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219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Postal Customer | 920-331-4904
OCTOBER 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.
Village DPW
has part-time
job opening
The Kohler Public Works De-
partment has a part-time position
available for 7.5-15 hours (or as
needed), per week.
Duties include grass cutting and
trimming, brush chipping, park
maintenance, and snow plowing.
Interested applicants can pick up
an application at the Kohler Vil-
lage Hall, 319 Highland Drive,
Soccer Under the
Lights to be held
Saturday, October 4
Put on your Kohler soccer jersey
and cheer on the high school var-
sity soccer team as they play
under the lights at Ebben Field
on Saturday, October 4.
The game against Sheboygan
Falls begins at 6:00 p.m. There will
be free giveaways and a kids
scrimmage at halftime.
Fans wearing Kohler soccer jer-
seys will receive free admission.
Construction to take place on
Upper Rd. and Greenfield
Drive week of October 6 and 13
During the week of October 6
and October 13 traffic patterns will
change on Greenfield Drive and
Upper Road during construction of
projects that are part of the feder-
ally funded Nonmotorized Trans-
portation Pilot Program awarded
to Sheboygan County and three
other communities around the
country in 2005.
Sheboygan County received up
to $25 million over four years to
develop a network of non-motor-
ized transportation facilities that
connect neighborhoods, retail cen-
ters, schools, recreation amenities,
and employment centers for the
purpose of encouraging people to
change the way they choose to
move around through their daily
The Village of Kohlers portion
of the project includes paving the
shoulders on both sides of CTH Y
between Greenfield Dr. and CTH
O, a pedestrian crossing on Green-
field from the school to Ebben
Field, and a multi-use pathway
connecting the southern end of
Ebben Field to Woodlake Road.
During the week of October 6,
Upper Road will be closed just to
the east of the school exit and be-
fore the Orchard/Orchard Ct. inter-
section. Greenfield Drive will be
completely closed for the week of
October 13, and traffic will be di-
verted to Upper Road.
During construction a temporary
four-way stop sign will be placed
at the intersection of Greenfield
Drive and West Park Lane to help
slow down traffic and reroute it
when necessary.
Upper Rd. closed
during the week of
Oct. 6
Greenfield Dr. closed
during the week of
Oct. 13
Temporary 4-way
stop sign
Halloween Trick-
or-Treating in the Vil-
lage will be held
October 31 from 5:00
to 7:00 p.m.
Officers from the Kohler Police
Department will once again hand
out the glow necklaces to children
to help make them more visible.
There will be no bonfire this
date and time
Game on! Fall Follies
brings auction and bidding
to a new level
Fall Follies is almost here! Every
seat is expected to fill this year, es-
pecially with the Silent and Live
auction line-up and the return of
DJ Suga Ray. This years auction
An exclusive VIP PGA Champi-
onship 2015 package you wont
want to miss
Golf and stay at the Sanctuary
Resort at Kiawah Island,
Four (4) Club seats to a Brewers
game with an opportunity to be
on the field for batting practice
Aveda products and services at
Salon 511
Six (6) Green Bay Packer club
Door County get away
Shop & Spa for four (4) at the
Kohler Waters Spa
Once again, you may also choose
to show your team spirit to the en-
tire Village with the bragging
rights to fly your favorite sports
teams flag for a week at the
There are several new items as
well. Among them are six framed
photographs from high school Art
students at Kohler School. These
beautiful black and white 8 x10
pictures were taken in the Village
of Kohler. The students not only
learned about exposure and unique
perspectives, but they had a chance
to highlight beauty of the Village.
Professionally matted and framed
with the help of renowned artist,
Cassy Tully, they are designed to
fit in anyones home. We have
some incredibly gifted students
and its a treat to showcase a sam-
ple of that talent at the Fall Follies.
The Art department is gaining mo-
mentum and it is rewarding to see
these kids excited to learn, then
turn around and share it with the
community that inspires them,
says Kohler High School Art
teacher, Jonathan Wheeler.
The 50/50 raffle is back again
year. Tickets are available at $10 /
piece or 6 for $50.
The Kohler School Foundation is
very excited to improve your bid-
ding experience at the Fall Follies
this year! The Foundation has de-
signed an online Giving Center
with you in mind. Please book-
and visit the site often leading up
to October 11. Via the Giving Cen-
ter, you may see previewed silent
and live auction items, enjoy ad-
vanced bidding on select silent
auction items, and generously do-
nate in advance of event night.
Complete a brief and secure regis-
tration process with your 10-digit
cell number and credit card infor-
mation making your onsite regis-
tration even quicker on October
The commitment to guest experi-
ence continues on event night. The
Fall Follies committee has done
away with paper bid sheets this
year. This years silent auction will
be electronic via your smartphone.
For the best experience and early,
exclusive access to the silent auc-
tion, please provide a 10-digit cell
phone number for you and all
guests via the Giving Center be-
fore the event.
You will receive a text message
prior to your arrival at the Ameri-
can Club. Simply launch the en-
closed personal link to bid early
and often right from your fully
charged smartphone. The perfect
accessory this year is your smart-
phone allowing you to support the
Kohler School Foundation
throughout the evening.
If you are unable to attend the
Fall Follies on October 11, you can
still support the Kohler School
Foundation by bidding remotely
from your home computer or
tablet. Just visit on Oc-
tober 11! If youd simply like to
donate, you may also visit
g and click on DONATE on the
home page.
OCTOBER 1, 2014
Sheboygan Countys premier early learning
program and facility.
Half Day Program; Full Day Program for working parents.
Ages 2 - 7
Diane Gorychka
Licensed Teacher Pre-K - 8
grade & Principal - WI DPI
Diploma - Association Montessori Internationale
Tel. (920) 459-7677
3103 Weden Creek Road, Sheboygan WI

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Celebrating 13 years of
business in Kohler!
Stop in to Eat at the Lake and check out
our display of original and print art for sale
Work has begun in the Kohler
Cemetery on the Kohler Veterans
Memorial, a project started by the
Kohler Civic Club.
The new flag pole will have at
its base a pentagon of symbols and
plaques honoring those who have
given service to the Armed Forces
of the United States. The U. S. Air
Force plaque has a stars and
stripes motif. At the left is an
image of the Womens Air Corps
insignia. In the center are the Air
Force Medal of Honor, the Air
Force Reserves insignia, and the
Strategic Air Command insignia.
In the foreground you see an
image of an Air Force cadet
through the blister window of a B-
29. The P-40 Flying Tigers rep-
resents volunteer pilots from the
United States who served in a
fighting capacity for the freedom
of friendly nations. This plaque
and the others will soon be put in
place and if all goes according to
plan a dedication of the new mon-
ument will be scheduled for Veter-
ans Day, November 11, 2014.
If anyone would like to be a part
of this project, donations may be
sent to the Kohler Civic Club at
P.O. Box 36, Kohler, WI 53044.
Work has begun on
Kohler Veterans
Bronze Air Force plaque
Sheboygan Childrens Book Festival
Features 16 Authors, Illustrators
Wisconsins only free children book
festival promises full agenda Oct. 10-12
Sheboygan, Wis. Families, teens
and children of all ages are encour-
aged to start planning now for which
of the 70+ activities they want to at-
tend when the three-day Sheboygan
Childrens Book Festival returns Oc-
tober 10-12. The entire weekend
event is free to participants.
