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NOVEMBER 1, 2012
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Kohler Food & Wine


Experience featured
home-grown talent
By Kevin Struck
One of the stars of the 2012
Kohler Food & Wine Experience,
held October 18-21, was born and
raised in Kohler and got his start
washing dishes at Cucina while in
high school. By the time he gradu-
ated, Matt Bauer, the son of Ran-
dall and Martha Bauer on South
Road, had worked his way up to
lead line cook. At the urging of his
chef, he headed off to the Califor-
nia Culinary Academy in San Fran-
cisco, and, eventually, to additional
training at a restaurant in Honolulu,
Hawaii. By 2003, he was back in
Kohler working as a cook at the
Immigrant Restaurant and Winery
Bar. Today, he is that restaurants
head chef and this years winner of
the Kohler Chefs Challenge which
took place on opening night of the
Food & Wine Experience. Bauer
was partnered with community
member Jerry Jones, representing
The United Way, to compete
against five other chefs in a
cookoff.
Bauer also found time the next
day to fill in for the regular presen-
ter at the Easy Entertaining with
Cheese session, one of over 100
events throughout the weekend
covering an incredibly wide variety
of foods and drinks. He began by
dispelling the idea that California
and its happy cows was the new
dairy capital of the country.
Cheese in California is mass pro-
duced, Bauer noted. In Wiscon-
sin its hand-made. To smell the
center of an 18-inch wheel of
cheese, theres nothing better. Its
intoxicating.
As Bauer continued describing
the cheeses, attendees in the
Kohler HS scores highest
in state on preliminary
accountability report card
The Wisconsin Department of
Public Instruction has released its
preliminary school report cards for
its new accountability system for
public schools, and Kohler High
School has earned the highest
score in the state among all public
high schools for 2011-2012. With
a score of 92, Kohler surpassed the
second highest scoring public high
school Homestead HS in
Mequon-Thiensville by 8.3
points (Homestead scored an
83.7). This comes on the heels of
Kohler High School achieving the
highest composite ACT score in
the state.
Under the new accountability
system implemented this year,
every public school receives a re-
port card with an accountability
index score from 0-100. The index
score is based on four priority
areas: Student achievement in
reading and mathematics on state
assessments; student growth meas-
ured by year-to-year improve-
ments in achievement; closing
gaps in performance between stu-
dent groups (comparing English
language learners, low-income stu-
dents, students with disability, and
members of a racial or ethnic
group with their peers); and
whether the school is on-track to-
ward graduation/post-secondary
readiness using reliable indicators
of high school graduation and
post-secondary success.
Wisconsin raised the benchmark
scores needed for students to reach
the proficient or advanced per-
formance level in the Wisconsin
Knowledge and Concepts Exam
(WKCE), which is currently the
state standardized test. These new
benchmarks are based on those
used by the National Assessment
of Educational Progress (NAEP),
an assessment that measures how
students across the country are per-
forming. This change will enable
comparisons of students not only
across the state, but across the na-
tion.
In an article in the October 15,
2012 issue of The Kohler Villager,
Kohler Schools Superintendent
Quynh Trueblood cautioned that
even though abilities of Kohler
students havent changed, the
higher standards implemented by
the new system would most likely
show a decline in the number of
Kohler students considered to be
proficient or advanced.
According to a press release by
State Superintendent Tony Evers,
Wisconsin issued 2011-12 prelim-
inary report cards for 2,118 public
schools, including 21 independent
charter schools, and 68 of those
schools received an accountability
index rating that significantly ex-
ceeds expectations. For the other
rating categories, 637 schools ex-
ceed expectations, 906 schools
meet expectations, 190 schools
meet few expectations, and 76
schools fail to meet expectations.
About 11 percent of schools (241)
were not rated because they are
new schools or alternative schools
that are too small or lack sufficient
assessment data to receive an over-
all accountability rating.
The six schools to tie or score
higher than Kohler High include
four charter schools in the Fox
Cities and one in Wauwatosa
(which scored the highest in the
state at 96), as well as an elemen-
tary school in Portage County.
Pending the release of the final-
ized reports, Kohler Schools has
scheduled information sessions
which will be held in the Kohler
Public Library on Monday, No-
vember 5 at 7:00 p.m. and Tues-
day, November 6 at 8:00 a.m.
To view a database of all the
schools included in the report card,
visit dpi.wi.gov
packed Appley Theatre one of
several event locations conve-
niently scattered throughout the
village tasted several samples, in-
cluding Buttermilk Blue and
Moody Blue. We make a Butter-
milk Blue Mac & Cheese at The
Immigrant, Bauer remarked.
Following his upcoming wed-
ding in November, Bauer will be
back at The Immigrant working on
his goal of continuing to make the
restaurant one of the top dining
destinations in the Midwest. Assist-
ing him in that process will be
Jason Van Auken, mixologist at
The Winery Bar. Van Aukens job
is to find that perfect marriage be-
tween food and drink.
Van Auken has been following
his passion at The Winery Bar for
almost five years now, but pursuing
his calling wasnt easy at the begin-
ning. My first job as a bartender
was at a country club at the age of
19. I had absolutely no experience
whatsoever. My second night on
the job was New Years Eve. I re-
member making a Cosmo about 12
different waysI doubt any of
them were right. But he kept at it
and eventually became a Certified
Specialist of Spirits.
Other presenters had their own
interesting stories. The wine pair-
ing for the Roasted-Beet Salad
with Pistachio Salmon session
came from the curiously named
Irony Winery in California. It
seems the current third generation
owners of the company, brothers
Jay and Chris Indelicato, grew up
working in the winery and in the
vineyards, doing everything from
cleaning tanks to packing cases and
pruning grapevines. Both con-
cluded theyd had enough of the
wine business and were determined
to establish their own careers, and
indeed Jay worked at IBM and
Chris entered the accounting field.
About the time they reached their
40s, however, they each decided,
independently of the other, to re-
turn to the family business.
Continued on page 2
Mixologist Jason Van Auken and Chef Matt Bauer talk about cheese!
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Jeff & Tania Twohig Nest Wisconsin Trader
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THANK YOU!
The Kohler School Foundation Thanks the Following Donors for Their Support
and Commitment to the 2012 Fall Follies and Kohler Public Schools
www.kohlercu.com
888.528.2595
Call today!
Milwaukee area resident
Alamelu Vairavan also followed
an ironic path to her current status
of celebrity chef and cookbook au-
thor. Although today she can be
seen on her PBS cooking show,
Healthful Indian Flavors, there
was a time when she couldnt even
make tea or coffee. I poured bak-
ing soda into my husbands cof-
fee, she admitted to laughter from
the attendees of Saturdays Tan-
talizing Indian Flavors with
Alamelu event. She eventually
taught herself how to cook, incor-
porating traditional ingredients
from her native India. She believes
you can use spices to make food
tasty and healthy, and avoid all of
the salt and fat. Her favorite spices
are turmeric, cinnamon, black pep-
per, and ginger, but she uses many
others.
In addition to the array of food
and drink at the Experience, part of
the fun is listening to and perhaps
even meeting some of the celebrity
chefs, mixologists, vintners, and
other presenters. One of the event
emcees, Amy Hanten, host of Fox
11s Living with Amy, emphasized
how accessible the Kohler event is.
