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Kohler
The
Villager
Kohler
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219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Villager
*****************ECRWSS****
Local
Postal Customer
Volume 9, Number 18
APRIL 15, 2014
By Quynh Trueblood, Kohler
Schools Superintendent
In an effort to improve our traffic
pattern, we are adding another drop
off and pick up area for before and
after school. The change will begin
on the first day of the fourth quar-
ter, Monday, April 7. The changes
were developed in collaboration
with Kohler Police and Heidenre-
iter Bus Company to ensure the
safety for students and patrons.
Mornings (7:40-8:00 a.m.)
DROP OFF AREA ONLY
= The School Street entrance (Door
#13) will be open every morning.
The School Street entrance is a
drop off area only. If parents
would like to enter the school,
they should come to the district
office (Door #2).
= Parents will be allowed to drop
students off on the south side of
School Street only. Students will
need to cross at the corner of
School Street and Church Street
or at the new crossing area di-
rectly across from the School
Street Door # 13 entrance. A
crossing guard will be present to
guide students across the street at
the Door #13 crosswalk.
= State Law does not allow cars to
stop in front of school (north
side) of the street.
= Kohler Police will issue tickets
for illegal drop-offs or illegally
parked cars.
School adds
additional student
drop-off, pickup
location
This space available in 15th of the month issues - $95
Major construction will begin
this spring on a stretch of County
Highway Y (Highland Drive) be-
tween the Greenfield Drive inter-
section and County Highway O
(Superior Ave). The construction is
scheduled to begin on April 21 and
continue through August 29. CTH
Y will remain open, but all traffic
will be switched to either north or
sound bound lanes and reduced to
one lane during the construction.
The CTH Y interchanges at STH
23 will also be under construction
during this time. Improvements
will include resurfacing, painting,
and the addition of guard rails.
Travelers are encouraged to use
alternate routes to avoid conges-
tion.
Twin Oaks Road (known as the
Kohler Co. plant entrance) will
also be reconstructed from the in-
tersection at the Sports Core to the
Kohler Co. Plant. Traffic will be
reduced to one lane and switched
to either eastbound or westbound.
Road construction
projects in Kohler to
begin April 21
Afternoons (3:20-4:00 p.m.)
= The School Street entrance
(Door #13) is open every after-
noon.
= Parents will be allowed to pick
up students on the south side of
School Street only. Students will
need to cross at the corner of
School Street and Church Street
or at the new crossing area di-
rectly across from School Street
Door #13 entrance. A crossing
guard will be present to help stu-
dents across the street at the Door
#13 crosswalk.
= State Law does not allow cars to
stop in front of school (north
side) of the street.
= Kohler Police will issue tickets
for illegal drop-offs or illegally
parked cars.
Bus Drop
Morning: Bus will continue to drop
off at the front of school, near the
playground.
After School: Bus will pick up
on the north side of School Street,
directly in front of the Kohler Me-
morial Theater. Exit Door 13 and
proceed to bus stop.
To be successful, everyone must
adhere to the plan. Please do not be
the exception to the rules. Our col-
lective and consistent actions will
ensure both learning and safety.
Andrew Grose, a senior at
Kohler High School has been
named a finalist in the 2014 Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Program
competition. Finalists have the op-
portunity to continue in the com-
petition for 8,000 National Merit
Scholarships worth about $35 mil-
lion.
To become a Finalist, a National
Merit Semifinalist must have an
outstanding academic record
throughout high school, be en-
dorsed and recommended by a
high school official, write an essay
and earn SAT scores that confirm
the student’s earlier performance
on the qualifying test. Approxi-
mately 15,000 students from
across the country advance to the
Finalist level and Merit Scholar
designees will be selected based
on their skills, accomplishments,
and potential for success in rigor-
ous college studies.
Grose named finalist in National Merit
Scholarship Program Competition
APRIL 15, 2014
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KOHLER VILLAGER KOHLERVILLAGER.COM 2
LKC Youth Football
informational
meeting and
registration to be
held May 1
– Submitted photo
LKC Youth Football is back for
yet another exciting and successful
season this year. On Thursday,
May 1 an informational meeting
and registration will be held in the
Kohler cafeteria. The coaches and
parents meeting will begin at 7:00
pm. Doors will be open beginning
at 6:45 p.m. for parents who want
to register their players before the
meeting. Parents are encouraged to
ask questions during this time.
Kids entering grades 5 through
8 for the 2013-2014 school-year
are eligible to play.
Whether registering or simply
seeking to learn more about the
youth football program, parents
are encouraged to attend this meet-
ing on Thursday, May 1 at 7:00
p.m. Any who have questions be-
fore the meeting may email them
to lkcfootball@gmail.com.
Richardson Industries and
Paul’s Wood Products
announce strategic
relationship
Richardson Industries and Paul’s
Wood Products, Inc. formerly
Paul’s Cabinet Shop, Inc. an-
nounced a new strategic relation-
ship as Richardson expands into
the custom cabinetry industry.
Through this relationship, Paul’s
Wood Products, Inc. will aid in
many aspects of the project devel-
opment process and Richardson
Kitchen and Bath will specialize in
designing, assembling, finishing,
and installing the cabinetry.
Sensing a need for a custom cab-
inet provider in the Sheboygan
County, Richardson Industries ap-
proached the owners of Paul’s
Wood Products, Inc. in hopes of
creating a mutually beneficial
business relationship. Paul and
Sandy Entringer reacquired the
former Paul’s Cabinet Shop in Oc-
tober 2013 in an effort to shift the
focus of the business from a com-
plete custom cabinetry operation to
a cabinetry parts manufacturer.
