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FEBRUARY 15, 2016

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Elaborate Gingerbread creations win

cash prizes from Kohler Foundation
KOHLER, Wis., Feb. 8, 2016
The winners of the 19th Annual
Gingerbread Festival competition
have been announced by Kohler
Foundation, Inc. During the
month of December, gingerbread
creations of all sizes and shapes
were displayed at the Waelderhaus in Kohler. Prizes, based on
votes tallied from a record 8,300
visitors, are being awarded in six
categories. The overall highest
vote-getter of the Festival was the
charming submission from RCS
Empowers, Christmas on the
The first-place winners in
each category were awarded
Pre-school: Cedar Grove-Belgium
Elementary (Ms. Hokansons
AM/PM classes) The Last Little
Grades K-2: Kohler Elementary
(Ms. DeAmicos class) Penguin
Grades 3-5: Kohler Elementary (Ms. LaDukes class) Ewok
Bright Tree Village.
Grades 6-8: City Church (Shine
Ministry) Believe.
Grades 9-12: Cedar Grove Belgium High School (Ms. Hibelinks
class) Sweet and Salty Living.
Community Groups: RCS Empowers Christmas on the Farm.
Second-place winners earned
a $250 cash prize. They include:

Pre-school: St. John Lutheran

School Plymouth (Ms. Christians
class) Silent Night Holy Night
Grades K-2: Lake Country Academy (Ms. Claypools class) Our
Favorite Summer Place at Christmas.
Grades 3-5: Kohler Elementary
(Ms. Bartelts class) Snoopys
Dog House.

Grades 6-8: St. John Lutheran

Plymouth (Ms. McGillis class) A
Minion Reasons to Love Christmas.
Grades 9-12: Sheboygan Falls
High School (Ms. Meyers class)
North Pole Station.
Community Groups: Christ Child
Academy (Diane Mutsch) Gingerbread House of Hope.

Third place honorees and recipients of a $100 award were:

Pre-school: John Michael Kohler
Arts Center Preschool (Ms. Phippens class) Aquarium.
K-2: Kohler Elementary (Ms.
Roebers class) Love to Paris.
3-5: Kohler Elementary (Ms.
Clevens class) Wizard of Oz.
6-8: Sheboygan Falls Middle
School (Mrs. Fiorinis Enrichment
Group) Fantasy Land.
9-12: Kohler High School (Mr.
Wheelers Art Club) Nightmare
Before Christmas.

Community Groups: RCS Empowers Under the Sea.

For more information about the
Waelderhaus, upcoming events,
and for photos of all the Gingerbread creations in this years
Festival, visit or Like Kohler Foundation on Facebook.
The Waelderhaus is managed by
the Kohler Foundation, a private,
non-profit foundation that supports the arts, education, and art
preservation initiatives.

Top: Cedar Grove/Belgium 4K Preschool Last Little Lighthouse. Bottom: Kohler Elementary 3-5
Ewok Bright Tree Village. Above: RCS Empowers Christmas on the Farm.

KPAL Annual Brat Fry

coming up February 21
The Kohler Police Athletic
League (KPAL) is selling tickets
for its annual brat fry to be held
Sunday, February 21 from 11:30
a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the Kohler Village Fire House. Each $5 ticket
is good for $5 in trade for food
or beverage at the brat fry (carry-outs available). Each ticket
will be entered for a chance to
win a door prize. Raffle tickets
will also be available for purchase
at the event.
Brats, burgers, chicken sand-

wiches, potato salad, beans, desserts, and drinks will be served.

Proceeds from the event go
toward KPAL Kohler youth programs.
Please watch for your neighborhood KPAL members and
youth who will be selling food/
beverage tickets door-to-door and
at various other locations for this
important event. If you havent
received tickets yet, contact Bill
Rutten at (920) 208-1021 or Jim
Tesmer at (920) 457-4722.



