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Falls district benefits


from lower fuel costs
Lower gas prices means more money
saved by the School District of
Menomonee Falls in its bus transportation
contract.
At the Jan. 25 School Board meeting
the board discussed a request to extend
the current contract with Johnson Bus
Service, which was first approved in 2013
for three years with an option to extend
for two more years.
"The terms of the contract are as
favorable we're going to get," board member Scott Ternes said.
Ternes said "one of the best things"
about the current contract is a fuel rebate
provision that will rebate money to the
district if price of gas drops.
According to information provided to
the board, the fuel cost modifier will
reduce the district transportation costs by
$40,000 next year, which will offset a 2.5
percent ($50,000) increase.
Keith Brightman, director of finance,
added that a full request for proposal will
be issued by the district at the end of the
current contract. The board will take final
action on the contract extension at its
next meeting.

IN THIS
ISSUE...

School calendar approved


The board approved the school calendar for the 2016-17 school year. Under the
calendar, school will start on Sept. 1. The
date is the earliest public school districts
can begin school. There is bill pending in
the Legislature that would allow an
exemption for high schools in districts
where at least 20 percent of students take
at least one Advanced Placement course.
Advance Placement courses are collegelevel courses offered at the high school
level.
District staff had prepared a calendar
with a start date prior to Sept. 1 and it
was discussed with the board.
"We have decided that the best calendar to recommend at this time would be
with the Sept. 1 start date," Director of
Human Resources Cari Brust said.
No seats for open enrollment
The district will not offer any seats
through the open enrollment or Chapter
220 programs. Chapter 220 is a voluntary
program under which minority students
from Milwaukee can attend suburban
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National Geographic Bee and moves one step
closer to the $50,000 college scholarship.
Sean, a 6th grader at Pilgrim, won the school
level-level competition of the National
Geographic Bee on Friday, January 15th. The
school level bee, at which students answered
oral questions on geography, was the first
round in the 28th annual National Geographic
Bee. Sean now has a chance to advance to the
next level of competition by taking a qualifying test to determine state competitors. All
school champions are eligible to win the
national championship and its first prize, a
$50,000 college scholarship, at the national
championship May 22-25, 2016 in
Washington, D.C.

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Falls district mulling


changes to drama program
The School District of Menomonee
Falls is considering changes to the high
school drama program.
School Board member David Noshay
summarized discussions taking place at
the Curriculum and Instruction
Committee during a committee report
at the Jan. 25 School Board meeting.
Noshay said high school Principal Corey
Golla and Director of Curriculum and
Instruction Gary Kiltz updated the
committee on the school drama program. He explained that there is currently no coordinated coursework in
theater and drama that aligns with cocurricular activities.
"As the district moves forward with
a creative academy, revisions to media
studies and the development of coursework around media, marketing and
communications, the recommendation

is to shift away from traditional stage


productions to digital productions in a
more relevant and engaging (way) for
students," Noshay said, summarizing
committee discussion. "Students will
get a great experience around production, but in a venue that is more current than a typical theater venue moving forward."
Noshay said the proposed changes
opens up opportunities in careers that
are viable in the region and will provide
students with experiences that are marketable.
"(The) committee recommended
providing a mix of productions to
include a children's theater production,
band revue and a Fall film festival. More
to come on that," Noshay said.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

Optimist Club students of the month


PHOTO BY DON GORZEK

The Menomonee Falls Optimist Club Students of the Month for January 2016 are
Menomonee Falls High School student Jason Somers, Saint Mary Parish School eighth
grade student Gavin Falvey, Menomonee Falls HIgh School junior Singe Mattson, and
North Middle School sixth grade student Morgan Becker. They are pictured with Ted
Klumb, Optimist Club President.

