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October 31, 2015 // Volume 24, Issue 44

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Falls district
creates
drone policy
The Menomonee Falls School Board
got a first look Oct. 26 at a policy to regulate the use of unauthorized equipment
on school property.
"This is a hot topic right now,"
Menomonee Falls Athletics and Activities
Director Ryan Anderson said. Anderson
said the WIAA -- the organization which
oversees high school athletics in
Wisconsin -- has adopted a policy banning the use of drones during their
events.
Anderson said there have a handful
of instances where drones have flown
around at district outdoor events.
"It makes me uneasy as the person in
charge of that sporting event," Anderson
said.
Anderson said during a football game
last year there was professional crew
that was operating a drone when they
lost control of the vehicle. The drone
narrowly missed the head of a cheerleader and then crashed on a track.
The policy includes language stating
See DRONE POLICY PAGE 17

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Falls district reviews home school sports policy


The Menomonee Falls School Board
got a first look Oct. 26 at a proposed
policy that will address how students in
the district who are home schooled or
attend parochial schools can participate
in district extracurricular activities.
The provision, which was included
in the state budget approved and signed
into law over the summer, is often
referred to as the Tim Tebow rule" after
the University of Florida quarterback
who played high school football in his
home state under a similar rule. A similar rule has been in place in Minnesota.
"The WIAA turned around and said
we have to support this, it's law now,"
Menomonee Falls Athletic Director Ryan
Anderson said, referring to the entity
which oversees high school sports in
Wisconsin.
In response, the WIAA created language to support the new requirement.
Anderson said there has been discussion

among athletic directors statewide of


how to comply with the rule. For
Menomonee Falls, there were no home
school or parochial school students who
participated in fall sports under the
rule, while one student has signed up
for a winter sport.
The policy includes existing language stating the student must comply
with WIAA rules, along with public
school rules and regulations.
The policy comes with procedures
for how it will be followed. Along with
procedures followed by Menomonee
Falls district students, a requirement
was added requiring students in home
school or parochial school programs to
provide a birth certificate to prove date
of birth.
Anderson said he is asking applicants under the provision if they're participating on an online-based program
through another school district. If that

is the case, the student cannot participate in Menomonee Falls activities but
instead has to participate in activities
through the school district providing
their online program.
"We are not allowed to allow them
in," Anderson said of Menomonee Falls
residents who are educated through an
online program who seek to apply to
participate in Menomonee Falls
extracurricular activities.
School Board member David Noshay
asked if there are tax dollars brought
into the school district in home school
or parochial education who participate
in Falls extracurricular activities.
"There is no financial gain other
than their participation fee," Anderson
said.
Noshay said he didn't have any
problem with the programming, but
said "it is another unfunded mandate.
Just so the public understands, there

might be financial implications to the


district that we are obligated by law to
take in those students. Although we're
allowed to charge fees, its the same fees
that the parents who paying school
taxes are allowed to pay."
Board member Michele Divelbiss
cited another situation that could occur
in which a Menomonee Falls student
who becomes academically ineligible
could then withdraw from school, and
apply to participate in extracurricular
programming a week later under the
home school rule.
"The WIAA is working on language
to tighten that up. The transfer rules,
they're going to talk about that at our
area meetings this fall," Anderson said.
The policy will return to the board
at a future meeting for final consideration.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

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Retail theft
A female subject was arrested for
retail theft at 3:42 p.m. Oct. 4 after
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Warrants
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Spring Drive.
A 24-year-old Milwaukee man was
taken into custody on an Oak Creek
warrant at 12:40 a.m. Oct. 5 following a
traffic stop at Highway 41 and County
Line Road.
A 25-year-old Milwaukee man was
taken into custody on a Waukesha
County Sheriffs Office warrant at 5:20
a.m. Oct. 7 following a traffic stop at
Highway 145 and County Line Road.
A 28-year-old Milwaukee man was
taken into custody on a Milwaukee
County warrant at 1:50 a.m. Oct. 8 following a traffic stop at highways 41 and
145.
A 48-year-old Menomonee Falls
man was taken into custody on a
Germantown warrant at 9:38 p.m. Oct. 7
following a traffic stop at Main Street
and Patton Drive.

