I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
There is no rain or bad weather make up days for any communities
This is an updated version to my 2011 list http://www.cudahynow.com/blogs/communityblogs/117912319.html
Do you think there is a correlation between Cudahy placing more emphasis on the Special Needs programs, while South Milwaukee and Saint Francis cut theirs with the scores?
St. Francis and Cudahy friends. Zoey is missing! She is a 35 pound gray and white border collie. She has one blue eye and a pink collar. Last seen by St. Francis Brewery/Lake Drive area. If you spot her please contact the St.Francis Police! Thanks!
I would like to see the Elected Officials of Cudahy get serious about the real things plaguing our City.
This is a call out to all of you that have attended or had kids attend or planned to attend the taekwondo program at the YMCA, please read and email Mr. Yamachika.
So I was emailed a PDF version of the April 2012 edition of the Milwaukee Magazine with this email message.
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Please vote today and don’t forget your Photo ID as it is now required!
Daniel J. O’Brien
February 21, 2012 Vote
Daniel J. O’Brien
Mayor of St. Francis
Daniel O’Brien is a mayoral candidate bursting with energy — and brimming with confidence that his business experience as a small business owner, and entrepreneur makes him the right person for the job. "This race is all about who has the right kind of experience, Government must be run like a business, with efficiency.” “The more money you save over here, the more money you have to spend to help people over there."
I recently had the opportunity to sit-down and talk with two Cudahy Elementary teachers.