Germantown Express News 033013

of 32

  • date post

    03-Apr-2018
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    216
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of Germantown Express News 033013

  • 7/29/2019 Germantown Express News 033013

    1/32

    2010Shaw

    3485 Hwy 60Jackson, WI 53037262-677-2404

    Your Carpet Supermarket Since 1948MON -

    SAT 10-4www.taylormadeflooring.com

    50%OFF!50%OFF!

    Germ

    antown

    Volume 22, Issue 13 March 30, 20(262) 238-6397 www.discoverhometown.com

    Prep sports results. See page 11.Your first source for local news, sports, and advertising

    Your Next PaYour Next Pa

    PARTY ROOMSFOR GROUPS F

    CALL 414-

    Main St. Ge

    $25$25BOOK YOUR HOLID

    OUT ON THE TO......................

    TAX TIME......................

    SENIOR HEALTH......................

    SPRING AUTO......................

    KARLS MARK......................

    CLASSIFIEDS....................

    EMPLOYMENT....................

    NEWS

    Roggensack inG e r m a n t o w n :Wisconsin Supreme

    ourt Justice Patoggensack speaks to

    upporters during a cam-aign stop inGermantown March 23.

    ee story on page 5.hoto by Thomas J.

    McKillen.

    magination Theaterbegins sixth season:he Imagination Theatre of

    Germantown will open itsxth season by presentingBarefoot in the Park by

    Neil Simon. The play willun weekends April 12-14nd April 19-21 at theutheran Church of theving Christ,

    W156N10660 Pilgrimd., Germantown. See

    age 12.

    Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ExpressNewsHome Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/HometownExpressNews

    Two challengers are seeking theopen Seat 4 on the Germantown SchoolBoard in the April 2 election.

    Brian Medved and Jill North are thecandidates for the open seat. Both can-didates recently answered questions sub-mitted by the Express News.

    Personal information: Medved hasbeen a district resident for 20 years. Hehas an undergraduate degree from UW-Whitewater and is the owner/operatorof WI Home Solutions LLC. He has fourboys attending school in the district. Hehas served as a Cub Scout leader andas an assistant scoutmaster for BoyScouts. He has been chairman of theScout Fundraising Council and has

    served on the Boy Scout Council board.He has helped with Little League andwas a soccer coach.

    The quality of Germantown schoolswas a high priority in the decision tomove into Germantown, even though atthat time I did not have any children, hesaid.

    North has been a district resident for29 years. She graduated from MountMary College with a undergraduatedegree in occupational therapy. She ismarried and has three daughters, two ofwhom graduated from the district whilethe youngest daughter is a senior at thehigh school. She has been a Girl Scoutleader for 11 years and spent the past17 years as a Day Camp volunteer. Shehas also served in several positions on

    the Parent Teacher Associations at AmyBelle Elementary, Kennedy MiddleSchool and Germantown High Schoolas well as on the district Long Range PlanCommittee and Building Committee.

    Neither North or Medved have pre-viously held any elected positions.

    What made you decide to runfor the school board?

    North said she is committed to pro-viding excellent public education for thestudents of Germantown School district. Ihave been involved in the schools andcommunity for the past 17 years; schooldistrict committee member, LeadershipGermantown participant, Girl Scouting,Destination Imagination coach, Junior

    Achievement volunteer, active in PTAs at

    all levels and have held leadership posi-tions.

    My experience and involvementgives me a perspective on what is hap-pening in our schools. I positively inter-act with all groups and am a creativeproblem solver, she added.

    Medved stated: I have been follow-ing the school board activities for manyyears. As a taxpayer, homeowner, andrental property owner, I understand theimportance of spending taxpayer moneyresponsibly. There needs to be a bal-ance between spending money wiselywhile maintaining an exceptional level ofacademics for our students. Having a

    Two challengers seek open School Board seat

    Turn to page 12

    Brian Medved Jill North

  • 7/29/2019 Germantown Express News 033013

    2/32

    Dr. Russell Hauser | Dr. Jesse BDr. Benjamin Luczak | Dr. Glendon

    N79 W14700 Appleton Ave.Menomonee Falls, WI

    (262) 253-0200Been serving Menomonee Falls since 1991.

