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Volume 13, Issue 47 November 29, 2014

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Hartford/Slinger

West Bend/Jackson

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County residents
named to 4-H Hall
of Fame

NEWS
Jim Witter at Schauer
Center: The magic of the
season comes alive with
Jim Witters Christmas
Memories at the Schauer
Arts & Activities Center on
Friday, Dec. 5 at 2 and
7:30 p.m. Best known for
his tribute to the songs of
Billy Joel and Elton John,
The
Piano
Men
singer/pianist Witter and
his band return to the
Schauer Center to take a
nostalgic musical journey
to Christmases past. See
page 2.
Taste of Washington
County: The Boys & Girls
Club of Washington
Countys annual Taste of
Washington County event
will be held from 6 to 10
p.m. Dec. 4 at the
Washington County Fair
Park. The event features the
food and beverage of
numerous restaurants from
the area. Event also
includes wine and beer
tasting and live and silent
auctions. For more information or to purchase tickets,
call the Boys & Girls Club
at (2620 334-3732 or visit
www.wcbgc.org.

KML, Living Word girls basketball begin season. See page 9.

The Kettle Moraine Lutheran Wind Symphony and


Womens and Mens Choirs perform during a
Veterans Day program held at the school in Jackson
Nov. 6.For more stories about recent events in the
Jackson area, see pages 6-10. Photo by Thomas J.
McKillen.

The University of Wisconsin-Extension 4-H Youth


Development Program inducted 100 laureates into the
brand-new Wisconsin 4-H Hall of Fame on Nov. 15. The
Hall of Fame induction ceremony was the last statewide
event celebrating 100 years of 4-H in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin 4-H Hall of Fame was established to
recognize 4-H volunteers, financial supporters, staff and
pioneers who made major contributions to 4-H at the
local, state and national levels. The honorees represent 4H in the broadest sense, according to Wisconsin 4-H
Youth Development State Program Director Dale
Leidheiser.
Washington County 4-H is represented by Robert
Stodola, Agnes Wagner, Barb Yogerst, and Norb Yogerst
in the 4-H Hall of Fame.
Through Bob Stodolas 1951-1984 Washington
County career, there was a dramatic increase in 4-H
enrollment and volunteer leaders. Washington County
was one of the first in the nation to pioneer the 4-H
Exploring project. Bob introduced face-to-face county fair
judging. Member, project leader, general leader, and
agent are among his 4-H roles.
In 45 years of leadership, Agnes Wagner has served
as club organizational leader and the county cultural arts
and leather leader. Her abilities extend in working with
youth and adults to share leadership. The county leathercraft project has over 70 youth enrolled. She built the
leathercraft leadership team by involving older youth
and interested parents to assist in teaching.
Norb and Barb Yogerst have been 4-H leaders for
over 25 years at the club and county level. They are a

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Jim Witter returns to the Schauer Center


with Christmas Memories
Dear Dr. Winter, I have spaces between my teeth
and I have always been self-conscious about my smile.
I am a college student so I am financially limited. Is
there anything that you can do to help me with my
problem?
Dear John, it can often be intimidating to go to a
dentist when you dont know all of your options but we
would love to see you for a no charge consultation. If
your teeth are in a good position but you simply have
some spacing we may be able to use white fillings
called bonding to close your gaps. This may all be
done in one or two visits and can often last 5-7 years or
longer. Then when you are in a different economic
position we could replace the bonding with porcelain
veneers. These veneers are thin white porcelain pieces
that cover your tooth and can often change the shape
and color of your teeth resulting in a much prettier
smile.
If you have a jaw that is too large for the size teeth
you have, then perhaps crowns may be needed to try
and improve the overall height and width of your teeth.
Again transitional bonding can help determine what
the best solution is for your situation. If orthodontics
could solve your problem this also can be discussed. It
is always better to move teeth to close spaces then to
add materials that will eventually require replacement
assuming your tooth size is acceptable.
Dear Dr. Winter, could you tell me about the
difference between Snap-On Dentures and miniimplant dentures? I am limited financially but I cant
stand my dentures! They pop up during eating and
talking all the time and I need some way to stabilize
them. I read the testimonials on your website and
watched all the videos and I am convinced these
options will help me.
Dear Peter, regular sized implants are always
preferable to mini-implants. That is because there is a
greater surface area on larger implants and they hold
on to your bone better. Also traditional implants that
are 3.0 mm in diameter or larger can have the tops or
chimneys changed in order to UPGRADE to a fixed
bridge in the future. Mini-implants do not have an
upgrade path. That means that if you decide to invest
more time, effort and money in the future to have teeth