14th Annual SCTA/Sports

Core Family Challenge
Cup takes place March 12
The Sheboygan County Tennis
Association (SCTA) announces
the date for its annual fundraiser.
The SCTA Family Challenge Cup
will be held on Saturday, March
12, 2016 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m. at The Sports Core in Kohler.
Help support local youth tennis
by participating in this very fun
event. The 14th Annual Family Challenge Cup will consist of
doubles round robin play (e.g.,
possible teams: Mother/Daughter;
Grandmother/Grandson; etc.). All
tennis ability levels are welcome
to join as teams will be placed
into appropriate ability levels and
participants will compete in round
robin play against other teams
within the same ability level.
In addition to round robin tennis
play, tennis trivia and raffle prize
drawings make this a fun event for
all. The winning team goes home
with the traveling trophy cup for
the year. The Family Challenge
Cup is open to the public and you
do not need to be a member of the
Sports Core to participate. Entries
are limited and 100%HB
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ceeds will benefit youth tennis in

Sheboygan County. Participants
are limited to one entry.
Registration entry forms are
available at The Sports Core, by
sending an e-mail to the SCTA at, or by visiting
the SCTA web site at The deadline
for accepting registrations is Saturday, March 5, 2014.
Questions may be directed to
Darren Opel with the SCTA at
920-453-9695 or SCTA@live.
The SCTA is a local, grassroots
tennis organization whose mission
is to promote tennis, encourage
sportsmanship, and to provide
low cost tennis opportunities for
the youth of Sheboygan County.

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An Evening with the Empress of

Soul, Gladys Knight
Kohler Foundation welcomes
Gladys Knight to Kohler Memorial Theatre on Friday, March 11 at
8 p.m. as the season finale of the
2015-16 Distinguished Guest Series.
A seven-time Grammy winner,
Gladys Knight has enjoyed #1 hits
in Pop, Gospel, R&B and Adult
Georgia-born, Knight began
performing gospel music at age
four in the Mount Mariah Baptist Church and sang as a guest
soloist with the Morris Brown
College Choir. Three years later,
she won the grand prize on televisions Ted Macks Amateur
Hour, and the following year, her
mother Elizabeth Knight created
Gladys Knight and the Pips (with
Gladys brother and cousins). The
group debuted their first album in
1960, when Knight was just sixteen. With Knight singing lead
and The Pips providing lush harmonies and graceful choreography, the group went on to achieve
icon status, having recorded some
of the most memorable songs of
the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Top
20 hits, like Every Beat of My

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to many worthy causes, including

the American Diabetes Association, the American Cancer Society, the Minority AIDS Project,
amfAR, and The Boys and Girls
Club. The vibrant and tireless performer will appear in Kohler as
part of the 72nd season of the Distinguished Guest Series, presented by Kohler Foundation, adding
yet another world-class name to
the list of Kohler Distinguished
Tickets are available for this
special concert event at two price
points: $65/$55 for adults and
$32/$27 for students. Order tickets at
or (920) 458-1972. (Prices listed
do not reflect sales tax or minimal
service fees.) To keep up to date
on future Distinguished Guest Series events, follow Kohler Foundation on Facebook, Twitter, and
The Kohler Foundation is a
non-profit, private foundation that
supports arts, education, and art
preservation initiatives in Wisconsin.

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All told, Knight has recorded
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Kohler students
participate in Trees
for Tomorrow
Trees for Tomorrow, located in
Eagle River, Wisconsin, is an accredited natural resource specialty
school. The mission of Trees for
Tomorrow is to promote sustainable management of our resources
through transformative educational experiences.
This fall, seven high school students in Honors Biology at Kohler
High School participated in the
high school component at Trees
for Tomorrow. Founded in 1944
by nine paper companies, the
Trees for Tomorrow Natural Resources Education center is used
year round to educate students
about the natural environment in
Wisconsin, as well as its need for
preservation and restoration. The
program also teaches students
about various outdoor activities,
from recreation to survival, and
emphasizes leadership and cooperation principles.
Christy Zheng, Tilydia Xiong,
Tiffany Xiong, Hallie Wollin, Issie Smith, Frances Schueller, and
Rachel Safford were transported

