February Photos of the Month
Photos by The Daily News Staff
Slinger's Tanner Schieve reacts after the final second close in the sectional match up against Grafton. Slinger lost 58-41. Barton Elementary fourth grader Josh Bramm reacts to a question that he was not ready for during the Battle of the Books tournament at Barton Elementary in Barton on Wednesday afternoon. Fourth and fifth grade students teamed up to answer questions concerning the books they read since January 2. Each team member read six books each. Germantown's Luke Fischer blocks a shot against Port Washington in Germantown on Friday night. <br/><br/> Germantown's Lamonte Bearden goes in for a basket against Homestead during a regional match up in Germantown on Saturday night. Germantown won 70-44 and will play Arrowhead in the sectional semi-finals on Thursday. <br/>Kettle Moraine Lutheran's Nate Krause attempts a dunk against Milwaukee Tenor during the regional match up in Jackson on Tuesday night. Kettle Moraine won 79-25.<br/> West Bend East's Seth Schrank goes in for a shot against Slinger in a regional match in Slinger on Saturday night. Slinger won 42-34 to advance to the sectionals on Thursday. West Bend East's Zach Baun attempts to gain control of a loose ball against Slinger in a regional match up in Slinger on Saturday night. Slinger won 42-34 to advance to the sectionals on Thursday. Hartford Union's Nick LaTour fires up his teammates apart of senior night before taking on West Bend West in Hartford on Thursday night. St.Joseph Big Bend's Ryan Loomis (21) and St. Mary's Nathan Fettig (10) both jump out of bounds while chasing after a loose ball during the St.Mary's Shootout basketball tournament at St.Mary's School in West Bend on Wednesday, February 6. Germantown Police Officer Jeffrey Gonzalez loads a revolver for students to practice unloading it during the Concealed and Carry class at the Germantown Police Department on Saturday morning. Patrons attended the four hour course to learn about gun safety and to obtain their concealed carry permit. Jean, played by Melissa Hammen, has her hair braided by Dwight, played by Kris Holly, during rehearsal for a "Dead Man's Cell Phone" at the University of Wisconsin-Washington County in West Bend. The show runs March 1 &2 along with March 8 & 9. Brian Lepien, 35, of Hartford presents to the crowd during practice in Hartford on Thursday evening. The Energizers Dream Team gives opportunity to those with special needs a chance to dance competitively. The group will be heading to Illinois this weekend to compete in the CSG National Competition. Jonah Eckert, 6, of Barton  buries his face into his hands as more numbers are called off during the Family Bingo and Game night at Barton Elementary in Barton on Friday night. <br/> Nicole Klink of Hartford smiles as she finds a place for her puzzle piece while working with Mary Rusch of Neosho during the family puzzle contest at the Hartford Recreation Center on Friday night. Families competed in a race to complete a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle. The winners received a 2013 family pass to the Veterans Pool. A full moon near the new Museum of Wisconsin Art Building on February 25. Rebekah Blackman, 8, of Hartford sticks her tongue out as she is lifted up for the Energizers Dream Team halftime show apart of the Hartford Union against Slinger girls basketball team in Slinger on Thursday night. The Energizers Dream Team offers people with special needs the chance to dance in front of a crowd. The team will be traveling to Illinois this weekend to compete in a National competition. West Bend West's Celina Wanta has her shot blocked by Slinger's Lainey Russell in West Bend on Friday night. West Bend West's Alason Joenig and Slinger's Michaela Nelson both reach out for a loose ball in West Bend on Friday night. West Bend East girls hold hands in their pink attire for the Find a Cure for Cancer night before taking on West Bend West  in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36.<br/><br/> West Bend East's Hailey Krewald grabs a rebound against West Bend West   in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36. West Bend West's Moriah Yerges celebrates a teammates bucket against West Bend East  in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36.<br/><br/> West Bend East's Erica Koller catches an inadvertent wrist to her throat from West Bend West's Moriah Yerges  in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36. West Bend West's Kayla Clark and West Bend East's Hailey Krewald collide in the air in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36. West Bend East's Hailey Krewald reacts after being called for a foul with 11 second left in the fourth quarter in a one-point game with West Bend West  in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36. West Bend East's Julia Weninger celebrates with her teammate Katelyn Zettler after Zettler made two-free throws to give East the win against West Bend West  in West Bend on Tuesday night. West Bend East won 37-36. Cieanna Lindoerfer, 5, of West Bend opens wide as Holly Koehn inspects her teeth at the Riverfront Dentist in Barton on Friday morning. Members of the Riverfront Dentist donated equipment and time to help