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Kohler Co. Announces Sports Core swim instructor to

Hotel Expansion for Inn serve as assistant coach for Team
on Woodlake
USA swim team at the Rio 2016
The boutique hotel at Destination Kohler
will undergo an expansion and
renovation to provide more common
spaces and multi-bedroom units to
accommodate groups of travelers

Photo courtesy of Excel Engineering

KOHLER, Wis. July 27, 2016

Kohler Co. today announced
expansion plans for Destination
Kohlers boutique hotel, Inn on
Woodlake. The three-diamond
property, overlooking the serene Wood Lake in the Village of
Kohler, will undergo an expansion
and renovation through late 2016
and 2017, adding multi-bedroom
units and common spaces. The
Inn on Woodlake will remain open
during the expansion and renovations. A growing trend is a desire
for families and friends such as
golf buddies trips to stay in a
multi-room space to enhance their
overall guest experience.
We are excited to improve and
expand Destination Kohlers hospitality experiences, said Christine Loose, Group Director Lodging for Destination Kohler. The
addition of the Inn on Woodlake
multi-bedroom units will improve
and elevate our offering to guests.
The Inn on Woodlake expansion
will begin in the fall of 2016 and

add a combination of 4-bedroom

and 2-bedroom units along with
additional single rooms. Each
multi-bedroom unit will have a
common living room and space
where guests can enjoy each others company after a day of activities. In addition, the main lobby
and atrium will be expanded to
provide more common space for
travelers to enjoy.
When youre traveling with
friends and families, you want
to spend as much time together
as possible, said Shawn Boeldt,
Manager of Inn on Woodlake.
We have seen a growing trend
for the desire for more common
spaces, so we are excited to have
this offering available at the Inn on
Woodlake. We anticipate groups
of golfers, travelers and families
very much enjoying this lodging
Plans have been submitted to
the Village of Kohler planning
commission for review with the
Continued on page 3

Laura Becherer Named Rio Paralympics Coach

Some people are passionate

about a sport and a select few are
able to combine it with a genuine
knack for coaching. Not many
take that combination to the level
that Laura Becherer has achieved.
Becherer, Sports Core swim instructor, was recently named as
assistant coach for the Rio 2016
Paralympic Games. Becherer
will join Team USA swimmers in
Houston, Texas, in late August for
final preparations leading up to
the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil, Sept. 7-18.
Im really excited and honored
to be coaching for Team USA,
said Becherer, a longtime coach
of area swimmers at the Sheboygan YMCA, Sheboygan North
High School, Ozaukee Aquatics and currently at Sports Core.
She became involved with the
Paralympics when her visually
impaired daughter, Kelley (right),
became a top swimmer, ultimately
competing in the 2004, 2008 and
2012 Paralympics, winning a total of three gold and four bronze
Becherer attended those summer games in Athens, Beijing
and London. When her daughter
retired from competitive
swimming, she remained
involved, serving as the
Disability Chairperson
for Wisconsin Swimming and as a staff member for the 2015 Parapan
Am games in Canada.
I have a passion
for coaching and the
Paralympics, which is
the second-largest sporting event in the world,
Becherer said. These

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

athletes train as hard as Olympic

athletes and it is very competitive
to make the Paralympic team. As
a coach, Im thrilled to get to this
Paralympics: The Olympic Games
for Disabled Athletes
The Paralympics are held two
weeks after the Olympics. In
fact, the word para means parallel or alongside, denoting that the
games are to be aligned with the
The first version of the
Paralympics, called the International Wheelchair Games, was
held concurrent with the London

Olympics in 1948. Competitors

included rehabilitated disabled
veterans of World War II. The first
official Paralympic Games were
held in Rome, Italy, in 1960, involving 400 wheelchair athletes
from 23 countries. Beginning
with the 1988 Seoul Olympics,
the Paralympics began to be held
following the Olympics in the
host city using the same facilities.
Today, the Paralympic Games
include five major classifications
of athletes: visual impairments,
physical disabilities, amputees,
cerebral palsy, spinal cord
injuries, and others, including disabilities such as
muscular dystrophy. Within the disability categories,
classification levels, which
differ from sport to sport,
are structured to allow athletes to compete against
those with similar ability
Learn more about the
Paralympics and the Rio
schedule at

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.



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Prevea Kohler Health Center

open house

Prevea Health is a proud new member of the Kohler community, and were
celebrating by welcoming you and your family to an open house.

Thursday, Aug. 11
4 to 7 p.m.
950 Woodlake Rd., Kohler
Please travel via the trolley!
Due to limited parking, please park at the
Kohler Gardener at The Shops at
Woodlake, 765A Woodlake Rd., Kohler.
Our complimentary trolley will transport
you to and from the health center during
open house hours.

