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Kohler school board


approves hiring of
Superintendent/high
school principal
Change in meeting location for
Doll Buggy parade participants
The annual doll buggy parade
will take place in conjunction with
the Villages Centennial parade on
Saturday, August 4. Children of all
ages are invited to decorate bikes,
wagons, scooters and doll buggies.
To accommodate young children
who may be unable to travel the
entire Centennial parade route (see
page 5 for route map), interested
participants should meet in the
parking lot of St. John Evangelist
Catholic Church prior to the start
of the Centennial parade at 11:30
a.m. From there, join in the proces-
sion as it heads down to the festiv-
ities at Lost Woods Park. For more
information, contact Suzanne Fink,
920-783-6056.
Village Centennial
celebration just
days away
The Village of Kohler will cel-
ebrate its 100th birthday Friday
and Saturday, August 3-4, 2012.
SkyHouse Band will kick off
the festivities on Friday night, Au-
gust 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the ravine
bowl, with fireworks during inter-
mission. Concessions during the
concert will be provided by the
Kohler Fire Department and The
American Club beginning at 6:30
p.m.
On Saturday, a special Centen-
nial parade will wind its way
through the Village featuring
nearly 30 groups including the
Wisconsin Badgers Marching
Band, Milwaukee Brewers racing
sausages, and a number of local
dance teams, equestrian groups,
floats, and much more! (See page
5 for map and lineup). The parade
begins at 11:30 a.m. at the intersec-
tion of Highland Dr. and Orchard
Rd. (in front of the Design Center),
and travels down School St., then
Valley Rd. to Lost Woods Park,
where a community picnic will
begin at approximately 1:00 p.m.
until 4:00 p.m. Bring your own
picnic basket, or purchase food and
drinks from the Kohler Police Ath-
letic League. Entertainment will be
provided by Tony Mascipinto.
Submitted by the Kohler School
Board of Education
The Kohler School Board has
approved the hiring of Quynh D.
Trueblood for the position of Su-
perintendent/high school principal
effective August 1, 2012.
Trueblood has worked in the
Sheboygan Area School District
for the past 17 years in a variety of
roles, including high school chem-
istry teacher at Sheboygan North
High School, and assistant princi-
pal positions at Sheboygan North
and Sheboygan South High
Schools.
During her tenure in Sheboy-
gan, Trueblood successfully re-
structured guidance services for
special education students and
worked as a level-one coach. She
also coordinated initiatives to de-
velop positive school
environments, including
Challenge Day, an expe-
riential program that en-
courages students to
practice empathy, build
trust and celebrate di-
versity.
Truebloods educa-
tion philosophy centers on four
core beliefs: Every child deserves
a world class education; every ed-
ucator deserves empowerment to
prepare students for the future;
professional learning communities
sustain innovation and creativity;
and parent and community engage-
ment are essential supports, she
explained.
Trueblood earned her bache-
lors degree in chemistry from the
University of Wisconsin-Madison,
and a masters degree in
Administrative Leader-
ship and Supervision in
Education from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee. She main -
tains Wisconsin licenses
in Administration in Ed-
ucation-Principal, Mid-
dle/Secondary Education (grades
6-12), and Chemistry (grades 9-
12). Trueblood lives in Howards
Grove with her husband Joe, and
two children.
Quynh will be available for an
informal meet and greet in the
schools cafeteria from 3:30 to
4:30 p.m. on August 30 just prior
to our Sneak Peak. Please join us
in welcoming Quynh to the Kohler
Public Schools.
Distribution of 2012 Village of
Kohler directories complete
Rich Balge, President of the
Kohler Civic Club is pleased to an-
nounce that the 2012 Village of
Kohler phone directories have
been delivered to the homes and
businesses in the Village. Annu-
ally, the Kohler Civic Club mem-
bers sponsor this activity for the
benefit of the Kohler residents and
businesses. Special thanks are ex-
tended to student photographer
Sydney Yang, Boneck Printing
Company, Village clerks Laurie
Lindow and Cindi Gamb, the
many advertisers, and the follow-
ing who assisted with the distribu-
tion of the directories: Kohler
Village Board Members Tom
Schnettler, President, and trustees
Brett Edgerle, Bill Kunst, John
Pethan; Village employees Laurie
Lindow, and Bruce Neerhof;
Kohler Civic Club Members John
Egan, Jim ODonnell, and Art
Perry; residents Isabel ODonnell,
Karen Egan, Kathy Kunst, Allie
Lindow, Katie Lindow, Andi Maki,
Charlotte Myers, Joanie Schnettler,
and James Waterfield.
The Kohler Civic Club extends
its apologies for any errors in the
transferring of telephone numbers,
addresses, etc., or any residents
who were inadvertently over-
looked during delivery. Any resi-
dent who hasnt received their
copy, may pick one up at the
Kohler Village Hall.
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Kohler artist Cassy Tully creator of official
artwork for 2012 U.S. Womens Open
Kohlers own Cassy
Tully created the official
artwork for the U.S.
Womens Open, which
took place at Blackwolf
Run in Kohler July 2-8,
2012. Her work was ac-
knowledged by tourna-
ment officials as a
timeless classic with a
unique flair. Cassy has a creative
and expressive way of capturing
the courses and sharing her passion
with the public, said Jim Richer-
son, General Chairman for the
2012 U.S. Womens Open and
Group Director and General Man-
ager of Kohler Golf. Through her
paintings fans can experience the
beauty and mystique of Blackwolf
Run and Whistling Straits. We are
especially honored to have Cassy
showcase her work as the official
artwork for the 2012 U.S.
Womens Open being held at
Blackwolf Run. Its the perfect
time to share her passion and
artistry with the rest of the world.
Cassy Tully created her own
masterpieces for the
championship. Several
paintings depict the re-
markable splendor of the
rugged course. Using
her signature relief
painting technique,
Cassy skillfully captured
the adrenalin and drama
of this world-class golf
setting.
Championship #18 captures the
majesty of the tournament with vi-
brant colors generating the energy
and thrill of competition. The eye
is drawn along the graceful curve
of the water hazard, following the
graceful path of a signature tourna-
ment shot. A generous view of the
clubhouse centers the powerful
scene.
The first 50 prints of the limited-
edition giclees of Championship
#18 were dual-signed by Cassy
Tully and Pete Dye and retail for
$225.00.
Classic Blind Alley River #14
features two swans gliding ele-
gantly across an expanse of frosted
blue water, with the iconic club-
house in the background. The artis-
tic interpretation of the landscape
evokes an epic golf setting, as
players vie for the crowning
achievement.
Cassy incorporates sand from
the golf course into the 12 x 24
signature-sized paintings, adding
original dimension and timeless
meaning to each piece. Both paint-
ings are from her collection Day-
break at Blackwolf Run, and
maintain the rich legacy of the sto-
ried course.
In addition to her signature
paintings, Cassy also created a
work in an exciting new Tourna-
ment Style that was be repro-
duced as the Official 2012 U.S.
Womens Open Poster. While my
signature paintings capture the
timeless landscape and natural
beauty of Blackwolf Run, my new
tournament style painting enables
me to place the viewer in the cen-
ter of the action and capture the
thrill of moment of the 2012 U.S.
Womens Open, Cassy said.
For a complete list of Cassys
event involvement, visit her web-
site at www.cassytully.com.
Cassys complete collection of
Kohler-inspired golf paintings,
collectible artist edition prints,
postcards and boxed notecards can
be found at Whistling Straits and
Blackwolf Run clubhouses, The
American Clubs Emporium Gift
shop, and online at
www.KohlerAtHome.com.
Artist Cassy Tully at Riverbend in Kohler unveils one of her paintings which
was used for the official poster of the U.S. Women's Open.
Saturday
September 1, 2012
10:00 am- 6:00pm
at Woodlake Market
in Kohler
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Woodlake Market
New Kohler
pool hours
begin Aug. 13
Calling all Kohler
grads: multi-class
reunion planned
for August 4 in
conjunction with
Kohler Centennial
Kohler graduates! Catch up
with old friends and classmates by
attending the Kohler High School
Grad reunion on Saturday, August
4 from 6:00-11:00 p.m. at Lost
Woods Park (corner of Valley Rd.
and CTH PP). The event will fol-
low the Village of Kohler Centen-
nial parade/picnic, which will end
at 4:00 p.m.
Food, beer, and wine will be
available for purchase, (carry-ins
will also be allowed). Entertain-
ment will be provided by a DJ.
The reunion is open to all
Kohler High School graduates,
their significant others, and KHS
teachers and staff. Registration is
requested.
Cost is $15 at the door.
Questions may be directed to
kohlergrads@charter.net or call
Lynn Siever Rousse at (920) 457-
6165.
Beginning Monday, August 13,
the Kohler pool hours will be Mon-
day-Friday 1:30-5:00 p.m.; Satur-
day and Sunday: 12:30-5:00 p.m.
The Sheboygan County Histor-
ical Research Center presents its
next genealogy class, Organizing
Your Research, scheduled to take
place on Monday, August 13, 2012
from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. This class
will be held at the Research Center,
518 Water Street, Sheboygan Falls.
Participants will learn how to
reduce their genealogical clutter.
This class will help get those
stacks of paper, books and newspa-
per articles and important tidbits of
information organized using files,
folders, binders and your com-
puter. Get your family tree organ-
ized today!
Cost is $15 for members, $20
for non-members and $25 for
walk-ins. Please call 920-467-4667
to register. Registration insures
handouts for participants.
Sheboygan County
Historical Research
Center to hold
genealogy class
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VILLAGE OF KOHLER
CENTENNIAL
11:30 AM parade followed by 1 PM picnic at Lost Woods Park. Bring your own picnic
basket, or purchase offerings to be provided by KPAL.
UW-Wisconsin Marching BandMilwaukee Brewers Baseball Clubs Famous Racing
Sausages TMMilitary Color GuardDignitariesFloats, and more!
What is the parade route? The parade will start at Highland Drive and Orchard
Road, continue to School Street, down School Street to Valley Road, proceed down
Valley Road to Lost Woods Park. There is no parking along the parade route.
Where will cars be parking? Handicap parking will be in the existing parking lot at
Lost Woods Park. This area will be restricted for vehicles with a handicap tag only.
Volunteers will be directing you where to park.
Will there be places to sit at the park? There will be a tent with tables and chairs
for seating at the park.
When does the picnic start? The picnic will begin following a short ceremony at
approximately 1:00 PM.
Where and when can I pick up a Centennial Book? Centennial books will be
available for pickup or purchase at the picnic. Books can also be picked up at
Village Hall after August 6.
