Wednesday, January 23, 2013
There are some places you just don't go if you are halfway aware of events going on around you. This guy didn't consider that.
There are bad choices some people make just because they're not really thinking, and then there are just awful choices some people make because they're not paying attention to anyone but themselves. And there are some places you just don't go to spy on a woman. At 1:30 a.m. Jan. 12, a 28-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for prowling after an employee of Westmoor Country Club reported about an hour earlier that a man was crouched in hiding by the pool house with a pair of binoculars trained toward Brookfield Square mall. The Wesmoor employee said that when he was seen, the man jumped up, ran to a tan Toyota Corolla and fled. Westmoor Country Club is next door to Azana Salon and Spa, the scene of a horrible shooting on Oct. 21 that left …
Monday, October 29, 2012
From Westmoor Country Club to Fuddruckers and a slew of area spas and salons, local businesses have stepped up to support Azana Spa. Salons are organizing a Nov. 13 'Cut it Out' fundraiser against domestic violence.
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- Lisa Sink
Monday, October 29, 2012
Update Monday: 8-twelve's Azana fundraiser details now may be released on Wednesday. _________________ Aaron Rodgers, Ryan Braun and SURG Restaurants plan to announce details on Monday of a planned 8-twelve MVP Bar & Grill fundraiser for the families of the Azana Salon & Spa shooting. The Brookfield restaurant is just one of many area businesses that have stepped up to support Azana, its owner Tami Gemmell and the first responders who rushed to the mass shooting Oct. 21. From McDonald's and the Westmoor Country Club to Barnes & Noble, Fuddruckers, Red Robin, Pizza Hut, Cousins, and more — and a slew of spas and salons from Mequon to Delafield to Greendale, local businesses have extended love and support for the upscale salon. "From the …
Thursday, January 26, 2012
The 8th annual Ladies Night held by the Elmbrook Education Foundation raised nearly $36,000 for foundation programs that support the Elmbrook School District.
The Elmbrook Education Foundation raised nearly $36,000 at its 8th annual Ladies Night Nov. 29 at the Westmoor Country Club — a record amount for the event, the EEF announced. About 300 people attended the event, sponsored by the law firm Pasternak & Zirgibel, S.C., with help from 50 community volunteers. Many volunteers came from corporate programs through World Martial Arts Academy, Best Buy and Charlie's East Coast Hair Design. Ladies Night event photos, by Babboni Photography, are on the EEF's Facebook page. The money raised helps fund foundation programs that support the Elmbrook School District. The Foundation's next event is the 2012 Winter Social at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts on March 3. The theme is Casino Royale…