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Published Twice Monthly In Kohler, WI53044

219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Postal Customer
Volume 9, Number 17
Apr i l 1, 2014
925 N. 8
Street Sheboygan 920.452.0972
Sheboygans Premier Custom Jeweler
What exists in your minds eye R. Erlien can create for you.
Woodlake Market is pleased to
welcome Gerald Allison as Store
Manager of Woodlake Market. Al-
lison oversees all areas of retail op-
eration and leads a group of
coordinators that work collectively
to provide a full service grocery of-
fering to the community. As an am-
bassador to the Kohler Hospitality
and Real Estate Group, Allison
works to consistently offer guests
outrageous 5-star products and
I am thrilled to be a part of the
talented and enthusiastic Woodlake
Market team and to continue build-
ing upon the foundation that the
staff has created within the store,
said Allison. As a team we are
committed to providing freshness
and quality to our guests. We have
a wonderful opportunity to utilize
the experience of the resort chefs
through The Kitchens of Kohler
line in both the bakery and deli de-
partments and continue to focus on
sustainability especially in the pro-
duce and meat departments. Wood-
lake Market is a beautiful store
with a bright future.
Allisons most recent experience
stems from more than two years as
Store Director at Sendiks Market
of West Bend. In prior years Alli-
son worked in a variety of supervi-
sory roles at the Sendiks locations
in Mequon, Germantown and
Grafton and Sentry Foods in Hart-
ford. Attending Waukesha County
Technical College, Allison earned
Applied Science Degrees in Retail
Management and Marketing. Alli-
son lives with his wife and two
young boys in Hartford and plans
to relocate near The Village of
Submitted by The Ebben Field
Improvement Project Committee
Thanks to the generosity of cor-
porate donors, individual donors
and community organizations,
over $460,000 of the targeted
$525,000 has been contributed to
fund major renovations at Ebben
Field. In 2013, the concession
stand was remodeled adding new
restroom facilities, lighting and
cabinetry. This spring, work will
begin to upgrade the track surface
and sports fields. These projects
will be completed in three phases.
Phase I is scheduled to start in
mid-May and will involve resur-
facing the track with a state- of-
the -art rubberized surface, and in-
stalling a fence around the track.
The soccer fields located in the
SW corner of Ebben Field near the
concession stand will be leveled
and upgraded for proper drainage
and then reseeded. The fields will
be reopened in April, 2015 for shot
put and discus and then used in
August, 2015 as the high school
and youth football practice area.
Phase II will begin mid-July
after the youth baseball season.
During this phase the practice field
between the baseball diamonds
will be leveled and upgraded for
proper drainage and then reseeded.
This will become the new high
school soccer game field. This
new field will reopen in August,
2015. The north baseball diamond
will be repositioned closer to the
current backstop and both dia-
monds will be open again in April,
Phase III will begin in October,
2014 following the end of the high
school soccer season. Work will be
done to level, upgrade for proper
drainage, and reseed the existing
soccer field and will reopen in
spring 2016. This field will be
used as two practice and game
fields for youth soccer and as a
practice field for high school soc-
Donations received to date have
allowed the Ebben Field commit-
tee and Kohler Public Schools to
begin the majority of the large ren-
ovation projects, and a heartfelt
thank you is extended to all who
have contributed. Donor recogni-
tion plaques will be installed for
permanent display on the outside
wall of the concession stand this
spring. Likewise, any bleacher
seat plates that did not get
mounted to the bleachers in the fall
will be added this spring, and
donor recognition bricks will be
set by the fall of 2014.
With the major renovations
funded and set to begin this spring,
additional contributions are still
needed to install lighting for the
high school soccer game field,
scoreboards for both the soccer
and football fields, and for the
placement of water access points
for field irrigation and mainte-
nance. In total, an additional
$75,000 will be needed to fully
complete all projects. Please con-
sider contributing to the Ebben
Field renovation project. For more
information about contribution op-
portunities, please contact Doug
Bocchini at
Renovation projects
continue at Ebben Field
John Bzdawka and Doug Bocchini presentation at
the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local Union 494
Tom Gast, Bob Hiers, and Doug Bocchini. presentation at the Interna-
tional Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 494.
Regional grocery
expert joins
Woodlake Market
Gerald Allison
Spring election on Tuesday,
April 1
Kohler voters will take to the
polls on April 1 for the 2014 spring
On the ballot will be unchal-
lenged incumbent Lisa Neubauer
for Court of Appeals Judge District
2; unchallenged incumbent Brian
Hoffmann for Sheboygan County
Supervisor, District 20; and un-
challenged newcomer Christina
Koberstein for Kohler School
Board. For Village Trustee, four
candidates will face off for three
available seats. Newcomer
Michael Zimmermann challenges
incumbents Brett Edgerle, John
Pethan, and Sue Jaberg. Jaberg was
appointed to the board after a seat
was vacated. The top three vote
getters will fill the three seats.
The polling place in the Kirk-
patrick Center at Kohler Village
Hall will be open from 7:00 am to
8:00 pm. Voter registration is avail-
able on Election Day.
APRIL 1, 2014
The musical
Kohler Theater
Saturday April 26th @ 7pm
Featuring Concordia University Wi
Choral Singers
Admission is free
sponsored by Bethany Lutheran Kohler
2014 Spring
The Alliance for
Great Lakes

Hosted by Salon 511 &
Bemis Bath Shoppe
Celebrate Earth Month 2014 and see the latest
in Spring fashion, hair & make-up!

Featuring area retailers, independent clothing designers including
recycled collections, spring dresses & casual wear.

Tickets on Sale at Salon 511 & Bemis Bath Shoppe--
Call 920-467-3339 for more info!
Saturday April 5th 2-4 pm
Bemis Bath Shoppe
512 Broadway
Sheboygan Falls, WI
$30 the day of the show
Includes complimentary beverage,
hors doeuvres, chance to
win prizes!
Mission of Alliance for Great Lakes-- to conserve and restore the world's largest
freshwater resource using policy, education, and local efforts, ensuring a
healthy Great Lakes and clean water for generations of people and wildlife.
Local Sheboygan Falls busi-
nesses, Salon 511 (in partnership
with Aveda) and Bemis Bath
Shoppe, are hosting the 4th Annual
Catwalk for Water a spring fash-
ion show and fundraiser celebrat-
ing Earth Month. The proceeds
benefit the Alliance for Great
Lakes whose mission is to con-
serve and restore the world's
largest freshwater resource using
policy, education, and local efforts,
ensuring a healthy Great Lakes
and clean water for generations of
people and wildlife.
The fashion show will incorpo-
rate a variety of spring fashions
from the area retailers and inde-
pendent clothing designers includ-
ing recycled collections, spring
dresses, and casual wear. Complet-
ing each look will be jewelry, ac-
cessories and the latest trends in
hair and makeup from Salon 511.
Last year over 80 people attended
the successful event-- raising over
Both Salon 511 and the Bemis
Bath Shoppe (owned by Bemis
Manufacturing Co.) are dedicated
to supporting the environment as
well as area businesses.
The event is Saturday April 5,
from 2-4 p.m. at the Bemis Bath
Shoppe. Tickets are $25 in ad-
vance and $30 the day of the show.
The price of admission includes a
complimentary beverage, hors
douvres, and a chance to win fab-
ulous prizes. Tickets can be pur-
chased in advance from the Bemis
Bath Shoppe and Salon 511both
located across the street from each
other on Broadway Avenue in She-
boygan Falls. For more informa-
tion please call 920-467-3339.
