Weston – Anytime Fitness Grand Re-Opening & Ribbon Cutting 4-10-18

Anytime Fitness Weston owner James Moyer says he bought the business in November 2017. He explains that all new equipment and the cardio equipment has Internet capabilities. NetFlix can be used on the treadmills. Virtual training on the treadmills such as “Running down trails”. Moyer explains “coaching” is offered to each member at Anytime Fitness. Different Levels can be bought into for additional coaching. Coaching is offered from Coach Jamie Smith and Coach Jeff Fogelberg.

Coach Jeff Fogelberg explains he makes the gym accessible for people that don’t feel comfortable. Its a great feeling to get someone motivated to believe in them self’s. Coach Jeff explains he finds ways to incorporate regular life into exercise and make it easier for transition for people coming from a life of non exercise into a gym and know what they are doing safely and overcome any barriers.

Club Manager Jamie Smith Anytime Fitness Weston: April 10th – April 12th Signup for $1 also receive a swag bag first month of unlimited group training FREE first month membership is FREE. Some really great monthly rates and a Newly Remodeled Gym with all New Equipment. She hopes to see everyone real soon!

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Pictures From Today’s Ribbon Cutting / Grand Re-Opening

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South Area Fire District (SAFER) Open House 2017 9-10-17

Many folks came out to the South Area Fire District (SAFER) Open House 2017 Rib Mountain Station. Kids were able to use a fire hose. Medivac Air was on display. Fire Trucks Ambulance. Blood Center Of WI Blood Drive and Much Much more took place. 

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Pictures From The Open House:

 

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2nd Annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party 9-9-17

Local Residence & Residence from Mountain Terrace Senior Living thanked Local First Responders and Law Enforcement at the 2nd Annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party hosted by Mountain Terrace Senior Living. Members of the Wausau Police Department, Wausau Fire Department, Marathon County Sheriff Department and Marathon County S.W.A.T. team were on hand showing equipment and letting people climb inside the vehicles. Around 300 hundred people attended this event.

Interested in any of our Pictures? We have them available to any agency wanting a copy without Water-Marks. Please E-Mail Us: wayne@wgwinews.com

 

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Green Bay Metro Fire Department Urges Caution With Fireworks Use

From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Lt. Cody Johnson 

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On Independence Day in a typical year, more U.S. fires are reported than on any other day, and fireworks account for half of those fires, more than any other cause of fires. The Green Bay Metro Fire Department responds to several fires started by fireworks every year.  In 2014, U.S. hospital emergency rooms treated an estimated 10,500 people for fireworks related injuries! Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission report by Yongling Tu and Demar Granados In 2013 an estimated 15,600 reported fires including 1,400 structure fires and 200 vehicle fires are reported. Source: NFPA’s Fireworks report by Marty Ahrens, June 2016 The current law allows individuals to possess sparklers, snakes, smoke bombs, noisemakers, and spark fountains. These are the only legal fireworks to possess and use without a permit. Firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles, and mortars, are illegal to possess and use without a permit and may result in a citation. A permit may be obtained from your local jurisdiction, though most have very strict guidelines and onlya handful are awarded. Only permits issued by the local jurisdiction and signed by the proper designee (mayor, fire chief, etc) are legal. Permits issued by a fireworks stand are not valid. Safety tips for celebrating with legal fireworks: Adults should only light fireworks.  Sparklers can reach temperatures of over 1200 degrees so make sure your child is old enough to understand the danger of using them improperly. Children should always be supervised when using sparklers.4th-of-July-Fireworks-Images-Clip-Art-3-1 Most fireworks injuries happen to children under the age of 5 years old. 5 years old is often too young to use sparklers. Never relight dud fireworks. Stay clear of them for at least 30 minutes and soak them in a bucket of water overnight before disposing.  Make sure you light fireworks on a dry level surface (concrete) with no combustibles nearby. Maintain a safe distance. Avoid alcohol use while using fireworks.The best way to keep safe this 4th of July is to leave the fireworks to the professionals. Enjoy your local fireworks show put on by your town, city, or village.

Governor Walker Signs Bill to Crack Down on Repeat Drunk Drivers

Madison – Governor Scott Walker signed a bill into law making the 4th drunk driving offense a felony regardless of when it was committed and increasing penalties for repeat drunk drivers. Senate Bill 455, now Act 371, was authored by Senator Alberta Darling (R – River Hills) and Representative Jim Ott (R – Mequon).

“This law is being signed to honor the lives of Jennifer, Courtney, and Sophia,” Governor Walker said. “Eight years ago today, the lives of their families changed forever when a repeat drunk driver decided to get behind the wheel.”

More than 200 people are killed each year on Wisconsin’s roads and, prior to 1990’s, operating while intoxicated (OWI) convictions were based on the number of times the offender had been convicted in the five year period preceding arrest. The new law eliminates the 4th offense look back period and increases penalties for repeat drunk driving offenders.

“Penalties in Wisconsin for repeat drunk drivers are less severe than neighboring states,” added Governor Walker. “It is time to match the severity of our penalties to this crime, regardless of when it occurs.”

A photo from the bill signing is attached.

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