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Volume 9, Number 5
OCTOBER 1, 2013
Kohler High School has
been named a 2013
Blue Ribbon School
by the U.S. Depart-
ment of Education
for overall aca-
demic excellence
or success in im-
proving their stu-
dent academic
achievement.
Kohler is among only
seven schools in the state to re-
ceive the recognition. Five of those
schools are public schools, while
two are private. Among the five
public schools to receive the
award, Kohler is the only high
school.
The other Blue Ribbon schools
in Wisconsin include Aquinas
Catholic Middle School in La
Crosse; Country Meadows Ele-
mentary School in
Muskego; Grafton El-
ementary School in
Grafton; Our Re-
deemer Lutheran
School in
Wa u w a t o s a ;
Ridgeway Ele-
mentary School in
Ridgeway; and
Suamico Elementary
School in Suamico.
The Blue Ribbon Schools Pro-
gram began in 1982 to recognize
schools where leaders articulate a
vision of excellence and stay in-
volved in day-to-day learning,
have high standards for teachers,
students and administrators, dili-
gently use data to adapt teaching
and learning to support every stu-
dent, and have a culture of mutual
respect and trust. Each school ap-
plied for the honor and provided
evidence of student academic
achievement.
Kohler received the same award
in 1988-89.
State Superintendent Tony
Evers nominated the schools last
fall, and the recipients were chosen
by the U.S. Department of Educa-
tion. Each award winning school
will receive a plaque and flag, and
a principal and teacher from each
will attend a November recogni-
tion ceremony in Washington,
D.C. Kohler will be represented by
science teacher Dana Krejcarek.
Students from all grades in
Kohler gathered in the Kohler Me-
morial Theatre to view a recorded
broadcast from U.S. Secretary of
Education Arne Duncan. Dr. Dun-
can stated that the Blue Ribbon
Schools were an inspiration to the
region and entire nation, and urged
them to “transform your schools
into engines”
Kohler Schools superintendent
Quynh Trueblood spoke to the au-
dience of students and teachers,
followed by School Board Presi-
dent Marlene Yang, teachers Jessie
Good (who offered an emotional
dedication to recently retired
teachers), Jodi Grossen, Rich Ten-
gowski, Lori Hucke, Dana Krej-
carek, and students Andrew Grose,
Anne Benishek, Megan Conklin,
John Tengowski, and Logan
Wright. Director of Student Life
Doug Bocchini gave the closing
message. The students all received
ice cream sandwiches as they ex-
ited the theatre.
Seminars
selling fast
at Kohler
Food & Wine
Experience
Tickets are selling fast for the
13
th
annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience at The American Club
resort and hotel rooms at The
American Club and Inn on Wood-
lake are fully committed for the
event. The four-day extravaganza
of food, wine and fun boasts sem-
inars, celebrity chef presentations,
intimate wine tastings and
evening celebrations. Many sem-
inars are already sold-out or are
approaching sell-out.
Food and wine enthusiasts are
urged to purchase tickets now to
ensure a spot at favorite events or
with a favorite celebrity chef.
Tickets available purchase at
www.KohlerFoodandWine.net or
866-243-8548.
Out-of-town guests are encour-
aged to experience overnight ac-
commodations at The Ostoff
Resort or Blue Harbor Resort &
Spa, both located 20 minutes from
Kohler. The Osthoff Resort is a
AAA Four Diamond resort lo-
cated on 500 ft of recreational
lakefront in Elkhart Lake, Wis-
consin. Rooms starting at $176
per night. Transportation to/from
Kohler High School named 2013
National Blue Ribbon School by
U.S. Department of Education
Continued on page 12
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Andrew Grose, a senior at
Kohler High School, has been se-
lected as a member of the 2013
Wisconsin School Music Associa-
tion’s (WSMA) State Honors
Music Project. He was chosen as
one of 25 tenors in the Honors
Mixed Choir.
The High School State Honors
Music Project is designed to “pro-
vide musically talented students
with the opportunity to rehearse
and perform with the nation's
finest conductors in a professional
and highly disciplined setting. Stu-
dents are challenged to perform at
their musical best throughout the
rehearsal period, which culminates
with an inspired performance, cel-
ebrating the reach of music educa-
tion statewide.”
Over 1500 students, throughout
the state, auditioned in February
for the opportunity to be part of
one of the State’s ensembles. Last
year, Andrew was selected as a
percussionist for the 2012 State
Honors Band. He will have the rare
experience of being selected for
the State Honors Project as both an
instrumentalist and a vocalist.
In June, the musicians attended
an intensive 4-day camp at UW-
Green Bay where they met with
their conductor and rehearsed as a
newly formed ensemble. Next
month, the choir will reconvene in
Madison to perform a concert at
the Overture Center For the Arts
on October 24 during the Wiscon-
sin State Music Conference. The
concert is open to the public and
tickets are available through
www.overturecenter.com.
Andrew is a vocal student of
Mrs. Lori Hucke and Mr. Michael
Schulz. He has performed in the
KHS Concert Choir, Madrigals,
Show Choir, CLC Honors Choirs,
Solo/Ensemble program and the
St. John the Evangelist choir, and
in all four musical theater produc-
tions while attending KHS. An-
drew is not only an excellent
musician, but an overall strong
leader at Kohler High School, An-
drew is grateful to Mrs. Hucke for
her support and encouragement
throughout the audition process
and for helping him work toward
his musical goals.
Kohler High senior selected to
be member of state Honors
Music Project
Girl Scout Troop
8048 earns
Bronze Award
Submitted by Girl Scout Troop
8048
Last spring, Girl Scout troop
8048 of Kohler earned the Bronze
Award. The Bronze award is the
highest award a Junior Girl Scout
can earn. Our troop researched
possible needs in the community
around us where we could be of
service. We found that need in Ply-
mouth at Rocky Knoll. Rocky
Knoll is a health care center that
offers long term nursing care and
short term rehabilitative care. Once
we took the tour of Rocky Knoll
with the director of entertainment,
Kim Loose, we decided what we
needed and wanted to do. We
wanted to spruce up their life in the
nursing home. So we decided to
make seasonal and holiday center-
pieces for tables in the dining
rooms and other places in the cen-
ter. We also did a hands-on craft
with the residents as part of our
project.
In order to plan for the project
we organized committees to ad-
dress details, such as creating a
budget for the troop and this proj-
ect(Finance committee), storage
for our decorations at Rocky
Knoll, search for discounts and do-
nations on materials at different
stores as well as gather design
ideas (Shopping and Decoration
committees). We went online to re-
search, email stores, look for dis-
counts, and we called a number of
different stores. The Communica-
tions committee coordinated plans
with Rocky knoll, handled corre-
spondence and media needs and
kept track of what needed to be
done to meet Bronze award re-
quirements. We worked on this
project for about 9 months.
Out troop made a final presen-
tation to the Rocky Knoll Resident
Board of Directors in May 2013
and delivered over 200 center-
pieces! We are so grateful for all
the parent support we have as a
troop. We could not have done this
without them! Special thanks to
these groups who donated time and
products: Festival Foods, Hobby
Lobby, Otter Creek, and The
American Club.
Looking forward to a great year
as Cadette Girl scouts! If you are
interested in joining the troop
email our leaders Shannon Bullard
and Susan Senti at
Shannon@bullardsmiles.com.
Don’t miss this exciting new event where you can talk with
faculty and staff about how you can be career-ready in two
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Annie coming to KHS stage
The trials and triumphs of Little
Orphan Annie will hit the stage at
Kohler Memorial Theatre Novem-
ber 1st through 3rd when Kohler
High students will present the hit
Broadway musical, Annie.
Based on the popular depres-
sion-era cartoon strip, the musical
opened on Broadway in 1977, but
this is the first time the show has
been produced by Kohler High
School. The production features
more than forty student actors
along with a student-led pit orches-
tra and a stage and tech crew run
entirely by students.
Work began in June with audi-
tions and continued throughout the
summer with small group re-
hearsals and set building and paint-
ing. “In terms of the production,
this is probably one of the most
complicated shows we've done,”
says director Peggy Hoffmann.
“The theatre is full of new and ex-
citing pieces of our show and
every day, we seem to add more.”
A new backdrop, designed by
Vicki Friske, dominates the
scenery and racks of original cos-
tumes are all waiting for the show.
Choreographer and Kohler alum
Veronica Hilke has been working
with the students on dance num-
bers and musical director and
Kohler High junior John Ten-
gowski is working with the pit or-
chestra. Jennifer Rutten is serving
as costume mistress, coordinating
over 1000 costume pieces for the
cast.
The cast features Grace Madi-
gan in the title role, Logan Wright
as her benefactor, Daddy War-
bucks, and Katie Ruelle as War-
bucks’ loyal secretary, Grace
Farrell. Annie’s nemesis, Miss
Hannigan, is played by Elly
Gutschow, and Andrew Grose and
Grace Lofgren appear as the
scheming pair of con artists, Roos-
ter Hannigan and Lily St. Regis.
The troupe of orphans includes Al-
ison Boerner, Carlyann Campione,
Hanna Coulson, Linsdey Gris-
wold, Emma Hapeman, Lily Hart,
Jamie Lewis, Eiley Misfeldt,
Kaelin Sbrocco, and Emily Vallo.
Zach Neil plays FDR, Rilind Hidri
plays Drake, Warbucks’ butler, and
Chloi DuCharme plays the NYC
starlet.