to Eagle River, along with students from neighboring school

districts, to participate in Trees
for Tomorrow. During workshops
students contributred in field studies conducted in the forests, lakes,
and streams of the area. On the
trip, they joined in many activities
including learning survival skills
and geocaching. The group also
enjoyed a hike along the cliff sides
in the Porcupine Mountains in the
Upper Peninsula, where they got
to see breathtaking views over the
cliff as well as an old copper mining path with winding streams and
waterfalls. The student team stated that the trip not only taught important environmental skills, but
also gave them great leadership
skills and an even greater ability
to work as a team.
The students and the school
would like to thank all of the
sponsors who made the trip possible; Kohler Company and the
Sheboygan County Conservation

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Sheboygan County and the Volunteer Center of Ozaukee will each
receive a donation from Kohler
Credit Union thanks to the efforts
of credit union employees and
guests who participated in various fundraising activities at their
annual holiday party. The event
brought in $5000 which will be
equally split between the two
charities to help with their fundraising efforts.
brought in a total of $3,325
through items that were donated
by employees and various businesses in the community. The
credit union then donated $1,675
to bring the total to $5,000 to be
donated to the two charities.
Kohler Credit Union would
like to thank the businesses, organizations and affiliates that donated items for the holiday party.
Our organization is exceptionally
proud to be a part of such a generous community, said Tony Klockow, president of Kohler Credit
Pink Heals of Sheboygan County is a local non-profit organization that helps raise funds and creates immediate care for families
affected by cancer. Many times

funds raised are used to help alleviate the financial burden that
comes along with extensive medical care that these families endure. Pink Heals is a nationwide
movement with more than 50 Pink
Heals fire trucks across the United
States and Canada. One hundred
percent of proceeds donated to or
fundraised through this organization are used locally and serve our
neighbors in our community.
The Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County is a resource for more
than 70 community agencies and
non-profits in the county including those that focus on healthcare,
senior care, poverty, disasters, illiteracy and homelessness. It provides organizations a connection
point for finding volunteers and
resources they need to meet their
missions, which positively affect
the community they serve.
Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-profit, financial
cooperative, owned and governed
by its members. Membership is
open to anyone who lives or works
in Sheboygan, Calumet, Fond du
Lac, Manitowoc, Milwaukee,
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Kohler seventh grader advances to State

Spelling Bee
On Monday, January 18,
Kohler Elementary and Middle School held their annual
District Spelling Bee.
Students first competed in
their classes, then the winner from each third through
eighth grade class advanced
to the District Spelling Bee.
The winner of the Kohler
District Spelling Bee was

seventh grader Jia Phillips.

Second place went to eighth
grader Henry LeBlanc.
Jia went on to win the
CESA 7 Regional Spelling
Bee held at Acuity Insurance
on February 1. She will advance to compete in the Wisconsin State Spelling Bee in
Madison on March 18.

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Jia Phillips, winner of Kohler District Spelling Bee and the CESA
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in Madison on March 18.

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David Eis Joins Kohler Credit Union

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KOHLER, WI Kohler Credit

Union has named David Eis as
business relationship officer. In
his role, Eis will manage existing
business member relationships
and develop business lending
opportunities in the Sheboygan,
Manitowoc, Calumet and Fond
du Lac areas.
For nearly 80 years, Kohler
Credit Union has had a strong
presence in Sheboygan County
and has formed many outstanding business relationships. I am
pleased to lead our efforts in continuing this fine tradition of community service in Sheboygan,
Manitowoc, Calumet and Fond
du Lac Counties, said Eis.
Eis joins Kohler Credit Union
with 30 years of commercial
lending experience. He has specialized in the financial needs of
businesses in an array of indus-

tries in Sheboygan, Manitowoc,

Calumet and Brown County. Prior to joining the credit union, Eis
was vice president of business
development and commercial
lending at a financial institution
in Manitowoc. His extensive
business lending background
includes years of experience
with government lending programs such as SBA, WHEDA
and USDA. Additionally, he has
helped small business owners
with his experience in community Revolving Loan Funds (RLF).
Eis holds undergraduate degrees
in both business and marketing
from the University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc and participates
in continuing educational to ensure he can best meet the needs
of business owners.
Eis participates in community outreach programs and has

worked with many non-profit organizations over the years.

