Published Twice Monthly In Kohler, WI 53044

219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Postal Customer
Volume 7, Number 22
JULY 1, 2013
Rich Balge, President of the
Kohler Civic Club, is pleased to
announce that the 2013 Village of
Kohler Directories have been de-
livered to the homes and busi-
nesses in the Village of Kohler.
Annually, the Kohler Civic Club
members sponsor this activity for
the benefit of the Kohler residents
and businesses. Special thanks are
extended to Photographer Sydney
Yang, Boneck Printing Company,
Kohler Village Clerks Laurie Lin-
dow and Cindi Gamb, the many
advertisers, and those who assisted
with the distribution of the directo-
ries. Listed below are the names of
those who helped distribute the di-
Kohler Village Board Members:
Tom Schnettler, President, and
members, Brett Edgerle, Sue
Jaberg, Chuck Keller, Bill Kunst,
and John Pethan; Kohler Village
Employee: Bruce Neerhof; Kohler
Civic Club Members John Egan,
Jim O’Donnell, Art Perry, Tom
Schroeder, and Mary Struck;
Kohler Residents Isabel O’Don-
nell, Karen Egan, Kathy Kunst,
and Joanie Schnettler.
The Kohler Civic Club apolo-
gizes for any errors in the transfer-
ring of telephone numbers,
addresses, etc. Anyone who was
inadvertently overlooked in the
distribution of the directories, or
would like an extra one, may stop
by the Village Hall Clerk’s Office.
Laurie Lindow and/or Cindy
Gamb will be more than pleased to
respond to your request.
Have you received
your Village phone
Village Board approves
fire station facelift,
new ladder truck
Remodeling of the Kohler fire sta-
tion and the purchase of a new lad-
der truck received final approval
from the Village of Kohler Board
of Trustees at their June meeting.
The existing 1978 model 75-foot
ladder truck will be replaced by a
new 100-foot aerial platform lad-
der truck from Pierce Manufactur-
ing for a price of $950,000. “The
old truck is almost 35 years old
and has given the fire department
much trouble and expense trying to
keep it running,” said Mike Lind-
strom, Chief of the Kohler Fire De-
partment. “Replacement parts have
become almost impossible to get.”
Aerial platform ladders are safer
for firefighters and victims need-
ing rescue from upper stories. And
while Kohler doesn’t have 10-
story buildings requiring a 100 ft.
ladder, the extra 25 feet in length
on the new ladder allows firefight-
ers to park further away from a
burning building. The cab portion
of the truck will also have up-to-
date safety features.
To accommodate the larger
truck, a bay will be added to the
south side of the current fire station
building and improvements will be
made to increase the size of the
training room, chief’s office, and
bathroom to accommodate the Vil-
lage for the next 25 or more years.
The price of the addition to the sta-
tion is approximately $825,000.
Most of the construction will be
performed by Cardinal Construc-
tion of Fond du Lac. Kleeman Me-
chanical of Sheboygan will
provide heating, ventilation, and
air conditioning work. Electrical
work will be done by Specht Elec-
tric of Sheboygan, and 5-Star Me-
chanical of Appleton will do
plumbing work.
See race results at and photos at
Kohler Classic
draws all ages
JULY 1, 2013
Willis earns fourth straight 1st
Team recognition
During the recent Golf Coaches
Association of Wisconsin (GCAW)
Summer Clinic, the GCAW Board
of Directors and All-State Commit-
tees met to select the spring 2013
All State Boy’s Teams. In addition
they, review the qualifications and
entries for girl’s who play during
the boy’s season and retro-actively
add them to fall 2012 All State
Girl’s Teams if they warrant inclu-
sion. This year, Logan Willis,
daughter of Karla and coach Dirk
Willis, was placed on the 1st Team
list for the fourth straight year,
earning all-state recognition (2010-
HM, 2011-3rd team, 2012-2nd
team, 2013-1st team).
Players receive Academic
All-State honors
The GCAW also announced that
Andrew Bryce, Jess Dyksterhouse,
Derek Egbert, and Logan Willis as
Academic All-State honorees for
the boys’ golf season that just con-
cluded. Students are nominated by
GCAW member coaches if they
meet the following criteria: 1) A cu-
mulative grade point average of at
least 3.25, 2) participation in at
least 75% of their team’s varsity
matches, and 3) are at least a soph-
omore in high school.
Team earns Team Academic
All-State recognition
The entire Kohler boys golf team
consisting of Andrew Bryce, Jess
Dyksterhouse, Derek Egbert, Nick
Scheppmann, and Logan Willis re-
ceived an honorable mention for
the Team Academic All-State
award for compiling a cumulative
high school GPA of 3.566.
Kohler high school golfers
receive awards and recognition
Kohler natives finish in top
five in state’s amateur
womens golf open
Each year the Wiscon-
sin PGA conducts three of
the major golf events in
the state: the Wisconsin
State Open Series, the
Wisconsin State Senior
Open, and the Wisconsin
State Women’s Open.
The Women’s Open fea-
tures the best female
golfers in the state on year
by year basis.