“When we bought the business,
we knew we wanted to change our
direction from working on entire
custom cabinetry projects to a
manufacturer of cabinet parts.
Around the same time Richardson
Industries was also looking to ex-
pand the realm of their business to
include the custom cabinetry in-
dustry,” commented owner Paul
Entringer. “This new relationship
will provide the opportunity for
both companies to work toward
our individual goals of exploring
new markets.”
Richardson Kitchen and Bath
will manufacture the custom cabi-
netry with parts primarily supplied
by Paul’s Wood Products. Those
parts may include cabinet doors,
drawer fronts, drawer boxes, and
mouldings. Paul’s Wood Products
will no longer field individual
client inquiries regarding custom
cabinetry jobs as Richardson’s new
business venture will now be ex-
panding into that market. It is em-
phasized that Paul’s stylistic
influence and high standard of ex-
cellence will be apparent in the
final Richardson product.
“This partnership with Paul
Wood Products will lead to a
higher level of credibility within
the marketplace of custom cabi-
netry,” said Richardson’s CEO
Gary Kane. “Paul and Sandy bring
to the table a large knowledge base
of expertise, quality and value
about the custom cabinetry indus-
try because of the established rep-
utation that the former Paul’s
Cabinet Shop has carried within
the community for many years.
With the Entringer’s help, I am
confident the exceptional team of
people already at Richardson will
provide our customers with an out-
standing experience.”
Both parties feel that this new
business endeavor will provide the
two new companies with the op-
portunity to become established,
while also strengthening the local
custom cabinet industry.
Richardson Kitchen and Bath
and Paul’s Wood Product will be
holding a grand opening/open
house. Saturday, May 3rd, 10:00-
4:00, N5805 Cty Rd M, Plymouth.
Inquiries for Richardson Kitchen
and Bath can be directed to 920-
467-2950 and for Paul’s Wood
Products 920-980-1559.
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Kohler Prom 2014 is scheduled
for Saturday, May 3 at the
Waelderhaus from 8:00 p.m.-
12:00 a.m. Music will be provided
from 8:00 p.m. until midnight,
with the presentation of prom
court at 9:30 p.m. A professional
photographer will take pictures
from 8:00 until 9:00 p.m. All stu-
dents should plan on arriving by
no later then 8:30 p.m.
Each student who purchases a
ticket for prom will receive one
complimentary ticket to be used
by their parents or other members
of their family to view the crown-
ing ceremony. Due to the neces-
sary restrictions on numbers in the
Waelderhaus balcony, parents are
asked to honor this two person
limit so as to not jeopardize future
use of this beautiful prom facility.
Parents may begin to enter and
proceed to the balcony 15 minutes
before crowning ceremony, which
is at 9:15 p.m. House lights will
be brought up for an intermission
following the presentation of the
court and parents will be invited
down to the main floor to take
pictures. When the house lights
are dimmed, approximately 10
minutes after court presentation,
all parents will be asked to exit by
9:45.
Once students arrive at Prom,
they will not be allowed to leave
and return. If the dance area be-
comes warm, students may walk
outside but must remain in the su-
pervised flagstone area immedi-
ately fronting the entrance.
Students who are not attending
Prom, serving for Prom, and do
not have a family ticket will not
be allowed in at Prom. No fresh-
man is allowed as this is a senior,
junior, sophomore Prom only.
Kohler Prom to be held May 3
APRIL 15, 2014
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Sports
By Rachel O•Keefe
The Kohler Triad Swim team
has completed their second official
year. They consist of four schools:
Kohler, Lutheran High School,
Sheboygan Falls High School, and
Sheboygan Christian. They are
relatively new team, having only
been started in 2009, but have
come a long way. The season starts
in early August and lasts until mid
November. The girls swim hard at
practice and swim about thirteen
hours a week, not including meets.
•We•ve really come a long way
and with the help of the commu-
nity we can go even further•, said
Erin Lammers. We have a great
team atmosphere and we have fun
together. The team motto is •Atti-
tude is everything• and it certainly
shows in the team. The girls are al-
ways ready to do anything pre-
sented to them at practice or a meet
and the whole team is down at the
end of the pool cheering the swim-
mers on. The girls came in second
in Conference this year, only be-
hind Plymouth. They also came in
9th of 12 swimming Div. 1 at sec-
tionals. The team is looking for-
ward to another great season and
hopes to host some meets in the fu-
ture.
•Attitude is
everything• for
girls swim team
The Kohler High Soccer Boy•s
Soccer team was recently awarded
the National Soccer Coaches Asso-
ciation of America (NSCAA) Aca-
demic Award.
To earn the honor, teams must
have a minimum grade-point aver-
age of 3.25 for the entire academic
school year. A total of 386 teams
(144 boys, 242 girls) claimed the
award for the 2009-10 school year,
including six boys teams and 11
girls sides from Wisconsin.
Boys ! New Berlin Eisenhower,
3.62 GPA; Kenosha Christian Life
School, 3.51; Pewaukee, 3.39;
Kohler, 3.34; Wausau Newman,
3.33; Fond du Lac, 3.25.
Girls ! Waukesha Catholic Me-
morial, 3.71; Pewaukee, 3.70; Fond
du Lac and Middleton, 3.64; Camp-
bellsport, 3.58; Verona, 3.53;
Brookfield East, 3.46; Kenosha
Christian Life, 3.44; North Fond du
Lac, 3.39; Hustisford, 3.27;
Kenosha Tremper, 3.26.
