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Volume 11, Issue 27 July 7, 2012

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Ten local individuals and organizations were honored at the American Red Cross Real Heroes Award Dinner & Silent Auction June 27. The ninth annual eventheld at the West Bend Mutual Prairie Center and emceed by Ken Scott of WBWI/WBKVcelebrated those who have made a difference in Washington County. Patty Flowers, regional CEO of American Red Cross of SE Wisconsin, opened the event by saying it was an honor to be here with the recipients. It has been wonderful to get to know them, she said. Every year, I always think, How can we top this? because we get so much good. But every year we get more good. The awardssponsored by Pick Heaters Inc. and WE Energy Foundationwere given in 10 different categories with various community presenters. They were: Commitment to CommunityJohn Duwell (presented by BMO Harris/M & I Bank). Duwella recent retiree from West Bend Mutual where he
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Campus Notes Alison Kescenovitz of Slinger was named to the 2012 Spring Deans List at Marquette University. Kescenovitz is pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in Physical Therapy. Spoon Man at Jack Russell Library July 11 Spoon Man Jim Cruise will perform at Jack Russell Memorial Library, 100 Park Avenue, Hartford, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. July 11. All ages welcome. For more information, call (262) 673-8240. Bobby Way & Wayouts to perform for Jacksons Music in Park July 11 Bobby Way & the Wayouts will perform for Jacksons Music in the Park from 6:30 to 9 p.m. July 11 at Jackson Park in Jackson. Snacks and refreshments available for purchase; carry-ins welcome. Foods From Around World at Slinger Library July 11 Foods From Around the World will be presented at Slinger Community Library, 220 Slinger Rd., Slinger, July 11. Participants will enjoy lunch with food from different cultures. For ages 7 and up. Sign up required; limited 20 participants. For more information, call (262) 644-6171. Hartford City Band to perform free concert July 11 The Hartford City Band will perform a free concert at Woodlawn Park-Large Band Shelter from 8 to 9 p.m. July 11. Attendees can bring lawn chairs, blankets and pillows. Free. Back Alley to perform for Music on Main July 12 Blues/rock band Back Alley will perform for Music On Main from 6:30 to 9 p.m. July 12. This free concert will take place in downtown West Bend. For more information, call (262) 338-3909 or visit www.downtownwestbend.com. Spoon Man comedy show at West Bend Library July 12 Spoon Man Jim Cruise will bring his comedy show to the West Bend Community Memorial Library, 630 Poplar St., at 6:30 p.m. July 12. For more information, call (262) 335-5151 or visit www.westbendlibrary.org. Evening at St. Agnes Historic Convent and School July 17 The public is invited to spend an evening with the Washington County Historical Society at the St. Agnes Historic Convent and School Site, 1386 Fond du Lac Street, West Bend, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. July 17. Attendees will see original objects that

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garden party will be offered at Lamm Gardens, 2708 Sherman Rd., Jackson, from 5 to 8 p.m. July 18. Free admission. Kids slumber party at Slinger Library July 18 A Hugs and Snugs overnight event will be held at Slinger Community Library, 220 Slinger Rd., Slinger, July 18-19. Parents can drop child off at 6:30 p.m. and pick up the next morning. Children will enjoy stories in their pajamas; bring pillow, blanket and stuffed animal. Sign up required; limited to 20 participants. For more information, call (262) 644-6171. Reggae band Kojo to perform for West Bends Music on Main July 19 Reggae band Kojo will perform for Music On Main, a free concert in downtown West Bend, 6:30 to 9 p.m. July 19. For more information, call (262) 338-3909 or visit www.downtownwestbend.com. Animals program at West Bend Library July 19 A Zoo Zort animals program will be offered free of charge at the West Bend Community Memorial Library, 630 Poplar St., at 6:30 p.m. July 19. For more information, call (262) 335-5151 or visit www.westbendlibrary.org. Childrens science program at Germantown Library July 19 A childrens science program will be offered at the Germantown Community Library, N112 W16957 Mequon Rd., Germantown, July 19 as part of the summer reading program. Times are 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Free; all ages welcome. For more information, call (262) 253-7760. Community blood drive at St. Josephs Hospital July 19 A community blood drive will be held at St. Josephs Hospital, 3200 Pleasant Valley Rd., West Bend, from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. July 19. One can make an appointment at www.bcw.edu/stjosephswb call 877-BE-AHERO, or register in the lobby.

