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Ashwaubenon

P a r k s R e c r e a t i o n & F o r e s t r y D e p a r t m e n t

Ashwaubenon recreation & Village services

Fall & Winter 2012-2013

2155 Holmgren Way Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 920.492.2331 www.ashwaubenon.com


Index & Staff Listing 55+ / SENIOR CITIZEN OPPORTUNITIES

ASHWAUBENON PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY DEPARTMENT

2155 Holmgren Way Ashwaubenon, WI 54304

STAFF Rex Mehlberg Director Dan Kremer Program Supervisor TBD Aquatic Coordinator Tim Bauknecht Forester Sue Anderson Secretary Glenn Steeno Parks Foreman Dan DeBauche Parks Maintenance

AQUATICS

Aquatic Registration.............. 21 Lap Swim..............................22 Levels of the Learn to Swim...20 Masters Swimming................23 Open Swim...........................22 Pool Rentals..........................22 Swim Lessons...................21,22 Water Exercise Classes..........23

Breakfast with the Experts Identity Theft......................8 Buying/Selling on the Internet...............................8 Inside Medicare...................8 Boost your Noodle..............8 Classes Senior Citizen Tennis...........9 Hot Holiday Book and Gift Ideas...................................7 AARP Driver Safety..............7 Free AARP Tax Preparation...9 Socials Senior Dinner and Dance......7 Christmas Party...................7 Trips Downtown Chicago.............7 Volunteer Opportunities Meals on Wheels.................9 Volunteering in the Schools 9

Auxiliary Aids.........................3 Bike & Pedestrian Information 30 Community Garden...............34 Concert in the Park................34 Co-Sponsored Organizations 18,19 Facility Reservations.............3,4 From the Directors Desk..........3 Knights of Columbus...............5 Registration Information 3,21,35 Recreation Scholarship Program..............................3

ADULT PROGRAMS

PARKS & FORESTRY

Bean Bag League................... 13 Oil Painting........................... 17 Softball.................................12 Yoga.....................................16 Zumba..................................16

PARK BOARD MEMBERS Mark Williams, Chairman Mark Castonia Tom Kohlbeck Deborah Lundberg Mike Malcheski Justin Miner Beth Pless

MISCELLANEOUS

Adopt-A-Garden/Park Program 24 Diggers Hotline.....................25 Emerald Ash Borer............ 26,27 Street Trees Available to . ......... Residents..........................25 Tree Bench/Donation Program 25 SPECIAL EVENTS

Ashwaubenon Village-Wide Rummage Sale.....................6

Downtown Chicago Trip........12 Easter Egg Hunt.....................10 Fall Family Movie Night.........12 Halloween Costume Exchange 12 Kris Kringles Kitchen.............10 Middle School Haunted House Trip........... 11 Middle School Ski Trip........... 11 Santa’s Calling.......................10 Shop Till You Drop................12 Scarecrow Contest...................5 Snow Many Friends...............10 YOUTH PROGRAMS

Archery................................. 13 Dance................................... 15 Flag Football..........................14 Girls Night Out..................... 17 NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Contest.............................14 Pom Pons.............................. 15 Rookie Basketball.................. 17 Rookie Football.....................14 Skateboarding Basics............. 17 Tennis................................... 13 Tots Football.........................14 Tumbling............................... 15 VILLAGE SERVICES

Clerk’s Office.........................29 Public Safety Department.......30 Public Works Department......... . ................... 28, 31, 32, 33 Treasurer’s Office...................29

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department has gift certificates available. The gift certificate can be used as payment towards any of our instructional programs and can be purchased for any dollar amount. To purchase a gift certificate, stop by the department office.

OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department: 492-2331

E-mail: parkrecforestry@ashwaubenon.com

Ashwaubomay Lake: 336-3430

Director: rmehlberg@ashwaubenon.com Program Supervisor: dkremer@ashwaubenon.com Aquatic Coordinator: mbultman@ashwaubenon.com Forester: tbauknecht@ashwaubenon.com Secretary: sanderson@ashwaubenon.com

Program Cancellation Information: 492-2303

Village Website: www.ashwaubenon.com

High School Pool: 492-2993

 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com


General Information RECREATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department, with the assistance of the Ashwaubenon Lions have a limited amount of resources set aside to grant scholarships for children to participate in recreational activities. Scholarships are granted according to the free or reduced price school lunch program. For further information please contact the Parks & Recreation Department. ARE YOU A RESIDENT? A resident for registration purposes is anyone who lives within the Village of Ashwaubenon. Any person residing outside of the Village boundaries will be considered a nonresident and will pay their fair share through an additional surcharge established by the Park Board. Auxiliary aids for disabled persons wishing to attend or participate in the Village of Ashwaubenon’s Recreation Programs are available upon request at least 96 hours in advance of the events. If a notice of less than 96 hours is received, the Village will make every attempt to provide the aids, however, this may not be possible with such short notice.

Online Registration Instructions Step 1. G  o to the Village of Ashwaubenon website http://ashwaubenon.com Step 2. O  n the right hand side of the homepage, click on the tab

From the Director’s Desk ...... A Fall Song* Golden and red trees Nod to the soft breeze, As it whispers, “Winter is near;” And the brown nuts fall At the wind’s loud call, For this is the Fall of the year. Fall is around the corner, with lots of exciting happenings from our Department • Online registration is here! See the bottom left corner of this page for instructions on how you can create your personal or family account. Over 100 families/individual users are taking advantage of this new feature to date! • We welcome Dan Kremer as our new Recreation Supervisor. Dan began his position in May. • We will be continuing to update our Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP), and want your opinion on fun, exercise & play! The CORP guides Park & Village Boards on the improvements to be made to our park system. Fill out a survey from our webpage or attend one of the Park Board or community meetings to give your opinion! • Skyline Park will be getting a new toddler playground structure. A photo is on the back page of this brochure. Watch for it this fall! • New programs this fall include a ”bean bag” league (tougher than you think), skateboarding instruction, and snowman building contest, to name a few. Check out the new offerings in this issue!

Step 3. If you do not already have an account, click on “Need an account” and create one   Note: Once you create your account, it may take up to 24 hours for account to be activated Step 4. Once your account is activated, enter log in information and log in Step 5. N  ow browse activities and add your selections to your shopping cart Step 6. C  lick on shopping cart in the upper right hand corner and click on “proceed to check out” Step 7. F ollow the instructions on your screen, pay for your activity and your done! If you still have questions, you can call the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry office at (920) 492-2331

• Our Village “Scarecrow Contest” is just around the corner. Won’t you and /or your family or business join us to make a “scarecrow town” around Village Hall? More information is on page 5! • As an FYI to our park users…Dogs ARE allowed in Ashwaubenon parks, on a pass through basis ONLY, as of 2011. Dogs must be on a leash and owners are expected to clean up after them if necessary. This “pet friendly” ordinance allows more residents to get out and exercise with their pets! • Thank you to all who visited Ashwaubomay Lake (banner season), or participated in our classes and events this past summer. We hope you had a great time and we are always looking for feedback. Please feel free to give us a call @ our office to discuss anything that’s on your mind! *by Ellen Robena Field

Registration for Residents Begins on August 27th. Non-resident registration begins on September 4th @ 8:00 am. (Please Note: Some programs have exceptions)

Unless notified by our department, you will automatically receive your first choice. If you would like confirmation of your registration, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope. Join our fan page on www.facebook.com • Fall & Winter 2012-2013 • 


Rental Facilities FACILITY RESERVATIONS Reservations for the Community Center, Park Shelters and other facility rentals will begin the first Monday in November for the following year. Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis. A 5.5% sales tax will be added to all rentals. RESIDENT ONLY FACILITIES Ashwaubenon Community Center, 936 Anderson Dr. The Community Center is available 7 days a week from 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Sunday - Thursday and 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. Friday & Saturday. Security Deposits are required for some rentals. *Wireless internet available to all rental groups! $ Front Room (seats 150) 93 - 1st 4 hrs. $ 15 - each hr. after Kitchen, warming oven, electricity, fireplace, tables (6’ long), chairs, restrooms & grill

Ashwaubenon Community Center

$ Back Room (seats 60) 65 - 1st 4 hrs. $ 15 - each hr. after Refrigerator, stove, sink, electricity, tables (6’ long), chairs, restrooms & grill

Pioneer Park, 1360 Ponderosa Ave. Enclosed Shelter (seats 30) $ 65 Resident Electricity, lights, water & restrooms Pioneer Park

Cormier Gym, 2280 S. Broadway $ Basketball rentals 25 per hour Resident (2 hour minimum)

RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT FACILITIES Park rentals are available from 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Ashwaubomay Park, 2881 S. Broadway Non-Residents Monday - Friday ONLY! Shelter #1 & #2 (open)

$ $

40 Resident 55 Non-Resident

Shelter #4 Ashwaubomay Park

$ Shelter #4 (open) 65 Resident $ 80 Non-Resident Electricity, lights, water & restrooms

Ashwaubenon Sports Complex, 1680 Fernando $ Open Shelter 65 Resident $ 80 Non-Resident Electricity, drinking fountain, & restrooms

NOTE: Jumpers, inflatables, dunk-tanks, amusement rides, etc. are NOT allowed in the park areas without written permission from the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department.  • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

Ashwaubenon Sports Complex


General Information RENTING OUR FACILITIES

COMMUNITY “SPOTLIGHT”

The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department has facilities that may be rented throughout the year for various events. Some facilities are for Ashwaubenon based businesses and property owners ONLY and some are available to both residents and non-residents. What events our facilities are available for:   • Baby/Bridal Shower   • Family Reunions   • Picnics   • Retirement Party   • Birthday Party   • Wedding Reception

The Ashwaubenon VFW post was established in 1972. Over the years, they have been involved in many projects. The VFW’s main purpose is helping other veterans, but they take pride in helping out the community as well. Examples of helping the community include purchasing flags for area schools and the Ashwaubenon Historical Society. The VFW also continues to sponsor a little league baseball team; something they have been doing for over 20 years.

What events our facilities cannot be rented for:   • Fundraising Events   • Non-Ashwaubenon based organizations not serving the Ashwaubenon Community The individual renting the facility and receiving the contract for the rented facility MUST be in attendance the day of the rental as they are the individual who will be held responsible for the facility. Businesses renting our facilities will be required to submit a certificate of insurance with the Village of Ashwaubenon listed as an additional insured.

Other activities include the Civil War reenactment which is held at Valley View School, various fund raisers(including their biggest, the Buddy Poppy Sales in which all proceeds go toward helping veterans), and helping maintain the VFW Park on Cormier Road. If you would like to get involved with the VFW you can contact Stephen Kidd at 920-655-8577 or email two33comm@msn.com. The Ashwaubenon VFW thanks all veterans for serving their country, be proud of your service.

2nd Annual Ashwaubenon

SCARECROW Contest!

