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October Tabloid - Burlington Chamber of Commerce
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JUNE
2015
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Maxwell Street Days &
Sidewalk Sales
are coming…
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JUNE 2015
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
Bargain hunters, book lovers, and
ice cream connoisseurs rejoice.
Tee off with us for fun on
September 15 for the
Greater Chocolate City Golf Outing
Enjoy a great day on the links while networking with local business
men and women. This year’s 18 hole event is open to everyone,
whether you’re a casual or an avid golfer, there’s
fun for all. Players will love the scramble format;
no need to fill the foursome, we’ll do that
too. Lunch, dinner, prizes and raffles-it’s all
included.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Sponsors will receive signage,
recognition in all news releases,
radio and newspaper advertising,
promotional materials, ads, flyers, etc.
Promote your business, do some networking, enjoy the day. Remember, all proceeds help support
scholarships, community marketing and activities coordinated by the
Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce. Call 262-763-6044 or visit
www.burlingtonchamber.org for details.
Burlington’s Sidewalk Sales/Maxwell Street Days is
rapidly approaching. The citywide sidewalk sale opens
at 9:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, July 24 & 25
Our community will host dozens of unique vendors
in Wehmhoff Square while local businesses will offer
great bargains on their merchandise. Vendor space
is still available. Check our website
www.burlingtonchamber.org for details.
The Burlington Historical Society will hold the popular
Ice Cream Social at Pioneer Cabin on Saturday from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Burlington Public Library’s book
sale begins on Thursday, July 25 at 5 pm and runs
through noon Saturday.
We will also be promoting the community-wide yard
sales. Plan your yard sale that weekend and we will
help market it. Great deals, great weather and great
fun can be enjoyed while you browse throughout the
Burlington area.
For more information, please call the
Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce
at 262-763-6044 or visit
www.burlingtonchamber.org.
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
Discover
Life in Burlington
By Jan Ludtke, Executive Director
Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce
Who says you have to get out of town — or spend a bundle
— to have a good time? Whether you prefer a breezy lunch
at one of our parks or a beer at a local restaurant or bar,
watching a baseball game or Frisbee-throwing in your yard
or park, biking one of our many trails, walking along the
Riverwalk, swimming at the pool or beach or exploring
nature at Richard Bong State Recreation area, you’ll find
hundreds of ways to enjoy yourself in Burlington this summer
— no matter what your budget.
The Burlington Farmers Market is in full swing Thursday
evenings, our downtown is open and welcomes you to
browse, music in the park will keep those feet tapping to
the music and kids can throw a line in and fish. Our library
has fabulous options for kids, the Community Education
Department offers things for all ages and you won’t break
the bank!
Turn off the cell phone, follow the Liars Club Tall Tales Trail,
hang out in the hammock and enjoy the night sky, learn a
little community history at the Pioneer Cabin or Historical
Museum, plant a garden and create your own salsa recipe,
fly a kite, read a book, learn something new, or, paddle a
canoe down the Fox River.
Don’t forget, you can always stop by the Chamber of
Commerce office and find even more ideas for things to do
and explore around our state. You can find us on
Facebook, www.burlingtonchamber.org, and right
downtown at 113 E. Chestnut Street Suite B.
On-Going Fun in Burlington!
Aquaducks Water Ski Shows - Thursdays
at 6:30 pm through Labor Day. Professional
style water ski show at Fischer Park on
Browns Lake. Free; donations welcome.
www.aquaducks.org
B-Town Sounds - Free concerts in Echo
Park every other Thursday evening
6:30-8:30pm. www.b-townsounds.com
Browns Lake Yacht Club Sail Boat Races
- Sundays 2-4pm, Wednesdays 6-8pm
through Labor Day. www.brownslakeyachtclub.org
Burlington Historical Museum - Open
most Sundays from 1-4pm www.burlingtonhistory.org
Chocolate Experience Museum - chocolate sculptures, Nestle related items, gifts &
souvenirs. www.burlingtonchamber.org
CATHE Center - www.catheonline.org
Farmers’ Market – Thursdays 3-7pm
through October in Wehmhoff Square.
www.burlingtonwifarmarket.com
Haylofters, Inc. - One of Wisconsin’s
oldest community theaters,
www.thehaylofters.com
Kiwanis Civic Band - Free concerts in Echo
Park on Friday evenings in the summer.
www.bkcb.org
Pioneer Cabin - Furnished as a post-Civil
War farming family’s home. Open Mid-May
through Mid-October on Saturday afternoons 1-4pm and Thursdays in conjunction
with the Farmers Market. www.burlingtonhistory.org
Spinning Top/Logic Puzzle/Yo-Yo
Museum - Hours vary. Call for information
262-763-3946 www.topmuseum.org
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e’re proud to present the June 2015 issue of Burlington – Discover the Treasures, a
monthly advertising issue published by the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce.
All editorial content is provided by the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce. This
publication is made possible through the generous support of Chamber members and paid
advertisers. Please support them generously in return.
For editorial content, please call the
Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce,
(262) 763-6044
[email protected]
For additional advertising information,
please call the Burlington Chamber at
(262) 763-6044
[email protected]
JUNE 2015
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Discover…
Chocolate City Golf Outing ................2
Sidewalk Sales ...................................2
Buy Local Card ...................................3
Life in Burlington ...............................3
On-Going Fun in Burlington ...............3
2015 Scholarship Recipients .............4
B-Town Sounds................................4,7
Calendar of Events .............................4
Birdscaping.........................................5
Business After Hours .........................5
New Chamber Members.....................5
2015 Garden Walk..............................6
Hope Walk Thank You ........................6
Ask the Bug Expert ............................7
YMCA Camp Maclean Day Camp .......7
Business by the Block ........................8
Knowing Where You’re Going.............9
Burlington Author at Napoli’s ............9
Remember When .............................10
Tony Romo Football Camp ...............11
ON THE COVER:
Photo by Richard Bong State
Recreation Area
C
HAMBER CORNER
Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce
113 E. Chestnut St., Burlington, WI 53105
262.763.6044
www.burlingtonchamber.org
$10 Shop & Buy Local And Save $$$
For only $10, the Shop Local Discount Card is a great way to support small business and enjoy the
savings too! Shopping Local is always a great idea and this makes it so much easier. Cards are
available at Burlington Menswear, Richter’s Marketplace, Reineman’s True Value, Webley Chiropractic
& Sports Injury Clinic, Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce and Chamber Board Members. At just
$10, you’ll want to buy one and start saving TODAY!!!