Well celebrate in style, with:

The Kitchens of Kohler

Introductions to our doctor and staff
Tours of the newly remodeled, 15,000 square-foot health
center, including urgent care, family medicine, physical therapy,
chiropractic care, lab and X-ray
Giveaways for all attendees
An opportunity to win an Aaron Rodgers autographed helmet



Inn on Woodlake expansion, continued from page 1

Village Board expected to vote
on the proposal in early August.
Upon approval, a groundbreaking
will follow shortly after.
The carefully planned expansion and renovations at the Inn
on Woodlake are part of the com-

panys ongoing commitment to

continuous improvement. From
2009-2012, The American Club
hotel underwent a multi-phase
renovation to its rooms, common
areas and lobby and the Carriage
House experienced a renovation

and newly created entrance in

2013. Kohler Waters Spa, Cucina
Italian Restaurant, Sports Core
Health & Racquet Club and the
Horse & Plow have also experienced property enhancements
over the past three years.

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Keith Baka
awarded the
Eagle Scout Rank
Keith Baka was recently awarded the Eagle Scout Rank in a Court
Of Honor held by Boy Scout
Troop 831 at the Waelderhaus in
Kohler. He earned his Eagle Scout
Rank in February after being approved by an Eagle Scout Board
of Review.
Baka planned and led his Eagle project to benefit the citizens
of Kohler by leading his fellow
Scouts to assemble bat houses,
and working with the Village of
Kohler to install them in locations
throughout the community. The
bat houses help to encourage a
healthy bat population, and they
are expected to consume millions
of mosquitoes each summer, providing an environmentally friendly means of pest control to residents. In total, almost 100 hours
were invested in the planning and
execution of the project.
Fifteen-year-old Baka began
Scouting in 2006 with Pack 3831,
also of Kohler, where he earned
the Arrow of Light Award. He is
a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow (OA), Scoutings
honor society, and served the past
year in the leadership position
of Chapter Chief of the Beshkno
Chapter. He is an active member
of the ceremonies team, doing
service for Scouting and the OA
to help usher other Arrowmen
into the various levels of the OA.
In 2015 he attended the National
Order of the Arrow Conference in
East Lansing, Michigan as well
as the OA National Leadership

Submitted photo

Seminar, and in 2016 performed

service at the Boy Scouts Summit
Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia,
while attending a High Adventure
camp there.
Going forward, Baka plans
on helping Troop 831 with leadership duties and working with
other Scouts along their own path
to advancement in Scouting. He
has been selected as a Lodge delegate and will be attending the
OA national planning conference
for the next century of the Order
this summer at Indiana University. Additionally, he will attend the
National Boy Scout Jamboree in
2017 at the Summit.
The Kohler Police Athletic
League (KPAL), a non-profit organization, charters Troop 831.






11th Annual
Bethany Neighborhood Picnic
Sunday August 14th

Food served from 11:30 1:30

Games and fun from 12:30 3:00

Bethany Lutheran Church, 222 Church Street, Kohler

$2 hamburger /hot dog meals

(includes, watermelon, chips, drink and dessert)
Lots of games, prizes, jumpin fun, and more!
Returning this yearBingo!!
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Preserving raspberries and

history at the same time.



Experience the production of flavorful jams

and jellies as they were made more than
150 years ago. We will be using raspberries
picked on the Wade House grounds and
sealing the jars with tissue paper. Come
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own history.

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(For the August 15, 2016 issue)


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3rd Bi-Annual Make A Break for Mans Best

Friend Walk/Run takes place on Saturday,
September 17
A 1-Mile walk starts at Woodlake Market in Kohler at 11a.m.
Brat fry at Woodlake Market to
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Village-wide garage sales to be held Saturday, August 6

Garage sales will be held around
the Village of Kohler on Saturday,
August 6 from 8:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. in conjunction with the
annual multi-family sales that will
take place in the area of Upper Rd,
Orchard Rd, School St., Grafton
Ct., Market St., South Rd., Church
St., and East Pk Ln.
Other sales are planned on Pine
Tree Rd., Pine Cr., Grafton Ct.,
Audubon Rd., Valley Rd. and
elsewhere around the Village.
A google map displaying

some garage sale locations

can be viewed or printed at
To have your sale added to the
map, complete the quick form at by August 5th. More locations are expected to be added to
the map up until the sale, so keep
checking and dont forget to bookmark the map on your smart phone
or print it out to help you navigate
the sales!

Brennan Scheel Joins

MEMBERS Financial Services
at Kohler Credit Union
Financial Advisor Will Provide Members Retirement
Planning, Wealth Management Solutions
Kohler, WI Brennan Scheel has
joined Kohler Credit Union as a financial advisor, exclusively serving the credit unions membership
through MEMBERS Financial
Services. Scheel, a financial advisor with over 3 years in the financial industry, is now available
to meet with individuals to evaluate their financial situation, offer
recommendations and coordinate
their investment and insurance
Our goal is to be a life-long,
trusted partner for our members,
explains Kevin OConnor, chief
retail officer at Kohler Credit Union. Brennan shares these
goals, along with the credit union
values of trust, safety and service
every member of the Kohler Credit Union team strives to achieve.
Im confident Brennan will provide our members with the information and support to meet their
financial planning needs.
I look forward to serving the
retirement planning and wealth

management needs of Kohler

Credit Unions membership,
says Brennan Scheel. I can help
members identify their major financial objectives or recommend
solutions to help them achieve financial securityeven provide an
objective second opinion on their
financial situation.
Designed exclusively for credit union members, and located at
the credit union, MEMBERS Financial Services is a full-service
financial advisory program providing retirement, insurance and
investment services to individuals.

