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Volume 21, Issue 29 July 21, 2012

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Froedtert Health Medical Group is proud to announce the addition of three new providers to its staff. Vijay Bandhakavi, MD, Pulmonology/Critical Care; Ryan Burch, DO, Family Medicine; and Drew Hietpas, MD, Internal Medicine have joined Menomonee Falls Clinic. Dr. Bandhakavi received his Medical Degree from Maulana Azad Medical College,

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the committee agreed to not begin a buy a seat program and continue to use the current practices to determine and when a non-eligible student may be eligible to ride the buses. In other items before the board: Three health insurance firms have declined to provide bids to the district for its health insurance package. School board member Tom Barney said the Insurance Committee was advised by consultant Greg Kamps that WPS, WCA and UnitedHealthcare declined to provide bids to the village. Barney said that Anthem, Humana and current provider WEA Trust have provided quotes to the district. Right now WEA is the most competitive, Barney said. Barney added that the committee took no action but that it will continue to review information that was presented at the meeting. The board approved a paving contract with Payne & Dolan for asphalt paving on the west side of County Line Elementary School. The contract is for $128,000 and will include removing the old asphalt and restructuring the base. District Business and Auxiliary Services Director Ric Ericksen said the project will include a concrete pad for the school Dumpster. Ericksen said any funds left over will be used for crack sealing at the high school parking lot and repairs to the Kennedy Middle School lot. The district is considering a revision of its logo, and took suggestions from high school students for a different design. Superintendent Sue Borden explained that as the district develops a new mission statement and it is also considering a change in the

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The Germantown School District will not be implementing a buy a seat program for student transportation. According to information prepared for the July 16 School Board meeting, the district buses all kindergarten students to school but it does not provide busing for all other students who reside within one mile and have a safe passage to school. As a result, there are situations in which a kindergarten student is bussed to school while other children from the same family walk to school. Under state law, the district can provide transportation to a parent who requests it and can charge the parent for that transportation. Such policies called buy a seat are in place in other school districts and the Transportation Committee reviewed the option. School Board member Michael Loth said

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Warhawk Band Boosters 10th annual golf outing set for Aug. 3 The Germantown High School Warhawk Band Boosters will host its 10th Annual Golf Outing on Friday, Aug. 3, at Blackstone Creek Golf Club in Germantown. Sign-in for the popular community event begins at 10 a.m., with a shotgun start following at 11 a.m. Golfers of all ability levels will play 18 holes in a scramble format and enjoy lunch during their round. At 5:30 p.m., participants will gather near the clubhouse for dinner, an awards presentation, raffles, and a performance by the Germantown High School band. Golf, lunch, dinner and entertainment are included in the $80 fee; however, an option to attend the evening dinner and entertainment portion only is available for $25. The registration deadline has been extended to Wednesday, July 25. The event is one of the organizations primary fundraising activities, garnering much of the financial support needed to run the high schools band programs for the upcoming year. Funds raised are used to help purchase uniforms, equipment, instruments and lockers, as well as provide student musician scholarships to band and leadership camps. To register for the event, become a sponsor or donate items for the raffle, contact Tom and Lori Hohl at (262) 502-1432 or pyter@wi.rr.com, or visit the website at www.gtownbands.com/golf. All prize donations are tax deductible. Road closure July 23-25 The Village Sewer Utility is planning on doing a manhole repair project along Pilgrim Road between Donges Bay Road and CTH Q starting Monday, July 23 and extending through Wednesday, July 25. Local traffic will be permitted to use the closed road. Honor Flight event at Miller Park Aug. 11 A once-in-a-generation Stars and Stripes Honor Flight event, Field of Honor: A Salute to the Greatest Generation, will be held Aug. 11 at Miller Park. The schedule of events is as follows: 3:30 p.m.parking lots open, WWII reenactors and live music; 4:30 p.m.Stadium opens, Pillars of Honor WWII Memorial Model and SSHF Art Show; 6:30 p.m.Program begins, world premiere of Honor Flight documentary on Miller Park high-definition video board, flyovers and fireworks. The event will also include a special viewing of the WWII Memorial on loan before it goes to the Smithsonian. Tickets are $11 each, plus $4.50 ticket fees. For more information or to purchase tickets, call the Brewers ticket office at (414) 9024000 or visit StarsandStripesHonorFlight.org. Stroke and osteoporosis screenings at Germantown Senior Center Aug. 27 Area residents can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture at a Life Line Screening event to be held at the Germantown Senior Center, W162 N11960 Park Avenue, Aug. 27. Screenings identify potential cardiovascular conditions such as blocked arteries and irregular heart rhythm, abdominal aortic aneurysms, and hardening of the arteries in the legs, which is a strong predictor of heart disease. A bone density screening to assess osteoporosis risk is also offered and is appropriate for both men and women. Packages start at $149. All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete. For more information regarding the screenings or to schedule an appointment, call 1-877-2371287 or visit www.lifelinescreening.com. Preregistration is required. Area MOMS Club information The MOMS Club of Germantown-East meets the second Wednesday of each month. Locations vary. For more information, call the info line at (414) 571-2239 or send e-mail to momsclubgermantowneast@yahoo.com. The MOMS Club of Germantown-West meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 1350 Highway 175, Hubertus. For more information, call the info line at (414) 571-2239. The The MOMS Club of Richfield meets the third Wednesday of every month at 9:30 a.m. at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 1350 Highway 175, Hubertus. For more information, call (414) 571-2155 or visit momsclubofrichfield@yahoo.com.