BusinessAdrian's Custard
$1 off Custard
any Gold Medal Sundae
Adrian’s
Brickyard Brickyard BBQ
Burlington
Dairy
$5 off
$25Queen
purchase
Burlington Footwear
Burlington
Dairy
Burlington Garage DoorsQueen
$.50 cents
off Foods
a banana split
Burlington
Health
Burlington
Menswear
Burlington
Footwear
Charcoal
GrillKid's Stride Rite,
$5 off
Chic & Unique Boutique
Keen & Merrell
Coffee House
Burlington
Garage
Culvers
@ Burlington
onlyDoors
Flippy’s
Free
roller replacement w/$89 tune-up
Fox Valley Veterinary Clinic
Burlington Health Foods
gia bella & gifts
$5 off Fresh
$25 purchase
Gooseberries
Food Market
Pest Control Solutions NOW.com
Offer Culvers @ Burlington only
15% off any service. Offer may not
entire
purchase
$1 off any5%
Goldoff
medal
Sundae
be combined. New customers only
$5 off $25 purchase
Flippy's
50 cents off a banana split
Pharmacy Station
or Hot
Dog
Special
$5 offHamburger
Kid’s Stride Rite,
Keen
& Merrell
25% off regular priced jewelry
and
free
medium
soda
Free roller replacement w/$89 tune-up.
Pine Street Café
$5 off $25
Fox purchase
Valley Veterinary Clinic
Buy 3 fancy dress socks, get 1 free ($9 value or less) 5% off meals only
Complimentary
trim
10% off Food
Purchase- notnail
valid
daily special: C/N combine discounts
Pizza Hut
other
10% off reg.with
prices
only,services
Tuesdays only
Free order of bread sticks
Wednesdays:
Free
Refill
on
12oz.coffee
after
2
p.m.
gia bella flowers & gifts
w/any pizza purchase
5% off entire purchase
$5oroffHotany
purchase
Hamburger
dog$50
special
and free medium soda Reineman's True Value
Complimentary
nail trim
with
otherMarket
services
$5 off any $40 non-sale purchase
Gooseberries
Fresh
Food
$5 Buy
off any
$50 purchase
a Sandwich
from the Sandwich
Buy a Sandwich from the Sandwich Shop, receive freeRichter's
Med. SoupMarketplace
(Val. $3.50)
Shop, receive free Med. Soup
5% off total purchase $50 or more
PLU 88940
Burlington Menswear
(Val. only
$3.50) PLU 88940
(Maximum value $5) PLU#9505
John’s
Main
Eventdress socks,
10% off meals
Buy
3 fancy
Losget
Compadres
15% off foodJohn's
purchase
onlyEvent
1 free ($9 value or less)
Salon de Belle
Main
McDonald’s Restaurant
Buy any Extra Value Meal, Receive small sundae free 10% off retail products
10%
off
meals
only
Charcoal
Grill
Miller Motor Sales
4 oil changes for the price of 3. ($65 for 4 - $16.25 per oil change)
10% offSolutions
Food Purchase
Sheila
Town
Fryer Restaurant
Pest Control
NOW.com
15% off any service.
Offer may not be combined.
NewMae's
customers
only.
Los Compadres
Not valid
on daily specials
10%
off
meal
purchase
Pharmacy
Station
25% off15%
regular
priced
jewelry
off food purchase only
PineCannot
Street Café
5% off meals only
combine discounts
Subway @ Fox River Plaza
Restaurant
Pizza Hut
Free orderMcDonald's
of bread sticks
w/any pizza purchase
Chic & Unique Boutique
6" sub free when a second 6'' sub/
Reineman’s True Value
$5 off any
$40any
non-sale
purchase
Buy
Extra Value
Meal,
10%
off
reg.
prices
only,
44$5)ozPLU#9505
soda/chips are bought;
Richter’s Marketplace
5% off total
purchase
$50
or
more
(Maximum
value
Receive small sundae free
Tuesdays only
1 per customer per day
Salon de Belle
10% off retail products
Miller
Motor Sales
Sheila
Fryer Restaurant
purchase
CoffeeMae’s
HouseTown
at Chestnut
& Pine 10% off meal
Webley Chiropractic
Subway
@ Fox River
Plaza
6” sub
when a second
sub/44
areoff
bought;
1 per cust.
Per day
4 free
oil changes
for the6’’price
of oz
3. soda/chips$5
Wednesdays:
Free
Refill on
30 minute
massage/
Webley
Chiropractic
$5
off
30
minute
massage/$10
off
60
minute
massage
12oz. coffee after 2 p.m.
($65 for 4 - $16.25 per oil change)
$10 off 60 minute massage
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JUNE 2015
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
1 Bridge Card Games 9am Mondays and
Fridays, Burlington Senior Center
201 N. Main St.
1 Cards: Sheepshead/Schafskopf 9am
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Call 262-767-9880 Burlington Senior Center
201 N. Main St.
1 Time Out for Play 9:30-11:30 am
Mondays 262-342-1130 Burlington Public
Library 166 E. Jefferson St.
2 Pinochle Card Game 12:30pm Tuesdays,
Burlington Senior Center 201 N. Main St.
2 Cards: Euchre & Sheepshead/
Schafskopf 1pm Tuesdays, Burlington
Senior Center 201 N. Main St.
