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Volume 22, Issue 48 November 30, 2013

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Kohls to repay $2 million: Kohls Corporation will pay back the $2 million it received from the village of Menomonee Falls as part of its planned development of a new headquarters in the Woodland Prime development in the eastern portion of the village. See page 23. Silver Tea: The MillerDavidson House at Old Falls Village will be festively-decorated in a Depression-Era Christmas theme of the 1930s for the holidays and open for visitors on Sunday, December 8 from 1-4 p.m. for the annual Silver Tea. See page 23.

Falls Village Board approves 2014 budget


The Menomonee Falls Village Board approved the 2014 municipal budget Nov. 18. According to information from village staff, the proposed tax levy will be $22,198,859. The actual budget increased by 1.3 percent ($283,750) from last year. State law allowed the village to raised the levy by 1.637 percent. However, Village Manager Mark Fitzgerald said the village chose to go with a lower increase to maintain the tax rate, which is $5.20 per $1,000 assessed valuation. The village tax rate was previously $5.17 per $1,000 assessed valuation in 2011 and $5.19 per $1,000 assessed valuation in 2012. The resident of a home with assessed value of $250,000 will pay $1,300 in the village portion of the property tax, the same increase as last year. "There's absolutely no change in taxes for virtually 100 percent of the properties in the village for the calendar year 2014," Fitzgerald said. The number of village employees remains at 180, Fitzgerald noted. Fitzgerald noted that the village has 53 fewer employ-

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Washington County K-12th grade students are invited to participate in the Washington County Land & Water Conservation Divisions 2014 Conservation Poster Contest entitled Dig DeeperMysteries in the Soil. Posters are to be submitted to the Washington County Land & Water Conservation Division by Monday, Dec. 30, 2013. Required entry forms and rules may be found at www.co.washington.wi.is/lcd under Conservation EducationKids. All participants will be recognized. Each will receive a certificate commending his/her interest and concern for the environment. The top three winners of each category (in the county) will be awarded gift cards and art supplies. All first place winners will automatically advance to the next level of competition for judging. For more information, contact Stephanie Egner at (262) 335-4804 or stephanie.egner@co.washington.wi.us.

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Falls Patio Players to perform Christmas Carol Dec. 6, 7 and 8


Falls Patio Players again performs the beloved version of Charles Dickens' classic "Christmas Carol". Two of the Players own members, the late Carol Klose and the late Jack Strawbridge, collaborated to write this musical version, which encompasses French and English carols as well as many original songs. Shows are at North Middle School auditorium on N88 W16750 Garfield Drive in Menomonee Falls. They are: Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7 at 3 and 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 1 and 4 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at fallspatioplayers.com or on the 24-hour hotline (262) 255-8372. Adults/seniors are $10 and students are $8. FPP is also partnering with the Falls Area Food Pantry providing boxes in the lobby in which to drop food item donations when you come to see the show.

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The Washington County Historical Societys annual holiday raffle tickets are now on sale. The drawing will be held during the Christmas at the Old Courthouse Event set for Sunday, Dec. 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. The drawing will take pace at 3:45 p.m.; winner need not be present to win. This years grand prize is a three-night stay at any Harrahs Las Vegas Hotel including Limousine Airport Transport and $600 for travel expenses, a package worth over $1,000. Other prizes include an eight-piece Bir Chef Cookware Set by Regal Ware Co. worth $400, a Chicago Day Trip to Museum of Science & Industry with gas card and Kenosha Brat Stop certificate worth $150 and 18 holes of golf for two at the Washington County Golf Course valued at $100. Tickets are $10 per chance, $30 for 4 chances and $50 for 10 chances. Only 500 tickets will be sold. Tickets will be sold up until the time of the drawing. Contact Jodee Faber at (262) 335-3678 or jfaber@historyisfun.com to order or purchase tickets during regular museum hours at the Old Courthouse Museums Visitor Desk or at the West Bend Co./Regal Ware Museum. Due to a Federal Law Prohibiting the Mailing of Raffle Tickets, raffle tickets can not be mailed. The museum is located at 320 S. 5th Ave., West Bend.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in and attended this years Christmas Festival on Saturday, November 16th. We were glad to help the Germantown Library celebrate their 50th Anniversary as part of this event.
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Falls HS volleyball title celebrated during student assembly


While some events happen every day or every year in a high school, a state tournament pep rally is an event that may only take place once every few years. For Menomonee Falls High School, the Nov. 15 student assembly celebrating the girls volleyball state title won Nov. 9 was the first such event held at high school since it was created from the merging of North and East high schools in 1984. It was a new experience for both teachers and students alike, one which began with a tunnel created by faculty which the teams players and coaches walked through to start the program before sitting down on seats at the north end of the gym. For high school Principal Corey Golla, the victory was part of a bigger goal for the school. The number one goal I have as a school is really very simple goal, and that is that we become the best at everything, Golla said. That means were the best academically, were the best musically, were the best in our community and were the best athletically. Coach J.C. Bruns thanked all the Falls supporters who watched the team online, on television and at the state tournament in Green Bay the previous weekend. Bruns then said the school has great coaches throughout several sports and several teams have had great seasons and got really, really close. We felt that same thing getting really, really close so many times, Bruns said. Thats what made this one so special for us, we were able to do it, finally for ourselves as a team, for our families, but most importantly, for our school. Bruns then referenced the banners in gym marking past state championships, the last of which came with the cross country title won by Menomonee Falls East in 1978. Were going to get another one up there real soon, Bruns said. The banner for the girls volleyball championships has been ordered. Bruns said he hoped for more banners to come with the success of other sports in the future. Simone Lee, outside hitter and team captain, thanked those who came to support the team in Green Bay. We really appreciate all that you have done, Lee said. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

Dr. Howard Jacob spoke to students in the Menomonee Falls High School Healthcare Academy program Nov. 19. Photo courtesy of the School District of Menomonee Falls.