Saturday, August 4
Parade, Picnic
11:30 AM-4:00 PM
Friday, August 3
Concert, Fireworks
7:30-11:00 PM
Music by Skyhouse in the Kohler Ravine Park Bowl,
fireworks during intermission. Concessions provided
by Kohler Fire Dept. and The American Club.
Ryan Tengowski
$15,000, attending
Indiana U-Purdue
U Indianapolis for
music technology.
Twenty seven graduates from
the Kohler class of 2012 earned a
total of more than $1 million in
scholarships. According to records
provided by Kohler Schools, the
following graduates earned
$10,000 or more in scholarships:
Melyssa Louwagie
$215,500 attending
Case Western Reserve
University to study bi-
ology and psychology
with the goal of be-
coming a physician.
Lily Zehfus
$148,607, attending
Northland College
for biology.
Rachel OKeefe
$112,000, attending
Mercer University for
biochemistry.
Ryan Zittel
$99,000, attending
Hiram College to
study biological
humanities.
John Benishek
$57,500, to attend
Marquette Univer-
sity to study engi-
neering/mechanical
engineering.
Erick Mehoke
$56,500, attending
Ripon College for
pre-medicine.
Sarah Molepske
$50,050, attending
Rollins College
(undecided major).
Jacob Hart
$45,000, attending
Purdue University to
study mechanical
engineering and
mathematics.
Brendan Schneider
$40,750, attending
Purdue University
for biomedical
engineering.
Angela Sjolund
$32,600, attending
Concordia University
to study graphic
design.
Claire Hillstrom
$16,975, attending
UW-LaCrosse to
study elementary
education with a
science emphasis.
Students receiving between
$5,000-$9,000 include Michael
Krueger, $9,000 (UW-Platteville -
Pre-Veterinary); Alex Romanoski,
$6,550 (UW-Stout - Multimedia
and Business); Charles Olmsted,
$5,100 (UW-Madison - Biological
Systems Engineering; Megan Mas-
cipinto, $5,000 (UW-Sheboygan -
nursing); Andrew Goodell, $5,000;
Daniele Neese, $5,000 (Lakeshore
Technical College Ophthalmic
Medical Assistant);
More than $1 million
in scholarships
awarded to Kohler
graduates
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A Kohler School Foundation Event
Benefiting Kohler Schools
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KHSsends representatives to
Badger Girls and Boys State
In January, the faculty of
Kohler High School selected rep-
resentatives to attend the 2012
Badger Girls and Boys State pro-
grams. Criteria for selection in-
cluded leadership, scholarship,
service, and participation in school
activities.
Selected for Badger Girls State
which was held on the University
of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Campus in
June were: Katie Anderson,
daughter of Kurk and Paula Ander-
son, and Sydney Yang, daughter of
Stewart and Marlene Yang.
Badger Girls State is a week of
learning more about local, county
and state government. American
Legion Auxiliary Badger Girls
State is not a recreational or sports
program. Citizens are divided into
two political partiesthe Federal-
ists and Nationalists. They develop
their own party platforms and for-
mulate their own issues. Citizens
learn by doing as they function
on city, county and state levels by
electing officials in the manner
prescribed by regular election pro-
cedures and conducting business
on those levels. Every girl is en-
couraged to participate in some
level of the governmental process.
Madeline Kelly, daughter of
Joseph and Diane Kelly, and
Logan Willis, daughter of Dirk and
Karla Willis, were selected as al-
ternates for the Badger Girls pro-
gram.
Greg Suralik, son of John and
Margaret Suralik, and Tyler Lewis,
son of Jim and Linda Lewis were
selected to participate in the
Badger Boys State on the Ripon
College campus.
Connor Hogan, son of Rod and
Karen Hogan, and Tim Valicenti,
son of Tom and Jeanne Valicenti
were selected as alternates for the
Badger Boys program. Both boys
attended as alternates the week of
June 9-16 on the Ripon College
Campus.
Badger Boys State participants
develop their own party platforms,
pass local ordinances and utilize a
state patrol and judicial system to
enforce the laws and constitution
of the 51st state. Additionally, cit-
izens choose from a series of
schools of instruction such as: law,
peace officer, leadership, public
speaking, parliamentary proce-
dure, and lobbying and campaign
strategies, among others. Badger
Boys State citizens also had an op-
portunity to participate in a variety
of team sports that compete
throughout the week, a band and
choir, and write for the Badger
Bugle Citizen, the official newspa-
per of Badger Boys State.
The Prescott-Bayens Post N. 83
of the American Legion and the
American Legion Auxiliary spon-
sor these programs to foster an un-
derstanding of American
government. Students from
throughout the state learn the prin-
ciples of democracy by living to-
gether as self-governing citizens,
studying the Constitution and shar-
ing experiences that demonstrate
both the privileges and responsi-
bilities of citizenship.
Voila!
~
cheerleading group seeking
cheerleaders!
Submitted by Christine Phillips
Back in 2009 when the LKC
football program was just getting
off the ground, there were rampant
discussion amongst some of the
sports moms about amping up the
school spirit and giving the kids a
total football experience. Natu-
rally the discussions led to cheer-
leaders, and with years of
experience under her belt and a
vested interest in the sports com-
munity and local schools, coach
Christine Phillips formed the
Voila!~ Cheerleading program to
kick start the process. This fall
will mark the 4th consecutive sea-
son for the Voila!~ cheerleaders
rocking the house during the LKC
football games at Ebben Field!
Voila!~ operates as a totally non-
profit LLC and its goal is to pro-
vide the class of 2017 with an
opportunity to explore the world of
cheering, camaraderie, sportsman-
ship and fun. What started out as
a fun idea back in 2009 when the
squad was in 5th grade, has devel-
oped into a serious sport for the
girls involved. Most of the cheer-
leaders with this years squad have
been with the program since the
beginning, and its amazing to see
their growth and progress as ath-
letes. They are all wonderful
young ladies and I am honored to
work with them and see their in-
credible enthusiasm and excite-
ment for the sport, said Christine
Phillips, coach at Voila!~. Think-
ing back to 5th grade and chatting
about the excitement of having an
actual football team that sparked
the conversation about cheerlead-
ing, and when I asked the kids if
they had any interest, I got a re-
sounding- YES! Naturally we
were off to the races.
Back in the day, the girls started
out with a simple 3 day camp and
wardrobe the first two years were
just about matching tee shirts and
white shorts, leggings or skirts.
The learning process took us from
8th Grade
Cheerleading Program!
Who? The LKC community 8th
Grade
What? Cheerleading Practice for
newcomers and veterans alike.
Come check it out, test your
skills, join the squad!
When? Mondays, August 6, 13, 20, 27
Where? Ebben Field 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Why? Are you kidding? Why NOT!
5th, 6th, 7th Grade
Cheerleading Seminar!
Who? Any interested 5th, 6th, or 7th
grade budding cheerleaders
What? A two-hour seminar on basic cheer-
leading fundamentals. $10.00 fee
(Voila!
~
is non-prot. Proceeds
to go toward pep rally supplies!)
When? Monday August 27, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where? Ebben Field
Why? Lets keep the program rolling!
To register, contact Christine Phillips: christine.phillips@charter.net
basic sideline chants and cheers, to
learning the game, to mounts, tum-
bling and half time entertainment.
Last year in 2011, the team went
on to don full-fledge uniforms,
rocked fully choreographed half
time cheers and sideline pom pom
routines. They also began the tra-
dition of decorating the bust-
through banner for the guys before
each game to pump up the team
and the crowd. After watching
the girls step up in 2011 there is no
doubt in my mind they can become
a force though-out their high
school years if they stick with it-
watch out state competition, here
we come! This year, the squad is
going to up the pep-rally ante by
incorporating even more school
spirit hijinks into the evenings at
the games. Practice for the 8th
grade squad begins on Monday Au-
gust 6th at 6:00 at Ebben Field, and
any and all new interested girls in
that class are welcome to attend.
This year the squad also plans to
hold a seminar for the younger 5th,
6th, and 7th graders who are inter-
ested in the program as well on
Monday August 27th. The cost
will be $10.00 per girl, run 6:00
PM to 8:00 PM and the funds will
go to the supplies for the banners
and last home game extrava-
ganza.
For further information and de-
tails on any and all cheerleading in-
quires, feel free to email Coach
Phillips at christine.phillips@char-
ter.net or call 920-208-1012.
Who rocks the House? LKC
Cheerleaders rock the house!
Above: Volila!~ cheerleaders in 2009, below:2011 submitted photos
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map and lineups
American Legion Post 149
Mr. Herbert Kohler, Jr.
Village Board
State Representatives
Kohler High School Band
Kohler Bomber Plane/Grill
John Esche/Antique Fire Truck
U.W. Madison Marching Band
Kohler Library Float
Cedar Grove Klompen Dancers
Scuttlebutt Clowns
Kohler Race Team
Kiel Municipal Marching Band
Kohler Kare Float
Kohler Fire Department
Plymouth H.S. Dance Line
Milwaukee Brewer Sausages
Tripoli Motor Corps
1946 Village GMC Truck
KPAL-Football/Soccer Club
SFHS Dance Team
Art Imig
4H Club Horses
D'werdenfelser Schuhplattlers
Kohler Boy Scouts
Kohler Girl Scouts
Beef Tea String Band
Blue Line Figure Skaters
JD XPLOSION
Doll Buggy Participants
Kohler Police
Centennial
parade lineup
Sky House Band to rock
the ravine bowl Friday,
August 3
Sky House Band will kick off
the Village of Kohlers Centennial
celebration on Friday night, Au-
gust 3 with a concert featuring con-
temporary rock in the ravine bowl
beginning at approximately 7:30
p.m.
Sky House Band members in-
clude Keith Abler, Bob McManus,
Amy Patenaude Schmidt, Cindy
Howley, Luke Abler, Mike Dellger,
and Larry Baldock. Abler, Dellger
and Baldock are former members
of Sunblind Lion, a locally popular
band from Plymouth that released
three albums between 1976-80.
Concessions will be available
beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will
be fireworks during the bands in-
termission.
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Kohler alumnus instrumental
in helping Wisconsin Project
win $4.1 million grant award
Successful grant writing by
Kari (Egan) Trapskin, a 1992
graduate of Kohler High School,
has was instrumental in the award-
ing of a $4.1 million grant to the
Pharmacy Society Association of
WI where Trapskin is the pharma-
cist on staff. (Trapskin is the
daughter of Kohler residents John
and Karen Egan).
