Today's New Berlin NOW.com (Community Watch) conveys that Alderman Poshepny, who has been in the hospital since Sunday, is scheduled to come home on Wednesday.
Half of Matt Thomas’ New Berlin NOW blog postings since January 22 mentioned me and had my name in the headings.One would think a school board officer/president could find lots of topics other than me to write about. How about educational issues at the local, state or federal level, for starters? Or isn’t he interested in such things? There were numerous recognitions on the agenda of the April 28 New Berlin School Board Meeting. Someone should blog about it. So, here goes:
MADD’s mission is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of violent crime, and prevent underage drinking.
On this special day for mothers, I'd like to share the following* -------
Congratulations to Wayne Hamilton, who was presented with the 2008 Citizen of the Year award* on April 22 by Mayor Chiovatero.
Matt Thomas’ May 17 The Right Side of New Berlin blog (on New Berlin NOW) features an e-mail message from Keith Heun, in which Heun retracts several comments he had posted May 3-6 to Thomas’ blog about me, some other persons, and the ACLU.
Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker and Waukesha County Executive Dan Vrakas are declaring Saturday, May 31, 2008 “Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties Support Our Troops Day”.
My previous blog post about Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties Support Our Troops Day (Saturday, May 31) mentioned two scheduled events: 1) The 2008 RIDE for the Wheelchair Games, a motorcycle rally to raise awareness and funds to send Wisconsin paralyzed veterans to the 28th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Omaha, Nebraska and 2) Reclaiming Our Heritage, a free-admission, living history event with encampments from all the major military eras in U.S. history.
Here's more information I've received about the 2008 RIDE for the Wheelchair Games. The day's event includes:
8-8:45 am Famous Dave's breakfast at the sign-in at the House of Harley (62nd & Layton in Greenfield)
8:30-9:12 am, explanation of day's events, speech from Sheriff Clarke
9:12-9:15 am, leave to the VA grounds. There the rally will lead the Positively Patriotic Parade for Reclaiming Our Heritage
Escorted memorial procession leaves the VA to tour past veteran memorials in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties.