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MAY 15, 2016 | 920-331-4904

Kohler Recognized as one of the

best school communities for music
education in the nation
New federal education law, Every Student Succeed Act
(ESSA), places new emphasis on music and the arts as key to
a well-rounded education
On March 24, 2016, the School
District of Kohler was honored
with the Best Communities for
Music Education designation
from the NAMM Foundation for
its outstanding commitment to
music education. Kohler joins 476
districts across the country in receiving the prestigious award in
The Best Communities Music
Education designation is awarded
to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in eorts to
provide music access and education to all students.
Districts that have been recognized by the NAMM Foundation
are held up as models for other educators looking to boost their own
music education programs.
To qualify for the Best Communities designation, Kohler Schools
answered detailed questions about
funding, graduation requirements,

music class participation, instruction time, facilities, support for

the music program, and community music-making programs.
Responses were veried and reviewed by The Music Research
Institute at the University of Kansas.
In both 2001 and 2007, the
School District of Kohler was
recognized as one of the 100 Best
Communities in America for Music Education by the American
Music Conference, Music Teachers National Association, and National School Boards Association.
While the sponsorship has been
given to the NAMM Foundation,
the same criteria still exist and
recognitions were expanded to
include more schools who meet
their criteria.
This award recognizes that the
community of Kohler is leading
the way with learning opportuni-

ties as outlined in the new federal

education legislation, the Every
Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
The legislation, signed into law
in December 2015, replaces No
Child Left Behind Act. ESSA recommends music and the arts as
important elements of well-rounded education for all children.
The NAMM Foundations Best
Communities for Music Education Award and the implementation of the federal ESSA law bring
attention to the importance of
keeping music education part of
the schools core education for all
students. It also highlights musics
vital role in students overall success in school.
Community music programs
have been drawing increased attention because of a landmark
study by Northwestern University
brain scientists. These researchers
found new links between students

in community music programs

and academic success in subjects
such as reading.
Beyond the Northwestern study,
other reports indicate that learning
to play music can boost academic
and social skills, such as processing math and learning to cooperate in group settings.
About The NAMM Foundation:
The NAMM Foundation is a nonprot supported in part by the
National Association of Music
Merchants and its approximately 10,300 members around the
world. The foundation advances
active participation in music making across the lifespan by supporting scientic research, philanthropic giving and public service
programs. For more information
about the NAMM Foundation,
please visit

Kohler class of 2016 Upcoming programs at Boys soccer team

Memorial Day
seeks junior varsity/
parade, ceremony Graduation schedule Kohler
Kohler High School Honors Kohler School Science Fair:
coming up May 30 Night for the class of 2016 will take Thursday, May 19, 5:30-8:00 p.m. assistant varsity
This years Memorial Day takes
place on Monday, May 30. The traditional parade begins at 8:00 a.m.
at the Village Hall, and proceeds
down School Street to Woodland
Road where the Village President
will lead the dedication service at
Woodland Cemetery. This years
guest speaker will be Lieutenant
Colonel Ted Young, who has more
than 20 years of military service.

place on Wednesday, May 25 at 7:00

p.m. in Kohler Memorial Theatre.
Scroll Night will be on Wednesday, June 1 beginning at 6:00 p.m.
in the Ravine bowl (in the event of
inclement weather, it will be moved
to the school gymnasium). Graduation will take place on June 5 at
2:00 p.m. in Kohler Memorial Theatre. The last day of school for all
students will be June 9.

in the Village gym.

2016 Arts Festival: Thursday, May
19, 6:00-8:00 pm, School lobby.
Wisconsin Film Festival:
Thursday, May 19, 7:30-8:30 pm in
Kohler Memorial Theatre.
Kohler Elementary spring
musical: Friday, May 20 in the
Kohler Memorial Theatre. Grades
JK-SK - 9:45 am; Grades 1-5 - 2:00

soccer coach

The Kohler High School

boys soccer team is seeking a
junior varsity/assistant varsity
soccer coach for the 2016-17
season. Anyone interested
may contact Doug Bocchini
(920) 207-6692.

