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Volume 6, Number 7

FEBRUARY, 2011
Calling all women for a weekend
of health, wellness and balance
Dr. Laura Berman of the new Oprah Winfrey Network headlines
Women’s Weekend of Wellness at The American Club Resort
Most women pack their sched-
ules nearly every minute of the
day, but neglect to schedule time to
focus on themselves or their health.
Women’s Weekend of Wellness,
presented by The American Club
Resort and Step Up for Women’s
Network, provides an invigorating
opportunity for women to do just
that. Taking place March 4-6 here
in Kohler and headlined by world-
renowned sex educator, researcher
and therapist, Dr. Laura Berman of
the new Oprah Winfrey Network,
the two-night energizing escape fo-
cuses on ways women can incorpo-
rate healthy lifestyle habits, con-
quer stress and find that much
needed balance in life.
“We recognize the stress facing
women today. Often our own well-
ness takes a backseat,” explains
Jean Kolb, Director of Wellness
Businesses for Kohler Co.
“Women’s Weekend of Wellness
provides women the opportunity to
learn and focus on oneself. We
hope women walk away from this
weekend knowing themselves just
a little bit better,
and feeling em-
powered to live the
life they were
meant to live. Fo-
cusing on one’s
own wellness is
the best gift you
can give yourself
and those around
you. It is critical to
a balanced and
happy life.”
The weekend
escape includes a
healthy dose of
yoga, inspiring speakers, great
food and much-needed rest and re-
laxation. To kick-off the weekend,
guests are invited to a welcome re-
ception, featuring appetizers and
wine pairings. Later that evening,
the SpaNight Delight at Kohler
Waters Spa, sponsored by Skin Au-
thority Skincare, offers guests ex-
clusive access to the Kohler Waters
Spa and its relaxation pool with
waterfall, lounge areas, plunge
pool, steam room and sauna, glass-
enclosed rooftop
deck with
whirlpool and 16-
foot fireplace.
Dr. Berman will
host a dinner and
lecture Saturday
night. A New York
Times best-selling
author and a Sirius
XM radio host, Dr.
Berman recently
launched “In the
Bedroom with Dr.
Laura Berman” on
the new Oprah
Winfrey Network. Additional spe-
cial guest speakers include Eliza-
beth Ruske and Betsy C. Sobiech,
Managing Partners of Tiara Inter-
national - a global women's devel-
opment and coaching firm with of-
fices in Chicago, Illinois and The
Netherlands, and Kohler’s own Di-
rector of Wellness Business –
Kohler. and past International Spa
Association (ISPA) Chairperson
Jean Kolb.
The two-night Women’s Well-
ness Weekend package
starts at $378 per person
based on double occupancy
and includes 30% off of all
services at Kohler Waters
Spa. Day package rates are
also available for Sunday, March 6
for $199 per person and includes
the breakfast and speaker, group
yoga session, evening reception,
dinner and speaker. To make reser-
vations visit www.American-
Club.com or call 800-344-2838.
A portion of the proceeds
from the weekend will be
donated to the Step Up
Women's Network, a na-
tional non-profit member-
ship organization dedi-
cated to connecting and advancing
women and girls by bridging com-
munities of professional women
and underserved teen girls through
mentorship, networking and ad-
vancement. For more information
visit suwn.org.
See page
20 for a
schedule
of events!
Dr. Laura Berman
Interim Village Board
President John Egan
not seeking re-election
Nomination papers for the 2011
spring elections have been filed
and interim President John Egan
will not seek re-election for the
board. Egan said, “It was a difficult
decision. I am certain that I will
miss serving on the board, but am
confident those who are running
will continue to be a positive force
and serve the community well.”
Egan, who has served on the Vil-
lage Board since 2003, was ap-
pointed to be interim president
after the untimely death last August
of then-president Steve Rein-
bacher. Egan’s appointment left a
vacancy on the board for which
eight Kohler residents applied.
Four out of six board members
chose long-time resident Tom
Schnettler to fill the trustee posi-
tion.
Schnettler’s name will be on the
spring ballot for Village President,
a position he’s held in the past
along with a number of other posi-
tions and appointments in the vil-
lage.
Four candidates will face off for
three trustee positions. Incumbents
Brian Post and Tom Gast will be
challenged by Bill Kunst, a past
trustee, and Dietmar Wohlgemuth,
Jr., current president of the Kohler
Fire Department.
The spring election will take
place on Tuesday, April 5 at the
Kohler Village Hall from 7 a.m. to
8 p.m.
Don’t forget to
vote in February
primary
Voters will take to the polls on
Tuesday, February 15 for a primary
election to decide who will be the
Sheboygan County Circuit Court,
Branch III judge for the next six
years.
Incumbent Angela Sutkiewicz
was appointed to the position six
months ago by the governor, and
will be challenged by Sheboygan
County Assistant District Attorney
James A. Haasch, and Sheboy-
gan/Kohler Municipal Court Judge
(and Kohler resident) Catherine
Delahunt. The top two finishers
will advance to the April 5 general
election.
For more information on each
candidate, visit their websites at:
www.judgeangela.com
www.haaschforjudge.com
www.judgedelahunt.org
New features on
kohlervillager.com
Visit kohlervillager.com and
click on the “Advertising” cate-
gory for this year’s new ad rates
and specs. Do you find the “per
column inch” method of calculat-
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alone. For that reason, I’ve created
an “ad rate calculator” that makes
it simple. Just choose the desired
width of your ad, enter the depth,
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calculated. Go ahead and try it out.
You can’t wreck it, I promise!
Also new at kohlervillager.com
are two “virtual bulletin boards.”
One is for public service an-
nouncements pertaining to the Vil-
lage of Kohler, the other is for any-
one in Sheboygan County to
submit events. Submissions to
these boards will also feed into The
Kohler Villager Facebook page
and Twitter
page. Visit
k o h l e r v i l -
lager.com and
look for this
“widget” in
the right side-
bar for more
information. See this at kohlervillager.com/advertising
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Villager
Greetings,
The thoughts
of Spring, 2011
can be laid to
rest for a while.
With the longer
days and
shorter nights,
there is the
“hope springs eternal” that spring
is still out there somewhere. With
the recent snowfalls and freezing
temperatures, the Department of
Public Works has responded well
with the clearing of snow and ice.
Special thanks are extended to
Bruce Neerhof, DPW Superinten-
dent, and his staff: David Buhler,
Chuck Keller, Mike Kitzerow,
Matt Magle and Pete Weber.
The Recreation Department Ad-
Hoc Committee, responsible for
conducting an evaluation of the
structure of the Recreation Depart-
ment, has held two meetings to
date. Chairperson Brian Post and
the five Committee members are
seriously addressing the itemized
directives from the Village Board.
Mary Bogard, Ad-Hoc Committee
member, resigned from her posi-
tion recently. Douglas Bocchini ac-
cepted the open position and was
approved by the Board on January
10, 2011. Sincere thanks to Mary
and welcome to Doug.
It has come to the Village
Board’s attention that there is some
concern regarding the recreational
programs for the 2011 season.
John Pethan, Recreation Depart-
ment Chairperson, is working with
the Recreation Department Super-
visor, Susie Wandschneider, in the
planning of programs for this up-
coming season. The Village resi-
dents can fully expect that the
spring/summer programs will con-
tinue as usual.
With the doldrums of winter,
there is no need to stay locked up
inside your homes. The Kohler Vil-
lage offers several opportunities
for social events. On January 30th,
St. John Evangelist Parish held
their annual Winterfest. On Febru-
ary 20th, the Kohler Police Athletic
Association will be sponsoring
their annual brat fry. The profits
from that fundraiser and bingo are
used to help sponsor the athletic
programs for the Village Recre-
ation Department and the Kohler
School District. Tickets are avail-
able at the event, but can be pur-
chased in advance from any KPAL
member. For further information,
please call the Village Clerk’s Of-
fice (920-459-3873) or Bob Hiers,
President, (467-6673). On average,
the KPAL donates over $13,000
annually to the community for ath-
letic activities. Michael Lindstrom,
Chief of the Kohler Fire Depart-
From the Village Board President . . .
Going away for the weekend?
Working long hours?
Whether your pet is furry, feathered,
fluffy, or scaly, we are happy to come
to your home and take care of your
pets as if they are our own!
= Insured and bonded
= Dog walking & pet sitting
= Fresh food & water
= Simple meds
= Clean litter boxes
= Pooper scooping
Other services provided:
= Plant watering
= Retrieve mail & packages
= Take out trash
Contact Barb in Plymouth:920-946-2290
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Lori in Kiel: 920-894-3951
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Auntie Barb’s Pet Resort
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Bill Erbstoesser
Sales & Leasing Internet Manager
800-459-6840 Cell 920-254-9065
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3513 S. 32nd Street, Sheboygan, WI 53081 920.457.WOOF (9663)
ment, is busy planning the KFD
brat fry for later this spring. The
Kohler Co. offers many winter op-
portunities for events at the Kohler
Memorial Theatre, the Woodlake
Market Area, the American Club,
and Blackwolf Run. These events
are advertised elsewhere in The
Kohl er Vi l l ager. Or, bundle up and
take a walk around the Village!!!
As integral as sports are for any
community, clubs and other organ-
izations are equally important.
Several months ago the Kohler
Civic Club was formed by a num-
ber of former Kohler Kiwanians.
The club has continued many of
the projects handled by the Kiwa-
nis Club for the past 25 years. As
a non-profit organization, they
plan to provide support for many
activities in the Village of Kohler
and the surrounding area. With the
ongoing project of the annual Vil-
lage of Kohler Directory, another
project in the development stage is
that of a Veterans’ Memorial at
Kohler Cemetery. More informa-
tion will be forthcoming as that
project gradually becomes a real-
ity. The Kohler Civic Club cur-
rently meets at the Blackwolf Run
Restaurant on an intermittent
basis. The officers are: President,
Richard Balge; Vice-President,
Bill Grienke; Treasurer, Tom
Schroeder; and Secretary, Donna
Krueger. Please contact Richard
Balge (920-694-1918), if you are
interested in becoming a member.
As all of us look forward to an
early spring, there is the reminder
that many sources feed into the
pollution of the Sheboygan River.
At the January 10th Village Board
meeting, approval was granted for
purchasing a Johnson demo model
high efficiency vacuum street
sweeper from Allianz Madvac, at
a cost of $153,050. The DNR
awarded the Village a $40,000
grant to assist with the payment of
the sweeper. As one of the govern-
mental agencies that is responsible
for polluting the Sheboygan River
Basin, there is the requirement to
reduce the suspended solids in the
basin by 40% by 2013. The per-
centage was determined by
SLAMM (Source Loading and
Management Analysis Model).
The Village’s responsibility will be
achieved by the retrofitting of the
Kohler Co. District Center pond
from a dry pond to a wet pond in
combination with the high effi-
ciency sweeper.
Enjoy month #2 of WI’s Winter!!!
Best of wishes…
John Egan,
Interim Village President
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America Through 2013
TOPEKA, Kan. (January 18,
2011) – Sports Car Club of Amer-
ica, Inc., announced today that the
SCCA National Championship
Runoffs® will remain at Road
America, in Elkhart Lake, Wis.,
through the 2013 event.
The 48th edition of the event,
which crowns National Champi-
ons in SCCA Club Racing’s 28
National classes, will be held Sept.
19-25, 2011.
The extension to the existing
deal, originally a three-year agree-
ment through 2011, assures that
the premier event for amateur road
racers in North America will re-
main in Wisconsin through the
event’s historic 50th running.
“Feedback from competitors
and our members indicated that we
should extend our relationship
with Road America, but the reality
is, assuring that the 50th Runoffs
is at a track with an equal amount
of history and significance is a nat-
ural fit,” SCCA President & CEO
Jeff Dahnert said. “The 2013 event
will be a historic milestone for
both the Runoffs and Road Amer-
ica, and we’re looking forward to
sharing it, and the next three
Runoffs, with them.”
More than 600 competitors par-
ticipated in 28 classes at the 2010
National Championship Runoffs,
which included four days of qual-
ifying and three days of races. In-
cluding the 500 volunteer workers
that operate the week-long event,
the Runoffs serves as the center of
the road racing world during that
period.
“We've seen some of our sea-
son's finest, most competitive rac-
ing action during the Runoffs,”
George Bruggenthies, Road Amer-
ica President, said. “The extension
through 2013, including the 50th
anniversary, is a great compliment
to our organization. We will work
closely with the SCCA to plan a
celebration that fits the incredible
spirit and passion behind SCCA
Club Racing.”
The SCCA National Champi-
onship Runoffs moved to Road
America in 2009, following three
years of racing at Heartland Park
Topeka. Mid-Ohio Sports Car
Course (1994-2005) and Road At-
lanta (1970-1993) previously
hosted the event that alternated in
its early years between Riverside
International Raceway (1964,
1966, and 1968) and Daytona In-
ternational Speedway (1965, 1967,
and 1969).
Dahnert noted that the SCCA
Board of Directors intends to initi-
ate a selection process for the
event’s location following 2013.
