit of
Caring Award within the past five years.
Anyone may nominate a Community
Memorial Hospital physician for either
award. Physicians nominated must be in
good standing on the Froedtert & MCW
Community Memorial Hospital medical staff.
Nominations may be submitted online. The
deadline for nominations is Feb. 15, 2015.
Award recipients will be announced on
Doctor’s Day, March 30, 2015. They will be
recognized at the hospital’s fall medical staff
general meeting and reception and receive
an award plus a monetary donation to the
charity of their choice in their name. Award
selection is determined by a committee of

...Band Revue
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been.
Zens said he and music teacher John
Woger began discussing moving the date
of the event following the 2013 show.
“We saw this as an opportunity to add
a missing component to the program with
the holiday concert and give ourselves a bit
more time to put the show together,” he
said.
Zens said moving the show allowed the
music program to add a concert in

December that would include holiday programming.
“This is a rich and diverse repertoire
that our students could never play due to
the fact that the Band Revue production
was at the same time a holiday concert
would typically take place. Band Revue,
with its yearly theme rotation, can take
place any time of the year, while a holiday
concert really can't,” Zens said. “Moving
the date to February also allowed us to
have an additional week of rehearsal,
which has been very helpful.”

representatives from Froedtert & the Medical
College of Wisconsin Community Memorial
Hospital and its medical staff.
Froedtert & MCW Community Memorial
Hospital, founded in 1964 by the citizens of
Menomonee Falls and surrounding communities, is a full-service hospital that specializes
in cancer care, heart and vascular care,

orthopaedics, women’s health and
advanced surgical procedures. Community
Memorial Hospital is part of the Froedtert &
MCW health care network, which also
includes Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee; St
Joseph’s Hospital, West Bend; and more
than 30 primary and specialty care health
centers and clinics.

Menomonee Falls soccer players Alex Eastman and Sammy Lehnen are pictured
with Falls soccer coaches Scott Stein and A.D. Gonzales Feb. 4. Eastman accepted a scholarship to play soccer at UW-Milwaukee while Lehnen accepted a
scholarship to play at Western Illinois. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

Eastman, Lehnen accept
soccer scholarships
Menomonee Falls seniors Sammy
Lehnen and Alex Eastman finalized their
plans Feb. 4 to continue their soccer
careers at the collegiate level.
Lehnen accepted a scholarship to play
at Western Illinois while Eastman accepted
a scholarship to play at UW-Milwaukee.
Feb. 4 was National Signing Day, the first
day when high school athletes could formally accept scholarships for several
sports, including football and soccer.
Afterward, Lehnen said she was first
contacted by the Western Illinois coach
after playing in a showcase event in
January 2014 with her club team, North
Shore United. The coach invited her to a
camp at Western Illinois and she got to
know some of the players on the
Leathernecks team.
“It just felt right,” Lehnen said.
Lehnen said she was talking with other
small schools, but the offer from Western
Illinois was the first offer she received from
an NCAA Division I school.
“It all just kind of fell in to place,”
Lehnen said.
She added that she plans to major in
business and accounting at the school.

Eastman said UW-Milwaukee started
recruiting after he played with his club team
in a tournament over the summer. UWMilwaukee offered a scholarships three to
four months ago.
“I started looking into them for school
and it all made sense. I went with it,”
Eastman said.
He added that he received attention
from some Division III school.
Eastman added that he plans to major
in a business-related field.
Scott Stein, who coaches the
Menomonee Falls boys and girls soccer
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well on the team as a whole.
“It tells that we have kids who are playing at a high level. The team has been playing at a high level, but it shows a lot of
respect for the program when we have
Division I athletes like we have,” Stein said.
Stein added that Lehnen and Eastman
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He then added: “I’m excited for both,
they’re going to have a great career.”
—By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
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Commission opposes requested land use change
BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR
The
Menomonee
Falls
Plan
Commission voted against a proposal to
convert a residence at N88 N16954 Main
Street to an orthodontist office for the second time in three months.
Property owner Tate Boho proposed
the change, which would have required the
village to change the land use portion of
the village comprehensive plan for the
property from Medium Density Residential
to Commercial Density Residential.
The commission rejected the request on
Dec. 2 following opposition by residents at
a public hearing. Boho requested the commission reconsider its decision and the
commission decided at its Jan. 6 meeting to
hold a second hearing. Village Trustee
Steve Raymonds said Boho indicated he
talked with neighbors about their concerns
while two Plan Commission members
weren’t at the first public hearing.
Resident Maureen Helm said she grew
up in the residence and now resides nearby.
“It sure would be nice if you guys
would keep that home. It was almost like a
park for us,” she said.
Resident Grant Lees said he”still has
the same concerns at the last time.” Lees
cited a potential decline in property values
for his property and a lack of privacy from
a nearby commercial development. Lees
said Boho tried to hold a meeting but the
meeting “fell through.”