Products and services provided by the financial advisory program include; Retirement
Planning, Wealth Management,
Mutual Funds, Education Funding, 401(k)/Pension Rollovers,
Life Insurance, Long-Term Care
Insurance, as well as various other offerings designed around the
needs of the credit unions members.
The program works in cooperation with Kohler Credit Union
and complements the wide range
of products and services the credit
union makes available to its members
For more information, contact
Rhiannon Hinz at rhiannon.hinz@ or 920.783.2312.
Or, you may contact Brennan
Scheel at 262-268-7240 ext. 2608
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School seeks Varsity

girls basketball coach
The Kohler School District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of varsity girls basketball coach. (Begin date: November, 2016).
agement skills including the abil The desire and ability to lead ity to plan for practices, games,
and opponents
and motivate student-athletes
Ability to communicate effec Previous playing experience
tively with all stakeholders
Previous coaching experience


An understanding of basketball, both offensive and defensive Preferred:
schemes, as well as the ability to Prior head coaching experience
plan and run practices
Interested applicants should
Knowledge of the skill sets necsubmit a cover letter, resume and
essary to excel in basketball
references through
Ability to create and implement WECAN or
a program wide plan to help de- these skill sets in all stutrict/human-resources/
dent-athletes involved in the proCONTACT:
Joseph Hildebrand
Ability to facilitate out of season
player development opportunities Director of Athletics & Activities
Good organizational and man-







Kohler Schools Upcoming Events

Kohler/Sheboygan Christian
baseball players receive All-Big
East Conference honors
Kohler High School juniors Ashton Elmendorf, of; and Brady Stefanczyk, if; received Honorable

Mention on the all-Big East Conference baseball team.


It is the policy of the Kohler School District that no person may be denied admission to any public school
in this district or be denied participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be discriminated against in any
curricular, extracurricular, pupil service, recreational, or other program or activity because of the persons sex,
race, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or
parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap as
required by 118.13 Wisconsin Statutes. This policy also prohibits discrimination as defined by Title IX of the
Education Amendments of 1972 (sex), Title VI of he Civil Rights Act of 1964 (race and national origin), and
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The district encourages informal resolution of complaints under this
policy. A formal complaint resolution procedure is available to address allegations of violations of the policy
in the Kohler School District. Inquiry related to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits
discrimination on the basis of sex should be directed
Quynh Trueblood
District Administrator
Kohler School District
333 Upper Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 459-2920
Any questions concerning s.118.13 Wisconsin or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which
prohibits discrimination based on handicap, should be directed to:
Quynh Trueblood
District Administrator
Kohler School District
333 Upper Road
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That pursuant to the Family Educational Right and Privacy Act and State
Statute 118.125(b) and (2)(J), the Kohler School District has designated the following as Directory Data
Information as provided in said Act and Statute:

students name, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized extracurricular activities, dates
of attendance, awards received, the schools most recently attended by the student, and photograph of the
student. For students attaining junior and senior status after July 1, of the new school year, the students
name and address may be disclosed as directory data. In addition,
directory data of juniors and seniors for the armed forces
will include telephone listings.

Any parent, legal guardian or guardian ad-litem may refuse to permit the designation of the above information
as directory data. In that case, the information will not be disclosed without the prior consent of the parent,
legal guardian or guardian adlitem, except as otherwise allowed by law. Any parent, guardian, or guardian adlitem refusing to have the designated directory data disclosed, must inform the school district within 14 days
to this effect, through written notice to Quynh Trueblood, Superintendent, Kohler School District, 333
Upper Road, Kohler, WI, 53044.
The Kohler School District will release directory data only for news releases of awards, recognitions, honor
roles, printed programs, district web page (Only High School Students), or other pupil information materials.
The name and address of each pupil who reaches junior and senior status after July 1, of the new school
year will be released, upon request, to any educational institution
including branches of the armed forces, unless the School District is informed that this information may not
be released without prior consent. In addition, directory data for the armed forces will include the telephone
listings of students attaining junior and senior status after July 1, of the new school year. Any previous notices
on file with the Kohler School District withholding the disclosing of directory data information are now void.
Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities, including children with
disabilities attending private schools in the school district, regardless of the severity of their disabilities. The
school district has a special education screening program to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities
and are at least three years old.
Upon request, the school district will screen a child who has not graduated high school to determine whether
a special education referral is appropriate. A request may be made by contacting Cindy Payne, Director of
Pupil Services & Special Education.



