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Volume 8, Number 5
OCTOBER 1, 2012
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Food. Wine. Fun.
It’s that time of year again... A
weekend dedicated to celebrating
food and drink in the Village of
Kohler!
The 12th Annual Kohler Food &
Wine Experience takes place Octo-
ber 18-21 at The American Club
Resort in Kohler, where the best
local and national chefs, restaura-
teurs, and wine, beer and spirit ex-
perts from around the world have
been invited to showcase their im-
peccable talents.
Educational demonstrations
paired with the best food and wine
the world has to offer highlight the
weekend, as award-winning chefs
headline the Stella Artois Main
Stage and the weekend’s signature
events. This year’s celebrity chef
lineup includes Food Network Star
Anne Burrell; America’s Test
Kitchen host and author Christopher
Kimball; host of Lidia’s Italy and
best-selling author Lidia Bastianich;
and Chicago ’s Tony Mantuano,
owner and head chef of Spiaggia.
A larger selection of cocktail
seminars will be also offered this
year, and The Kitchens of Kohler
are expanding the popular wine din-
ners on Saturday evening.
Many complimentary events
will take place throughout the four-
day weekend including food and
wine samplings, book signings,
trunk shows and more. In addition
the Kohler Design Center will host
free cooking demos throughout the
weekend. With a wide-array of sem-
inars and activities, this year’s event
will be the ultimate experience for
lovers of food, wine and fun.
See page 12 for more details and
ticket purchasing information.
All Hands on the Cheese Deck!
– All Photos courtesy of Kohler Co.
America’s Test Kitchen host and author
Christopher Kimball
Food Network Star Anne Burrell
Host of Lidia’s Italy and best-selling author Lidia Bastianich
Owner and head chef of Spiaggia,
Tony Mantuano
Submitted by Kohler School
Foundation
Kohler School Foundation’s
Fall Follies is great fun! The
evening includes silent and live
auctions as well as dinner and
dancing. The event is a commu-
nity-wide effort and a great way to
support the school. Fall Follies is
scheduled for Saturday, October
13, 2012, in the Grand Hall at
American Club.
Since 2007, the event has
helped to raise more than one-
quarter million dollars that have
directly supported the Kohler
School Foundation’s annual fund
and Student Scholarships. The An-
nual Fund provides for items not
otherwise funded by the school
budget. To date, funding has pro-
vided many technology related en-
hancements including the recent
mobile iPad labs (which include
thirty units), construction of the
Distance Learning Center, over-
head projection units for each
classroom, and a mobile laptop
lab. The Annual Fund has also
reached beyond technology and
into the intangible aspects of de-
veloping the whole student
through Challenge Day and other
leadership development initiatives
for the Middle and High School.
With this year’s theme, Coun-
try Club at the American Club,
guests are encouraged to dress in
spirited, yet CASUAL attire and
costumes that promote the “coun-
try club” theme. We are most ap-
preciative to this year’s sponsors
who have stepped up early in sup-
port of the event. This year’s Din-
ner Sponsors, Sheboygan Chevro-
let and Torke Coffee present a
scrumptious, yet casual buffet pre-
pared by the American Club. Pre-
vea Health will promote cheer and
preserve memories of the evening
through its beverage and “photo-
op” sponsorship. Plastics Engi-
neering Corp. has agreed to
sponsor the entertainment from A-
List DJ Suga Ray. Larry’s Distrib-
uting, the dessert sponsor, will
allow all guests to top off the
evening with sweets and treats.
Additional sponsorship has been
provided by Jeff and Tania
Twohig.
Special items that will be on the
auction block this year are club
seating for the Green Bay Packers
(six), multiple and unique dinner
parties, a trip for two to Kiawah Is-
land to enjoy golf at the Ocean
Course and stay at the Forbes five-
star Sanctuary Resort, Brewers
tickets, Six great tickets to the
Keep October
13 open for
Fall Follies!
Continued on page 5
Submitted photo
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Cassy Tully Creates Original Artwork
for Kohler Food & Wine Experience
To celebrate the festivity and excitement of the 12th Annual
Kohler Food & Wine Experience, Cassy Tully has created an
original painting, reproduced as the Event Poster for the
four-day festival, which will take place October 18-21
throughout The American Club Resort in Kohler, Wisconsin.
The Kohler Food & Wine Experience original painting is available exclusively at
The American Club – Emporium. Elegantly framed for $275, Event Posters are
also available at the American Club - Emporium, as well as in the demonstration
kitchen bookstore during the Kohler Food & Wine Experience. Unframed posters
are $25 each, which includes personalization. Please visit Cassy’s website at
www.cassytully.com to learn more about Cassy's event availability.
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Spirit of Kohler Food & Wine
Experience 2012 celebrated by
Cassy Tully Artwork
Kohler, WI. September, 2012–To
celebrate the festivity and excite-
ment of the 12th Annual Kohler
Food & Wine Experience, Cassy
Tully has created an original paint-
ing, reproduced as the event poster
for the four-day festival. The an-
nual event brings more than 8,000
culinary enthusiasts to the Village
of Kohler to enjoy celebrity chefs,
restaurateurs and wine, beer &
spirit sessions. Taking place Octo-
ber 18-21, throughout The Ameri-
can Club Resort in Kohler, Wis.,
Cassy’s work will capture the
essence of this Five-Star epicurean
event.
Cassy’s painting features a gar-
net splash of wine, falling into the
crystal sparkle of a glass, set
against the luxurious backdrop of
The American Club, a skillful
blending of mood and
elegance. Using her sig-
nature relief style, Cassy
captures the spirit of the
acclaimed event that
brings together the best
nationally-renowned
chefs and regional
restaurateurs of the culi-
nary world.
“It was inspiring to
creatively capture the event that
brings together the very best the
culinary world has to offer,” Cassy
said. “To me, the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience artwork evokes
cherished memories for guests of
The American Club, who have en-
joyed its legendary fine dining and
exquisite splendor.”
The original painting is avail-
able exclusively at The American
Club – Emporium; event
posters are available
there, as well as in the
demonstration kitchen
bookstore anytime dur-
ing the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience. For
$275, the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience poster
is available with artist’s
signature. Framed in so-
phisticated ebony with subtle vine
embellishments, the piece is fin-
ished in hunter green and crimson
linen matting. Unframed posters
are $25 each, which includes per-
sonalization; please visit Cassy’s
website at www.cassytully.com to
learn more about her event avail-
ability for this unique opportunity.
At the ultimate event, the Feast
of Talent, held on Saturday, Octo-
6510 Superior Ave, Kohler
Highland Dr (Co Rd. Y) north, then
west on Co Rd O (Superior)
920‐467‐2031
Owners, Gail & John Behrens II
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20% Off remaining Perennials
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20% Off all Cement Fountains & Ceramic Birdbaths
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Come see our outstanding Mums priced at $4.85 ea.
Huge selection of trees, shrubs, annuals, hanging baskets, perennials,
aquatic plants, vegetable plants, and organic supplies. We also have
top soil, mulch and garden compost.
ber 20, Cassy will host a showing
of her original event painting and
other Kohler-inspired artwork.
“The Feast of Talent is truly the
culinary experience of a lifetime!”
Cassy said. “To share the evening
with celebrity chefs and guests
who have the level of passion for
food that I have for painting is in-
spirational. I’m proud to showcase
the Kohler Food & Wine Experi-
ence artwork in such an exclusive
setting.”
Cassy’s original painting com-
memorating the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience is an extension of
The American Club – Classic Col-
lection, featuring six paintings for
sale, all highlighting a breathtaking
moment found only at the resort.