The magic of the season comes alive with


Jim Witters Christmas Memories at the
Schauer Arts & Activities Center on Friday,
Dec. 5 at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Best known for his
tribute to the songs of Billy Joel and Elton
John, The Piano Men singer/pianist Witter
and his band return to the Schauer Center to
take a nostalgic musical journey to
Christmases past.
In addition, there will be a pre-show performance from 6:15 to 7 p.m. featuring the
Slinger High School Jazz Band. Advance
reservations recommended in order to guarantee seating.

Drs. Richard and Bruce Winter


that stay in all the time, the mini-implants would
need to be removed and larger implants placed.
The article on Upgradeable Dentistry
explains this concept on the website:
www.hamptondentalassociates.com where you can
see that any implants will improve your situation!
The ability to use larger implants will allow us to use
larger attachments that have the ability to hold your
prosthesis even firmer then the mini-implants. Both
choices will be way better then using denture
adhesive! I invite you and our readership to come in
for a free consultation to see if Snap-On dentures or
Mini-Implant dentures are right for you! My goal as
a dentist is to help everyone to get rid of their
dentures and move back to fixed teeth. These two
choices are wonderful ways to begin that journey.
Sincerely,
Richard B. Winter D.D.S. M.A.G.D. D.I.C.O.I. D.A.B.O.I./I.D.
Master Academy of General Dentistry
Diplomate International Congress of
Oral Implantologists
Diplomate American Board of Oral
Implantologists/Implant Dentists
Dr. Bruce Winter
Board M.A.T.C.
Adjunct Professor Marquette University School
of Dentistry

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Tickets to see Jim Witters Christmas


Memories are $34 or $30 for adults and
$10 for students. Slinger residents receive a
special ticket price of $30 or $26 for the
evening performance; discount must be
requested at time of purchase, some restrictions apply. Tickets can be purchased at the
Schauer Center Box Office Monday through
Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and
Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 147 N.
Rural Street in Hartford, charge by phone at
(262) 670-0560, ext. 3 or online at
SchauerCenter.org.
Audiences are invited to bring along nonperishable food items for the Hartford Food
Pantry. Participating patrons will each receive
one coupon for $5 off tickets for a future
Schauer Center Presents performance.

Christmas in
Richfield Dec. 6
The 8th annual Christmas in Richfield will
be held Saturday, Dec. 6.
Events include:
Holiday Bazaar and Family Activities,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Friess Lake School,
located at the corner of Highway 164 and
Holy Hill Road. Bazaar will include arts and
crafts; silent auction; Santa and elf (10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.); childrens activities; chili, food
and beverages available for purchase.
Christmas at the Mill, noon to 3 p.m.,
at Richfield Historical Park, 4399 Pleasant
Hill Road. Attendees can tour the 1920s
Christmas Farm House and enjoy hot cider,
baked bread and cookies. There will also be
caroling and mandolin players from noon to
1 p.m.
The event is sponsored by the Richfield
Lions Club and Richfield Historical Society.

...Hall of Fame
From page 1
team who truly exemplify developing capacity in youth and adults. These 4-H alumni
embrace education and annually work with
over 500 youth, 150 volunteers, and professional 4-H staff statewide.
Since 1914, Wisconsin 4-H has helped
youth grow the leadership, critical thinking
and communications skills necessary to be
successful in a constantly changing world. To
learn more about the individuals who supported 100 years of growing Wisconsin
leaders, visit http://fyi.uwex.edu/wi4hhof/.