June 20, 2016 Board of Education Regular Meeting

Call to Order
Pete called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. in the Kohler
Public Library. Quynh Trueblood called roll. The following
board members were present: Christina Koberstein,
Meredith Behler and Pete Schueller. Steve Cassady
entered at 5:35 pm and Chad Hamilton entered at 5:43
Statement of Public Notice
June 17, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda. Meredith
seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
There is a unique year-end satisfaction that comes
from the learning that takes place over the school year
followed by the anticipation of summer. The learning
experience for children and adults is similar and includes
working hard and achieving goals, having fun, exploring
new things, persevering through challenges, and
contributing to a community.
The year was remarkable with onboarding two school
principals, a business manager, an administrative
assistant for the Elementary school, and a technology
coordinator. The administrative team used a framework
for Effective Teams to develop goals based on measures
and to guide our behaviors and develop a mindset for
high performance. We look forward to onboarding the
Athletics and Activities Director this summer.
We are dedicating time for reflection to set the stage
to live our mission with planning for professional
development that is focused on a brain-based
understanding of learners and creating a culture for
students and adults to thrive in. The three targets
include: Growing Minds, Visible Learning, and My
Learning Plan Oasys.
Elementary Principals Report (Lisa Greene)
We had a great ending to our 2015-16 school year. Our
PBIS celebration was held on Wednesday, June 8th. We
raffled off a Chromebook and Kids Nook. Both of those
were super popular and the kids were simply delightful
in their excitement. McKenna Holtzricher won the Nook
and Ethan Michon won the chromebook. (Both from Mrs.
Bartelts class.)
We followed the assembly with a trivia contest which
was very well received. Mrs. Bittner ran that and set it
up through a free online program called Quizziz. Mrs.
LaDukes class won the trivia contest. The kids had a lot
of fun with that, as did the teachers, so we plan on using
the Quizziz program more next year.
We ended our PBIS celebration with a dunk tank in
the afternoon, Id like to give a special thank you to
Mr. Waters, Mrs. Kukla, Mr. Dumez, Mrs. Bitter, Mrs.
Magle, Mrs. Depagter, and Mr. L, (Who graciously
replaced Mrs. Hoffman), who were the brave teachers
(who clearly will do anything for kids) for braving the cold
water and multiple dunks. I can attest that the water was
We finished up our school year with an AMAZING field
day held in the gym on the last day of school. The Kohler
School Friends did a tremendous job. Thank you to
Leslie Yetzer and Sarah Smith and all the parents who
volunteered and gave such a great experience to all
the kids. The kids just had so much fun! And the face
painting! Those were some talented Moms on that
station!! I cant imagine how exhausted they must have

focused on positive leadership, with an emphasis on

Multipliers. With this in mind, we have specifically
targeted ways by which our leadership can cause a
direct change in capacity of our employees. This will
be evident as part of our Strategic Action Plans as well
as our Educator Effectiveness evaluation and coaching
model for employees. To these ends we have targeted
individuals to lead our in-house professional learning,
as well as members of our entire learning community to
strengthen that which we already do well. We are focused
on not only School-Life Balance, but also improving our
services in our schools to help all students in our learning
community become inspired, engaged and achieve
Classroom Highlights
The Middle School took class trips. The 6th grade
visited the Milwaukee Zoo while the 7th and 8th graders
spent a beautiful day in Chicago. Both experiences
were the culminating experience for these students.
From the beginning of the year where we spend the
day at Kohler Andrae State Park, which set the tone
for a positive school climate and culture, through the
end of the year. Our students have been extremely
well behaved, achieved high academic standards and
have demonstrated strong character attributes. It is
experiences, like these, that develop strong bonds
between all stakeholders in our learning environment.
We are also very pleased to announce that one of our
students, Casey Johnson, earned the title of State Tennis
Champion, the first to be crowned from Kohler High
School. Congratulations to Casey, his family and our
coaching staff for helping to bring out the finest in our
Graduation on Sunday June 5 can widely considered a
success. We celebrated 100% of our senior class. Special
thank you to Lynn Vander Schaaf, administrative assistant
and Christine Voice, high school counselor for their hours
and dedication to our graduating seniors.
On a similar note, I would like to extend a Thank You to
the entire Village of Kohler for this graduation celebration.
There was a certain feeling of pride that could be
felt throughout the entire Village from the graduation
celebrations. I am proud, honored, and humbled to have
the opportunity to serve this district as Middle and High
School Principal.
Review of District Finances
2015-16 Projection: still on track to endthe year slightly
favorable to the budget.
2016-17 Budget: no changes were madeto the
2016-17 preliminary budget that was reviewed at
theCOTWmeeting on 6/13/2016.
This preliminary budget, as recommended by the finance
committee andCOTW, will be voted ontonightby the
board for approval.