2 Cards: Hand & Foot 1pm Tuesdays,
Burlington Senior Center, 201 N. Main St.
2,16 City Common Council Meeting
6:30pm, 262-342-1161 or visit www.burlington-wi.gov City Hall 300 N. Pine St.
3,17 That SAX Guy! Brian Fictum
”35 Years of Smooth Sax” 6pm,
BJ Wentker’s Historic Fine Dining,
230 Milwaukee Ave.
3 50+ Co-Ed Softball 6pm, Every
Wednesday, walk-ins welcome
262-763-3441, Congress St. Softball Field
Congress St.
4 Farmer’s Market - Burlington 3-7pm,
Thursdays www.burlingtonwifarmersmarket.com Wehmhoff Square Park
166 E. Jefferson St.
4 Open Mic Night 6:30pm Thursday
evenings, 262-661-4394 www.burlingtoncoffeehouse.com. Coffee House on
Chestnut & Pine 492 N. Pine St.
4 Workshop: Be Smooth (A smoothiemaking workshop) 6:30pm www.corechiropracticandwellness.com/BeSmooth 262767-0500, Core Chiropractic & Wellness
Center 1448 S.Teut Rd., Suite D.
6 St. Charles June Jubilee & Auction
5-7pm, St. Charles Church 449 Conkey St.
7 Chicken Dinner Festival~St. Joseph’s
Church, 11am, Reservations by calling
262-723-3875, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
1540 Mill St. Lyons
7 Film Festival~Chocolate City 3pm
sites.google.com/site/chocolatecityshortfilmfestival 262-763-6789 Plaza Theater
448 Milwaukee Ave.
8 Burlington Lions Club General
Membership Meeting 6:30pm 2nd and
4th Mondays, Gabby’s Palace Restaurant
356 N. Pine St.
9 Mommy Meetup 9:30am www.corechiropracticandwellness.com 262-767-0500 Core
Chiropractic & Wellness Center 1448 S.Teut
Rd., Suite D.
9 Burlington Jaycees Meeting 7pm Justin
at 262-210-1428 Waterfront Restaurant
31100 Weiler Rd.
10,24 Dominos 9:30am, 2nd & 4th Wednesday
262-767-9490 Burlington Senior Center
201 N. Main St.
10 Burlington Business and Professional
Women’s Club 6pm Lois Veach
262-877-3464
11 Speed Networking Event 7:15am
Burlington Chamber RSVP 262-763-6044
Lucky Star 864 Milwaukee Ave.
2015 Scholarship Recipients
Kylie Dawley and Tori Anne Kempken
The Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to recognize Kylie Dawley
of Burlington High School and Tori Anne Kempken of Catholic Central High
School. Michelle Peterson, Vice President Community Development, presented
the 2015 Scholarships at the Awards Ceremonies in May.
The award from the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce is presented to a
graduating senior from Burlington High School and Catholic Central. The
graduates will receive $500 upon satisfactory completion of at least C average
for their first semester at a college, university, or technical college.
Kylie has been accepted at Colorado Christian College and plans to study
Youth Development.
Tori has been accepted at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and plans to
study Chemical Engineering with a focus on Organic Chemistry.
The entire Board, staff and membership of the Burlington Area Chamber of
Commerce congratulate them on their accomplishments and wish them all the
best.
11 Alzheimer’s Racine County Caregiver
Support Group 6:30-8pm 2nd Thursday,
Rosemary at 262-514-2935, Community
United Methodist Church, 455 S. Jefferson
St. Waterford.
11,25 B-Town Sounds Concert Series
6:30pm www.b-townsounds.com
Echo Park Burlington
11 Town Hall Board Meeting 6:30pm
262-763-3070 or www.tn.burling
ton.wi.gov Town Hall Auditorium
32288 Bushnell Rd.
12 Bunco 1pm, 2nd Friday Elna Mahoney
262-763-6923 Burlington Senior Center,
201 N. Main St.
13 Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer Walworth County 8am FREE event
http://Aurora.org/CancerWalkWalworth
Edgewater Park E. Geneva St. Williams
Bay
13 Mischievous Singles-Over 55 singles
6pm, Jan 262-534-6008 Marty’s 201 W.
Main St. Waterford
16 Pathways Connect: Conscious
Parenting in Burlington 6pm
3rd Tuesday 262-767-0500 www.corechiropracticandwellness.com Core Chiropractic
& Wellness Center 1448 S. Teut Rd.,
Suite D.
17 Jam Session 1pm Nancy Quade 262-5346138 Burlington Senior Center
201 N. Main St.
18 Teleseminar: 7 Reasons Your Kids Need
Chiropractic, 8pm www.corechiropracticandwellness.com/Kids. 262-767-0500
Core Chiropractic & Wellness Center
1448 S.Teut Rd., Suite D.
20 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast
6:30am Rachael Crane at 262-206-8149
Herda Farms LLC, 4602 Hwy. 83
Burlington
20 Steppin’ Out Singles - 55 & Wiser 6pm
Mary 262-763-9697 Pine Street Café
141 N. Pine St.
24 Tony Romo Youth Football Camp
Entering Grades 7 thru 9, 9am.
Entering Grades 3 thru 6, 1pm.
To register www.basd.k12.wi.us/
tonyromocamp.cfm Burlington High
School 400 McCanna Parkway
24 Board Games 6:30pm 262-763-7623
Burlington Public Library
166 E. Jefferson St.
26 Concert Series - Kiwanis Civic Band
7pm Friday Evenings through July
www.bkcb.org Echo Park Burlington
27 Breakfast on the Farm ~ Racine County
7am, Lone Chestnut Farms 26720 Plank Rd.
28 Author - Arthur Cola Book Signing
3pm, Napoli’s Restaurant 132 S. Pine St.
29 Buddy Bench Golf Open 10:30am
To participate call 262-539-3100 Hawk’s
View Golf Club 7737 Krueger Rd. Lake
Geneva.
