May 2019

Upcoming Events

Professional Women's Group - May Networking Event
Join the Professional Women's Networking Group for an enlightening session at Good Friend Inc. to learn how they create autism awareness, teach acceptance of differences, and foster empathy for children with autism spectrum disorder.

We will have time to network before hearing from Denise about the services provided by Good Friend Inc.



Free Skin Cancer Screenings
Free Skin Cancer Screenings

Registration is required!
Phone:  262-434-5000 and ask for the Dermatology Dept.

Each year, chances are good that skin cancer will affect the community with more than 3.5 million new skin cancers being diagnosed in more than 2 million people annually according to the American Dermatology Association.  Join, Katherine Garrity MD, board certified dermatologist for this free screening event.

Please no walk ins!
For more information contact Trish Golden at 262-434-1248


CIBM Bank Cookout
CIBM Bank is celebrating its new name and branch located in Brookfield.


Age Safe at Home and Live Well: Summit Senior Breakfast Club
June:  Age Safe at Home and Live Well
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
8:00 to 10 a.m.
Did you know research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that home modifications and repairs may prevent up to 50% of home accidents among seniors, including falls that take place in older homes?  Nearly 90% of older adults want to age-in-place and maintain independence in their homes according to AARP.  Shana Lebanowski, Injury Prevention Coordinator will provide a  home safety check list to reduce your risk of injury and provide a discussion on common injuries due to falls that might cause traumatic brain injury, concussions and hip fractures.  The Western Lakes Fire Department will provide tips on aging in place and keeping your home safe and comfortable through simple modifications to avoid fire hazards.
 To register phone:  888-863-5502 or contact Trish Golden at 262-434-1248


Yount and Senior Addiction Today in Our Communities
Youth and Senior Addiction Today in Our Communities
Community Health Beat

Contrary to popular belief, substance abuse is not limited to one type of person but affects millions of people from many different backgrounds.  According to the CDC binge drinking is a dangerous behavior for all ages.  Binge drinking is most common in the Midwest, it is estimated 23.9% of adults in Wisconsin have binged.  Heroin use is a part of a larger substance abuse problem.  Nearly all people who used heroin also used at least 1 other drug- most used at least 3 other drugs.  Join Holly Petrauskas,  Psychotherapist, and learn how to prevent, reduce the risks of addiction.

Registration is required by phoning:  888o-863-5502 or contact Trish Golden at 262-434-1248.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
5-7 p.m.
Aurora Medical Center Summit
36500 Aurora drive
Summit, WI  53066


Wisconsin State Frog Jump
07/27/2019- 07/28/2019
Frogs will be jumping at 64th Annual Wisconsin State Frog Jump in Dousman, WI. This event is a cherish tradition that is hosted at Dousman’s annual community festival called Dousman Derby Days. All ages are welcome to join in on this family-friendly event, where young and old try coaxing their frog into jumping the longest distant. Registration will start at 12:30pm and last until 3:30pm on Saturday July 27th and Sunday July 28th. Jumping starts at 1:00pm and final calls for jumpers will start at 4:00pm both days. Frogs will be available to rent during the event for an additional dollar, in case you are unable to provide your own. The event will take place on the baseball diamond at Cory Park off of Main Street in Dousman. 


Starving Artists' Show

On September 8, the Starving Artists’ Show celebrates the milestone of 50 shows. This show features local and national artists who work in a diverse range of media including pottery, jewelry, painting, and glass. All artwork is priced for $100 or less. The $10 admission fee supports Mount Mary University scholarships. Don’t miss this year’s show, sponsored by the Mount Mary Alumnae Association! Learn more about the show at


City of Waukesha's 57th Annual Christmas Parade

Join the Chamber at the 57th Annual Christmas Parade in Downtown Waukesha. Sunday, November 24th at 4:00pm

Waukesha City Connect

Waukesha City Connect

Come join the City of Waukesha Chamber of Commerce at the Waukesha County Historical Society and Museum for our May Networking Event! Connect with local business owners and residents, tour the museum, and have snacks provided by the City of Waukesha Chamber of Commerce.

Wednesday, May 29
Free for members, $5 for non-members
Please RSVP Here


Travel Trivia

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What do you call an alligator with GPS?
A navi-gator! See alligators in their natural habitat with an excursion to Everglades National Park, the namesake of Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades Cruise Port.

What was the original color for New York City cabs?
New York City’s iconic yellow cabs were originally red and green. Skip the cab by having your travel advisor arrange transfers to and from the cruise port for you!

What did guests say about the party at the zoo?
It was Panda-monium! Check out animals in action at the renowned San Diego Zoo, chock full of ways to get up close and personal with your favorite fuzzy friends.

Which U.S. City has the most glass blowing studios in the world, second only to Venetian Island Murano?
Seattle. Get a closer look at the works of Seattle local Dale Chihuly, glass sculptor and entrepreneur, at the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition.

Where is the World’s largest pineapple maze?
The Dole Plantation in Oahu. Check out this popular attraction for a ride on the pineapple express train and a chance to try a mouth-watering dole whip.

What city in California doesn’t have street addresses?
Carmel-by-the-Sea. This cozy storybook village has no street numbers. Instead, you’ll find old school cobblestone streets and quaint restaurants and shops, which makes it a great place to wander until you feel recharged.

Where can you find the world’s largest collection of art deco architecture?
Miami! Keep an eye out for the vibrant buildings that dot the Miami skyline and A1A. Not sure where to look? Book a Miami Beach food and art deco walking tour to make sure you hit all the right spots.

Contact Janelle at 414-418-8803 or for all your
Travel Needs!
Newsletter - May 2019