Reports of the ad hoc Policy Committee

Recommendation to approve policy 5111Eligibility of Residents/
Recommendation to approve policy 5115Student Use of Motor Vehicles
Recommendation to approve policies 3217/4217/5772/7217Weapons
Recommendation to bring to the COTW policy 5113Open Enrollment
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
Recommendation to approve preliminary 2016-2017 budget
Recommendation to move policy 5113 to ad hoc policy committee for
Steve moved to approve the consent agenda. Meredith seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve the 2016-2017 preliminary budget as recommended by the
finance committee and the committee of the whole
Meredith moved to approve the 2016-2017 preliminary budget. Steve
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the second reading of policy 5461Children At-Risk of Not
Graduating from high school
Meredith moved to approve policy 5461. Steve seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Approve Neola policies 6108 and 6424 as recommended by the
finance committee
Christina moved to approve policies 6108 and 6424. Meredith seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the 3 year Heidenreiter contract for busing
Christina moved to approve the 3 year Heidenreiter contract for busing.
Steve seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
If needed, adjourn to closed session to consider employment,
contracts and performance-related information for employees over
which the school board has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility
pursuant to Wis. Stats. 19.85 (1) (c).
Christina moved to enter into closed session. Steve seconded the motion.
A roll call vote was taken: Pete-aye, Chad-aye, Christina-aye, Meredithaye, Steve-aye. The meeting entered into closed session at 6:09 pm.
The meeting was adjourned by Pete at 7:00 pm.

Class of 1996 holds

20th class reunion
The Class of 1996 hosted their
20 year reunion at the Horse and
Plow, on July 23rd. In attendance
were Chad Milbrath, Jeff Gordon,
Michael Belot, Amy Schnettler
Harms, Raagu Beri, Todd Zim-

mermann, Jen Naruo Stefanac,

Rohinee Beri, Courtney Sieloff, Jesse Brotz, Melissa Atkins
Wardy, Nathane Nonhof and Allison Olson.

External auditors conducted preliminary field work for the

2015-16 audit on 6/16/2016. No issues identified. They
will return on7/21/2016to complete the audit.
Consent Agenda
Approval of May 23, 2016 Regular Board Meeting
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
Budget Overview (Discussion):
Recommendation to approve policy 6108Authorization to make electronic fund transfers
Recommendation to approve policy 6424Purchasing
Recommendation to approve 2016-2019 Heidenreiter

The Kohler Classic was great! Again, Sarah Smith was in

charge of that endeavor to promote healthy lifestyles, and
it was super fun to watch the kids participate and have
MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy Brown)
Kohler Public Schools Strategic Plan
June 21st will mark the final leadership development
session the administration will have with Margaret
Black, our consultant. As part of our work, we have
Submitted photo





Village Meetings Scheduled for August
8/1 Property Committee
4:30 pm
8/1 Finance Committee
5:00 pm
8/8 Village Board
5:30 pm
8/25 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless
otherwise indicated.
Open Book and Board of Review
The Village Assessor will be holding an Open Book session at Village
Hall on Monday, August 1 from 3:00 5:00 p.m. To schedule an
appointment with the assessor, please call Associated Appraisal at
1-800-721-4157. Open Book is an opportunity for property owners to
meet with the assessor and examine the records for their property and
discuss how the assessment was made. Time spent discussing your
assessment with the assessor may eliminate the need for a formal
appeal to the Board of Review. At Open book, the assessor is allowed
to make any changes that are necessary to perfect the assessment roll.
The Village of Kohler Board of Review will meet Tuesday, August 23
beginning at 5:00 p.m. Property owners that want to appear before the
Board of Review to appeal their assessment must provide the clerktreasurer with written or oral notice of their intent to file an objection
at least 48 hours before the meeting of the Board. Also, a written and
signed Form of Objection to Property Assessment must be filled out and
filed with the clerk within the first 2 hours of the Boards first scheduled
Election Partisan Primary Tuesday, August 9
The Partisan Primary will be held Tuesday, August 9. The polling
place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village Hall,
319 Highland Drive, and will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Voters
are required to show a photo ID to vote. You must have lived in
the Village of Kohler for 28 days to vote in the Village of Kohler. If you
moved to the Village after July 12, 2016, you will need to vote in your
prior community.
The General Election will be held Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Do you have the right photo ID for Voting?
These are acceptable for voting purposes and can be unexpired or
expired after the date of the most recent general election:

Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license

Wisconsin DOT-issued identification card
Military ID card
U.S. passport

These photo IDS are also acceptable for voting purposes but must be
Certificate of naturalization issued within the last two years
Unexpired Wisconsin driver license or identification card receipt
Photo ID issued by a Wisconsin accredited university or college
containing date of issuance, student signature and expiration date
no later than two years after date of issuance, along with a separate
document proving enrollment.
If you are eligible to vote but dont have a photo ID, you may obtain a
free ID from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Apply for the ID as soon
as possible. Visit Department of Motor Vehicles, 3603 Kohler Memorial
Drive, Sheboygan, 800-924-3570.
For more information about voter registration, absentee voting,
acceptable forms of proof of identification or upcoming elections,
contact the Clerk-Treasurers office at 920-459-3873.
Absentee Voting
Will you need an Absentee Ballot for the Partisan Primary (August 9) or
the General Election (November 8)? Absentee ballot applications are
available in the Village Clerk/Treasurers Office or online: http://www. (Form GAB-121). Absentee voters are also required to show
a photo ID to vote when voting in the Village Offices. If voting absentee
by mail, a copy of photo ID must be included with the absentee ballot.
Voter Registration
Voter registration is available in the Clerk/Treasurers Office until Friday,
August 5. You can also register on Election Day. All new registrants must
provide a document establishing their proof of residence as part of the
voter registration application. Valid forms of proof of residence must
include the voters name and current address. Examples: current and
valid Wisconsin driver license or identification card; official identification
card or license issued by a WI governmental body; real estate tax bill or
receipt for current year or year preceding the date of the election; college
ID card (must include photo) along with a fee receipt dated within the
last 9 months; gas, electric or telephone service statement for period
commencing no earlier than 90 days before the Election; bank statement;
paycheck; check or other document issued by a unit of government.



scooters. Sidewalks are bumpy, but the kids still are not allowed to ride
these in the streets. Also, state statutes prohibit any motorized vehicle
from being operated on the sidewalks. That would include motorized
stand up scooters. For these motorized scooters, this basically leaves
only private property where permission has been granted. Please
understand that the state statutes cannot be changed by Village
ordinance, therefore, we cannot permit someone to operate in violation.
Many of these items are not cheap to purchase. Please be cognizant of
the rules prior to purchasing one for the family.

Residential backflow preventers may exist or be required on lawn

irrigation systems, wet fire protection systems, hot water heating (boiler)
systems, swimming pool fills, water features, etc. Backflow preventers
may also be required if there is another water source on the site such as
a well, pond, river, etc.


Cross Connection Control (Backflow) Program

The Village of Kohler is required to move forward with a cross connection
control (backflow preventer) program. WDNR Regulations require every
water supplier develop and implement a comprehensive cross connection
control program for the elimination of existing cross connections and
prevention, and protection from all future cross connections.

Backflow preventers are the property of the water customer and the
responsibility lies with the customer for annual testing and maintenance.
The water customer must contract with a licensed tester to perform the
required annual tests. Most local plumbers are certified to test backflow
The contractor hired to oversee Kohlers backflow program is the firm of
Aqua Backflow, a national firm located in Elgin, IL specializing in cross
connection control management. Aqua Backflow can be reached at
847-742-2296 with any questions. Your Village of Kohler contact, Brett
Edgerle, can be reached at 920-459-3881.
All water customers will be contacted by Aqua Backflow at some point
over the next few years to perform a site survey. Inspectors will be
surveying your property to be sure that your water systems are protected
from existing or potential cross connections.
The Kohler Cross Connection Control Program is designed to safeguard
public health. We ask for your cooperation with our program, its
enforcement, and any requests for access or information that come from
Aqua Backflow or Village staff.
Disposable Wipes
Residents are cautioned against flushing disposal wipes down the toilet.
Although many wipes are labeled disposable or flushable, quite often
they clog sewer laterals and mains. The preferred method of disposal is
to bag the wipes and place in your garbage receptacle. During normal
maintenance checks in June, a sanitary sewer main was found to be on
the verge of clogging due to these wipes. Fortunately, the DPW staff was
able to clear this obstruction before a sewer back-up occurred.
Garbage Receptacles
Residents are encouraged to store their garbage receptacles in discrete
locations. Ideally they should be stored in a garage. Other suitable
areas include side/back yards, or any other area screened from public
view. Please be reminded that all containers must be stored with the lids
securely closed and away from any heat source (grill).
Holiday Garbage Pick-up
When a holiday falls on a Monday, all garbage pick-ups will be one
day later than scheduled. For example, Labor Day falls on Monday,
September 5; therefore garbage pick-up for that week will be on
Wednesday, September 7th.
Brush Pick-up
The Village crew picks up brush and tree branches that can be run
through a chipper on Tuesdays (with the exception of Holiday schedule).
The material must be in 4-foot lengths, maximum 6-inch diameter and
piled neatly at the curb. No thorny material or material with root balls is
allowed. Thorny material, root balls and all loose and leafy material must
go in the yard waste cart. Curbside leaf collection is in the fall only.
Rummage or Yard Sale Signs
Please be advised that only one Yard or Rummage Sale sign is allowed
per property; the sign must be located on sale property. Signs located
on/in cars on street right-of-ways are prohibited.
Fire Hydrant Flushing and Water Valve Exercising
During the months of August and September, the Village Public Works
Department will be exercising water valves. The Department will also be
performing maintenance on fire hydrants and flushing the mains. The
work will be performed Monday through Thursday. Residents should
be aware that there will be periods of cloudy and discolored water as
sediment and mineral deposits in the water mains are disturbed.
Noxious Weeds/Grass Length
According to Village Ordinance 8.24, it is the duty of every homeowner
to destroy all noxious weeds on their property before they go to seed.
Examples of noxious weeds are Canadian thistle, English charlock, wild
mustard, creeping jenny, goats beard and cotton-bearing trees. Also,
grass that exceeds nine-inches in height is in violation of this ordinance.
The Village gives five-day notice to the homeowner to mow their grass.
Otherwise, the Village will mow at the homeowners expense.