The sweet sounds of summer
in your own back yard
It’s our fourth year of music in the park! B-Town Sounds has
been a huge success. We are excited to announce the concert
line up for B-Town Sounds 2015. This FREE family-oriented
summer concert series is at Echo Park in Burlington starting
on Thursday, June 11 and every other Thursday evening at
6:30 p.m. through August.
B-Town Sounds is a not-for-profit event which is run by a
collaborative group of people who are donating their time
and talent to make Burlington a better place to live and work.
The concert series is sponsored by area businesses and
community volunteers, so it is FREE to the public! Concerts are in good
weather only. Food and beverages will be available; or concertgoers may
bring their own carry in's. Don’t forget your chairs and or blankets. Support
Burlington, enjoy your family and come and enjoy the FREE music!
NEW this year! Milwaukee's own Lakefront Brewery will be at each event.
They will have available for purchase a souvenir B-Town Sounds pint mug.
Lakefront Brewery Sample Tent will be at the June 25 & July 23 concerts.
Free Concert
June 11
June 25
July 9
July 23
August 6
August 20
September 3
Schedule 2015
Joe Jordan’s - Soul & Reggae Review
Copper Box - Blues, Pop, Rock
Saturday June Band - Rock, Classic Rock, Indie
Blues Disciples - Blues
Geoff Landon - Country
Primitive Culture - Funk & Blues
Glenn Davis and The Blues Commission
With Special Guest West Side Andy
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
We would like to introduce our
newest members of the Chamber.
We hope you stop in and
introduce yourself soon.
Burlington Garage Doors
5011 376th Ave.
www.burlingtongaragedoors.com
Callahan Windows Company LLC
3031 N. Newman Rd., Racine
www.callahanwindows.com
Citizens Bank
W230 S9125 Clark St., Big Bend
www.citizenbank.com
Costco Wholesale
7707 94th Ave., Pleasant Prairie
www.costco.com
FCF Metal Salvage
680 Maryland Ave.
www.fcfmetalsalvage.com
Geneva Lake Museum
255 Mill St. Lake Geneva
www.genevalakemuseum.org
Gordon J. Maier & Company
845 Wisconsin Ave., Racine
www.gjmllp.com
Happy Turf
5710 77th St., Kenosha
www.happyturf.com
Real Racine
4015 Washington Ave., Racine
www.realracine.com
Redmer & Sons Recycling & Auto
Core, LLC
680 Maryland Ave.
www.redmer-and-sons-recycling-llc.com
Renata Greeley - Shorewest
Realtors
911 Milwaukee Ave.
www.renatagreeley.shorewest.com
Specialty Contractors Equipment, LLC
30341 Durand Ave.
www.sceplows.com
Join Us For
Business After Hours
Creating an interactive landscape that works in harmony with nature
What is Birdscaping? Feeding wild birds is a great way to connect with nature
and enjoy the change of seasons here in Southeastern Wisconsin. A great way to
expand that enjoyment is by adopting the elements of Birdscaping, which
include providing the following:
• Natural food sources
• Water source
• Nesting sites/boxes
• Shelter from elements and predators
Natural Food Sources Not all birds will visit a backyard seed or suet feeder.
Many species, including warblers, wrens and tanagers maintain a diet of insects
and fruit. When making the decision to add trees and shrubs to your landscape,
try planting those varieties that provide fruit for the Fall and Winter months,
including flowering crabapple, viburnums, juniper, dogwoods, chokeberry,
elderberry and dogwoods. In addition to providing fruit, many of these
varieties of trees and shrubs also produce beautiful, fragrant blooms in early
Spring. In addition to trees and shrubs, certain perennials will also attract seed
eating birds in Fall. Try planting wildflower varieties with desirable seed heads
like, Black-eyed Susan, Coneflower and Coreopsis.
Water Sources The sound of running water is one of the most enticing lures
when creating your habitat. Providing a water source that has circulating water
will bring in more birds than any other element. If this is not possible, simply
placing birdbaths in various locations in your yard will work too. Just make sure
that you keep the water clean and fresh, especially during the heat of Summer.
Having a clean water source available during the Spring and Fall migrations will
increase your chances of seeing new species.
Nesting Sites In recent years, many cavity-dwelling
birds have lost their habitat due to suburban sprawl
and competition with non-native species like the
English Sparrow and European Starling. You can
assist species like the Eastern Bluebird, Black-capped
Chickadee, House Wren and various other owls and
woodpeckers by providing nesting boxes with the
appropriately-sized entrance holes. If you and your
neighbors can stand it, try to resist the urge to
immediately take down any dead trees in your yard.
These "snags" provide wonderful natural nesting
sites for these cavity dwellers.
Ansay & Associates - Burlington
When:
Thursday
June 4th, 2015
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Where:
Complimentary Appetizers and Beverages will be provided by
Hanover Insurance.
To RSVP, please call the Chamber at
262-763-6044
by Friday, May 9th
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Birdscaping
an informal gathering of Chamber Members, spouses, and their guests will be held at
Ansay & Associates - Burlington
100 East Chestnut Street, WI 53105
JUNE 2015
Shelter Many backyard feeding stations, especially in newer suburban
neighbors, often lack sufficient shelter in the form of woodlots, mature trees and
shrubs. It is recommended that you locate some type of shelter shrubs near your
feeders to protect birds from predators like feral cats and hawks. Cotoneaster is a
great low-growing shrub, that also provides fruit in late Summer. You can also
mount "roosting boxes" for use by birds during inclement weather.
Benefits The mental and physical health benefits of feeding backyard birds has
been well documented. It is a wonderful way to counteract illness and stress, as
well as helping boost the local bird populations. Keeping a camera and field
guide nearby will help you to properly identify new species as you attract them.
Happy Birding!
