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  SAVE     S   u   s   s  e   x Volume 22, Issue 41 ã October 12, 2013 (262) 238-6397 ã Prep sports results. See page 15. Your first source for local news, sports, and advertising N64 W24576 Main St.Sussex ã 262-246-6808 Friday Fish Fry BUY ONE,GET ONE FREE Dine-in only.Valid before 7pm.Not validwith lunch special.Expires 11/1/13. FREE BUY ONE,GET ONE Friday Fish Fry H OMECOMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 K ARL ’ S M ARKET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 O UTONTHE T OWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-14 S ENIOR H EALTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 F ALL A UTO C ARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S ECTION B C LASSIFIEDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S ECTION B E MPLOYMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S ECTION B NEWS Follow us on Twitter: ã Like us on Facebook: Falls Muffler & Align N90 W17082 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-251-8088  American Imports N96 W14433 County Line Rd., Menomonee Falls . . . . . . . . . . . 262-255-4470 Richfield Service 1810 Wolf Rd., Richfield (1/2 mile north of 167) . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-628-1932 McCardle’s Car Care Center N48 W16642 Lisbon Rd., Menomonee Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-781-7710 Laubenheimer’s Garage 1860 Hwy. 175, Richfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-628-2235 M&D Auto Service Becker Dr. & Main St., Lannon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-253-6611 MiTechAutomotive 3356 County Line (Q), Colgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-628-8324 Sippl’s Auto Service N87 W17480 Main St., Menomonee Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-255-9040  Village Tire & Auto W172 N12185 Division Rd., Germantown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-251-5707  Weissman Automotive W140 N10455 Fond Du Lac Ave., Germantown . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262-251-1980 Why not see your neighborhood service center  4 for the Price of 3plus $25 Car Care Cash Card! Through October 31, 2013, at participating locations, receive 4 for the priceof 3 on qualifying NAPA Shocks & Struts or Rancho ride control products.Exclusively for NAPA AutoCare customers, you will also receive a $25 Car Care Cash Card redeemable for your next visit! Offer good through October 31, 2013 at participating locations. Templetonteacher selectedfor nationalaward Templeton MiddleSchool social studiesteacher Rhonda Wattonis the 2013 recipient ofthe Outstanding MiddleLevel Social StudiesTeacher of the Year fromthe National Council forthe Social Studies(NCSS)The annual NCSSOutstanding Teacher ofthe Year Awards recog-nize social studies teach-ers who show exception-al abilities in the class-room through effectiveinstructional strategiesand creative use ofinstructional materials. Turn to page 17  Cooper Dozzi collects metals items during a metals drive at Menomonee Falls High School Oct. 5 organized by theBand Bunch at Menomonee Falls High School. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen. B  Y  T HOMAS J. M C K ILLEN M ANAGING E DITOR At an event geared to tomorrow’s workforce, the presidentof a local manufacturing firm presented the case for blue col-lar careers .“As a country, you can see that manufacturing is going tobecome more important down the road,”ChristopherBarnard, president and chief executive officer of WackerNeuson Corporation, said during opening comments at theManufacturing and Career Expo at Davians in MenomoneeFalls Oct. 9. The company is a leading manufacturing of lightconstruction equipment and compacting machines. It’sAmerican headquarters are located in Menomonee Falls.The Manufacturing and Career Expo —which is organ-ized by the Menomonee Falls, Germantown and Sussexchambers of commerce — featured booths from more than 20area manufacturing firms. Students from the MenomoneeFalls, Germantown and Hamilton school districts attended dur-ing sessions on Oct. 10. There was also time set aside for thepublic at large to attend the event.During his opening comments, Barnard said that every $1in manufacturing produces a multiplier of $1.35. Also accord-ing to data cited by Barnard:ãIf manufacturing in the United States was a country, itwould be the 10th largest country in the world. The manufac-turing sector in the United States is slightly smaller than Russia Turn to page 17  A focus inmanufacturing Wacker Neuson CEO: Developingfuture