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October, 2011 issue of The Kohler Villager
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Volume 7, Number3
OCTOBER, 2011
Thirty-seven years of KPALBingo comes to an end
The August 30, 2011 Bingo nitehosted by the Kohler Police Ath-letic League (KPAL) ended a 37-year tradition in Kohler, asdeclining attendance led KPAL
tomake the tough decision to discon-tinue the event.Held on the fourth Sunday of the month from March throughNovember, “Bingo Nite” began in1974 when Wes Prange felt theKPAL needed to raise additionalfunds for youth activities in theVillage of Kohler. Originally,Bingo was held in the “Tap Room”of the American Club, and thenmoved to the Kohler Firehouse,where the event has been held forthe past 30 or more years.In the beginning, Bingo cost $3per game. Most recently, it wasstill a great value at $10 for regularbingo and $5 for the early birdgame.Over the years, KPAL membersenjoyed the camaraderie at “BingoNite” and got to know many of theattendees who came from through-out Sheboygan County. The firstBingo coordinator or “Czar” wasHenry Fricke; then came MarvinVerhelst, who took over for manyyears; followed by Gary Wight-man, Jeff Simon, and finally CamLitt. The funds raised from Bingohave helped pay for the two annual$1,000 scholarships given to amale and female Kohler HighSchool graduate each year. In ad-dition, proceeds helped pay forBoy Scouts and Girl Scouts activ-ities, and recreation activities likebaseball, soccer, and basketball, toname a few.“As we all know, good thingsmust come to an end,” said CamLitt. “Due to continued decline inattendance the last few years, itwas decided to no longer doBingo. It was a tough decision forthe organization, but one that hadto be made since we can now useour efforts in other areas that willhelp generate additional funds foryouth activities. The KPAL organ-ization would like to thank allKohler residents and the greaterSheboygan area community thatsupported bingo in the past.”Some of the long-time playersexpressed their sadness that the 37-year tradition was ending, statingthat it was one of the few activitiesthat gave the elderly a chance toget out of the house. “Everythingis being taken away from the eld-erly,” said Sheboygan Falls resi-dent Bertha Cook, 98, who hasattended the KPAL
Bingo night for25 years. “There isn’t much for theelderly to do but sit at home.”While some churches in theCity of Sheboygan and around thecounty have also discontinuedtheir Bingo, avid players still havesome options. The following is alist of churches and organizationsthat still hold Bingo events:Blessed Trinity Parish, 327 Gid-dings Avenue, Sheboygan Falls,Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.Zion Church, 1125 N 6th St,Sheboygan, Thursdays from1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.Senior Activity Center, 428 Wis-consin Ave., Sheboygan, Thurs-days at 6:00 p.m.St Cyril & Methodius Parish,822 New Jersey Ave, Sheboy-gan, Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.(sponsored by Sheboygan Ath-letic Club).Meadow View Manor, 3613South 13th Street, Sheboygan,Sundays from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30p.m. (this event is free withdimes, nickels, quarters asprizes).Generations, 1500 DouglasDrive, Plymouth, Tuesdays at6:30 p.m.
After sharing that she hadn’t won more than one or two KPAL Bingo games in the 25 years she has been attending, Bertha Cook, 98, of Sheboygan Falls wins one at the final KPAL Bingo game that ended a 37-year tradition.
Sports Core lobby, tennis courts getting makeover 
If you’ve been to the SportsCore in Kohler recently, you’venoticed major construction takingplace. The lobby and tennis courtsare undergoing some exciting ren-ovations that are expected to becompleted around December 16,2011. The annual anniversary partythat normally takes place in Sep-tember was postponed until afterthe renovations are complete, andwill be combined with an openhouse celebration.Plans include a new receptiondesk located closer to the entrance,which will also free up more spacefor viewing the tennis courts. Anew stairway will feature muchbrighter lighting and an artistic fab-ric centerpiece. New flooring in thelobby area will be a combination of wood grain vinyl plank, carpet andwalk off mats near the entrance formessy weather.In the tennis viewing area,chairs will be reupholstered alongwith tennis benches adjacent to thecourts. New café tables and caféstools will be added for viewingwhile enjoying a favorite snack orbeverage from Take 5 Café. Com-fortable seating areas with flatscreen televisions will be locatedon the north and south end of thelobby with additional accent light-ing for reading.All six tennis courts will beresurfaced to match the outdoorcourts. State-of-the-art lighting,heating and ceiling insulation willmake the court area more efficientand brighter for players. The ceil-ing over the courts will extend overthe viewing area, allowing specta-tors a more open and enhancedview of court play.
Artist’s rendering depicting new Sports Core lobby as seen from entrance.