For more information, contact:
Belinda Abendschein
Naturalist, Nursery Manager, Burlington Garden Center
email: [email protected]
262.763.2153
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JUNE 2015
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
Burlington Area Garden Club Announces
2015 Garden Walk
Sunday, July 12
Garden enthusiasts are invited to view five stunning gardens during the Garden
Club’s 2015 Walk and Raffle. On Sunday, July 12, the Walk will be held from
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This fun event will give the public an opportunity to
visit picturesque and unique gardens in the Burlington and surrounding areas.
Stroll under a natural forest greenery where you will be greeted by a plethora of
ferns, hostas, astilbes, or wildflowers and discover a hidden rock waterfall. A
welcoming pergola leads to a small fish pond with floating water plants and a
garden room enhanced by a lattice sitting area. Carefully follow a stone pathway
to tour a vineyard, flower and vegetable gardens or relax at the pool near the
outdoor living room. A country setting is home to many outdoor gardens and a
secluded patio with a panoramic view of nature and wildlife. The Garden Club,
in conjunction with the Burlington Historical Society, will feature the Legacy
Garden maintained by the Burlington Area Garden Club and the Vintage Garden
cared for by the Racine-Kenosha Master
Gardener Volunteers. The adjacent
Historical Society’s museum and pioneer
log cabin will be open to the public.
Also, intermingled within our gardens,
will be talented artists from The
Gathering displaying their works.
Advance tickets will be $8 and $10
the day of the Walk. Tickets can be
purchased at Burlington Garden Center,
Burlington Flowers & Interiors, Richter’s
Marketplace, Breezy Hill Nursery,
Tattered Leaf Designs, Gooseberries Fresh
Food Market, Gia Bella Flowers and Gifts, or Milaeger’s in Sturtevant. The day of
the Walk tickets will be sold for $10 at the gazebo at Wehmhoff Square located on
the corner of Pine and Washington Streets near the Burlington Public Library.
Event will be held rain or shine.
The raffle this year will include great items such as a $250 Visa card, $250 gas
card, garden gift baskets, and many more interesting and unique prizes. The
drawing will be held at 3:30 PM on July 12 at the Wehmhoff Square gazebo and
winner need not be present to win.
Proceeds from the Walk will allow the Garden Club to present grants to local
service organizations and scholarships to students studying in horticulture
related fields at either the technical college or university level.
For further information, or to purchase tickets in advance, please contact
co-chair Ruth DeLay at 262-210-3176. Also visit our website at
burlingtonareagardenclub.com.
Bring the lawn chairs - WE’LL DO THE REST!
262.763.8316 or 800.640.5703
Fax 262.763.5592
W1127 Spring Prairie Rd., Burlington, WI 53105
[email protected]
www.stowellscatering.com
2015 Hope Walk Thank You
ANDERSON
CHIROPRACTIC
Event Sponsor
AC Marketing/Brian Fictum
A.S. Pindel
Adrians Custard
Alta Packaging
Anderson Chiropractic Staff
Anderson Pump & Process
Annie Gesteland
Applied Plastics
Ashley Storck
Aurora Health Care
Baymont Inn
Boy Scouts Troop 334 and
Leaders
Bratz Clarey Family
Bubrick's Complete Office
Burlington Area Chamber of
Commerce
Burlington Glass
Burlington High School & Staff
Burlington High School
Students
Carol Anderson
Cassandra Owen
Chance's Restaurant
Charcoal Grill
Charlotte Peterson
Chicago Bears
Chicago Tube & Iron
Children's Hospital
Chris Miller
Chris Ponteri
Chris’ USA
Cliff Bushberger
Cody Robinson
Colleen Clark
Complete Office of Wisconsin,
Inc.
Connie Robinson
Culligan Water Conditioning
Dairy Queen/Burlington
Daniels Family Funeral Home
& Crematory
Dawn Willkomm
Delights
Dr. Mike Anderson
Driven Leadership
Group/B.H.S.
DJ Custom
Doc’s on the Fox
Durable Controls
Edstrom Inc
Educators Credit Union
Eleanor Adam
Electronic Comp & Services
English Settlement Church
Garrett Fait
GFS Market Place
Gooseberries Fresh Food
Market
Graybar
Green Bay Packers
Hampton Inn
Harley Davidson Museum,
Inc.
Harriet Marx
Home Depot
Horny Goat Brewing
Company
IEWC
Industrial Towel & Uniform
Jackie Bratz
Jean Squire/Cee’s Accessories
John Smith
Johnson Bank
Judy Bratz
Kay Uhen
Kelly Ruhland
Keystone Click
Kristi Dangutis
Kwik Trip
Kyle McKusker
Lakes Area Gymnastics
Lake-view Electronics
Lois Tire
Lori Bratz
Lucky Star Pub & Eatery
Lynch Companies
Lynn Noble
Mary Raduenz
Mary Schultz
Maryann Bratz
Mayor Robert Miller/City of
Burlington
May’s Insurance Agency
McDonalds
Michelle Weber
Mike Hovland
Miller Motor Sales
Milwaukee Admirals
Milwaukee Brewers
Modular Piping
Monkey Joe’s
Nancy Iverson
Nestle Choco Walkers
Pat Lawrence
Paula McHugh
PCA Corp.
Pharmacy Station-Burlington
Richter's Marketplace
RKW Redi Mix
Rotary Club of Burlington
Runzheimer Foundation
Scherrer Construction
Schuette-Daniels Funeral
Home
Scott Hoffman
Stone Fire Pizza Company
Subway
Sue Bushberger
Sue Collins
Sue Guk
Town Bank
Terracon-Corp
Texas Roadhouse
The Bayne Family
The Brat Stop
Theresa Reimer
Thomas Clark
Thuro Metal Products
Timber Ridge Resort
Tip-A-Canoe
Towne & Country Lanes
Uncle Harry’s
U.W. Carbone Comprehensive
Cancer Ctr.
