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October 17, 2015 // Volume 24, Issue 42

MENOMONEE FALLS

(262) 238-6397
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Survey results summarized


during board meeting
BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR

School District of Menomonee Falls residents indicated support for a referendum to


increase the annual operating expenses and
improve facilities while showing less support for a field house addition, according to
a survey conducted for the the district.
The survey was conducted by School
Perceptions in September and October.
Residents were mailed a paper survey,
which included information for those who
preferred to take the survey online. There
was a total of 2,106 responses, with 581
coming in paper format. The margin of
error for the full sample was plus or minus
2.2 percent.
Bill Foster of School
Perceptions told the School Board Oct. 12
that the return rate was approximately 18
percent.
Foster said 90 percent of individuals
responding to the survey were district residents, 83 percent were not district employees, and 53 percent do not have children
attending schools.
According to the survey, 76 percent of
respondents indicated that the district has
a positive impact on their home value.

"I do a lot of surveys and this is probably one of the best (responses) I've ever
seen," Foster told the board.
Respondents were then asked if they
would support specific referendum questions.
According to the survey:
When asked if they would support a
$1.25 million annual operating referendum
to maintain current programs and services
for the next five years, which would have
an impact of $35 for each $100,000 of a
home's value for five years, 48 percent of
all respondents said "definitely yes while
28 percent answered "probably yes."
Among residents who don't have children
in the district, the responses were 33 percent definitely yes and 80 percent probably yes.
Foster said he was "pleasantly surprised" with the satisfaction people had for
the district and for the operating referendum.
"Those are hard things for community
members to wrap their minds around.
People typically support what they can
understand, nobody understands school
See SURVEY PAGE 7

IN THIS
ISSUE...

Out on the Town PAGE 5


Home Improvement PAGE 12

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Monthly activities at the Germantown Senior Center


The following are free monthly
activities offered at the Germantown
Senior Center.
Technology Help-Offered from
noon to 1 p.m. the third Friday of the
month. Bring i-Pad, laptop, cell or
tablet and have tech questions
answered. Call to make a reservation.
Benefit Specialist-Offered second
Tuesday and fourth Thursday of the
month. Benefit specialist Jennifer
Fletcher will answer questions about
Medicare, medical assistance, supple-

ments and housing. To schedule an


appointment, call the Washington
County Department on Aging at 1-877306-3030.
Writers Circle-Meets from 1 to
3:30 p.m. second and fourth Monday of
the month. Record family lore and legends, share life story, express self in
poetry. Meet and critique others writing. This is a drop-in program.
Call the Germantown Senior Center
at 262-253-7799 for any additional
questions regarding the programs listed.

New computer classes at Germantown Senior Center


Adults 55 and older are invited to
come to the Germantown Senior Center
Wednesday, Oct. 21 to make a fallthemed craft. The program will begin at
10 a.m. and include refreshments and a

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CHURCH LISTINGS
GERMANTOWN
LIFE CHURCH
Services Times - Saturday 4:30pm; Sunday
9:00am & 10:45am. Childrens Service &
Nursery Provided. All services at
Germantown Market Place - Squire &
Mequon Rd. 262.251.5050
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MENOMONEE FALLS
EMMANUEL COMMUNITY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-251-3830
Traditional Worship Sundays 8:30 & 10:00
am; Sunday School 8:30 & 10:00 am.
Nursery available at all services.
www.ec-umc.com

LUTHERAN CHURCH
CROSSWAY CHURCH
OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE
W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd, Germantown.
Good Hope & Pilgrim Roads - Menomonee
Sunday morning worship services at 9:00am
Falls. Rev. Thomas Engler. Worship: Thurs& 10:45am. (262) 255-0702
day 6:30pm and Sunday 8:00am and
info@crosswaygt.org www.crosswaygt.org
10:30am. Sunday School & Bible Study
9:15am. 262-251-3360. Handicap accessible.
For more information on how to have your churchs services listed here, please call 262-238-6397 Deadline: 3pm Wednesday

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FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH


W172 N11187 Division Rd, Germantown.
Pastor Thomas Kaul. (262) 251-8250. Times
of worship: Mondays 6:30pm, Sundays 9am.
WEST ALLIS
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF WEST ALLIS
1576 S. 78th St. 414-258-7400. Bible study
for all ages at 9am. Worship at 10:15am with
nursery care provided. www.firstbaptistwestallis.org
HUBERTUS
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CHURCH & SCHOOL - WELS
Corner of Hubertus Rd. & Tally Ho Trail.
Pastor Mike Helwig (262) 628-2550x208.
School: K3-8th grade and Day Care 3 years+.
Services: Thursdays 7pm; Sundays 8am &
10:30am; 9:15am Bible Study and Sunday
School. www.crownoflifeonline.com

JACKSON
STILL WATERS COMMUNITY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311
www.stillwaterschurch.com
Contemporary Services. Worship: Saturday
5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am. Staffed Nursery
& Sunday School provided at all services.
SUSSEX
NEW HOPE A/G SUSSEX
W240 N5765 Maple Ave., Sussex. Pastor
Greg Welch (262) 528-2030. The Truth
Project: Sunday 8:45am-10:00am. Morning
Worship 10:15am-11:30am.
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10729 W. Freistadt Rd. Mequon. Service
Times: Saturday 5pm. Sunday 8am and
10:45am. Nursery Provided. Preschool
through 8th grade & Daycare. 262-242-2045.
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RIVEREDGE NATURE CENTER EVENTS