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restriction. He was found to have a
blood-alcohol level of .27 and he was
placed in jail.

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possession of drug paraphernalia at
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Navigating
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Rehearsal dinners are a fun wedding
tradition that typically take place the
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aisle. The immediate families of the bride
and groom as well as any additional
members of the wedding party are on
hand for the rehearsal dinner, which
often follows a walk-through of the wedding ceremony.
The rehearsal dinner is usually a laidback affair, but there are some things
couples must navigate as they sit down
to their last dinner together before
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Guest list
It is customary to invite anyone participating in the wedding, including
bridesmaids, groomsmen, ushers, flower
girls, and ring bearers, to the rehearsal
dinner. In addition to those in the wedding, family members, such as parents of
both the bride and groom and their
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Group will also venture into forests, fields,
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weather. Fee is $5, free for All Access
members.
Gone Hiking-Friday, Nov. 13, 1 to
2:30 p.m.: Join a naturalist to become
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Enjoy the beautiful landscapes that
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journal, camera, and binoculars. Fee is $5,
free for Trail Pass and All Access members.
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OBITUARY

Award-Winning

Robert Milbrath

Built to Last.

Milbrath, Robert H. (Bob) of


Menomonee Falls, Born to eternal Life
October 15, 2015 at the age of 89.
Beloved husband for 67 years to
Dorothy (nee Stuettgen). Loving
father of George (Kathy), Steve (Mary)
and Debbie (Dean) Anderson. Proud
Grandpa of 9 grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren. Further survived
by his brothers John (Sue) and Ralph,
and his sisters-in-law Audrey Nofz, Rita
and Sandy Stuettgen, brother-in-law
Bob Bruss, other relatives and friends.
Bob was a proud WWII Veteran, a
Tail Gunner with the 20th Army Air

Force, 504th Bomb Group. He was an


active member and past Commander of
the American Legion Post 382. He was
a retired Village employee. Previous to
that, Bob was a former business owner
and operator of Bobs Conoco Service
Station which was on the corner of
Pilgrim and Main Street. He was a member of St. Marys Parish. Born and
raised, lived and worked in Menomonee
Falls until retiring to Crooked Lake,
Wisconsin for 25 years to return to
Menomonee Falls several years ago. Bob
will be greatly missed my his family and
friends.