Fall is coming…and so is our 2nd annual scarecrow contest! Have you always wanted to create your very own scarecrow?? Here’s a great chance to have some fun with your family, co-workers, church members, classmates or just by yourself! Gather up your supplies and let your imagination have some fun with the Village of Ashwaubenon’s 2nd scarecrow contest. There is NO entry fee. YOU can use supplies scavenged from your garage, storage shed or even an old barn! Use that old straw hat, bandanas, maybe even grandma’s old apron to dress up your scarecrow and “surrounding 6’ X 4 ‘ area”. Your area will be assigned to you in front of the Village Hall offices. There will be tree stakes available for you to attach your scarecrow(s) to after you register. Parking will be available in the Village Hall parking lot. There will be some silly prizes awarded to the best scarecrows, in several fun categories. Scarecrows will be left up through Halloween. For further information, pick up a registration packet @ Village Hall, or go online to download @ www.ashwaubenon.com Deadline to set your scarecrow up will be Sunday, October 14th. Let’s make this a fun fall event for years to come! Join our fan page on www.facebook.com • Fall & Winter 2012-2013 • 


Village Wide Rummage Sale

Ashwaubenon Village-Wide Rummage Sale Interested in reducing some clutter around the house and make money at the same time?!

Sign up for the 2013 Village-Wide Rummage Sale Rummage sales will be held rain or shine on Friday, April 26 & Saturday, April 27, 2013, from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. For the low cost of $6.00, your rummage sale will be included on a map with location indicated and a short description of items at your sale. You will also receive a number, which corresponds with our map and a “rummage sale” yard sign which you can place to advertise your sale. Don’t delay, start thinking about it today! Sign-up for this event has a deadline of Friday, April 5, 2013 to ensure you are included on the map!! Registration begins: Monday, January 7, 2013 Pick up a form at the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department located on 2155 Holmgren Way and send along with a check to the address on the form. OR Visit Ashwaubenon Village web site and download PDF form which you can either print and mail or attach PDF to email and send to dkremer@ashwaubenon.com OR If you have questions, email them to: dkremer@ashwaubenon.com or you may call the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry office at 492-2331.  • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

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55+/Senior Citizen Opportunities Classes HOT Holiday Book and Gift Ideas #441003.01 Are you looking for the “just-right, must-have”, perfect holiday gifts for yourself or anyone on your list? Join Shirley VerBruggen from Barnes & Noble at the Ashwaubenon Community Center for a showcase and presentation of the hottest gifts of the season. Learn about the coolest reading and tablet devices and hottest new books and gifts for all ages

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November 13 10:00 - 11:00 am Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive FREE!

SOCIALS Senior Dinner & Dance: #441002.01 Come celebrate the fall season, including the Halloween holiday with a social function just for older adults! Whether you choose to dance the night away, just listen to the wonderful music of Steve Schultz’s Las Vegas Revue or socialize with friends and other members of the community, you’re sure to have a great time. Enjoy a family style dinner with all the fixings and note that Halloween costumes are welcome, but not required. There will be prizes for best costume should you choose to participate. Pre-registration by October 22.

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AARP Driver Safety

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#441001.01 This class is designed for participants to understand the effects of aging on driving, learn driving strategies that take into account the effects of aging and to help identify the most common crash situations faced by older adults. Many insurance companies offer a discount to drivers who complete this course. Also, any veteran or member of a veteran’s family may enroll in this class for FREE in the month of November!

Wednesday November 7 Time: Registration 8:00 a.m. Class: 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive Fee: AARP Member:$12 Non-AARP Member:$14

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Christmas party: #441002.02 Celebrate the season with friends and meet new people at the Christmas Social. A lunch from HoneyBaked Ham (sandwich, baked beans, chips, and a drink) will be served. If you have a favorite holiday cookie or desert, your contribution would be welcomed and appreciated. Entertainment will be provided by the Ashwaubenon High School Show Choir. There may even be a special visitor from the North Pole. Pre-register by Monday, December 12.

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trip:

Downtown Chicago #456301.01

You will be transported via motor-coach bus to the windy city for a day of premiere shopping. If shopping isn’t your thing enjoy one of the many attractions at Navy Pier or the museums at the lakefront Museum Campus. You will also enjoy Light Up Night which features more than a million lights that will light up Michigan Avenue along with marching bands, gigantic balloons, celebrities, and more. Drop off/pick up will be at the corner of Superior St. and Michigan Ave. or as close to this location as possible. This trip is open to all ages, but those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

October 25 5:15 p.m. Check-in 6:00 p.m. Dinner 9:00 p.m. Dance Rock Garden Banquet Hall 1951 Bond Street $16 per person ages 55+

December 13 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive $4 Residents $6 Non–Residents

Pre-register by Friday, November 2 Saturday November 10 Departure: K-Mart (Lombardi) 8:00 a.m. Return: 11:00 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. Fee: $37 resident $52 non-resident (Includes transportation via motor-coach bus.)

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55+/Senior Citizen Opportunities breakfast with the experts

Learn from the presentations of our experts and have the opportunity over breakfast to chat and ask questions of them. Breakfasts will also be held in January, February and March, please see our upcoming senior newsletters for dates, times and subjects. Identity Theft...DON’T Be a Victim Residents can learn how to avoid identity theft and learn what to do if their identity is stolen. Please join Ashwaubenon Public Safety Lieutenant Brian Amenson for this informational discussion. Pre-register by Monday, September 10, Thursday September 13 Presenter: Lieutenant Brian Amenson Ashwaubenon Public Safety Time: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. breakfast and discussion Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center Front Room (936 Anderson Drive) Fee: $3 Resident $5 Non-resident

Inside Medicare... Make the Right Choices Find out the difference between Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage plans and why having the choice of either one is important. Also discussed will be the 2013 changes for the major Medicare Advantage plans that are available for Brown County and what to look for in a plan. Pre-register by Monday, October 15. Thursday October 18 Presenter: Jonel Jacobucci Independent Agent Time: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. presenter 9:00 - 9:30 a.m. discussion and breakfast Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center (936 Anderson Drive) Fee: $3 Residents $5 Non-residents  • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

Buying and Selling Using the Internet Craiglist and Ebay seem to be all the buzz these days. Join Romeo Raabe as he presents an overview of how to buy and sell using the internet. It’s amazing the deals to be had, or even the way to make some money on the extra things you have at your home. Pre-register by Monday, November 5. Thursday November 8 Presenter: Romeo Raabe Time: 8:00 a.m - 9:00 a.m. presentation 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. breakfast and discussion Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive Fee: $3 Resident $5 Non-resident

Boost Your Noodle! Want to keep your brain in shape? One of the best ways to stay in shape is to exercise your brain, but do you really know how to do that? Learn about your brain and what you can do to “boost your noodle” while attending this educational and fun presentation. Pre Register by December 3. Thursday December 6 Presenter: Shana Atkinson Interim Healthcare Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am presentation 9:00 am - 9:30 am discussion and breakfast Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center Front Room (936 Anderson Drive) Fee: $3 residents $5 Non-residents


55+/Senior Citizen Opportunities Volunteer opportunities Volunteering in the Schools

Meals on Wheels Program

The Ashwaubenon School District invites all senior citizens (50+) to consider volunteering in the schools. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities at Cormier, Valley View, Pioneer, Parkview and the High School. Volunteers can serve as classroom helpers, assisting teachers with reading activities, math facts, spelling review and serve as test and computer supervisors. In addition, the district is looking for senior citizens willing to periodically read to classes and to help with special projects. Serving as a mentor or guest speaker and sharing information about careers, travel, hobbies and life experiences are still another way in which seniors can be utilized. Volunteer opportunities are available for once a week, monthly, or on an “as needed” basis. Commitments are generally for an hour or two in a variety of time slots. Volunteer activities are flexible to accommodate senior citizens who travel or go south for the winter. Senior assignments will begin in September. A complete list of volunteer opportunities will be listed and continually updated on the school district website at www.ashwaubenon. k12.wi.us/volunteeringcln. Anyone interested should contact, Coordinator of Senior Volunteers, Debbie Bodager at 492-2955 Ext. 2005 or dhbodager@ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us or call the school district office at 492-2911.

The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is partnering with the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County (ADRC) to recruit and train additional volunteers to deliver home bound meals through their Meals on Wheels Program. Ashwaubenon residents can register for the Meals on Wheels Program by calling the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County at (920) 448-4300. Meals will be available to individuals who: • are 60+ years of age (adults who are under 60 and are legally disabled may qualify) • are not able to get out to a Brown County meal site • are home-bound and not driving • are not able to prepare meals for themselves, and who do not have someone available to prepare meals for them Substitute delivery drivers needed for the Ashwaubenon route. Call the PRF Department today for info at 492-2331.

Free Tax Prep in 2013 AARP prepares and electronically files Federal and Wisconsin Income tax returns for persons of low to moderate income with an emphasis towards those over 60 years of age. Preparation of capital gains, itemized deductions, interest and dividend income, regular wages, personal business when the expenses are less than $5,000.00 (Schedule C-EZ), pensions and annuities, railroad retirement, social security and Wisconsin homestead returns. They do not prepare any returns where there is depreciation such as business or rental property. They cannot file returns for persons whose divorce became final in 2012 or for married persons filing separately. They cannot file returns for states other than Wisconsin.

Wednesdays February 6 - April 10 Contact Pioneer Credit Union Call Center to register at 494-2828 Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center Front Room 936 Anderson Drive Time: Appointments taken between 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Fee: FREE

Look for our quarterly 55+/Senior citizen newsletter. If you would like to be added to our e-mail or mailing list, please contact the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department at 492-2331 or seniors@ashwaubenon.com

Senior Citizen Tennis Green Bay Tennis center has designed specifically for the senior population a program to teach the “lifelong” sport of tennis. Maybe you haven’t played in a while or you have decided you would like to give it a try. GBTC will encourage exercise while providing a friendly environment.

Wednesdays September 26 - October 31 Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm Location: Green Bay Tennis Center Fee: $60 Resident $75 Non-Resident

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Special Events Santa’s calling #422000.01 Help make your child’s Christmas season extra special this year with a personal telephone call from Santa Claus! The Ashwaubenon Parks & Recreation Department and the Ashwaubenon Moose Lodge have made arrangements with Santa to talk to your child this Christmas holiday. Calls will be placed on Thursday, December 6th from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. to the children of Ashwaubenon. If your child is 4 to 8 years old and would like to receive a call, please stop in at the Recreation Office, the High School Pool or the Library and pick up a Santa’s Calling form. All completed forms must be returned to the Ashwaubenon Parks & Recreation Department by Monday, December 3rd.

Ashwaubenon parks & recreation Easter egg hunt Join us for our 13th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Don’t miss your chance to see the Easter Bunny. Saturday Time: Age Groups: Location:

April 6 Please arrive at 9:15 a.m. Hunt Begins at 9:30 a.m. SHARP Hunt will be divided by age groups 3 years old and under 4-6 years old 7-10 years old Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive

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KRIS KRINGLE’S KITCHEN #422001.01 Do your children like to bake the family Christmas goodies? Let the kids do the baking in Kris Kringle’s Kitchen. Children will roll out the dough, cut out the cookies, frost and decorate the Christmas treats. They will even get to sample some of their freshly baked goodies! Your child may get messy so please dress them accordingly and bring an apron. Each child should bring along a container to take cookies home to share with their family. Registration deadline is Wednesday, November 28th. Registration is limited so sign up early. SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 Times: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 3-6 year olds 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 7-11 year olds Location: Ashwaubenon High School Home Ec. Room (Rm. 112) Fee: $8 Resident $23 Non-Resident Snow Many Friends at Ashwaubomay!! #451600.01 Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is excited to introduce the village’s first snow man building event. Bring your friends, family or co-workers and enter a team. Snow men will be judged on size, overall appearance, and creativity. Prizes will be awarded, and participation ribbons will be given to all children. Building begins at 10:00 am and snowmen must be completed by 1:00 pm to be eligible for judging. Hot chocolate will be provided along with a light snack and music. For more details, visit the village website or stop at our office. Saturday December 15 Make Up Date: January 5th, 2012 Time: 10:00 (Event Starts) 1:00 pm (Judging) Location: Ashwaubomay Park Fee: Team up to 4: Resident Team $2 (A resident team only needs one resident to qualify) Non-Resident Team $5 Ages: All Ages NEW


Trips

ski brule ski trip #126300.01 Ashwaubenon resident middle school and high school students... Spend your Sunday skiing or snow boarding! Join the Parks & Recreation Department for a day of skiing at Ski Brule. Fee includes bus, lift ticket, rentals and lunch. Bring additional spending money if you wish to browse in the gift shops or buy dinner before going home.

