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State champion
Germantown student wins boys individual bowling title
Main St. Germantown

After finishing near the top at the state bowling championship in previous seasons, Germantowns Tyler Tschetter took home the title this year. Tschetter won the Wisconsin High School Bowling Club State Championship boys single title March 1-3 in competition held in Schofield. Easter Egg hunt: During an interview last week, Tschetter noted that Children rush to collect he finished fifth last year in singles competition while Easter Eggs during the Germantown finished second in team competition. He Germantown Easter Egg also went to state as a individual qualifier his freshman Hunt held at the Kennedy year and with the team his sophomore season. With Middle School parking lot strong performances at state in previous seasons, March 30. Tschetter was thinking about a possible title. Imagination Theater I knew it was a possibility I just want to perform begins sixth season: well and do my best, Tschetter said. It was kind of in The Imagination Theatre of the back of my mind the whole time some of the big Germantown will open its guys graduated after last year, so (a first place finish) sixth season by presenting was definitely a possibility. Barefoot in the Park by In the finals competition, Tschetter was seeded secNeil Simon. The play will ond and beat Ryan Schroeder of Kenosha Bradford in run weekends April 12-14 the semifinal, 240-230. Tschetter then faced Aaron and April 19-21 at the Turner of of Kenosha Tremper in the final, winning the Lutheran Church of the title match 268-201. Living Christ in Germantown. See page 4. To get to the final, Tschetter bowled three rounds on March 1 and three more on March 2 to get among the Chamber awards: The top five bowlers who competed on March 3. Germantown Chamber of Tschetter explained that the state tournament feaCommerce announced the tured a larger crowd and the best high school bowlers in 2012 Community Awards the state. winners at its annual dinTschetter has been bowling since second grade. He ner and meeting event Germantown High School student Tyler Tschetter is pictured held March 26. See page after winning the Wisconsin High School Bowling Club state Turn to page 4 boys individual title last month. Submitted photo. 15. Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ExpressNewsHome Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/HometownExpressNews

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Money Smart Week programs to be offered at Senior Center


The following Money Smart Week programs will be offered at the Germantown Senior Center, W162 N11960 Park Avenue: Fraud Bingo programTuesday, April 23, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.: Attendees will play fraud bingo and learn about the latest scams and fraud tactics, and ways to protect oneself. Refreshments will be served. Interested individuals should call the Senior Center to register. Protect Your Money asset protection and estate planning workshopWednesday, April 24, 9 to 10 a.m.: Some of the many topics covered will include learning how to protect oneself from nursing home expenses and ways to avoid probate; increasing monthly income; figuring out whether one needs a will or a trust; and understanding alternatives to longterm care insurance. Refreshments will be provided. Interested individuals should RSVP no later than April 17. For more information or to RSVP for one or more of the programs, call (262) 253-7799.

