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Kohler couple new owners of

popular Sheboygan Falls
banquet facility
As appeared in the Sheboygan Falls
News by Jeff Pederson, Editor

For more than 30 years, Dave

and Denise Schneider have provided the life for the party at
Range Line Inn.
Since February 1985, the
Schneiders have successfully
hosted countless wedding receptions, banquets and corporate
gatherings, but the time has come
for the couple to turn out the
Beginning on January 4, 2016,
Range Line Inn will transform
into The Village at 170 as new
owners Jeff and Mel Romanoski
of Kohler officially assume dayto-day operation of the multipurpose banquet facility, located at
170 Rangeline Road in Kohler.
Under the careful tutelage of
Dave and Denise, the Romanoskis
have been busy in recent weeks
learning the intricacies of owning
a banquet hall.
Our daughter had her wedding
reception here last September
20th and Mel and I really enjoyed
the experience of planning, decorating and putting everything
together for that event, Jeff said.
For the past two or three years,
Mel and I have been talking about
doing something different and we
got to talking to Dave and Denise
and it just fell into place.
After running a day care out of
her home for the past 25 years,
Mel is eager to take the leap into a
brand new venture.
When we were putting things
together for our daughters wedding, I started to think that I could
see myself doing something like
this full time, Mel said. I really
enjoyed the opportunity to create a nice, warm atmosphere in a
great facility.

In their early years of ownership, the Schneiders operated

Range Line Inn as mainly a live
entertainment facility, before converting it to a banquet ball specializing in wedding receptions in
In 1991, they added the
1,200-square-foot grand banquet
hall, which features a seating capacity of 750 people, along with a
wooden dance floor and stage and
a full bar.
The facility also features the
Badger Room, which includes
seating for 300, a large dance area
and a full bar.
My dad rented the place for
a while back when it was called
Bud and Lavernes Bar, Denise
said. We bought it in 1985 in a
sheriffs sale for a pretty decent
For the past three decades, the
Schneiders have taken pride in
building a highly successful business through a good old-fashioned
grass roots neighborly buzz.
We have never really done
much advertising, Dave said. It
has mainly been word of mouth.
Weve built some really good relationships over the years.
There are organizations that
have held their banquets here for
25 years like the NRA and Sheboygan County Conservation
Club, he said. Weve had families come back over and over for
weddings. There is one family that
has had five weddings here. There
are even some people that have
had their weddings here twice.
With a background in community event planning and the floral
and decorating industry, Jeff and
Mel are no strangers to party planning.
Through my work with com-

munity organizations, such as

KPAL [Kohler Police Athletic
League] and the Sheboygan Falls
Lions Club, I have been involved
in putting on the Oktoberfest event
in Sheboygan Falls, which I have
really enjoyed, said Jeff, who is
employed as a sales manager at
Sheboygan Chevrolet Chrysler. I
like the feeling of organizing an
event and giving it that wow factor that grabs peoples attention
and gets them coming back for
My family owned
shops and greenhouses and helped
with weddings and I enjoy the

Range Line Inn soon to be The Village at 170

From left: Dave Schneider, Denise Schneider, Mel Romanoski and Jeff Romanoski.

- Falls News photo by Jeff Pederson

entertainment side of it, as does

Mel, he said. I used to work at a
floral shop, so I was involved with
preparing flowers and decorating
for weddings quite often, Mel
said. Both Jeff and I come from
big families, where bigger is better. I think that is where we get our
drive to want to entertain people
and show them a good time.
The Romanoskis are hoping to
carry on the tradition of top-notch
hospitality and service set by the
Schneiders, while pumping in

their own special flair.

We are planning to add decorating services as part of our package offerings, which is something
new, Jeff said. We are also looking to start a shuttle service to area
hotels, as well as an airport shuttle.
Another major addition is a
one-night-a-week restaurant specializing in fish fry Fridays.
We are planning to open a
restaurant on Friday nights that
will offer a fish fry and well as a

- Falls News photo by Jeff Pederson

smaller menu in the smaller hall in

the back that most people know as
the Badger Room, Jeff said. We
are hoping to add a wine area by
the fireplace, as well as an outdoor
patio and some other modifications outside.
The current Range Line Inn
banquet hall staff is expected to
stay on board when The Village at
170 makes its debut in January.
Dave and Denise have a very
good staff here that does a great
job with the banquets, Jeff said.
We are very pleased that nearly
all of the current staff members
will be staying and coming on
board with us.
Right now we are looking at
a part-time staff of 17 joining us
with the possibility of adding 17
to 30 more part-time and full-time
positions down the road with the
addition of the restaurant, he
As if those changes werent
enough to grab the attention of future customers, Jeff and Mel are
eyeing the return of live entertainment on an occasional basis.
We are looking at bringing in
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Banquet Hall, Continued from page 1

live bands four times a year - the
night before Thanksgiving, New
Years Eve, Valentines Day and
another night sometime in the
spring. We have a nice space for
bands to play in the grand banquet
hall and I think people will be excited about the bands we are aiming to have play here.
The Romanoskis are soaking
up the knowledge imparted by the
Schneiders as they count down the
days until their grand opening.
Dave and Denise have been

very gracious to help us through

the transition process, Jeff said.
They are planning to stay through
June to help us through the early
stages of ownership.
People have been asking about
what is going on with Range Line
and I want to put peoples minds
at ease, he said. The transition is
going very well and I know people
are really going to like what they
see when we open up.
It has been fun learning how
to run a successful banquet hall

from Dave and Denise, Mel said.