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BOYS SOCCER

Hamilton loses
regional in shootout
BY TROY SPARKS
CORRESPONDENT

The Sussex Hamilton boys soccer team didnt want a


repeat moment going into the 2015 Division 1 regional final,
Oct. 24, at home. The Chargers tried to avoid what ended
their season last year when they lost in the sectional final
match on penalty kicks. Despite outplaying seventh-seeded
Hartford in a physical match, No. 2 Hamilton lost on penalty kicks to the Orioles in a 1-1 final.
Two things changed the outcome of the game: a breakdown in the Chargers defense that allowed the Orioles to tie
the game and a goal by Hamilton that should have counted.
One of the assistant referees, who stood on the sideline near
the right side of the Hamilton goalpost, ruled that the shot
by junior forward Ryan Feuerstein was no good because from
his observation, Feuerstein was behind the goal line.
I absolutely thought that it was a goal, Hamilton coach
Steve Provan said. One of the ARs (assistant referee near
the Hamilton bench) said he believed that it was a goal. Its
hard because thats a situation where the refs on the side
had a hard time seeing whats going on. So I told my guys
when they came (to the bench) that they cant worry about
that stuff. We got to put (the game) away.
Hartford set the tone of the game in the first half by
attacking the Hamilton defense and committing lots of fouls,
but that didnt stop the Chargers from launching hard, closerange shots that kept Hartford senior keeper Nicholas
Lindner on his toes and making some great saves. In the
25th minute, Hartford junior midfielder Nathaniel Seibolds
aggressive play wasnt overlooked by the referee. He received
a yellow card for unsportsmanlike conduct. Five seconds
before halftime, sophomore striker Andrew Driessen received
a yellow card, which was the second for the Orioles. It was
scoreless at the half.
I just told (my team) that we need to execute in the
final third (of the field) and get some shots on goal, Provan
said. We were trying to get through (Hartford). They did an
effective job by packing guys in the (penalty) box. So I told
them that we just need to start putting some pressure on
them and put some shots on goal.
Just 15 seconds in the second half, junior forward and
team captain Connor Provan muscled past Hartford defender
Ethan Hanisko and hit a shot that rolled into the left corner
of the net for a 1-0 Hamilton lead. A free kick from about 48
yards by senior defender Ben Krolczyk that went into the net
was wiped out by an offside call in the 60th minute.
The disallowed goal in the 73rd minute by Hamilton
became a momentum booster for Hartford. Senior midfielder
Alex Tomashek blasted a shot from the right side to tie the
match at 1-1. We had one breakdown in the back (line) that
allowed their player break through (the defense) and he hit
a nice shot, Provan said.
Both teams didnt score in the two 10-minute overtime
periods, so the match went to a shootout that Hartford won,
4-3. It was a tough way for Hamilton to end the season on
their home field. Its tough to lose in the PKs, Provan said.
We outplayed these guys. We outshot them by a large margin (16-7). Unfortunately, we couldnt put the ball in the
net. The Chargers, who tied for second place in the Greater
Metro Conference with a 5-2 record, finished their season at
14-5-3.

PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

The Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team cheers after scoring a point in the first game against Homestead
in a regional final Oct. 24.

VOLLEYBALL

Homestead rallies to beat Falls


After winning the first game in a regional final
against Homestead Oct. 24, Menomonee Falls came
up short in two close games and lost to the
Highlanders 25-10, 15-25, 21-25, 23-25.
"As good as we were offensively in the first
game that's how good they were for the most for
the rest of the match," Menomonee Falls Coach J.C.
Bruns said afterward. "We knew that was going to
be their strength, (Homestead's Allie Beckers) is a
fantastic hitter from anywhere on the floor. We
tried to neutralize her, and weren't able to. It's a
testament of how good she is."
Menomonee Falls jumped out to a 10-4 lead in
the first game and finished with a 4-1 run. In the
second game, the teams were tied 9-9 when
Homestead scored nine straight points to equalize
the set.
In the third game Menomonee Falls and
Homestead were tied 20-20 when Homestead
scored three straight points, forcing a Menomoene
Falls time out. Menomonee Falls scored once more
before Homestead closed out the game.
In the fourth game Menonmonee Falls tied the

score at 20-20 on a kill by Mackenzie Robertson.


But Homestead answered with a tip by Emma
Szypszak and followed that with a block to take a
22-20 lead. A tip by Robertson and a kill by Rachel
Murphy evened the score for Menomonee Falls, but
Beckers responded with a kill for Homestead. After
a timeout, a block by Homestead closed out the
set.
Beckers led Homestead with 17 kills while
Robertson had 10 kills for Menomonee Falls.
Bruns later added that Homestead's offense dictated Menomonee Falls "being out of system too
much and made things easier for them. They certainly made some plays, both with their block and
their back row."
While Menomonee Falls was seeded third and
Homestead seeded sixth, Bruns noted the sectional bracket is deep and the match "wasn't your
ordinary three versus six matchup."
"We're disappointed in how we finished. We
thought we'd at least get past this weekend,"
Bruns added.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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Cross country: Germantown teams qualify for state


BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR

The Germantown boys and girls cross


country teams placed second at the
Homestead sectional Oct. 24, earning a
trip to the state cross country meet in
Wisconsin Rapids the next weekend.
The top two teams and top five runners who aren't on the top two teams
qualify for the state meet.
The Germantown boys team finished
second to Homestead. Germantown was
led by Craig Reese and Jacob DuFrane,
who placed ninth and 10th with times of
17:03 and 17:05. They were followed by
Jake Garvey (13th, 17:09), Dylan Ayer
(15th, 17:17) and Evan Adair (15th,
17:17), with Adair moving up two spots
within the final 100 yards of the finish
line. Also running for Germantown were
Joe Biesel (36th, 17:57) and Westin Feltz
(44th, 18:19).
"It's always good to make is as a
team," DuFrane said.
DuFrane said the focus over the week
improving on positions at the meet.
Germantown Coach Harris Jones said
the third through fifth runners (Garvey,
Ayer and Adair) moved up positions during the race, something which the team
focused on during the season.
"That is something they responded to
well today," Jones said.
Jones, who moved from assistant
coach to head coach at the start of the
season after Andy Bavlnka was hired for
an administrative post in Muskego, said
the team "is a great group of boys to work

with, they've continued the leadership


and the mentality of hard work that obviously carried us to our success today."
The Germantown girls team finished
second to Whitefish Bay. Germantown was
led by Sami Stieve and Alyssa Goesch,
who finished fourth and eighth with
times of 20:02 and 20:31. They were followed by Calli Lemke (16th, 20:55),
Jennifer Lindgren (17th, 20:58) and
McKenna Klopfer (20th, 21:02). Also running for Germantown were Molly Baus
(37th, 22:08) and Lydia Boyd (48th,
22:41).
"It wasn't about time, it was about
place," Germantown Coach Nancy
Pietrowiak said afterward. Pietrowiak
explained that as the girls came around
the final corner, "it looked so good and
they've been running so well. We've had
some glitches along the way and we've
butted heads, but for this it's worth it."
Pietrowiak noted that the team
missed out on a second place finish last
year and put in the time over the summer
to set the stage for that morning.
Lemke said she remembered last year.
"I still remember the tears, we were all
crying afterwards. It's such a different situation we're in now, we're so excited."
The results from last year served as
the motivation for the team to work over
the summer, Lemke said.
"After the race ended last year and the
disappointment we knew we were going to
work hard and get back this year if we
really wanted to go to state," Lemke said.
Lemke said the team "ran smarter" at

the sectional than the conference meet the week before,


where Germantown finished
fourth.
Also qualifying for the state
meet at the sectional was
Menomonee Falls freshman
Kylee Wunschel, who finished
sixth with a time of 20:05.
"I'm excited, I'm a little
nervous, but it will be fine. It
will be a cool experience,"
Wunschel said of going to state.
She admitted that the idea
going to state wasn't exactly in
the imagination as the season
started.
"Oh my God, I didn't think
I'd be as good as I am now. I didn't think I'd make it to state,"
Wunschel said.
She said toward the end of
the season her times started to
PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN
improve and her parents said Kylee Wunschel of Menomonee Falls runs to a sixth
she could make it to state.
place finish at the Homestead sectional Oct. 24.
"And here I am," she said.
Menomonee Falls Coach Tom
ished ninth at the Homestead sectional.
Shannon said Wunschel "has been my Tyler Smalley led Menomonee Falls, finishnumber one runner from day one. As a ing 30th with a time of 17:47.
freshman, it's a huge accomplishment.
Hamilton qualified two runners at the
She did what we expected for today."
Mukwonago sectional held at Mukwonago
"She's been consistent all year," High School Oct. 24. Michael Swope
Shannon said. "Nothing bothers her."
placed seventh in the boys competition
It was third time Menomonee Falls ran with a time of 16:53.07 while Rachel
the Tendick Park course. Shannon said he Jeffers finished third in the girls competihas scheduled to run in meets on the tion with a time of 18:54. The Hamilton
course to get ready for the sectional.
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Falls HS student selected to Badger Boys state post