Grand Arrival features a lush shim-
mer of textural foliage that height-
ens the drama as visitors travel the
sweeping drive leading to The
American Club’s iconic canopy.
Horse & Carriage creates a
mood of timeless simplicity, guests
embarking on a treasured ride
through the Village. Classic is the
resort’s façade, lit by a wash of
clear blue above a landscape of
raspberry and green tones. Garden
Dance, Wedding Gazebo and
Dancing Lady feature The Ameri-
can Club’s intimate courtyard set-
ting, European feel evident in
subtle surprises that delight. Here,
Cassy shares the romance, style
and beauty of a wedding at The
American Club.
Cassy’s complete collection of
Kohler-inspired paintings, col-
lectible artist’s edition prints, post-
cards and boxed note cards can be
found online at cassytully.com,
The American Club – Emporium
Gift shop, and online at
KohlerAtHome.com
Tickets are available now for
the 12th annual Kohler Food &
Wine Experience: October 18 – 21,
2012, The Village of Kohler,
KohlerFoodandWine.net,
800-344-2838
For additional information and
to purchase Cassy’s art at The Em-
porium, contact: Valerie A. Bauer,
Senior Retail Manager, Emporium
Gift Shop & The American Club
gift amenity services; 419 High-
land Drive, Kohler, WI 53044
920-457-8000 Ext: 55068
Emporium Ext: 55035
valerie.bauer@kohler.com
Artist contact: Cassy Tully – Fine
Art, 607A Eastern Avenue, Ply-
mouth, WI 53073. 920-698-6201
info@cassytully.com
cassytully.com
Open Monday – Friday: 10 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cassy Tully
Submitted photo
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Back in the
spring, when the
grill went viral
after getting men-
tion on the MLB
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show, as well as on the websites for
Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports
and other sports related blogs,
kohlervillager.com received more
than 25,000 visits in just one week!
That’s normally about the number
of visits the site averages in a year.
Links to those sports sites can be
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More publicity for Kohler HS
Engineering Club’s grill
After the Kohler High School
Engineering Club’s Miller Park
replica grill received a flood of
publicity on major sports networks
in the spring, it took a summer hia-
tus, coming out only a couple of
times for minor local stints. The
grill was on display in early July at
The Shops at Woodlake during a
community event held in conjunc-
tion with the U.S. Women’s Open.
In early August, it participated in
the Village of Kohler’s Centennial
parade, where it was appropriately
accompanied by the Milwaukee
Brewers sausage mascots. Now,
the famous grill of Kohler High
can be seen in the September, 2012
issue of The FABRICATOR mag-
azine. (Visit kohlervillager.com for
link to online version of article).
The FABRICATOR magazine
is the publication arm of the Fabri-
cators & Manufacturers Associa-
tion Intl.® in Rockford, Ill,
according to contributing editor,
Amanda Carlson. Its website says
the magazine has a potential read-
ing audience of more than 119,000.
Carlson said the editor-in-chief
of The FABRICATOR forwarded
her a link to a story about the grill
in The Kohler Villager, and they
both agreed that the story would be
perfect for their Back Page feature.
“The Back Page typically focuses
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Offers are still being accepted.
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parties may contact Kohler High
School Industrial Arts instructor
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KOHLER
SCHOOL
FOUNDATION
THE ANNUAL KOHLER
FALL FOLLIES
COUNTRY CLUB
AT THE AMERICAN CLUB
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2012
6:30 to 11 o’clock in the evening
AUCTIONS
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DANCING
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Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest game
– complete with Stadium parking,
a Shop and Spa package for four
at Destination Kohler, and much,
much more.
“Fall Follies has always been a
community building event and this
year is no exception. Through the
generous contributions of local
businesses, excited families, en-
gaged faculty, and creative stu-
dents, the Foundation continues to
gain momentum,” says Fall Follies
co-chair, Heather Torke. “It is re-
warding not only be a part of the
event, but also part of the excite-
ment it generates around the com-
munity. With even more
businesses so closely involved,
reservations are on pace at a
record setting rate.”
This year, a 50/50 raffle will
take place the night of the event.
Raffle tickets are available for pre-
purchase at $20/piece or $100 for
six tickets. To enter, contact the
Foundation at kohlerschoolfoun-
dation@gmail.com to make
arrangements for your ticket pur-
chases. It’s a great way to continue
your support of the Foundation,
yet still take a chance to win cash!
Can’t be there? Get a personal
shopper! ANYONE may bid on
items and contribute to our stu-
dents’ academic experience. Sim-
ply go to the website and follow
the instructions or email kohler-
schoolfoundation@gmail.com
with your name, item description,
and your maximum bid amount.
Your personal shopper will bid as
you would that night. If you win,
the Foundation will notify you and
Fall Follies, continued from page 1
send you a bill for your purchase.
DJ Suga Ray is coming all the way
from New York City to headline the
entertainment. You won’t want to
miss this event! Go to
kohlerschoofoundation.org to re-
serve your seats today.
More than 50 turn out
in Kohler to “Make A
Break For Man’s Best
Friend”
More than 50 people turned
out on September 15 for the Make
A Break For Man’s Best Friend
fundraiser organized by Kohler
middle schoolers Grace Nugent
and Kaleigh Roeder.
The girls, who were able to
raise $630 for the Sheboygan
County Humane Society, wish to
thank everyone who donated.
Submitted photos
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Sheboygan, Wis. – September 18,
2012 – The 3rd annual Sheboygan
Children’s Book Festival—Wis-
consin’s only free, public chil-
dren’s book festival—welcomes
national and local authors and il-
lustrators to this year’s celebration
of books for children and young
adults. The public is invited to this
annual three-day festival to enjoy
author talks and readings, art-mak-
ing with award-winning illustra-
tors, workshops, book signings, a
film screening, and more.
The theme of this year’s chil-
dren’s book festival is family, a
theme that dovetails with the open-
ing of the family-themed series of
exhibitions at the Kohler Arts Cen-
ter. Many invited authors and illus-
trators will speak about how
family has influenced their work,
including picture book authors and
illustrators Nina Crews (The
Neighborhood Mother Goose),
whose parents are the renowned
authors and illustrators Donald
Crews (Freight Train) and Ann
Jonas (The Quilt) and Edward
Hemingway (Bad Apple: A Tale of
Friendship), who is the grandson
of literary icon Ernest Hemingway.
New this year, the Sheboygan
Children’s Book Festival will host
a screening of the 90-Second New-
bery Film Festival. Originated by
author James Kennedy, the 90-
Second Newbery Film Festival
features kid-created videos that
condense the entire plot of any
Newbery Award book into a video
of 90 seconds or less.
The Sheboygan Children’s
Book Festival takes place Friday,
October 12 from 4pm – 7pm, Sat-
urday, October 15 from 9:30am –
5:00pm and Sunday, October 16
from 10:30am – 3pm at three She-
boygan locations: Mead Public Li-
brary, John Michael Kohler Arts
Center, and Bookworm Gardens.
Festival Highlights
Friday, October 12
The festival kicks off with author
and illustrator visits to area
schools. After school, author and
illustrator Steven Kellogg (Is Your
Mama a Llama?, Pinkerton, Be-
have!) will autograph books at
Bookworm Gardens. Mr. Kellogg
is the acclaimed creator of more
than a hundred picture books and
the recipient of the prestigious
Regina Medal for his lifetime con-
tribution to children’s literature.