At food and wine festivals in
places like New York and Florida
there are just tons of people, she
said. This event right here is the
best.
Food & Wine
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Friday, 9am7pm
Saturday, 9am5pm
Sunday, 9am3pm
Experience our 30th annual
showcase of holiday gifts, dcor,
candies and baked goods.
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Adults $6
Children 12 years and under $1
Admission is a one-time charge
for the entire weekend.
No strollers permitted in showrooms.
Saturday, November 17
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
1 block from American Clubs Wisconsin Holiday Market
(free shuttle between both events & Shops at Woodlake!)
Holiday Arts Holiday Arts
Kohler School Friends
Admission:
$3 (adults) $1 (kids 6-12) FREE (5 & under)
Kohler School 333 Upper Road, Kohler
& Crafts Fair & Crafts Fair
Over 80 Crafters Holiday Cafe
Bake Sale Great Raffle Prizes! Live Music
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Corporate Sponsors:
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American Family Insurance
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* Carriage Rides
* Pony Rides
* Childrens Activities
* Holiday Raffle
* Shopping Specials &
Discounts
* Santa Photos
* Holiday Music
* Let it Snow Holiday Parade
at 4:30 p.m. sponsored by
Rochester Inn
* Letters to Santa
* Community Tree Lighting
after Parade at the
Municipal Building, sponsored
by Friends of St. Paul
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Two dealerships, with one locaton, and one goal, to be your dealer!
Restaurant in
Kohler
Do you long to put your great
work ethic and customer service
skills to work by owning your
own restaurant business?
CALL
920-980-4165
to learn about an opportunity to acquire a
locally owned and operated restaurant business
located in the Village of Kohler
Business has been at same location for 11 years, with large catering business
established. Marketing and social media knowledge a plus! Owner orienta-
tion and training will be provided. Only financially qualified inquiries,
please. Sale will include business and equipment only. New owner will ne-
gotiate a new lease with the landlord.
FOR SALE
Memorable Gifts and Custom
Framing at Cassy Tully
Gallery & Framing Shop
Plymouth, WI, September 2012
Share the warmth and joy of the
holidays with a treasured gift from
Cassy Tully Fine Art, a framing
and gallery gift shop located in the
heart of historic Plymouth, Wis-
consin. The shop offers full service
custom framing as well as paint-
ings created in Cassys signature
relief technique, limited-edition
prints and beautiful boxed greeting
cards. Its a shopping experience
that adds meaning to each gift!
Start the season on a festive note
with Cassys Holiday Open House,
held in conjunction with Essence
Day Spa and Real Yoga. Mark
your calendars for Tuesday, No-
vember 27th from 4:00 6:00 p.m.
and spend the time with friends,
sipping warm cider and enjoying
snacks as you select beautiful cus-
tom framing and browse the
gallery gift shop. Be sure to enter
your name in Cassys raffle contest
for a chance to win memorable gift
items. Treat your loved ones to the
ultimate holiday gift a Cassy
Tully original painting, capturing
what matters most to you. Cele-
brate Dads hole in one with a
painting commemorating the mo-
ment; relive treasured memories of
a family home or vacation destina-
tion as Cassy creates the ultimate
keepsake, using her signature relief
painting enhanced by the shimmer
of pearlescent paint. Visit the
gallery gift shop to view Cassys
selection of original paintings and
to schedule a custom painting con-
sultation.
In addition to Cassy Tullys orig-
inal artwork, ready-made prints
and frames are available for a sen-
sational value. Cassys Custom
Framing Shop offers a wonderful
selection of Italianimported Lar-
son-Juhl in rich wood and elegant
finishes. Details like archival mat-
ting, preservation mounting and
conservation glass preserve the in-
tegrity and enhance the value of
each treasured piece. Every proj-
ect, large or small, receives the
same artistic expertise and careful
attention to detail.
New this season, choose from a
generous selection of personalized
gifts. Custom name plates for
frames or engraved matting add
the final touch to any artwork. Cre-
ate your own gift basket for a spe-
cial occasion Cassy will
personalize wine glasses with any
name or image, and tucked into a
basket with a box of her signature
greeting cards and a bottle of wine,
it becomes a thoughtful gift for
friends and family.
The Cassy Tully Gallery &
Framing Shop is located at 607A
Eastern Avenue, on the southeast
corner of Mill Street and Eastern
Avenue in downtown Plymouth.
For more information, contact:
Cassy Tully - Fine Art, 607A East-
ern Avenue, Plymouth, WI 53073
920-698-6201. cassytully.com.
Town and Country Garden Club to hold third annual
Greens, Glitz & Bows fundraiser
Town and Country Garden Club is
hosting their annual holiday
fundraiser and luncheon, Greens
Glitz & Bows on Saturday, No-
vember 17th, 2012 at Pine Hills
Country Club, located at 4914 Su-
perior Ave., Sheboygan , WI.
The doors will open at 11:00 am
for unique boutique shopping at it's
finest. Featuring seasonal treats
and many one of a kind holiday
and artisan gifts for your personal
shopping and gift giving. Some of
the items include exquisitely deco-
rated fresh Christmas wreathes and
swags, hand painted planters with
live topiaries and white hy-
drangeas, and beautifully hand
painted outdoor bird houses,
among other wonderful items for
your home decor. During the event
there will be a silent auction with
items to delight your every wish.
The savory fall luncheon will be
served at 12:30 with live entertain-
ment of seasonal music featuring
vocalist Jamie Jenty and pianist
Lori Hucke.
Greens Glitz & Bows is Town
and Country's yearly fundraiser to
raise funds for their ongoing com-
munity outreach projects; May-
wood Arboretum, Indian Mound
Park, 8th Street Planter program.
Tickets are $40.00 and can be
purchased by contacting Barbie
Walker at 920-452-2726 or 920-
946-0434, or e-mail Barbie at
bwalker48@sbcglobal.net. You
can also call Kathy Nonhof at 920-
459-7990 or contact Kathy at
knonhof@gmail.com.
Kick off your holiday season by
attending this year's Town and
Country's Green Glitz & Bows!
Intentions offering
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
minds endless chatter to have a
restful night. Practical and Holis-
tic applications will be given to
develop a calm and peaceful mind.
Wednesday, November 7, 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. Fee:$25.00.
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PRICE REDUCED
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
ARCHITECTURALLY DESIGNED KOHLER HOME
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP
Wood floors & open staircase
Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances
Dinette open to kitchen
Main floor master bedroom suite
3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper
Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached
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#3692 $599,000
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NEW LISTING
1084A Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
EXTRA SPECIAL KOHLER CONDO
Set in the picturesque Village of Kohler
Loaded with extras, really great family room with tin
ceiling
Main level master suite with 2 WI-Closets
Refinished Barnboard flooring in LR, Dr, and FR
Bright & cheery throughout, all appliances included
Wonderful landscaping with a hidden stone patio
3 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, storage garage
#3747 $299,500
Mike Daniels 946-0034
1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler
AMAZING KOHLER HOME
5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas
Great floor plan/open design
Main floor master suite
4 bedrooms on upper
Finished lower level
Very private yard, overlooks stables
Large deck and 2 car garage
View this property at: 1103aspenrd.com
#3702 $419,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
PRICE REDUCED
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: 4805DennwoodDr.com
#3731 $650,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
PRICE REDUCED
8716 Pine Woods Lane, Town of Wilson
UNBELEIVABLE LAKE MICHIGAN RETREAT
5.52 wooded acres, 276ft Lake Michigan frontage
Beautiful original log home
Plus new primary residence & guest house
(still under construction)
Request a list of special features
5 BR, 5 BTH, 4 FP, massive indoor pool
Designed by Chicago Architect, nothing comparable
on Lake Michigan
Close to golf, fine dining, 1hr N of Milwaukee, 2hr N of
Chicago
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VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: 8716pinewoodsln.com
#3678 $1,999,000
Mike Daniels 920-946-0034
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
#3482 $499,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
604 Pine Circle, Kohler
STUNNING ONE OF A KIND!
