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Emma Herold Named to College of
STEM education at
Kohler Schools gets a William & Mary Swimming Team
boost from the Kohler
School Foundation and
Prevea Health
Submitted by Kohler School
Foundation
Did you ever imagine your
child’s science fair project would
define his or her lifelong career?
That is exactly how Paul Stokstad,
the founder of PASCO Scientific Inc., got started. As a junior at
Pearl River High School in New
York, Stokstad developed a simple machine to test an electron’s
charge. The machine was written
up in a science journal and soon
nearby high schools were asking for a copy. Out of this small
idea, Stokstad built a $45 million
company that designs, engineers,
manufactures and sells equipment
for teaching science in middle and
high schools, colleges and universities globally, including Kohler
Schools.
Kohler School’s relationship
with PASCO began in 2003 when
the company awarded the district a
grant to begin augmenting its science and technology curriculum.
Since that time, the science department has added PASCO software and equipment to the classroom further enhancing students’
understanding and motivation for
science and innovation.
The demand for STEM (Sci-

ence, Technology, Engineering
and Math) professionals continues to be on the rise in Wisconsin
and throughout the world. Jobs
on the cutting-edge of technological advances, from earth sciences
to virtual reality, will continue to
demand well-trained individuals
with the skills necessary to tackle problems on a global scale. At
the 2015 Fall Follies, the Kohler
School Foundation’s supporters,
partnering with Prevea Healthcare, raised over $30,000 to secure
new PASCO equipment to further
enhance the science department’s
capabilities. Biological Sciences
teacher, Ms. Jessie Good, commented she is, “excited to continue
to bring the best in scientific practices to the classrooms of Kohler
Public Schools.” Representatives
from PASCO will be in town this
summer to conduct professional
development on the new equipment for the Kohler Schools’ science teachers to put in the hands
of students in the 2016-17 school
year.
In addition to new probes and
sensors, the equipment also includes highly advanced, robust
software for data collection and
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Swim coach Amy Silvestri, Grandmother Mary K. Schmidt, sister Claudia, Emma, brother Ben, and mother Suzie.
– Photo, John Wheeler

Kohler, WI – Emma Herold,
daughter of Drs. Jeff and Suzie
Herold, signed a Letter of Agreement as a member of College of
William & Mary’s Division I
Swimming Team on April 15. The
celebration took place at Kohler
High School among Herold’s
family, the senior class, and swim
coaches and teammates.
Accepted to College of William
& Mary’s Class of 2020, Herold
will be taking her place on the
women’s swimming roster for the
2016-2017 season. Herold has
dedicated the last 10 years of her
life to swimming. As a member
of Ozaukee Aquatics Swim Team
and KLF Varsity Swim team, her
dedication has been demonstrated

through approximately 16 hours
a week at the pool and hourlong commutes to practice. Herold’s swim coach, Amy Silvestri,
shared, “Emma exemplifies what
it is to be a student athlete. She is
a hard worker in the classroom,
in the pool and is a leader to her
teammates. I am so happy she
has the opportunity to compete
for a great University for the next
four years. She will be missed in
Kohler, but we are excited for her
bright future.”
The College of William & Mary
is one of eight “Public Ivy” universities and located in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is the second
oldest college in the nation, but
also a cutting-edge research uni-

versity. The student body at the
college are exceptional scholars,
athletes, activists, and volunteers.
Herold will fit perfectly among
her peers on the campus this fall.

Emma Herold with celebratory cake
– Photo, John Wheeler

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Performing Arts
Organization “Let’s Get
Reel” highlights
Submitted by PAO
On Saturday, April 23, the
Performing Arts Organization
held their nineteenth annual
auction. It was an evening of fun
and excitement. The event raised
funds to be used toward future
scholarships and performance
tours for the band and choir.
This successful evening is due
to the tremendous support and
charitable donations offered by
many local corporations and
individuals. Please visit the music
department website to view all
of our generous sponsors. In
addition, a very special thank you
to the enthusiastic and dedicated
auction committee and students
for donating their time and talents
to create a successful event!
Chairperson: Beth Tengowski
Consultant: Lynn Maass
Silent Auction-Donor Database:
Joni Stefanczyk
Silent Auction-Data Entry:
Evelyn Baka
Silent Auction-Displays: Judy
Waniorek
Procurement: Kathy Hillstrom
and Marla Olsen
Live Auction: Nina HughesBrohn, and Marie TomlinBoerner
Menu/Venue: Beth Tengowski
Graphic Design/Invites: Vicki
Friske
Invitations: Marcia Adams
Print Publicity: Vicki Friske,
Richard Tengowski and Mary
Struck
Online Publicity: Jodi
Ducharme
Call Committee: Jean Puls,
Jenny Roach, and Donna

Schwinn Roblee
RSVP/Event Seating: Sarah
Hapeman, Kathy Hoekstra,
Donna Schwinn Roblee, Jen
Vallo and Jessica Warren
Raffles: Wendy Kukla and
Kristin Otte
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Laura Conklin, and Sonja
Heins
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Baka, Amy Gutschow, Joni
Stefanczyk and Judy Waniorek
Decorations: Heidi Becker,
Vicki Friske, Lynn Maass, Jean
Puls and Liz Sprinkman
Event Registration: Gary and
Laurie Lindow, Troy and Jenny
Roatch
Slide/AV Show: Rich Tengowski
Auctioneer: Daven Claerbout
Emcees: Kevin Delahunt and
Lisa Morrissett
Event Data Entry: Sonja Heins
and Tracy Maggi
Cashiers: Erin Kanz, Mary
Kral, Nancy Madigan, and
Tandra Sbrocco
Performances: Lori Hucke,
Wendy Kukla, and Rich
Tengowski
PAO Instant Mini-Wine Cellar:
Judy Waniorek
Student Coordinators: Linda
Neil

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Mary L. Verhelst (1942 - 2016)
Mary
L.
Verhelst,
age 73, found peace on
Wednesday, April 20,
2016. She was born November 8, 1942 to Gottlieb
and Lenore (Ingelse) Kober of Kohler. Mary was a
lifelong resident of Kohler
Village. She attended and
graduated from Kohler School,
Class of 1960. In 1967 she married Marvin Verhelst of Sheboygan. For several years after graduation, Mary worked as a secretary
in the main office at Kohler Co.
Mary loved being a mom. After
beginning her own family, she was
“mom” to over 200 kids, providing child care in her home for over
20 years. Later in life, she worked
for and retired from Kohl’s Department Store.
Mary was a talented seamstress,
creating costumes for the Kohler
Village Players with her friend
Arlette. She was well known for
her artistic abilities and enjoyed
crafting with her friend Bernice.