The volunteer-run event will
bring 16 award-winning childrens
book authors and illustrators from
across the country including six
from Wisconsin who are just as ex-
cited to present and inspire their au-
diences. This years theme is Feed
Your Imagination, highlighting
imagination and inspiration in books
for children and teens. Kevin
Henkes (Lillys Purple Plastic
Purse), Peter Brown (My Teacher Is
a Monster! No, I Am Not), Raina
Telgemeier (Sisters), Blue Balliett
(Chasing Vermeer) and Denise
Fleming (In the Tall, Tall Grass) are
among the noted authors and illus-
trators who will appear at the 2014
SCBF. The youngest and newest tal-
ent presenting is Amy Zhang, a 2014
Sheboygan Falls High School grad-
uate, who sold her first novel before
she graduated. Her book, Falling
Into Place, publishes this month.
Gearing up for its 5
year, the
Sheboygan Childrens Book Festival
(SCBF) will host these events from
Friday, Oct. 10 through Sunday, Oct.
12 at three venues in Sheboygan:
Mead Public Library, Bookworm
Gardens and the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center. No fees or reg-
istration are required for any event
or activity; however seating is first-
come, first-served.
The activities offered free to partic-
ipants include:
Bedtime bilingual concert with
Jos-Luis Orozco
Author-led writing workshops for
kids, teens and adults
Art-making sessions with illustra-
Book sales and signings
Brain Quest Trivia Challenges
Free collectible author/illustrator
trading cards for kids and teens.
Visits from popular book characters
Lilly, Curious George, and Pig
from If You Give a Pig a Pancake
Prior to the festival events, more
than a half dozen of the authors and
illustrators will visit 17 elementary,
middle and high schools including
a home-school group at the Wade
House Historic Site on Fri., Oct.
From 2010 to 2013, participation
in public and school SCBF programs
has grown significantly, from 3,196
to 7,126 attendees. And the number
of schools hosting a SCBF visiting
author or illustrator has doubled,
from eight schools participating in
2010 to 17 schools in 2014.
Festival Posters
Caldecott Honor winning picture
book author and illustrator Denise
Fleming is the 2014 poster artist. A
limited edition of the 2014 SCBF
poster will be available for $25. Also
available for sale is the 2013 SCBF
poster, illustrated by the late David
McLimans, a Caldecott Honor win-
ning illustrator and past SCBF pre-
senter. Both posters can be
purchased together for $40 and are
available to order at: sheboyganchil-
Illustration from underGROUND,
copyright 2012 by Denise Flem-
ing. Published by Beach Lane
Edible Book Contest
In celebration of its fifth anniver-
sary, the SCBF is holding an Edible
Books Contest on Sat., Oct. 4 at
Mead Public Library. Community
members are encouraged to create
culinary interpretations of any chil-
drens or young adult book, book
character, or plot, using only edible
materials. The books will be on
display for the public to admire and
cast votes for their favorites.
Local Sheboygan Bookseller
Autographing sessions will fol-
low each author and illustrator pres-
entation. Book World in Sheboygan
is the 2014 SCBF bookseller and
will donate 20 percent of festival
book sale proceeds to benefit future
Sheboygan Childrens Book Festi-
vals, helping keep this annual com-
munity event free and open to all.
About the Sheboygan Childrens
Book Festival
The Sheboygan Childrens Book
Festival will celebrate its 5
sary in 2014, and attracts youth and
families throughout Wisconsin, Illi-
nois and Minnesota. The 2013 fes-
tival events were attended by more
than 7,100 participants during the
weekend activities and school visits,
with 98 percent of participants say-
ing they would recommend the fes-
tival to a friend or colleague.
The Sheboygan Childrens Book
Festival, established in 2010, is pre-
sented in partnership with commu-
nity volunteers and local
organizations that believe in the
transformative power of reading and
the literary and visual arts. It takes
place annually in October and is
Wisconsins only free, public chil-
drens book festival. www.Sheboy-
The SCBF is funded in part by a
grant from the Wisconsin Humani-
ties Council, with funds from the
National Endowment for the Hu-
manities. Any views, findings, con-
clusions or recommendations
expressed in this project do not nec-
essarily represent those of the Na-
tional Endowment for the
Humanities. The Wisconsin Human-
ities Council supports and creates
programs that use history, culture,
and discussion to strengthen com-
munity life for everyone in Wiscon-
For More Information
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3 Dealerships, 2 Locations, 1 Goal to be Your Dealer
Mike Daniels Jim Schermetzler Terri Stewart Kathy Nonhof Meg Trager Brian Homiston Fred Stone
435 Hill St., Kohler
Move-in Ready, Picture perfect in every detail
3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, many recent upgrades
Living room bay window, built-in hutch & bookshelf
Lower partially finished rec room and office
Outstanding landscape, priced below comparables
#3850 $169,900
Fred Stone 980-1370
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 $210,000
Meg Trager 207-9228
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
224 Orchard Rd, Kohler
3 Bedrooms, 2 full bath home near school
Large kitchen, dining room, Living room
Family room with fireplace & built-ins
Family room access to deck
All new windows, rare 2.5 car garage
Move in and enjoy homeownership
#3864 $139,000
Brian Homiston
1521 Golfview Dr E, Sheboygan
Motivated seller-Dont miss this opportunity!
Large executive custom built ranch
Priced $50,000 below assessment
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, office, formal dining
Gourmet kitchen, sunroom, deck & patio
Great room with gas fireplace
Lower 2 rec rooms, kitchenette, heated floor
3 Car garage with staircase to lower level
#3854 $344,000
Terri Stewart 912-4303
520 River Oaks Dr., Sheboygan Falls
Mint condition, quality workmanship
3+ Bedrooms, 4 bath areas, many new updates
New roof, garage door, patio door and carpeting
Family room with fireplace and bookcases
Crown molding, zoned heat, cathedral ceiling
Fabulous lower rec room w/surround sound
Play sized back yard, deck, 2.5 car garage
#3855 $251,999
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
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
Open concept kitchen, dinette, and living room
Living room fireplace, patio doors to a lovely deck
Lower level office, family room, adtl utility area, full bath
#3816 $249,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
239 Settlers Trail, Sheboygan Falls
Set on The Bull with spectacular views
Great room with vaulted ceiling & skylights
Two way fireplace, kitchen with SS appliances
3 Bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths, bonus room
Special lower level entertainment center with bar
Sunroom with hot tub, upper balcony
Beautiful patio with outdoor kitchen
#3859 $895,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
W5910 Sumac Rd, Plymouth
Beautiful quality built home on 10.45 acres
Nicely landscaped, pond-fish stocked and sandy beach
Living room & family room with fireplaces
3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, office, deck & patio
Lower rec room and wet bar
1.5 Car garage, space for extra parking
#3860 $449,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
525 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
Well Maintained with character & charm
Oversized living room, 1
floor den
Family room addition with bay window
3 large bedrooms, good closet space
Quaint reading nook
Shared driveway but has its own 2 car garage
#3862 $168,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
1082B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
One floor ranch condo, 2+ bedrooms or den
Beautiful fireplace w/bookcases and storage
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 $218,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
10.4 Acre Julie Ct, Greenbush
Picturesque rolling hills, kettles and hardwood forest
Bounded by the Kettle Moraine State Forest on two sides
Zoned residential, gated driveway easement
Electricity and phone available, well and septic required
Perfect for sportsmans hideaway
#3863 $199,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
W6184 Sumac Rd, Plymouth
5 Acres of wooded rolling land & 2 ponds
3,800 sq ft home, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Mother-in-law quarters w/2 bedrooms
Huge private deck, 2nd floor laundry
Formally a dog kennel grooming business
Large garage under home for extra parking
#3865 $239,900
Fred Stone 980-1370
Servant hearts, caring hands.
Inspired living as you age.