Resident Henry Wick, speaking on
behalf of his parents, said the area was residential while commercial development
was across the street.
“If you’re selling a house, no one wants
to buy a piece of property overlooking a
business,” Wick said. “This is a residential
area. This is where people are going to
buy homes, have families where their kids
are going to play. You don’t want a parking lot and business next door. It just does
not fit the neighborhood.”
Resident John Schulz also said he had
the same concerns he had when it was first
proposed. He also noted there is a historical value to the site, as it was home to
George Hoyt, a village president. He also
raised concerns about traffic and noise
coming from the development.
“We don’t need to take this property
and tear it down,” Schulz said.
In response to the neighbors concerns,
Boho said he purchased the property 10
years ago. In response to neighbors concerns to property value, Boho said he
researched properties in the village that
had been recently rezoned from residential
to commercial and how that impacted values of adjacent residential properties. He
compared those to residential properties in
the middle of the village that were about
the same size — around one-third of an
acre. Boho said that in all cases, values for
all the properties have increased between
52 and 58 percent over the past decade.
“It doesn’t matter where they were,”

Commission supports expanded
space for proposed restaurant
The Menomonee Falls Plan
Commission expressed support Feb. 3 for
a proposal that would allow for expanded space at the location of a vacated
Starbucks.
Rivercrest Centre LLC submitted a conditional use permit request that would
allow for expanding a building at W176
N9360 Rivercrest Drive by 712 feet. The
request would allow for outside seating
As part of the plans, a Dumpster would
be relocated.
Starbucks had been at the site for 10
years but recently left the location.
During a public hearing on the matter,
nearby resident Fred Heim thanked
Charles Gabaldon of Rivercrest Centre to
meeting with neighbors about the proposal.

“As a resident almost behind this I
can’t see it’s going to change life in our
neighborhood particularly,” Heim said.
Heims said neighbors have concerns
about a new restaurant with different
hours than Starbucks, but conceded that
item wasn’t being taken up at that time.
According to the conditional use conditions, the permitted hours of operations
for the restaurant will be between 6 a.m.
and 11 p.m.
During further commission discussion,
Director of Community Development Matt
Carran that if the potential user wanted to
serve alcohol, that request would have to
be decided by the General Government
Committee and the Village Board.
—By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

POLICE BLOTTER
The following report was taken
from reports at the Menomonee
Falls Police Department.
Drug possession
• Three subjects were arrested on drug
offenses at 11:31 p.m. Jan. 23 during a traffic stop at Appleton Avenue and Good
Hope Road. After stopping the vehicle–driven by a 21-year-old male–for failure to
attach a rear registration decal, police conducted a search and a large amount of
heroin was located. Three females, ages 21,
21 and 22, were arrested on various drug
charges including possession of a controlled
substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. One of the 21-year-olds was also

taken into custody on a probation hold.
• An 18-year-old man was arrested for
possession of marijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia and bail jumping at 1:14
p.m. in the 8300 block of Steven Mack
Drive. He was arrested after his mother
reported finding drug paraphernalia and
one of her blank checks in his possession.
Operating while intoxicated
• A male subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense at 9:20
p.m. Jan. 20 following a traffic stop at Good
Hope and Pilgrim roads. He was determined to be under the influence of marijuana.