They displayed their
work at numerous shows,
as long as Jerry packed
up the van! Her love of
art and crafting continued
throughout the rest of her
life. Mary’s latest hobby was cardmaking with
her friend, Sue. She also
enjoyed playing Bingo and never
missed an opportunity to “go up
north!” Mary was very proud of
living in Kohler and was happy to
help with the Kohler Centennial
book, as she loved the Village’s
history. She will be remembered
most for her great sense of humor,
her love of entertaining and her
amazing party planning.
Mary is survived by her loving daughters Amy Lyn (Andrew) Pace of Kohler and Heidi
Jo (Mark) Thun of Sheboygan;
cherished grandsons Connor and
Blake Thun; and her dear brother
Michael (Ruth) Kober of Cottage
Grove, Oregon. She is further
survived by Marvin’s children:

Mary Jane (Larry) Dassler, Mark
(Margie) Verhelst, Marilyn (Terry)
Dye, Marie Wiesner, and Marcia
Spettel; cousin Joan, and numerous other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by
her parents; brother David Kober;
and beloved husband Marvin.
Funeral Service for Mary was
held on April 26 at Bethany Lutheran Church with Pastor Robert
Steele officiating. Private inurnment was in Wildwood Cemetery
in Sheboygan.
Amy and Heidi would like to
share their heartfelt and sincere
gratitude to her many supportive
and helpful friends, especially Pat
and Don, Patty, Elsie, and Dick
for making sure she continued to
get out and enjoy life. They would
also like to thank Jenny, CiJade,
Lisa and Dr. Brooks, and the entire 4K Staff at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital.
Online condolences may be
found at www.ballhornschapels.
com.

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Plans are already being made for
the twentieth annual event in 2016.
The Performing Arts Organization
would like to invite you to become
involved in this exciting event. If
you are interested, feel free to call
Richard Tengowski or Lori Hucke
at Kohler High School.

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STEM,

Continued from page 1
analysis. In addition to data-shar- High school chemistry and physing capabilities, the new software ics teacher, Ms. Dana Krejcarek
has the ability to wirelessly com- states, “Kohler students will be
municate the entire lab experience even better prepared for the next
including graphing and analyz- generation of careers.”
ing data. The package includes
This, in fact, was Stokstad’s goal
interactive activities that guide when forming his company more
students through the process of than fifty years ago. “It’s been a
inquiry, all while promoting criti- long time since that science fair
cal thinking and group discussion. project,” he says on the company’s

web site, “but I can still remember
that thrill of discovery, and my
great wish is that we can help all
students have the opportunity of
an authentic science experience,
at every age and in every country.” Certainly a timely message
as Kohler students embark on this
year’s science fair projects.

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Kohler middle school, and swims
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Kohler 8th grade boys
dominate at state
invitational

KLC Youth football
registration for 2016
season is May 16
KLC Youth Football is back for yet another exciting and successful
season this year. On Monday, May 16, a registration and informational
meeting will be held in the Kohler Cafeteria. A coaches and parents
meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. This meeting is informational in nature
and parents to ask any questions they may have.
Kids entering grades 5-8 for the 2016-2017 school-year are eligible to
play.
Whether planning to sign up, or simply seeking to learn more about the
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before the meeting may be emailed to klcfootball@gmail.com.

Front from left: Connor Cassidy, Carter Gebler, Davis Maki, Back: Noah Ertel, Leo Fink, Tyler Roeder, Ian Kanz, Collin Adams, Griffin Otte.

The Kohler 8th grade boys
basketball team participated in
the Wisconsin State Invitational
Championship Tournament in
Stevens Point on April 2 and 3,
2016. This tournament, which
was organized by The Great
Northwest Basketball League,
brought together 112 of the top
community-based 8th grade boys
basketball teams from all across
the State of Wisconsin.

The Kohler 8th grade boys team
played in Division 4/5, finishing in
4th place. The results of Kohler’s
seven games were as follows:

1st – 8th Place Quarterfinals:
Kohler 42, Crivitz 31

Pool Play:
Kohler 29, Marathon 15
Kohler 38, Siren 24
Kohler 50, Iowa-Grant 42

3rd Place Game:
Iola-Scandinavia 43, Kohler 33

Round of 16:
Kohler 34, McDonell Central 23

1st – 4th Place Semi-Finals:
Stratford 49, Kohler 26

The Kohler team is coached by
Jay Maki. Carter Gebler was
named to the All-Tournament
team for Division 4/5.

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lives. It can lead to sleepless
nights and limit people from doing everyday tasks and the activities they love.
On Tuesday, May 10, Prevea
Spine Center will host Talking
“Back,” a free presentation on
ways people can effectively
manage their back pain through
non-surgical and surgical treatment options. Key speakers from

the Prevea Spine Center
include: Jose Armendariz,
MD, primary care sports
M
medicine physician; Tracy
me
Lyons, DC, chiropractor;
Ly
and Jeffrey Jacoby, MD, oran
thopedic spine surgeon.
Talking “Back”
Tuesday, May 10
6 to 7 p.m.
Pine Hills Country Club, 4914
Superior Ave., Sheboygan
Space is limited and preregistration is requested by calling (920) 272-3355 or by visiting
www.prevea.com/events.

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Grace UCC announces
several events in May
A Mother’s day Tribute - May 8
In honor of Mother’s Day, May
8, the Children’s Choir will contribute a significant service to the
worship service at 10:00. The
Children’s Choir, under the direction of Mr. Curt Joa, will sing five
anthems during the service. These
anthems will be drawn for songs
that they have sung over the past
ten months. The service will also
include an inspirational message
drawing on the everlasting input
that parents give to their children.
The public is invited to join us in
this wonderful and uplifting service. Grace UCC is located at 500
School Street in Kohler.

Confirmation May 15
On May 15th, at the service at
10:00, the members of Grace
UCC will welcome into full membership three young people who
will confirm their faith in the
Triune God of Christianity. The
three candidates have met over
the past two years to come to an
understanding of what the Christian faith means to them and have
decided to make a public witness
in their confession of faith. The
young people will also receive
their first communion, confirming
their unity with God made known
through Jesus the Christ.

Email your Kohler church news to kohlervillager@charter.net. (Boxed
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Kohler English class students
present projects at statewide

Some of the presentation props created by Kohler
students for discussion of traditional Chinese folk
story, Monkey.

From left: Luke Silvestri, Hank Biznek, Hunter Lewinski, and
Elise Schlect.
– Submitted photo

Kohler High School English students traveled to
Madison, Wisconsin on April 20 to present their projects in front of 800 high school students from around
the state, who read a traditional Chinese folk story
entitled Monkey. Students then discussed the text
with college professors, graduate students, and the
other high school students.
Kohler was led by Elise Schlecht as its Plenary
Presenter, who discussed the implications of Chinese Mythology on modernist society. Other project
creations were original paintings, a grandiose poem,
a story book, a revolutionary board game, and a
podcast. In total, Kohler had 13 students attend the
statewide conference. It was the fourth year that the

Kohler English Department has been a part of the
ever-growing program. Next year the students will
be tackling Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Kohler High
School salutes all students involved.