This year, Kohler na-
Jenna Peters
Logan Willis
For the past eight years in their
home country of Mexico, the Es-
parza family of five had been liv-
ing in a one-and-a-half room
structure made from discarded
cardboard and plywood, with no
running water or electricity. Dur-
ing that time, the family saved
money from the father’s modest
income until they could purchase a
plot of land. Thanks to an organi-
zation called Esparanza Interna-
tional, and with the help of David
and Nina Kohler and their chil-
dren, a 700 square foot two-bed-
room home with a bathroom and
combination kitchen/dining room/
living room area now stands on the
family’s little plot of land.
David and Nina, along with their
children Sam, Jack, and Tait,
helped build, stucco, and paint the
walls. They also helped plant a
garden on the property. “It’s the
first time the family will have a
bathroom with a shower, separate
room for the children, and a roof
without leaks. It helps put the life
we all live in perspective,” said
Nina Kohler.
Though the Esparza family
lacked many basic necessities that
the average American takes for
granted, one thing they have never
lacked is a strong work ethic. They
worked for months making the
bricks that were used to build the
home, and then all five of them
participated in the home’s con-
The Esparanza International
group also refurbished the commu-
nity’s school playground, and the
dedication concluded with a fun
soccer match between the kids.
Esparanza International (esper- provides cross-cul-
tural service experiences that
engage volunteers in working
alongside marginalized families.
Left from top: Esparza Family, Kohler family, Nina
and David Kohler planting garden in front of home
under construction, Sam, David and Jack building
and stuccoing a wall, Tait painting, soccer field
dedication with the local children.
tives Jenna Peters finished
4th and Logan Willis fin-
ished fifth behind Lisbeth
Brooks of Waunakee at
#1, Alyssa Elliott of Madi-
son at #2, and Jessie Gerry
of Merrimac at #3.
Jenna fished her sopho-
more year this year at But-
ler University, and Logan
Willis graduated from
Kohler High School.
“Worth every blister”
Two families of five from Kohler and Mexico build home together
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Majestic Lake Michigan views •
10 minutes north of Whistling Straits Golf Course •
Level site w/some mature trees •
Secluded and private, but still close to activities •
Easy access to I-43 •
Soil borings and survey on file •
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1089-3B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
Great room with fireplace open to kitchen & dining •
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2 Bedrooms, 3 Baths •
Master suite with his/hers closets •
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#3791 $200,000
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Close to all city amenities, wonderful country feel •
#3790 $539,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
826 Briarwood Ct, Kohler
Gorgeous lot – flowers, shrubs, stone walk & patio •
Over 3,200 sq. ft., plus 1,200 sq. ft. in lower level •
Main Floor Formal living & dining rooms, family room, •
full bath & 4
Open loft on upper, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, bonus •
Beautiful wood floors, woodwork and crown moldings •
Lower level rec room w/kitchenette, full bath & more •
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4805 Dennwood Dr., Sheboygan
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720 Highland Terr., Sheboygan
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755 Woodland Rd., Kohler
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Formal dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths •
Family room with 2 sided gas fireplace •
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535 Audubon Rd, Kohler
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Basement family room •
Numerous updates including roof •
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412 Summit Rd, Kohler
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Kohler fifth grader
wins USTA U-10 state
tennis tournament,
advances to regionals
Ruben Mesalles, a fifth
grader at Kohler Schools, won
the U-10 division of the United
States Tennis Association Wis-
consin Sectional State Tourna-
ment held in Mequon June 7-8.
He will advance to play at the
Regionals in Indianapolis, Indi-
ana in July
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JULY 1, 2013
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:09 p.m. in the District Office Conference
Room. Roll Call was taken by Laura Kohler.
The following board members were present:
Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly, Laura Kohler, Matt
Kautzer and John Suralik.
Statement of Public Notice
May 9, 2013
Approval of Agenda
Laura Kohler moved to approve the agenda.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes.
Board President’s Report
No report.
Superintendent’s Report
Quynh served desserts at the Kohler Fire De-
partment Brat Fry and was also a guest con-
ductor at the spring band concert.
The evacuation drill was very successful. All
students were present and accounted for by
their teachers.
It’s been a positive year full of trust-building
and change.
Certificates of Honor
The following middle school students received
Certificates of Honor for the 3
Quarter: Carter
Hunsucker (English 7), Joe Clary-Bugbee
(English 7), Cecelia Zielke (English 6), Allison
Pieper (English 8), Allison Boerner (English 8,
Choir, & Instrumental Music), Allison Lindow
(English 8), Ian Creek (English 8), Samson
Hou-seye (Spanish 7), Emily Balint (Social
Studies 7), Kasey Lacerda (Social Studies 7),
Grace Madigan (Social Studies 8), Emma
Hapeman (Social Studies 8 & Choir), Grace
Fenrich (Spanish 8), Emily Tipton (Spanish 7),
Olivia DePagter (Life Science 7), Catherine
Sutherland (Earth Science 8), Riland Hidri
(Choir), Kaelin Sbrocco (Choir & Instrumental
Music), Ryah Gutschow (Choir), Jacob Pel-
lowski (Choir), James Conklin (Choir), Jack
Kral (Choir), Brady Stefanczyk (Choir), Clara
Montes (Instrumental Music).