On June 15, 2012, the Center
for Medicare and Medicaid Serv-
ices (CMS) announced that the
statewide implementation of the
Wisconsin Pharmacy Quality Col-
laborative (WPQC), which an ini-
tiative of the Pharmacy Society of
Wisconsin, was selected as a
showcase project of the CMS
Health Care Innovation Center.
The WPQC was designed to en-
gage health plans and pharmacy
providers in a collaborative effort
to improve medication use in Wis-
consin. The pilot project, started in
2008, pays pharmacists for time
spent with patients reviewing their
medications, including less costly
alternatives that may be just as ef-
fective. One of the side benefits of
the program is that a pharmacist is
more likely to catch potential ad-
verse interactions between med-
ications, which can occur when a
patient has more than one doctor
prescribing medications for differ-
ent conditions.
The organizations will imple-
ment projects in communities
across the nation that aim to de-
liver better health, improved care
and lower costs to people enrolled
in Medicare, Medicaid and the
Childrens Health Insurance Pro-
gram (CHIP), particularly those
with the highest health care needs.
According to estimates from the
awardees, these projects intend to
save the health care system an es-
timated $1.9 billion over the next
three years, lowering health care
costs and ensuring a sustainable
system for generations to come.
Many will achieve even greater
savings in future years because of
the investments in new processes,
infrastructure and technology. Ad-
ditionally, targeted preventative
care will reduce costs by averting
the onset or progression of chronic
disease and serious injuries.
The Innovation Center received
nearly 3000 applications, repre-
senting tens of thousands of indi-
viduals and partnering
organizations that underwent a
highly competitive selection
process.
The CMS Innovation Center
was created by the Affordable
Care Act to test innovative pay-
ment and service delivery models
that have the potential to reduce
program expenditures while pre-
serving or enhancing the quality of
care.
FREE YOGA
in Sheboygan Falls!
Wisconsins newest all donation-based
yoga studio opens July 2
Attend class for free or pay what you can with
touring yoga teacher Deborah Williamson.
641 Monroe Street, Suite 105
(just above Ella's Dela)
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
www.midwestpoweryoga.com
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Kohler baseball players have
successful year on Lutheran/
Kohler team
By Kevin Struck
The Sheboygan Lutheran/
Kohler summer baseball team fin-
ished the regular season with a
record of 10-8, tied for third place
with Howards Grove in the seven-
team Central Lakeshore Confer-
ence.
Six players earned recognition
in All-Central Lakeshore Confer-
ence voting by the coaches. Only
one of the players was a senior,
which bodes well for the teams fu-
ture. Earning Second Team All-
Conference were junior Nate
Tures, pitcher; sophomore Paul Vi-
cente, outfielder; sophomore
Calvin Stefanczyk and senior Peter
Nebel, infielders; and freshman
Noah Fink, first baseman. Infielder
Phil Case, a sophomore, received
honorable mention.
Kohler resident and
Sheboygan Falls high
school baseball player
Ryan Halverson just com-
pleted a season he will
likely never forget. As a
starting pitcher for the
Sheboygan Falls Falcons,
Halverson, who finished
the season 5-0 and led the
conference in both winning per-
centage and shutouts, was selected
to the Eastern Wisconsin Confer-
ence all conference second team.
He then helped the Falcons storm
through the playoffs to be-
come one of only four
teams in the state to qual-
ify for the state summer
baseball championship at
Kapco Park in Mequon.
The Falcons finished the
season with a 25-5 record,
falling short in the state
semi-final game against
Oak Creek. On the bright side,
Halverson, a junior this past year,
and four other all conference play-
ers will be back next season, hope-
ful of a return trip to state.
Halverson ends all
conference year at
state
Nate Tures
Paul Vicente
Calvin Stefanczyk
Peter Nebel
Noah Fink Phil Case
Photos courtesy of David Jablonski (MrJPics)
Conceal ed Carr y
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American Le Mans Series Road Race Showcase returns
to Road America August 16-18
Chevrolet Celebrates 60 Years of Corvettes at Road America's
Corvette World Tribute August 19
Road America has hosted The
American Le Mans Series
(ALMS) every year since 2002 and
the fabled four-mile, 14-turn cir-
cuit - the longest on the series
schedule - still provides close fin-
ishes with narrow margins of vic-
tory year after year. A popular
late-summer tradition, this presti-
gious event will showcase more
than 36 cars in several classes on
Saturday August 18. Everything
from prototypes to production-
based sports cars from numerous
manufacturers in several classes
will battle for position as they
fiercely negotiate the high-speed
straightaways and dramatic pass-
ing areas that Road America is
known for. It is a racing spectacle
for fans of all ages.
"One of the reasons why this
ALMS weekend is so special is be-
cause Road America is the circuit
in the U.S. that's most like Le
Mans," said George Bruggenthies,
track president and general man-
ager. "It's fast and challenging,
with sweeping corners followed by
heavy braking. Every driver loves
the elevation changes and the lay-
out, which has remained un-
changed since it was first built.
You've got to have finesse to be
quick, but also guts to get through
the Carousel and the Kink - one of
the most intimidating corners in
the world. The other reason is that
we will be providing non-stop rac-
ing action by showcasing several
races for the International Motor
Sports Association (IMSA) GT3
Cup, IMSA Lites, USF2000,
SCCA Pro Racing Trans-Am and
Unlimited Racing Championship
as they take on our four-mile cir-
cuit. It's fun to keep an eye on
these series' for many up-and-com-
ing racers."
As part of this weekend the
ALMS finale on Saturday will be
held to four hours. Its timeframe
crosses into the early evening,
which always adds visual impact
to the action as the colorful cars
and their beams negotiate the track
in the late-day lighting, while
brake rotors glow and darkness en-
velops the corners.
Fan activities are also a large
part of the weekend's appeal with
on-site camping, car corrals, auto-
graph sessions, fan forums, public
karting, and touring. On Friday
night fans can enjoy the Tour de
RA which starts at 6:45 p.m. in-
cluding racers, fans, families, and
cancer survivors taking their bikes
around the famous circuit. Regis-
tration details are available online
at www.roadamerica.com
On Sunday, August 19, hun-
dreds of dedicated Corvette racers
and enthusiasts will celebrate the
marque's 60th year in production at
Road America during the Corvette
World Tribute; a gathering of vin-
tage and contemporary examples
of America's favorite sports car at
America's greatest road course.
Customary to its locale and lay-
out, Corvettes are part of Road
America's essential character. In
the early days, the track was a fa-
vorite destination for Chevrolet ex-
ecutives to stage sneak previews of
upcoming models and to develop
high-performance packages for
production models. The high-
speed four-mile track has long
been a battleground for genera-
tions of Corvette road racers, from
the glory days of the original solid-
axle Corvettes, Sting Rays, and
Grand Sports to today's champi-
onship-winning Corvette C6.Rs
campaigned by Corvette Racing in
the ALMS Series.
The Corvette World Tribute of-
fers a full menu of activities for
participants, enthusiasts, and spec-
tators to experience the Corvette
lifestyle. From autocross and
slalom courses, to a concours fea-
turing People's Choice awards, a
road rally, and track sessions for
touring and even race-prepared
Corvettes will provide nonstop ac-
tion.
"We're honored that Road
America has played a key role in
Corvette's racing heritage from the
track's opening in 1955 to today,"
said Bruggenthies. "From the
Corvette Bridge to Chevrolet being
our official vehicle and the 50th
Anniversary of our Corvette Cor-
ral, we couldn't be more excited or
more proud to celebrate this long-
standing association with such a
notable brand and marque at the
second annual Corvette World
Tribute."
All racers, performance enthu-
siasts, collectors, hobbyists and
fans are invited to participate in
this special Corvette World Tribute
gathering on Sunday, August 19.
Road America is working with the
National Council of Corvette
Clubs (NCCC) and the Kettle
Moraine Corvette Club to coordi-
nate the Corvette World Tribute.
Road America will manage car
owner/driver event registration,
which remains open until August
19 but entries are limited for some
activities. Additional information
available at roadamerica.com.
A special $35 spectator-only
ticket will be available at Gate 6 on
Sunday, which opens at 7 a.m.
Paddock access and parking
throughout the weekend is free.
Kids 12 and under are admitted
free with an adult. Tickets are still
available and additional event de-
tails; ticket pricing and camping
information can be found at
www.roadamerica.com or by call-
ing 800-365-RACE (7223) and all
races run rain or shine.
Kohler Power Sys-
tems names GM of
Residential/Light
Commercial
Business
Kohler names
Director of Faucet
Operations,
Americas
Amy Cole was named general
manager of the residential/light
commercial business for Kohler
Power Systems.
In this role, she
oversees the res-
i dent i al / l i ght
c o mme r c i a l
strategic busi-
ness unit to meet
growth and prof-
itability objec-
tives. She is responsible for the
entire operational organization, fo-
cusing on dealer and channel de-
velopment, new product
development, and driving business
improvement initiatives.
Cole recently served as senior
vice president of channels for Hilti
North America, where she served
the residential and commercial
markets and managed all revenue
and cost. She holds a Bachelor of
Arts degree from Colorado College
and an MBA from the University
of Tulsa.
David Moore was named direc-
tor of faucet operations for the
Americas region of Kohler Co.s
global faucets division.
In this role, he is
responsible for all
manufacturing op-
erations for global
faucets products in
the region to
achieve efficient
and effective oper-
ation and technical coordination.
He joined Kohler in 2009 as the
director of faucet operations in
Wisconsin. Prior to that, he spent
more than 20 years in various man-
ufacturing and operations posi-
tions, including vice president and
general manager at Cequent Trailer
Products and plant manager at Fed-
eral Mogul Corporation.
Moore holds a bachelors de-
gree in mechanical engineering
from the University of Sheffield
and an MBA from Henley Manage-
ment College.
Kohler names
Director of Bathing
Products Marketing
Tracy Jaeger
was named direc-
tor of marketing
for Kohler Co.s
KOHLER brand
bathing products
division.
In this role, she is responsible
for overall bathing and showering
fixtures marketing, including the
delivery of product marketing and
results within the financial plans of
her categories.
Jaeger joined Kohler in 2001
and worked in Vikrell product mar-
keting, shower doors product mar-
keting, sales operations, and in her
most recent role as the marketing
manager for STERLING brand
marketing. Prior to Kohler, she
worked in forecasting and cus-
tomer service at Golden Books
Family Entertainment.
Jaeger earned a bachelors de-
gree in finance and human resource
management from the University
of Wisconsin Oshkosh and an
MBA from Marquette University.
Kohler names new
director of
digital channel
marketing
Shane Judd was named director
of digital channel marketing for
Kohler Co.s kitchen and bath divi-
sion in the Americas region.