Catwalk for Water Spring Fashion Show
celebrating Earth Month: Saturday April 5
Submitted by Kohler Soccer Club
The Kohler Soccer Club, in as-
sociation with the Sheboygan Falls
YMCA, hosted the Scott Roberts
Memorial 3 v 3 Indoor Soccer
Tournament on March 15 & 16 at
Kohler Public Schools. The tour-
nament was a great success with
74 teams participating from the U-
8 Coed division through High
School. Many Kohler teams par-
ticipated as well as teams from the
surrounding communities such as
Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Ply-
mouth, Cedar Grove, Howards
Grove and Oostburg. All teams
displayed great sportsmanship and
competitive spirit.
The Kohler Soccer Club would
like to thank the generous busi-
nesses that contributed towards the
tournament: Plymouth Foam In-
corporated, Masters Gallery
Foods, Inc., Prevea Health, Wal-
mart, Jimmy Johns, Kohler Co.,
Falls Healing Arts, Sheboygan
Chevrolet, The Vollrath Company,
and Blattners Piggly Wiggly.
We would also like to thank all
of the volunteers. We could not
have made this tournament a suc-
cess without you! Thank you to
those who donated their time dur-
ing the weekend and to those who
donated baked goods. And lastly,
thank you to Fred Huether, Doug
Bocchini, Kohler Public Schools
and the Village of Kohler for their
continued support of Kohler soc-
Scott Roberts Memorial 3 v 3 Indoor Soccer
Tournament draws 74 teams
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APRIL 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
Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
& Kindergarten classes
(Before and afer school care available)
Montessori certed & early childhood educated teachers
Montessori Childrens
House Preschool
Call for a tour!
Free the child's potental, and you
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Dr. Maria Montessori (Italy)
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grades 1-6 now available!
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M-F 6am 6pm
Family owned and operated since 1994
FOR 2014-2015
Kids-only Board of
Directors shapes
dental office decisions
On March 8, 2014, Bullard Chil-
drens Dentistry held its 8th annual
Board of Directors meeting. This
years Board consists of children
ages 6 to 10 years old. After taking
the Oath of Office administered
by Dr. George Bullard, this very
special group generated many cre-
ative ideas and provided excellent
feedback for the staff at Bullard
Childrens Dentistry.
Eleven board members came to-
gether to brainstorm on a number
of topics, including how to make
the waiting room even more fun
(disco balls and giant bean bag
chairs) and making the outside of
the building eye-catching (a spin-
ning tooth on top of the building).
The Board also voted for their fa-
vorite flavors of toothpaste and flu-
oride, and which toys should be in
the Treasure Box.
As a special project this year,
each Board member designed and
created badges for Dr. George and
the Bullard team to wear around
the office.
The participants were selected
based on nomination letters sub-
mitted by parents. A new Board is
Pictured (from front left)with Dr. George Bullard are this years esteemed members of the
Bullard Childrens Dentistry Board of Directors: Ethan Winter (7), Taylor Anderson (7), Quinn
Littmann (7), Jocelyn Kovacs (8), Natalie Johnson (9), Juliana Wetzel (6), Katelyn Roblee (10),
Sofia Santamaria-Micher (10), Abby Wetzel (9), Michael Leon (10), and CJ W. (8). Not pictured:
Sullivan Lyons (10). Submitted photo
Bill Erbstoesser
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selected annually. Each Board
member serves for one year.
Pictured* (left to right, front to
back) with Dr. George Bullard are
this years esteemed members of
the Bullard Childrens Dentistry
Board of Directors: Ethan Winter
(7), Taylor Anderson (7), Quinn
Littmann (7), Jocelyn Kovacs (8),
Natalie Johnson (9), Juliana Wet-
zel (6), Katelyn Roblee (10), Sofia
Santamaria-Micher (10), Abby
Wetzel (9), Michael Leon (10), and
CJ W. (8). Not pictured: Sullivan
Lyons (10).
*Photo file attached (and photo
appears on the following page). If
space does not allow for an article,
the kids would really appreciate
the picture being printed in the
paper with their names below it.
Parent permission was obtained for
use of the photo and is on file in
the Bullard Childrens Dentistry
office. Thanks!
Pictured* (left to right, front to
back) with Dr. George Bullard are
this years esteemed members of
the Bullard Childrens Dentistry
Board of Directors: Ethan Winter
(7), Taylor Anderson (7), Quinn
Littmann (7), Jocelyn Kovacs (8),
Natalie Johnson (9), Juliana Wet-
zel (6), Katelyn Roblee (10), Sofia
Santamaria-Micher (10), Abby
Wetzel (9), Michael Leon (10), and
CJ W. (8). Not pictured: Sullivan
Lyons (10).
On March 1, 2014, several piano
students of Marlene Wondergem
participated in a Wisconsin Music
Teachers Association event at
Lakeland College called audi-
tions. This day of music was an
opportunity for students of teach-
ers in the local Michibago Music
Teachers Association to perform
2-3 memorized piano composi-
tions, be evaluated by a qualified
judge and to take a theory test ap-
propriate for their skill level.
Among Wondergems Studio 543
students who qualified to move on
to the Badger State Auditions at
UW-Milwaukee on May 17 were
four Kohler students. Congratula-
tions to Ashwini Murthy, George
Palof, Natasha Sokhi, and Court-
ney Yang who earned sufficient
points in their performances of
three memorized compositions
from three different music eras
and on their theory test to qualify
them to move on to the Badger Au-
Kohler piano students
qualify for Badger State
For more information,
call 1-715-889-1276 or visit
The control of head lice requires a
teameffort among families and school.
Early identification of lice and prompt
treatment can successfully prevent the
spread of head lice to others.
Certified Lice Specialist WilliamStan-
ley will conduct a screening for head lice
at the Kohler Village Hall on April, 8 from
4 p.m. 8 p.m.
Head Lice Screening offered
Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction,
which also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Member International Association of Reiki Professionals
Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake
= Scan for Low-Energy Areas of the Body
= Balance Energy Centers
= Why Low-Energy Has Developed
= Suggestions for Maintaining High-Energy
548 Sir Howard Cir., Kohler
Well maintained 2-Story Contemporary home
5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, first floor laundry
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
1954 N 6
St., Sheboygan
Close to Lake Michigan, Parks, and Schools
Beautiful foyer and arched entryways
Hardwood floors, tile, crown molding
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Spacious master bedroom w/full bath
Large living room with fireplace
2 Car Att. Garage, patio, fenced-in yard
#3814 $219,900
Meg Trager 207-9228
263 Settlers Trail, Sheboygan Falls
Newly constructed executive Ranch home
Located on the 2
tee box of The Bull Golf Course
Panoramic views, 3 Bedrooms 2.5 baths
Floor to ceiling fireplace, maple wood beams
Cherry cabinets, Brazilian cherry wood floors
Ann Saks tile and stone, Karastan carpet
Kohler high end and artist edition sinks, toilets, faucets
Large professional kitchen, oversized 3 car garage
Dramatic entry, cedar covered stone patio, Broker owned
#3808 $699,900
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 5
#3820 $339,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
Mike Daniels Jim Schermetzler Terri Stewart Kathy Nonhof Meg Trager Brian Homiston Fred Stone
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
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
1082B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
One floor ranch condo, 2+ bedrooms or den
Beautiful fireplace w/bookcases and storage
Neutral dcor, 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
N7189 County Rd T, Glenbeulah
Old World Queen-Anne Victorian farmhouse
Lovingly cared for completely remodeled
Original hardwood floors, woodwork, hardware
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, two stairways, 4 car garage
Complete set up for horse boarding/training
Set on 60 acres, 10 acres prime hunting land
Amazing 12 mile views
#3829 $729,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
700 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
Exclusive, Woodland North Subdivision
Private lot, deck overlooks wooded conservancy
Beautiful kitchen, cherry wood floors, granite, SS appli-
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
View this property at:
#3710 $449,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
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
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
W1681 Garton Rd, Sheboygan
Spacious updated farmhouse on 3.37 Acres
3 Bedroom suites with private baths
Bedroom and full bath
Open concept kitchen & family room
Formal living and dining rooms, parlor w/FP
Natural woodwork, refurbished wood floors
Barn, sheds, additional acreage available
#3827 $289,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
412 Summit Rd, Kohler
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
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Kohler HS concert choir receives grant from
Kohler Foundation and Kohler School Friends
The Kohler High School Con-
cert Choir recently received a grant
from Kohler Foundation Inc. and
the Kohler School Friends to pur-
chase new apparel for the choir.