KHS coach
and friend
to many

Submitted photo

For nearly four decades, Village

resident Larry Kampman was a
xture at Kohler High School basketball games serving in various
management and coaching roles.
Kampman started his coaching career as the Blue Bombers junior
varsity boys basketball coach in
As the boys varsity team manager alongside head coach Dan
Buhr, Kampman helped lead a
1979-80 team of talented players,
including a young Joe Wolf, to a
Class C state championship, and
three more state championship
wins after that. (Joe Wolf went
on to play for the NBA and later
served as assistant coach for the
Milwaukee Bucks. He is currently
an assistant coach for the Brooklyn Nets). Kampman, (aectionately referred to as Kampy),
held a special place in the hearts of
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Kohler alum Logan

Willis named
Scholar Athlete
Kohler native Logan Willis (class
of 2013), was recently selected as
an All-American Scholar Athlete
by the College Golf Coaches Association of America. This award recognizes NCAA student athletes that
show both exceptional performance
in their particular sport and in the
classroom. Logan carries a 3.95
GPA and is a junior on the womens golf team at Loyola University. She majors in Digital Media and
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Kohler freshman awarded

inaugural Brad Homiston
Submitted by Rich Tengowski,
KHS Band Director
On May 9, 2016, Josh Gillespie was awarded the inaugural
Brad Homiston Summer Music
Camp Scholarship at the spring
band concert. The new scholarship is, and will continue to be,
awarded to a high school student
to attend a summer music camp
to further their passion for making music.
Selection for the scholarship is
based on the participation in the
WSMA Solo & Ensemble Festival, as well as participation in

school and community performing ensembles. Students should

also be motivated to excel at
their instrument, be passionate
about performing and take the
initiative to lead by example.
Josh Gillespie is a freshman
at Kohler High School and performs in the symphony band,
pep band and jazz ensemble.
He is also a member of the Sheboygan Youth Symphony and
studies percussion with Glenn
Zeinemann. As a freshman, Josh
performed a drum set solo and
parade drum solo in which he

also qualied for the state music

Brad Homiston attended
Kohler schools and graduated from Kohler High School in
1988. He then continued his education and graduated from the
University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in metallurgical engineering. His greatest joy
was drumming.

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Kohler Credit Union adds David Dedrick, Gabrielle

Rabon, and Amy Grinna to their team
KOHLER, WI Kohler Credit
Union welcomes David Dedrick,
Gabrielle Rabon, and Amy Grinna to its organization. Dedrick,
Credit Analyst, is part of the credit
unions Business Services Department and will help the department
analyze current and future business lending partners. Rabon, District Manager for Ozaukee County, joins the Retail Department
and will oversee four of the credit
unions branches including the
Plymouth, Saukville, Grafton and
Mequon locations. Grinna, Chief
Information Ocer, will lead the
strategic direction to the organizations technology investments
and the Information Technology

Dedrick has over 15 years in the

nancial industry, most recently
as a commercial credit analyst
with a focus on small business.
He obtained a bachelors degree
from Concordia University with
a major in business management
and a minor in communications.
Prior to college, he was enlisted in
the United States Navy. Dedrick
is involved in his community including treasurer for the local Cub
Scout pack in Kewaskum, volunteering at the local elementary
school and prior participation as a
board member at the Kewaskum
Chamber of Commerce.
Rabon brings over 18 years of
nancial experience to Kohler
Credit Union and has held nu-

merous management positions

across a variety of nancial institutions. At her most recent employer, Rabon held titles including branch manager, compliance
manager, product manager and
IRA administrator. Rabon holds a
masters degree in adult business
education from the University of
Wisconsin-Whitewater and an
undergraduate degree in business administration with a minor
in human resources from Upper
Iowa University. She is active in
her community through her work
as a revolving loan committee
member of the African American
Chamber of Commerce, banking
and nance committee member at
Milwaukee Area Technical Col-

lege and nancial literacy coach

at Maximus.
Grinna brings over 20 years of
experience in the nancial services industry, having most recently held technology leadership
roles at FIS and Metavante. Grinna earned a bachelor of business
administration degree in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is a certied public accountant. She began
her career in accounting then
quickly moved into technology
management and has continued
to build upon her experience in
the information technology eld.
Grinna and her family reside in
West Bend where she is active in

her local community. She currently serves on the board of the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA)
and as board president for Roots
and Branches, as well as being active with her local Rotary group.
Im excited to join an organization so committed to member
service and community involvement. Kohler Credit Union has a
wonderful legacy and I am looking forward to being of part of the
future success, said Grinna.