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January 27 6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Ski Brule, Iron River, MI $50 (Includes bus, lift ticket & lunch) $60 (Includes bus, lift ticket, ski rental & lunch) $60 (Includes bus, lift ticket, snowboard rental & lunch) Helmets are FREE with all rentals.

The motorcoach bus will depart from the Ashwaubenon Community Center parking lot at 6:30 a.m. sharp! Return time will be approximately 7:00 p.m. Sign up will be held at the Parkview Middle School during lunch hours in early January or drop off your registration forms at the Ashwaubenon Parks & Recreation Department office.

The Panic Chambers Hotel Haunted House #456300.01 Join us for a night of ghouls, goblins, and fun as we take a bus to The Panic Chambers Hotel in Gresham, WI. One of the oldest buildings in Gresham, this over 4,000 square feet of Haunted House has been renovated into one of the scariest haunted houses you can find! Price will include bus trip, haunted house admission, food and beverage. There will be a camp fire and hot chocolate to enjoy after exiting the haunted house. Registration will be taken at the Ashwaubenon Parks and Recreation office and fliers will be available in Parkview school’s office. Register now, seats are limited! Saturday, October 13 Time: Location: Fee: Ages:

5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. The Panic Chambers Hotel - Gresham, WI; Bus will be leaving from the Ashwaubenon Community Center $22 - (Includes ticket into 4000 sq. ft. haunted house, food and beverage, and bus ride!) Must be a resident of Ashwaubenon or currently be in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade at Parkview Middle School. Join our fan page on www.facebook.com • Fall & Winter 2012-2013 • 11


Programs / Trips Holiday Shopping Trip & Light Up Night! Join us for a magical holiday celebration! For more than 50 years, the trees along The Magnificent Mile have been illuminated to signal the official start of the holiday season. More than a million lights will light up Michigan Avenue along with marching bands, gigantic balloons, celebrities and more. In addition to Saturday’s festivities, take advantage of the world-class retail shops, restaurants, and entertainment attractions. Spend time with family and friends, start a new tradition, and enjoy extended shopping hours! Space is limited - register today! Registration deadline is Friday, November 2. Saturday November 10 Location: Downtown Chicago, IL Pick-up/Drop-off sites: Please plan to arrive at your pick-up location 10 minutes prior to listed departure times. 8:00 a.m. Kmart Parking Lot 1109 Lombardi Ave. Return: 11:00 - 11:30 p.m. Fee: $37 resident $52 non-resident (Trip includes Motorcoach transportation. Additional expenses are not included in fee.) Ages: All ages are welcome. Anyone under 18 must register with an adult.

SHOP TILL YOU DROP! #427100.01 Parents are you looking to do some last minute holiday shopping, cleaning or decorating? If so, do we have the plan for you! Drop your children off at the Ashwaubenon Community Center for the evening and get those last minute tasks done. Children will enjoy making some seasonal crafts, playing games, watching a movie and of course enjoying pizza! Children must be registered and paid for at the Parks and Recreation Department by Wednesday, December 5. Registration is limited so sign up early. FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 Times: 5:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M. Ages: 5 - 10 year olds; Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center - Front Room $ 8 Resident; $23 Non-Resident Fee per child: 12 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

Adult Softball Leagues The Ashwaubenon Parks and Recreation Department will be offering the following Adult Softball Leagues for the 2013 summer season: Coed Slowpitch..................... Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Men’s Modified...................... Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Men’s Social Slowpitch........... Monday Women’s Modified................ Monday League packets will be available for pickup or mailing beginning January 21 at the Parks & Recreation Department. Registration for returning teams begins Monday, February 4, and for new teams Monday, March 4.

Ashwaubenon Sports Complex

Halloween costume exchange / FALL FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT #451600.02 Looking for the perfect costume this year? Then come to the Ashwaubenon Parks and Recreation Department’s 2nd annual Halloween Costume Exchange. Bring your extra/outgrown costume(s) to exchange with someone else, to sell, or just come to purchase a costume. After the costume exchange, continue the fun evening with your family at the Community Center. We will cozy up to the fireplace and enjoy a movie. We will also have popcorn and soda available for sale. Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy a relaxing evening with your family. FRIDAY Time: Location: Fee:

September 21 Costume Exchange: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Movie 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Ashwaubenon Community Center 936 Anderson Drive FREE


Programs & Information Youth Indoor Tennis Lessons

NEW Bean Bag League Looking to have some recreational fun on Thursday evenings? Join our brand new bean bag league. All you need is an entry fee and a partner and you can join in on the fun. This league will follow the World Bean Bag Association rules with matches consisting of a best out of 3 game set. Teams will play to 21 points and game play will take place at The Ashwaubenon Sports Complex. If you have questions about this please contact our office at 920-492-2331. Thursdays September 13 - October 18 Time: 6:15 & 7:15 pm Location: Ashwaubenon Sports Complex Fee: $15 Resident Team $30 Non-Resident Team * Season will be 6 matches, followed by a tournament if weather permits

Looking for a place to sharpen those tennis skills over the cold months of the year? Then the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry has the program for you. Our department, along with Western Tennis and Racquet is happy to present indoor tennis lessons. This six week program will cover proper stroke mechanics, positioning, point play and other mechanics of tennis. Don’t miss out on the fun, sign up today! FRIdays October 5 – November 9, 2012 Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm Location: Western Racquet & Fitness Club Fee: $130 Ages: 6-11

Youth Archery NEW The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department along with 12 Ring Archery of Green Bay are exploring the possibility of starting a youth archery program. 12 Ring Archery would provide equipment for participants and all shooting would take place at 12 Ring Archery. Parents would be encouraged to enroll into program with their son/daughter. If this sounds like something you and your son/daughter would be interested in, please contact Dan Kremer, Recreation Supervisor for the Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department. He can be reached at dkremer@ashwaubenon. com or 920-492-2331.

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Fall Youth Programs Tots FOOTBALL CAMP #412500.01

ROOKIE FOOTBALL CAMP #422500.01

Looking for your children to play some football and learn the basic skills? Then sign up for this fun camp. Passing, running, catching, basic defense and offense will be taught. Incorporated into this camp fun games that will improve your football skills, speed, strength, coordination and agility.

Looking to play some football to either learn or sharpen your skills? Then sign up for this fun camp. Passing, running, catching, blocking defense, offense and more will be taught. Incorporated into this camp are unique and fun games that will improve your football skills, speed, strength, coordination and agility. This camp will get you ready to play Youth Flag Football.

SATURDAYS SEPTEMBER 8 - OCTOBER 13 3 - 5 years old 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. Ashwaubenon Sports Complex 1640 Fernando Drive Fee: $25 Resident $40 Non-Resident *Non-contact while playing.

Ages: Time: Location:

SATURDAYS Ages: Time: Location:

SEPTEMBER 8 - OCTOBER 13 Grades 1 - 2 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Ashwaubenon Sports Complex 1640 Fernando Drive $ Fee: 25 Resident $ 40 Non-Resident *Minimal contact while playing.

YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE #422600 Hut, Hut, Hike! This fall we will be offering the youth Flag Football program for boys and girls who are in grades 3-6 for the 2012-2013 school year. The Flag football program was designed to teach participants about the sport of football while emphasizing participation and sportsmanship. Players will learn various skills, while participating in a non-contact fun and exciting program.

SATURDAYS SEPTEMBER 8 - OCTOBER 13 (Dates depending on number of teams) Grade 3 & 4; Grade 5 & 6 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Ashwaubenon Sports Complex Outfield of Softball Fields 1640 Fernando Drive $ Fee: 35 Resident (includes T-shirt) $ 50 Non-Resident Individual Player Sign-up Begins: Monday, July 30 Individual Player Sign-up Deadline: Friday, August 24 First Day of Play: Saturday, September 8 Minimum Number of Players on Team: 7 Note: Players will be randomly assigned to teams. Leagues: Time: Location:

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2012 NFL PUNT PASS AND KICK Ashwaubenon will be hosting one of the great fall football competitions…the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick contest! The event will be open to boys and girls ages 6-15 (as of December 31, of this year). You will be competing against either boys or girls in your age division from around the area. Scoring will be based on distance and accuracy in punting, throwing and placekicking. For a complete list of competition rules, go to www.Ashwaubenon.com Click on the Park & Recreation web page, then on the NFL PPK link on the right. Copies of rules and registration forms are also available in the Park, Recreation & Forestry Department office. Pre-registration is encouraged, but will also be taken on site. Saturday Time: Location:

September 15 9 a.m. till noon Ashwaubenon Sports Complex 1680 Fernando Drive Fee: FREE! Call the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department with questions!


Fall Youth Programs TUMBLING This class will introduce boys and girls to a variety of tumbling skills and floor exercises as well as elementary moves on the balance beam. These classes are for the beginner tumbler and are excellent for development of coordination, balance, flexibility and control. Participants should wear comfortable clothing such as sweat suits or shorts; no jeans please. Please use back entrance of building.

MONDAYS

DANCE Shuffle ball change, hop, hop! Do a little doe-see-doe! Come join the Ashwaubenon Parks and Recreation Department as they bring out the talent in your child. Participants will learn tap, ballet and jazz as well as dance terminology. The dance program will conclude with a recital held on March 1, 2013. A black scoop leotard and black tap and ballet shoes are required as well as two costumes for the recital.

Session 1:

OCTOBER 8 - NOVEMBER 19

Session 2:

February 4 - March 11 (No class March 25 & April 1) 3 & 4 yr olds 5:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Valley View Gym - South Half $ 19 Resident; $34 Non-Resident

Age: Time: Location: Fee:

A shoe exchange will be held at the first class.

Tuesdays

SEPTEMBER 18 - February 26 (No class on November 13 & February 5) Class Number: Ages: Time: 422000.1 *3 & 4 yr olds: 5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. 422000.2 5 & 6 yr olds: 6:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. 422000.3 7 - 9 yr olds: 422000.4 10 yr olds & up: 7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. WEDNESDAYS SEPTEMBER 19 - February 27 Class Number: Ages: Time: 422000.5 *3 & 4 yr olds: 5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. 422000.6 4 & 5 yr olds: 6:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. 422000.7 5 & 6 yr olds: Location: Cormier School Gym $ Fee: 63 Resident; $78 Non-Resident *3-4 yr old classes: $50 Resident; $65 Non-Resident

POM PONS Are you ready for this? Don’t miss your chance to sign up for this year’s Pom Pon program. Participants will enjoy learning routines that incorporate dance team moves to the latest hip-hop and funk music. The participants will be taught two routines as well as various jumps and moves. These classes are great for developing skills and teamwork. The cost of the program does not include the cost of the costumes and accessories needed for the recital. There is limited enrollment for these classes, so be sure to sign up early. All participants will perform in the recital held on March 1, 2013.

