former Germantown High School German Instructor Linda Wall (right) meets with Dr. Klaus Thoma (left), Brigitte Thoma, Christa Nicklas and other visitors from Germantown's sister city Ismaning, Germany, at the Von Rotherburg Bier Stube on Sept. 5.
Jaden Jones (front, left) plays a round of Mirror Me with Emma Kamm (back) while Callie Berkry waits her turn on the Riverside School playground on Sept. 5. Mirror Me, several other games and a map of the United States was painted or repainted by Riverside alumni Zoe Oskarsson for her Girl Scout Gold project.
Wauwatosa East's Natalie Schudrowitz nears the finish-line during the Junior-Senior race of her teams cross country meet in Rotary Park Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, in Menomonee Falls, Wis. Natalie won the race with a time of 15:00.31.
Seven year old Isabella Grion, of Shorewood, Wis., holds a sign proclaiming "We Love Harleys" in 5000 block of North Lake Shore Drive Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, in Whitefish Bay, Wis. Isabella and other youngsters from Holy Family School were offering free coffee to bikers.
Brookfield East's Dom Freres (3) and Zach Damico (19) react after Zach scored over Beaver Dam during the first half of the varsity teams game at Brookfield East High School Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, in Brookfield, Wis.
Crossing Guard Gerald Brockman keeps a weary eye on traffic at the intersection of 68th Street and Aetna Court Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2013, in Wauwatosa, Wis. Tuesday is the first day of school for Wauwatosa students. Brockman has been a crossing guard for four years.
Nicolet Goal Keeper Michael Cohen blocks a shot on goal by Homestead's Sam Gianakos(right) during the first half of the varsity teams game at Homestead High School Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013, in Mequon, Wis.
Two and a half year old Madalyn(cq) Mitchell and her father Bradley Mitchell, of Saint Francis, Wis. share pop-corn while attending the South Milwaukee Downtown Market Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, in South Milwaukee, Wis.
Erik Estrada, left, "Ponch" from the TV series, "C.H.I.P.s" spoke to Russ "Speedbump" Melvin before the start of the parade of Harley riders Aug. 29. Nearly 800 riders left the House of Harley and headed to the Milwaukee County Sheriffâ€™s Memorial for a bike blessing.
Sarina Ryals, left, and Summer Dunaway, both of Greenfield, pass the time playing cards as they expect a larger crowd of cars to park in Tam's Chop Suey lot. The owner hired them to park cars and bikes for people attending the House of Harley events on Aug. 29. They were happy for the job because they both start college Monday.