Menomonee Falls Police Blotter


Blotter
The following report was taken from
records at the Menomonee Falls Police
Department.
Bail jumping
A male subject was taken into custody for bail jumping at 9:14 a.m. Jan.
16 after testing positive for alcohola
violation of his probation restrictionsduring a required check-in at the
village police department.
Domestic violence
A 44-year-old man was arrested at
4:25 p.m. Jan. 17 after causing a disturbance with a female subject while
intoxicated at a residence in the 16000
block of Ann Avenue. The man, who has

three open cases, was placed in jail for


the incident.
Drug possession
A 17-year-old male subject was
arrested for possession of a controlled
substance and possession of drug paraphernalia at 11:31 a.m. Jan. 13 after he
was stopped for failing to yield in the
9300 block of Grand Avenue.
Investigation revealed the male had
marijuana and a marijuana grinder in
his vehicle.

A 53-year-old Menomonee Falls


man was taken into custody on a probation violation at 9:35 p.m. Jan. 12 at
the police department, W156 N8480
Pilgrim Road.
Operating while intoxicated
A 45-year-old woman was taken
into custody for operating while intoxicated and operating with a prohibited
alcohol content at 7:50 p.m. Jan. 13

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Superintendent Patricia Greco said


this is the first time the district is not
offering any seats through open enrollment.
"We're making the decision based on
where current enrollment is positioned
and also, should the referendum not be
successful, in the likelihood that we
may have to reconfigure the elementary
schools," Greco said.
She said the district will have more
information in February for the community on decisions that would be considered based on the outcome of the referendum.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

Cheese recovered after trailer theft


A trailer and the cheese produces
inside it were recovered after they were
stolen from a location in Germantown
Jan. 22.
According to information from
Germantown Police, a semi-trailer was
stolen from D&G Transportation, N118
W18574 Bunsen Dr., at 12:20 a.m. Jan.
22. The trailer contained $70,000 worth
of cheese product. The semi-trailer that
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ered. At 10 a.m. the same day,


Germantown Police reported that the
stolen semi-trailer was located "in the
metro Milwaukee area" by one of the
Germantown Police Department's
Facebook followers.
Germantown police then located the
cheese products in the city of
Milwaukee. No arrests have been made
and no other information was released
by the Police Department.

Retail theft
A male subject fled Game Stop,
N95 W18473 County Line Road, with an
X-Box gaming system at 8:45 p.m. Jan.
13.

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Probation violation
A 22-year-old Menomonee Falls
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schools and nonminority students from
suburban schools can attend Milwaukee
schools. Under open enrollment, students can attend public school outside
their resident district if other districts
have available seats. The parents or
guardians are responsible for providing
transportation.
Kathy Young, director of pupil services, said that no Chapter 220 seats will
be offered because the district's resident minority population is at 23.1 percent. She said no open enrollment seats
will be offered because enrollment in
the district is at or above the lowest
recommendation to add seats.

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of African Americans and the roles they
have played in shaping United States history. Each February, Americans recognize
notable African American individuals.
Canada and the United Kingdom also
observe Black History Month, with the UK
celebrating in October rather than
February.
Many deserving people are recognized
during Black History Month, which no
doubt serves to inspire African Americans
and others who appreciate the role
African Americans have played and continue to play.
One of the lesser known yet highly
influential individuals to play a key role
in the development of Black History
Month was Dr. Carter G. Woodson.

Woodson was a son of former slaves who


spent his childhood working in coal mines
and quarries. Self-taught in English and
arithmetic, Woodson attended high
school and completed the curriculum in
two years. He eventually received a
Masters degree in History from the
University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from
Harvard.
Woodson was disheartened that textbooks and American history largely
ignored the achievements of Black
Americans. Therefore, he began the
Association for the Study of Negro Life
and History and founded a complementary journal.
According to The Freeman Institute
Foundation, Woodson decided to launch a
Negro History Week in 1926. He picked
the second week of February to have the
recognition fall between the birthdays of
Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln,

two pioneers of racial equality.