A second Menomonee Falls High
School student was selected for a post
at the Badger State government program.
Siddhant Jain, a senior at
Menomonee Falls High School, was
selected as treasurer during the Badger
Boys State government program held
over the summer.
Jain's selection came during the
same summer that Isabelle Abbott was
selected as superintendent of education
at the Badger Girls State program.
The Badger Girls and Badger Boys
state programs are week-long programs
in which participants learn about leadership in government. Menomonee Falls
sends eight boys and eight girls to the
Badger State programs.
"We don't think that's ever happened before, where we had two in the
same year," Athletics and Activities
Director Ryan Anderson said during the
Oct. 26 Menomonee Falls School Board
meeting.
Jain said at Badger Boys State by

running for an elected position he was


able to work on public speaking skills.
He also sought signatures of other participants to get on the ballot for the
position. Jain said he needed to collect
35 signatures to get on the primary ballot. The primary "election" involved
Jain giving a speech in front of 400
people. The general election involved
giving a speech before approximately
1,000 people.
"I gained a lot of networking skills,"
he said.
In addition, Jain met counselors
who are successful in professional fields
such as law and engineering.
In addition to Badger Boys State,
Jain is also involved in Future Business
Leaders of America (FBLA). Jain said he
plans to major in bio-engineering in
college, and is undecided on which college he will want to attend. He is also
the captain of the high school boys
swim team.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

Siddhant Jain speaks to the Menomonee Falls School Board Oct. 26. Jain was
selected as treasurer during the Badger Boys State program over the summer..

School district creates drone policy


From Page 1

that the drones must be in compliance


with Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) regulations. In addition, a drone
operator must provide the district a
signed statement holding the district
harmless for any harm to individuals or
damage to property. The policy states
the operators must provide the district
with proof of insurance with liability of
at least $1 million.

The policy also states that during


operation the drone must remain within sight of the operator and cannot be
used in areas where there is an expectation of privacy. The policy states that
permission to use non-district equipment at a district event must be secured
in advance of an event or activity.
School Board President Faith
VanderHorst asked how the policy
would be enforced. Anderson replied
that his position is that he would stop

the contest until the drone leaves the


district property. He said such a situation occurred at the high school
Powderpuff game earlier this year,
where it was determined a drone was
was being operated by someone in a car
behind the stadium.
"If it fell one one of our students or
one of our coaches, that would be a bad
thing for all of us," Anderson said.
VanderHorst asked if there should be
a posting at district properties stating

that drone use is not allowed. Anderson


replied that there is a "No drone zone"
sign at school facilities in Hattiesburg,
Miss. Anderson said he worked with
officials in Hattiesburg on the policy.
"That's not a bad idea," Anderson
said of the sign postings.
The policy will return to the board
at a future meeting for final action.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

NEWS & EVENTS


Veterans Salute event at Riverside
School in Menomonee Falls Nov. 4
A Veterans Salute program at
Riverside School gym in Menomonee
Falls will run from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Nov.
4. The program will honor the armed
forces with a ceremony and musical
entertainment. Refreshments will follow the program.
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
Sea Serpent Talk at the Falls Library
Believe it or not, Wisconsin was
once home to many lakes that were
inhabited by large serpent-like beings.
Author Chad Lewis is going to speak
about Sea Serpents of Wisconsin on
Thursday, November 12 at 7pm. Filled
with newspaper accounts, witness
drawings, and photographs, this program takes a look at where the serpents
were, and where many think they still
are. Chad Lewis is a favorite speaker in
the library and has done a memorable
job of writing and talking about different paranormal topics from around the
world, including Wisconsins Gangster
Past, Wisconsins Most Haunted
Locations and The Bizarre History of
Wisconsin.