Thursdays SEPTEMBER 27 - MARCH 14 (No class November 22) Class Number: Ages: Time: nd rd 422900.1 2 & 3 Grade 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 422900.2 4th & 5th Grade 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 422900.3 6th-8th Grade 7:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m. Location: Fee:

Cormier School Gym/Community Center 63 Resident; $78 Non-Resident

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Instructional Programs YOGA

Ditch the workout, join the party! Lets face it, working out can be healthy, rewarding and beneficial. Working out can be lots of things, but it’s never been known to be much fun UNTIL NOW! Zumba® fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will blow you away. Our goal is simple: We want you to want to workout, to love working out, and to get hooked. Zumba® Fanatics achieve long term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exhilarating hour of caloric-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you’ve got Zumba®! All Zumba® classes will be lead by certified Zumba® instructor Lissa Marth!

TUESDAY & THURSDAY FalL Sessions: Class #: 1 #424000.01 2 #424000.02 3 #424000.03

(No class Nov. 20 & 22)

Winter Sessions: 4 5 6

Dates: Jan. 3 - Jan. 29 Feb. 12 - Mar. 7 Mar. 14 - Apr. 9

Time: Location: Fee:

Class #: #124000.01 #124000.02 #124000.03

Dates: Sept. 11 - Oct. 4 Oct. 11 - Nov. 1 Nov. 8 - Dec. 11

7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Pioneer School Gym $ 32 Resident; $47 Non-Resident

10 Ways Exercise can Change your Life 1. Decreased risk of heart problems 2. Weight Loss 3. Reduced pain 4. Decreased risk of injury 5. Improved Mood

6. Improved Immunity 7. Improved Mental Ability 8. Improved Confidence 9. Improved Physical Function 10. Increased Capacity

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Are you looking for a way to release some stress at the end of the day? Join us for our Yoga class. Yoga is a lifestyle incorporating natural exercise, breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation and positive thinking. You will develop balance, strength and flexibility for a more confident, healthy body and a calm and relaxed mind. You will leave feeling renewed, centered and having mental clarity. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and bring their own mat. Must be at least 14 years or older to participate. Mondays or Wednesdays or both S essions: Class #: Dates: 1A: #434100.01 Sept. 10 - Oct. 29 (8 classes) (Mon.) 1B: #434100.02 Sept. 12 - Oct. 31 (8 classes; Class in Back room October 3) (Wed.) 1C: #434100.03 Sept. 10 - Oct. 31 (16 classes; Class in Back room October 3) (Mon. & Wed.) Mini 2A: #434100.04 (6 classes) Mini 2B: #434100.05 (6 classes; Class in Back room Dec 5) Mini 2C: #434100.06 (12 classes; Class in Back room Dec 5)

Nov. 12 - Dec. 17  (Mon.) Nov. 14 - Dec. 19  (Wed.) Nov. 12 - Dec. 19 (Mon. & Wed.)

3A: #134100.01 (8 classes) 3B: #134100.02 (8 classes; Class in back room Feb 6) 3C: #134100.03 (16 classes; Class in back room Feb 6)

Jan. 7 - Feb. 25  (Mon.) Jan. 9 - Feb. 27  (Wed.) Jan. 7 - Feb. 27 (Mon. & Wed.)

4A: #134100.04 Mar. 18 - May 6  (8 classes) (Mon.) 4B: #134100.05 Mar. 20 - May 8  (8 classes; Class in back room April 3 and May 1) (Wed.) 4C: #134100.06 Mar. 18 - May 8 (16 classes; Class in back room April 3 and May 1) (Mon. & Wed.) Time: Location:

5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Ashwaubenon Community Center – Front Room

$ Regular 27 Resident for 1 day a week (8 classes)* Session Fees: $42 Non-Resident for 1 day a week (8 classes)* *Must pick Monday or Wednesday or $ 49 Resident for BOTH Mon. & Wed. (16 classes) $ 64 Non-Resident for BOTH Mon. & Wed. (16 classes) $ Mini 21 Resident for 1 day a week (6 classes) Session Fees: $36 Non-Resident for 1 day a week (6 classes) or $37 Resident for BOTH Mon. & Wed. (12 classes) $ 52 Non-Resident for BOTH Mon. & Wed. (12 classes)


Instructional Programs ROOKIE Basketball CAMP # 411000.01

NEW

Looking to play some basketball to either learn or sharpen your skills? Then sign up for this fun camp. Passing, running, dribbling, shooting, rebounding and more will be taught. Incorporated into this camp are unique and fun games that will improve your basketball skills, speed, strength, coordination and agility. Come ready to learn and have fun!

Mondays Session 1: october 8 - November 19 Session 1: Ages: Time: Location: Fee:

Skateboarding Basics # 422800.01

Feel like learning a new hobby? Or maybe you are just looking to improve on your current skill set. Whichever it is, skateboarding basics is for you! This class will focus on teaching the proper etiquette and safety precautions necessary to be a skilled skateboarder. Along with that, it will introduce participants to new tricks such as the ollie, kickflip, and pop shove-it. Helmets are required & participants need their own skateboard

Mondays & Wednesdays September 17 - October 3 Time: 5:15 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Location: Cornerstone Skate Park 1680 Fernando Drive Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 Ages: 7-12 Fee: $16 Resident; $31 non-resident

January 21 - February 25 3 - 5 years old 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Cormier School Gym $ 25 Resident $ 40 Non-Resident

Oil Painting

girls night out Hang out. Laugh. Share secrets. Give advice. Ask for advice. Encourage others. Make new friends. Grow into your own. Listen. Be listened to. Have fun! This program will focus on group activities that effectively approach issues that pertain to girls at the middle school level. It’s a girl thing ... why stay in when you can come to Girl’s Night Out! Instructor is Megan Weber

wEDNESdays october 10 - November 16 Ages: 6th-8th Grade Girls Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center $ Fee: 30 Resident; $45 Non-Resident WEEK 1 (October 10) • Tie Dye T-shirts • Get to know each other • Play Apples to Apples WEEK 2 (October 17) • Play Betcha Didn’t Know • Zumba (2nd half) WEEK 3 (October 24) • Q&A for an all guy panel Girls can submit anonymous questions that the panel will answer • Carve pumpkins and we will light them up our last night WEEK 4 (October 31) • R&R Night Play games, home-made facials, manicures, listen to music and do hair • Yoga (30-45 minutes, 2nd half) WEEK 5 (November 8) • Dinner party • Fun project WEEK 6 (November 16) • Lock-in until midnight • Wear pajamas, order pizza, make ice cream sundaes, girl talk, watch a movie and play Truth or Dare

Whether you have never picked up a brush before or you consider yourself a veteran oil painter, this class is for you! Instructor Enrique will be able to teach participants numerous brush techniques and effects. He will also be able to give beginners that jump start they need to learn the art of oil painting. The first half of the class will be instructional and the second half will be open studio where you can work on your art. Enrique will give participants a list of needed supplies at the first class.

Mondays & Wednesdays February 4 - March 4 (No Class Feb 6th) Time: 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Instructional 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. Open Studio Location: Ashwaubenon Community Center Back Room Fee: $44 Resident $ 59 Non-Resident Ages: 16+

Meet the Painting Instructor! Enrique Manabat is a Green Bay resident who has a passion for art. His paintings have been seen on display at the Green Bay Public Museum, the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Morpho Gallery in Chicago Illinois and more! He paints anything that inspires him and loves to share his passion with others through teaching.

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Co-Sponsored Organizations Ashwaubenon youth football PRESIDENT: Jack Cole 366-8354

The Youth Football program is a tackle program open to all 7th and 8th grade Ashwaubenon residents. This program teaches the fundamentals of football, basic tackling, and teamwork. League play is through Great Lakes Conference. More information is available on the youth football website: www. ashlionsfootballclub.com

Monthly meeting is normally held the third Wednesday of the month at the Village Hall.

ASHWAUBENON SWIM CLUB (ASC) PRESIDENT: Beth Pless 497-6248

The Ashwaubenon Swim Club is a year round program designed for any youth who can swim one (1) pool length free and back. Participants may join at any time. The Club’s major goal is to improve skills and times in the achievement oriented swim strokes. Practice schedules vary throughout the year. Participants are divided into two groups depending on their age and skill level. All practices are held at the High School Pool. www.asc-wi.com

WHAT IS A CO-SPONSORED ORGANIZATION? The Ashwaubenon Park Board co-sponsors the seven youth organizations that are listed on the next two pages. The organizations are Ashwaubenon Youth Baseball (AYB), Ashwaubenon Youth Soccer (AYSA), Ashwaubenon Girls Softball (AGSA), Ashwaubenon Wrestling Club (AWC), Ashwaubenon Special Children’s, Ashwaubenon Swim Club (ASC) and Ashwaubenon Youth Football. As a co-sponsored organization the village provides each group with the following: 1) Funding for equipment and/or wages. 2) Free facility use (ball fields, gym, pool, etc.) 3) Upkeep and grooming of all facilities 4) Insurance coverage 5) Free use of community center for their meetings 6) Provide a staff liaison to attend co-sponsored board meetings. 7) Provide a staff liaison to help with facility or program concerns 8) Plus miscellaneous other items

In return the co-sponsored organization is responsible for the following: 1) Day to day operations of their organization 2) Handle all registration and money 3) Provide contact person to department and all participants 4) Have a governing board that meets on a regular basis 5) Provide budget information to department each year 6) Follow participation rules - equal playing time for all participants 7) Follow Parks and Recreation Department philosophy in program - skill development focus, equal play and opportunities for all participants and focus on fun and skills rather than “winning” 8) Plus miscellaneous other items This unique relationship seems to work and provides for low cost, well-run recreation programs for hundreds of children each year.

ASHWAUBENON wrestling club (awc) PRESIDENT: TIMM LEISGANG 405-3638

The Ashwaubenon Wrestling Club is a program designed to promote

an interest and to insure a safe and organized approach to the sport of wrestling. The club emphasizes the value of competitive sportsmanship and fair play. Members are taught wrestling basics and conditioning in a program that runs from December thru March. Practices are held twice a week at Ashwaubenon High School. AWC is open to those who reside within the Village of Ashwaubenon and in Kindergarten thru 8th grade. Registration for the program will be held on November 1st at the Ashwaubenon High School Field House. www.ashwaubenonwrestling.com

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ASHWAUBENON youth soccer association (aysa) PRESIDENT: Brian Fischer 435-9568

AYSA is open to all resident of Ashwaubenon from ages 5- 18 years old. It is a recreational soccer league with emphasis on team play, fun, learning skills and good sportsmanship. There are no tryouts; everyone makes a team and is guaranteed playing time. The soccer season runs from mid-May through the end of July. Soccer registration is held at the beginning of February. www.ashwaubenonyouthsoccer.com

Monthly meeting is normally held the first Wednesday of the month at the Community Center.


Co-Sponsored Organizations ASHWAUBENON YOUTH baseball, inc. (ayb) PRESIDENT: BOB MONROE 490-7920

AYB is a volunteer organization that works with the youth of Ashwaubenon in connection with the Parks and Recreation Department to provide the highest quality play possible, as well as provide for the key elements of team play, sportsmanship, social values and fun. It is designed to provide the instruction of baseball skills to young people between the ages of 5 and 18. The playing season runs thru July. Registration for baseball is held at the beginning of February. www.aybaseball.com

Monthly meeting is normally held the first Wednesday of the month at the Community Center.