The rest of the cast members
play multiple roles, from War-
bucks’ household staff to homeless
Hooverville residents, FDR cabi-
net members, and NYC dancers,
and include Hank Biznek, Trevor
Bramstadt, Megan Conklin, Han-
nah Coppersmith, Brett Friske,
Amelia Grose, Ryah Gutschow, Is-
abelle Heins, Evelyn Heun, Lauren
Horth, Deanna Jacobs, Denny
Kanz, Donna Karri, Hunter Lewin-
ski, Chris Lofgren, Samuel Maass,
Patrick Marzano, Anna Mesalles,
Courtney Rutten, Angela Schmitt,
Joe Schmitt, Lauren Splivalo, and
Nathan Waniorek.
Show times are 7 p.m. on Fri-
day, November 1st and Saturday,
November 2nd, and 2 p.m. on Sun-
day, November 3rd. Tickets are
available at the high school office
and from members of the cast. Ad-
vance tickets are $6.00. Ten-packs
of tickets are $50.00. Tickets will
also be available at the box office
thirty minutes before each show
for $8.00. Tickets are good for any
of the three shows.
The orphans rehearse "Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile" from the KHS fall musical, "Annie." From l to r: Allison
Boerner, Carlyann Campione, Eiley Misfeldt, Hanna Coulson, Kaelin Sbrocco, Lindsey Griswold, Lily Hart, Emma Hape-
man and Emily Vallo.
Keep October 11 Open For Fall Follies!
Kohler School Foundation’s
Fall Follies is fast approaching!
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 Friday, October 11,
2013, in the Grand Hall at The
American Club.
This event dates back to 2007
and has raised funds that directly
support the Kohler School Foun-
dation’s annual fund and student
scholarships. The annual fund
provides for items not otherwise
funded by the school budget. To
date, fundraising has provided
many technology related enhance-
ments as well as leadership devel-
opment initiatives.
This year’s theme, Diamonds
and Denim encourages guests to
dress rugged or ritzy. Guest will
enjoy a blend of jazz, pop and
R&B provided by The Eddie
Butts Band. The band is one of
the longest-running and most suc-
cessful bands in Wisconsin and
the Midwest.
Special items that will be on
the auction block this year in-
clude: Multiple Packers, Bucks
and Brewer tickets; Exclusive get-
aways from a cottage in the UP to
a golf resort in Kiawah Island;
Boating excursion on Evolution –
a 70 foot racing sailboat; 42”
wide, 20 HP zero turn Ariens Rid-
ing mower; Pheasant hunt and
dinner at River Wildlife…and
much, much, more!
This year 50/50 raffle tickets
will be available for purchase in
advance as well as during the
event. Tickets are available for
purchase at $20 each or 6 for
$100. To enter, contact the Foun-
dation at kohlerschoolfounda-
tion@gmail.com to make
arrangements for your ticket pur-
chases. This is a great way to con-
tinue your support of the
Foundation yet still take a chance
to win cash! You don’t want to
miss this event! Go to kohler-
schoolfoundation.org to reserve
your seats today!
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Complimentary Events at Kohler Food & Wine
Thursday , October 17
Complimentary Events
Thursday 10am-6pm
Art Imig’s Clothiers
Art’s retirement sale. Stop in and bid
farewell to Art after 48 years in the men’s
apparel business. Save 20%-60% off of
the entire inventory. Art may be leaving but
Quality and Style are not. Stop in and wish
Art well during this special celebration.
*Does not apply to special orders, gift
cards, prior purchases, men’s shoes or any
other offer.
Thursday 10am-6pm
Intentions
Sonoma-Therapy?
Flex your olfactory palate. Our special Aro-
matherapy treatment features essential oil
fragrances found in the bouquet aromas of
fine wines. Test your skill and learn about
the therapeutic properties of these enticing
scents.
Thursday 10am-6pm
Kohler Gardener
Receive a Courtly Check keychain with any
MacKenzie-Childs purchase.
MacKenzie-Childs purchases over $300
also receive an Aurora Farm Enamelware
Wine Cooler ($75 retail value). While sup-
plies last.
Thursday 10am-6pm
Kohler Golf Academy Winter Studio
20-40% off men’s and ladies apparel and
accessories.
Thursday 10am-6pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat!
Have you ever heard of a kid who doesn’t
like to play with their food? We haven’t ei-
ther! In celebration of the annual Kohler
Food & Wine Experience, enjoy a 10% dis-
count off our food-themed toys, games, and
books! Choose from a fantastic assortment
to happily encourage your kids to play with
their “food.”
While you’re here, enter our drawing for a
chance to win a delicious basket filled with
food-themed toys and games!
Thursday 10am-6pm
Scentualities
Eat, Sleep, & Be Merry
As a special token of appreciation to all of
our Kohler Food & Wine guests: Enjoy a
special 10% discount off all Frette bed
linens and Frette bath linens all weekend
long! While you’re here, sign up to win a
special package of 2 Frette pillow cases in
your choice of sizes; standard, queen, and
king!
Indulge Your Senses
Receive a special gift filled with deliciously
scented goodies with your purchase of Car-
ole Hochman pajamas or robes of $75.00
or more all weekend long! While supplies
last.
Thursday 10am-6pm
Wisconsin Trader
Receive a commemorative Kohler Food &
Wine Experience wine bottle stopper with
any purchase or $150 or more ($35 retail
value). While supplies last.
Friday , October 18
Complimentary Events
Friday 11am — 4pm
Kohler Design Center
Experience Wisconsin
Experience Wisconsin’s best. Local busi-
nesses offer complimentary samples and
select items for purchase. Everything from
handmade leather goods to sweet treats
and flavored oils; innovative bar fare and of
course cheese.
Friday 10:30am - 11:30pm
Kohler Design Center
Cooking For Your Health
Join Chef Richard Palm, Pastry Chef at
The American Club Resort, for a demon-
stration that tries to answer this question in
a positive way… Why can’t food taste great
and be great for you? Demo includes
recipes for healthy meals, casual in style.
Friday 12pm — 1pm
Kohler Design Center
Ancient Grains or Why Let The Vegans
Have All Of The Fun!
Join Curt Campbell, Founder & CEO of Oi-
lerie USA, Inc., for a spirited hour of cook-
ing Farro and/or Spelt. A flexitarian, (Mark
Bittman’s description of a person who will
eat meat when the mood and circumstance
strike) Curt will show you how to use these
marvelous grains for soup — salads — or
sides. Curt uses humor to overcome his
lack of good looks and height.
Friday 1:30pm — 2:30pm
Kohler Design Center
Bloody Fantastic
Joe Bonelli from Mojo’s Bar & Salute
Lounge, gives his Bloody Mary’s an over-
the-top treatment. Insanely epic garnishes
adorn this glass; everything from pig skin
bruchettas to gourmet BBQ sliders, topped
off with bacon gelato. Joe finds a way to
tower all sorts of pork goodies into one
great cocktail. Watch the demo, cure your
hangover.
Friday 1:30pm — 2:30pm
Kohler Design Center
Beekman Boys | Demo & Book Signing
Friday 10am-8pm
Art Imig’s Clothiers
Art’s retirement sale. Stop in and bid
farewell to Art after 48 years in the men’s
apparel business. Save 20%-60% off of
the entire inventory. Art may be leaving but
Quality and Style are not. Stop in and wish
Art well during this special celebration.
*Does not apply to special orders, gift
cards, prior purchases, men’s shoes or any
other offer.
Friday 10am-8pm
Intentions
Sonoma-Therapy?
Flex your olfactory palate. Our special Aro-
matherapy treatment features essential oil
fragrances found in the bouquet aromas of
fine wines. Test your skill and learn about
the therapeutic properties of these enticing
scents.
Friday 10am-8pm
Kohler Gardener
Receive a Courtly Check keychain with any
MacKenzie-Childs purchase.
MacKenzie-Childs purchases over $300
also receive an Aurora Farm Enamelware
Wine Cooler ($75 retail value). While sup-
plies last.
Friday 10am-8pm
Kohler Golf Academy Winter Studio
20-40% off men’s and ladies apparel and
accessories.
Friday 10am-8pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat!
Have you ever heard of a kid who doesn’t
like to play with their food? We haven’t ei-
ther! In celebration of the annual Kohler
Food & Wine Experience, enjoy a 10% dis-
count off our food-themed toys, games, and
books! Choose from a fantastic assortment
to happily encourage your kids to play with
their “food.”
While you’re here, enter our drawing for a
chance to win a delicious basket filled with
food-themed toys and games!
Friday 10am-8pm
Scentualities
Eat, Sleep, & Be Merry
As a special token of appreciation to all of
our Kohler Food & Wine guests: Enjoy a
special 10% discount off all Frette bed
linens and Frette bath linens all weekend
long! While you’re here, sign up to win a
special package of 2 Frette pillow cases in
your choice of sizes; standard, queen, and
king!
Indulge Your Senses
Receive a special gift filled with deliciously
scented goodies with your purchase of Car-
ole Hochman pajamas or robes of $75.00
or more all weekend long! While supplies
last.
Friday 10am-8pm
Wisconsin Trader
Receive a commemorative Kohler Food &
Wine Experience wine bottle stopper with
any purchase or $150 or more ($35 retail
value). While supplies last.
Friday 10am-8pm
ARTspace
Exhibit Opening: One & Only: Gifts
Made by Hand
Select special gifts from a curated array of
works created by more than 30 exceptional
artists from across the nation.
