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Published Twice Monthly In Kohler, WI53044

219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
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Volume 9, Number 13
February 1, 2014
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Two vacancies for school
board in 2014 applicant
sought to fill one seat
Submitted by Kohler School Board
President Marlene Yang
Two long standing and valued
members of the Kohler School
Board have announced that they
will step down from
service for 2014.
Ms. Laura Kohler,
serving since 2006, has
announced that she is
not seeking re-election
when her term expires
in April, 2014. Ms.
Kohler has held a vari-
ety of roles on the
Board including Board
Clerk and Vice President. I am
honored to have served the Kohler
school district for almost 8 years
thru different transitions. Today
Kohler Schools is thriving. We
have a Blue Ribbon award, a bal-
anced budget, robust high school
enrollment, engaged staff and ad-
ministration, and a student body
that is full of spirit. We are execut-
ing our strategic objectives. It
takes everyone working together to
make this district one of the
strongest in the nation. I will al-
ways value my years on the board
and will continue to support the
district as a parent and a commu-
nity member. I am so proud of our
accomplishments as a school and
community. Thank you for this
opportunity. said Ms. Kohler.
Mr. John Suralik, serving on the
Board since 2008, has also decided
to step down from the Board. Mr.
Suralik said I have had the privi-
lege of serving our community for
the past six years as a member of
the Kohler School Board. I am
proud of the manner in which the
District has
built on the
legacy of the
K o h l e r
Schools dur-
ing this time.
While there is
more to ac-
complish and
always will
be, I believe
the District has strong momentum.
Progress has been made on a num-
ber of fronts, including leadership,
curriculum and finances. Who
would have thought we would be
discussing the challenges of record
enrollment? I want to thank the
teachers, administration, staff,
families and residents for their past
support, and now look forward to
supporting the school as a commu-
nity member.
Mr. Suralik has served as Treas-
urer for much of his tenure; his res-
ignation is effective immediately.
Both members have served the
community through an important
period of transition and growth in
our school. During their tenures,
the school has expanded its class
offerings including the addition of
four high school Advanced Place-
ment classes. The school has in-
vested in technology establishing
the Digital Learning Center,
adding mobile laptop computers
labs, and implementing a BYOD
(bring your own device) technol-
ogy policy. The position of Direc-
tor of College and Career
Advising was created to
guide our students as
they navigate their post-
high school decisions.
Phase 1 of the Ebben
Field renovations was
completed and phase 2 is
well under way. As of
September, 2013, our
total school enrollment
has grown to 735 students. Our
District Finances are solid and our
school culture is strong.
The Kohler School District has
always emphasized academics and
has earned Wisconsins #1 ranking
in average ACT test scores on three
occasions since 2006. In 2013,
Kohler High school was recog-
nized as a National Blue Ribbon
school by the US Department of
Education. Kohler was the only
public high school in the state of
Wisconsin to earn this prestigious
The Kohler community has a
history of talented community
members ready to serve. Since
2006 and 2008 respectively, Ms.
Kohler and Mr. Suralik have pro-
vided their experienced leadership
and commitment to the District.
The School Board would like to
thank them for their service.
Looking forward, we are excited
for other engaged and dedicated
individuals to serve on the Board.
Kohler School
Board accepting
application to fill
The Kohler School Board is ac-
cepting applications to fill the
Board vacancy resulting from John
Suraliks recent resignation. Inter-
ested candidates must submit a let-
ter of interest and short resume to
Paula Anderson, Assistant to the
Superintendent, by 4:00 p.m. on
February 14, 2014.
On March 3, the Board will hold
an open meeting to interview can-
didates. At this time, each candi-
date shall present their
qualifications to the Board and
then answer a short series of ques-
tions. The Board will then conduct
a confidential paper ballot vote.
The candidate receiving the major-
ity of the votes will be accepted
onto the Board.
Interested candidates may con-
tact Board President Marlene Yang
with any questions.
Laura Kohlers vacant seat will
be filled by the winner of the
spring election in April. Christina
Koberstein is the sole candidate
whose name will appear on the
John Suralik
Laura Kohler
The Kohler Police Athletic
League will be selling tickets for
its annual brat fry to be held Sun-
day, February 16 from 11:30 a.m.
- 6:00 p.m. at the Kohler Village
Firehall. Each ticket is good for $1
in trade for food at the brat fry
(carry-outs available). Brats, burg-
ers, chicken sandwiches, potato
salad, beans, desserts, and drinks
will be served.
Separate raffle tickets will be
available for purchase at the brat
fry for great prizes such as $100
Kohler gift cards.
Proceeds from the event go to-
ward KPALKohler youth pro-
grams. Please watch for your
neighbor members and youth who
will be selling food/beverage tick-
ets door-to-door and at various
other locations for this important
If you are not contacted by a
KPALmember, call Rob Vander
Schaaf at (920) 467-4657.
KPAL Brat Fry
fundraiser set
for Sunday,
February 16
Kohler high will perform The
High School Diaries one-act plays
and monologues that focus on the
comedies and dramas inherent in
the lives of high school students.
Saturday, February 1 at 7:00 p.m.
and Sunday, February 2 at 2:00
p.m. at Kohler Memorial Theatre.
Admission is free.
Dont miss
Kohler Highs
winter one-acts
February 1-2
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Lori Gregoire, the manager of
the Petro Center, 3801 Superior
Ave., Sheboygan, is proud to pres-
ent Kohler Elementary school with
a $500 grant from ExxonMobil
Educational Alliance Program.
Lori worked with Quynh True-
blood, the principal of Kohler El-
ementary School and Paula
Anderson to make the grant possi-
ble. The grant is one of 2,400 made
available by ExxonMobil to
schools across the country. Petro
Center, an ExxonMobil retailer, is
proud to be part of the community,
providing an investment in our
youths future.
Kohler Elementary School will
be using the grant money to pur-
chase a Jeopardy game that Debra
LaDuke and other teachers can use
to teach Science and Mathematics.
Ms. LaDuke can write her own
questions for the game, which she
can use to review before testing.
The game can connect to either
classroom tvs, interactive white
boards, or digital projectors.
Teachers believe in making learn-
ing fun. Kohler School is known
for its academic excellence.
Kohler alumni Peter and Kristin
Guske, owners of Petro Center #5,
met stringent eligibility criteria be-
fore applying for and being
awarded this grant. Part of the
process included striving to pro-
vide ExxonMobil customers with
superior service at Petro Center #5.
Debra LaDuke and her fourth grade class, Lori Gregoire; Petro Center Manager, Megan, Amanda, and
Samantha Renzelmann. Submitted photo
Kohler Elementary receives $500 grant
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But what about couples
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whose passionate flames
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How can they keep their
spark alive?
Swing Dance, a
comedy by Lynda Martens that is
celebrating its worldwide premiere
at Memories Dinner Theater Fri-
day, February 7, takes us inside the
lives of a longtime married couple
facing this very challenge, with hi-
larious results.
Walter (played by Jim Jaques)
and Vicky (Pat Forkner) are des-
perately trying to liven up their
dusty marriage. They employ a va-
riety of techniques, from pharma-
ceutical to spiritual to physical
attempts, but their relationship
could never have been prepared for
the bombshell that Vickys sophis-
ticated business partner Dante
(Joaquin Hernandez) and his wife
Jasmine (Lori Minetti) drop during
dinner one night.
The story explores how marriage
is an ever-changing and evolving
entity that requires effort and care
to maintain. The playwright,
Martens, is a Canadian marriage
and family therapist whose profes-
sional experience provides great
Keeping the spark alive is dif-
ficult at many stages in a couple's
life, she explains. The spark dies
when we stop actively loving our
partner, and when we stop being
curious about each other We are
all growing, changing creatures
and we can discover each other in
little ways every day.