Although the first Negro History Week
met with mild responses, eventually the
yearly tradition caught on and its popularity grew. It wasn't until 1969, however,
that Negro History Week transformed into
Black History Month, after a proposition
by the leaders of the Black United
Students at Kent State University. In
1976, 26 years after Woodson's death,
Black History Month was officially recognized by the U.S. government.
Black History Month has grown considerably since Woodson first launched
Negro History Week nearly a century ago.
His words about why he felt African
American history was so important still
resonate today:
"What we need is not a history of
selected races of nations, but the history
of the world void of national bias, race
hate, and religious prejudice."

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Influential figures throughout black history


Since 1926, Americans have recognized
the accomplishments and influences of
various individuals during the celebration
of Black History Month. With February
upon us once again, we focus on many of
the people across the globe who have
helped to shape black history.
Iman: Born Iman Mohamed
Abdulmajid in Somali, this internationally
recognized supermodel and actress is also a
successful entrepreneur. After 20 years of
modeling, Iman began her own cosmetics
company, focusing on shades that were
geared toward ethnic women. The business
now reports annual profits of $25 million.
Additionally, Iman is actively involved in a
number of charitable works, including the

Enough Project to end global trade conflicts over minerals and gems.
Guion Bluford: Bluford is a retired
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Hilltoppers turn back Falls rally


Menomonee Falls was within minutes of pulling off its second Greater
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weeks, but conference leader Milwaukee
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62-56 Jan. 26.
The teams entered halftime tied at
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as the Hilltoppers opened up a 53-43
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cut Marquette's lead to 57-56 with 35.9
seconds remaining. Joe Alexander
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and then Marquette's defense forced a


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remaining, which was recovered by
Marquette. Jack Dwyer and Wright converted free throws to close out the game
for the Hilltoppers.
"All you ask for is an opportunity
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game there," Menomonee Falls Coach
Ben Farley said afterward."I'm really
happy with the way the guys competed
and look forward to hopefully coming
out and competing every night. We
compete like that every day in practices.
McMurtry led Menomonee Falls with
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Jan. 26.
all scorers with 14 points.
Kettle Moraine Lutheran results
Kettle Moraine Lutheran beat
Campbellsport Jan. 22, 57-41. Mack
Knueppel led Kettle Moraine Lutheran

with 20 points. Afterward, the Chargers


were second in the East Central
Conference with a 6-1 conference record
while having a 10-4 overall mark.

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The Germantown girls basketball
team is now leading the North Shore
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Germantown defeated Milwaukee
Lutheran 70-28 Jan. 22. Piper Brown
led Germantown with 17 points. The
win gave Germantown a 7-1 conference record as the Warhawks passed
Grafton, which lost at Whitefish Bay
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Menomonee Falls results
Menomonee Falls lost to conference
leader Divine Savior Holy Angels
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Menomonee Falls with 12 points. Prior
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Central, Menomonee Falls had a 1-8

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mark.
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Hamilton is tied for second in the
Greater Metro Conference with a 7-2
conference record while having a 13-3
overall mark. Hamilton beat West Allis
Central Jan. 26, 73-45. Taylor Klug led
Hamilton with 16 points.
Kettle Moraine Lutheran results
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran girls
basketball team remained undefeated
in the East Central Conference following
two victories over the past week.
On Jan. 21, the Chargers beat
Plymouth, 57-52. Alyssa Shipley led
Kettle Moraine Lutheran with 21 points.
On Jan. 26, the Chargers beat Ripon,
68-37. Sharla Boelke led Kettle Moraine
Lutheran with 11 points. With the two
victories, the Chargers had a 9-0 conference record and 13-3 overall mark.
At the start of last week, Kettle
Moraine Lutheran was ranked third in
the state Division 3 coaches poll.