They have been very helpful and
patient in teaching us the system.
Their goal is to help us make as
smooth of a transition as possible
and they have been doing a great
job helping us feel as comfortable
as possible.
As their time as the owners of
Range Line Inn hits the home
stretch, Dave and Denise are looking forward to retirement.
We always wanted to retire in
our mid-50s and that actually has


turned out to be the case, Denise

said. Im 56 and Dave is 57, so it
has worked out really nicely for us.
We are looking forward to
spending more time with our two
grandkids, doing some traveling
and just enjoying life, she said.
The Romanoskis are preparing to
make their new venture a family
Our four kids Ashley and her
husband Tom, Megan, Alex and
Brock will be involved, which
will make it even more special,

Jeff said. Im excited and over the

past few months Mel has been as
happy as Ive ever seen her. Shes
been gaining confidence every day
learning new things and feeling
good that we can make this a successful venture.
To make a reservation, contact
Range Line Inn at by phone at 4672584 or via e-mail at rangelineinn@ or Mel Romanoski by
phone at 918-2854 or via e-mail at







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United Auto Workers Local 833
members voted overwhelmingly
in favor of a four-year deal that
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wage increase in each year of the

contract and improves health care
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initial offer. The strike by about
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walkout at the company in more
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Catherine Sutherland, a Junior
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this past August and will return
home in June. She was chosen to
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on the CIEE website. Her mother, Sally, said Catherine brought
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her daughters Christmas has also
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(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
School District of Kohler
April 5, 2016
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election to be held in the School
District of Kohler on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, the following offices are to
be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. The term of office
for school board members is three years beginning on Monday, April 25,
Kohler School Board Member

Pete Schueller
Marlene Yang

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration Statement

and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, January 5, 2016, in the Kohler School District office located at
333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, mailed to the address noted above
or filed personally with the school district clerk, Chad Hamilton or school
district deputy clerk, Ms. Quynh Trueblood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary
will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2016.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from the
school district office.
Given under my hand, on 1 November, 2015.
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Kohler fifth grader passes

halfway mark toward achieving
Grand Master status in national
chess rating

Kohler fifth grader Simran Bhatia brought home another chess

trophy from the National K-12 Chess Championship held at Disney Coronado Spring resort in Orlando FL on December 4-6, 2015.
The three-day, seven-round USCF rated Annual National Scholastic Chess Championship was hosted by USCF, in which over 2000
top-rated students from Grade K thru XII from schools all over the
USA competed. Simran competed with 194 of her top-rated fellow fifth graders from around the country, finishing second in the
1000-1199 section. After competing and winning in several state
and national level tournaments this year, Simran has been consistently increasing her national USCF rating, which currently stands
at 1,331 which is over the halfway mark in her future quest of
reaching the 2,500 rating Grand Master status.

Strategic Communication Plan
Survey Results The results are in!