Swing Dance runs February
7th through the 16th and is directed
by Heather Hernandez. In honor of
Valentines Day, Memories is
adding a little extra spice to all
evening performances. All ladies
attending evening shows
will receive a free rose.
Memories will also stay
open an extra hour after
evening performances of
Swing Dance and offer
music, drinks, and danc-
ing. To make reservations
or purchase a season
ticket, call Memories at
(262) 284-6850. Addi-
tional information is also
available on memories-
About Memories:
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entertainment, Memories is Your
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boasting a variety of activities,
from dinner theater and audience-
interactive murder mysteries to its
famous Chicken Comedy nights
featuring nationally-renown come-
dians. Its dazzling 2500-square-
foot solid maple dance floor, rustic
tamarack log ceiling and twin
stone fireplaces also make it an en-
chanting hall for weddings, holi-
day parties, fund-raisers, meetings
and reunions. Memories offers a
combination of exquisite charm
and bona-fide elegance you will
find nowhere else.
Memories is conveniently located
off Hwy 43 in Port Washington,
just 30 minutes north of downtown
Feb 22
1077 Lake Drive
Port Washington
Perfect Valentines Date Night!
Dinner 6:30 pm,
Show 7:45 pm
Feb 7, 8, 14, 15
Hosted by
Rob Haswell
of Channel 6
Coming Soon...
Dinner 12:30 pm,
Show 1:45 pm
Feb 8, 9, 15, 16
FRYdays at Memories
Get an All-You-Can-Eat Cod Fish Fry
or Broasted Chicken Dinner and Show
for $35 at all FRIDAY night shows!
Comedy by
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Note: This show
contains sexual
& drug references
and is not
appropriate for
young audiences.
Date Night Bonus For All
Evening Performances:
Keep the spark alive! FREE ROSE for the ladies!
PLUS: We will remain open an hour after the show
for music, drinks & dancing
Join Us
for the
of this
Kohler resident starring in comedy
at Memories in Port Washington
February 7-16
Joaquin Hernandez from West Allis, Pat Forkner from Kohler, Jim
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FEBRUARY 1, 2014
Community newspaper serving the
Village of Kohler
Published twice monthly and
distributed free of charge to all
residents and businesses in
The Village of Kohler
Mary Struck
Phone 920-331-4904
1,150 printed bimonthly on the 1st
and 15th of each month.
Newsstand copies available at
Woodlake Market Sports Core
Falls Piggly Wiggly.
20th prior to the 1st of the month issue
8th prior to the 15th of the month issue
Kohler Villager
The Kohler High School Athletic
Department is extremely excited
to have partnered with Kohler Co.
Hospitality (Destination Kohler)
to offer Bomber Cards for sale.
The cards, which are on sale for
$20 at the Kohler High School of-
fice and at all basketball games,
offer great deals at various Kohler
locations. 100% of the proceeds
for these cards go directly to
Kohler Athletics.
Values on the cards
include the following:
Kohler Waters Spa - four free
guest passes -$180 Value
Sports Core - four free guest
passes -$60 Value
Wisconsin Room - buy one get
one seafood buffet - $39 Value
(One time)
Horse & Plow - free cheese curds
- $8 Value (One time)
The Winery Bar - Free appetizer
with purchase of glass of wine -
$7-$9 Value (One time)
Blackwolf Run - buy one lunch
buffet receive one free - $13.50
Value (One time)
Woodlake Market - 10% off total
purchase (One time only)
Additional Benefits
Craverie Chocolatier Caf - buy
one scoop of ice cream and re-
ceive the second scoop free
Cucina Italian Restaurant - buy
two entrees, receive complimen-
tary appetizer platter for two
Horse & Plow - buy two entrees
and receive one free dessert
Sports Core Salon - 10% off en-
tire retail purchase
Kohler Waters Spa - additional
10% off spa services on Commu-
nity Days (every Wednesday)
Bomber Card offers Kohler
The UW-Extension Landscape and
Grounds Maintenance Short
Course returns in February 2014.
This four week short course is in-
tended for landscapers, parks and
grounds maintenance profession-
als along with horticultural enthu-
siasts interested in learning more.
It will help keep you and your em-
ployees up-to-date on current plant
diseases, insect issues, perennials,
turf care, as well as urban tree and
shrub care.
This years short course will be
held at Sheboygan County UW-
Extension, 5 University Drive,
Sheboygan, on February 7, 14, 21
and 28, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
UW-Extension is now located on
the UW-Sheboygan Campus. A
map and directions can be found
at: .
The registration fee for the en-
tire short course is $40.00 per per-
son. If 3 or more individuals from
the same organization attend all
four sessions, the cost is reduced
to $35.00 per person. You may
choose to attend individual ses-
sions for $15.00 per day.
Schedule of Speakers and Topics
Friday, February 7, 2014, 1:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Basic Understanding of Tree
Structure; Signs of Tree Risk; In-
troduction of Risk Assessment;
How Tree Risk Assessment Can
Affect You Joe VanRooy, Assis-
tant Manager Ranger Services
Inc., ISA Certified Arborist, Ab-
junct Faculty Urban Forestry In-
structor Fox Valley Technical
Friday, February 14, 2014, 1:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Considerations for Growing Shade
Plants Mark Dwyer, Director of
Horticulture, Rotary Botanical
Small to Medium Sized Trees for
the Landscape: Assessing the Site
Dr. Laura Jull, UW-Extension
Woody Ornamental Specialist
Friday, February 21, 2014, 1:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Unpredictable Insect Outbreaks
and the Critters of 2012 Phil Pel-
litteri, UW-Extension Insect Spe-
Deadly Diseases in the Landscape
Dr. Brian Hudelson, UW-Exten-
sion Plant Disease Specialist.
Friday, February 28, 2014, 1:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Effective Treatment Options for
Managing Emerald Ash Borer
Dr. Chris Williamson, UW-Exten-
sion Turfgrass and Ornamental
The Emerald Ash Borer Quaran-
tine State and Federal Regula-
tions Christopher Deegan,
To request a 2014 Landscape
and Grounds Maintenance Short
Course brochure or for registration
information, contact the Sheboy-
gan County UW-Extension office
at 459-5904 or go to our website
UW-Extension Landscape and Grounds Maintenance
Short Course returns in February 2014
Colin Fessler wins Kohler Schools
National Geography Bee
By Duane Du Mez, National
Geography Bee Coordinator
Kohler sixth-grader Colin Fessler
has moved one step closer to win-
ning a $25,000 College Scholarship
after winning the first round in the
National Geography Bee. On Janu-
ary 13, Fessler competed against
nine other contestants at the school-
level Bee two from each grade
level in 4th thru 8th grade.
The school-level Bee is the first
round in the 23rd annual National
Geography Bee, which is sponsored
by Google. Sudents answer oral and
written questions on geography.
The kick-off for this years Bee
was the week of November 11, with
thousands of schools around the US,
District of Columbia, and five U.S.
territories participating. The school
winners, including Colin, will now
take a written test; up to 100 of the
top scorers in each state and territory
will be eligible to compete in their
state Bee on April 4, 2014.
The National Geographic Society
will provide an all-expenses-paid
trip to Washington, D.C., for state
champions and teacher escorts to
participate in the Bee national cham-
pionship rounds on May 21, 2014.