Totally renovated inside and outside
Open floor plan with spacious rooms
Kitchen designed to professional standards
Flexible space for 2-4 bedrooms
Amazing 3.5 bathrooms
Tastefully finished basement with egress window
Great porch, beautiful stone patio, gorgeous land-
scape
Home will appeal to the most discriminating buyer!
#3706 $495,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
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
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
545 Upper Rd., Kohler
POPULAR RANCH STYLE HOME
Cute and Cozy Kohler Ranch
Large living and dining room with natural fireplace
Spacious kitchen includes appliances
3 bedrooms, 1 full bath
Oversized 2 car garage has attic storage
#3734 $145,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
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Brokerage, Inc.
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Kohler, WI 53044
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Almost 1 acre lot on Weeden Creek Rd
Sewer, water, natural gas, cable
Close to Jackson school, state park, Riverdale
Golf Course, nature trails
Easy access to I-43, shopping, restaurants
A great price
#3746 $38,900
Mike Daniels 946-0034
PRICE REDUCED
1506 Mead Ave., Sheboygan
SOUTHSIDE RANCH CHARMER
Three bedrooms with ample closet space
Large living room and a 1
st
floor family room
Hardwood flooring under carpet
Lower level rec room
Updated Electrical, new AC and furnace
Potential galore with a little TLC
Priced below assessed value
#3659 $79,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
641 Monroe Street, Suite 105 (just above Ella's Dela)
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
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DAYCARE HAS OPENING
Family Day Care has 1 opening left to fill in
my Northside of Sheboygan home near the
mall. Hours are from 6:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Age range is from 6 wks old to 12yrs old.
Snacks and meals are provided.
Please call 452-6817 if interested.
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
Seniors!
Our November meeting will feature Bruce Neerhof, Kohler Village
director of Public Works. He fascinated us all in the past with his
tale of what is going on in the Village and whats in the works (no
pun intended). 1:30, Village Hall, November 5. Come and find out
Whats Happening!
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.
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
HOUSEKEEPING OFFERED
Will do general and deep cleaning
and organizing. Have references.
Done right the first time!
Call Joni at
920-331-7098
KOHLER HOME FOR LEASE
Kohler classic brick georgian for lease at 834 Bri-
arwood Ct. Available by December 2012 4400 sq ft
of gracious living. 4-6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, 3-1/2
car garage, 13 rooms total.
Call Joel @ 920-917-0172
or email hjoelboyd@gmail.com
I WILL "WRAP" UP THE HOLIDAYS
WHILE YOU RELAX!
You provide the presents, paper, ribbons, etc. and let
the elves do the rest! Present wrapping services in-
clude pick-up and delivery. $15.00 per hour. (One
hour minimum please).
For more information call
(920) 918-4444. Ask for Katie!
HELP WANTED
Village of Kohler Seasonal
Snowplow Operator
November 1 - April 1. CDL and/or Experience Re-
quired. $21.50/hr. Apply at Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, Kohler, WI, 53044. Background Check, Drug &
Alcohol Screening performed.
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Thursday, November 15, 2012
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Jay Torke encourages bidders to
raise their badminton racquets serving
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Lisa Morrissette models her
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New York DJ Suga Ray headlines
Kohler School Foundations Fall Follies
Nationally known A-list DJ from
New York City, Suga Ray was in
the house at The American Club
on October 13 headlining the
Kohler School Foundations annual
Fall Follies dinner and auction
fundraiser benefiting Kohler
Schools. This years theme was
Country Club
The evening began with a social
hour/silent auction where guests
had the chance to bid on tables
filled with items donated by local
businesses, residents, and students
attending Kohler Schools. Guests
then dined on a buffet provided by
the American Club, while Doug
Bocchini, Jay Torke, Quynh True-
Fall Follies guests bust a move on the dance floor.
DJ Suga Ray working the turntable with one of his assistants.
blood, and David Kohler con-
ducted a live auction. After dinner,
guests packed the dance floor and
danced (or jumped) to DJ Suga
Ray scratchin out hits from sev-
eral genres. (Suga Ray also served
as DJ at the schools Homecoming
dance the previous night).
See more photos on Facebook at
Facebook.com/kohlervillager.
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Submitted by Coach Wendy
Tauscheck
Kohler girls wrapped up another
successful season with a dual meet
record of 11-5, 8-1 in the Eastern
Wisconsin Conference. The team
took 3rd place in the EWC behind
winner Roncalli and runner-up
Plymouth.
Kohler received Honorable
Mention (a contender for 10th
place out of 64 schools) in the Di-
vision 2 Wisconsin High School
Tennis Coaches Association poll.
The varsity singles line-up in-
cluded sophomore Audra Hoff-
mann (1 singles, 3rd place EWC),
junior Elyse Gutschow (2 singles,
2nd place EWC) freshman Frannie
Hillstrom (3 singles) and sopho-
more Leigh Schlecht (4 singles,
3rd place EWC). Varsity doubles
teams were seniors Jessie Dykster-
house/Sarah Leick (1 doubles),
seniors Mari Marzano/Shelby
Homiston (2 doubles, 2nd place
EWC) and senior Sydney
Yang/sophomore Katie Lindow (3
doubles). Senior Katie Anderson
and freshman Allie Bryce were the
varsity alternates.
Sectional qualifiers included
Audra Hoffmann (4th place), Elyse
Gutschow (2nd place) and Sarah
Leick/Jessie Dyksterhouse.
Audra earned a trip to the State
Individual Tournament by winning
her sectional qualifying match. She
won an exciting match over Jessie
OBrien of Madison Edgewood
before falling to Ali Pollack of
University School (who went on to
win the Division 2 state champi-
onship).
Elyse was chosen as special
qualifier and also competed at the
State Individual Tournament. She
won her first match over Olivia
Bretting of Ashland before falling
to Grace Larrain of Wausau New-
man.
Our JV team showed outstand-
ing team spirit and significant skill
improvement throughout the sea-
son. JV players included sopho-
mores Megan Conklin, Hannah
Cantrell and Lily Hart and fresh-
men Donna Karri, Eiley Misfeldt,
Emily Gueseneau and Amelia
Grose.
Team awards were given to all
players at the end-of-season party
hosted by the Anderson family.
Notable varsity awards included
Most Improved Player - Katie Lin-
dow; True Blue awards - Sarah
Leick and Jessie Dyksterhouse
and Most Valuable Player - Elyse
Gutschow.
LKC cheerleaders
perform for years final
championship game
From left: Maddie OBrien, Lydia Waniorek, Cailey Warren, Kellie Hoekstra.