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WCFC U15 team wins Racine tourney

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For kids, decorate with their favorite color. Make tissuepaper flowers to place on your tree. All you need is tissue
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For a tree that will help you remember the good times, hang
mementos that you've collected throughout the year instead
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weddings or showers, or kids' arts and crafts projects. Hang
holiday greeting cards from family and friends on your tree.
To turn these trinkets into ornaments, glue or attach ornament
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On Saturday, Dec. 6 and Sunday Dec.
7, the Washington County Humane
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Road 6.
The event is a beautiful holiday celebration of lights and unique designs.
During that weekend, the training center
will be turned into a magical Christmas
wonderland complete with a refreshment
cafe, continuous holiday entertainment,
and gift boutique.
The Festival of Trees has become a
very popular community event with individuals and businesses sponsoring trees,
wreaths, swags and centerpieces, and

then decorating them according to a particular theme. Festival-goers delight in


strolling along the "snowy" paths, and
choosing their favorites for the People's
Choice awards. Attendees can also enjoy
refreshments from the caf, and visit the
beautiful holiday boutique filled with
crafts from artists throughout southeastern
Wisconsin.
Hours for the Festival are Dec. 6 from
10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Dec. 7 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost is $6 for adults, $4 for senior citizens
(60 and older) and children (ages 3-12).
All proceeds go towards the care and
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A pair of glasses were among the items for sale at the Its a Stitch Craft Fair held
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J. McKillen.

P E A C E
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Joy. Love. Peace.
Sharing and Caring.
It is one day when differences are put
aside. The spirit of the holiday inspires us
to spread cheer and goodwill. We recall
celebrations with family and friends from
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that this season brings. May memories of
this Christmas keep our hearts warm
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Over 75,000 lights
Decorated trees, wreaths, swags & centerpieces sponsored by area
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Refreshment Cafe serving holiday bakery, coffee, hot cocoa,
hot cider & juice
Continuous holiday entertainment by local musicians and schools
Christmas Shopping Boutique
Admission Prices: Adults $6 Children (3-12) $4
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Sunday, December 21

In anticipation of the new 4H year and in conjunction with National 4H week,


the Jackson Explorers 4H Clubs newly elected officers met at the Jackson Dairy
Queen earlier this fall to set goals and plan their year. Washington County 4H
prides itself in its youth leadership program. Members each contributed ideas
and determined their number one goal was to make their monthly meetings fun
and welcoming to new families. Also scheduled were plans to serve the Jackson
community better and to promote 4H. The Jackson Explorers 4H Club meets the
third Tuesday of each month at 7p.m. at the Jackson Town Hall.
Pictured are Josiah Greenhow (Treasurer), Jesse Greenhow (Ambassador),
Clayton Schwendimann (Ambassador), Rachel Krueger, Anikah Levanduski
(Ambassador), Kaylie Krueger(Secretary), Katie Molekintin (Historian) and Julia
Greenhow (Historian). Not are pictured Bryce Wentlandt (President), Ryan Mikul
(Vice President) and Hailee Levanduski (Ambassador). Submitted photo and
information.

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Kettle Moraine Lutherans Mikayla Voigt looks to pass the ball to an open teammate against Divine Savior Holy Angels Nov. 21. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

KML loses season opener to DSHA


BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR
A new season began with a new challenge for the Kettle Moraine Lutheran girls
basketball team.
The Chargers lost to Divine Savior Holy
Angels (DSHA) 52-48 in the Nov. 21 opener. The Dashers featured Arike
Ogunbowale, a highly recruited player
who earlier this fall accepted a basketball
scholarship to Notre Dame. Ogunbowale
scored 36 of the Dashers 52 points
"We took this game on knowing it
would be a great challenge for us, and it
was. I thought we learned a ton about our
team," Kettle Moraine Lutheran Coach
Jason Walz said. "We learned who is going
to fill in for the kids we lost (from) last year.
I think we got a glimpse of the type of team
we're going to be."