The following high school students received
Certificates of Honor for the 3
Quarter: Adri-
enne Ahlborg (English 10), Katie Anderson
(Economics), Allie Bryce (Intro to Chemistry
and Physics), Hannah Cantrell (Choir), Philip
Case (Chemistry), Abby Cieszynski (Intro to
Chemistry and Physics), Chloi Ducharme
(Choir), Julia Frederick (Chemistry), Brett
Friske (English 9), Cody Gartman (English
11), Courtney Gmach (Chemistry), Lindsey
Griswold (Choir), Andrew Grose (Instrumental
Music), Brittany Harrington (Chemistry), Izzy
Heins (Intro to Chemistry and Physics), Con-
nor Hogan (Physics), Josh Hornberger (Eco-
nomics), Kaleigh Kraft (Accounting), Abby Lee
(Physics), Hunter Lewinski (Intro to Chemistry
& Physics and Instrumental Music), Sam
Maass (Intro to Chemistry & Physics and In-
strumental Music), Zach Neil (Chemistry and
Economics), Kitty O’Neill (AP Lit & Composi-
tion), Jamie Pagelow (Intro to Chemistry &
Physics), Jacob Porter (Choir), David Shapiro
(Chemistry), Lauren Splivalo (Choir), Calvin
Stefanczyk (Choir and Chemistry), John Ten-
gowski (Instrumental Music), Jordan Toeller
(Choir), Nate Tures (Business Law), Tyler Tut-
tle (Intro to Chemistry & Physics), Jonathan
Watson (Instrumental Music), Logan Wright
(Choir), and Richard Zi (Chemistry).
Assistant Childcare Teacher
Jill Lewinski present the following student s
with certificates: Julia Frederick, Courtney
Gmach, and Karianna Heins.
Review of District Finances
Quynh noted there has been a wonderful
showing of applications for open enrollment.
The administration is currently processing the
John Suralik noted that the school district re-
ceived TIF monies from Sheboygan County in
the amount of $150,000.
Consent Agenda
Approval of April 29, 2013 Regular Board
Approval of Invoices
Laura Kohler moved to approve the consent
agenda. Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Election of School Board Officers
Laura nominated Marlene Yang for president.
Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Marlene
Yang is the president.
Marlene Yang nominated Diane Kelly for vice-
president. Laura Kohler seconded. All ayes.
Diane Kelly is the vice-president.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes – May 13, 2013
John Suralik nominated Matt Kautzer for treas-
urer. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Matt
Kautzer is the treasurer.
Diane Kelly nominated Laura Kohler for clerk.
Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Laura
Kohler is the clerk.
Set Monthly Meeting Date
Laura Kohler moved to set the monthly meet-
ing date as the second Monday of the month.
Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Motion car-
Designation of Depository
John moved to approve Associated Bank,
Sheboygan Branch as the School District of
Kohler depository. Diane Kelly seconded. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of Newspaper
Diane Kelly moved to approve the Sheboygan
Press as the School District of Kohler official
newspaper designee. Laura Kohler seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of Kohler Times
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the Kohler
Times as the newspaper for the publication of
Board meeting minutes. John Suralik sec-
onded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of Legal Advisor
John Suralik moved to approve Jim Korom
from von Briesen & Roper, s.c. as the School
District of Kohler legal advisor. Matt Kautzer
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Announcement of School Board Terms
The President announced the following:
Laura Kohler, term beginning in the year 2011
and ending in the year 2014
John Suralik, term beginning in the year 2012
and ending in the year 2015
Diane Kelly, term beginning in the year 2013
and ending in the year 2015
Matt Kautzer, term beginning in the year 2013
and ending in the year 2016
Marlene Yang, term beginning in the year
2013 and ending in the year 2016
Suspend policy 2210 Curriculum Develop-
ment & policy 2220 Adoption of Courses of
Study and corresponding guidelines for a
term of one year
Laura Kohler moved to suspend policy 2210
and policy 2220 and corresponding adminis-
trative guidelines for the 2013-2014 school
year and waive the second reading. John
Suralik seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve Policy 5772 Weapons
The Kohler School district will not allow stu-
dents to have cased, unloaded firearms in a
locked vehicle driven or parked in any part of
the school grounds used a parking facility, and
ammunition for such firearms. Matt Kautzer
moved to approve policy revision 5772 and
waive the second reading. Diane Kelly sec-
onded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Hire volleyball and women’s tennis
coaches for the 2013-2014 season
John Suralik moved to hire the volleyball and
women’s tennis coaches for the 2013-2014
season. Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Approval of teacher contracts for the 2013-
2014 school year
John Suralik moved to approve the teacher
contracts for the 2013-2014 school year.
Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion car-
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. Diane Kelly
seconded. Meeting adjourned at 7:55 pm.
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:09 p.m. in the District Office Conference
Room. Roll Call was taken by Laura Kohler.