The following events will be held at
Riveredge Nature Center, 4458 County
Road Y in Saukville:

Science
for
Everyone:
Improvements to Ozaukee Countys
Ecology through Invasive Species
Control and Native Tree PlantingsTuesday, Oct. 20, 7 to 8:30 p.m.:
Invasive species such as common buckthorn and the emerald ash borer are
having a destructive effect on native
plant and animal communities across
Southeast Wisconsin and Ozaukee
County. The Ozaukee County Planning
and Parks Department is leading multiple efforts within the Ozaukee County
Park System and at several large-scale
habitat restoration project areas to offset the impact of invasive species and
improve the landscape for fish, wildlife
and Ozaukee County residents. Program
assistant, Kristina Kroening, will share
what has been done, whats to come
and how one can help combat invasive
vegetation in Ozaukee County Parks or
on your own property. Free; $5 donation suggested.
Nature Tots: A Logs LifeWednesday, Oct. 21, 10 to 11:30 a.m.:
Environmental Education for kids ages
3-5 accompanied by an adult. After a
tree falls in the forest, it has another
life as home to a variety of creatures.
Learn about the life cycle of trees and
discover the many creatures that
depend on forest. Cost: $5; free for All
Access members.
Little Explorers PlaygroupThursday, Oct. 22, 10 to 11:30 a.m.:
Group will gather in the Natural Play
Area and share the wonder of nature

through outdoor play. They will also


venture into forests, fields, ponds and
more. Nature sensory bins for babies
and exploration tools for older children
will be available. Indoor activities will
be planned in case of inclement weather. Cost: $5; free for All Access members.
Gone Hiking-Friday, Oct. 23, 1 to
2:30 p.m.: Join a naturalist to become
acquainted with the seasonal changes
occurring throughout the sanctuary.
Enjoy the beautiful landscapes that
Riveredge has to offer. Feel free to
bring your journal, camera, and binoculars. Cost: $5; free for All Access members.
Wild Animal Finders: Spying for
Spiders!-Saturday, Oct. 24, 10 to 11: 30
a.m.: Small and creepy, large and hairySpiders come in all shapes and sizes.
Seek out spiders in various habitats and
learn fact and fiction about spiders.
Create a spider frame to welcome spiders into your garden or yard space.
Cost: $5; free for All Access members.
Tree Climbing Open ClimbSaturday, Oct. 24, noon to 2 p.m.:
Explore Riveredge at a new elevation.
Tree Climbing programs are meant for
youth and adults, age 7 and above, with
little to no tree climbing skills. Ascend
ropes and explore the world way above
your feet. Safe and easy. All equipment
is supplied; all you need is loose clothing (T-shirt and long pants recommended), closed toe shoes (hard soles recommended), and an adventurous spirit.
Cost: $20 for members. $35 for nonmembers. For more information, call
(262) 375-2715.

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right off the main lobby. It is recommended that attendees arrive early as
there are only 80 chairs. Admission is
free to all.
For more information, check the
librarys website menomoneefallslibrary.org or call the Adult Reference
Desk at (262) 532-8920. The library is
located at W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road,
Menomonee Falls.

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October movies at the Falls library


The Menomonee Falls Public Library
will show two movies in October. They
are:
Spy (Rated R) will be shown
Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 2:15 p.m. and
Thursday, Oct. 22 at 6:15 p.m.
Aloha will be shown Tuesday,
Oct. 20 at 6:15 p.m. and Thursday, Oct.
22 at 2:15 p.m.
The movies shown will be in the
librarys Meeting/Community Room,

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$100 Best Dressed,


$75 2nd Best Dressed, $50 3rd Best Dressed
$100 Best Naughty, $100 Scariest
$100 JP Gift Certificate Best Group

Refreshments presented by Washington County 4-H


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Thanksgiving Eve
ANDREA & THE MODS PERFORM AT 8PM

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Survey results summarized


From Page 1

finance, not very many people -- it's a


hard thing to understand," Foster said.
When asked if they would support
a referendum of $25 to $27 million to
address prioritized facility needs and
update technology in classrooms, 33
percent of all residents said definitely
yes and 36 percent said probably yes.
Among residents without children in the
district, the figures were 22 percent definitely yes and 32 percent probably yes.
When asked if they would support
a $5.8 million referendum to update the
auditorium and expand/relocate music
classrooms, 42 percent of all residents
said definitely yes and 31 percent said
probably yes. Among residents without
children in the district, the responses
were 16 percent definitely yes and 28
percent probably yes.
When asked if they would support
a $2.5 million referendum that would

include asbestos abatement, demolition


of the Thomas Jefferson and Hiawatha
buildings and creating field space for
school and community use, 40 percent
of all residents said definitely yes and
27 percent said probably yes. Among
residents who don't have children in the
district, the responses were 31 percent
definitely yes and 24 percent probably
yes.
When asked if they would support
a referendum to build a field house and
improve athletic facilities, 26 percent of
all residents said definitely yes while 25
percent said probably yes. Among residents without children in the district,
the responses were 34 percent definitely yes and 20 percent probably yes.
When asked if they would support
a referendum between $46.8 to 49.8
million to address all building needs, 26
percent of all residents said definitely
yes and 31 percent said probably yes.