Join us for spring fun as we celebrate the
opening of Wade House for the summer!
Historic horse-drawn plowing demonstrations, food
from Wade House kitchens, outdoor toys & games,
historic base ball on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 PM

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Class offerings
at Intentions
Meditation Training Class
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher has been meditating for 30
years and teaching meditation for
ten years. In this informative and
relaxing class, participants will
learn: the benefits of meditation,
how and when to meditate, focused attention, and how to slow
down and release the mind’s endless chatter. Students will practice
meditating and each individual
will receive a customized meditation based on their goals and energy scan.
Date: Sunday, May 15, 2016
Time: 9:30am – 11:30am
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Where: Held at Intentions

124 Pine St, Sheboygan Falls

Cinco de Mayo

May 5, 5:00-9:00 pm
2 tacos for $5
Patron Margaritas for $5

Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet
May 8, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

5-Course Wine Dinner

Ace Reiki Golf Seminar

Thursday, May 12, 6:30 pm

Golf Academy’s Mental Imagery
speaker, John Oestreicher will
present how this ancient energy
practice can help improve your
golf game. You will learn how it
can help sharpen your mental focus, develop better intuition, and
encourage an overall increase in
confidence. Participants will receive a $65.00 Saving Certificate
for an Ace Reiki session.
Date: Sunday, May 15, 2016
Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Fee: No charge
Where: Held at Intentions

Wine and Paint
Thursday, May 19, 6:30 pm
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grades 1-6 now available!

1907 N. 20th St., Sheboygan
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M-F 6am – 6pm

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small engine equipment. Push & riding mowers, garden tillers, lawn edgers, leaf blowers,
etc. Basic servicing at your home or will pick
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER

prom 2016
Prom 2016 is scheduled
for Saturday, May 7th at the
Waelderhaus from 8:00-12:00.
Music will be from 8:00 until
midnight with the presentation
of prom court at 9:15. The
professional photographer will
be taking pictures from 8:00 until
9:00.All students 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
crowning ceremony. Due to the
necessary restrictions on numbers
in the Waelderhaus balcony, we
must ask that parents honor this
two person limit so that we don’t
jeopardize our ability to use this
beautiful prom facility.
Parents may begin to enter at
9:00 and proceed to the balcony
15 minutes before crowning

ceremony which is held at 9:15.
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
becomes warm, students may
walk outside but must remain
in the supervised flagstone area
immediately 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 freshman is allowed
as this is a senior, junior,
sophomore Prom only.

s r o s z Kohler Spring Band Concert s ros z
On Monday, May 9 the Kohler
Band Department will present
its final concert of the school
year. The concert, featuring the
Sixth Grade Band, Concert and
Symphony Band, will begin at
7:30 p.m. in the Kohler Memorial

Theatre.
Some of the selections to be
performed include Boogie Woogie
Bugle Boy, Festivo, Shenandoah
Valley, Flourish for Olana, Drive,
and Golden Eagle March.
You don’t want to miss this final

concert of the school year!
The Kohler Bands are under the
direction of Richard Tengowski.
The concert is free and open to the
public.

Friday, December 16

Summer Music Scholarships
1:45 p.m.

The
Performing
Arts Information regarding the various
Organization is sponsoring partial summer music camps is included
summer music camp
scholarships
on Theatre
the website. Forms must be
Kohler
Memorial
to middle school music students. turned into Mrs. Hucke or Mr.
We are requesting that students Tengowski by May 4.
fill out the Kohler Performing
Funds earned at the PAO
Arts Organization Scholarship Auction on April 23 will be
Application form found on divided amongst those who have
the music department website. applied for a scholarship. All

scholarships will be sent directly
to the summer camp. A letter will
be sent to you notifying you of the
balance due upon your arrival at
the summer camp.
For more information, contact
Mrs. Hucke or Mr. Tengowski.

CABARET 2016

KOHLER HIGH SCHOOL
Jazz Ensemble
&
Swing Choir

Kohler Elementary Spring Musical
Friday, May 20th - Kohler Memorial Theater
2:00 p.m. GRADES 1-5
9:45 a.m. GRADES JK-SK
Gr.1: Broadway Musicals
Gr.2: Jazz Music
Gr.3: Country Music
Gr.4: Rock & Roll
Gr.5: Pop Music

Kohler Kare accepting
applications for
summer
Applications are now being accepted for the
Summer Kohler Kare at the Kohler School
for the June 13-August 26 session. Children
starting JK in the 2016 school year through 5th
grade may attend and do not have to attend Kohler
School. The summer day consists of outdoor play,
attending Kohler Village Recreation Department
Programs and Lessons, Library Time, Cooking
Classes, Computer Classes, and Field Trip Thursday with swimming each day at the Kohler Pool. Applications can be
picked-up with Mrs. Neil in the Kohler School Cafeteria or printed
from Kohler School web page under Kohler Kare. You may email Mrs.
Neil at neill@kohler.k12.wi.us or phone 920-803-7250.

Wednesday, May 11th
7:00 p.m.
Kohler Cafeteria
$3.00 Adult
$1.00 Student

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Kohler Arts Festival

Thursday, May 19th
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Kohler School Event Lobby

Kohler Science Teachers
Present at National NSTA
Conference
Kohler science teachers, Jessie Good
and Dana Krejcarek, presented as part of
the “Extravaganza” at the National Science
Teacher Association national conference
in Nashville, Tennessee. The presentation
was part of the Association of Presidential
Awardees in Science Teaching series. Other
groups presenting included; the Council for
Elementary Science International, the NSTA
Committee on Preschool-Elementary Science Teaching, Science & Children authors
and reviewers, the Society of Elementary
Presidential Awardees, and the Association
of Presidential Awardees – Secondary. The
conference focus was to present the latest
in science content, teaching strategies, best
practices, and research to enhance and expand teacher’s professional development.
The Nashville conference was planned
around four strands enabling attendees to
focus on a specific area of interest. Over
15,000 science educators from across the
country participated in this national convention held March 31 through April 2.

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Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
March 14, 2016

Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 7:24 p.m. in the
Kohler Public Library. Chad Hamilton called roll. The following
board members were present: Marlene Yang, Chad Hamilton,
Christina Koberstein and Pete Schueller.
Statement of Public Notice
March 11, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Chad moved to approve the agenda. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Persons Requesting to Address Members of the Board of
Education
David Warner stated that there should be parental feedback in
teacher evaluations.