3 Locations:
531 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls
1280 Pine Haven Lane, Sheboygan Falls
701 Pine Drive, Oostburg
Rehabilitation Respite Care
Supported Independent Living
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Long Term Care
OCTOBER 1, 2014
Highway 23 in Greenbush WI
Make reservations in
the 19th century.
The sounds and smells of the 19th century come to life as stove and replace res
are lit and guests chop and stir, season and roast, preparing their midday meal as
Betsey Wade routinely did for stagecoach travelers a century and a half ago.
For information and reservations, call (920) 526-3271. $45 per person
Oct. 25th & Nov. 8th Hearthside Dinner 11 a.m. -
Building a TRADITION a WINNING Tradition!
Kohler Soccer Team - 1926
State Finalist 2009; Sectional Champion 2009
Regional Champion 2011; 10; 09; 08; 07;06
CLC Conference Champion 2011; 09; 08; 07
NSCAA Academic Award 2013, 12; 11; 10; 09, 08
Photos copyright Wisconsin Adult Soccer Association and Network Photos
Saturday Night Lights Bomber Soccer
Kohler vs. Sheboygan Falls
Saturday, October 4
Ebben Field
6:00 pm
Wear your Kohler Soccer
Jersey Free Admission
Free Giveaways
Kids Scrimmage at Halftime
Come Join the Fun!!!
Save big $$$
Rates as low as 4.5%
Call today to find out more
Have your home SOLD by Menzer
Call 920.457.WOOF
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3513 S. 32nd Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.457.WOOF (9663)
One good turn
Good Neighbor Committee
impresses Village resident
Submitted by an impressed
For more than 100 years, resi-
dents of the Village of Kohler have
prided themselves on helping out
their neighbors, being friendly,
doing a good turn, and doing it
with a sense of joy. Its good to
see the age-old tradition is not
only well in tact, its led by a new
generation of residents.
This Good Neighbor Commit-
tee got to work helping clean up
the lawn of neighbors who were
on their way out of town. Starting
with just a couple of children, the
lawn quickly became full of young
volunteers armed with rakes and
recycling bins to help make their
neighborhood look a little nicer.
Thanks to Kohlers Good
Neighbor Committee for their
willingness to spontaneously pitch
in with smiles on their faces. In an
age where its expected for adults
to be a role model for our children,
its refreshing when thats re-
Good Neighbor Committeepictured above include Alex Hol-
land, John Senti, Bobbie Holland, Nikith Ramagoni, Joby Sil-
vestri, Jackie Gueseneau, Eddie Bullard, Nathan Boyer, and
Charlotte Bullard Submitted photo
Submitted Photos

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Roof, Furnace, AC new in 2014. Updated,
spacious family room with floor to ceiling
stone wood-burning fireplace, cathedral
ceiling with skylight & tiled eating area.
French door leads to large deck with
canopy & fenced backyard. Door from
driveway enters spacious tiled mud room
with skylight. Updated kitchen includes
white cabinets, Corian countertops, Viking
stove/oven, breakfast bar, & hardwood
floors. Formal dining room has beautiful
built-in buffet with leaded glass doors &
hardwood floor. Front foyer has cedar-lined
double closet & stunning tiled floor. All
rooms have European widows that open
two ways. Upstairs has four bedrooms &
large linen closet off hallway; large bath-
room with two vanities, whirl pool tub,
separate enclosed shower, & tile floor.
Loads of charm with unique floor plan and
beautifully landscaped yard.
Lovingly restored 4-bedroom close to
school, recreation, and shopping
124 South Road, Kohler
(920) 254-0368
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October, 4
12:00-3:00 p.m.
Congratulations to our
Mama-to-be Makeover
winner Monica Alvarez!
With Child Maternity and Baby Boutique
at The Shops at Woodlake
Hair and makeup courtesy of
the Sports Core Salon
for the latest Kohler news
and photos!
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
OCTOBER 1, 2014
The Gibson Girls Estate Sales
FURNITURE: Gorgeous formal dining room table with leaves and 12 chairs covered in an off white fabric (2 chairs with arms) Side
piece for storage and buffet service Pair of camel colored sofasLarge Chippendale coffee table with glass top, a very exceptional
piece of furniture... Large corner wood bookcase/display unit Oversized armoire...Pair of large tapestry fabric wing back chairs... Dining
room corner display cabinet...Curved 2 piece sectional sofaRound glass topped breakfast table with iron and rattan back chairsGlass
topped side/sofa tableWood tea cart...Semi-circle writing desk...Ethan Allen maple writing desk...Small country pine desk...Eastlake
dresser with mirror...Ice cream table with 4 chairs with bent iron bases...Round inlaid lamp table...Sewing rocking chair...Mahogany small
china display cabinet... Rocking chair with arms... 2 Turn of the Century ornate side tables... Large corner cabinet...Antique round oak
table...Tall table with Grecian pillar legs, very unusual...Queen size bed...Chaise lounge...Some beautiful dressers, tables, night stands
throughout this sale...Day bed...White painted vintage vanity. DINING ROOM: Wedgewood china....Heisey glass dessert plates... Beautiful
china pieces with cream soup cupsWaterford cut glass vase, ring holder, stemware, plus a large variety of antique cut glass pieces...12
Staffordshire plates depicting English customs...Lenox Santa and china... Sheboygan Mead Library mug...Satin glass large rose bowl...
Haeger and English Art Deco dancing girl figures...Bisque piano babies...Glass pitchersChristmas dishes...Silverplate and Sterling
serving piecesSilver coffee service on tray. ARTWORK: Lovely watercolor by the late James Michael...Old framed printsVintage
framed chalk landscape...Several large important framed oil picturesThomas Kincaid oil canvas print...High relief sterling horse head
framed, original art by Bruce Fox...Unusual tramp art frame. ORIENTAL ITEMS: A variety of old Oriental rugs, large room size to smaller
area rugs...Occupied Japan figurines... Japanese Geisha porcelain pieces, includes cups with the picture of a woman in the bottom
when held to the lightCloisonn... LADIES: Designer clothes that include St. Johns jackets and dresses, a luxury clothing line sold by
Saks and Neiman Marcus, we have a closet filled with remarkable pieces for the sophisticated woman who knows qualityLarge selection
of purses and shoes, scarves and other optional accessoriesExotic fabrics from around the world... Collection of framed ribbon lady
boudoir picturesJewelry from exotic travel places...Antique beaded bags and compacts... Antique apothecary scale...Much more. LI-
BRARY: Newer roll top desk and chairLarge world globe on stand that lights...Overstuffed deep color sofa, large arm chair and ot-
toman...Beautiful Art Books, books on Africa, Political, Novels, Coffee Table books, Artifacts from travels... Interesting bookends PAPER
ITEMS: Old scrapbooks...Early 1900's postcard books...Interesting old paper items...Sherwin Williams paint and color decorator store
book, 1941...Avon Wildlife bottle collection plus old Avon calendars... Spittoons... Tiffany boxed playing cards... Several sets of bookends
including Bronze monkey bookends. HOUSEHOLD: Two Bose music machines... Le Creuset cast iron wok...Kitchen appliances...Old
pewter...Copper and wood items...Vintage blue Fireking and green McKee custard glass kitchen dishes... Small appliances, Cuisinart,
etc...Wood butter press...Enamelware...1950's Ivy pattern set of dishes...Bar glasses... Pudding mold...CookbooksNeedlepoint
pillows...Big selection of tablecloths, napkins, other linens...Sewing machine, accessories, plus old patterns from the late 1800's. CHIL-
DRENS ROOM: 2-pc off white desk and bookcase unit...Large AM 16-390 bisque doll, 30" tall...Shirley Temple doll...Cameo Kewpie
doll...Carnival chalk Kewpie...Vintage Madame Alexander dolls in boxes...Verifine truck... Dionne Yvonne composition doll... Childs painted
rocking chair and high chair...Antique childrens clothes...Shirley Temple pitcher... Half Doll... 2 Antique wicker doll buggys...Baby wicker
bassinette. BASEMENT: 2 large beautiful Christmas trees plus a nice selection of Holiday decorations....A lot of large wood picture
frames...Office items, several desk chairs... Blatz beer Old Barrel Man advertising figure...Schlitz lamp...Kingsbury emblem...Other bar
signs... Country wood bench... Old oak roulette gaming flip top table...Old wood games, slot box, Cribbage, Backgammon in cases...