That process would likely start in
2012.
More information on the SCCA
Runoffs is available at
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Madison, Wis. (January 3, 2011) –
Sue Breitbach Fenn, an American
Family Insurance agent in Sheboy-
gan, WI, has been recognized for
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agents who have demonstrated the
highest level of commitment to
outstanding customer service.
Breitbach Fenn has been an
agent for American Family since
January, 1994. Her office is located
at 3626 Erie Ave. Sheboygan, WI
53081.
“Customer service is more im-
portant than ever,” said Jack
Salzwedel, American Family pres-
ident and chief operating officer.
“I’m proud that more American
Family Insurance agents made the
commitment to meeting the Distin-
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experience with their current
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Agents who meet or surpass the
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New York ballet with a Latin flair
Cha Chas onto Kohler stage
Series concludes with a special dinner with musical artist John Tesh
Forget what you traditionally
think of ballet and strap on your
Mambo shoes. New York’s Ballet
Hispanico blends this classic
dance with Latin culture.
The Kohler Foundation brings
this Hispanic-flavored show to the
Kohler Memorial Theatre (260
School St., Kohler) on Saturday,
Feb. 12, 7 p.m. as part of its annual
Distinguished Guest Series.
Adult Tickets are $38/$28; Stu-
dent Tickets are $19/$14. Order
tickets online at www.kohlerfoun-
dation.org/tickets or (920) 458-
1972.
This high-energy performance
blends elements from three ballets
within Ballet Hispanico’s reper-
toire. Each choreographed by a
different member of the company,
the elements explore iconic gender
images, experiment with an Asian
influence, and bring the audience
back to the traditional rhythms of
Latin social dancing, such as the
Congo, Rumba, Mambo and Cha
Cha. (Programming is subject to
change.)
Under the new artistic direction of
Eduardo Vilaro, the 70-year-old
Ballet Hispanico explores, pre-
serves and celebrates Latino cul-
ture through dance. The mission
unfolds in the work of the com-
pany, school and outreach pro-
gram, Primeros Pasos. For more
information, visit www.ballethis-
panico.org.
Mark Your Calendar: Special
Dinner With John Tesh
The final Distinguished Guest
Series season show on Saturday,
April 9, features former Entertain-
ment Tonight host, successful
radio show personality and accom-
plished musician John Tesh. Dine
with this celebrated artist before
his Kohler performance. This op-
portunity will have limited atten-
dance. Watch www.kohlerfounda-
tion.org/tickets for details on this
special opportunity.
Special Performance Perks
With their Distinguished Guest
Series ticket, performance atten-
dees are welcome to enjoy many
special offers at Kohler businesses
for the day, night and week of the
event.
These special offers include
complimentary food or drink (with
purchase) at Blackwolf Run,
Cucina, The Horse & Plow, The
Winery Bar, Craverie, Woodlake
Market and Take 5 Café at Sports
Core, as well as special rates for
accommodations at The American
Club and Inn on Woodlake. In ad-
dition to the special room rates, at-
tendees will receive a welcome
amenity, 20 percent off services at
the Kohler Waters Spa and a $25
Destination Kohler gift card (upon
check in).
Also, new this year at the the-
ater, wine and beer will be avail-
able for purchase during intermis-
sions.
Ticket Information: Student
tickets are for those high school
age and younger. Group discounts
are available. Order tickets online
at www.kohlerfoundation.org/tick-
ets or by calling (920) 458-1972.
All shows will be performed at the
Kohler Memorial Theatre, 260
School St., Kohler, Wis.
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Meet the members of the
Kohler Fire Department
NATE JINGST
POSITION – Firefighter.
DUTIES – It shall be the duty of
active firefighters to obey all com-
mands of their officers while on
duty. It is also the duty of a fire-
fighter to be prompt at all meet-
ings, fire alarms, and fire drills.
The firefighter must assemble at
the engine house without delay
and assist in getting the apparatus
to the scene in readiness for oper-
ation as soon as possible.
YEARS OF SERVICE – 2.
OCCUPATION – Engineering
Technician, Kohler Co.
HOBBIES & INTERESTS – Out-
door Sports & motorcycles
FAMILY – Single.
YEARS IN KOHLER –3.
TJ KRAMER
POSITION – Firefighter.
DUTIES – It shall be the duty of ac-
tive firefighters to obey all commands
of their officers while on duty. It is
also the duty of a firefighter to be
prompt at all meetings, fire alarms,
and fire drills. The firefighter must as-
semble at the engine house without
delay and assist in getting the appara-
tus to the scene in readiness for oper-
ation as soon as possible.
YEARS OF SERVICE – 2
OCCUPATION – Plumbing Technical
Support., Kohler Co.
HOBBIES & INTERESTS – Hunting,
Fishing, Spending time at the cottage
with friends and family, cooking, and
making beer.
FAMILY – Wife Erin, Dog Delaney
YEARS IN KOHLER – 21, 1984-
2002, 2007- present.
ROB HOLZRICHTER
POSITION – Firefighter.
DUTIES – It shall be the duty of
active firefighters to obey all
commands of their officers while
on duty. It is also the duty of a
firefighter to be prompt at all
meetings, fire alarms, and fire
drills. The firefighter must assem-
ble at the engine house without
delay and assist in getting the ap-
paratus to the scene in readiness
for operation as soon as possible.
YEARS OF SERVICE – 5.
OCCUPATION – Commercial
underwriter, Acuity Insurance.
HOBBIES & INTERESTS –
Cooking & Hiking.
FAMILY – Wife Molly, Daugh-
ters McKenna & Riley.
YEARS IN KOHLER – 5.
Neil Simon’s FOOLS
Opens March 3rd
KHS Produces Comic Fairytale
Playwright Neil Simon de-
scribes his play FOOLS as a
comic fable. KHS actors and ac-
tresses in the cast have been en-
joying Simon’s silliness since be-
ginning rehearsals in January.
FOOLS tells the story of Leon
Tolchinsky (Sterling Rick-
abaugh), an enthusiastic new
school teacher, who comes to the
small Ukranian village of Ko-
lenchnikov. It doesn’t take long
for him to learn that the entire vil-
lage is cursed with stupidity.
When he falls in love with Sophia
(Brenna Hogan, Kitty O’Neill),
the beautiful but dull daughter of
the town doctor, he decides to do
his best to break the curse. His
task is made more difficult by
Sophia’s other suitor, Count Gre-
gor (Andrew Grose).
“The play is fun for all ages,”
said director Peggy Hoffmann.
“We’ll be doing the production
in our ‘black box’ theatre, where
the audience sits on the stage
with the players. The audience
will have a close-up theatre expe-
rience and it gives the cast a
chance to interact with the audi-
ence.” Colorful costumes and a
unique set also add to the fairy-
tale feel of the play.
Also included in the cast are
Katie Anderson and Rachel O’-
Keefe (Lenya), Zach Neil and
Ray Venn (Doctor), Sarah Leick
and Annabelle Goese (Snetsky),
Jessie Dyksterhouse and
Kayleigh Zittel (Slovitch),
Brooke Dietrich and Morgan
Fenton (Mishkin), Grace Lofgren
and Courtney Rutten (Yenchna),
Sam Dedek and Madeline Kelly
(Bubka), and Sam Schmitt and
Nick Scheppmann (Magistrate).
Advance tickets are strongly
recommended as the audience
only holds 90 people. Tickets are
$5.00 in advance and $7.00 at the
door and available in the school
office. Show times are 7 pm on
March 3, 4, and 5 and 2 pm on
Sunday, March 6. Some parts of
the play are double cast and a cast
list for each performance is avail-
able in the school office. For
more information about the pro-
duction, call Peggy Hoffmann at
208-8111.
Cast members Rachel O'Keefe, Sterling
Rickabaugh and Katie Anderson.
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With Child maternity & baby boutique
expands offerings in a new location at
The Shops at Woodlake
With Child Maternity and Baby
Boutique, Sheboygan County’s
only exclusively maternity and
baby boutique, has moved to a new
storefront at The Shops at Wood-
lake Kohler. The boutique is dou-
bling its size to accommodate ex-
panding product lines and offer a
more comfortable and customized
shopping experience.
“In order to offer the best prod-
ucts, the latest trends, a larger in-
ventory of customer favorites and
new unique services we needed ad-
ditional space,” said Tarra Brotz,
co-owner of With Child Maternity
and Baby Boutique.
The expanded store footprint al-
lows the boutique to offer new
product lines in addition to cus-
tomer favorites. New lines include
Baby Mayoral, a new children’s
line of apparel based in Spain that
was just introduced in the United
States in January 2011 and Ju Ju
Bee, a new line of bags and match-
ing accessories. Additional new
product lines include Itzy Ritzy,
Swankie Blankie, Aden + Anais,
RoomMates, Piggy Paint, Ah goo
baby, San Diego Hats, Cotton
Kids, Chloi and Isabelle, Le Top,
uMaMe Maternity, and Glamour-
mom. These new product lines are
also available for purchase online
at www.WithChildMaternity.com.
The store’s custom services
have been enhanced to make With
Child a destination for all expec-
tant moms and parents. The baby
registry services have expanded to
include a With Child Registry Kit
including free samples and baby
shower registry card inserts. Shop-
pers will be delighted to find per-
sonalized baby gifts, custom baby
announcement and party invita-
tions, and information about in-
store classes including Kinder-
musik, Baby Massage and Yoga,
and other interactive child-parent
experiences.
“We wish to continue informing
and reminding parents that our
store is their local resource to find
quality ‘mom-tested’ products for
mom and baby and helpful infor-
mation and personalized assistance
with fittings, product instruction
and questions,” said Shelley
Knepfel, co-owner of With Child
Maternity and Baby Boutique.
The décor of the boutique incor-
porates a medley of grey hues
highlighted by custom lighting,
soft accents and faux finishing
from Artistic Decor by Christine
Carr. The walls will be decorated
by elegant framed photos of She-
boygan County children and par-
ents photographed by Leslie Faye
Photography. The new location of-
fers two dressing rooms allowing
for ease in trying on apparel and
new moms will be pleased to know
that each staff member is a certi-
fied nursing bra fitting consultant.
In celebration of the relocation and
expansion, the boutique is con-
ducting a Kid’s Photo Contest with
Photography by Leslie Faye. The
grand prize winner will be featured
in a framed photo in the new store
and win a $100 gift certificate to
With Child, an 11x14 print with a
funky Wild Sorbet Frame and an
Accordion Photo Book. The retail
value of the grand prize package is
more than $550. The runner up
will receive a free Accordion Photo
Book and all participants will re-
ceive a Facebook image posting to
share with family and friends. To
participate in the contest customers
should purchase children’s cloth-
ing from With Child and schedule
a complimentary 30-minute photo
session for their child/children
wearing the With Child apparel
along with verification of the pur-
chase. Sessions are available
through February 17, 2011. To
schedule a session and for more in-
formation, contact Leslie Faye at
920-893-5707 or info@photos-
bylesliefaye.com. The studio is lo-
cated at 411 East Mill Street, Suite
202 in Plymouth.
The boutique relocated on Jan-
uary 20 to the location between
Kohler Gardener and Wisconsin
Trader next to Art Imig’s Clothiers
(the former home of Panache
Gifts). A grand opening celebration
is planned for spring.
Customers are encouraged to join
Facebook to learn more about the
new store offerings, featured prod-
uct information, special services,
events, and to register for give-
aways.
Located at 795E Woodlake
Road at The Shops at Woodlake
Kohler, With Child Maternity and
Baby Boutique is the only exclu-
sively maternity and baby boutique
in Sheboygan County. Owned by a
mother-daughter team, the bou-
tique offers products, apparel and
gifts for expectant mothers, babies
and toddlers. The store opened on
March 8, 2008. Store hours are
Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm,
Saturday from 10am-5pm and
Sunday from 11am-5pm. Online
shopping and information is avail-
able at WithChildMaternity.com.
With Child Maternity and Baby
Boutique and Sheboygan Pediatric
Associates celebrated the start of
the new year with a new offering
for each new baby. The program
began January 1, 2011 providing a
free pair of Trumpette Socks to
each newborn patient at Sheboy-
gan Pediatrics as a welcome gift.
“We know that a new baby will
‘knock the socks off’ of parents so
we wanted to celebrate the miracle
of birth with a free gift for Sheboy-
gan County parents,” said Tarra
Brotz, co-owner of With Child Ma-
ternity and Baby Boutique.
The gift includes one Trumpette
sock and a congratulatory card that
contains information on how to re-
deem the matching sock to com-
plete the pair. The corresponding
sock will be awaiting the new par-
ent at the store along with addi-
tional information about products
and services available at the bou-
tique and in the Sheboygan County
area.
For more than 20 years, She-
boygan Pediatric Associates has
provided the highest quality of care
to children of all ages. Information
available at SheboyganPeds.com.