Last year the Chargers finished the season with a Division 3 championship. Walz
said that the team's focus is on the season
ahead.
"We didn't talk much about defending a
championship. That was last year, and it's a
new group of girls looking for a new set of
experiences, and it's a new schedule," he
said.
In the game, the Dashers started with a
early lead, as two free throws by
Ogunbowale gave DSHA an 11-4 lead
with 1:33 left in the first quarter. But the
Chargers answered with a scoring run of
their own, as a layup by Lindsey Soderback
tied the score at 13-13. Mikayla Voigt and
Sharla Boelke then converted layups and
the free throws afterward to give Kettle
Moraine Lutheran a 19-13 lead with 4:21

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hard as we could."

left in the second quarter. DSHA rallied and


both teams were tied a 23-23 at halftime.
The Chargers scored the first six points
of the third quarter and held the lead
throughout most of the second half. But a
three-point basket by Rachel Heinrich gave
the Dashers a 42-41 lead with 3:33 left in
the game. A layup by Alyssa Shipley tied
the score at 45-45 a few minutes later but
Taylor Drost of DSHA converted a three
point basket in response as the Dashers
held on the to lead for the rest of the game.
Mikayla Voigt led Kettle Moraine
Lutheran with 22 points.
The Chargers were to host West Bend
East Nov. 25 and then play Aquinas at the
Brookfield Central Thanksgiving Shootout
Nov. 28. Walz noted that Aquinas and
several other of the nonconference opponents on the schedule are ranked in preseason polls.
"The thing that I can see about this team
is they don't shy away from competing
against good teams," Walz said. "We got
beat tonight but we lined up an played as

Living Word Lutheran tops


University School
Living Word Lutheran beat University
School 30-12 Nov. 22 for their first win of
the season.
The Timberwolves had a 1-2 record
prior to a Nov. 25 game at Lake Country
Lutheran. The Timberwolves opened the
season with a 41-39 loss to Sheboygan
Area Lutheran and then lost to Wayland
Academy 46-45 on Nov. 21.
Boys seasons begins
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran boys basketball team will begin the season when
they host Campbellsport at 7:30 p.m. Dec.
2. The Chargers will finish that week hosting
Mayville at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5.
The Living Word Lutheran boys team
started the season with a scheduled Nov.
25 game against Sheboygan Area
Lutheran. The Timberwolves will then host
Saint Lawrence Seminary at 6 p.m. Dec. 8
before playing at Sheboygan Christian at
7:30 p.m. Dec. 8

Saturday, December 6th, 9am-12:00pm


at the Jackson Area Community Center
N165 W20330 Hickory Lane, Jackson - WI 53037
Get into the Holiday Spirit!! Join the
Jackson Jt. Parks and Recreation
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featuring kids gently used toys, books
and more. Support our youth as
they raise money for Holiday gifts
by purchasing some very nice
Holiday gifts of your own! A great way
to let your children shop for the
Holidays! Dont miss the
Direct Sales Expo so you
can get gift ideas and specials
from local vendors like: Miche,
Lia Sophia, Partylite, Mary
Kay, Guy & Eva Jewlery, 31
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and more!! This event is
HUGE, the shopping, raffle baskets, bake sale, cookies with
Santa, entertainment, food and Holiday Fun - cant be beat!
Food and Refreshments available.

Free Holiday Performances by the:

* Jackson Jt. Park & Rec. Youth Dance Recital


* Celtic Company - Irish Musicians and Dancers
* Boys & Girls Club Dance Team
* All of The Above Dance Company And More!
9:00 am - 11:00 am - Pictures with SANTA!

Call (262) 677-9665 for more information or check the website


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Sara Frinzi of Living Word Lutheran (right) is guarded by a Sheboygan Area


Lutheran player during the Timberwolves season opener Nov. 18. Photo by
Thomas J. McKillen.

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CHURCH LISTINGS
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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311
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Contemporary Services. Worship: Saturday
5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am. Staffed Nursery &
Sunday School provided at all services.