give 12 children from the Head Start Program free dental work apart of the program Give Kids a Smile. Abby Davidson, 4, of West Bend covers her eyes from the light as she has her teeth inspected at the Riverfront Dentist in Barton on Friday morning. Members of the Riverfront Dentist donated equipment and time to help give 12 children from the Head Start Program free dental work apart of the program Give Kids a Smile. Jabvari Davidson, 4, of West Bend covers his eyes as he watches Davin Davidson, 5, of West Bend hold a cleaning tool while getting his teeth cleaned at the Riverfront Dentist in Barton on Friday morning. Members of the Riverfront Dentist donated equipment and time to help give 12 children from the Head Start Program free dental work apart of the program Give Kids a Smile. Hartford Union's Steph Beaudoin flips off the bars during the Wisconsin Little Ten Championship in Hartford on Friday evening. Rossman Elementary student Ellexi Buckenberger, 5, looks to the judges while dressed in her Model T costume for her presentation on the history of the Model T during the History Fair at Central Middle School in Hartford on Tuesday evening. Karen Myers of West Bend salts the sidewalks outside her home as students from McLane Elementary make their way home from school in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Myers and her husband attempt to salt and shovel their sidewalks after each snow before the children leave school. <br/><br/> A chandelier hanging in the sitting room at Isadora's Bed and Breakfast in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built back in 1893 and still contains much of the original woodwork. Owner Darrell Ziebarth is reflected across a mirror containing many dishes and items on display in the sitting room at Isadora's Bed and Breakfast in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built back in 1893 and still contains much of the original woodwork. Owner Darrell Ziebarth is reflected in a mirror on a buffet found in the original Isadora's Bed and Breakfast in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built back in 1893 and still contains much of the original woodwork. Owner Darrell Ziebarth walks up the stair case and along the walls of history containing old photographs telling the history of Isadora's Bed and Breakfast in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built back in 1893 and still contains much of the original woodwork. A collection of dishes hung above one of the bedrooms at Isadora's Bed and Breakfast in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built back in 1893 and still contains much of the original woodwork. Ellen Sliwinski of Jackson works on her kick series during a kickboxing class at the Jackson Area Community Center on Monday night. The class focuses on cardio exercise and a series of punches and kicks. West Bend School District Director of Innovations and Professional Learning T.C. Motzkus addresses families during a introductory meeting for the West Bend School District's new charter school, Pathways, at the McDonalds in Jackson on Tuesday evening. The meetings were held at McDonalds to stress the point of difference from a traditional classroom. The new Pathways Charter school will give 7th-9th grade students the opportunity to learn about 16 different careers. The Pathways Charter School plans to open in August in the Mutual Mall in West Bend. Silverbrook Middle School principal Lance Roell has shaving cream put on his head for the cheese ball toss during the carnival at Silverbrook Middle School in West Bend on Friday night. Renee Diatek of West Bend laughs as she works on getting snow out from under her car in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. Diatek had to shovel the driveway after getting home from work and getting stuck driving up her driveway. <br/><br/> Michael Watson, 18, has snow fly across the driveway of a clients home as he and his brother, Nathan, continue working on clearing snow in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. The brothers began cleaning up snow for Brants Lawn Care at 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Neil Zweck of West Bend cleans the front of his car off with a dust pan while attempting to get hi scar uncovered in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Zweck's garage was full with items as he plans to move on Friday and had to park his car on the street the night before.  Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. <br/><br/> Luke Moris, 11, of the Town of Farmington smiles as he is airborne after hitting a jump on the sledding hill in Ridge Run Park in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. Brendan Krawzick, 10, of the Town of Farmington walks back up the sledding hill in Ridge Run Park in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. Luke Moris, 11, of the Town of Farmington opens his mouth to catch snow while sledding down a hill in Ridge Run Park in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue through Wednesday night. St.John's Lutheran Pastor Jeff Dorth watches dirt fly in the air after breaking ground for the new Early Childhood Center in West Bend on Thursday afternoon.
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