The following board members were present:
Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly, Laura Kohler, Matt
Kautzer and John Suralik.
Statement of Public Notice
March 8, 2013
Approval of Agenda
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the agenda.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
Board President’s Report
Marlene thanked everyone who was involved
in the school EXPO and for their hard work. It
was a wonderful experience.
Superintendent’s Report
Quynh also thanked everyone involved with •
the EXPO.
Judy Sargent will be spending time with the •
staff to look at the scope of education. She
will be here April 10, 2013.
The Philadanco African-American dancers per- •
formed for the students on February 19 and
the New Shanghai Circus entertained the stu-
dents and staff on March 8, 2013.
Nearly one hundred high school students are •
going to New York at the end of the month.
Sixty high school students will be going to •
Maywood and JMKAC on March 20.
The ipads are used daily, mostly in 4
grade •
class. The students are following the Iditarod.
National Merit Finalist Recognition
Quynh recognized two young men as National
Merit finalists. This achievement is a culmina-
tion of the students’ PSAT scores, SAT scores,
personal statements and endorsements by the
schools. James Misfeldt and Greg Suralik were
recognized for this outstanding achievement.
Review of District Finances
This year’s budget continues to be on track.
Quynh and the administrative team is starting
to put numbers together for next year’s
Consent Agenda
February Minutes
Reports of the Finance Committee
Discussion of capital improvement projects •
Discussion of Ebben Field Phase II •
Review and discuss budget •
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
Discussion of Ebben Field Phase II •
Discussion of school climate and culture •
Discussion of board policies •
Discussion of 2013-2014 school calendar •
Laura Kohler moved to approve the consent
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Con-
sent agenda approved.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Adopt revised board policies 2414, 3131,
3140, 3340, 4131 and 4340
Matt Kautzer moved to adopt the revised poli-
cies 2414, 3131, 3140, 3340, 4131 and 4340
and waive the second reading. John Suralik
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
Adopt board policy 5630.01-Use of Re-
straint and Seclusion
John Suralik moved to adopt board policy
5630.01. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Adopt revised board policy 6520–Payroll
Matt Kautzer moved to adopt revised board
policy 6520 effective July 1, 2013 and waive
the second reading. John Suralik seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve 5 year old kindergarten, Karen Bit-
tner’s request for maternity leave
Laura Kohler moved to approve Karen Bit-
tner’s request for maternity leave. Matt
Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Accept the letter of retirement from 4/5
grade teacher, Carolyn Eickholt
Quynh expressed her gratitude to Carolyn for
her years of service. Carolyn will be missed
as she enters into a new phase of her life.
John Suralik moved to accept the letter of re-
tirement from 4/5 grade teacher, Carolyn Eick-
holt. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. John Suralik
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. The meet-
ing adjourned at 7:35 pm.
Important Dates
April 15, 2013–Regular Board Meeting @
7:00 pm
Please fill out and return this census form even if you do not have children.
This form is to obtain information for our census. Please complete the questions with reference to all per-
sons in you household, from birth to 21 years inclusive, married or single.
If you do not have any children, write “none” in column 1.
Please complete this form regardless of whether your children are in public, private or not currently en-
rolled in any school at the present. The form may be brought to the High School office or mailed. If you
have any questions, please call 803-7200.
CHILD FIND – Subchapter IV of Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes mandates that school district personnel are aware of all children between the ages of
birth and 20 who have or are suspected of having physical or orthopedic disability, cognitive disability, or other developmental disabilities such as hearing
impairment, visual disability, speech or language disability, emotional disturbance, learning disability, autism, traumatic brain injury or any combination
of conditions which may result in the need for exceptional educational services to supplement or replace regular education. If such a condition exists with
any of your children, please list in the column that deals with the disabled.
Providing this information will assist in appropriate referrals to meet your needs.
Under school attended, please write the name of the school and check public or non-public.
Please return the bottom portion to the High School office by
August 2, 2013.
Kohler School District, 333 Upper Road.
I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct.
Last name Father Mother
Address Phone Date
Child’s Name Boy/ Birth Date Handicap School & Grade
(Birth to 21) Girl Mo/Day/Yr (If any) Attending
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Brett Edgerle
Charles Keller
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian Post
Sue Jaberg
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini
Aquatics Director
Jen Vallo
Erin Coppersmith
of July Sousa Concert
Celebrate Independence Day with a
Sousa Concert at Ravine Park begin-
ning at 8:00p.m, fireworks to follow
concert. Come out and enjoy this fan-
tastic community event. In case of
rain, the concert will be held in the
Memorial Theater.
Village Meetings Scheduled
for July
7/1 Property Committee 4:30 pm
7/1 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
7/3 Library Noon (at library)
7/8 Village Board 5:30 pm
7/22 Recreation
Committee 4:30 pm
7/25 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Vil-
lage Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless
otherwise indicated.