NEOSHO
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W2799 Lehman Rd, Neosho, WI 53059
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Worship Service 10:15am Nursery provided
Wed. 6:30pm Awana 3yr-6th grade;
Ignition Youth Group: 7th-12th grade

For more information on how to


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Deadline: 3pm Wednesday

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Worship Wed. & Sat. 6pm;
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Schauer Center offering holiday art classes


The Schauer Community School of the
Arts announces festive, holiday-themed
visual art classes for ages 7 to 18 and
their families in December. Youth visual
arts classes encourage individual expression and provide opportunities to work
directly with professional artists. Classes
will be held at the Schauer Arts &
Activities Center, 147 N. Rural Street in
downtown Hartford. Art supplies are
included and no experience is needed.
Classes include:
Family Holiday Clay Ornaments (all
ages)Tuesdays, Dec. 9 and 16, 5 to
6:30 p.m.: Students will work with family
and friends to create unique clay ornaments that can be used to decorate the
house for the holidays.

Creative Canvas (ages 1318)Monday, Dec. 18 from 5:30 to 7:30


p.m.: Spend a fun evening with a friend or
family member creating a one-of-a-kind
holiday masterpiece, all while enjoying
music in a relaxed setting and being guided step by step through the whole process.
To register for classes or request a
brochure, contact the Schauer Center by
phone at (262) 670-0560, ext. 4 or in
person, Monday through Friday from
11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at 147 N. Rural
Street in Hartford. For a complete list of
classes and descriptions, or to register
online visit SchauerCenter.org/CSA.
Tuition fees apply, but financial aid and
payment plans are available upon request
to those who qualify.

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Small Business
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November 29
Shop Small This Holiday Season.
Support small businesses and our local economy.

Drop off your toys at


any one of these locations

from Sat, Nov. 15th


thru Fri, Dec. 5th
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to
collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy
children within communities. They try to deliver the message of hope to needy
youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive,
patriotic citizens and community leaders. Toys for Tots helps needy
children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to
play an active role in the development of one of our
nation's most valuable natural resources - our
children; to unite all members of local
communities in a common cause for toy
collection and distribution campaign; and to
contribute to better communities in the future.

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Add some sparkle to your holiday decor


BY MELINDA MYERS
Liven up your holiday dcor with lights, a
bit of glitz and some colorful blossoms this season.
Start by gathering greenery from your
landscape. Use needled evergreens like pines
and firs, broadleaf evergreens like boxwood,
holly and evergreen magnolia as well as
junipers and arborvitaes to create wreaths,
swags, centerpieces and garland. And dont
forget to include cones, holly berries, crabapples and the bluish-colored fruit of junipers.
Be selective as you prune your trees and
shrubs when collecting these materials. Use
sharp bypass pruners that have two sharp
blades and will make a clean cut that closes
more quickly. Make your cuts above a
healthy bud, where the branches join another
branch, or back to the main trunk. Take only a
few branches from each tree or shrub to maintain the plants beauty.
Place freshly cut greens in a cool location
away from heaters, fireplaces and open
flames. Set them on colorful fabric or paper to
catch the sap and avoid damaging your
woodwork and furnishings.
Check your greenery for freshness every
few days. The needles, leaves and stems
should bend, but not break. Replace dried
greens with fresh materials.
Then brighten up the display with some
cool burning LED lights. Create a mantle display or centerpiece with the help of LED pillar
lights. Or add a string of LEDs to your garland.

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Look for something unusual like pinecone


