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  BLINDS, SHADES, SHUTTERS, DRAPES & MORE! Get a Free Set of Drapery Panels with Your Window Coverings Purchase!* BUDGET BLINDS MAKES IT EASY TO ADD STYLE TO YOUR SURROUNDINGS. *Minimum purchase of $500 retail value on window treatments by Budget Blinds® to qualify for free set of stock drapery panels. One set of free drapery panels per cus-tomer, retail value of up to $200. Ask for details. Drapery hardware and installation not included. At participating franchises only. Some restrictions may apply. Offer goodat initial time of estimate only. Limited time only. ©2014 Budget Blinds, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Budget Blinds is a trademark of Budget Blinds, Inc. and Home FranchiseConcepts Brands. Each franchise independently owned and operated.  ® CONTACT BUDGET BLINDSOF WASHINGTON COUNTY budgetblinds.com262-309-6710 EXPLORE YOUR CHOICESPROFESSIONALINSTALLATIONPROFESSIONALMEASURINGBEST WARRANTYin THE INDUSTRY Volume 13, Issue 44 ã November 8, 2014 (262) 238-6397 ã www.discoverhometown.com Your first source for local news, sports, and advertising 7259Sleepy Hollow Rd.West Bend, WI53090 (262) 334-1906 W63 N127Washington Ave.Cedarburg, WI53012 (262) 377-1906 www.kettlemoraineappliance.com  Hartford/Slinger West Bend/Jackson C  ALLING  A  LL H OME I MPROVEMENT B USINESSES ! Call Melissa at 262-238-6397 to reserve your booth! invites you to the 2015 Feb. 27-28& March 1 State meet results. See page 7. V ETERAN ’ S  D AY  ..................................4-5 S ENIOR  H EALTH ....................................8 H OME  I MPROVEMENT ..................................10 C LASSIFIEDS ..............................11-12 E MPLOYMENT ..............................13-15 NEWS Copper Box atSchauer Center: Connecting southern soul,zydeco, and electrifyingimprovisation, the award-winning power quartetCopper Box brings theirblend of accordion musicto the Schauer Arts &Activities Center on Friday,Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. Tickets tosee Copper Box are $22for premium seating and$19 for standard seating.Seats are limited. Cash barat 7 p.m. Tickets can bepurchased at the SchauerCenter Box OfficeMonday through Fridayfrom 11:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. and Saturday from11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at147 N. Rural Street inHartford, charge by phoneat (262) 670-0560, ext. 3or online atSchauerCenter.org. Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ExpressNewsHome ã Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/HometownExpressNews Love Light Tree sub-missions: Donor formsfor inclusion on the mem-ory/honor board for the28th annual Love LightTree at Froedtert & theMedical College ofWisconsin St. Joseph’sHospital are requested byNov. 14. See page 6.Washington County voters turnedout in large numbers for the 2014general election Nov. 4.According to information fromthe Washington County Clerk’soffice, 66,335 county residents —78.54 percent of registered voters inthe county —cast ballots in the elec-tion. County voters followed pasttrends in the county, siding withRepublican Party candidates bylarge margins. In the election for gov-ernor and lieutenant governor, ScottWalker and Rebecca Kleefischreceived 75.87 percent of countyvotes (50,240 ballots) to 23.40 per-cent for Democratic Party candidatesMary Burke and John Lehman(15,494 ballots). Statewide,Walker/Kleefisch received 52 per-cent of the vote while Burke/Lehmanreceived 47 percent of the vote. In the race for attorney general,Republican Brad Schimel, theWaukesha County District Attorney,received 48,603 votes inWashington County (75.15 percent).Democratic Party candidate and Jefferson County District Susan Happreceived 14,715 votes inWashington County (22.75 percent).Statewide, Schimel won by a 52-45percent margin. Republican Party challenger forSecretary of State Julian Bradleyreceived support in WashingtonCounty, as he received 45,296 votes(70.39 percent)while DemocraticParty incumbent Doug La Follettereceived 17,236 votes (26.78 per-cent). Statewide, La Follette was re-elected by a 50-46 percent margin. In the election for state Treasurer,Republican Matt Adamczyk received46,397 county votes (72.82 per-cent) while Democrat David L.Sartori received 14,665 votes(23.02 percent). Statewide,Adamczyk won by an 49-45 margin. In the one Assembly election con-tested by the two major parties,Republican Janel Brandtjen received4,766 votes (78.38 percent) whileDemocrat Jesse Read received 1,311votes (21.56 percent). The districtincludes portions of Richfield andErin along with several communitiesin Waukesha County. Rep. DanKnodl (R-Germantown) faced noopposition in the 24th district whileRepublican Assembly candidatesBob Gannon (58th district), JesseKremer (59th district) and RobertBrooks (60th district) were faced noopposition on the ballot. IncumbentSheriff Dale Schmidt and Clerk ofCircuit Court Theresa Russell alsofaced no opposition.  —Compiled by Thomas J.McKillen, Managing Editor  Strong voter turnout in county for Nov. 4 election Gov. Scott Walker, pictured dur-ing an event in Germantown Oct.8, was re-elected governor Nov.4. More than 50,000 county res-idents voted for Walker. Photo by Thomas J. 