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belonged to Father Rehrl, generously on loan for the evening by the Sisters of St. Agnes in Fond du Lac, enjoy root beer floats and get an update on the restoration of Father Rehrl's Rectory and the upcoming exhibit. One should dress for uneven terrain and outdoor weather. This event is free and open to anyone interested. Summer Craft Day at Slinger Library July 12 Summer Craft Day will be offered at Slinger Community Library, 220 Slinger Rd., Slinger, at 1 p.m. July 12. For ages 6-12. Sign up required; limited to 20 children. For more information, call (262) 644-6171. German Night in West Bend set for July 18 German Night will be held at Regner Park in West Bend from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 18. Event to include polka music, as well as food and beverages for purchase. For more information, call (262) 335-5080 or visit www.ci.west-bend.wi.us. Hartford City Band to perform free concert July 18 The Hartford City Band will perform a free concert from 8 to 9 p.m. July 18 at Woodlawn Park-Large Band Shelter. Attendees can bring lawn chairs, blankets and pillows. Free. Garden party at Lamm Gardens set for July 18 A Fireflies & Fairies summer evening

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Local teams will have to upset North Shore Conference foes to advance in the summer baseball tournament. Tournament play begins July 10 with the winners from the four sectionals advancing to the state tournament to be held July 16 at Kapco Park on the Concordia University

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Cedar Valley hosts The Joy of Painting July 28


Cedar Valley, 5349 County Road D in West Bend, is hosting The Joy of Painting on Saturday, July 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost for the class is $65 which includes all supplies to complete a 163-by203-inch painting. Attendees will learn to paint a seascape with lighthouse scene. Classes are especially suited to beginners; no previous experience is required. Attendees should bring their own lunch to enjoy during the break. Space is limited. Advance registration is required. Those interested can extend their stay and enjoy an overnight escape and/or spa services. (Must be scheduled in advance.) For more information or to register for the event, visit cedar-valley.org, call (262) 629-9202 or email to cvcinfo@cedarcommunity.org.

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The following report was taken from records at the West Bend Police Department. Attempted homicide A 26-year-old Kewaskum man was arrested for attempted homicide as a result of stabbing a 24-year-old male victim in the 1400 block of Eder Lane June 29 during a dispute over money. The victim was treated at St. Josephs Hospital for a punctured lung. The assailant was located two days later and placed in jail. Domestic violence A 25-year-old West Bend woman was arrested for disorderly conduct/domestic violence and obstructing at 1:15 a.m. June 28. During an argument with her boyfriend out-

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band on his arm with a knife. The father was treated at St. Josephs Hospital for his injuries. Obstructing A 31-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for obstructing at 3 p.m. June 30 on Stonebridge Road. After filing a police report regarding a stolen car, which the man later cancelled, the subject gave police a false name. He was placed in jail on a probation hold. Retail theft A 33-year-old West Bend woman was arrested for retail theft at 3:20 p.m. June 27 at Kohls Department Store, 1400 S. Main St. She was placed in jail due to the value of the merchandise.

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jobs can be added as new products are developed. Its an important part not only for our company and our family but for the state of Wisconsin, Mullett said. Its a wonderful thing for our community. Bryan Mullett, president of Bradley Corp., attributed the companys success to three things: People, the second thing is people and the third thing is people. The people is what drives this business and what makes it what it is today and makes it great. Bryan Mullett cited employees on the plant floor to office staff to officer of the company as contributing to the companys growth. Mullett then thanked the architects and engineers who created the new facility, Village President Dean Wolter, Economic Development-Washington County, the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Wisconsin Economic Development, Rep. Dan Knodl and the companys board of directors. During his comments, Walker noted that Bradley is like many family-owned businesses that have grown over several generations. What I find in companies like Bradley is its not just the family, its that they in turn treats their employees like family, and thats what makes it so special to be in a company like this in a great state like this, Walker said.

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BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR Gov. Scott Walker was on hand to cut the ribbon for the new Bradley Corp. facility in Germantown July 2. This is just a great opportunity, Walker said of the companys new facility. The facility is 190,000 square feet and is located at N106 W13500 Bradley Way. Work started on the new building in April 2011 and was completed earlier this spring. The facility is the primary manufacturing location for commercial washroom products and has approximately 102 employees. Bradley Corp. has been in business for 91 years and manufactures commercial plumbing fixtures and washroom accessories. The company has been owned by the same family and its corporate headquarters are in Menomonee Falls. Don Mullett, chief executive officer and chairman of Bradley Corp., said the opening of the new facility has been an exciting time for both the company and the family. What weve seen here in the past year or so getting this facility in place is due in part by our government our governors office and our lieutenant governors office who were involved in getting this job through the process, Mullett said. He added that the new facility is designed so that new