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night July 10 in the N9800 block of Appleton Avenue. The following report was taken from records at the Menomonee Falls Police Department. Burglary Two brothers were arrested for burglary at 5:14 p.m. July 10 after they were observed entering garages in the N7000 block of Hunters Ridge Circle and removing items from them. Carrying a concealed weapon A 22-year-old Menomonee Falls womana passenger in a vehicle at White Birch Drive and Cedar Ridge Lanewas arrested for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia at 7:29 p.m. July 13. Her boyfriend was cited for carrying a concealed weapon as a four-inch steak knife was found in his possession. Operating while intoxicated A 27-year-old Menomonee Falls man was arrested for operating while intoxicatedfirst offense and on other charges in the N6000 block of Town Line Road after patrons of Whiskey Corners reported an intoxicated man behaving in a disorderly manner in the parking lot of the tavern. The subjectwho was found to have a .380 handgun in his vehiclewas also taken into custody for endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct and bail jumping. A male subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense at 1:53 a.m. July 11 following a traffic stop at Pilgrim Road and Menomonee River Parkway. A male subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense at 9:57 p.m. July 10 following a traffic stop at Pilgrim and County Line roads. Retail theft A male suspect fled BP Falls Amoco, N71 W13161 Appleton Avenue, without paying for two cartons of Newport cigarettes at 8:13 p.m. July 11. Theft A female complainant reported the theft of her purse from her vehicle in the

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The following report was taken from records at the Germantown Police Department. Operating while intoxicated A 22-year-old woman was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense at 9:12 p.m. July 12 following a traffic stop in the N11000 block of Fond du Lac Avenue. Possession of drug paraphernalia A 34-year-old man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia at 11:02 p.m. July 7 in the N9000 block of Riversbend Lane. Retail theft A 39-year-old man was cited for retail theft at Walmart, W190 N9855 Appleton Avenue, at 4:16 p.m. July 9. Theft A female subject reported the theft of Christmas decorations and miscellaneous items from her storage unit in the N11000 block of Western Avenue July 7. A female subject reported the theft of her i-Phone from an estate sale in the W15000 block of Donges Bay Road July 9. A female subject reported that her mountain bicycle had been stolen from Alt Bauer Park, W165 N10749 Wagon Trail, during the overnight hours of July 9-10. Vandalism A male subject reported vandalism to his 2004 Dodge Rama smashed windshield and slashed tireswhile parked in the W16000 block of Freistadt Road July 8. Warrants A 28-year-old manthe passenger in a vehicle stopped at Donges Bay and Pilgrim roadswas taken into custody on a bodyonly warrant through Ozaukee County at 6:23 p.m. July 9. An 18-year-old man was taken into custody on a Germantown warrant at mid-

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July 21, 2012

Zipperer to leave Senate for Walker administration post


Sen. Rich Zipperer (R-Brookfield) will be stepping down from his elected post for a position in Gov. Scott Walkers administration. Zipperer was tabbed to be Walkers deputy chief of staff and senior counsel. Zipperers district covered portions of Menomonee Falls, Sussex, Lisbon, Brookfield, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Hartford, Erin and Richfield. He was elected to the Senate in 2010 after serving two terms in the state Assembly. While in the Senate, Zipperer served on the Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce and Government Operations committees. A statement issued by Zipperers office also noted he serves as the Senate Republican appointee on the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and earlier this session he served as a member of the Joint Committee on Finance. Before being elected to the Legislature, Zipperer was deputy chief of staff and district director for Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner (R-Menomonee Falls). He will begin his new position Aug. 6. It has been an incredible honor serving the residents of Waukesha and Washington Counties in the State Assembly and Senate, and I will be forever thankful for the trust the voters placed in me to represent them and their families in Madison, Zipperer said. In my nearly six years in the Legislature, I have been proud to advance reforms to balance our states budget, eliminate wasteful spending, and bring jobs back to our state. Zipperers change was one of three appointments announced by Walker July 18. Ryan Murray was named chief operating officer and deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation while Jocelyn Webster was named Communications Director.