Among residents without children in


the district, the responses were 15 percent definitely yes and 25 percent probably yes.
While summarizing the survey,
Foster said that among people answering "undecided" to a survey, one-third
will vote for a referendum while twothirds will vote no.
"I usually say that undecided is the
way nice people say no," Foster said.
District Superintendent Patricia
Greco said the board will have a work
session Nov. 16 dealing with board conversation from the survey and a phone
survey that is also being conducted.
The surveys are part of plans by the
district to go to a referendum in the
spring. The full results of the survey
are available at the district Web site,
www.sdmf.k12.wi.us as part of items
discussed at the Oct. 12 School Board
meeting.

Menomonee Falls Police Blotter


The following report was taken from
records at the Menomonee Falls Police
Department.
Disorderly conduct
Two male subjects were arrested
at Rotary Park at 6:37 p.m. Sept. 21
after police responded to the report of
a group of juveniles playing with a
shopping cart. One subject was medically cleared at Community Memorial
Hospital and arrested on state charges.
The second male subject resisted police
and was subdued with and electronic
control device. He was arrested for bail
jumping, passion of marijuana and carrying a concealed weapon (knife).
Motor vehicle theft
A 1996 Dodge Caravan was reported stolen from the Briggs & Stratton
lot, N83 W12529 Old Orchard Road,
Sept. 18. The vehicle was recovered in
Milwaukee two days later.
Operating while intoxicated
A 47-year-old man was arrested
for operating while intoxicated-first
offense at 9:49 p.m. Sept. 20 following
a traffic stop in the 14000 block of
Ridgeway Lane.
A 29-year-old male subject was
arrested for operating while intoxicat-

ed at 1:21 a.m. Sept. 20 following a


traffic stop at Pilgrim and Good Hope
roads.
A 66-year-old man was arrested
for operating while intoxicated-fourth
offense and recklessly endangering
safety at 8:32 a.m. Sept. 21 after he
was involved in a property damageonly crash at Fond du Lac Avenue and
Main Street. The subject admitted to
ingesting prescription medication and
a loaded .380 handgun was located in
his vehicle. The male was placed in jail.
Retail theft
Two females fled JC Penney, N96
W18515 County Line Road, without
paying for multiple bottles of perfume
at the Sephora counter at 1:57 p.m.
Sept. 21. The fleeing vehicle was driven by a male subject.

W16000 block of Menomonee Avenue


Sept. 21 and stole a work bag containing a Dell laptop and Apple i-Pod Mini.
Vandalism
An unknown actor(s) spraypainted words and a marijuana leaf on the
Main Street bridge in the N8000 block
of Mill Street sometime between Sept.
8 and 21.

Falls School
District OKs
short term
borrowing
The
School
District
of
Menomonee Falls approved issuing
$4.5 million in short term borrowing
Oct. 12 to cover expenses later this
year until tax receipts are received
in January.
Superintendent Patricia Greco
noted that the borrowing is up from
$42.5 million last year but down
from $5.2 million in the 2013-14
school year. She said the increased
borrowing this year is due to a
reduction in state aid and the timing of the state aid.
Favorable budget outcomes over
the last three years have resulted in
higher than anticipated fund balance cash reserves to end the 201415 fiscal year. This coupled with the
shortened borrowing period is projected to reduce the cost of borrowing by more than 60 percent
($15,000) compared with years
past, district staff stated in a summary on the item.
Menomonee Falls will partner
with five other district in the borrowing to generate more interest in
the short-term bonds while securing
a lower interest rate.

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Theft
A couple from the 65000 block of
Blue Spruce Court reported that
between Aug. 1 and Sept. 16, $700
worth of coins and $6,000 in jewelry
was stolen from their residence by a
suspected cleaning service out of
Milwaukee.
An unknown actor smashed the
window on a mini-van parked in the

A Community Affair show Oct. 17


Community League of Menomonee
Falls is presenting its 34th annual arts
and crafts, collectibles and antiques
show "A Community Affair" on
Saturday, Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at Menomonee Falls High School, W142
N8101 Merrimac Drive, Menomonee
Falls. Admission is $4.
The juried show will present an
eclectic gathering of artists and artisans of more than 100 exhibitors,
including home decorating, holiday
dcor and fashion.
The event will feature an easy
entrance, large parking area, food serving areas, and one-level shopping to
make the show accessible to all. (No
strollers, please.) There will also be an

eating area, "The Caf," where shoppers


can purchase lunch and a "Pastries N
More" area where one can buy homemade breads, jellies, jams, candies, pies,
cakes and assorted goodies. The fair
will also include a silent auction of
donated items from the exhibitors and
community patrons and a raffle drawing with cash prizes.
All proceeds from the event will go
toward charities. A service organization
of more than 40 years, the Community
League benefits many area projects and
causes. The organization has donated
over $900,000 to fund scholarships,
civic projects as well as local and
greater Metro charities since the shows
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sports
PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

Mackenzie Robertson of Menomonee Falls (6) attempts to score against Greendale during the Menomonee Falls Indian Invite Oct. 3.