Boho said.
Boho addressed a previous issue, that
the house may be connected to the
“Underground Railroad” through which
slaves escaped the south to Canada
before the Civil War. Boho noted the residence was constructed in 1869.
“It’s just not true,” he said of that claim.
Boho said an orthodontic dental clinic
was a “low impact” business and that the
new office would have the same overall
footprint as the residence. Boho said the
an orthodontist who currently has a business in the village is looking to expand and
the site “is perfect for him.” Boho said an
land search done by MLG could not locate
any similar properties that could meet the
needs of the orthodontist.
Boho replied to zoning concerns by

stating while there is residential property
on two sides of the site, there is commercial
property across the street.
Boho added that he sought to meet
with neighbors but that no one showed up.
Commission member Tim Newman said
he doesn’t believe the office would impact
nearby property value. He said he could
support the request but could not get past
the fact that the neighbors opposed.
Commission member Tony Ash said
that once the property is switch to a commercial use, it will likely stay that way. He
added that all the properties on that side of
the street are residential.
“I know it's a great location for an
orthodontics office, but there are people
living there right now that don't want it,”
Ash said.

Foundation accepting applications for
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Greater Menomonee Falls
Foundation is accepting applications for the
Lifetime Achievement Award. The person
selected for the Lifetime Achievement Award
will possess outstanding leadership qualities
and have performed and contributed to the
benefit and betterment of the greater
Menomonee Falls area and its citizens
The person does not have to be a resident of Menomonee Falls, but potential
recipients need to demonstrate a long-term
community impact as a result of their volunteer life for the greater Menomonee Falls
area.
The recipient will be considered for

both his/her activities and achievements.
A special awards presentation will be
held to honor the recipient on May 14,
2015 at 5 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel
A permanent plaque honoring the
awardees is permanently displayed at the
Menomonee Falls library. Applications must
be received by 5 p.m. Feb. 15. They can be
emailed
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or mail to PO Box 53, Menomonee Falls,
WI 53052
An application can be downloaded
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Boys basketball: Germantown
remains undefeated
The Germantown boys basketball team
started fast against Cedarburg Jan. 30,
opening up a 19-2 lead after the first four
minutes on the way to a 89-61 win.
The Warhawks scored the first seven
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Adams said.
Adams noted that by comparison,
Germantown has three games during the
next week.
"Now there will only be a couple of
practices next week, they'll be playing a lot
of games," Adams said.
Adams was the bench coach for the
game while Head Coach Steve Showalter
is still recovering from recent arthroscopic

knee surgery.
Germantown started last week with two
wins. The Warhawks beat Milwaukee
Lutheran on Feb. 3, 68-52. Juwan McCloud
led Germantown with 20 points. The next
day Germantown beat Arrowhead 76-43
in a game played at the Bradley Center.
Germantown had a 36-26 halftime lead
and broke the game open with a 24-5 run
in the third quarter. McCloud led
Germantown with 17 points.
Germantown had a 16-0 record in the
North Shore Conference and was ranked
second in the state Division I coaches poll.
Greater Metro results
Menomonee Falls lost to Milwaukee
Marquette Feb. 3, 63-43. Bryce McMurtry
led Menomonee Falls with 16 points.
Afterward, Menomonee Falls had a 3-6
conference record and a 7-10 overall mark.
Hamilton beat Wauwatosa East Feb. 3,
51-38. Jacob Hartung led Hamilton with 15
points. Afterward, Hamilton had a 2-6 conference record and a 8-8 overall mark.
KML leading Flyway
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran boys basketball team defeated University School in
a nonconference match Feb. 3, 92-61.
Jared Henning led the Chargers with 26
points. Afterwards, Kettle Moraine Lutheran
had a 15-1 overall record.
The previous Friday Kettle Moraine
Lutheran defeated Laconia 48-46 to remain
undefeated in the Flyway Conference with
a 9-0 overall record. The Chargers started
last week ranked first in the state Division 3
coaches poll.