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and charm to your display.
If you have artificial greens that could use
a facelift, add fresh berries, cones and seedpods for a more natural look. Increase the glitz
with the help of silver and gold metallic paint
or glitter. Paint milkweed, lotus and other pods
and then tuck them into the greens. Painting
allium seedheads white will add the appearance of flowery snowflakes in your indoor
arrangements and outdoor container gardens.
And dont forget the fresh flowers and
flowering plants. Poinsettias are a long-time
favorite, but you may want to change things
up with Amaryllis, spring flowering bulbs and
lily of the valley. Look for unusual varieties or
combinations to increase your enjoyment.
Combine large flowered amaryllis with small
flowering bulbs like star of Bethlehem. Or go
for a unique size shape or flower color like
that of the Honeybee Amaryllis with its beautiful yellow flowers that are sure to brighten your
days.
Add a few flowers to your greenery and
houseplants for some instant color. Stick your
greenery and flowers in dampened floral
foam to create a long-lasting holiday centerpiece. Or place cut flowers in floral picks and
set them in dish gardens and houseplants to
brighten things up. Then swap out the flowers
as they fade.
And consider making a few extra planters
or centerpieces to give as holiday and hostess
gifts this year.
Now is the time to put on your gardening
shoes, grab the pruners and get started decorating for the holiday season ahead.
Gardening expert, TV/radio host, author
& columnist Melinda Myers has a masters
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gardening books, including Cant Miss Small
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Gardeners Handbook. She hosts The Great
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1000-1999 Notices
1005 Legal Notices
CellCo Partnership and its
controlled affiliates doing
business
as
Verizon
Wireless (Verizon Wireless)
proposes to collocate a
telecommunications antenna
at the height of 110 feet on
an existing 167 foot
monopole
telecommunications tower
located at W156N8436
Pilgrim Road, Menomonee
Falls, Waukesha County, WI
53051. Public comments
regarding potential effects
that this construction may
have on historic properties
may be submitted within 30
days from the date of this
publication
to:
Jill
Kotwasinski, Trileaf Corp.,
1821 Walden Office Square,
Suite 510, Schaumburg, IL
60173,
j.kotwasinski@trileaf.com,
630-227-0202.
The
Express
News
recommends that care be
taken in answering ads that
sound too good to be true.
The Express News assumes
no responsibility. Answer at
your own risk.
WISCONSIN STORAGE
7330 W Good Hope Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53223 will
hold a public sale Saturday,
December 6th, 2014 at
9:00am. Bidding is on the
complete contents of unit.
Units included in sale are:
Unit owned by Kenneth
Batemon of Milwaukee, WI
contents: chainsaw, power
tools, hand tools. Unit owned
by Christine & Paul Tackes of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
Oldsmobile
Regency
3x69r9m278124. Unit owned
by Regina Long of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
clothes. Unit owned by
Kathleen
Simon
of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
furniture, household items.
Unit owned by Dante
Johnson of Milwaukee, WI
contents:
Oldsmobile
Cutlass 1z37h9b523312.
Unit owned by Reginald
Newman of Milwaukee, WI
contents:
furniture,
household items. Unit owned
by Nadine Duke of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
furniture, household items.
Unit owned by Terry and
Crystal
McKee
of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
clothes, household items,
bins. Unit owned by Kathleen
King of Milwaukee, WI
contents: clothes, plastic
bins, household items. 2
units owned by Isaac &
Cassandra Hamilton of
Milwaukee, WI contents:
furniture, household items.

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PUBLISHERS NOTICE:
All real estate advertised in
this newspaper is subject to
Federal Fair Housing Act of
1968 which makes it illegal
to advertise any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on sex, race, color,
religion, national origin,
marital status, lawful source
of income, age handicap,
sex orientation, ancestries,
or familiar status, or an
intention to make any such
preference limitation or
discrimination.
This
newspaper
will
not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal
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OFFICE/
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development and offer cross-training opportunities.
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person at:

7261 Hwy. 60 West, Hartford, WI 53027


262-709-4444 Email: hr@helgesen.com
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DRIVERS
Gundrum Trucking, Slinger, WI
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PH: 262-338-8197 FAX: 262-338-2767

is hiring for the following


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Tool & Die Apprentice


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Building Maintenance
Supervisor
Some Experience Necessary
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APPLY IN PERSON OR SEND RESUME TO:
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2605 E. Progress Dr West Bend, WI 53095
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www.grubertool.com

We Require:
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(verifiable) and a Clean Class A CDL

Benefits available for full-time


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PART TIME LOCAL DRIVERS
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For more information call 262-644-6301
or email Karen at:
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for an application

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Must have Class A/CDL & be at least


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Also hiring Owner/Operators

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Resumes due by 12-10-14

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Call: 920-894-3946

112 S. 5th Ave. West Bend, WI 53095

We are seeking a career minded, experienced Electro-Mechanical


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equivalent experience desired. All candidates must be willing to work
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individuals should apply. QUARTERLY BONUS INCLUDED.
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PROFESSIONAL/
TECHNICAL