VOLLEYBALL

FALLS ADVANCES TO CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS


The Menomonee Falls girls volleyball tournament opened the Greater
Metro Conference tournament with a
25-14, 25-14, 25-10 sweep at West
Allis Central Oct. 13. With the win,
Menomonee Falls advanced to the

semifinal round at Brookfield East


High School Oct. 17.
Menomonee Falls was ranked sixth
in the Division I coaches poll that
came out Oct. 12.
Hamilton lost to Wauwatosa East

Oct. 13 21-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-27, 1015.


The Hamilton girls volleyball team
split matches during an Oct. 10 tournament at Hartland Arrowhead. The
Chargers started the day with a 25-12,

25-20 win over Parkview and followed


that with a 18-25, 25-20, 15-12 win
over Oshkosh West. Hamilton then lost
to Oconomowoc 26-24, 23-25, 10-15
but rebounded with a 27-25, 18-25,
15-8 win over Brookfield Central.

Falls Homecoming comeback bid falls short against Hale


BY CATHY KOZLOWICZ
CORRESPONDENT

With the score 21-0 with 9:37 in the second quarter against West Allis Hale (3-5, 3-3 Greater Metro) on
Oct. 9, Menomonee Falls coach Dan Lutz had a reason to panic. Lutz felt he could be in for a painful
night.
Arick Gleissner, who was just moved from the JV
team the week before to replace starting quarterback
Bryce McMurtry (shoulder injury) fumbled on the
first play and threw an interception to begin the
game. Two Menomonee Falls turnovers helped Hales
quarterback Trevor Williamson score on a one-yard
run to give Hale a 7-0 lead with 5:47 in the first quarter.
Gleissner threw an interception which gave Hale a
32-yard run that fueled a 13-yard touchdown pass for
a 14-0 lead. Hale scored with 9:37 left in the half on
a 37-yard touchdown pass to widen their lead to 21-

0. Hale held Menomonee Falls to 59 yards and three


first downs in the first half.
He (Gleissner) calmed down and then played well
(in the second half), Lutz said. Gleissner helped Falls
turn the game around for a suspense thrilling homecoming game.
It was not until 17.6 second left in the third quarter that Falls was on the scoreboard with a 30-yard
pass from Gleissner to wide receiver Mason Janson.
This set up a 3-yard touchdown run by senior running
back Boyd Sanson. Gleissner threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Janson with 8:15 in the final quarter to
bring the score 21-14.
With a deficit in the first half, Gleissner showed
aggressiveness and grit by almost dealing an upset in
the final seconds. Gleissner completed a 30-yard pass
to senior wide receiver Matt Emmer to keep the game
alive. Menomonee Falls drove down to Hales 26-yard
line but Gleissner was sacked. Gleissner tried to for

one last touchdown pass with 2.9 left on the clock.


Menomonee Falls (3-5, 3-3 Greater Metro) will play
conference leader Brookfield Central (6-0) on Oct. 16.
Menomonee Falls needs the win to reach the playoffs.
We will do what we have always done. We will
practice and do reps, Lutz said.
Hamilton tops West Allis Central
Hamilton beat West Allis Central 35-7 Oct. 9, leaving its potential playoff hopes alive.
Hamilton entered halftime with a 14-0 lead following 4-yard run by Sam Herriges and a 16-yard run
by Travis Janus. Hamilton then outscored Central 217 in the second half. Herriges led Hamilton, running
20 times for 239 yards and two touchdowns.
With the win, Hamilton improved its record to 33 in the Greater Metro Conference and 3-5 overall.
Hamilton has to win its Oct. 16 game against
Brookfield East to qualify for the playoffs.

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Falls girls seventh at Port Invite


The Menomonee Falls girls cross
country team finished ninth at the Port
Washington Invite Oct. 8.
Menomonee Falls was led by Kylee
Wunschel, who finished seventh with a
time of 19:57. She was followed by
Emma Weber (40th, 21:17), Olivia
Robinson (57th, 21:54), Tessa Estock
(62nd, 22:04), and Emily Poffinbarger
(69th, 22:25). Also running for
Menomonee Falls were Amber Kivisto
(87th, 22:57) and Ashton Longazel
(89th, 23:04).
The Menomonee Falls boys cross
country team finished 13th at the
event. Menomonee Falls was led by Tyler
Smalley, who finished 40th with a time
of 17:48. He was followed by Jayce
Kolinski (61st, 18:11), Logan Hipps
(62nd, 18:14), Tom Goihl (70th, 18:27),
and Nathan Lodl (84th, 18:43).
Germantown teams win Invite
The Germantown girls and boys cross

country team won the Wolverine Cross


Country Invitational in Waterford Oct.
8.
Germantown was led by Sami Stieve,
who finished second with a time of
19:26.65.She was followed by Alyssa
Goesch (fifth, 19:52.48), Jennifer
Lindgren (11th, 20:32.02), McKenna
Klopfer (12th, 20:35.01), Calli Lemke
(15th, 20:47.98). Also running for
Germantown were Molly Baus (33rd,
21:55.48) and Hannah Schaetzel (60th,
24:02.52).
The Germantown boys took the top
two spots at the competition, with Jake
DuFrane winning the event with a time
of 16:24.98 while Craig Reese finished
second with a time of 16:29.62. They
were followed by Jake Garvey (eighth,
16:59.59), Evan Adair (13th, 17:19.32)
and Dylan Ayer (15th, 17:24.65). Also
running for Germantown were Joe
Biesel (16th, 17:25.17) and Westin Feltz
(24th, 17:37.47).