Kampman, continued from page 1

two generations of KHS basketball players and many others who
called him their friend. He passed
away on May 9, 2016 at the age of
Doug Bocchini, who was on
the rst team coached by Kampman in 1977, as well as the Blue
Bombers rst state championship winning team in 1980, said
Kampman continued his coaching
career under several more varsity coaches including Coach Paul
Swanson, who took the team to
state championship wins in 1982
and 1983; Coach Je Wolf, whose
team won a state championship in

1999; and most recently, his close

friend, Ken Roeder.
Bocchini said Kampman was
proud to turn over his JV coaching duties two years ago to his
son-in-law, Kyle Gebler, allowing him to remain on as freshmen
coach/varsity assistant until his
health no longer allowed him to
Kampy will be remembered
by his players for being a coach
and a friend, said Bocchini. His
half court shooting contests were
always a highlight, which paid
dividends for one of his players,
2013 grad Tyler Lewis, who won

an $18,000 half court shot on

ESPN at the University of Virginia last Year.
Kampys recent team of players
honored him a couple seasons ago
by raising money for him by selling Kampy wristbands in his
Everyone who played for
Kampy would like to thank his
wife, Sue, and his daughters,
Gena and Dana, for allowing him
to be away from them for so many
nights over the years and allowing
him to be part of our lives. Kampy
will denitely be missed, said

Pictured above: Larry Kampman (front right), manager for the 1979-80 Kohler Blue Bombers, winners of Kohler High Schools rst state boys championship.

Larry Kampman (1941 - 2016)

Larry John Kampman, 74, of Kohler,
passed away peacefully
in his home surrounded
by family on Monday,
May 9th, 2016. He was
born on October 1st,
1941 in Sheboygan and
was the son of LaMar and Eugenia
(Hettinger) Kampman.
Larry graduated in the nal
class of Central High School in
1960, attended UW-Madison and
served his country in the US Army
during Vietnam. After returning to
Sheboygan, he married the love
of his life, Suzann Heyn, on September 21st, 1968. He enjoyed his
work as a Field Representative
with Piggly Wiggly.
Larry was an active member of
St. Johns parish where he was a
lay distributor, served on the Bingo committee for many, many
years and arrived early every Sunday to get the front row seat.
Larry loved everything sports
related. He coached JV Basketball at Kohler High School for
36 years and refereed high school
and semi-pro football for over 44
years. He also served as the commissioner for the Lakeshore Baseball League. Larry was an avid
Packer, Badger, and Kohler fan.
One of his favorite memories was
being courtside during the Badgers win at the Final Four tournament in 2015.
Larry enjoyed playing cards
with his poker clubs, vacationing
in Door County with family and
dear friends and talking to neigh-

bors for hours on the

back deck. He was always up for going out
for ice cream, going to
a casino, watching the
sunset over the lake
and listening to live
music. Larry also loved
spending time with his grandchildren, especially watching them
play sports.
Larry is survived by his wife
Suzann, daughters, Gena (Kyle)
Kampman-Gebler and Dana
Kampman, by his grandchildren;
Carter, Kennedy, and Wilson Gebler and Rouguiata and BoBo Diallo, by his brother Gary Kampman,
and sisters, Cindy Regan and Marla Yurk, special cousin Beth Rybakowicz, and also by numerous
nieces, nephews, other relatives
and friends. He was preceded in
death by his parents.
A Memorial Mass was held
on May 13th, 2016 at St. Johns
Catholic Church in Kohler, with
Fr. Robert Lotz ociating.
In lieu of owers, a memorial
fund will be established in Larrys
The family would like to say a
special thank you to Dr. Bettag,
Stacy Miller and all the nurses at
the oce, as well as the sta of
St. Nicholas Hospice. They would
also like to thank all their family
and friends that provided roundthe-clock support over the past
few weeks.
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Kampy helping coach the 2012-13 Blue Bombers varsity team. Submitted photo