Walker noted that when he was elected governor in November 2010, the sign on the podium had the phrase Wisconsin is open for business which he said was intended to send a message to businesses in the state of the coming change in his administration. Weve changed the business climate in this state so that companies like Bradley can grow, can expand and take the risk of having this kind of investment, Walker said. Walker noted that approximately 430 of Bradley Corp. 500 jobs are in the southeast portion of Wisconsin. Were absolutely thrilled with that and our response in return is not just to say thank you and to be here for ribbon cuttings, its to say were going to continue to make it easier for you and your team and all the employees here to continue to create jobs, Walker said. Walker cited an annual survey of Wisconsin employers, in which 10 percent believed the state was moving in the right direction compared to 94 percent earlier this year. He also noted that the state moved from the bottom 10 in a ranking of Chief Executive magazine two years ago to within the top 20 recently. We got to do even more, Walker said. He then advocated getting barriers out of the way to continue to promote business development.

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...Ninth annual event honored those who are making a difference


Young Eye Clinic in Menomonee Falls and West Bend, designates a day every two months to treat patients unable to pay for eye services. The patients, referred from Repairers of the Breach, receive free eye care and glasses. Young credited the people he has been blessed with my whole life for getting him where he is today. its not me, its all the people behind me. He added that what he does is easy for the doctor, that it is the people suffering from these diseases who are the real heroes. Humanitarian HeroJulie Kapla, RN (presented by West Bend Mutual Insurance Company). Kapla, a nurse, was honored for rescuing an unconscious individual from a burning vehicle on her way home from work one evening. I am humbled and shocked, she said of receiving the honor, and I am thankful I was there that evening. Military HeroGene Wendelborn (presented by Horicon Bank). Wendelborn, who served in the Navy, has been heavily involved with the Washington County Historical Society for the past 25 years to preserve the history of the areas veterans. He also works closely with the County Veteran Service Center which places flags on veterans graves May through September. The real heroes are buried in the Washington County cemeteries, he said. And to all the men and women still out there serving for our freedom, I salute you. Senior Good SamaritanBill Lutz (presented by Cedar Community). Lutz, a firefighter for 25 years, was honored for coming to the aid of his neighbor and friend who was having a heart attack late one night. Lutz administered CPR and the friendArmond Smith, who has since passed awayenjoyed an additional nine years of life. Thank you to everyone who made this possible, he said. It is an honor to be here tonight. Youth Good SamaritanAustin Fingar (presented by Glacier Hills Credit Union). Fingar was recognized for rescuing his older brother Nick who got pinned beneath a car he was working on. Fingar remained calm and found a makeshift car jack that lifted up the car far enough to release Nick. Neighbor and firefighter Tony Burgard subsequently found and assisted the boys.

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Their other work includes running a book donation, supporting local groups and funding international projects. Education HeroDavid Skip Clark (presented by Prescott Foundation). Clark, who is in his 17th year in the West Bend School District, teaches science, acts as Student Government advisor and helps with a major annual blood drive. I humbly accept this award on behalf of all educators, he said, adding that he has been blessed with great people (in my life) who have always lifted me up. Emergency Response HeroNathanial Dorn (presented by WE Energies Foundation). Dorn, who has spent the last five years working as a Hartford police officer, took the initiative to start a K-9 unit at the department. Due to this and for his efforts of updating all the squad cars, he was recently named Hartford Police Officer of the Year. Dorn described the K-9 project as a long endeavor that I put a lot of work into, but added, in no way do I consider myself a hero...I have the greatest job in the world. I get to help people every day and I get to do that with a dog. Health Care HeroDr. Jeffrey Young and the Verre-Young Eye Clinic (presented by Froedtert Health Medical Group and Froedtert Health St. Josephs Hospital). Young, an ophthalmologist at the Verre-

Thank you to Tony and Red Cross and to all the firefighters who risk their lives every day for people they dont know, Fingar said. Animal HeroWashington County Humane Society (presented by Prudence Pick Hway). Rescuing animals since 1968, the county Humane Society aids close to 3,000 animals each year and stays involved with the community through a variety of educational programs. Marnie Brown, executive director of the Humane Society, gratefully accepted the award. We were surprised to hear we were getting this award for something we do every day, because it is our job, she said. We believe animals deserves our kindness, compassion and respect for all the joy they bring to our lives. As she began the program, Red Cross Community Officer Director Janean Brudvig said the event aligns perfectly with the organizations mission. People counted on you to be there and you were there, she said. When everyone else was rushing out, you were rushing back in.