Boys soccer: Hamilton tops Tosa East


Hamilton improved its record to 5-2
in the Greater Metro Conference and 124-2 overall following a 4-2 win over
Wauwatosa East Oct. 13. Connor Provan
scored two goals while Hayden Barth
and Alex Michalski scored the other
goals for the Chargers.
Menomonee Falls beat West Allis
Central 5-3 Oct. 13. Andrew Godfrey and
Daniel Behrendt scored two goals for
Menomonee Falls while the other goal
came from Jordan Bonenberger.

Afterward, Menomonee Falls had a


2-5 Greater Metro Conference record
and a 6-11-1 overall mark.
Germantown defeated Milwaukee
Lutheran, 5-12 in a North Shore
Conference match Oct. 13. Timothy
Schabel scored three goals and Luke Yahr
scored two goals for Germantown, while
the Warhawks other goal came from Jake
Woloszyk. Afterward, Germantown was
fourth in the conference with a 2-2-3
record and 4-6-6 overall.

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October 17, 2015

NEWS & EVENTS


Optimist Club Fall Clean Up
The Optimist Club of Menomonee
Falls is planning the Fall Clean Up of
area Senior Citizen yards for Saturday,
November 7th. Optimist Club members
and area youth groups team up to help
Senior Citizens with their yard work
that day. Any interested Senior Citizen
should call the Community Education &
Recreation Department at 255-8460 for
more details.
All donations (not
required) for the work will be given to
the participating youth organizations.
The motto of the Optimist Club is
Friend of Youth and Bringing out the
Best in Kids. Many community events
are sponsored by the Optimist club such
as the Independence Day Parade, Kids'
Fishing Derby, Adopt A Highway, Leaf
Raking for Senior Citizens, and many
more. Some of the youth projects the
club sponsors are Post Prom, Jr Miss,
Student of the Month, Tri Star Soccer,
and many scholarship opportunities.
The Optimist Club of Menomonee

Falls meets every Wednesday morning at


7:15 in room 102 of the Menomonee
Falls Community Center, N8645
Margaret Road. For more information
about the club, please call the current
club president, Ted Klumb at 262-3890905, or visit our website www.fallsoptimistclub.org
Old Falls Village Halloween
Family Fun Nights Oct. 23, 24
Experience Old Falls Village at night!
On Friday, October 23 and Saturday,
October 24 from 6:00-9:00 pm, Trick or
Treat safely throughout the grounds of
this historic museum.
Enjoy hayrides, games and arts and
crafts. Visit the puppet story theater,
roast marshmallows at the campfire, get
a kid-friendly tattoo, and enjoy cookies
and cider.
Admission is $4.00 for adults and
children 3 and older; $2.00 for children
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is a fundraising event of the
Menomonee Falls Historical Society.
Farmers Market to end season with
Spooktacular Halloween Party
The Sussex Farmers Market will end
its season Sunday, Oct. 25 with its
Spooktacular Halloween Party at the
venues location of Armory Park, W239
N5664 Maple Avenue, Sussex. The event
will run from 1 a.m. and feature cookie decorating; face painting; trick-ortreating at the vendors; a costume contest; a brat fry benefiting the Sussex
Outreach Services food pantry and live
music.
The Sussex Farmers Market runs
Sundays May through October from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Falls firm selected for graffiti
removal project
Ace of Spray has been selected by
Milwaukee Business Improvement
District #21 to provide graffiti removal
services throughout the downtown
business and commercial area.
Ace of Spray will employ green techniques to clean graffiti from surfaces,
usually within 24 hours of its being
reported. Unlike sandblasting or soda
blasting - which can damage buildings
and leave a mess behind - Ace of Spray
partners biodegradable cleaners with
high-pressure water to leave surfaces
clean and graffiti-free.
If a tag is on a painted surface,
Ace of Spray will color-match the existing paint and cover it.
We are thrilled to partner with

Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, to help


keep its community free of the scourge
of graffiti, and welcoming to workers,
customers and new businesses, said
Kurt Wahlen, Regional President of Ace
of Spray. Ace of Spray takes great pride
in responding quickly to reports of graffiti, which discourages additional taggings, and using cleaning practices that
remove all markings while protecting
buildings and other surfaces.
Spray paint is the most common raw
material in graffiti, Wahlen said, but
different markers, stickers and even
crayons are sometimes used. Ace of
Sprays custom equipment and cleaners,
operated by highly-trained personnel,
wipe them all away.
Buildings are not the sole victims of
taggers, Wahlen added. Mail boxes,
sidewalks, fire escapes, garbage containers and other locales are targeted.
Ace of Spray will even use an aerial lift
to remove graffiti high on walls.
Graffiti is more than a nuisance
it affects an areas quality of life,
Wahlen said. We are proud to help
organizations, such as Milwaukee
Downtown, that recognize the best
response to graffiti is a fast cleanup.
Ace of Spray provides a full range of
power washing and property maintenance services. Besides cleaning parking garages, sidewalks, building facades
and home exteriors, Ace of Sprays
experienced professionals offer parking
lot striping, deck staining and cleanups for festivals and other events. More
information is available by calling (262)
439-8419
or
visiting
www.aceofspray.com.
The business is located in
Menomonee Falls