ON CALL POSITIONS
On-call (casual) positions available on
PMs and NOCs to work in our
residential care apartment complex.
We are looking for mature, reliable,
caring individuals who will be
responsible for helping to provide
personal care for our residents.
Certified Nursing Assistant and/or
Resident Assistant experience with
medication administration certification
and ability to work independently
required.
Apply in person only (no phone calls)
Mon.- Sat. 8:30am-4:30pm at

HEALTHCARE SERVICES

The Gardens of Hartford


112 Peace Lutheran Pkwy. Hartford, WI EOE

Busy Retail Optical Office needs a friendly


and reliable Optician. Experience in the
Optical Field is preferred, but we will train
the right individual. Vision Mart offers
health, dental, vacation, 401(k) and a profit
sharing program with full time employment.
We have limited evenings and Saturday
hours and offer competitive salary as well as
an incentive program for you to earn more.
If you feel you can meet and/or exceed our
expectations, please call
Kathy at 414-462-1300 or
1-800-242-0470.
Equal Opportunity Employer

Visit our JOB FAIR at the


Washington County Workforce
Development Center
2200 Green Tree Road
West Bend, WI 53090
Wednesday, Dec. 3rd
from 9:00am to 4:30pm
StaffWorks will be conducting on-the-spot
interviews for the following temp-to-hire
positions located in Lomira:
Finishing Technicians
Press Technicians
Distribution Technicians
(Forklift Operators)
Candidates must be able to work rotating
12-hr shifts, be able to repeatedly lift up to
50 lbs. on a continuous basis, and be able
to stand for the full duration of the 12hour shift.
Starting pay is $10.00/hr for the daytime
shift and $10.50/hr for the night shift.
Successful
candidates
have
an
opportunity to be hired into positions that
pay $11.50 or more during their first year!
If you are unable to attend the job fair, but
would like to submit your resume, please
forward them to julieg@employs.com

Providing supports that build bridges


between individuals and their communities

DOES WORKING EVERY OTHER


WEEKEND SOUND GREAT TO
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& 3rd shifts. All positions include
every other weekend. You must be at
least 18 yrs old & have a licensed /
insured / reliable vehicle. Please call
262-338-4941 ext 33 & leave a
message.

LASATA CARE CENTER


in Cedarburg has the following openings:

CNAs
Full/Part-time PMs & Part-time Nocs
Seeking full/part-time CNA's for pms and parttime noc shifts. Provide residents with routine
daily nursing care in accordance with nursing
procedures. Directed by the RN/LPN on duty.
Wages range from $12.38 (benefit) to $14.65
(non-benefit). PM, NOC and weekend
differentials available for benefited employees.
Long term care experience and solid work
history strongly preferred. Must be certified to
work in a skilled nursing home.

DIETARY
AIDES
Part-time AMs
Duties include assisting the cook in preparation
and serving of meals, cleaning of the kitchen and
dining room and stocking of supplies. 6:00 am 2:30 pm (24 hours per week) 2-3 days per week.
Must possess leadership ability and willingness to
work harmoniously with others. Experience in
healthcare setting preferred. Wage starts at
$11.11.

RNs/LPNs
Part-time all shifts
Provides nursing duties essential to meet the
total care needs of the residents, makes daily
resident visits to assess and evaluate medical,
physical and emotional status, administers and
records all meds and treatments as prescribed,
review orders for accuracy and adherence to
policies. Develops, reviews and adjusts care plans
based on resident needs. Job requirements
include current licensure as a nurse in the state
of Wisconsin. Long term care experience
preferred.
Lasata, is owned and operated by
Ozaukee County, offers excellent
wages, benefits, weekend and shift
differentials. Every other weekend and
holiday required for all positions.
Please apply online at
www.lasatacampus.com,
visit us in person or fax
Ozaukee County application
to 262-377-4202.
akohal@co.ozaukee.wi.us

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