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Dr. Howard Jacob once ran through a police blockade in Germany just to talk about genetics. His DNA sequencing of an ill child who hadnt eaten in nine months led to a bone marrow transplant and allowed the boy to devour a steak 42 days later. In mid-November, he worked 31 hours straight from Saturday morning to 4 a.m. Monday. Im fine with that, he said. And Menomonee Falls High School was fine with listening. Science was cool. Not that it wasnt before, but this wasnt your run-of-the-mill textbook science lecture some students expected to be a drag, even for the Healthcare Academy. We were expecting a big science talk. He made it interesting. He articulated why he was so passionate about what he does, said senior Samantha Schlicht, an aspiring physicians assistant. Jacob is a rock star of science and medicine. Hes a nationally sought after speaker once featured on Nova, is a professor and director of the Human and Molecular Genetics Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a vice chair of Research in the Department of Pediatrics at Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin. Science teachers Amanda Gilman and Dana Kopatich met Jacob last summer while taking a class at the medical college. They took a chance and ask if he would come to speak, and he agreed. Students will never forget it. Jacob was interactive and down-to-earth, and he answered all of the students questions. He turned everything back on us what are our opinions on the topic, said senior Emily Suetholz, who wants to be an anesthesiologist or pediatrician. It was an honor he was here. Its a oncein-a-lifetime thing, said senior Dia Vang, an aspiring nurse. Jacob told students 20 percent of people taking a popular heart attack drug at $1,500 per month arent receiving any benefit because they dont have the right gene for the medicine to help. Reading a persons entire genetic code has gone from costing billions of dollars to a thousand, and, typical of technology, the price keeps coming down. Jacob said in a couple of years it will cost $200 to read an entire human genome in 20 minutes. You can prick your finger and it will read your DNA for you. Thats insane, said senior Jackie DeWalt. After the presentation its really hitting me. Our kids could be getting sequenced. Jacob brought up moral, ethical, religious and political issues that will be addressed in these teens lifetimes. Should your parents know if youre at risk for Alzheimers? he said. What if you dont want to know? How much medical information life insurance companies should have and how they may use it, living wills and pulling the plug if someone is on life support which Jacob said he would have a hard time doing should his teen daughters ever be in such a situation. Laws are going to be written on this, he said. Pay attention. Jacob paid attention enough to get to college. He didnt like school, but he wanted to be a scientist since he was 5. He determined to get through it, and the rest is history. I dont go to work a day in my life. I love what I do, he said. Beyond the science, that was Jacobs key message: Find your passion and do it. We hope we find a career like that, said DeWalt. He found his, and Menomonee Falls students are looking for theirs. DeWalt thought he found it in wanting to become a doctor, but Jacobs candid line of 26 years of school has the senior looking into occupational therapy instead. This wasnt learning from a textbook, though Jacob could be considered a walking open one. This was a real scientist who answered questions about work-family balance and paying for college. Were learning from a person that wrote the books, DeWalt said. It was more personal because he was right there, said Vang. Story provided by the School District of Menomonee Falls

Menomonee Falls High School Principal Corey Golla speaks during a school assembly Nov. 15 honoring the girls volleyball team for their state title. The trophy is pictured the foreground. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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ees than it did in 2007. Most of the reductions occurred through attrition while there were also some layoffs and early retirements. The village solid waste collection fund will remain at $100.12. Fitzgerald noted that a recently approved state law required that increases in the the garbage charge be offset by reductions in the property tax by the same amount. Fitzgerald said that the fund is partially funded by the property tax due to the limits on increasing the fee. Fitzgerald also noted that the budget was adjusted to reflect another change in state law which required that revenues raised by the hotel tax is budgeted. State law required that 70 percent funds raised from the hotel tax be geared toward tourism related activities. Recent changes places those revenue in a specific area of the village budget. No one spoke at a public hearing on the budget. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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Add a little holiday sparkle to your landscape for you and your guests to enjoy. No matter the weather outside, a few decorative touches can greatly increase the beauty and enjoyment of your winter landscape. Try one, two or all eight of these tips to improve your landscapes winter appeal. Add some solar powered accents. Light a pathway, your favorite tree or front porch without installing additional outlets. Look for unique colors and shapes like the solar star lantern or the changing colors of northern lights spheres (gardeners.com) for added appeal. The wide variety now available can help create a memorable winter display. Be sure to select solar accents that provide hours of enjoyment when fully charged. Create an outdoor holiday tree for you and your feathered visitors to enjoy. Decorate a few of your evergreen trees and shrubs with purchased or homemade birdseed ornaments. Holiday shapes made of energy rich birdseed and suet give the trees a holiday flare, while providing important food for birds to enjoy. These also make great gifts for your favorite gardener

Senior Center taking day trip to Chicago Dec. 13


The Germantown Senior Center is offering a Kicking Off Christmas in Chicago tour Friday, Dec. 13. Seniors will take a Badger Coach to Chicago for shopping at the Watertown Place, lunch at Macys and a visit to Christkindlmarket. Group will depart from the Germantown Center Mall at 8 a.m. and return around 7:30 p.m. The cost is $86. Reservation deadline is Nov. 29. Interested individuals can sign up for the tours at the Senior Center, located at W162 N11960 Park Ave. For more information, call (262) 253-7799.