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brat fry to benefit Stars and Stripes Honor Flight
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this years Sheboygan Memorial Day brat fry will benet Stars
and Stripes Honor Flight, a local
nonprot organization that honors
veterans by ying them to Washington, DC to visit their memorials. The 2016 Sheboygan Memorial Day parade will take place on
Monday, May 30, in downtown
Sheboygan beginning at 9:00 a.m.
The brat fry fundraiser will take
place in Fountain Park during the
Memorial Day ceremony, which

takes place immediately after the

Kohler Credit Union has partnered with several local businesses to make this years brat fry
fundraiser a reality, including the
newest sponsor, Miesfelds Meat
Market. Other brat fry sponsors
include Johnsons Bakery, Sargento Cheese, Lakeside Pepsi and
Festival Foods.
We are so honored that Kohler
Credit Union has chosen Stars
and Stripes Honor Flight as the
beneciary of this years event,

said Paula Nelson, president of

Stars and Stripes Honor Flight.
Memorial Day is for remembering those who made the ultimate
sacrice for our nation. As a result
of this partnership, the event will
now also honor our oldest veterans who still walk among us. An
Honor Flight is a way for the community to thank our World War II
and Korean War veterans before
it is too late, and the generosity
of Kohler Credit Union and the
attendees will enable us to honor
more local heroes this year.

Kohler Credit Union is honored

to organize the Sheboygan Memorial Day parade and ceremony for
the second year in row. If you or
your organization would like to
participate in the parade, please
contact Jamie Schramm, Kohler
Credit Unions employee development manager, at 920-7832451. The Sheboygan Veterans
Services oce will also be coordinating an Honor Flight parade
unit for veterans who participated
in an honor ight and would like
to be a part of the parade. Please

contact Todd Richter or Charlene

Cobb, at 920.459.3053 if you are
interested in participating in that
parade unit.
Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-prot, nancial
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
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Performing Arts Organization

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On Saturday, April 23, the Performing Arts Organization held
their nineteenth annual auction. It
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view all of our generous sponsors.
The PAO would like to thank our
sponsors. They include:

Art Imigs Clothiers/Dry Cleaners

Autumn Ridge Golf Club
Badger Liquor
Mike & Evelyn Baka
Bank First National
Bemis Bath Shoppe
Kathleen Blaser
Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery
Blue Harbor Resort & Spa
Bread and Bean Eatery
Daniel Brohn & Nina Hughes
Larry & Linda Bryce
Chanhassen Dinner Theater
Jim & Laura Conklin
Corner Studio
Dickeys Barbecue Pit
Dramm Corporation
Dutchland Plastics
EAA Museum
Ecology Outfitters/Douglas Dier
Elkhart Lakes Road America
Elkhart Queen
Entourage Salon & Spa
Falls Firehouse Pizza
Falls Healing Arts
Fasse Paint
Tony & Leda Fessler
Neil & Gaillee Fitzpatrick
Floral Essence
Fox World Travel
Mel Free
Elizabeth Fuerst
Tom & Rita Gast
Ginger Sterling Diemel
Todd & Amy Gutschow
Harrys Prohibition Bistro
Heid Music
Craig & Sonja Heins
Help Me Rhonda Wellness, LLC
Jeff & Suzie Herold
Ruzdi & Mirdita Hidri
Hillstrom Family
Donny & Kathryn Hillstrom
Jay & Kathy Hoekstra
Hoffmans Cleaners LLC
Holidays Pub & Grill
Brian & Shelby Homiston
Richard & Janice Homiston
Len & Lori Hucke
Imogenes Cleaning Center Pro-Clean
InTune Travel & Tours
Jerry Jones / The OHare Group
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Just Drive
Kacia at the Shops at Woodlake
Kohler Company
Kohler School
Kohler School Engineering Club
David & Nina Kohler
James & Wendy Kukla
Kwik Trip, Inc.
Lake Street Caf
Lakeside Pepsi Cola Bottling Co
Larrys Distributing
Greg & Patti Leick
David & Nancy Madigan
Magestro Orthodontics