Large framed Western cowboy picture... Old fire extinguisher...Vintage beer signs and lightsTable top mangle ironer. TOOL ROOM
AND GARAGE: The tool room is filled to capacity with all kinds of things men loveSki clothes, high quality gear for outdoors... Old fire-
wood storage box...All kinds of tote bags from golf to fishing to travel...Badminton netLoads of lawn and garden toolsBoys bike and
bike racksSeveral yard cartsLeaf blowersRigid steel utility standAdjustable aluminum laddersOutdoor furnitureSun dial
Cement snake in the grassLawn figuresCattail birdbath, glass topSo Much MORE. PLUS: THE Infinity Zero Gravity massage chair,
retail is over $4,000.00, the absolute ultimate in relaxation and personal massage, digital commands; this is the ultimate personal
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Grace United Church of Christ
celebrates 90 years on
October 5
In January of 1924, Grace
Church was organized with
twenty-four charter members
meeting in the Kohler Village
Hall. In October of 1926 the cor-
nerstone was laid for their church
building and the congregation has
been meeting in the building
since 1927.
Today, celebrating 90 years of
service and ministry in the area,
Grace United Church of Christ is
going strong with an active Sun-
day School, worship, and mission
emphasis. On October 5 the con-
gregation will celebrate its an-
niversary and will have the pastors
from the past 45 years in atten-
dance. A service of worship
(10:00) will be followed by a
luncheon and program, addressing
the past accomplishments that
have given a foundation for the fu-
ture ministry of the congregation.
The congregation looks forward
to this event celebrating a mile-
stone of ministry as it prepares to
address the next decade and be-
Consider healthy alternatives in place of
Halloween candy
Kohler resident, author and
yoga expert Elise Cantrell invites
the community to think outside of
the Box this Halloween by offer-
ing treats that arent candy or junk
food. They don't even have to be
food at all! says Cantrell. There
are so many creative and fun treat
ideas out there from Halloween
themed pencils, to glow in the dark
bouncy balls, light up bracelets
and necklaces, spider rings, and so
on. Believe it or not, I have priced
these items, and they are no more
expensive than candy! I would
love to encourage my friends,
neighbors, local businesses, teach-
ers, parents, grandparents and
other members of the community
to rethink Halloween a little bit
this year and consider healthier
treats or non-food treats! Let's give
our kids a Happy, Healthy Hal-
PGA of America announces
sell-out of season grounds
tickets for the 2015 PGA
Championship at Whistling
Releases limited remaining ticket
inventory to the general public
The PGA of America and Kohler
Co. today announced limited re-
maining ticket availability for the
2015 PGA Championship at
Whistling Straits after the event
recorded the second-highest one-
month total ticket sales in PGA
Championship history, selling out
its Season Grounds Ticket offer-
ings during the first month of sales.
As a result, very limited tickets
remain available across other cat-
egories, including less than 150 of
the Ultimate Foursome pack-
ages. The Ultimate Foursome
package allows ticket holders the
exclusive opportunity to gain di-
rect access to tickets for the 2020
Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits,
which are otherwise only available
through a random draw. Addition-
ally, a very limited number of in-
dividual Wanamaker Club tickets
remain available and are expected
to sellout soon.
Weve been thrilled to see so
many fans purchase 2015 PGA
Championship tickets during our
first month of sales; the enthusi-
asm has been incredible and the
sell-out of Season Grounds Tickets
speaks for itself, said 2015 PGA
Championship Director Jason
Mengel. With this being the week
of the 2014 Ryder Cup, we also ex-
pect the remaining Ultimate Four-
some packages to go very quickly.
The package is an incredible offer-
ing for golf fans, who like us
are also very excited to see the
Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in
More than 49,000 fans pre-reg-
istered to purchase tickets before
sales opened last month for the
2015 PGA Championship, which
will be making its third visit to
Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wis.
Defending PGA Champion Rory
McIlroy and more than 150 of the
worlds best golfers will compete
for the coveted Wanamaker Tro-
phy August 10-16, 2015.
Remaining Tickets
Prices for 2015 PGA Champi-
onship tickets start at $30 for a
Monday grounds ticket and go up
to $475 for a week-long Wana-
maker Club ticket, which includes
access to a 40,000-square-foot, air-
conditioned pavilion with HD tel-
evisions and a sports-bar theme.
Tickets can be purchased at
During the 2015 PGA Champi-
onship, complimentary grounds
access will also be available on a
daily basis for juniors (age 17 or
younger, accompanied by a tick-
eted adult) and select military per-
sonnel (Active, Military Retirees,
Reservists and Civilians with De-
partment of Defense ID).
Full details regarding 2015 PGA
Championship tickets are available
For assistance with questions,
please contact the PGA Ticketing
Center at 800-PGA-GOLF
(742-4653) or
Autumn celebrations at Wade House historical site
season autumn
Greenbush Revel in the traditions
of the fall season during Wade
Houses Autumn Celebration on
Saturday, October 11 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October 12
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guests will
learn about the traditional harvest
season in Wisconsin as well as
early traditions of Halloween. The
event includes a variety of family
friendly activities including turnip
and pumpkin carving, apple duck-
ing, storytelling, apple cider tast-
ing, open-air horse-drawn wagon
rides and more.
The experience will begin on the
first floor of the 1850 Wade House
stagecoach hotel. Costumed staff
will greet visitors inside the his-
toric tap room and share the history
of how Americans adapted Irish
customs to celebrate Halloween in
a new and unique way.
In the hotels 19th-century
kitchens, visitors will discover
how apple peels and hazelnuts
were used to tell fortunes as well
as enjoy a taste of warm apple
cider. Outside on the Wade House
lawn, visitors will get to carve a
turnip into traditional Irish jack-o-
lantern, or a pumpkin into the bet-
ter-known North American lantern.
In the blacksmith shop, guests
will have the opportunity to play
snap apple as well as duck for ap-
ples, both traditional Halloween
games. Snap apple participants
will try to take a bite of an apple as
it dangles in front of them, and vis-
itors who duck for apples in a basin
of water will try to catch a floating
apple with their teeth.
The celebration continues in the
candlelit Herrling sawmill where
visitors will not only hear the rum-
ble of an up-and-down water-pow-
ered saw but also spooky, family-
friendly accounts of tales from the
On both days, food and bever-
ages will be available at the Butter-
nut Caf from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
with service of ice cream and bev-
erages continuing until 5 p.m.
Autumn Celebration will take
place at the Wade House Historic
Site in Greenbush, WI. Visitors
will begin the special experience at
the new Wade House Visitor Cen-
ter and Wesley W. Jung Carriage
Museum located at W7965 State
Highway 23. Admission is as fol-
lows: adults - $11; students/se-
niors - $9.25; children (5-17) -
$5.50; family (up to two adults and
two or more dependent children 5-
17) - $30.