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MENOMONEE FALLS EMMANUEL COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-251-3830 Traditional Worship and Christian Education Sundays 8:30 & 10:00 AM; Contemporary Worship Sundays 11:00 AM; Family Worship Fourth Sunday of the Month 8:30 AM. Nursery available at all services. www.ec-umc.com GRACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH New location at W196 N9525 Cross View Way, Menomonee Falls, 262-251-0670. Worship 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. Worship: Thursday 6:30pm and Sunday 9:00am. Sunday School/Bible Study Sunday 10:15am. 262-251-3360. 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; Sunday 9:00am & 10:45am. 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, Staffed Nursery at all services & Sunday School provided at Sat. & Sun. services. Worship: Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am Wed. 6:30-7pm 30 good minutes Service Bible study 7:15-8:15pm

For more information on how to have your churchs services listed here, please call Christine at 262-512-5028 Deadline: 3pm Wednesday

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St. Boniface Jump Rope Club begins fourth year


St. Boniface Catholic School, in Germantown, kicked off its fourth season of Jump Rope Club this school year. The non-competitive club promotes physical fitness while having fun and learning team work, coordination, and jump roping skills. Open to students in first through eighth grade, the club is 40 members strong. Jessica Mueller and Grace Maki are two eighth graders who have been a part of the club since the beginning. They now lead the advanced group of jumpers who practice such skills as The Wheel and Double Dutch. Its all about keeping rhythm, said Jessica. I love when kids are challenged and seeing how happy they become once they get it. Jessicas mother, Sue, is the energetic force that leads the club. Sue decided to lead the St. Boniface group because of her daughters love of jump roping. When Jessica was in first grade, the Fond Du Lac Wizards, a jump rope team that puts on demonstrations and clinics, performed at her birthday party. She was instantly hooked. When I was in fourth grade, I told my mom I thought it would be really cool if we could have a jump rope club at St. Boniface, said Jessica, smiling, and she did it. She made my dream come true. The club meets every first and third Wednesday of the month, October through May. At the end of the season, the St. Boniface community is invited to attend a show where the kids from all levels of expertise perform their skipping skills to music. For more information, please visit http://www.stbonifacewi.org/.

Pictured is this years Jump Rope Club at St. Boniface. Submitted photo.

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your tree simple by choosing one or two colors for the tree's dcor. For kids, decorate with their favorite color. Make tissuepaper flowers to place on your tree. All you need is tissue paper and pipe cleaners. For a tree that will help you remember the good times, hang mementos that you've collected throughout the year instead of traditional, often expensive ornaments. Choose knickknacks from family vacations, party pictures, favors from weddings or showers, or kids' arts and crafts projects. Hang holiday greeting cards from family and friends on your tree. To turn these trinkets into ornaments, glue or attach ornament hangers to each item. Your tree will be a reminder of the fun shared throughout the year.

For a more international feel, use inexpensive wrapping paper to make origami cranes -- symbols of peace. Paper birds of all sizes will look beautiful on your tree and can be a fun project for the whole family.

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Germantown board approves surveillance cameras at elementary schools


The Germantown School Board approved the installation of several capital items Nov. 25. The board approved a motion that will allow for the installation of surveillance cameras at all elementary schools at a cost of $240,000. The board also approved finishing the chorus room risers at a cost of $37,000. The board tabled a request to replace the upper gym floor at Germantown High School in space that is also used for concerts, with bleachers rolled out onto the floor. Board member Brian Medved noted that LifeChurch has offered their facility for concert performances. He also noted that a synthetic gym floor could be laid on the existing floor. "I think we need to consider the idea of what we're doing there," Medved said. Board member Michael Loth added that the problem with the current gym floor is that it cannot support the weight of the bleachers. Holmes added that the bleachers will not be used for concert performances. Holmes noted that the district has not received a formal written request from the church. He said a meeting is planned to discuss the offer with the church. The money for the projects will come from the district Fund 41 Capital Projects Funds along with $73,000 from two previous bond issues. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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The Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School wind symphony and concert choir performs during a Veterans Day program Nov. 7. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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Festival of Trees Dec. 7-8


On Saturday, December 7th and Sunday December 8th, the Washington County Humane Society will be holding its 15th Annual Festival of Trees. The Washington County Humane Society is located at 3650 State Road 6 . The event is a beautiful holiday celebration of lights and unique designs. During that weekend, the training center will be turned into a magical Christmas wonderland complete with a refreshment cafe, continuous holiday entertainment, and gift boutique. The Festival of Trees has become a very popular community event with individuals and businesses sponsoring trees, wreaths, swags and centerpieces, and then decorating them according to a particular theme. Festival-goers delight in strolling along the "snowy" paths, and choosing their favorites for the People's Choice awards. Attendees can also enjoy refreshments from the caf, and visit the beautiful holiday boutique filled with crafts from artists throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Hours for the Festival are Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Cost is $6 for adults, $4 for senior citizens (60 and older) and children (ages 3-12). All proceeds go towards the care and treatment of animals in the shelter. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at www.washingtoncountyhumane.org.