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News & Events


Around Washington County
Campus Notes The following area students have been accepted at University of Wisconsin-Stout for fall 2013 have been awarded the Chancellors Scholarship in the amount of $4,500. They are: Alan Mamerow of Colgate is a student at Hamilton High School. Mamerow plans to major in Technology Education. John Sprayberry of Slinger is a student at Slinger High School. Sprayberry plans to major in Business Administration. Grace Thompson of Menomonee Falls is a student at Hamilton High School. Thompson plans to major in Retail Merchandise and Management. Hospitals spring fundraising event offering variety of prizes A $2,000 cash prize and an assortment of $100 gift certificates for 10 of southeastern Wisconsins most notable restaurants are the top prizes in the 2013 Spring Splendor raffles, coordinated by Community Memorial Foundation. The Bonus Baby Raffle features a $2,000 cash first prize, $750 cash second prize, $500 cash third prize and $250 cash fourth prize. Tickets are $25 each or six for $100. The winner of the Crackerjack Restaurant Raffle will receive one $100 gift certificate to 10 different restaurants. Raffle tickets are $20 each or seven for $100. Winners for both raffles will be drawn at Spring Splendor 2013 Grand Slamthe annual gala fundraiser benefiting Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Fallswhich is set for Saturday, April 27. One does need not be present to win. Grand Slam will take place at Miller Park, One Brewers Way, Milwaukee. Tickets are $175 per person and include an evening of dinner, silent and voice auctions, entertainment and more. Tickets for both raffles, as well as for the event, can be purchased by calling Community Memorial Foundation at (262) 257-3761 or emailing donna.roesch@froedterthealth.org. Visit communitymemorialfoundation.org for more information. Raffle tickets are also available at the event. Imagination Theatre presenting Barefoot in the Park in April The Imagination Theatre of Germantown will open its sixth season by presenting Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon. The play will run weekends April 12-14 and April 19-21 at the Lutheran Church of the Living Christ, W156N10660 Pilgrim Rd., Germantown. The Germantown cast includes Meagan DeMunck, Ben Dern, Mary Rynders, James Boylan, Don Lambert and Scott Kroeger. Heidi Salter is the Director. Performance dates and times: Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 13 at 7 p.m.; Sunday, April 14 at 3:30 p.m.; Friday, April 19 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 20 at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, April 21 at 3:30 p.m. Tickets fare $12. Individual tickets are on sale now and can be ordered by mail at P.O. Box 271, Germantown, WI 53022, by check; online at www.itogonline.org by credit card; by phone at (262) 957-0399; or in person one hour prior to curtain on show weekends. For the first time, the group will be offering a "Pay What You Can" promotion for the preview performance on Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. Patrons can buy tickets for that show one hour before curtain at whatever price their budget will allow. Richfield Lioness Club fashion show fundraiser set for April 18 The Richfield Lioness Club presents Rolling Out the Red Carpet, a fashion show and charity fundraiser, Thursday, April 18 at the Washington County Fair Park-Ziegler Building. The eventwhich will have an Oscar Night feelwill include live and silent auctions, a treasure chest, introduction of the Ultimate Fashion Makeover contest winner, food and beverages and more. The exhibitor show will start at 4 p.m. and the fashion show at 7 p.m. Fox 6 News anchor Katrina Cravy will be the Mistress of Ceremonies. Fashions will be presented by Cabelas, Boston Store, Maurices, Soma Intimates, Amelishan Bridal and Jockey Person 2 Person. Admission is $15 in advance, $17 at the door and $20 for limited quantity VIP tickets (include front row seats, premier guest bag, etc.). Men will receive a free beer with a ticket. Tickets are available at the Fair Park, The Candy Tree in Kewaskum, Associated Bank in Germantown and Slinger, Voss Insurance, First National Bank of Hartford, Piggly Wiggly and from Lioness members. For VIP tickets, contact Kelly at (414) 852-7429. Attendees are encouraged to bring a pair of used eyeglasses to be donated to the Wisconsin Lions Foundation. A portion of the proceeds raised from the event will go to the Kathy Hospice, Froedtert Health St. Josephs Hospital. Carpet City Flooring Center open in Germantown Carpet City Flooring Center is Wisconsins largest Flooring store with 10 locations conveniently located throughout the state with the most recent located at Hwy 45/45 and Mequon Rd (next to Gander Mountain Gun World") in Germantown. Each location has over 500,000 square feet of first quality carpet, ceramic and porcelain tile, natural stone, hardwood, bamboo, laminate, and vinyl instock at affordable prices.This family owned company strives to build relationships and cherishes customers ever since it opened its doors in 1973. Seniors to see Annie Get Your Gun at Fireside Theater May 2 The Germantown Seniors Club will take a day trip to see Annie Get Your Gun at the Fireside Dinner Theater in Fort Atkinson on Thursday, May 2. Entrees served will be BBQ pork back ribs and southern fried baked chicken breast. The fee for the event is $99. Participants will meet at the Germantown strip mall, located at Mequon and Squire roads, at 9 a.m. and return at approximately 5:15 p.m. The reservation deadline is April 18. To make reservations or obtain more information, contact the Germantown Senior Center at (262) 253-7799.

...State champion
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said he became involved as a result of watching his father play the sport. I just liked watching him bowl, so he put me in a youth league and it went from there. I got more involved with it, more experience in the sport, Tschetter said. I just picked it up and liked it. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

The Washington County supervisors representing Germantown recently presented a plaque to Germantown High School congratulating the boys basketball team on its second straight Division I title. Pictured are supervisors Mel Ewert and Peter Sorce, guard Jordan Kucyznski, Supervisor Dawn Eyre, forward Evan Wesenberg, boys basketball Coach Steve Showalter and supervisors Dennis Myers and Les Borman. Submitted photo.