Vince Skrundz
WalMart
Wind Lake Animal Hospital
Wind Lake Shell Station
Wind Lake Hardware Store
Offering a unique setting for
private events and meetings
Est. 1984
Tours Available – So Much to See!
*Family Friendly *Children are FREE
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May Hours:
Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat. 10-4pm
Sun. 11-3pm
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255 Mill Street
Lake Geneva, WI 53147
262.248.6060
Visit our website at www.genevalakemuseum.org
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JUNE 2015
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FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
FOR HEALTHY LIVING
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
YMCA CAMP MACLEAN DAY CAMP
YMCA Camp MacLean is situated on wooded land perfect for hiking, camping,
sports, games and more. Camp is located 1 mile east of Burlington, WI and is
nestled on the eastern shore of Rockland Lake, a 40 acre spring fed lake that is
great for fishing, swimming, and boating.
Since 1941, children and teens have been
spending their summers at YMCA Camp
MacLean to learn new skills, build lasting
friendships, and to have the summer of their
lives in a safe and caring environment. We are
committed to providing campers with a safe
camp experience, increasing self-esteem,
teaching life skills through activities, and
ensuring every camper has a fun-filled
summer! Safety is our priority in all activities
and our staff goes through an intensive
training and must pass a thorough screening
process. Nothing impacts kids and teens
quite like the summer camp experience!
Campers spend their day, 9:00am – 4:00pm,
with campers of their age group, allowing
them to play and make friends with their
peers. Activities are offered based on ages,
abilities, and interests which include: archery,
swimming, climbing, skyway walking, hiking,
crafts, playing games & sports, drama, singing,
teambuilding, ga-ga, boating and much more.
Campfire cooking and nature classes are also included to round out this
traditional camp experience. Teen campers may also experience sailing,
kayaking, and zip-lining. Theme weeks, overnight stays and horseback riding
are available throughout the summer.
Hours of operation: 9:00am to 4:00pm with an option of extended camp from
7:30am to 6:15pm.
Fees: $190.00 per week
$58.00 additional per week for extended camp
Hope to see you this summer!! If you have any questions please contact
Jessica Stachulak at 262-763-7742 or [email protected]
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Bug Expert
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Here I will help you learn what you can do on taking care of those insects
or rodents that may be bothering you.
This Month’s Insect: Asian Multicolored Lady Beetle.
Where they live: They are usually found in attics, wall voids, on siding
and other places where they can enter.
What they like: Primary diet is other insects. One of the insects they
feed on is aphids; a harmful insect that can damage landscapes and
plants in gardens.
Cause of Concern: They can bite you.
How to control them from entering your home or business: Treat around the perimeter
with an insecticide labeled for Asian Beetles. When treating around your home or business, pay
close attention around doors, windows, eaves and where siding and foundation meet. When
using a store bought insecticide, be sure to read the label and apply correctly. Any deviation of
using the product could put your family or pets in danger.
Time to start treating for them is NOW. Being pro-active then re-active will save you a
lot of problems in the coming months.
In the months ahead I will be highlighting a bug of the month in Ask the Bug Expert. If in
between publications you need help on a insect or rodent problem, you can call me at
262-633-2687, email me at [email protected] or post on my Face Book page of Pest
Control Solutions NOW.
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It is our pleasure to present the June 2015
edition of Business by the Block. Our focus
this month is on Pine Street. We appreciate
the support of our local Burlington businesses
and hope that you will take advantage of this
unique opportunity to read about and visit
each business to learn more about the
products and services they offer.
Jim’s Auto Body
Rivco Products
Lakes Area Gymnastics
Jim Ratchek
400 S. Pine St.
262-763-9250
www.jimsautobodyinc.com
Repair Services include frame
straightening, fiberglass repair,
wheel alignment, lifetime
workmanship guarantee and
rental car service.
Rich Colano
440 S. Pine St.
262-763-8222
www.rivcoproducts.com
In business for over 35 years,
RIVCO offers accessories for
hundreds of Harley, Honda,
Can-Am Spyder, Triumph,
Yamaha, Suzuki, Victory,
Kawasaki and Indian brand
models, spanning from 1989 to
2015.
432 S. Pine St.
262-763-2933
www.lakesareagymnastics.com
Founded in 1973, Lakes Area
Gymnastics offers classes for
everyone. Preschool,
recreational, open gym and
gymnastics parties.
Burlington’s Premier
Trust and Investments Team
Karen Hutchinson
Cami Meyer
Tony Mescher
Kim Blink
Midwest Tai Chi &
Self Defense
442 S. Pine St.
262-903-7012
www.dragonkenpo.org
Midwest Tai Chi & Self
Defense providing classes in
Tai Chi and Kenpo Karate.
Love Inc. Community
Center
480 S. Pine St.
262-763-6226
www.love-inc.net
Provides a wide variety of
social services. With programs
offered at our Burlington
facility, individuals seeking
assistance often find the help
they are looking for here.
Love Inc. Book Store
Love Inc. Furniture Store
446 S. Pine St.
262-763-2743
www.love-inc.net
Used book resale.
448 S. Pine St.
262-763-2743
www.love-inc.net
Quality used furniture and
appliances.
Love Inc. Kids Store
Love Inc. Thrift Store
466 S. Pine St.
262-767-1289
www.love-inc.net
Gently used childrens items
from newborn to teen.
Clothing, shoes, toys and
accessories.
480 S. Pine St.
262-763-6226
www.love-inc.net
Gently used adult clothing,
kitchen items and bedding.
For Sale
Ozman’s Oil Station
(formally Great Lakes
Components)
496 S. Pine St.
Bear Realty
262-763-8116
501 S. Pine St.
262-767-8977
Convenience Store and Gas
Station
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400 Milwaukee Avenue
Burlington, WI
Investment Management ™ Retirement Planning
Trust and Estates ™ Guardianships ™ 1031 Exchanges
Securities and insurance products offered through Wayne Hummer Investments, LLC (Member FINRA/SIPC), founded in 1931. Trust and asset management
services offered by The Chicago Trust Company, N.A. and Great Lakes Advisors, LLC, respectively. Investment products such as stocks, bonds, and
mutual funds are not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency, not bank guaranteed or a bank deposit, and may lose value.