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Today's column is about oral cancer. One of our wonderful patients was diagnosed with tonsillar cancer and is undergoing surgery, chemotherapy and radiation and we send our prayers for a speedy and full recovery! It is important to remind our readership about one of the many important reasons to see their dentist regularly. According to the Oral Cancer Foundation there will be 42,000 Americans that receive a diagnosis of oral or pharyngeal cancer this year and this will result in 8000 deaths. Oral cancer is a group of cancers that involve the head and neck and are found to be squamous cell carcinoma in 90% of cases. Squamous cell carcinomas have a much greater chance of spreading (or metastasizing) in comparison to basal cell carcinomas. The lesion is often asymptomatic which makes oral cancer screenings imperative. It most commonly appears as a reddish skin plaque or ulcer that grows slowly. A cancer cell is one that doesn't turn off and keeps multiplying as a result of a genetic mutation to genes. These cells cannot repair themselves. Where can oral cancer appear in my mouth? Oral or mouth cancer most commonly involves the tongue. It may also occur on the floor of the mouth, cheek lining, gums , the roof of one's mouth, or the lips. They may arise from many types of tissue in the mouth including salivary glands and lymph tissue. What should I look for? Keep your eye out for a skin lesion, lump, or ulcer that does not go away for around 2 weeks. This may be a small lesion on the tongue, lip, or other mouth areas. It is usually pale colored, but potentially could be dark or discolored. An early warning sign may be a white patch called a "leukoplakia" or a red patch known as an "erythroplakia" on the soft tissues of the mouth. These lesions are usually painless initially, however, it may develop a burning sensation or pain when the tumor is advanced. Other symptoms to look for are tongue problems, hard time swallowing, and mouth sores. Pain may be a late symptom but most often oral cancers are painless. How can a dentist tell if a lesion is cancerous or not? A dentist can identify a potentially cancerous lesion. However, a biopsy is the only way to know for sure. Benign and malignant lesions can look identical to the eye. A noninvasive brush biopsy can be performed to rule out the presence of cancerous cells. The only definitive method for determining if cancerous or precancerous cells are present is through biopsy. The cells will then undergo microscopic evaluation to determine if they are indeed cancerous. What will happen if a lesion in my mouth is determined to be cancerous? Often times, all that is necessary is for a small sugical

Village of Jackson dedicates park and ride lot


After years of creating plans and gathering support, a park and ride lot and multi-use path was formally dedicated in the village of Jackson earlier this fall. The park and ride lot which has 131 total stalls is located on Apple Lane directly across from the Lake Hasmer access. A formal dedication was held Oct. 19 which included the presentation of colors by Boy Scout Troop 765. This has been a project that has been in the works before I was village president and its just nice to come to a conclusion, Jackson Village President Wendy Kannenberg said during the presentation. Brian Kober, director of public works for the village of Jackson, said the village received a Congestion, Mitigation and Air Quality grant in 2008 for the project. The project included the removal of a duplex and seeking approval of two Chapter 30 permits to adjust the floodplain to make the project possible. In addition, the property was inspected to see if there were any pioneer remnants that would be of historical value. Kober said that the project is designed so that someone could park their vehicle in the park and ride lot and then get on their bicycles and take the path all the way through key parts of the village. The path connects the park and ride lot to paths near a gas station and underneath Hwy. 45 which can lead to businesses west of the highway. The path will be maintained by the village. Were creating things that people can do for enjoyment and recreation. You have to start someplace to fulfill that commitment, Kober said. Afterward, Kober said the property previously included the duplex, several apple trees, and an outlot. Kober said it took the village approximately a year to get the grant. Kober said the Chapter 30 permit was needed to allow the village to move the floodplain. Kober said final approvals to allow the project to proceed were given in April. Once we got approvals, it didnt take long to construct it, Kober said. Kelly Valentino, Jackson joint parks and recreation director, noted the project is adjacent to Hwy. 45 and touted the potential economic benefits of the new development. The Baxter & Woodman firm provided engineering for the project. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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incision to be made to remove the lesion from the area in question. Radiation with or without chemotherapy can also be used in conjunction depending on the severity, stage, and size of the lesion. What puts you at a higher risk for developing cancer? People that are over 50 that drink heavily and smoke are at higher risk for oral cancer. Other risk factors are people that have been diagnosed with HPV or Human Papilloma Virus; which is a sexually transmitted disease which Michael Douglas recently associated with his throat cancer. Patients with poor diets or having had a higher exposure to radiation may also be at higher risk. We hope you will go to your dentist or come to us for your complimentary oral cancer screening. This is a disease that can be caught early and treated with a high level of success. We look forward to meeting you. At Hampton Dental we perform an oral cancer screening every time we meet a new patient and at each re-care visit! You may see examples of our dentistry at www.winterdental.com If you would like to read Dr. Winter's published articles go to publications type in: Username: visitor and Password: smile to access his articles and read about Dr. Winter's treatment options. Yours for great dental health, Dr. Richard Winter MAGD, DICOI Master Academy of General Dentistry Diplomate International Congress of Oral Implantologists Dr. Bruce Winter Board M.A.T.C. Associate Professor Marquette Dental School

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MENOMONEE FALLS POLICE BLOTTER