The first-place national winner will
receive a $25,000 college scholar-
ship, a lifetime membership in the
Society, and a trip to
the Galapagos Is-
lands, courtesy of
Lindblad Expeditions
and National Geo-
Awar d- wi nni ng
journalist, Soledad
OBrien will moder-
ate the national finals,
which will air on May
21. The program will
air on television.
Check local listings
for dates and times.
The National Geo-
graphic Society developed the Na-
tional Geography Bee in response to
a growing concern about the lack of
geographic knowledge among
young people in the United States.
Anyone can brush up on geogra-
phy with GeoBee Challenge, an on-
line geography quiz at,
which poses five new questions a
day from previous National Geo-
graphic Bees.
The National Geographic Society
is the worlds largest nonprofit sci-
entific and educational organization.
Founded in 1888, the Society re-
flects the world through magazines,
books, maps, television and interac-
tive media.
to Colin for his fine
performance in the
school level Bee.
Congratulations to
the following stu-
dents for winning
the class level com-
4th Grade Will
Tipton and Saman-
tha Stalzer
5th grade Saman-
tha Kochan and Is-
abilla Solano-Lara
6th grade Conner
Cassidy and Amy Jane Morrissett
7th grade Colin Fessler and Trent
8th grade Margaret Biznek and
Douglas Wake
The two champion round finalists
were Colin Fessler and Trent Stock.
Colin won based on the total correct
answers in a head to head competi-
This is the second year in a row
that Colin has won the school level
Bee and last year he was selected to
attend the state competition. Colin
should be finding out sometime in
March if he qualifies for the state
level competition again. Good Luck
Pianist Greta Thoresen has won
second place for elementary stu-
dents in the Music Teachers Na-
tional Association Composition
Contest for her piece The Spirited
Suite. She will be awarded a prize
of $250.
Thoresen was the State of Wis-
consin representative and won the
East Central Division. She then
advanced to the National Finals.
Her composition is written for
piano and has three movements: 1.
The Whimsical Witch 2. The Flut-
tering Fairy and 3. The Bizarre
Greta, age 10, lives in Sheboy-
gan and is a fifth grader at Kohler
Public School. She has been
studying piano for four years and
is a student of Drea Wagner.
Music Teachers National Asso-
ciation is a nonprofit organization
comprised of 22,000 independent
and collegiate music teachers
committed to advancing the value
of music study and music making
to society, and to supporting the
professionalism of music teachers.
Kohler student wins second
place at music contest
Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
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(Before and afer school care available)
Montessori certed & early childhood educated teachers
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Submitted photo
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP
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548 Sir Howard Cir., Kohler
Well maintained 2-Story Contemporary home
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Open concept kitchen with updated appliances
Office and sunroom overlook the lake
Master suite and bath w/jetted tub and walk-in shower
Exposed Lower level open area for entertaining, 4
Lower theater/media room, exercise room, office
Exterior cedar siding, composite decking, well landscaped
#3815 $769,000
James Schermetzler 912-1982
Shari Jensen Mike Daniels Jim Schermetzler Terri Stewart Kathy Nonhof Meg Trager Brian Homiston
Village Realty & Development Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075 or toll free (800) 351-4371
Fred Stone
848 Briarwood Ct., Kohler
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
Dramatic entryway, formal dining room
Grand family room to picturesque private patio
Third floor guest suite, four fireplaces
Separate carriage house above garage
#3809 $724,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
1078B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
2 Bedrooms, Den, 3 full baths, 1
floor Laundry
Luxury master suite w/2 vanities, WI closet, WI shower
Kitchen w/beautiful cherry cabinetry, ceramic tile, soaring
ceilings, appliances
Open concept living areas of the kitchen, dinette, and living
Living room has gas fireplace and sliding patio doors to a
lovely deck
Fully finished lower level with office, family room, adtl utility
area, full bath
An open feeling is found with the condo on the corner of
Creeks Cross & Willow Ln
#3816 $249,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
418 Summit Rd, Kohler
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 $179,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
935 Aspen Rd, Kohler
Priced far below assessment, on a wooded lot
4 Bedrooms, 4 bath areas, hardwood & tile floors
Natural fireplace, Open living-dining combo
Library, family room off dinette, office
Lower rec room, wet bar, laminate flooring
2.5 Car garage, large deck, private drive
#3821 $235,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
615 E Washington Ave., Cleveland
Great location, close to elementary school & lake
5 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, wood & tile floors
Large living and dining rooms, large entry foyer
Updated Kitchen, Front and rear decks, 2 car garage
Nice fenced yard with fruit trees, enclosed rear porch
Adjacent .34 acre lot available separately
#3822 $135,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1097-1A Woodlake Rd., Kohler
Motivated Seller, 3 Bedrooms, 2 full baths
All new stainless steel kitchen appliances
Former Kohler Model Condo with 1700 sq ft
Vaulted ceilings, 1
floor laundry room
Screened in three season sun porch
Living room with gas fireplace
Private driveway and immediate occupancy
Priced to sell at $30,600 below assessed value
#3793 $179,900
Terri Stewart 912-4303
509 Green Tree Rd, Kohler
Excellent neighborhood near school & park
Recently added family room & master suite
Lots of tile and wood floors, bright & cheery
5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Living room with fireplace, sun room
Dining room with patio door
Lower rec room and 5th bedroom
#3820 $339,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
Kohler Co., leading manufac-
turer of kitchen & bath plumbing
products, is pleased to add to its
successful line of KOHLER Orig-
inal Recipe Chocolates - the silky
smooth Chocolate Bar Collection.
The bars, now available as 1.5
ounce confections, made their
debut at this year's Fancy Food
Show in San Francisco and are of-
fered in six delicious flavors: Milk
and Dark Chocolate, Hazelnut
Crunch, Mint, Cherry Almond
and Peanut Butter.
The line of Chocolate Bars un-
derwent a complete transforma-
tion, improving the recipes and
packaging. The recipe for each
Chocolate Bar was reviewed dili-
gently while the staff worked tire-
lessly to create a memorable
tasting experience. The Peanut
Butter Chocolate Bar is one that
Chocolatier Anette Righi DeFendi
and her staff recall fondly as the
research, trials and improvements
made set the tone for how thor-
oughly each bar was approached.
The new Peanut Butter Choco-
late Bar includes a filling of natu-
ral creamy peanut butter, a hint of
sea salt and a dash of milk and
dark chocolate - encased in a per-
fect blend of a milk chocolate
shell. "Our goal with the new
Peanut Butter Chocolate Bar was
to find the perfect blend and bal-
ance of a rich and silky smooth
filling that melts in your mouth,"
said DeFendi.
"We tried several versions of
each Chocolate Bar until we
found the perfect combination.
We really aimed to 'set the bar'
high with our versions and are ex-
cited to introduce these delicious
chocolate bars to our consumers,"
DeFendi added.
The Chocolate Bars are avail-
able year round and can be pur-
chased online at or in
Kohler at Craverie Chocolatier
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates
debuts flavorful line of chocolate bars
PHoto courtesy of Kohler Co.
FEBRUARY 1, 2014
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Sue Breitbach Fenn Agency
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 457-1950
American Family Insurance
agent Sue Breitbach Fenn
earns American Star Excellence
in Customer Experience
Madison, Wis. (Date) Sue
Breitbach Fenn, an Ameri-
can Family Insurance agent
in Sheboygan, WI, has been
recognized for providing
outstanding customer expe-
rience under the American
Star Excellence in Customer Ex-
perience Certification. Breitbach
Fenn joins other American Family
agents who have demonstrated the
highest level of commitment to
outstanding customer service.
Breitbach Fenn has been an
agent for American Family since
January, 1994. Her office is lo-
cated at 3626 Erie Ave., Sheboy-
gan, WI 53081.
