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Your first source for local news, sports, and advertising Follow us on Twitter: ã Like us on Facebook: Blood drive: LutheranChurch of the LivingChrist, located at W156N10660 Pilgrim Road inGermantown, will be host-ing a blood driveSaturday, Nov. 8 from 9a.m. to 1 p.m. To donate,one must be at least 16years old, 110 poundsand in good health. Toschedule an appointmentcall Tim at (262) 361-2447. Walk-ins welcome.See page 6. Health care program: The Germantown SeniorCenter will be offering aninformational class onUnited HealthcareWednesday, Nov. 12 at 9a.m. To make a reserva-tion, stop in at SeniorCenter or call (262) 253-7799.See page 10. B  Y  N IKKI A CKERMAN S TAFF W RITER Members of Germantown’s St.Boniface Catholic School communitycame together Oct. 17 and 18 tomake 4,014 Dutch apple pies for theirannual fundraiser.Run like a well-oiled machine, theassembly line of pie-making beginsbright and early–at 5:30 a.m.!–thefirst day, running until 9 p.m., and thentakes place for another long day thatSaturday in the school gym.Approximately 440 volunteers donat-ed their time to make the magic hap-pen.Started in 2009 by fundraiserchair Deanna Meyer, the pie sale wascreated as a way to set apart St.Boniface from other schools when itcomes to fundraisers.“Instead of selling wrappingpaper and magazines, we wanted tobe known as the homemade apple pieschool,” said Meyer. “People just loveit; we already have orders for nextyear.”Volunteers consisted of parents,parishioners, high school students andchildren, and the mood in the schoolgym was festive as a bell rang hourlywhen the count of completed pies wasannounced. “The best thing is the communitycomes out for fun and fellowship,”said fundraiser co-chair Lori Loof. “Pluswe are able to raise money for theschool.” (Pies can also be donated toEllen's Home, the VFW and the St.Boniface Food Pantry.)With more than 250 bushels ofapples from Richfield orchard PineHills, the process starts with peeling,coring and slicing sections, then moveson to a “quality control” area wherethe apples are inspected. From therethey go to what helpers call the “sugarshack” where they are placed in ashell and covered with a butter crumbtopping. Finally, the pies are boxedand delivered to or picked up by theindividuals who pre-ordered them.Every year it is a huge undertaking A sweet success: St. Boniface sells more than4,000 homemade apple pies for annual fundraiser  The pie crusts created for the recent apple pie fund raiser at St. Bonifacewere filled with apples and covered with a butter, sugar and cinnamontopping from volunteers at the “sugar shack” area.Photo by NikkiAckerman. Turn to page 10  Page 2 Visit for daily updates on Local News October 25, 2014   Getting tired of the road construction? Take a break fromthe stress of driving and ride in the comfort of the WCCEdeluxe motor coach to downtown Milwaukee, MarquetteUniversity, Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, VA MedicalCenter and the Milwaukee Research Park. 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Stats.128.21 Local Attorney Todd A. Koenig, representing Wisconsin residents inBankruptcy Court for over 22 years. For Washington County residents, finaldocuments can be signed at your home. October 25, 2014 Visit for daily updates on Local News Page 3 The following will be offered bythe Germantown Senior Center,W162 N11960 Park Avenue.ã Health screening–A healthscreening is offered the fourthWednesday of every month, from10:30 to 11:30 a.m. A registerednurse from Community MemorialHospital will take seniors' blood pres-sure and answer any questions abouthealth.ã Elderly benefit specialist–Elderlybenefit specialist Jennifer Fechtercomes to the Senior Center the secondTuesday and fourth Thursday of eachmonth from 9:30 to 3 p.m. Sheanswers questions about medicareand medical assistance, supplements,all community-based services, housingand tax information. To schedule anappointment, call the Senior Center.For more information, call theWashington County Dept. on Aging at1-877-306-3030 or (262) 335-4497.ã Card groups–Players and subsare needed for the Senior Center'sCanasta and 500 card groups whichmeet every other Friday at 12:30 p.m.and for the Tuesday 12:30 p.m.sheepshead group. Call ArdenFessenbecker at (262) 628-1123 orLorrane French at (262) 251-0617 forcanasta; Millie Clawitter at (262)251-3090 for 500; and Bob Benningat (262) 255-1628 for sheepshead.ã Bridge/Hand & Foot–A Bridgegroup meets Thursdays at 12:30 p.m.and a Hand & Foot group Fridays at12:30 p.m. The senior center can be reachedat (262) 253-7799. GermantownSenior Centerweekly programs   N  N  ORORTH TH  ✰ SS T T  AR AR  L L OANSOANS 6215 N. 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The film is aboutProhibition and her grandmother whogot involved with bootlegging andprostitution in gangland Chicago andNorthern Wisconsin. This program isfree and open to the public in theCommunity/Meeting Room on the firstfloor. For more information, pleasecall Karen at 262-532-8912 or checkonline at Falls Public Library,W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road,Menomonee Falls.The Christian Women's Society ofSt. Gabriel Parish, Hubertus, areholding their Country Craft Fair onSunday, Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Attendees can start their Christmasshopping early while enjoying thecrafts, silent auction, can raffle, bakesale and a raffle for a handmadequilt and cash raffle. The Christian Women's famousbarbecue, hot dogs and drinks willbe available also. Free admission.St. Gabriel is located on the south-east corner of Hwy 164 andHubertus Road.   Prohibition program at Falls Library Oct. 29 St. Gabriel craftfair set for Nov. 9
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