The following report was taken from records at the Menomonee Falls Police Department. Operating while intoxicated A 34-year-old woman was arrested for operating while intoxicated Nov. 13 in the 6100 block of Lannon Road. Police responded to the scene after receiving a Waukesha County report of a reckless driver. When village police arrived, Lannon officers were already on the scene with the suspect vehicle, which had run off the road just north of Hamilton High School. The woman was in an ambulance being treated for injuries when officers arrived. Theft A female complainant reported the theft of her i-Pad at the Tri-County YMCA, N84 W17501 Menomonee Ave., Nov. 12. Warrants A 38-year-old Menomonee Falls woman was taken into custody on a Waukesha County warrant (operating while intoxicated-third offense) at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 15 in the N7000 block of Lilly Road. She was placed in the county jail. A 30-year-old Menononee Falls woman was taken into custody on a Pewaukee warrant for operating after suspension at 1:18 p.m. Nov. 14 following a traffic stop at Main and Mill streets. A 21-year-old Milwaukee woman was taken into custody on two Mequon warrants at 9:10 a.m. Nov. 12 following a traffic stop at Main Street and Harrison Avenue. A 28-year-old Arkdale, Wis. woman was taken into custody on two warrantsone through the Columbia County Sheriff's Department and the other through Waukesha Countyat 4:32 p.m. Nov. 12 following a traffic stop at Bobolink Avenue and Kaul Avenue. A 25-year-old Jackson man was taken into custody on two Germantown warrants at 9:02 a.m. Nov. 13 following a traffic stop at Appleton Avenue and Shady Lane.

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David Stokes to bring winter animal program at Falls Library Dec. 7 David Stokes will present "Winter Wildlife: Who's Awake and Who's Not" at the Menomonee Falls Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 10:30 a.m. This fun and educational programwhich will include puppets and live creatureswill teach children about animals in winter. For more information, call the librarys Youth Desk at (262) 532-8917. Free Admission to Christmas Silver Tea & Christmas Cookie Sale The Miller-Davidson House at Old Falls Village will be festively-decorated in a Depression-Era Christmas theme of the 1930s for the holidays and open for visitors on Sunday, December 8 from 1-4 p.m. for the annual Silver Tea. The Menomonee Falls Historical Society will offer free admission, parking and refreshments for this event. Donations are gratefully accepted. A Christmas Cookie Bake Sale will be held in the Public House. Mrs. Santa will pay a visit and read stories to the children. Tour this lovely, restored home which was once the summer home of Emma Davidson of Harley-Davidson. Ladies, gentlemen and children will enjoy tea, coffee and homemade Christmas cookies as they savor the sights and smells of days gone by. The home will be decorated by the Menomonee Falls Garden Club and supported by Bank of Memories & Flowers and Shady Lane Greenhouse. The Miller-Davidson house anchors the 22 acre historical park at Old Falls Village. Built in 1858 in the Greek Revival style popular at the time, the house is built of locally quarried limestone with mortar lime coming from the lime kilns. The Miller-Davidson House, original to the site, is special in many ways beginning with an unusual arched foundation. In 1935 it was selected by the Federal Government's Historic American Building Survey. And in 1973 the National Register of Historic Places listed this beautiful early American farm home among those to be preserved for future generations. The house has not been restored to its original state but is presented as a house improved as lifestyles improved. It now houses an eclectic decorative arts collection. Old Falls Village is located at the corner of Hwy. Q and Pilgrim Road in Menomonee Falls. See www.oldfallsvillage.com for more information. Falls Patio Players holding auditions Dec. 9 and 10 Falls Patio Players is holding auditions for a cast of five women to play ages 35-70 for "The Dixie Swim Club. Auditions will be held at North Middle School Auditorium, N88 W16750 Garfield Drive, Menomonee Falls, Dec. 9 and 10. Individuals should prepare to read from the script. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for registration with auditions at 7 p.m. For more information, visit www.fallspatioplayers.com or contact Karen Reetz at fppkaren@att.net. Show dates are Feb. 7, 8,14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. Six tons of plastic collected Oct. 19 More than 12,000 pounds (6 tons) of plastic was diverted from the landfill and recycled through a collaboration with Johnson's Nursery, Inc. and Waukesha County at Johnson's Nursery, Inc. of Menomonee Falls. This recycling initiative held on Oct. 19 was open to both businesses and residents. "This recycling event provided local residents and businesses an opportunity to dispose of their landscape plastics sustainably," said Mr. Chad Johnson, President and owner of Johnson's Nursery, Inc. "We at Johnson's Nursery, Inc. are working to close the loop to continue our strong stewardship through best environmental practices." Residents and businesses were able to bring used plastic growing pots, plant trays, and plant containers free of charge for recycling. Three different types of plastics, high density polyethylene (#2), polypropylene (#5) and polystyrene (#6), make up most of these landscape plastics and were separated and palletized on site by Johnson's Nursery staff. A total of 52 half pallets totaling 6 tons of plastics were picked up on November 7, 2013 by East Jordan Plastics, Inc. of East Jordan, Michigan, one of the largest manufacturers of horticultural containers in North America. Johnson's Nursery, Inc. also has another 52 half pallets of these plastics that will soon be ready for pick up for recycling which will likely double these numbers and double the amount of plastics diverted from the landfill.

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WCYHA squirt a team second at Veterans Cup