The choir no longer had enough
robes for all the singers. The high
school students proudly wore their
new outfits for their March 13 con-
cert. The singers thank both organ-
izations and are very appreciative
of their generous donations.
The Kohler Foundation is a
non-profit, private foundation that
supports education, arts and
preservation initiatives in Wiscon-
sin and beyond. Celebrating 70
years of its Distinguished Guest
Series, Kohler Foundation brings
world-class entertainment to the
Village of Kohler at accessible
Kohler School Friends PTO pro-
vides over $20,000 each year for
field trip buses and teacher wish
list items (educational materials in
the classrooms). These aren't just
"extras", but very important pieces
of our children's educational expe-
rience ... the things that make a
Kohler Schools education excep-
tional. The Kohler School Friends
also provide scholarships to any
student who has qualified to com-
pete at the national level in an ac-
ademic competition (spelling bee,
National History Day, geography
bee, etc.).
At Libbys House everyone benefits from our daily
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home cooked meals. Our compassionate and depend-
able caregivers are available throughout the day and
night to provide appropriate person-directed care.
Our beautiful homes offer spacious private rooms and
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UW Extension Continuing Edu-
cation, Outreach & E-Learning
BS in Sustainable Management,
Health & Wellness Management,
Health Information Management
& Technology, and Bachelor of
Professional Studies in Organiza-
tional Leadership and Communi-
Area residents interested in find-
ing out more information about
these innovative educational op-
portunities are encouraged to at-
tend. Call UW-Sheboygan Student
Affairs office at (920) 459-6633 or
e-mail for addi-
tional information.
The Sheboygan Lakers Squirt B
hockey team took first place to
claim the State Championship for
their division on March 9 in Wau-
paca, WI. The Lakers defeated
Baldwin 4-3 in OT, Oshkosh 5-1
and Marshfield 3-0. Members of
the 2013-14 team include: Roderic
Moreno, Ryan Kraus, Ben Crouse,
Tyler Skaggs, Cohen Otte, TJ
Bergen, Zander Cucinello, Ian Le-
dermann, Justin Cagle, Alex
Pearsall, Carter Trilling, Brock
Bulkow, Camden Nennig and
coaches Dave Trilling, Tom Cagle
and Scott Skaggs.
Sheboygan Lakers Squirt
B hockey team division
Bookworm Gardens to hold
two-mile Family Fun Run May 4
All runners and walkers are wel-
come to participate in this non
competitive one mile off road loop
around the UW Sheboygan Cam-
pus with the second mile optional.
Proceeds benefit Bookworm Gar-
dens, a two acre childrens botani-
cal garden that enhances literature,
the natural world and the imagina-
Participants will receive a Fun
Run t-shirt, goodie bag, race bib
and refreshments after the race.
Late or day of event registrants
not guaranteed the correct size t-
Race Date:Sunday, May 4, 2014
Race Start: 1:00 p.m.
Race Packet Pick up Saturday 12-
4 at Bookworm Gardens or Day of
Registration: Sunday, May 4,
11:00 -12:45p.m.
UW Sheboygan Campus, Sheboy-
gan, WI
Parking available in the UW
Sheboygan West Parking lot off of
Union Ave.
For more or to register, visit
Bookworm Gardens hosting
volunteer open houses
Bookworm Gardens will be
hosting two informational Open
Houses for potential (and current)
volunteers. These events will be
held on Tuesday, March 18th from
11am 1pm and Wednesday, April
2nd from 5pm 7pm.
As many of you know, Book-
worm Gardens has a variety of vol-
unteer opportunities that include
field trip leaders and helpers,
Readers in the Garden, gift shop
workers and greeters, garden
workers, special event volunteers,
and more. These open houses are
opportunities for current and po-
tential volunteers to check in after
a long winter, find out what's new
and what's back for 2014, and
learn more about all the different
areas of volunteering at Book-
worm Gardens.
INDA Honors Nonwoven Industry Professional
with Lifetime Achievement Award
Joseph D. Wahlquist Receives Industrys Most Prestigious
Technical Award
Cary, NC March 18, 2014
INDA, the Association of the Non-
woven Fabrics Industry, has recog-
nized Joseph D. Wahlquist of
Rockline Industries for Lifetime
Technical Achievement.
Wahlquist of Somerset, Wis.,
has held the position of Vice Pres-
ident of Global Materials Develop-
ment for the past 14 years at
Rockline Industries in Sheboygan.
INDA President David Rousse
presented the award at the associ-
ations Annual Meeting& Leader-
ship Conference March 10-12 at
Sawgrass Marriott in Ponte Vedra
Beach, Fla.
Wahlquists experience and
commitment to the nonwovens in-
dustry was a critical, determining
factor in earning him the 2014
Lifetime Technical Achievement
Award. He has a long history of
technical innovation leading to the
development of Intellectual Prop-
erty creating new products and
processes. Wahlquist holds a bach-
elors degree in chemistry and a
masters degree in marketing from
the University of Wisconsin.
Joe Wahlquist has had an inte-
gral role for key technical develop-
ments in the
nonwovens/engineered fabrics in-
dustry. His many years of service
and contributions towards six
patents have garnered him much
respect and recognition throughout
the industry. Plus, he has been an
active member on many INDA
Committees sharing his technical
insights. Joe is extremely deserv-
ing of this honor, said Rousse.
The INDA Annual Meeting &
Leadership Conference is designed
to include a combination of
INDAs annual business meeting;
a leadership conference with
speakers presenting on global top-
ics; and opportunities to network
with fellow INDA members as
well as the INDA Board of Direc-
For details on INDAs Annual
Meeting & Leadership Conference
2015, Feb. 23-25, 2015, Inn at
Harbor Town, The Sea Pines Re-
sort, Hilton Head, South Carolina,
Submitted photo
APRIL 1, 2014
Kohler Credit Union
makes award-
winning financial
literacy program free
for local classrooms
KOHLER, WILocal students
are getting a free education in how
to manage their money. Kohler
Credit Union is working with Ban-
zai, a national award-winning fi-
nancial literacy program, to make
curriculum available to Sheboygan
County schools completely free.
Contributing to the financial lit-
eracy of our youth is an important
aspect of our dedication to the
communities we serve. We are for-
tunate to work with a partner like
Banzai who has the same values
and vision in educating students,
said Tony Klockow, president of
Kohler Credit Union.
"Banzai is a web-based financial
literacy program. Kids get their
own accounts, and they work
through assignments that are based
on real life," Morgan Vandagriff,
co-founder of Banzai, said. "But
because Kohler Credit Union is
sponsoring it, local schools get it
for free. More than ever, it's impor-
tant that kids develop sound finan-
cial skills to prepare them for the
real world, and Kohler Credit
Union realizes that and they're
doing something about it."
