Save These Faces
Sponsored by WISN TV, 96.5 WKLH and ClearChannel Outdoor
For every single adoption from the Wisconsin Humane Society, supporter Stan Kass will donate $100 back to the organization, up to $100,000! We hope to reach the goal of finding homes for 1,000 homeless animals in 6-7 weeks and we've added a special incentive:
All adoptions at the Milwaukee and Ozaukee Campuses will be 25% off until we reach 1,000 adoptions!
Citizen Police Academy
There is plenty of space left for the upcoming Fox Point, Bayside, and River Hills Citizen Police Academy. The academy starts on Thursday, October 6th and runs through Thursday, November 17th. Classes are held at the Fox Point Police Department from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM, with one Saturday class on October 29th from 9:00 AM to 12:00PM at the Bayside Police Department. Topics will include recruitment and hiring, training, crime scene investigation, Operating While Intoxicated enforcement, firearms, use of force, traffic stops, and a ride along. If you live or work in the Village of Fox Point and are 21 or older, you are eligible to attend. The Citizens Police Academy is free to attend and hands-on participation is not required. If you are interested, please contact Officer John Adamaitis in Fox Point 414-351-8911, Sergeant Mike Gaynor in River Hills 414-247-2302 or Officer Eric Miller in Bayside 414-351-8808.
Entries are now being accepted for the Wisconsin Humane Society's 2012 Calendar Contest!
Summer is officially winding down, and the site of swimming suits and convertibles will soon be replaced with backpacks and big yellow school buses. You have your “to-do” list practically complete, but students – especially college students – aren't fully prepared until they’ve been warned about these scams that specifically target them. From a scammer’s point of view, a young person away from their parents for the first time and eager to be independent is an easy target.
The Roommate/Rental Scheme
Beware: Searching for a roommate using classified or Craig’s List ads.