New year brings new
offering at Sheboygan
Pediatrics
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winter’s night during Festive
Fridays at the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
The unmistakable sound of
Copper Box will fill the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 during
Festive Fridays. Visitors can dance
the evening away and even learn
some new moves during the free
dance instruction during intermis-
sion, browse the many new exhibi-
tions that have opened since the
New Year began and enjoy a cash
bar and free appetizers from Ella’s
Dela.
Based in Oshkosh, Copper Box
combines roots-music influences
from the Cajun, Zydeco, rock and
polka traditions in their perform-
ances of original and covered ma-
terial. “The Pink Floyd Polka,” a
cover of Pink Floyd’s single
“Comfortably Numb,” is their
most–requested arrangement. This
entertaining and versatile group in-
cludes Danny Jerabek on his slam-
min' button accordion, cornet,
sousaphone, keyboard and vocals;
Michelle Jerabek on vocals, saxo-
phones, guitar and washboard;
Kevin Juneman on bass; and Jason
Van Ryzin on drums. They have
performed in festivals across the
country in main stage lineups that
included Little Feat, Lou Gramm,
the Radiators and The Little River
Band, among others.
Tickets to experience Copper
Box at Festive Fridays are $10 in
advance or $12 at the door. Mem-
bers receive a discounted rate. Buy
by phone at 920-458-6144, online
at www.jmkac.org/tickets or in per-
son at the Arts Center, located at
608 New York Ave. in downtown
Sheboygan. All persons attending
must be 21 or over. Doors open at
6:15 p.m., and the evening lasts
until 9:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call the Arts Center at 920-
458-6144.
Copper Box returns to Sheboygan’s John
Michael Kohler Arts Center Feb. 4 for Festive
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“I
am honored to be your
Sheboygan County Circuit
Court Judge in Branch III
and recognize the responsibility
that accompanies this honor. My
commitment to the protection of the
public is a priority every day. All who
find their way into my courtroom
because of a legal matter as a crime
victim, witness or litigant, defendant
or prosecutor, or to serve as a juror
can trust that they will be treated
respectfully and fairly.
“Some of the most sensitive and
impacting cases before me involve
civil matters such as family cases or
disputes between neighbors, professionals, and business leaders.
My background as both a prosecutor and attorney specializing
in family law prepared me well to handle all matters presented
before me in court. As your judge in Branch III, I will continue
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The UW-Extension Landscape
and Grounds Maintenance Short
Course returns in February 2011.
This four week short course is in-
tended for landscapers, parks and
ground maintenance professionals
along with horticultural enthusiasts
interested in learning more. It will
help keep you and your employees
up-to-date on current plant dis-
eases, insect issues, perennials, turf
care, as well as urban tree and
shrub care.
This year’s short course will be
held at the Sheboygan County UW-
Extension Office, 5 University
Drive, Sheboygan, on February 4,
11, 18 and 25, from 1:00 to 4:00
p.m. The UW-Extension Office is
now located on the UW-Sheboygan
Campus.
Registration fee for the entire
short course is $40.00 per person.
If 3 or more individuals from the
same organization attend all four
sessions, the cost is reduced to
$35.00 per person. You may choose
to attend individual sessions for
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Open to the public.
Kohler Co. announces
plans for Hamilton
Grand – golf’s most
coveted address
Introducing Hamilton Grand, St.
Andrews – the launch of luxury
apartments with a “Grand Address”
KOHLER, Wisconsin – January 18,
2011 – Kohler Co. announced official
development plans for Hamilton
Grand, one of golf’s most pho-
tographed and iconic buildings. Lo-
cated adjacent to the Royal & Ancient
Golf Club in St. Andrews, Scotland,
Hamilton Grand overlooks the 18th
Green of the Old Course, The West
Sands Beach and the Bay of St. An-
drews. Encompassing 26 luxury resi-
dences, Hamilton Grand will become
the fourth historic property restored
and renovated by Kohler Co.
Kohler Co., through its subsidiary,
The Old Course Limited, purchased
Hamilton Grand in late 2009. In con-
junction with the Kingdom of Fife,
Kohler Co. held a two-day public con-
sultation and welcomed St. Andrews
citizens to learn more about the plans
and to provide feedback for restoring
the building to its former glory. The
meetings were met with overwhelming
support, underscoring the fact that
Kohler Co. is sensitively developing
one of the town’s most famous land-
marks.
With thorough input from the
townspeople and the Fife Council,
Kohler Co.’s first step was to officially
change the name to “Hamilton Grand,”
combining the titles of the building’s
previous uses, the Grand Hotel, which
opened in 1895, and Hamilton Hall, the
University of St Andrews dormitory
named after its Founder Thomas
Hamilton.
“Our goal is to restore Hamilton
Grand and create a dwelling that will
make the people of St. Andrews
proud,” said Debbie Taylor, President
– Hospitality and Real Estate Group,
Kohler Co. “We have been honored to
work with community members
throughout this process. With their sup-
port, we are pleased to unveil our plans
to the rest of the world.”
Hamilton Grand will offer a total of
26 private residences ranging from
two-, three- and four-bedroom apart-
ments, including a penthouse with ex-
pansive 360-degree views and a private
balcony. Residents will experience
award-winning hospitality with butler
service, valet parking and a golf
concierge. Hamilton Grand will also
feature a Grill Restaurant and Bar,
open to the public, and a Members’ Li-
brary on the ground floor. For an added
premium, a private chef and sommelier
is available to cook in the comfort of
resident’s apartments. Residents will
have exclusive membership of The
Duke’s Course, Kohler Waters Spa and
all the amenities of the Old Course
Hotel including 4 distinct dining expe-
riences.
Featuring unparalleled views of the
Old Course, The West Sands Beach
and the Bay of St. Andrews, the resi-
dences are available unfurnished or
fully furnished with handcrafted furni-
ture from Baker, a Kohler-owned com-
pany. Signature KOHLER plumbing
products will be included in each resi-
dence.
“Hamilton Grand will be a unique
real estate opportunity for those who
want to own a home in the birthplace
of golf and a premier destination that
is rich in history – the holy grail of
golf,” said Taylor. “We are looking for-
ward to restoring the building using
our restoration expertise, and returning
a piece of Scottish history to its land-
mark status.”
Included in Kohler’s renovation
profile is The American Club in
Kohler, Wisconsin, which opened in
1918 as a dormitory for immigrant fac-
tory workers. The property was re-
stored and reopened as a resort hotel in
1981, and today stands as the Mid-
west’s only AAA Five Diamond Resort
Hotel, recognition it has earned for 25
consecutive years. The American Club
is included on a list of Historic Hotels
of America by the National Trust for
Historic Preservation.
The company also restored River-
bend, an estate home constructed in
1923 by Walter J. Kohler, then Gover-
nor of Wisconsin and President of
Kohler Co. It was considered one of
the 40 great mansions of North Amer-
ica. In 2001, Kohler Co. refurbished
the estate and re-opened it with 31
rooms and its own spa as an exclusive
private membership club.
For additional information on
Hamilton Grand, visit www.Hamilton-
Grand.co.uk.
Eight Kohler students amond
Lakeshore Technical College
CLEVELAND — Jan. 26, 2011
— Eight hundred and ninety stu-
dents were named to Lakeshore
Technical College’s fall 2010
dean’s list. To make the dean’s
list, students must have com-
pleted six or more semester cred-
its and earned a semester grade
point average of at least 3.4 on a
4.0 scale. Among them were eight
students from Kohler: Markus
Cook, Timothy Fibiger, Michele
Hoeppner, Keith Hoover, Katie
Schneider, Christy Spatz,
Michael Stauff, Kayla Truman.
Kohler Police Athletic League
Sunday, February 20, 2011
11:30 A.M. – 6:00 p.m.
Kohler Fire House
Highland Drive in Kohler
Brats, burgers, chicken sandwiches,
potato salads, beans, desserts, drinks,
raffles and door prizes
Proceeds go toward KPAL Kohler youth programs
Please watch for your neighbor members and youth
who will be selling tickets door to door and at various
other locations for this important event
For information or tickets call Jim at 4574722
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Sunday, 9am-3pm
Featuring handmade scarves, purses, pins, bracelets,
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created by artisans from across the country.
Entrance Fee $7
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glass of sparkling wine.
For information, call
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The American Club®
Grace UCC
church dedicates
new organ
Grace United Church of Christ
wishes to invite the public to a
dedication concert of their new
Rodgers Masterpiece organ on Fri-
day, February 25 at 7 p.m.
David Howard Pettit will be the
primary presenter for this program.
He is an accomplished organist,
composer and church musician.
He has hosted master classes at the
Beijing Conservatory and the Jul-
liard School of Music. His career
has spanned over 30 years and he
has appeared throughout the
United States, Hawaii, the United
Kingdom, Germany, Japan, China
and the West Indies.
The concert will feature the
three-manual Rodgers Masterpiece
organ with its 98 stops and an
equivalent of 108 ranks of winded
pipes. This instrument also boasts
over 1,000 MIDI orchestral voices,
many of which will be heard at the
concert.
The instrument will also be
used to accompany the Sr. Choir of
Grace UCC and attendants in
singing sacred music.
A light reception will follow the
concert at Grace United Church of
Christ. The public will find Grace
UCC at the corner of Oakly and
School Street (500 School Street)
in Kohler, Wisconsin. The doors
will open at 5:30.
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Our heart s and rooms are open t o al l .
For more information about any of our
homes, call Jane at 467-2401, ext. 127
or visit www.pinehaven.org
I’d Like to Clarify a Few Tings
People talk; that’s wonderful when it’s the good news that Pine Haven
continues to be known as THE place to receive quality care in a
Christ-centered environment. We are proud of our rich 60 year
history in Sheboygan County. Tere are two misconceptions which
need to be cleared up: waiting list and affordability.
When reviewing senior care facilities, make certain you are
accurately comparing services, fees and levels
of care offered at each. We think you will be
surprised to find how cost-effective we are.
With our continuum of care, you or a loved one
can move here right now …no waiting!
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The Kohler 3rd grade Bombers basketball team went 4-0
with wins over Ozaukee, Random Lake, Grafton Basketball
Club and Grafton Select Sports on their way to winning the Jan-
uary 15th tournament hosted by Ozaukee.
Pictured (L to R): Front - Davis Maki, Eli Nugent, Noah Ertel, Joe Dietrich
Middle - Tyler Roeder, Tommy Groom, Connor Cassidy, Leo Fink, Carter
Gebler Back - Coach Rick Ertel, Coach Chris Groom
The Kohler 4th grade boys won the Consolation Bracket Championship at
Ozaukee on January 15.
Front Row Left to Right - David Benishek, Ben Guesneau, Tyler Ruminski, Parker Hansen,
Carter Knuth, Nick Wandschneider. 2nd Row - Ben Heins, Zachary Jarentowski, Colin Hogan.
Back Row - Coaches Michael Jarentowski, Marcus Knuth, Mark Hansen. Missing - Ben Herold
Kohler boys win
tournaments at Ozaukee
Local dance team takes
home Grand Champion
trophy
From left: Jamie Lewis, Zia Harriott, Isabel Lyons, Emma Hapeman, Emily Vallo.
Five members of the Ex-
treme All Star Dance Team
placed first in their division
and won the overall grand
champion award at the Light-
ening Bolt Explosion Dance
Competition on January 15,
2011 at Appleton North High
School. Jamie Lewis, Zia
Harriet, Isabel Lyons, Emma
Hapeman and Emily Vallo
competed in the Junior Pom
division. The grand cham-
pion trophy is awarded to the
team with the highest scoring
routine in all divisions. More
than 1,000 dancers partici-
pated in this event.
Special Olympics rep.
Martha Hill to speak at
Kohler Village Hall
Martha Hill, a She-
boygan native and em-
ployee at Woodlake
Market in Kohler, will
speak about her adven-
tures as a representative
for Special Olympics at
the Kohler Village Hall
on February 7, 2011 at
1:30 p.m.
Hill was recently selected to be
the one worldwide athlete to repre-
sent Special Olympics on the Inter-
national Law Enforcement Torch
Run (LETR) Executive Council. She
is only the fourth Special Olympics
athlete ever to serve on the council
and the first from Wisconsin.
Prior to being appointed to the
LETR Executive Council, Hill was
chosen to serve a three-year term on
the Wisconsin LETR state commit-
tee in 2009. She was also chosen in
2007 as one of 12 athletes world-
wide to represent Special Olympics
as a Sargent Shriver International
Global Messenger, where she trav-
eled to China to speak at
the 2007 Special
Olympics World Summer
Games.
Hill has been actively
spreading the vision of
Special Olympics for
many years, including
traveling to Lambeau
Field for a video shoot
with Packer’s linebacker AJ Hawk,
Special Olympics Wisconsin’s 2007
official spokesperson, and Washing-
ton, D.C. to meet with the state’s
elected officials to discuss the im-
portance of Special Olympics.
Hill has participated in SOWI for
14 years. She has trained in team
basketball, bocce ball, and has com-
peted at the state level in aquatics for
12 years and currently participates in
golf.
All are invited to attend the Feb-
ruary 7 meeting, which is the regular
monthly meeting for the Kohler sen-
iors group.
