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‘Who am i to judge?’ pope says of gay priests

ABOARD THE PAPAL AIRCRAFT (AP) — A remarkably candid Pope Francis struck a conciliatory stance toward gays Monday, saying “who am I to judge” when it comes to the sexual orientation of priests. “We shouldn’t marginalize people for this. They must be integrated into society,” Francis said during an extraordinary 82-minute exchange with reporters aboard his plane returning from his first papal trip, to celebrate World Youth Day in Brazil. “If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?” the pope asked. Francis’ first news conference as pope was wide-

ranging and open, touching on everything from the greater role he believes women should have in the Catholic Church to the troubled Vatican Bank. While his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, responded to only a few pre-selected questions during his papal trips, Francis did not dodge a single query, even thanking the journalist who asked about reports of a “gay lobby” inside the Vatican and allegations that one of his trusted monsignors was involved in a gay tryst. Francis said he investigated the allegations against the clergyman according to canon law and found nothing to back them up. He took journalists to task for reporting

on the matter, saying it concerned issues of sin, not crimes like sexually abusing children. And when someone sins and confesses, he said, God not only forgives — he forgets. “We don’t have the right to not forget,” he said. While the comments did not signal a change in Catholic teaching that homosexual acts are “intrinsically disordered,” they indicated a shift in tone under Francis’ young papacy and an emphasis on a church that is more inclusive and merciful rather than critical and disciplinary. Francis’ stance contrasted markedly with that of Benedict, who signed a document in 2005 that said men who had

deep-rooted homosexual tendencies should not be priests. Gay leaders were buoyed by Francis’ approach, saying the change in tone was progress in itself, although for some the encouragement was tempered by Francis’ talk of gay clergy’s “sins.” “Basically, I’m overjoyed at the news,” said Francis DeBernardo, executive director of the U.S.-based New Ways Ministry, a group that promotes justice and reconciliation for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and the wider church community. “For decades now, we’ve had nothing but negative comments about gay and lesbian people coming from the Vatican,” DeBer-

nardo said in a telephone interview from Maryland. The largest U.S. gay rights group, Human Rights Campaign, said in a statement that the pope’s remarks “represent a significant change in tone.” Still, said Chad Griffin, the HRC president, as long as gays “are told in churches big and small that their lives and their families are disordered and sinful because of how they were born — how God made them — then the church is sending a deeply harmful message.” In Italy, the country’s first openly gay governor, Nichi Vendola, urged fellow politicians to learn a lesson from the pope. “I believe that if politics had one-millionth of the

capacity to ... listen that the pope does, it would be better able to help people who suffer,” he said. Vendola praised the pope for drawing a clear line between homosexuality and pedophilia. “We know that a part of reactionary clerical thought plays on the confusion between these two completely different categories,” he said. Francis also said he wanted a greater role for women in the church, though he insisted “the door is closed” to ordaining them as priests. In one of his most important speeches in Rio, Francis described the church in feminine terms, saying it would be “sterile” without women.

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SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REPORT This is only a sample of the 32 calls the Price County Sheriff ’s Department responded to between July 15 and July 21.

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A caller reported there was an older black colored vehicle with damage in the ditch on State Highway 70 by Sailor Lake. The caller did not see anyone around and she did not stop to see if anyone was in the vehicle or injured. A deputy responded. Later, a male subject reported the accident in question. He said he would meet with an officer on State Highway 70 and the intersection on Riley Lake Road.

An employee of a restoration company reported that when he went to secure a vacant residence that is bank-owned, he found the residence full of medicine bottles with pills in them. The caller would like a deputy to collect the pills for safekeeping. The residence has been abandoned for over a year. An anonymous female called to report juveniles racing vehicles on Hicks Landing Road from the cranberry marsh

A female subject drove through an accident scene and her vehicle was scraped by downed electrical wires. A deputy was requested to meet with the female subject. The Eau Claire Police Department called to request assistance in locating a male subject. The subject has violated a restraining order and is suicidal and homicidal.

A caller dialed 9-1-1 to report a onevehicle accident. The caller stated the vehicle hit a pole, but the pole was still standing and the wires were up. There was one male occupant who was alert and conscious, but who had blood on his hand. The Prentice Ambulance Service, Ogema Fire Department, Price Electric Cooperative and deputies responded. A towing company responded to remove the vehicle.