Soccer program•s success
extends beyond high school
Everyone in the village is aware
of the success of the boys high
school soccer program. The Blue
Bomber boys have racked up many
awards over the past five years in-
cluding three conference champi-
onships, five regional champion-
ships, a sectional championship
and state runner up last year. What
you may not know is that several
players have taken their high
school experience and success
with them into college. Currently
there are four soccer alumni play-
ing college ball:
AJ Armstrong (Class of 2007)
plays defender for Wisconsin
Lutheran College. He was a team
captain and key player when the
Blue Bombers went an undefeated
14-0 to win the Central Lakeshore
Conference (CLC) in 2007.
Kevin Beine (Class of 2009)
plays for St. Norbert•s College. He
was a team captain and second
team All Conference defender for
Kohler in last year•s run to state.
Jimmy Mani (Class of 2007)
plays for UW Sheboygan and was
recently named 2nd team All Con-
ference in the Wisconsin Colle-
giate Conference. Jimmy was the
CLC leading scorer in 2007 for the
Bombers. He also received 1st
team All Conference and All State
(Honorable Mention) honors.
Austin Van Treeck (Class of
2009) plays for Ripon College and
has two goals and an assist in his
first year playing college ball.
Austin was the conference leading
scorer last year and an All Confer-
ence selection for the Blue
Bombers.
Austin recently sat down to
feild some questions about his col-
lege experience so far:
What is it like to play soccer at
the college level?
•Playing soccer at the college
level is everything I dreamed it
would be and more. It is a lot more
physical and the amount of time
and effort put into it becomes your
lifestyle.•
What was the biggest difference
from high school?
•I would say the biggest differ-
ence between high school soccer
and college soccer is the overall
pace of the game. You need to an-
ticipate your next move and your
opponent•s moves even more than
in high school.•
Did you feel well prepared
when you went out for the team?
•When I arrived at our first day
of practice I felt lost and out of
sync. It took some time to transi-
tion and get used to the speed of
play. Also my conditioning need
much improvement.•
I see you were moved from for-
ward to midfielder/defender. How
was that transition?
•Yes, my first time on the field
in a game I played outside mid-
fielder. I was just told to work hard
and run until I couldn't anymore.
The transition was brutal but gave
me a better perception of what it
took to play that position and what
players had done in that position in
order to get the ball up to the for-
wards.•
What was it like to score your
first college goal?
•My first college goal was in-
credible. It was an overtime game
winning shot from about 30 yards.
I actually didn•t' get to see it be-
cause I was immediately knocked
over after I took the shot. It was
not a realistic first goal but either
way it felt incredible to have a goal
and know that I did something to
benefit the team.•
What advice would you give to
kids in the village dreaming about
playing college soccer?
•To all those who dream of the
chance to play college soccer or
even those who want to play high
school soccer, my advice to them
is keep working hard consistently
and don't let anyone tell you are in-
adequate and you won't make it. If
you give it your all you will be
happy with the outcome.•
Kohler boys
soccer team
awarded
academic
award
!!"#$%& ()*"$ +, -.%#/%*
!"#$%&#%&"'
!!!"#$%&'%()*!+,,$-%"-./
Kohler Triad Swim Team
JANUARY, 2011
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KOHLER VILLAGER KOHLERVILLAGER.COM 10
K
o
h
l
e
r
Sports
By Rachel O•Keefe
The Kohler Triad Swim team
has completed their second official
year. They consist of four schools:
Kohler, Lutheran High School,
Sheboygan Falls High School, and
Sheboygan Christian. They are
relatively new team, having only
been started in 2009, but have
come a long way. The season starts
in early August and lasts until mid
November. The girls swim hard at
practice and swim about thirteen
hours a week, not including meets.
•We•ve really come a long way
and with the help of the commu-
nity we can go even further•, said
Erin Lammers. We have a great
team atmosphere and we have fun
together. The team motto is •Atti-
tude is everything• and it certainly
shows in the team. The girls are al-
ways ready to do anything pre-
sented to them at practice or a meet
and the whole team is down at the
end of the pool cheering the swim-
mers on. The girls came in second
in Conference this year, only be-
hind Plymouth. They also came in
9th of 12 swimming Div. 1 at sec-
tionals. The team is looking for-
ward to another great season and
hopes to host some meets in the fu-
ture.
•Attitude is
everything• for
girls swim team
The Kohler High Soccer Boy•s
Soccer team was recently awarded
the National Soccer Coaches Asso-
ciation of America (NSCAA) Aca-
demic Award.
To earn the honor, teams must
have a minimum grade-point aver-
age of 3.25 for the entire academic
school year. A total of 386 teams
(144 boys, 242 girls) claimed the
award for the 2009-10 school year,
including six boys teams and 11
girls sides from Wisconsin.
Boys ! New Berlin Eisenhower,
3.62 GPA; Kenosha Christian Life
School, 3.51; Pewaukee, 3.39;
Kohler, 3.34; Wausau Newman,
3.33; Fond du Lac, 3.25.
Girls ! Waukesha Catholic Me-
morial, 3.71; Pewaukee, 3.70; Fond
du Lac and Middleton, 3.64; Camp-
bellsport, 3.58; Verona, 3.53;
Brookfield East, 3.46; Kenosha
Christian Life, 3.44; North Fond du
Lac, 3.39; Hustisford, 3.27;
Kenosha Tremper, 3.26.