Presentation to Marlene Yang for years of service to the
Kohler School District
Christina presented a plaque to honor Marlene Yang for her six
years of service to the Kohler School District. The plaque will be
place on the Ebben Field concession stand wall.
Board President’s Report (Marlene Yang)
As my Board President’s report I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the community for putting its trust in me
these past 6 years. I have appreciated your votes of support.
To past board members who I have also had the pleasure to
have worked or served with: Diane Venn, Dr. Jane Bishop, Laura
Kohler, John Suralik, Nancy Case, Matt Kautzer, and Diane
Kelly—Thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with
the community and Board. When board members with differing
viewpoints, experiences, and opinions are able to work together,
the synergies that are created can be unbelievably effective in
setting the strategic direction of a school district. It has been an
honor working with this strong professional group of individuals.
To current board members: Christina, your support of the
administration to develop a communication strategy goes well
beyond the role of “board member”—thank you for the time and
expertise you have donated to this important effort. Chad, my
understanding and appreciation of good governance practices
has grown exponentially in this past year. For this, my sincerest
thank you. I would have liked for us to have known each other
better. Pete, I look forward to continuing to work with you on
future village projects.
To the administration—Quynh, Paula, Lisa, Tim, Cindy and
Doug—For your continued diligence at always keeping students
and student learning as the priority and as the basis on which
you make all decisions. My most appreciative thank you. The
work you do is so very important.
Now it is time for the next generation of servant-leaders. To
them, you have my support.
Superintendent’s Report (Quynh Trueblood)
This spring, the administration’s time and energy is dedicated to
planning for the next school year. Every decision bears weight
on how well the year will start and finish, and sets the path for
the good work carried out in between.
Our time and energy are going to:
1. Hiring the best. The search and selection process is well
underway for a number of key positions: elementary teacher,
middle and high school science teacher, library information
literacy teacher, music teacher, athletic and activities
director, and buildings and grounds manager;
2. Producing a preliminary budget;

3. Performance evaluations;
4. Developing the master schedule of teaching sections and
assignments; and
5. Course offerings and registration for classes at the high
school.
Elementary Principal’s Report (Lisa Greene)

rubric establishing a level of proficiency. Students can score
anywhere from a “I” to a “V”.
Class C is entry level
Class B is standard high school level
Class A is the difficult level consisting of Concertos, Sonata and
music of challenging technical facility

PBIS
Our focus this month is on unkind/rude behavior vs. bullying,
and working on strategies to deal with these behaviors. Laura
Multer, the school counselor is working with the teachers to
provide them some appropriate materials to assist addressing
this topic.
Assessment
Act testing is complete.
Forward Exam for Grades 3-8 (and grade 10 for Social Studies)
is March 28-May 20

Those students participating in Class A who earn a top score
(based on the rubric) receive a I* which qualifies the students
for a performance at the state level. This year, the music
department earned 51 I* ratings that qualified - a school record.
Very impressive for a small school. (When I started in 1987 - we
had 3 state qualifiers. Times have changed:-)

The elementary staff and students are looking forward Jack and
the Beanstalk Opera coming tomorrow. The elementary staff
are having discussions regarding homework and how it fits into
our curriculum and philosophy.
We are getting our staff in place for next year. We are in the
middle of the hiring process for the Media and Information
Literacy position, and will be interviewing for a 3rd grade
position next week. We have had a high volume of applicants,
so I am looking forward to securing a few more amazing
teachers for Kohler Schools.
MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy Brown)

Co-op w/ West Bend Ski Team
Kohler High School is pared as a co-op team with West
Bend. The co-op team competed in the Wisconsin
Interscholastic Alpine Racing Association. The team came in
7th overall. A Kohler student, Sean Delahunt, skied varsity for
the team. Congratulations to Sean and the team!
2016-17 School Year
The middle and high school has been focusing on course
registration and scheduling for the 2016-17 school year. Class
registration materials will be given out at the end of this week
(March 18th) with scheduling to occur by the second week in
April.
Review of District Finances
Matt Kautzer reported the 2015-2016 budget is on-track this
year. The preliminary budget will be approved in June.

Kohler Public Schools Strategic Plan
This past month the high school addressed how we approach
student balance from a staff perspective. We are working on
creating a healthy dialogue between staff, as well as between
students, staff, and parents. To these ends, we are on schedule
to hone in on a shared philosophy and best practices we can
all agree to, one that we support, and can document to help all
students in our learning community become inspired, engaged
and achieve.

Consent Agenda
Approval of February 22, 2016 Board Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices

Staffing
The Kohler School District is also committed to find and retain
the highest quality staff and to continue the work of the SchoolLife Balance Initiative. At this time, we have identified excellent
candidates for our Activities Director, will be interviewing for the
Middle and High School science position this week, as well as
completing the application process for our Choir position.

 Interscholastic athletic presentation for summer and fall by
Doug Bocchini
Christina moved to approve the consent agenda. Pete
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.

NHD
The Kohler Middle and High School had a record breaking
National History Day Regional competition. 5 High School
entries, 16 Middle School entries, and 6 alternates entries
qualified for the State National History Day competition in
Madison. Among the awards, Bridget Bullard and the group
of Issac Hartmann and Tanner Thyes won “Labor Awards” for
highlighting American Labor History. Congratulations to all of
our entries and students!
Solo and Ensemble Festival
Kohler was the host sight of the Wisconsin School Music
Association District Solo & Ensemble Music Festival. Kohler
had approximately 200 events - solos, small ensembles and
large groups such as swing choir and jazz band perform on
Saturday, Feb. 27th.
It is a music festival and not a competition, so students are
adjudicated on a standard. Each performance is rated on a

Reports of the Finance Committee
 Review of the budget
Reports of the Committee of the Whole—
 Strategic Communication Framework Presentation by Sue
Peterson, School Perceptions LLC

Action and/or Discussion Items
Interview candidates for the board vacancy
Statements were given by Megan Drevline and Steve Cassady
(in absentia).
Appoint new board member
Paper ballots were distributed. Three votes for Steve Cassady;
one vote for Megan Drevline.
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. Pete seconded
the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Pete-aye, Chad-aye,
Christina-aye, Marlene-aye. The meeting entered into closed
session at 8:25 pm.
Adjournment
Pete moved to enter into open session. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Pete moved to adjourn the meeting. Christina
seconded the motion. The meeting adjourned at 9:15 pm.

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BLACKWOLF RUN
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Saturday June 25th
8:00 am Shotgun start

Day includes: 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and two beverage tickets

Pick up forms at Kohler School or Village Hall
Registration Deadline: June 14th
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VILLAGE VIEW
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KOHLER FIRE DEPARTMENT BRAT FRY

On Sunday, May 1, 2016, the Kohler Volunteer Fire Department is having its
annual brat fry at the Fire Station from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. Here’s
a chance to enjoy some great food and refreshments, and at the same
time show your appreciation to the firefighters who give so much
time and effort, and risk their own lives to make our community
safer. Proceeds from the fry are used to purchase special fire/rescue equipment,
subsidize a portion of our business and social expenses, support various community youth programs, local area Fire/Rescue projects, and fund a scholarship
in Police/Fire Sciences.
Advance sale tickets are available from all members of the Fire Department,
and we will be selling door-to-door throughout the Village in the weeks preceding the fry for your convenience. The ticket packs cost $5, and are worth $5 in
trade at the fry, and also give you a chance at our nice selection of prizes

Thank you for your support! See you on Sunday, May 1, 2016

FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW

www.kohlervillage.org
5/2
Property Committee
4:30 pm
5/4
Library Board (at Library)
12:30 pm
5/9
Village Board
5:30 pm
5/26
Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, unless otherwise indicated.