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Washington County to hold Clean Sweep collection May 11


Washington County will hold its next Full Service Clean Sweep Saturday, May 11, 8 a.m. to noon, at the Washington County Highway Facility, 900 Lang St., West Bend. This is an opportunity for county residents to properly dispose or recycle unwanted hazardous chemicals, electronic goods, pharmaceutical medication and used tires. There will be drive-through collection stations for convenience. A $10 pre-registration fee is required for the hazardous waste and electronic goods; participation is limited to 250 vehicles per event. Pre-registration is not required for the drug collection. The used tire collection is also unlimited; however, a maximum of 20 tires will be accepted per participant, and per tire disposal fees apply. To pre-register, one can download a form from www.co.washington.wi.us/cleansweep; stop in at the Land and Water Conservation Division, 333 E. Washington St., West Bend to submit cash or check; or by calling (262) 335-4808. The following items will not be accepted: television sets, appliances, latex paint, oil, batteries, needles/sharps; radioactive items; smoke detectors; cylinders; and gas grill propane tanks. This is the fourth consecutive year this event has been coordinated by of the Planning and Parks Department, partnering with the health, sheriffs and highway departments.

NOTICE TO MENOMONEE FALLS WATER CUSTOMERS

FLUSHING OF WATER MAINS


The Menomonee Falls Water Utility will be cleaning and flushing water mains from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. beginning April 15th and continuing through May 17th. The flushing will remove most of the natural minerals that have settled in the mains such as iron, a harmless-reddish brown mineral that discolors the water. If you observe the Water Utility personnel working in your area, refrain from using water or use as little as possible for one-half to three-quarters of an hour to insure that the water has settled in the mains. This will also help prevent any iron from being drawn into your water piping system. If you do find that your water has become discolored, refrain from using it for an additional one-half to three-quarters of an hour. Then draw off the remaining discolored water through the COLD WATER FAUCET ONLY. Your cooperation during this flushing procedure will benefit all water customers. Menomonee Falls Water Utility 262-532-4800

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Concordia University events


Concordia University Wisconsin, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, will be offering the following fine arts events: Theater... QuiltersFriday, July 12 at 8 p.m., Saturday, July 13 at 8 p.m., Sunday, July 14 at 3 p.m., Thursday, July 18 at 8 p.m., Friday, July 19 at 8 p.m., Saturday, July 20 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, July 21 at 3 p.m. at the Todd Wehr Auditorium on campus. Tickets are $15, students $5. Presented by Acacia Theater Company. For more information, call (414) 744-5995. Music... The Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra ConcertSunday, April 21 at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant Concordia Chorale and Chapel Ringers ConcertSunday, April 28 at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant The Alleluia Ringers Handbell ConcertSunday, May 5 at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant Milwaukee Handbell Ensemble Spring ConcertFriday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant Admission is $7 for adults, free for children 17 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the door. All seating is by general admission. For more information call (262) 243-4405. Art... The CUW Art Gallery is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, noon to 4 p.m.; Thursdays, 4 to 6 p.m.; and Saturdays, noon to 4 p.m. Enter at the Todd Wehr Auditorium entrance, second floor. For more information on current showings, contact (262) 243-4470.

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MWSC Womens Club to host brunch April 15


The Milwaukee West Suburban Christian Womens Club invites the public to a brunch set for Monday, April 15, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at Davians Banquet and Conference Center, 16300 Silver Spring Drive in Menomonee Falls. The featured guest will be Karen Peltier who has developed her own business making candy toffee. She will bring samples and explain how she started her business. The speakerCindy Bair from Ottawa, Ill.will speak on moving past sexual abuse with her presentation Flowers in the Attic. The cost is $15, tax and tip included. To make a reservation, call Lois at (262) 2513841 no later than April 8. Free child care will be provided if the club is notified at the time of the reservation.