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WRESTLING:

HOCKEY
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Falls wrestlers second at Highlander Invite


The Menomonee Falls wresting team
placed second in the Homesetad
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22. First place finishes came from Tyler
Gill at 106 and Eric Wunsch at 126. Gill
recorded pins over Rob Snyder of New
Berlin, Dawson Valleskey of Kettle
Moraine, Godffrey Kairu of Kimberly, and
Zach Myers of Union Grove before finishing the day with a 12-6 decision over
Oliver Rosado of Port Washington.
Wunch recorded pins over Brendan
Fugate of Grafton and Trevor Bishop of
Kettle Moraine, scored an 11-1 major decision over Justin Cihler of Racine Horlick

and a 10-0 major decision over Isaiah


Robinson of Oak Creek and then finished
the day with a 6-2 decision over Brett
Kieslich of Union Grove.
Second place finishes came from Matt
Anderson at 113 and Austin Lasanske at
120. Third place finishes came from
Jerrott Holz at 132 and Curtis Flannick at
170. Fourth place finishes came from Nate
Bonesho at 126 and Noah Dakouras at
138.
Germantown fourth at Tyler Invite
Germantown finished fourth at the
Sheboygan South Herb Tyler Invite.

Second place finishes came from David


Nilles at 220 and Dominique Bennet at
285. Third place finishes came from Zack
Szohr at 113, Kevin Tamboli at 120 and
Mason Wheeler at 138. A fourth place finish came from Tommy Nelson at 152.

The Ice Bears hockey team


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The team lost to Greendale
Jan. 16, 5-2; and to Cedarburg
Jan. 22, 5-3.
The Ice Bears hockey team is
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Hutchinson wins
Templeton Geographic Bee
After nail-biting competition, Templeton
Middle School produced its school champion
from the top eight finalists in its Geographic
Bee. Eighth-grader Tate Hutchinson emerged
as the 2016 school champion after rounds of
intense questions, up against seven other
school finalists. The other finalists were
Joseph Cady, Owen Davies, Aidan Enneking,
Connor Gordon, Abhijeet Puri, Shiva Senthil
and James Strasburg. Senthil took second
place, and third place went to Puri.
All Templeton students participated in a
preliminary round by taking a 25-question

written test. Students who scored highest on


that test advanced to the semi-final round
and the eight finalists took part in the final
championship round Jan. 19.
As the school champion, Hutchinson will
take a written test to qualify for state level
competition. Up to 100 of the top scorers in
each state will be eligible to compete April 1
in state level National Geographic Bee events.
The winner of each state bee will travel to
Washington, D.C., in May to participate in
the national event.

SUBMITTED PHOTO

Pictured are (front row) Tate Hutchinson (back row) Abhijeet Puri, Shiva
Senthil.

NEWS & EVENTS


Kiwanis Spaghetti dinner Jan. 31
The Kiwanis Club of Menomonee
Falls will host it's Spaghetti Dinner
onSunday January 31, 2016, from 4:00
P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at the TrystingPlace
Pub, N71 W12980 Appleton Ave.
Menomonee Falls 53051.262-255-4110.
Dinner includes Spaghetti, Meat Sauce,
Garlic Bread, Salad, Milk, Coffee, Soda.
Donation of $8.00 per Person. Kids 10
andunder eat free. Carry Outs Available.
All proceeds benefit the Special
Olympics, Kiwanis Scholarship Fund,
Little League, and other area Youth
Services. Tickets are available at the
door or from any MenomoneeFalls
Kiwanis Member.
Call 262-252-4548 with any questions.
Empty Bowls
The Menomonee Falls High School
Art Honor Society will harness the
power of soup and combine it with the
influence of art at its Empty Bowls Soup
Dinner fundraiser for the Falls Food
Pantry from 5 to 7:30 pm, February 5th
at the MFHS Cafeteria, W142 N8101
Merrimac Drive.
Dinner of soup, bread, water, and
ceramic bowl is available for a $10
donation. Tickets are available at the
door or from any District Art Teacher.
The event will have different soups
donated by Bakers Square and bread
donated by Pepperidge Farm. Art students from throughout the district created the ceramic bowls that will be
available as a keepsake of the event.
Empty Bowls is an international
project to fight hunger. The basic idea
for Empty Bowls is simple; serve a simple meal of soup and bread. Guests
choose a bowl to keep as a reminder
that there are always empty bowls in
the world.
Its the most festive soup line imaginable, and all proceeds go to the Falls
Area Food Pantry. Tickets will be available the night of the event at the caf
entrance or contact the art teacher at
your school. Questions can be directed
to, Terra Chmielewski at 262-946-2046
or chmiter@sdmfschools.org.
Current grade 8 students, parents
invited to Hamilton Orientation &
Open House Feb. 17
Hamilton High School will welcome
incoming ninth-graders and their parents to its Eighth Grade Orientation and