Friday evening, the 90-Second
Newbery Film Festival screening
at the Kohler Arts Center will be
hosted by the film festival’s origi-
nator, author James Kennedy (The
Order of Odd Fish) and his side-
kick for the evening, author/illus-
trator Dan Yaccarino (Trashy
Town, Five Little Pumpkins.)
Saturday, October 13
Steven Kellogg, Dan Yaccarino,
Nina Crews, Sarah Weeks, James
Kennedy, Liz Garton Scanlon, Ed-
ward Hemingway, Brian Lies,
W.H. Beck, Jacqueline Houtman
and teen authors Ilsa J. Bick, Lisa
Albert, and Julie Halpern take part
in author talks, illustrator open stu-
dios, readings, and book signings
at Mead Public Library, the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center, and
Bookworm Gardens.
Other Saturday highlights are
art-making sessions with illustra-
tors Dan Yaccarino and Nina
Crews, and a conversation about
family dynamics in novels for chil-
dren and teens, moderated by
Mitch Teich, Executive Producer
for Milwaukee Public Radio
WUWM and featuring authors
Sarah Weeks, Jacqueline Hout-
man, Ilsa J. Bick, Julie Halpern
and Lisa Albert.
Sunday, October 14
Matthew Cordell, Liz Garton
Scanlon, Edward Hemingway,
Lisa Albert, Rebecca Williams
Spindler and Madelyn Spindler
take part in author talks, illustrator
open studios, workshops and book
signings at Mead Public Library,
the John Michael Kohler Arts Cen-
ter, and Bookworm Gardens.
Other Sunday highlights are a
poetry workshop with Liz Garton
Scanlon, a writing workshop for
teens and adults with Lisa Albert,
and a writing workshop for kids
with mother-daughter writing team
Rebecca Williams Spindler and
Madelyn Spindler, and art-making
sessions with illustrators Matthew
Cordell and Edward Hemingway.
Authors and illustrators will
sign books after their presentations
and festival bookseller Apple
Blossom Books (Oshkosh) will
donate a portion of book sale pro-
ceeds to benefit the Sheboygan
Children’s Book Festival.
The Sheboygan Children’s
Book Festival is a part of the She-
boygan Shindig, an amazing arts
extravaganza for all ages featuring
an impressive lineup of visual, lit-
erary, performing, and horticul-
tural arts that takes place at
Bookworm Gardens, Mead Public
Library, and the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center.
A complete schedule of times
and locations of events and author
Sheboygan Children’s Book
Festival welcomes national and
local authors and illustrators
Sue Breitbach Fenn Agency
3626 Erie Ave.
ONE BLOCK PAST KOHL'S
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Bus: (920) 457-1950
Schedule your child’s appointment at 452-KIDS.
Want your kids to adore their denƟst?
You can’t catch me, Mom!
I’m staying at Dr. George’s office!
BULLARD CHILDREN’ S DENTI STRY
In the purple building across from Marcus Cinemas
3304 Wilgus Avenue / Sheboygan, WI 53081
920-452-KIDS (5437) / www.bullardsmiles.com / Like us on
and illustrator appearances is
available on the children’s book
festival website at www.Sheboy-
ganChildrensBookFestival.org.
For more information about the
Sheboygan Children’s Book Festi-
val, call Mead Public Library at
920-459-3400, ext. 3404.
About Sheboygan Children’s
Book Festival
The Sheboygan Children’s Book
Festival is presented by commu-
nity members and these local or-
ganizations who believe in the
transformative power of reading
and the literary and visual arts:
Mead Public Library, John
Michael Kohler Arts Center, the
Eastern Shores Library System,
the Sheboygan Area and Kohler
school districts, University of Wis-
consin-Sheboygan, and Book-
worm Gardens.
The Sheboygan Children’s
Book Festival is funded in part by
the Kohler Foundation, Inc., the
Bemis Family Foundation, the
Garton Family Foundation, the
Mead Public Library Foundation,
Alliant Energy Foundation, Target,
Ann Schroeder in Memory of
Olivia Anderson, and the Ply-
mouth Library Foundation. In-
kind support is provided by
Dynamic Inc., the Kohler Arts
Center, and the Family Resource
Center of Sheboygan County.
Apple Blossom Books, LLC will
donate a portion of book sale pro-
ceeds to support the book festival.
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NEW LISTING
720 Highland Terr., Sheboygan
3 BR NORTHEAST BRICK RANCH
Loads of updates •
Bright and cheery living room •
Formal dining with built-ins •
Full bath up and half bath in LL •
Great LL Rec Room with Gas stove •
Lower Level office area •
Must see – Put this one on your list! •
View this property at:
www.720HighlandTerrace.com
#3732 $124,900
Mike Daniels 946-0034
NEW PRICE
3640 Lakeshore Rd., Sheboygan
METICULOUSLY CARED FOR RANCH
5 Year old Ranch with 3 bedrooms •
Open concept floor plan •
Vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace •
Dining area with deck access •
Well planned kitchen with walk-in pantry •
Master suite walk-in closet & private bath •
First floor laundry, oversized deck •
Lower level ready to be finished •
View this property at:
www.3640LakeshoreRd.com
#3730 $169,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
NEW LISTING
2238 Fairfield Ln, Plymouth
COUNTRY FEELING WITHIN THE CITY
Spacious 3 Bedroom, 2-Story home with country flair •
Wide wrap around porch leads to entertainment sized deck •
Formal living/dining rooms w/stunning curved staircase •
Family Rm w/gas fireplace overlooks wooded back yard •
Almost 1 full acre lot provides a feeling of country but •
close to city amenities
Finished lower level features exercise room, office, and •
rec/game room
Private master suite has relaxing master bath •
View this property at: www.2238FairfieldLn.com
#3728 $299,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
NEW LISTING
4805 Dennwood Dr., Sheboygan
UNBELIEVABLE LAKE VIEWS
Contemporary home on Lake Michigan •
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, office & den •
Formal living and dining rooms •
First floor laundry, open concept •
Updated kitchen with granite counters •
Master suite w/lg walk-in closet & bath •
1.6 Acre lot professionally landscaped •
Stone patio, gazebo, stairway to beach •
3 Car garage with above guest quarters •
View this property at: www.4805DennwoodDr.com
#3731 $675,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
NEW LISTING
Lot 1 County Rd LS, Tn of Mosel
SPECTACULAR LAKE MICHIGAN VIEWS
3.75 Acre building site ideal for year round living •
Located just north of Whistling Straits Golf Course •
Lot consists of 2 parcels, suitable building site •
west of the road and a separate recreation area
sloping from the bluff to water’s edge.