Play Vehicles
The Wisconsin statutes prohibit play vehicles from being on the
roadways in Wisconsin. These include: skateboards, ripsticks, and

The kids are home for the summer, and there is no better time to
formulate and discuss an emergency plan with your family. A complete
plan includes:
o A clear method of notifying all occupants of an emergency
o Identify escape routes
o A meeting point, outside the home, for all household occupants
o Memorization of emergency numbers and contacts
Ensure the chosen rendezvous point is a location where you will be able
to meet and converse with emergency responders. Special consideration
and planning should be put in place for small children and elderly adults,
as well as comprehension and use of window and door locks and security
devices. Having a plan in place reduces confusion and panic when faced
with an emergency situation, and will aid in providing clear and coherent
communication with responding emergency personnel.
Please remember to keep sources of ignition, and flammable materials,
secured and out of the reach of children. Have a safe and happy summer!
Chief Mike Lindstrom 920-459-3876.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
7:30 - 11:00 pm

Come One, Come All-- Students Grades 6 - 12

Sneak Peak at Kohler Schools in the afternoon and Lock-in at Kohler
Youth Center in the evening. Reunite with your friends at Kohler Schools
Sneak Peek, then invite them to a get together at the Kohler Youth
Center that evening. Lets have some fun and enjoy one last hurrah as
summer comes to a close.
Kohler Youth Center
Open 7 days a week 12:30 pm - 7:30 PM
Located on School Street, Door 19, right next to the Pool

Do you have photos of your kids taking

part in this years baseball, t-ball, softball,
soccer or tennis programs?
Please email your favorites to Amy at and well include
them on our website!
We invite you to come on in and enjoy an easy-going, fun and comfortable
environment at the Kohler Youth Center.
AUGUST FEATURE: Hand Dipped Ice Cream and Milk Shakes


The Village Board approved the following items during their June 13
Appointed members to Special Committees.
Operators, cigarette, liquor and beer licenses as requested.
Temporary Class B Beer license to the Kohler Fire Department for 4th
of July Celebration at Ravine Park.
Hiring youth center and swimming pool employees.
April 2016 revenue and expense reports, bank reconciliation and
journal entries.
Compliance Maintenance Annual Report
Building permit for Prevea Health signage at 950 Woodlake Road.
Building permit for Minit Mart signage at 820 Commerce Lane.
Building permit for CVS Pharmacy signage on Target building.
Tourism Promotion and Development Committee funds:
Fall 2016 Room Night Campaign for $20,000
4th Quarter Holiday 2016 Room Night Campaign for $15,000
2017 Golf Package Acquisition for $40,000
Green Bay Packer Radio Show for $20,000



Savor the Date: Kohler Food and Kohler Waters Spa

Wine Experience, October 20 23 August Spotlight
Event tickets available starting August 2
Mark your calendar for the 16th annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience a four-day extravaganza of food, wine and fun. This
interactive culinary event features celebrity chefs, libations specialists, wine experts and epicurean enthusiasts from around the world
for dynamic culinary seminars, tastings and signature festivities.
For more information and reservations, call 1-800-344-2838 or
visit Stay up-to-date on Kohler Food &
Wine Experience event news and happenings
on with #KohlerFoodWine on Facebook /AmericanClub,
Twitter @TheAmericanClub and Instagram @TheAmericanClub.

Gifts that give!

Movers & Shakers at The Shops
at Woodlake Kohler
Announcing, our newest gift that gives,
an organic toy thats twice as nice!! Brand
new at Movers & Shakers our Bears for
Humanity plush line of all natural, 100%
organic Sherpa and Hemp teddy bears! For
every bear purchased a bear will be donated
to Safe Harbor in Sheboygan! In addition
to supporting a child in need, the bears are
made in Union City, CA and support their
local welfare to work program, so this is a
gift that keeps on giving! Come see these
soft and huggable bears and give a gift that
gives back! Complimentary gift packaging
included! For more information please call

Skin Authority Facial Peel

Event - Thursday, August 25 from
Join us as we partner with Skin
Authority for a rejuvenating facial
on Thursday, August 25th from
4-8pm. Using Skin Authoritys
professional glycolic peel, this facial will help to brighten skin tone,
even out fine lines and wrinkles,
and bring your skin back to its natural glow. $55 per person, includes
a 25-minute facial service, spa facility access from 4-8pm, and $25
credit to apply towards any retail
purchase of $50 or more in the
Spa Boutique. Advance reservations are required. Appointments
are made every half hour from
4pm until 8pm. Please arrive at
least hour prior to your appointment time. Please contact Megan Hoffmann at 920-451-2160
to reserve your appointment.
Space is limited. Registration fee
is non-refundable and non-transferable for special events.