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Music Waterfest, the weekly Thursday night concert series at the Leach Amphitheater on the Fox River features music by Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real tonight. Opening the show will be Sly Joe and the JUMBO Smooth Operators and Brett Newski. It’s a “twofor-one” admission night, if you arrive before 6 p.m. Normal admission is $8 before 6 p.m. (so, $4 tonight), $10 before 7 p.m., and $15 after 7 p.m. Music starts at 6 p.m. at the Leach, 303 Ceape Ave. Before and after Waterfest, stroll through our historic downtown for the Oshkosh Main Street Music Festival. It runs daily and nightly Thursday through Sunday at dozens of local venues. The festival was created to showcase our thriving local music scene and will feature more than 100 musicians, artists, comedians and entertainers.

Featured performers include Dead Horses, Greg Waters & The Broad Street Boogie, The Phry, The Traveling Suitcase and Ifdakar. For a complete schedule and location of events, go to www.OshkoshMainStreet MusicFestival.com.

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INCREASE YOUR BOTTOM LINE ABOUT LEADS

Leads is designed to give you a competitive edge by keeping you informed about what’s happening in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Walworth, Kenosha and Racine counties. Much of the information is compiled by American City Business Leads and includes public records gathered from courthouses, government offices and informational websites.

BUILDING PERMITS — COMMERCIAL

COURT JUDGMENTS

Published are permits of more than $50,000. Information includes: contractor/owner, job site address, description, estimated value.

MILWAUKEE COUNTY Acuity vs. John Ranson Construction Inc., 1828 S. 76th St.. Milwaukee 53214, $31,337, plaintiff, case #2013 CV 004212, 07/02/12.

MILWAUKEE COUNTY/ CITY OF MILWAUKEE C.D. Smith Construction, commercial alteration at 223 W. Pittsburgh Ave., (government office), $80,518.

Wisconsin Electric Power Co. vs. Cranberry Creek Associates, 243 E. Buffalo St., Milwaukee 53202, $41,379, plaintiff, case #2013 CV 004891, 07/03/13.

Creative Constructor, commercial alteration at 816 W. National Ave., (elementary school), $440,000.

Milwaukee City vs. Davons 3 Price Car Lots LLC, 7000 N. Teutonia Ave , Milwaukee 53209, $31,879, plaintiff, case #2013 CV 001561,07/05/13.

J.H. Hassinger Co. Inc., commercial construction at 3629 N. 16th St., (park or playground), $600,000. Sackerson Construction, commercial alteration at 2363 S. 35th St., (gov­ ernment office), $218,000. WASHINGTON COUNTY Biertzer Properties LLC, commercial alteration/addition at 1193 N. Main St., Lot OL 83 Assessor’s plat/Barton (convert single family home to office including driveway and parking lot), $75,000. Design 2 Construct, commercial alteration at 2375 W. Washington St., $90,000. Don & Sons Construction LLC, com­ mercial alteration at 300 S. Sixth Ave., Lot 3 Block 19 West Bend Origi­ nal Plat (add restroom/mezzanine), $569,000. Network Drywall, commercial altera­ tion at 250 N. 18th, $85,000. SMA Construction Services Inc., commercial addition at 2151 N. Main St., MPTC Trades Lab, $1,060,000. CITY OF WAUKESHA Carroll College Inc. (owner), com­ mercial alteration at 151 S. East St., (Bergstrom Hall renovations), $150,000,3,920 square feet. Hunzinger Construction, commercial alteration at 725 American Ave., Waukesha Memorial Hospital (wound care), $286,669,2,771 square feet. Precision Store Works, commercial alteration at 2320 Bluemound Road, Home Depot (remodel), $60,000, 3,643 square feet. Professional Consultants, com­ mercial addition at 1907 E. More­ land Blvd., Boucher GMC Buick, $1,750,000,14,874 square feet. Riley Construction Co. Inc., com­ mercial alteration at 725 American Ave., Prohealth WMH (kitchen ex­ haust), $103,789. Stier Construction Inc., commercial alteration at 119 Wright St., (install accessible ramp), $175,000,5,285 square feet. Taco Bell of America (owner), com­ mercial alteration at 405 W. Sunset Drive, $179,000,2,012 square feet.

YP Midwest Publishing LLC vs. Check Cash Advance of Wisconsin Inc., 1518 S 84th St., West Allis 53214, $19,543, plaintiff, case #2013 CV 004705, 07/05/13. WALWORTH COUNTY Thorpe & Christian SC vs. Wisconsin Municipal Services LLC, 837 Tar­ rant Drive. Fontana 53125, $79,889, plaintiff, case #2007 CV 001259, 07/01/13. WAUKESHA COUNTY Don Stevens Inc. vs. Gil-Her Ltd., 115 King St., Sun Prairie 53590, $15,569, plaintiff, case #2011 CV 003946, 07/02/13.