Open House Feb. 17 beginning at 7 p.m.


in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center, W220
N6151 Town Line Road, Sussex.
At the Orientation, a brief introduction to the high school and an overview
of the registration process will be presented. Course catalogs and other registration materials will be distributed.
Students and parents will receive further information about high school
requirements, honors courses and fouryear planning. Each student will also
receive their core course recommendations at this meeting.
The Open House, which is open to
families registering a student in any
grade, will be from 7:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Administrators, school counselors and
representatives from departments, clubs
and extracurricular activities will be on
hand to answer questions. Tours will be
conducted by the Hamilton National
Honor Society.
Prior to the Orientation and Open
House, informational meetings for students interested in band and choir will
be held at 6:30 p.m. Band students and
parents will meet in the band room and
choir in the Little Theater.
Those unable to attend the
Orientation and Open House or parents
of private school students whose school
was not notified about this event should
contact the Guidance Department at
(262) 246-6476 x1130. Parents with specific questions are encouraged to contact the appropriate high school counselor at (262) 246-6476.
Last names: A-B, Kristin Hasbrook,
ext. 1128; C-J, James Flegel, ext. 1135;
K-P, David Johnson, ext, 1133; Q-Z,
Tricia Rigg, ext. 1134.
CMH accepting nominations for
2016 Exceptional Physicians award
Froedtert & the Medical College of
Wisconsin
Community
Memorial
Hospital is accepting nominations for
the 2016 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
at
http://www.froedtert.com/spirit-ofcaring. The deadline for nominations is
Feb. 12, 2016.
Award recipients will be announced
on Doctors Day, March 30, 2016. They
will be recognized at the hospitals 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
representatives from Froedtert & the
Medical College of Wisconsin Community

Memorial Hospital and its medical staff.


Trivia Night in Sussex
Trivia Night, a fundraiser for the
Multiple Sclerosis Society, will be held at
the Boneyard Pub & Grille, located at
N64W23180 Main St. in Sussex, on
Saturday, May 7, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The event will include trivia, food,
music and a silent auction. All proceeds
will go toward the MS Society. Advance
tickets are $30 and can be purchased
online (with a $2.64 service fee) at
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/triviafundraiser-for-ms-society-tickets20951584754.
Fall Patio Players auditions
Falls Patio Players will hold open
auditions for the musical My Fair Lady
Feb. 8 and 9, 2016 with call backs Feb.
11. We are looking for a large and varied
cast of adults ages 17 to 70. Prepare 16
bars of a song in your key and bring
sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. Tape recordings and unaccompanied singing are not permitted. Please
wear shoes and clothes suitable for
dancing.
Auditions will be held at North
Middle School Auditorium N88 W16750
Garfield Dr. Menomonee Falls WI 53051.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., auditions start
at 7:00 p.m. Performance dates are
April 29, 30, May 1, 6,7,8, 2016.
For
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information,
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audition notice in advance to fill out
from the web site.

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SALES/MARKETING
Sales Specialist
Huge Opportunity
Monthly Guarantee
and Full Benefits!
Are You Outgoing, Friendly,
like people and ready to make
above average earnings?
We will train the right candidate!