Banzai is an interactive, online
program supplemented by printed
workbooks which aligns with state
curriculum requirements for per-
sonal finance education. In 2010,
the Institute for Financial Literacy
awarded Banzai the Curriculum of
the Year award. It has become the
largest program of its kind, servic-
ing more than 5,000 schools in all
50 states.
Students using the program are
exposed to real-life scenarios
where they learn to pay bills and
balance a budget--but its not al-
ways easy. Students must learn to
manage unexpected expenses such
as parking tickets, interest charges
and overdraft fees. The educational
program also introduces students
to auto loans, bank statements, en-
tertainment costs, savings and
more. Too often students get out
of school and they just aren't ready
for the financial roller coasters life
can give us, Vandagriff said.
Banzai teaches students to navi-
gate those twists and turns and
come out on top. We're excited to
work with Kohler Credit Union to
improve financial literacy in She-
boygan County.
In recent years, South High
School has made a concerted effort
to build relationships with our
community to better prepare our
graduates. We are proud of the
partnership we have developed
with Kohler Credit Union. Our
students have benefited by having
a Kohler Credit Union branch in
our school for many years. Now,
through the Banzai program, em-
bedded in the Redwing Way cur-
riculum, our students are
furthering their financial literacy.
Working together, Kohler Credit
Union and South High School are
preparing our students for careers,
citizenship and life, said Mike
Trimberger, principal of South
High School.
Teachers interested in using the
Banzai program can visit or call
Learn more about STEM
careers at UW-Sheboygan
freshwater science workshop
Area high school students considering
STEM careers encouraged to attend
Sheboygan area high school stu-
dents and their families are invited
to a special workshop at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin-Sheboygan
Thursday, April 17, 2014, that will
showcase recent research in fresh-
water science and also provide in-
formation on careers in science,
technology, engineering and math
The presentation will be held at
4 p.m. in Room 6001, located in
the lower level of the Frank G. and
Frieda K. Brotz Science Building
on the UW-Sheboygan campus. A
pizza party dinner and refresh-
ments will be provided to all
The workshop will showcase re-
search conducted by UW-Sheboy-
gan Assistant Professor of Biology
Dr. Mark Schmitz and Dr. Wayne
Schaefer, UW-Washington County
Professor of Biology, along with
colleagues from UW-Rock County
and UW-Milwaukee. Over the past
10 years, the research team has
been investigating a novel blue
colored walleye in freshwater
lakes in Northwest Ontario,
Canada. The workshop will share
what they have learned about what
causes the differences in color be-
tween blue and yellow walleye and
how this relates to their biology.
Dr. Schmitz and Dr. Schaefer
will give an update on their re-
search project on McKim Lake,
part of the Papaonga River system
in Northwest Ontario. Researchers
will show how blue and yellow
walleye differ in their growth rate
and morphology. The most recent
and ongoing research investigates
diet differences between the color
forms, including minnows versus
aquatic invertebrates such as
mayflies and crayfish.
After the presentation, guests
will be invited to enjoy dinner and
refreshments and then venture into
the UW-Sheboygan Biology Lab
to conduct hands-on experiments
with walleye samples.
I am hopeful that this opportu-
nity to conduct hands-on research
in freshwater science can show-
case how impactful and interesting
a career in the sciences can be,
said Schmitz. This research proj-
ect is aimed to engage students in
laboratory experiences and remote
wilderness research locales in an
effort to motivate the exploration
of undergraduate studies in STEM
fields. We believe that by sharing
our research and offering further
hands-on exploration with area
high school students they, too, can
find a passion for a career in sci-
No advance registration for this
workshop is necessary. UW-She-
boygan is located conveniently off
Taylor Drive on University Drive.
Upon entering campus, park in the
East parking lot and enter the
Brotz Science Building, and pro-
ceed down the stairs or elevator to
the lower level.
For more information about
this event or UW-Sheboygan,
please contact Carrie Hoppe,
UW-Sheboygan Marketing and
Communications Director, at
(920) 459-6612 or
Rebecah Wickert-Carini, regional branch manager for Kohler Credit Union,
delivers Banzai materials to Mike Trimberger, South High School principal.
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Physician on staff to treat every variety of
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Rita M. Gast, CRS, GRI
Associate Vice President
Independently Owned
Grace United Church of Christ,
500 School Street, Kohler, under
the pastoral leadership of Rev.
Thomas M. Schroeder will offer
several special services of worship
in Holy Week, April 13-20, and in-
vites the public to participate fully
with the congregation.
On Palm Sunday, April 13, the
people of Grace UCC will cele-
brate Christ's entrance into
Jerusalem as they gather in wor-
ship at 8 and 10: a.m. Rev.
Schroeder will present the procla-
mation of God's word based on the
entrance passage from The Gospel
according to Matthew. The Chil-
drens choir will enhance the serv-
ice at 10 and palms will be handed
out to all participants at each serv-
ice. .
On Maundy Thursday, April 17,
at a 7:30 p.m. the congregation
will worship God in a service of
tenebrae (shadows) which in-
cludes the Sacrament of Holy
Communion. In the service those
gathered will encounter the pain
and agony experienced by Jesus as
he moves in obedience to God's
will toward the cross. As the story
progresses the sanctuary grows
dark and worshipers are con-
fronted with the reality of the cost
of redemption. The senior choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Audrey
Braatz, will add to the sensation
through a proclamation in music.
The people of Grace Church invite
all who gather in Christ's name to
fully participate at the Lord's table
as we understand that God sent His
only Son into the world to save it.
All are welcomed at the table of
the Lord.
The people of Grace Church
will participate in a Good Friday
service in Sheboygan Falls from
noon until 1:00 p.m. on April 18 at
a church yet to be determined.
This Ecumenical service will have
clergy from various churches in
the community participating. The
public is invited to this service. A
"Walk of the Cross" will begin at
11:30 starting at the Sheboygan
Falls Municipal building and will
wind its way through the streets of
Sheboygan Falls as it moves to the
host church. People who wish to
walk are invited to meet at the Mu-
nicipal building at 11:25.
On April 20 the Easter morning
begins with a 7:30 a.m. Discovery
Service of light and word and will
feature Rev. Schroeder preaching
about the enfolding events of
Easter as the first disciples en-
countered the empty tomb.
The 10:00 Celebration Service
will feature special music by the
senior choir and brass. This serv-
ice of word, song, and The Sacra-
ment of Holy Communion will
praise God for the gift of eternal
There will be no church school
on Easter Sunday, but as always a
children's message will be given at
each service and child care will be
provided during the 10:00 serv-
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Grace UCC schedule for April
APRIL 1, 2014
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:00 p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Roll
Call was taken by Diane Kelly. The following
board members were present: Marlene Yang,
and Matt Kautzer. Laura Kohler was absent.
Statement of Public Notice
February 7, 2014
Approval of Agenda
Marlene suggested to table the action/discus-
sion item regarding the GPA calculator. Matt
Kautzer moved to approve the amended
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
Marlene discussed the process for filling the
board vacancy. Applications will be ac-
cepted through February 14, 2014. A spe-
cial board meeting will be head on March 3,
2014 for the appointment. The appointed
candidate will be sworn in at the regular
board meeting held on March 10, 2014.
Marlene and Quynh attended the state con-
vention. The keynote speaker posed the
question, Are we as educators doing
enough to instill a love of math in our stu-
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
I appreciate the boards constructive mid-
year evaluation of my performance.
Attending the Joint State Education Conven-
tion organized by the state organizations of
school boards, district administrators, and
school business officials was productive.
Surveying the wide range of activities
across the state, I am more confident Kohler
Schools is spending time on the right things.