WEST BEND, WI. The Washington County Youth Hockey Association Squirt "A" team came up just short in the championship game of the Great Lakes Tournament Series Veteran's Cup in Holland, Michigan losing to the Newmarket (Ontario, Canada) Redmen 4-2 on Sunday, November 10th. The team posted pool play victories over the Chicago (IL) Hawks (11-1) and the Indiana Jr. Ice (7-2) an recorded a 4-4 tie with the Newmarket Redmen, making the Squirt "A" Ice the top seed in the championship game. Newmarket opened up the scoring at the 7:37 mark of the first period. The Ice came back to knot up the contest at 1 with 49 seconds to go in the second period. Andrew Butler set up Landon MacDonald for a backhand goal over the out-stretched glove of Newmarket's goalie. Newmarket scored first in third period but the Ice came back to tie the game at 2 when Alex Fountain hit Matthew Grannan with a pass that Grannan turned into a goal at 4:31 mark. Newmarket scored the game winner with 28 seconds to play and added an empty net goal to secure the 4-2 victory. "It's great for the boys to see all of the different styles of hockey that are out there at this age level," said Head Coach Eddie MacDonald. "Hockey is always a learning experience and these boys learned a great deal this weekend about playing together and never giving up. I'm proud of each and every one of them." Other weekend highlights: Friday, November 8th, Game 1; Grannan scores 4 times and MacDonald tallies 3 as the Ice beat the Chicago (IL) Hawks 11-1. Saturday, November 9th, Game 2; Butler scores twice and has an assist in a 4-4 tie with the Newmarket (Ontario, Canada) Redmen. Saturday, November 9th, Game 3; Butler nets five goals and Easton Nick adds two assists to pace the Ice to a 7-2 win over the Indiana Jr. Ice. The Washington County Youth Hockey Association is a private non-profit hockey association. Through a dedicated staff of certified coaches the WCYHA strives to teach youth sportsmanship, ice skating, teamwork, build selfesteem, and develop discipline. WCYHA fields teams through high school aged youth, and supports and maintains the Kettle Moraine Ice Center in West Bend owned by the WCYHA. The WCYHA operates completely with volunteers dedicated to putting on a first class hockey program for the youth of the Washington County community.

Kohls to repay $2 million after dropping Woodland Prime plans


Kohls Corporation will pay back the $2 million it received from the village of Menomonee Falls as part of its planned development of a new headquarters in the Woodland Prime development in the eastern portion of the village. Kohls officials confirmed Nov. 21 that they were dropping plans for an entirely new headquarters and would instead expand at its current location location on near Silver Spring Drive in the village. Kohls will be purchasing two buildings near its existing headquarters. When reached for comment Nov. 27, Menomonee Falls Village Manager Mark Fitzgerald confirmed that Kohls would be paying back the $2 million it had received as part of the planned development in Woodland Prime. It was never in dispute, Fitzgerald said. Fitzgerald said there was language in the agreement between the village and Kohls that addressed what would happen if the project did not go forward. He also addressed the villages plans to develop Woodland Prime following the exit of Kohls. He said that once the land is deeded back to the village, the village will develop a strategy to market the property. Fitzgerald noted that prior to the work on the Kohls project, the village reached an agreement with the Eaton Corp. to locate its headquarters in the area. He said the area has tremendous potential, citing access to Hwy. 41/45 as one of the benefits. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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or bird watcher. Light up your winter containers. Fill a weather-proof planter with potting mix or play sand. Purchase greens from your favorite garden center or trim a few from your landscape. Stick the cut end of the greens in the potting mix or sand to create an attractive display. Add some colorful berries, decorative twigs and ribbon. Then add some height and light to your winter container with fiber optic solar lights. Place the container by your front steps for holiday visitors to enjoy day or night. Increase color and motion with the help of heated birdbaths. Attract greater numbers and variety of birds by providing water year round. Northern gardeners should consider heated birdbaths to insure water is available even during the coldest months. Further help the birds by adding a few stones or branches to the birdbath. This allows the birds to drink without getting wet; helping them to preserve their body heat. Create your own homemade outdoor lights. Line pathways, accent plantings or dress up fence posts with ice globe luminaries. Produce your own or purchase ready to make kits. Use colorful outdoor LED lights or tea candles to light up blocks or spheres of ice. You and your family will have fun creating these memorable nighttime accents. Add some livable art. Hang a few colorful and unique birdhouses in your backyard. They provide color and whimsy to the winter garden and will be ready for your feathered friends to move in this spring. Include a gingerbread house for the birds. Hang decorative birdseed houses from a shepherds crook or tree branch. Be sure to place it in an area where you and the birds can enjoy the decorative treat. Look for a sheltered, but open area where the birds can watch for predators while enjoying their winter feast. Move your holiday tree outdoors. Place your cut tree in a snow bank, vacant spot in the garden or make it part of your bird feeding station. The tree provides some extra greenery in the often drab winter landscape as well as shelter for the visiting birds. Then add a few of those birdseed ornaments for added food and winter decoration. Gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist Melinda Myers hosts The Great Courses How to Grow Anything DVD series and the nationally syndicated Melindas Garden Moment segments. Myers is also a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine. Myers web site, www.melindamyers.com, offers gardening videos and tips.

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Boys basketball: Hamilton opens season with two wins


Brady Ellingson got off to a fast start for Hamilton, scoring 32 points as the Chargers topped Waukesha Catholic Memorial 60-36 in the Nov. 22 season opener. Ellilngson opened the game with a threepoint basket and converted 11 of 22 field goal attempts. A layup by Ellingson with 6:01 left in the second quarter gave Hamilton 21-10 lead. The Chargers then held a lead between nine and 11 points throughout the rest of the quarter. Hamilton then outscored the Crusaders in the third and fourth quarters to seal its first win of the season. Dan Lunowa and Mitch Gervain both added six points for the Chargers. Afterwards, Hamilton Coach Andy Cerroni noted that Ellingson is the only player who started all of last of season. "We didn't know what to expect," Cerroni said, noting that Catholic Memorial had eighth returning letter winners. Cerroni said he came in wanting his team to come out ahead with more rebounds and opportunities at the free throw line. Hamilton followed that win with a 55-32 victory over Lake Mills Nov. 26. Ellingson led Hamilton with 18 points while Jacob Rink added 11 points.