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE!

HEISER TOYOTASCION
Menomonee Falls

Call 414-357-2100 today


and ask for Pat or email
resume to ppomeranz@heiser.com

January 30, 2016

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

PROFESSIONAL/
TECHNICAL

CHILDCARE

Human Resource Position:


Come join our team.
Fabrication Company in Washington County
is seeking a full time Human Resource Person
with experience and a strong background in
all aspects of Human Resources. Main duties
are listed below and many other opportunities are available to the right candidate:

Manufacturing Tech
Maintenance
CNC Machining
Mold Making

Interviewing / Recruiting /
Orientations / Terminations
Retention and Training programs
Maintaining and Updating the Company
Handbook
Company Reviews
Work Injury / Unemployment Claims
Employee Attendance Recording
Safety records
Backup AR/AP

Now hiring for:

FULL-TIME, LEAD QUALIFIED


TODDLER TEACHER

Learning Center

Please stop in to fill


out an application.
N79 W14845
Homestead Drive
Menomonee Falls
262-250-1455

Qualified candidates with at least 5 yrs. experience in Human Resources. Must be reliable,
trustworthy and have great initiative.
Applicants with the ability to multi-task with
success are encouraged to send a resume
with salary requirements to the address
below. Company benefits will be discussed at
the time of an interview.
Express News - LR
P.O. Box 335 Germantown, WI 53022
email: lryan@discoverhometown.com

RESTAURANT/
HOSPITALITY
BEST WESTERN Germantown Inn
Is Hiring For Following Positions:

FRONT DESK: Part Time,


rotating shift, including Weekends
HOUSEKEEPING:
Part Time, Including Weekends
PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON:
W190 N10862 Commerce Circle
Germantown, WI 53022
Candidate should be 18 years or older
to apply for Front Desk Position

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SKILLED TRADES

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DRIVERS

DRIVERS
No CDL Required for our Newer
26 Automatic Straight Trucks.
Multi-stop Deliveries Utilizing
Pallet Jack and Two Wheel Dolly
are Required. Must be Customer
Focused, Professional and Possess a
Clean Drivers License with at
Least 2 Years Driving Experience.
Competitive Wages and Benefits.

Production Operators & Leads


Exciting opportunities for Filling
Machine Operators and Leads on both
1st and 2nd shifts! Are you looking for
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advance through operator levels I, II, &
III. Looking for the opportunity to supervise? Utilize your leadership skills and
abilities as you work with and develop
your team of operators. Are you looking
for a stable, growing company? Come
work in our clean, new, state of the art
facility in Germantown. Competitive
wages and benefits await you!
To apply, submit resume, shift
preference and wage expectation by
email: employment@ellsworth.com,
fax: (262) 478-8698, or send to:

Submit Resume at
jschinner@joshen.com or apply at
Joshen Paper
8133 N. Granville Woods Rd.
Milwaukee, 53233.
NO PHONE CALLS.

DRIVER: $5000 SIGN-ON!


EARN $68-$70K/YR!
OPEN HOUSE:
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and Feb 6th from 8a-4p
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Michael/Gil: 855-205-6361

Drivers
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Germantown, WI 53022

Greater Milwaukee
Auto Auction

Maintenance Mechanic NIGHT SHIFT


Charter Automotive has great opportunities available
in our Maintenance Department. When you work for
Charter Automotive, youre part of a four-generation
family-owned business. That means, youre not just an
employee, youre one of our family members!
The ideal candidate must be a highly motivated, self-starter who
enjoys challenges and exploring new ways to get their work done.
A qualified candidate must have an accredited maintenance
apprenticeship or two years of technical training, with two to four
years of industrial maintenance experience. They will be able to
read blueprints, drawings, and sketches, as well as have the ability
to use a wide variety of metal working hand and power equipment.
A high school diploma or GED is required for employment.
Our employees work a 12-hour shift on a 5-2-2-5 schedule. This
schedule gives you a 5-day weekend every other week. Starting
pay will be based on experience.
We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, profit
sharing, gain sharing, and a friendly, team-oriented
environment where your opinion is valued. Please
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organization. www.chartermfg.com

EOE

Send resume and salary requirements to:


careers@charterautomotive.com

Full and Part time positions open!!