In this role, he
is responsible for
the creation and
execution of the e-
commerce strategy
for division, mo-
bile marketing
plans and retail-support programs.
He also manages customer engage-
ment through digital marketing.
Judd started at Kohler in 1998
as a systems project leader in the
technical services department.
Since then, he has taken on man-
agement roles within different
functions, such as information sys-
tems, commercial plumbing prod-
ucts, and environmentally
sustainable plumbing and power
products.
He earned a bachelors degree
from the University of Minnesota
and an MBA from Cardinal Stritch
University.
Kohler names
quality director
for Kitchen & bath
group
Chris Fenton
was named direc-
tor of quality for
Kohler Co.s
kitchen and bath
division in the
Americas region.
In this role, Fen-
ton directs and oversees the quality
function, leading the strategic and
operational planning for quality
improvement. He also manages
companywide programs to reduce
warranty and customer claim rates,
and improve customer-experience
quality levels.
Fenton joined in Kohler Co. in
2007 as the director of manufactur-
ing systems engineering, where he
managed the development of engi-
neers and introduced computer-
based training tools, and supported
international manufacturing opera-
tions projects.
Prior to joining Kohler Co., he
worked in a variety of engineering
roles at Robert Bosch Corp. and
has global experience working in
Germany, Mexico and Thailand.
He holds a Bachelor of Engi-
neering degree in mechanical engi-
neering from Oakland University
and an MBA from the University
of Texas at El Paso.
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KOHLER VILLAGER 9
138 Market St, Kohler
PRISTINE KOHLER COLONIAL
3 bedroom, 2 bath home
Updated kitchen, maple cabinetry
Large living room & formal dining
Beautifully updated bathrooms
Awesome lower level family room
4 car garage and nice size yard
Just move in and enjoy!
#3690 $164,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
826 Briarwood Ct, Kohler
BEAUTIFUL BRICK COLONIAL
Gorgeous lot flowers, shrubs, stone walk & patio
Over 3,200 sq. ft., plus 1,200 sq. ft. in lower level
Formal living & dining rooms, family room, full bath &
bedroom
Open loft on upper, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, bonus room
Beautiful wood floors, woodwork and crown moldings
Lower level rec room w/kitchenette, full bath & more
Close to Sports Core and all Kohler amenities
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.826BriarwoodCt.com
#3482 $549,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1020 Woodlake Road, Kohler
SPACIOUS AND COMFORTABLE
KOHLER HOME
4 bedroom 3.5 bath area 2 story home
Formal Living & Dining rooms
First floor family room w/fireplace
Large kitchen w/center island & dinette
Main floor laundry
Lower level rec room
Screen porch for summer enjoyment
Beautifully landscaped yard
Oversized 2.5 car 25x40 garage
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.1020woodlakerd.com
#3631 $320,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
521 Upper Rd, Kohler
STORYBOOK STYLE RANCH
3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch
Large living & dining rooms
Eat-in kitchen
Lovely woodwork throughout
Many appliances included
1.5 car detached garage w/sunroom
#3683 $126,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
118 E. Park Lane, Kohler
CLASSIC BRICK COLONIAL
4 Bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bath areas
Beautiful formal living & dining rms
Updated kitchen beautiful cabinetry
Wood floors & crown moldings
Main floor family rm & finished LL
Walk-up attic for tons of storage
All brick, new gutters
1 car detached garage
View this property at: www.118eparkln.com
#3688 $289,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1111 Aspen Rd, Kohler
IMPECCABLE MODERN/
TRADITIONAL KOHLER HOME
Beautiful two story entry/open staircase
Sunken living/dining combo
Gourmet style kitchen w/eating area
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths & 2 half baths
Master bedroom suite w/dressing room
Master bath with separate tub/toilet areas
Lower level family room w/wet bar
Professionally landscaped yard
Custom deck w/built-in planters & lighting
#3697 $409,000
Terri Stewart 912-4303
432 Ridge Court, Kohler
NEWPRICE!
STATELY BRICK RANCH/
PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
2 bedroom, 2 bath area Village home
Beautiful brick fireplace in the large living room
Dining room features a wall of windows
Eat-in kitchen has natural cabinetry
Main floor den/office could be 3
rd
bedroom
Many updates such as roof and windows
Screen porch offers blistful summer evenings
Large yard features mature landscape
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.432ridgect.com
#3654 $239,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO
3 Bedrooms 2 bath areas
Very open concept, tons of windows
Great room open to kitchen
Gorgeous hardwood floors
Beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace
Heated 3 seasons room, enjoy the changing seasons
Great location, near all the amenities of Kohler
Priced under the assessed value!
#3634 $194,900
Terri Stewart 912-4303
532 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
OUTSTANDING KOHLER HOME
4 bedroom, 3 bath area classic brick home
Formal living & dining rooms
Main floor family room w/fireplace
Beautiful cherry wood kitchen
Finished lower level rec room
Many updates, including new windows
Nice size yard and 2.5 car garage
#3671 $224,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
Village Realty & Development
Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075
(800) 351-4371
www.v-r-d.com
555 Sir Howard Circle, Kohler
KOHLER WALKOUT RANCH
Beautiful lot on quiet cul-de-sac
3bedrooms, 3 baths
Living Room w/fireplace & office
Kitchen & dining room, cherry cabinetry
Gorgeous hickory floors
Roof in 2009 & exterior stained in 2010
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.555SirHowardCt.com
#3609 $249,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
808 Linden Rd., Kohler
SPACIOUS KOHLER HOME
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, move-in condition
MBR with adjoining loft area w/fireplace
Updated kitchen with dual ovens
Living and family rooms with fireplace
Main floor laundry/mud room
Large deck w/surround sound and hot tub
Screened porch w/skylights
2 car att. & 1 car det. Garages
View this property at: www.808linden.com
#3714 $350,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
812 Linden Road, Kohler
SPACIOUS CONTEMPORARY
4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home
Large open kitchen & formal dining room
Living room w/fireplace
Walk-out lower level
Lower level family room w/fireplace
2 car attached garage
Wrap around deck for outdoor enjoyment
Too much to list, call today!
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.812lindenrd.com
#3627 $319,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
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Kohler High
School musical
auditions
scheduled
Kohler and Howards Grove
High Schools proudly announce
the iconic Wizard of Oz as the fall
musical production.
Mark your calendars for the
smash hit musical as it comes to
life on the Kohler Memorial The-
atre stage, November 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Auditions will be held at
Kohler Memorial Theatre on Sep-
tember 6 and September 10 from
5:30-9:00 p.m. All interested high
school students are invited to pre-
pare 16 bars of music and join the
auditions. Any who are unable to
attend should call drama director
Travis Knier at 920-286-1313.
The group is also looking for a re-
liable and energetic assistant direc-
tor for this falls production.
Anyone interested should call
Travis Knier or contact music di-
rector Richard Tengowski at 459-
2920 ext. 1443.
Prental assistance with the pro-
duction is also needed! Help is
needed for props, costumes, sets,
ticket sales and promotions. Any
adults interested in working be-
hind the scenes should contact one
of the directors.
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KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCATION:
Kohler Public Library is housed with the school li-
brary in the school building at 333 Upper Road.
SUMMER HOURS:
MondayThursday: 9am-8:30pm
Friday: 9am5pm
Sunday 14pm
NOTICE TO ALL LIBRARY
COMPUTER USERS
It is the policy of the Kohler Public Library that you
need to have your library card with you to log onto
the internet computers. Beginning July 20, 2012 the
Eastern Shores Library system implemented software
to help us manage our computers. This software re-
quires you to enter your library card number and pin
number at the beginning of your session. Please re-
member to bring your card with you from now on
when you come to use a computer.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
We are looking for long time village residents to
spend some time sorting through old photographs.
We have a whole filing cabinet full of pictures that
are not labeled or identified and we want names for
these faces! Stop in anytime and grab a stack of
post-it notes.
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 and lots of
laughs. Everyone is welcome. Crocheters wel-
come!
Its Summer Reading Program Time!
Can you believe it? Its time to sign up for another
AMAZING summer at the library! Sign up starts
June 13, programs begin the following week.
At press time, were still finalizing our schedule,
but so far this is what you can look forward to!
MONDAY 10:30 am Chapter book story time.
Geared towards first grade and up, kids can come
and listen to a few chapters a week.
LIBRARY LINK
KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY
TUESDAY afternoons12:30
Back by popular demand we will have workshops for
older kids on Tuesday afternoons. Because of the
skill level involved, these workshops will be limited
to kids 9 years old and up. And because we will
need to provide them with supplies, interested kids
will have to RSVP by the Friday before. NO WALK-
INS. Workshops that you can look forward to are:
June 19: 12:30 Manga Workshop
with Nick Katsfy
(limit 28 kids)
June 26: 12:30 Tissue Paper
Illustrations
July 3: 12:30 Clay Bowls
July 10: 12:30 Glass Vase Painting
July 17: 12:30 Decopage Frames
July 24: 12:30 Crochet
July 31: 12:30 TBA
August 7: 12:30 TBA
August 14: 12:30 TBA
August 28: 12:30 Henna Work -
shop (requires per-
mission slip)
WEDNESDAYS at 12:30
Our Wednesday programs are open to children of
every age. Parents, baby-sitters and grandparents
are all encouraged to bring their kids and enjoy
singing, storytelling, and other entertainment.
June 20 Madcap Puppets
June 27 Rich Baumann-Singer/Song-
writer
July 4 CLOSED
July11 The Truly Remarkable
Loon-Juggler
July 18 Storyteller Alan Lieberman
July 25 Tom Kastle-Singer/Storyteller
Aug 1 TBA
Aug 8 Snakes Alive
Aug 5 Mr. Billy
Aug 22 Ice Cream Party + Balloon Magician Tim
Glander
FRIDAYS at 10:30am
On Fridays, the library will hold story hour that is
geared towards preschool aged kids. Stories, songs,
nd crafts based on weekly themes are performed by
our librarian, Erin.
NEW MATERIALS:
Please call 459-2923 or email Erin at
ecoppers@esls.lib.wi.us if you have suggestions of
items to purchase for the library.
Let us know where you are planning your next vaca-
tion! We will make sure we have the latest travel
guides for your destination!