workforce vital for industry   Page 2 Visit for daily updates on Local News October 12, 2013  Be a part of Family Matters Magazine,a monthly magazine that targets area families. For more information contact: 262-512-5060 Great Advertising Opportunity!! October 12, 2013 Visit for daily updates on Local News Page 3  Page 4 Visit for daily updates on Local News October 12, 2013   The Pauline Haass Public Library servesthe communities of Lisbon and Sussex andwelcomes the opportunity to serve childrenwith disabilities. If you or your child requiresa program to be in an accessible format,please call Youth Services at least 72 hours inadvance so that arrangements can be made.For more information, call 262-246-5180 or stop in at the Pauline Haass Public Library,N64 W23820 Main St. in Sussex, or checkthe library’s web site at A DULT P ROGRAMSAND N EWS On Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7:00 p.m. theFriends of the Library are sponsoring BlackFriday Boot Camp . Join speaker DanelleGray to learn how to think outside the boxwhile shopping on Black Friday, and scoregreat deals that will benefit you all year.Movie Matinee will be Tuesday, October22, at 1 p.m. in the Quad/Graphics Room.The movie for October is Much AdoAbout Nothing starring Amy Acker andAlexis Denis of. William Shakespeare'sbeloved battle-of-the-sexes comedy gets acontemporary makeover in this feature adap-tation. The movie is rated PG-13 with a runtime of 107 minutes.This program is free, and no registration isrequired. C HILDREN ’ SPROGRAMS All activities are free; some require regis-tration or tickets. For more information, or call the library at(262) 246-5182 Family Storytime: Tuesdays andFridays, September 3-November 22  Join us for a half-hour of stories, songsand early literacy fun. No registration. Justdrop in!Tuesdays, 9:45 am with Kathy LuckTuesdays, 10:30 am with Kathy Luck(repeated)Fridays, 10 am with Diana Peters Playgroup: Tuesdays and Fridays,September 3-November 22  Join families from throughout the commu-nity for a morning of play at the library. Thelibrary’s informal playgroup meets Tuesdayand Friday mornings after Family Storytime.No registration. Just drop in. 2nd and 3rd Grade BookDiscussion: once a month onThursdays, 4:30-5:15 p.m.  Join us as we talk about the month’s bookselection and enjoy a fun activity and snack.When you participate in the book discussion,a copy of the book is yours to keep. Booksgenerously provided by the Friends of thePauline Haass Library. Registration required;register and pick up your free book in personat the Youth Services Desk (see dates below).November 21: Ape Escapes! by AlineAlexander NewmanRegistration begins November 4. 4th, 5th and 6th Grade BookDiscussion: once a month onThursdays, 4:30-5:15 p.m.  Join us as we talk about the month’s bookselection and enjoy a fun activity and snack.When you participate in the book discussion,a copy of the book is yours to keep. Booksgenerously provided by the Friends of thePauline Haass Library. Registration required;register and pick up your free book in personat the Youth Services Desk (see dates below).November 21: Dead End in Norvelt by Jack GantosRegistration begins November 4. Knitting Club: Tuesdays,September 3-December 17, 4-5 p.m.  Join knitters of all ages and skill levels atthe library’s weekly Knitting Club. Share tipsand project ideas as you work on your latestproject. All ages. No registration. Just dropin! No Knitting Club November 26. LEGO Club: first and third Wednesdaysof each month, September 4-December 18,6:30-7:30 p.m. Join other LEGO-loving kids twice amonth to create and build with LEGO bricks.Ages 4 and up. No registration, but space islimited.November 6 and 20December 4 and 18 School’s Out Early Movie Matinee:Friday, November 8, 2 p.m. Looking for something to do when youdon’t have school? Join us for a specialschool’s out movie matinee at the library. Themovie is Monsters University. No registra-tion, but space is limited. T EENPROGRAMS 7th, 8th and 9th Grade BookDiscussion: Tuesday, November 19,6:30-7:15 p.m.  Join other teens to talk about the month’sbook selection. When you participate in thebook discussion, a copy of the book is yoursto keep. Books generously provided by theFriends of the Pauline Haass Library.Registration required; register and pick upyour free book in person at the YouthServices Desk (see dates below).November 19: A Monster Calls byPatrick NessRegistration begins November 4.   