From Clerk/
Laurie Lindow
Open Book and Board of
The Village Assessor will be holding
an Open Book session at the Village
Hall on Tuesday, August 20th. To
schedule an appointment with the as-
sessor, please call Associated Ap-
praisal at 1-800-721-4157. Open
Book is an opportunity for property
owners to meet with the assessor and
examine the records for their property
and discuss how the assessment was
made. Time spent discussing your as-
sessment with the assessor may elim-
inate the need for a formal appeal to
the Board of Review. At open book,
the assessor is allowed to make any
changes that are necessary to perfect
the assessment roll.
The Village of Kohler Board of Re-
view will meet Monday, August 26th
beginning at 5:00 p.m. Property own-
ers that want to appear before the
Board of Review to appeal their as-
sessment must provide the clerk-trea-
surer with written or oral notice of
their intent to file an objection at least
48 hours before the meeting of the
Board. Also, a written and signed
Form of Objection to Property As-
sessment must be filled out and filed
with the clerk within the first 2 hours
of the Board’s first scheduled meet-
Installment Real Estate Tax
If you didn’t pay your real estate
taxes in full, the second installment
of your tax bill is due July 31, 2013.
Payments can be made in person at
the Sheboygan County Treasurer’s
Office, 508 New York Avenue, She-
boygan. If paying by mail, the pay-
ment must be post marked on or
before July 31, 2013, checks or
money orders only, payable to the
Sheboygan County Treasurer, 508
New York Avenue, Sheboygan, WI
53081. Second installment payments
cannot be accepted at the Village of
Kohler Clerk-Treasurer’s Office. If
you have any questions regarding
payment of property taxes, please call
the Sheboygan County Treasurer’s
Office at 920-459-3015.
Office Hours
The Village Offices will be closed on
Thursday, July 4. Regular office
hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30 am
– 4:00 pm.
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
New Part-time Officer
The Kohler Police Department is par-
ticipating in a new partnership with
the Lakeshore Technical College by
hiring Natalie Van Dyke as a part-
time officer for the department. The
hire is through a work experience
program where the cost of the hiring
and training are incorporated into a
program to encourage departments to
hire new graduates so they can gain
experience. Natalie graduated from
LTC in May and was hired June 10
Natalie was a LTC intern for the KPD
last year and did a great job. Natalie
is also a graduate of Kohler High
School. You will probably see Natalie
being trained over the summer and at
the Village’s special events.
Bike Safety Day
On June 8, 2013 the Kohler Police
Department held a bike safety day in
the parking lot adjacent to the Village
Hall buildings. We had
approximately 70 attendees with
some really nice weather. Officer
Matthew Hocevar and Administrative
Assistant Jodie Kuklinski did a good
job in preparing for the event this
year. Harley from Wolf’s Cycle was
present and did a safety inspection on
each bicycle. Each attendee received
a new bicycle helmet and a bike ac-
cessory along with a beverage and a
bag of chips. The bicycle helmets
were provided at a discount and fitted
by Aurora Memorial Medical Center.
The chips were donated by Frito Lay
of Oostburg and the soda was do-
nated by Lakeside Pepsi out of She-
boygan Falls. We all look forward to
doing it again next year. Pictures of
the event are posted on the Kohler
Police Department website at
Parking Issues
This is just a reminder that the Vil-
lage has restrictions on parking of
trailers, campers and RV’s on any
Village street for longer than a 24-
hour period. If an owner of an RV
needs longer than that for preparation
for a trip, contact the police depart-
ment. The ordinance (11.20.030) was
enacted to limit the amount of boats
and other types of trailers on the
streets for several reasons, including
From Public Works
Bruce Neerhof
Water Usage for Sprinklers
The Village does not have separate
meters to hook up to for running
sprinklers. From June 15 to Septem-
ber 15, water use above your first
quarter usage will not be charged
sewer rates.
Noxious Weeds/Grass Length
According to Village Ordinance 8.24,
it is the duty of every homeowner to
destroy all noxious weeds on their
property before they go to seed. Ex-
amples of noxious weeds are Cana-
dian thistle, English charlock, wild
mustard, creeping jenny, goatsbeard
and cotton-bearing trees.
Also, grass that exceeds (9) nine
inches in height is in violation of this
ordinance. The Village gives three
days notice to the homeowner to
mow their grass. Otherwise, the Vil-
lage will do it at the expense of the
Garage Sale Signs
One temporary “garage sale” or “for
sale” sign shall be permitted on each
lot or parcel. Signs located on public
property will be removed by the Pub-
lic Works or Police Department.
Fire Hydrant Flushing and Water
Valve Exercising
During the month of July, the Village
Public Works Department will be ex-
ercising water valves. The Depart-
ment will also be performing
maintenance on fire hydrants and
flushing the mains. The work will be
performed Monday through Thurs-
day. Residents should be aware that
there will be periods of cloudy and
discolored water as sediment and
mineral deposits in the water mains
are disturbed.
From Recreation
Director Doug
Youth Bus Trips
Brewers Game: Thursday, July 25,
11:00 am – 5:30 pm, Fee $35.
Join the Recreation Department for
some exciting major league action as
the Milwaukee Brewers take on the
San Diego Padres at Miller Park on
Thursday, July 25 at 1:10 pm. Price
includes: transportation and Loge In-
field Box game ticket.