Staff and I presented the board approved re-
quest to the Kohler School Foundation. Of
focus were technology and intervention sys-
tems for reading and math integral to the
districts comprehensive technology plan
and response to intervention system. Pre-
liminary indications show continued support
by the foundation. I thank Amanda Sprang,
Lori Neurohr, Ryan Miller, Cindy Payne, Beth
Lambie, and Doug Bocchini for their expert-
ise and efforts.
The arctic vortex this winter has closed our
schools for three days to ensure our chil-
dren are safe and sound. The first day is for-
given. The second will be made up on May
23. The third day is forgiven. All additional
days will be made up at the end of the year.
Area superintendents are in communication
and highly coordinated.
The fund raising campaign for the Ebben
Field Phase II project continues successfully
with 75% of the goal amount received, and
87% of the goal amount in pledges over 5
years. We are deeply grateful to families,
organizations, and businesses for their gen-
erous support.
Principals Report (Lori Neurohr)
Elementary News
The second and third grade students are
working on Olympic file folder reports. Stu-
dents were asked to choose a sport, include a
picture of it, research the history of their
sport, and describe what equipment would be
needed to complete. Finally, students have to
write a paragraph or two describing how their
sport is played. This is a skill students also
did in reading.
Middle School News
The middle school students have been work-
ing on their National History Day projects in
Mr. Bayens and Mrs. LaBuddes social stud-
ies classes. They are proud to announce they
have over 50 students in 7th and 8th grade
who qualified to go on to the regional compe-
tition in Green Bay.
School Counseling News
Mrs. Multers elementary lessons are cur-
rently focusing on positive decision making.
Students are learning how to make positive
and responsible decisions along with refusal
skills. Students practice through age appro-
priate role plays how to say no to harmful
decisions. This unit sets a great foundation
for the next unit on poison/medication safety
and drug/alcohol awareness that will follow in
March and April.
The 8th grade class is about half way through
their transition to high school lessons. They
will have completed their personal Academic
and Career plans and entered their course re-
quests for their freshman year prior to spring
Certificates of Honor
Lori Neurohr presented the following middle
school students with certificates of honor:
Keith Baka, Emily Balint, Cecelia Zielke, Kara
Friske, Toni Soriano, Sarah Cassidy, Sean Far-
rell, Michael Janssen, Ben Maki, Macy Tingle,
Katie Wilkens, Christy Zheng, Meg Biznek,
Hallie Wollin, Joey Coppersmith, Kelsey
Stock, Ashlyn Finney, Casey Johnson, Tilydia
Xiong, Remy Haven, Dominic Michmerhuizen,
Vanessa Sager, Brooke Warren, Rachel
Proudman, Colin Fessler, Cindy Zheng, John
Vallo, Ben Herold, Evan Udovich, Cecelia
Zielke, Christian Pieper, Colin Hogan, Evie
Brohn, Emily Sass, Nicole Konecke, Erin Far-
rell, Andrew Gamba, Griffin Otte, and Shelby
Qunyh Trueblood presented the following high
school students with certificates of honor:
Eric Bauer, Archie Brohn, Andrew Bryce,
Carlyann Campione, Hannah Cantrell, James
Conklin, Megan Conklin, Quinn Daane, Jesse
Daane, Amanda Egbert, Ayden Eilmus, Cody
Gartman, Jacob Geldrich, Alissa Gris-
wold, Lindsey Griswold, Andrew Grose, Lily
Hart, Isabelle Heins, Emma Herold, Kellie
Hoekstra, Audra Hoffman, Dustin Holmer,
Lauren Horth, Deanna, Jacobs, Dennis
Kanz, Charlie Kelly, Lauren Kelm, Kaleigh
Annika Lee, Laura Lee, Valerie Linck, Ben
Madigan, Brett Mueller, Billy ONeill, Larissa
Paseta, Lorrigan Puls, Courtney Rutten, Jenny
Rutten, Elise Schlecht, Leigh Schlecht, Re-
becca Stock, Sarah Sutherland, Catherine
Sutherland, Maddie Todd, Emily Vallo, Chris-
tian Ward, Caliey Warren, Jon Watson, Made-
lyn Weiland, Sam Wenberg, and Ben Yurk.
Review of District Finances (Matt Kautzer)
The current budget is on track. The finance
committee is starting to work on the prelimi-
nary budget for 2014-2015 and is aligning it
with the strategic plan.
Consent Agenda
Approval of January 13, 2014 Regular Board
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committeeno items
Reports of the Committee of the Wholeno
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the consent
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Recommendation to amend the approved
GPA calculator revision, weights to Honors
and AP courses taught on site starting with
the class of 2107 to start with the class of
Tabled until the March 10, 2014 board meet-
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. Laura Kohler
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
ried. The meeting adjourned at 8:10 pm.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes February 10, 2014
Special Board
March 3, 2014
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
6:30 p.m. in the Kohler School District Of-
fice. Roll Call was taken by Diane Kelly.
The following board members were present:
Marlene Yang, and Matt Kautzer. Laura
Kohler entered the meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Statement of Public Notice
February 27, 2014
Approval of Agenda
Diane moved to approve the agenda. Matt
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
Matt moved to enter into closed session.
Diane seconded the motion.
Adjourn to closed session to consider em-
ployment, contracts and performance-re-
lated information for employees over
which the school board has jurisdiction or
exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis.
Stats. 19.85 (1) (c).
Co-op athletic programdiscussion was
Board governancediscussion was held.
Diane moved to enter into open session.
Matt seconded the motion.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Board vacany interviews of candidates
Nancy Case and Chad Hamilton gave their
Appointment of board member
By a vote of 3-1, Nancy Case was selected
as the board member to fill the vacancy
from John Suralik.
Laura Kohler moved to adjourn. Matt
Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at
7:35 pm.
Colin Fessler
qualifies for state
level competition of
National Geography
April 10 7 pm
April 12 2 pm, 7 pm
April 13 2 pm
An Oscar Wilde Favorite!
Join us for this hilarious look at romance. Tickets are
available in the KHS office. Advanced tickets are
recommended. $5.00 in advance and $7.00 at the door.
Congratulations to Colin Fessler
who qualified for the state level
competition of the National Geog-
raphy Bee. This is the second year
that Colin has qualified. He was
among the top 100 state wide
school winners who were chosen
based upon a qualifying test of 65
geography related questions. The
State competition will be held on
Friday, April 4 at the National
Headquarters of American Family
Insurance in Madison. This com-
petition is sponsored by Google and
Plum Creek Timber Company. The
winner of the state Bee then quali-
fies to compete at the national level
for a prize of $50,000. Congratula-
tions and best wishes Colin -
Kohler Schools is proud of you.
High School coaching
positions available
Kohler High School is looking
to fill four coaching positions for
the 2014 Fall Season including
girls varsity swimming, girls
freshmen volleyball, and boys as-
sistant football.
Interested parties may call Doug
Bocchini at Kohler Public
Schools, (920) 803-7205
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
Public Works Department
The Kohler Public Works Department is
seeking a part-time laborer for collecting
brush, working in the parks, janitorial
services, and other duties as requested. In-
terested applicants, please pick up an ap-
plication at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, Kohler.
Youth Center Employee
The Kohler Youth Center is looking for an
experienced adult who enjoys being
around students, willing to work approxi-
mately 12-15 hours per week. Qualified
applicants should have experience in an
educational setting, attend to details, pos-
sess a team orientation, and exhibit strong
interpersonal skill sets. For more informa-
tion contact Doug Bocchini at or pick up an
application at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, Kohler.