Friday 11am-3pm
Woodlake Market
Vendor Fair
Friday 11am — 3pm
Stop in for one of several entertaining and in-
formative seminars held in the Atrium Café
sponsored by Stone’s Throw Winery.
Friday 10am-10:45am
Noon-12:45pm
2pm-2:45pm
Meet the winemakers
Times to tbd
Saturday , October 19
Complimentary Events
Saturday 11am — 4pm
Kohler Design Center
Experience Wisconsin
Experience Wisconsin’s best. Local busi-
nesses offer complimentary samples and
select items for purchase. Everything from
handmade leather goods to sweet treats
and flavored oils; innovative bar fare and of
course cheese.
Saturday 10:30am — 11:30am
Kohler Design Center
Fish Fry Throwdown
Captain Ed “The Plumber” Del Grande,
with his I-have-nothing-to-lose approach,
battles Blackwolf Run Chef Paul Smitala
and his extensive epicurean pedigree in a
Wisconsin-style Fish Fry Throwdown. With
culinary clout on his side, Chef Smitala
should sail to victory as he prepares fresh-
water Walleye. Remaining true to his East
Coast maritime roots, Captain Ed will con-
coct a curious dish featuring Rhode Island’s
state fish — the saltwater Striped Bass. The
duo will compete using cool tools and ex-
changing frivolous banter, while creating
their plates of fish and chips for the judges
to eat and critique. Only one can bask in
gourmet glory, with the other destined for
the depths of the deep fryer. Master
Brewer Grant Pauly from Three Sheeps
Brewing Co. joins the pair to present the
Fish Fry Throwdown’s secret ingredient
and serve as a bribe-worthy judge.
Saturday 12pm — 1pm
Kohler Design Center
Fall Fruit Desserts
Join Chef Richard Palm, Pastry Chef at
The American Club Resort, for a demon-
stration that lets you put great tasting, in-
season desserts on your Fall Harvest Table
or on your Brunch Buffet. Either way these
desserts are sure to garner great com-
ments from your very pleased guests.
Saturday 1pm — 1:15pm
Kohler Design Center
Sips, Tips and Snacks!
Join Chef Schel Kidd, from Cooking In The
Raw! and Elkhart Lake Restaurant, as he
shares wine tips and simple snacks to
enjoy while sipping your wine. The wine
you’ll sample comes from Parallel 44 Vine-
yard & Winery of Wisconsin.
Saturday 1:30pm — 2:30pm
Kohler Design Center
Fish Fry Throwdown
Captain Ed “The Plumber” Del Grande,
with his I-have-nothing-to-lose approach,
battles Blackwolf Run Chef Paul Smitala
and his extensive epicurean pedigree in a
Wisconsin-style Fish Fry Throwdown. With
culinary clout on his side, Chef Smitala
should sail to victory as he prepares fresh-
water Walleye. Remaining true to his East
Coast maritime roots, Captain Ed will con-
coct a curious dish featuring Rhode Island’s
state fish — the saltwater Striped Bass. The
duo will compete using cool tools and ex-
changing frivolous banter, while creating
their plates of fish and chips for the judges
to eat and critique. Only one can bask in
gourmet glory, with the other destined for
the depths of the deep fryer. Master
Brewer Grant Pauly from Three Sheeps
Brewing Co. joins the pair to present the
Fish Fry Throwdown’s secret ingredient
and serve as a bribe-worthy judge.
Saturday 3pm — 4pm
Kohler Design Center
Salute Wine Class
Join Joe Bonelli from Mojo’s Bar & Salute
Lounge, as he pairs his gastropub “experi-
ments” with wine provided by the lovely Jo-
celyn Seipel from M Shiraz. As you enjoy
the delectable samplings, Jocelyn will high-
light the different aspects of the wine as
well as its history, leaving you with both a
satisfied mind and appetite.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Art Imig’s Clothiers
Art’s retirement sale. Stop in and bid
farewell to Art after 48 years in the men’s
apparel business. Save 20%-60% off of
the entire inventory. Art may be leaving but
Quality and Style are not. Stop in and wish
Art well during this special celebration.
*Does not apply to special orders, gift
cards, prior purchases, men’s shoes or any
other offer.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Intentions
Sonoma-Therapy?
Flex your olfactory palate. Our special Aro-
matherapy treatment features essential oil
fragrances found in the bouquet aromas of
fine wines. Test your skill and learn about
the therapeutic properties of these enticing
scents.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Kohler Gardener
Receive a Courtly Check keychain with any
MacKenzie-Childs purchase.
MacKenzie-Childs purchases over $300
also receive an Aurora Farm Enamelware
Wine Cooler ($75 retail value). While sup-
plies last.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Kohler Golf Academy Winter Studio
20-40% off men’s and ladies apparel and
accessories.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat!
Have you ever heard of a kid who doesn’t
like to play with their food? We haven’t ei-
ther! In celebration of the annual Kohler
Food & Wine Experience, enjoy a 10% dis-
count off our food-themed toys, games, and
books! Choose from a fantastic assortment
to happily encourage your kids to play with
their “food.”
While you’re here, enter our drawing for a
chance to win a delicious basket filled with
food-themed toys and games!
Saturday 10am-8pm
Scentualities
Eat, Sleep, & Be Merry
As a special token of appreciation to all of
our Kohler Food & Wine guests: Enjoy a
special 10% discount off all Frette bed
linens and Frette bath linens all weekend
long! While you’re here, sign up to win a
special package of 2 Frette pillow cases in
your choice of sizes; standard, queen, and
king!
Indulge Your Senses
Receive a special gift filled with deliciously
scented goodies with your purchase of Car-
ole Hochman pajamas or robes of $75.00
or more all weekend long! While supplies
last.
Saturday 10am-8pm
Wisconsin Trader
Receive a commemorative Kohler Food &
Wine Experience wine bottle stopper with
any purchase or $150 or more ($35 retail
value). While supplies last.
Saturday 10am-8pm
ARTspace
Exhibit Opening: One & Only: Gifts
Made by Hand
Select special gifts from a curated array of
works created by more than 30 exceptional
artists from across the nation.
Saturday 11am-3pm
Woodlake Market
Vendor Fair
Saturday 11am — 3pm
Stop in for one of several entertaining and in-
formative seminars held in the Atrium Café
sponsored by Stone’s Throw Winery.
Saturday 10am-10:45am
Noon-12:45pm
2pm-2:45pm
Meet the winemakers
Times to tbd
Saturday 11am-4pm
Kacia
DagArt — Jewelry Trunk Show
Handcrafted jewelry using unexpected ma-
terials, forms and textures, combined in un-
conventional ways to create simplistic and
contemporary pieces of wearable art.
Sunday , October 20
Complimentary Events
Sunday 11am-5pm
Art Imig’s Clothiers
Art’s retirement sale. Stop in and bid
farewell to Art after 48 years in the men’s
apparel business. Save 20%-60% off of
the entire inventory. Art may be leaving but
Quality and Style are not. Stop in and wish
Art well during this special celebration.
*Does not apply to special orders, gift
cards, prior purchases, men’s shoes or any
other offer.
Sunday 11am-5pm
Intentions
Sonoma-Therapy?
Flex your olfactory palate. Our special Aro-
matherapy treatment features essential oil
fragrances found in the bouquet aromas of
fine wines. Test your skill and learn about
the therapeutic properties of these enticing
scents.
Sunday 11am-5pm
Kohler Gardener
Receive a Courtly Check keychain with any
MacKenzie-Childs purchase.
MacKenzie-Childs purchases over $300
also receive an Aurora Farm Enamelware
Wine Cooler ($75 retail value). While sup-
plies last.
Sunday 11am-5pm
Kohler Golf Academy Winter Studio
20-40% off men’s and ladies apparel and
accessories.
Sunday 11am-5pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat!
Have you ever heard of a kid who doesn’t
like to play with their food? We haven’t ei-
ther! In celebration of the annual Kohler
Food & Wine Experience, enjoy a 10% dis-
count off our food-themed toys, games, and
books! Choose from a fantastic assortment
to happily encourage your kids to play with
their “food.”
While you’re here, enter our drawing for a
chance to win a delicious basket filled with
food-themed toys and games!
Sunday 11am-5pm
Scentualities
Eat, Sleep, & Be Merry
As a special token of appreciation to all of
our Kohler Food & Wine guests: Enjoy a
special 10% discount off all Frette bed
linens and Frette bath linens all weekend
long! While you’re here, sign up to win a
special package of 2 Frette pillow cases in
your choice of sizes; standard, queen, and
king!
Indulge Your Senses
Receive a special gift filled with deliciously
scented goodies with your purchase of Car-
ole Hochman pajamas or robes of $75.00
or more all weekend long! While supplies
last.
Sunday 11am-5pm
Wisconsin Trader
Receive a commemorative Kohler Food &
Wine Experience wine bottle stopper with
any purchase or $150 or more ($35 retail
value). While supplies last.
