Everything Greendale takes a look back at the past year through pictures we published during 2015. This collection of photos includes some of the top people, events and news stories of the year. Please click the thumbnail to view larger image.
The Norman Rockwell sculpture at Northway and Broad Street gets into the Holiday spirit on December 5, 2015.
Greendale’s original fire engine returned to Greendale in 2015.
The Hose Tower was at capacity at the major donor event on October 23 during the building’s grand opening.
Village President Jim Birmingham helps bury a Time Capsule at Village Hall to be opened in 2063.
The Hose Tower got ready for its Community Grand Opening in October.
The signature mosaic tiles at Highland View Elementary School were covered for energy efficiency.
Members of the Greendale High School Marching Band perform int he Greendale Fourth of July parade. The band was selected to participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in 2016.
Volunteer readers of the Declaration of Independence gathered in front of Greendale’s Village Hall on July 4.
Village Manager Todd Michaels and Trustee Al Sikorski unloaded candy prior to the parade on July 4.
Residents stake out their seats early on the Fourth of July Parade route.
Bill Kewan was appointed to the Greendale Village Board on June 16.
Greendale’s original, 77 year-old water tower was demolished in July.
The candidates for the Greendale School Board at the candidate forum on February 11. From L – R: Kim Kowalczyk, Noelle Joers-Yanish, Kathleen Wied-Vincent, James Schmidt, Joseph Crapitto and John Comiskey.
I Left My Heart on Broad Street Draws Crowds
Parent Jason Patzfahl addresses the Greendale school board in support of Superintendent John Tharp on January 5.
The Greendale School Board called a special meeting on April 28 where the community voted to transfer district land to the Village of Greendale.
Supporters of the Veterans Memorial Show Their True Colors
Families enjoyed an Easter Egg Hunt at Joey Gerard’s on March 28.
Greendale police on Broad Street on Saturday, February 21. Later that morning, Village President John Hermes and Trustee Jim Birmingham helped apprehend the “Broad Street Burglar”.
The Village sold the property that is home Greendale Fire Station for a Sendik’s Fresh 2 Go store.
Fourth of July Rides
Three Village youth enjoy the ice rink in historic, downtown Greendale.
John Cemirys is was the Grand Marshall in the 2015 Fourth of July Parade in Greendale.
Residents Flocked to Greendale’s Open Market this summer.
Unsuccessful school board candidate James Schmidt criticizes the Greendale school board on April 28 at a Special Meeting regarding the transfer of land at the corner of Southway and Broad Street to the Village of Greendale.
I Left My Heart on Broad Street
The vacant former site of the JC Penney Auto Center is just part of the 19 acres designated for a new TIF district in Greendale.
Bill Attewell is the editor and publisher of Everything Greendale. He has over 20 years experience as an award-winning newspaper editor, writer and publisher. His work has been read in in over 50 publications across the U.S. and abroad. Bill is a long-time resident of Greendale and a Greendale High School alum. Go Panthers!