    Come see whats new at Falls Chiropractic Group,

    just read what our patients are saying about us:

    I have never seen a clinic this warm and friendly - Kathy, Menomonee Falls

    This feels like a spa, not a clinic - Dan, Sussex

    This is so new and modern, its like chiropractic stepped into the 21st century - Bill,Hartland

    As much as I liked the old clinic, this one exceeds my expectations - Kris, Hubertus

    The staff is always so friendly and helpful, we love coming here - Sandy & Pete

    The colors are so warm and soothing, this is wonderful - Jan, Slinger

    STAY IN TH

    GAME WIT

    FALLS

    CHIROPRAC

    STAY IN T

    GAME WIT

    FALLS

    CHIROPRAC

    New ServicesMassage Therapy Nutritional CounselinLaser Treatments Exercise Therapy

    New Services

    Chicken Parmesanwith Spaghetti

    Broiled Pork Chop

    Chicken Fajitas

    Meatloaf

    1/2 Broasted

    or Baked Chi Grilled Liver

    & Onions

    age 2 Visit discoverhometown.com for daily updates on Local News Ma

    Neus Building Center, Inc. (Neus Hardware Gallery),nnounced the recent acquisition of Aetna Corp. Builders Hardwarevision. Combining the strengths of Aetna and Neus with the goalexceed their customers expectations in offering the largest selec-

    on of Decorative Hardware and the best of products and service inutheast Wisconsin.

    Neus will continue to serve Aetna customers fulfilling all existingders. Other benefits include a larger product selection, increased

    inventory, and jobsite delivery. Neus looks forward to assistingAetna customers with their current and future hardware selections.

    Business will proceed at the current Aetna location on CapitolDrive (13745 W Capitol Drive) until May 25, 2013 at which pointNeus will serve customer from their two current locations inBrookfield (18900 W Bluemound Road in the Galleria WestShopping Center) and Menomonee Falls (N95W16975 RichfieldWay, HWY 41/45 & Q).

    Neus acquires Aetna Corp. Builders Hardware DivisionTax aides, sponsored by IRS/AARP w

    tax assistance at the Germantown Wednesdays, now-April 10, 9 a.m. to 3

    They will provide federal tax, state stead credit assistance. Participants shouldhave all the papers necessary to file. Apbe made by signing up at the senior c(262) 253-7799.

    AARP to offer free tax help

  • 7/29/2019 Germantown Express News 033013

    3/32

    March 30, 2013 Visit discoverhometown.com for daily updates on Local News

    A recent case of cat hoarding inWaukesha County has led HAWS, the

    umane Animal Welfare Society ofWaukesha County, to ask for the communi-

    s help, and for residents to take action toevent further occurrences of animal hoard-g.

    When is "many" considered too many?nimal hoarding, as defined in this circum-

    ance, is when an owner/caretaker hasore pets than they are able to care foroperly. HAWS Spay-Neuter Initiativeogram (SNIP) and Project Guardian bothfer free or low-cost surgeries to communitysidents, effectively decreasing cat over-opulation.

    HAWS stresses the need for communityvolvement to help eliminate future hoard-g cases. Notes Executive Director, Lynnlenik: "People often dont find out until thenimals start to suffer."

    Rather than allowing a situation toecome uncontrolled, HAWS and

    Waukesha social service representatives askny resident of the County, concerned thatmeone may have too many pets, to seek

    elp for that person. Reports can be made toAWS at 262-542-8851 or the Department

    Health and Human Services at 262-548-212 or 211.HAWS is caring for nearly 50 cats that

    ere surrendered by a single Waukeshaounty resident. Olenik says the shelter iseating all those we feel we can help. Mostthe cats were ill and suffering, and livingdeplorable conditions."Olenik stated as the cats are stabilized

    ey will be placed up for adoption. Untilat time, the shelter needs the communityssistance with donations of cat food, cat lit-r and towels. Residents are also asked toonate money towards medications for treat-g upper respiratory infections and foreworming, and to sponsor spay-neuter sur-eries for these cats all costly items forAWS to sustain. Donations may beopped at the Family Pet Clinic at N73

    W13583 Appleton Ave. Menomonee Falls,

    WI.HAWS, a non-profit organization estab-

    lished in 1965, assists over 6,000 animalseach year and welcomes more than 31,000human visitors to our shelter annually. As anopen admissions and full service shelter,HAWS assures sanctuary for animals inneed while offering educational programsand a myriad of services to promote respon-

    sible pet ownership and prevent animalabuse. The shelter is located at 701Northview Road in Waukesha, Wisconsin.For more information call (262) 542-8851or log onto our website atwww.hawspets.org. Friend us on Facebookat "HAWS Waukesha."

    HAWS seeks support inaddressing hoarding cases

    The 5th Annual Scenic Run & Walka 2ile Walk or 5 Mile Runwill be held on

    aturday, April 20 in downtown Hubertus.Races begin at St. Gabriel School, 3733

    ubertus Rd., Hubertus, at 9 a.m.There is a special family rate of $60.

    oceeds support the education programs of. Gabriel Parish.

    Free T-shirts and refreshments will be pro-ded. Results will be available one hourter the race or online.

    One can register at www.scenicrun-alk.org. For more information, one can

    ontact Bill Neureuther at (262) 623-4277.

    Scenic Run & Walkset