Presently he is board director/
chairman for Manitowoc County
Habitat for Humanity. Eis also
currently assists or has served
on various committees and board
of directors for United Way, Big
Brothers Big Sisters, Catholic Charities, and Rogers Street
Fishing Village.
Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-profit, financial
cooperative, owned and governed by its members. Membership is open to anyone who lives
or works in Sheboygan, Calumet,
Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington
or Waukesha County; as well as
their immediate family members
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KLC football program announces

2016 team captains
February 8, 2015 The high
school football program for
Kohler Lutheran Christian (KLC)
has recently announced their captains for the upcoming 2016 football season. The players are junior
running back/linebacker Sam
Kohler; junior center/linebacker
Luke Silvestri and junior quar-

terback/defensive back Brayden

Van Ess. All three players earned
all-conference selections last season, led by Van Ess, who was a
unanimous first team choice as
This is the first time the coaching staff has ever named captains
before the start of the football

season. We had great leadership from these juniors during

the 2015 football season, says
Matt Zavada, head coach of KLC.
These young men exhibit the
leadership qualities we need to
continue moving the program in
the right direction. Our thought is
simple let the leaders lead and

build chemistry and camaraderie

throughout the off-season, which
will pay big dividends this upcoming season. With the quality
and quantity of returning lettermen we have coming back, we
have very high expectations for
2016. Strong leadership will be
key to our success.

Last year the KLC cooperative

program had its first winning season in the history of the program,
finishing 6-3. They also qualified
for the playoffs for the first time,
bowing out to top-seed Freedom
in the first round.

Sam Kohler
Luke Silvestri

Kohler Athletic
Booster Club seeks
new leadership
The Kohler Athletic Booster
Club needs your help! At the end
of this school year, all 4 positions
on the Kohler Athletic Booster Club executive board will be
vacant, and an active search for
replacement candidates is underway. If new board members are
not replaced, the Booster Club
will disband and future funding
for Kohler athletics will be at
risk. New funding policies were
put in place over two years ago to
ensure all sports receive fair support from the Booster Club. The
Booster Club has proudly given
over $50,000 over the last three
years to support all Kohler sponsored athletics.
The Kohler Athletic Booster
Club is a volunteer organization
comprised of parents and community members whose common
goal is to enhance the athletic
experience for all Kohler High
School athletes and athletic teams.
The mission of the KABC is to:
To encourage and support athletes
and athletic programs at KHS.

Raise money to provide additional funding for all High

School athletic programs.
To stimulate interest in the
development and support of
all school sponsored athletic
To recognize the achievements
of individual athletes and
Assist in building team spirit,
school spirit, and sense of community pride.
The open positions are for
President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. The primary
responsibilities of an executive
board member is to fulfill the requirements of their position, and
to collaborate with other board
members, coaches and school officials to advance the goals of the
KABC. Specific activities and
tasks include:
Developing and conducting
fund raising events such as
Spirit wear sale, Golf Outing,
and Chili Cook-off.
Recruiting volunteers to sup-

port fund raising projects and

staff concession stand during
High School sporting events.
Managing the organizations
financial transactions and distribution of funds to athletic
Maintain and manage concession stand product inventories.
Engage with school officials
to support long term projects
such as Ebben Field renovation, Weight Room equipment
replacement, and other athletic
facilities improvements.
If you have a talent for organizing, enjoy working with people,
and a desire to get involved with
Kohler High School Athletics,
then the KABC needs you. Anyone interested in being considered
for the open positions should contact Matt Maggi Pres. KABC
at or
please plan on attending an upcoming KABC Executive board
meeting. Future dates are March
7, April 4, and May 2.