FEDERAL TAX LIENS WASHINGTON COUNTY Stadelmann's Landscaping Inc., P.O. Box 146, Richfield 53076, $4,336, (941), document #1339987, 06/24/13. Packaging Sales Inc., W188 N11770 Maple Road, Germantown 53022, $8,007, (941), document #1339988, 06/24/13. Precious Ones Learning Center Inc., 3022 W. Washington St.. West Bend 53095, $15,646, (940/941), docu­ ment #1339989, 06/24/13. WAUKESHA COUNTY Airport Connection of Wisconsin Inc., W330 N6147 Hasslinger Drive, Nashotah 53058, $51,678, (1120), document #4021016, 06/17/13. Brighter Days Children Center Inc., W154 N6214 Marvel Drive, Menomonee Falls 53051, $10,718, (941), document #4022267, 06/20/13.

FEDERAL TAX LIENS RELEASES

WAUKESHA COUNTY Paragon Personnel LLC/Sean Huff single member, 820 Thackeray Trail, Oconomowoc 53066, $120,039, (940/941), document #4022268, 06/20/13. Mario’s Natural Roman Pizza Inc., 555 Bayview Road, Mukwonago 53149, $6,562, (940/941), document #4021027, 06/17/13. Mario's Natural Roman Pizza Inc., 555 Bayview Road. Mukwonago

53149, $3,999, (940/941), document #4021029, 06/17/13. Landry’s Brookfield BP Inc., 2005 N. Calhoun Road, Brookfield 53005, $7,410, (1120), document #4021032, 06/17/13.

INCORPORATIONS Incorporations are filed with the Department of Financial Institutions, state of Wisconsin. They are listed in ZIP code order and include the fol­ lowing information: registered agent, business name, address. KENOSHA COUNTY Keith Kane, SLGTA Inc., 21700 Wilmot Road, Bristol 53104. Eric Roberts, Picknic Tables LLC, 1290 22nd Ave.. Kenosha 53140. Steven Borucki, Urban Collaborative LLC. 3618 Seventh Ave., Kenosha 53140. Annette Gonzalez, Staffing Solutions LLC, 2506 15th Place, Kenosha 53140. Richard Allen, Regnum Consulting LLC. 4505 85th St.. Kenosha 53142. Nauman Siddiqi, Physician Services LLC, 6430 Green Bay Road, Kenosha 53142. Nicholas Rezny, Eye Mathithy LLC, 4107 83rd St., Kenosha 53142. Susan Fleuchaus, 6828 Kenosha LLC, 10009 64th St., Kenosha 53142. Robert Mudra, Healthy Strategies LLC, 6300 76th St. Suite 200, Keno­ sha 53142.

Submit Leads or People on the Move items to: Barb Zaferos: bzaferos@bizjournals.com Mail: 825 N. Jefferson St., Suite 200 Milwaukee, Wl 53202 Fax: 414-278-7028

Justin Seimits, Impervious LLC, 2233 N. Summit Ave., Milwaukee 53202.

Hadley Street Manor Adult Family Home LLC, 2556 N. Teutonia Ave./P.O. Box 6701, Milwaukee 53206.

Terrell Martin, Royal Heirs Transpor­ tation Inc., 4629 W. Scranton Place, Milwaukee 53216.

Arouca LLC, 777 E. Wisconsin, Mil­ waukee 53202.

Kathy Block, KBT Properties LLC, 445 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee 53207.

Arlester Newman, Neustone Con­ struction LLC, 3174 N. 41st St., Milwaukee 53216.

Rick Schulz, Schulz Family Yards LLC, 2721 E. Oklahoma Ave., Milwau­ kee 53207.

Igor Shaykevich, The Outdoors LLC, 5205 N. Ironwood Road Suite 102, Glendale 53217.

Keren Orr, Unbind LLC, 3363 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. Apt. 5. Milwaukee 53207.

Therese Luna, Blkbox MKE LLC, 4863 N. Lake Drive, Whitefish Bay 53217.

Heidi Collins, Aetling LLC, 2785 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Milwaukee 53207.

Mijal Zagier, MNZ Creative LLC. 154 E. Fairy Chasm Road. Milwaukee 53217.

Reliant Lender Services LLC, 780 N Water St., Milwaukee 53202. Gunning For Hope Inc., 111 E. Wis­ consin Ave. Suite 1800, Milwaukee 53202. Jill Tanger, Jill Tanger LLC, 2009 N. Prospect Ave. No. 25, Milwaukee 53202. Manpowergroup Mexico Holdings LLC, 780 N. Water St.. Milwaukee 53202.

Matt Ray, LIIWARD LLC, 3140 S. Indiana Ave., Milwaukee 53207.