#3737 $175,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
NEW LISTING
144 4
th
St., Sheboygan Falls
CHARMING AND ADORABLE
Walking distance to parks, shopping, restaurants •
3 Bedrooms, Master bedroom with double •
closets
Large living room for relaxing and entertaining •
Spacious eat-in kitchen with appliances •
Great sized yard with firepit and concrete patio •
2.5 Car garage, full basement with tons of •
storage
Must see and check out this fabulous home! •
#3738 $119,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
NEW LISTING
4023 Hazelnut Ct, Sheboygan
EXTRA SPECIAL MAPLEDALE CONDO
Convenient location in the “Villas at Mapledale” •
Like new condition, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths •
Upper level for privacy and quiet •
Super floor plan, great decorating •
All appliances included •
Patio doors to deck which gives natural light to unit •
In-unit utility, heating and central air •
Enjoy carefree, affordable living •
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.4023HazelnutCt.com
#3740 $132,900
Mike Daniels 946-0034
NEW LISITNG
141 Maple Dr., Plymouth
MODERN AND CHIC HOME
Style and flare went into the decorating •
Living room with gas fireplace, built-ins & wet bar •
Formal dining room, double staircase •
Kitchen with tiled counter space, double oven, •
Stainless steel appliances, nice walk-in pantry •
Dinette surrounded by windows •
4 Large bedrooms, walk-in closets •
Master BR with his/hers closets & vanities •
Lower level finished family room •
Composite deck, garden and spacious back yard •
#3742 $299,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
NEW LISTING
404 Park Ave., Sheboygan
CHARMING HISTORICAL CAPE COD
Many updates of today •
Beautiful updated kitchen with peninsula •
Large living room with wood floors •
Entertainment sized dining room •
First floor utility room •
First floor office and full bath •
All 3 bedrooms have new carpeting. •
All updated mechanicals and 2
nd
floor windows •
Private fenced-in backyard and deck •
One block from Vollrath Bowl •
#3743 $104,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
NEW LISTING
624 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER CAPE COD
Unending possibilities & great square footage •
4 Bedrooms and 4 bath areas •
Large living room, dinette with built-in cabinetry •
Kitchen with sold surface countertops •
Family room with built-in bookcases •
Lower level rec room and utility area •
Amazing play sized back yard and shed •
Superb location and lot •
#3744 $245,000
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
NEW PRICE
503 S Lincoln Dr., Howards Grove
WONDERFUL HOME –NUMEROUS UPDATES
3 Bedrooms, 2 full baths •
Beautiful living room with fireplace •
Cathedral ceilings, first floor laundry •
Great master with full bath, vanity and large closet •
Full kitchen with breakfast bar, dinette •
Lower level family room, rec room and office •
Patio doors to large deck and backyard shed •
Mature landscaping, 2.5 car garage •
#3727 $189,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
NEW LISTING
1111 Wood Ct., Town of Wilson
BEAUTIFUL NEW CONSTRUCTION
2012 Parade Home by Shoreland Builders •
Close to Terry Andre State Park •
Wooded lot with southern exposure •
Split 3 bedroom-open concept •
Trey and cathedral ceilings, ceramic tile •
3 panel solid doors, drop zone/laundry room •
Master suite tiled WI shower & whirlpool tub •
Entertaining sized kitchen with granite counters •
24x14 patio, located on a cul-de-sac •
#3733 $319,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
Kohler golfer
finishes summer
season strong
Kohler High School senior,
Logan Willis, finished the Wiscon-
sin PGA (WPGA) Junior Tour sea-
son with several top finishes.
Willis shot an 18-hole round of 73
at the final Junior Tour event of the
season. This score earned her a 9
stroke victory. Willis also finished
2nd and 1st, respectively in
the final two Player’s Tour
Events of the season.
The Player’s Tour is an
invite only tour run by the
WPGA that features top
junior and collegiate golfers
under the age of 20.
Player’s Tour events are
typically played on longer,
more challenging course
set-ups than regular Junior
Tour events. In the penul-
timate event at Strawberry
Creek Country Club, Willis
finished 2nd with an 18
hole score of 79, 3 shots be-
hind Kaylyn Markiewicz of
Milwaukee. In the final event at
Tuckaway Country Club, Willis
earned the victory with an 18-hole
score of 80. This was good enough
for a 4 shot victory over Butler
University sophomore, Isabella
Lambert.
LKC Football
Keeps Rolling
The LKC high school football
squad had a successful first three
games. They beat Kenosha Chris-
tian 48-28 in the season opener,
and went on to win the next two
games in convincing fashion. On
August 29, LKC took on the She-
boygan Falls JV team and defeated
them 21-8. On September 6 the
freshmen and sophomores played
Kettle Moraine Lutheran and won
48-13. Their record is now 3-0.
Though the varsity program
was cancelled this year due to an
insufficient number of upper class-
men, the program is improving ac-
cording to coach Matt Zavada. The
team has amassed 974 offensive
yards gained, and ten players have
scored points for the team with a
total of 17 touchdowns. They have
outscored their opponents 117-49.
The team has scored two special
teams touchdowns, and their
turnover ratio is a +6. Lastly, they
have gained 38 first downs com-
pared to their opponents 29.
“Even though this is JV football
this season, things are looking
bright for the future of this team.
Come on out and see for yourself,”
said Zavada.
Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction, which
also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Reiki
Member International Association of Reiki Professionals
920-457-9543
Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake
www.HandsOnHealingEnergy.com
Info@HandsOnHealingEnergy.com
= Scan for Low-Energy Areas of the Body
= Balance Energy Centers
= Why Low-Energy Has Developed
= Suggestions for Maintaining High-Energy
Hands on
Healing Energy
classes held at
UW-Sheboygan
“Holistic Living” (Formerly
Finding Balance & Well-Being)
A holistic approach to well-
being is essential. This class ex-
amines tools and techniques to
help you live a more relaxed, bal-
anced life. Each session includes
the overview of an approach, fol-
lowed by “hands on” experiences
and exercises you can do on your
own. Topics include: Visualiza-
tion, Chakras, Auras, Oracles,
Aromatherapy, Kinesiology, Crys-
tals, Gems, and Stones. Dates are
six Tuesday Evenings, October 9
thru November 13, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Fee: $65.00
Healthy Sleep Workshop
Relaxation expert John Oestre-
icher will teach you how to fall
asleep easily and quickly. Learn
to sleep soundly and release the
mind’s endless chatter to have a
restful night. Practical applica-
tions will be given to develop a
calm and peaceful mind. Dates:
Wednesday, November 7, 6:30 -
8:30 p.m. Fee to be determined.
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TRASH TO TREASURE
SALE
25th annual Trash to Treasure Sale, Saturday,
November 3rd, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 730 Cty Rd. PPP, Sheboygan Falls.
Rummage items, toys, jewelry, books, household,
holiday decorations & antiques. bake sale & brat fry.
CLASSIFIEDS
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
The October Seniors’ meeting will feature Mr. Bill Wangeman,
the “answer man” when it comes to what made the Sheboygan
area so great ....and how it grew up that way. Come and enjoy
this special speaker and program. 1:30 p.m., Monday October 1,
2012 at Village Hall.
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 Speakez’s 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.
HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES
Experienced, detail oriented housekeeper from She-
boygan is available to provide quality services in-
cluding house cleaning, dish washing, laundry, and
other housework that you may need done.
920-803-8907
Please leave a message
PAINTING AND STAINING
Interior and exterior homes. Can power wash and
seal or stain decks, paint metal doors and shutters.
Can repair or replace bad boards and do general
carpentry work. Free estimates. Very competitive
prices. Experienced. Len Hucke and Ed Thompson
467-8158
huckelen@charter.net
Local Mass
schedule
St. John Evangelist Catholic
Church, Kohler
600 Green Tree Road
Saturday: 5:30 pm &
Sunday: 9:00 am
Monday/Wednesday/
Friday: 7:00 am
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, Sheboygan Falls
319 Giddings Avenue
Saturday: 4:00 pm &
Sunday: 10:30 am
Tuesday/Thursday: 8:00 am
Wednesday: 1:00 pm School
Mass (during school year)
The
Kohler
Villager
Published the
1st and 15th
of each month
Contact Mary Struck:
920-331-4904
kohlervillager@charter.net
www.kohlervillager.com
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KOHLER PUBLIC
LIBRARY LOCATION:
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
Weather related closings will be
reported to TMJ4.