PAULINE HAASS PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS Hamilton High SchoolHomecoming Court    Members of the Hamilton High School Homecoming Court are (five boys staggeredin the back) Bret Harvestine, Nick Creech, Evan Laskowski, Nathaniel Lemen, AlexBartolini, Andrew Witlacil, (middle row of girls)Molly Matthiesen, Kendra Krueger,Caroline Leonardi, (front row of girls) Ashlyn Adams, Kelsey Croft, Therese Merkel,Whitney Wnuk. Not pictured are Claire Olejnik, Samantha Beckett and JamieSherman. Photo and information courtesy of Hamilton School District. Falls Patio Players Presents HONK!, Jr. HONK! Jr. is based on Hans ChristianAndersen's The Ugly Duckling and is the musi-cal story of Ugly, whose odd, gawky looksinstantly incite prejudice from his family andneighbors. Separated from his loving motherand pursued by a hungry Cat, Ugly must find hisway home. Along his rollicking and harrowingjourney he not only discovers his true beautyand glorious destiny, but also finds love andacceptance in all its forms. The show promotesthe message of tolerance with wonderful charmand humor. It is suitable for all ages!Performances are Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. andOctober 19th at 2 p.m. HONK! Jr. will be per-formed by children ages 8 thru 14 and takesplace at Menomonee Falls Middle SchoolAuditorium, N88 W16750, Garfield Drive.Tickets are $8 and are available online or call 262-255-8372. Falls’ Halloween Family Fun Night setfor Oct. 25 and 26 The Menomonee Falls Historical Society willhold its annual Halloween Family Fun NightFriday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26, 6 to 9p.m., at the Old Falls Village, located atHighway Q and Pilgrim Road, in MenomoneeFalls.The event will include trick-or-treating, chil-dren’s activities and games, tattoos, a puppetstory theater, a marshmallow roast, cookies andcider, and a special Halloween art show.The fee is $4 for adults and kids over theage of 3. Children 3 and older will receive apumpkin with admission. AGMF Unplugged Nov. 4-24 AGMF Unplugged The Art Guild ofMenomonee Falls will be presenting the variedworks of their local art group, at theOconomowoc Art Center, 641 E. Forest Street,Oconomowoc, WI. Nov. 4-24, 2013 - Viewinghours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday noon to4 p.m., Thursday noon to 6 p.m. and 90 minutesbefore and during all public performing artsevents.The variety of artwork exhibited will appealto nearly any taste. Mediums include traditionaloils, pastels, acrylics and water colors, as wellas enhanced color pencil, mixed-media, glassworks, metals, Asian Temari and photography.The Art Guild of Menomonee Falls is a notfor profit organization committed to the promo-tion of art through learning and increasingawareness of the visual arts in our community. United Way Unveils ResourceLibrary United Way in Waukesha County revealedits new virtual resource library to its volunteermember agencies on Tuesday, October 1,2013. The kickoff event was hosted in TreiborAuditorium at Waukesha Memorial Hospital. Itincluded lunch for attendees and an educa-tional session of how the new resources willbenefit local agencies, volunteers and theWaukesha County community.United Way in Waukesha County givesexclusive access to its resource library to assistits volunteer member agencies with manage-ment of their volunteers. The resource libraryprovides a variety of topics and accommo-dates the needs of all agencies. Membershipas a partner agency provides many benefitssuch as support and consultation, trainingopportunities, assistance with marketing, net-working with local leaders, and more. UnitedWay in Waukesha County and 76 local part-ner agencies strive to build better and strongercommunities across Waukesha County. If youor your company are interested in volunteeringor are a non-profit organization looking tobecome a member agency, please contact LoriHayes, Director of Volunteer Engagement, United WayUnited Way in Waukesha County is a com-munity-based non profit that identifies andaddresses local health and human serviceneeds by raising resources necessary to posi-tively impact lives and conditions. United Wayis currently at the mid-point of a three yearfundraising campaign, Strive for 5. The multi-year goal aims to raise $5 million in 2014,with a goal of $4.75 million for the 2013 cam-paign. The Strive for 5 campaign also aims torecruit 500 new reader, tutor, and mentor vol-unteers each year. The organization’s annualfall fundraising drive will runs throughSeptember 9 – December 30, 2013. For moreinformation, contact United Way in WaukeshaCounty at (262) 547-8459 or News & Events Around the village and county
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