FROM POLICE CHIEF BILL RUTTEN

www.kohlerpolice.com
EMS Week May 15th-21st: The Kohler Police Department is the Village of Kohler’s First Responder Unit. The
police officers are either all First Responders or Emergency
Medical Technicians. The Kohler Police Department in addition to responding to accidents, officers routinely respond
to medical calls in the Village and provide the first level of
care until a paramedic arrives. The Kohler Police Department takes this role very seriously and invests in training
and equipment to provide the best First Responder services
it can. I’m proud of our officers and their commitment to
this service and I hope that you are too.
Bike Safety Day: The Kohler Police Department is again
sponsoring the Bike Safety Day on Saturday June 11th.
Bike inspections start at 11:30 a.m. and the obstacle course
will start at12:30 pm. The event is being held at the Village Hall. Licenses are required and are available for $2.50
for any bikes with wheels larger than 16." A detailed flyer
is located on our website at www.kohlerpolice.com. Bike
license forms are on the website too, it could be filled out
before you arrive. There will be forms available the day of,
but it would make that portion go more quickly. All participants will receive an inspection of their bike, a free helmet
and a bike accessory. We will also be supplying free soda
and chips after the day’s events.

FROM DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS
BRETT EDGERLE
YARD WASTE
As a reminder, brush (tree branches) must be neatly
piled in four-foot lengths. The maximum diameter is six
inches. No brush with thorns will be picked up. Thorny
material must be cut up and put in the cart with the green
lid. Brush not complying will be tagged and not picked
up. Do not rake leaves and debris into the street. Curbside
leaf collection is in the fall only.
LANDSCPAPE MULCH
Residents looking for landscape mulch are encouraged
to call the Public Works Department at 459-3881. Mulch
will be delivered to your home for $10/Cubic Yard. Deliveries will be on Fridays only.
ROAD WORK
Road work will continue through the end of June. The
road work will consist of new full depth asphalt in East
Park Lane, South Road, Grafton Court, Market Street,
Church Street (south of School Street), Sunset Road and
Hawthorn Lane. The road work will also replace some
curbing, driveway approaches, and sidewalks. Expect
some disruptions to your normal routines, and please drive
courteously and safely. Please contact the Department of
Public Works at 459-3881 for more details. Thank you for
your cooperation.
CEMETERY WREATHS
All Christmas wreaths need to be removed from the cemetery by May 15th.

GARAGE SALE SIGNS
One temporary “garage sale” or “for sale” sign shall be
permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs located on public
property will be removed by the Public Works Department
or Police Department.
BUILDING PERMITS
A reminder that building permits are required for new
structures, additions, remodeling, accessory structures,
pools, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, siding, roofing, fences, signs, modifications over $1,000 in market value, and
driveways. Any questions about building permits and/or
permit fees can be directed to Brett Edgerle at 459-3881
or bedgerle@kohlervillage.org. Permit application forms
are also available on our website –
www.kohlervillage.org.
It is necessary to have approval from Kohler Co. and the
Village Planning Commission, if stated in your property
deed, before construction begins on projects including, but
not limited to, fences, accessory buildings, garages, home
additions and decks. Guidelines as to what needs to be
submitted to Kohler Co. and the Village Planning Commission are available at either www.kohlervillage.org or
the Public Works Department.
STORABLE SWIMMING POOLS
Storable swimming pools require an annual $50 permit. A
storable pool is any pool, which holds 1000 gallons of water or more. Storable pools must be located 35 feet from
all lot lines and meet ALL electrical codes for the pump.
STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION
To meet the Village’s stormwater permit education requirements and to be environmentally friendly, residents
need to be aware that storm drains located throughout the
village discharge directly to the Sheboygan River. Please
do not dump liquids or pet waste into the storm inlets.
When you wash your vehicle, wash it on the grass to minimize dirt and detergent from flowing directly down your
driveway and into the storm inlets.

FROM AQUATICS DIRECTOR SONJA HEINS

Kohler Pool News
The Kohler Pool is open. Spring hours for open swim are:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-7:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:30-4:00 p.m. Kohler Residents are free. Non-Residents are charged $1 if you are with a resident. If you are
not with a resident the cost is $3.

FROM RECREATION DEPARTMENT MANAGER
AMY SILVESTRI

Registration for Summer Recreation Programs is open.
There are a variety of camps for children: T-ball, Bantam
Baseball, girls softball, tennis and soccer camp. For more
information on the camps or to register please visit our
website: recreation.kohlervillage.org.
VILLAGE BOARD
The Village Board approved the following items during
their March 14 meeting:
• Operator’s licenses as requested.
• Temporary Class B beer license for Kohler Volunteer Fire
Department for 5/1/16.
• Hiring of Adam Multer and Joseph Kay for the Youth
Center, and Suzanne Young for the swimming pool.
• Hiring of a part-time coordinator to develop a Senior Program to be funded by the United Way.
• January 2016 Revenue & Expense reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
• Animal variance application submitted by Laura & James
Conklin, 315 Ridgeway.

Village President Thomas
Schnettler presents Village
Trustee John Pethan with
a plaque in appreciation of
his years of service on the
Village Board.
• Ordinance 2016-3, Chronic Nuisance Premises.
• Reimbursing resident for additional plumbing charges.
• Police Department locker room project, amount not to
exceed $21,000.
• Cemetery platting services from AECOM, cost $7,900.
• Building permit for Kohler Swing Studio & Golf Shop
signage.
• Tourism Promotion & Development Committee funds:
Kohler School Friends Craft Fair $5,500
Kohler School Friends Kohler Classic $2,750
Celebrity Yoga Retreats for 2016 $10,000
Taste of Scotland $1,000
Village of Kohler 4th of July Celebration $16,400
Kohler Festival of Beer $25,000
1st Quarter Spa Campaign $20,000

Household Hazardous Waste Collection
(Fees Required)