Join us for dinner
at the Wade House
On Saturdays, October 25 and
November 8 from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m., Wade House historic site will
be hosting Hearthside Dinners, a
foodways program in which partic-
ipants will have the opportunity to
enjoy a delicious hearth-cooked
meal, prepared with their own
hands, in the historic Wade House
stagecoach hotel!
Hearthside Dinner guests will
experience a link to culinary his-
tory by helping to prepare 19th-
century dishes on a wood-burning
stove and over an open-hearth fire

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$5 registration fee includes tote bag, pink carnation
(Carnations sponsored by Buehler Furniture; Curves; Falls Salon & Spa;
RE/MAX Universal Realty; So Big Preschool and Childrens House, Inc.; Wisteria Shoppe)
& chance to win a $100 CMS gift certificate for the first 350 ladies.
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American Family Ins, Dan Abts Agency; Bemis Bath Shoppe; Blattner's Piggly Wiggly;
Burkart-Heisdorf Insurance; Corner Studio Jewelers; Depke Shoe Store;
Drexel Building Supply; Falls Firehouse Pizza; Falls Salon & Spa;
Kennedy Ford; M T Wooden Washtub; Meeting Planner Supplies;
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A Chocolate Affaire
just as Mrs. Wade did more than
150 years ago. A close gathering
of up to twenty guests will be
guided by costumed staff as they
learn about historic food prepara-
tion, ingredients and historic cook-
ing tools. Authentic recipes from
late 19th century cookbooks will
be referenced as guests chop and
stir, season and roast, preparing
their midday meal. When the din-
ner preparation chores are com-
plete, guests receive a guided tour
through the stately stagecoach
hotel and learn about the respite
which was offered to weary travel-
ers along the plank road between
Sheboygan and Fond du Lac in the
1850s and 1860s.
Once dinner is prepared, partici-
pants gather family style in the
lovely Wade House dining room
for a wonderful sit-down meal with
lively conversation. The menu will
feature a delectably abundant feast
of squash soup, pork loin roast, red
cabbage with apples, mashed
turnips, glazed carrots, cranberry
muffins, bread pudding, cider cake,
apple cider and coffee. This satis-
fying encounter with centeral Wis-
consins past concludes with
everyone pitching in to clear the
table, wash dishes (19th-cenury
style) and sweep the hearth.
Hearthside Dinners are $45 per
person, and reservations are re-
quired. If you have any questions
about the program or would like to
reserve your spot at the table,
please call (920) 526-3271. Pri-
vate Hearthside Dinners for groups
of 10 to 20 may also be arranged.
The Wade House historic site is
one of 12 Wisconsin Historical So-
ciety historic sites and museums.
For more information, please call
(920) 526-3271 or visit
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Kohler Public Library is
housed with the school library
in the school building at 333
Upper Road.
MondayThursday: 8am-
Friday: 8am5pm
Sunday 14pm
Weather related closings will
be reported to TMJ4.
The school has changed their
policy regarding accessibility
to the building after school
hours. This will affect our use
of the front doors on Sundays.
Please be aware that you will
have to enter the library from
our side entrance near the
playground. The village will
make every effort to clear and
salt the path.
2014: YEAR OF
Last year I took a class in ge-
nealogical research. This year I
would like to put my training to
use by helping you research
your family tree. We will access
several databases for research,
set up your family tree, and cre-
ate an organization system for
your records. If you are inter-
ested in working with me,
please call the library and set
up an appointment. (459-
2923) Im excited to work with
We are very lucky to have in
our library a rich collection of
historic photos dating back to
the 1920s. Unfortunately they
are not organized or labeled
with dates or names.
We would like to fix this prob-
lem but we need your help. If
you can make it in to the li-
brary, we can have you look
through some photos and
hopefully put some names
with the faces. If you cant
make it in, we can certainly
make copies for you (about 24
at a time) and deliver them to
The library has earned a grant
that will allow us to digitalize
our collection. If you have his-
toric photos that you are will-
ing to share with us, please
contact Erin to set up a time to
bring them in. They will be
scanned and returned to you
The library hosts Lego club
every Thursday at 3:30. The
First and Third Thursdays,
kids in grades 5 and up are in-
vited to participate. The sec-
ond and fourth Thursdays, all
ages are welcome. If you child
is under the age of 10, a parent
must accompany them.
We meet the second Tuesday
of every month at 6:30. Please
join us for an evening where
we work on our projects and
share our skills and lots of
laughs. Everyone is welcome.
Crocheters welcome!
Let us know where you are
planning your next vacation!
We will make sure we have the
latest travel guides for your
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August Osage County
Gods Not Dead
Muppets Most Wanted
The Fault in Our Stars
Words and Pictures
Wednesday October 1st at 7:00
PM, The Other Place Sheboygan
Falls. Free membership to those at-
tending. New or experienced skiers
and boarders welcome. November
monthly meeting on Wed. Nov. 5th,
same place & time. Check out web-
site at Kohler Ski Club or contact:
for more information on ski trips.
Kohler Kristies Ski
Club meetings held
October 31
from 5:00 to
7:00 p.m.
Village Meetings Scheduled for October
10/6 Property Committee 4:30 pm
10/6 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
10/8 Library Board (Library) 12:30 pm
10/13 Village Board 5:30 pm
10/23 Planning Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
Open Book and Board of Review
The Village Assessor will be holding an
Open Book session at Village Hall on
Wednesday, October 15th. 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 ex-
amine 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 Thursday, October 30th begin-
ning at 5:00 p.m. Property owners that
want to appear before the Board of Review
to appeal their assessment must provide the
clerk-treasurer 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 Objec-
tion to Property Assessment must be filled
out and filed with the clerk within the first
2 hours of the Boards first scheduled
General Election
The General Election will be held Tuesday,
November 4. The polling place is located
in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Vil-
lage Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be
open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. You must
have lived in the Village of Kohler for 28
days to vote in the Village of Kohler.
The 7
Circuit Court of Appeals in
Chicago has stayed the injunction against
the voter photo ID provisions of 2011 Wis-
consin Act 23. What does this mean for
voters? At the November 4
Election vot-
ers will be required to show a valid docu-
ment establishing their proof of
identification as part of the voting process.
This requirement applies to all voters who
are not active military electors, permanent
overseas electors, confidential electors, or
indefinitely confined electors.
Valid forms of proof identification must in-
clude the voters name, which conforms to
the voters name on the poll list (i.e. Mike
for Michael, etc.) and a photograph that
reasonably resembles the voter. The ad-
dress on the document does not have to be
current to be used as proof of identifica-
The following photo IDs are acceptable for
voting purposes, and can be unexpired or
expired after the date of the most recent
general election (November 6, 2012):
Wisconsin Drivers License, even if ex-
pired, revoked or suspended.
Wisconsin identification card (available
for free, see below).
Military ID card issued by a U.S. uni-
formed service (veteran ID card not in-
A U.S. passport book or card.
The following photo IDs are also accept-
able for voting purposes, but must be
A certificate of naturalization that was
issued not earlier than two years before the
date of an election at which it is presented.
A driver license receipt issued by Wis-
consin DOT (valid for 45 days).
An identification card issued by a feder-
ally recognized Indian tribe in Wisconsin.
A photo identification card issued by a
Wisconsin accredited university or college
that contains the following:
Date of issuance.
Signature of Student.
Expiration date no later than two years
after date of issuance.
The University or college ID must be
accompanied by a separate document
that proves enrollment.
Not sure if youre registered to vote? Has
your address changed since you last voted?
Check out My Vote WI online at This site allows you
to: search by name to see if you are regis-
tered to vote; update your voter registration
information; view a sample ballot; check
your voting history; and more. There are
also answers to commonly asked questions
regarding voting in Wisconsin.