The Kohler JV boys basketball
team won the Kohler basketball
tournament held December 17-18.
Their first victory was against
Gibraltar with a score of 46-30.
The leading scorers were Eric
Mehoke with 12 points, Jemehl
Graham with 11 points, and Greg
Swialik with 8 points.
In the championship game,
Kohler beat Sevastopol with a
score of 54-43. Leading scorers
were Jemehl Graham with 12
points, Tyler Lewis with 10 points,
and James Misfeldt with 8 points.
The whole team played well
with great teamwork.
Kohler JV
boys
basketball
team wins
Kohler
tournament
Martha Hill
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Building a TRADITION… … a WINNINGTradition!
Kohler Soccer Team - 1926
State Finalist – 2009; Sectional Champion – 2009
Regional Champion – 2009; ’08; ’07; ‘06
CLC Conference Champion – 2009; ’08; ’07
NSCAA Academic Award – 2009, ‘08
Scott Roberts Memorial
3v3 Soccer Tournament
March 12-13,2010
Kohler High School
U8 – High School Age Brackets
Girls and Boys
Grab Some Friends…
Join In The Fun…
Join In The TRADITION!!!
Photos copyright Wisconsin Adult Soccer Association and Network Photos
A look back: Kohler HS basketball teams
have made eight trips to Madison
By guest writer Bruce Erickson
One of the most exciting times
for a community and school is
when their basketball team quali-
fies for the State Basketball Tour-
nament in Madison. Kohler High
School has done it eight times-
seven for the boys and once for the
girls. I thought it would be fun to
look back at these special years
that have become a big part of the
school’s outstanding sports history.
The first time a Kohler High
School basketball team made it to
Madison was in 1950. The boys’
team won the Eastern Wisconsin
Conference championship during
the regular season with a record of
12 and 2. Their only two losses
came at the hands of Sheboygan
Falls. The coach was Roy Ebben
who had been coaching Kohler
basketball since 1938. Roy had
some good teams over the years
but the 1949-50 one was his most
promising. This team was tall and
gifted. They were led by a 6'5''
sophomore Dick Gascoigne and a
6'3'' junior Bob Badura.
WIAA tournament structure in
1950 was based on a one class sys-
tem. Only eight schools would
make it to Madison to play for the
state championship. Smaller en-
rollment schools started out play-
ing in a district tournament with
the winner taking on another dis-
trict winner in a sub-sectional
playoff. Kohler started their run to
Madison with a close game with
Howards Grove and won 34 to 32.
They then won games against New
Holstein and Random Lake. The
next week on Tuesday they played
tin a sub-sectional game and beat
Oakfield. On Friday night of that
same week they moved on to the
sectional tournament at Waupun.
Their first opponent was a Lodi
team that was state ranked and had
a record of 21 and 1. Kohler won
the game 56 to 44 and would meet
Madison West for the sectional
championship. They prevailed by
a score of 53 to 40 to qualify for a
trip to Madison. You can imagine
the great excitement in the school
and village as one of the smaller
high schools in Wisconsin was
moving into the state limelight.
Their first opponent in Madison
was Two Rivers. The game was
played on a Thursday afternoon
before a crowd of 14,000. Kohler
put up a gallant battle but fell by a
score of 47 to 44. But they were
not done. Because there were only
eight high schools involved in the
tournament, first game losers
would play a consolation round.
Kohler took on Onalaska and won
57 to 37 to qualify for the conso-
lation championship game on Sat-
urday. Their opponent in this game
was Wauwatosa. Kohler lost by a
score of 54 to 39. The village cel-
ebrated the team’s return with a
huge pep rally. They were honored
by the Kohler Company with a
banquet at the American Club.
Members of this 1950 team were
Dick Gascoigne, Bob Badura, Bill
Pohland, Bill Nack,Glen Reine-
man, Pete Anglebeck, Neal
Mueller, Lee Ebben, James
Schulz, Rod Kohls, Charles Meid
and Roger Strenger.
It is interesting to note that
Kohler had an even better basket-
ball team during the 1950-51 sea-
son. With most of the team back
they went through the year with a
perfect 18 and 0 mark and were
ranked the number one small
school in the state. They won the
first 6 games in tournament play
and earned a berth in the
Wauwatosa Sectional. They beat
Kenosha in the first game but lost
to Wauwatosa who was playing on
their home floor. Kohler finished
with a record of 25 and 1. The fol-
lowing year Kohler posted a
record of 22 and 1.
Some additional information
about 1950: Kohler High School
had an enrollment of just over 100
students. The school did not have
it’s own gymnasium but played all
games in Recreation Hall which
was in the building that is now oc-
cupied by the Kohler Design Cen-
ter. All football and baseball games
were played in the field across the
street from the Recreation Hall
next to the Kohler Company. Bob
Badura was one of the best all
around athletes to ever attend
Kohler High School. In addition to
basketball he was outstanding in
football, track and baseball. He
went on to play for the Wisconsin
Badgers in basketball. Sadly Bob
passed away this past year.
The next trip to the state finals
took place in 1956. Stay tuned.
Bottom: T. Sachse, K. Strenger, S. Swanson, P. Usadel, C. Mauer, P. Ehren, M. Daoust, M. Zimmerman, M. Schmeling, J. Unger, Coaches Swanson and Kampman, G.
Scheppmann, J. Wolf, R. Horneck, Coaches Dietzo and Hucke, T. Biwan, D. Arndt, B. Wells, K. Schaetz, J. Molenda, S. Progar, P. Gallagher, J. Capelle, A. Kattreh, J. Brown
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Village Meetings Scheduled for
2/7 Property Committee 4:45 pm
2/7 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
2/10 Public Library Board 4:00 pm
(at Library)
2/14 Village Board 5:30 pm
2/24 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless other-
wise indicated.
From Clerk/Treasurer
Laurie Lindow:
Spring Primary Tuesday,
February 15
The Spring Primary will be held Tues-
day, February 15. The polling place is
located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the
Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, and will be open from 7:00 am
to 8:00 pm.
The Spring Election will be Tuesday,
April 5. For more information about
voter registration, absentee voting and
upcoming elections, contact the Clerk-
Treasurer’s office at 920-459-3873. For
more information about Wisconsin’s
voter registration system and election
procedures, contact the Wisconsin
State Elections Board at 1-866-
VOTEWIS (868-3947) or
seb@seb.state.wi.us, or see their web-
site at http://elections.wi.gov.
Dog and Cat Licenses
All dogs and cats over 5 months of age
require licensing. Rabies vaccination
certificate is required at time of licens-
ing. Dogs and cats must be licensed by
April 1 of each year. The fees are:
Unaltered dog/cat $12.00
Altered dog/cat $ 5.00
Late fee $ 5.00
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten:
Vacation Checks: Don’t forget that if
you are planning to go away on spring
break or at any time during the year,
that you may have the Kohler Police
Department check your house while
you are gone. Residents can now re-
quest a vacation check on-line through
the Kohler Police Department’s web
page, by stopping by the department or
calling. If you call outside of regular
business hours you may leave a mes-
sage too. In your message just include
your name, address, duration of your
vacation and any other pertinent infor-
mation that we may need to know.
Some pertinent information may in-
clude lights that are on timers, alarms,
and names of persons that may stop by
or keyholders. Any other questions
about this service, please call the police
department.
THE
VILLAGE
VIEW www.kohlervillage.org
Electronic Warnings and Citations:
The Kohler Police Department with the
help of a grant through the State of Wis-
consin has transitioned to Electronic
Traffic Warnings and Electronic Traffic
Citations. Our department needed to be-
come compliant with the new traffic
stop data collection requirements of the
State of Wisconsin. The technology has
existed in the State of Wisconsin for
about 6 years, but before was cost pro-
hibitive. Through this grant, the officers
now will be able to electronically print
out these documents and then save them
to their computers. The information then
gets transmitted electronically to the
State and to the Municipal Court. The
officers will eventually be able to print
accident reports in the squads for added
efficiency. The ultimate goal is to be
able to have a paperless records system
and to be more efficient in our policing.
All the police departments in Sheboygan
County will eventually have this tech-
nology. The Kohler Police Department
was able to implement more quickly
largely due to Administrative Assistant
Jodie Kuklinski’s efforts.
KOHLER VILLAGE BOARD
John Egan, President
Brett Edgerle
John Egan
Thomas Gast
John Pethan
Brian Post
John Renzelmann
Tom Schnettler
Clerk‐Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Susie Wandschneider
Librarian
Erin Coppersmith
Actions taken by the Village Board
during their meeting on November
29 and December 13, 2010:
= Approved payment of Walsdorf Roof-
ing Co., Inc. invoice for Memorial
Building roofing, $163,114.45.
= Approved Frey/Gomoll Easement
Agreement & Informed Consent &
Waiver of Conflict.
= Approved 2011 Water & Sewer
Utility budgets.
= Approved Operator’s licenses as
requested.
= Approved Temporary Class B beer
license for Above & Beyond
Children’s Museum for 1/28-1/30.
= Approved October 2010 Revenue &
Expense Reports, bank reconciliation
& journal entries.
= Approved loan documents borrowing
$866,000 from Associated Bank for
2010 Capital Outlay projects for a
10-year term at a fixed rate of 3.65%.
= Approved loan documents to refi-
nance $850,000 State Trust Fund
Loan with Associated Bank for a
9-year term at a fixed rate of 3.65%.
= Appointed Peter Fetterer to the
Centennial Committee.
= Approved the following Ordinances:
2010-6, 2011 Budget Adoption & Tax
Levy
2010-7, Municipal Judge & collection
of forfeitures & costs.
= Approved the following Tourism Pro-
motion & Development Committee
funding requests:
$5,000 ice skating rink maintenance
on Woodlake for use on weekends
$15,000 Women’s Weekend of
wellness
$10,000 Winterfest Celebration on
January 29, 2011
$50,000 American Club 1
st
Qtr.
Romance Package Push
$25,000 American Club Resort
Weddings
$20,000 American Club Resort Group
Sales Initiatives
From Rec. Dept.
Susie Wandschneider
Village of Kohler
seeking applicants
for Summer Jobs
with Recreation
Department
The positions available for application
are for Summer Camps. These camps
include :
• Adventure Camps for Boys and for
Girls
• Cheerleading Camp
• Tennis Lessons
• Baseball Coaches for t-ball
• Frisbee camp
• Flag Football
You must be 14 years old by June 10
to apply for the above positions.
In the pool:
• Lifeguards, must be Red Cross Cer-
tified
You must be 16 years old by June 10
to apply for this position.
Applications may be picked up at the
Village Hall at 319 Highland Drive.
Please apply by April 15.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof:
SNOW EMERGENCY:
To find out if a snow emergency is in
effect for the Village, call 459-3881
anytime, visit our website, or WHBL
News Radio 1330. There is no parking
on Village streets during a snow emer-
gency. A snow emergency is called
when accumulation is expected to ex-
ceed four inches. Snow emergencies
are typically called from 8:00 AM
until 12:00 PM to give the snowplows
an opportunity to clear the streets with
no cars in the way.
SNOW REMOVAL:
Here are some reminders on Village
snow removal ordinances and poli-
cies:
1. Please remember to shovel your
sidewalks within 24 hours after a
snowfall event.
2. Do not blow or shovel snow back
into the street.
3. Please remove vehicles from the
street when the plows are in opera-
tion.
SNOW REMOVAL AROUND
KIOSKS:
It is the residents’ responsibility to
have the snow removed around the
kiosks/NDCBU (neighborhood deliv-
ery and collection box unit)/cluster
boxes. The Postal Service will not de-
liver mail if the carrier is not able to
reach the unit – the front as well as the
backside. Someone in the unit/neigh-
borhood needs to take the initiative to
remove the snow; or maybe the re-
sponsibility can be shared within the
unit. The Village is not responsible to
keep these areas clear of snow.
REPORTING OF ILLICIT
DISCHARGE:
It is a requirement in the Village of
Kohler Storm water permit with the
DNR to educate the Public on illicit
discharges to the storm water system.
An illicit discharge would be the
dumping of any chemical, pet waste,
or hazardous substance into the street
or a storm basin inlet. The substance
would eventually make its way into
the Sheboygan River causing a pollu-
tion hazard. To report an illicit dis-
charge, please call the Public Works
office at 459-3881.
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LIBRARY LINK
KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY
FEBRUARY, 2011
KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCA-
TION:
Kohler Public Library is housed with the
school library in the school building at 333
Upper Road.
WINTER HOURS:
Monday—Thursday: 8am-8:30pm
Friday: 8am—5pm
Sunday 1—4pm
We open at 9am on non-school days.
LIBRARY PARKING SPOTS
Just a reminder that library parking spots
are for library patrons only. Please don’t
park there if you are dropping off or picking
up your kids, or attending an after school
events. Tickets will be issued if you are
parked there illegally. This policy is to en-
sure that elderly patrons and patrons with
small kids don’t have to park at the back of
the parking lot.