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KOHLER VILLAGER 5
NEW LISTING
848 Briarwood Ct., Kohler
EXQUISITE BRICK KOHLER HOME
Prestigious Lakeside East Subd. Close to everything •
4 bedrooms 5 bath areas, stunning open staircase •
Gorgeous cherry wood trim, built-ins, oak floors throughout •
Gourmet kitchen with new appliances and large pantry •
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Grand family room to picturesque private patio •
Third floor guest suite, four fireplaces •
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#3809 $724,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
412 Summit Rd, Kohler
TRADITIONAL KOHLER BRICK HOME
3 bedroom home w/tons of charm •
Bright and cheery kitchen •
Beautiful living room w/fireplace •
Dining room w/gleaming wood floors •
Finished lower level rec room •
Nice size yard w/great views of park •
1 car detached garage w/carport •
#3672 $219,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
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 •
This home is a true dream home! •
View this property at: www.685treehousepkwy.com
#3692 $599,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
1082B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
ELEGANT AND EASY LIVING
One floor ranch condo, 2+ bedrooms or den •
Beautiful fireplace w/bookcases and storage •
Neutral décor, white woodwork & cabinetry •
Open concept dining, kitchen and living area •
Updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances •
Hardwood maple floors, main level laundry •
Master suite with double sinks, walk-in closet •
Two very private decks, 2 car attached garage •
#3806 $229,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
520 W. Riverside Dr, Kohler
ALL BRICK HOME/PARK LIKE SETTING
3 Bedroom, 3 bath two story •
Completely updated home •
Beautiful formal living & dining rooms •
Dining room has built-in buffet •
Gorgeous kitchen, granite counters •
Easy touch drawers & appliances incl., tile floors •
Spacious sunny bedrooms •
Lovely yard and 2 car garage •
#3718 $229,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
628 School St., Kohler
RARE FIND IN KOHLER
Kohler 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Ranch •
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Large updated kitchen w/granite counters, loads of •
storage & dinette area
Family room with fireplace •
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Master suite with lots of built-ins and ¾ bath •
Awesome year round sun room addition •
#3784 $329,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1089-3B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
STUNNING KOHLER CONDO
Great room with fireplace open to kitchen & dining •
Updated kitchen with stainless appliances, snack bar •
2 Bedrooms, 3 Baths •
Master suite with his/hers closets •
Lower level family room, bath and good storage •
Pretty wood floors •
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#3791 $200,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler
AMAZING KOHLER HOME
5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas •
Great floor plan/open design •
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4 bedrooms on upper •
Finished lower level •
Very private yard, overlooks stables •
Large deck and 2 car garage •
View this property at: www.1103aspenrd.com
#3702 $379,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
700 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
KOHLER-QUALITY BUILT ALL BRICK RANCH
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Private lot, deck overlooks wooded conservancy •
Beautiful kitchen, cherry wood floors, granite, SS ap- •
pliances
LR/w gas FP, vaulted ceiling, wall of built-ins •
Superb view of back yard and deck •
MBR suite, patio doors to deck, WIC, private bath •
Den or possible third bedroom •
Partially finished lower level, full bath •
Oversized 3 car attached garage •
A REAL MUST SEE! •
View this property at: www.700treehousepkwy.com
#3710 $479,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
605 E Riverside Dr., Kohler
CLASSIC BRICK COLONIAL
Much original architecture has been retained •
Original hardwood floors & crown molding •
Large living room with open staircase •
Spacious dining room w/corner hutches •
1960’s vintage kitchen •
1
st
floor addition of lg master bedroom & updated bath •
Upper 2 additional bedrooms & 2
nd
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2 car garage, lot overlooks river valley and Blackwolf •
Run golf course
#3794 $159,900
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NEW LISTING
2110 Lake Aire Dr., Sheboygan
TOWN OF WILSON RANCH
Great location in a well planned subdivision •
Great room with vaulted ceiling, fireplace •
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#3812 $279,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
PRICE REDUCED
418 Summit Rd, Kohler
LOCATION-LOCATION
NEAR Ravine Park in Kohler •
3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 2,000 SF brick home •
Living room with fireplace •
Formal dining room •
Family room with built-ins •
Screened porch, covered patio/car port •
Private back yard •
#3786 $184,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
Thinking Pink: Kachia
and the Pink Brigade to
host Fashion For Hope
Style Show
Three local organizations pres-
ent style show to support local
cancer fund
Kacia, a woman's clothing bou-
tique located at The Shops at
Woodlake, and The Pink Brigade,
a local group of breast cancer sur-
vivors, will co-host the sixth an-
nual Fashion for Hope Style Show
to benefit the Sheboygan County
Cancer Care Fund. The Sheboy-
gan County Cancer Care Fund, is
a local non-profit fund that offer
assistance to cancer patients, to
help them cope with the many
physical, emotional and financial
challenges of a cancer diagnosis.
The fundraiser will be held at
the Kohler Design Center on
Thursday, October 3rd at 6 p.m.
The three organizations; Kacia,
The Pink Brigade and the Sheboy-
gan county Cancer Care Fund -
have joined together to offer the
community this fundraiser that
celebrates community, family and
life.
The style show features the lat-
est trends in women's, men's, chil-
dren's, yoga and maternity apparel
from The Shops at Woodlake. The
participating shops are Kacia, Art
Imig's, Movers and Shakers,
Sweet Potato's, Wisconsin Trader,
With Child, Yoga on the Lake, and
Scentualities. All of the models for
the style show are cancer survivors
themselves, or will be modeling in
honor of a family member who has
had cancer. Ticket prices include
hors d' oeuvres and a complimen-
tary glass of wine, catered and do-
nated by Woodlake Market. The
evening will also include a silent
auction, raffle and the featured
style show.
Tickets can be purchased at
Kacia, The Kohler Design Center,
Matthews Oncology Associates,
the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic
or by calling 920-458-7433. Tick-
ets are $25 in advance or $30 at
the door.
All proceeds from ticket sales,
auction and the raffle will be do-
nated to the Sheboygan county
Cancer Care Fund.
3-2 Infinity youth soccer team
earns second place in Hartford
“Kick Some Grass” tournament
Front from left: Mimi Rustan, Ally Silvestri, Annika Glavan
Middle: Coach Tim Hundt, Ashlyn Hundt, Izzy O’Donnell, Haily Vesser, Tait Kohler
Back: Louisa Damkot, Anna Fogle, Cordelia Damkot, Kayla Hendrikse, Gracie Mihm, Nadia Wandschneider. Not Pictured
Katelyn Fox
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Third in a three-part series
Meet the newest teachers!
Kohler Public Schools adds staff
Rebecca Morgan, special
education program aide
Hello! My name is Rebecca
Morgan, and I am a new special
education program aide at Kohler
Public Schools. I
grew up in Du-
luth, MN, and
went to college at
the University of
Wisconsin- Eau
Claire where I re-
ceived a Bache-
lor of Science in Biology and Latin
American Studies. After graduat-
ing from college, I moved to
McAllen, Texas to teach 8th grade
science with a program called
Teach For America. Teach For
America seeks to provide all chil-
dren, specifically those growing up
in poverty, access to an excellent
education in an effort to close the
achievement gap between low in-
come students and their
middle/high income peers. I lived
in South Texas for five years dur-
ing which time I taught science at
public schools and was on staff
with Teach For America. I also met
my husband, John Morgan, while
in Texas. John grew up in Cedar-
burg, WI but was working in
Reynosa, Mexico for Kohler Com-
pany. John and I met at our church
in McAllen and were married in
August of 2012. We moved back
to Wisconsin this past August to be
closer to family and now live in
Kohler.
I see education as the door to
opportunity and new possibilities
for children, their families, and
their communities. I deeply desire
for all children to have access to a
high quality education, regardless
of their socio-economic back-
grounds, their individual learning
needs, or their zip codes. I believe
all children are capable of learning
and succeeding academically
when supported and encouraged,
and I’m very excited to be a part of
this process at Kohler Public
Schools. I feel very fortunate to be
a part of a district in which the stu-
dents are so incredibly supported
by their parents, their community
and the Kohler Public Schools
staff.
In addition to education, I’m
also passionate about other social
justice issues and serving within
our communities. My Christian
faith is paramount to me, and fam-
ily is also priority. I love music and
play the violin and guitar and also
sing. I really enjoy hiking and
being out in nature, and I love re-
searching and implementing natu-
ral, healthy recipes and ways of
living. Finally, I really appreciate
the Latino culture and the Spanish
language though I have yet to find
an opportunity to use Spanish in
Kohler!
Curt Coenen, Digital Citizen-
ship/Technology Teacher
I graduated from UW Oshkosh
with a degree in Human Resource
Management. I was an HR Direc-
tor for 10 years
before deciding
to enter the Edu-
cation world. I
obtained my
teaching certifi-
cation from Con-
cordia University.
I live in Plymouth with my
amazing wife and our 4 children,
Tanner, Taylor, Lexi and Jordyn.
I love each and every day in the
classroom. Having the opportunity
to teach our kids about technology
is a wonderful occupation. Our
technology is changing every day,
and keeping our kids involved dig-
itally is my priority. I enjoy bring-
ing real world situations into the
classroom, allowing the students to
think outside of the box.
I am looking forward to not
only teaching the students, but also
working with our staff on improv-
ing our use of technology in the
classroom. I also look forward to
working with the community on
getting our students comfortable
with the surrounding businesses,
solving problems, or collaborating
with them in any way. This allows
our students to see and feel what it
is like in the “real world.”
One of the things that I love
about teaching is the opportunity
to learn new things from my stu-
dents. Our kids today learn by
doing. If you were to observe the
atmosphere in my classroom, you
would see collaboration between
students, continually teaching
themselves about how to do tasks
more efficiently. Watching the stu-
dents succeed makes me feel a
sense of success.
In my spare time, I enjoy
spending time with my family, in
addition to road racing at Road
America. I love the atmosphere
and the challenge of driving the
road coarse. I also enjoy coaching
baseball and basketball in my
community. My favorite book is
written by Dave Ramsey called,
“The Total Money Makeover.”