Village officials wait for an train inspector to arrive at a Mequon Road railroad crossing following an accident with a car July 18. There were no serious injuries. According to information from Germantown Police, a 19-year-old woman was cited for inattentive driving after her vehicle hit the train while she was attempting to dial her cell phone. The train was traveling 2-3 mph as a crew was working on the track. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

National Night Out to be held Aug. 2


Germantown will hold its annual National Night Out Thursday, Aug. 2 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Germantown Police Department. The neighborhood safety celebration is free and open to the public. Free dinner and custard will be provided compliments of Roberts Frozen Custard. There will also be numerous demonstrations as well as free child IDs being made. Attendees will receive one free raffle ticket for each non-perishable food item and any gently used clothing item (for St. Boniface Food Pantry and Our Kids Closet, respectively) brought in. The police department is located at N112W16877 Mequon Road.

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MENOMONEE FALLS EMMANUEL COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-2513830. Worship Services: Sunday 8am, 9am and 10:30am. Christian Education offered at 9am and 10:30am. Nursery Available all services. www.ec-umc.com GRACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH New location at W196 N9525 Cross View Way, Menomonee Falls, 262-251-0670. Worship Thur 6:30pm; Sat 5:00pm; Sun 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00am; JAM Sunday School 9:30am; Traditional & Contemporary Worship; www.grace-connect.org. Come join us - Grace feels like home! UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST St. Pauls United Church of Christ. N89 W16856 Appleton Ave. Menomonee Falls. 262-251-5160. Services: Sunday 9:30am Worship; 9:30am Sunday School. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE Good Hope & Pilgrim Roads - Menomonee Falls. Summer Worship Service Thurs 7pm, Sun. 9am(one service only). No Sunday School. Pastor Norm Timmermann. 262-2513360. Handicap accessible. www.popmf.com GERMANTOWN CROSSWAY CHURCH W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd, Germantown. Sunday morning worship services at 9:00am & 10:45am. (262) 255-0702 info@crosswaygt.org www.crosswaygt.org LIFE CHURCH Services Times - Saturday 4:30pm & 6:00pm; Sunday 9:30am & 11:00am. Childrens Service & Nursery Provided. All services at Germantown Market Place - Squire & Mequon Rd. 262.251.5050 www.lifechurchwi.com FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH W172 N11187 Division Rd, Germantown. Pastor Thomas Kaul. (262) 251-8250. Times of worship: Wednesdays 6:30pm, Sundays 9am. WEST ALLIS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WEST ALLIS 1576 S. 78th St. 414-258-7400. Bible study for all ages at 9am. Worship at 10:15am with nursery care provided. www.firstbaptistwestallis.org HUBERTUS CROWN OF LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH & SCHOOL - WELS Corner of Hubertus Rd. & Tally Ho Trail. Pastor Mike Helwig (262) 628-2550x208. School: K3-8th grade and Day Care 3 years+. Services: Thursdays 7pm; Sundays 8am & 10:30am; 9:15am Bible Study and Sunday School. www.crownoflifeonline.com JACKSON STILL WATERS COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311 www.stillwaterschurch.com Contemporary, Nursery & Childrens Education (Sat. & Sun.) Worship: Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am

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CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY
The Germantown Little League finished its season July 14 with championship games in all the baseball divisions. The champions are the Hooks (AA), Blue Jays (AAA) and Giants (majors). Left photo: Dixon Seymour of the AAA Blue Jays scores. Middle left photo: The Hooks won the AA tournament with a 6-2 win over the Ironbirds. Pictured are (top row left to right) coaches Jeff Sies, Ted Macksam, Tom Kolda, and Jim Grater, (middle row) Ethan Sitter, Alex Macksam, Caden McCabe, Ben Jakusz, Jake Betz, Emily Kolda, MJ Keidle, (bottom row) Sam Sies, Will Hearden, Matthew Grater, and Charlie Taschler. Middle right photo: Drew Shaw of the AAA Red Sox hits a pitch into shallow center field. Bottom right photo: Ben Sies of the Majors Dodgers slides into home plate against the Giants. Bottom left photo: The Majors Giants team is pictured just before they received their championship trophy.