Recreation Department
Looking for summer employment? The
Kohler Recreation Department is search-
ing for several high school students to help
with our summer activity camps. Please
apply at the Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, Kohler.
Water Aerobics Instructor
The Kohler Pool is seeking an experienced
water aerobics instructor to teach a morn-
ing class from 7:00 8:00 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday beginning April 16,
2014. If interested, please pick up an ap-
plication at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, Kohler.
Pool Manager
The Kohler Pool is seeking an experi-
enced, certified lifeguard to manage the
Kohler Pool. Spring and fall hours are
Tuesday and Thursday 6:00 7:30 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday 1:30 4:00 p.m.,
summer hours would increase to 30 hours
per week. WSI Certification and/or teach-
ing and coaching experience preferred. In-
terested applicants, please pick up an
application at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, Kohler.
You are invited to visit the newly remod-
eled Kohler Fire Station on April 9, 2014
from 4:00 7:00 pm. Bring the whole
family and/or friends to check out our im-
proved facility and see our new 100-foot
aerial platform truck and all the other
Firefighters will be on hand to answer
questions and show you around. We will
have Fire Prevention materials on hand
for you to take home, and light snacks and
refreshments will be available.
We hope that you can attend, and we look
forward to meeting you at our Open
On Sunday, May 4, 2014, the Kohler Vol-
unteer Fire Department is having its an-
nual brat fry at the Fire Station from 11:00
am 6:00 pm. Heres a chance to enjoy
some great food and refreshments, and at
the same time show your appreciation to
the firefighters who give so much time and
effort, and risk their own lives to make our
community safer. Proceeds from the fry
are used to purchase special fire/rescue
equipment, subsidize a portion of our busi-
ness and social expenses, support various
community youth programs, local area
Fire/Rescue projects, and fund a scholar-
ship in Police/Fire Sciences.
Advance sale tickets are available from all
members of the Fire Department, and we
will be selling door-to-door throughout the
Village in the weeks preceding the fry for
your convenience. The tickets cost $1, and
are worth $1 in trade at the fry, and also
give you a chance at our nice selection of
door prizes.
Thank you for your support! See you on
Sunday, May 4, 2014.
From Clerk/Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Village Meetings Scheduled for April
4/7 Property Committee 4:30 pm
4/7 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
4/9 Library 12:30 pm
(at library)
4/14 Village Board 5:30 pm
4/24 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless other-
wise indicated.
Spring Election, Tuesday, April 1
The Spring Election will be held Tuesday,
April 1. The polling place is located in the
Kirkpatrick Center at Kohler Village Hall,
319 Highland Drive, and will be open
from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Voter registra-
tion is available on Election Day.
Kohler Water and Sewer Utility
Automatic Payments
The Village of Kohler Water and Sewer
Utility is able to accept ACH payments for
your water and sewer utility bill. How
does this work? Once you are signed up
for direct payment, your utility payment
will be automatically withdrawn from
your bank account on the due date of the
billing for the amount due. You will still
receive a billing statement each quarter in-
dicating the amount that will be with-
drawn from your account and the date of
the withdrawal. No checks to write, no
postage, no late fees. If you are interested
in signing up you will need to complete a
Direct Payment Agreement Form. Forms
are available in the Clerk-Treasurers Of-
fice or online at,
under the Community tab click on Village
Utilities. Return your form along with a
voided check to the Clerk-Treasurers Of-
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
Just a reminder
Drivers should be aware that the warmer
weather will allow more and more bicy-
cles and scooters to be out and about.
Please be aware of the children when driv-
ing through the village. Bikes and scoot-
ers are allowed on the sidewalks. Scooters
are not allowed on the streets. Also, the
newer motorized scooters are not allowed
on the streets or sidewalks. Those are al-
lowed on private property only.
School parking issues
If you are around the Kohler School be-
fore or after school, you are aware of the
issues with the traffic and parking. The
school has sent out a notice for some
slight changes to the busing and which
school doors will be open. The officers of
the KPD have been trying to educate the
parents where it is and isnt appropriate to
stop to pick up or drop off students. The
No Stopping and Standing on School
Street is an important safety issue for the
near side of Elementary Schools created
by State Statutes. All the other No Park-
ing areas are done to help with traffic
flow. Finally, the Handi-cap parking is
just for those with Handi-cap plates or
placards. No one should be in these areas
due to picking up or dropping of students.
If we want to keep our students safe,
please adhere to these simple rules.
From Public Works
Bruce Neerhof
Yard Waste
Weather permitting; yard waste pickup
will start on Tuesday April 8, 2014.
During the weeks of April 8, 15, 22, and
29, residents may put out as much yard
waste as they want, provided it is in solid
containers. Starting May 6, only yard
waste in the cart with the green lid will be
picked up. No plastic bags are allowed in
the yard waste carts or solid containers.
Dates with unlimited pickup are subject to
change depending on the weather.
Please check the Village website for changes. Resi-
dents may also haul yard waste to Scottys
Landscape at 3823 Enterprise Drive in the
Town of Sheboygan. There is a $5.00 fee
per load. Please call 452-1925 for details.
Do Not rake leaves and debris into the
street. Curbside leaf collection is in the
fall only.
Brush pickup (tree branches) will start on
Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Brush must be
neatly piled in four-foot lengths. The max-
imum diameter is six inches. No brush
with thorns will be picked up. Thorny ma-
terial must be cut up and put in the cart
with the green lid. Brush not complying
will be tagged and not picked up.
From the
Recreation Dept.
Kohler Recreation programs registra-
tion begins on April 1st
The Kohler Recreation Department is
proud to announce our new website, You can reg-
ister online for a variety of summer activi-
ties including swimming lessons, baseball,
tennis, and a variety of other camps begin-
ning on April 1
. Just a reminder that 3
grade baseball registration is now open
and will close on April 4
Actions taken by the Village Board dur-
ing their February 10 meeting:
Denied four claims filed by Kohler Co.
for excessive 2013 assessment against the
Village for The American Club & Car-
riage House, Blackwolf Run, Riverbend
and Inn on Woodlake.
Approved Resolution 2014-2, adopting an
updated Village of Kohler Emergency
Operations Plan and authorizing the Vil-
lage President and the Village Emergency
Management Director to approve expen-
ditures under a state of emergency.
Approved Ordinance 2014-2, repealing
and re-Creating Section 20.04.005 to
enact a temporary moratorium on solar
energy systems and wind energy systems.
Appointed Robert Wuerzberger to Board
of Review and Drew Bogard to Planning
Approved the solid waste, yard waste and
recyclables collection and disposal agree-
ment with Advanced Disposal Services
Solid Waste Midwest, LLC.
Approved the DPW Site Agreement with
Advanced Disposal Services Solid Waste
Midwest, LLC.
Approved purchase of 2014 Ford F-350
truck and equipment, cost $44,929.
Authorized Bruce Neerhof and Brett
Edgerle after receipt of new truck to sell
old DPW truck on Wisconsin Surplus
Approved request from Orange Cross Am-
bulance to use Kohler Fire Department
during renovation of the Sheboygan Falls
Municipal Building.
Approved Operators Licenses as pre-
Approved Ordinance 2014-1, amending
Chapter 11.20 regarding parking.
Approved hiring Amy Silvestri for the po-
sition of summer program coordinator.
APRIL 1, 2014
The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Exhibit: Arts/Industry: At and After the
Through July 6
ARTspace AGallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Features the works of art by eleven past resi-
dents of the Arts/Industry program, a collabora-
tion between the John Michael Kohler Arts
Center and Kohler Co. Some of the work in this
exhibition was created during the artists resi-
dency. Other work is representative of a differ-
ent aspect of the artists work. For more
information please call 920-452-8602.