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Medved wins seat on School Board


Brian Medved won the open seat 4 on the Germantown School Board April 2, defeating Jill North for the post. Medved received 2,726 votes (60.92 percent) while North received 1,739 votes (38.86 percent). Medved will succeed Diana Kline in the post. This is his first election for public office. It was a little surreal when I went in to vote for myself being my first go round, Medved said a day after the election. It feels good, I know there is a lot of work to do and a lot to learn, but I am looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and getting to work. Medved said the key to the election was getting his conservative message out to voters. I think this was accomplished through friends, family, getting out and talking to voters, as well as newspaper stories and flyers. I had many supporters and it was truly a team effort, I could not have done it without all the help, Medved said. Looking ahead, Medved noted the board has a lot on its plate right now. I will be lending a hand as much as possible and is allowed. I know there is a lot to do and more to learn. I have been doing my homework and will continue to work hard to get up to speed, he said. I have some training to attend, and I will be talking to everyone I can in the district from staff to parents getting the pulse on where we need to go as a community. I have many ideas of my own and will be working hand in hand with the other board members to keep moving the district forward to be the best it can be. Washington County lived up to its reputation as a strong Republican-leaning area. Rep. Don Pridemore received 15,540 votes (66.55 percent) in his bid to become state Superintendent of Public Instruction while incumbent Tony Evers received 7,773 votes (33.29 percent). Evers won the state as a whole with 59 percent of the vote. North cited the countys conservative position as a key to the election. Washington County is the most tax conservative county in the state of Wisconsin. Candidates aligning themselves with that platform win votes in Germantown, she said. Education spending is already capped through revenue caps, thus in reality a moot point. North added that she will continue to be involved with the schools and organizations that serve youth, but is undecided if she will run for the School Board in the future. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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The following computer classes will be offered at the Germantown Senior Center in May: Introduction to Microsoft ExcelTuesdays, May 7, 14, 21 and 28 (Option 1 is 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. and Option 2 is 7 to 8 p.m.) Introduction to Microsoft WordThursdays, May, 2, 9, 16 and 23, 10 to 11 a.m. Introduction to Digital PhotographyThursdays, May 2, 9, 16 and 23, 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Students should bring their own cameras to class. The cost for each of the classes is $30 for residents and $55 for school district residents and non-residents. Classes are limited so early sign-up is recommended. One can sign up at the Senior Center, online or by calling (262) 253-7799. The Senior Center is located at W162 N11960 Park Avenue.

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The following report was taken from records at the Germantown Police Department. Drug violations A 23-year-old man was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at 8:12 a.m. March 26 after police responded to a rescue call for the man at his residence in the W13000 block of Donges Bay Road. A 26-year-old woman was taken into custody for drug possession at 4:51 p.m. March 26 following a traffic stop at Appleton Avenue and Amy Belle Road. Operating while intoxicated A 26-year-old woman was arrested for operating while intoxicated at 1:13 a.m. March 31 following a traffic stop at North Highway 41 and Mequon Road. Retail theft A 24-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman were cited for shoplifting Blu-ray discs from Walmart, W190 N9855 Appleton Avenue, at 11:46 a.m. March 26. Theft A laptop computer was reported stolen from a resident of Virginia Highlands, W173 N10915 Bernies Way, March 25. A female subject reported that $340 was stolen from her purse while she was at Walmart March 30. Truancy A 17-year-old male student at Germantown High School was cited for truancy March 28. Vandalism Two garages in the N9000 block of Rivercrest Drive were egged during the overnight hours of March 30-31. Warrants A 48-year-old man was taken into custody on a felony warrant at 8:29 p.m. March 25 following a traffic stop at Sylvan Circle and Pilgrim Road. A 32-year-old male passenger was taken into custody on a nonfelony warrant. Both subjects were transported to the county jail. A 49-year-old man was taken into custody on a Germantown warrant at 5:23 p.m. March 27 at Pilgrim Plaza Laundry, W156 N11042 Pilgrim Rd. A 28-year-old man was taken into custody on two Germantown warrants at 9:03 a.m. March 30 in the W15000 block of Sylvan Circle.