If you are not registered to vote in the Vil-
lage, voter registration is available in the
Clerk/Treasurers Office through October
31 or at the polls on Election Day. Also,
you will need your WI Driver License
number and show Proof of Residency.
Some acceptable forms for Proof of Resi-
dency include: current & valid WI driver
license or WI identification card; official
identification card/license issued by a WI
governmental body; ID issued by an em-
ployer bearing a photo (not a business
card); real estate tax bill/receipt for current
year or year preceding the date of the Elec-
tion; residential lease effective for a period
that includes Election Day; university/col-
lege/technical institute ID card, must in-
clude photo, along with a fee receipt dated
within the last 9 months; utility bill for the
period commencing not earlier than 90
days before Election Day; bank statement;
paycheck; check or other document issued
by a unit of government.
Will you need an Absentee Ballot for the
General Election? The deadline for re-
questing an absentee ballot to be mailed to
you is Thursday, October 30. Absentee vot-
ing in the Clerk/Treasurers Office is avail-
able from Monday, October 20 Friday,
October 31, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For information on obtaining a free state
ID card for voting purposes, please visit
the Wisconsin Department of Transporta-
tions website:
For more information about voter registra-
tion, absentee voting, acceptable forms of
proof of identification or upcoming elec-
tions, contact the Clerk-Treasurers office
at 920-459-3873.
The Kohler Police Department wants trick-
or-treating to be fun and safe for everyone.
To help that cause, Officer Gross will be
holding a Safe Trick-or-Treat Awareness
Program in the school for the younger stu-
dents. He will be passing out trick-or-treat
bags from the Police Department. During
Trick-or-Treating, which will be October
from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., officers will
hand out the glow necklaces to any child
that wants one. The glow necklaces will
make the children more visible as they are
enjoying the night out. Choosing a costume
where the kids are able to maintain good
vision is also a very good idea.
Leaf Collection
Leaf collection will start on October 6th
and continue until December 1
. Leaves
should be raked into the street along the
curb in a three-foot (3) wide rows. No
grass clippings, sticks, or other garden
debris is allowed. The Public Works De-
partment follows a schedule for leaf collec-
tion. The collection starts on the south end
of the Village where the trees are more ma-
ture and produce more leaves. The route
continues to the west and north sections of
the Village. During the last part of October
and early part of November we may only
be able to get through the Village once a
week and cannot make exceptions since
this will affect the collection schedule.
Fall Yard Waste
Yard waste must be put into the carts with
the green lid. On October 28 and Novem-
ber 4, yard waste may be put into addi-
tional containers after the cart is full for
these two special pickup weeks.
From Recreation
Doug Bocchini
Youth Center Employee
The Kohler Youth Center is looking for an
experienced adult who enjoys being around
students, willing to work approximately
12-15 hours per week. Qualified applicants
should have experience in an educational
setting, attend to details, possess a team
orientation, and exhibit strong interper-
sonal skill sets. For more information con-
tact Doug Bocchini at or pick up an
application at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, Kohler.
Kohler Pool Fall Hours
Tuesday and Thursday: 6-7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 1:30-4 pm
The Village Board approved the
following items during their August 11
Resolution 2014-7, Recognizing the 100

Anniversary of the Kohler Volunteer

Fire Department.
Request for DPW assistance with the Fire
Department Centennial Picnic for Friday
set-up, Saturday parade and an employee
on-call on Saturday.
Proceed with Highland Drive median
plantings as presented with an estimated
cost of $4,919.
Age 10 and under blended playing lines
for the tennis courts, cost not to exceed
Operators licenses as presented.
Ordinance 2014-5, Regarding Skateboard
and Other Play Vehicles.
June 2014 Revenue & Expense Reports
and bank reconciliation.
Chief Rutten to attend and represent the
Village at the Sheboygan County Trans-
portation Committee meeting on August
18 to recommend the county keep the
four-way stop on CTH A/CTH PP in
place after construction is complete.
Appointments to Special Committees.
Refer Donna Sanders letter detailing li-
brary concerns to the Library Board.
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
OCTOBER 1, 2014
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 7:15
p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Nancy Case
called roll. The following board members were
present: Marlene Yang, and Matt Kautzer. Christina
Koberstein, Diane Kelly and Nancy Case.
Statement of Public Notice
August 20, 2014
Approval of Agenda
Christina Koberstein moved to approve the agenda.
Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
The school board will form an ad hoc committee to
develop a communication plan for the school dis-
trict. The process will engage community mem-
bers, teachers, and parents. More information to
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
School preparations in full swing. Highlights in-
Completion of Facilities maintenance and capital
North, South, East Wall tuck-pointing
Concrete replacement for door 6 complete
(elementary wing)
Motors to gym bleachers replaced (J&D En-
Gym lockers installed in boys locker room
Ebben Field Phase II progress:
Track resurfacing and fencing complete
Southwest field drainage tiles, grading and
seeding complete
Fields will be closed until April 2015 in time
for the Spring season
Soccer/baseball fields will be closed until Au-
gust 2015 for drainage tiles, grading and seed-
ing, in time for the Fall season.
All Elementary classrooms equipped with
SMART boards, made possible by the Kohler
Foundation donations:
30 chromebooks in the library
Chromebooks replacing laptops in the Digital
Learning Center
CAD lab complete with drafting software
We welcome returning and new families to our
learning community. We hope the summer has
been a time of rest, family, fun, and explo-
New this year are different school day schedules
for the middle and high school. Our priorities re-
main traffic safety and learning. Our commitment
is to monitor both and adjust appropriately. To
these ends, we ask families to encourage their
children to walk and bike to school and to estab-
lish healthy sleep routines to ensure adequate rest
for optimal growth and learning.
Professional development this year focuses on
student achievement through a multilevel system
of support on both the academic (RtI) and behav-
iors sides (PBIS) and professional practice through
the educator effectiveness system.
Registration went very smoothly with most fami-
lies processed accurately and efficiently and made
possible by the many helpers who were focused
and in high spirits.
Principals Report (Lori Neurohr)
Elementary News
The elementary teachers have been busy working
to get their classrooms ready for the start of an-
other school year. Mrs. Bley and Mrs. Ellifson
completed another successful Ready, Set, Go 4K
program, welcoming our newest learners to the
Kohler family and helping them become familiar
with their new teachers, school and expecta-
tions. The SMART boards are installed in all the el-
ementary classrooms, desks are arranged,
textbooks are laid out and bulletin boards are pop-
ping with color and messages welcoming students
back for another great year. The teachers and I are
anxious to meet their new students at Sneak
Peek next week.