Ruth Stenz, Family and
Consumer Education teacher
I grew up in East Asia and in
Texas. In 1990 I moved with my
husband to this area. I live in
Cleveland and
have two chil-
dren. My son is
at UW-Madison
and my daugh-
ter attends high
school in Sheboygan.
I completed my degree in Fam-
ily and Consumer Education with
a specialization in Child Develop-
ment at Baylor University in Texas
in 1985. My Master’s Degree is in
Educational Leadership from Sil-
ver Lake College. I have taught at
the elementary, middle school,
high school, and college level.
I believe that education is the
key to helping individuals achieve
their full potentials. Within this
framework, Family and Consumer
Education classes provide an op-
portunity for students to utilize
their academic learning in a hands-
on setting and to develop life skills
for independent living and for fu-
ture work. This year I am looking
forward to learning more about the
Kohler learning community and to
working with middle and high
school students.
Familiar face in a
new position
Lori Neurohr, Elementary/Mid-
dle School Principal
I am delighted to begin my 13th
year at the Kohler School District!
I began my ca-
reer as a second
grade teacher,
taught a 2/3 split
class and most
recently fourth
grade. This is
my second year
as Elementary/Middle School
Principal, a role I am enjoying im-
mensely.
My husband Scott and I moved
to the Sheboygan area in 1996 as
part of a relocation for Scott’s job.
We were both born and raised in
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Our
son, Kyle, was in Kindergarten
when we moved here and as soon
as he was in first grade, I went
back to school to obtain my teach-
ing degree at Lakeland College. A
couple years into my teaching ca-
reer at Kohler, I decided to go back
to school for my master’s degree
in Reading and Language Arts
through Cardinal Stritch Univer-
sity. I just completed my course-
work in Teacher Leadership and
Administration through Walden
University.
My educational philosophy as a
leader is to help create a positive
school culture where students and
adults are free to take risks, where
everyone feels respected, parents
feel welcome and the community
is an invested partner in education.
The positive school culture must
focus on a shared vision while em-
bracing the rich traditions of the
past.
The best part of my first year
was any time I could be in a class-
room interacting with teachers and
students. Getting to see our dis-
trict’s teachers shine in their envi-
ronment, building relationships
with students and witnessing those
“aha” moments when students
grasped a new concept highlighted
these interactions.
Spending time with my family
and friends makes me happy. A
good joke, my friend Pat’s laugh,
my cats and their crazy antics and
time with good friends all make
me laugh out loud. My secret tal-
ent most of my students already
know about! I can talk like Elmo,
Kermit the Frog, Cookie Monster
and the Martian from Bugs Bunny.
I am living my life dream,
which is working in a school. I al-
ways wanted to be in education
and I have never regretted that de-
cision! My favorite book is The
Grapes of Wrath, my one bite is a
caprese panini, favorite song is
God Bless the Broken Road by
Rascal Flatts and my favorite band
is the Eagles. I am fascinated by
doing whatever I can to honor my
son Kyle’s life.
I am looking forward to work-
ing with the rest of the administra-
tive team to build a strong learning
community for our students and
staff.
Wisconsin State Patrol warns of
phone scam by someone claiming
to be law enforcement official
Wisconsin State Patrol officials
are warning about a phone scam in
which a caller identifies himself as
a sergeant from the State Patrol
Green Bay office and asks for
money to resolve a car crash in-
volving a relative of the person
called.
The State Patrol has received
information that people on at least
two occasions were called by a
man who identified himself as
“Sergeant Walker of the State Pa-
trol office in Green Bay.” The fake
sergeant asked for $900 to pay for
damages caused by the person’s
child or grandchild in a crash. The
fake sergeant said the money,
which needed to be wired immedi-
ately, would fix the damages so the
other driver would not press
charges.
“The phone message is a scam,
and the State Patrol under no cir-
cumstances would contact anyone
with such a request for money,”
says Major Brian Rahn, director of
the Bureau of Field Operations of
the Wisconsin State Patrol. “If you
receive a scam phone call like this,
please notify the State Patrol
Northeast Region—Fond du Lac
Post at (920) 929-3700.”
The State Patrol has investi-
gated the calls, and the scam likely
originated in Montreal, Canada.
More information about this
type of scam is available online
from the Wisconsin Department of
Agriculture, Trade & Consumer
Protection.
For more information, contact
State Patrol Major Brian Rahn,
Wisconsin DOT, (608) 266-0184,
brian.rahn@dot.wi.gov
Open House Aug. 28th from 9am-12pm
Enrolling now for Fall 2013-2014
Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
& Kindergarten classes
(Before and afer school care available)
Montessori certfied & early childhood
educated teachers
Montessori Children’s
House Preschool
Family owned & operated!
“Free the child's potental,
and you will transform
him into the world.”
Maria Montessori (Italy)
Montessori Charter School
grades 1-6 now available!
1907 N. 20th St., Sheboygan
920-458-0510
www.sheboyganmontessori.com
M-F 6am – 6pm
(Est. 1994)
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SheboyganFalls.org
920.467.6206
Thursday, October 17, 2013
5:00-9:00pm in Sheboygan Falls
“Pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness
$5 registration fee includes gold tote bag, pink carnation
(sponsored by Falls Salon & Spa; Hair Graphics Salon & Spa,
& The Sewing Machine Shop)
& chance to win a $100 CMS gift certificate for the first 300 ladies.
~ Preregister at CMS, 504 Broadway ~
Bags distributed at Fasse Decorating Center, 215 Pine
Think Pink raffle proceeds to benefit Sheboygan County
Cancer Care Fund.
| In-Store Specials & Drawings | Dinner & Drink Specials
| Salon Services including “Ambush Make-Overs”
| “Pink Lady” contest - show us your “Pinkest” outfit
| FREE limo rides sponsored by Stardust Limousine, LLC
TOTE BAG SPONSORS:
American Family Ins, Dan Abts Agency; Bemis Bath Shoppe; Blattner's Piggly Wiggly;
Corner Studio Jewelers; Depke Shoe Store; Falls Firehouse Pizza; Falls Salon & Spa;
Kennedy’s B&B Ford; M T Wooden Washtub; Midwest Power Yoga;
Salon 511; Better Life Chiropractic; Rick’s House of Flowers;
Double Vision Films, LLC; Ell Vee Photography;
Meeting Planner Supplies
A Chocolate Affaire
14th Annual Packers Golf Invitational
held at Blackwolf Run in Kohler
The 14th annual Green Bay
Packers Golf Invitational, pre-
sented by Goodwill, was held on
September 17, at Blackwolf Run
River Course in Kohler.
The 18-hole event featured a
host of Packers officials, players
and associated personalities.
Participating Packers players
included Don Barclay, Randall
Cobb, Sam Barrington, Josh Boyd,
Jarrett Boykin, Evan Dietrich-
Smith, Michael Hill, Davon
House, Marshall Newhouse, Nate
Palmer, Ryan Pickett, Sean
Richardson, James Starks, Lane
Taylor, Ryan Taylor, Greg Van
Roten, Seneca Wallace and newly
recruited former Badgers quarter-
back, Scott Tolzein.
Packers alumni scheduled to
participate include Ken Bowman,
Zeke Bratkowski, Tom Brown,
Paul Coffman, Carroll Dale, Willie
Davis, Tony Fisher, Jim
Grabowski, Doug Hart, Don Horn,
Chris Jacke, Gary Knafelc, Chuck
Lane, Bill Schroeder, Karl Swanke
and Ben Wilson.
A portion of the event’s pro-
ceeds will benefit the cause of the
event’s hosting player, Randall
Cobb (Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Northeastern Wisconsin).
For more photos, see
facebook.com/kohlervillager.
Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb
Edward Elsner, PGA professional in Kohler with announcer Wayne Larrivee and
Packers President and CEO, Mark Murphy.
Packers players and participating executives roll out to the course.
Packers players introduced before being matched up with their partners

6
th
Annual
Fashion for Hope
Style Show
Presented by Kacia
& The Pink Brigade
Thursday, October 3
rd
, 2013

at the
Kohler Design Center
6:00 PM – Reception, Raffle & Silent Auction
7:00 PM – Style Show
Tickets: $25 in advance ($30 at the door)
Tickets Available At:
Kacia – 795 Woodlake Road, Kohler (920-458-9121)
Kohler Design Center – 101 Upper Road, Kohler (920-457-3699)
Matthews Oncology Associates / Sheboygan Cancer & Blood Specialists
1621 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan (920-458-7433 or 920-452-1650))
Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic – 1222 N. 23
rd
St., Sheboygan (920-457-6800)
The Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund, Inc. is a local
501(c)(3) charitable organization that offers financial assistance to
individuals and families in our own community who are experiencing
the financial challenges of a cancer diagnosis and cancer treatment.
Donations are 100% tax-deductible. For more information about the
Fund visit www.scccf.org or call 920-457-2223 (920-45-SCCCF).
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ice. In this class, Reiki
Master/Teacher John Oestreicher
will describe Reiki and discuss the
many rewards his clients have re-
ported, including; relaxation,
stress reduction, pain relief and
improved health.
Following the discussion stu-
dents may choose to participate in
a group Reiki session, which is de-
signed to allow many people to
experience Reiki at the same time.
Anyone may benefit from this
class, including those experienc-
ing symptoms of fibromyalgia,
cancer and depression.