HOME ALONE CLASS
Tuesday October 23 and
Thursday October 25
3:25-5pm
The Kohler Public Library will
be sponsoring a Home Alone
Class for any child in 3
rd
through
5
th
grade. The purpose of the
class is to help children who are
home without an adult with:
Knowledge of safety concepts
Learn to use 911
What to say when a phone caller
asks for mom or dad
What to do if the lights go out
How to handle other small
emergencies
The class will consist of two ses-
sions, kids should attend both.
Please complete a registration
form (at library circulation
desk) and return it by October 5.
NOTICE TO ALL LIBRARY
COMPUTER USERS
It is the policy of the Kohler Pub-
lic Library that you need to have
your library card with you to log
onto the internet computers. Be-
ginning July 20, 2012 the East-
ern Shores Library system
implemented software to help us
manage our computers. This
software requires you to enter
your library card number and pin
number at the beginning of your
session. Please remember to
bring your card with you from
now on when you come to use a
computer.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
We are looking for long time vil-
lage residents to spend some
time sorting through old photo-
graphs. 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. Cro-
cheters welcome!
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 plan-
ning your next vacation! We
will make sure we have the lat-
est travel guides for your desti-
nation!
BOOKS
Non-Fiction
40 Days to Enlightened Eating
Elise Cantrell
Salty Snacks
Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible
How to Look Hot in a Mini-Van
Into the Fire: a firsthand ac-
count of the most extraordinary
battle in the Afghan War
Fiction
The Time Keeper Mitch Albom
Tiger’s Claw Dale Brown
Low Pressure Sandra Brown
The Tombs Clive Cussler
The Unfaithful Queen Carolly
Erickson
Winter of the World Ken Follett
Every Day David Levithan
Jane: the Woman Who Loved
Tarzan
The Lincoln Conspiracy Timo-
thy O’Brien
Zoo James Patterson
Delusion in Death JD Robb
NW Zadie Smith
Severe Clear Stuart Woods
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order
at 5:00 p.m. in the Kohler District Confer-
ence Room. Roll Call was taken by Diane
Kelly. The following board members were
present: Diane Kelly, Marlene Yang, Laura
Kohler and John Suralik. Jane Bishop was
absent.
Statement of Public Notice
August 10, 2012 @ 3:30 p.m.
Approval of Agenda
Marlene Yang moved to approve the
agenda. John Suralik 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. John Suralik seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Discussion Items
Review of the middle school schedule
Discussion of Paula Anderson's roles and
responsibilities and letter of employment
Discussion of Susan Jaberg's retirement
package
Discussion was held.
Diane Kelly moved to reconvene into open
session. John Suralik seconded. The
meeting reconvened into open session at
7:05 pm.
Persons Requesting to Address the
Members of the Board of Education
Carla Ross, of 922 Bayberry Lane, ex-
pressed her concerns regarding the spe-
cial education program.
Loan Nguyen, of 1025 Aspen Road, ex-
pressed her concerns regarding differenti-
ated instruction.
Board President's Report
Marlene and Jane participated in the
WASB conference in Madison. Monitoring
teacher effectiveness was the topic. Mar-
lene officially welcomed Quynh Trueblood
and wished her much success.
Superintendent's Report
Quynh reported that the registration
process was successful. There were no
accounting errors this year. Doug Bocchini
has held mandatory meetings for parents
of all athletes. PREVEA presented infor-
mation regarding concussion screening;
and Doug discussed the Bomber Pride
Code of Conduct, it’s mission and
parent/student responsibilities.
Review of District Finances
The 12-13 budget continues to be refined
with the recent release of state aid
amounts. Revenues continue to be ahead
of our expenditures. Insurance rates and
WRS rates need to be determined in order
to put finishing touches on budget. Poten-
tial staffing issues may add to the budget.
Consent Agenda
Approval of the July Regular Board meet-
ing minutes
Approval of the July 25 Special Board
meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Report of the Finance Personnel and Op-
erations Committee
Recommendation to hire William Zeininger
as a consultant to the Kohler School Dis-
trict
Recommendation to accept the resignation
of Jenna Gebauer
Recommendation to hire Pamela Salm as
the middle school science and English
teacher
Recommendation to reject Paula Ander-
son’s letter of resignation
Diane Kelly moved to approve the consent
agenda. John Suralik seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Accept the Ruth DeYoung Kohler Foun-
dation donation in the amount of
$25000
Diane Kelly moved to accept the donation
of $25,000 from the Ruth DeYoung Kohler
Foundation. John Suralik seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Recommendation to approve the retire-
ment package of Susan Jaberg
Diane Kelly moved to approve the retire-
ment package of Susan Jaberg. John
Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Adjournment
John moved to adjourn. Diane seconded.
All ayes. Meeting adjourned at 7:30 pm.
Important Future Dates
Monday, September 10--Regular Board
Meeting @ 7:00 pm Kohler Public Library
Kohler School Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
for August 13, 2012
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to
order at 6:00 pm. in the Kohler District
Conference Room. The following
board members were present: Mar-
lene Yang, Diane Kelly and John Sura-
lik. Jane Bishop and Laura Kohler
were absent.
Statement of Public Notice
August 24, 2012
Approval of Agenda
Diane Kelly moved to approve the
agenda. John Suralik seconded the
motion. All ayes.
Action/discussion items
Recommendation to accept the resig-
nation of Jane Bishop, school board
president
Diane Kelly moved to respectfully ac-
cept the resignation of Jane Bishop .
John Suralik seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Adjournment
Diane Kelly moved to adjourn. John
Suralik seconded. All ayes. Meeting
adjourned at 6:30 pm.