Middle School News
The middle school team has graciously welcomed
our newest members, Miss Sheets, eighth grade
ELA, Miss Weist, 8th grade math and Mr. Shoup,
6th grade science to our school and their
team. They too have spent many hours preparing
their classrooms for the start of another year. Ad-
visory activities for the month of September have
been planned and our first six weeks of Bomber
Time (intervention and enrichment period) prom-
ises to be meaningful for teachers and students
Review of District Finances
The finance committee reviewed the 2013-2014
school. Matt Kautzer reported an increase in the
fund balance for the 2013-2014 school year. The
finance committee is refining the budget for the
2014-2015 school year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of July 14, 2014 Regular Board Minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
Recommendation to the full board for approval to
contract with Prevea 360 as the health care
provider effective October 1, 2014
Recommendation to the full board to approve
staffing changes for the 2014-2015 school year
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
Health insurance carrier statusDiscussion was
Teacher handbook statusDiscussion was held
Facilities andmaintenancestatusDiscussion
was held
Technology statusDiscussion was held
2014-2015 School preparation statusDiscus-
sion was held
Nancy Case moved to approve the consent
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve the revised Teacher Handbook
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the revised teacher
handbook. Christina seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the contract with Prevea 360 as the
health care provider for the Kohler School Dis-
trict effective October 1, 2014
Nancy Case moved to approve the contract with
Prevea 360 as the health care provider for the
Kohler School District effective October 1, 2014.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Approve the staffing changes for the 2014-2015
school year
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the staffing
changes for the 2014-2015 school year. Christina
Koberstein seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Approve the hire of Nancy Madigan, school nurse
Diane Kelly moved to hire Nancy Madigan as the
school nurse. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Derek Shoup, 50% middle
school science teacher
Christina Koberstein moved to hire Derek Shoup as
the 50% middle school science teacher. Matt
Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion car-
Approve the hire of Dawn Pilney, occupational
Matt Kautzer moved to hire Dawn Pilney as the oc-
cupational therapist. Diane Kelly seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hiring of the following athletic
coaches: Football-Mike Nikson-Varsity Defensive
Coordinator, Jamil Moore-Varsity Offensive Coor-
dinator, Scott Silvestri JV Head Coach, Franz
Felix-JV Defensive Coordinator, Chris Jaskulski-
JV Offensive Coordinator; SoccerAustin Van
Treeck-JV Soccer;Swimming-Amy Silvestri-Head
Swim Coach, Sonja Heins-Assistant Swim
Coach;Tennis-Ken Stanczyk Assistant Tennis
Coach; Volleyball-Marty Harms Freshmen Volley-
ball Coach
Nancy Case moved to hire the coaches as recom-
mended by Doug Bocchini. Matt Kautzer seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from the Perform-
ing Arts Organization in the amount of $68,000
for the Kohler High School band/choir trip
Christina Koberstein moved to accept the generous
donation from the Performing Arts Organization in
the amount of $68,000 for the Kohler High School
band/choir trip. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn the board meeting.
Christina Koberstein seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at
8:15 pm.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes August 21, 2014
Homecoming to
be held Friday
October, 10
Kohler senior named
semifinalist in the 2015
National Merit Scholarship
Leigh Schlecht, daughter of
Lorne and Shannon Schlecht of
Kohler has been named a 2015 Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Semifi-
nalist. On September 10, 2014
officials of the National Merit
Scholarship Corporation an-
nounced the names of approxi-
mately 16,000 Semifinalists in the
60th annual National Merit Schol-
arship Program. These academi-
cally talented high school seniors
have an opportunity to continue in
the competition for some 7,600
National Merit Scholarships,
worth more than $33 million, that
will be offered next spring. To be
considered for a Merit Scholarship
award, Semifinalists must fulfill
several requirements to advance to
the Finalist level of the competi-
tion. About 90 percent of the
Semifinalists are expected to attain
Finalist standing, and more than
half of the Finalists will win a Na-
tional Merit Scholarship, earning
the Merit Scholar title.
NMSC, a not-for-profit organi-
zation that operates without gov-
ernment assistance, was
established in 1955 specifically to
conduct the annual National Merit
Scholarship Program. Scholar-
ships are underwritten by NMSC
with its own funds and by approx-
imately 440 business organizations
and higher education institutions
that share NMSCs goals of honor-
ing the nations scholastic champi-
ons and encouraging the pursuit of
academic excellence.
More that 1.4 million juniors in
over 22, 000 high schools entered
the 2015 National Merit Program
by taking the 2013 Preliminary
SAT/National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT),
which served as an initial screen of
program entrants. The national
wide pool of Semifinalists, which
represents less than one percent of
U.S. high school seniors, includes
the highest scoring entrants in each
state. The number of Semifinalists
in a state is proportional to the
states percentage of the national
total of graduating seniors.
To become a Finalist, a Semifi-
nalist must have an outstanding ac-
ademic record throughout high
school, be endorsed and recom-
mended by the high school princi-
pal, and earn SAT scores that
confirm the students earlier per-
formance on the qualifying test.
The Semifinalist and a high school
official must submit a detailed
scholarship application, which in-
cludes the students self-descrip-
tive essay and information about
the Semifinalists participation and
leadership in school and commu-
nity activities.
Approximately 16, 000 Semifi-
nalists are expected to advance to
the Finalist level, and in February
they will be notified of this desig-
nation. All National Merit Schol-
arship winners will be selected
from this Finalist group. Merit
Scholar designees are selected on
the basis of their skills, accom-
plishments, and potential for suc-
cess in rigorous college studies,
without regard to gender, race, eth-
nic origin, or religious preference.
Congratulations Leigh on this
outstanding achievement and best
of luck in the competition ahead.
Kohler Schools will hold its
Homecoming on Friday, October
Immediately following lunch
(12:42), students will report to the
theater for a presentation by DJ
Suga Ray (who will be back in
Kohler as part of the Kohler
School Foundations Fall Follies
the following night). At 1:40 stu-
dents will then go to the gym for
40 minutes of class games, compe-
titions, and a pep rally. Students
will be released at 2:20 to view
and/or line-up for the parade,
which starts at 2:35.
The game will be held at 6:30
p.m. A dance with DJ Suga Ray
will follow from 9:00 p.m. - 12:00
The Kohler fifth grade class is
still in need of $850 toward the
$1,500 needed to attend the Trees
For Tomorrow Camp in Eagle
River Wisconsin this fall.
Fifteen students hope to attend
the three-day outdoor environmen-
tal educational experience.
Anyone interested in donating
can write a check to Duane Du
Mez/ Kohler Public Schools. Do
not write a check to Trees for To-
morrow as it will go in to their
general donation fund and not be
allocated for the Kohler 5th grade.
Fifth grade Trees for To-
morrow Camp trip still
needs $850 in donations
OCTOBER 11, 2014
6:00 to 11 oclock in the evening
hosted at The American Club
featuring live entertainment
OCTOBER 1, 2014
Kids Fest
Woodlake Market
Saturday, October 4 - FREE
Join us for a fun-filled family day at
Woodlake Market. Activities will in-
clude bounce houses, appearances by
the fire department, police depart-
ment, 911 simulator (compliments of
With Child in the Shops at Woodlake),
Kohler Golf, games, pumpkin decorat-
ing, grill specials, crafts and more!
Trunk Shows: Art Imigs Clothiers
Saturday, October 4,
Trunk shows with Samuelsohn - made
to measure garments and Stenstrms
shirts - Style, quality and comfort in
every detail. 920-459-4190
Exhibit: One & Only: Gifts Made by
ARTSPACE A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
October 24 - Jan 4, 2015
Select special gifts from a curated
array of works created by more than
30 exceptional artists from across the
nation. 920-452-8602
Horse & Plow Beer Dinner
The Horse & Plow
Thursday, October 9, 7pm, $50 per
A beer pairings dinner with Sprecher
Brewing Co. Call 800-344-2838 for
Kohler Festival of Beer Series: Beer
Run/Walk & Pub Crawl
October 17-19
The second annual 5K Run/Walk
takes you on a trip around Kohler, fol-
lowed by a full weekend of events.
For more information call 1-800-344-
2838 or visit
Kohler Food & Wine
Thursday, October 23 to Sunday, Oc-
tober 26
A four-day extravaganza of food, wine
and fun, featuring talent from around
the world for dynamic culinary semi-
nars, tastings and signature festivi-
ties. Call 1-800-344-2838 or visit
KohlerFoodandWine.comfor tickets
and information.