School Perceptions, LLC will present the findings in

an open forum for the community.
Please join us on January 11 in the Kohler Schools
band room at 6:00 pm.
Hope to see you there,
Kohler Public Schools
Board of Education Regular Meeting November 23, 2015
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. in
the Kohler Public Library. Paula Anderson called roll. The
following board members were present: Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly, Christina Koberstein and Pete Schueller. Chad
Hamilton was absent.
Statement of Public Notice
November 20, 2015
Approval of Agenda
Pete Schueller moved to approve the agenda. Christina
Koberstein seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
Marlene recognized the administration, Quynh and Christina Koberstein for their efforts in implementing a communication plan strategy.
Marlene noted the December Committee of the Whole
meeting and the Regular Board meeting will be held on
December 14, 2015
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
The school community celebrated American Education Week
with a banner signing and appreciations. There are few other countries in the world whose societal values guarantee a
free and public education for all children. This year, 50.1
million students are educated by public school teachers
who come to the vocation with a moral purpose and serve
with professional expertise.
The strategic communication plan survey has been delivered to all stakeholders who support the children in our
schools. The survey window remains open for 3 weeks:
from November 20 through December 14. School Perceptions LLC will collect and analyze the data and present the
finding to the School Board in an open forum on January
11 at 6 pm.
The Kohler School Friends annual Craft Fair was very
successful! Special thanks to the extraordinary efforts of
Chairwoman Dawn Shepard, Kohler School Friends and
Kohler School volunteers, student performers from the Jazz
Band and Madrigals, event exhibitors, and patrons who are
committed to supporting our students and faculty.
Elementary Principals Report (Lisa Greene)
The Kohler School Friends Craft Fair was amazing! I am
beyond impressed with this community and the support
they provide to our school. Thank you to everyone who participated in this wonderful event!
Our PBIS focus this month is on students being tardy to
school. The morning class time is one of the most important
times of the day, so we really want to have children get to
school on time. The students are let into the school at 7:50
and school begins at 8:00.
Staff and students are all looking forward to our first PBIS
incentive reward which is a game day that will be held on
Dec. 1.
Adalade Moore, a 3rd grader in Mrs. Roebers class, was
the Woodlake Tree Lighting Essay contest winner. She will
be reading her essay and lighting the Holiday tree at 5:30
on Dec. 27th.
MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy Brown)
The theme of the high school and middle school over the
past month has clearly been a healthy school environment. Be it academic co-curriculars to athletics and character development, our students have certainly made Kohler
Middle and High School vibrant!
Middle School: Vibrant and Healthy Indicators
Character Development: Middle School PBIS:
When we account for # classes, 99.9% of the classes are
on time and 81% of our students are on time.
81% of our Middle School Students do not have a single
tardy.#66 total tardies
Q2: 8 students with 8 tardies
Our goal has changed to # students with a tardy and our Q2
goal is 85% of our students on time
Middle School Ice Cream Social. Thank you to our staff
and students
Academic Co-Curricular Involvement
Middle School Forensics all Kohler Participants received
an A rating in the conference competition! Congratulations

to our 19 forensics participants and Mr. Schad as the advisor

Middle School Math Meet: Ms. Lacy Wiest 23 math students competing
6th Grade Band Concert: Is one of 6 ensembles in the
Kohler Band Department and is the first stage to a successful education in instrumental music. The 6th grade band
consists of 46 students.
Athletic Co-Curricular Involvement
Middle School Girls Basketball we have two teams, a 7th
grade and 8th grade. Both squads have completed numerous games this season and are in full swing.
High School
Character Development: High School PBIS
50 students with at least 1 tardy = 77% of students w/o
a tardy
However, when we take out students with 2 or fewer = 92%
have 2 or fewer tardies.
When account for # classes, 99.8% of classes are on time.
This earns them a final exam exemption for one class of
their choosing within certain restrictions.
Academic Co-Curricular Involvement
High School Math Team placed 2nd at the Lakeland College math competition with 52 students. Congrats to Mrs.
Diane Godlewski
Beauty and the Beast: Our director Ms. Hoffman and the
rest of our music department or Mr. Tengowski, Mrs. Hucke
and Mrs. Kukla for making that event a success! However,
what makes this event truly special is that it is largely a
student-run production. Two students choreographed the
dances, the stage managers, lighting, sound, spotlights
stage and set were all designed by Kohler High School Students. It truly is a magical production. Not to mention the
parental involvement.
National Honor Society inducted 29 new members bringing our total to 59 total members. Thank you to the NHS
advisor Mr. McB, Ms. Good as the speaker and our great
High School Concert w/ Lakeland College
Making a Difference Club: Veterans Day Observation and
Guest Speaker organized by K. Romanowski was well received by our student population.
Athletic Co-Curriculars had a truly impressive Fall
Womens Swim Team. 200 Yard Medley Relay Team of
1) Kara Friske,Jenna Silvestri, Kellie Hoekstra, Emma Herold took 3rd place, 200 Yard IM Jenna Silvestri took 3rd
place, 50 yard freestyle: Emma Herold placed 4th and
Kellie Hoekstra placed 6th, 100 Yard Butterfly Kara Friske
placed 15th, 100 Yard Freestyle Emma Herold placed 3rd,
and Kellie Hoekstra placed 5th. The 200 yard freestyle
relay team of 1) Ashley Dedering, Brooke Casper, Madeline
Wandschneider and Khloe Rustan placed 15th. 100 yard
backstroke Kara Friske placed 13th. 100 yard breaststroke Jenna Silvestri placed 4th. The 400 yard freestyle
relay team of Kellie Hoekstra, Kara Friske, Jenna Silvestri
and Emma Herold placed 3rd. Overall the team
placed 4th in the State. Congratulations to the Womens Swim Team and Coach Silverstri
High School Womens Tennis: State Individual Qualifyers:
Anna Mesalles, and Doubles Teams of Allie Bryce and Rachel Proudman, and * Amelia Grose and Emily Guesneau
who made it to the round of 16. Congrats to coach Hoffmann and his staff.
High School Football: First Playoff Qualifier since 1999 and
first as a combined Kohler-Lutheran-Christian team. Congrats to coach Zavada and the football staff
We are having a healthy and vibrant fall and hope to continue this momentum as we transition to the winter seasons.
Certificates of Honor
Mr. Brown awarded certificates of honor to the following
high school students: Maddie Albrecht, Luan Ameti, Archie Brohn, Evie Brohn, Bailey Campione, Sarah Cassidy,
Abby Cieszynski, Hannah Coppersmith, Hanna Coulson,
Amanda Egbert, Grace Fenrich, Colin Fessler, Erin Geldreich, Jacob Geldreich, Alissa Griswold, Amelia Grose, Emily
Guesneau, Ryah Gutschow, Remy Havens, Ben Herold, Ev-

