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    BYTHOMAS J. MCKILLEN

    MANAGING EDITOR

    Manufacturing is part of the future in America, and a five-year-old event seeks to get that message out to tomorrows work-force.

    The Manufacturing Career Expo, which will be held Oct. 9-10 at Davians Banquet Center in Menomonee Falls, will connectstudents from three school districts Menomonee Falls,Germantown and Hamilton with 23 manufacturers. Studentsfrom each school will attend the event at separate times. In addi-tion, the event is open to the public from 2-6 p.m. Oct. 9 and 2-

    4 p.m. Oct. 10.Todays manufacturing can be described as advancedmanufacturing requiring precision, robotics, computer program-ming, automation, innovation, lean, requiring learned skills tak-ing place in clean, safe environments. Careers in manufacturingprovide family sustaining incomes, the Germantown Chamberstated in a news release promoting the event.

    The Germantown chamber co-sponsors the event with theMenomonee Falls and Sussex chambers. More than 1,300 stu-dents have attended the event since it was first started.

    Lynn Grgich, Germantown chamber director, said the pro-gram was first started at the Menomonee Falls chamber with afocus group of manufacturers looking for a way to utilize cham-ber resource in securing future employees.

    Because Germantown and Sussex also have a large num-

    A future inmanufacturing

    Expo exposes students to different career

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    The second heat of the "Dachshund Dash" is held atHunsrucker Oktoberfest in Germantown Sept. 28. Photoby Thomas J. McKillen.Turn to page 6

    Stotts at Schauer:Storyteller and singerStuart Stotts will bringhis comedic personalityto the Schauer Arts &

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    Washington County will hold its next FullService Clean Sweep Saturday, Oct. 12, 8a.m. to noon, at the Washington County

    Highway Facility, 900 Lang St., West Bend.This is an opportunity for county residentsto properly dispose or recycle unwanted haz-ardous chemicals, electronic goods, pharma-ceutical medication and used tires. There willbe drive-through collection stations for con-venience.

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