Front: Alison Pieper and Megan Sprinkman.
By Matt Zavada
Back at the end of last season
the administration of the team had
a tough decision about what to do
about the upcoming football sea-
son. After going 0-9 at the varsity
level and anticipating a low num-
ber of upper classman, and a good
number of underclassmen, they
reached a decision to not have a
varsity football team during the
2012 season. The coaches and ad-
ministration were unsure about
how many games would be played
and at what levels. As the season
got closer the schedule turned out
to be a mix of varsity reserve, JV,
and freshmen games. What hap-
pened during this season is a great
story to tell.
There are a couple things that
happened this year that the team
should be proud of, and show that
the program is heading in the right
direction. First, the team ended up
having 49 players come out, up
from 28 last season. The best part
is that the team retained all 49
players all the way through the end
of the season. Of those 49 players,
25 of them were freshmen. Sec-
ond, with the different levels of
games they had this year they
managed to finish with an 8-2-1
record. This was the best season
this team has had since the co-ops
have been in existence.
The manner in which the team
got to a record of 8-2-1 is an excit-
ing accomplishment as well. The
team averaged 35 points a game,
and scored 50 touchdowns on the
season. Thirteen different players
scored points for the team over the
course of the season. The team
outscored their opponents 386-
242. The team rushed for 2,225
yards and passed for 860 yards.
The team rushing leaders were
Caleb Kelley, 106 attempts for 813
yards and 15 touchdowns, and
Austin Greisbach, 65 attempts for
535 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The team receiving leaders were
Dominic Bocchini, 18 receptions
for 324 yards and 5 touchdowns,
and Brennan Ladwig, 13 recep-
tions for 309 yards and 3 touch-
downs. Passing leaders were
James Misfeldt, 23/37 for 382
yards with 5 touchdowns and 2 in-
terceptions, and Eric Bauer, 15/21
for 295 yards with 2 touchdowns
and 1 interception. Defensively
the team forced 27 turnovers,
which included 13 interceptions by
seven different players, led by Eric
Bauer with 4 interceptions.
Next season the LKC squad will
return to varsity football. With the
anticipation of higher numbers
next year, the program will be able
to field two separate teams that
will help build and sustain a strong
program for years to come. The
LKC youth football organization
has worked closely with Coach
Zavada and the high school staff to
help ensure that the LKC football
program is one program working
collectively to achieve successes
on many different levels.
Congratulations on the great
season. The coaches, parents, and
communities are proud of the ac-
complishments of all of the young
men that are a part of this team!
We all look forward to next sea-
son!
2012 Season Scores
LKC 48 Kenosha Christian 28
LKC 21 Sheboygan Fall 8
LKC 48 Kettle Morraine
Lutheran 13
LKC 35 Howards Grove 12
LKC 34 Milwaukee Lutheran 16
LKC 14 Homestead 14
LKC 40 West Bend West 35
LKC 26 Oostburg 20
LKC 13 Cedar Grove 46
LKC 49 Kenosha Christian 6
(Homecoming)
LKC 14 Lake Country
Lutheran 44
LKC High School Team
has Successful Season
Four members of the Kohler
boys soccer team were awared All-
Central Lakeshore Conference
honors in all-conference voting.
Leading the way was Connor
Hogan, who was a unanimous
choice for first team. Named to
second team were Joe Pellowski,
Ben Madigan, and, Calvin Ste-
fanczyk.
Kohler High School senior
Logan Willis, who helped lead the
boys golf team to its first Division
3 WIAAstate title in 2011, will be
signing a National Letter of Intent
for Division 1 womens golf at
Loyola University in Chicago.
Willis has received numerous
honors, broken a number of scor-
ing records, and won several
WPGA Junior Tour Events all
while maintaining a 4.0 GPA in her
academics at Kohler. A signing
ceremony will be held at the
school in mid-November.
Loyolas womens golf team fin-
ished the spring 2011-12 season
second in conference champi-
onship play, and are the top-ranked
team in the Horizon League at the
end of the 2012-13 fall season.
Look for more in the November
15 or December 1 issue of The
Kohler Villager.
KHS golfer, Logan Willis, to sign
NCAA Div. 1 Letter of Intent
Four Kohler soccer players
earn CLC honors
Logan Willis volunteering as standard
bearer at 2012 U.S. Womens Open in
July
Two Kohler girls
tennis players make
trip to state
Elyse Gutschow, Coach Wendy Tauscheck, Audra Hoffmann
Connor Hogan Joe Pellowski Ben Madigan Calvin Stefanczyk
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THE
VILLAGE VIEW
www.kohlervillage.org
Village Meetings Scheduled for
November
11/5 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
11/5 Property Committee 5:00 pm
11/7 Library
Noon (at library)
11/12 Village Board 5:30 pm
11/15 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
11/19 Special Village
Board 5:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Vil-
lage Hall, 319 Highland Drive, un-
less otherwise 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.
If you are not registered to vote in the
Village, voter registration is available
in the Clerk/Treasurers Office until
Friday, November 2
nd
or at the polls on
Election Day. You must have lived in
the Village for 28 days to register.
Also, you will need your WI Driver
License number and show Proof of
Residency. Acceptable forms for Proof
of Residency must include: current
and complete name, including both
given and family name; and current
and complete residential address. Ac-
ceptable forms include: current &
valid WI driver license; current &
valid WI identification card; official
identification card/license issued by a
WI governmental body; ID issued by
an employer bearing a photo (not a
business card); real estate tax bill/re-
ceipt for current year or year preced-
ing the date of the Election; residential
lease effective for a period that in-
cludes Election Day; university/col-
lege/technical institute ID card, must
include photo, along with a fee receipt
dated within the last 9 months; utility
bill for the period commencing not
earlier than 90 days before Election
Day; bank statement; paycheck; check
or other document issued by a unit of
government.
The deadline for requesting an absen-
tee ballot by mail is Thursday, Novem-
ber 1. Absentee voting in the
Clerk/Treasurers Office ends at 5:00
pm on Friday, November 2.
For more information about voter reg-
istration, absentee voting and upcom-
ing elections, contact the Clerk-Trea-
surers office at 920-459-3873.
Office Hours
The Village Offices will be closed
Thursday, November 22, and Friday,
November 23, in observance of the
Thanksgiving Holiday. Regular office
hours are: Monday-Friday, 7:30am-
4:00pm.
Nomination Papers for Spring Elec-
tion
Saturday, December 1, 2012, is the
first day to circulate nomination pa-
pers for the 2013 Spring Election.
Nomination papers are available at the
Village Offices during regular business
hours or on-line at www.gab.wi.gov.
The due date for filing nomination pa-
pers is Wednesday, January 2, 2013, at
5:00 pm. All terms begin on April 16,
2013, and are for two years. The fol-
lowing offices are to be elected to suc-
ceed the present incumbents listed:
Village President Thomas Schnettler
Village Trustee Bill Kunst
Village Trustee Brian Post
Village Trustee Dietmar Wohlge-
muth
If you have any questions regarding
nomination papers, please contact the
Village Clerk-Treasurers Office, 920-
459-3873. The Spring Primary, if
needed, will be held on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 19, 2013, and the Spring Elec-
tion will be held on Tuesday, April 2,
2013.