Mexican Fiesta
Michael Schultz, Voice Teacher
Milwaukee Admirals
Milwaukee Film Festival
Milwaukee Repertory Theater
Milwaukee Wave
Arvin & Rachel Montes
Mt. Olympus
Sadhna & Dharmesh Murthy
Dale & Linda Neil
Odyssey Fun Center/Bowling Center
Olivu 426
Pampered Chef
Marco Paseta
Pier 17
Pine Hills Country Club
Pirates Cove Adventure Golf
Steve Proudman & Laura Kohler
Mark & Barb Quasius
Quit Qui Oc Golf Club
R. Erlien Jeweler
RB Productions
Randy & Rita Romanoski
Rudnicks Jewelry
Lisa Saemann
Salon 511
Salon Aura
Salon Sase
Salon Shibui
Sargento Foods Inc
Sartori Company
Mark & Tandra Sbrocco
Schwarz Retail Fish Market
Sheboygan Chevrolet-Buick-Pontiac-GMCCadillac and Sheboygan Chrysler-DodgeJeep
Sheboygan Oral and Maxillofacial
Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra
Sheboygan Theatre Company
Shining Lotus Yoga and Ayurveda
Craig & Joni Stefanczyk
Stefanie H. Weill Center Performing Arts
Superior Lawn & Garden Center, LLC
Sweet Basil
Sweet Potatos Boutique
Rich & Beth Tengowski
Tents Inc.
Theatre for Young Audiences
TLC Casuals
Tom & Jerrys Mini Golf
Torke Coffee Roasting Co.
Trattoria Stefano/Il Ritrovo/Field to
Fork & Duke of Devon
Jeff & Tania Twohig
Universal Lithographers
Mike & Diane Venn
Vintage Elkhart Lake
Vollrath Company
Todd & Kristine Wake
Lyle & Judy Waniorek
White House of Music
Colleen Willadsen
Worzella Photography Inc.
Zach Holzer

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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would like them to be?
20 plus years experience
Vilma Abrahamer




Wednesday, June 1

5:00-7:30 p.m. at Grace UCC

Come join us and have your cake and eat it too!

The people of Grace UCC, 500 School Street in Kohler, invite the public to join them for supper on Wednesday, June 1
from 5:00-7:30 p.m. We will oer brats, hamburgers, salads,
desserts, and beverage to be eaten at tables on the church
lawn or for carry out to the KHS Scroll Night festivities. We will
remain open after the festivities for those who wish to take
some home. It will be a wonderful way to ease the rush on
this night as you go and watch the activities of our youth and
children. In case of inclement weather, we will serve in the
church basement.

Marzano takes position at

Pine Haven
Sheboygan Falls, WI Pine Haven Christian Communities has
hired Chef Frank Marzano to supervise the kitchens and plan resident meals on all three campuses.
Frank is going to be a great
asset to Pine Haven, said Lori
Albsmeier, Director of Human
Resources at Pine Haven Christian Communities. His passion
for great food and the joy a great
meal can provide spills over into
everything he does. This enthusiasm is energizing for both our
residents and sta he interacts
and encourages both residents and
sta in a way that is refreshing
and fun. And our residents are extremely excited by the prospect of
future pizza parties from a pizza
Frank has a bachelor of science
degree in hospitality management
and an associate degree in food
service management from Ferris
State University in Big Rapids,
MI. He has worked in a variety

of roles including chef at Antoinettes/Antonios/Amore; banquet

manager at The Ostho Resort
and banquet director at The American Club. Frank also operates
Marzano Pizza Company and is
commonly known as The Pizza
Guy, bringing homemade pizza
parties to customers homes.
Pine Haven Christian Home
was opened by local area churches
in 1950 to provide our seniors the
loving care Christ would provide.
The rst campus is located on
Giddings Avenue in Sheboygan
Falls and now oers 115 traditional assisted living resident rooms
and 22 assisted living rooms for
those with memory care needs.
Pine Havens Pine Drive campus
in Oostburg oers 30 assisted living apartments with three levels of
care. The Haven Drive campus on
the north side of Sheboygan Falls,
oers a full continuum of care on
one campus. The supported independent living (residential care

apartment complex) portion of the

Haven Drive campus opened in
2007 with 40 apartments, called
Prairie Crossing. The skilled nursing facility at our Haven Drive
campus opened in June 2015, and
includes 36 rooms for long term
care and an entire rehabilitation
department with inpatient/outpatient gym and 14 patient rooms.
The community based residential
facility at our Haven Drive campus opened in August 2015, and
oers 24 rooms for later stage
memory care, 8 rooms for high
acuity memory care, and 8 rooms
for traditional assisted living. Pine
Havens mission is to provide
the aging population we serve an
environment that is a Christ-centered, safe haven oering quality,
compassionate care. For more information about Pine Haven visit or contact
Pine Haven at 920-467-2401.

points, Brayden VanEss and Sawyer Mentink (Christian) 0 points.