REMINDER TO ALL PARENTS
In accordance with the Library Board poli-
cies, children under the age of 10 should not
be left alone in the library. Please make al-
ternate arraignments for your children’s
after-school care.
BECOME A FRIEND!
The Kohler Public Library has its own
page on Facebook! Become a “fan” and
get updates on programs and tips on new
books. Simply search “Kohler Public Li-
brary” from your profile and click “Be-
come a Fan”!
Also, check out our website at
www.kohler.lib.wi.us for information and
fun links.
A FUN WEBSITE!
If you’re looking for a way to keep track of
the books you read and the books you want
to read try www.shelfari.com . This site al-
lows you to build your own virtual book-
shelf complete with pictures of the covers.
Fun and very easy to set up, this site also
makes sharing your recommendations with
your family and friends easy.
KNIT CLUB
We meet the second Tuesday of every
month at 6:30. Please join us for an
evening where we work on our projects
and share our skills. Everyone is welcome.
Crocheters welcome!
GOING ON VACATION??? LET US
HELP YOU!!!
Please let Erin know if you or your family
is planning a vacation for the upcoming
year. The library would be happy to pur-
chase travel guides specific for your desti-
nation. Stop in, or email
ecoppers@esls.lib.wi.us
NEW MATERIALS:
Please call 459-2923 or email Erin at ecop-
pers@esls.lib.wi.us if you have suggestions
of items to purchase for the library.
BOOKS
Non-Fiction
Jesus Died For This? A Satirist’s Search
for the Risen Christ
The Girls of Murder City: Fame, Lust, and
the Beautiful Killers Who Inspired Chicago
The Science of Kissing
Galileo: Watcher of the Skies
Our Undiscovered Universe
A Householder’s Guide to the Universe
The Enlightened Kitchen: Eat Your Way to
Better Health
You Kids Are Your Own Fault: A Guide to
Raising Responsible, Productive Adults
Stan Lee’s How to Draw Comics
Calligraphy 101
Unbroken: A World War II Story of Sur-
vival, Resilience, and Redemption (Highly
Recommened)
Fiction
You Lost Me There Baldwin
The Christmas Gift Bennett
Separate Beds Buchan
Insatiable Meg Cabot
Secrets of Harmony Grove Mindy Starns
Clark
Port Mortuary Patricia Cornwell
Penelope’s Daughter Corona
The Sentry Crais
The Golden Prince Rebecca Dean
In Too Deep Krentz
Damage Lescroart
The Lover’s Dictionary Levithan
That Perfect Someone Lindsey
Death Echo Lowell
Hannah’s List Macomber
Distant Hours Morton
The Border Lords T Jefferson Parker
Call Me Irresistible Phillips
Shameless Robards
Rescue Shreve
Clara and Mr Tiffany Vreeland
DVDs
A-Team
Case 39
Inception
Salt
The Town
Date Night
Easy A
Grown Ups
Modern Family, season one
The American
The Kids Are Alright
The Social Network
Wall Street
Alpha and Omega
Despicable Me
Legend of the Guardians
Nanny McPhee Returns
Ramona and Beezus
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Toy Story 3
Charlie St. Cloud
Eat Pray Love
Eclipse
Going the Distance
Music
Songs and Story
Cars
Cinderella
Mickey’s Spooky Night
Winnie the Pooh
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
The Little Mermaid
MEETING DATES
Kohler School Friends
10:00 a.m. second Wednesday of the month in the Library from September
through May.
Kohler Seniors
Our Special Olympics Sweetheart Martha Hill will tell us about how Special
Olympics has affected her life and her adventures as their representative. This
is a "don't miss" meeting!!! Special in every way! Village Hall - February 7, 1:30
p.m.
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
Second Thursday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
Kohler Soccer Club
Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Library.
Kohler Athletic Booster Club
First Monday of each month (except January, June and July) at 5:30pm in the li-
brary.
Kohler Speakez's Toastmasters
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thur. from 12:10-1p.m. at the Kohler Co. Human Re-
source Garden Level meeting room. Guests will need to sign in and have an ID
to enter the building. Contact Perie Villani for more information 889-2728,
perie.villani@kohler.com
Sheboygan Toastmaster 2121 meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of month at The
Highland House on corner of 8th and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. For
additional information contact 920-287-7130.
CLASSIFIEDS
Located at
Intentions
in The Shops at
Woodlake
- COUPON-
with
coupon
$
15
OFF
any regular-priced
Reiki session
Offer valid thru Feburary 28, 2011
457-9543
SNOW REMOVAL
Need help this winter clearing the
driveway or walk? Responsible
young adult offering snow removal
services throughout the winter months.
$5/ hour. Please call Noah at 783.6056.
Classifieds are $5 per issue. Payment must accompany ad or be made by 20th of month.
Please do not request billing for classifieds.
Make checks payable to
Terra Media, L.L.C. and mail or leave in drop box at 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
CHILDCARE PROVIDED
Openings for 1st shift ages 6 mo-4 years of age. CPR
Certified & SIDS training. Courses in Early Childhood.
Close to the Kohler Co.& walking distance to the parks.
Healthy meals & snacks provided. Reference provided on
request. To set up an interveiw to meet with me, please
call 920-287-5209.
www.fhtmus.com/lbonnett www.youravon.com/lbonnett
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The Junior Class will be holding
Stromboli-Pizza Buffet Fund
Raiser on Thursday, February
17th from 4:30-7:00 at Kohler
High School cafeteria featuring
Chef Ted. Menu will consist of
different types of Stromboli and
Pizza along with Caesar salad,
relishes, milk, and coffee will be
served. Adults will be $7.00 with
children 10 years and under
$4.00. Tickets can be purchased
from any Junior Class student or
from Mrs. Neil in the cafeteria
plus at the door. Raffle items
along with fresh baked goods can
also be purchased that evening.
Scholastic
Book Fair
a Success!!
The Kohler School Library was
able to purchase a new overhead
projector, books for the library
and teachers, and incentive
prizes for the students. These
purchases would not be possible
without
our community's amazing gen-
erosity. A special thanks to those
who helped by working at the
book fair.
Alyca Arentsen
Kohler School District
Library Media Specialist
Kohler Public Schools
accepting open enrollment
applications
Kohler offers small class sizes,
Spanish instruction at all grades,
graduates that leave with the high-
est college readiness level in She-
boygan county, a day care center,
and a professional chef that pre-
pares terrific lunches. We have
challenged our faculty and students
to live up to our nickname, “The
Friendliest School in the World”.
Open Enrollment applications
are being received from February
7-25th to attend Kohler Public
Schools. To apply on-line (recom-
mended), go to
https://www2.dpi.state.wi.us/Ope-
nEnrollApp. Any student is free to
apply for programs at the 4 year
old kindergarten through the 12th
grade level.
Please contact: Mrs. Susan
Jaberg, Principal, at 920-459-2920
x 1300 for a private tour of our
school. We would love to have you
visit while our classes are in action,
meet our staff, and enjoy a deli-
cious lunch in our cafeteria on us.
We welcome you to compare
and contrast our school with oth-
ers. We are confident that, upon
reflection, you will agree that
Kohler Public Schools is in the
forefront of progressive education.
Building a Kinder
Community
By Susan Jaberg-Principal
The Kohler Public Schools is
launching a comprehensive pro-
gram to create a more caring com-
munity in our district. This effort
will be known as “Kind Matters.”
The Kohler Kind Matters effort is
being planned by a committee
which includes teachers, adminis-
trators, parents, community mem-
bers and students.
Many activities are unfolding to
kick off the JK-12th grade “Kind
Matters” campaign. We started the
New Year off with student and
teacher goals that encourage and
reinforce kinder actions. Each stu-
dent and teacher in JK-8th grade
wrote an individual kind goal.
Those goals have been draped
about the school in a chain to re-
mind all of us of our plan to be the
kindest we can be.
The JK-8th grade students also
had the opportunity to share ideas
for the Kind Community name and
logo. We challenged our students
to name the new kind program and
design its logo. The contest was a
major success! We received close
to 100 admissions from students in
grades JK-8th.
Our new program committee
reviewed the contest entries and
selected Megan Renzelmann’s as
the first place winner. Megan wins
a special luncheon in the princi-
pal’s office as her prize. Megan’s
winning contest admission is
“Kindness is the Key.”
high school student, Levi Boy is
taking Megan’s ideas and produc-
ing a logo for the group. The new
logo will be revealed soon.
Other students that presented
ideas worth an honorable mention
were: Leo Fink (3rd grade), Adam
Multer and Kate O’Leary (4th
grade), Meg Biznek (5th grade),
and Hanna Woolin, Emma Herold,
Abby Cieszynski and Lani Chung
(7th grade).
Our students will soon be intro-
duced to other opportunities in-
cluding nationally recognized
“Challenge Day” and “Kind Cam-
paign.” As these efforts unfold, the
Kohler Community will also host
Community Conversations to en-
gage adults in the discussion of
how bullying impacts our lives.
The Community Conversations are
being included because the plan-
ning team quickly recognized that
success must include individuals
beyond the school walls.
The mission of the Kohler Kind
Matters Campaign is to build a
more caring community. The vi-
sion for this effort is to implement
a series of strategies that will easily
earn us the title, “The Friendliest
School in the World.”
Megan Renzelmann
High School Parent
Teacher Conferences
will take place on:
Thursday, February 24th, from 5-7:00 pm
Friday, February 25th, from 8-10 a.m.
Conferences will be held in the Village Gym.
Students in grades JK-8th wrote New
Year's Resolutions during the first week of
January, 2011.
The student resolutions were center
around the theme: Kindness and Friend-
ship. Each student wrote their resolution
on a section of blue or white paper and all
sections were attached to produce a chain
reaction of kindness in our school world.
John Senti and Natalie Udovich from first
grade helped Mrs. Jaberg hang the kind res-
olution chain.
The KIND CHAIN is part of a new pro-
gram to enhance kindness in our school
community.
Screening for children entering
Junior Kindergarten in September
2011, will be held on Thursday,
March 10. Families with children
who will be four years old by Sep-
tember 1, 2011, who have not re-
ceived screening information in
the mail, should contact Jeni Rydz
@459-2920 x1101.
Please note that there is no
school for the current Junior
Kindergarten students on March
10. Kohler Kare will be available.
If you are considering early ad-
mission to 4-year old kindergarten,
please contact Susan Jaberg at
459-2920, Ext. 1300.
Junior Kindergarten
Round-up (Screening)
March 10, 2011
3 on 3 soccer
tournament
The 3 on 3 soccer tournament
will take place on March 12 & 13
in the Kohler gym from 8:00-5:00
each day. Teams must register in
advance. The cost is $100 per team.
Tutoring
available
for Middle and High School Stu-
dents. If interested, please contact
Paula Anderson @ 459-2920
x1000.
On-Going Fundraising Programs at Kohler School:

LET’S GET STARTED EARNING SOME GREAT
“EXTRAS” for our school. Students can turn in their box-tops / caps / UPC’s at anytime to their
classrooms. We will be having a contest again this school year. Each classroom will be tallied monthly and
the top two classes with the most points at the end of the school year will receive an ice-cream party (each
box-top / cap / label = 1 point).
Robin Stock / coordinator
Kemps Milk “Give ‘Em Five” Program -
collect caps from gallon and ½ gallon containers
Golden Guernsey & Morning Glory
“Kids Caps & Cash” Program – collect caps
from gallon and ½ gallon containers
Nature’s Touch
“Milk Moola” & “Donuts to Dough”
Program – sold at Kwik Trip – collect caps from
gallon and ½ gallon containers and bag tops from any
Nature’s Touch products. Also, “ovals” from Glazer
dozen or ½ dozen donut containers
Box Tops for Education – Clip Box Tops coupons from General Mills
cereal, Pillsbury Refrigerated & Frozen/Dairy, Hamburger Helper, Betty Crocker
Snacks & Baking, Ziploc Bags/Containers, Kleenex and many more products.
Labels For Education - Clip UPC CODES from Campbell Soup, Swanson
Soup, Franco American products, and Pepperidge Farm products. LIDS from V8
drinks and Prego sauces.
Clipped UPC must include the Campbell’s logo also.
Carrie Pieper /coordinator
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Printer Cartridge Recycling
Program Adds Additional
Location
Thank you for every-
one’s support with the col-
lection of empty inkjet and
laser cartridges which
began in January! The cur-
rent collection bin is located
by the desk in the Kohler Public
Library. An additional bin is now
available at the Village Hall in the
lobby directly outside the Post Of-
fice. Now dropping off your
empty cartridges is even more
convenient!
We continue to encourage
students, teachers, friends,
businesses, and community
members to participate in a pro-
gram that not only helps raise
funds for our school, but helps the
environment!
Saturday, February 26 marks a big
day in the music schedule of
Kohler Public Schools. On that
day, our school will be host to the
WSMA District Solo & Ensemble
Festival. Nearly 500 solo and en-
semble events will take place
throughout the school and all per-
formances are open to the public.
