August 2015 | Volume 42, No. 11

From the President… I hope everyone is enjoying their summer as much as the MFHS Boys State Baseball Champions has. It’s been very exciting for the team, school and Menomonee Fall’s community. Congratulations to all involved! The goal for August focuses on your membership renewal. You should have or will be getting your 2015/2016 renewal […]

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July 2015 | Vol. 42, No. 10

From the President… It looks like summer is finally here. July is a great month; the days are long and there are so many things to do that sometimes we overlook the simple things. And that, my friends, leads to the goal for July. At least once this month, take time to take in both […]

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June 2015 | Volume 42, No. 9

From the President… I don’t know about you, but I firmly believe that it’s easier to be an optimist in summer than it is in winter. Hopefully, you are all having a great start to, with apologies to Andy Williams, “The most wonderful time of the year.” I want to thank members who came up […]

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May 2015 | Volume 42, No. 8

From the President… I hope everyone is having a great Spring. We all look forward to the main course called summer but May sets the table. The yard work and planning we do in May pays off all summer long. April was a busy month for us and May promises the same with Fishing Derby, […]

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April 2015 | Volume 42, No. 7

From the President… Well, spring is finally here and along with advent of longer days and warmer weather, it’s time for the rebirth that always comes at this time of year. Ironically, that rebirth leads to this month’s goal. To add new ideas and avoid becoming stagnant, the Executive Board has a “rebirth” of sorts […]

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March 2015 | Volume 42, No. 6

From the President… March is here and even for an Optimist, it might be the most depressing month of the year. Outside of March Madness, St Pat’s and Ed Schlumpf’s Spring Baseball reports, I think much that I like about March. Let’s face it, we’re tired of the cold, snow, ice and wind chill readings. […]

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