Match 3: Charlie Twohig and
Brady Stefanczyk (Kohler) won
2.5 points, Jacob Stecker and
Noah Hendrikse (Christian) won
0.5 points.
The total match play points
were then subtracted from the
team stroke play score for a nal
team score. Kohler won the Christian-Kohler Cup Traveling Trophy with an adjusted team score
of 165.5 (173-7.5) to Christians
190.5 (192-1.5).
The Kohler Blue Bombers
claimed their second invitational title in as many weeks at the
House on The Resort on April
30, in Spring Green, Wisconsin.
Teams braved temps in the low 40s
and steady rain throughout the day
on the Springs Course at HOTR.
Kohler won the 10 team Small
School division with a team score
of 347 and nished third overall
in the 20 school eld. Leading the
Blue Bombers was Charlie Twohig who placed tenth individually
in the 97 player eld.


Registration for the 2016 Mighty Mite Flag Football League for the communities of
Oostburg and Sheboygan Falls has begun. The Mighty Mite Flag Football League
is for youth in grades 1 and 2 in the Fall of 2016.. Beginning the week of August
15, teams will hold one practice during the week. Oostburg teams will practice in
their community. Games begin on September 10 and the season ends on October
15, 2016. All games will be played on Saturday afternoons at the Sheboygan Falls
High School. The registration deadline is July 31, 2016.


Registration for the 2016 Tackle Football League for the communities of Oostburg,
Sheboygan and Sheboygan Falls has begun. The Tackle Football League is for
youth in grades 3 and 4 in the Fall of 2016. The season runs from August 15
October 8, 2016. Volunteer coaches will lead two practices a week for 1 - 2
hours for the first 4 weeks of this program. The day and time of practice will be
determined by the coach. Starting on September 10, a Saturday game that will
take the place of one of the practices. Games will be played on Saturday afternoon
at the Sheboygan Falls High School. The registration deadline is July 1, 2016.
For more information on any of the above programs or to receive a registration form, please call 920-467-2464 or visit our website at and click on the forms link.
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Kohler boys varsity golf team

claims two invitational titles
Christian-Kohler Challenge was held
at Blackwolf Run on April 27.
This event employed a special
format that included both stroke
play and match play. The stroke
play portion included six players
from each team, with the low four
scores counting towards the team
score. Counting for Kohler (173)
were: Jack Cassady 41, Charlie Twohig 43, Jim Conklin 44,
Amanda Egbert 45. Counting for
Christian (192) were: Josh Huenink 43, Jacob Stecker 48, Michael
Alsum 50, Brayden VanEss 51.
Within each foursome, two players from each team played a one
best Ball of two match play format against the two players from
the opposing team. Each of these
matches was were a total of three
points (1-3,4-6,7-9). The results of
each match were as follows:
Match 1: Jim Conklin and Jack
Cassady (Kohler) won 2 points,
while Josh Huenink and Michael
Alsum (Christian) won 1 point.
Match 2: Amanda Egbert and Ashton Elmendorf (Kohler) won 3

Registration for the 2016 2017 soccer season for the communities of Cedar
Grove, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg and Sheboygan Falls has begun. This
program is for youth in grades 1 8 in Fall of 2016. The fall season is from September 10 October 29, 2016 and the spring season is from April 15 June 3,
2017. Teams hold one practice a week in their community. Games are played on
Saturday morning/early afternoon. Registrations received by July 15, 2016 receive
an early bird discount and are guaranteed placement on a team. After July 15,
registration must be approved and are based on team and/or roster availability.