BOOKS
Non-Fiction
Essentially Feminine Knits
Below Stairs: the classic kitchen maids memoir that
inspired Downton Abbey
Fiction
Gold by Chris Cleave
Backfire by Catherine Coulter
Wicked Business by Janet Evanovich
Night Watch by Linda Fairstein
The Queens Lover by Francine du Plessix Gray
Summerland Elin Hilderbrand
Fireproof by Alex Kava
The Good Dream by Donna VanLiere
DVDs
1940s House
Secrets of the Manor House
Colonial House
Chronicle
Contraband
Gone
The Grey
London Boulevard
Man on a Ledge
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
The Woman in Black
Wrath of the Titans
Curb Your Enthusiasm: 8
th
Season
One For the Money
Project X
The Sitter
Tim and Erics Billion Dollar Movie
Tower Heist
Annie Get Your Gun
Anything Goes
Brigadoon
Bye Bye Birdie
Damn Yankees
Fiddler on the Roof
42
nd
Street
How To Succeed Without Really Trying
King and I
The Music Man
My Fair Lady
Oklahoma
Oliver
The Pirates of Penzance
South Pacific
Downton Abbey Season 2
Iron Lady
Red Tails
Rent
Reality of Love
The Kohler Villager
Published the 1st and 15th
of each month
Contact Mary Struck:920-331-4904
kohlervillager@charter.net
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM AUGUST 1, 2012
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The Modern Shaman Work-
shop: Saturday, August 4, 8:00
a.m.-Noon. Learn what Shaman-
ism is and how the modern
Shaman releases "old beliefs" and
allows a new vibration in. You will
be given practical suggestions to
help you live as an "energy being"
having a human experience rather
than the other way around. You
will learn techniques to heal your-
self and others and create what you
want by vibrating at a higher fre-
quency. This class emphasizes not
the shaman's physical tools but fo-
cuses on the core essence of what
it is to be a shaman. Certificate of
Completion. Class size is limited.
$95.00 per person. Call 920-457-
9543.
Reiki Seminar: Saturday, August
4, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Learn about this
healing energy at our free monthly
seminar. Reiki Master-Teacher
John M. Oestreicher explains lev-
els of training, how Reiki is used
in hospitals around the World,
what to expect during a session and
hosts informal Q&A. Call 920-
457-9543 to reserve your space.
Healthy Sleep Workshop: Satur-
day, August 11, 10:30 a.m.-Noon
Relaxation expert John M. Oestre-
icher will teach you how to fall
asleep easily and quickly. Learn to
sleep soundly and release the
minds endless chatter to have a
restful night. Practical applications
will be given to develop a calm and
peaceful mind. $60 per person, or
bring a friend for just $50 each.
Call 920-457-9543 to register.
Reiki Level I Training: Saturday,
Sept. 22, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., UW-
Fond du Lac Campus:
This workshop is for those who
want to be Level I Reiki Practition-
ers and/or want to utilize Reikis
self-treatment method to be active
participants in their own healing.
Students receive Level I Reiki at-
tunement, demonstrate the ability
to give Reiki to a client, and per-
form self-healing. 0.8 CEUs and
Certificate. $165 plus $20 for man-
ual. 920-946-0363
Reiki Level II Training: Saturday,
Sept. 29, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m., UW-
Fond du Lac Campus. This work-
shop is designed for those
individuals who would like to be-
come Level II Reiki Practitioners.
Students will receive a Level II
Reiki attunement, which increases
their ability to receive and utilize
the Reiki energy. Students will
fine tune their skills as practition-
ers, learn to feel high & low energy
frequencies, practice distance heal-
ing, understand the use of symbols,
perform body scanning and beam-
ing. 0.7 CEUs and Certificate.
$250 920-946-0363
New Service Heal Your Life -
Group Reiki Session: Every Tues-
day 4:00-5:00 p.m. UW instructor
and Reiki Master/Teacher John
Oestreicher will offer a group
Reiki Healing Session. This serv-
ice provides a powerful session
that promotes healing; is affordable
and has the ability to help many
people at the same time. Any size
group can benefit, from two people
to one-hundred. This session is de-
signed to encourage healing for
any moderate to severe health is-
sues including cancer and fi-
bromyalgia. $20 fee. 4pm-5pm.
At Intentions. Reservation only.
Call 920-946-0363 to register.
Intentions event
calendar
Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction, which
also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Reiki
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Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake
www.HandsOnHealingEnergy.com
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Grace UCC invites the public
to join them on the church
grounds, 500 School Street, on
Thursdays from 7:00-8:30 p.m. for
an evening of fun and fellowship.
Every evening will have a pro-
gram for younger children and
adults. For the children the
evening will have time for games,
a craft, possibly story time, before
joining the adults to conclude with
a campfire and snacks. Adult ac-
tivities will include presentations
about storytelling, tracing ances-
try, assembling a picture album
and scrapbooking, a campfire and
snacks. For more information visit
Grace UCCs new website
www.graceucckohler.org.
Though there is no fee for the
events, Grace Church does en-
courage participants to bring
school items for the community
outreach ministry. Each year there
are dozens of school children in
Sheboygan County who cant af-
ford the extras needed to go to
school. The Mission of the
Month for August is to provide
needed school supplies for these
children.
Thursday night activities are
offered on a weather permitting
basis. Grace UCC gathers for
worship each Sunday morning at
9:00 a.m. through Labor Day.
Public invited to
experience Grace
6510 Superior Ave, Kohler
Highland Dr (Co Rd. Y) north, then
west on Co Rd O (Superior)
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Owners, Gail & John Behrens II
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Huge selection of trees, shrubs, annuals, hanging baskets,
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Sheboygan Downtown Rotary Club announces new leadership
Sheboygan, WI Past President
Mary Pitsch passed the gavel to the
Sheboygan Downtown Rotary
Clubs new President, Steve
Stauber during the annual Chang-
ing of the Guard event held on
June 25th at Pine Hills Country
Club. Steve is a Business Develop-
ment Banker with Community
Bank & Trust and was the Director
of Community Recreation for the
Sheboygan Area School District
from 1971 to 2003. He received a
B.S. from UW La Crosse and a
MPA from UW Oshkosh. Steve is
currently Chairman of Friends of
St. Nicholas Hospital Board and a
member of Sheboygan Elks 299.
He previously served as a Board
member of Sheboygan Senior
Community, Meals on Wheels and
Maywood Environmental Park.
Officers for 2012-2013 are
William Weissert President
Elect, Kristin Abell Vice Presi-
dent, Kristin Blanchard Secre-
tary, Tom Liebl Treasurer, and
Sergeant-At-Arms Jeanne
Kliejunas. Directors are Steve
Scharrer, Judy Slawny, Carl Rick-
meier, Scott Luedke, Katie De-
lahunt and Ken King. Recognition
was extended to several members
of this service club including out-
going Directors Deb Bruckschen,
Dan Gray and Sharon Winkle. Al
Grube was recognized for 50 years
of service through active member-
ship. This special event was at-
tended by 80 Rotarians and guests
of the Club. Founded in 1915, the
Sheboygan Downtown Rotary
Club is one of 33,000 affiliates
comprising Rotary International,
Sheboygan Rotary brings together
more than 120 local business peo-
ple who provide community serv-
ice, encourage high ethical
standards, and build goodwill.
Meetings are held at noon every
Monday at the Elks, 1943 Erie
Ave., Sheboygan. For more infor-
mation about membership and the
club, visit
www.sheboyganrotary.org.
Past Sheboygan Rotary President Mary
Pitsch hands gavel of leadership to incoming
President Steve Stauber.
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Meeting Dates
Kohler School Friends
PTO - Second Wednesday of the month in the Library from 7:00-8:00
p.m. during the school year
Kohler Seniors
SENIORS!!!! Time for our last Spring Fling before our summer
vacation. We'll meet at 11:30 for this meeting on the 4th of
June.
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
Second Wednesday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin
at 7:00 p.m.
Kohler Athletic Booster Club
First Monday of each month (except January, June and July) at
5:30pm in the library.
Kohler Speakezs Toastmasters
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday from 12:10-1:00 p.m. at the
Kohler Co. Human Resource 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.vil-lani@kohler.com
Sheboygan Toastmasters 2121
Meets the first and third Monday of month at The Highland House
on the corner of 8th and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. For
additional information contact 920-287-7130.
Sheboygan County Historical Research
Center in Sheboygan Falls announces
two new summer reading choices.
The Judge David Taylor Family
by Edwin Fisher is a new publica-
tion which documents the family
and career of David Taylor, an early
settler, lawyer, businessman and
judge. Today the Taylor home in
Sheboygan is part of the Sheboygan
County Historical Society and mu-
seum. As a Wisconsin State
Supreme Court Justice, he was one
of the most important early settlers
in Sheboygan. This book is part ge-
nealogy and part history. It will take
you on an interesting adventure
from New York, where Taylor was
born, through the wilds of 1840s to
Sheboygan in its earliest years. This
new book is a great read. Cost of
the book is $10.00 plus tax.
The second new book is En-
durance, the story of Shackletons
Antartic adventure. Authors
Rochelle Pennington and Nicholas
Pennington traveled to England and
Scotland to research the epic ad-
venture of Sir Ernest Shackleton's
Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedi-
tion, a true account of human strife
and triumph. The extraordinary
events surrounding one of historys
greatest shipwrecks are detailed in
their book. The story has inspired
generations over the past century
and has provoked management
studies in leadership and motiva-
tional principles at Harvard Univer-
sity and corporations across
America. Endurance was more
than the name of a ship; it was also
the Shackleton family motto: By
endurance we conquer. Cost of the
book is $15.00 plus tax.
The Historical Research Center
is open Tuesday through Friday
from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., and Sat-
urday mornings from 8:30 a.m. to
noon. The books are also available
online at schrc.org. Call 920-467-
4667 for more information.
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
The Kohler Kare registration for
the school year 2012-13 will take
place at the Kohler School on Au-
gust 8th from 11:00 am until 6 pm.
The JK program runs from 11:00
am until 3:20 pm with the After
School program running from 3:20
pm until 5:30pm. This registration
will coincide along with the
2012/13 school year registration.
You can obtain all the necessary
forms needed for school plus
Kohler Kare on the school web
page. Please bring your checkbook
for payment of necessary fees.