Boys hockey: Ice Bears split first two games


The Ice Bears high school hockey team split its first two games of the season. The Bears opened the season with a 9-3 loss to Homestead Nov. 22. The Highlanders scored three goals in each period. The Ice Bears rebounded with a 4-3 win over Greendale the next evening. The Bears trailed 3-2 after two periods but a third period goal sent the game into over time, where the Bears scored to win their first game of the season. The Ice Bears are comprised of players from Menomonee Falls, Germantown, Hamilton, Hartford, Slinger and West Bend high schools. The team plays its home games at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center in West Bend.

Hamiltons Brady Ellingson (22) is guarded by two Waukesha Catholic Memorial players in the season opener Nov. 22. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.
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B OATS & RECRE ATIONA L 4 MILLION LIQUIDATION! 200 PONTOONS & FIBERGLASS MUST GO! BUY IT, TRADE IT, STORE IT FOR FREE! PAY LATER! THIS SALE WILL NOT LAST! FINANCE 866-955-2628. americanmarine.com WE BUYBOATS/RV/PONTOONS/SLED/ ATVs & MOTORCYCLES! "CASH PAID" NOW. AMERICAN MARINE & MOTORSPORTS SUPER CENTER, SHAWANO 866-9552628 www.americanmarina.com TRAILERS TRAILERS @ LIQUIDATION PRICING. FOR BOAT, ATV, SLED OR PONTOONS. 2 OR 4 PLACE/OPEN OR ENCLOSED. AMERICAN MARINE, SHAWANO. 866-955-2628 www.americanmarina.com EMP LOYMENT SEASONAL FULL-TIME POSITIONS For Welders, Press Operators, Assemblers. Avg. Compensation w/ Incentive Pay & OT. Info: jobcenterofwisconsin.com John Deere Horicon Works BUS INES S OPPORTUNITY Paid in Advance! Make up to $1000 a week mailing brochures from home! Helping home workers since 2001! Genuine opportunity! NO experience required. Start immediately! www.mailingnetwork.net FOOD SHARIS BERRIES - Order Mouthwatering Gifts! SAVE 20% on qualifying gifts over $29! Fresh Dipped Berries starting at $19.99! Visit www.berries.com/happy or Call 888-479-6008 SERVICE S OFFE RED INJURED IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT? Call InjuryFone for a free case evaluation. Never a cost to you. Dont wait, call now! 800-741-6196 MISC. FOR SALE PERSONAL CREATIONS Personalized holiday gifts. Order now for 25% off your order of $19.00 or more (regular priced). To redeem this offer, visit www.PersonalCreations.com/ba rgin or Call 800-718-0922 HEATING/ COOLING The Official iHeater - Quality, efficient, portable infrared heaters. SAVE up to 50% on heating bills this season. Only $159 and FREE shipping. Call today. 800-380-2513 LOTS/ACREAGE FOR SALE BY OWNER: Near Copper Harbor & Lake Medora, MI. 320 Wooded Acres. $699 per acre OBO. CFR tax. Terms Available. Will divide. 715-4782085 PET S AKC COCKER SPANIEL PUPS Minis too. A1 companions. Visa or pymts? 920-563-3410 www.pennylanecockerspaniel. com LAB PUPS: AKC/OFA/NFC. Shots & dewormed. Yellow and Black. Born 10/29/13. G. Schulz 920-526-3512

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SALES/MARKETING
5827 N. 95th Ct., Milwaukee, WI 53225 414-463-5734 Fax 414-463-6240

DRIVERS
DELIVERY DRIVER
AND

SKILLED TRADES

Innovative Countertop Fabrication FULL-TIME SALES ASSOCIATE


We are looking for a motivated and detail oriented individual to join our sales team. Experience in the construction industry is preferred but not required. We offer competitive wages and benefits to all full-time employees. If you are interested or want more information, please call Kim @414-463-5734 or e-mail your resume to info@mwtops.com

MISC. WAREHOUSE
Must have a good driving record, be able to lift up to 50 pounds, and have scheduling flexibility. Hours vary between 7am-7pm Mon-Fri.
Part-Time - Please send a resume to:

P.O. Box 335-KU Germantown, WI 53022 or UbertK@discoverhometown.com


NO WALK-INS OR PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Manufacturing Tech Maintenance CNC Machining Mold Making

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GENERAL EMPLOYMENT
Germantown School District The Food & Nutrition Department
has immediate openings for

Substitutes & Servers


$12.35/$13.35 per hour respectively If intererested apply at the Germantown School District Office N104 W13840 Donges Bay Road Germantown, WI 53022 or on WECAN https://services.education.wisc.edu/ wecan/staff/login/form2.cfm

Now Hiring Housekeepers Starting pay $10 plus tips & bonuses As a Housekeeper you will assist customers with maintaining their household, these tasks include: cleaning, laundry, dishes, ironing, organizing, personal shopping, etc. This job will require good problem solving skills and the ability to work independently. Requirements: GED/High School Diploma and Valid Drivers License with Proof of Insurance. Qualified candidates call 262-432-2365 or fill out an application at http://pomcs.com/about-us/ employment-opportunities/

SKILLED TRADES
FULL TIME

CNC Operator/Machinist
(PROGRAM SETUP OPERATE)
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Nursing Opportunities
CAREGIVERS
Part Time Positions
Capri Communities is the premier provider of senior living in southeastern Wisconsin and is now accepting applications for CNAs/Caregivers at The Gables of Germantown - Engel Haus Assisted Living (RCAC) located in Germantown, WI.