Patrick Farley, CSA Partners LLC. 555 E. Wells St. Suite 1630, Milwau­ kee 53202.

Martinez White, Intuition Produc­ tions LLC, 5035 N. 38th St.. Milwau­ kee 53209.

Jon HerTeman, Debt Acquisition IV

PC Repair Shop MKE Inc., 4965 N. 20th, Milwaukee 53209.

LLC, 731 N. Jackson St., Milwaukee 53202. Thomas Cunningham, Historic Post­ cards LLC, 320 E. Buffalo St. Suite 700, Milwaukee 53202. John Lonergan, Perfect Fit Construc­ tion LLC, 111 E. Wisconsin Ave.. Milwaukee 53202. Peter Mahler, Pine Lake 600 LLC, 600 N. Broadway Suite 200, Milwau­ kee 53202. Mandt Construction LLC, 250 E. Wis­ consin Ave. 18th Floor, Milwaukee 53202.

Roy Williams, Williams Law Group LLC, 3900 W. Brown Deer Road Suite A, Brown Deer 53209. Tammy Butler, Teachable Moments Family & Children's Center Inc., 7514 N. 43rd Road St., Milwaukee 53209. Betty Pyles, A Child's World Inc., 6737 N. Teutonia Ave., Milwaukee 53209. Homer Key, Internet Marketing Group LLC, 2976 N. 29th St.. Milwaukee 53210. Gail Coleman, G&J Fish Market LLC, 3821 W. Center. Milwaukee 53210.

Gregory Hildebrand, Milwaukee Mediation Center LLC, 126 N. Jef­ ferson St. Suite 200, Milwaukee 53202.

The City Pet Market LLC, 4020 N. Wilson Drive, Shorewood 53211.

Michael Benentt, S&H Worldwide Inc., 111 E. Wisconsin Ave. Suite 1800, Milwaukee 53202.

Igor Solunskiy, Armstreet Interna­ tional Inc., 700 E. Wright, Milwaukee 53212.

Racine Property Holdings LLC, 111 E. Kilbourn Ave. 19th Floor, Milwaukee 53202.

Hugh Masterson, Ham Hock LLC, 2130-A N. Booth St., Milwaukee 53212.

Mike Korczyk, 2023 62nd St. LLC, 4529122nd, Pleasant Prairie 53158.

Michael Kopp, Bella Vita Beata LLC, 1223 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee 53202.

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Davinder Toor, AKT Hotels LLC, 10315 S. George Drive, Oak Creek 53154.

Clarerita Higgins, Optimum Health Care Consulting LLC, 2100 W. Vine St., Milwaukee 53205.

Elizabeth Sparks, Got Munchies LLC, 2615 W. Cleveland Ave., Milwaukee 53215.

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Susan Riegg, Global Physician Re­

Juan Hernandez, Hernandez Barber &

Lee Augustine, Trinity Financial Solutions

sources LLC, 6789 N. Green Bay No. A. Glendale 53209.

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Caria Day, Studio Tala LLC. 4327 N.

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Susan Gleysteen, 30CRAMURRAY LLC.

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Jeffrey Centers, JLC Consulting LLC, 11710 W Woods Road, Franklin 53132.

Entertainment LLC. 2348 N. 12th St, Milwaukee 53206.

Laura Gall, Maxgigicare LLC. W70 N1014 Hampton Court, Cedarburg 53012.

Shata Epps, The Children's Place Learn­ ing Center LLC, 3401 N. 76th St., Milwau­ kee 53222.

Christopher Gontarskl, CLG Solutions LLC. 1595 Swallow Drive, Grafton 53024.

Demarco Henry, Reliable Trucking LLC, Steven Langhenrich, Lake Shore

7940 W. Potomac Ave.. Milwaukee 53222.

Contracting LLC, 219 Lake Shore Road, Grafton 53024.

Kevin Cartwright, KJC Construction LLC, Richard London, Richard London

David Casey, Milwaukee Hitters LLC, James O'Malley, States Self Storage Management Co. LLC, 8536 River Terrace

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MD LLC, 9721 N Lake Drive. Bayside 53217. James Paley, Helpful Products 4U LLC, 301 W. Coventry Court Apt. 303, Glendale

Richard Merritt, Alleykatz LLC, 934 N. Benjamin St., Port Washington 53074.

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Katherine Allen, Hands With A Healing

Jill Parker, Complete Transit LLC, 9188 N. Silver Brook Lane, Milwaukee

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Tamara Caldwell, T.M. Reed Trucking LLC. 3271 N. Holton St.. Milwaukee

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Wayne Hanson, Midwest Urology As­ sociates LLC, 2600 N. Mayfair Road Suite

Jordan Dimmer, J.M.D. Investments

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Debra Selbel, Milwaukee County Hospitality Association Foundation Inc., 312 W. Plainfield Ave., Milwaukee 53207.