Tundra Bay Water Park: Friday, Au-
gust 2, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, Fee $35.
Explore the 30,000 square feet of
water slides and tunnels of the in-
door/outdoor Tundra Lodge Water
Park in Green Bay. Climb your way
through multiple levels of fun at
Moosejaw Mountain or travel more
than 500 feet of whirling fun on the
Polar Plunge water slides. Price in-
cludes: transportation, park pass and
lunch combo meal.
Bay Beach: Friday, August 16, 9:00
am – 3:00 pm, Fee $35
Join us for a day at Bay Beach! A
roller coaster, bumper cars and tilt a
whirl. What more do you need for a
fun filled day with friends? Partici-
pants may bring a bag lunch or pur-
chase one on their own. Price
includes: transportation and $25 in
ride tickets.
Youth Trips are supervised by Recre-
ation Department Staff. Grades 3-8
may participate without a parent pres-
ent. You can register online at or at Vil-
lage Hall.
Summer Camps
Adventure Camp: July 8-12, 1-3:00
pm, Fee $45, Boys/Girls in grades 1-
Camp Y-Koda is in Kohler for a week
of outdoor adventures. Enjoy kayak-
ing and canoeing, geocaching, fish-
ing, learn basic survival skills, and
you may even get to touch a snake!
Playground Games: July 15-19, 1-
3:00 pm, Fee $25, Boys/Girls in
grades 1-6.
Mrs. Cole is back for the summer
with all of your favorite gym class
games. Get ready for some fitness
and fun as you play games of kick
ball, buddy ball, steal the chicken and
Flag Football: July 22-26, 1-3:00 pm,
Fee $25, Boys/Girls in grades 1-6.
Players benefit by being physically
active through non-contact play while
learning the fundamentals of football,
lessons in teamwork and sportsman-
“CRUSH” Dance Camp: July 29-Au-
gust 2, 1-3:00 pm, Fee $45,
Boys/Girls in grades 3-6.
“CRUSH” Dance Coach Jessica
Cooper will teach you the latest jazz
& hip-hop dance moves. Instruction
will focus on development of rhythm,
motor skills & technique. This camp
is all about having fun and feeling
great! The camp ends with a dance
program for the parents.
Princess Camp: July 29-August 2, 1-
3:00 pm, Fee $25, Boys/Girls in
grades JK-2.
Princess Camp is perfect for the
“Princess” in your family. If you have
a child that loves music, art & crafts,
storytime and making new friends,
then this is the camp for them!
Summer Camp registration is avail-
able online at www.kohlerrecre- or at Village Hall.
From Aquatics
Director Jen Vallo
Pool Hours
Kohler pool summer hours are 1:30-
7:00 pm. The pool will be closing at
5:00 pm on July 4
Fee: non-residents accompanied by a
resident $2; unaccompanied $5.
Masters Adult Swim Class
Tuesday 6-7:00 pm, fee: $1/session-
resident or $3 non-resident.
A group swim workout for the begin-
ner through the experienced swim-
mer. Focus will be on proper stroke
technique. A fun way to get the laps
in. No pre-registration is needed for
this session.
Water in Motion
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 7-8:00
am, fee: $1/session-resident or $3
Continuous movement in the shallow
end consisting of aerobic routines,
stretching and toning. Instructors will
use a variety of equipment to
strengthen your whole body. Swim
skills are not needed for this class.
No pre-registration is needed for this
Swim Lessons
Session 2 swim lessons begin July 8,
registration for this session begins on
July 1. Fee: $25-resident, $40 non-
resident. You can register online at or at Vil-
lage Hall.
2013 Village Directory
The 2013 Village Directories are
being distributed. If you did not re-
ceive one or you need additional
copies, stop in Village Hall to pick
one up.
Actions taken by the Village Board
during their May 13 meeting:
Approved Special Use Permit to •
Wisconsin Froyo LLC for a
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt store, lo-
cated in Deer Trace.
Approved building permit for pro- •
posed signage plan and interior re-
modeling for Menchie’s Frozen
Yogurt store.
Awarded bid to Cardinal Construc- •
tion for Fire Department building
addition, total $750,707.
Approved building permit for Fire •
Department building addition.
Accepted quote for theater stage rig- •
ging repair from Acme Production
Resources for $29,750.
Approved purchase of antenna for •
water meter reading handheld
units at a cost of $2,950.
Accepted quote for baseball fence •
repairs from American Fence
Company, cost $4,385.
Approved operator’s license for Vic- •
toria Howard and denied issuance
of operator’s licenses for applicant
license no. 2013-28 and revoked
provisional license.
Approved February and March 2013 •
Revenue/Expense Reports, bank
reconciliations and journal entries.
Approved appointments to Special •
Committees as presented.
Approved the following requests for •
Tourism promotion & Develop-
ment Committee funds:
$35,000 – Kohler Festival of Beer •
$10,000 – Executive Golfer Maga- •
zine Partnership
$ 7,000 – Village of Kohler Spring •
Shop, Spa, Dine Mailer
$ 3,300 – Discover Wisconsin TV •
segment “Premier Wisconsin
$16,000 – 2013 4
of July Celebra- •
$60,000 – 2013 Kohler Food & •
Wine Experience
JULY 1, 2013
The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Celebrate Summer — Americana Style!