Contact: UW-Sheboygan Contin-
uing Education, Jane Donlon 459-
6617
UW-Sheboygan Continuing
Education
Monday, October 7, 2013; 6:00 to
8:00 p.m.; Room: TBD; Fee:
$29.00; Instructor: John Oestre-
icher
UW-Sheboygan Continuing
Education
Monday, October 14, 2013; 6:00
to 8:00 p.m.; Room: TBD; Fee:
$29.00 includes Seminar & Ses-
sion; Fee: $20.00 Group Reiki
Session & Feedback Only
7:00pm-8:00pm; Instructor: John
Oestreicher
UW-Sheboygan Continuing
Education
Monday, October 21, 2013; 6:00
to 8:00 p.m.; Room: TBD; Fee:
$29.00 includes Seminar & Ses-
sion; Fee: $20.00 Group Reiki
Session & Feedback Only
7:00pm-8:00pm; Instructor: John
Oestreicher
Meditation Training
Relaxation expert John Oestre-
icher has been meditating for 25
years and teaching meditation for
eight years. In this informative
and relaxing class, participants
will learn: the benefits of medita-
tion, how and when to meditate,
focused attention, and how to slow
down and release the mind’s end-
less chatter. Students will practice
meditating and each individual
will receive a customized medita-
tion based on their goals and en-
ergy scan.
UW-Sheboygan Continuing
Education
Date: October 28, 2013; 6:30 to
8:30 p.m.; Fee: $29.00;
UW Fond du Lac - Fall 2013
The Modern Shaman Workshop
Learn how to walk between
worlds and live in each one.
Move thru life as an “energy
being”. You will learn techniques
to heal yourself and others and
create what you want by changing
your perception of the world. This
class emphasizes not the shaman’s
physical tools but focuses on the
core essence of what it is to be a
shaman. Presented by Reiki Mas-
ter/Teacher and Modern Shaman
John Oestreicher. Certificate.
UW-Fond du Lac
Saturday, October 5, 2013;
9:00am – 2:00pm; Fee: $95.00
Contact: Kathie Docter, Continu-
ing Education, 920-929-1155
Heal Your Life - Group Reiki Seminar and Session
UW-Sheboygan Continuing Education
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recipient of 2013 PGA Resort
Merchandiser of the Year award
Josue Reyes, merchandise
manager of Blackwolf Run and
Whistling Straits, in Kohler, has
been named the recipient of the
2013 PGA Merchandiser of the
Year Award for Resort Facilities.
Reyes, 32, a native of Puerto
Rico, was elected to PGA of
America membership in 2006.
Since the award was established in
1976 to recognize PGA Profes-
sionals who excelled as busi-
nesspersons and merchandisers in
the promotion of golf, he is the
fifth Wisconsin PGA Professional
to be named a recipient of the
PGA Merchandiser of the Year—
and the second from his facility
(Dirk Willis in 2007).
“We are blessed with a talented
class of national award recipients
who have always represented our
Association at the highest level,”
said PGA of America President
Ted Bishop. “They have been nat-
ural-born leaders and impact-mak-
ers in their respective fields.
Whether it is in the golf shop, on
the lesson tee or in front of com-
munity leaders, we are proud that
this award class serves as the gold
standard in the industry.”
In 2005, Reyes became the
PGA head professional and golf
shop manager at The Ritz-Carlton
Members Golf Club in Sarasota,
Fla. He was instrumental in the
original design and layout of the
shop, as well as in the club becom-
ing the only AAA Five Diamond
Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Resort in
the United States. Reyes joined
the Kohler Co.’s Blackwolf Run
and Whistling Straits in 2008, and
since then, the
courses have respec-
tively hosted both the
2012 U.S. Women’s
Open and 2010 PGA
C h a mp i o n s h i p .
Whistling Straits will
also host the 2015
PGA Champi-
onship—for which
Reyes serves as the
Merchandise and
Media Team Chair—
and the 2020 Ryder Cup.
In his current role, Reyes en-
sures that the retail business at the
facilities lead the industry, in
terms of service levels, aesthetics,
product offerings, guest experi-
ence, recognition and profitability.
He has been named the Wisconsin
Section PGA Merchandiser of the
Year for Resorts in four consecu-
tive years (2010-13); a Golf World
100 Best Golf Shop award recipi-
ent six times (2006, 2009-13); and
an AGM Front Nine Award win-
ner three times (2010-12).
“You have got to have personal
drive,” says Reyes. “I’ve just been
fortunate in landing roles and
being associated with great com-
panies in Kohler and Ritz-Carlton.
You have to have ambition to
reach out and join a team and set
up a road that paves a path for suc-
cess…This is more about recog-
nizing my team. I have a good
business acumen, and I have very
strong people behind me.”
Whistling Straits is known for
its iconic and instantly recogniza-
ble logo. The concept for its cre-
ation was greatly inspired by a
combination of a
piece of furniture
that contained gar-
goyle figures in the
design of its legs; an
image of the
whistling wind; and
a special twinkle in
the eye of the logo’s
character, which
pays homage to a
God of Wind.
“We try to think
outside the box from service and
assortment,” explains Reyes. “It’s
the branding and being associated
with the Kohler Company. People
constantly tell us that it’s the best
logo out there. People recognize
us. I think the branding of ours,
and the fact that we have hosted
major championships, sets up a
bucket list experience.”
Reyes’ family moved to Or-
lando from Puerto Rico when he
was 8 years old. In 2004, he grad-
uated from the University of Cen-
tral Florida with a degree in
Hospitality Management. Reyes
and his wife, Melissa, reside in
Sheboygan, Wis., and are the par-
ents of a son, Roberto, and a
daughter, Adriana.
The 2013 PGA Merchandisers
of the Year will be honored Jan.
17, 2014, at the Hammock Beach
Resort in Palm Coast, Fla. In ad-
dition to Reyes, these PGA mem-
bers will be honored that evening:
Richard Kline of Lenhartsville,
Pa. – Public Facilities, and Scott
Paris of Westfield, N.J. – Private
Facilities.
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Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:10 p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Roll
Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The following
board members were present: Marlene Yang,
Diane Kelly, and Matt Kautzer. Laura Kohler
was absent.
Statement of Public Notice
August 16, 2013
Approval of Agenda
John Suralik moved to approve the agenda.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes.
Board President’s Report
Marlene attended the Educator Effectiveness
seminar in Madison on August 6, 2013 with
Lori Neurohr and Quynh Trueblood.
Educator Effectiveness is based on teacher
practices and student outcome. The Char-
lotte Danielson model is used as the evalua-
tion tool.
Marlene will now be attending the Legislative
Breakfasts held in Plymouth once a month.
Superintendent’s Report
The summer months have been an active
time for preparing for the return of children
and educators fresh with energy for friend-
ship, learning, and achieving. I am pleased
to report the following:
Our very own and impressive Principal Lori
Neurohr represented Kohler Schools, educa-
tion, and educators as a guest panelist at the
WASB Educator Effectiveness Conference.
Lori’s command of the importance of educa-
tor growth was expert, honest, fortifying and
encouraging to the audience of board mem-
bers and administrators. Thank you, Lori, for
what you do and who you are.
The fundraising effort for the Ebben Field
Project Phase II continues to be strong. We
are currently at over 210K and especially
thankful to the soccer club, booster club,
football club, Kohler School Foundation,
Kohler School Friends, Sargento, and KPAL.
Look for public signage to share progress
and more in the Villager in the near future.
The concession stand remodel offers an
inviting ticket booth, food service stand, and
refreshed restrooms.
We are very excited to welcome the new staff
on board the Bomber plane. Mentors have
made each beginning spirited and support-
ive. Look to the Sept 1 issue of the Villager
for bios as introductions to the community.
The elementary wing structure is near com-
pletion, both preserving the original and his-
torical building and extending the life of a
magical earning space for children.
Technology upgrades are complete and we
are ready for an improved technology en-
abled learning environment.
The security system on access and exit
points in the building is nearing completion.
Professional Development will focus on three
priorities: Common Core State Standards,
Educator Effectiveness, and a Response to
Intervention system of multilevel supports.
Our teacher leaders are strong and ready. The
daily and monthly structures have been de-
signed to fully support progress and suc-
cess.
Review of District Finances
The finance committee will continue to refine
the budget through October. The 2014 ex-
penses are basically set. The 3
rd
Friday
Count report will help determine the revenue
from open enrollment.
Consent Agenda
Approval of July, 2013 Regular Board Min-
utes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
Recommendation to approve the 3 year
transportation agreement between Kohler
School District and Heidenreiter Bus Service
Recommendation to approve committing
$20,000 for the Ebben Field Project Phase II
Recommendation to approve committing
$220,000 for capital improvements
John Suralik moved to approve the consent
agenda. Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Action on a request to hire Matthew
Poytinger as the KHS social studies teacher
John Suralik moved to hire Matthew
Poytinger as the KHS social studies teacher.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action on a request to hire Bethany Lambie
as the reading/math intervention & enrich-
ment specialist
Matt Kautzer moved to hire Bethany Lambie
as the reading/math intervention & enrich-
ment specialist. Diane Kelly seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action on a request to hire John Wheeler as
the KMS-KHS art teacher
Matt Kautzer moved to hire John Wheeler as
the KMS-KHS art teacher. John Suralik sec-
onded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action on a request to hire Sharon Ellifson as
a 1
st
grade teacher for the Kohler Elementary
School
Matt Kautzer moved to hire Sharon Ellifson
as a 1
st
grade teacher for the Kohler Elemen-
tary School. John Suralik seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action on a request to hire Kirk Wittwer as
the JV Girls Volleyball coach
Matt Kautzer moved to hire Kirk Wittwer as
the JV Girls Volleyball coach. John Suralik
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
ried.