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John Gleysteen, Hackfre LLC. 6921 N. Yates Road, Milwaukee 53217.

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Peo pie on me m ARTS Brian Wagner, a com­ mercial banking as­ sociate at BMO Harris, Milwaukee, has been appointed a director on

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Michael Clementi has been named sales Braeger Associated Bank Milwaukee, has an­ nounced several new hires: Matthew Braeger. senior vice

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UNION THRESHEREE–The weather was a little “iffy”, but that didn’t stop the thousands who turned out for the annual Union Thresheree & National Antique Tractor Pull this weekend in Symco. The photos here were taken on Saturday afternoon as this photographer landed in Symco and tried to find a parking spot in a 20 acre field. Mission accomplished (barely). A glance to the south (top picture) saw three generations of John Deere combines harvesting grain. In order of era, a JD 30 pull-type, a JD 40 and a JD 55 (yes, we finally have an enclosed cab). Wandering through the Unionville Print Shop (my favorite stop) and who should appear??? Robert Peterson (left) of Sobieski, WI, who could talk shop with the photographer because he worked in a print shop in the 1950’s. Below, left, familiar faces were found traversing the grounds–namely Larry Joos, Dave Fritz and Ben Joos. Above, right, more familiar faces–the Miller clan from Clintonville. Tammy, Jeff, Shaye and Rainna were just heading in to watch the tractor pull when the fearless photographer stopped them long enough to pose for a picture.

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67th Maxwell Street Day

SIDEWALK SALE

2300 Forest Avenue • Two Rivers • 794-8931

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1339 North 8th St • Manitowoc • 682-4931

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Special Selection of Gifts

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Mens Dress Shirts

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CASA Lakeshore Community Action Program Hope House of Manitowoc County Runaway and Youth Services Manitowoc Domestic Violence Center and Sexual Assault Resource Center St. Luke’s Place St. Vincent de Paul League of Women’s Voters of Manitowoc County The Retired Enlisted Association United Way Felician Village Green Bay Home Medical Two Rivers TRIAD, Crime Prevention, Dunk Tank Two Rivers Senior Center

MAXWELL ST. DAY SPECIAL Friday, August 2nd

Schroeder’s 1623 Washington St Two Rivers

ONE DAY ONLY!

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ONE DAY TRUNK SALE! August 2 9am - 6pm

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2116 Washington Street • Two Rivers • 920-794-1351

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400

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DEI FRATELLI SALSA JUGS

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GREAT WI STRING CHEESE

CEDAR CREST ICE CREAM

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Bargain Tables

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$2.00 off Soda with in store coupon

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ORV’S TASTY TOPPINGS PIZZA

YMCA Lester Public Library Anytime Fitness Back In Motion Chiropractic CP Center - Lakeshore - Cerebral Palsy Wisteria Haus Harmony Living Centers, LLC/Alzheimer’s Walk Healthiest Manitowoc County National Guard Public Works equipment, Parks and Recreation equipment and games, Inflatables and Farmers Market will be located in the West Park Area.

The Coolest Store on the Lakeshore August 2nd & 3rd Only!

75% OFF

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PIGGLY WIGGLY GALLON MILK

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5:00 PM Jefferson St End of Bridge Celebration following in Central Park Brats, Burgers, Soft Drinks & Beer Music by White Chocolate 5:30-7:30PM

Friday & Satturd day, August 2nd & 3rd

25% OFF The Honey Pot

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17th Street Bridge Ribbon-Cutting

1810 East St., Two Rivers • 793-5240

4141 Harbor Town Lane 920-652-9570 Manitowoc, WI

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FRESH MEAT, FROZEN MEAT, LUNCH MEAT, & FISH

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Two Rivers Elks Lodge 1380 - Food Manitowoc County Joint Dispatch Center Thrivent Financial St. Peter the Fisherman Two Rivers Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses City of Two Rivers Fire Department - Fire Truck Aurora Health Care Wisconsin State Patrol - Rollover Convincer Elks Lodge 1380 Public Works/ Shop/ Engineering! Water/ Wastewater Two Rivers Water and Light - Electric Department United States Coast Guard - Boat Clipper City Co - Op Painting Pathways

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Purses & Totes

1623 WASHINGTON TWO RIVERS • 793-2241

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Fashion Jewelry Starting at $10

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SHRIMP

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ONLY $12.99/bag

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Farmers Market

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Parks & Rec Games

Jewelry

Elks Food

Flour Sack Towels

Parks & Recreation Public Work Equipment

Special Selection

ALSO CELEBRATING Maxwell Street Days!