When choosing an insurance
agent, consumers can rely on the
American Star Excellence in Cus-
tomer Experience Certification to
help them identify agents with a
proven dedication to meeting cus-
tomer needs, said Dan Schultz,
American Family president and
chief operating officer. This is an
outstanding accomplish-
The service excellence
distinction was determined
through an evaluation
process conducted under
guidelines established
through the American Star Excel-
lence in Customer Experience cer-
tification. The process consists of
a customer satisfaction survey
which measures customers over-
all experience with their current
American Family agent. Only
agencies that perform in the top
20 percent of all insurance agen-
cies nationwide, based on cus-
tomer satisfaction surveys, are
eligible to become American Star
Excellence in Customer Experi-
ence certified.
About American Family Insurance
Based in Madison, Wis., American Family
Insurance offers auto, homeowners, life,
health, commercial and farm/ranch insur-
ance in 19 states. American Family is the
nations third-largest mutual property/ca-
sualty insurance company and 14th-largest
property/casualty insurance group.
Sue Fenn
The Sheboygan Lakers Squirt C
hockey team finished in second
place among eight teams partici-
pating in the Johnsonville Squirt
B/C Lakers Invitational held at the
Sheboygan Blue Line Ice Center
on January 11 and 12. The Lakers
Squirt C team defeated Janesville
C, 2-1 in a sudden death overtime
battle with Owen Hayon scoring
the winning goal. The Lakers went
on to beat Arrowhead C, 4-1, fea-
turing a hat trick by Joseph Gerb-
itz. In the championship game, the
Lakers were outmatched by Win-
netka A/B, 2-9.
Kohler third grade students play for the Sheboygan Lakers Squirt 2C Hockey
Team. Pictured above are: Noah Fibiger (Defensemen), Kevin ONeill
(Defensemen), and Teague Pilgrim (Forward). The teams standings are 9-11-3
and they have qualified to play in the State playdown tournament on February 2.
Back row: Head Coach Dennis Videtic, Assistant Coaches Nate Hayon and John O'Neill.
Middle row players: Jacob Fox, Sierra Hendricks, Owen Hayon, Kevin O'Neill, Joseph Gerbitz, Ian Prisinger, Teague
Pilgrim, and Bennett Waara.
Front row: Noah Fibiger, Dylan Videtic, Austin Schuh, Luke Jowett, William Johnson, and Luke Gotwald.
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Oostburg 57, Kohler 46 (1-6
It would have been nice to
have gone Dutch treat that
night, but Oostburg did not
want any part of it as they made
us pay with a 57-46 loss at
home on January 10.
The Dutchmen Klomped
their way to a ten point lead
after the opening quarter and
were able to hold it in the sec-
ond to put them up at the half
35-21. Down by twelve at the
end of the third quarter, Kohler
stole the momentum in the
fourth; coming within six
points of capturing the lead
and then the little Dutch boy
took his finger out of the dyke.
Despite the outcome, I know
this is the start of something
new, something great, said for-
ward Jordan Toeller.
Brennan Ladwig led the
Bombers in scoring with 17,
followed by Brett Mueller with
12. Noah Fink played a com-
plete game by contributing six
steals, five assists, five re-
bounds and five points.
Jake Hurlbutt led in scoring
for the Flying Dutchmen with
14, while Andrew Telschow
added another 13.
Even though this game will
go down in the books as a loss,
as Mike Ditka said, Youre
never a loser until you quit try-
ing. The Blue Bombers never
gave up in the second half,
showing desire, discipline, de-
termination and self-sacrifice.
That in and of itself is a victory.
Kohler Noah Fink 5, Brett Mueller
12, Calvin Stefanczyk 9, Jordan Toeller
3, Brennan Ladwig 17. 3-pt: Mueller 2,
Fink, 1.
Kohler 63, Sheboygan
Christian 53 (2-6 CLC)
The Bombers put the eagle
back on the endangered species
list as they took out Sheboygan
Christian January 14 with a 63-
53 victory on the road.
The Blue Bombers came out
strong in the first quarter with a
21-14 lead and kept building
from there, never allowing the
Eagles to take flight throughout
the remainder of the game.
We worked together tonight
as a team, said Bomber
forward, Noah Fink. Brett and
Brennan have been shooting the
ball well, and Phils the type
that knows who to get the ball
to and when to get it to them.
Fink had a game-high 16
points with three 3-pointers for
the Blue Bombers, who also
had double-digit scoring from
Brett Mueller with 13 and
Calvin Stefanczyk with 10.
For the Eagles, Josh Stecker
had a high of 13 while
teammate Caleb Kelley added
11 more.
It was nice to see the
Bombers in good spirits, soar-
ing highon eagles wings.
Kohler - Case 6, Fink 16, Pellowski 2,
Mueller 13, Stefanczyk 10, Toeller 9,
Bauer 2, Ladwig 5. 3-pt: Fink 3, Mueller
Elkhart Lake 37, Kohler 36
(2-7 CLC)
The Resorters booked them-
selves a ticket to victory Janu-
ary 18th with a 37-36 win over
the Bombers.
The Bombers held the lead
throughout, but Elkhart Lake
pulled ahead in the back and
forth game in the fourth quarter,
outscoring Kohler 14-7 in the
final frame for the win.
We played hard, but were un-
able to execute the game plan
for the win, said forward Cody
Noah Fink scored 11 points
and Brett Mueller added 10 to
lead Kohler. Antonio Bett had
the game high for the Resorters
with 15 points.
In the end, it came down to
thisthe Elk played with more
Kohler - Case 1, Fink 11, Pellowski 2,
Mueller 10, Stefanczyk 2, Toeller 4,
Bauer 2, Ladwig 4. 3-pt: Fink 3, Mueller
Upcoming Home games:
February 4 vs. Sheboygan
Christian, and February 7 (Au-
tograph Night) vs. Cedar Grove
Your Blue Bombers schedule
can be found online at:
Noah Fink shoots
Bombers boys basketball roundup
Jordan Toeller looks for open player
Kohler boys basketball to
hold youth autograph night
Your favorite Blue Bomber
player is just a Sharpie away! Meet
the Blue Bomber Varsity Boys
Basketball Team on Friday, Febru-
ary 7 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the
high school event Lobby, where
they will be on hand before the
game to sign autographs (Team
photos will be provided). The team
will host Cedar Grove-Belgium-
with the Junior Varsity game start-
ing at 5:50 pm, followed by the
Varsity game at 7:30 pm. Save the
date, invite your friends, put on
your Kohler blue and well see you
there. Go Bombers!
Youth Autograph Night is spon-
sored by the parents of the boys
basketball team
The 23rd Annual Alumni Bas-
ketball game was held at the
Kohler High School Gym on Sat-
urday, December 28, 2013.
Twenty-three alumni basketball
players from the 1970s-2013 were
there with Ken Roeder as referee.
Proceeds from the game go toward
the Kohler School basketball pro-
The players this year included:
James Misfeldt, Jay Maki, Connor
Hogan, Todd Zimmermann, Greg
Pierce, Greg Gottsacker, Casey
Maki, Mike Zimmermann, Zach
Pethan, Aaron Damrow, Bob
Maki, Tom Erickson, Joe Wolf,
Doug Bocchini, Curt Scheppman,
McLean Bennett, Drew Bogard,
Joe Erickson, Jon Peters, Britten
Wolf, Ryan Peters, Christian Wolf,
Cody Maki.