Community Memorial Foundation


receives donation from Kohls

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announced a $100,000 donation from
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of Wisconsin (MCW) Community
Memorial Hospital. The donation will
specifically support one of four specialized trauma rooms used for the most
critically ill or injured patients with
life-threatening emergencies. Each
trauma room is designed to accommodate a larger team of care providers and
specialized medical equipment providing stabilization, diagnosis and treatment quickly and effectively.
We are thankful and humbled by
the generous donation from Kohls,
said Dennis Pollard, president of
Community Memorial Hospital and chief
operating officer of Froedtert Health.
The donation demonstrates Kohls
commitment to the community through
this investment in premier emergency
care. Community Memorial Hospital is
privileged to have the support of such a
great community neighbor.
Kohls donation to Community

Memorial Foundation is in response to a


$3 million capital campaign, Our
Community Promise: Securing Premier
Emergency Care Close to Home, to
expand and renovate Community
Memorial Hospitals emergency department. The emergency department,
designed 30 years ago to serve 14,000
patients, is currently serving more than
22,000 patients annually. The multiphase construction project is scheduled
to be completed by summer of 2016.
Froedtert & MCW Community
Memorial Hospital, founded in 1964 by
the citizens of Menomonee Falls and
surrounding communities, is a fullservice hospital that specializes in cancer care, heart and vascular care,
orthopaedics, womens health and
advanced
surgical
procedures.
Community Memorial Hospital is part of
the Froedtert & MCW health care network, which also includes Froedtert
Hospital, Milwaukee; St Josephs
Hospital, West Bend; and more than 25
primary and specialty care health centers and clinics.

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HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Now Hiring In-Home Caregivers
BrightStar is looking for dependable
Caregivers to provide one-on-one care
with senior in their homes. Openings on
1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts and weekends.
CNA (Certified Nurse Aid)
HHA (Home Health Aid)
LPN (License Practical Nurse)
Valid drivers license and Background
checks required.
www.brightstarcare.com/west-bend/
Independently Owned and Operated

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
COUNTER PERSON
SENIORS/RETIREES
ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!

DRIVER
DRIVER: $3000 SIGN-ON!:
Dedicated Reefer Account!
Great Benefits! Home Every Other Night!
Newer Equipment! Extra Incentive Pay!
CDL-A. Jason: 855-205-6364

PART-TIME
Call Don early AM

262-255-3080
North Pointe Cleaners
145th & Appleton

Apply on-line or in Person at:


BrightStar of West Bend
W227N16841 Tillie Lake Court
Jackson, WI 53037
Please call if you have questions:
Job Line: 262-677-9203
Fax: 262-677-9208
or Email: diane.lincoln@brightstarcare.com

WHY HOME INSTEAD


SENIOR CARE?

Because we VALUE our CAREGivers!!


We have IMMEDIATE positions for DAYS, EVENINGS, and WEEKENDS
serving our seniors in Washington and Ozaukee counties. We offer
flexible scheduling! If you want to supplement your income and
make a difference in the life of a senior, HOME INSTEAD SENIOR
CARE is for YOU! Must be 21, have a reliable vehicle, a valid drivers
license and auto insurance, and pass a background check. If you are
kind, caring, and compassionate and want to join a growing company that serves seniors and strives to teach others about Love, (v.),
please contact Gina at 262-546-0226 or
submit an application through
www.homeinstead.com/391.

Ellens Home
W150 N11127 Fond du Lac Ave.
Germantown South
262-250-9800 or email to:
ellenshome2@wi.twcbc.com

CAREGIVERS
PT KITCHEN HELP

Manufacturing Tech
Maintenance
CNC Machining
Mold Making

LEAD 3RD SHIFT

Ellens Home is looking for dependable professionals who love working


with the elderly. Our 42 bed assisted living is looking for CBRF certified and
experience preferred but willing to train and pay for certifications for the
right individual. Premium wages and benefits.

Bring in this ad
Receive $250 SIGN ON BONUS!

Do Something Special...
Become a COMFORT

KEEPER

We are looking for caring and compassionate people interested in


being Comfort Keepers. Currently we have a need for in-home caregivers with personal care experience in Ozaukee and Washington
Counties, including West Bend, for 1st, 2nd &
3rd shifts. Clean background, valid drivers
license, reliable vehicle required.
CNA/CBRF certification a plus. Flexible
hours, competitive wages, insurance, PTO.

Apply online at:


ck709.ersp.biz/employment
1416 Wisconsin Ave.
Grafton, WI 53024
262-376-7510

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FULL TIME
MAINTENANCE POSITION

HEALTHCARE SVCS.
SIGN ON BONUS!

CARESTAFF

ALL SHIFTS, FULL & PART TIME


(CNAs or CBRF Certified Required)
Willing to train the right individual.
Please call Rachel
@ 262-644-5926 if interested.

