Ozaukee County Guide

March 25, 2015

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March 25, 2015 By Melanie Boyung News Graphic Staff GRAFTON — In an epic battle of basketball skills, former Green Bay Packers, professional athletes, shall face their oddest match yet: Grafton celebrities. The Grafton School District will host a charity game Saturday when village teachers, firefighters and Grafton Gladiator coaches vie against former Packers, including Chris Jacke, Bill Ferrario, Dexter McNabb, Bill Schroeder and Chris Francies in the Grafton High School gym. The game is open to the public; admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. The festivities will begin at 4 p.m. with a pre-game tailgate party. The Black Hawk meal deal will be featured with brat or burger, chips, cookie and a drink for $5. Tip-off is scheduled for 5 p.m. The GHS dance team will perform before the game, and the Grafton competitive cheer squad will perform at halftime. After the game, players will be available to sign autographs, according to a Grafton School District press release. The event can also be sponsored by local businesses and organizations. There are four levels of sponsorship 242917009 7259 Sleepy Hollow Rd. West Bend, WI 53090 (262) 334-1906 W63 N127 Washington Ave. Cedarburg, WI 53012 (262) 377-1906 242799003 Former Packers, Grafton celebrities face off in a charity game Please Donate An Ozaukee County-wide Paper Towel Drive for Camp American Legion is being sponsored by the county-wide American Legion Auxiliaries along with area Walgreens stores. In April, the community is invited to donate paper toweling for Camp American Legion at any of the Ozaukee County Walgreen Stores in Cedarburg, Grafton, Saukville and Mequon- Thiensville. Locations: W62 N190 Washington Ave., Cedarburg 1915 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton 11270 N Port Washington Road, Mequon 278 Main St., Thiensville 829 E Green Bay Road, Saukville Camp American Legion, on Big Carr Lake provides rest, relaxation, recuperation and rehabilitation to Wisconsin veterans of all ages, active duty military service members and their families. The camp serves those who have a physical or psychological condition, any and all types of service and non-service related illnesses, injuries or disabilities. Camp is free for those who qualify. Kevin Moshua, the director, says they go through an incredible amount of paper toweling during the camp season. For more information, contact the American Legion Auxiliaries involved: Peter Wollner Unit 288, Cedarburg; Rose- Harms Unit 355, Grafton; Howard Schroeder Unit 457; Landt-Thiel Unit 470, Saukville; and Howard Schroeder Unit 457, Mequon-Thiensville. Please buy and donate paper toweling at the Walgreens store in your area. Look for the large barrel in the entry way. Left to right Mary Ellen Race, Landt-Thiel Unit 470 Women's Auxiliary in Saukville; Patrick Schad, community leader for Walgreens; Kim Stephens, Walgreens' Cedarburg store manager; Maggie Gieger and Carol Szudrowitz, Peter Wollner Unit 288 Women's Auxiliary in Cedarburg; Don Race Jr., Landt-Thiel Post 470; and Linda Faas, Ozaukee County Women's Auxiliary president. Mon. - Fri. 7am - 9pm Sat. 7am - 6pm Sun. 9am - 5pm OZAUKEE HARDWARE Support Your Locally Owned Hardware Store 243347016 242138019 Excludes Luxury Brand Products. Valid thru May 2015. THIENSVILLE 174 S. MAIN ST. (262) 242-2110 MON THRU SAT 10-6 4/30/15. 242917004 Grafton vs. Green Bay Continues on Page 2

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