Transitional Living
Center
482 S. Pine St.
262-767-1478
www.tlcburlington.com
Services provided include
emergency shelter for women
and children, transitional living
services, financial mentoring
and information & referrals
for homeless individuals
dependant on their location
and need.
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
Knowing Where You Are Going
Is the Best Way to Get There
By Tom Lebak
At the risk of being overly philosophical or dealing in Zen koans, how does an
organization know if it has reached its goal if it does not know what that goal is?
How does it stay focused on the finish line if there isn’t one? And if an
organization cannot explain in clear terms what its purpose is, how can it get its
members to get on board and be significant contributors? The answer to these
questions begins with a clear, concise and powerful mission statement. With that
in mind, the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors along
with its Advisory Committee met in a work session facilitated by Maria Veronico
to review its current mission statement to determine if it is still applicable,
relevant and in need of updating. This effort resulted in a new and stream-lined
encapsulation of what the Chamber should strive to be.
A mission statement is several things but, above all, it is an organization’s reason
and purpose for existing. In just a few sentences, it must inspire the membership;
be a constant reminder to members of why they joined the organization; and set a
path for the future. At the same time, the mission statement must announce that
the organization is there to serve the customer or the visitor or the community
with its best effort. In the Chamber’s case, it also must reflect positively yet
honestly on the membership, the staff and the Burlington area in general.
Developing an accurate and appropriate mission statement can be a tricky
proposition since it must be an amalgam of purpose, goal and identity. My
experience has been that the most successful mission statements have come
from a directed group process where group members were completely
comfortable with offering ideas without fear of ridicule or rejection and where
participants agree to surrender ownership for a thought or idea once it is posted
on the board. That way there will be no hurt feelings or animosity when one’s
idea is stricken from consideration. When things said are not taken personally,
consensus can be reached and the full membership will receive a final product
that will be a fair representation of what the work group accomplished.
I believe that the previous paragraph accurately describes what occurred at the
ninety minute work session on May 13th. It was a lively exchange where a range
of descriptive words such as “nurture,” “engage,’ and “strengthen” were used
along with phrases such as “quality of life” and “positive image.” The words
offered were the honest feelings and visions that the participants have for the
community and not so platitudinous as to render the mission statement valueless.
When all was said and done, the work group arrived at the following mission
statement which was submitted to the Board of Directors at its meeting on
May 27th:
“We act as a catalyst to grow, develop and nurture the quality of life
through the promotion of members and community.”
It is hoped that this new mission statement will be embraced by the membership
and the community and serve as both a guide and a reminder for the Chamber as
to what our goal and purpose are.
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Burlington Author
Arthur Cola
at Napoli’s
Political intrigue, renaissance mystery,
supernatural intervention, a legendary love affair
and “bromance” are only parts of the tale in “The
Brooch” and “The Stone Cutter Genius” by Arthur
Cola.
Enter the world of Renaissance Italy with
Professor Colonna and his two sons as they
unravel a mystery 2,000 years in the making as he
brings to life for his students the passion of one of
the era’s great artists, Michelangelo. Join the
characters in Cola’s books as they confront sinister
forces bent on preventing the discovery of a Divine message left for the world.
Encounter human love in all its expressions in the present day as well, as you
join the characters who discover the power of the legendary Ring of the Magi
and learn of a piece of jewelry created by the artist for the only woman he ever
loved.
Arthur Cola will also be presenting his newest novel: “Pure and Tarnished Hearts”
along with all seven of his novels on Sunday, June 28 at Napoli’s Restaurant
in Burlington. The book event will begin at 3:00 p.m.
His new tale reflects the struggles of Irish immigrants who came to America
during the mid-19th century. This adventure story, which begins in Ireland,
brings three young people to a very different America than that of today. And yet
you will be able to draw similarities between past history and that of today as
they and their priest confront prejudice, murder, riots, and intolerance simply
because they are new to the land and are Catholic. Even so they meet others, like
Bishop Hughes of New York City and America’s greatest actor of the day, Edwin
Forrest, who help them answer the summons of the cracked bell and bring to life
the vision of the Founding Fathers; that is “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of
Happiness.”
It may be June when Napoli’s hosts the book signing event, but there’s always
room for a bit of Christmas magic. In the story of “Stolen Christmas” you will
meet a priest struggling to save his Church, built by immigrants as a symbol of
their faith and homeland. Set in present day Chicago, you will meet a young boy
who concocts a plan to save his Church, as he, like David of ancient time, battles
a Goliath corporation intent on demolishing his Church. You will be touched by
young love, as two teens keep their relationship hidden, as did Romeo and Juliet,
because of their families. And you will encounter an elderly white bearded
gentleman who will help all of them to see the true meaning of Christmas as he
brings together an entire city to save the century old symbol of immigration to
America.
Wisconsin author, Arthur Cola will present his seven novels at
Napoli’s Restaurant on Sunday, June 28 beginning at 3:00 p.m.
For more information, go to www.arthurcolalegendarytales.com
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Remember When . . .
Submitted by Burlington Historical Society Museum,
located at 232 N. Perkins Blvd.
Open Sunday afternoons 1 to 4 p.m.
262-767-2884
www.burlingtonhistory.org
Two buildings that no longer exist, but
which stood at different times on the east
side of the alley on the north side of
Washington Street, are shown above. The
building at the left was known as the
Beller barn. The building at the right,
which replaced the Beller barn in 1939,
was known as the Korth Building. Today,
the property on which these buildings
stood is part of the City's parking
structure at the corner of Washington and
Dodge streets.
The photo of the Beller barn was
taken in 1938 by the late Robert L.