Two Rivers Business Association

GREAT SALE PRICES INSIDE AND OUT Egyptian Cotton

TUESDAY, JULY 30, 2013 ◆ A5

ONE DAY ANNIVERSARY SALE! FRIDAY ONLY AUGUST 2ND

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MINI TURNOVERS

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$ 99

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FOXMORE WINE PIGGLY WIGGLY EXCLUSIVE

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L ancaster a rea c hamber

Chamber Board of

Directors

Sheri Wolf - Head Zup Heather McLean - SW Op Center Sandy Wiest - BMO Harris Bank Amy Bell Kwallek - Chamber

President Vice-President Treasurer Executive Director

Jean Wanezek American Bank

Sara Burks MaCandis Boutique, LLC

Nicole Clapp Grant Regional

Bob Bird Edward Jones

Rick Sanson Queen B Radio

Kyle Vesperman Vesperman Corporation

Roger Bussan Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor

Jan Schmidt Gasser True Value Sarah Kirschbaum Wisconsin Bank and Trust

WANTED

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Call 349-2011 to register!

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Ambassador’s View

by Pat Kwallek I was watching an old movie the other night. I sometimes turn to the Turner Classic Movies because I enjoy them and because they are commercialfree. This particular night, it was a movie about the old west, when lo and behold, I saw jet trails across the background sky! It was kind of amusing. Another thing I have noticed and not liked, is the use of darkness and dark backgrounds, which must save a lot of money as compared to giving a lot of detail. This is used most often in horror films, which I otherwise like, but recently I noticed dark backgrounds in the classic, “The Brothers Karamisov”, with one of my favorites Yul Brynner. There were no dark backgrounds but instead, levity and light when your Chamber Ambassadors took their good-will coffee to the offices of Kinney, Urban and Kussmaul, first established in 1935, when Ken Orchard and Donald McIntyre formed a partnership. Patrick Kinney became a partner in 1947. Stuart Urban joined the firm in 1964, and Jack Kussmaul in 1981. All three original members have died.. Kussmaul and Urban are pleased to have added three associates who are all area men. They include Brian Muller of Dickeyville; in 2009; Dan Glass of Cassville in 2011, and Ben Wood of Fennimore in 2012. Their building dates back to 1903 and housed the Lancaster State Bank until 1959, when the law firm took over. During a lively and often humorous discussion, Jack revealed he has been involved with world-wide activities, including running the Boston Marathon, and last year, crossed the Andes Mountains on the back of a mule. Ambassador Ivars Kalnins commented that Jack used to have a rowing scull on the Wisconsin River and had floated the river in an inner tube. Jack has a beautiful home on the Wisconsin near Woodman. Stu Urban is a duck hunter of some renown, but said that Ben

Wood has taken over that sport. He has a cabin in the north and enjoys playing golf. He is originally from Rothschild, Wis. The attorneys handle “a lot of estates,” don’t do a great deal of criminal law, but have a busy practice. Stu told about his first day on the job, when McIntyre and Kinney asked him if he knew how to type, and not to “bother the secretaries.” Apparently he heeded the advice, because one of the secretaries is about to retire. Mary Gotzinger will have spent 52 years on the job.

Our coffee was held in a downstairs conferences room that houses an extensive collection of law books, some very old. The men pointed out that every law office has these old, leather bound volumes, so they probably don’t have any real value. Still, they are interesting to see and, we suspect to read. Stu noted the firm works with a lot of farm-related organizations, adding, “We have more property than people.” He said they represent two factory farms, one at Lancaster and the other outside Darlington. AFTERVIEW: We love having company, but would like to be awake when

Tuesday, August 27 • 11:30-2 Council Chambers - City Hall

Topics covered will include:

The Chamber Ambassadors held their goodwill coffee at Kinney, Urban, and Kussmaul this month. Pictured are from left: Dan Glass, Ben Wood, Jack Kussmaul, Stu Urban, Brian Muller, Darrel Haskins, Pat Kwallek, Sandy Kalnins, and Ivars Kalnins.

The Lancaster Area Chamber of Commerce invites all businesses to a

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

SCHREINER MEMORIAL LIBRARY Wednesday, August 14 • 5-7pm

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Members

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Individual questions one-on-one after presentation. Please RSVP to the Chamber office by Wednesday, August 21. Lunch will be provided.