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Germantown Chamber presents civic awards to notable business, community members


BY NIKKI ACKERMAN STAFF WRITER
The Germantown Chamber of Commerce announced the 2012 Community Awards winners at its annual dinner and meeting event held March 26 at Nardos Passport Inn in Germantown. The recipients are: Business of the YearHappy Hounds Doggie Daycare & Dog Training: In business for eight years, Happy Hounds was nominated for their participation in events through various organizations and charitable involvement in the community. They were the perfect fit for the award, said Germantown Chamber Executive Director Lynn Grgich. Whether a large or small business, Happy Hounds Doggie Daycare & Dog Training exemplifies the criteria that are looked at in choosing a winner for Business of the Year, she said. Citizen of the YearGermantown Police Chief Peter G. Hoell: Not just anyone can receive this prestigious honor, said Grgich. Qualifying to be Citizen of the Year isnt an award the recipients have aspired to, it comes out of simply seeing things that need to be done and stepping up to the task, she said, noting that Hoell has done exactly that, both in his role as police chief and as a community member. Not only is he a member of several local organizations, but the chief organized the Germantown Civic Group and donates his time to Mai Fest, Relay for Life and various Kiwanis events. In his unique position, he sees a lot that needs to be done, and even outside of those requirements he has stepped up to meet some of those needs, said Grgich. Lifetime Achievement Award winnerJohn Gehl: Gehl, who retired in November 2012 as President and CEO of Gehl Foods, Inc., was the third generation of this family-owned company that has been in Germantown since 1896. In the position since 1963, Gehl deserved this special honor, said Grgich. We did not want this occasion to pass without recognizing his contributions to both the business and the community, she said. The executive director expressed pride and gratitude for the honoreesthis year and in years pastthat have made the village a better place. Each year I am amazed and humbled by the accomplishments and dedication of the recipients, said Grgich. They are not motivated by glory, but by passion.

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Local salon owner lends services to cancer patients


BY NIKKI ACKERMAN STAFF WRITER
A cancer survivor two times over, West Bend resident Barbara Justmanowner of BJ & Company, located at 446 S. Main Street in downtown West Benduses her personal story to be a mentor to others in need, but has a heart for people in general. I just like helping people, whether they be cancer patients or older people, or anyone, Justman said. Hairdressers are like bartenderswe listen to everyones problems. A graduate of the Adele Ballou Cosmetology and in the field for nearly 50 years, Justman is known as a trusted professional in cosmetology and wellness. While she has a special gift for making those going through cancer treatments feel beautiful, Justman offers her extensive services to everyone. BJ & Company offers the full line of beauty products and serviceshaircuts, coloring and styling; wigs, hair pieces and extensions; facials; body waxing; aromatherapy; body wraps; tanning; ear piercing; massages; manicures and pedicures and morehowever, the salons best asset is clearly its owner, who approaches every trial with a wry sense of humor. When diagnosed with colon cancer in 1998, she was running five minutes behind for an appointment with a client. I said, Sorry Im late, I just found out I have cancer, she recalled with a laugh. And when telling the story of how the beauty shop was gutted by a fire in 2009, Justman focuses on the positive, cheerfully explaining how a former employee offered the rental of part of her own building down the street until Justman could re-establish BJ & Company. The fire happened on Monday, we were open for business on Wednesday, said Justman. We didnt skip a beat. Aside from the business she has run since 1979, Justman also donates her aesthetic services to cancer patients, both as a trainer for theLook Good...Feel Better program for the past 22 years and, more recently, at the Small Stones Wellness Center located in the lobby of the Kraemer Cancer Center at Froedtert Health St. Josephs Hospital in West Bend. For Look Good, Feel Bettera free nationwide program for cancer patientsJustman trains other hairdressers in beauty options for women undergoing cancer treatment. We start out by putting makeup and wigs on the model and then everyone follows and does it on themselves, she said. It starts out serious, but pretty soon everyone is having a great time. Justman volunteers two afternoons each week at Small Stones, a new addition to the community that is slowly but surely attracting interest, she said. We can shave heads there, we have some wigs on display and can order wigs, we have make up, she said. People are starting to peek inside and see what were all about. The wellness center also offers books focusing on inspiration, self-help and nutrition, meditation CDs and unique jewelry and gift items. "It makes everything easier, more accessible (for individuals dealing with cancer), she said. This is something Justman can appreciate as nine years after her colon cancer diagnosis, in 2009, for which she underwent chemotherapy, Justman found out she had breast cancer and had to go through radiation. Justman said her difficult experiencesboth personally and with many family members who have faced cancergive her a unique perspective in helping others going through the same struggle. I think people feel more comfortable with me, she said. You live through it and its such a pain, but then you can help people and give them hope. Justmanwho has been married to husband Homer for 47 yearsstays busy and involved in many other ways as well. She is the past chairman and director of the Wisconsin Hair Fashion Committee; has served 30-plus years as an Ambassador for the West Bend Area Chamber of Commerce; and has been a West Bend Rotarian for more than 25 years. But more than anything else she identifies herself as a people person. I like being with people, she said. I feel like I am uplifting to the clients. Were always laughing about something. Appointments at BJ & Company are appreciated, but not necessary. The salon is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to around 6 p.m. most days with shorter hours on Wednesdays and Saturdays. One can contact the salon by calling (262) 3380033. To reach Small Stones Wellness Center, call (262) 836-7272.