For more information, check the


librarys website menomoneefallslibrary.org or call the Adult Reference
Desk at 262-532-8920. Menomonee
Falls Public Library, W156 N8436
Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls.
Mrs. Dickens at the Falls Library
Mrs. Charles Dickens will be at the
Falls Library Saturday, November 14 at
2:30pm. Mrs. Dickens and the Women
of Dickens is a new program from an
old friend, Jessica Michna. Jessica has
done a number of portrayals for us,
including Mary Todd Lincoln, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Abigail Adams, Dolley
Madison, and Goode Rebeka Nurse. She
lives in Wisconsin with her husband
Mike, an old cat named Elmo, and a
Welsh Corgi named Wendy.
Mr. Dickens was a Victorian writer
and a keen observer of social concerns
and poverty in that era. In commemoration the library will have a
Menomonee Falls Food Pantry box right
by the Meeting Room door. If anyone
wants to donate canned food, or soups,
or sauces, please do so. Monetary
donations will be accepted as well.
For more information, check the
librarys website menomoneefallslibrary.org or call the Adult Reference

Desk at 262-532-8920. Menomonee


Falls Public Library, W156 N8436
Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls.
Working Warriors traveling exhibit
at Old Courthouse Museum starting
Nov. 4
Just in time for Veterans Day, the
traveling exhibit from the Wisconsin
Veterans Museum Working Warriors:
Military Life Beyond Combat opens at
the Old Courthouse Museum-located at
320 S. 5th Avenue in West Bend-on
Nov. 4 and will be on exhibit through
Dec. 6, 2015.
The exhibit will be open for the
Veterans Day celebrations when the Old
Courthouse Museum is free to all visitors for the day.
Veterans Day observance at KMLHS
Nov. 5
A Veterans Day observance will be
held at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High
Schools Performing Arts Center, 3399
Division Road in Jackson. Doors open at
9 a.m. and the program will begin at
9:20 a.m. The invited guest speaker is
Gov. Scott Walker. For more information, call (262) 677-4051, ext. 1101 or
email wendy.zimmermann@kmlhs.org.

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Unfortunately, many
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ANY AD THAT SOUNDS TOO
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1000-1999 Notices
1002 Coming
Events
STOCKING STUFFER
Craft Fair & Bake Sale
Saturday, November 14th,
8:30am-2pm.
Beautiful
Savior Milwaukee, 3205 N.
85th St. (behind Milw. School
of Languages). Handmade
seasonal, Packer, yearround crafts & best-ever
baked goods; vendors like
Scentsy, ItWorks nutritional
products, JamBerry Nails
and more! Free admission &
coffee! Call (414)871-6744
or visit beautifulsaviorlc.com
and Facebook.

WAUKESHA EXPO
MARKET
SE Wisc. Fastest
Growing/ Antiques/ Art
Crafts/ Collectibles/
Home Party/Flea Market
SAT. NOV. 7th, 9-4pm
SUN. NOV. 8th, 9-3pm
FREE PARKING
$5/ $3 + 2 can goods ea.
for Hunger Task Force
WAUKESHA COUNTY
EXPO ARENA
1000 Northview Rd.
Waukesha, WI
Info: Jeff 414-587-8225
Last Show Before Xmas!

1005 Legal Notices


WISCONSIN STORAGE
7330 W. Good Hope Rd.
Milwaukee, WI will hold a
public sale on Saturday,
November 7th, 2015 at
9:00am. Bidding is on
complete contents of unit.
Units included in sale are; 2
units owned by Antionette &
Roosevelt
Hicks
of
Milwaukee, WI. Contents:
household items, tools,
welder, Cadillac DTS
1G6KF57953U158648. Unit
owned by Phillis Headd of
Milwaukee, WI. Contents:
household items. Unit
owned by Rick Johnson of
Glendale, WI. Contents:
Chevy
Traverse
1GNER23D69S102742.
Unit owned by Jamesha
Perry of Milwaukee, WI.
Contents:
furniture,
household items. Unit
owned by Joedna Braxton
of Brown Deer, WI.
Contents: furniture. Call
414-353-7867
after
12:00pm on November 6th,
2015 to confirm sale will
proceed.