GERMANTOWN HAWKS

YOUTH
FOOTBALL
Germantown Hawks Youth Football is an opportunity for all youths

Kyle Theis and Dwayne Lawhorn, Jr. of Germantown guard a Cedarburg
player Jan. 30. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

Girls basketball: Warhawks
lead North Shore
The Hamilton girls basketball team was
in second place in the Greater Metro
Conference following a 46-37 win over
Wauwatosa East Feb. 3. Taylor Klug led East
with 14 points. Afterward, Hamilton had a 72 conference record and a 12-5 overall
mark.
Menomonee Falls lost to Divine Savior
Holy Angels Feb. 3, 65-29. Afterward,

Menomonee Falls had a 2-7 conference
record and a 4-13 overall mark.
Germantown lost to Cedarburg Jan. 30,
56-47.
Taylor
Higginbotham
led
Germantown with 12 points. Germantown
rebounded with a 54-6 win over Milwaukee
Lutheran Feb. 3. The Warhawks led the North
Shore Conference with a 10-1 conference
record while having a 15-3 overall mark.

Wrestling: Falls fifth at Redwing Duals
The Menomonee Falls wrestling team
finished fifth at the Sheboygan South
Redwing Duals Jan. 31.
Menomonee Falls opened with a 44-29
loss to West Bend West but rebounded with
a 47-33 win over Southern Door in the next
around. Menomonee Falls then followed
with wins over Sheboygan South (47-21)
and Milwaukee King (76-0) and West
DePere (55-18) to finish the day.
Ben Boneshoo (120), Bill Holz (126)

and Jerrott Holz (132) won all five of their
matches at the meet.
Hamilton placed third at the Pewaukee
Pirate Invite Jan. 31. Hamilton opened the
day with a 72-12 win over Ozaukee and
followed that with a 69-6 win over
Milwaukee Lutheran. Hamilton then lost to
Oconomowoc (44-27) and Pewaukee (5121) before finishing the day with a 44-24
win over Greenfield.

in grades 5th thru 8th (Fall 2015)

Sign Up Online at
WWW.GTOWNHAWKS.ORG
SIGN UP TODAY. SPACE IS LIMITED.
5th Grade - Two Teams
Maximum of 70

6th Grade - Two Teams
(Max.of 35 per team)

returning 5th graders from 2014
and any new players.
Maximum of 70

Ethan Rentmeester (center) of the Ice Bears hockey team wins a faceoff against
Waupum Jan. 31. The Ice Bears won the game 7-3. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

7th Grade - Two Teams
(Max.of 35 per team)

returning 6th graders from 2014
and any new players.
Maximum of 70

8th Grade - One Team
Maximum of 40 players

Organized Tackle Football League
Any questions please contact

Brandon Preiss (414) 745-9757
bpreiss1@yahoo.com or
Ray Baran (414) 581-4296
raynkelgtown@aol.com

Ice Bears top Waupun
The Ice Bears hockey team scored five
goals in the third period to seal a 7-3 win
over Waupun Jan. 31. The Bears finished
the regular season at midweek with a 6-1
loss to Kenosha Feb. 4. The Bears had a 615 record during the regular season.
Postseason hockey brackets were to occur

Feb. 8, with regional play beginning Feb.
17.
The Ice Bears hockey team is comprised
of students from Germantown, Menomonee
Falls, Hamilton, Slinger, Hartford and West
Bend high schools.

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SKILLED TRADES

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SKILLED TRADES
SENIOR FITNESS
INSTRUCTOR
Menomonee Falls
Community Education
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Department is seeking
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Prior forklift experience is a plus.
Flexible schedule and Additional
$2.50/hour weekends.
Apply in person at:

W186 N9754 Appleton Ave.
Germantown, WI 53022

Morning
Stock Crew
5AM-9AM

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT

4, 5, or 6 days/week; You Choose!
Additional $2.50/hr on weekends.
Apply in person at:

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LOCAL BUSINESS
is seeking Full/Part Time
GROOMER. Experience
necessary. Also looking for
a BATHER. Will train.
Call 262-251-3686
and leave a message.
MENOMONEE FALLS DC
Make Extra $$$
Newspaper Delivery Positions Available
Germantown-Sussex-HubertusColgate-Lannon-Richfield
$175 - $250 + per week
If you have a vehicle and a few extra
hours available each morning, here is
an opportunity for you to earn extra
money. Candidates must have a valid
driver’s licenses and proof of insurance.
Please contact David Fifarek –
District Manager
Phone: 262.253.2986
Email: dcmenomoneefalls@jrn.com

