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Published Twice Monthly In Kohler, WI
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219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
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Volume 9, Number9
December 1, 2013
The Kohler Splash girls swim anddive team placed sixth overall at the November 9 sectionals, with twoswimmers qualifying for state.In the 200 medley relay, the team placed fifth with a time of 1:58.17.Team members included Kellie Hoek-stra, Ashley Dedering, Emma Herold,and Courtney Rutten. Sophomore Emma Herold was thetop individual finisher in the 50freestyle, and also took sixth in the100 butterfly. She qualified for a sixthseeding at the WIAA State Division 2meet in Madison. Freshman Kellie Hoekstra finishedseventh in the 50 freestyle also earninga trip to Madison as a sixteenth seed.At the state meet, Herold earned a place on the medal stand with a fifth- place finish in the 50-yard freestyle,while Hoekstra finished eleventh inthe 100 freestyle.
Kohler Splash finishessixth at sectionals,sends two to state
Emma Herold (second from left) on 5th place medal stand at WIAA
Div. 2 state swim meet.
The Kohler School Districtand community will celebratethe high school’s nationalrecognition as a Blue RibbonSchool with a flag raising cere-mony on December 10. The cer-emony will honor the highschool for its commitment toexemplary student achievement.At the National Blue RibbonSchools ceremony in Washing-ton D.C. on November 19, U.S.Secretary of Education ArneDuncan recognized Kohler High School as one of the na-tion’s best schools stating, “Na-tional Blue Ribbon schoolsrepresent examples of educa-tional excellence, and their work reflects the belief thatevery child in America deservesa world-class education.”Superintendent Quynh True- blood and science teacher DanaKrejcarek returned to Kohler with a National Blue Ribbon plaque and flag in hand with acharge to “share our story of how great teachers and familiesdevelop the next generation of great people who build a greatsociety,” said Trueblood. The flag raising ceremonywill begin at the school at 10:15a.m. on Tuesday, December 10with a flag-bearing parade led by teachers, students, school board, village leaders, schoolsupporters, and communitymembers.
School to hold ceremony for raisingof the National BlueRibbon award flag
 The first day to circulate nomination papers for the 2014 spring election isSunday, December 1, 2013. Nomina-tion papers are available at the Villageoffices during regular business hoursor on the Village website, kohlervillage.org. The due date for filing the nomina-tion papers is Tuesday, January 7,2014, at 5:00 p.m. The spring election will be heldApril 1, 2014, with all terms begin-ning on April 15, 2014 and serving for two years. The following offices are to beelected to succeed the present incum- bents: Village Trustee, Brett Edgerle;Village Trustee, Susan Jaberg; VillageTrustee, John Pethan. Questions regarding nomination pa- pers may be directed to the VillageClerk-Treasurer’s Office. The phonenumber is 920-459-3873. If a spring primary election is re-quired, it will be held on Tuesday,February 18, 2014, and the SpringElection will be held on Tuesday,April 1, 2014.
Thinking of running for VillageTrustee Now is the time to circulatenomination papers
Kohler Schools Superintendent Quynh Trueblood and teacher Dana Krejcarek in Washington D.C. on behalf of Kohler Schools to accept the National Blue Ribbon School award.
 –Submitted photo
Submitted photo
 
DECEMBER 1, 2013
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KOHLER, Wis. —Kohler CreditUnion has received a MarComAward from the Association of Marketing & Communication Pro-fessionals (AMCP). MarComAwards is an international creativecompetition that recognizes out-standing achievement by market-ing and communication professionals. Kohler CreditUnion’s marketing efforts gar-nered a Gold Award for their Paid-in-10 campaign. This is the sixthconsecutive year that Kohler Credit Union has won a MarComAward.Laura Gabrielse, marketing di-rector, says of the award, “I amfortunate enough to work at an or-ganization that sees value in beingcreative and different in how weadvertise and go to market. That,coupled with a great marketingteam, leads to non ‘cookie-cutter’ideas to promote Kohler CreditUnion and what we have to offer.It’s an added bonus when MarComAwards recognizes the uniquenessand creativity of our advertising.” There were over 6,500 entriesfrom throughout the United States,Canada, and several other coun-tries. Entries come from corporatemarketing and communication de- partments, advertising agencies,PR firms, design shops, productioncompanies and freelancers. Thecompetition has grown to perhapsthe largest of its kind in the world.A look at the winners shows arange in size from individual com-municators to media conglomer-ates and Fortune 500 companies.Judges are industry profession-als who look for companies and in-dividuals whose talent exceeds ahigh standard of excellence andwhose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. The competitionhas grown to perhaps the largest of its kind in the world.Kohler Credit Union is a $259million not-for-profit, financial co-operative, owned and governed byits members. Membership is opento anyone who lives or works inSheboygan, Ozaukee, Calumet,Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, or Washington County.
Kohler CreditUnion wins MarCom award
Kohler girls play during half-timeof UWGBPhoenix game
On Friday, November 8 theKohler 7th and 8th grade girls bas-ketball teams played against eachother at half-time of the UW-GreenBay Phoenix women’s game ver-sus the University of Northern Illi-nois. The girls were thrilled tohave the opportunity to play on theKress Center court and honoredthe occasion by playing hard for six minutes in front of a crowd of 1,900 spectators.
th Grade Team, fr ont from let: Tilydia X iong, M eg Biznek , Maddie Abrecht, K aleigh Roeder, Grae Pelligri no, Catheri ne Coulson, Franc eschueller. 7th Grad e Team members inlude: Fr ont row (let to right): Elly Chl oe Bohn, ecelia Z ielke and E mma Eg bert.
7th Grade Team Members include (front from left): Alivia Hundt, Kate O’Leary, Emma Egbert, Molly Thomack, Sami Renzelmann, Elly Udovich, Sarah Sobecki, Darya Wolniak, Cecelia Zielke and Chloe Bohn.
 –Submitted photos
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Cecelia Zielke, Kohler 7th grader, and Kaleigh Roeder, Kohler 8th grader, tip off for their game during half-time of the UW-Green Bay Phoenix game.
 