Kohler School
Board of
Education Regular
Meeting Minutes
August 27, 2012
Prepared FromScratch
Contains Pork
Whole Grain Item
Harvest of the Month
1 Mixed Fruit 2 3 Applesauce 4 5
8 Chilled Pears 9 10 Pineapple Tidbits 11 12 Orange Juice
15 Mixed Fruit 16 17 Peaches 18 19
22 23 24 Pineapple Tidbits 25 26
Elementary $2.95
Secondary $3.25
Additional Milk $0.40
Adult $3.25
29 30 Peaches 31 Apple Slices
with Ketchup and Mustard
Made to Order Sub
Oven Roasted Turkey Soft Shell Taco w/ Salsa
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy / Roll
Taco Bar
Chicken Caesar Wrap
Local Apple ~ Peaches
Orange Wedges ~ Applesauce
Apple ~ Pineapple Tidbits
Pinto Beans
Cherry Tomatoes
Green Grapes
Grilled Cheese Sandwich Chicken Quesadilla
Cucumbers
Calzini Gourmet Salad Bar
Baked Potato Bar
Breakfast Bake
with Pumpkin Apple Muffin
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Glazed Carrots
Fresh Spinach
Taco Bar
Melon ~ Mandarin Oranges Local Apple ~ Peaches
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Jambalaya
OCTOBER FEATURES…
National School Lunch Week
October 15-19, 2012
National Take Your Parent
to Lunch Day
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
FOOD DAY
October 24, 2012
October is
National Farm to School Month
Kohler School District
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
LUNCH MENU
FRIDAY
Chicken Tenders with BBQ Sauce Meatloaf with Ketchup Hot Dog on WG Bun
Cheeseburger on WG Bun
Oven Roasted Potatoes
Red Peppers
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Pulled Pork on WG Bun
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Yogurt Pak
Red Peppers Spring Green Mix
Local Apple
Stromboli
Garden Vegetable Salad
Carrots Fresh Spinach
Crispy Chicken Salad
Steamed Broccoli
Chef-Manager Jeff Mallegni
Kohler School District
Mexican Corn
Chicken Pesto Panini
Turkey Ranch Wrap
Black Eyed Pea Salad
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Hot Dog Bar
Food Service, please contact
Chicken Salad Sliders
Broccoli Florets
Romaine Lettuce
Green Peppers
Banana
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Cherry Tomatoes
Cucumber
Radishes
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Red Peppers
Spring Green Mix
Fruit & Vegetable Bar Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Baby Carrots
with WG Garlic Toast
Tuscan Piegga
Honey Mustard HamWrap
Chicken Parmesan
Broccoli Florets
w/ WG Biscuit & Butter Blend
Bomber Grill Tailgater
Italian Sub Sandwich
Lentil Salad
Broccoli Florets
Radishes
Pasta Bar
Local Apple ~ Mixed Fruit
Pizza Bake
Green Peppers
Cravin Chicken Salad & Roll
Broccoli Florets
with Tomato Soup
Fruit & Vegetable Bar Fruit & Vegetable Bar
WG Breadstick
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Made to Order Sub
over Brown Rice
Green Beans Diced Butternut Squash
Radishes
Hamand Swiss on Wheat
Cherry Tomatoes
Cucumbers
Beef and Broccoli
with Marinara Sauce over WG Pasta
and Scrambled Eggs
Bean-a-Licious Salad
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Broccoli Florets
with Ketchup and Mustard
Turkey Club Wrap
Cucumber Ranch Salad
Diced Tomatoes
Jicama
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Chicken Caesar Wrap
Cheesebread
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Romaine Lettuce
Red Grapes ~ Apple Slices
Corn
Red Peppers
Turkey Sub on Whole Grain Roll
Romaine Lettuce Baby Carrots Baby Carrots
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Southwest Squash Bake
Radishes
Chicken Caesar Salad
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Green Grapes
Sweet Potato Fries
Risotto Bar
Red Peppers
Cherry Tomatoes
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Melon Slices
Banana
Green Peppers
Celery Sticks Fresh Pear
Thai Noodle Bowl
Popeye Salad, Whole Grain Roll
Celery Sticks
Homemade Cheese Sauce
Beefy Nachos with Salsa and
Sante Fe Rice Bowl
Chef Salad
Fresh Pear
Chicken Patty on WG Bun
Fruit & Vegetable Bar Fruit & Vegetable Bar
with BBQ Sauce
Gourmet Turkey BLT
California Blend
Chicken Nuggets/WG Roll Beef Lasagna
Green Beans
Turkey Melt Panini Baked Potato Bar
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy w/ WG Garlic Toast
Cinnamon Apple Slices Melon Slices ~ Pears
with Ketchup and Mustard
Baked Beans
Corn Dog
Cubano Panini w/ Mojo Fries
Cobb Salad, Whole Grain Roll
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Cherry Tomatoes
Jicama Fresh Pineapple
Radishes
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Red Grapes ~ Mixed Fruit
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Romaine Lettuce
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Broccoli Florets
Baby Carrots
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Cauliflower
Triple Decker PBJ
Cucumbers
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Lemon Garbanzo Bean Salad
Broccoli Florets
Steamed Green Peas Bok Choy
Kiwi
Roasted Vegetable Wrap
Yogurt Pak
Baby Carrots
Celery Sticks Banana
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Green Peppers
Sweet Potato Sticks Fresh Spinach
Pasta Bar
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Cauliflower
Tomato Wedges
Glazed Carrots
Melon Slices ~ Mixed Fruit
with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Celery Sticks
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Fresh Spinach
w/ Marinara Sauce
Spring Green Mix
Broccoli Florets with Fat Free Ranch Dressing
Green Peas
Popeye Salad, Whole Grain Roll
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Popcorn Chicken w/ Orange Sauce
Baby Carrots
2 Pancakes w/ Syrup
LUNCH PRICES
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Baby Carrots
Turkey BLT Wrap
Baby Carrots
Broccoli Florets
Fruit & Vegetable Bar
Sweet Potato Sticks
Orange Wedges ~ Pears
Milk Choice of 1% White, Skim, or Chocolate Skim is included with Lunch
Please encourage your child to add
fresh vegetables and fruit to
their lunch each day.
K-8 students may take up to 3/4 cup
vegetable and 1/2 cup fruit.
Chef Jeff offers Homemade Soup daily
to add to your lunch, as well as fresh
baked treats.
October
2012




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Notice for
annual
district
meeting
Notice is hereby given to the
qualified electors of the School
District of Kohler, County of She-
boygan, State of Wisconsin, that
an Annual Meeting of said district
for the transaction of business will
be held in the District Library in
the school on Tuesday, the twenty-
ninth day of October, 2012, at
seven-thirty o’clock p.m. The
Budget Hearing of said district for
review of the budget will be held
in the same place on the same day
at seven o’clock p.m.
Dated this 1st day of October,
2012.
Upcoming
events at
Kohler
Schools
October 12, 2012
Homecoming
October 13, 2012
Fall Follies
October 15, 2012
School Picture Retakes
October 15, 2012 - October 19,
2012
Scholastic Book Fair
October 17, 2012
Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:30-
6:00 pm
October 18, 2012
Parent/Teacher Conferences 5:30-
8:00 pm
October 19, 2012
No School for Students
October 19, 2012
Parent/Teacher Conferences (Ele-
mentary Only) 8-10 am
Coaches
needed!
The Kohler School District has
the following coaching posiions
open: 
= 7th grade girls basketball
= 8th grade girls basketball
= Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
= Cheerleading coach for boys and
girls Basketball
Kohler School
Fitness Center
(Weight room/Gym/
Walking Area)
Hours of Operation
(Enter Through Door 2)
Hours of Operations:
Monday-Friday 6:00-7:30 a.m.
Monday-Thurs. 3:30-9:00 p.m.
Friday 3:30-7:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
User’s Fee:
Annual Fee:
Village Adult/
School Choice Adult $45 per year.
Village Family $65 per year.
Non-Village resident* $75 per year.
Alumni (Under 23) $20 per year.
Daily Fee:
Village Adult/ $2 per day
School Choice Adult
Non-Village residents $3 per day
Note: No Charge for Kohler Students.
Must be in 7
th
grade to be in the Fitness
Center without parental supervision.
Make Checks Payable to: Kohler Public
Schools
*Non-Village residents are only allowed to
use the facility when accompanied by a vil-
lage resident. Each Village resident is al-
lowed one guest per visit.
If you have any questions, please feel free
to contact Doug Bocchini at 803-7205
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PROCEDURE
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities, including children with disabilities attending private
schools in the school district, regardless of the severity of their disabilities. The school district has a special education screening pro-
gram 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 education referral is appropriate. A request may be made
by contacting the Special Education Director at 459-2920.
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM OCTOBER 1, 2012
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KOHLER VILLAGER 11
Village Meetings Scheduled for
October
10/1 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
10/1 Property Committee 5:00 pm
10/3 Library (at library) Noon
10/8 Village Board 5:30 pm
10/22 Recreation Committee 4:45 pm
10/25 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
General Election
The General Election will be held
Tuesday, November 6. 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. For
more information about voter regis-
tration, absentee voting and up-
coming elections, contact the
Clerk-Treasurer’s office at 920-459-
3873.
Not sure if you’re registered to
vote? Has your address changed
since you last voted? Check out My
Vote WI online at
http://myvote.wi.gov. This new site
allows you to: search by name to
see if you are registered to vote;
update your voter registration infor-
mation; view a sample ballot; check
your voting history; and more.