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Fifth grader leads school in raising $800 for hurricane victims


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Amy Belle fifth grader Tess Miller is no stranger to personal challenges, so when she saw others in need of a helping hand, she was eager to offer one. The 11-year-old Germantown residentwho underwent several heart surgeries as a toddlerwas spurred into action when she saw the devastation of Hurricane Sandy last fall. I saw on the news how bad it was and how much damage was done, and I felt really bad for all the people there, she said. Because she had been the recipient of so much kindness following her early health issues, Tess decided she would pay it forward and start a fundraiser for the American Red Cross efforts for Sandy victims. When I was little, the Make-A-Wish Foundation made me really happy by giving me a Winne the Pooh bedroom (makeover) and I wanted to do something like that for others, she explained. After discussing a game plan with her parents, Mike and Tracy, Tess created a PowerPoint presentation to get her class involved in her idea for an all-school coin drive. Tess said she got the inspiration from her older sister, Lauren, who had organized a coin drive for the victims of an earlier hurricane. Tess teacher, Liz Diedrich, and Amy Belle Principal Maria Kucharski both really liked the idea, Tess said, so she set the plan in motion. With the drive underway, the entire schoolfor several weeks from November into Decembercollected change in milk jugs in their classrooms, and Tess took careful measure to include all of her classmates. They were excited to do it, she said of her peers. They were really happy for me that I was able to start (the drive). Indeed, classmate Logan Kotke said he had a lot of fun collecting coins with Tess. Each Monday morning throughout the drive, Tess and classmate Hans Stelpflug rallied the school with the total to date, as one of Tess main goals was making the collection a true team effort. I wanted it to be non-competitive, she said. I wanted everyone to work together and help because they wanted to, not just to earn a prize or extra recess. Diedrich said Tess approach of incorporating the whole school community in an act of kindness is typical of the fifth grader. Our entire school is proud of Tess, she said. As an educator, it is always rewarding when, in addition to meeting educational goals, I see a student exhibit a willingness to be of service to others. This is a life goal that will serve Tess well. When all was said and done, a total of $845.36 was raised, and the accomplishment was announced at an all-school assembly as a life-sized check was presented to local Red Cross representatives. Its present and future community members like yourself that makes our organization and the work we do so successful, Mallory Markham of the Red Cross wrote in a thank you card to Tess. The girl also received accolades from Sen. Alberta Darling who stated, It is inspiring to see such generosity and kindness from

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the members of the community. Tess mother said her daughters most recent actions were noble, but not all that surprising. Tess has gone through more in her life than the average 11-year-old, but instead of complaining that life isnt fair, she continuously focuses on the positive and finds ways to make a difference in the lives of others, Tracy Miller said. Tesswho also organizes teams for the Make-A-Wish Foundations annual run/walk, regularly participates in the Briggs & Als Run and Walk for Childrens Hospital and serves in her schools K-Kids student leadership programplans to continue using her servants heart to benefit more people in the future. It makes me feel good that we helped (the Sandy victims) out, she said. Its really fun to help people.