This year, Kohler Public Schools
will need help from parents and
community to run the festival. It
is our turn to provide parent vol-
unteers to serve as door monitors,
room chairpersons, runners, and
office helpers to process results.
We are looking for people to who
can help for the day or half-day,
but even those parents who can
spare a couple of hours will be
greatly appreciated. We encour-
age all parents to come and sup-
port their children at the festival.
If you are interested in volunteer-
ing at the festival, please notify
Mrs. Hucke, Mrs. Kukla or Mr.
Tengowski.
Students will be given perform-
ance times approximately one
week prior to the festival. Per-
formance times will also be posted
on the music department website
as soon as they arrive.
Chef Ted will be providing food
throughout the day at the music
festival. We encourage students to
support our sponsors.
Keeping with Kohler tradition, the
music department is preparing
nearly 200 performing events –
most in the Central Lakeshore
Conference. Good luck to all of
our music student!
If you have any questions, please
contact the music department.
Music Notes
WSMA Solo & Ensemble
Festival at Kohler Public
Economics Teacher
Seeking Business
Professionals
Dear Kohler Community:
Each semester our Economics
business simulation project seems
to get bigger and better! New this
semester, I am seeking business
professionals who would be will-
ing to partner with a small group
of students—serving as a business
coach of sorts. “Coaches” would
assist students in developing a
business plan for a business stu-
dents will operate for 10 days at
school. The time commitment
could be as little as two 45-minute
meetings.
As with last semester, I will
also need 3 business professionals
to come in to listen to and give
feedback at the student business
proposal presentations. Each pres-
entation will consist of a 5 min.
pitch along with 10 mins. of feed-
back time, and will take place
Tuesday, March 29th and Wednes-
day, March 30th, from 2:25-3:15
p.m. each day.
The goal is to make our overall
project as real-world as possible.
If you are interested in either op-
portunity or would like more in-
formation, please contact Heather
Reader-Schubert at Reader-Schu-
bertH@kohler.k12.wi.us or call
(920)459-2920 ext. 1451 (Leave a
message if no answer). I look for-
ward to hearing from you!
2nd graders have fun in the snow during our last snow storm.
CONNOR SBROCCO WINS KOHLER
SCHOOL’S NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY BEE
Connor Sbrocco competed on
Wednesday, January 12th, in the
school level of the National Geog-
raphy Bee. He competed against 9
other contestants - 2 from each
grade level in 4th thru 8th grade.
Connor is an 8th grader and now
moves one step closer to winning
a $25,000 College Scholarship.
The school-level Bee, at which stu-
dents answered oral and written
questions on geography, was the
first round in the 23rd annual Na-
tional Geography Bee, which is
sponsored by Google..
The kick-off for this year’s Bee
was the week of November 15th,
with thousands of schools around
the US, District of Columbia, and
five U.S. territories participating.
The school winners, including
Kevin, will now take a written test;
up to 100 of the top scorers in each
state and territory will be eligible
to compete in their state Bee on
April 1, 2011.
The National Geographic Soci-
ety will provide an all-expenses-
paid trip to Washington, D.C., for
state champions and teacher-es-
corts to participate in the Bee na-
tional championship rounds on
may 24 and 25, 2011. The first-
place national winner will receive
a $25,000 college scholarship, a
lifetime membership in the Soci-
ety, and a trip to the Galapagos Is-
lands, courtesy of Lindblad
Expeditions and National Geo-
graphic.
Alex Trebeck, host of “Jeop-
ardy”, will moderate the national
finals, which will air on May 25.
The program will air on television.
Check local listings for dates and
times.
The National Geographic Soci-
ety developed the National Geog-
raphy Bee in response to a growing
concern about the lack of geo-
graphic knowledge among young
people in the United States.
Anyone can brush up on geog-
raphy with GeoBee Challenge, an
online geography quiz at www.na-
tionalgeographic.com/geobee,
which poses five new questions a
day from previous National Geo-
graphic Bees.
The National Geographic Soci-
ety is the world’s largest nonprofit
scientific and educational organi-
zation. Founded in 1888, the So-
ciety reflects the world through
magazines, books, maps, television
and interactive media.
Congratulations to Connor for
his fine performance in the school
level Bee. Congratulations to the
following students for winning the
class level competition:
4th Grade – Cecelia Zielke and
Trent Stock
5th grade - Jacque Beane and
Matthew Madeira
6th grade – Luke Silvestre and
Rilind Hidri
7th grade – Claudette Beane and
Michael Maggi
8th grade – Will Hapeman and
Conner Sbrocco
Connor should be finding out
sometime in March if he qualifies
for the state level competition.
Good Luck Connor!!
Duane Du Mez
National Geography Bee Coordi-
nator
Spelling Bee Winner off
to the Regional
Competition
By Sue Jaberg
The Kohler School District Spelling Bee was held Wednesday, Janu-
ary 19, 2011. Competing in the program were the top four spellers from
grades 3-8. Of the students participating, one will go on to the regional
spelling bee in February.
The regional bee is held at ACUITY Insurance Company in Sheboygan.
The Kohler School District winner is Brendan Dutton from Mr.
Bayens 6th grade. Katie Ruell from the 8th grade finished second place
at the event.
Our top spellers in the district bee were:
3rd Grade: Amy Jayne Morrissett, Tyler Roeder, Eli Nugent, Mallory
Keller, Ethan Dillon, Shelby Horth and Brian Zheng.
4th Grade: Clara Montes, Coliln Fessler, Kate O’Leary, Courtney Yang,
Chloe Bohn and Diego Plaza.
5th Grade: Madeson Albrecht, Cecelia Zielke, Maggie Kelly and
Kelsey Stock
6th Grade: Brendan Dutton, Henry O’Donnell, Rilind Hidri and Cole
Kroitzsch
7th Grade: Hunter Lewinski, Emma Herold, Hanna Wollin and
Claudette Beane
8th Grade: Katie Ruelle, Lily Hart, Carson Schneider and Megan Con-
klin
Middle School English Teacher, John Schad served as reader and Prin-
cipal, Susan Jaberg as judge for the event. Words from the Scripps
Howard National Spelling Bee list were used to challenge the students.
Procedures for school closings due to
inclement weather:
We ask parents to discuss this issue with their children now – before the actual emergency oc-
curs. If you are generally not home during the day, be sure your child knows where they are to go
if school closed early: will they go home with a classmate; an older sibling; or a relative? Have you
made prior arrangements with this individual to be on “stand by” for these occasions? Please make
your arrangements in advance and make sure your child is fully aware of what to do in case school
closes early.
Any decision to close school for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as pos-
sible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child care transportation plans. All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the Kohler School web site www.kohler-
publicschools.org and the following area radio/television stations:
Radio
WHBL (1330 AM),
The Point (104.5 OR 96.1 FM),
WSTM (91.3 FM)
WLKN Lake 98.1
TV
WTMJ – Channel 4
WFRV – Channel 5
WISN – Channel 12
WITI FOX6 – Channel 6
FEBRUARY, 2011
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Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all chil-
dren with disabilities, including children with disabilities at-
tending private schools in the school district, regardless of
the severity of their disabilities. The school district has a spe-
cial education screening program to evaluate all children with
suspected disabilities and are at least three years old. Upon
request, the school district will screen a child who has not
graduated high school to determine whether a special edu-
cation referral is appropriate. A request may be made by con-
tacting Jackie Schira, Special Education Director at 459-2920
x1200.
KOHLER TIMES is published for residents of the
Kohler School District
Kohler Public Schools
333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI 53044
920-459-2920
Board of Education
Jane Bishop, President
Laura Kohler, Vice President
John Suralik, Treasurer
Marlene Yang
Diane Kelly
District Administrator
Marty Lexmond
Editor
Mary Struck
E-mail submissions: kohlertimes@charter.net
Phone: 331-4904
Kohler Times deadline:
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Menus are subject to change without notice. Chef / Manager
920-458-2920 ext 1439
MONDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Kohler Public School
Lunch Menu
BREAKFAST/LUNCH PRICES
Fresh vegetables plus fresh and
canned fruits are available daily with
lunch from the Fruit & Vegetable Bar.
If you have questions or comments,
please call for an appointment with:
Ted Weidman
THE WORD "SALARY"
COMES FROM "SALT"
Salt, our oldest preservative, was
extremely rare in the past. So rare, in fact,
that it was often used as pay.
Imagine...earning a couple of tablespoons of
salt for a hard-days work.
Today, salt is so common that restaurants
give it away for free, and packaged food
contains so much that it's far too easy to eat
too much salt
(salt is also known as "sodium").
Milk Choice of 1%, Skim
and 100%Fruit Juice
is included with Lunch
February
2011
Okra
HARVEST OF THE MONTH
Papaya
Red Beans
Read monthly updates from
Superintendent Lexmond at
www.kohlerpublicschools.org
Kohler High School
Athletic Booster Club
seeks new members
WHAT do we do?
= Support all Kohler High School athletic activities by providing funding
based on coaches’ and Athletic Director’s requests.
= Approve requests for funds. (Nearly $19,000 in funding approved for
2010-11; over $55,000 in the past 4 years!)
= Raise funds through concession stand sales, annual Booster Club golf
outing, and various other activities.
WHO are we?
All with student athletes at Kohler High School are considered members,
and those without student athletes may become members by getting in-
volved.
WHEN do we meet?
Meetings are generally held the first Monday of each month (excluding
January, June, and July) at 5:30pm in the Kohler Library.
HOW do I get involved?
Attend a meeting, volunteer, or, better yet, run for office! President and
Treasurer Elections are held in April of odd-numbered years. Vice Presi-
dent and Secretary Elections are held in April of even-numbered years. All
are 2-years terms. Positions open mid-term are elected by the Executive
Board.
Positions open this spring: President, Treasurer, and Secretary (due to res-
ignation)
INTERESTED?
Just contact a current officer.
Doug Bocchini – President
Kent Saemann – Vice President
Rick Ertel – Treasurer
Mary Bogard – Secretary
Steve Porter – Member-at-Large
We welcome your participation!
Check out weekly updates from the
School Counseling office
at www.kohlerpublicschools.org click on School Counseling
then Laura Multer and finally on News You Can Use. New
postings every Wednesday with book reviews, resources and
opportunities for students and their families.
Kind Matters includes Unique
Community Theater Opportunity
Kohler Schools is pleased to
announce the launch of Kind
Matters, our effort to build a
more caring school and commu-
nity. Kind Matters is planned by
parents, students, teachers and
staff to reduce bullying and create
a caring community.
Kind Matters includes a num-
ber of school and community
strategies aimed at engaging stu-
dents and adults in conversations
about: kindness, appreciation of
differences, and healing. We will
launch two strategies during the
first week of February, the Kind
Campaign, and a cultural ex-
change leading to a community
performance in May.
On Wednesday, February 9th,
Kohler Schools will welcome the
Kind Campaign. The Kind Cam-
paign is an internationally recog-
nized non-profit organization,
movement, and documentary
based upon the powerful belief in
Kindness. The Kind Campaign
brings awareness and healing to
negative and lasting effects of
girl-against-girl behavior. The
founders of the Kind Campaign
will work with all young women
in grades 5-12 in two one-hour
workshops in the Appley Theater.
Our young men will engage in
conversations about kindness fa-
cilitated at school. To learn more
about the Kind Campaign, please
visit www.kindcampaign.com.
On Monday, February 7th, we
will host a community theater
company from Milwaukee.
CAPITA Productions (City at
Peace in the Arts) will partner
with Kohler students, parents,
staff, and community members to
present We are the Drum. This
production is the story of the
African-American experience
told though music and dance.
CAPITA’s unique approach is
that we share a common history.
CAPITA students and adult per-
formers will visit music class-
rooms, introduce the project, and
invite students, parents, and com-
munity members to a perform-
ance workshop at 6:00 PM on
Monday, February 7th in the
school band room.
On Sunday, February 19th,
families and community mem-
bers are invited to travel to Mil-
waukee and see this unique
performance of We are the Drum.
Through a series of workshops,
Kohler students and community
members will have their own op-
portunity to work with diverse
students, parents, and community
members from Milwaukee to
present their own version of We
are the Drum in May. This is an
open opportunity for students,
teachers, and community mem-
bers to be part of a unique cul-
tural and performance exchange.
Learn more about CAPITA Pro-
ductions please visit www.capi-
taproductions.org.
Please join Kohler Schools in
taking pro-active steps to build a
more caring school and commu-
nity through unique collabora-
tions with the Kind Campaign
and CAPITA Productions.
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Call to Order
Jane Bishop called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. in the Li-
brary. Roll Call was taken by Paula Anderson. The following
board members were present: Jane Bishop, Diane Kelly, and
John Suralik. Laura Kohler and Marlene Yang were absent.
Statement of Public Notice
Friday, December 10, 2010 @ 3:00 p.m.
Approval of Agenda
John Suralik moved to approve the agenda. Diane Kelly sec-
onded. All ayes.
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).
Diane Kelly moved to adjourn into closed session. John Sura-
lik seconded the motion. All ayes.
