The following is posted at the request of E.W. Luther Elementary School parent Linda Bellis:
Hello Luther Families,
I have not been told that such an ordinance is currently in the minds of the city officials of
There is lots of exciting news to report this week. First, Debbie Branger and her family will be operating the concessions stand at Grant Park Beach in South Milwaukee. This is a beautiful sandy beach and offers a great opportunity to swim in Lake Michigan or just hang out and get a nice tan. The concessions will be open Monday - Friday from 3:30 to 8 pm and Saturday - Sunday from noon to 8 pm. What a fun time!
And speaking of fun, mark your calendar for Thursday, July 23rd for South Milwaukee's "Evening on the Avenue". The event is centered around the area of Milwaukee Ave and 10th Avenue and runs from 4 to 9 pm. The Friends of Mill Pond will be selling Duck Race Tickets. There will be music, entertainment, children's activities and food. And for those who have contacted me asking for more info on our local Garlic Mustard Pickers -- this band will be playing some fine Celtic Music at this event! I know I will not want to miss it.
South Milwaukee: . Schedule of Events at the Brown Pavilion, Grant Park • Areas 5 & 6. Sponsored By: City of South Milwaukee. Schedule: 10:00 a.m. – Call to Colors; 10:10 a.m. – Kids Bicycles and Coaster Decoration Parade; 11:00 a.m. – Kids races, games and penny scramble followed by and for ALL KIDS!! . – Spectacular Fireworks Display. Food will be served by of Commerce. Beverages will be served by the Johnny Mo’s Bar & Grill. PJ’s Variety will be there selling candy, snap pops, etc. in the brown pavillion. Live Music from 1 p.m to 9:15 p.m.
As you enjoy this day with family or friends, cookouts, camping, fireworks, parades and the like, please find the time to reflect on the reason we celebrate this day. We are a proud nation, one where we can express our different thoughts and views, one where we can have religious freedom, one where our soldiers continue to fight for the Freedom we enjoy, one where we take a day out of the year to celebrate a birthday, not “just another year”, one birthday that will continue to be another year to celebrate our freedom, one where we can be thankful for the Freedom we enjoy!
Kiddie bike and costume parades, wheelbarrow and shoe scramble races, ice cream and Cracker Jacks, bouncy games, brats and beer, and live music.
The annual South Milwaukee Fourth of July fun at Grant Park went off as successfully usual, thanks to the South Milwaukee Parks & Rec Department, Fire and Police departments, volunteers with numerous organizations, including Friends of Grant Park, Friends of Mill Pond, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. But no thanks to the County of Milwaukee. Yet another victim of County budget cuts.
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Now let’s look at indirect 100,000 sq ft or larger zoning ordinance called a “Big Box” ordinance.
Evening on the Avenue: Check out music, entertainment, children’s activities, food, community vendors and resources. A raffle will benefit South Milwaukee Human Concerns. Enjoy Celtic music by the Garlic Mustard Pickers. Visit the Friends of Mill Pond to purchase Duck Race tickets and other items. Come to Milwaukee Avenue at 10th Avenue in South Milwaukee from 4 to 9 p.m. for an evening of fun on July 23!
South Milwaukee Downtown Market Launches July 23: The new South Milwaukee Downtown Market will open on the same night as South Milwaukee’s Evening on the Avenue on July 23. Stop by 11th and Milwaukee Avenues each Thursday, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., for fresh produce, bakery, flowers, and other offerings from area vendors and entertainers. Visit http://www.SMDowntownMarket.org .
I didn’t know Milwaukee had so much money! So much, in fact, it’s like those mega-rich folks who do or buy things without ever looking at the price tag.
That’s what seems to be going on with the resurrected idea to remove/replace the Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge with a neo-drawbridge.
Milwaukee Bucks' draft pick Brandon Jennings has said that he has learned from an incident that saw him being videotaped during a telephone conversation and having the video posted on YouTube.com.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of a high-profile trial? Do you know how that affects you?
I'll be talking about that and how the news media shape people's opinions and affect access to the courts on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Cudahy Family Library. My comments will be based on my recently published book Anatomy of a Trial, which is based on myths and distortions of the 1995 Simpson trial that became cemented as fact in the American psyche, and the fallout that continues to this day.
I have review many anti-spyware software on this blog. All very good.