elyn Heun, Riland Hidri, Frannie Hillstrom, Kellie Hoekstra,

Zach Hoell, Lauren Horth, Michael Janssen, Casey Johnson,
Denny Kanz, Donna Karri, Lauren Kelm, Lucas Knuth, Josh
Konecke, Nicole Konecke, Jack Kral, Catherine Lee, Laura
Lee, Ben Maki, Dominic Michmerhuizen, Clara Montes,
Adam Multer, Makayla Neese, Grace Nugent, Kate OLeary,
Larissa Paseta, Justin Pellowski, Rachel Proudman, Lorrigan
Puls, Kaleigh Roeder, Kaelin Sbrocco, Angela Schmitt, Luke
Silvestri, Tori Soriano, Mariah Stewart, Trent Stock, Grace
Unger, Emily Vallo, Nick Wandschneider, Brooke Warren, Allie Willadsen, Tilydia Xiong, Christy Zheng, and Cindy Zheng.
Mr. Brown awarded certificates of honor to the following
middle school students: Collin Adams, Ben Barillas, Elle
Borowski, Kyle Chech, Ava Childs, Hailey Cole, Zach Coulis,
Grant Cunliffe-Owen, Samuel da Silva, Jackson Edmunds,
Leo Fink, Kennedy Gebler, Olivia Grose, Jacklyn Guesneau,
Fiona Hidri, Sam Kelm, Samantha Kochen, Henry LeBlanc,
Andrew Maglio, Molly Melowski, Lily Montes, Amy Jane
Morrisett, Eli Nugent, Jia Phillips, Tyler Roeder, Monty
Rowan, Mimi Rustan, Hunter Sandee, Kelsey Sbrocco, Zoe
Schuren, Jordan Schipper, Michael Schnur, Marcella Senti,
Alex Shepherd, Hanna Shvartsmann, Ally Silvestri, Natasha
Sokhi, Sophia Sokhi, Elain Sun, Ana Twohig, Ty Uselding,
Courtney Yang, Christopher Zhang, Brian Zheng, Holly Zufelt,
and Frank Zufelt.
Review of District Finances
The 2015-2016 budget is on-track this year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of October 26, 2015 Board Meeting minutes and
October 26,2015 Annual Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
No meeting was held
Reports of the Committee of the Whole-Curriculum & Assessment:
Math Curriculum overview presentation by Lisa Greene,
Elementary Principal/DAC
Enrollment overview presented by Matt Kautzer, Business Manager
Consideration of public requests discussion led by Marlene Yang
BOE group email discussion led by Chad Hamilton
Consideration of attendance and truancy review led by
Chad Hamilton
Diane moved to approve the consent agenda. Christina
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve the updated School Safety Plan
Christina moved to approve the updated school safety plan.
Pete seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the resignation of Mary Nebel, 3rd grade teacher
Pete moved to accept the resignation of Mary Nebel. Diane
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried. Marlene
and the board expressed their appreciation for Marys 15
years of service to Kohler Public Schools.
Accept the generous donation from Kohler Company
in the amount of $72,000 for the Kohler School District
post-secondary and college advisement program
Diane moved to accept the generous donation from the
Kohler Company in the amount of $72,000 for the Kohler
School District post-secondary and college advixement program. Pete seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjourn to closed session to consider employment,
contracts and performance-related information for
employees over which the school board has jurisdiction
or exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats. 19.85
(1) (c). Christina moved to enter into closed session.
Paula took a roll call vote to enter into closed session. All
While in Closed Session the Board discussed staffing.
Christina moved to enter into open session. Pete seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Diane moved to adjourn. Christina seconded the motion. All
ayes. The meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm.





Now Hall

Limited Edition Village Print for Sale

To determine if a snow emergency is in effect for the Village call 920-459-3881, or check the village website at There is no parking on village
streets during a snow emergency. A snow emergency is
called when accumulation is expected to exceed four inches. Snow emergencies are typically called from 8:00 AM
until noon to give the snowplows an opportunity to clear
the streets with no cars in the way.

Only 20le!

Set of 10

Kohler Village Notecards

Includes two each of five colorful scenes from Nathylie Ross
painting of the village printed on glossy card stock, plus ten envelopes.
Cards are blank inside with a description of each scene on the back.
Packaging features a color image of the painting, too!

Perfect for gift giving at only $7 per set. Cash or check only.
Mail orders? $10/set includes shipping to US addresses.
Send orders to: 319 Highland Dr., Kohler WI 53044 (920) 459-3873
At the request of the artists family, any profits from the sale of these
notecards will be given to the Waelderhaus.

Village Meetings Scheduled for January
1/6 Library Board (at Library) 12:30 pm
1/4 Property Committee
4:00 pm
1/4 Finance Committee
5:00 pm
1/11 Village Board
5:30 pm
1/28 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Spring Primary
The Spring Primary will be held Tuesday, February 16.
The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the
Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open
from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Voters are required to show
a photo ID to vote. You must have lived in the Village of
Kohler for 28 days to vote in the Village of Kohler.
Do you have the right photo ID?
These are acceptable for voting purposes and can be unexpired or expired after the date of the most recent general
Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license
Wisconsin DOT-issued identification card
Military ID card
U.S. passport
These photo IDS are also acceptable for voting purposes
but must be unexpired:
Certificate of naturalization issued within the last two
Unexpired Wisconsin driver license or identification
card receipt
Photo ID issued by a Wisconsin accredited university
or college containing date of issuance, student signature
and expiration date no later than two years after date of
issuance, along with a separate document proving enrollment.
If you are eligible to vote but dont have a photo ID, you
may obtain a free ID from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Apply for the ID as soon as possible. Visit Department
of Motor Vehicles, 3603 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan, 800-924-3570.
The Spring Election will be Tuesday, April 5. For more information about voter registration, absentee voting, acceptable forms of proof of identification or upcoming elections,
contact the Clerk-Treasurers office at 920-459-3873.
Property Tax Bills
Tax bills were mailed December 4. Tax payments can be
paid in persontaxes will be collected at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive. Drop off24-hour access
drop box is provided outside the south entrance to Village
Hall (Post Office entrance). By mailchecks or money
orders only, payable to the Village of Kohler, send to Vil-



Kohler Village by Nathylie Ross, 1986

A depiction of life in 1933 as remembered by the artist.

New printing! Unframed 18x24 prints available at Village Hall.
$30 cash or check only + $10 first class shipping to US addresses.
Send orders to: 319 Highland Dr., Kohler WI 53044 (920) 459-3873
At the request of the artists family, any profits from the sale of this
print will be given to the Waelderhaus.

lage of Kohler, 319 Highland Drive, Kohler, WI 53044. A

stamped, self-addressed envelope is required for receipt.
If you wish to make payment by credit card call 1-800-2PAYTAX or visit At the prompt,
enter jurisdiction code 5814. After authorization of your
payment, you will be given a confirmation number that you
should keep for your records. There is a fee charged for
this service. Credit cards will not be accepted at the Village
Office, this service is available by phone or Internet only.
Real estate taxes may be paid in full or in two installments.
Payments in full are due January 31, 2016. Installments are
due: first half due January 31, 2016; second half due July
31, 2016.
Dog and Cat Licenses
All dogs and cats over 5 months of age require licensing.
Rabies vaccination certificate is required at time of licensing. Dogs and cats must be licensed by April 1 of each year.
Fees are:
Unaltered dog/cat
Altered dog/cat
$ 5.00
Late fee
$ 5.00
Cash or check only.
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UAW 833 Strike
As of this writing, it is the first day after the strike for the
UAW 833 is officially over. Things are getting back to normal in the Village. Im in the process of writing thank you
letters to our law enforcement partners, including the Sheboygan County Sheriffs Department, Sheboygan Falls PD,
Sheboygan PD as well as the State Patrol. Due to our size,
we needed assistance at times from these departments. To
me it seemed seamless. All the departments have learned to
work together, a nice byproduct of the golf events that we
are well versed in dealing with. I also wanted to thank the
Village of Kohler citizens for their understanding. We tried
our best to take back normalcy after the first couple of
days, and then to deal with the issues as they would arise.
The officers worked long days and extra days to make this
happen. I received very few citizen complaints. I think
we actually received more compliments than complaints.
Those compliments came from residents and even some
picketers. Thanks for the good words, they are appreciated
by all.

Winter is upon us. Here are some reminders on Village
snow removal ordinances and policies:
It is the residents responsibility to have the snow
removed around the mail kiosks. The Postal Service
will not deliver mail if the carrier is not able to reach the
unit the front as well as the backside. Someone in the
unit/neighborhood needs to take the initiative to remove
the snow or perhaps the responsibility can be shared
amongst neighbors.
Please remember to shovel your sidewalks within 24
hours after a snowfall event.
Do not blow or shovel snow back into the street.
Please remove vehicles from the street when the plows
are in operation.
Please do not put garbage cans in the street when it is
snowing and plows are in operation.
Christmas trees will be picked up January 5th, 12th & 19th.