ASHWAUBENON girls softball association (AGSA) President: Jeff Welton 497-1964

AGSA is a group of volunteers working together to provide both a learning and fun environment for girls wishing to play softball during the summer. Girls who reside within the Village of Ashwaubenon and are in Kindergarten through 10th grade are eligible to play. All girls registering for the leagues will be on a team. The playing season runs through July. Registration for softball is held at the beginning of February. www.agsasoftball.com

Monthly meeting is normally held the first Monday of the month at the Pioneer School (winter months) and Pioneer Shelter (summer months)

co-sponsored board meetings Each co-sponsored organization is required to have a governing board that meets on a regular basis. The board is typically comprised of parent volunteers. Many volunteer hours are spent at meeting and completing the various tasks need to be completed to successfully run the program. So where and when do the various co-sponsored meet? Each organization meets a different time and place depending on what works for them. All meetings are open to the public and everyone is encouraged and welcome to attend. Specific meeting times and sites are listed under each organization below.

Each organization is required to set and have an agenda available at least a week before each meeting and must keep and distribute meeting minutes before each meeting as well. Meeting agendas and minutes can be found on the Village website at www.ashwaubenon. com. Where possible the co-sponsored organization will have agendas and meeting minutes posted at the playing site during their season. If you would like to become a board member, the organizations are always looking for additional volunteers and would encourage you to get involved by attending one of their meetings to find out more.

2013 Registration information youth soccer, girls softball & boys baseball Monday, FEBRUARY 11...............6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, FEBRUARY 12...............6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Parkview School Commons, 955 Willard Drive

ASHWAUBENON’S SPECIAL CHILDREN’S PROGRAM President: sheri sorenson 737-1014

This is a fun and exciting summer school program for children with disabilities for ages 321. A variety of recreational and social activities are planned daily and are

geared towards the student’s ability. Weekly field trips are also a part of this program. The Ashwaubenon School District and the Ashwaubenon Parks and Recreation Department sponsor the program. Various donators support the program. For registration information, call the School District Office at 4922905. Bussing is provided for Ashwaubenon Residents. Monday - Thursday June - August (July 4 week off) Location: Parkview Middle School A mandatory parent registration meeting will be held prior to the start of school. The meeting will be held at the Ashwaubenon School District Office located at 1055 Griffiths Lane.

For meeting agendas and minutes please view co-sponsored organizations website information located on the parks and recreation website of the Village of Ashwaubenon at www.ashwaubenon.com

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Fall / Winter Aquatics

Ashwaubenon’s Swimming Lesson PROGRAM The Ashwaubenon Swimming Lesson Program helps swimmers of all ages and varying abilities develop their swimming and water safety skills. It is designed to give students a positive learning experience. If you are unsure what level to enroll in, contact our Aquatic Coordinator and he/she will help you choose the appropriate class. Parent and Me Aquatics (6 months - 3 years old) Participants must be accompanied by an adult in the water for the entire 30 minute class. Parents are instructed how to safely work with their child in the water including how to properly support and hold their child. The child will be exposed to games that use basic movements, such as kicking, arm strokes and breath control. Activities are based on the developmental abilities of the child. Please note: This class is only offered on Saturday’s at 10:00 a.m.

Tiny Tots - (ages 3 - 4 years old) Blowing bubbles, putting face in water, back and front float with assistance, front crawl arm action, exit water on their own. LEVEL 1 Enter & Exit water independently, front and back float with support, 3 bobs, blow bubbles, front and back crawl with assistance. LEVEL 2 Fully submerge head & hold breath for 3 seconds, jump into water, 10 bobs, front float and back float unassisted 5 seconds, front & back glide 2 body lengths, front and back crawl unassisted 5 yards, retrieve a submerged object 2 times assisted. LEVEL 3 Enter water by jumping in from the side into deep water, retrieve a submerged object 2 times unassisted, front & back glide 5 body lengths, tread water for 30 seconds, front crawl with rotary breathing 15 yards, back crawl 15 yards, elementary backstroke kick 15 yards, head first entry from the side in a sitting & kneeling position.

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LEVEL 4 Front crawl with rotary breathing 25 yards, back crawl 25 yards, elementary backstroke 15 yards, breaststroke & sidestroke (scissors) kick 15 yards, front and back open turns, tread water for 2 minutes (using two different kicks), standing front dive from side of pool, feet first surface dive, survival swimming for 30 seconds. LEVEL 5 Front crawl with alternate breathing 50 yards, back crawl 25 yards, elementary backstroke 25 yards, sidestroke and breaststroke 15 yards, dolphin kick 15 yards, tread water for 5 minutes (using two different kicks), tuck and pick surface dives, long shallow dive, survival swimming for 1 minute. LEVEL 6 Front crawl and back crawl with 100 yards, breaststroke and sidestroke 25 yards, butterfly 15 yards, front and back flip turns, open turn (sidestroke), tread water for 6 minutes (1 minute w/o hands, 2 minutes w/ hands x 2), speed turn and pull out for breaststroke, surface dive & retrieve an object from the bottom (8-10 ft deep). LEVEL 7 Front crawl 200 yards w/ flip turns, back crawl 100 yards, sidestroke 50 yards, breaststroke 50 yards, butterfly 25 yards, 500 yard continuous swim, retrieve diving brick from 8-10 ft of water using a surface dive, demonstrate swimming using a pull buoy, paddles & fins separately. ADULT LESSONS This class is designed for ages 14 and over who would like to improve their stroke or have never taken swimming lessons. These classes are scheduled upon request and instructor availability.


Fall / Winter Aquatics THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW CHANGING ROOM POLICY. Children 5 and older are asked to use appropriate changing rooms.

unless there is a registration deadline. NO REFUNDS will be given after an activity has started.

PARENT WATCH POLICY: Parents are welcome to watch, but with your child’s interest in mind, we ask that you keep interaction with your child to a minimum. Our instructors have found that the quality of instruction has often been affected by parents and/or sibling distraction, interruptions and various other concerns during class time. We also feel it is most beneficial for children to have recreational time with their peers. Our instructors always welcome the opportunity to discuss participant’s progress with parents. Please contact your instructor before or after class with any special concerns.

POOL TEMPERATURE: The pool is heated at a constant 82° - 83°F.

REFUND POLICY. If a participant cancels a registration, $5 will be charged for processing with the balance of the activity fee being refunded. Cancellations may occur up to two days before an activity

learn-to-swim program FEES

LOCKER FACILITIES: The pool offers storage for your belongings while using the pool. There are coin-operated lockers available which require a quarter. ($ .25) GOGGLES: For levels 1-3 we do not recommend goggles because children need to learn to be comfortable in the water without any aids. However, with the upper level classes, goggles are recommended as students are expected to spend significant amount of time doing a variety of skills with their faces in the water. Goggles will help to reduce eye irritation. Please note: Mask type goggles with the nose piece attached are strictly prohibited.

Monday/Wednesday lessons Fee per Session (10 classes): $ 25 Resident; $40 Non-Resident

Saturday lessons

Fee per “MINI” Session (5 classes): $ 15 Resident; $30 Non-Resident

fall Swimming Lesson schedule Ashwaubenon High School Pool, 2391 S. Ridge Road Session 1: MondayS & Wednesdays (twice a week) - September 10 - October 10

Class #’s for: 5 :45 - 6:25 pm 6:30 - 7:10 pm

Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6/7 429021.1A 429022.1A 429023.1A 429024.1A 429025.1A –– 429021.1B 429022.1B 429023.1B 429024.1B –– 429026.1B

Session 1: Saturdays (once a week) - September 15 - October 13 Class #’s for: Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 10:00 - 10:40 am 429021.1C 429022.1C 429023.1C 429024.1C –– 10:45 - 11:25 am 429021.1D 429022.1D 429023.1D –– 429025.1D

Parent & Me Aquatics 429028.1C ––

Session 2: MondayS & Wednesdays (twice a week) - October 22 - November 28  (no class Oct. 31 or Nov. 21)

lass #’s for: C 5:45 - 6:25 pm 6:30 - 7:10 pm

Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6/7 429021.2A 429022.2A 429023.2A 429024.2A 429025.2A –– 429021.2B 429022.2B 429023.2B 429024.2B –– 429026.2B

Session 2: Saturdays (once a week) - October 27 - December 1 (no class Nov. 24)

Class #’s for: Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 10:00 - 10:40 am 429021.2C 429022.2C 429023.2C 429024.2C –– 10:45 - 11:25 am 429021.2D 429022.2D 429023.2D –– 429025.2D

Parent & Me Aquatics 429028.2C ––

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Fall / Winter Aquatics Winter Swimming Lesson schedule Ashwaubenon High School Pool, 2391 S. Ridge Road Session 1: MondayS & Wednesdays (twice a week) - January 7 - February 6

Class #’s for: 5 :45 - 6:25 pm 6:30 - 7:10 pm

Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6/7 129021.1A 129022.1A 129023.1A 129024.1A 129025.1A –– 129021.1B 129022.1B 129023.1B 129024.1B –– 129026.1B

Session 1: Saturdays (once a week) - January 12 - February 9 Class #’s for: Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 10:00 - 10:40 am 129021.1C 129022.1C 129023.1C 129024.1C –– 10:45 - 11:25 am 129021.1D 129022.1D 129023.1D –– 129025.1D

Parent & Me Aquatics 129028.1C ––

Session 2: MondayS & Wednesdays (twice a week) - February 18 - March 20

lass #’s for: C 5:45 - 6:25 pm 6:30 - 7:10 pm

Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6/7 129021.2A 129022.2A 129023.2A 129024.2A 129025.2A –– 129021.2B 129022.2B 129023.2B 129024.2B –– 129026.2B

Session 2: Saturdays (once a week) - February 23 - March 23

Class #’s for: Tiny/Tots Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 10:00 - 10:40 am 129021.2C 129022.2C 129023.2C 129024.2C –– 10:45 - 11:25 am 129021.2D 129022.2D 129023.2D –– 129025.2D ASHWAUBENON HIGH SCHOOL POOL FALL/winter OPEN & LAP SWIM Noon Hour Lap Swim (Mon/Wed/Fri)* September 5 - March 29 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Pool Closed Nov. 25) Tuesday/Thursday Adult Lap Swim September 6 - March 28 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. (Pool Closed Sept. 18, 27, Oct. 11, Nov. 22, Dec. 13, 20, Jan. 8) Saturday Open & Lap Swim September 8 - March 30 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Pool Closed Oct. 20, Nov. 24, Dec. 29) Sunday Open & Lap Swim September 9 - March 31 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Pool Closed Oct. 21 & Nov. 25, Dec. 30) $ Daily Fees: 1.50 Children (17 & under) $ 2.00 Adults (18 -59) $ 1.50 Seniors (60 & over) $ Passes: (Good for 10 visits) 10 Child/Seniors $ 17 Adults –Children 3 & Under are FREE Saturday Parent/Child (7 & under) Open Swim September 8 - March 30 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Pool Closed Oct. 20, Nov. 24, Dec. 29) $ 3.00 per 1 child & parent; $1.00 for additional parent; $ .50 for additional child *Please note the pool availability is subject to change depending on school district physical education use. All participants should enter the pool through the pool entrance doors. Parking is limited at the high school.

