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Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:55 am

Downtown BID unveils tenth iconic holiday ornament
The Milwaukee Downtown BID number 21 recently unveiled the tenth ornament in it’s annual downtown landmark series. Each year the organization selects a new downtown landmark and then commissions and artist to sculpt the image which is later cast in pewter. This year, the ornament features Cudahy Tower Apartments and Condominiums.
The ornament is available at milwaukeeholidaylights.com for $19.95 plus shipping and handling.
Past ornaments include the Milwaukee Federal Building, the Court House, Milwaukee County Historical Society, Northwestern Mutual, Central Library, City Hall, Milwaukee Art Museum, Pabst Theater, Downtown Trolly and Cathedral of St. John Evangelist. Previous years’ ornaments are available in limited amounts for $24.95.
 
Drop off your worn out flags at North Shore Bank
North Shore Bank, Brookfield, has announced it will conduct its annual worn and tattered flag collection now until Sunday, Oct. 31. The Bank is working with Exchange Clubs, the American Legion and local Boy Scout troops to honorably dispose of the flags on Veterans Day.
“Many people don’t know how to properly dispose of tattered or torn flags, and working with the Exchange Clubs, the American Legion and the Scouts gives North Shore Bank the opportunity to help our customers and neighbors do so in a responsible, respectful and patriotic manner,” said Sue Doyle, vice president of branch administration.  “North Shore Bank has a strong tradition of involvement within the communities where we operate, and we are honored to sponsor this flag collection program for the ninth year in a row.”
Damaged and worn flags will be collected at all North Shore Bank offices throughout eastern Wisconsin, including the Maritime Savings Bank branches now operated by North Shore Bank.  For locations, visit northshorebank.com.
The flags will be properly retired in Veteran’s Day ceremonies in November.  

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