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

Sponsored by Kohler Athletics

Meadow Valley Course

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
Questions? Contact Lisa Bocchini at or 946-3781



Shake & Stir Saturdays:

Michael Belot appointed
Cocktail demonstrations
General Manager Hospitality
Development, Clubs and Golf Majors with a hands-on twist

Kohler Co. photo

With the continuing expansion

of the H&RE Group, Michael
Belot has been appointed General
Manager Hospitality Development, Clubs and Golf Majors.
Belot will be responsible for
growing distinctive Hospitality

products, specically Kohler

Waters Spa, Riverbend, River
Wildlife, Sports Core, KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates,
Woodlake Market, retail shops,
Village Realty & Development,
Destination Kohler marketing,
landscape and maintenance. He
will continue to manage golf
With the exception of hotels and golf, this abundance
of amenities is what makes
KOHLER Hospitality distinctive.
Belot came to Kohler in 2013 as
General Manager of Destination
Prior to that, he worked for the
PGA of America as Director of

Destination Kohler shakes

prepares accompanying themed
things up with a series of handsappetizers. Sessions are oered
the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah
on cocktail sessions hosted in the
Saturdays in May and June from
in Chicago. He had been with the Demonstration Kitchen. A bev2-3 p.m. for $35 per person.
PGA since 2001 and was Tourna- erage expert will guide amateur
Guests must be 21 years or older
ment Director for the PGA Cham- mixologists through an interactive to participate in all events
pionships of 2006 and 2009. He
craft cocktail program featuring
Purchase tickets at
also has served as a post-game
three drinks. Attendees will create by clickconsultant for Super Bowl XLV,
and enjoy their cocktails at their
ing on Special Events and the
on the village planning committee individual standing-only work
Demonstration Kitchen Series or
stations while Craverie Chocofor Super Bowl XLVI, and was
by phone 1-800-344-2838.
latier Cafe Chef Amanda Weber
the pre-game talent producer for
Super Bowl XLVII.
He holds a masters degree in
May 14 - Classic MarTEAnis / Tea-Infused Cocktails
business administration from the
May 21 - Tequila / Margarita & More
University of St. Thomas Opus
May 28 - Sangria Seasonal Sensation
College, St. Paul, Minnesota,
and a bachelors degree in sports June 4 - Mules and Tools / Bar Gadget Fun
management from the University June 11 - The New Old-Fashioned
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Min- June 18 - Mocktails / Spirited Nonalcoholic Drinks
June 25 - Sparkling Wine Cocktails

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

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
Sushi Night at The Winery
Thursdays, 5-9pm
Special Menu, prices range between
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

varies per event. Reserve your spot and

view menus at
Schedule of upcoming Chefs Table
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
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
Taste of Blackwolf
logo. May 1st - June 30th Spend a
Tuesdays, 5-9pm
minimum of $100 on Peter Millar Apparel
Experience Blackwolf Runs signature
menu items with smaller portion sizes and and receive entry for the chance to win a
$500 shopping spree on the Peter Millar
specialty pricing.
The Horse & Plow Happenings
How Will Your Garden Grow?
Happy Hour - 4-6pm Monday Friday, 2
May 13-31
for 1 Wisconsin Craft and Domestic Draft
Kohler Gardener
Beers, House Wines or Rails, $5 featured
Get $10 in Kohler Gardener Bucks when
you purchase $50 or more in outdoor
Wednesdays Kids Eat Free - Available
plants. Cannot be combined with other
for children 12 and under. Two children
discounts or offers. For more information
maximum per purchased adult entre;
please call 920-458-5570.
must be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday Bloody Mary Special - $5 Bloody
Marys every Sunday at The Horse & Plow
Chefs Table Dinner Series
Join us in Destination Kohler for the
first of its kind, Chefs 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


For more information, pricing details

and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444 or online at for more information.
Early Release Wednesdays Youth
Fitness Training Wednesdays,
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.


For more information, pricing details
and to register call Yoga on the Lake at
920-453-2817 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. Shes 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.
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


Friday, May 27, 2016
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 Embrace Yoga
DC, a training and creative wellness
space located in Adams Morgan - a
multicultural nest of Washington DC.
Saturday, May 28, 2016
Awaken the fire and ignite your fierce
inner strength with a flowing asana and
inversion experience. Faiths 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
Saturday, May 28, 2016
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
Sunday, May 29, 2016
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.