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM
 DECEMBER 1, 2013
 
KOHLER VILLAGER 
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 Fundraising for the Ebben FieldRenovation Phase II has reached asignificant milestone. Through themonth of November 2013, the gen-erous donations and pledges re-ceived from the school,community organizations, busi-nesses, foundations, families, andindividuals have reached a total of $265,000 which is just over 50%of the total Ebben Field renovationgoal. The Ebben Field RenovationCommittee, Kohler Public Schoolsand the Kohler Village Board ex-tend a heartfelt thanks to all whohave shown support for this proj-ect. This year, a portion of the 2013contributions has funded a com- plete renovation of the concessionstand and restroom facilities. How-ever, more work remains to bedone. $260,000 is still needed toreach the goal of $525,000. Asfunds become available, the nextarea of focus will be the soccer fields and the track. Those pledging financial supportto the project will be recognized ina number of different ways. For aslittle as $250, donors will be rec-ognized with a bleacher seat plateshowing the name of the contribut-ing organization, business, familyor individual. Along with a bleacher seat plate, gifts of $1000or more will be recognized with anengraved granite plaque which will be on permanent display at EbbenField. Contributions of $500-$999will be recognized with a bleacher seat plate as well as an engraved brick which will be incorporatedinto the landscape and grounds atEbben Field. Anyone interested in making acontribution is encouraged tocheck on matching contribution programs offered through their em- ployers. These generous programsallow associates to double their contributions to qualifying organi-zations. Let’s make the vision of EbbenField a reality for the residents of the Village of Kohler and the stu-dents of Kohler Public Schools.For more information about contri- bution opportunities, please visitthe Kohler Public Schools websiteunder “Kohler Highlights” or con-tact Doug Bocchini at  bocchinid@kohler.k12.wi.us.
The Bomber Basketball Club reserves the right to return all money if a minimum of 500 calendars are not sold by January 31, 2014.
The Calendar Raffle helps the Bomber Basketball Clubsupport Kohler youth basketball programs and coaches by  providing leadership and funding for equipment,tournaments and coaching guidance at all levels. Our vision is a sustained, successful basketball program that  promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership and school spirit in our youth and the greater Kohler community.
Basketball players will be selling ads, or contact theemail below to order your calendar or learn moreabout the Bomber Basketball Club:
bomberbasketballclub@gmail.com
365chances to win more than
$10,000!
 
 Special Offer:
Buy 2, get 1 FREE
 A great Christmas gift idea for grandparents, co-workers, nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles
The gift that LITERALLY keeps on giving the entire year!
 $20 awarded every day of the year with higher values on “special” days below
January 1 New Year’s Day $500February 14 Valentine’s Day $150March 17 St. Patrick’s Day $150 April 1 April Fool’s Day $500May 11 Mothers’ Day $150June 15 FathersDay $150July 4 Independence Day $500September 1 Labor Day $150October 31 Halloween $150November 11 Veterans’ Day $150December 25 Christmas Day $500
Drawings held monthly with winners published in the Kohler Villager.
You can win more than once! 
Only $20 percalendar
 
Bomber Basketball Clubis rolling out its2014 Raffle Calender !
 
 
Celebrate the holidays with family and friends when you drive through a festive lights show choreographed to holiday music in
Evergreen Park
. Make sure to also visit the
Quarryview Park Shelter
 where FUNLAND offers entertainment, snacks, and Santa.
Open every night
 
Nov. 29 - Dec. 28
(closed Dec. 24)
5:00-9:00 PM
Admission is free.
Food pantry donations appreciated.Visit www.RotaryMakingSpiritsBright.org for more info and a daily schedule of events.
Please join us in
SHEBOYGAN COUNTY ROTARY CLUBS
 
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