There are also answers to com-
monly asked questions regarding
voting in Wisconsin.
The Village of Kohler’s Historic
Hunt
Take a chance to win a $500 holi-
day shopping spree at the Shops at
Woodlake! In honor of the Village
of Kohler’s past 100 years, the His-
toric Hunt allows you to learn about
the history of where you live in a
fun way! We invite you and your
family to become historians by find-
ing the answers to 100 questions.
Who: Available to all Village Resi-
dents, one entry per household.
What: Provide your best answers
to the 100 questions on this His-
toric Hunt. Questions are available
at the Village Hall, Kohler Public Li-
brary, or you may find them online
at www.kohlervillager.com.
Where: Discover where you live in
a whole new way! You may need to
take some short adventures around
the Village to find your answers.
When: Please submit all of your
answers to the Village Hall by
12:00 pm on Monday, November
12, 2012. Be sure to include your
household name and contact infor-
mation.
How: We will select a winner based
on the MOST accurate answers.
Make sure you include details! In
the event of a tie, a winner will be
selected at random from those who
qualify.
Why: The Village of Kohler has
been loaded with tradition and
unique qualities throughout the
past 100 years. The Historic Hunt
serves as a reminder of the special
place in which we live and ensures
our future generations celebrate
our past while looking forward to
the future.
From Police
Chief Bill Rutten
Trick-or-Treat: The Kohler Police
Department wants trick-or-treating
to be fun and safe for everyone. To
help that cause, Officer Gross will
be holding a Safe Trick-or-Treat
Awareness Program in school for
the younger students. He will be
passing out trick-or-treat bags from
the Police Department. During
Trick-or-Treating, which will be on
October 31 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.,
officers will hand out glow neck-
laces to any child that wants one.
The glow necklaces will make the
children more visible as they are
enjoying the night out. Choosing a
costume where the kids are able to
maintain good vision is also a very
good idea. Following Trick or Treat-
ing will be a bonfire at 7:15 pm or-
ganized by the Village Recreation
Department west of Ebben Field.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
LEAF COLLECTION: Leaf collec-
tion will start on October 8th and
continue until December 3rd.
Leaves should be raked into the
street along the curb in a three-foot
(3’) wide row. No grass clippings,
sticks, or other garden debris is
allowed. The Public Works Depart-
ment follows a schedule for leaf
collection. The collection starts on
the south end of the Village where
the trees are more mature and pro-
duce more leaves. The route con-
tinues to the west and north
sections of the Village. During the
last part of October and early part
of November we may only be able
to get through the Village once a
week and cannot make exceptions
since this will affect the collection
schedule.
From Recreation
Director
Doug Bocchini
Trick or Treat and Bon Fire:
Wednesday, October 31st
Trick or Treat: 5:00-7:00 pm
Bon Fire: Begins at 7:15 pm, north-
west corner of the High School Ath-
letic Field. Please park at the Inn
on Woodlake. The Kohler Fire De-
partment will be monitoring this
event.
Coaches Wanted: We are in need
of coaches for the following: JV
girls basketball, cheerleading advi-
sor, 7/8 grade girls basketball. Con-
tact Doug Bocchini at 803-7205 for
more information or to apply please
visit
http://services.education.wisc.edu/
wecan/.
Actions taken by the Village
Board during their August 13
meetings:
Approved plan to purchase a 100’ •
platform ladder truck subject to
completing a comprehensive
building analysis study.
Appointed Quynh Trueblood & •
Donna Sanders to Library Board
and Douglas Rouse to Board of
Zoning Appeals.
Approved Operator’s Licenses as •
requested.
Approved hiring new recreation de- •
partment employees as pre-
sented.
Approved June 2012 Revenue/Ex- •
pense Reports, bank reconcilia-
tion and journal entries.
Authorized sending letters to resi- •
dents with property bordering
Garden lane regarding vehicle
parking on grass.
Accepted bid from Altmeyer Electric •
for $19,979 for Memorial Building
electrical panel board.
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
OCTOBER 1, 2012
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Exhibit: Ron Isaacs: Keeping
Through October 7, 2012
ARTspace – A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
Kentucky artist Ron Isaacs creates ele‐
gant works of art that, at first glance,
appear to be assemblages of vintage
garments, natural forms, and/or daily
life objects. A master of trompe l’oeil,
Isaacs’ compositions are actually con‐
structed of numerous pieces of
Finnish birch wood, which are then
deftly painted in acrylic to mimic a va‐
riety of materials.
920‐452‐8602
Taste of Tuesday
October 2, 6‐7:30pm, $10
Woodlake Market
Scott from Capitol Husting is back!
Preregistration is required. Call 920‐
457‐6570.
Fashion for Hope Style Show
October 4, 6pm, $25 in advance, $30
at the door
Kohler Design Center
Kacia and the Pink Brigade present
the 5th Annual Fashion for Hope Style
Show. The show will feature fashions
from Kacia and the apparel boutiques
at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. It’s
an exhibit of good taste and it’s all for
a good cause ‐ all proceeds benefit
the Sheboygan County Cancer Care
Fund. Please call 920‐458‐9121 for
more information and tickets.
Fall Day
October 13, 1‐3pm, Complimentary
Woodlake Market
“Fall” into the autumn season with
Woodlake Market! Try delicious
caramel apple samples and holiday
beers, paint pumpkins, sample apple
cider, or watch smoking demonstra‐
tions presented by our meat depart‐
ment! Be one of five contestants to
sign up for a pumpkin pie eating con‐
test by calling (920) 457‐6570. Con‐
test will begin at 2:00 p.m.! All
activities will be on the north lawn
weather pending.
Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 18‐21, Complimentary &
Ticketed Events
The Village of Kohler
It’s Going to be a Good Year: Food &
Wine Time
*Read complete article in this issue of
the Kohler Villager
Another flavorful weekend is near as
the Kohler Food & Wine Experience
returns October 18‐21. This sought‐
after event hosts 8,000 culinary‐en‐
thusiasts for four days of exciting
wine seminars, educational demon‐
strations and delicious tastings with
renowned chefs and top wine experts
from across the nation. Top culinary
stars will visit the Village for this
year’s festival including Anne Burrell
from Food Network, Christopher Kim‐
ball from America’s Test Kitchen, Lidia
Bastianich of Lidia’s Italy and Tony
Mantuano of Chicago’s hot restaurant
stop Spiaggia. New events this year
feature port, cookies, chocolates, a
brunch bubbling over with cham‐
pagne and intimate wine dinners. Get
in the “spirit” with a variety of spirit
seminars, enjoy a fine Italian lunch‐
eon with Tony Mantuano, shake your
lederhosen at Oktoberfest and so
much more to experience. View the
complete recipe of events & seminars
at www.KohlerFoodandWine.net. Call
1‐800‐344‐2838 for more informa‐
tion.
Tubs & Treats Family Fun Event
October 27, 11am‐2pm, Complimen‐
tary
Kohler Design Center
Come dressed up in your costume
and trick or treat throughout the
Kohler Design Center. You’ll have a
chance to play some games, do a
hands on science experiment, have
your photo taken, and much more!
920‐457‐3699
SPORTS CORE & YOGA ON THE LAKE
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920‐457‐4444 and Yoga on the Lake
at 920‐453‐2817.