Kohler
Kare
Mathematics (Red folder & notebook)
Notebook and pencils
Gr. 6 TI 34 Multiview+, TI 34II, or TI
34 Explorer calculator
Gr. 7 TI 34 Multiview+, TI 34II, or TI
34 Explorer calculator
Gr. 8 TI 83 + calculator
English (Blue folder & notebook)
2-pocket folder or separate compartment
in Trapper
2-3 spiral notebooks (for daily notes and
to be used as a journal & exercises), 2
pens (1 red, 1 black), pencil, flash drive
(any size)
Science (Green folder & notebook)
Gr. 6 Green Three ring binder with
loose-leaf paper
Gr. 7 & 8 Green folder and notebook,
pencils & pens
Social Studies (Yellow folder &
notebook)
Ruler, folder, notebook and colored
pencils
Advisory
Two-pocket folder and paper
1 box of Kleenex
Spanish
Gr. 7: Red pen, folder, notebook or
binder w/loose leaf paper, 2 packs of 3x5
index cards, Spanish/English
dictionary (recommended)
Gr. 8: binder, loose-leaf paper, red pen,
ample supply of pens and pencils, Span-
ish/English dictionary (recommended)
Gr. 7 & 8 Family Living & Personal
Development
Spiral notebook or loose-leaf paper in
3-ring binder and a two-pocket folder for
hand-outs
Gr. 7 & 8 Technology Ed.
Drafting tape, pink pearl eraser, #2 soft
lead pencil
Gr. 7 & 8 Computer
Notebook and folder
Physical Education
Shirt, shorts, white sweat socks, gym
shoes (preferably other than those worn
everyday), sweatsuit for fall and spring
units, and towel.
Art
1 compass
24 pk. Crayola colored pencils
4 Sharpie twin tip markers
1 (8X10) or equivalent size 50 pg. blank
Sketch Book.
Music
Gr. 6 3 ring binder with loose leaf paper
Pencils
*AMPLE SUPPLY OF PENS AND
PENCILS IS SUGGESTED
Four Year-Old Kindergarten
Backpack large enough for an average
folder (No Wheels)
Crayons (24 ct)
Liquid hand soap
Clorox wipes
Child safety scissors
200 ct. box of tissues
2-3 lg. glue sticks (Scotch or Elmers)
1-2 glue bottles
PLEASE NO PENCIL BOXES
1 4-pack or larger of dry erase markers
(chisel tip)
1 bx. Ziploc snack bags (students w/last
name A-F)
1 bx. Ziploc sandwich bags (students
w/last name M-R)
1 bx. Ziploc quart bags (students w/last
name S-Z)
1 bx. Ziploc gallon bags (student w/last
nameG-L)
Crayola Classic Washable color markers
1 bx. Latex free bandaids
Change of clothing (pants, shirt, under-
wear & socks in Ziploc labeled with
childs name)
Donations appreciated for Classroom
Center: googly eyes, stickers, sharpies
(all colors), glitter (all colors), buttons,
playdough, pipe cleaners, markers, etc.
Five Year-Old Kindergarten
Large backpack
5 scissors
2) Crayons (24 ct)
1 large eraser
12 pencils (#2 Ticonderoga preferred)
2- 200 ct. box of tissues
4 large washable glue sticks (.77 oz)
3 glue bottles (1 - 4 oz. and 2 - 8 oz.)
4-pack or larger of dry erase markers
(chisel tip)
2 wide ruled spiral single subject note-
book (no easy tear pages)
1 gallon sized Ziploc bag labeled with
students name
Crayola 8 ct. classic washable color
markers
Crayola 12 ct. washable Fine Tip Mark-
ers
2 plastic single color folders (2 pocket)
Tri-fold mat with name on it
One 1 3-ringed binder (Spanish)
1 bx. Latex free bandaids
Donations appreciated for Classroom
Center: markers, crayons, glue sticks,
tissue paper (varying colors), construc-
tion paper (varying colors), copy paper
GRADE 1
Backpack
(1) 4 oz. bottle Elmers school glue
2) 200 ct box facial tissues
Money - 4 quarters, 5 dimes, 5 nickels,
50 pennies in a small,
non-breakable container
Gym shoes
3 bx. crayons (24 ct.)
3 large erasers (not scented)
2 pencil boxes 5 x 8
3 plastic pocket folders
6 large glue sticks (approx. 1 oz)
2) Crayola Markers- 8 ct classic colors
5 pointed Fiskar scissors
1) 4 pk. dry erase markers (chisel tip)
GRADE 1 (continued)
4 spiral notebooks with wide-lined spaces
1 lined index cards (100 ct.)
12 Crayola Twistable colored pencils
2 -12 ct. #2 Ticonderoga pencils (sharp-
ened)
Art shirt
1 bx. Latex free bandaids
Put your childs initials on each item with
permanent marker
(including each marker, crayon and pen-
cil)
Art room: 24 pack Crayola crayons & 1
empty plastic frosting container to hold
crayons, 12 or 24 ct Portfolio Series Oil
Pastels
GRADE 2 (including Gr. 2 students in
split class)
Backpack
9 plain pocket folders (yellow, 2) blue,
red, purple, orange, green
white, black)
1 red plastic pocket folder w/3 ring binder
rings
3 extra folders (guidance, music & DI ac-
tivities)
2) 12 ct. #2 pencils sharpened (simple
wood pencils)
1 dry erase marker (black or blue bullet
tip)
8 ct classic thick markers
24 ct crayons
2 large pink erasers
3 spiral notebooks wide-ruled
2 cloth zipper pencil case-soft w/3 ring
binder rings
12 clear ruler w/centimeters & inches
3) 4 oz glue bottle
4 lg. glue sticks (.77 oz.)
12 pk. Colored pencils, sharpened
5 pointed scissors
1 bx. 200 ct. Kleenex
1 bx. Latex free bandaids (cloth)
Art room: Art shirt, 12 pk. Metallic col-
ored pencils (available at Evans), 2)
8oz.Bottles plain white glue, 2 black
sharpie permanent markers
GRADE 3 (including Gr. 3 students in
split class)
Backpack
4) .35 oz glue sticks
4 oz glue bottle
12 thick markers
4) 12 pack #2 pencils (sharpened) (1 for
Spanish)
4 red pens (one for Spanish)
12 ct. colored pencils
7) 2-pocket folders (orange, purple, red,
blue, yellow, green, black)
1) 5 pointed scissors
Flash Drive
Gym shoes
2 large erasers
1 zipper pencil pouch
12 clear ruler (metric & inches)
2 highlighters
1) 3x 5 memo pad
1 pack 1/4 grid graph paper
1 composition notebook wide rule
5 spiral notebooks-wide ruled (red, blue,
green, yellow, purple) 12 ct. Crayola thin
line markers
4 pk. Thin Dry Erase Markers
1 bx. Latex free Bandaids
200 ct facial tissues
2) 1-1/2 3-ring binders --no zippers (one
for Spanish)
200 ct. wide ruled filler paper (Spanish)
Art room: 5 pointed scissors, 8 ct. Cray-
ola bold marker, 8 ct. Crayola Classic
color markers, Art Shirt
GRADE 4 (including Gr. 4 students in
split class)
1 8 oz. bottle Elmer glue
12 mechanical disposable pencils
3 wide-lined spiral notebooks
7 pointed scissors
12clear ruler (metric & inches)
2 red pens
10 two pocket folders (2 red, 2 yellow, 2
blue, 1 orange, 1 green, 1 purple, 1 black
--includes guidance, music, keyboarding)
16 ct. crayons
1 yellow highlighter
2) 200 ct wide ruled filler paper
2 GB USB Flash drive
80 ct. stenographic notebook (6x9)
200 ct. facial tissues
12 ct. Crayola colored pencils (sharp-
ened)
Pencil bag w/zipper and grommets
12 ct fine tip (classic) markers
4 large erasers
No Trapper Keepers Please!
Graph paper quad rule (4X4) 50 ct.
2) 1.5 black 3 ring binder (one for Span-
ish)
200 ct. wide ruled paper (Spanish)
12 ct. box #2 pencils (sharpened) (Span-
ish)
Art room: 12 sharpened #2 pencils, 3
large erasers, 8 count Crayola Thinline
markers, 1- 9X12) 50 pg. Mead Aca-
demic Sketch Book.
GRADE 5 (including Gr. 5 students in
split class)
Backpack
12 clear ruler (metric & inches)
5 black pens
2 erasable red checking pens
17 (2 pocket) folders (3 red, 3 green, 2
purple, 2 yellow, 2 blue, 2 black, 2 or-
ange, 1 white) (this includes music,
HLAY, guidance, keyboarding) No Metal
inserts inside please!
2) 200 ct wide-ruled filler paper (one for
Spanish)
200 ct box facial tissues
1 bx. Latex free Bandaids
1 lg. glue stick (.35 oz.)
8 ct colored pencils (sharpened)
8 ct classic markers, classic colors
Large eraser
7 pointed scissors
3) 12 ct #2 pencils sharpened (one for
Spanish)
6 clear plastic protractor
Pencil bag with zipper
1 or 1.5 letter stencils
1 100 ct. composition notebook (wide
ruled)
1 yellow highlighter
1 70 ct. spiral wide ruled notebook
2 3-ring zipper binder
Calculator (TI 34 Multiview or TI 34II Ex-
plorer Plus
1.5 black 3 ring binder (Spanish)
200 ct. wide ruled paper (Spanish)
12 ct. box #2 pencils (sharpened) (Span-
ish)
No Crayons
No Pencil Boxes
Art room: 12 ruler, 24 pk. Traditional
colored pencils, 9 X12 Mead Academic
sketch pad (50 page), 2 sharpie twin tip
markers
Elementary school supplies list
Grade 6-8 school
supplies list
AUGUST 1, 2012
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Call to Order
Jane Bishop called the meeting to order
at 6:40 p.m. in the Kohler District Confer-
ence Room. Roll Call was taken by
Diane Kelly. The following board mem-
bers were present: Diane Kelly, Marlene
Yang, Jane Bishop. John Suralik and
Laura Kohler were absent.
Statement of Public Notice
June 8, 2012 @ 3:30 p.m.
Approval of Agenda
Marlene Yang moved to approve the
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes.
To consider employment, contracts
and performance-related information
for employees over which the school
board has jurisdiction or exercises re-
sponsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats.
19.85 (1) (c), 118.25, 119.85(f).
Marlene Yang moved to convene into
closed session. Diane Kelly seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Roll Call
Diane Kelly called the roll. John Suralik
and Laura Kohler were absent.
Discussion was held.
Diane Kelly moved to reconvene into
open session. Marlene Yang seconded.
The meeting reconvened into open ses-
sion.
Board President's Report
The board will not use a consulting firm
to hire a new superintendent. They
would like the candidate to live in the
area. Jane will be attending the CESA 7
board meeting on Tuesday, June 12,
2012.
Certificates of Honor
Certificates of Honor were distributed to
the middle school students and high
school students.
Superintendent's Report
Graduation was more impactful than an-
ticipated. Advisors granted diplomas to
the graduates. The ceremony honored
teachers along with students. Marty en-
courages that practice to continue. Bit-
tersweet move for Marty but opportunity
presented itself at Shorewood. He will
volunteer to participate in the July board
meeting.