Action on a request to adopt the support staff
employee handbook
John Suralik moved to adopt the support
staff employee handbook. Matt Kautzer sec-
onded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from the Fred-
eric C Kohler Trust in the amount of $13,900
Matt Kautzer moved to accept the generous
donation from the Frederic C Kohler Trust in
the amount of $13,900. Diane Kelly sec-
onded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from the Ruth
De Young Kohler Trust in the amount of
$25,000
John Suralik moved to accept the generous
donation from the Ruth De Young Kohler
Trust in the amount of $25,000. Diane Kelly
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
ried.
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).
Diane Kelly moved to enter into closed ses-
sion. Matt Kautzer seconded. Meeting en-
tered into closed session at 7:50 pm.
Health Care Benefits
Superintendent Evaluation
John Suralik moved to reconvene into open
session. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes.
The meeting reconvened at 9:34 pm.
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. Diane Kelly
seconded. All ayes. Meeting adjourned at
9:35 pm.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes – August 19, 2013
KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
This science enrichment pro-
gram allows students to participate
in a community service project
and also encourages them to use
some of their biology and chem-
istry skills.
The students will be actively
involved in collecting, analyzing,
and interpreting biology and
chemistry data related to the water
quality of the Sheboygan River.
The Kohler group is responsible
for testing the river near Black
Wolf Run Golf Course. Some of
the tests include dissolved oxygen,
biological oxygen demand, pH,
temperature, total phosphates, ni-
trates, turbidity, total solids, fecal
coliform, and macroinvertebrates.
The water test results are sent to
the Great Lakes Area of Concern
Program, the UW-Sheboygan
Water Quality Extension, and to
the Department of Natural Re-
sources. Other Sheboygan County
schools test different parts of the
river, and all of the results are
shared at a forum in the spring.
Along with presenting the data,
students suggest explanations for
their findings, and work together
to explore possible action plans
that might have a positive impact
on the area’s land conservation
and the environment. Students at-
tend sessions where water quality
experts provide needed informa-
tion. Students involved in the pro-
gram are currently taking honors
physics, advanced biology, or
chemistry. Ms. Krejcarek is the
science teacher leading this group.
Kohler High School students
participate in water testing
program
Seniors: Juniors
Anne Benishek Marisa Adams
Philip Case Adrienne Ahlbor
Emery Edmunds Emily Boland
Sara Ertel Andrew Bryce
Cody Gartman Megan Conklin
Annabelle Goese Lily Hart
Lindsey Griswold Audra Hoffman
Andrew Grose Aidan Hogan
Brittany Harrington Kaleigh Kraft
Brennan Ladwig Annika Lee
Valerie Linck Katie Lindow
Grace Lofgren Ben Madigan
Brett Mueller Sujeeth Ramagoni
Billy O’Neill Katie Ruelle
Zach Neil Connor Sbrocco
Joe Pellowski Joe Schmitt
Courtney Rutten Carson Schneider
Cameron Scheuren Levi Smith
David Shapiro Rebecca Stock
Elizabeth Steckl Sarah Sutherland
Calvin Stefanczyk
Maddie Todd Sophomore:
Paul Vicente Amelia Grose
Logan Wright
Richard Yuxiang
NOTICE FOR ANNUAL
DISTRICT MEETING
Notice is hereby given to the
qualified electors of the School Dis-
trict of Kohler, County of Sheboy-
gan, 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 Monday, the twenty-
eighth day of October, 2013, 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, 2013.
Donations sought
for fifth grade trip
to Trees for
Tomorrow Camp
The Kohler 5th grade is in need of
funds for attending the Trees For To-
morrow Camp in Eagle River Wis-
consin. Fourteen 5th graders will be
attending this year during the 3rd
week of October. Mr. Du Mez wrote
5 grants this past spring and summer
and all grants were denied. There-
fore, the 5th grade is seeking
$1650.00 in tax deductible funds to
help defray the cost in attending.
Anyone interested in helping with
this need can contact Mr. Du Mez at
dumezd@kohler.k12.wi.us or calling
803-7234. The 5th grade will have to
have the funding in place by the 2nd
week in October. Thank you for
helping with this outdoor education
opportunity.

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR

Kohler Elementary Library

Date/Times:

October 14 – October 17

8:00am – 8:00pm

We’ll have hundreds of top quality books for children
in preschool through middle school. Includes Caldecott
and Newbery award winners, classical literature, and
quality fiction. Books on sports, history, art, animals and
more! Computer software, gift sets, posters, and other
miscellaneous educational items. Great for holiday gift giving.
Everyone welcome – Parents, Grandparents, and Friends!!
Please call Alyca Arentsen 803-7213 with any questions.
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THE
VILLAGE VIEW
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, Presi-
dent
Brett Edgerle
Charles Keller
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian Post
Sue Jaberg
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
From Clerk/
Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Village Meetings Scheduled for
October
10/2 Library Noon
(at library)
10/7 Property Committee 4:30 pm
10/7 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
10/14 Village Board 5:30 pm
10/21 Budget Workshop 5:30 pm
10/24 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
10/28 Recreation
Committee 4:30 pm
10/28 Budget Workshop 5:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall,
319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indi-
cated.
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
Trick-or-Treat: The Kohler Police Depart-
ment 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 the school for the
younger students. He will be passing out
trick-or-treat bags from the Police Depart-
ment. During Trick-or-Treating, which will be
on Oct. 31
st
from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., officers
will hand out the glow necklaces 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 Treating
will be a bonfire at 7:15 pm organized by the
Village Recreation Department west of Ebben
Field.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
LEAF COLLECTION: Leaf collection will
start on October 7th and continue until De-
cember 2nd. Leaves should be raked into the
street along the curb in a three-foot (3’) wide
row. No grass clippings, sticks, or other gar-
den debris is allowed. The Public Works De-
partment follows a schedule for leaf
collection. The collection starts on the south
end of the Village where the trees are more
mature and produce more leaves. The route
continues 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 Aquatics
Director Jen Vallo
Pool Hours
Fall pool hours will be:
Saturday/Sunday: 1:30 – 4:00 pm
Tuesday/Thursday: 6:00 – 7:30 pm
The following items were approved by the
Village Board during their August 12 meet-
ing:
Resolution 2013-12, Awarding the Sale of •
$1,365,000 General Obligation Promissory
Notes, Series 2013A.
Resolution 2013-13, Awarding the Sale of •
$3,365,000 General Obligation Corporate
Purpose Bonds, Series 2013B.
Engagement letters with Quarles & Brady, •
LLP to serve as Village Bond Counsel re-
garding proposed issuance of $1,365,000
General Obligation Promissory Notes, Se-
ries 2013A and $3,365,000 General Obli-
gation Corporate Purpose Bonds, Series
2013B.
Operator’s Licenses as presented. •
Temporary Class B beer and wine license for •
Kohler Foundation, Inc. Distinguished
Guest Series event on 11/9/13.
Cigarette license for the American Club. •
June 2013 Revenue/Expense reports, bank •
reconciliation and journal entries.
Bid from Adcom Tech for PC related com- •
ponents/equipment for Fire Department,
cost $6,538.33.
Animal variance request from Tony & Bon- •
nie Mascipinto, 848 Briarwood Court.
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Exhibit: Wisconsin Wood
Through-October 6
ARTspace — A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
From the utilitarian, but exquisite, bread-
boards of Edward Wohl to the sinuous shapes
of Richard Judd’s furniture, WISCONSIN
WOOD features the work of four Wisconsin
artists. For more information call 920-452-
8602.
Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 17-20
Spend a weekend full of flavor. Join the Vil-
lage of Kohler for a weekend of exciting wine
seminars, educational demonstrations and
delicious tastings. The event includes nation-
ally-renowned chefs, regional restaurateurs,
entertaining seminars from award-winning
local and international chefs, and opportuni-
ties to mingle with the top wine and culinary
experts from across the nation. Many events
are complimentary including food and wine
samplings, book signings, trunk shows and
more. Kohler Food & Wine Experience tickets
are available for purchase for individual
events online at www.KohlerFoodandWine.net
or by phone at 1-866-243-8548 starting Au-
gust 1. Event prices start at $15. Many events
and tastings are complimentary.
Harvest in the Barn Beer Dinner
October 25, 6-10pm, $55 per person
Whistling Straits Clubhouse Restaurant
Enjoy the tastes of the harvest with this spe-
cial dinner hosted in the barn at Whistling
Straits. We celebrate a wonderful fall season
by enjoying a family-style four course meal
prepared by Chef Dan Dries and hosted by
four beer representatives sharing their fall
seasonal brews. Call 920-565-6062 for more
information and reservations.
6th Annual Fashion for Hope style show
October 3, 6pm, $25 in advance/$30 at door
Kohler Design Center
Presented by Kacia and The Pink Brigade and
featuring fashions from The Shops at Wood-
lake. Doors open at 6pm with the show start-
ing at 7:00pm. Advance tickets can be
purchased at Kacia, Matthews Oncology,
Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic and at the
Kohler Design Center or by calling 920-458-
7433. All Proceeds will benefit the Sheboygan
County Cancer Care Fund.