Soccer program•s success
extends beyond high school
Everyone in the village is aware
of the success of the boys high
school soccer program. The Blue
Bomber boys have racked up many
awards over the past five years in-
cluding three conference champi-
onships, five regional champion-
ships, a sectional championship
and state runner up last year. What
you may not know is that several
players have taken their high
school experience and success
with them into college. Currently
there are four soccer alumni play-
ing college ball:
AJ Armstrong (Class of 2007)
plays defender for Wisconsin
Lutheran College. He was a team
captain and key player when the
Blue Bombers went an undefeated
14-0 to win the Central Lakeshore
Conference (CLC) in 2007.
Kevin Beine (Class of 2009)
plays for St. Norbert•s College. He
was a team captain and second
team All Conference defender for
Kohler in last year•s run to state.
Jimmy Mani (Class of 2007)
plays for UW Sheboygan and was
recently named 2nd team All Con-
ference in the Wisconsin Colle-
giate Conference. Jimmy was the
CLC leading scorer in 2007 for the
Bombers. He also received 1st
team All Conference and All State
(Honorable Mention) honors.
Austin Van Treeck (Class of
2009) plays for Ripon College and
has two goals and an assist in his
first year playing college ball.
Austin was the conference leading
scorer last year and an All Confer-
ence selection for the Blue
Bombers.
Austin recently sat down to
feild some questions about his col-
lege experience so far:
What is it like to play soccer at
the college level?
•Playing soccer at the college
level is everything I dreamed it
would be and more. It is a lot more
physical and the amount of time
and effort put into it becomes your
lifestyle.•
What was the biggest difference
from high school?
•I would say the biggest differ-
ence between high school soccer
and college soccer is the overall
pace of the game. You need to an-
ticipate your next move and your
opponent•s moves even more than
in high school.•
Did you feel well prepared
when you went out for the team?
•When I arrived at our first day
of practice I felt lost and out of
sync. It took some time to transi-
tion and get used to the speed of
play. Also my conditioning need
much improvement.•
I see you were moved from for-
ward to midfielder/defender. How
was that transition?
•Yes, my first time on the field
in a game I played outside mid-
fielder. I was just told to work hard
and run until I couldn't anymore.
The transition was brutal but gave
me a better perception of what it
took to play that position and what
players had done in that position in
order to get the ball up to the for-
wards.•
What was it like to score your
first college goal?
•My first college goal was in-
credible. It was an overtime game
winning shot from about 30 yards.
I actually didn•t' get to see it be-
cause I was immediately knocked
over after I took the shot. It was
not a realistic first goal but either
way it felt incredible to have a goal
and know that I did something to
benefit the team.•
What advice would you give to
kids in the village dreaming about
playing college soccer?
•To all those who dream of the
chance to play college soccer or
even those who want to play high
school soccer, my advice to them
is keep working hard consistently
and don't let anyone tell you are in-
adequate and you won't make it. If
you give it your all you will be
happy with the outcome.•
Kohler boys
soccer team
awarded
academic
award
!!"#$%& ()*"$ +, -.%#/%*
!"#$%&#%&"'
!!!"#$%&'%()*!+,,$-%"-./
Kohler Triad Swim Team
JANUARY, 2011
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KOHLER VILLAGER 5
700 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
KOHLER-QUALITY BUILT ALL BRICK RANCH
Exclusive, Woodland North Subdivision •
Private lot, deck overlooks wooded conservancy •
Beautiful kitchen, cherry wood floors, granite, SS appliances •
LR/w gas FP, vaulted ceiling, wall of built-ins •
Superb view of back yard and deck •
MBR suite, patio doors to deck, WIC, private bath •
Den or possible third bedroom •
Partially finished lower level, full bath •
Oversized 3 car attached garage •
A REAL MUST SEE! •
VIEW MORE AT: www.700treehousepkwy.com
#3710 $449,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
Mike Daniels Jim Schermetzler Terri Stewart Kathy Nonhof Meg Trager Brian Homiston Fred Stone
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
ARCHITECTURALLY DESIGNED KOHLER HOME
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac •
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP •
Wood floors & open staircase •
Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances •
Dinette open to kitchen •
Main floor master bedroom suite •
3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper •
Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached •
This home is a true dream home! •
VIEW MORE AT: www.685treehousepkwy.com
#3692 $599,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
412 Summit Rd, Kohler
TRADITIONAL KOHLER BRICK HOME
3 bedroom home w/tons of charm •
Bright and cheery kitchen •
Beautiful living room w/fireplace •
Dining room w/gleaming wood floors •
Finished lower level rec room •
Nice size yard w/great views of park •
1 car detached garage w/carport •
#3672 $219,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
935 Aspen Rd, Kohler
GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
Priced far below assessment, on a wooded lot •
4 Bedrooms, 4 bath areas, hardwood & tile floors •
Natural fireplace, Open living-dining combo •
Library, family room off dinette, office •
Lower rec room, wet bar, laminate flooring •
2.5 Car garage, large deck, private drive •
#3821 $235,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
0 Lot Pershing Ave., Sheboygan
HIGHLY DESIRABLE LOT
Affordable city lot •
North east side neighborhood •
Bring your building ideas •
Unlimited opportunities! •
#3824 19,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
Village Realty & Development Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075 or toll free (800) 351-4371
www.v-r-d.com
/VillageRealtyWI
509 Green Tree Rd, Kohler
WONDERFUL KOHLER HOME
Excellent neighborhood near school & park •
Recently added family room & master suite •
Lots of tile and wood floors, bright & cheery •
5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths •
