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Audrey Juds, a longtime resident of New Berlin, has worked over 25 years covering the city as a reporter, editor and columnist. Contact her at

New Berlin Lioness hold Meet & Greet Sunday, May 4

The New Berlin Lioness will hold a Meet & Greet Membership Drive Sunday, May 4, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the New Berlin Public Library Community Room. Some of the organizations the Lioness have helped over the years include New Berlin Police Dept., Hope Center, New Berlin Food Pantry, Back to School Family, Back Pack Project, Leader Dog, Blood Center of Wisconsin, New Berlin Scholarship Fund, American Red Cross,among others. In order to continue their service mission,they are looking to attract new members to their organization. If you are interested in meeting new people, looking for new experiences, helping others, making an impact at home and around the world, then you may want to be a New Berlin Lioness. You are invited to stop in, say hi, enjoy some snacks and beverages, and learn what the Lioness are all about Then you may want to be a New Berlin Lioness. The Lioness can be contacted

Rotary sponsors Candidate Forum Saturday

The Rotary Club of New Berlin is sponsoring its sixth annual candidate forum Saturday, March 22, at the New Berlin West High School Library, 18695 W. Cleveland Ave. It will start at 12:30 p.m. with Common Council candidate Charles Garrigues challenging Alderman Laura Kavala. New Berlin School Board candidates will follow from 1 to 2 p.m., where Amy Crosby is challenging incumbents Art Marquardt and Dave Maxey. Direct access to the library is from the west side of the building. A copy of the forum will be available at the New Berlin Library.

New Berlin Lioness present their 36th Annual Champagne Breakfast

The breakfast, which is considered the best deal in town, will be held Sunday, April 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Holy Apostles Gymnasium, on 159th Street just north of National Avenue.  The menu includes fruit pancake roll-ups, scrambled eggs, hash brown potatoes, hot ham, sausage, fresh fruit cups, rolls, desserts and beverages.  There also is a separate serving line for seconds.  Tickets are $9:50 at the door for adults; $2.50 for children under 12, and free for those under 5. All proceeds go to the Wisconsin Lions Foundation Camp in Rosholt, WI for children and adults with special needs. 

Rotarians' candidate forum precedes a murder mystery

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Milwaukee Showcase Chorus includes a salute to the USO

The Milwaukee Showcase Chorus, in which I sing, has a great  performance lined up for Saturday, Nov. 17. It  will be held at 7:30 p.m. on the north side of town -- at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, located at 4257 N. 100th St. (just north of Capitol Dr.)

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