Sonoma-Therapy
October 17-20
Intentions
Flex your olfactory palate. Our special Aro-
matherapy treatment features essential oil fra-
grances found in the bouquet aromas of fine
wines. Test your skill and learn about the ther-
apeutic properties of these enticing scents.
For more information call 920-457-9543.
Kohler Gardener Special Offer
October 17-20
Kohler Gardener
Receive a Courtly Check keychain with any
MacKenzie-Childs purchase. MacKenzie-
Childs purchases over $300 also receive an
Aurora Farm Enamelware Wine Cooler ($75
retail value). While supplies last. 920-458-
5570
Golf Apparel Sale
October 17-20
Kohler Golf Academy Indoor Studio
Enjoy 20-40% discount on apparel and acces-
sories for men and women. 920-565-6075
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat!
October 17-20
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Have you ever heard of kids who don’t like to
play with their food? We haven’t either! In cel-
ebration of the annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience, enjoy a 10% discount off our
food-themed toys, games, and books. Choose
from a fantastic assortment to happily encour-
age your kids to play with their food.
While you’re here, enter our drawing for a
chance to win a delicious basket filled with
food-themed toys and games. 920-453-2874
Eat, Sleep, & Be Merry
October 17-20
Scentualities
Enjoy a special 10% discount on all Frette
bed linens and Frette bath linens all weekend
long! Sign up to win a special package of 2
Frette pillow cases in your choice of sizes;
standard, queen and king. Receive a special
gift filled with deliciously scented goodies with
your purchase of Carole Hochman pajamas or
robes of $75.00 or more all weekend long!
While supplies last. 920-208-4935
Wisconsin Trader Special Offer
October 17-20
Wisconsin Trader
Receive a commemorative Kohler Food &
Wine Experience wine bottle stopper with any
purchase or $150 or more ($35 retail value).
While supplies last. 920-451-2113
Exhibit Opening: One & Only: Gifts Made
by Hand
October 18-19
ARTspace — A Gallery of The John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Select special gifts from a curated array of
works created by more than 30 exceptional
artists from across the nation. 920-452-8602
DagArt — Jewelry Trunk Show
October 19, 10am-4pm
Kacia
Handcrafted jewelry using unexpected materi-
als, forms and textures, combined in uncon-
ventional ways to create simplistic and
contemporary pieces of wearable art. 920-
458-9121
Kidz Halloween House Party
November 2, 1-4pm, $7
The American Club Conference Level Great
Bays Ballroom
Come in costume, trick or treat, play games,
do crafts, enjoy entertainment and much
more. This event is open to the public. No
reservations are required. Guests do not need
to stay for the duration of the event. There
will be a pumpkin carver beginning in the first
hour, a balloon show in the second hour, and
then a piñata in the third hour.
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444.
Zumba Party in Pink: Saturday, October 5,
from 10-11:15am - Time to get moving and
help find a cure for Breast Cancer. Dance
Party will be located at the Shops at Wood-
lake, outside Yoga on the Lake. Please regis-
ter. No prior experience necessary.
Swing Dance for Beginners: Mondays, Oc-
tober 7-28 from 7-8pm
Insanity: Saturdays, October 12-November 9
from 10:10-11:10am
Kids Night Out: Friday, October 11 from 5-
9pm
Kids Motion: Saturday, October 12 from 9-
10am
Kids Feel the Beat: Friday, October 18 from
4-5pm
Studio Practice with Sue Alby: Wednesday,
October 30 from 7-9pm
TRX Boot Camp & Fitness Classes: A vari-
ety of classes and boot camps available, com-
plete schedule available at Sports Core
Reception Desk
Salon at Sports Core: For the month of Oc-
tober, Enjoy our new Salon Express
Smoothing Treatment for only $100! And,
Look Stunning for the Big Game - Home-
coming is right around the corner, and the
Salon at Sports Core can make you and your
friends look your best. Book your homecom-
ing service with three of your friends and
enjoy snacks and beverages on us. Plus, any
non-members you bring will receive 15% off
their service.
YOGA ON THE LAKE
For more information, pricing details and
to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-
453-2817.
Long, Sleep, Deep: Saturday, October 12
from 11am-1pm, $25
Myths of the Asana: Sunday, October 20
from Noon-2pm, $25
Yoga Basics and More: Wednesdays, Octo-
ber 23-November 13 from 7-8pm, $55
Seminars selling fast at Kohler Food & Wine
Experience, continued from page 1
the Osthoff Resort is not provided.
For room reservations please call
800-876-3399. Blue Harbor Re-
sort & Spa is nestled on the shores
of Lake Michigan in Sheboygan,
Wisconsin. For room reservations
please call 866-701-2583.
Tickets still remain for a wide
variety of experiences including
celebrity chef cooking demon-
strations on the Kohler Food &
Wine Experience Stella Artois
Main Stage. This year’s cele-
brated culinary experts headlin-
ing the Main Stage offer in-depth
expertise and talent. Main Stage
seminar prices range from $37 to
$47 per ticket.
Celebrity Chefs debuting at the
Kohler Food & Wine Experience
include:
• Cat Cora – An American pro-
fessional chef best known for her
featured role as an Iron Chef on
the Food Network television
show Iron Chef America and as
co-host of Around the World in
80 Plates on Bravo. Session: Sat-
urday, October 19 at 10am –
Fall Fit & Fabulous
• Fabio Viviani – Owner and ex-
ecutive chef of Café Firenze in
Ventura County, Calif., Firenze
Osteria in North Hollywood,
Calif., and Siena Tavern in
Chicago, Ill., and was voted “Fan
Favorite” in the fifth season of
Top Chef on Bravo. Sessions:
Saturday, October 19 at 2pm –
Cooking with Fabio
*Fabio is hosting this year’s
Shake & Stir Evening Event on
Friday, October 18 from 8-10pm
at the Stella Artois Main Stage
($42)
Celebrity Chefs returning for an
encore appearance include:
• Jacques & Claudine Pepin –
World-renowned father-daughter
chef duo and author of 28 best-
selling books, contributing editor
to Food & Wine Magazine and
popular guest on Today Show
and Good Morning America. Ses-
sions: Friday, October 18 at 4pm
– Fast Food My Way and Satur-
day, October 19 at Noon – Bistro
Classics
• Christopher Kimball – Host of
the highest rated cooking show
on public television, America’s
Test Kitchen, editor and publisher
of Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s
Country Magazines, and a fre-
quent guest on national televi-
sion. Friday, October 18 at Noon
– Perfecting Two American
Classics: Chili and Butterscotch
Pudding
• Tony Mantuano – Author and
chef/partner of Spiaggia, Bar
Toma and Terzo Piano in
Chicago, and Mangia Trattoria in
Kenosha, Wis. Session: Friday,
October 19 at 2pm – Classic
Roman Pastas
• Chef Bart Vandaele – Owner
& executive chef at Belga Café in
Washington D.C., contestant on
Top Chef on Bravo and Stella Ar-
tois Ambassador. Session: Satur-
day, October 19 at 4pm –
Belgian Food & Beer Pairing
with beer sommelier Marc
Stroobrandt
• Stefano Viglietti – Owner of
Sheboygan County’s Trattoria
Stefano, Il Ritrovo, Field to Fork
and Duke of Devon. Session:
Friday, October 18 at 10am – A
Friulian Feast
Additional not-to-miss experi-
ences include Shake & Stir with
Fabio from 8-10pm ($42) on Fri-
day, Saturday evening events Pig
Cheese Cocktail Dinner at
Blackwolf Run from 6:30-10pm
($50) and Leinenkugel’s Okto-
berfest - Rockin’ Brews from
8:30-11pm ($37) and the Ulti-
mate Tailgate Party presented
by Jones Dairy Farm on Sunday
at 2:30pm: a complimentary
chance for you to cheer for the
Green Bay Packers as they take
on the St. Louis Rams in St.
Louis. Purchase a wristband for
$35 and experience true Wiscon-
sin tailgate fare, specialty cock-
tails and beer.
If you go
• What: Kohler Food & Wine
Experience, Oct. 17-20. The 13th
Annual Kohler Food & Wine Ex-
perience brings the best in food,
wine and spirits from around the
world to the Village of Kohler for
demonstrations by celebrity
chefs, regional restaurateurs,
winemakers and more.
This year’s celebrated culinary
experts headlining the Stella Ar-
tois Main Stage are Cat Cora,
Fabio Viviani‚ Jacques & Clau-
dine Pepin, Tony Mantuano‚ The
Beekman Boys‚ Bart Vandaele‚
Stefano Viglietti and America’s
Test Kitchen favorites including
Christopher Kimball.
• Where: The American Club Re-
sort & Shops at Woodlake
Kohler, Village of Kohler
• Tickets: Individual event tickets
are available at KOHLER-
foodandwine.net or via phone at
1-866-243-8548. Sold out events
are noted online. Event prices
start at $15. Many seminars and
tastings are complimentary.
Ghoul’s Day Out – 25%
off spa facials, October 1-31
A healthy skin care regimen
for your face after the summer
months is a critical part of keep-
ing a youthful glow. What a per-
fect time to get your
“ghoul-friends” together. Offer
available seven days a week
through October 31. Make the
month for “ghouls” into the
month for “girls” with 25% off all
50 and 80 minute facials at
Kohler Waters Spa! BOO-tique
Specials include 20% off Kerstin
Florian Correcting Skincare prod-
ucts. Based on availability. For
new appointments only. Restric-
tions and usage fees may apply.
Discount not valid with other of-
fers. Does not apply to contracted
groups. Call for appointment
(855) 444-2838.