Kohler girls players,
coaches recognized at boys
game half time
Kohler 2nd Grade Team 1
Coach: Todd Zimmermann
Nicole Zimmermann
Emerson Schueller
Amber Hess
Danielle Stoffregen
Katie Schumacher
Kohler 2nd Grade Team 2
Coaches: Ryan Pociask and Shawn
Emersyn Oldenhoff
Maddie Cole
Haven Wimmer
Kohler 3rd Grade Team
Coach: Rob Thomas
Ava Buteyn
McKenna Holzrichter
Norah Justinger
Cece Krumholz
Vanessa Lade
Elyse Reinbacher
Norah Thomas
Tara Uselding
Dru Uselding
Dayne Uselding
Belle Wichman
Kohler 4th Grade Team
Coaches: Gena Gebler and Maggie
Kennedy Gebler
Molly Melowski
Mindy Shaw
Olivia Hunsucker
Hailey Cole
Grace Breitenbach
Ava Chulds
Natalie Udovich
Kohler 5th Grade Team
Coaches: David Rustan, Michael
Pellegrino and Arvin Montes
Erin Pelligrino
Ella Vonziemer
Mimi Rustan
Molly Hunsucker
Shannon O'Leary
Grace Wohlgemuth
McKenna Schumacher
Lily Montes
Izzy Solano-Lara
Rachel Marventano
Lauren Quasius
Kohler 6th Grade Team
Coaches: Jason Keller, Pete Schueller,
Rob Thomas and Susan Pilgrim
Lily-Rose Butterfield
Samantha Cassady
Erin Farrell
Mallory Keller
Mary Madigan
Isabel O'Donnell
Marielena Perez
Kayleigh Pilgrim
Kelsey Sbrocco
Payton Schueller
Caitlin Shaw
Madeline Thomas
Kohler 7th Grade Team
Coaches: Bridgitt Zielke and Steve
Sami Renzelmann
Cecelia Zielke
Molly Thomack
Elly Udovich
Sarah Sobecki
Emma Egbert
Rachel Proudman
Darya Wolniak
Alivia Hundt
Chloe Bohn
Kate O'Leary
Kohler 8th Grade Team
Coaches: Ann Bitter, Pete Schueller
and David Albrecht
Sarah Cassidy
Grace Pellegrino
Grace Nugent
Tilydia Xiong
Catherine Coulson
Macy Tingle
Kaleigh Roeder
Isabel Smith
Frances Schueller
Madeson Albrecht
Christy Zheng
Kohler Girls' High School Team
Coach: Matt Bayens
Amanda Egbert
Lauren Kelm
Amanda Meyer
Angela Schmitt
Alissa Griswold
Sara Ertel
Allie Lindow
Kohler Alumni basketball players
gather for annual game
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Located in Kohler, WI 53044
Kohler Public Library is housed
with the school library in the
school building at 333 Upper
MondayThursday: 8am-
Friday: 8am5pm
Sunday 14pm
Weather related closings will be
reported to TMJ4.
The school has changed their pol-
icy regarding accessibility to the
building after school hours. This
will affect our use of the front
doors on Sundays. Please be
aware that you will have to enter
the library from our side entrance
near the playground. The village
will make every effort to clear
and salt the path.
2014:YEAR OF
Last year I took a class in ge-
nealogical research. This year I
would like to put my training to
use by helping you research your
family tree. We will access sev-
eral databases for research, set up
your family tree, and create an or-
ganization system for your
records. If you are interested in
working with me, please call the
library and set up an appoint-
ment. (459-2923) Im excited to
work with you!
We are very lucky to have in our
library a rich collection of his-
toric photos dating back to the
1920s. Unfortunately they are
not organized or labeled with
dates or names.
We would like to fix this problem
but we need your help. If you
can make it in to the library, we
can have you look through some
photos and hopefully put some
names with the faces. If you
cant make it in, we can certainly
make copies for you (about 24 at
a time) and deliver them to you.
The library has applied for a
grant to digitalize the collection
so that people from all over can
enjoy this collection.
The library is interested in start-
ing a Lego Club for kids. We are
looking for donations of Lego
blocks to start our collection. If
you have unused kits in your attic
or basement and youd like to
help grow this new program,
please contact Erin.
We meet the second Tuesday of
every month at 6:30. Please join
us for an evening where we work
on our projects and share our
skills and lots of laughs. Every-
one is welcome. Crocheters wel-
Let us know where you are plan-
ning your next vacation! We will
make sure we have the latest
travel guides for your destina-
Takedown Twenty Janet
W is for Wasted Sue Grafton
Doctor Sleep Stephen King
Gone James Patterson
Storm Front John Sanford
The Longest Ride Nicholas
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FEBRUARY 1, 2014
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 6:00
p.m. in the District Office Conference Room. Roll
Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The following board
members were present: Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly,
John Suralik and Matt Kautzer. Laura Kohler was ab-
Statement of Public Notice
December 6, 2013
Approval of Agenda
John Suralik moved to approve the amended
agenda. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
John Suralik moved to enter into closed session.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Adjourn to Closed Session to consider employ-
ment, contracts and performance-related informa-
tion for employees over which the school board
has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility pur-
suant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85 (1)(c)
Roll Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The following
board members were present: Marlene Yang, Diane
Kelly, and Matt Kautzer. Laura Kohler was absent.
Discussion items:
Athletic Co-op programs
Staffing & enrollment
Matt Kautzer moved to enter into open session.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
Reconvene in open session/roll call of members
(Kohler Public Library) 7:06 p.m.
Roll Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The following
board members were present: Marlene Yang, Diane
Kelly, John Suralik and Matt Kautzer. Laura Kohler
was absent.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
The annual WASB-WASDA-WASBO State Educa-
tion Convention will be January 22-24, 2014 in
Milwaukee. A delegate is needed for the meeting
on January 21, 2014.
The WISEDASH portal is open on the Department
of Public Instruction web site
The National Blue Ribbon Flag Raising Ceremony
will take place on December 10, 2013.
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
The National Blue Ribbon ceremony in DC shines a
spotlight on Kohler Schools as a district of distinc-
tion and example. We look forward to a commu-
nity celebration tomorrow morning to raise the flag
in honor of our collective efforts and extraordinary
The Kohler School Friends hosted the most suc-
cessful craft fair. Record attendance, student
showcase of music talent, and school community
volunteers made for new highs. Special thanks to
chairwoman Vicki Friske, co-presidents Beth Ten-
gowski and Sonja Heins, music teachers Lori
Hucke, Wendy Kukla, and Rich Tengowski, and dis-
trict faculty and staff for set up and cheerful help.
Senate Bill 51 passed and Assembly Bill 489 looks
to increase the graduation requirement in math and
science from 2 credits to 3 credits. While Wiscon-
sin currently has the lowest math and science
graduation requirements in the Midwest, the major-
ity of Kohler High School students earn 3 credits of
math and science.
I earned certification as an Educator Effectiveness
Evaluator. This certifies my skills as a master rater
of the Charlotte Danielsons Framework for Teach-
ing Domains 1 and 2 (observable components).
Ratings of professional practice are based on de-
fined critical attributes and alignment of evidence.
Most importantly, the process of moving forward
will enhance and elevate professional practice.
Principals Report (Lori Neurohr)
Elementary News
In first grade, students made Math Fact Family Trees
and Elves that will hang with a writing they com-
pleted. The students wrote about a job they would
like to apply for at the North Pole. Students want to
be Santas Assistant, Toy Makers, Cookie Makers,
and other various jobs at the North Pole.