Living room with fireplace, sun room •
Dining room with patio door •
Lower rec room and 5
th
bedroom •
#3820 $339,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
Call 920.457.WOOF
to schedule your next appointment
(Weekends available)
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3513 S. 32nd Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.457.WOOF (9663)
1078B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
BEAUTIFUL LIGHT-FILLED CONDO
2 Bedrooms, Den, 3 full baths, 1
st
floor Laundry •
Luxury master suite w/2 vanities, WI closet, WI shower •
Kitchen w/beautiful cherry cabinetry, ceramic tile, soaring •
ceilings, appliances
Open concept living areas of the kitchen, dinette, and living •
room
Living room has gas fireplace and sliding patio doors to a •
lovely deck
Fully finished lower level with office, family room, adtl utility •
area, full bath
An open feeling is found with the condo on the corner of •
Creeks Cross & Willow Ln
#3816 $249,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
548 Sir Howard Cir., Kohler
STUNNING VIEWS OF WOOD LAKE
Well maintained 2-Story Contemporary home •
5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, first floor laundry •
Open concept kitchen with updated appliances •
Office and sunroom overlook the lake •
Master suite and bath w/jetted tub and walk-in shower •
Exposed Lower level open area for entertaining, 4
th
bedroom •
Lower theater/media room, exercise room, office •
Exterior cedar siding, composite decking, well landscaped •
yard
#3815 $769,000
James Schermetzler 912-1982
1082B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
ELEGANT AND EASY LIVING
One floor ranch condo, 2+ bedrooms or den •
Beautiful fireplace w/bookcases and storage •
Neutral décor, white woodwork & cabinetry •
Open concept dining, kitchen and living area •
Updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances •
Hardwood maple floors, main level laundry •
Master suite with double sinks, walk-in closet •
Two very private decks, 2 car attached garage •
#3806 $229,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
534 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan
OUTSTANDING ENGLISH TUDOR
PRICED TO SELL in great NE location •
Chefs kitchen top of the line appliances & cabinets •
Entertainment sized living room with beautiful fireplace •
Grand rod iron open staircase •
Hardwood floors, archways, built-in bookcases •
4 spacious bedrooms, 2.5 baths, walk up attic •
Finished lower level, Bricked courtyard •
Close to Lake Michigan, schools & Parks •
#3825 $259,900
Meg Trager 207-9228
NEW PRICE
1623 Sandstone Ln., Howards Grove
POPULAR STONEBRIDGE CROSSING SUBD.
Stunning Ranch with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths •
Meticulously cared for, new carpet •
Open concept, great room gas fireplace & vaulted ceilings •
Master bedroom suite with trayed ceiling, jetted tub •
Recently finished lower level family room and bath •
Lower exposed full size windows overlooks yard •
Refinished deck, mature landscaping, fenced area •
3 Car garage, HE furnace, CA, vinyl exterior •
VIEW MORE AT: www.1623SandstoneLn.com
#3810 $246,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!
2528 N 3rd St., Sheboygan
ELEGANT NE TUDOR MANSION
Magical sun & moon rise views from Lake Michigan •
One of the area’s most distinctive homes •
Double door entry to center hallway & open staircase •
Huge living room with fireplace and sunroom •
Gracious dining room with sculptured ceiling •
Office with rich paneling, FP, & historic painting •
Six bedrooms, four full baths, 2nd level laundry •
First floor den & garden room, finished attic area •
Lower family room w/FP, billiard area, exercise rm, 2nd •
laundry & ½ bath
VIEW MORE AT: www.2528N3rdSt.com
#3798 $797,500
Mike Daniels 946-0034
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April 24, 2014
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217 Salem Drive, Plymouth
Gigantic 6th Annual
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Saturday, April 26, 2014
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Incumbents win
spring election
Susan Jaberg received the most
votes (161) for Village Trustee in
the April election. John Pethan re-
ceived 154, Brett Edgerle received
150 to win three Village Trustee
seats. Newcomer Michael Zimmer-
mann received 122 votes.
Christina Koberstein, who ran
unopposed for school board re-
ceived 207 votes.
APRIL 15, 2014
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Sheboygan, Wis. – Creation and
Preservation Partners (CAPP), a
supporting organization of the
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
(JMKAC) announced plans to pre-
serve the complete Mary Nohl
Lakeside Environment by moving
it to Sheboygan County, Wiscon-
sin.
The JMKAC preserves and pro-
vides public access to the world’s
most extensive collection of ver-
nacular environments from
throughout the United States. The
collection now comprises eight
complete environments, major
components from 14 environ-
ments, and representative elements
from seven others. The complete
environments have been left in situ
whenever possible.
Located in Fox Point, Wiscon-
sin, the former home of artist Mary
Nohl and the unique and extensive
art collection that she created
throughout the house and its
grounds were gifted to Kohler
Foundation, Inc. in December
2001, upon Mary Nohl’s death,
and subsequently gifted to CAPP
in 2012.
“Since CAPP assumed owner-
ship of the Mary Nohl Lakeside
Environment, we have worked
diligently to find the most appro-
priate way to preserve her legacy,”
noted Ruth Kohler, director of the
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
and its supporting organization.
“Our goal is to make this histori-
cally and aesthetically significant
property accessible to artists,
scholars, educational institutions
and other interested members of
the public. Mary’s art will live on
to inspire others only if they can
have access to it.”
For many years, Kohler Founda-
tion, Inc., and subsequently CAPP,
sought a mutually agreeable
arrangement with the property’s
neighbors along Beach Drive in
Fox Point to allow limited public
access to the property. Nohl
dreamed and planned to have her
property given to the JMKAC with
the intention that, after her death,
her art environment would be used
to teach and inspire artists, chil-
dren and the public.