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July 21, 2012

Germantown sweeps sectional, advances to state summer baseball tourney


BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR Germantown rallied to tie Arrowhead in the Cedarburg sectional final July 16, and then finished the game with clutch hits in an extra inning to earn their second trip to the state summer baseball tournament in three years. "I'm so happy for the kids," Germantown Coach Jeff Wolf said. "This is a great group of people, they're unselfish, they're good people, great teammates. I'm just happy for them because they work hard in the offseason. They deserve it." Wolf said he felt if his team could stay within one or two runs of Arrowhead, his team was solid enough to take advantage of opportunities. Arrowhead got on the board in the first inning and scored again in the fourth inning as Mitchell Dubnicka doubled to drive in a run. Germantown evened the score in the sixth inning as Louis Tuszynski singled. After Mike Krause fouled out, Jimmy Doedens bunted and the throw from the Arrowhead third baseman went wide, allowing Tuszynski to advance to third. A line drive down the third base side by Brian Keller was ruled to be foul, but Keller recouped and hit a single that scored two runs. "He has such great composure, he's a competitor," Wolf said of Keller. "He's the kind of guy who wants to be up in that situation and Im the kind of coach that wants him to be up in that situation." Both teams were held scoreless in the seventh inning. Arrowhead threatened in the top of the eighth inning, but Germantown got out of the inning as second baseman Zack Kumbier caught a weak fly ball just off of second base and then threw to Blake Fleischman for the force out. Germantown then finished the game in the bottom of the inning as Krause was hit by a pitch. After two outs, Fleischman then dropped a single into right field that allowed Krause to score. Afterward, Fleischman said the pitch was "low and outside" and he was expecting the pitch as he has seen the pitcher's patterns before. Fleischman indicated he at first didn't realize the importance of the hit, as he is "a little deaf" and didn't hear the yelling of the fans. "I didn't hear the cheers, I forgot that I won the game. It was so surreal," he said. Ryan Anderson recorded four strikeouts in eight innings or work, including shutting down Arrowhead over the last four innings. "He did a great job keeping us in that game," Wolf said of Anderson. Germantown opened the Cedarburg sectional with an 8-1 semi-final win over Cedarburg. Twice in the early innings Germantown left the bases loaded without scoring any runs. "Our team has struggled early on in games but we seem to find it. We come through when we need it most," Keller said afterward. Wolf said he told his team "we didn't have to do anything special. They just had to be who they've been all year. They continually come up with big hits." Germantown first got on the board in the bottom of the fourth inning, as Taylor Klopatek singled and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt. Klopatek then scored on a double by Zack Kumbier. Kumbier advanced to third on a ground out and then scored on a single by Keller. Germantown scored three runs in the sixth inning as Jordan Kuczynski singled, advanced to second on a passed ball, advanced to third on a single by Tom Andrus and scored on a single by Zack Kumbier. Kumbier stole second base and Klopatek walked. A single by Mike Krause allowed Kumbier to score. Germantown finished its scoring with three runs in the sixth inning as Kuczynski reached base after being hit by a pitch. He advanced to second on a single by Andrus and scored on a double by Kumbier. Klopatek then doubled, allowing Andrus and Kumbier to score. Cedarburg got on the board in the seventh inning as the Bulldogs got two run- Germantowns Mike Krause (9) scores the winning run ners on base, with Taylor Piel against Arrowhead off a hit by Blake Fleischman in a scoring on an error. Keller sectional final at Cedarburg July 16. Photo by Thomas then recorded a strikeout J. McKillen. and got the final batter to fly Wolf said following the Arrowheadout. Menomonee Falls game helped when conWolf opted to go with Keller for section- sidering how to approach their sectional al semifinal, going with the "one game at a semifinal. time" philosophy. He admitted he was going The state summer baseball tournament "back and forth" on whether to pitch Keller was held at Kapco Park on the Concordia or Anderson in the sectional semifinal. University campus in Mequon July 20.

Arrowhead tops Falls in sectional semi-final

Top seed Menomonee Falls lost the first game of the day at the Cedarburg sectional July 16, 7-4. The teams were tied 2-2 after four innings. Arrowhead took a 4-2 lead in the top of the fifth inning as Eric Cottrell doubled to score two runners. Menomonee Falls answered in the bottom of the inning as Joel Zyhowski hit a home run with a runner on base to tie the score. Arrowhead took the lead for good in the sixth inning. A bunt by Matt Gaberino scored a runner and a single by Jordan White scored a second runner. A double by Cottrell then allowed Gaberino to score. Menomonee Falls avoided another run when White was

tagged out at home. Gaberino then finished the game for Arrowhead, getting all three Menomonee Falls batters in the seventh inning to ground out. Arrowhead had 13 hits to five for Menomonee Falls. "They had runners all over the place. It puts pressure on the defense and every mistake is magnified when there's that much pressure on the defense," Menomonee Falls Coach Pat Hansen said. "They kept the pressure on." With the loss, Menomonee Falls season ended with a 27-5 record. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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