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TFD Trick or Treat
Thiensville Paramedic Benedict Beck accepts a donation for Family Sharing of Ozaukee County as he hands out candy to children during the village-wide trick-or-treat Sunday.
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Firefighters collect canned goods
during Thiensville trick-or-treat


Children in Halloween costumes took to the streets in Thiensville Sunday afternoon for trick-or-treat.

During the three-hour-long scramble for candy, the Thiensville Fire Department roamed the village with a fire truck and other emergency vehicles. As part of their annual Truck or Treat campaign, firefighters collected canned goods and other items for Family Sharing of Ozaukee County.

The Fire Department is continuing to collect items for its annual food drive. Residents are encouraged to drop off canned goods, boxes of mac and cheese and other food items all week at Village Hall, 250 Elm St.

The Thiensville Police Department's reserve officers also played a major role during Sunday's trick-or-treat. They were on hand at all of the main intersections in the village to ensure that children got safely across the street.

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M-T Historical Society's Nov. 17
annual meeting focuses on WWII


The Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society is remembering World War II at its annual meeting on Sunday, Nov. 17.

The meeting will take place at Mequon City Hall, 11333 N. Cedarburg Road, starting at 1 p.m.

The goal of the meeting is to share the history of WWII that belongs to the community -- the stories of those who served overseas and those who supported the war efforts here at home.

Keynote speaker Allan Buchholz will discuss the roles played by Thiensville residents during WWII.

If you would like to share your memories -- or those of your relatives or friends -- contact Fay Walker at (262) 24203107. The MTHS is looking for people to share stories and artifacts as part of a panel of speakers at the annual meeting.

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Latest issue of M-T Today
showcases new PWSB River Stage


Residents in Thiensville and Mequon recently received the latest issue of M-T Today in the mail.

The magazine's cover story is about the ribbon-cutting for the new Port Washington State Bank River Stage. It occurred Saturday, Sept. 14, during the first-ever Chillin' in the 'Ville celebration. The stage is the latest accomplishment for Village Park ReImagined.

Other Thiensville-related stories in M-T Today include a profile of the Thiensville Business Association, the summer-long series of Wednesday Walks and a Business Spotlight on Herbst Oil, Village BP and TRU Heating.

The latest edition of M-T Today may be viewed online.

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The Giving Tree in Village Park has been installed and leaves are being attached.

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