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Parent & Me Aquatics 129028.2C ––

POOL RENTALS FRIDAYS, SEPT. 7 - MAR. 29 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Pool closed Oct. 21, Nov. 23, Dec. 28) SATURDAYS, SEPT. 8 - MAR. 30 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Pool closed Oct. 20, Nov. 24, Dec. 29) SUNDAYS, SEPT. 9 - MAR. 31 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. (Pool closed Oct. 21, Nov. 25, Dec. 30) BIRTHDAY PARTY RENTAL Celebrate your birthday with family and friends at the pool. Birthday Party package includes: balloons, cake, beverage and exclusive use of the pool for 11/2 hours. Minimum Rental Fees: $90 Residents $105 Non-Residents SPECIAL EVENT POOL RENTALS Are you looking for a fun group activity? Host your next church outing, Boy/Girl Scout meeting, company party, field trip, instructional aquatics or any other special needs pool rental at our facility. Minimum Rental Fees:

$

65 Residents $ 80 Non-Residents

For additional information about the Birthday/Special Event Rentals or to reserve a party at the pool, call 492-2331.


Fall / Winter Aquatics ADULT WATER EXERCISE For all ages and abilities! Suit up and take the plunge. Water is a perfect environment for exercising, losing weight and toning up. Water helps support, heal and relax muscles that have been strained or tightened. This program will increase your strength and flexibility. You will make new friends and have fun exercising. You do not need to be a swimmer to enroll in this program. Must be at least 14 years or older to participate.

winter

fall

TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS

SESSION 4: SEPTEMBER 6 - OCTOBER 18 (No Class Sept. 18 & 27, Oct. 11)

SESSION 5: OCTOBER 23 - November 27 (No Class Nov. 22)

SESSION 1: JANUARY 10 - FEBRUARY 12

SESSION 2: FEBRUARY 19 - MARCH 21

SESSION 3: APRIL 3 - May 3

Time:

6:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Location:

Ashwaubenon High School Pool

WATER EXERCISE FEE INFORMATION $ Fee per Session: 25 Resident $ 40 Non-Resident

Aqua Zumba This dance/fitness class uses Latin and other international rhythms to create a high intensity water workout. Easy to follow moves, great music and a partylike atmosphere makes this one class you don’t want to miss! Ditch the workout! This class is provided in partnership with Paul Schneider of FitNice, LLC. Fall Session 1: Tuesdays September 11 – October 23 (No class Sept. 18) Fall Session 2: Tuesdays November 6 – December 11 Winter Session 1: Tuesdays January 8 – February 12 Winter Session 2: Tuesdays February 26 – April 2 Time: 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. Location: Ashwaubenon High School; 2391 S. Ridge Road Age: 14 years & up Fee: $30 Residents, $45 Non-Residents MASTERS SWIMMING

The focus of this program is to provide structured fitness swimming workouts. These workouts differ from a traditional open lap swim in that on-deck, experienced coaching is provided that includes stroke refinement and set design. The coach will adapt the workout to your goals, while providing a fun, yet challenging group swimming workout. This class is perfect for those that want to cross-train for fitness, improve their swimming ability, or train for a triathlon or other swimming competitions. Workouts are held once a week. Participants should be able to swim freestyle (front crawl) for a minimum of 100 yards. The program is over seen by Brian McWilliams and his staff from McWilliams Training, LLC. Brian is a Level 2 United States Triathlon Coach. He is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and Licensed Athletic Trainer who was recently a member of the USA medical staff for the 2010 & 2006 Winter Olympics.

Session 1: Tuesdays September 11 - October 30 (8 weeks) Session 2: Wednesdays November 7 - December 19 (8 weeks)

* Additional sessions will be added to village website upon completion

Ages: 14 years and older Time: 5:15 - 6:45 a.m. Location: Ashwaubenon High School Pool Fee (per session): $32 Residents $47 Non-Residents or $7 Daily drop-in rate

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Forestry Adopt A Garden The Village of Ashwaubenon would like to offer a big THANK YOU to our 2012 Adopt A Garden volunteers for their tireless dedication to our Village’s parks. These volunteers plant, weed and maintain the gardens beneath the park signs to keep our community’s parks looking their best. Below are our volunteers from this past summer!!!

Adopt A Park The Village of Ashwaubenon would also like to show our gratitude and appreciation for the 2012 Adopt A Park volunteer’s role in keeping our park facilities looking their best. These dedicated volunteers organize a minimum of three park clean-ups per year and bring any maintenance needs to the attention of Village Staff. Below are the groups, individuals or families that deserve a word of thanks for keeping Ashwaubenon’s parks clean. PICK A PARK PROGRAM Is your group or organization looking for a way to get involved in and give back to the community? Searching for a service project to participate in National Volunteer Week being celebrated from April 21-27. The Village of Ashwaubenon’s Pick A Park program is designed for groups or organizations interested in organizing a single day service project. Any of the Village’s parks are available for this exciting program whether or not they are already adopted through our Adopt A Park program. The Ashwaubenon Sports Complex along with Klipstine, Pioneer, and Ashwaubomay Parks are four larger sites that are suitable for bigger groups and generally are in need of additional assistance.

ADOPT A GARDEN Rosie Kelliher Argonne Park &   Sherwood Forest Pat Weisse Bill Diamond Fields Kathy & Tom Anderson, Canterbury Park   Ellen Buckman, Jerry & Barb Klug Patti Terrien and Bob Coon Gillis Park Marilyn Hendzel Hidden Valley Park Bonnie Paul Lois Aubinger Park Patti Beno Mike Vann Park Shannon Berken Pioneer Park (Pioneer Dr.) Cheryl Knoespel Skyline & Klipstine Parks Al & Kathy Vandenberg Smith Park Girl Scout Troop # 4113 Valley View Park & Maureen Nesvacil VFW Post # 10244 Veterans Park   & Steve and Mary Kidd Chris, Karen, Logan Waterford Park   & Connor Blazek

ADOPT A PARK Clarity Care Day Services Argonne & Skyline Parks Options Treatment Programs Ashwaubenon Sports Complex Ashwaubomay Park Klipstine Park Kallas Family Canterbury Park Beyond Abilities Fort Howard Park Patt Terrien & Robert Coon Gillis Park Hendzel Family Hidden Valley Park Eric & Sue Stein Hidden Valley Park Chris Berg Family Lois Aubinger & Vally View Parks GENCO Mike Vann Nancy Mattke, Sue Hudak, Pioneer Park Sue Janssen, Janet Penza, Darla Schmitz, Dianne Steenbock, and Sandy Tilque Judy Emmett Pocket Park (Packerland/Cormier) Urquhart Family Sherwood Forest Paragon Community Services Smith Park VFW Post # 10244 Veterans Park Steve and Mary Kidd

If you are interested in becoming involved in any of these programs, please contact the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department for additional information and the most current availability! The Village is currently seeking volunteers for several of our Parks in 2012!!! Current available Gardens include: - Ashwaubomay Park - Morris Park - Community Center -P  ioneer Park - Fort Howard Park (Ponderosa Ave.) 24 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

National Volunteer Week is scheduled for April 21-27 ... call the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department for ways to get involved!


Forestry Tree/Bench Donation Program The Village of Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is pleased to offer a Tree and Park Bench Donation Program. This program will provide individuals, families and organizations a way to remember a loved one, honor someone special or recognize a special achievement. If you would like to further discuss specific details of the program, a Parks, Recreation and Forestry staff member will be happy to meet with you to answer any questions. Tree Plantings from this Past Year - “Sienna Glen” Freeman Maple planted in memory of John and Jean Nenahlo at Ashwaubomay Park (Summer 2012) - “New Horizon” Elm planted in memory of Bud and Alice Akey at Fort Howard Park (Fall 2011) BENCHES INSTALLED in 2012: • In memory of John & Jean Nenahlo (Ashwaubomay) • In memory of Tom & Susie Wickman (Smith Park) • Donated by the Ashwaubenon Business Association (Klipstine Park) • In memory of Drew Elliot “Bluebird” Johnson (Sherwood Forest) • In memory of Beaux Lucas Mettler (Sherwood Forest)

Thinking about removing stumps or doing any other underground work in your yard? Remember to call Diggers Hotline at least 3 days before doing any work. This service is free and companies will locate their utilities at your worksite. Call 811 or 1-800-242-8511. Prune oak trees now to help prevent spread of oak wilt To minimize the potential for an oak wilt infection, the Village of Ashwaubenon has adopted an ordinance to PROHIBIT THE PRUNING OR WOUNDING OF OAKS FROM APRIL 1st TO JULY 15th. This policy applies to public as well as private trees.

STREET TREES AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS The Neighborhood Street Tree Planting Program will once again be offered in the fall of 2012. The planting program is a cost sharing partnership between the Village and its residents to promote the benefits of tree-lined streets. The resident pays for the tree while planting, maintenance and replacements will be the Village’s responsibility. A selection of suitable trees will be sent with an order form in early fall and planting will be done in late October or early November. Interested residents are asked to call the Village Forester before September 1, 2012 to be included in the program.

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EMERALD ASH BORER Emerald Ash Borer Detected in Brown County… Again! In June 2012, EAB was once again found in Brown County. The site is the same area where a single beetle was found in a detection trap in 2009. At that time no further evidence of EAB was detected despite extensive survey efforts by State, Federal and local forestry officials. Now 3 years later, approximately 35 trees were removed and chipped on WPS’s property in downtown Green Bay after discovered they were infested with EAB. In addition to the find here in Green Bay, EAB was also recently discovered this year in and around Lake Geneva and Janesville. Residents Encouraged to Protect Street Trees With the discovery of EAB in Brown County, The Village of Ashwaubenon (consistent with UW-Extensions recommendations) encourages residents to chemically treat ash trees to prevent being killed by EAB. Since limited resources preclude us from treating large numbers of the over 1,475 street and park ash trees, residents are encouraged to treat street trees on a preventative basis. A number of effective options are available, with many able to be done by homeowners while others require professional applicators. Below is a link to a great publication with the latest, research based information about treating for EAB. www.emeraldashborer.wi.gov/articleassets/ InsecticideOptionsForProtectingTreesFromEAB.pdf Please remember to complete a Village of Ashwaubenon “Tree Work – Permit Application” before treating any street trees. Several reasons for this are: • Ensuring trained, licensed contractors are complying with WI State laws and regulations and that RUP (Restricted Use Pesticides) are only be applied by professionals • Record treatments in our inventory to guide future management decisions • To minimize applications by unscrupulous contractors that may harm Ashwaubenon’s urban forest Village Continues Preparations for EAB’s Arrival The Village of Ashwaubenon has been preparing for the arrival of EAB for the past several years. The insect was first identified in the Detroit area in 2002 and has since spread throughout most of the Midwest killing several million Ash trees along the way. It has been found in Brown County in 2009 and again this past summer. The insect is very difficult to find until the population explodes, which has led to its rapid proliferation. Communities in Michigan and Illinois were completely overwhelmed by the volume of dead and dying Ash trees, resulting in very hazardous situations. 26 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

The insect has the potential to cause just as serious of a problem in Ashwaubenon. There are currently 954 Ash trees on the terraces throughout the Village of Ashwaubenon or 17% of our street tree population. Some of the steps taken by the Village of Ashwaubenon in the initial fight against the Emerald Ash Borer include: • Ash planting was discontinued in 2005. • Increased planting in Parks that are heavily populated with ash to increase species diversity. • Coordinated with various state agencies on trapping and inspection programs. • Inspecting all suspicious looking Ash trees on an annual basis. • Increased removal of declining Ash trees on the terraces and in parks. • Created a “Tree Work-Permit Application” to allow residents to chemically treat street trees adjacent to their property. In an effort to look to the future, the Village of Ashwaubenon will begin proactively removing and replacing recently planted Ash trees. These trees are often times small enough to efficiently remove and replace in one operation. Projects being considered for removal and replacement are: medians, parks and ash trees planted beneath overhead power lines.