The Village of Kohlers Historic
Hunt
Theres still time to enter for a chance
to win a $500 holiday shopping spree
at the Shops at Woodlake! Provide
your best answers to the 100 questions
on the Historic Hunt. Questions are
available at the Village Hall, Kohler
Public Library, or you may find them
online at www.kohlervillager.com. En-
tries must be submitted to Village Hall
by 12:00 pm on Monday, November
12, 2012. Be sure to include your
household name and contact informa-
tion. A winner will be selected 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.
From Police
Chief Bill Rutten
Gunlocks: With gun deer hunting
season right around the corner, the
Kohler Police Department is remind-
ing all those with firearms to use cau-
tion when handling firearms. Also, the
Kohler Police Department continues to
supply Masterlock trigger locks for all
residents that want one. One free gun-
lock can be obtained from the police
department just by stopping in. For
those who have already obtained one
in 2012, another can be obtained start-
ing in 2013. In addition to the Master-
lock trigger locks provided by the
Kohler Police Department, a federal
program, Project Childsafe continues
to have locks available at the police
department, while supplies last. These
locks are the cable lock variety and
anyone may request up to three of
those for their guns too.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
LEAF COLLECTION:
Leaf collection will continue until De-
cember 3
rd
. Leaves should be raked
into the street along the curb in a
three-foot (3) wide row. No grass
clippings, sticks, and other garden
waste are allowed. On garbage days,
please do not put your containers in
the street as this interferes with the
machinerys ability to get to the
leaves.
SNOW EMERGENCY:
To find out if a snow emergency is in
effect for the Village, listen to WHBL
1330, watch the village website
www.kohlervillage.org or call 459-
3881. A snow emergency is called
when accumulation is expected to ex-
ceed five inches. There is no parking
on village streets during a snow emer-
gency.
SNOW REMOVAL:
Winter is nearly upon us. Here are
some reminders on Village snow re-
moval ordinances and policies.
1. Please remember to shovel your
sidewalks within 24 hours after a
snowfall event.
2. Do not blow or shovel snow back
into the street.
3. Please remove vehicles from the
street when the plows are in operation.
Actions taken by the Village Board
during their September 10 meeting:
Accepted donation of bronze map
emblems as dedicated by the
Kohler Co. and approve as an offi-
cial emblem of the Village.
Approved Hazard Mitigation materi-
als utilized in the development of
Sheboygan County Hazard Mitiga-
tion Plan.
Approved Operators Licenses as re-
quested.
Approved Ordinance 2012-9, Re-
garding Parking
Approved Temporary Class B beer
license for Coastal Connections
Sheboygan County Chamber of
Commerce for Oktober Feast to be
held 10/11/12 at the Kohler Design
Center.
Approved July 2012 Revenue/Ex-
pense Reports, bank reconciliation
and journal entries.
Approved proposal from Bray Archi-
tects to complete an Option Study
for the Fire Department Building
for $3,500 with reimbursable ex-
penses.
Awarded bid to Dirkse Glass, Inc. for
Memorial Building Gymnasium
windows, $34,900.
Awarded bid to A. Chappa Construc-
tion, LLC for masonry work for
Memorial Building Gymnasium
windows on a time and materials
basis not to exceed $30,230.
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
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
Kohler High School's National
Honor Society (NHS) was honored
to announce many new members
this year. NHS is a premier, na-
tional organization established to
recognize outstanding high school
students. More than just an honor
roll, NHS serves to honor those
students who have demonstrated
excellence in the areas of Scholar-
ship, Leadership, Service and
Character. Current members Katie
Anderson, Cole Brock, Sam
Dedek, Danielle Dyksterhouse,
Connor Hogan, Shelby Homiston,
Madeline Kelly, Kristina Kusel,
Abigail Lee, Sarah Leick, Tyler
Lewis, Rachel Maggi, Molly Mis-
feldt, Kittty ONeill, Greg Suralik,
Nate Tures, Tim Valicenti, Katelyn
Van Treeck, Logan Willis, Sydney
Yang, and Seerena Yang will wel-
come the new members at the in-
duction ceremony on Wednesday,
November 14, 2012 at 4:00 PM in
the Kohler Memorial Theater.
New members include Anne Ben-
ishek, Philip Case, Derek Egbert,
Annabelle Goese, Lindsey Gris-
wold, Andrew Grose, Valerie
Linck, Grace Lofgren, Mari
Marzano, Billy ONeill, Courtney
Rutten, Kyle Struck, Paul Vicenti,
Logan Wright, and Emma Ziemer.
Congratulations!
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election to be held in the
School District of Kohler on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, three members
at large are to be elected to succeed the present incumbent listed.
The term of office for school board members is three years beginning
on Monday, April 22, 2013.
INCUMBENT
Diane Kelly
Marlene Yang
Matt Kautzer (2 year term)
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration State-
ment and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later than 4:00
p.m. on Wednesday, January 2, 2013, in the Kohler School District
office located at 333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, between the
hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, mailed
to the address noted above or filed personally with the school district
clerk, Laura Kohler or school district deputy clerk, Ms. Quynh True-
blood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the
primary will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from
the school district office.
Given under my hand, on November, 2012.
____________________________
Laura Kohler
District Clerk
/paba
During the October 15 Board
Meeting, The Kohler School
Board honored former President,
Jane Bishop, who resigned earlier
this fall after 10 years of service to
the community. During her tenure
on the School Board, she guided
Kohler Public Schools through a
period of enormous growth and
achievement in the District.
Dr. Jane Bishop
honored for her
Long term service
to the community
Submitted by the Kohler School
Board
During the October 15 Board
meeting, The Kohler School Board
appointed Matt Kautzer to fill the
Board vacancy left when Board
President, Dr. Jane Bishop re-
signed earlier this Fall.
I want to serve on the school
board to help continue the strong
tradition of the Kohler School Dis-
trict and to play a role in maintain-
ing and strengthening the
competitive advantage that we all
enjoy as residents and parents of
children in the District. I have a
tremendous amount of pride in
everything that I do and, more
specifically, everything that is
Kohler. The three primary qualities
that I would bring to the Board
are character, commitment,
competence. I subscribe to the
GPA (Goals, Plan, Action) ap-
proach in problem solving and
have found that this simple ap-
proach is universally applicable
and effective in providing clarity
to unclear situations said Kautzer.
Matt has a Bachelor of Business
Administration Accounting de-
gree from the University of Wis-
consin, Milwaukee. He was a
member of the finance staff with
the Kohler Company for 14 years
and is currently a credit counselor
with the Family Service Associa-
tion, a not-for profit agency in
Sheboygan. Matt and his wife,
Tamara, have a 5 year old daughter
attending the Kohler Public
School.
Matt will serve in this appointed
position until the upcoming Spring
election.
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT KOHLER
SCHOOL FRIENDS
by
Donating Bake Sale Items
(cakes, pies, muffins, breads, cookies,
brownies, cut bars, snack mixes)
for
Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Saturday, November 17
Help support Kohler Schools by donating items
to be sold during the KSF Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Drop off donations Thursday or Friday, November 15
th
or 16
th
7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in Jill Lewinskis classroom
or
Friday, November 16
th
3:30-7:00 p.m. in the gym lobby
Creative packaging is greatly appreciated,
but not necessary
Questions??? Contact:
Jennifer Roeber 467-0623
A team from Sheboygan North
High School won the 23rd annual
Lakeland College Michael J. De-
vaney Math Meet, held Oct. 8 at
Lakeland.