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Farmer’s Dental First Presbyterian Church Fireball Lanes Foremost Farms USA Friends of Winskill Fuller’s Milker Center Gasser Hardware True Value Grant Community Clinic Grant County Cattlemen’s Assoc. Grant County Fair Grant County Herald Independent Grant County Historical Society Grantland Growers Grant Regional Health Center Gotta Dance H&N Plumbing and Heating H&R Block Happy Joe’s Hartig Drug Co. Head Zup LLC Heartland Credit Union Homeward Bound Imprints Infield Law Office J&N Stone Kane Roofing and Siding Kinney, Urban, & Kussmaul Kirsch’s Tax & Accounting Service Kraemer’s Water Store Kwik Trip Lancaster Auto Body Lancaster Care Center Lancaster Community Fund Lancaster Congregational Church

AUGUST

find out What’ happening

JULY 26, 2013 - Cattlemen Steak Feed at SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 - Lancaster Veteran’s Pioneer Ag Memorial Chicken BBQ at Yoder’s SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 - WGLR Golf Outing SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 - Livestock AUGUST 3, 2013 - Lancaster Veteran’s Promoters Banquet Memorial Hog Roast and Auction AUGUST 9, 2013 - Deals & Steals Day AUGUST 14, 2013 - Business After Hours at Schreiner Memorial Library OCTOBER 5, 2013 - GRHC Fun Run/Walk AUGUST 17, 2013 - St. Jude’s Walk/Run OCTOBER 5, 2013 - Vesperman Corn AUGUST 27, 2013 - Quickbooks Seminar Maze Opens with Accounting & Tax Solutions OCTOBER 5, 2013 - Harvest Festival AUGUST 29, 2013 - Maggie Mae - Music Parade in the Park OCTOBER 6, 2013 - St. Clement’s Fall AUGUST 31, 2013 - Lancaster Veteran’s Festival Memorial Motorcycle Ride and Dance at Yoder’s

2013 Chamber

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Lancaster Dental Associates Lancaster EMS Lancaster Fitness Lancaster Jaycees Lancaster Lions Club Lancaster Machine and Tool Lancaster Monuments Lancaster United Methodist Church Les Mack Family of Dealerships Liberty Ag & Lawn MaCandis Boutique Majestic View Dairy Maple Harris Guest House Martha’s Hot Mustard Martin-Schwartz Funeral Home McNamara, Reinicke, & Vogelsberg Midwest Business Products Midwest Mini Storage Midwest Title Corp. Milprint Monkey’s Tale Mitey Duct Dusters Morningside Assisted Living New Horizons Orchard Manor Party Jump Inflatables Pine Grove Motel Pink’s Automotive Pioneer Ag Premier Co-op Queen B Radio Richgels - Schaefer Agency

Ricoh - Jeff Brimeyer SC Data Centers Scenic Rivers Energy Coop Schreiner Memorial Library Shopping News Southwest Accounting Southwest Opportunities Center Spring Valley Meats St. Clement Parish Strakeljahn Law Offices Subway Tana’s Odds N Ends & Produce TDS Tim Slack Auction & Realty Tri County Human Resource Assoc. Tri-County Realty Tricom Radio Shack TRICOR Insurance Vesperman Farms VFW Post #2344 Walker’s Clothing and Shoes Weber Bros. Jewelers West End Salvage Whitty Chiropractic Wisconsin Bank and Trust Wisconsin Pork Association Wolf Construction Wolf L & G Farms Wolf’s Grantland Graphics Wood-N-Brush & Coffee Too Woolwich Dairy Zip Print Zippy’s Brass Rail

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Amy Bell Kwallek Executive Director

Director

Dear Lancaster Area Chamber of Commerce Members and Residents of Lancaster, It’s been an interesting summer so far, to say the least. We’ve been able to host some great events here in Lancaster including the Grant County Summer Festival, where we dodged a few rain showers, and the Night on the Square, where the breeze kept the persistent heat somewhat bearable. One of the biggest questions I know that is on everyone’s minds is when is Maggie Mae coming back? Well we have some good news for Maggie’s fans. We will be welcoming Maggie Mae back on Thursday evening, August 29th at 6pm. The concert will be held at the Lancaster Memorial Park baseball diamond, the big diamond as some refer to it. We felt this venue would better accommodate the weeknight traffic. Gates will open at 5pm and you can buy tickets at the gate or in advance at the Chamber office, QueenB, or Pioneer Ag. All tickets sold from the Music on the Square event will be honored! I have to extend a huge thank you to those who helped make this year’s annual Night on the Square event a huge success. Thank you to our sponsors: the City of Lancaster, Grant County, the Lancaster Community Fund, MaCandis Boutique, Woolwich Dairy, and Martha’s Hot Mustard. Also thank you to B&E Electric for setting up the extra electrical outlets every year. Thank you to the public works department and the police for your help with the streets and redirecting traffic. Thank you to our local performers: the Active Americans 4-H Club, Gotta Dance Academy, and America’s Best Martial Arts Studio. Thank you to Ron Huehne for helping with the sound for the local entertainment. Thank you to the Boy Scouts for always helping with clean up. And thank you to all the vendors that provided food and games for