Brayden Van Ess

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Fourth Annual In Celebration of

Chocolate brings dessert industry
masters to Destination Kohler
Chicagos Toni Roberts Joins Cocoa-Themed Soiree at the
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Chicago-based pastry chef Toni
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Feb. 19-21, 2016. The three-day
chocolate-centric experience will
feature cocoa-inspired dinners,
culinary and educational demonstrations, traditional and untraditional pairings, and the opportunity to taste Kohler Co.s sweetest
product: KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates.

During the event, Roberts will host Putting it

All Together: Dark Chocolate Smores Parfait at
the Main Stage on Saturday, February 20 from
2-3pm. The educational
cooking demonstration
will show guests how to
create her signature treat
inspired by a campfire
favorite. Roberts will instruct chocolate lovers on how to
make the three components: dark

(also known as the
best chocolate pudding ever), cinnamon
graham crackers, and
rosemary vanilla bean
marshmallow fluff.
Roberts oversees the
pastry kitchen at the
AAA Four-Diamond
hotel, theWit, ChicaKohler Co. Photo
go. As Executive Pastry Chef, Roberts is responsible
for the vision and orchestration

of witty indulgences and dessert

creations throughout the property.
Roberts graduated from The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
with an Associate of Baking and
Pastry Arts in 2005.
Joining Roberts is Donald
Wressell, Executive Pastry Chef
at the renowned Guittard Chocolate Company, Destination
Kohlers Executive Pastry Chef
and World Pastry Champion Josh
Johnson, KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Head Chocolatier

Anette Righi DeFendi recently

named one of the Top Ten Chocolatiers in North America by Dessert Professional Magazine and
Lucas Oppeneer, The American
Clubs Head Chef (Banquets).
The complete schedule for In
Celebration of Chocolate can
be found online. Two overnight
packages are available Chocolate Indulgence and Sweet Treat,
starting at $161 per person. For
reservations, call (800) 344-2838.

Culinary Happenings Top Calendar of

Events at Destination Kohler
Inaugural Chefs Night opened the culinary season
Talented chefs
of The Kitchens of
Kohler are set to
host educational and
experiential events
in 2016. Inaugurating the culinary
season of signature
events was the
first Chefs Night
where chefs merged
together for a culi- Chef Paul Smitala
nary night of meet,
greet and eat on January 7 at the
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 1-800344-2838 or visit
2016 Calendar of
Culinary Events
In Celebration of
Kohler Co. Photo
Chocolate February
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 twohour session where
participants will go
through the stepby-step process of
making chocolate at
The Secrets of Chocolate A Hands-On
Experience. Chef
Johnson is set to
host a variety of
Chef Josh Johnson
captivating sessions:
Ice Cream Making: From Lean
to Mean, The World of Macarons
and DIY - 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, through April
The annual Demonstration Kitch-

en 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
Kohler Co. Photo
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
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

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

Kohler Cinema Night
Saturday showings at Appley Theater
Doors open at 5pm, movie starts
at 5:30pm
Admission is $4 per person
2015-16 Schedule
March 26 - Despicable Me 2
April 23 - Minions Movie

Concession Stand
Serve: 5pm to 7:30 pm
Fresh Popcorn @$2.00 each
Candy @$1.00 each
Concession Beverages
Serve: 5pm to 7:30pm
Hot Chocolate @$1.00 each

Juice Box @$1.00 each

Gatorade @$2.00 each
Bottled Water @$1.00
Assorted Soft Drinks
@$1.00 each
Fox Brook Cabernet Sauvignon
@$5.00 glass

Albertoni Chardonnay @$5.00

Spotted Cow @$5.00 bottle
Miller Lite @$4.00 bottle
Children under the age of 13
should be accompanied by an

Programming Subject to Change.

Admission to this event constitutes implied consent to be
photographed and to have those
photographs published by Kohler
Co. in any manner for commercial purposes.