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Published Twice Monthly In Kohler, WI 53044
Kohler
The
 Villager
Kohler
FREE
219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
LocalPostal Customer 
 Villager
Volume 8, Number3
SEPTEMBER 1, 2012
A history themed treasure huntis being held as part of the Villageof Kohler’s celebration of its cen-tennial. The prize is a $500 holidayshopping spree at the Shops atWoodlake. In honor of the Villageof Kohler’s past 100 years, theHistoric Hunt features a fun way tolearn about the history of Kohler  by finding the answers to 100questions, which will be availableat the Village Hall, Kohler PublicLibrary, or visit www.kohlervil-lager.com.The Historic Hunt is open to allVillage residents. For more details,see the
Village View
on page 11.
 Village of Kohler to hold history themed treasure hunt
Kohler High School’s compos-ite score for the ACT college en-trance exam was the highest in thestate of Wisconsin. The 2012Kohler graduates scored an aver-age of 27.5, with 90% of the classtaking the test. (The state compos-ite average is 22.1).The ACT consists of four sub- ject components: English, mathe-matics, reading, and science.Kohler students earned top scoresin each component: English, 27.0;Mathematics , 27.0; Reading, 27.4;and Science 27.5.Kohler also led the state in ACTscores in 2007 and 2009.“Congratulations to the stu-dents, parents, teachers, andstaff!,” said Quynh Trueblood,Kohler’s new superintendent.
Kohler H.S. scoreshighest ACT score inthe state
 A-list DJ to spin records atKohler School Foundation’sFall Follies October 13
Plans for this year’s Kohler School Foundation’s Fall Fol-lies event, to be held at TheAmerican Club on Octo- ber 13, are well under-way. This year’s“fun-raiser” will fea-ture DJ Suga Ray, an incrediblygifted nationally known A-list DJfrom New York City.DJ Suga Ray is known for hisfast record flipping, encyclopedicknowledge of music and liverecord mixes. He has spun partiesfor Jennifer Aniston, Ludacris,Matt Damon, Google, HBO Pre-mieres, and TigerJam and is cer-tain to ensure Fall Follies is anevening one won’t soon forget.Check out Suga Ray online atyoutu.be/UME6F2cXpjU.With its annual Fall Follies, theKohler School Foundation worksto raise funds to help take theKohler School experience beyondthe basics of public education. Inthe past the event has helped tofund iPad and laptop mo- bile labs, Distance Learn-ing Center construction,overhead projection unitsfor classrooms, schol-arships, and eventslike Challenge Dayand support of the Kind Matterscampaign. It is a community eventthat hopes to draw parents, faculty, business leaders and friends of ed-ucation to support the cause. Our children’s education is worth theinvestment.Invitations will be available inearly September. The event is opento the community: Village resi-dents, parents, corporations,alumni and friends are all encour-aged to register early, as space islimited. Ticket sales, donations andfrequent updates may be found on-line at kohlerschoolfoundation.org.Mark your calendars and don'tmiss the ultimate party DJ at theultimate party!KOHLER, Wis. – The cel-ebrated Kohler Food &Wine Experience returnswith a showcase of celebrity chefs, restaura-teurs and wine, beer &spirit experts that will par-take in the flavorful four-day festival on October 18-21, 2012. More than8,000 culinary enthusiastswill mix with epicureanexperts during interactiveseminars, cooking demon-strations, wine tastings,and signature events all set at TheAmerican Club Resort, one of only 36 hotels worldwide to berated both Forbes Five-Star andAAA Five-Diamond.This year’s top chef masters toheadline the Stella Artois MainStage and the weekend’s signatureevents include Food Network star Anne Burrell, America’s TestKitchen host and author Christo- pher Kimball, host of Lidia’s Italyand best-selling author Lidia Bas-tianich and Chicago’s Tony Man-tuano, author, owner & head chef of Spiaggia.“The resort hosts a fine mix of celebrity presenters and wine ex- perts that converge for one spiritedweekend in the charming Villageof Kohler to share their passion for food, wine and fun. The event is alively showcase of culinary-themed seminars and specialevents that are not only educa-tional in nature but more impor-tantly entertaining,” saidThe American Club ResortExecutive Chef RichardBoyer.Highlights for this year’sKohler Food & Wine Ex- perience include the annualChef’s Challenge, Taste of the Vine, and Feast of Tal-ent evening events whereguests are likely to meetand mingle with the head-lining presenters. New tothis year’s line-up areunique opportunities to ex- perience Port wine paired with un-expected ingredients at the Port &Chocolate seminar featuringKohler Original Recipe Choco-lates Chocolatier Peter Clemensand Port & Cookies seminar hosted by Kohler’s own pastrychef Richard Palm. The PigCheese Cocktail makes its returnafter last year’s debut and to stir-it-up; this year’s sprightly Shake &Stir Party is a N’Awlins-themedcocktail celebration.
It’s going to be agood year!
Anne Burrell, Lidia Bastianich, Christopher Kimball, Tony Mantuano to headline 12th Annual Kohler Food & WineExperience, October 18-21
 