Sheboygan County has established four collection sites for
disposing of hazardous wastes. The majority of the program is funded with County tax dollars; be prepared to
show proof of residency. When those funds are depleted,
the sites will be closed until funds are again available.
• Friday, May 20, 1-4:30 p.m. at Sheboygan Cty Hwy
Dept-Southside Shed, 7614 Frontage Rd, Sheboygan
• Saturday, May 21, 8-11 a.m. at Sheboygan Cty Hwy
Dept-Cascade Shed, W6451 St Hwy 28, Cascade
• Saturday, September 17, 8-11 a.m. at Sheboygan Cty
Hwy Dept-Plymouth Shed, N6111 Cty Rd OJ, Plymouth
The county encourages citizens to bring their hazardous
wastes to the May 20 and 21 collection events as much
as possible because the grant money received helps pay
for these collection events.
Due to an unexpected, very steep increase in the cost of
accepting electronics at our events, fees have changed.
• $10 – vehicles with only hazardous waste.
• $25 – vehicles with only electronics.
• $25 – vehicles with both hazardous waste and electronics.
What kind of materials will be accepted at the events?
Flammable liquids, Fluorescent bulbs (household quantities), Cleaners, Oil-based paints, Household batteries,
Aerosols, Solvents, Acids and bases, Poisons, Varnishes,
Reactives (pool chemicals), Antifreeze, Thinners, Pesticides and herbicides, Old gasoline, Most electronics (for
detailed list go to www.sheboygancounty.com and navigate to the Planning & Conservation Department website)
Are there materials that WILL NOT be accepted? YES!
LATEX PAINT, waste oil, radioactive materials, explosives, medical wastes, waste medications, pressurized cylinders, large appliances, and tires will not be accepted.
What can I do with the unacceptable materials?
• Waste Oil is recycled at many sites in conjunction with
community recycling programs.
• Latex (Water Based) Paint is not “hazardous.” It can be
disposed of with regular garbage once dried. Simply
remove the cover to let it dry up, or pour it out in a container and add kitty litter to help it dry.
• Waste Pharmaceuticals can be recycled in the lobbies of the
Sheboygan, Kohler, Sheboygan Falls, Plymouth, and
Elkhart Lake Police Departments. Each department has
an anonymous drop box for recycling.
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection sites are funded through the Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Dept, 508 New York Ave, Sheboygan, 920-459-3060,
www.sheboygancounty.com.

12 MAY 1, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER

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Kohler Waters Spa Expands Hydrotherapy Offerings with All Things Scotland Treatment
Kohler Waters Spa, an industry leader in hydrotherapy, is pleased to announce the launch of
its 2016 menu, leading with its newest signature
water service, All Things Scotland – available
at the five-star flagship location at Destination
Kohler in Kohler, Wis., Burr Ridge, Ill., and St
Andrews, Scotland, at The Old Course Hotel,
Golf Resort & Spa. Known for its expertise in
water experiences, Kohler Waters Spa annually
creates thoughtful and leading-edge services
focused on leveraging the therapeutic power of
water.
Inspired by the coastal waters of Scotland’s
North Sea, which is home to The Old Course
Hotel, All Things Scotland brings the healing
properties of the Highland waters with a seaweed wrap, sea salt exfoliation and hot seashell
moisture application, leaving the body feeling
renewed and reinvigorated. This 80-minute
treatment also includes a warm rain rinse under
the KOHLER Custom Vichy shower, which is
unique to the Kohler spa experience.
“Kohler Waters Spa is passionate about
providing guests with new and innovative
hydrotherapy treatments. We are thrilled to add
another signature water-based service to our
menu, while also paying homage to the brand’s
Scottish ties,” said Garrett Mersberger, Director
of Kohler Waters Spas.
In addition to All Things Scotland, Kohler
Waters Spa is adding several new treatments to
the menus at Destination Kohler and Burr Ridge,
Ill. From the When Life Hands You Lemons
Massage, which is an immune-boosting and
soul-soothing alternative to a deep-tissue massage, to the Urban Repair Facial, which utilizes

nourishing oils and plant essences to repair
winter skin damage, Kohler Waters Spa’s latest
menu offers relaxing and revitalizing treatments
just in time for warmer temps.
For reservations, please call 800-344-2838 or
visit KohlerWatersSpa.com for more information.
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Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

FULL LIST OF NEW SERVICES:

Offered at Kohler, Burr Ridge and St Andrews
locations:
ALL THINGS SCOTLAND - Experience Scotland and the North Sea with this seaweed wrap
and sea salt exfoliation that leaves your skin
smooth and invigorated. Enjoy the warm rain of
our KOHLER Custom Vichy shower and leave
relaxed with a hot seashell moisture application.
80 minutes $217, Saturday $247
Offered at Kohler and Burr Ridge locations:
WHEN LIFE HANDS YOU LEMONS
MASSAGE - Enjoy a deeply soul-soothing light
pressure massage. Designed for those that have
gone through or going through a rough time, this
treatment brings about a deep sense of calm
and relaxation. The products used in this service
have been selected for their immune-boosting
and mood-lifting properties. 50 minutes $158,
Saturday $188; 80 minutes $208, Saturday $238
URBAN REPAIR FACIAL - Big city exposure
to pollutants, free radicals, and UV damage are
reversed in this anti-oxidant facial. Concentrated,
nourishing oils, serums and plant essences work
to rescue and repair cellular structure restoring

the skin’s natural wellness and radiance. 50
minutes $174, Saturday $204; 30 Minute Add
On Dermaplane or Micro-Current/Red LED Light
Therapy $45
Offered at Kohler location:
AROMA BALANCING MASSAGE - The
application of Essential Oils, fused with specific
massage modalities serve as a medium of
connection for body and mind. Effective in identifying areas of stress in both the energetic and
physical realms, this subtle aromatic discipline
promotes deep, regenerative relaxation, calm
awareness and an overall sense of wellbeing. 80
minutes $208, Saturday $238
LAVENDER DREAMS WRAP - Inhale the calming, balancing benefits of wild Lavender with this
invigorating full body scrub accompanied by a
warm cocooning wrap and relaxing moisturizers.
50 minutes $174, Saturday $204
UNWIND AND REVIVE PEDICURE - This
treatment features a foot soak using magnesium,
followed by a thorough exfoliation of the legs and
feet. This pedicure includes warm and cool therapy to soothe aches and pains, while promoting
blood flow. 50 minutes $101,
French Polish $111
FOOT REFLEXOLOGY TREATMENT - For
planter fasciitis, ankle injuries or the stress of every day work and play. Reflex points run through
the body in channels. Massaging of the feet
stimulates these reflex points promoting healing,
relaxation and balance. 50 minutes $111, 80
minutes $121 Includes pedicure French Polish
$131

MIRACLE MANICURE - The most durable and
fastest drying manicure on the menu, enjoy a full
hand exfoliation, followed by a hydrating hand
and arm massage to seal in moisture. Complete
this service with your choice of a CND shellac
color that will leave you with zero dry time. 50
minutes $86, French Polish $96
STRAIGHT RAZOR SHAVE - Relax while a
warm compress softens and prepares your face
for your shave experience. This treatment will
stimulate the hair follicle to raise the beard for an
ultra-close, irritation free shave. 30 minutes $45,
50 minutes $79

SEASONAL SPA SERVICES

GOLFER’S MASSAGE - Whether you need a
pre-round massage to loosen the entire body or
a post-round recovery treatment, this service is
perfect for you. The intense repetitive motion
of the golf swing affects the entire body; back,
knees, elbows, shoulders and wrists. A variety
of stretches, trigger points, massage and
therapeutic cream will help you either prepare
for a perfect day on the links or help you recover
for a better game tomorrow. Available through
September 30. 50 minute $158, Saturday $188
IN THE ROUGH PEDICURE - Experience
our golfers pedicure after a round of golf,
hopefully not “in the rough”! This pedicure will
be leave your legs and feet feeling relaxed
and destressed after a long round of golf. Sit
back and enjoy a glass of our Wisconsin New
Glarus Spotted Cow while your feet are being
pampered. Available through September 30. 50
minutes $90