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The First National Bank of Hartford is an independently owned community bank. Serving Washington County for over 100 years. We are dedicated to developing economic growth and providing financial stability in our community area. We are seeking a FULL-TIME TELLER in our new Richfield office. Tellers will be responsible for providing excellent customer service while receiving and paying out money to customers. Candidates must have superior customer service skills and be proactive in recognizing customer needs. Tellers will receive checks and cash for deposit, cash checks and pay out money, process customer orders for travelers checks, money orders, and cashiers checks, accept loan payments, process deposits from mail and night depository box. Tellers are to provide back up to New Accounts Representative and reconciling daily Tyme transactions. Benefits include a quality work environment, health insurance, life insurance paid vacation, 401k (must be 21 years of age and 1 year of service), Employee stock ownership plan (must be 21 years of age and 2 years of service). REQUIREMENTS: Excellent customer service skills. Detail oriented and accurate in work. Project a professional and friendly attitude in all interpersonal communication with customers. Awareness of bank products previous banking experience preferred. Must be able to work Saturday hours We have several PART-TIME TELLERS position open in our Richfield office. Teller will be responsible for providing excellent customer service while receiving and paying out money to customers. Tellers must have superior customer service skills and be proactive in recognizing customer needs. Tellers will receive checks and cash for deposit, cash checks and pay out money, process customer orders for travelers checks, savings bonds, money orders, and cashiers checks, accept loan payments, process deposits from mail and night depository box. Tellers are to provide back-up to the New Accounts Representative and reconciling daily Tyme transactions. Benefits would include paid vacation, 401k (must be 21 years of age and 1 year of service), Employee stock ownership plan (must be 21 years of age and 2 years of service). REQUIREMENTS: Excellent customer service skills. Detail oriented and accurate in work. Project a professional and friendly attitude in all interpersonal communication with customers. Awareness of bank products previous banking experience preferred. Ability to work approximately 20 hours per week, including Saturdays. Pay is subject to experience. Interested candidates should apply within or send resume to: First National Bank of Hartford Attn. Kelly Persha, Human Resource Manager 116 W. Sumner Street P.O. Box 270106 Hartford, WI 53027 262-673-5800

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Welders Assemblers Brake Press Operators Painter Manufacturing Engineers Competitive salary Bonus Program after three months 401k Vacation Tuition Reimbursement Fitness Center Full Insurance Benefit Package In addition to great benefits, we offer the opportunity for cross training of other production positions. Send your resume or apply in person at:

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The First National Bank of Hartford is an independently owned community bank. Serving Washington County for over 100 years. We are dedicated to developing economic growth and providing financial stability in the communities we serve. We are seeking a FULL-TIME EXPERIENCED COMMERCIAL LOAN PROCESSOR in our Hartford office. The Commercial Loan Processor provides administrative support to agricultural and commercial loan officers by documenting, processing and renewing commercial and agricultural loans and providing service support. Performs all required booking and follow-up reporting of loan documentation such as SBA loans, stand by letters of credit and loan participations bought and sold. Provides assistance with maintaining UCC filing and SBA reporting. The Loan Processor completes files, calculates interest, accepts and records payments. Benefits include a quality work environment, health insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, 401k (must be 21 years of age and 1 year of service), Employee stock ownership plan (must be 21 years of age and 2 years of service). REQUIREMENTS: Three years of banking experience with at least 2 years of loan documentation experience. Knowledge of loan documentation requirements High School Diploma Accuracy of work and very detail orientated Ability to prioritize work and handle work overloads Use of computer and adding machine. Must posses skills in Microsoft Word and Excel Pay commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should apply within or send resume to: First National Bank of Hartford Attn. Kelly Persha, Human Resource Manager 116 W. Sumner Street P.O. Box 270106 Hartford, WI 53027 262-673-5800

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Helgesen is a global leader in design and fabrication of hydraulic tanks. Due to an increase in production, we are looking for experienced welders with the desire to learn and advance in their career. Helgesen has a great benefit package that includes tuition reimbursement and opportunities in global travel. Come be apart of our team.

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Saturday, July 14 8am 12pm

WELDERS SETUP UP TO $19/HR WELDERS CRAFTSMAN UP TO $24/HR LASER OPERATORS UP TO $18/HR SETUP BRAKE OPERATORS UP TO $24/HR ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLERS UP TO $20/HR

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