“We believe Mary’s artwork is
intrinsically linked to its lakefront
location and thus we explored
many options to preserve the prop-
erty and artwork in situ,” said
Michael P. Cisler, president of the
JMKAC Board of Directors.
“However, after hearing from
many neighboring property own-
ers and municipal officials, who
would need to approve a zoning
change to allow even limited ac-
cess to the property, we don’t be-
lieve there is a solution that would
honor Mary Nohl’s wishes and
meet the needs of the Fox Point
neighbors.”
Therefore, CAPP recently de-
cided that the best way to preserve
John Michael Kohler Arts Center steps up
to save Wisconsin’s Mary Nohl lakeside
environment
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Mary Nohl’s body of work is to
add it to JMKAC’s extensive col-
lection of artist environments. The
move will ensure that Mary Nohl’s
complete environment, including
her house, will remain protected
and accessible to the public. With
nearly all the art already at
JMKAC, it is time to move the
house and remaining artifacts.
– Submitted photo
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or stain decks, paint metal doors & shutters. Can
repair or replace bad boards & do general carpentry
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Kohler, West IV Buildable Lot.
Asking $80,000 or Best Offer
Call 920-452-5482
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winners for March 2014
Date Name City, State Amount
1 Terry Gottsacker Sheboygan, WI 20
2 Dale Neil Kohler, WI 20
3 David Albrecht Kohler, WI 20
4 Tom Scherrer Milwaukee, WI 20
5 Jon Peters Kohler, WI 20
6 Liz Piasecki Kohler, WI 20
7 Paul Lee Sheboygan Falls, WI 20
8 Tim Kellner Kohler, WI 20
9 Brian Beeck Sheboygan Falls, WI 20
10 Denis Coulis Plymouth, WI 20
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ENROLLING NOW
FOR 2014-2015
Grace Church invites the public
to join in the celebration of Easter
on April 20 at either 7:30 or 10:00
a.m.
The 7:30 Discovery Service will
focus on the changing emotions of
early visitors from somber to glo-
rious as they went to a tomb to
anoint a corpse, but discovered
God’s victory over death and the
grave.
The 10:00 service is a full cele-
bration of the love of God. From
the heralded trumpet call in the in-
troit through song, scripture and
word.
Grace Church celebrates with an
open table and open doors, wel-
coming all, and offers gluten free
bread for Communion.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE AT
GRACE
Sunday, April 13 worship at 8 &
10 am.; Palm Sunday celebrating
Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem
Thursday, April 17 at 7:30 pm.
Maundy Thursday service as Jesus
gathers the disciples for his last
meal.
Good Friday, April 18 at Noon;
Sheboygan Falls Community
Good Friday service at Word of
Grace
Easter Sunday, April 20; 7:30 Dis-
covery Service; 10:00 Celebration
Service
Grace UCC, Kohler
Easter schedule


SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2014
Race Start: 1:00 p.m.
Race Packet Pick up Saturday 12-4 at Bookworm Gardens
Or Day of Registration: Sunday, May 4, 11:00 -12:45p.m.
UW Sheboygan Campus, Sheboygan, WI
Parking available in the UW Sheboygan West Parking lot off of Union Ave.
All runners and walkers are welcome to participate in this non competitive one mile off road loop around
the UW Sheboygan Campus with the second mile optional. Proceeds benefit Bookworm Gardens,
a two acre children’s botanical garden that enhances literature, the natural world and the imagination!
Participants will receive a Fun Run t-shirt, goodie bag, race bib and refreshments after the race.
Late or day of event registrants not guaranteed the correct size t-shirt. For more info go to: bookwormgardens.org
Registration Form
Name:
Address:
City: State: Zip: Phone:
T-Shirt Size: (Please circle one) Child XS S Med Lg or Adult Sm Med L XL XXL
No Shirt

Registration Fees: On or before April 25 April 26-May 4
Individual $10 $15
Family $30* $15 per person
*Please include a separate registration form for all family members
By Participating in the Bookworm Gardens Family Fun Run, I agree to release and hold harmless Bookworm Gardens, UW Sheboygan, its officers,
directors, agents, and sponsors or affiliated parties, from any and all liability, losses, claims, actions, costs, including attorney fees resulting from injury to
person or damage to property arising out of my participation in the Bookworm Gardens Family Fun Run. I understand that event participation is potentially
hazardous and assert that I am medically able and properly trained. I understand the event may be held over public roads and facilities open to the public
during the event and upon which hazards are to be expected. WE HAVE READ THIS RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK
AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTANDING ITS TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT WE HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY
SIGNING IT, AND SIGN FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT INDUCEMENT.
SIGNATURE
(If participant is under the age of 18, a parent/guardian must sign waiver on behalf of participant.)
Please mail registration and check to: Bookworm Gardens 1415 Campus Drive Sheboygan, WI 53081


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Family Fun Run
Sponsored by Prevea
Sunday, May 4
Race Start: 1:00 p.m.
To register, visit our
website at
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Visit kohlervillager.com or facebook.com/kohlervillager for photos and details about the excit-
ing remodeling project at Sheboygan Marcus Theatres. Pictured seated in the new “Dream
Loungers” are: Ann Stadler, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Marcus Theatres;
Tim Burns, General Manager; Kris Poulson District Director; Bret Hoffmann Advertising Man-
ager.
– Photo by The Kohler Villager
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a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Exhibit: Arts/Industry: At and After
the Factory
Through July 6
ARTspace – A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
Features the works of art by eleven
past residents of the Arts/Industry
program, a collaboration between the
John Michael Kohler Arts Center and
Kohler Co. Some of the work in this
exhibition was created during the
artist’s residency. Other work is
representative of a different aspect of
the artist’s work. For more information
please call 920-452-8602.