Art Imigs Clothiers 105 Anniversary Event
April 3, 4-8pm
Art Imigs Clothiers
Join us for the 105th anniversary and change of
ownership event at Art Imigs Clothiers. Save
with a Measure Up trunk show, purchase 5
shirts and get the 6th free, and 20%off all Hart
Schaffner Marx customorders. Refreshments
and live entertainment. For more information
please call 920-459-4190
Kids Make Their Own Pizza
Thursdays, April 3, 10, 17 and 24, 5-9:30pm, $7
Price to include the pizza, a drink and a dessert.
Taste of Scotland: Scotch Tasting
April 5, 1-2pmor 3-4pm, $32
Winery Bar at The American Club
Tartan Day celebrates Scottish heritage around
the world. It is observed on April 6, the day
Scotland declared independence in 1320. We
pay tribute to this heritage as it has strong
links to the championship golf offered at
Kohler, inspired the design behind Whistling
Straits and is the home of our sister property in
St Andrews. As part of our Taste of Scotland
event, guests will enjoy a Scotch tasting with
the national brand representative fromBalvenie
at The Winery Bar. Brave souls are encouraged
to wear their kilts!
Spring Garden Boutique
April 5-6, Fee
The American Club
Think spring with this vendor showof artisan
additions for your home and garden, featuring
unique jewelry and fashion items. The two-day
event includes live music, a fashion showand
demonstrations. For more information call 800-
Kohler Adventure Getaway Lunch with Geor-
gia Pellegrini
April 6, 1pm, $75 or $100 with copy of book
Demonstration Kitchen, The Shops at Woodlake
Get an exclusive taste of celebrity chef, author
and girl hunter Georgia Pellegrinis newbook,
Modern Pioneering, in this special cooking
demonstration event. Georgia will demo recipes
fromher newbook in the fully-functioning
demonstration kitchen before joining attendees
for lunch, which will include a menu of her deli-
cious creations and wine pairings. Guests will
also have a chance to ask Georgia questions
about her adventures and girl hunter ap-
proach. Abook signing will follow.
Masters Golf Tournament Specials
April 10-24
The Horse & Plow
Creative Drink Specials and Southern Appetizer
Raw Bar Night: Oysters
April 11, 5-9:30pm, $35
Guest will be able to try different oysters froma
variety of different regions. Talk to Chef Trent
fromCucina and learn about differences. Price
includes choice of 12 oysters fromWashington
State, British Columbia, Massachusetts and
What is Reiki Seminar
April 12, 10:30amto Noon
Learn about this healing practice at this inform-
ative seminar. Reiki Master-Teacher, lecturer &
popular instructor of University of Wisconsin CE
courses John Oestreicher explains; what is
Reiki, howReiki is used in hospitals around the
world, what to expect during a session, the abil-
ity to heal, levels of training, and hosts informal
Q&A. Please call 920-457-9543 to register.
Cinema in Kohler: Hop
April 18, 7pm, Doors open at 6:30pm, $4
Appley Theatre (between the Kohler Waters
Spa and Kohler Design Center)
Concessions available for purchase
Easter Eggstravaganza
April 19, 1-4pm
The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes at The
American Club
Bring the whole family for an afternoon of
games, cookie decorating, egg-dyeing, crafts
and a special visit with the Easter bunny. Resr-
vations not required.
Easter Brunch at The Kitchens of Kohler
Easter Sunday, April 20
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes, 10am-3pm,
$49.00 Adults, $18.00 Children ages 5-12, 4
years and under complimentary; Plus gratuity
and tax
The Wisconsin Room, 9am-2pm, $45.00
Adults, $16.00 Children 5-12 years, 4 years and
under complimentary; Plus gratuity and tax
Blackwolf Run, 10am-4pm, $36.00 Adults, $16
Children 5-12 years, 4 years and under compli-
mentary; Plus gratuity and tax
Restaurant Week
April 20-26
The American Club Resort Restaurants
Special Menus in participating restaurants
throughout the resort.
Pre-Season Golf Sale
April 26, 8am-8pm
Blackwolf Run - Wolf Pack/Bear Clan Room
Save 20-80%on Blackwolf Run and Whistling
Straits logoed merchandise. For every $50 pur-
chase, receive a $5 Blackwolf Run and
Whistling Straits voucher, redeemable on any
future purchase at Blackwolf Run or Whistling
Straits Restaurant or Golf Shop. 920-803-3016
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Sports Core at 920-457-4444 or
online at for more informa-
Stretch out with Straps Workshop Saturday,
April 5, 10-11am
Kids In Motion - Saturday, April 5, 10-11am
Salsa Dance - Mondays, April 7-28, 7-8pm
Kids Night Out - Friday, April 11, 5-9pm
Grand Prix Tennis - Saturday, April 19, 12-2pm
Salon at Sports Core
Welcome spring and get a special discount at
the Salon. Simply pick an egg to learn your dis-
count on products or services. Want to color
something other than eggs this season? Get a
fresh newlook with $10 off any color service.
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-
Challenge Your Inner Warrior Saturday, April
12, 11:30am-2:30pm, $30
Yoga Nidra Friday, April 25, 7-8:30 pm, $25
per person
The 2014 Demonstration Kitchen Se-
ries is in progress and promises some of
the most diverse tastes and topics yet.
The interactive, educational experience is
hosted by Chefs fromthe five-star, five-di-
amond resort and offers tips and recipes
to create a memorable dining experience
at home. The Demonstration Kitchen Se-
ries runs Saturdays through April 26, with
two sessions at 11amand 2pm. Reserva-
tions are recommended and can be made
in advance by calling 855-444-2838.
April 5 - Low-Carb, Low-Fat Cooking
with Rebecca Tillman Special Events
Discover the difference between healthy
and unhealthy carbs, and learn how to
make any meal low-carb or low-fat by
switching out a few ingredients. Chef Till-
man will explore quinoa, lean proteins,
lean fruits and veggies as she creates a
complete meal and proves healthful food
doesnt have to be boring.
April 12 - Heartwarming Desserts with
Molly Glackin Head Pastry Chef
Warmup your sweet tooth with favorites
fromthe U.S., Italy and France. Chef
Glackin will show you how to make easy
doughnuts with ricotta that dont require
proofing, crepes and crostata. Then learn
how to make a charming warmchocolate
cake baked in a mug a party favorite for
adults and kid alike.
April 19 - Grilling Italian Style with
Trent Hazelberg Cucina Chef
Think beyond burgers and brats, and
learn how to grill delicious Italian fa-
vorites. Chef Hazelberg will grill every-
thing frommeat and fish to vegetables
and pizza while answering the age-old
question: Why does it stick?
April 26 - Cooking with Wisconsin
Cheeses and the Wines That Love
Them with Matt Bauer The Immigrant
Restaurant Chef and Jason Van Auken
Learn how to pair wine and cheese like a
pro with this duo fromThe Immigrant
Restaurant. Chef Bauer will cook up a
few dishes showcasing Wisconsin arti-
sanal cheeses while Jason enhances the
experience with wines fromacross the
country. Taste along as they discuss
cooking techniques and flavor profiles.
2014 Demonstration Kitchen April Sessions
Handmade Kohler Original Recipe
Chocolate Eggs are now available fea-
turing creamy ganache centers in four ir-
resistible flavors: Malted Milk Chocolate,
Dark Chocolate Cognac, Peanut Butter
and Cassis Pate de Fruit (i.e. Peanut But-
ter & Jelly), and Dark Chocolate Straw-
berries and Cream. The Chocolate Eggs
are available as 4-piece ($10.99) or 9-
piece ($20.99) or 32-piece for $69.99 va-
riety boxes packaged with a seasonal
ribbon. These seasonal sweets are fea-
tured in the April installment of the new
Chocolate Club. The complete line of
Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates is
available for purchase online at
www.KohlerChocolates.comor at the
Craverie Chocolatier Caf located at The
Shops at Woodlake. Available for a lim-
ited time.