Sports Core Schedule of Special
Events & Classes
Line Dancing: October 10, 6:45‐
8:15pm
Practice Dance Party: October 24,
6:45‐8:45pm
Whirlpool Yoga: October 9, 6‐7pm
Training from the Heart: October 27,
9‐11am
Tiny Tot Camps: October 3 and 16, 9‐
10:30am
Kids Night Out: October 12, 5‐9pm
Kids Zumba: October 26, 4‐4:40pm
Pro Workout for Men: Tuesday, Sep‐
tember 4 ‐ December 11, 8‐9pm
DJ Dance Crew: Tuesdays, October 2‐
November 6, 4‐5pm
Sports Core Special Offers
Take 5 Café: Enjoy a sandwich and
small soup for only $6.50. Offer valid
October 1‐31.
Yoga on the Lake Schedule of Special
Events & Classes
The Anatomy of an Inversion: Octo‐
ber 13, 10:30am‐12:30pm, $25
Birthday Palooza: October 21, 3pm‐
9pm, Complimentary
Rock’n Vinyasa and Vino: October 26,
5:30‐7:30pm, $25
All Day Yoga Bootcamp: October 27,
9:15am‐3:30pm, $75 includes lunch
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Food. Wine. Fun.
Kohler’s annual experience has food and drink
lovers ready for another flavorful weekend
It’s that time of year again, edu-
cational demonstrations paired with
the best food and wine the world
has to offer—a weekend dedicated
to celebrating food and drink.
The 12th Annual Kohler Food &
Wine Experience occurring October
18-21 at The American Club Resort
in The Village of Kohler invites the
best local and national chefs,
restaurateurs and wine, beer &
spirit experts from around the world
to showcase their impeccable tal-
ents.
Award-winning chefs such as
Food Network Star, Anne Burrell,
America ’s Test Kitchen host and
author, Christopher Kimball, host
of Lidia’s Italy and best-selling au-
thor, Lidia Bastianich and
Chicago’s Tony Mantuano, owner
and head chef of Spiaggia headline
the Stella Artois Main Stage and
weekend’s signature events this
year.
The Kohler Food & Wine Expe-
rience will kick off with the Chef’s
Challenge ($21) at 6:30 p.m. on
Thursday, October 18 at the Stella
Artois Main Stage. Six Kitchens of
Kohler chefs will compete to create
the best culinary masterpiece from
a set of mystery ingredients. The
Chef’s Challenge gets even more
competitive as community mem-
bers can participate in an auction to
win their favorite dish. The event is
a fundraiser for The Salvation Army
and Boys and Girls Club. The
evening is always full of thrills and
laughs for all.
World-renowned chefs will each
be starring in their own unique
cooking demonstrations and semi-
nars during the four-day festival.
Tony Mantuano will be showcasing
his specialties at “A Twist on the
Classic Polpette with Polpette di
Gamberi” ($42) taking place at 2
p.m. Friday, October 19. Attendees
will experience a demonstration on
how to make Mantuano’s cele-
brated Rock Shrimp Meatballs with
Spicy Tomato Sauce and Crispy
Shallots from his latest restaurant,
Bar Toma in Chicago .
Top Chef America winner, An-
drew Zimmerman will also be fea-
tured at the event this year. Chef
Zimmerman found himself tri-
umphant against Iron Chef Marc
Forgione on the episode, “Battle :
Cream Cheese” that aired in early
September. Zimmerman is the chef
of Sepia in Chicago .
“We are so pleased to host not
only the top chefs from around the
world, but also feature our remark-
able chefs from The American Club
Resort,” said Rick Boyer, Executive
Chef of The American Club Resort.
“This year’s Kohler Food & Wine
Experience will truly be a showcase
of the best culinary talents around.”
Some of the region’s top chefs
will be adding Midwest flavor to
the mix this year. Local and re-
gional chef participants include
Sheboygan County ’s Stefano Vigli-
etti of Trattoria Stefano, Marco
Rossi of Blind Horse in Kohler, and
Milwaukee ’s Matt Baier of Dream
Dance Steak Restaurant at
Potawatomi and Paul Funk of Hin-
terland Erie Street Gastropub.
Chef Funk will be presenting a
demonstration of an American fa-
vorite, bacon. “Belly to Bacon:
Make Your Own Bacon at Home”
($31.50) will be held at 12:15 p.m.
on Saturday, October 20. Food and
drink connoisseurs will experience
a lesson on the most popular part of
the pig during a how-to session on
curing bacon at home and conclude
with a bacon-inspired cooking
demonstration.
Each year the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience offers a few new
twists and treats.
“This year’s special event line-
up includes a larger selection of
cocktail seminars. These sessions
teach attendees about the catalog of
liquor brands and how to create
mixologist-inspired cocktails at
home,” explained Tricia Rathermel,
special events coordinator for
Kohler Co.
The Kitchens of Kohler are also
expanding the popular wine dinners
on Saturday evening. Hosted at
Cucina ($68.25) and The Immigrant
Room ($157.50), these dinners give
the opportunity to dine with repre-
sentatives from the winery and
learn about the wine while eating a
delectable menu. Seating is limited
at both of these events and tickets
can be purchased through Kohler At
Home at www.kohlerathome.com.
After its debut last year, the “Pig
Cheese Cocktail” ($52.50) makes
its return as a must-attend event for
the weekend. Madison ’s own,
Death’s Door Spirits will host the
mouth-watering spread where Chef
Paul Smitala of Blackwolf Run will
prepare a delectable pork-themed
menu from Swabian Hall Swine
raised on spent grains and organic
dairy from the spirits. Guests can
also feast on cheese pairings from
the Wisconsin Milk Marketing
Board and enjoy featured cocktails.
The reception starts at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 20 at Blackwolf
Run.
Be sure to bring your lederho-
sen— the ever-popular Oktoberfest
($36.75) on Saturday, October 20
will take a slightly different format
this year. The event will feature
pairing stations that will match sea-
sonal beers with complementary
foods as live Polka music by the
John Roehl Orchestra keeps atten-
dees on their feet until 11p.m.
The Kohler Food & Wine Expe-
rience will also feature many com-
plimentary events throughout the
four-day weekend including food
and wine samplings, book signings,
trunk shows and more. In addition
the Kohler Design Center will host
free cooking demos throughout the
weekend. With a wide-array of
seminars and activities, this year’s
event will be the ultimate experi-
ence for lovers of food, wine and
fun.
To purchase tickets, visit
www.kohlerathome.com or call
800-344-2838.
Food & Wine Favorites
Not to be missed signature events!
Kohler Chefs’ Challenge - $21.00
Thursday, October 18, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Six Kohler chefs each paired with
auction winners from the community
will turn surprise ingredients into
culinary masterpieces.
Where: Stella Artois Main Stage
Taste of the Vine - $94.50
Friday, October 19, 8-10 p.m.
Wirtz Beverage Wisconsin proudly
presents one of the Midwest ’s pre-
mier culinary events. This spectacular
evening of exquisite wines, delec-
table hors d’oeuvres and live music is
held against the inspiring backdrop of
the Kohler Design Center .
Where: Kohler Design Center
The Champions Dinner - $157.50
Saturday, October 20, 7-10 p.m.
Join Whistling Straits Chef Dan Dries
as he shares his favorite dishes that
were featured at golf’s major champi-
onships. Enjoy each course paired
with fine wines from Lancaster Es-
tate.
Where: Whistling Straits Clubhouse
Ultimate Tailgate Party - Compli-
mentary entry, ticket for food and
beverage available for $36.75
Starting at 11:30am
Cheer on the Green Bay Packers as
they take on the St. Louis Rams in St.
Louis . Wristbands are available for
purchase to enjoy true Wisconsin tail-
gate fare, specialty cocktails and beer.
Where: Stella Artois Main Stage.

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