The third graders are writing personal narratives. To
have it be meaningful for the children, they are writ-
ing about a Christmas memory or activity they do
with their families. Unbeknownst to their families,
these will also serve as a gift to give
this Christmas. They are also writing about the New
Year wishes for the year. Students decided to bring
canned goods to donate to Salvation Army to help
people who are less fortunate.
Mrs. Kukla has been very busy preparing for next
weeks elementary music program titled Here we
Come A-Caroling. This will be held on Thursday,
December 19th at 2:00 in the theater. Please come
to sing along to some classic Christmas songs and
finish as always, with Let There be Peace on Earth.
Middle School News
Laura Multer and Nicole Nevers are collaborating to
provide a tier 2 intervention for study skills for mid-
dle school students. A group of 30 middle schoolers
had 3 or more missing or late assignments, overall
grades of Ds and/or Fs in one or more classes.
Nicole Nevers has provided them weekly with miss-
ing assignment sheets while Laura has been using
the SOAR curriculum to teach them skills such as
setting priorities, making goals, using a planner,
managing their time, etc.
Mr. Bayens seventh graders are beginning a unit on
the Legislative Branch of the U.S. government. Stu-
dents will be creating political cartoons and con-
ducting research for a role playing a senate hearing.
The middle school teachers conducted a little experi-
ment by placing dotted lines in the middle of the hall-
ways. This was done to encourage students to stay
on the right hand side, keeping our hallways
safer. There are even round-abouts on the corners!
Review of District Finances (Matt Kautzer)
Matt Kautzer stated finance committee meeting met
on December 5. The 2013-2014 budget is on track.
Consent Agenda
Approval of November 11,2013 Regular Board Min-
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committeeno items
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
Kohler School Foundation proposal discussed and
Discussion of the Strategic Plan was held.
Recommendation to retain the following policies:
Policy 5730-Equal Access fornondistrict-
sponsoredstudent clubs and activities(Retain)
Policy 7530.01-Staff use of wireless communication
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes December 9, 2013
Feb 4, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Home vs. Sheboygan Christian
Feb 7, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Home vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium
Feb 11, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Away vs. Stockbridge
Feb 14, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Away vs. Belleville
Feb 15, 2014 @ 6:30 PM Away vs. Monona Grove
Feb 18, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Away vs. Oostburg
Feb 21, 2014 @ 7:30 PM Home vs. Sheboygan Lutheran
Special Events
Kohler Junior Bombers Night:Tuesday, February 4
Autograph Night:Friday, February 7
Senior Night:Friday, February 21
School fitness center hours of
operation, Jan. 2-Mar. 31
Monday 6:00-7:30 am & 3:30-7:30 pm
Tuesday 3:30-7:30 pm
Wednesday 6:00-7:30 am & 3:30-7:30 pm
Thursday 3:30-7:30 pm
Friday 6:00-7:30 am & 3:30-5:00 pm
Saturday 8:00-11:30 am
Sunday 3:00-6:00 pm
Questions! Contact Doug Bocchini 803-7205.
School closings due to inclement weather:
WHBL (1330 AM),
THE POINT (104.5 OR 96.1 FM),
WSTM (91.3 FM)
WLKN Lake 98.1
WTMJ Channel 4
WFRV Channel 5
WISN Channel 12
WITI FOX6 Channel 6
Visit for school closing information,
or tune into the following TV or radio stations:
Monday February 3 Home vs. Lake Country Lutheran
Thursday February 6 Home vs. Howards Grove
Saturday February 8 Home vs. Oostburg
Friday February 14 Home vs. Random Lake
Thursday February 20 Away vs. Sheboygan Lutheran
Monday February 24 Home vs. Green Bay NEW Lutheran
The days and times for the KHS Winter One-Acts at Kohler Memorial
Theatre were incorrect in the last issue. Correct times and dates are Sat-
urday, February 1 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, February 2 at 2:00 pm. Ad-
mission is free.
What is the World Affairs Semi-
The World Affairs Seminar
(WAS) is a unique interactive ed-
ucational program developed by
Rotary District 6270 for high
school students, ages 15-18. The
vision is to build global leaders
and citizens through an interna-
tional seminar with an innovative
academic program and numerous
recreational activities that foster
interaction and understanding. It
is held on the campus of Carroll
College in Waukesha, WI.
Peace through Understanding is
the WAS motto. The focus is cur-
rent global topics and trends. The
week-long experience provides an
opportunity for U.S. and interna-
tional students from a variety of
backgrounds to discuss issues in a
non-threatening environment.
They experience new and differ-
ent ideas and viewpoints brought
forward both by their colleagues
and by world renowned experts.
For More Information: Website
Interested students need to be
recommended by a teacher or
guidance counselor. The deadline
for scholarship applications is
February 17, 2014. Applications
can be found on the above web-
site. Interviews will be conducted
the fourth week of February.
Eight Scholarships (cost of
seminar $650) will be awarded by
the Sheboygan Downtown and
Early Bird Rotary Clubs if stu-
dents are chosen.
Contacts: Downtown Rotary,
Sheryl Dyksterhouse 698-6641,
Steve Roelse: Early Bird Rotary
Scholarships offered to attend
World Affairs Seminar 2014
in Waukesha, June 21-27
devices (Retain)
Policy 8330-Student Records (Retain)
Recommendation to reject the following policies:
Policy 4162-Controlled Substance and Alcohol Pol-
icy for Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Drivers
Policy 7530.01V2-Board Owned Personal Commu-
nication Devices (Reject)
Policy 7530.02-Staff Use of Personal Communica-
tion Devices (Reject)
Recommendation to adopt the following revised
Policy 2131.01-Reading Instructional Goals and
Kindergarten Assessment (Revised)
Policy 2270Religion in the Curriculum (Revised)
Policy 3362-Employee Anti-Harassment (Revised)
Policy 4362-Employee Anti-Harassment (Revised)
Policy 5111.01-Homeless Students (Revised)
Policy 5517-Student Anti-Harassment (Revised)
Policy 9130-Public Requests, Suggestions or Com-
plaints (Revised)
Policy 9160-Public Attendance at School Events
Policy 9150-School Visitors (Revised)
Recommendation to adopt the following new pol-
Policy 8390-Animals on District Property (New)
Diane Kelly moved to approve the consent agenda.
Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Consideration of Committee of the Whole recom-
mendation to retain NEOLA policies
Matt Kautzer move to retain NEOLA policy 5730,
policy 7530.01 and policy 8330 and to waive the
second reading. Diane Kelly seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Consideration of Committee of the Whole recom-
mendation to reject NEOLA policies
Matt Kautzer move to reject NEOLA policy 4162,
policy 7530.01V2 and policy 7530.02 and to waive
the second reading. Diane Kelly seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Consideration of Committee of the Whole recom-
mendation to adopt the revised NEOLA policies
Matt Kautzer moved to adopt the following revised
policies: policy 2131.01, policy 2270, policy 3362,
policy 4362, policy 5111.01, policy 5517, policy
9130, policy 9160, and policy 9150 and to waive
the second reading. John Suralik seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Consideration of Committee of the Whole recom-
mendation to adopt the new NEOLA policy
Matt Kautzer move to adopt NEOLA policy 8390.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Approve the request for maternity leave for
Nicole Nevers, ms science teacher
Diane Kelly moved to approve the request for ma-
ternity leave for Nicole Nevers, ms science teacher.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Approve the request for maternity leave for
Amanda Sprang, 4
grade teacher
Diane Kelly moved to approve the request for ma-
ternity leave for Amanda Sprang, 4
grade teacher.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Accept the generous donation from the Frederic
C Kohler Foundation in the amount of $13,950
John Suralik moved to accept the generous dona-
tion from the Frederic C Kohler Foundation in the
amount of $13,950. Diane Kelly seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjourn to Closed Session to consider employ-
ment, contracts and performance-related infor-
mation for employees over which the school
board has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility
pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn into closed session.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. The
meeting entered into closed at 7:30 p.m.