Valid Drivers License.
Mature Work Environment!!
Apply in person.

8711 W. Brown Deer Road


Milwaukee, WI 53224
(414) 365-3500

WAREHOUSE
STAFF/DRIVER

Meet face to face and


be screened by a
talent specialist
this week
Call Jennifer to
schedule your
interview
@ 262.225.2075
send your resume
to Jennifer.doty
@manpower.com
Registering at
manpowerjobs.com is required

Lippert Tile is seeking an individual 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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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

Cameo Care Campus


is interviewing for the following positions:
- RN MANAGER - RN/LPN STAFF: Days/PMs, Full-time
LPN: Part-time/Pool Nights - CNAs: All Shifts
MED TECHS: Days & PMs, Full-time
- HOUSEKEEPING: 1st Shift - COOKS & DIETARY AIDE

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

CAMEO CARE CAMPUS


5790 S. 27th Street, Milwaukee, WI
Visit us: www.cameocarecampus.com

Join Our Health Care Team!


Were a family oriented health care facility.

RN Full Time Days


(New Grads Welcome)

Salary commensurate
with experience

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.

FUNRKINGMENT
WOVIRON
EN

PART-TIME

WAREHOUSE
WORKER NEEDED

for our Brown Deer Warehouse

Hope Health and


Rehabilitation

Gain experience by working


on the inserting machine,
packaging and stacking.

438 Ashford Ave. Lomira, WI 53048


Apply online at:
hopehealthandrehab.com
or call 920-269-4386

NURSING
PAID Nursing Asst. training: Embark on a new career where your care can make a difference.
Classes start April 7, 2016, space is limited! Apply online, position title: NA Training
CNAs, Resident Assts.: LPT, PT, FT, variety of shifts in assisted living, memory loss
care and/or our 5-Star rated skilled nursing and rehab facility.
RNs/LPNs: PT/FT PM and LPT AM every other weekend. $3000 hiring bonus (PM)
PROFESSIONAL/SUPPORT
Activity Program Manager: FT, M-F, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. w/weekend rotation. Engage and enhance
the lives of older adults w/events, outings! 1 year exp preferred. Willing to train the right candidate.
Customer Relations: PT 3 8 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. weekend rotation.
Welcome visitors, cover phones, cash register. Healthcare exp or interest preferred.
Music Therapist: FT. BA in Music Therapy + exp. w/Alzheimers required, certification preferred.
New grads welcome.

DINING ASSISTANTS
OPEN HOUSE!
Thursday, Feb. 11, 3:30 5:30 p.m.
Cedar Lake Health & Rehab Center
Board Room
5595 County Road Z, West Bend

Apply online at www.cedarcareers.org or in person:


5595 County Rd. Z, West Bend.
Questions? Call 262.306.2123
Equal Opportunity Employer

GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

Were just a short 15 minute


drive south of Fond Du Lac
Make more than a living...
Make a difference.

SE WIs largest retirement community is hiring!

DINING SERVICES
Dining Asst.: PT days and LPT 4 7 p.m.,variety of
positions and hours available
Cook: PT every other weekend with holiday rotation.
Flexible schedule. Eligible for benefits. Make their day
w/quality dining! Exp preferred.

January 30, 2016

Please mail your resume to:


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

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February 26-28, 2016


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Feb-March 2016

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LiftMaster

CLOPAY

00
100
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00
50
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Installed al
se
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Taxes

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Haul

1 3/8 TWO SIDED STEEL DOOR


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$329

Gas Furnace Clean & Check


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