DISTRIBUTION ASSISTANT

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is seeking a Parttime DISTRIBUTION
ASSISTANT to work at the MENOMONEE FALLS DISTRIBUTION
CENTER. This position is responsible for assisting with route delivery,
training new carriers, and warehouse organization and cleanliness.
Hours are generally from 1:00am – 6:00am, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday are the most frequent scheduled days therefore required availability although days may vary. Occasionally unexpected routes are in
need of delivery. Staying past 6:00am until the work is completed is
required. To be eligible you must be 18 years of age or older and able
to repetitively lift 30-35lbs of newsprint bundles. A valid driver’s license
and have proof of vehicle insurance are required. Pay rate is $11.00 an
hour.
To apply visit: www.journalcommunications.com
Search Openings – Enter the “Auto reg ID” 29BR for this AD
Or Contact David Fifarek at: 262-253-2986

WANTED:

WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS

Menomonee Falls
Driving Routes
Available
Apply in person to fill out an application at:

Express News
9077 N. Deerbrook Trail
Brown Deer, WI 53223
email:
hr@discoverhometown.com
or mail your resume

(Covering: Germantown-Sussex-Hubertus-Colgate-Lannon-Richfield)

W186 N9754 Appleton Ave.
Germantown, WI 53022

WAREHOUSE
WORKER NEEDED!
Part-time warehouse person
needed in our Brown Deer
Warehouse.
The incumbent will have a variety of
duties, including but not limited, to:
• Working on an insertion machine,
• Packaging & Stacking

HEALTHCARE
SERVICES
Busy Retail Optical Office needs a friendly
and reliable Optician. Experience in the
Optical Field is preferred, but we will train
the right individual. Vision Mart offers
health, dental, vacation, 401(k) and a profit
sharing program with full time employment.

Must be able to lift 50 lb. and stand
for long periods of time in one place

We have limited evenings and Saturday
hours and offer competitive salary as well as
an incentive program for you to earn more.

Send your resume to:

If you feel you can meet and/or exceed our
expectations, please call
Kathy at 414-462-1300 or
1-800-242-0470.

Hometown Communications
P.O. Box 335-HR Germantown, WI 53022
or email to: HR@discoverhometown.com

Equal Opportunity Employer

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LASATA SENIOR LIVING CAMPUS

HEALTHCARE SERVICES

CAREGIVERS

Part time to start with quick
advancement for motivated individuals. We offer a great opportunity for experienced, reliable
staff committed to
quality care. Wage commensurate with experience.
Apply in Person/No Phone Calls

9289 N Port Washington Rd
Bayside, WI 53217

CNA JOB FAIR!
Mayville Nursing & Rehab Center is
looking for talented and motivated
CNAs to join our stellar nursing team!

PLUS we are offering a
SIGN ON BONUS for Full Time
AND Part Time new hires!

Please join us for our

JOB FAIR
on Thursday February 12
from 10am-5pm!
We are located at
305 Clark St. in Mayville
Apply online at
http://www.extendicareus.com/jobs.aspx
or for more information please call us at
920-387-0354
Looking forward to seeing you!

Extendicare... "Helping people live better"

February 7, 2015

EOE

in Cedarburg has the following openings:

RN Relief Supervisor

CNAs

Part-time PMs
PM Staff position is part-time and works as
Supervisor on occasion. As Supervisor, RN will
direct and supervise all care and personnel related issues for the nursing department. Makes
rounds on all floors and confers with staff related to care and personnel issues. Supervised by
the facility Director of Nursing. Job requirements include graduation from an accredited
school of nursing, current licensure as a RN in
the state of Wisconsin and experience in a long
term care supervisory position. Every other
weekend and Holiday is required. Benefit position eligible for weekend and shift differentials.
Additional $3 per hour differential for
Supervision.

Part-time PMs & Nocs
Provide residents with routine daily nursing care
in accordance with nursing care procedures.
Wages range from $12.50 (benefit) to $14.65
(non-benefit). PM, NOC and weekend differentials available for benefited employees. Every
other weekend and Holiday is required.