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Greenfield Ave. (Corner of National & Greenfield 1 mile east of State Fair) ã 414-257-2002 CHURCH LISTINGS JACKSONSTILLWATERS COMMUNITYUNITED METHODISTCHURCH 3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311 www.stillwaterschurch.comContemporary Services. Worship: Saturday5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am. Staffed Nursery &Sunday School provided at all services. NEOSHOFAITH BIBLE ALLIANCE CHURCH W2799 Lehman Rd, Neosho, WI 53059Rev. Ken White, 920-625-3538fbacoffice@gmail.com (http://gmail.com)Worship Service 10:15am Nursery providedWed. 6:30pm Awana 3yr-6th grade;Ignition Youth Group: 7th-12th grade WESTBENDST. JOHN’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 809 South 6th Avenue, West Bend262-334-4901 ã www.stjohnswestbend.org Worship Wed. & Sat. 6pm;Sun. 8am, 9:30am & 11am For more information on how tohave your church’s services listedhere, please call  262-238-6397  Deadline: 3pm Wednesday Why Pay More For Your MRI ScanKeep more of your healthcare dollars in your own pocket 1016 Gateway Court, West Bend, WI 53095 Located in Paradise Plaza (262) 334-7674 Only ACR AccreditedOpen MRI in WashingtonCountyParticipate with mostinsurance companiesMR CertifiedTechnologists / BoardCertified RadiologistsServing your Communityfor the past 12 years upto 75 % OFF What otherscharge  ASKUSHOW November 8, 2014 Visit discoverhometown.com for daily updates on Local News Page 3  Page 4 Visit discoverhometown.com for daily updates on Local News November 8, 2014   visit our website: www.phillipfuneralhome.com P  Phillip Funeral Homes, Inc. Paradise Cremation Services 1420 W.Paradise Dr.West Bend,WI 53095 ã 262-338-2050  119 Kettle Moraine Dr.S.Slinger,WI 53086 ã 262-644-5296  On Veterans Day, we salute the brave men and womenof our Armed Forces for their past and continued serviceto our country. Their courage, dedication and patriotismmake us proud to be Americans. Thanks, veterans, fordefending our freedom and our ideals.    W152 N8645 Margaret Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI ã 262-255-8460  THANK YOU VETERANS! KELLKELL Y SPRINGFIELD Y SPRINGFIELDMICHELINMICHELINBRIDGESTONEBRIDGESTONEFIRESTONEFIRESTONE THE TIRE PROFESSIONALS YOUR COMMERCIAL& RETAIL TIRE DEALER  Ask for Scott (414)(414) 354-2979354-2979 10525 W. Donges Ct. We sell & repair  ATV & Snow Tires 262.437.0036 F  AX   262.437.0141  W175 N11163 S TONEWOOD D R  .S UITE 229 ã G ERMANTOWN ã Automobile ã Recreation Vehiclesã Home ã Lifeã Motorcycle ã And More! OV ER  20 Y E A R S  OF E X P ER IENCE LET US DO YOUR  insurance shopping  FOR YOU! FLOORING N95 W17055 Falls ParkwayMenomonee Falls,Wisconsin 53051Phone 262.255.1400Fax 262.255.6290 Malkins.com STORES 1200 E. Commerce Blvd.Slinger, WI1411 E. Sumner St.Hartford, WIW188 N10963 Maple Rd.Germantown, WI 262-345-3263  direct  414-254-2133  cell  GAILKRAJEWSKI  N80 W14808 Appleton Ave #100 Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 UW-WC Celebrates Veterans DayStudent Veterans Club to host event West Bend, WI – The Student VeteransClub at UW-Washington County (UW-WC) ismaking plans to commemorate Veterans Dayon Tuesday, November 11, with a ceremonythat begins at noon in the campus theatre. Allarea veterans and their families, as well as thegeneral public are welcome to attend. Noreservations are needed. Snacks and refresh-ments, will be served by the Veterans Club, fol-lowing the ceremonyAccording to Jon Barker, President of theUW-WC Student Veterans Club, the 40-minutepresentation will include colors, provided bythe local VFW and a keynote address. Thespeaker is John Kleinmaus. John served in theU.S. Army from 1966 to 1969. In May 1967,he was stationed in the Central Highlands ofVietnam where he was assigned to the 704thMaintenance Battalion of the 4th InfantryDivision. In February 1968 during the TETOffensive, he was slightly wounded having sus-tained shrapnel in the face and chest.Returning home in May 1968, he wasassigned to the Combat DevelopmentCommand at Fort Ord, California where hespent the next 18 months. It was there that hemet Donna Johnson, who is also an Army vet-eran. They were married in September 1969.After the service, they settled in Wisconsin andstarted their family. Today, their familyincludes 2 children, 8 grandchildren, and onegreat-grandson. John joined the VFW in 2002 and in2009 he was elected Commander of VFWPost 1393 in West Bend. Active in the WestBend community, he serves on the committeefor the West Bend Memorial Day Parade andfor Military Day at the Washington CountyFair. John also has a passion to reach theyouth in our community. Though the VFW Postin West Bend, he is actively involved with aCub Scout pack, a Little League team, andgroup of young people called “the YoungPatriots of Washington County”. It is this groupthat has entertained veterans throughout theState performing in parades, doing USOshows, and welcoming home the veterans onthe Stars & Stripes Honor Flights.In addition, John travels to numerousschools throughout the state, speaking to stu-dents as the VFW State of Wisconsin Chairmanfor the Patriot’s Pen and for the Voice ofDemocracy scholarship programs. He is anadvocate for the Student Veterans of Americaand is involved with the students at UW-WCand MPTC.For more information, contact Pam Schmittin Student Affairs, pam.schmitt@uwc.edu orphone 262-335-5207. UW-WashingtonCounty is located at 400 University Drive inWest Bend. Free parking is available in theupper lot.
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