July 1-21
Wisconsin Trader
Add home-spun flair to your next summer
gathering or backyard BBQ with 25% off At
Home ceramic dinner and serveware. Choose
from gingham, hemstitch or blanket stitch pat-
terns available in your choice of red or navy…
.set a fun table by mixing up the patterns!
While Supplies Last. Call 920-451-2113 for
more information.
Garden Party Inspiration
July 1-31
Kohler Gardener
Host your best garden party yet! What’s color-
ful, fun and the perfect way to refresh your
summer table and home? 25% off MacKen-
zie-Childs Flower Market Enamelware, of
course! Shop our selection of MacKenzie-
Childs Flower Market enamel dinnerware,
servingware and kitchen, decorative and bath
accessories. This offer is valid on in-stock
merchandise only, while supplies last! Special
orders are excluded from this offer — No other
discounts may be applied. Call 920-458-5570
for details.
Mini Ice Cream Flights
Tuesdays from 2-4pm (through August 31)
Craverie Chocolatier Café
Enjoy a special offer on mini ice cream cones
and make it a flight of three! Buy 2 get the 3rd
free - $1.50 per Mini Cone.
of July Sousa Concert & Fireworks
July 4, 6:30pm, Free, concessions a la carte
Ravine Park
Concessions will begin at 6:30pm with food
provided by the American Club and bever-
ages from the Kohler Fire Department. Con-
cert featuring the Kiel Municipal Band to start
at 8pm. Fireworks to follow.
Kohler Kidz Ice Cream Socials
July 6, 12-1:30pm, $3.50 per child
The Greenhouse
Enjoy scoops of excitement and sprinkles of
National Strawberry Sundae Day
Craverie Chocolatier Café
July 7, $4 Sundaes
The Kitchens of Kohler celebrate National
Strawberry Day with a special offer! Enjoy a
complimentary sundae at Craverie.
Exhibit: Wisconsin Wood
July 7-October 6
ARTspace — A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
From the utilitarian, but exquisite, bread-
boards of Edward Wohl to the sinuous shapes
of Richard Judd’s furniture, WISCONSIN
WOOD features the work of four Wisconsin
artists. For more information call 920-452-
National Cow Appreciation Day
Horse & Plow
July 15, $3 Spotted Cow Beer
The Kitchens of Kohler celebrate Cow Appre-
ciation Day with a special offer! Enjoy $3 New
Glarus Spotted Cow beer at Horse & Plow.
Jim Barry Wines Australian Wine Dinner
Immigrant Restaurant
July 18, 6:30pm Reception, 7pm Dinner, $125
plus tax and gratuity
Join the second generation of Barry wine
makers all the way from Australia for an inti-
mate wine dinner at The Immigrant Restau-
rant. For more information call 800-344-2838.
Vera Bradley — Chance to Win!
July 18-28
Sweet Potato’s Unique Boutique
Enter for the chance to win a Vera Bradley
Full/Queen- size reversible comforter set in
Heather. For details call 920-458-6645.
British Open Celebration
July 18-21
Blackwolf Run Pub & Restaurant
Enjoy watching the British Open golf event on
television while you enjoying a beergarita and
pretzels for $8.
National Hot Dog Month
Horse & Plow
July 23, $4 Hotdog and Fries
The Kitchens of Kohler celebrate National Hot
Dog Month with $4 Chicago-style Jumbo Hot
Dogs and Fries at Horse & Plow.
National Chocolate Milk Day
Horse & Plow
July 28, Free Chocolate Milk
The Kitchens of Kohler celebrate National
Chocolate Milk Day with complimentary
chocolate milk for kids at Horse & Plow.
National Cheesecake Day
Craverie Chocolatier Café
July 30, $5 Slice of Cheesecake
The Kitchens of Kohler celebrate National
Cheesecake Day with a $5 slice of cheese-
cake at Craverie Chocolatier Café.
Farm-to-Table Dinner Series: BBQ on the
Wisconsin Room
July 25, 6pm, $38 plus tax and gratuity
Enjoy a relaxing evening around the grill with
all your local favorites, including your first
beer. This Farm to Table Dinner in partnership
with Fox Valley Berkshire Port & Dominion
Valley Chicken will feature Wisconsin fare at
its best. Chat with the Chef’s as they prepare
Barbecued Ribs, Smoked Chicken, and
House-Made Brats Patties and some favorite
comfort foods like Baked Cheddar Ale Mac N
Cheese, and Peach Cobbler to name a few.
All-you-can-eat. Resort casual attire.