PERFECT PEAR PEDICURE - Leave winter
behind as your feet are revived and your senses
are intoxicated with the aromas of Brandy Pear,
Avocado, Goji Berry, and Coconut! Available
through June 30. Not eligible for hotel package
or any other discounts. 50-Minute $90
COLOR ME SPRING MANICURE - It’s the perfect time to add color to your nails with a pop of
spring while enjoying the spring fresh scents of
Brandy Pear, Clementine and Coconut! Available
Now-June 30, 2016. Not eligible for hotel package or any other discounts. 50-Minute, $75

2016 Golf Expo
May 7, 10am-4pm

Blackwolf Run Driving Range

Representatives from Cleveland Golf, Nike,
Ping, TaylorMade and Titleist will be on hand
demonstrating their latest products. Complimentary 15-minute Kohler Golf Academy
lessons. Register to win golf rounds, 60-minute
golf lessons, merchandise, prizes and more.
Interested in scheduling a club fitting? Call
920-803-3016 to schedule your complimentary
30-minute fitting session in advance. Special
offer: receive a complimentary round of golf for
two on the Irish or Meadow Valley with a purchase of $500 or more, a complimentary round
of golf for two on the River with a purchase of
$1,000 or more or a complimentary round of
Golf for Two on the Straits with a purchase of
$1,500 or more. Some exclusions apply.
For more information call 920-457-4446.

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
Sparkle
Through May 26
Kohler Waters Spa
Sparkle with us this spring and take $50 off
Facials, Body Treatments, Bathing Treatments,
and Hydrotherapy Treatments and $25 off
Manicures and Pedicures, Monday through
Thursday, Now through May 26, 2016. Valid
on 50- or 80- minute services only. Offer not
valid on massage services, seasonal services,
or with any other offer. Contact Reservations
at 866-462-5645.
Sushi Night at The Winery
Thursdays, 5-9pm
Special Menu, prices range between $4-$12.
The Winery Bar presents a fresh, new
experience as we expand our menu and offer
sushi roll options. Asian-inspired dishes and
a variety of complementary specialty sake
drinks. Delight in our new Japanese-inspired
cuisine with fresh fish flown in daily from
Hawaii, Japan and Alaska.
Taste of Blackwolf
Tuesdays, 5-9pm
Experience Blackwolf Run’s signature menu
items with smaller portion sizes and specialty
pricing.
The Horse & Plow Happenings
Happy Hour - 4-6pm Monday – Friday, 2 for
1 Wisconsin Craft and Domestic Draft Beers,
House Wines or Rails, $5 featured appetizers
Wednesdays Kids Eat Free - Available for
children 12 and under. Two children maximum
per purchased adult entrée; must be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday Bloody Mary Special - $5 Bloody
Marys every Sunday at The Horse & Plow
Chef’s Table Dinner Series
Join us in Destination Kohler for the first of
its kind, Chef’s Table Dinner Series. Delight
in a 3-course dinner demonstrated, prepared
and served by a featured Destination Kohler
chef in the Demonstration Kitchen. Chefs will
be showcasing their best and favorite dishes
for this exclusive event and showing you
how they make it all come together. Space
is limited to keep the experience intimate, so
make sure to reserve your seat at the table
soon. Dinner begins at 6pm. Pricing varies per
event. Reserve your spot and view menus at
KohlerAtHome.com.
Schedule of upcoming Chef’s Table
Dinners:
Tuesday, May 3 - Tom McGinty, Executive
Chef, Destination Kohler - From Key West to
Cuba
Thursday, May 5 - Holy Mole
Tuesday, May 10 - Amanda Weber, Chef,
Kitchens of Kohler - Demonstration Kitchen Your Pad Thai or Mine
Thursday, May 19 - Paul Smitala, Chef,
Blackwolf Run - Surf and Turf
Tuesday, May 24 - Joe Austreng, Chef,
Riverbend - The “Shoulder” Season
Thursday, May 26 - Dan Dries, Chef,
Whistling Straits - Deep in the Heart of Texas
Tuesday, May 31 - Ryan Messner, Chef,
Blackwolf Run - Cooking with Bourbon
Thursday, June 2 - Zeke Fitzgerald, Chef,
The Horse & Plow - Beets, Bison, Beer

Celebrate the Season of Golf!
Through June 30
Emporium Gift Shop
Spring is here and the Kohler golf courses are
open! Visit the Emporium located on the lower
conference level of The American Club to see
our newest golf apparel offerings from Peter
Millar, Fairway & Greene, and more! Many
options with and without the official Whistling
Straits logo. May 1st - June 30th Spend a
minimum of $100 on Peter Millar Apparel and
receive entry for the chance to win a $500
shopping spree on the Peter Millar website.
A Garden of Delights for Mom
Through May 8
Kohler Gardener
Purchase $100 or more and we’ll brighten
Mom’s day with a free 9-piece box of Garden
Ganache from KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates. Cannot be combined with other
discounts or offers. For more information
please call 920-458-5570.
Spoil Mom with a One-of-a-Kind Wearable
Piece of History
Through May 8
Wisconsin Trader
20% off handmade classic antique button
jewelry including necklaces, bracelets and
earrings.
For more information please call
920-451-2113.
Mother’s Day Shopping
Through May 8
Emporium Gift Shop
Located on the lower conference level of
The American Club. Visit the Emporium for a
unique shopping
experience! Mother’s Day is May 8th,
celebrate MOM and shower her with gifts she’ll
adore. Now through May 8th enjoy instore
promotions on Illume home scents and John
Wind jewelry. Receive a free gift with any
purchase from Illume and receive a free gift
any John Wind purchase of $75 or more.
(Free gifts are while supplies last.) Kohler
Original Recipe Chocolates, golf apparel and
other gift items
can also be found in the Emporium.
Margaritas & Manicures Event
May 5, 4-8pm, $45
Kohler Waters Spa
Join our Cinco de Mayo Spa Celebration!
Enjoy an intimate celebration in our Finishing
Spa featuring your choice of a 25-minute
Mini Margarita Spotlight Manicure or
Pedicure along with festive food, music and
refreshments. $45 per person, includes a
25-minute service, and a $25 credit to apply
towards any retail purchase of $50 or more.