Review of District Finances
Marty reported the surplus will go toward
fund balance for capital improvements.
The projection for the 2012-2013 budget
are quite promising. With a conservative
increase in open enrollment students, full
savings from the health plan change, hir-
ing of quality but less costly employees
we are projecting a surplus. However,
monies still need to go to special educa-
tion and capital improvements. We will
have a clearer picture after the third Fri-
day count.
Consent Agenda
Approval of May 14, 2012 Regular Board
Minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance/Personnel/Opera-
tions Committee
Recommendation to approve the updated
Teacher Handbook (6-11-2012)
Recommendation to approve the pur-
chase of laptop computers for teachers
and other technology infrastructure
Recommendation to hire John Visser as
a part time art teacher
Recommendation to hire Lori Neurohr as
the elementary/middle school principal
Recommendation to hire Kyle McGilligan-
Bentin as the high school English teacher
Recommendation to accept the resigna-
tion of Danielle Olejniczak, high school
English teacher
Recommendation to accept the resigna-
tion of Marty Lexmond,
superintendent/high school principal
Recommendation to approve the CESA 7
contract for the 2012-2013 school year
Recommendation to approve the leasing
of two vans from Sheboygan Chevrolet
subject to the 2012-2013 budget
Marlene Yang moved to approve the con-
sent agenda. Diane Kelly seconded the
motion. All ayes. Consent agenda ap-
proved.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Discussion of the Superintendent
Search
Discussion was held.
Recommendation to Approve Banking
Services
Diane moved to set this agenda item
aside until the July board meeting. Mar-
lene seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Recommendation to Approve Prelimi-
nary Budget
Diane moved to approve the 2012-2013
preliminary budget as presented. Mar-
lene seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Recommendation to hire Stacy Roz-
marynowski as a middle and high
school English teacher.
Marlene moved to hire Stacy Roz-
marynowski as a middle and high school
English teacher. Diane Kelly seconded.
All ayes. Motion.
Recommendation to hire Matt Bayens
as the varsity girls basketball coach
for 2012-2013 school year
Diane moved to hire Matt Bayens as the
varsity girls basketball coach. Marlene
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjournment
Marlene moved to adjourn. Diane sec-
onded. Meeting adjourned at 7:55 pm
Important Future Dates
June 25, Committee of the Whole6:00
pm @ District Office Conference Room
June 27, Special Board Meeting6:00
pm @ District Office Conference Room
July 9, 2012 Regular School Board Meet-
ing--7:00 pm @ Kohler Public Library
Kohler School Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
for June 11, 2012
See all the Humane Societys
adoptable pets at
MySCHS.Petfinder.com
Visit the Sheboygan County
Humane Society at:
3107 N. 20th St., Sheboygan,WI 53083
920-458-2012
DATCP LIC # 268221-DS
Shelter hours:
Monday: Noon - 4:30 p.m.,
Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30 p.m.,
Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30 p.m.,
Saturday: Noon - 4:00 p.m.,
Closed Sundays.
The Humane Society offers discount
adoption rates on adult cats. Please help
us endpet over population in Sheboygan
County, please SPAY and
NEUTER your pets!

Honey #D12-05-230
Hello, my name is Honey. I am a three year old rat terrier
mix. I have a beautiful white and tan fur coat and I have
been spayed. A mellow home would be ideal for me and
if I could have canine and feline friends, that would be
even better!
Oscar #C12-05-0271
Say hello to this handsome blue eyed feline. Oscar is a
two year old neutered male orange tabby and white in
need of a great home. He is a huge sweetheart, as he likes
to be pet and cuddle up on a warm lap. Come to SCHS
and visit Oscar, he will be waiting.

Pets of the month at the Sheboygan County Humane Society
Two scholarships awarded
and board members
recognized by Women in
Management, Inc.
Sheboygan, WI -- At the June
meeting of the Sheboygan Area
Chapter of Women in Manage-
ment, Inc. (WIMI), the group
awarded two $500 scholarships
and recognized outgoing board
members.
Jennifer Heling was one of the
clubs scholarship winners. Heling
is the Marketing Services Coordi-
nator/Graphic Designer for Bemis
Manufacturing Company. She is
pursuing a bachelor degree in dig-
ital design from the Art Institute of
Pittsburgh and is projected to earn
her degree in June 2013. Heling
previously earned technical diplo-
mas in desktop publishing and of-
fice management from Lakeshore
Technical College. In 2010 she
joined the LTC graphics and web
advisory committee and will serve
as the assistant PR/marketing chair
for WIMI in the coming year.
Breanna Weber was the second
scholarship recipient. Weber is a
freelance photographer whose
business is Breanna Rae Photogra-
phy and specializes in pet photos;
she is also an instructor for Ele-
mentastic. Weber is pursuing a de-
gree in graphics and web design at
Lakeshore Technical College. She
serves on the board of directors for
Hyper Tails Agility Club and
volunteers weekly at the
Sheboygan County Humane
Society. Weber aspires to
one day own a graphics web
design business and photog-
raphy studio.
The June meeting
marked the end of the fiscal
year for WIMI so outgoing
board members were recognized.
They included: Jane Brill of Pine
Haven Christian Communities,
Past President Wendy Peters of
Kohler Credit Union, President
Mary Ryan of Community Bank &
Trust, Vice President and Pro-
grams Chair Deb Valenstein of
BMO/Harris Bank, Treasurer Janet
Foss of Community Bank & Trust,
Secretary Maureen Anderson of
Zimmermann Printing, Awards
Chair Sue Kieffer of Ad Associ-
ates, Marketing and Publicity
Chair Anne Harrington of Kohler
Credit Union, Membership Chair
Pam Greger of Canada Drug Serv-
ice of Sheboygan, Assistant Mem-
bership Chair Laura Gumm of
Alliant Energy, Social Events
Chair Jennifer Weber of ACUITY,
Web and Newsletter Chairs
WIMI is a networking group
for area business women who are
managers, aspiring managers,
business professionals, and busi-
ness owners. The group has 102
members and growing and meets
on the third Wednesday of each
month, from noon to 1:30 p.m.
For more information about
Women in Management, Inc. con-
tact Pam Greger at 920-980-5090
or rsvpwim@gmail.com
Wendy Peters (WIMI President), Breanna Weber, Maureen
Anderson, (WIMI Awards Chair), and Jennifer Heling.
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM AUGUST 1, 2012
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KOHLER VILLAGER 15
Centennial Celebration
The Village of Kohler Centennial Celebra-
tion kicks off on Friday, August 3
rd
with a
concert by Skyhouse in Ravine Park. The
concert will be held from 7:30 11:00 pm
with fireworks during intermission. Con-
cessions will be available for purchase
starting at 6:30.
The festivities continue on Saturday, Au-
gust 4
th
beginning with a parade at 11:30
a.m. The parade will begin at the intersec-
tion of Highland Drive and School Street,
continue to Valley Road and end at Lost
Woods Park. Some of the parade partici-
pants include: the UW-Wisconsin March-
ing Band, Milwaukee Brewers Baseball
Clubs Famous Racing Sausages TM, mili-
tary color guard, dignitaries, floats, and
more.
Also on August 4
th
there will be a commu-
nity picnic at Lost Woods Park from 1:00
4:00 pm. You can bring your own picnic
basket or purchase offerings provided by
KPAL.
Its not too late to get your copy of the
Kohler Village Remembers book. Books
will be available for purchase at the picnic
or at Village Hall. If you already ordered a
book, you can pick them up at the picnic or
after August 6
th
at Village Hall.
Visit centennial.kohlervillage.com for up-
dates.
Village Meetings Scheduled for August
8/1 Library Noon (at
library)
8/6 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
8/6 Property Committee 5:00 pm
8/13 Village Board 5:30 pm
8/27 Recreation Committee 4:45 pm
8/23 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
indicated.
From Clerk/Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Election Partisan Primary Tuesday,
August 14
The Partisan Primary will be held Tuesday,
August 14. The polling place is located in
the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Vil-
lage Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be
open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. For more
information about voter registration, ab-
sentee voting and upcoming elections, con-
tact the Clerk-Treasurers office at
920-459-3873. A sample ballot is available
for viewing on the Sheboygan County
website, www.co.sheboygan.wi.us. For
more information about Wisconsins voter
registration system and election proce-
dures, contact the Wisconsin State Elec-
tions Board at 1-866-VOTEWIS
(868-3947) or seb@seb.state.wi.us, or see
their website at http://elections.wi.gov.
Summer Hours
The Clerk/Treasurers Office will have
summer hours May 25 August 31. The
office will be open:
Monday Thursday 7:30am 4:00pm and
Friday 7:30am 12:00 noon.
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
2012 US Womens Open: I hope that
everyone in the Village had a chance to see
the USWO up close and to appreciate the
benefits of living in Kohler during these
types of events. The plans that the Kohler
Police Department helped put into place
hopefully made the tournament have mini-
mum impact on your day to day lives too. I
was at the event from beginning to end
every day and then some. I only heard pos-
itive comments from the residents, even
those that lived on the south side. If you
have any constructive criticism, I welcome
that for future planning purposes.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
HOLIDAY GARBAGE PICK-UP:
When a holiday falls on a Monday all
garbage pick-ups will be one day later
than scheduled. Garbage & recycling
will be picked up after the Labor Day
Holiday on Wednesday September 5,
2012.
NOXIOUS WEEDS/GRASS LENGTH:
According to Village Ordinance 8.24, it is
the duty of every homeowner to destroy all
noxious weeds on their property before
they go to seed. Examples of noxious
weeds are Canadian thistle, English char-
lock, wild mustard, creeping jenny, goats-
beard and cotton-bearing trees. Also, grass
that exceeds nine inches in height is in vio-
lation of this ordinance. The Village gives
a five-day notice to the homeowner to
mow their grass. Otherwise, the Village
will do it at the expense of the homeowner.
RECYCLING: As a reminder, all plastics,
glass, aluminum and tin cans should be
mixed together and placed in your recy-
cling bin or a blue bag. Newspapers and
magazines should be placed in a brown
paper bag or bundled and tied together.
Cardboard should be flattened and cut into
3 x 3 pieces. If you have any questions
regarding recycling please contact the De-
partment of Public Works at 459-3881.
GARAGE SALE SIGNS: One temporary
garage sale or for sale sign shall be
permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs lo-
cated on public property will be removed
by the Public Works or Police Department.
FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING AND
WATER VALVE EXERCISING: During
the months of August and September, the
Village Public Works Department will be
exercising water valves. The Department
will also be performing maintenance on
fire hydrants and flushing the mains. The
work will be performed Monday through
Thursday. Residents should be aware that
there will be periods of cloudy and discol-
ored water as sediment and mineral de-
posits in the water-mains are disturbed.
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT: The
Village has a Stormwater permit with the
DNR. Part of the permit requirement is
public education. The following is what
you can do to keep the Sheboygan River
healthy.
Practice river-friendly lawn care by
minimizing use of lawn chemicals.
Test your lawns soil to avoid over ap-
plying fertilizer. Test kits are available
at the Sheboygan County UW-Exten-
sion office.
Direct downspouts to your lawn, rain
garden or rain barrel, away from pave-
ment.
Clean up litter and pet waste regularly.
Keep your car tuned-up to reduce toxic
leaks.
Wash your car at a car wash facility, or
at home on your lawn, rather than your
driveway or street.
Minimize the miles you drive: carpool,
walk or bike instead.
Dispose of household hazardous waste
(paint, drain oil, herbicides, cleaning so-
lutions, etc.) at Clean Sweep events.
Dispose of medicines, cosmetics, and
personal care products at pharmaceuti-
cal collection sites.
Do not pour anything into storm drains.
Actions taken by the Village Board dur-
ing their June 4 and 11 meetings:
Approved 2011 Village of Kohler Finan-
cial Statements.
Recommended the Non-Motorized trans-
portation project moves to the Property
Committee for a recommendation to
the Village Board by November 2012.
Re-appointed Scott Silvestri to Tourism
Promotion & Development Committee.
Approved Operators Licenses as re-
quested.
Approved Cigarette Licenses for the
American Club, Blackwolf Run, Inn on
Woodlake, Riverbend, Woodlake Mar-
ket, Olive N Ash & Qmart.
Approved Class A Beer license for
Qmart; Class A & B Beer & Liquor for
Kohler Co.; Class B Beer & Liquor for
Olive N Ash; Class B Beer & Liquor
for Chilis Grill & Bar; Class A Beer &
Liquor for Target.
Approved Temporary Class B beer li-
censes for Kohler Fire Department for
7/3, 7/4 & 8/3.
Approved April 2012 Revenue/Expense
Reports, bank reconciliation & journal
entries.
Approved electrical engineering proposal
from Muermann Engineering for Me-
morial Building panel boards and sepa-
ration of neutrals, cost $6,972.
Approved proposal from Fredericksen
Engineering for an amount not to ex-
ceed $2,500 for evaluation of the Me-
morial Building heating system.
Approved 2011 Compliance Maintenance
Annual Report.
Approved Laurie Lindows attendance at
the Academy for Civic & Public Affairs
7/23-7/26.
Approved the following requests for
Tourism Promotion & Development
Committee funds:
$60,000 2012 Kohler Food & Wine Ex-
perience
$11,000 Friday Fairway Festival at the
Shops as Woodlake
$25,000 NY Golf Mailer for
August/September
THE
VILLAGE VIEW
www.kohlervillage.org
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Brett Edgerle
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian PostJohn Renzelmann
Dietmar Wohlgemuth Jr.
Clerk-Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini
Aquatics Director
Jen Vallo
Librarian
Erin Coppersmith
AUGUST 1, 2012
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Summer Yoga Challenge
August
Yoga on the
This is a challenge for you to keep yoga
in your life during the summer. We are
setting a goal for everyone to do 52
days of yoga over the 92 days of sum-
mer; June 1 - August 31. We under-
stand this goal may be a bit intimidating,
but with the support of the community
you will evolve and transform. Come
into a powerful yoga practice this sum-
mer. If you practice three times a week,
this is less than $5 per class!!! Super
hot deal! Get a summer of yoga for
$150, thats a savings of $147!
920-453-2817
Exhibit: Ron Isaacs: Keeping
August 1 October 7, 2012
ARTspace A Gallery of the
artist Ron Isaacs creates elegant works
of art that, at first glance, appear to be
assemblages of vintage garments, natu-
ral forms, and/or daily life objects. A
master of trompe loeil, Isaacs composi-
tions are actually constructed of numer-
ous pieces of Finnish birch wood, which
are then deftly painted in acrylic to
mimic a variety of materials.
920-452-8602
Heading off to school?
August 1-31
Trader
Shop our collection of officially licensed
WI Badger apparel! For a limited time,
receive 20% off mens and womens WI
Badger tees and hoodies.
920-451-2113
The Modern Shaman Workshop
August 4, 8am-Noon
Intentions
$95 per person.
Learn what Shamanism is and how the
modern Shaman releases "old beliefs"
and allows a new vibration in. You will
be given practical suggestions to help
you live as an "energy being" having a
human experience rather than the other
way around. You will learn techniques to
heal yourself and others and create
what you want by vibrating at a higher
frequency. This class emphasizes not
the shaman's physical tools but focuses
on the core essence of what it is to be a
shaman. Certificate of Completion.
920-457-9543
Reiki Seminar
August 4, 1-2:30pm, Free
Intentions
Learn about this healing energy at our
free monthly seminar. Reiki Master-
Teacher John M. Oestreicher explains
levels of training, how Reiki is used in
hospitals around the World, what to ex-
pect during a session and hosts infor-
mal Q&A.
920-457-9543
Taste of Tuesday
August 7, 6-7:30pm, $10
Woodlake Market
Join us as Johnson Brothers presents
Divining Rod Chardonnay and Cabernet
Sauvignon from Marc Mondavi as well
as The Count red blend. We will then
finish with the Salvatore Moscato Rose!
Preregistration is required.
920-457-6570
Heal Your Life - Group Reiki Session
Tuesdays, August 7, 14, 21 & 28, 4pm-
5pm, $20 per person
Intentions
UW instructor and Reiki Master/Teacher
John Oestreicher offers a group Reiki
Healing Session. This service provides
a powerful session that promotes heal-
ing; is affordable and has the ability to
help many people at the same time. Any
size group can benefit, from two people
to one hundred. This session is de-
signed to encourage healing for any
moderate to severe health issues in-
cluding cancer and fibromyalgia.
920-946-0363
Healthy Sleep Workshop
August 11, 10:30am-Noon, $60 per per-
son, or bring a friend for just $50 each
Intentions
Relaxation expert John M. Oestreicher
will teach you how to fall asleep easily
and quickly. Learn to sleep soundly and
release the minds endless chatter to
have a restful night. Practical applica-
tions will be given to develop a calm
and peaceful mind.
920-457-9543
End of Season Plant
August 13-31
Kohler Gardener
30-50% off select outdoor plants (while
supplies last).
920-458-5570
The Open Air Classic - Celebrating
Twenty Topless !
August 18, 3:30-5pm
The Shops at Woodlake
You are invited to view the cars and talk
with the drivers when approximately 200
convertibles include a stop at The
Shops at Woodlake during their 2012
tour. The cars include great models
from the 60s and 70s such as Mus-
tangs, Firebirds, and Camaros and ex-
otics such as Ferraris, Alphas, Audis,
Porches and BMWs.
Please call 920-459-1713 for more in-
formation or visit OpenAirTours.com
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND
CLASSES
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444.
Tiny Tot Mini Camps: August 1 & 21,
9-10:30am
Line Dancing: August 8, 6:45-8:15pm
Kids Night Out: August 10, 5-9pm
Practice Dance Party: August 22,
6:45-8:45pm
Kids Zumba: August 24, 4-4:40pm
Sports Core Special Offers
Take 5 Caf: Enjoy 20% off any Panini,
August 1-31
Pro Shop: The Pro Shop is celebrating
in August with its BLOWOUT SALE!
Shoppers are welcome to take advan-
tage of merchandise savings up to 80%.
August 13 19
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
New for Summer! Lavender
Parfait Pedicure
Your toes will be flip flop fab-
ulous with the new Kohler Waters
Spa summer pedicure featuring
products from Farmhouse Fresh.
Your feet are submerged in a
dreamy nectar milk foot soak fol-
lowed by a honey-lavender sea
salt scrub to smooth and soften
the soles of the feet. Enjoy a foot
and leg massage with lavender-
mint julep fluffy bunny cream
followed by a honey heel glaze
mask. Served with a Crme Fresh
Ganache from Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolates. Your feet and
toes will be like a summer breeze
floating out the door. 50 minute
service. Call 800-344-2838 for
reservations.
Visit KohlerWatersSpa.com for
more information.
A Champagne Shower in Kohler
The heat was on as the
U.S. Womens Open
returned to Blackwolf
Run on July 2-8. The
temperature was
considerably higher than
the scores and the
competition was heated as
the worlds top women
golfers contended for the
coveted trophy. Koreas
Na Yeon Choi was
crowned champion as she
enjoyed a solid lead
coming into the
tournaments final round.
On the final hole Choi
was showered with
champagne after sinking
her last putt. Kohler is
known for its experiential
bathing and showering
products but Choi will
truly remember her
experience that ended
with an outrageous on-
course champagne
shower. Golf fans can
play where the pros do...
special Kohler golf
packages available
through October. Visit
www.AmericanClub.com
for more information on
golf packages.
Need a Favor?
The Kohler chocolatiers are
doing brides a favor by introduc-
ing a new favor-sized packaging
that showcase their handmade de-
lectable KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolates. Perfect for
any wedding style and any bridal
budget starting at $3.60, these
wedding favors are a grand ges-
ture for wedding guests. Options
include The Perfect Package, A
Delightful Favor and A Grander
Gesture. Featured KOHLER
Chocolates include the Garden
Ganache creamy colorful
chocolates that are beyond com-
pare and the Terrapins, Kohlers
unique take on a traditional turtle.
A gracious gesture. A definitive
chocolate experience. Experience
Kohler Chocolates online. For
more information call the
Craverie at 920-208-4933 or visit
www.KohlerChocolates.com.
Golf Escape
June 1 through September 30,
2012, Sunday through Thursday.
One night and one 18-hole round
of golf per person on Straits
course at Whistling Straits and on
Meadow Valleys course at Black-
wolf Run plus one golf lesson.
From $773
Golf Kohler
April 20 through October 31,
2012. Two nights and three 18-
hole rounds of golf per person,
one round each on Straits at
Whistling Straits, River at Black-
wolf Run, and choice of one
round on Irish at Whistling Straits
or Meadow Valleys at Blackwolf
Run. Complimentary golf lessons
included.
From $1,123
Dye-abolical
April 20 through October 31,
2012. Three nights and four 18-
hole rounds of golf per person,
one round each on Straits and
Irish courses at Whistling Straits
and River and Meadow Valleys
courses at Blackwolf Run.
From $1,138