AUTUMN OAKS
227 E. Washington St., Slinger

SKILLED TRADES
Morison Auto is in need of
1 experienced full time auto & truck
technician. We are also looking for a
part time wrecker/tow truck driver
that has a clean driving record and
experience. Pay depends on experience. Please stop in and fill out an
application.

Morison Auto
N59 W 14179 Bobolink Ave.
Menomonee Falls, WI. 53051

St. Bernadette Parish 8200 W. Denver Ave.


Milwaukee is looking for a full time maintenance person with 2 years experience in building maintenance activity (minor plumbing,
electrical, carpentry, etc.). Knowledge of
cleaning and waxing compounds, heating and
ventilating equipment, lawn mowers, snow
blowers, floor buffers and custodial equipment.
Knowledge of maintenance and repair work with
thorough knowledge of proper safety techniques
and procedures. Ability to understand and carry
out routine oral and written instructions.
Ability to lift 50 pounds and endure repetitive
motion, sitting, or standing. Must have a valid
Wisconsin Drivers License.

Email resume to klingd@archmil.org


or fax to (414)358-1478

PRODUCTION
WORKERS
Old Fashioned Foods is looking for
fulltime line operators, grinders, general labor and cooks. Competitive
wages and benefits including medical,
dental, vacation, and 401k.
Send applications to:
Old Fashioned Foods, Inc.
Attn: Production Supervisor
PO Box 111, Mayville, WI 53050

OFFICE/CLERICAL
PT Receptionist/
Work Order Clerk
The Jor-Mac Company, Inc., a leader in sheet
metal fabrication, is looking for a professional and
personable Part Time Receptionist / Work Order
Clerk to join our growing team in Lomira, WI.
Reports To:
Office Manager
Position Overview:
Under the direction of the Office Manager the
Receptionist / Work Order Clerk will serve as the first
point of contact for customers, vendors and visitors to
The Jor-Mac Company. The receptionist will be
responsible for daily office duties, including work order
printing.
Responsibilities:
Answer telephones, transfer calls and take detailed
messages
Greet customers, vendors and visitors who enter the
company lobby
Printing work orders, attaching inspection sheets and
blue print drawings.
Other projects as assigned by Office Manager
Requirements:
Friendly, personable, and professional demeanor
Strong communication skills
Microsoft Office Skills
Organization
The Jor-Mac Company, Inc.
Telephone Skills that
shows professionalism Human Resource Administrator
and can handle
155 E. Main St., Lomira, WI 53048
multiple lines.
ajarvey@jor-mac.com

CHILDCARE

CHILD CARE
TEACHER
Reliable, caring individual for

Tuttle Creek in Kewaskum.


Part/Full Time hours available.
Registry Level 3 or higher.
Call 262-626-4155 for more information.
Email resume to:
admin@tuttlecreeklearningcenter.com

Come
Join Us!
We are a growing recycling company
and have immediate multiple
openings. We are proud of our
efforts to help save the environment
and our next generation.

We currently have openings for the


following positions:

Full Time Fork Lift Driver.


Equipment Mechanic.
Valid CDL license with clean record required.
All candidates must have a stable work history
and pass pre-employment checks. Random
drug testing is conducted of all employees.
Send resume to Kelly Weninger in HR:
kelly@awironmetal.com Fax: 262-338-3272
Mail: 7588 Otten Drive, Kewaskum WI 53040
or apply in person
NO PHONE CALLS WILL BE TAKEN

STEEL CRAFT JOB FAIR


on 11/3/15 in West Bend, DWD 9am-1pm

ERP SYSTEMS ANALYST


CAD FIXTURE DESIGNER
BRAKE PRESS OPERATORS
2nd & 3rd Shifts (Setup a Plus!)
PRODUCTION WELDERS
1st, 2nd & 3rd Shifts
QUALITY TECHNICIAN
2nd Shift
LASER OPERATORS
1st & 2nd Shifts
Ask about our
4 Day Work Week for 2nd Shift
Steel Craft Corporation
105 Steel Craft Drive
Hartford, WI 53027
www.steelcraftwi.com/page/employment
E-mail: hr@steelcraftwi.com
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN
AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

SALES/MARKETING

NOW HIRING
Express News is looking for an
Inside/Outside Sales Rep.
Sales experience helpful, but we will train
the right person. Salary plus commission.
No weekends or holidays.
Send resume to:
8990 N. 51 St., Brown Deer, WI 53223
or email to:
khans@discoverhometown.com

CUSTOMER SERVICE

NOW HIRING
FOR ALL POSITIONS
CALL 262-250-3333
APPLY IN PERSON
N81 W15086 Appleton Ave.
Menomonee Falls
OR

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LIMPIADOR
de AUTOMOBILES
Solicitamos profesionales con experiencia para limpiar carros. Tiempo completo, seguro de salud y dental, 401K, se
pagan vacaciones y dias feriados, $11 por
hora. Aplicar en persona en Greater
Milwaukee Auto Auction. La direccion
es 8711 West Brown Deer Rd, Milwaukee
WI 53224. Si tienen alguna pregunta
nos pueden contactar 414-365-3500.

GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is seeking a Part-time DISTRIBUTION
ASSISTANT. This position is responsible for assisting with route delivery,
training new carriers, and warehouse organization. Working the early hours
from 1:00am 6:00am, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday being the most frequent scheduled days, therefore required availability although days may vary.
Staying past 6:00am until the work is completed is required when unexpected
routes are in need of delivery. You must be 18 years of age or older and able
to lift 30-35lbs repetitively. A valid drivers license and have proof of vehicle
insurance are required. Pay rate varies depending on location.
To apply visit: http://www.journalmediagroup.com/: Click Careers - Search
Publishing Jobs Search opening click: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to apply.
Or call the following locations:
Burnham DC (Central Milwaukee)
Eddie Carter 414.647.4752

Port Washington or Cedarburg DC


Rod Debroux 414.225.5068

Clinton DC (North Milwaukee)


Cornell Sims 414.982.1830

Rawson DC (Airport Milwaukee)


Sara Schoessow - 414.762.3395

Johnson Creek or Hartland DC


Christine Katona 414.788.5111

Waukesha DC
Barb Kowalkiewicz 262.446.6649

Menomonee Falls or Hartford DC


Dave Fifarek 1414.788.0799

SUPERVISOR de limpiadores
de AUTOMOBILES
Solicitamos profesional con experiencia
para supervisor de limpiadores de automobiles. Tiempo completo, seguro de
salud y dental, 401K, se pagan vacaciones
y dias feriados, $40K al ao. Aplicar en
persona en Greater Milwaukee Auto
Auction. La direccion es 8711 West
Brown Deer Rd, Milwaukee WI 53224.
Si tienen alguna pregunta nos pueden
contactar 414-365-3500.

Milwaukee
Wauwatosa
West Allis
Menomonee Falls
Hartford

Jackson
West Bend
West Milwaukee
Oak Creek
Hartland

RESTAURANT/
HOSPITALITY
DISHWASHERS & DELIVERY
Days & Nights
Weekdays & Weekends

Experience Preferred

DRIVERS

PIZZA STATION

Apply in person. N168 W22224 Main St.

Jackson

GMAA Security

Full Time - All Shifts


Health Insurance, Dental
Insurance, 401K, Paid Holidays,
Paid Vacations, Experience
Needed, $15/hour, weekly pay.
Apply in person:
8711 W. Brown Deer Road
Milwaukee, WI 53224
(414) 365-3500

Caf Bar Deli


Rare Opportunity!

Line & Prep Cook


Full Time Days
No Nights, Full Time Available.
Flexible Hours. Good Pay. Busy.

Stop in to fill out an application now!

1505 W. Mequon Rd.

If interested in a Part-Time /
Seasonal position with
FedEx Ground:
Go to: www.WatchASort.com
Click: Search Available Openings
Search: within 5 miles of 53151

Par t-time Oppor tunities


Parcel Assistant
10.56/per hour
FedEx Ground
16555 W. Rogers Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
On MCTS route #6

Qualifications:
Must be at least 18 years old
Must pass a background check
Must be able to load, unload,
and sort packages
Other related duties as assigned
Call 262-796-3980 for Open House times!

FedEx Ground is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer


(Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans) committed to a diverse workforce

262-241-7076
Efficient, focused, fast paced.
Will train, room for growth.

FOOD SERVICE
WORKERS FT/PT
COOKS FT/PT
DISHWASHERS PT
KITCHEN SUPERVISOR FT
We are looking for energetic & passionate people to join our Sodexo
team. Be part of a fun, fast paced &
flexible environment. Hours are varied, full and part time positions.
Days, evenings & weekends.
Competitive wages & full benefits
for full time employees.

Concordia University of WI
12800 N Lakeshore Drive
Mequon, WI 53097
Application and Assessment must be completed
online at sodexousa.jobs (search Mequon)
EOE/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran Employer

Cedarburg
Whitefish Bay
Elkhorn
Johnson Creek
Madison

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FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED

Doug and Lynns

Friends
of
Nature
N88 W15483 Main St., Menomonee Falls
262-253-9889 SUN 9-5; M-F 9-9; SAT 9-7

www.FriendsofNature3.com

2015 WILD BIRD SEED SALE

October 17th through October 31st

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Seed Type

Bag Size SALE PRICE

1. Black Oil Sunflower Seeds (All Bird Favorite)

40#

2. Safflower Seed (Cardinals Favorite)

50#

3. Finch Plus (Finch Favorite)

10#

4. Finch Plus (Our Special Finch Blend)

25#

5. Peanut Pickouts (Out of Shell) - A Bluejay Favorite!

10#

6. Peanut Pickouts (Out of Shell) - A Bluejay Favorite!

50#

7. Peanuts (Raw in Shell) - Blue Jays Love Them!

25#

8. Dougs Supreme (Year Round Favorite)

40#

9. Friends of Nature Supreme (No Corn)

40#

10. Friends of Nature Gourmet (w/Corn)

40#

11. Cardinal Blend (Lots of Peanuts)

36#

12. Deluxe Blend (No Corn)

40#

13. Birdy Fuel (Economical Mix)

40#

14. Premium No Waste (No Mess, No Shells)

40#

15. Fine Meats (Finches Love)

50#

16. Medium Sunflower Chips

50#

17. Shelled Corn (Extra Clean- Wildlife Favorite)

40#

18. Wild Delight Cardinal (w/ Cherries & Raisins for Songbirds) NEW!

15#

My Order

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