Roll Call—Paula Anderson called roll. John Suralik, Diane
Kelly, Jane Bishop were present. Marlene Yang and Laura
Kohler were absent.
Diane Kelly moved to reconvene into open session. John
Suralik seconded the motion.
Reconvene in Open Session/Roll Call of Members (Kohler
School Library) 6:05 pm
Laura Kohler was now present.
Diane Kelly moved to approve Matt Zavada as the Girls’ Junior
Varsity Basketball Coach. John Suralik seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
To accommodate schedules, there was discussion of the
honor after the Pledge of Allegiance. Jim Lewis, residing at
226 Forest Road, Kohler WI, expressed his opinion regarding
the honor roll. The board discussed the issue. Laura Kohler
left at 6:30 pm.
Communications/Announcements/Schedules/Presentations
Susan Jaberg distributed Certificates of Honor among the
middle school students. Alexandra Bryce, Andrew Bryce,
Amanda Egbert, Christian Lofgren and Hannah Coulson were
present to receive their awards. Marty Lexmond honored
“Kohler’s Finest” students: Jehmel Graham and Luke Rein-
bacher. Not always our “A” students, or best athletes,
Kohler’s Finest recognizes our unsung heroes who serve the
community in unique ways.
Marty also distributed Certificates of Honor to high school
students: Kathryn Anderson, Hannah Fenton, Annabelle
Goese, Andrew Grose, Connor Hogan, Christine Leffel,
Alexandra Mauer, Alexis Neese, Katherine O’Neill, Katelyn Van
Treeck, Paul Vicente, and Sydney Yang.
Board President’s Report
Jane thanked the members on the board for their hard work
and dedication.
Superintendent’s Report
Marty invited all the members to come to legislative break-
fasts on the third monday of every month at the Mill Street
Café, Plymouth. The December 12
th
’s Sheboygan Press fea-
tured the Distance Learning Center. The district is continuing
to attract enrollment in Kohler High School. The community
advisory groups meet regularly. The superintendent update is
on the school website.
Review of District Finances
The finance committee is continuing to monitor 2010-2011
expenditures to close in on the $217,000 deficit. The primary
goal is to minimize the deficit for this school year. Jackie
Schira is pursuing revenue through high cost claims with the
support of DPI. The real revenue will come in the future.
Consent Agenda
Approval of November 8, 2010 Regular Board minutes
Approval of Invoices
Report of the Finance Committee
-Recommendation to approve a three-year transportation con-
tract
-Recommendation to approve the girls’ swim team co-op
John Suralik moved to approve the consent agenda. Diane
Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Honor Roll
Administrator’s recommendation:
Honor roll will recognize high school students at 1st and 3rd
quarter and each semester. Middle school students will be
recognized at 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th quarter.
Honor roll student names will be published internally for the
middle and high school. Student names will appear in alpha-
betical order without the tier designation of the honor roll.
Families requesting names not be published will be excluded.
Publish in the Kohler Times quarterly the percentage of each
class on the honor roll as a positive public relations effort.
Forward individual letters to the homes of each honor roll stu-
dent acknowledging that student’s effort and achievement
with the letter indicating the honor roll tier. High school will
use the 1st and 3rd quarter and 1st and 2nd semester while
the middle school will use the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarter.
John Suralik moved to approve the administrative recommen-
dations regarding the honor roll. Diane Kelly seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
WASB Delegate for January Convention
John Suralik nominated Jane Bishop as the
delegate. Diane Kelly seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Consideration of the Administrator’s recom-
mendation to approve the resolution author-
izing Martin Lexmond to enter into an
agreement of obtaining a $750,000 revolv-
ing line of credit from Associated Bank for
the purpose of cash flow
John Suralik moved to approve the resolution
authorizing Martin Lexmond to enter into an
agreement of obtaining a $750,000 revolving
line of credit from Associated Bank for the
purpose of cash flow. Diane Kelly seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Acceptance of the Kohler Foundation Grants
Committee donation in the amount of $4000
for the “Cats Pajamas” clinic on March 1,
2011
Diane Kelly moved to accept the Kohler Foun-
dation donation of $4000 for the “Cats Paja-
mas” clinic on March 1, 2011. John Suralik
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
ried.
Acceptance of the Frederic Cornell Kohler
Trust donation in the amount of $29,250
John Suralik moved to accept the Frederic Cornell Kohler Trust
donation in the amount of $29,250. Diane Kelly seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjournment
Diane Kelly moved to adjourn. John Suralik seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Meeting adjourned at 7:20 pm.
Important Future Dates
Monday, January 10, 2011 @ 7:00 pm—Regular Board
Meeting
Respectfully submitted:
Paula Anderson
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
December 13, 2010
Kohler Middle School: Holiday
Community Service
By Lily Hart and Annika Lee
Every year around Christmas time,
Kohler Middle School students decide to
give back to the community. This year, a
portion of us visited Meadowview Nursing
Home and others rang bells for the Salvation
Army.
At the nursing home, we invited the res-
idents to a holiday party. We helped open
their gifts and had some treats. It was really
funny when Mr. Schad dressed up as Santa
Claus. The residents really seemed to enjoy
our time together.
As for the rest of us, we split up and rang
bells outside of various businesses. We were
positioned next to Wal-Mart, Woodlake, etc.
After about ten minutes, our fingers and toes
started to lose feeling, but we were still re-
ally glad to help the Salvation Army. At the
end of the day, we all went home knowing
that Christmas is really all about giving.
For It Is in Giving That We Receive:
Kohler Middle School Bake Sale
By John Schad
Kohler Middle School students held a
bake sale before Christmas to raise money
for needy families in Sheboygan County.
The students decided a bake sale would be
the perfect way to give all students an op-
portunity to be involved in the project.
Each student worked one shift of the week
long sale; many students decided to work
three or four shifts instead. The students
baked brownies, cupcakes, cookies, and
made candy to ensure plenty of items were
ready to sell each day. They also sold
candy canes and hot chocolate to the stu-
dents and staff. Overall, the students raised
$600 through their efforts. Although this
sale did not help anyone’s waistline, it did
make Christmas better for a few local fam-
ilies, and it helped teach our students some
invaluable life lessons.
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Pamper Yourself with the
Kohler Waters Wrap
Kohler Waters Spa
January 1 – April 30
COST: 75 minutes special $125
Warm aromatic oils combined
with a mixture of herbs are
brushed on the body to
enhance relaxation and
provide antioxidant benefits.
While wrapped in warm
linens, cool stones are used
for lymph drainage around
the eyes, along with a scalp
massage and relaxation
treatment for the feet.
Call for appointment 800‐
344‐2838.
Demonstraton Kitchen
Presentatons
Saturdays, January 8‐April 30,
2011, 11am & 2pm
COST: All sessions are priced
at $25 each or atend with a
companion at two for $40.
Located at the Demonstraton
Kitchen in The Shops at
Woodlake. Seatng is limited.
For more informaton or
reservatons, call 920‐457‐
8000 or 800‐344‐2838 and ask
for Demonstraton Kitchen
reservatons.
Kohler Golf Academy Indoor
Studio in The Shops at
Woodlake – Winter Golf
Seminars
Various Saturdays, January
through April
COST: 4‐Week Lesson Program
for the cost of $200. Includes:
4 – 40 Minute Private Lessons
4 – 30 Minute Practce
Sessions
Includes Blackwolf Run &
Whistling Straits Glassware
January 22 ‐ Faults, Fixes and
Drills to Practce in the Off
Season
February 12 ‐ Flight Control
and Moveable Weight
Technology in Drivers and
Fairway Woods
February 19 ‐ The Importance
of Golf Ball Fitng/Proper Golf
Ball Selecton
February 26 ‐ USGA Rules
Seminar
March 12 ‐ Golf Fitness and
Nutriton
April 9 ‐ The Mental Game
Contact Todd Wagner,
Manager, Kohler Golf
Academy at 920‐565‐6075
Snow Shoe classes at Sports
Core
Sports Core
Every Thursday 7‐8pm
Every Saturday 9:15‐10:15am
COST: $6 Fitness/ Standard
Members; $20 for Guests. Use
of snowshoes included, or
bring your own.
Looking for a way to get your
exercise in while enjoying our
beautiful Wisconsin winters?
Give snowshoeing a try. Join
us every Thursday or Saturday
(weather permitting) for a 1‐
hour guided snowshoe nature
walk on the beautiful Wood
Lake trails and experience
what snowshoeing has to
offer. We will teach you the
basics to create a lifelong
enjoyment. One hour of
moderate snowshoeing burns
between 500 and 750
calories! We will also take
time to give you the stretches
necessary to keep you limber
for better health. Sign‐up
weekly at the reception desk.
(920) 208‐4664
Cozy up with Comfy Quilts!
Wisconsin Trader
February 1‐28
Cozy up with the one you love
in one of our comfy quilts!
Choose from hand‐quilted
bedding available in a variety
of floral, patchwork, solid and
toile designs. Purchase any
quilt and receive 20% off the
coordinating shams.
(920) 451‐2113
20% off at Take 5 Café
Sports Core
February 1‐28
Enjoy 20% off any panini or
flatbread sandwich in Take 5
Cafe.
(920) 208‐4664
Celebrate Natonal Friendship
Month
Movers & Shakers
February 1‐28
February is National
Friendship Month! Shop our
newest selection of
customizable and eco‐friendly
friendship bracelets! Enter to
win a bracelet theme kit—a
winner will be drawn every
day! (Limit one entry per
person)
(920) 453‐2874
Enter to Win Gif Basket from
Scentualites
Scentualities
February 1‐12
Luxuriate in a fragrance of
unabashed femininity… Enter
to win a gift basket of Kimono
Rose bath and body products
from Thymes!
(920) 208‐4935
Enter to a Valentne’s Gif
Kohler Gardener
February 1‐13
Enter to Win a beautful
poted rose plant for you or
your Valentne.
(920) 458‐5570
The American Club Jewelry &
Accessory Show
February 5‐6, 2011. Saturday,
9am‐5pm, Sunday 9am‐3pm
Cost: entrance fee, $7
Featuring handmade scarves,
purses, pins, bracelets,
earrings, clothing and other
unique treasures created by
artsans from across the
county. Includes a
complimentary glass of
sparkling wine.
(800)‐344‐2838, ext 885
Yoga Nidra with Shawn
LaDuke
Yoga on the Lake
February 6, 6‐8pm
COST: $20 per person
Yoga Nidra means “Yogic
Sleep”. It is a state of
conscious Deep Sleep. In
Meditaton, you remain in the
Waking state of
consciousness, and gently
focus the mind, while allowing
thought paterns, emotons,
sensatons, and images to
arise and go on. However, in
Yoga Nidra, you leave the
Waking state, go past the
Dreaming state, and go to
Deep Sleep, yet remain
awake. This state of
awareness is beneficial for
releasing stress, creatng
mental clarity, energizing the
body and facilitatng healing
at a deep level. Yoga Nidra is
beneficial to all levels of
experience. For added
comfort a pillow and blanket
is suggested.
920) 453‐2817
Detox Flow Workshop with
Kathy Hergert
Yoga on the Lake
February 8, 10:30am‐Noon
COST: $15 per person
This 90 minute yoga session
focuses on purifying your
mind, body and spirit. We are
constantly bombarded with
toxins ‐ through the food we
eat, our lifestyle, the products
that we use and negatve
thoughts and emotons that
we carry with us each day.
This session will help you
remove impurites that have
built up in your body through
a powerful flow that focuses
on deep twists and intense
asana. We will focus on
stmulatng the lymphatc and
circulatory systems, which will
clear out the impurites, and
allow us to become more
centered and focused.
920) 453‐2817
Vinyasa and Vino with Deb
Sampson
Yoga on the Lake
February 11, 5:30‐7:30pm
Calendar of Events
a KOHLER experience
COST: $20 per person for class
and wine tastng, $14 if
coming just for class
Start your weekend off with a
flowing yoga practce, set to
great music. Enjoy an hour of
delightully unpredictable,
dynamic and creatve yoga,
designed to bring you into the
present moment. Finish with
a guided wine tastng where
you can take your end of yoga
bliss and awareness to allow
for a much more intensely
taste of the flavors of wine.
Take tme this Friday night to
slow down and experience all
of the joys life has to offer.
920) 453‐2817
Create Valentne’s Candy
Movers & Shakers
February 12, 10‐11a.m.
COST: From $10 per person
Create lollipop buterfly and
candy cane heart Valentnes
for friends and family. Limited
seatng, please call for
reservatons.
(920) 453‐2874
Partner Yoga and Thai
Massage with Deb and Elise
Yoga on the Lake
February 12, 11am‐2pm
COST: $45 per couple
Come join Deb and Elise for
this workshop which
incorporates Thai yoga
massage techniques with
basic partner yoga postures.
You will learn the practce of
giving and receiving, honoring
and acceptng, inhaling and
exhaling that will take both
yogis into a new place of
union and bliss. Thai Massage
and the Buddhist practce of
meta loving kindness. This is
a wonderful workshop to
spend tme with your loved
one this Valentnes weekend
920) 453‐2817
Valentnes’ Day Pro Shop Sale
Sports Core
February 13‐14
For Valentne’s Day, shop the
Sports Core Pro Shop
February 13 and 14 for that
special someone and receive
20% all non‐sale merchandise.