Setup and operation of a variety of CNC machining centers (VMC and/or HMC) in our machine shop, as well as program using Mastercam X6; CNC Programming, Setup and Operation; interpret prints, sketches, and models; verify machined parts to customer specifications Position demands an individual who can work in a fast-paced/multi-tasking environment who is able to meet daily deadlines. Applicant should have a H.S. diploma, be able to accurately use a caliper and micrometer, read blue prints, and generally able to lift over 50 lbs. Position may require overtime. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age or disability. Mastercam programming experience a plus! www.moldstar.com/employment.html please mail or email resume to hr@moldstar.com PERFORMANCE MOLD PRODUCTS, INC. Attention: HR N116 W18515 Morse Dr. Germantown, WI 53022

CNA
Full Time PM Position

CNA
Part Time NOC Position

Advanced Disposal is looking for qualified individuals who share our same passion for the environmental services industry. Advanced Disposal, an equal opportunity employer, offers competitive wages and benefits. Apply today!
POSITIONS OPEN ARE: Operations Coordinator Dispatcher Diesel Mechanics Maintenance Supervisor Sales Representative CDL Drivers Helper/Hangers

CNA
3/4 Weekend Premium Pay Positions

Caregivers - Part Time - Any Shift


Our Caregivers play a critical role in the care and lifestyle of our residents, assisting with activities of daily living, light housekeeping and meal service. High School diploma or equivalent, CNA license and/or 2 yrs experience a plus, reliable transportation, attendance and flexible schedule needed. Please send resume to blerch@capricommunities.com Or apply in person at

NURSES
RN/LPN

FLEXIBLE POOL POSITIONS


Please apply in person or call for further information

The Gables of Germantown Engel Haus, N109 W17110 Ava Circle, Germantown, WI 53022
(on Division Road south of Mequon Road). No phone calls, please www.capricommunities.com EOE

Hartford Healthcare Center


A long-term care & rehabilitation facility

1202 East Sumner St., Hartford, WI 53027

262.673.2220
Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Workplace/EOE

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS


FULL AND PART TIME!

We are actively seeking qualified, energetic, quality conscious individuals for fabricating positions on our production streets.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!

Mayville Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking qualified Certified Nursing Assistants to join our caring team. All shifts are available. WI Certification is required; prior experience is preferred.

PART TIME/FULL TIME - ALL SHIFTS Ellens Home in Port Washington & Germantown is looking for dependable professionals who love working with the elderly. Top wages & benefit pkg. Sign on bonus.
Apply in person at: W150 N11127 Fond du Lac Ave. Germantown 1800 Granite Lane Port Washington or Email to: ellenshome2@wi.twcbc.com

MAYVILLE NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER


305 Clark Street Mayville
Interested candidates can apply at the center and get a tour visit us at www.extendicare.com to apply online.

HELGESEN INDUSTRIES HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR: WELDERS CNC LATHE OPERATOR ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR BRAKE PRESS
Benefits include:
Competitive salary Bonus Program after six 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:

Extendicare... "Helping people live better"


EOE/Drug Free Workplace

WEEKLY NEWSPAPER CARRIERS

WANTED:

Helgesen Industries, Inc.


7261 Hwy. 60 West, Hartford, WI 53027 262-709-4444 Email address: hr@helgesen.com EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE www.helgesen.com

Walking & Driving Routes Available in Menomonee Falls, Germantown and Sussex
Apply in person to fill out an application at: Express News 9077 Deerbrook Trail Brown Deer WI 53223
Any questions email rubert@discoverhometown.com
THIS IS AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR POSITION

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HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Competent, Compassionate & Reliable CNAs or CBRF Certified Personnel

CAREGIVERS
ALL SHIFTS

Part Time & Full Time

Providing supports that build bridges between individuals and their communities

$30 ADULTS | $12 CHILDREN 5-12 YEARS | 4 & UNDER FREE


Honey Cajun Roasted Turkey Breast, Ginger Glazed Ham, Traditional Herb Bread Stuffing with Chestnuts, Buttery Yukon Gold Mash Potatoes, Homemade Apple Sauce, Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup, Salads, Fruit Display, Cheese and Sausage Display, Smoked Trout and Salmon, Peel and Eat Shrimp, Crab Legs, Breakfast and Brunch Entrees, Fresh Farm Omelet Station, Fresh Vegetable Egg Frittata, Waffle Station, Stuffed Cinnamon Rolls with Bacon with Very Berry Syrup, Hickory Smoked Bacon, Maple Sausage, Allgauers Breakfast Potatoes with peppers, Cajun and Dijon Crusted Pork Loin, Decadent Sweet Table, Kiddies Buffet & much, much more!

WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA


Bridges of Wisconsin is looking for dependable, kind, compassionate individuals to assist in supporting adults with developmental disabilities & children with behavioral challenges related to special needs. Full time & part time, 2nd & 3rd shift positions available. Includes every other weekend. Must be at least 18 yrs old & have a reliable, licensed, insured vehicle. Call 262338-4941 ext 33.

Call Jessie at 262-644-5926 or stop by and fill out an application


227 E. Washington St. Slinger

Autumn Oaks

Reserve Now!

414.577.5000
www.bechtelslandscape.com

4455 Hwy 144 SLINGER

(262) 644-9486

open year round


Pick Up & Delivery Available

Mon. thru Fri. 7am-4pm Sat. 8am-1pm WHOLESALE & RETAIL DELIVERY

YOUR SOURCE FOR LANDSCAPING SUPPLIES

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00

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BOUT A K CORD OR SMALLER S A R E T W IN KING IS AVAILABLE OC L M E H 3 face cords = 1 full cord

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