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2000-2999
Services
2000 Offered
Services
DUMPSTERS:
12, 20 & 30 Yard Rentals.
414-841-6862
LOW COST SPAY/ neuter
and wellness veterinary
clinic in the North Milwaukee
Area. For details, visit
www.spayme.com or call
262-505-2213

2003 Cement/
Masonry
CONCRETE SERVICE
Small jobs: driveways,
patios, sidewalks, color
concrete, yard drain
systems, grading, top soil.
Licensed/ Insured. 262246-0529/ 414-218-2045
Jim

2014 Landscaping
KLEEN KUTS LAWN
Service: bushes/ trees
trimmed & removed,
retaining walls, lawn
cutting, thatching, Spring
clean-up, gutter cleaning,
drain tiles.
Total Landscaping.
Commercial/ Residential.
Free Estimates. 262-6136996

2021 Roofing
ROOF REPAIRS, FALL
gutter cleaning and chimney
repairs. Free estimates. Call
262-442-5913

2023 Snow
Removal
KLEEN
KUTS
SNOW REMOVAL
Driveways, sidewalks,
snow blowing, fall
gutter cleaning, fall
clean-up.
Free
Estimates. 262-6136996

2024 Tree Service

TURF & TREE


WORX
Tree Pruning/
Removal,
Fall Fertilizing,
Emerald Ash Bore
Treatment Diagnosis
by Certified Arborist
262-675-2600
Wholesale Nursery
Stock, Locust,
Linden, Oak &
Large Variety of
Evergreens to
choose from.
Volume Discounts.

1985 CHEVY DUMP


TRUCK Rebuilt engine,
under 1,000 miles. Asking,
$8,500/ OBO. 262-2517007

3000-3999 For
Sale

SERVER WANTED FOR


Friday Fish Fry. Possible
Wednesday and banquets
available.
Apply
at
Schwabenhof 14750 W
Silver Spring Rd., Men. Falls
Wednesday after 4:00pm or
Friday after 10:00am.

3000 For Sale

KILL

BED

BUGS!

Harris Bed Bug Killers/


KIT Available: Home
Depot, homedepot.com,
Hardware Stores

8000-8999
Employment
8008 Restaurant
Hospitality

8009 Sales/
Marketing

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
COUNTER PERSON
SENIORS/RETIREES
ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!
PART-TIME
Call Don early AM

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

SALES/MARKETING
Cars.com

DIGITAL MEDIA SALES REPRESENTATIVE


Milwaukee, WI
Develop and aggressively grow sales through
prospecting, cold calls and relationship development. Ensure both customers and prospects have
a detailed understanding of our products through
a consultative approach. Ensure current customer
satisfaction by responding quickly and accurately
to problems, concerns or needs. Maintain a high
level of customer service through training and customer support. Develop relationships with dealers
and dealer groups. Leverage those relationships to
maximize revenue opportunities. Help proactively
market the company to customers and convey the
advantage of our services. Must live in market area
while working out of home office and have a valid
drivers license. Responsible for attaining revenue
and account retention goals. 1-3 years of solid
business sales experience. Media sales experience
preferred and we offer benefits. To apply, contact
Kathryn Gidney at kgidney@cars.com

BEAUTY CENTER
3016 Furniture

2731 W Forest Home


Ave.