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Ricoh - Jeff Brimeyer SC Data Centers Scenic Rivers Energy Coop Schreiner Memorial Library Shopping News Southwest Accounting Southwest Opportunities Center Spring Valley Meats St. Clement Parish Strakeljahn Law Offices Subway Tana’s Odds N Ends & Produce TDS Tim Slack Auction & Realty Tri County Human Resource Assoc. Tri-County Realty Tricom Radio Shack TRICOR Insurance Vesperman Farms VFW Post #2344 Walker’s Clothing and Shoes Weber Bros. Jewelers West End Salvage Whitty Chiropractic Wisconsin Bank and Trust Wisconsin Pork Association Wolf Construction Wolf L & G Farms Wolf’s Grantland Graphics Wood-N-Brush & Coffee Too Woolwich Dairy Zip Print Zippy’s Brass Rail

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Thank you to the following businesses and individuals for your support of the Night on the Square: City of Lancaster, Grant County, Lancaster Community Fund, MaCandis Boutique, Woolwich Dairy, Martha’s Hot Mustard, B&E Electric, Ron Huehne, Lancaster Department of Public Works, Lancaster Police Department, Gotta Dance Academy, Active Americans 4-H, America’s Best Karate Education Center, Lancaster Boy Scouts, Don Pagni, Jerry Wehrle, Marty Busch, Kyle Vesperman and Sheri Wolf.

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Spring has finally arrived. With this warmer weather comes vibrant pops of color, brighter spaces and new techniques to make your home coincide with spring. To help bring on this season in style, experts Katie Guindon and Nikki Milazzo help to inform others on how best to decorate their home with this season’s design trends.

and different shades of green sprinkled throughout the home in the form of accent pillows, lamps and window treatments. Guindon says that every room needs a punch of color of some sort. This can be displayed through an interchangeable piece, such as a lamp, placemat or rug. “People want more pieces that A punch of color wow and define their rooms,” This spring, expect to see Milazzo said. “They tend to use colors like bright orange, fuchsia fewer accessories and are

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choosing ones that are larger and have more impact in the space. Anything with a bold color, pattern, floral design, or stripes make a great statement.” Potted plants and vivid succulents are a great way to incorporate color, too. With rooms that feature neutrals such as brown, grey or black, a succulent can brighten up the space without being too overwhelming. “Succulents and plants, whether they are fake or real, are beautiful,”

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Upgrade and refresh your home only will help you keep your target in mind, but it will give the professionals an idea of what you are looking to accomplish. Areas that will give you the most bang for your buck — the kitchen and the bathroom — are where most people want to spend the greatest share of their money. We asked area remodeling companies to give us a few ideas on how you can upgrade your home without breaking the bank and still make a big impact.

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Spring is always a great time to start thinking about refreshing the look of your home. The question is, how can you get the biggest bang for your buck? When considering upgrades for your home, there are a number of things that come into play. What look do you want to achieve? Are you doing the work yourself or hiring someone to do it for you? What is your budget? Do some homework first. Look through magazines and surf the Internet for ideas. Make a board, a folder or Pinterest board of the styles and items that you would like to incorporate into your space. Making an idea board or folder for yourself, whether physical or virtual, not

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unused attic or basement can add much needed room with out an add-on. Sorrell Scaglione-Poelzer suggests making the space into a play, media or extra bedroom. You may need to frame it out and put up walls if it’s unfinished. Add a bit of paint, lighting and some carpeting and you’re ready to start decorating. Looking to go ECO? Retzak has some places to start, “Energy efficient upgrades including windows and insulation for not only lower utility bills, but more comfort.” Enhance the storage space in your garage with locker cabinets and consider adding a functional family foyer entrance off of the garage. Just keeping things neat and contained will make these high traffic areas look fresh. Don’t stop inside, curb appeal is important as well. Some suggestions from Sorrell Scaglione-Poelzer are to add an architectural element, such as a covered entry, change the entry door and add some shutters. Retzak adds, “Consider creating outdoor rooms defined by sitting walls and adding pergolas.”

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If deck repair is needed, “the prep work is 95 percent of the battle,” Cross said. The failing finish needs to be removed, the deck sanded if needed, problematic boards replaced followed with an application of stain and re-sealer. Cross recommends a penetrating oilbased treatment. Spring inspection of yards should also include trees. “The drought caused a lot of problems to trees depending on your

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