Junior Bomber Basketball

Students in JK-2nd grade Junior Bomber Basketball will be
starting Saturday, January 9th. Junior Bombers meet Saturdays in the Kohler School Gym from 9:30-10:45 a.m.
starting January 9th through February 6th. Cost is $20 for
residents and Kohler Public School students. Registration
is available online at or
at Village Hall.
The Village Board approved the following items during
their November 9th and 16th meetings:
Operators Licenses as requested.
Revision to Class A (cider only) license for Qmart #217,
820 Commerce Lane.
Temporary Class B beer and wine license for Kohler
Foundation, Inc. for 1/22/16 and 3/11/16.
September 2015 Revenue & Expense reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
2016 Water Utility and Sewer Utility budgets.
Annual renewal for the Joint Powers Agreement with the
Sheboygan County Sheriffs Department.
Ordinance 2015-4, 2016 Budget Adoption and Tax Levy
Tourism Promotion and Development Committee funding requests:
Kellie Pickler concert radio advertising $10,000
Celebration of Chocolate event advertising $17,500
Wisconsin Food Favorites Weekend marketing $5,000



Culinary Happenings Top Calendar of Events at Destination Kohler

Inaugural Chefs Night set to open the culinary season on January 7, 2016
Talented chefs of
The Kitchens of Kohler
are set to host educational and experiential
events in 2016. Inaugurating the culinary season of signature events
is the first Chefs Night
where chefs merge
together for a culinary
night of meet, greet
and eat on January 7,
from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Chef Paul Smitala
Kohler Design Center.
Following the festive holiday
season, our culinary team is eager
to get out of the kitchen to inspire
foodies of all skill levels and interests during the resorts food-focused events, said Tom McGinty,
Executive Chef and Manager Food
& Beverage for Destination Kohler.
The culinary calendar includes
a combination of new and annual
events noted below. Special event
weekend hotel packages are available at The American Club, a Forbes
Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond
resort-hotel, and at the picturesque
lakeside Inn on Woodlake. For more
information and reservations, call
1-800-344-2838 or visit
2016 Calendar of Culinary Events
Chefs Night January 7
Chefs host an evening where
attendees make their way through

delicious food stations

featuring tasty bites
from the restaurants and
specialty kitchens of
Destination Kohler. The
casual event hosted at
the inspiring Kohler Design Center affords the
opportunity to meet the
personalities behind the
dishes while enjoying
great food and beverKohler Co. Photo
age pairings and live
local music. The list of Destination
Kohler participants include: The
Immigrant Restaurant, The Winery
Bar, The Horse & Plow, Blackwolf
Run, River Wildlife, Whistling
Straits, Cucina, KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates, Wisconsin
Room, Kitchens Of Kohler Catering, Craverie Chocolatier Caf, Take
5 Caf at Sports Core, Executive
Chefs, Banquets, and Pastry. Chefs
Night is set for Thursday, January
7 from 6-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $25
per person.
Wisconsin Food Favorites
January 29-31
The chefs of The Kitchens of
Kohler celebrate Wisconsins delectable fare at the 2nd annual Wisconsin Food Favorites. The festivities
incorporate and celebrate products
from local farms and producers
during special tastings, demonstrations and dining experiences. Gather
for a celebration of all things Wis-

consin - brats, beer,

cheese, pastries, wine
and cocktails. The
culinary team creates
interesting renditions
of traditional food
and drink recipes
including twists on
the classic Wisconsin cocktails the
Old Fashioned and
Bloody Mary. The
weekends signaChef Josh Johnson
ture events include
a themed Friday Night Fish Fry
at Blackwolf Run, Field-to-Table
Breakfast at The Wisconsin Room,
and a Wisconsin Heritage Dinner
at The American Club. Discounted
hotel rates available.
In Celebration of Chocolate
February 19-21
Fall deeper in love with chocolate
during the 4th Annual In Celebration of Chocolate, a weekend full of
cocoa-themed demonstrations, pairings sessions and culinary events. It
is a celebration that acts as a showcase and celebration of the Kohler
Co.s own line of hand-crafted chocolates: KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates. Hosting many of the
presentations are two of the resorts
top talents: Chocolatier Anette
Righi DeFendi and Executive Pastry
Chef of The American Club Josh
Johnson. For the first time Anette
hosts an interactive two-hour ses-

sion where participants

will go through the
step-by-step process
of making chocolate
at The Secrets of
Chocolate A HandsOn Experience. Chef
Johnson is set to host a
variety of captivating
sessions: Ice Cream
Making: From Lean
to Mean, The World of
Macarons and DIY Kohler Co. Photo
Chocolate Sculptures.
Annual favorites include the In Celebration of Chocolate Wine Dinner
at The American Club, Sugar High
at the Kohler Design Center and
Chocolate Lovers Brunch at The
Wisconsin Room. la carte tickets
are available and hotel packages
Chocolate Indulgence or Sweet
Treat start at $161 per person.
Demonstration Kitchen Series
Saturdays, January through April
The annual Demonstration Kitchen
series returns for another season of
engaging sessions hosted by the culinary talents of Destination Kohler.
Home cooks of all skill levels are
afforded a delightfully delicious
way to enhance cooking skills and
expand their recipe box during
educational programming in the
intimate, informal working kitchen
at The Shops at Woodlake. Each
Saturday at 11am and 2pm, chefs
demonstrate selected recipes from