Kids Make Their Own Pizza
Thursdays, April 17 and 24,
5-9:30pm, $7
Cucina
Price to include the pizza, a drink and
a dessert.
Master’s Golf Tournament Specials
Through April 24
The Horse & Plow
Creative Drink Specials and Southern
Appetizer Specials
Cinema in Kohler: Hop
April 18, 7pm, Doors open at 6:30pm,
$4
Appley Theatre (between the Kohler
Water’s Spa and Kohler Design
Center)
Concessions available for purchase
Easter Eggstravaganza
April 19, 1-4pm
The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes at
The American Club
Bring the whole family for an after-
noon of games, cookie decorating,
egg-dyeing, crafts and a special visit
with the Easter bunny. Resrvations not
required.
Easter Brunch at The Kitchens of
Kohler
Easter Sunday, April 20
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes, 10am-
3pm, $49.00 Adults, $18.00 Children
ages 5-12, 4 years and under compli-
mentary; Plus gratuity and tax
The Wisconsin Room, 9am-2pm,
$45.00 Adults, $16.00 Children 5-12
years, 4 years and under complimen-
tary; Plus gratuity and tax
Blackwolf Run, 10am-4pm, $36.00
Adults, $16 Children 5-12 years, 4
years and under complimentary; Plus
gratuity and tax
Restaurant Week
April 20-26
The American Club Resort
Restaurants
Special Menus in participating
restaurants throughout the resort.
Pre-Season Golf Sale
April 26, 8am-8pm
Blackwolf Run - Wolf Pack/Bear Clan
Room
Save 20-80% on Blackwolf Run and
Whistling Straits logoed merchandise.
For every $50 purchase, receive a $5
Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits
voucher, redeemable on any future
purchase at Blackwolf Run or
Whistling Straits Restaurant or Golf
Shop. 920-803-3016
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SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND
CLASSES
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444 or online at sports-
core.com for more information.
Grand Prix Tennis - Saturday, April 19,
12-2pm
Salon at Sports Core
Welcome spring and get a special dis-
count at the Salon. Simply pick an egg
to learn your discount on products or
services. Want to color something
other than eggs this season? Get a
fresh new look with $10 off any color
service.
YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS AND
CLASSES
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Yoga on the Lake
at 920-453-2817.
Yoga Nidra – Friday, April 25, 7-8:30
pm, $25 per person
Handmade Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolate Eggs are
now available featuring
creamy ganache centers in
four irresistible flavors:
Malted Milk Chocolate, Dark
Chocolate Cognac, Peanut
Butter and Cassis Pate de Fruit
(i.e. Peanut Butter & Jelly),
and Dark Chocolate
Strawberries and Cream. The
Chocolate Eggs are available
as 4-piece ($10.99) or 9-piece
($20.99) or 32-piece for
$69.99 variety boxes packaged
with a seasonal ribbon. These
seasonal sweets are featured in
the April installment of the
new Chocolate Club.
The complete line of Kohler
Original Recipe Chocolates is
available for purchase online
at www.KohlerChocolates.com
or at the Craverie Chocolatier
Café located at The Shops at
Woodlake. Available for a
limited time.
New Five Star Nail Services for Spring
Make it a “Perfect 10” or “Perfect 20” for
your nails with these two new Five Star
services for spring at the Forbes Five Star
Kohler Waters Spa. Inspired by the lunar
“Pink Moon” of April, the Pink Moonlight
Manicure and Pedicure will leave you
dreaming of bright full moons. Available
through June 1. For spa service reserva-
tion and information please call (888)
293-7337.
Pink Moonlight Manicure – The mani-
cure begins with a hand and arm exfolia-
tion with a Watermelon-Basil Vodkatini
scrub featuring Square One brand or-
ganic vodka. A hydrating paraffin dip is
followed by a massage and Pink Moon
shea butter application. 50 minutes $65
Pink Moonlight Pedicure – The pedicure
begins with a foot and leg soak in a
pomegranate infused bath. A vitamin
packed mask follows an exfoliation that
will prepare your heels and toes for san-
dal season. A final moisturizing applica-
tion of Pink Moon shea butter features
notes of licorice blossom, powder and
spun sugar. 50 minutes $85
Leveraging the Therapeutic Power of
Cool and Warm, Kohler Waters Spa
Launches New Services that Provide
Unique Wellness Experience
Kohler Kur and Detox De’lite among the
newest services unveiled this May
Kohler Waters Spa, an industry leader in
innovative and experiential, five-star hy-
drotherapy services, is pleased to launch
an array of new services on May 1, 2014
at all three locations – Kohler, Wis., at
Destination Kohler, Burr Ridge, Ill., and St
Andrews, Scotland, at The Old Course
Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa.
Each year, Kohler Waters Spa unveils
thoughtfully planned services as well as a
new signature water service. This year,
the team of talented technicians has cre-
ated two services that leverage the sooth-
ing power of warm and cool temperatures
to enhance muscle relaxation and detoxi-
fication – The Kohler Kur and Detox
De’lite. Both of these unique and complex
services incorporate thoughtful move-
ment, each calculated to elevate the
guest experience and provide a memo-
rable experience.
The Kohler Kur, named for health or cure
in German, provides an 80-minute healing
experience for advanced spa go-ers.
Swathed in a therapeutic cool resting
wrap designed to stimulate the body’s
heating response, the cool temperatures
help relieve fatigue, boost the immune
system and increase the body’s natural
metabolic responses.