Food Network star Anne Burrell.
 –Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
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Kohler mid-dle school stu-dents KaleighRoeder and Grace Nugent are holdinga one mile walk/funrun to raise moneyfor homeless catsand dogs on Sep-tember 15, 2012. Registration be-gins at 12:30 p.m. in the ravine bowl, and the walk starts at 1:00 p.m. T-shirts are available for pur-chase for participants who prereg-ister by September 6.See dogsrus990.wix.com/make-a-break-dog-run and click the“Home” link for more information.Registration is $10 for youth 10and under; $14 for ages 11 andolder.Everyone is welcome, includ-ing dogs! Snacks, water andhomemade dog treats will be pro-vided. (Bring your own dog dishif needed). All proceeds will gotoward the Sheboygan CountyHumaneSociety.
 
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 New Kohler High School prin-cipal, Quynh Trueblood, is here tostay. It is apparent even from thewell-thought-out décor in her of-fice. Already, before school is insession she is trying to learn everystudent’s name and face. Her hand-shake is kind but firm, coordinatingperfectly with her personality,which she will need to run our vil-lage school.Utilizing a different approachthan past administrations,Mrs.Trueblood is not hoping to makelarge changes. Rather, she wants tokeep advancing on the changes wehave already made, continually im-proving the quality of the educa-tion that Kohler High studentsreceive and the environment inwhich they receive it.Communications, too, shehopes will proceed more fluidlyduring this upcoming year. Withthe new early release and “Bomber Hour” schedules, teachers and ad-ministration will have more time toget each other on the same pagewhile discussing their plans and ac-tions. Long gone are the overlap-ping scheduling woes of conflicting clubs. Clubs now willbe given a special time slot duringschool hours so that students canbe more organized and fit moreinto their academic lives.Mrs. Trueblood, a Midwest na-
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Kohler School Board PresidentJane Bishop resigned from her po-sition effective Friday, August 24,2012. The board accepted her res-ignation at a special board meetingheld on August 27. No reason wasgiven at the board meeting for Bishop’s sudden resignation other than that she had many things goingon that demanded her time and at-tention.“The Board of Education re-spectfully accepted the resignationof School Board President JaneBishop. The board would like tothank Jane for her 10 years of serv-ice to the community,” said the board members in a statement.See the Kohler Times sectionfor information regarding the process for filling the vacancy.More will be forthcoming in theSeptember 15 issue of 
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HAPPY 100 BIRTHDAY VILLAGE OF KOHLER! 
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tive, already has been working inthe education field as long as thestudents of the senior class have been alive. While her experiencehas been in larger Sheboyganschools, she looks forward tosmaller-scale Kohler. She enjoyshow closely-knit the community isand appreciates that in a smaller school, she will have the opportu-nity to personally know everymember of the student body.Outside of her work, Truebloodenjoys cooking for her family. If she had to pick another career shewould love to be an experimentalfood stylist. Her love for aestheticsmakes her particularly partial to thearts. She believes that a well-rounded education should consistof sciences and math equally offset by the arts and literature.As our first woman principal ina very long while, QuynhTrueblood is a breath of fresh air.She brings with her a great work ethic, a good sense of humor, andan understanding and compassion-ate perspective towards the stu-dents of Kohler High. We atKohler Schools look forward toworking with her to make our school the best possible place it can be.
 Editor’s note: Samantha Dedek will be a senior at Kohler HighSchool.

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