preparation to presentation to final

tasting paired with a complementing
beverage. This years topics vary
from mastering traditional cooking skills such as pasta making to
specific interests such as Paella and
Dashi hosted by a variety of chefs,
chocolatiers and pastry masters.
Tickets are available for $39 per
person. Complete schedule available
Save the date for the resorts top
culinary weekends set for the year:
Kohler Festival of Beer
April 29-May 1
The annual Kohler Festival of
Beer celebrates one of Wisconsins
top industries with the countrys
premiere craft brewers and beer
fans from around the nation. The
Village of Kohler comes alive with
music, food pairing events, cooking
demonstrations, and flowing taps
that highlight the weekend.
Kohler Food and Wine
Experience 16th annual
October 20-23
A four-day extravaganza of food,
wine and fun. This interactive
culinary event features celebrity
chefs, libations specialists, wine
experts and epicurean enthusiasts
from around the world for dynamic culinary seminars, tastings and
signature festivities. Celebrity chef
headliners and regional talents to be
announced Summer 2016.

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

The End Zone with Antonio
Mondays, 6-7pm
The Horse & Plow
ESPN Wisconsin presents The End
Zone with Antonio Freeman at The
Horse & Plow on Mondays from
6-7pm at The Horse & Plow until
the end of regular season football.
Score yourself a seat as Green Bay
Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman,
ESPN Milwaukees Drew Olson and
a featured pro football player of
the week break down all the action.
The live broadcast will be broadcast
throughout the dining room of the
historic taproom. Stick around after
the show, and enjoy Monday night
football and drink specials. For VIP
seating reservations call 920-4578000. Stay current with every
episode of the show by listening to
the podcast at
Exhibit: One & Only: Gifts Made
by Hand
Through January 24
ARTspace A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
A curated selection of exquisite
work by skilled artists from across
the United States. Select from a
wide range of jewelry, glass, ceramics, textiles, prints, sculpture and
Please call 920-452-8602 for more
Holiday Afternoon Tea
January 2, 8, 9 - 1-3pm
The Wisconsin Room
$30 Adults, $14 Childrens Tea, plus
tax and gratuity. Call 920-457-8000.
Chefs Night
January 7, 6-8:30pm, $25
Kohler Design Center
Your chefs of Kohler, from Craverie
to Cucina, merge together for a
culinary night of meet, greet and
eat. Join us at the Kohler Design
Center and make your way through
delicious food stations featuring
tasty bites from the inspired chefs
in your very own backyard. Enjoy
great food and beverage pairings,
live local music and meet the
personalities behind the dishes. Call

Italian Risotto Couples Cooking

January 9, 5:30pm, $129 per couple
Looking for a Date night idea? How
about learning to cook Risotto
with a friend? We know cooking
can be intimidating but, Chef Trent
will guide you through each step.
Each couple will be given their own
burner, pan, wooden spoon and all
the ingredients for a successful risotto including the most important
facet in cooking. Wine. Once finished well create entrees using the
risotto you have just made, adding
either Braised Beef Short Ribs
or Colossal Shrimp to create the
ultimate entre. Salad and dessert
included. Call 920-457-8000.
Peter vs. Phil Beer Dinner
January 14, 6:30pm, $50
Horse & Plow
This dinner is a heavy weight battle
of beer where the true winners
are those that get to attend. Peter
Mueller is a Service Coordinator for
the Horse & Plow and a Certified
Beer Server on the path to being
a Cicerone. He has a true passion
for beer, and for winning. Phil Kuhl
works for Wirtz Beverage and is 1
of 10 cicerones in the state of Wisconsin. Both titans of beer knowledge have been given the same
fantastic menu from Chef Zeke
Fitzgerald and have been tasked
with finding the perfect beer to pair
with it. This means that each and
every course will be paired with 2
different beers and the only ones
to judge will be those eating and
drinking! Bragging rights are on the
line so join us and be ready for an
outrageous experience. Call 920457-8000.
Kohler Cinema - Frozen
January 16, 5:30pm (doors open at
5pm), $4
Appley Theater in Kohler
Dessert Wine Tasting
January 23, 3pm, $12
Wirtz Beverage will be presenting
4 Dessert Wines for this tasting.
Please call the Craverie to make
reservations. Call 920-208-4933.