Village Sets EAB Detection Traps Due to cuts in the Federal budget, the State of Wisconsin’s ability to conduct detection trapping for Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has been significantly reduced in 2012. Since early detection is critical to effectively managing an infestation, Village staff elected to purchase and place 6 EAB detection traps throughout the Village in 2012. Traps were set during the week of May 21, checked during the summer and will be taken down in early September with results being reported back to the Tree Board. Traps were installed at the following locations: - Argonne Park - Smith Park - Klipstine Park - Ashwaubomay Park - Pioneer Park - Hidden Valley Park - Fort Howard Park (purple panel set by DATCP/DNR) Please do not disturb these traps!!! If you see one on the ground please report it to the Department Office so it can be re-installed by Village staff.

Green Funnel Trap

Purple Panel Trap


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EMERALD ASH BORER Quarantined Counties Expand in 2012 Upon confirmation of an EAB find, the Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) will quarantine the county to restrict the transport and movement of wood products. Currently, this means hardwood firewood that has been stored, purchased, or harvested in Brown County (or any of the other quarantined counties) may not be moved out of the quarantined area. “Anything that could transport a life stage of the beetle is going to be under quarantine,” said Bob Dahl, DATCP’s chief regulator. “Firewood is our main concern when it comes to EAB.” Firewood can harbor many different kinds of invasive pests and diseases that are harmful to Wisconsin’s trees. Pests make their way into previously unaffected, healthy areas and pose a serious threat to trees throughout the state. Hardwood firewood, or ash material such as logs, mulch or nursery stock can be moved into or within the quarantined areas without penalty, but overall, firewood movement is a bad idea. Many invasive forest pests and diseases are inadvertently transported on firewood. WI-DNR also restricts firewood movement onto DNR managed properties in Wisconsin to prevent the spread of EAB to Wisconsin forests and recreational areas. Current quarantined counties include: Brown, Crawford, Fond du Lac, Kenosha, La Crosse, Milwaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Ozaukee, Vernon, Washington and Waukesha counties. Additionally, quarantines are pending for Walworth and Rock Counties.

For further information on EAB check out the following: www.emeraldashborer.wi.gov www.emeraldashborer.info www.dnr.wi.gov/forestry/fh/ash/

EAB MANAGEMENT FOR HOMEOWNERS Threats to your ash tree’s health may be lurking in your neighborhood or woodlot. As a property owner you can take steps to reduce the threat and spread of the emerald ash borer (EAB) by following these simple guidelines. Doing so will contribute to healthy urban and rural forests in Wisconsin. The emerald ash borer, first observed in Wisconsin in 2008, is a significant threat to the health of the state’s ash resource. Here’s what you can do about it: • Keep ash that is infested with EAB in place – do not move it off your property. • Keep hardwood firewood local – do not move your own from your property and if you are buying it, buy from a local or certified firewood dealer. • Protect high value ash trees with products that are labeled for controlling EAB. • Replace infested ash with other tree species. MANAGEMENT OPTIONS Research has shown that EAB-infested trees may show no symptoms until they have been infested for more than two to three years. Assume that all ash trees within 15 miles of a known infestation are infested (which applies to all of Ashwaubenon). 1. Treat with an Insecticide Treat with an insecticide only if the tree is apparently healthy or less than 40 percent of the crown has died, is discolored or has sparse foliage. Research has shown that trees with more than 40-50 percent crown dieback do not benefit from treatment. Treating with an insecticide reduces the population of EAB and prolongs the life of your tree. Treatment requires a long-term commitment. It is not known how long EAB will remain in an area, threatening the health of ash, thus several treatments may be required or treatments may be needed for the rest of the tree’s life. Contact a certified arborist to evaluate your treatment options. 2. Remove and Replace This is an option for ash in all stages of health. Contact an arborist to remove trees in your yard and to appropriately process wood to prevent additional spread of EAB. Replace trees with a non-ash species suitable to your site. A list of replacement trees can be found at: http://wihort.uwex.edu/ landscape/AshAlternatives.doc. 3. Do Nothing Observations in states where EAB has been present for several years show that all ash trees are susceptible to infestation and mortality. If you take this option, expect your tree to become infested and die. Be prepared to handle the hazards associated with dead trees such as falling branches which may damage property or endanger life.

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Village Services - Public Works Department a few winter reminders • Our crews go out within an hour of the snow ending, it takes our crews 6-8 hours to plow the entire Village. • The snow at the end of driveways happens in the normal process of snow removal. • If you mailbox is damaged during the snow removal process, please contact our office at 492-2310. You will be asked to leave your name/address/day-time contact number. One of the Street Department foremen will be out to do a temporary fix and discuss the options for a permanent repair in the Spring. • By Village ordinance, the Village crews will maintain the sidewalks in the school zones within 24 hours of a snowfall. All commercial sidewalks are to be cleaned of snow by the property owner within 24 hours of a snowfall. Christmas tree removal process Our chipper truck will be out every other day in January to assist with the disposal of Christmas trees. You may also bring your Christmas trees to the Village’s compost site on Collaer Ct. Please have a fun and safe winter season, and if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call 4922310. from the g.i.s. department (Geographic Information Systems)

Our little-known Department has created a way for Village Residents to view the Village in a whole new way! From the Village’s Home Page at www.ashwaubenon.com. On the left side, click ‘Online Maps’:

You can see your property, dimensions, floodplain areas, aerial photos and so much more! We are really proud of this service, so give it a try! 28 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

with the seasons, different ordinances are effected The most abused ordinance during the winter months is: 19-190 Deposit of snow or ice on street: No person shall remove any snow or ice from his premises, residence, parking lot, parking area, service station or business property onto any public right-ofway or property. Snow removed from public sidewalks shall not be stored in any manner which will obstruct or limit a vehicular or pedestrian vision, movement or access. Basically, what we are called about is people clearing out their driveway and pushing the snow into the street. landlord and tenants The Village of Ashwaubenon has adopted NFPA 14.4.1 general, means of egress shall be continuously maintained free of all obstruction or impediments to full instant use in case of fire or other emergency. If there is a ground level patio door and/or entrance door, there must be access to the outside, and a shoveled walkway. Also, 5-643 Driveways and sidewalks: All sidewalks, steps, porches, driveways and parking spaces shall be maintained in good repair and in such condition as not to pose a hazard to public health and safety. Please have a fun and safe winter season and if at any time you have question or concerns, please feel free to call us at 492-2309. What do these items all have in common?

Answer: Branches, grass, debris and leaves all can clog storm drains and lead to a very wet situation. Please be mindful of what is by the storm drains in the streets and in backyards. Plugged storm drains can cause flooding issues in the future. We can’t control Mother Nature, but we can control drains being clogged. The Public Works Department appreciates any help you can provide by keeping storm drains free and clear!


Village Services TREASURER

Assessment Revaluation Slated for 2013

Due to the decline in property values, a review of all assessed value in the Village of Ashwaubenon will be completed for 2013. The Village Board has contracted with Assessor, Mike Denor, d/b/a Fair market Assessments, to complete the project. Mike will be using the existing data he has on file. A value that better reflects the current market will be established. All property owners will receive a notice of the new assessed value in the fall of 2013. Open book sessions and the 2013 Board of Review will be stated with the notice.

VOTERS REQUIRED TO SIGN THE POLL LIST

2011 Wisconsin Act 23 requires a voter to sign the poll list, unless a disability prevents the voter from doing so. “..each eligible elector..shall state his or her full name and address..The official shall then require the elector to enter his or her signature on the poll list..”

VOTER REGISTRATION AND ABSENTEE BALLOT

In person absentee voting will be available two weeks prior to Election Day and end on Friday prior to election day. Please note: If you have moved or have a name change, you are required to register again with the new information. To request an Absentee Ballot, make such application in writing. Registration and Absentee Ballot Request forms are available on the village website www.ashwaubenon.com under the Clerk – Election Activity page. Otherwise feel free to call 4922302 or stop in the Clerk’s office.

2012 Fall ELECTIONS

dog and cat registration:

Dog and cat license are available at the Treasurer’s Office, 2155 Holmgren Way or a registration form is available on the Village of Ashwaubenon web site. Animal license must be renewed annually.

Village of Ashwaubenon residents now have a new place to safely dispose of old or unused prescription medication. The RX Drop Box is available in the Ashwaubenon Public Safety lobby located at 2155 Holmgren Way, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This project was financed by UnitedHealthCare and is working in partnership with WPS, Brown County Port & Solid Waste and Partners in Education Drug Alliance. - No syringes or needles - No non-medical inhalers - No mercury - No commercial, business or long-term care deposits - Leave medication in containers. You may cross out or remove your personal information. For a list of sharps collection stations in Brown County visit the link below: www.co.brown.wi.us/departments/page_af55935074d2/ ?department=fd7fb6bc484c&subdepartment=150121271284

Fall General: November 6, 2012

2013 Spring Elections

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Village Services

Become Active in Keeping Ashwaubenon Safe! - Start a Neighborhood Watch Today - Set up a meeting - Learn about what is happening in your area - Provide information to Ashwaubenon Public Safety to deter crime - Meet your neighbors

Contact: L ieutenant Brian Amenson (920) 492-2995 Bamenson@ashwaubenon.com

Ashwaubenon Public Safety needs your help in keeping our community GREAT!!! The Best Crime Prevention Tool is a Good Neighbor!!!

Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety’s Public Education Program Do you know what to do if your house or place of employment catches on fire? Do your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews know what they should do? In 2010, nationally we had 362,100 fires, 2,555 deaths and 13,275 injures caused by residential fires per the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS). This is a real danger that we need to prepare for through education.

Fire Hydrant Snow Removal Heavy volumes of snow can make it difficult to locate fire hydrants. The Village of Ashwaubenon is asking citizens to assist in making sure the hydrants are clear in case of an emergency. Residents and businesses are reminded to clear snow away from fire hydrants on their property and not to deposit snow in a way that would obstruct fire hydrants. “Taking a few minutes to remove snow from around your hydrants could save the fire department precious seconds if there is a fire,” says Chief Dunning. Chief Dunning is encouraging citizens who are unable to keep fire hydrants clear of snow to contact a neighbor that may be able to assist them. 30 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com

Does your home have operating smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and does your family have a safety plan in case of a fire? When should you purchase new smoke and corbon monoxide detectors? These are all very important questions we can answer. We will be meeting in October for Fire Prevention month at Parkview and Valley View Middle Schools. Please watch for us and have your questions ready!

Safety Tips Keep garages closed and secure when not outside and always keep your vehicle doors locked. When out shopping take a moment to look inside your car to ensure nothing of value is visible and lock your car doors.