(920) 208‐4664
Supportng your Immune
System with Shawn LaDuke
Yoga on the Lake
February 19, 11am‐1pm
COST: $20 per person
These days, unprecedented
challenges from the outside
world‐ pestcides, polluton,
radiaton, processed foods,
prescripton or recreatonal
drugs‐ bombard your body
and may prove too much for
your immune system. This
workshop will explore how
the immune system becomes
stressed and then some
simple techniques and
suggestons to support and
boost your immune system.
Discussion followed by
pranayama, yoga asana and
guided meditaton.
920) 453‐2817
The ice skating rink is now open
on Wood Lake. Skater amenities
include benches at the lake’s edge,
rubber mats for safety, night-time
lighting, music and restrooms.
Skaters are welcome to bring their
own skates, rental skates are
available on Saturdays and Sun-
days at Inn on Woodlake. The
rink is open daily until 8pm and
groomed on Fridays. For infor-
mation please call 920-459-1713.
The American Club Jewelry
& Accessory Show
February 5-6, 2011. Saturday,
9am-5pm, Sunday 9am-3pm
Cost: entrance fee, $7
Featuring handmade scarves,
purses, pins, bracelets, earrings,
clothing and other unique treasures
created by artisans from across the
county. Includes a complimentary
glass of sparkling wine.
(800)-344-2838, ext 885
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a KOHLER experience
Women’s weekend of wellness retreat schedule
Friday, March 4
6-7:30pm – Evening welcome recep-
tion emceed by Jean M. Kolb,
Director of Wellness Businesses for
Kohler Co., at Kohler Design Center
including appetizers and wine pair-
ings.
9-11pm – SpaNight Delight at
Kohler Waters Spa sponsored by
Skin Authority. Guests have exclu-
sive access to Kohler Waters Spa
relaxation pool with waterfall,
lounge areas, plunge pool, steam
room and sauna, glass-enclosed
rooftop deck with whirlpool and 16-
foot fireplace. Mini-peels available
for $30.
Saturday, March 5
8am – Continental breakfast at The
American Club.
8:30-9:45am – Guest speakers Eliz-
abeth Ruske and Betsy C. Sobiech,
Managing Partners at Tiara Coach-
ing, How to Reclaim Yourself as the
Leader in Your Life.
10:30-11:30am – Vinyasa Yoga pre-
sented by Yoga on the Lake.
Afternoon Free for optional activi-
ties.
6-6:30pm – Reception.
6:30-9pm – Dinner and keynote
speaker Dr. Laura Berman, world-
renowned sex educator, researcher
and therapist, Everything You Ever
Wanted to Know About Sex, Love
and Relationships, but Were Afraid
to Ask.
Sunday, March 6
8:30am – Breakfast
9-10:30am – Farewell with guest
speaker Jean M. Kolb, Director of
Wellness Businesses for Kohler Co.,
How to Recognize and Embrace
Your Wellness Journey.
Women’s Weekend of Wellness
Package: Overnight packages are
available starting at $378 per person
for two nights based on double occu-
pancy at the Inn on Woodlake.
Weekend packages at The American
Club start at $447 per person for two
nights based on double occupancy.
Day Package is available for $199
per person.
Mark Your Calendar: Special Dinner With John Tesh
The final Distinguished
Guest Series season show
on Saturday, April 9, fea-
tures former Entertainment
Tonight host, successful
radio show personality and
accomplished musician
John Tesh. Dine with this
celebrated artist before his
Kohler performance. This opportunity
will have limited attendance. Watch
kohlerfoundation.org/tickets for details
of this special opportunity.
Special Performance Perks
With their Distinguished Guest Series
ticket, performance attendees are wel-
come to enjoy many special offers at
Kohler businesses for the
day, night and week of the
event.
These special offers in-
clude complimentary food or
drink (with purchase) at
Blackwolf Run, Cucina, The
Horse & Plow, The Winery
Bar, Craverie, Woodlake
Market and Take 5 Café at Sports Core,
as well as special rates for accommo-
dations at The American Club and Inn
on Woodlake. In addition to the special
room rates, attendees will receive a
welcome amenity, 20 percent off serv-
ices at the Kohler Waters Spa and a $25
Destination Kohler gift card (upon
check in).
Also, new this year at the theater,
wine and beer will be available for pur-
chase during intermissions.
Ticket Information
Student tickets are for those high
school age and younger. Group dis-
counts are available. Order tickets on-
line at kohlerfoundation.org/tickets or
by calling (920) 458-1972. All shows
will be performed at the Kohler Memo-
rial Theatre, 260 School St., Kohler,
Wis.
The Kohler Foundation is a non-profit,
private foundation that supports edu-
cation, arts and preservation initiatives
in Wisconsin.
Indulge with a Sweet Treat
this Valentine’s Day
Surprise your loved one this Valen-
tine’s Day with a special treat
from the world of KOHLER
Original Recipe Choco-
lates. These rare deli-
cacies are
handcrafted with
only the finest in-
gredients for the
ultimate taste experience.
Purchase your Valentine gift
today at the Craverie Chocolatier
Café at The Shops at Woodlake.
Select from two special Valen-
tine’s packages: Raspberry
Garden Rare Facet and
a variety of ruby-
red Rare
Facets.
2011 WOMEn’S WEEKEnD
OF WELLnESS SPEAKER
BIOS
Dr. Laura Berman, host of “In the
Bedroom with Dr. Laura Berman”
on OWn
Dr. Laura Berman is a world renowned
sex and relationship expert. Consid-
ered a thought leader in her field, Dr.
Berman is the Host of “The Dr. Laura
Berman Show” on Oprah Radio on
XM 156 and Sirius 195 at 5 PM EST
as well as a regular guest on “The
Oprah Winfrey Show” and “The Dr.
Oz Show”. She is also an assistant
clinical professor of OBGYN and Psy-
chiatry at the Feinberg School of
Medicine at Northwestern University.
In working as a sex educator,
researcher and therapist for 20 years,
Dr. Berman has helped countless cou-
ples achieve success in establishing a
secure and stimulating relationship and
a heightened level of intimacy.
Dr. Berman is the author of the
newly released book, “The Book of
Love: Every Couple’s Guide to Emo-
tional and Sexual Intimacy”. She has
also authored the New York Times
best-selling books, “Real Sex for Real
Women: Intimacy, Pleasure, & Sexual
Wellbeing” and “For Women Only: A
Revolutionary Guide to Overcoming
Sexual Dysfunction and Reclaiming
Your Sex Life” as well as “Secrets of
the Sexually Satisfied Woman: 10
Keys to Unlocking Ultimate Pleasure”
and “The Passion Prescription.” She is
also a weekly columnist for the
Chicago Sun Times and has appeared
on Fox News and CNN and in The
New York Times, USA Today, and
every major woman’s magazine.
After obtaining a Master’s Degree
in clinical social work and a Doctorate
in health education specializing in
human sexuality from New York Uni-
versity, she went on to complete a
training fellowship in Sexual Therapy
with the Department of Psychiatry,
New York University Medical Center.
Dr. Berman is also a member of the
American Association of Sex Educa-
tors Counselors and Therapists
(AASECT), Society for the Scientific
Study of Sexuality (SSSS), National
Association of Social Workers
(NASW), International Society for the
Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISS-
WSH), and American Urologic
Society (AUA).
Jean M. Kolb - Director Wellness
Businesses and Product
Development, Kohler Co.
Jean Kolb, Director Wellness Busi-
nesses and Product Development,
joined Kohler Co. in June 1978. She
currently serves as Kohler Co.’s
Director of Wellness Businesses and
Product Development responsible for
the operations of the Kohler Waters
Spa Destination Kohler and Destina-
tion St. Andrews properties, the
private membership spa at Riverbend,
the Sports Core Health and Racquet
Club, Yoga on the Lake and the
Kohler Waters Spa in Burr Ridge,
Illinois. In addition, Jean is responsi-
ble for researching and securing
future development sites for spa loca-
tions. Jean also works with the Kohler
Kitchen & Bath Group on the devel-
opment of spa plumbing products for
the wellness industry.
Focusing on the health and well-
ness industry for the past fifteen
years, Jean is instrumental in the plan-
ning, development, construction, and
successful opening of Kohler Waters
Spas worldwide.
Jean serves on the International
Spa Association Board of Directors as
Chair and a member of the Executive
Committee. ISPA is the largest spa
association in the world with over
3,000 members.
Jean has her Bachelor’s Degree in
Business and Marketing at Lakeland
College of Wisconsin. In her over 30
year tenure at Kohler, Jean has devel-
oped a passion for wellness, a
balanced lifestyle and is committed to
bringing her knowledge and expertise
to the members and guests Kohler
serves throughout their Hospitality
Businesses.
Tiara International
Tiara is a global organization built on
a vision. Our vision is a world where
all women are choosing to lead lives
that inspire them. When a powerful
woman is making her choices based
on her authentic priorities, she is more
fulfilled and effective in all areas of
her life. We provide coaching, pro-
gramming, and community for
like-minded women. Tiara events are
designed to deepen acceptance,
increase awareness, create a support-
ive community, and produce inspiring
results. At a philosophical level, all of
our programming is based on a belief
that all women have the power to cre-
ate their own success and that comes
from within
Elizabeth Ruske - Tiara Managing
Partner
Elizabeth focuses on creating cultures
of integrity, trust, and performance
within the leadership of organizations
and teams. She helps align key com-
pany and organization leaders towards
their top initiatives and strategies, and
works with leadership teams to
achieve operational efficiencies, and
breakthrough results. Elizabeth is also
skilled at identifying and creating
thriving collaborative relationships
and strategic partnerships between
individuals and organizations.
Over the past 25 years, Ms. Ruske
has held leadership positions in For-
tune 1000 firms at TRW, Ceridian,
and Acxiom Corporation, as well as
running entrepreneurial companies.
As the CEO of Preference Solutions,
Inc., Elizabeth led a joint venture
between the American Medical Asso-
ciation and Acxiom Corporation. In
2002, Ms. Ruske created and became
a Managing Partner in ClearSpace
LLC, a leadership development and
effectiveness consulting group. Cur-
rently, Ms. Ruske is a Managing
Partner in Tiara International LLC.
Tiara is a global women’s develop-
ment and coaching firm with offices
in Chicago, Illinois (USA) and The
Netherlands. For Tiara, Elizabeth
leads the Corporate Women’s Devel-
opment and is a featured speaker to
women’s professional groups.
Elizabeth is active in her commu-
nity, coaches junior high girls
basketball, is a past mentor with the
Menttium 100 Program and has
served on several not- for- profit
Boards in the Chicago area. Elizabeth
and her husband live in Wilmette,
Illinois.
Betsy C. Sobiech - Tiara Managing
Partner
Betsy began her career with a Liberal
Arts foundation: a B.A. in Philosophy
and Religion complemented by minor
degrees in Women’s Studies and
French. Always committed to practi-
cal application, Betsy chose to go
corporate instead of academic. She
began working internally in training
and development, bringing her philo-
sophical inquiries about human
behavior to the workplace. She added
a Master’s Degree in Organization
Development to her repertoire, joined
a consulting firm, and became mas-
terful at implementing complex
organizational change initiatives.
Establishing herself as a consult-
ant wasn’t a big enough challenge
though. Eight years ago Betsy started
her own consulting firm, which
quickly merged with ClearSpace,
LLC. Together they formed a consult-
ing practice focused on leadership
development, executive coaching,
and team effectiveness. While work-
ing with leaders and teams, Betsy
began to notice that the clients who
were woman wanted something
unique: an opportunity to grow and
develop themselves in community of
other women.
Pulling together her background in
philosophy, women’s studies, train-
ing, human behavior, and systems
change, Betsy was part of the team
that created Tiara: Exceptional
Women’s Coaching and currently
works in many capacities for the
organization including coaching,
speaking, designing, and delivering
programs.
As a coach and consultant, Betsy
has worked with organizations such
as Exxon Mobil Aviation, Hewitt
Associates, Nicor Gas, Clearbrook,
Center for Sight and Hearing, Mercy
Home for Boys and Girls, St. Gregory
the Great High School, Standard
Parking, Allstate, McDonald’s,
Mesirow Financial, and PepsiCo.
Betsy Sobiech is a founding part-
ner of ClearSpace, LLC and Tiara
International LLC. She is certified in
Strategic Attraction Planning(r), Best
Year Yet(r), and The Effective Facili-
tator(tm). She trained as a co-active
coach through The Coaches Training
Institute. She participates continu-
ously in personal growth and
development courses and coaching
programs. Betsy holds a Bachelor’s
Degree in Philosophy and Religion
from Truman State University and
Master’s Degree in Organization
Development from Loyola University
Chicago. Betsy is currently serving
on the Board of Step Up Women’s
Network.
FEBRUARY, 2011
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