Diane Kelly moved to adjourn. Matt Kautzer sec-
All ayes. Meeting adjourned at 9:30 pm.
From Public Works
Bruce Neerhof
Advance Disposal will deliver garbage, recy-
cling, and yardwaste carts to village residents
the week of February 24, 2014. Please use the
carts for the Tuesday March 4, 2014 pickup. If
you have questions about the carts, please call
Advance Disposal Customer Service at
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Brett Edgerle
Charles Keller
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian Post
Sue Jaberg
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini
Aquatics Director
Jen Vallo
Erin Coppersmith
From Clerk/
Treasurer Laurie
Village Meetings Scheduled for February
2/5 Property Committee 4:30 pm
2/3 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
2/5 Library 12:30 pm
(at library)
2/10 Village Board 5:30 pm
2/27 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall,
319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
Dog and Cat Licenses
All dogs and cats over 5 months of age
require licensing. Rabies vaccination
certificate is required at time of licensing.
Dogs and cats must be licensed by April 1 of
each year. The fees are:
Unaltered dog/cat $12.00
Altered dog/cat $ 5.00
Late fee $ 5.00
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
Texting and Driving
Are you or someone you know getting consumed
by texting? Are you or someone you know still
texting while driving even though it is now illegal
in Wisconsin? Many of us think of ourselves as
good drivers, but those of you who text and drive
are 23 times more likely to be involved in a crash
than someone that isnt texting. Sometimes we
think that what is going on in our lives is the most
important thing. Things can go bad real quick
when you are distracted. A distracted driver is a
dangerous driver on the roadways for everyone.
There is enough to be watchful for when driving,
let alone being distracted by phone calls or tex-
ting. To read more about texting and driving, find
the link on our website at
Vacation Checks
Dont forget that if you are planning to go away
on spring break or at any time during the year, that
you may have the Kohler Police Department
check your house while you are gone. Residents
can now request a vacation check on-line through
the Kohler Police Departments web page, by
stopping by the department or calling. If you call
outside of regular business hours you may leave a
message too. In your message just include your
name, address, duration of your vacation and any
other pertinent information that we may need to
know. Some pertinent information may include
lights that are on timers, alarms, and names of per-
sons that may stop by or keyholders. Any other
questions about this service, please call the police
Approved Resolution No. 2013-17, Show Appre-
ciation to the Town of Sheboygan Fire Depart-
Approved Annual Renewal for the Joint Powers
Agreement with the Sheboygan County Sher-
riffs Department.
Appointed election officials.
Approved request for fireworks display permit to
Bartolotta Fireworks Co for 12/31/13 at River-
Approved agreement with Associated Appraisal
Consultants, Inc. to perform a revaluation in
2014, cost $49,900.
Authorized Brett Edgerle to sell 1978 Ladder
Authorized Chief Rutten to have Urban Wildlife
Specialists, Inc. sharpshooters cull deer.
Approved standard curb installation on CTH Y
and to lower the speed limit to 40 mph.
Approved four special yard waste collection des-
ignated pickups and Frequently Asked Ques-
tions handout for new garbage collection
Approved 2014 Water and Sewer Utility Budgets.
Approved Operators licenses.
Approved the following Ordinances:
2013-2, Fraudulent Return of Merchandise.
2013-3, Receipt of Stolen Property
Approved October 2013 Revenue/Expense re-
ports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
Approved revisions to employee manual.
Approved the following requests for Tourism
Promotion & Development Committee funds:
$5,000 ice skating rink
$6,400 Holiday Shop, Dine, Spa Radio Cam-
$4,000 The American Club Resort-Just Luxe
Dedicated Eblast
$30,000 Resort/Romance-Focused Winter Di-
rect mail campaign
$7,500 Celebration of Chocolate weekend
$10,000 Winterfest
The following actions
were taken by the Village
Board during their
December 9 meeting:
FEBRUARY 1, 2014
The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Ice skating on Wood Lake
The ice skating rink is now open on
Wood Lake at The Shops at Woodlake.
Bring your skates and enjoy the
amenities including benches at lakes
edge, rubber mats for safety, and early
evening lighting. The rink is groomed
weekly for as is deemed safe and is
open to the public. For more information
call 920-459-1713.
High Tea
Wisconsin Room
Saturdays through March, 1-3pm
High Tea, Sandwiches and Sweets -
High Tea, Artisan Cheeses and Fruit -
Childrens Tea - $14
Reservations recommended, call 866-
Kids Cooking Class
February 8, 10am-Noon, $20
Blackwolf Run
Children get collaborative with the chefs
at Blackwolf Run to make some
wonderful culinary creations. And, of
course, they will taste test what they
make. Ages 10-13. Class size is limited.
Please call 920-803-3286 for more
information and reservations.
Trunk Show
February 13
Art Imigs Clothiers
Trunk Show Measure up Custom
shirts. Purchase five shirts and receive
the sixth free. For more information call
Valentines Day Dining
February 14-16
The Kitchens of Kohler offer experiential
dining for Valentines Day with special
prix fix, a la carte and special menus
paired with wine at Blackwolf Run, The
Wisconsin Room, Cucina and The
Immigrant Restaurant. For reservations
and more information call 920-457-
Grand Prix Tennis
February 15, 12-3pm, Fee
Sports Core
Grand Prix offers a valuable, fun
opportunity for intermediate and
advanced tennis players, ages 18 &
under, to utilize the knowledge and
skills learned during lessons in a
competitive setting. Participants will
have the chance to compete in both
singles and doubles matches. For every
game won, players will earn one Grand
Prix Buck. At the end of the session,
each player will have the opportunity to
cash in their Grand Prix Bucks for
tennis prizes, including string, grips and
more! $28/Members, $32/Non-Members
Call 920-457-4444 for more information.
Chocolate Lottery
Through February 16
Craverie Chocolatier Cafe
Following a purchase a retail box of
Kohler Original Recipe Dark Chocolate
Raspberry Champagne Hearts (4-, 9- or
32-Piece Box) you will pick a Chocolate
Lottery heart out of the basket to
receive a discount of $1, $2 or $3 off
your purchase or win the chocolate
lottery and the purchase is free!
Cinema in Kohler - When Harry Met
February 22, 7pm, $4 per person
Appley Theatre
Doors open at 6:30pm
Concessions available for purchase
Kohler hosts a delicious palate of chocolate-
themed demonstrations and dinners
Revel in all things chocolate at
the 2nd annual In Celebration of
Chocolate extravaganza featuring
three days of choc-full cocoa-
themed seminars, educational
demonstrations, tastings and
experiential dining at The
American Club resort on
February 7-9. An entire weekend
is packed to celebrate all things
chocolate and Kohler Co.s
sweetest product: Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolates.