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Kohler School Foundation’sFall Follies is great fun! Theevening includes silent and liveauctions as well as dinner anddancing. The auction is a commu-nity-wide effort and a great way tosupport and get involved with theschool. Fall Follies is scheduledfor Saturday, October 15, 2011, inthe Main Stage tent centrally lo-cated at The Shops at Woodlake.Since 2007, the event hashelped to raise over $150,000 thathas directly supported the KohlerSchool Foundation’s Annual Fundand Student Scholarships. The An-nual Fund provides for items nototherwise funded by the schoolbudget. To date funding has pro-vided many technology related en-hancements including theconstruction of the Distance Learn-ing Center, overhead projectionunits for each classroom, and amobile laptop lab. Last year, theAnnual Fund reached beyond tech-nology and into the intangible as-pects of developing the studentthrough Challenge Day, a programthat focused on developing anawareness of the social challengesof the Middle School and HighSchool. Together with the KohlerSchool Friends PTO, the KohlerSchool Foundation also supportedthe Kind Matters campaignthroughout the school and into thecommunity.This year’s entertainment willbe an ensemble student perform-ance of Carrie Underwood’s“There’s a Place for Us,” theKohler High School Drum Line isto make an appearance, followedby a lively auction hosted byemcee’s David Kohler, Superinten-dent Marty Lexmond and auction-eer extraordinare Daven Claerbout.There will be a scrumptious Tail-gate Buffet and Dancing to follow.Special items that will be on theauction block this year are clubseating for the Super Bowl Cham-pion Green Bay Packers, a Sum-mer Jeep or convertible rental, aromantic Door County bed andbreakfast weekend and much,much more.“Fall Follies is truly about thestrength in numbers, when talentedvolunteers, engaged faculty, gener-ous community and business lead-ers and enthusiastic parents andalumni come together for the bet-terment of our school and the ben-efit of our children. There is no endto what we, together, can accom-plish.” said Kohler School Founda-tion President Nina Kohler. “I amso proud of our school and believethis year’s event is a wonderful op-portunity to support all of the greatinitiatives on the horizon.”Invitations are in the mail (ex-tras for pickup are found in theDistrict Office). New this year isthe option to place table reserva-tions, purchase tickets, and evenmake a donation to the Foundationonline at www.kohlerschoolfoun-dation.org. Rally friends, meetnew ones. Come show your schoolspirit. Mark your calendars, book your babysitter and come togetherfor a “fun”raiser to benefit the stu-dents and faculty of KohlerSchools.
Annual Fall Folliescoming up Saturday,October 15
Kohler GraduateSigns ProfessionalBallet Contract
Angela Lisa Fiorini, a junior atthe College Conservatory of Musicat the University of Cincinnati, isdancing with the Dance Theatre of Tennessee, of Nashville TN. Sherecently performed at the Shake-speare in the Park, and will be per-forming in Swan Lake Act 2 andBrahms Trio in the company sea-son premier. Angela will be tour-ing with DTT’s Nutcracker, as wellas performing in their Latin Heat-Aspects of Love 2 and Coppelialater this year.
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HAWAIIAN PIZZA 
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Canadian bacon, pineapple rings, red pepper,teriyaki and BBQ sauces.
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Kohler senior namedsemifinalists in the 2012National Merit ScholarshipProgram
Melyssa Louwagie, daughterof Cheryl and Randal Louwagieof Kohler has been named a 2012National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. On September 14, 2011officials of the National MeritScholarship Corporation an-nounced the names of approxi-mately 16,000 Semifinalists in the57th annual National Merit Schol-arship Program. These academi-cally talented high school seniorscontinue to compete for 8,300 Na-tional Merit Scholarships worthmore than $34 million. Thesescholarships will be offered nextspring. Semifinalists must fulfillseveral requirements in order toadvance to the Finalist level.About 90 percent of the Semifi-nalists are expected to attain Fi-nalist standing. More than half of the Finalists will receive a Na-tional Merit Scholarship; thus,earning the title of Merit Scholar.The National Merit Scholar-ship Corporation (NMSC) is anot-for-profit organization that op-erates without government assis-tance and was established in 1955specifically to conduct the annualNational Merit Scholarship Pro-gram. Scholarships are underwrit-ten by NMSC with its own funds.Approximately 440 business or-ganizations and higher educationinstitutions share NMSC’s goalsof honoring the nation’s scholasticchampions and encouraging thepursuit of academic excellence.More that 1.5 million juniors inover 22, 000 high schools enteredthe 2012 National Merit Programby taking the 2010 PreliminarySAT/National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
2nd Annual
Presenting nine acclaimed authors and illustrators including:
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Sheboygan Children’sBook Festival
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Jerry Pinkney -Caldecott Medal winner
Candace Fleming
Henry Cole
Tom Lichtenheld
Liz Garton Scanlon
Francisco X. Mora
Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Stacey Williams-NgReadings, workshops, demonstrations, book signings, andmore at Mead Public Library, John Michael Kohler ArtsCenter, and Bookworm Gardens.FREE fun for kids, teens, families and book lovers of all ages!Friday, October 144:00 p.m.Saturday, October 1510:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.Sunday, October 1611:00 a.m. –5:00 p.m.
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Call Mead Public Library at 920-459-3400, ext 3404
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October 20-23, 2011
 
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The national wide pool of Semifi-nalists, which represents less thanone percent of U.S. high schoolseniors, includes the highest scor-ing entrants in each state. Thenumber of Semifinalists in a stateis proportional to the state’s per-centage of the national total of graduating seniors.To become a Finalist, a Semifi-nalist must have an outstanding ac-ademic record throughout highschool, be endorsed and recom-mended by the high school princi-pal, and earn SAT scores thatconfirm the student’s earlier per-formance on the qualifying PSAT.The Semifinalist and a high schoolofficial must submit a detailedscholarship application, which in-cludes the student’s self-descrip-tive essay and information aboutthe Semifinalist’s participation andleadership in school and commu-nity activities.Approximately 16, 000 Semifi-nalists are expected to advance tothe Finalist level and will be noti-fied in February. All NationalMerit Scholarship winners will beselected from this Finalist group.Merit Scholar designees are se-lected on the basis of their skills,accomplishments, and potentialfor success in rigorous collegestudies, without regard to gender,race, ethnic origin, or religiouspreference.Congratulations Melyssa onthis outstanding achievement andbest of luck in the competitionahead.
The KohlerVillagerdeadlineisalways the 20thof the monthprior to the nextmonth’s issue!
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