New Five Star Nail Services for Spring
Make it a Perfect 10 or Perfect 20 for
your nails with these two new Five Star
services for spring at the Forbes Five Star
Kohler Waters Spa. Inspired by the lunar
Pink Moon of April, the Pink Moonlight
Manicure and Pedicure will leave you
dreaming of bright full moons. Available
April 15 - June 1. For spa service reserva-
tion and information please call (888)
Pink Moonlight Manicure The mani-
cure begins with a hand and armexfolia-
tion with a Watermelon-Basil Vodkatini
scrub featuring Square One brand or-
ganic vodka. Ahydrating paraffin dip is
followed by a massage and Pink Moon
shea butter application. 50 minutes $65
Pink Moonlight Pedicure The pedicure
begins with a foot and leg soak in a
pomegranate infused bath. Avitamin
packed mask follows an exfoliation that
will prepare your heels and toes for san-
dal season. Afinal moisturizing applica-
tion of Pink Moon shea butter features
notes of licorice blossom, powder and
spun sugar. 50 minutes $85
Leveraging the Therapeutic Power of
Cool and Warm, Kohler Waters Spa
Launches New Services that Provide
Unique Wellness Experience
Kohler Kur and DetoxDelite among the
newest services unveiled this May
Kohler Waters Spa, an industry leader in
innovative and experiential, five-star hy-
drotherapy services, is pleased to launch
an array of new services on May 1, 2014
at all three locations Kohler, Wis., at
Destination Kohler, Burr Ridge, Ill., and St
Andrews, Scotland, at The Old Course
Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa.
Each year, Kohler Waters Spa unveils
thoughtfully planned services as well as a
new signature water service. This year,
the teamof talented technicians has cre-
ated two services that leverage the sooth-
ing power of warmand cool temperatures
to enhance muscle relaxation and detoxi-
fication The Kohler Kur and Detox
Delite. Both of these unique and complex
services incorporate thoughtful move-
ment, each calculated to elevate the
guest experience and provide a memo-
rable experience.
TheKohler Kur, named for health or cure
in German, provides an 80-minute healing
experience for advanced spa go-ers.
Swathed in a therapeutic cool resting
wrap designed to stimulate the bodys
heating response, the cool temperatures
help relieve fatigue, boost the immune
systemand increase the bodys natural
metabolic responses.
The Detox Delite offers a therapeutic
and detoxifying experience that includes
dry brushing to boost circulation, a full
body massage with cool and warmstones
handpicked fromLake Superior, and at-
tention to pressure points to encourage
further detoxification. The 80-minute ex-
perience also incorporates warming and
cooling massage oils and scents leaving
guests feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Known for its expertise in hydrotherapy,
Kohler Waters Spa annually launches a
new signature water service. The Bam-
boo Contouring Drizzle, a 50- or 80-
minute service, incorporates the KOHLER
CustomVichy Shower for a unique spa
experience. The DTV programmed Vichy
Shower provides technicians the opportu-
nity to programthe various water tiles so
that their hands never leave the guest.
This results-driven service focuses on re-
fining and firming the body while including
exfoliation and a light application of Multi-
Vitamin Firming Body Crme.
Our staff does an amazing job of
thoughtfully creating services, balancing
new trends with practices that are rooted
in health and wellness through the ages,
said Jean Kolb, Director of Wellness for
Kohler Co.
Fromincorporating different tempera-
tures to dry brushing to cutting-edge tech-
nology with our new facial, the teamis
passionate about providing a five-star ex-
perience to every spa go-er.
For reservations, please call 800-344-
2838 or
visit www.KohlerWatersSpa.comfor more
information. Stay up to date on spa news
and happenings on Facebook www.face- and on Twitter,
Signature Massage
Froma relaxing foot bath to a harmonious
massage, this treatment truly embody the
philosophies of Kohler wellness, offering
an unexpected, yet balancing experience.
80 minutes $210; Saturday $230
Detox DeLite Treatment
Beginning with a dry-body brushing to
boost circulation, this full body massage
features warming cinnamon oil. The
bodys pressure points are addressed to
promote wellness and relaxation.
80 minutes $199; Saturday $219
Bamboo Contouring Drizzle
Illuminate your body fromhead to toe with
this results-driven treatment that refines
and firms the body while promoting detox-
ification. Brightening scrub, slimming
serumand firming creamhelp to contour
the body.
50 minutes $168; Saturday $188
80 minutes $209; Saturday $229
Kohler Kur
Savvy spa goers will embrace this thera-
peutic cool wrap designed to stimulate
your bodys heating response to relieve
fatigue, boost the immune systemand in-
crease the bodys natural metabolic re-
80 minutes $209
Saturday $229
Micro-Current Lifting Facial
LED red light and impulse micro-currents
awaken cell function, accelerate cell re-
pair and re-educate muscle tone. Infu-
sions of essential nutrients are applied
with cutting edge trans-dermal technol-
80 minutes $210
Saturday $230
Rescue Me Toning
This unforgettable head-to-toe body and
mini-facial tones and firms, and rich
agave nectar oil nourishes and hydrates.
80 minutes $194
Saturday $214
Rockin Moroccan Pedicure
An orange-peel scrub gently exfoliates
the feet prior to a honey lavender-scented
treatment. The ultimate in hydrating and
revitalizing, this pedicure concludes with
an aromatic body souffl for soft, luxuri-
ous-feeling feet.
50 minutes $97
French Polish $107
Rockin Moroccan Manicure
Hands are exfoliated with an orange-peel
scrub, followed by a honey lavender-
scented treatment. The service concludes
with your choice of either our citrus
scented enriched Hand Creamor our sig-
nature scented Body Souffl.
50 minutes $82
French Polish $92
Spa News
Swing Into Spring with Golf Specials
Golfers rejoice with special rates avail-
able at Destination Kohler Sunday
through Friday this spring with the best
rates of the season on golf. Spring Golf
Rates start at $70 per person fromApril
1-May 8 and $120 per person through
May 9-June 5. The River at Blackwolf
Run and The Straits at Whistling Straits
open on April 25.
Get Golf Ready Clinics: Beginner, Inter-
mediate/Advanced and Junior
The Kohler Golf Academy announces
dates for Get Golf Ready Sessions.
Ranked in the top 50 best golf schools in
America by GOLF Magazine, Kohler Golf
Academy provides year-round golf in-
struction. This golf season is time to im-
prove your game with golf clinics
designed for players of all abilities taught
by certified Kohler Golf Academy instruc-
tors. The Kohler Golf Academy for Jun-
iors Programwill be held in June and
July for young golfers ages 4 and up.
Junior registration to be announced. For
more information and registration visit
www.KohlerGolfAcademy.comor email
Spring 2014 Get Golf Ready Clinics
b Beginner Sessions on Wednesday
Evenings - May 7, 14, 21, 28 and June 4
b Intermediate/Advanced Sessions on
Thursday Evenings - May 8, 15, 22, 29
and June 5
b Nine-hole Event and Hors d'oeuvres
Reception - Saturday, June 7 at Black-
wolf Run
b Weekly topics include - Fundamentals,
Fitness, Full Swing, Short Game, Course
Management, Rules & Etiquette, Bunker
Play and Video Review
b $149 per participant
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