Choose both services for $65 per person.
Advance reservations are required. Please
contact Megan Hoffmann at 920-451-2160 or
megan.hoffmann@kohler.com to reserve your
appointment. Space is limited. Registration
fee is non-refundable and non-transferable for
special events. Access to full spa facilities not
available for event attendees.
Mother’s Day Dining
May 8
Destination Kohler
The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes Mother’s
Day Brunch - 10am-3pm, $50 Adults, $18
Children ages 5-12; plus tax and gratuity, 4
years and under complimentary
Wisconsin Room Mother’s Day Brunch Brunch 9am-2pm, $48 Adults, $17 Children
5-12 years; plus tax and gratuity, 4 years and
under complimentary
Blackwolf Run Restaurant Mother’s Day
Brunch - 10am-4pm, $42 Adults, $16 Children
5-12 years; plus tax and gratuity, 4 years and
under complimentary
How Will Your Garden Grow?
May 13-31
Kohler Gardener
Get $10 in Kohler Gardener Bucks when
you purchase $50 or more in outdoor plants.
Cannot be combined with other discounts or
offers. For more information please call
920-458-5570.
Meditation Training Class
May 15, 9:30-11:30am
Intentions
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher has
been meditating for 30 years and teaching
meditation for ten years. In this informative
and relaxing class, participants will learn:
the benefits of meditation, how and when to
meditate, focused attention, and how to slow
down and release the mind’s endless chatter.
Students will practice meditating and each
individual will receive a customized meditation
based on their goals and energy scan. $30
(cash or check). For more information, please
call 920-457-9543.
Ace Reiki Golf Seminar
May 15, 1:30-2:30pm, Complimentary
Golf Academy’s Mental Imagery speaker,
John Oestreicher will present how this
ancient energy practice can help improve
your golf game. You will learn how it can help
sharpen your mental focus, develop better
intuition, and encourage an overall increase in
confidence. Participants will receive a $65.00
Saving Certificate for an Ace Reiki session.
No charge. For more information, please call
920-457-9543.

SPORTS CORE SPECIALS, EVENTS & 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.
Early Release Wednesdays Youth Fitness Training – Wednesdays, 2:45-3:45pm
Kids Motion – Wednesday, May 4, 9-10am
Kids Night Out with Swimming - Friday, May 13, 5-9pm
DJ Cycle - Saturday, May 14, 12-1pm
Foam Rolling Workshop - Saturday, May 21, 10:15-11:45am
Pro Shop Special – Set For Summer, May 16-29
Purchase any tennis skirt and get $10 off of a matching top of $50 or more.

Embrace Yoga DC, a training and creative
wellness space located in Adams Morgan
- a multicultural nest of Washington DC.
faithhunter.com

YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIAL WEEKEND
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-4532817 for more information. Yoga On the Lake
offers workshops, special events and guest
instructors throughout the year.
Yoga on the Lake presents Faith Hunter, May
27-29
Awaken your body and soul with a weekend
devoted to helping you live your best life.
Based in New York City, Faith Hunter is a
global yoga teacher and lifestylist, sprinkled
with a dash of Louisiana charm. She’s also
the creator of Spiritually Fly, a philosophy that
celebrates every moment of life, and uses the
yogic tools of breath, movement and sound
in a fresh, modern way to encourage you to
embrace your unique flow in life - on and off
the mat. Join us for three beautiful days of
soulful and spirited workshops.
BIOGRAPHY
Meet Faith Hunter, yoga teacher & lifestylist,
sprinkled with a dash of Louisiana charm.
Faith began her lifelong love affair with yoga
in the early 90s as a way to cope as her
beloved brother Michael was dying from
a complication related to AIDS. Through
meditation and mindfulness Faith was
able to release her fears and experience
an awakening from within. From that day
forward, she committed herself to sharing
these practices with the world. Always
eager to learn, explore, and share, Faith is
an inspiring and generous mentor to yoga
practitioners of all skill levels.
ROOTS. ROCK. REGGAE with CELEBRITY
YOGINI FAITH HUNTER
Friday, May 27, 2016
6-8pm
This workshop is a tribute to the powerful
influence reggae music has on the world, and
how it helps to cultivate a One Love spirit.
Faith will create an inspirational playlist and
offer a playful blend of sequences that will not
only have you singing and your body moving,
but will also inspire you to create positive
change in your community. Bring an open
heart. $60 Workshop
She is the creator of Spiritually Fly™, a
philosophy that celebrates every moment
of life, and uses the yogic tools of breath,
movement and sound in a fresh, modern
way to encourage students to embrace
their unique flow in life - on and off the
mat. Her passionate and free-spirited
teaching style is influenced by her study of
Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Kundalini. A next
generation yoga teacher, Faith melds classic
yogic principles and real world personal
experiences into an integrated flow that is
at once totally grounded and Spiritually Fly.
She also conducts 200 and 500 hour level
yoga teacher training programs. Faith owns

FIERCE, FIRE & FLOAT with CELEBRITY
YOGINI FAITH HUNTER
Saturday, May 28, 2016
10:30am-12:30pm
Awaken the fire and ignite your fierce inner
strength with a flowing asana and inversion
experience. Faith’s passionate energy will
have you tapping into the hidden depths
of your soul, and harness the power of the
Dark Mother, Kali. She will lead you through
a playful practice on your hands that build
confidence, strength and stability. Designed
for intermediate/advanced yogis, the practice
will be blissfully challenging, yet filled with
encouragement and numerous modifications
for many levels. As you experience the
freedom to balance on your hands, you will
walk away with valuable tools and techniques
that make inversions and arm balances
fearless, fun & fierce. Open yourself to the
possibilities, free your soul, and uncover
your fierce Kali power with confidence. $60
Workshop
MOVE LIKE HONEY IN THE HIPS with
CELEBRITY YOGINI FAITH HUNTER
Saturday, May 28, 2016
2:30-4:30pm
Move like Honey in the hips and feel the
transformation in your heart. The hips
hold tension on a physical, emotional, and
energetic level. No wonder so many people
request hip opening postures during a
regular yoga class. Join Faith in a cleansing,
awakening, and blissful session that will
focus on the second chakra, and enable
you to experience fluid, transformative and
delicious movement in the body. By the end
of the workshop, you will have emptied some
of your unwanted baggage, and come away
with a few hippy tools to help you Move Like
Honey in you every aspect of your life. $60
Workshop
SPIRITUALLY FLY MASTER CLASS with
CELEBRITY YOGINI FAITH HUNTER
Sunday, May 29, 2016
2:30-4:30pm
Inspired by her Sunday morning class in
DC, Faith will merge a creative blend of
yoga postures, breath, and soulful music
that will awaken, ignite and stimulate the
divine goddess or god in you. This flowing
asana practice will incorporate moments of
uncovering deep emotions, joyous laughter,
pulsating ecstasy, and at each step you will
find your way into the flow of your natural
self. The practice will include short lecture
highlighting the Spiritually Fly Sutras, a flowing
vinyasa class inspired by the qualities of the
deities, infused with kriyas, and inspirational
standing, balancing and an inversion postures.
In closing, you will drop into the depths of
hips, delicious restorative, and meditation. By
finding your own flow in the practice, you will
be nourished by the divine and connect to your
“spiritually fly” self. $60 Workshop