Members of the winning North
team were seniors Joseph Hameis-
ter, Eli Maczuzak, Kaley Meicher
and Chris Wheeler; juniors Samuel
Wang and Jonathan Cook; sopho-
more Morgan Ross; and freshman
Andrew Suscha.
Second place went to team No.
1 from Sheboygan South and third
place went to Kohler team No. 1.
Two teams from North and a team
from Plymouth came in fourth,
fifth and sixth, respectively, among
the 31 teams entered. Cedar
Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-
Glenbeulah, Howards Grove and
Sheboygan County Christian also
had teams in the competition,
which included 210 students.
Tim Valicenti from Kohler won
a medal for the top individual
score of 30 out of a possible 40
points. Second place went to
Molly Knoedler from North with a
score of 29. Third place went to
Heath Reinl from South (28).
Fourth place went to Morgan Ross
from North (25). Fifth place went
to John Cook from North (24).
Sixth place was shared by Nate
Tures from Kohler and Trenton
Sarnowski and Claire Andreasen,
both from North (22).
Eight other students won Honor-
able Mention awards: Joseph
Hameister, Chris Wheeler, Eli
Maczuzak, Sam Wang, Nicole
Dahle and Kaley Meicher from
North, and Richard Walvert and
Nick Steenwyk from Sheboygan
Christian.
Kohler takes third at Lakeland
College math meet, Valicenti,
Tures medal
The School Board Appoints
New Board Member
Students inducted into
National Honor Society
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM NOVEMBER 1, 2012
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Weve got SPIRIT,
yes we do!
Weve got SPIRIT, and
you can too!
Kohler Booster Club is selling
Spirit Wear! Sweatshirts, T-shirts,
Sweatpants, Hats Order forms can
be found at the High School office
or online at:
kohlervillager.com/spirit/form.pdf.
(All orders will arrive in time
for Christmas) Questions: contact
Suzanne Fink @ 783-6056.
Kohler School
Fitness Center hours of operation
November 12th to
February 4th
Monday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Tuesday
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:00-9:00 p.m.
Thursday
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Friday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:30-5:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:00a.m-12:00 p.m.
Sunday
12:00-6:00 p.m.
If you have any questions
please contact Doug Bocchini
803-7205 at Kohler Schools.
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 program
to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities and are at least three years old. Upon request, the school district will screen a child
who has not graduated high school to determine whether a special education referral is appropriate. A request may be made by con-
tacting the Special Education Director at 459-2920.
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
6:00 p.m. in the Kohler District Conference
Room. Roll Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The
following board members were present: Diane
Kelly, Marlene Yang, and John Suralik. Laura
Kohler was absent.
Statement of Public Notice
September 7, 2012
Approval of Agenda
Diane Kelly moved to approve the agenda.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
To consider employment, contracts and per-
formance-related information for employees
over which the school board has jurisdiction or
exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats.
19.85 (1) (c), 118.25, 119.85(f).
John Suralik moved to convene into closed ses-
sion. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion
carried.
Discussion Items
Special Education Program Update
Plan for COTW meeting on September 25 to
include Superintendent expectations
Change committee structure
Update on the vacancy process
Review school board elections statute
Discussion was held
Diane Kelly moved to reconvene into open ses-
sion. John Suralik seconded. The meeting re-
convened into open session at 7:05 pm.
Board President's Report
Marlene is scheduled to participate in two ses-
sions of WASB webinars in September and No-
vember. The board retreat is scheduled for
November 8. The finance committee will con-
tinue but rest of work will flow through the
COTW.
Superintendent's Report
Quynh is opening negotiations with KEA. She
has received many compliments regarding the
new web site. All of the teachers now have lap-
top computers with Windows 7 as the operating
system. The staff development schedule is
well-planned and has a monthly cycle. The goal
is to utilize the staff expertise. The state report
card includes teacher evaluations. The ultimate
goal is to help the staff be successful with
strategic plan and the state report card.
Presentation of Honorarium to Dana Krejcarek
Review of District Finances
John noted that the 12-13 budget continues to
be refined with the recent release of state aid
amounts. A surplus is forecasted, however, we
are still waiting for the 3rd Friday count and the
WRS contribution amounts from the state.
Consent Agenda
A. Approval of the August Regular Board meet-
ing minutes
B. Approval of the August 27 Special Board
meeting minutes
C. Approval of Invoices
D. Report of the Finance Personnel and Oper-
ations Committee
John Suralik moved to approve the consent
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Recommendation to elect Board Officers
Quynh asked for the nomination for board pres-
ident. John Suralik nominated Marlene Yang.
Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Marlene Yang
is president. Marlene nominated Diane Kelly
as vice-president. John seconded. All ayes.
Diane Kelly is vice-president. Marlene nomi-
nated John as treasurer. Diane seconded. All
ayes. John Suralik is treasurer. Marlene nomi-
nated Laura Kohler as board clerk. Diane sec-
onded. All ayes. Laura Kohler is board clerk.
Motion carried.
Recommendation to hold the regular board
meeting on October 15, 2012
John moved to move the regular board meeting
scheduled for October 8 to October 15th.
Diane seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Recommendation to hold the annual meeting
on October 29, 2012 in lieu of the October
COTW meeting
Diane moved to hold the annual meeting on
October 29 in lieu of the October COTW meet-
ing. John seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjournment
John moved to adjourn. Diane seconded. All
ayes. Meeting adjourned at 7:25 pm.
Important Future Dates
Monday, September 24COTW meeting @
6:00 pm District Office Conference Room
Monday, October 15Regular Board meeting
@ 7:00 pm Kohler Public Library
Monday, October 29Annual meeting @ 7:30
pm Kohler Public Libary
Kohler School Board of Education Regular Meeting
Minutes
September 10, 2012
Auditions for the 2012 Kohler
Madrigal Singers was held on
September 19, 2012. The 2012
Kohler Madrigal Singers are:
Soprano singers: Annabelle
Goese, Elyse Gutschow, Grace
Lofgren, Katie Ruelle, and Seer-
ena Yang
Alto singers: Hannah Cantrell,
Megan Conklin, Jessica Dykster-
house, and Sarah Leick
Tenor singers: Andrew Grose,
David Shapiro, and Logan Wright
Bass singers: Zach Neil, Joe Pel-
lowski, Greg Suralik, and John
Tengowski
Congratulations to all the singers!
**Open to the public
**Sat. November 17th
Kohler Craft Fair 11:30 am (Jazz
Band 11:00)
Sat. December 1
Johnsonville Laacks club be there
11:20 1:30ish
Mon. Decmber 3
At Town & Country for Lyons. Per-
formance @ 8:00 pm
** Fri. December 7
American Club Library 5-7:00
Sat. December 8
Qrt. Century Club American Club
1:40ish
Blue Harbor 5:15 6:00 pm
Mon. December 10th
TOUR
Tue. December 11
Am. Club Kiwanis 12:30
M & I Bank on Taylor in Sheboygan
7:15 8:00
** Thur. December 13
Winter Vocal Concert 7:30
Tue. December 18th
Performance @ 7:30 First United
Lutheran Church for Sons of Nor-
way
** Sunday, Dec. 16 ++
Waelderhaus 2:00 be there 1:45
** Wed. December 19th Green
Lawn Memorial Cty Trk O 7:00
pm
On, Tuesday, November 13, the
Kohler Band Department will
present its Fall Band Concert. The
concert, which features the Con-
cert Band, Symphony Band, and
Jazz Ensemble, will begin at 7:30
p.m. in the Kohler Memorial The-
ater.