Chocolate-lovers rejoice with
chocolate events morning, noon
and night. The weekend fte
commences with the In
Celebration of Chocolate Wine
Dinner on Friday presenting four
delightful sweet and savory
courses expertly paired with
wines from Kobrand at The
American Club. Saturday is a
full-day of enlightening and
educational demonstrations
hosted by culinary and libations
experts from The Kitchens of
Kohler sharing insight into
drinking, pairing and cooking
with chocolate. The day
concludes with The Signature
Event, an exquisite gala-style
affair showering guests with
countless food tastings and
indulgent confections at the
Kohler Design Center. The final
sweet soiree is celebrated at The
Wisconsin Room farm-to-table
restaurant as the traditional
Sunday brunch gets a chocolaty
makeover at Chocolate Lovers
Throughout the festive
weekend, Craverie Chocolatier
Caf will be showcasing the
seasonal Kohler Original Recipe
Chocolate Raspberry Champagne
Hearts richly blended ganache,
flavored with raspberry,
champagne and cognac. The
Raspberry Champagne Hearts are
created annual for Valentines
Day and are available for a
limited time at Craverie
Chocolate Caf or online at
Chocolate-lovers may reserve
hotel packages at The American
Club or Inn on Woodlake or
select from the a la carte ticketed
events available online at or
800-344-2838. Individual event
prices range from $25 to $125
per ticket, per person. Hotel
package prices start at $216 per
person based on double
occupancy and include two
nights accommodation and
tickets to select events.
In Celebration of Chocolate
events are hosted at a variety of
locales throughout the five-star
five-diamond American Club
For reservations please call
800-344-2838 or for a full
list of activities, visit Stay up to
date on news and happenings
on Facebook:
and on Twitter:
In Celebration of Chocolate Wine
Dinner: Friday, 6:30-10pm
Enjoy an elegant four-course meal
presented by the Kitchens of Kohler,
paired with select wines from
Kobrand Inc. highlighting the balance
of sweet and savory dishes and
ingredients at in The Great Bays
Ballroom The American Club. $125
Chocolate Demonstration:
Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels and
Chocolate Banana Panini: Saturday,
Head pastry chef Molly Glackin
presents a seminar at the
Demonstration Kitchen that
highlights some of the delicious
desserts featured at The American
Club. $35
Adult Hot Chocolate and
Pairings: Saturday, 11am-Noon
Chase away the cold with Kohler
Original Chocolates own hot
chocolate blend with an adult twist.
Paired with chocolates from their
signature lines, this is a pairing
seminar you dont want to miss.. $32
Cooking Demonstration: WHITE
Saturday, Noon-1pm
Wisconsin Room Chef Alexander
Glass demonstrates how savory goes
sweet by incorporating chocolate,
along with local ingredients, during
this farm-to-table cooking seminar at
the Demonstration Kitchen. $35
Wine and Chocolate Pairings:
Saturday, 1-2pm
Its not just about reds in this
seminar. Grant Bender of Kobrand
Corporation will present a variety of
wines, from white to sparkling, and
Chocolatier Anette Righi De Fendi
will demonstrate how to match
chocolates with all kinds of vino at
The Appley Theater. $32 per person
Cooking with Cocoa Powder:
Saturday, 2-3pm
Blackwolf Run Chef Paul Smitala will
show how to incorporate cocoa
powder into cooking at the
Demonstration Kitchen. Enjoy tasting
Chocolate Braised Beef Short Ribs
and Chocolate & Nutmeg Mashed
Potatoes topped with 3 Sheeps
Brewing Co. Baaad Boy Black Wheat
Ale Sauce. $35
Choc-tail Mixing: Saturday, 3-4pm
Sommelier and Mixologist Jason Van
Auken will demonstrate how to
create delicious chocolate-infused
cocktails at The Winery Bar. $25
Pairing Seminar, presented by Anette
Righi De Fendi, Chocolatier, KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates The
unlikely combination takes center
stage as Anette shows how the
complexity both beer and chocolate
make great compliments in this
pairing seminar
The Signature Event: Saturday,
The In Celebration of Chocolate
weekend culminates with an evening
at the Kohler Design Center featuring
samples of KOHLER Chocolates, a
fondue station and specialty dishes
and desserts from the Kitchens of
Kohler restaurants and chefs
accompanied by live entertainment.
Chocolate Lovers Brunch:
Sunday, 9am-1pm
The traditional Wisconsin Room
Sunday brunch gets a chocolaty
makeover during the In Celebration
of Chocolate weekend. Reservations
are required. Please call 800-344-
2838. $32
*All prices are per person plus tax
and gratuity as applicable
Club and Inn on Woodlake
Chocolate Indulgence Two nights
at The American Club, two tickets to
the In Celebration of Chocolate Wine
Dinner and two tickets to the
Signature Event. Package rates start
at $391 per person at The American
Club and $341 at Inn on Woodlake.
Sweet Treat Package includes two
nights and two tickets to the
Signature Event on Saturday
evening. Package rates start at $266
at The American Club and $216 per
person at Inn on Woodlake.
In Celebration of Chocolate Schedule of Events
Friday to Sunday, February 79, 2014
For more information, pricing details and
to register call Sports Core at 920-457-
4444 or online at for
more information.
TRX Training, Insanity, RIPPED and Winter
Session II Swim Lessons begin the week of
February 17.
Swing Dance - Mondays, February 3-24, 7-
Kids Motion - Saturday, February 8, 9-10am
Wheels and Wine Indoor Cycle Ride and
Wine & Cheese Social - Friday, February 14,
Grand Prix Tennis - Saturday, February 15,
Kids Night Out - Friday, February 21, 5-9pm
Stretch out with Straps Workshop - Saturday,
February 22, 10-11am
Salon at Sports Core
Enjoy any pedicure or manicure with a
chocolate martini and a Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolate.
Pro Shop at Sports Core
Share some Love in the Pro Shop. Enjoy $5
off of $50 or $10 off a $100 purchase.
February 9-15
For more information, pricing details and
to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-
Shavasana Workshop with Zac Katz-Stein -
Friday, February 7, 7-8:30pm, $25
The Five Tibetan Rites with Chris Johnson -
Sunday, February 9, 11am-Noon, $20
Long, Slow, Deep with Pamela LaBouve -
Thursday, February 13, 10:30am-12:30pm,
Daves Secret to Life Yoga + Wine tasting
with Dave Romanelli - Saturday, February 15,
3-5pm, $50 per person or $85 per person for
weekend series
No More Waiting. Celebrate NOW! Deep
Stretch Yoga + Chocolate Tasting with
Dave Romanelli - Sunday, February 16, 9-
11am, $50 per person or $85 per person for
weekend series
Yoga for Dudes with Jessica Warren -
Wednesday February 26, 7- 8:30pm, $25
The 2014 Demonstration Kitchen
Series is in progress and promises
some of the most diverse tastes and
topics yet. The interactive,
educational experience is hosted by
Chefs from the five-star, five-
diamond resort and offers tips and
recipes to create a memorable dining
experience at home. The
Demonstration Kitchen Series runs
Saturdays through April 26, with two
sessions at 11am and 2pm.
Due to popularity, reservations are
recommended and can be made in
advance by calling 855-444-2838. A
complete schedule of programs is
available at
February 1
Easy Entertaining: Pub Style
Dan Dries Whistling Straits Chef
These days, pub food has grown far
beyond the deep fryer. Join Chef
Dries for an exploration of gastropub
favorites pub food with an upscale
twist. Learn simple cooking
techniques you can use every day at
home, such as refining the classic
mac and cheese with bacon and beer.
February 15
Healthy Cooking
Mark Tennie Riverbend Chef
Discover new ways to eat well
without sacrificing flavor in Chef
Tennies Healthy Cooking
demonstration. Hell explore a
variety of low-fat foods including
delicious vegetable sauces.
February 22
Flatbreads, Focaccia and Lahvoshes
of The American Club
Doug Stieber, Head Baker The
American Club
Perfect for pizzas, sandwiches or a
tasty side, focaccia is a traditional
rustic food that can be flat or raised.
Baker Stieber will demonstrate how
to make a few favorite focaccias and
lahvoshes and explore easy topping
Kitchen - February