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FAQ Regarding the Street Department Important information from the Ashwaubenon Street Department. Contact the Public Works Department at 492-2310 with any questions. Garbage and Recycling: Garbage carts and recycle bins must be kept apart for pickup. Put one on each side of the driveway or try and keep at least 3 feet between the cart and bin. Carts and bins should be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. on your garbage day and after pick up all carts and bins must be placed out of sight. Spring Clean Up: The Village of Ashwaubenon does not have a spring clean up. All yard debris may be brought to the Village Garage. This is located off of Cormier Road, between Holmgren Way and Ashland Avenue on Collaer Court. Mulch Pickup and Woodchips: Mulch and woodchips are also available for your landscaping needs.

Monthy Extra Item Pick Up: During the first FULL week of every month (the first time Monday and Friday both fall in the same week) you may put items to the curb that is up to 1 cubic yard in size. This is a pile that is 3 feet, by 3 feet by 3 feet. Brush Pickup: All brush must be put at the curb with the butt end to the street in not more than 8 foot lengths. Please do not mix brush with branches. Appliance Pickup: All appliances with Freon must be taken to the Brown County Transfer Station or you may call Kim & Paul’s Appliance at 4351500 or Tom’s Iron & Metal at 660-8626 for pickup. In the event that the Village Crews pick up the appliance, the property owner will be invoiced in the amount of $25.00 per appliance. Garden Compost: Decomposed compost is now available free of charge at the Village grass/leaf drop off site. This is a “recycled” product using leaves and grass collected in the Village. Leaf Pick-Up: Will start in October and continue until the First snow fall. The leaf trucks start at the North side of the Village and work South, this route is continued throughout the leaf season. Some areas of the Village do take more time to complete and we greatly appreciate your patience during this season. Fire Wood: Cut/split fire wood is available for $50.00 a face cord at the Village Garage. (8’x4’x18”)

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Village Services Effective September 1st, 2010

New Disposal Regulations for Electronic Devices Electronic devices often contain heavy metals. Their plastic components may have brominated flame-retardants, chlorofluorocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls. These materials should be saved from the landfill and properly disposed of through recycling outlets and reuse.

Recycling Places: Brown County Hazardous Waste Facility 2561 S. Broadway 920.492.4950 Hours for the Public: Thursday’s Noon until 6 p.m. Saturday’s 8 a.m. until Noon Charge of .20/lb.

Lamp Recyclers: Werner Electric Building 3055 Holmgren Way 920-403-1166 Hours for drop off: Monday through Friday 8:30-3:30 Charge of .40/lb for TV’s and Monitors .30/lb for all other electronics

  Exchange at retail outlet at time of purchasing new device.   Manufacturer’s take back program.   Donate to schools, churches, youth groups, clubs or non-profit organizations.  Give to friend, relative or neighbor.

Electronics include:

Televisions Cell Phones Video Games Palm Pilots Stereos MP3 Player Digital Cameras

Computer Components (hard drive, mouse, keyboard, printer, scanner, etc) Telephones Binoculars/Telescopes Portable Audio Equip. Microwaves DVD Players Robots Fax Machines Film Projectors Camcorders Answering Machines Electric Typewriters Car Audio Equipment GPS VCR’s Copiers Police Scanners Radios Digital Thermometers

**Any digital device or electronic item that contains a circuit board ***Home Appliances (refrigerators, washer, dryer, etc…,) are excluded. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us at (920) 492-2310 or email streets@ashwaubenon.com 32 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com


Village Services From the Street Department: No Over Night Parking By Village Ordinance 7.02 (4) there is not overnight parking on any streets from November 1st through March 31st. Due to the size of the plow trucks it is very hazardous to try maneuver around parked vehicles. Please be cautious during the winter months and be observant to the weather conditions to ensure that your vehicle is not parked on the roadway during these months.

A few Winter reminders: - Our crews go out within an hour of the snow ending, it takes our crews 6-8 hours to plow the entire Village. - The snow at the end of driveways happens in the normal process of snow removal. - By Village ordinance, the Village crews will maintain the sidewalks in the school zones within 24 hours of a snowfall. All commercial sidewalks are to be cleaned of snow by the property owner within 24 hours of a snow fall.

Proper Mailbox Height During the winter season, unfortunately many mailboxes are damaged during the snow removal process. The diagram shows the correct installation height for the snow plows. Mailboxes not properly installed are at risk of damage at owner’s expense/replacement. - The door of the mailbox should be flush with the back of the curb.

The door is flush with back of curb. 42” clearance from bottom of mailbox to curb top

- 42” from the bottom of the mailbox to the top of the curb or minimum height of 48” from roadway.

Tax Collection Change Notice The Village of Ashwaubenon will no longer remain as a real estate or property tax collection site starting with the upcoming 2012 taxes. Brown County will assume real estate and property tax collection responsibilities for all future years. The Village was the last community in Brown County that collected taxes but that effort will now shift to the county. Tax payers will need to reference their future tax bills for proper payment locations. Please note however, that

the Bank Mutual branch on Oneida Street in Ashwaubenon is one of Brown County’s tax payment locations. More detailed information to follow.

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General Information Community Gardens @ Bill Diamond Park Sign-up dates in 2013 for the Ashwaubenon Community Garden @ Bill Diamond Park are as follows:

Fee: $25 for season

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 @ 8 a.m.: Sign ups begin for returning gardeners only, from 2011.

There are 50 plots available for use. These plots are a combination of inorganic & organic. Returning gardeners are allowed to sign up for one (1) plot only. Please call our office in spring of 2013 prior to sign-ups for additional details, or check our website @ www.ashwaubenon.com

Tuesday, March 19th 2013 @ 8 a.m.: Sign-ups for NEW gardeners

2012 was the second successful season for the Ashwaubenon community gardens. There were 50 plots used by Ashwaubenon residents to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers. The community garden is open for the public to walk through…it is located across the driveway from our yard waste recycling center @ the end of Collaer Court. Perhaps you can pick up some gardening tips as you take a stroll!

THANK YOU! A huge thank you goes out to our summer concert sponsors who made our 2012 season a success: San Luis Medical & Rehabilitation Center Ashwaubenon Lions Club Pepsi-Cola of NE Wisconsin SMET Construction Services Ashwaubenon Optimists Club Baylake Bank Ashwaubenon Business Association Heyrman Printing L.P. Mooradian Co. Flooring Bank First National We look forward to a super 2013 Ashwaubenon Summer Concert season! 34 • Village of Ashwaubenon • www.ashwaubenon.com


Registration Information registration begins:

Village Residents: Monday, August 27th @ 8:00 a.m. Non-Residents: Tuesday, September 4th @ 8:00 a.m. WALK-IN REGISTRATION

MAIL-IN REGISTRATION

DROP BOX

fax

ONLINE

A 24-hour depository box is www. 492-2341 located through the front entrance ashwaubenon Walk-in registrations will be Mail your completed registration Credit Card (MasterCard, Visa of the Village Hall. Place in a sealed .com accepted at the Parks & Recreation form and check payable to: & Discover only), payment envelope marked Park & Rec Department during regular business information MUST accompany all fax See page 3 for Ashwaubenon Parks & Recreation Dept. Registration. hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. registrations or they cannot be processed instructions. 2155 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 NON-RESIDENT POLICY

Department programs and activities are supported by village property taxes. Non-Residents are required to pay their “fair share” to support activities. Program fee for Non-Residents is an additional $15.00.

CLASS CANCELLATIONS

Please don’t wait until the last minute to sign up. Activities will be canceled if there are insufficient registrations. Notification of cancellations or schedule changes will be made as soon as possible.

PROGRAM PARTICIPANT AGES

REFUNDS

If a participant cancels a registration $5.00 will be charged for processThe age of the child at the start ing, with the balance of the activity fee being refunded. Cancellaof the program will be used to tions may occur up to two days before an activity unless there is a registration deadline. NO REFUNDS will be given after an activity determine program eligibility. has started. Full refunds will be given when the Department cancels classes or makes schedule changes. Please note: A $5.00 fee will be charged if a participant switches from one class to another.

REGISTRATION FORM – MAIL/DROP-OFF/FAX Mail/Drop off to: Village of Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry, 2155 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 Fax to: 920-492-2341 1. Registering Adult (Parent or Guardian), please PRINT AND FILL OUT FORM COMPLETELY Last Name_ _____________________________________________________________   First Name_________________________________________________________ Address_ ________________________________________________________________   City / Zip__________________________________________________________ Home Phone___________________________________   Work / Day Phone_____________________________________   Cell Phone________________________________ E-Mail Address_ ____________________________________________________   Special Considerations (medications, disabilities, etc.)________________________________ Emergency Name & Phone (if no one answers to the above numbers)_ _____________________   Relationship to registrant(s)____________________________________________ If more than one parental home or other special circumstance, give name, address home/work phone below:________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Fill in programs for each participant Class Number Class Name/Time Participant Last Name Participant First Name M/F Date of Birth Grade Level Fee $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Terms and Conditions: I, as the participant or parent/legal guardian of the above named child, hereby give permission for his/her/ Sub-Total __$___________ my participation in the above listed activity(ies). I further authorize, without my prior approval, the rendering of any emergency medical Credit from Account __$___________ treatment that may be necessary due to his/her/my participation in the activity (ies). I hereby, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have against the representatives, successors, TOTAL __$___________ and assigns for any and all injuries suffered by myself or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups. In addition, by registering for the program I have granted the Village of Ashwaubenon permission to use my photograph for promotional purposes unless otherwise noted. Participant or Parent/Guardian Signature_ _____________________________________________________________   Date___________________________________ 4. Payment Information Payable to Village of Ashwaubenon Visa   MasterCard   Discover   Check/Check No.______________________________    Cash Card Holder Name__________________________________________  Payment Amount $___________   Credit Card Number_____________________________________ Expiration Date__________________  Security Code________________  Authorized Signature_ _______________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION FORM – MAIL/DROP-OFF/FAX Mail/Drop off to: Village of Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry, 2155 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 Fax to: 920-492-2341 1. Registering Adult (Parent or Guardian), please PRINT AND FILL OUT FORM COMPLETELY Last Name_ _____________________________________________________________   First Name_________________________________________________________ Address_ ________________________________________________________________   City / Zip__________________________________________________________ Home Phone___________________________________   Work / Day Phone_____________________________________   Cell Phone________________________________ E-Mail Address_ ____________________________________________________   Special Considerations (medications, disabilities, etc.)________________________________ Emergency Name & Phone (if no one answers to the above numbers)_ _____________________   Relationship to registrant(s)____________________________________________ If more than one parental home or other special circumstance, give name, address home/work phone below:________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Fill in programs for each participant Class Number Class Name/Time Participant Last Name Participant First Name M/F Date of Birth Grade Level Fee $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ $ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Terms and Conditions: I, as the participant or parent/legal guardian of the above named child, hereby give permission for his/her/ Sub-Total __$___________ my participation in the above listed activity(ies). I further authorize, without my prior approval, the rendering of any emergency medical Credit from Account __$___________ treatment that may be necessary due to his/her/my participation in the activity (ies). I hereby, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have against the representatives, successors, TOTAL __$___________ and assigns for any and all injuries suffered by myself or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups. In addition, by registering for the program I have granted the Village of Ashwaubenon permission to use my photograph for promotional purposes unless otherwise noted. Participant or Parent/Guardian Signature_ _____________________________________________________________   Date___________________________________ 4. Payment Information Payable to Village of Ashwaubenon Visa   MasterCard   Discover   Check/Check No.______________________________    Cash Card Holder Name__________________________________________  Payment Amount $___________   Credit Card Number_____________________________________ Expiration Date__________________  Security Code________________  Authorized Signature_ _______________________________________________________________


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