Wisconsin Food Favorites

January 29-31, Ticketed & Complimentary tastings and events
There is more to Wisconsin foods
than brats, beer and cheese. Destination Kohler Chefs will introduce
you to products from local farmers
and producers as they prepare and
celebrate the foods of Wisconsin.
With food demonstrations, a field
to table breakfast, and a Wisconsin heritage dinner, all things
Wisconsin will be the theme of
the weekend. Join our beverage
team as they introduce you to the
different recipes and flavors of the
classic Wisconsin cocktail the Old
Fashioned. Mark your calendars
and check online at for schedule details.
Please call
888-293-7337 for reservations



For more information, pricing

details and to register call Sports
Core at 920-457-4444 or online at for more information.
Kids Night Out: Friday, January 8
from 5-9pm
Friday Finisher & Rehydration
Social: Friday, January 8 from
6-7 pm
Kids Motion: Wednesday, January
20 from 9-10am
Triple Threat & Social: Thursday,
January 21 from 6-7:15pm
TGIF FUN: Friday, January 22 from
Adult Tennis Mixer: Friday, January
29 from 7-8:30pm
For more information, pricing
details and to register call Yoga on
the Lake at 920-453-2817 for more
Restorative Circuit and Aromatherapy with Jessica Kohn: Sunday,
January 3, 3:30-4:45pm, $20

An Empowering Weekend with Yogini Sadie Nardini

New York-based Yogini Sadie
Nardini is joining Yoga on the Lake
January 29-31, for a weekend full
of workshops. Sadie is one of the
most in-demand yoga instructors
in the world. Shes empowering
and inspiring.
Sadie is a full-spectrum transformation advocate: a renowned
empowerment speaker, yoga
and anatomy expert and Healthy
Hedonism lifestyle leader. Sadie is
the host of Rock Your Yoga, a daily
yoga and lifestyle national television show on the Veria Living
Network. Sadies new book, The
21-Day Yoga Body: A Life-Styling
Manual and Metabolic Makeover to Get You Fit, Fierce and
Fabulous in 3 Weeks! (September,
2013, Random House). She writes
a success and fitness blog for
Yahoo! Shine.
She is a social media expert,
with an audience of 500,000
on Facebook and millions on
YouTube who flock for her instant
inspiration, recipes, living and
fitness advice.
Sadie travels internationally,
infusing her teachings with a
real-world mix of eastern and
western techniques that clients
can immediately apply to gain
empowerment and success on all
Select sessions will be enhanced by music compilations by
Tazdeen Rashid of Chicago. DJ Taz
Rashid brings a high vibration to
any arena with his
gift of mixing beats
ranging from world
rhythms, devotional
mantras, remixes and
the best electronic
grooves. His vision
is to be a channel to
cause the expansion
of all those around DJ Taz Rashid
by tapping into the creative
wisdom of the body and allowing
them to feel, let go and awaken.

many asana classes. Through this

personal application of music and
movement, youll learn how to
amp up your energy in a whole
new wayand move yourself
into heartfelt, body-cleansing
and soul-shining inspiration and
expression. Mostly asana. 2 hour
workshop. $60 workshop

Yogini Sadie Nardini

Kohler Co. Photo

To register, call Yoga on the

Lake at 920-453-2817 or visit the
studio at The Shops at Woodlake
Kohler. Individual workshops are
$60 or purchase all four sessions
for $230.
Schedule of Events
Friday, January 29, 7-9pm
Speak Your Truth Through Movement!
Who am I? Who am I meant
to be? are two of the biggest
mysteries and questions in our
lives. Join in this music-filled, clarity-fueling and empowering yoga
flow session to get closer to who
you areand learn to express
yourself from that alignment, every time. Includes a definition of
Ahimsa that will blow your mind!
Discussion and asana. 2 hour
workshop. $60 Workshop
Saturday, January 30,
10:30am-12:30 pm
Amp Up the Spirit of
Your Yoga!
Join in a supercharging, fun, creative and
empowering flow experience with Sadie and
her music. Youll let go,
Kohler Co. photo
burn away roadblocks
to your freedom, be moved, and
learn to dance with Spirit in a
way thats often diminished in


Saturday, January 30, 2:304:30pm
An Anatomy Revolution Flow! A
fun, creative flow to help you get
twice the benefits out of every
yoga pose you do....forever! Sadie
is going to blow your mind with
her 7-Step Method to erase the
common misalignments and mistakes that many students make
unconsciously, and many teachers
teach! Get to this session, and
your yoga practice will support-not sabotage you for a lifetime.
Includes: some discussion, a super cool video, and a rockin flow
class with the inspiring Sadie.
Mostly asana: All levels welcome.
2 Hour Workshop. $60 Workshop
Sunday, January 31, 10:30am12:30 pm
The Inner Life of Vinyasa YogaFlow through a complete Core
Strength Vinyasa Yoga class, dedicated to sharing new information
about how to most effectively
integrate pranayama and bandhas
within your active yoga postures!
Sadies groundbreaking alignment
and anatomy information will
help you easily understand and
instantly unleash the power of
the 3 bandhas and the breath.
Discover the anatomical realities
and myths behind pranayama
and the bandhas that you can use
today to increase the potential of
any yoga practice or pose. 2 Hour
Workshop. $60 Workshop