The Detox De’lite offers a therapeutic
and detoxifying experience that includes
dry brushing to boost circulation, a full
body massage with cool and warm stones
handpicked from Lake Superior, and at-
tention to pressure points to encourage
further detoxification. The 80-minute ex-
perience also incorporates warming and
cooling massage oils and scents leaving
guests feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Known for its expertise in hydrotherapy,
Kohler Waters Spa annually launches a
new signature water service. The Bam-
boo Contouring Drizzle, a 50- or 80-
minute service, incorporates the KOHLER
Custom Vichy Shower for a unique spa
experience. The DTV programmed Vichy
Shower provides technicians the opportu-
nity to program the various water tiles so
that their hands never leave the guest.
This results-driven service focuses on re-
fining and firming the body while including
exfoliation and a light application of Multi-
Vitamin Firming Body Crème.
“Our staff does an amazing job of
thoughtfully creating services, balancing
new trends with practices that are rooted
in health and wellness through the ages,”
said Jean Kolb, Director of Wellness for
Kohler Co.
“From incorporating different tempera-
tures to dry brushing to cutting-edge tech-
nology with our new facial, the team is
passionate about providing a five-star ex-
perience to every spa go-er.”
For reservations, please call
800-344-2838 or visit www.KohlerWa-
tersSpa.com for more information. Stay
up to date on spa news and happenings
on Facebook www.facebook.com/ameri-
canclub and on Twitter,
www.twitter.com/theamericanclub.
FULL LIST OF NEW SERVICES
Signature Massage
From a relaxing foot bath to a harmonious
massage, this treatment truly embody the
philosophies of Kohler wellness, offering
an unexpected, yet balancing experience.
80 minutes – $210; Saturday – $230
Detox De’Lite Treatment
Beginning with a dry-body brushing to
boost circulation, this full body massage
features warming cinnamon oil. The
body’s pressure points are addressed to
promote wellness and relaxation.
80 minutes – $199; Saturday – $219
Bamboo Contouring Drizzle
Illuminate your body from head to toe with
this results-driven treatment that refines
and firms the body while promoting detox-
ification. Brightening scrub, slimming
serum and firming cream help to contour
the body.
50 minutes – $168; Saturday – $188
80 minutes – $209; Saturday – $229
Kohler Kur
Savvy spa goers will embrace this thera-
peutic cool wrap designed to stimulate
your body’s heating response to relieve
fatigue, boost the immune system and in-
crease the body’s natural metabolic re-
sponses.
80 minutes – $209
Saturday – $229
Micro-Current Lifting Facial
LED red light and impulse micro-currents
awaken cell function, accelerate cell re-
pair and re-educate muscle tone. Infu-
sions of essential nutrients are applied
with cutting edge trans-dermal technol-
ogy.
80 minutes – $210
Saturday – $230
Rescue Me Toning
This unforgettable head-to-toe body and
mini-facial tones and firms, and rich
agave nectar oil nourishes and hydrates.
80 minutes – $194
Saturday – $214
Rockin’ Moroccan Pedicure
An orange-peel scrub gently exfoliates
the feet prior to a honey lavender-scented
treatment. The ultimate in hydrating and
revitalizing, this pedicure concludes with
an aromatic body soufflé for soft, luxuri-
ous-feeling feet.
50 minutes – $97
French Polish – $107
Rockin’ Moroccan Manicure
Hands are exfoliated with an orange-peel
scrub, followed by a honey lavender-
scented treatment. The service concludes
with your choice of either our citrus
scented enriched Hand Cream or our sig-
nature scented Body Soufflé.
50 minutes – $82
French Polish – $92
Spa News
Happiness now hatching...
For the first time Destination
Kohler hosts Restaurant Week
presenting unique prix fixe tast-
ing menus at special prices for
seven delicious days, April 27-
May 4. Nine chefs of The
Kitchens of Kohler Restaurants
have carefully crafted dishes in-
corporating locally sourced in-
gredients to design a dining
adventure in the comfort of your
neighborhood.
Participating Destination
Kohler Restaurant Week estab-
lishments for dinner include the
Forbes Four-Star Immigrant
Restaurant, the farm-to-table in-
spired Wisconsin Room, recently
renovated Horse & Plow, Cucina
Italian Restaurant and Blackwolf
Run with prices ranging from
$20-$50.
Restaurant Week Prix Fixe
Lunch & Coffee Menus are avail-
able at Craverie Chocolatier
Café, Woodlake Market Atrium
Cafe, The Greenhouse at The
American Club, Whistling Straits
and Craverie Chocolatier Café at
The Shops at Woodlake with
prices ranging from $7-$10. Call
1-800-344-2838 for reservations
and more information available
online at
www.DestinationKohler.com/
restaurantweek.
Destination Kohler
Restaurant Week,
April 27-May 4
Kohler Design Center Earth Expo
Saturday, April 26, 2014
11am-3pm
at Kohler Design Center
Come learn, share and explore
how we can better care for the
earth at the Kohler Design
Center! Test drive an eco-friendly
car, talk with local sustainable
program dealers or discover the
numerous water-saving products
at the Kohler Design Center.
Kid’s activities include
sustainable science projects, a
balloon lady and a petting zoo.
Vendors include Woodlake
Market, L'Bri, Costco, Norwex,
Young Living Essential Oils and
Jams, Jellies, and More.
Admission is free.
For more information, please
contact the Kohler Design Center
at 920-457-3699.
Photo by Kohler Co.

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