The program will feature music
selections sure to please everyone.
The theme of the concert is Fan-
tasies and Fairy Tales.
The middle school Concert
Band will be performing Michael
Sweeneys Ancient Voices, a pic-
turesque piece called Portrait of a
Clown and new selection called
Castles and Dragons.
The high school Symphony
Band will open their portion of the
concert with Mark Williamss Fan-
tasy on Yankee Doodle followed
by Samuel Hazos Voices of the
Sky. One of the students favorites
on the program is called Earth-
dance. This piece celebrates the
natural rhythms and forces that
come from within our beloved
planet.
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MADRIGAL
PERFORMANCE
DATES
2012 KOHLER MADRIGAL
SINGERS
The Jazz Ensemble will con-
clude the concert with Ellingtogs
Caravan, Mile Davis All Blue, and
a Henry Mancinis classic piece
The Pink Panther.
The bands are directed by
Richard Tengowski. The concert is
free and open to the public.
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Farm Fresh American Cuisine at The Wisconsin
Room Honors States Great Heritage
The harvest-themed seasonal menu and diligent farm fresh efforts offer delectable flavors from one of
Wisconsins most historic restaurants, located at The American Club Resort in Kohler, Wisconsin
Its harvest time at The American
Club Resort and its most historic
restaurant, The Wisconsin Room, is
celebrating with a new farm fresh
menu, featuring seasonal selections
of the finest meats, fish and produce
the region has to offer. Partnering
with several local vendors, the up-
scale dining experience at The Wis-
consin Room offers the opportunity
to savor Wisconsin history and deli-
cious food.
Executive Chef Rick Boyer and
Chef Alexander Glass lead The Wis-
consin Room efforts in diligently
choosing the best local product for
guests, from the restaurants onsite
herb and vegetable garden in the
courtyard in The American Club to
working with several local farmers
such as Trust Earth Farms, Fox Valley
Pork, LaClare Farms, The Garden
and Dominion Valley Farms.
Fall menus are my favorite to plan
because of the delicious assortment
of squash, pumpkins and vegetables
that allow us to be creative in the
kitchen. Its important to our staff to
provide an authentic dining experi-
ence and the freshness and simplicity
of the products we use allow us to do
so, said Chef Alexander Glass.
Theres no better way to enjoy a
Wisconsin seasonal menu than in one
of the most historical restaurants in
the State.
The Wisconsin Room, part of the
Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Dia-
mond American Club Resort, was
built in 1918 when the building was
constructed to house immigrants
working in the Kohler Co. factory.
The housing was offered to workers
at a reasonable cost, $27.50/day, so
that they could build a savings before
they brought their families over to
America. The Wisconsin Room at
that time served as the dining hall
where workers enjoyed hearty meals.
Today, two handmade tapestries de-
picting the ethnic groups of Wiscon-
sin and the areas where they settled
hang on the north and south walls and
a quotation on the right window
Life without labor is guilt, labor with-
out art is brutality, reflecting the
Kohler belief through the generations
to this day that everything produced,
be it a product or service, must be
done in an artful way.
Guests had their first opportunity
to enjoy the refreshed menu during
the Kohler Food & Wine Experience.
The 12th annual, four-day festival re-
turned October 18-21 showcasing top
culinary, wine and spirits talent from
around the country. This years top
chef masters included Food Network
star Anne Burrell, Americas Test
Kitchen host and author Christopher
Kimball, host of Lidias Italy and
best-selling author Lidia Bastianich
and Tony Mantuano, author and
chef/partner of Spiaggia, Bar Toma
and Terzo Piano in Chicago, and
Mangia Trattoria in Kenosha.
Aerial Yoga Workshops
Aerial yoga is a combination of
traditional yoga poses done on the
floor and poses practiced using a soft
fabric trapeze or hammock called a
sling suspended at waist height. The
sling is a prop like a strap or block
intended to assist alignment deepen
awareness and provide immediate
benefits of spinal decompression.
With the weight of the body partially
or fully supported along with the
help of gravity and the fabric we can
explore and create space in our bod-
ies as intended in traditional yoga
practice.
Through aerial yoga the body un-
winds the mind quiets and core
strength is built; participants leave
the class feeling whole.
Many newcomers enjoy working with
the sling because with the help of
gravity there is very little pressure or
stress on the joints especially the
spine. Inversions are accessed easily
with no strain on the neck back or
shoulders.
Gravity eases us into optimal
alignment with very little effort and
deep poses can be accessed through
relaxation and deep breathing. Our
relaxation response is heightened by
the unique sensations accessed in aer-
ial yoga.
Hanging in the sling makes our
core muscles fire. It is so much fun
you dont even realize what a great
workout youre getting. Transitioning
in and out of the aerial yoga poses
builds upper body strength and rest-
ing in the poses heightens relaxation
for a balanced effort overall.
Please call Yoga on the Lake at 920-
453-2817 for workshop dates and
times.
Intro to Aerial Yoga with Pam LaBouve
Sunday, November 4
10:30am-12:30pm
Yoga on the Lake
Aerial Yoga maintains the stretching, balance,
strengthening and core involvement of traditional but
takes it to new heights with the use of silk ham-
mocks. The hammocks provide full body support and
also add resistance to your practice. In this introduc-
tory workshop you will focus on traditional yoga pos-
tures and how to integrate the hammock for a
practice that is both exhilarating and fun! Youll also
experience some basic hip openers, inversions and
backbends. All levels welcome.
Fee: $50.00
920-453-2817
Kohler Golf Academy Indoor Studio
Open TuesdaysSundays beginning November 6
Shops of Woodlake in Kohler
Kohler Golf Academy, ranked in the top 50 best golf
schools in America by GOLF Magazine, is located in
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler during the winter
months and offers golf lessons, practice sessions,
club fitting and repair as well as golf merchandise
and apparel from Blackwolf Run and Whistling
Straits. Focus on your game year round with our two
indoor hitting bays, large putting green, and state-of-
the-art game improvement technology including JC
Video software and launch monitor.
920-565-6075
Assisting the Art of Giving and Receiving with
Deb Sampson
Saturday November 10
Noon-2pm
Yoga on the Lake
You know how wonderful it feels to have a teacher
assist you in your practice. This workshop is de-
signed to help you deepen your practice through as-
sists. You will learn the basics of how to assist in
various yoga poses. Learning the art of giving and re-
ceiving, its a beautiful experience.
Fee: $35.00
920-453-2817
Sports Core
Line Dancing
Wednesday, November 14
6:45-8:15pm
Line dancing is a great way to get moving and have
lots of fun. Get your feet to move while your brain
stays engaged. Well start with The Stray Cat Strut
and move on to the Boot Scootin Boogie! Have you
ever been at a wedding when everyone else seems
to know how to do the The Electric Slide or The
Hustle? Well this is the chance for you to learn these
dances too. Instructor Sue Alby will give clear direc-
tions on the breakdown of the dance. We will also be
doing mambo, cha-cha and samba line dances.