Summer Sidewalk Sale
July 26-28
Shops at Woodlake Kohler
Enjoy hot summer deals while enjoying an
open-air shopping experience. Browse
fashions, furnishing and more with excep-
tional savings of 25-75% off on select mer-
chandise. Enjoy the Wisconsin Scale
Boating Association as they maneuver
their miniature-scale boats on beautiful
Wood Lake, Saturday, July 27 from 10am-
3pm. For more information call
Meditation Workshop
July 27, 10-11:30am
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher has been
meditating for 25 years and teaching medita-
tion for seven years. In this informative and
relaxing class, participants will learn: the ben-
efits of meditation, how and when to meditate,
focused attention, and how to slow down and
release the mind’s endless chatter. Students
will practice meditating and each individual
will receive a customizable meditation based
on their goals and energy scan.
For more information, pricing details and
to register call Sports Core at 920-457-
Studio Practice with Sue Alby: Wednesday,
July 31, 6:45-8:45pm
Junior Boys & Girls USTA Open Tennis
Tournament: July 20 & 21, 1-2pm
Tiny Tots Camps: Fridays, July 5 & 19, 9-
Kids Night Out: Friday, July 12, 5-9pm
TRX: A variety of classes and boot camps
available, complete schedule available at
Sports Core Reception Desk
Salon at Sports Core: Enjoy a complimen-
tary consultation and $100 savings on Tony
Odisho Extensions scheduled with Brittnee.
(Regular Price $325). Valid the month of
For more information, pricing details and
to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-
SUP Friday Workshops: July 12 and July 19,
10:30-12:30pm, $65 each
SUP Saturday Workshops: July 27, 9-11am or
11:30am-1:30pm or 2-4pm, $65 each
Come to the Island: Friday, July 26, 6:30-
8:30pm, $65
Growing the game of golf, one Sheboygan
County junior at a time
Five Sheboygan County Golf Courses Participate in PGA Junior Golf
League, Wisconsin’s Inaugural Year
Sheboygan County golf courses
swing at the chance to participate
in the PGA Junior Golf League, a
series of competitions designed to
grow interest in golf among
America’s youth. This year, golf
courses in the State of Wisconsin
will participate in “Little
League”-style team vs. team golf
competitions for boys and girls,
ages 13* and under. Sheboygan
County host-courses for 2013
PGA Junior League Golf Season
include Town & Country and
Pine Hills Country Club of She-
boygan, The Bull at Pinehurst
Farms of Sheboygan Falls, Quit
Qui Oc of Elkhart Lake and
Blackwolf Run of Kohler.
“The PGA Junior Golf League
of Sheboygan County is a bril-
liant program for local youth of
varying skill levels to learn about
the game, play the area’s top golf
courses, progress with coaching
and instruction from profession-
als, and most importantly, have
fun. The Kohler golf staff is ex-
cited to enhance its junior
golf offerings with this
team-style approach to a
typically individual sport
in a social non-intimidat-
ing atmosphere,” said
Todd Wagner, Kohler
Golf Academy manager
and senior instructor. “We
also look forward to
friendly rivalry among the
participating courses in
Sheboygan and
The 2013 PGA Junior Golf
League meets are scheduled at
each of the participating golf ven-
ues from June 1 to July 14. She-
boygan teams compete for a
position in the State Tournament
held in August. PGA Junior Golf
League Nationals are scheduled
for September.
Each of the golf meets consists
of team vs. team with four 9-Hole
matches. The format for each
match is a two-player scramble,
divided into 3-hole segments
called “Flags”. Each “Flag” is
worth one point. Substitutions
will be made to ensure all team
members have an opportunity to
play each completion. This for-
mat provides structured leagues
creating a popular, less stressful
scramble format as opposed to
stroke-play competition.
Participants in the 2013 PGA
Junior League Golf received a
team uniform shirt and hat, PGA
Junior League bag tag and a
sleeve of golf balls and partici-
Summer Spa Days
The Kohler Waters Spa sea-
sonal summer service is a refresh-
ing service from start to finish
and a special summer offer makes
relaxing a breeze in July.
The new Rescue Me Toning
Treatment is an unforgettable
head-to-toe, body and mini facial
experience in one. This spa serv-
ice begins with an exfoliation of
the body with a citrus grass scrub
to stimulate the skin followed by
a warm cactus wrap toning gel.
After wrapping the body to allow
products to penetrate, enjoy a re-
freshing facial that includes
cleansing, pressure point massage
and reviving double silk brush
anti-aging eye treatment. After a
gentle rinse in a private shower, a
burst of rich agave nectar oil will
nourish the body with vitamins.
80 minutes $180. Available now
through September 15 in Kohler
and Burr Ridge (Chicago-area).
Special Summer Breeze July
Offer: Breeze into the Kohler Wa-
ters Spa this July for a summer
spa day getaway. Enjoy 20% off
all services seven days a week,
July 1-31. For spa reservations
call 1-800-344-2838 and
for more information visit
pate in weekly practices and golf
meets plus intermittent coaching
and practice. Players have the op-
portunity for advancement to
post-season and All-Star teams
and access to customized website
home page for our PGA JLG team
featuring schedules, standings and
statistics. Registration for the
2013 Junior League Golf of She-
boygan County is complete for
the season.
For more information on the
PGA Junior League Golf visit
or call (770) 558-8439.
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