Students honored for academic, athletic success


Germantown High School honored students who qualified for state or national competition in academic and athletic activities during a March 14 program. The boys basketball team, which won its second WIAA Division I title the previous weekend, was honored toward the end of the program. The following is a list of activities and students who also qualified for state competition: PTA Reflections program: Spencer Brown, Carolyn Siegman, Holly Wanek, Drake West, Jennifer Plank, Linden Pohland, Yvonne Cohen, Liliana Kluth, Kayla Beck Gold Key-Art: Paige Lemley, Jessie Dean, Haley Dieter, Alena Matszczak, Silver Key-Art: Mollie Gauger, Taylor Hamm, Erin Lakich, Amanda Witzlib. Honorable Mention-Art: Lauren Schleicher Dramatic Impact: Rachel Proite, Riley Hohl, Sarah Lambert, Dmitri Tsioutsiopoulos, Melissa Harvancik, Jenny Plank, Holly Meyer, Tommy Paschke, Charlie Ishihara, Abby Werner, Brandon Medved, Matt Brozowski. National History Day: Tyler Giddings, David Nilles, Jordan Pagel, Devanshi Patel, Angela Wolter. DECA: Grace Deubler, Ellie Strehlow, Jordan Gunnelson, Nick Dunlap, Sam Cleveland, Linden Pohland, Jason Leurquin, John Kohlbeck, Steven Thom, Mike Weber, Joey Szopinski, Collin Hahn Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA): Nick Kleczewski, Lauren Hahn, Ryan Rude, Cory Wade, Phillip Johnson, Nick Sielicki, Linden Pohland, Kelli Paluch, Zack Winkler, Jordan Gunnelson, Nick Dunlap, Ellie Strehlow, Omer Arain, Zach Artz, Courtney Bachtell, Anirudh Barath, Matt Bartos, Alex Dover, Mitchell Fox, Reed Gilbert, Seth Gunnelson, Collin Hahn, Natalie Heidenreick, Kayla Horn, Scott Johnson, Matt Klowak, Justin Luo, Nate Mach, Sam Marchewka, Bryan McMichael, Jacob Riesch, Jordan Roper, Andy Rosen, Rachel Scaduto, Brady Sheridan, Ian Simmons, Joey Sykora, Joey Szopinski, Everett Wood, Mike Weber. Destination Imagination: Omer Arain, Mikaela Becker, Spencer Brown, Marie Burnham, Alexander Dover, Kayla Hietpas, Bethan Judkins, Kristen Lemke, Morgan Lilly, Brian Malzewski, Samuel Marchewka, Laura Nilles, Tessa North, Claire Rapant, Cassandra Schickert, Andrew Whalen, Audrey Burham, Kelly Bykowski, Matthew Cull, Jordan Fredricks, Petra Rack, Rachel Siebenaller, Drake West, Elizabeth Brown, Natalie Heidenreich, Trevor Kellom, Diane Xue, Elizabeth Zimmer. Girls swimming: Sam Siebenaller, Khia Kurtenbach, Haley DeGrace, Rachel Sibenaller, Abby Schabel, Skye Beckes. Boys volleyball: Alex Vance: Max Keefe, Cullen Liberski, Alex Shebasta, Ben Walter, Troy Thompsen, Jake Showalter, Luke Deubler, Jacob Reynolds, Brian Studer, Brett Dzik, Murphy Stangler, Luke Fischer Thomas Schoor, Jon Averkamp. Bowling: Felicia Kons, Patrick Arne, Austyn Reisweber, Tyler Tschetter, Patrick Arne, Andrew Reinsvold, Nic Stadelmann, Conrad Schalk. Bowlingstate champion: Tyler Tschetter Girls track (state qualifiers spring 2012): Jayne Bertieri, Sammie Gassner, Bethany Laubenheimer, Sydney Langmann, Jennifer Ellis, Katelyn Turner, Boys track (state qualifier spring 2012): Bobby Stemm. Boys golf (state qualifier spring 2012): Jakob Garstecki. Softball (state qualifier spring 2012): Marisa Moser, Addy Green, Erika Berry, Amanda Witzlib, Alexa Bechler, Felicia Kons, Jessica Cemke, Becky Soderberg, Kimmy Soderberg, Brianna Ubert, Megan Cantwell. Baseball (state qualifier summer 2012): Ryan Anderson, Jordan Kuczynski, Bryan McMichael, Blake Fleischman, Joey Szopinski, Sam Midlikowski, Tyler Stowell, Scott Johnson, Sam Essaman. Dance team: Grace Deubler, Ashley Gillitzer, Taylor Stoming, Ellie Strehlow, Erika Bassler, Abby Carrick, Erin Egstad, Molley Kiernan, Maggie Sturm, Kayla Heron, Kayla Horn, Miranda Obradovich, Brittany Diaz, Taylor Hamm, Jenny Litzay, Jenn Nevinski, Haley Reynolds, Karlee Saladin, Kalley Snyder. Gymnastics: Lizzy Gilbert. Boys swimming: Sam Piette. Wrestling: Steven Asmondy, Hunter Higginbotham.