414-383-9777

FREE - QUEEN SIZE


Solid wood, honey color
bed, spring mattress,
blankets, sheets, near
mint. Call 262-250-0858

3037 Trailers

We carry: Avon, Jafra,


Zermat, & many more
cosmetics. Also, we
carry clothing, perfume,
& jewelry.
Mention ad, get 10%
discount.
ISR

TILT TRAILER, 8 X 4
Includes lights & bottom
board with rails. Has good
tires. $250.00/ OBO. Call
414-465-0773

3040 Wanted to Buy

COINS +
Jewelry +
Watches, Etc.
(414) 461-6303
3720 N. 92 Milw.
7000-7999
Automotive
7000 Autos for Sale
1977 FORD MAVERICK

TREE & SHRUB SERVICE


Trimming & removal. Over
20 Years working with you
and for you. Call John 414963-6134

2001 FORD TAURUS V-6


Automatic, power windows,
locks, etc. new since 2011.
Battery, alternator, starter,
axles, rebuilt transmission,
and much more. Good car!
$1,600.00, 414-587-1398

October 31, 2015

2 Door, 302-V8, Automatic,


Orange with White Vinyl Top.
Rust Free! $4,150/ OBO.
Call 262-623-1533

Manufacturing Tech
Maintenance
CNC Machining
Mold Making

October 31, 2015

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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.

SKILLED TRADES

Morison Auto
N59 W 14179 Bobolink Ave.
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
262-703-9382

FULL TIME
MAINTENANCE POSITION
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

STEEL CRAFT JOB FAIR


Tuesday, November 3 9am-1pm
Dept. of Workforce Development
2200 Green Tree Rd, West Bend, 53090

TRUMPF PUNCH OPERATOR


1st Shift
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.

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

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

Experience Preferred

DRIVERS

PIZZA STATION

Apply in person. N168 W22224 Main St.

Jackson

HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Join Our Health Care Team!
Were a family oriented health care facility.

RN

Full Time Days


(New Grads Welcome)
Were just a short 15 minute
drive south of Fond Du Lac
Make more than a living...
Make a difference.

Hope Health and


Rehabilitation
438 Ashford Ave. Lomira, WI 53048
Apply online at:
hopehealthandrehab.com
or call 920-269-4386

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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FUNRKINGMENT
WOVIRON
EN

HEALTHCARE
SERVICES

PART-TIME

WAREHOUSE
WORKER NEEDED

Join Our Health Care Team!


Were a family oriented health care facility.

CNAs
Part Time PMs And Nights
2pm 6pm | 7pm-11-pm
10:45pm 7:15am
Were just a short 15 minute
drive south of Fond Du Lac
Make more than a living...
Make a difference.

Hope Health and


Rehabilitation
438 Ashford Ave. Lomira, WI 53048
Apply online at:
hopehealthandrehab.com
or call 920-269-4386

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS in
West Bend - CNA (HHA)-PCWs
Oostburg - RN/LPNs - Visit Nurses
Oostburg - PCW/HHA

ALL SHIFTS
AA/EOE/M/F/Disabled/Vets

Apply @ www.rescare.com/careers

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

GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

for our Brown Deer Warehouse

October 31, 2015

Gain experience
by working on the
inserting machine,
packaging and
stacking.
Please mail your
resume to:
Hometown Communications
P.O. Box 335-HR Germantown, WI 53022
or email to: HR@discoverhometown.com

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,
West Bend or Hartford DC
Dave Fifarek 414.788.0799

CASHIER
WANTED!

PIZZAS, PASTA, RIBS,


CHICKEN & SANDWICHES
CHICAGO STYLE HOT DOGS

NOW HIRING
FOR ALL
POSITIONS
(ON SIGHT HIRING)

CALL 262-250-3333
APPLY IN PERSON
N81 W15086 Appleton Ave.
Menomonee Falls
OR

www.MyRosatis.com
Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm
Fri & Sat 11am-10pm

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

Various Shifts
Night & Weekends
available
Uniforms
Provided
Apply at:

Main St. Mart


Hwy 45 & 60, Jackson
262-677-1110

Par t-time Oppor tunities


Parcel Assistant
10.56/per hour

Milwaukee
Wauwatosa
West Allis
Menomonee Falls
Hartford

Jackson
West Bend
West Milwaukee
Oak Creek
Hartland

Cedarburg
Whitefish Bay
Elkhorn
Johnson Creek
Madison

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

October 31, 2015

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