$6 Fitness / $7 Standard / $10 Non-member
(920) 457-4444
Sports Core
BOOT CAMP
TRX training with circuit programming that includes
battle ropes, punching bags, heavy balls and re-
bounder, TRX Rip Training and a few other sur-
prises we may throw at you.
Tuesdays, November 6 - December 11
6-6:45am
Member $36, Non-Member $51
(920) 457-4444
Wisconsin Holiday Market
The American Club
November 16, 9am-7pm
November 17, 9am-5pm
November 18, 9am-3pm
$6 admission
Join us for the 2012 Wisconsin Holiday Market as we
celebrate the 30th year of the show. Featuring over
100 specialty vendors, this three day event show-
cases beautifully hand-crafted holiday dcor, unique
gifts for the entire family, specialty candies and
baked goods. Located on the conference level of the
American Club, the Wisconsin Holiday Market is the
perfect way to start the season!
Holiday Market Luncheon Buffet will be available in
The Wisconsin Room on Friday and Saturday from
Noon to 2pm. $15.95, excluding beverage, tax and
gratuity.
920-457-8000
End of Season Holiday Sale
Blackwolf Run Wolf Pack Bear Clan Room
November 16, 10am-8pm
November 17, 8am-4pm
Visit Blackwolf Run for the End of Season Holiday
Sale and enjoy 20-80% savings on official Whistling
Straits and Blackwolf Run logoed apparel and acces-
sories. Special Offer: For every $50 purchase, re-
ceive a $5 Blackwolf Run/Whistling Straits
redeemable only at Blackwolf Run or Whistling
Straits Restaurant or Golf Shop.
Coats, Caps and Coffee
November 17, 10am-5pm
Art Imigs Clothiers
A special showing and special pricing on winter jack-
ets, coats and caps during this one day event featur-
ing Wellensteyn, Hart Schaffner Marx, Rodd and
Gun, Remy and Wiegens caps.
920-459-4190
Restorative Aerial Yoga with Jessica Warren
Saturday November 17
10:45am-12:45pm
Yoga on the Lake
This workshop will explore the depth and awareness
that is brought to a traditional restorative yoga prac-
tice when a silk hammock is used. Youll re-examine
basic postures by holding them longer to encourage
greater opening and relaxation. Youll leave feeling
strengthened, renewed and re-energized. This is also
an all levels workshop.
Fee: $50.00
920-453-2817
Rocking your Inner Goddess with Jessica Warren
Saturday November 17
7- 9pm
Yoga on the Lake
This is a whole new take on Girls night out. Grab
your besties, your mat and join me for a night focus-
ing on the amazing power, bonds and energy of
women. Well start out slowly moving through Sun
Salutations to warm our bodies and create heat and
comfort as we get to know each other and reconnect
with ourselves. Then well pick up the pace, turn up
the music and have fun! Winding down with some
group and partner postures will bring us balance and
connect us more deeply with friends, new and old.
This is an experience youll want to share with all the
amazing women in your life!
Fee: 30.00
920-453-2817
Sports CoreKids Night Out!
Friday, November 17
Everyone needs a night out now and then! Why not
make it a fun evening for the kids, too? We will take
the children swimming* and enjoy dinner from Take
5 (included in your registration fee) and a movie (G
or PG-13 rated). Popcorn and beverages will also be
provided. Dont forget your pillow and sleeping bag!
Please complete a registration form indicating your
menu choice. SPECIAL NOTE: Children MUST be
potty trained to be registered for this program.
$20.00 fitness/$25.00 Standard/$30.00 Guest
$45.00 family rate fitness/$55 standard family
rate/$65.00 guest family rate*
(family rate = 3 or more children)
(920) 457-4444
Kids Got Rhythm
Saturday, November 17
10:15-11am
Sports Core
Ages: 6 years and up
This class combines traditional aerobic movements
with the beat and rhythm of the drums. This is a
workout for the entire body, mind and spiritperfect
for all ages. Feel and experience the pulsating
rhythms, dynamic movements and powerful percus-
sions of this new high-energy dance-and-rhythm pro-
gram. All equipment will be provided.
COST: Free for Members / $8 Non-members
(920) 457-4444
Sports Core TINY TOT KAMPS
These popular programs are offered monthly for our
younger friends to enjoy (and give mom or dad a bit
of a break, too!) We offer age-appropriate crafts and
games with a story tying it all together. Snack and
beverage are included. Kids 2-3 yr. old.
Tuesday, November 20
Wednesday, November 7
9:00-10:30am
Fees:
$8.00 Sports Core member
$13.00/Non-member
(920) 457-4444
Set the Night Aglow Tree Lighting
November 23, times of activities vary throughout the
day
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
Most activities complimentary
Welcome the holiday season with the 7
th
annual com-
munity tree-lighting program. Enjoy complimentary
horse-drawn wagon rides, live reindeer, a visit from
Santa, and explore the collection of shops. Discover
exciting promotions and complimentary events.
920-459-1713
Toys for Tots
November 23 December 20
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
We are accepting new, unwrapped toys for the She-
boygan County program.
920-453-2874
Holiday Gift Wrapping
November 23 December 24, Daily 11am-6pm
Christmas Eve 10am-4pm
The Shops at Woodlake Holiday Customer Service
Center located next to Scentualities
Complimentary gift wrapping for all your Shops at
Woodlake purchases.
920-459-1713
Letters to Santa
November 23 December 24
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Complimentary
Kids can post their holiday wish lists to the North
Pole in our Santa Mailbox.
920-453-2874
Visit with Santa
November 24, December 1, 8, 15 & 22, 1-3pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Complimentary
920-453-2874
Practice Dance Party
Wednesday, November 28
6:45-8:45pm
Sports Core
Join local dance instructor Sue Alby for a practice
party; the first half hour will feature Rumba and West
Coast Swing followed by an open dance party.
Preregistration is required; sign up at the reception
desk. Limited enrollment.
$6 Fitness / $7 Standard / $10 Non-Member
(920) 457-4444
Sports Core is now featuring...TRX
FITNESS
Total body class combining TRX strength, core, and
flexibility!
Tuesdays, November 20 - December 18
5:45-6:30pm -
Member $30, Non-Member $43
Tuesdays, November 27 - December 18
6:45-7:30 pm -
Member $24, Non-Member $34
Fridays, November 30 - December 21
9:15-10am -
Member $24, Non-Member $34
(920) 457-4444
Take 5 Caf at Sports Core
Enjoy 20% off any healthy choice item on the Take 5
menu.
(920) 457-4444
PRO SHOP at Sports Core
Black Friday Special - Make every Friday a Black
Friday and enjoy 20% off your entire purchase.
(920) 457-4444
Jewelry Trunk Show: featuring local jeweler
Shayna Illingworth
Friday, November 16
5:30-6:30pm Yoga Practice
6:30-9pm Holiday Shopping
Saturday November, 17
10am-2pm Holiday Shopping
Join us for a flowing yoga practice set to great music.
Enjoy an hour of delightfully unpredictable, dynamic
and creative yoga, designed to bring you into the
present moment. Following class Shayna will be in
the studio showcasing her beautiful, one of a kind
pieces. All items will be available for purchase.
Fee: Complimentary
920-453-2817