Lake Country This Month

October, 2014

Lake Country This Month

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Oktoberfest! Aaron Rodgers, Hartland girl team up in fight against pediatric cancer Lake Country T H I S M O N T H Lake Country This Month is free and will arrive in your mail the third week of each month. In each month's edition we will take an in- depth look at an issue, person or other story in Lake Country. We will also provide other important information such as community activi- ties and updates on local stories. We encourage you to subscribe to the daily Freeman or the weekly Enterprise for coverage of Lake Country and other parts of our area. To subscribe, to reach one of the editors with story ideas or for photo reprints, call 542-2500. We hope you enjoy this month's edition. – Freeman and Enterprise editors Hello, Lake Country! INSIDE PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID WAUKESHA, WI PERMIT NO. 3 2 MODELS AT THIS LOCATION! MEQUON The Linden 2,851 SQ. FT. PLUS 1,445 SQ. FT. 12416 N. Hawks Glen Court FINISHED LOWER LEVEL Directions: I-43, exit at Mequon Rd. (167); head west on Mequon Rd. to Wauwatosa Rd./State Hwy. 181. North to Highland Rd., then west on Highland Rd. to Hawks Glen subdivision entrance, on south side of road. Left to model. Also see our Dover III model in this location! PEWAUKEE The Ashland 3,372 SQ. FT., PLUS 1,071 SQ. FT. N39 W23495 Broken Hill Circle N FINISHED LOWER LEVEL Directions: From I-94, exit Hwy 164 North (exit #294), and go north DSSUR[PL7XUQULJKWRQ&DSLWDO'U7DNH¿UVWOHIWRQWR+LJK¿HOG Dr. Right on Broken Hill Circle S. Follow Broken Circle S. until it begins to curve west and turns into Broken Hill Circle N. Model will be on left. Also see our Kendall model in this location! PEWAUKEE The Kendall 3,322 SQ. FT. PLUS 1,445 SQ. FT. N36 W23526 Oak Hill Lane FINISHED LOWER LEVEL Directions: From I-94, exit Hwy 164 North (exit #294), and go north DSSUR[PL7XUQULJKWRQ&DSLWDO'U7DNH¿UVWOHIWRQWR+LJK¿HOG Dr. Right on Broken Hill Circle S. Immediate right onto Oak Hill Ln. to model. Also see our Ashland model in this location! @no`odf\Nfdi!G\n`mNk`^d\gdnondn\I\odji\g G`\_`mdioc`Ø`g_ja>jnh`od^?`mh\ojgjbt \i_G\n`mNpmb`mtajmoc`a\^`\i_]j_t) Tjpm=`no>cjd^`ajm specialized skincare Mention this ad to receive a FREE Consultation + Call today! NO_jriodh`'NOdie`^odjin'NOnpmb`mt Imagine oc`\ao`m MORE EXPERIENCE. BETTER RESULTS. ❅ Wisconsin's #1 CoolScupting Provider ❅ Wisconsin's ONLY CoolScupting Center of Excellence ❅ Wisconsin's Most Experienced CoolScupting Provider with MORE than 7000 treatments to date 239156003 $200 off your first CoolSculpting ® Treatment DELAFIELD 262-646-9222 • 2750 Golf Rd Get the body you deserve at Estetika! After 1 CoolSculpting treatment by Gail Coleman PA-C Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Barbara Eash antiques column 2A 3A 6A The FREEMAN & ENTERPRISE OCTOBER 2014 By Katherine Michalets Special to The Freeman DELAFIELD — Delafield has a lot going for it — a convenient location off Interstate 94, an abundance of natural beauty, a great mixture of businesses and regular community events, said Mayor Michele DeYoe. These attributes have helped Steinergroup to fill 95 per- cent of its 150,000 square feet of leasable space in the city. "You have to have a plan and a vision," DeYoe said about making a community successful. "I am assuming these (area) communities do have plans and visions, but it has to be something that people can really get behind." Deb Smith, executive director of the Delafield Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Council, said there are six ingredients for the city's success: the municipal government approving many business plans of operation each year; the Delafield chamber and the eight community events it plans in the downtown area each year; businesses working closely together and with the chamber; the great working relation- ship between city government and the chamber; the community from around Waukesha County and beyond coming to Delafield to recreate, shop and dine; and the huge amount of marketing and promotion done by the chamber and the Promotional and Tourism Council. Filling up the storefronts Ethan Elser, real estate asset manag- er for Steinergroup, said there are many reasons business owners are drawn to Delafield. It is an affluent community, there are a lot of attrac- tions from a tourist and local resident perspective and the downtown is walk- able. He said a person can have dinner at Wells Street Tavern and then go to Arte for a glass of wine or shop for olive oil at Oliva Di Vita. There has been some business turnover, Elser said, but some of that is due to business owners reviewing their strategies or determining they don't need a retail location. For others, the increasing rent was more than they could handle, he said. Dynamic DOWNTOWN DELAFIELD Dynamic DOWNTOWN DELAFIELD Events, natural beauty, business mixture attract visitors Charles Auer/Freeman Staff The intersection of Milwaukee and Genesee streets in Delafield. See DELAFIELD, PAGE 2A

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