RNs/LPNs
Part-time all shifts
Provides nursing duties essential to meet the
care needs of the residents, makes daily resident
visits to assess and evaluate medical, physical and
emotional status, administers and records all
meds and treatments as prescribed, review
orders and adherence to policies. Develops,
reviews and adjusts care plans based on resident
needs. Requirements include current licensure
as a nurse in the state of Wisconsin. Long term
care experience preferred. Competitive wages,
flexible schedule and differentials offered. Every
other weekend and Holiday is required.

Personal Care Workers
Certified Nursing Assistants providing care in the
Assisted Living on PM and NOC shift.
Responsibilities include assisting with Activities of
Daily Living, administering medications, facilitating activities, and serving of meals. Prior assisted
living experience preferred, Must be a Certified
Nursing Assistant. PM, NOC and weekend differentials available for benefited employees.
Every other weekend and Holiday is required.

Lasata, owned and operated by
Ozaukee County, offers excellent
wages, benefits, weekend and shift
differentials.
Please apply online at
www.lasatacampus.com,
visit us in person or fax
Ozaukee County application
to 262-377-4202.
Or email
akohal@co.ozaukee.wi.us

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT
JOB DESCRIPTION
Advantage Home Care has been providing
exceptional non-medical home care to clients for
over 10 years. If you are a CNA and consider
yourself a quality care provider that is compassionate, reliable and can work with integrity,
send your resume to:

Send resume to:
dconn@advantage-homecare.com

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Valid driver’s license with proof of insurance,
good driving record, ability to work some weekends and holidays. Full and Part time positions
available, all shifts. At least 2 years experience
preferred. Base Pay: $11.25 - $16.00 per hour

PART TIME SCHEDULER
JOB DESCRIPTION
PT scheduler and office assistant needed. We are
currently looking for an individual who is interested in working approximately 8-10 hours per
week. Your duties would include but are not limited to: assisting the scheduling coordinator,
answer phones, making copies and other office
tasks.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
You may be asked to do on call on occasion
which would require you to cover phones during
non-office hours. Base Pay: $14.00 per hour
Send Resume to:

Send resume to:
dconn@advantage-homecare.com

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DRIVERS
CALL TODAY
DRIVERS-TEAMS
Allstates Trucking, an employee owned
48-state carrier located in Mount
Pleasant, WI is looking for driving teams
with reefer experience. Positions require
minimum of 3-years experience with a
class A CDL and a clean driving record.
We offer .58 per mile with guaranteed
miles and home weekly. Please call 800345-1980, ext. 716 M-F 9:00 a.m. - 4:00
p.m. for further information.

HEALTHCARE SERVICES
NOW HIRING CNAs!!
OFFERING A SIGN ON BONUS!!

$2,000.00 for Full Time
$1,000.00 for Part Time
Mayville Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is
currently seeking qualified Certified Nursing
Assistants to join our caring team. All shifts
are available. WI Certification is required;
prior experience is preferred.
Interested candidates can apply at
http://www.extendicareus.com/jobs.aspx
or please call for more information at 920387-0354.

We are located at:
305 Clark Street • Mayville, WI 53050

NURSING
Opportunities
CNA: Part Time
PM Position

CNA:
3/4 Weekend
Premium Pay
Positions
Please apply in person or call for further information

The Pavilion
at Glacier Valley
1900 American Eagle Dr, Slinger, WI 53086

Extendicare... "Helping people live better"

262.297.6300

EOE/Drug Free Workplace

Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Workplace/EOE

WAREHOUSE
STAFF/DRIVER

Lippert Tile is seeking two individuals to add to our warehouse team. In addition to operating company vehicles,
individuals will assist with receiving, material handling and
warehouse operations. Must be able to lift 100 pounds
unassisted, have a clean driving record and comfortable
working in all weather conditions. Full time position with
paid overtime, Monday through Friday. Class B CDL with
an air brakes endorsement a plus, but not required. We will
provide training for appropriate individual.
Our company offers health and dental insurance, a
401(k) plan, and paid holidays and vacations. Please send
resume to Lippert Tile, N89W14260 Patrita Drive,
Menomonee
Falls,
WI
53051
or
email
lippert@lipperttile.com.

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February 7, 2015

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