Wagner, a local banker with a lifelong
interest in photography. The photo was in
a group of Wagner's photos that were
recently donated to the Historical Society
by his daughter, Margie, and her
husband, Mark Johnston.
Frank Beller, later to become
Burlington's village marshal and the city's
first police chief, bought the property,
which was then an empty lot, in 1893. He
put up the wooden building, which was
first leased by Patrick H. Cunningham for
use as a meat market. In 1911 Beller's son,
Frank, Jr., a recently graduated
veterinarian, remodeled the building for
use as a veterinary office and animal
hospital. He continued that business until
moving to Montana in 1914.
As automobiles started becoming
more and more popular, Patrick
Cunningham's sons, Arthur J. and John,
rented the building in 1914 to start their
Buick agency. The Cunningham Bros.
agency remained in the building until
1917, when it moved to the former Agner
Garage building on the corner of
Chestnut and Dodge streets (where
Chocolate Expressions is now located).
In 1937 the Burlington Safety
Commission recommended that the
Beller property be turned into a parking
lot. It proposed that the old sheds be
razed and that the City rent the parking
lot. While the Commission's parking lot
recommendation was not implemented at
that time, the Beller barn was razed in
1939 to make way for Elmer Korth, who
leased the property from the Frank Beller
estate, to erect a new one-story, 40 by 70
foot building. The building, of concrete
construction and insulated throughout,
was to house a grocery store of the
Richter’s Marketplace
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"Piggly-Wiggly" type with the
merchandise all being displayed on
counters where customers could help
themselves.
Elmer and his wife, Eva, had opened a
Royal Blue grocery store in 1933 in the
Weiler Building at what is now
420 N. Pine Street. When the building on
Washington Street was completed in
August 1939, the Korths moved the Royal
Blue grocery business there. According to
a Free Press article on the grand opening,
the store was a most modern and up-todate grocery store. It was air conditioned
and had rest rooms, a modern lunch
counter, and parking space for customers
in back of the store. It also had 24 feet of
refrigerated counters and free delivery.
After the Korths retired for health
reasons in 1944, their daughter, Billie, and
her husband, Lester Fritz, operated the
Royal Blue store for several years. In
1952, after the store had been
discontinued, Francis Noble rented the
building for use as a sport store but that
plan was not completed. Mrs. Korth (her
husband had died in 1946) then had a
brick front installed on the building,
which was rented by Elmer Ebert's
Bulletin Publishing Co. The righthand
photo, taken by Emmett Raettig in 1954,
shows the building with its new front.
Ebert moved his firm into the Korth
Building late in 1954. The firm remained
in the building until 1985 when Ebert's
successors, Lynn Koshak and Sue and
Jack Stardy, moved the business to the
Bankes Building at 516 N. Pine Street,
currently the site of Burlington Flowers
and Interiors. Subsequent businesses
occupying the Korth Building included
Kool Kats Speed and Custom, Inc.,
Spectrum Electronics, and Stained Glass
Overlay.
The City bought the property in 2009
and razed the Korth building as part of
its downtown redevelopment plan
involving a hotel, commercial buildings,
and a parking structure. The hotel and
parking structure opened early in 2011.
"Help us preserve our history. Join
the Burlington Historical Society
and help us tell the story of
Burlington. Interested? Contact
Dennis Tully at 262-767-2884."
BURLINGTON…DISCOVER THE TREASURES
FREE
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FOOTBALL CAMP
JUNE 2015
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Summer ALPACA DISCOVERY Camp
Ages: 4-6 Aug. 17; Ages 7-13 Aug. 18
Grades 3 thru 9
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Burlington High School
TONY ROMO is the starting quarterback for the
Dallas Cowboys. He is an All Pro Quarterback
and played in the 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2015 Pro
Bowls. He was an All-American Quarterback at Eastern Illinois University. He
won the Walter Payton Div. 1AA Football Player of the Year Award in 2002. He is
a former All-State Football and Basketball player from Burlington High School.
Tony will share his expertise with all players in camp. Participants will receive
instruction of how to properly throw and catch a football, plus learn how to
block and tackle. The Burlington High School football staff, along with other area
high school and college coaches, will assist in the instruction for this youth
football camp.
Camp includes chore time inside barn & pasture
to learn alpaca farming, care & feeding. You will lead
an alpaca thru an obstacle course. Learn about alpaca
fiber & how it is processed. Students will make a
craft with alpaca fiber & leave with
a “surprise” souvenir.
To enroll call 262-534-4091 or
email [email protected]
for more information
Earthcare Suri Alpacas LLC
Francis Meadows Senior Apartments
"No one here is a stranger."
Camp will be held rain or shine. Includes FREE CAMP T-SHIRT.
Advanced registration is required.
To register for the camps, go to www.basd.k12.wi.us/tonyromocamp.cfm.
GRADES 3 - 6 (entering for 2015-16 school year)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Check-In begins at NOON.
GRADES 7 - 9 (entering for 2015-16 school year)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Check-In begins at 8:00am at the entrance to
the Football Stadium.
Stan Janowski, Manager
What makes us standout above the rest? Francis
Meadows Senior Apartments offers 48 income eligible
or market rate apartment homes for adults 55 and better.
We are located on the grounds of the Franciscan Retreat
Center, surrounded by 160 acres of fields and woods.
Call Stan at 262-763-1700 for further information!
*There will NOT be an all-position football camp for grades 7 thru 12*
For more information, please contact The Burlington Community Education
Department at 262-763-0219 or by emailing [email protected]
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262-763-8007
(Excluding
Wedding Dresses and
Leather Products)
COUPON EXPIRES: 7/31/2015
Framing Service
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Custom Framing
Shadow Boxes
Stitchery
We’ll help you choose your mat
to compliment your picture
Karen & Mark Caliva, Owners
35518 W. State Street • Burlington, WI 53105
262.763.5646 • Fax 262.763.8601 • www.burlingtonglassinc.com

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