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Germantown HS grad receives Academic All-America honor


Ben Averkamp (Germantown, Wis./Germantown), a senior forward on the Loyola University (Chicago) mens basketball team, has been named Capital One Second Team Academic All-America earlier this year. Averkamp is just the eighth Loyola individual, and the first-ever member of the mens basketball program, to garner Capital One Academic All-America accolades. Averkamp was joined on the Capital One Academic All-America Second Team by Matthew Dellavedova (Gonzaga), Nathan Healy (Appalachian State), Peyton Siva (Louisville), and Andrew Smith (Butler). Aaron Craft (Ohio State), Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga), Mason Plumlee (Duke), Matthew Sullivan (Brown), and Cody Zeller (Indiana) comprised the first team. As a junior in 2011-12, Averkamp collected Second Team All-Horizon League honors to become the first Loyola player since 2007 to be a first or second team allconference pick after putting up 15.4 points per game and 7.1 rebounds per game, both career-best averages. The biology major is a two-time Capital One First Team Academic All-District V selection (2012, 2013), and also has been named to the Horizon League Mens Basketball All-Academic Team (2011, 2012), I-AAA Mens Basketball ScholarAthlete Team (2012), National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court (2012), National Jesuit Mens Basketball AllAcademic Team (2012), and Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (2010, 2011, 2012). During his career, the 6-foot-8 forward has been a four-time Horizon League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Month honoree and in addition to being a member of Loyolas Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), he is also the president of the Horizon League chapter of SAAC.

Campus notes: Local athletes playing on college teams


Local college sports teams and high profile programs nationwide have players on their rosters who are familiar to area residents. The following is a partial list of players with local ties on college athletic teams for the winter and spring seasons. Information was gathered from Web sites from colleges and universities. Lisa Wishmann, a 2010 graduate of Germantown High School, is listed on the roster for the Concordia University Wisconsin women's track team. Caleb Heinritz, a homeschool student from Sussex, played for the Wisconsin Lutheran College men's basketball team. Rachel Hoft, a 2010 graduate of Germantown High School, played for the Wisconsin Lutheran College women's basketball team. Melissa Klemm, a 2010 graduate of Germantown,played for the Wisconsin Lutheran College women's basketball team. Marianne Loescher, a Jackson resident who graduated from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School in 2012,played for the Wisconsin Lutheran College women's basketball team. Nick Biancuzzo, a Menomonee Falls resident who graduated from Milwaukee Lutheran High School in 2010, is on the Wisconsin Lutheran College men's track team roster. He placed third in the mile at the Karl Schlender Invitational Jan. 19. John Cording, a 2010 graduate of Menomonee Falls High School, was his junior season on the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) men's basketball team. Scott Loftus, a 2010 graduate of Germantown High School; and Nate Gray, a 2012 graduate of Hamilton HIgh School, are listed on Milwaukee School of Engineering men's track roster. Jenna Harvestine, a 2012 graduate of Hamilton HIgh School, is listed on the roster for the MSOE women's basketball team. Brittany Callan, a 2011 graduate of Menomonee Falls HIgh School, is listed on the roster for the MSOE women's track team. Ariane Olen, a 2011 graduate of Hamilton, was listed on the roster for the UW-Waukesha women's basketball team. On the team website, Olen stated her favorite basketball memory is "beating DSHA as a freshman." Tim Montag of Germantown is listed on the roster for the UW-Washington County men's basketball team. Montag is a guard on the team. Emily Rostagno, a graduate of Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School, is a guard on the UW-Washington County women's basketball team. Leah Stapelman, a graduate of Hamilton High School, is at Carroll University and was member of the women's golf and swimming teams this past fall and winter. The golf team has made it to the National Meet due to winning their conference meet, which is to played in May in Florida. Stapelman swam the 500 yard freestyle, 100 and 200 yard fly. She placed 16th at the conference meet in the 100 butterfly. Anyone with information about local athletes competing at the college level can submit that information the Express News by emailing Managing Editor Thomas J. McKillen at thomasj@discoverhometown.com

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