Kerstin Florian Glow on

the Go Pop Up Event Friday, August 19 from
Join us in the spa boutique between 1pm and 4pm to learn more
about the benefits of our Kerstin
Florian product line with focus on
skin brightening. A gift with any
Kerstin Florian purchase will be
provided during the event.

Last Chance to Capture

Enjoy $25 off all 50- and
80-minute services, Sunday
Thursdays. Offer valid June 1August 31st. Call 855-283-7137
for reservations.
Special Retail Offers this Month
10% off Skin Authoritys new
Beauty Infusions
10% off All Jane Iredale Makeup, receive a free gift worth $100
or more with the purchase of Jane
Iredale products
10% off Bumble and Bumble

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

Chappellet Wine Dinner
August 5, 6:30pm Reception / 7pm
Dinner, $145 per person inclusive
Immigrant Restaurant
Join us to celebrate the beautiful
wines of Chappellet Winery which
started more than four decades ago on
Pritchard Hill. Come join The Immigrant
Restaurant Chefs and Chappellets
Mitch Boyd as they take you on a
journey through the beautiful array of
Chappellet wines. Five course meal with
reception. Jacket required for men. For
more information call 855-444-2838.
Chefs Table Dinner Series
Join us in Destination Kohler for the
first of its kind, Chefs Table Dinner
Series. Delight in a 3-course dinner
demonstrated, prepared and served by
a featured Destination Kohler chef in
the Demonstration Kitchen. Chefs will
be showcasing their best and favorite
dishes for this exclusive event and
showing you how they make it all come
together. Space is limited to keep the
experience intimate, so make sure to
reserve your seat at the table soon.
Dinner begins at 6pm. The event price
is $60 per person / $79 with beverage
pairings per person. Reserve your spot
and view menus at

Schedule of upcoming Chefs Table

Tuesday, August 9 - Paul Smitala, Chef,
Blackwolf Run - Sheboygan Fish Fry
Tuesday, August 16 - Amanda Weber,
Chef, Demonstration Kitchen - Honduran
Tuesday, August 23 - Amanda Weber,
Chef, Demonstration Kitchen Celebrating Supper Clubs
Tuesday, August 30 - Tiffany
Ringelstetter, Chef, Whistling Straits Farmers Market Finds
Sounds of Summer Sundays
Sundays, through August 28, 3-5pm,
Shops at Woodlake Rotunda
Join us this summer as music fills the air
along the shore of Wood Lake in Kohler.
Every Sunday, June 5 August 28, from
3-5pm, a fresh, exciting act will perform
live on the lakeside patio at The Shops at
Woodlake Kohler. In the case of inclement weather, concerts will take place in
the Breezeway at The Shops at Woodlake. Shop. Dine. Relax.
August 7 - Wait for Morning
Wait For Morning is an acoustic based
band featuring a blend of pop/rock and
singer/songwriter vocals. Creatively
covering current radio hits and originals

August 14 - Phil Norby

Local singer, songwriter, culinary wizard
playing a gamut of hits from any decade.
Phils smooth vocals and guitar stylings
have made him one of the secret talents
in Wisconsin. Dont miss Phil Norby!
August 21 - Matt Haffel
Performing original music composed of
thought provoking lyrics with an upbeat
rhythmic foundation. Matts growing fan
base has been a direct reflection of his
ability to appeal to a diverse audience.
August 28 - Mark Croft
An acoustic-guitar-based singer/
songwriter with Roots, Pop, &
Americana song styling, Mark Croft
is the classic triple threat; a skilled
guitar player, a powerful and dynamic
vocalist, and a talented songwriter and
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
August 1 October 2
Features the porcelain pieces of Kate
Maury (MN), the detailed studies of
Wisconsin flora and fauna of Joanna
Poehlmann (WI) and the exquisite 22
karat gold jewelry of Julie Seymour (WI).
For more information please call 920452-8602.



For more information, pricing details and

to register call Sports Core at 920-4574444 or online at for more
Sports Core
BOOST ACADEMY - Sports Core has a new
and exciting program this summer for youths
looking to get in shape, stay in shape or take
their game to the next level. Boost Academy
is offering Group Exercise classes for teens
and preteens that are available for ages 6-18.
Your child can choose from cycling classes,
teen TRX and Boot Camp classes and even a
fun & fitness class for our pre-teen kids!
First Friday Mixed Doubles Tennis - Friday,
August 5 - 6-7:30pm
Kids Motion - Wednesday, August 3 - 9:3010:30am
Kids Night Out - Friday, August 12 - 5-9pm
TGIF FUN - Friday, August 26 - 5:30-7:30pm
Summer Day Camp - Monday-Thursday,
August 15-18 - 9am-4pm
Pro Shop Special - August 15-28 - Show your
student ID to get a free Tervis water bottle
with your purchase of $75 or more.


For a list of classes, information, pricing

details and to register call Yoga on the Lake at
920-453-2817 for more information. Yoga On
the Lake offers workshops, special events and
guest instructors throughout the year.