Chefs Challenge
Main Stage Tent at The Shops at
Thursday, October 23, 6:30-8:30pm,
Join us as six Kohler chefs each pair
with auction winners from the com-
munity and turn surprise ingredients
into culinary masterpieces. Proceeds
from event will support a local char-
ity. This event is presented by Prevea
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444 or online at sports- for more information.
Kids Night Out: Friday, October 10, 5-
Kids Motion: Saturday, October 11, 9-
Social Ballroom Dance Class: Mon-
days, October 13-November 3
CRXtervals: Thursday, October 16,
Studio Dance Practice: Wednesday,
October 29, 7-9pm
Salon at Sports Core: Lets Fight
Breast Cancer Together! Earn an op-
portunity to win a specially designed
gift basket valued at $200 for every
$5 donation you make to cancer re-
search. Drop-off container will be lo-
cated in the Salon throughout
Special workshops and events will
resume in September. For more in-
formation and a class schedule call
Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-2817.
Yoga Basics & More: Wednesdays,
October 8-22, 7-8:30pm, $55
Shavasana Workshop: Friday, October
17, 7-8:30pm, $25
Kohler Food & Wine Experience Meet the Chef: Rick Tramonto
The annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience brings a star-studded line-
up of culinary masters to the Forbes
Five-star The American Club resort
hotel for a multi-day celebration of
all things culinary. This year, the
event hosts a handful of celebrated
chefs including headliner Chef Rick
Tramonto as he returns to the Village
of Kohler to participate in this flavor-
ful weekend of educational seminars,
wine tastings and signature soirees on
October 23-26.
Chef Rick Tramonto, who began
his career at Wendys Old Fashioned
Hamburgers, is today an award-win-
ing chef known in the Midwest for
high profile restaurants in and near
Chicago, recognized in New Orleans
for Restaurant R'evolution and na-
tionally for television appearances on
Iron Chef America, Top Chef and Top
Chef Masters.
Tramontos respect in the culinary
world has earned him the James
Beard Award for Best Chef Midwest;
Food & Wine Magazines Best New
Chef award; two Best Wine Restau-
rant awards from Wine Enthusiast,
and many more. Tramonto is presi-
dent and culinary director of Tra-
monto Cuisine, Inc.
For eleven years, Rick Tramonto
was executive chef and founding
partner at Chicagos world-renowned
four-star fine-dining restaurant Tru,
and GAYOT Top 40 Restaurants in
the U.S., in partnership with Richard
Melman, of Lettuce Entertain You
Enterprises. Tramonto was also culi-
nary director of Tramontos Steak &
Seafood, RT Sushi Bar and Osteria di
Tramonto. In 2010, Tramonto an-
nounced his partnership with
Louisiana native Chef John Folse and
the formation of a new restaurant
company, Home on the Range. Tra-
monto and Folse opened their first
joint restaurant project Restaurant
Revolution in New Orleans
renowned French Quarter in the
Royal Sonesta Hotel in June 2012.
When he is not cooking his fa-
vorite recipes in the kitchen, he is
writing them. Tramonto is an accom-
plished author with a host of cook-
books and a memoir, Scars of a Chef.
In addition to opening restaurants
and creating cookbooks, Tramonto
has a history of media appearances
and features including articles in
USA Today, The New York Times,
Wall Street Journal, People, Gourmet,
Bon Appetit, Wine Spectator and
Conde Nast Traveler, alongside ap-
pearances on Oprah, Today, CBS
This Morning, Simply Ming and Iron
Chef America on Food Network. He
was a judge on Bravo TVs hit reality
program Top Chef. Most recently he
was a contestant on Season 2 of Top
Chef Masters.
Taste for yourself! Chef Tramonto
makes a return appearance at the an-
nual Kohler Food & Wine Experience
hosting a Stella Artois Main Stage
cooking demonstration featuring con-
temporary American cuisine on Sat-
urday, October 25 from 10-11am
($44.50). Tickets are available for
purchase online at www.Kohler- or by calling 1-
For more information on Chef Tra-
monto visit
Tramonto answers culinary-focused
questions from The Sheboygan Press:
What is your favorite fall harvest
ingredient or dish? What type of
beverage/wine do you pair with it?
Pumpkin and pumpkin risotto paired
with a great New Zealand Sauvignon
Blanc Cloudy Bay.
What is the one cooking utensil you
could not live without?
As with most chefs my chef knife.
Pretty self-explanatory!
If you had to drink only one variety
of wine for one year, what would it
Cabernet, because I LOVE big reds.
What is the most important thing
to remember when pairing food?
I think you need to have fun with it
and be able to enjoy what you drink
and enjoy what you eat without pay-
ing too much attention to what the
rules are. I have no problem drink-
ing red wine when white wine would
apply, Im a rule breaker!
What do you hope people take
away from your cooking session?
I hope people are inspired to cook
and grill steaks at home along with
the best side dishes and, of course,
friends, to make the meal complete.
You are going to be cooking in the
home of the Kohler Co., paint us a
picture of your kitchen sink.
I actually have all Kohler products in
my home. My kitchen has a deep
porcelain country-style sink and I can
fit just about anything in it, which is
very useful to a chef.
Photo - Ron Manville
Everyone loved it last year and its
back again. BEER RUN! The second
annual Beer Run/Walk will take you
on a beautiful 5K trail around Black-
wolf Run and along the Sheboygan
River. With a beer every mile and
beautiful fall foliage, you have never
had a workout like this. Participants
and guests will celebrate after the
race at The Shops at Woodlake with
live music, a costume contest, awards
presentation and beer garden.
To register for the Beer Run/Walk
and for questions about registration
or event details, contact us at 866-
462-5645 or
Harvest Beer Dinner
Whistling Straits Irish Barn
Friday, October 17, 7pm, $77.50
Five Courses, five Great Seasonal
Beers. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind family-
style meal in the Barn at Whistling
Straits while five different brewery
experts walk you through their sea-
sonal offerings. From Pumpkin to
Oktoberfest, you dont want to miss
this event. Call 800-344-3828
Packet Pick Up
Main Stage Tent
Thursday, October 17, 7-10:30pm
Pick up race registration packets,
grab a bite or a beer and listen to live
music from Peter D Amore from 7-
Kohler Festival of Beer Run/Walk
Blackwolf Run
Saturday, October 18, 8am-Noon,
$37.50, registration after Sept. 15th
Calling all beer-athletes...what could
make a refreshing trail run through
beautiful Blackwolf Run golf course
better? Beer, of course! Test your ath-
letic and drinking prowess during this
5K run with a beer at every mile. In-
cludes event shirt & goodie bag.
Goose Island Beer Garden
Main Stage
Saturday, October 18, 10am-6pm,
la Carte pricing
Grab a beer and check out the results
of the race. Enjoy brews from Goose
Island in this indoor/outdoor pub ex-
perience. Enjoy live music from a full
lineup of bands:
Strawberry Jam Band (9:30-
10:30am), Pat McCurdy (10:30-
11:30am), Strawberry Jam Band
(11:30-1pm), Lil Rev (1:30-3:30pm),
Annie B (4-6pm).
Pub Crawl
Various Locations in Kohler
Saturday, October 18, 2-5pm, $47.50
This party keeps moving. Venture
around the resort and sample a vari-
ety of beers. Games, prizes and live
music will entertain, while guests get
to try beer flights paired with a spe-
cialty dish.
Rockin Brews
Main Stage Tent at Shops at Wood-
Saturday, October 18, 8-11pm,
Celebrate Leinenkugels Wisconsin
heritage of exceptional brews with a
party at the Main stage. Several
breweries will be serving samples
and food stations will provide deli-
cious pub-style fare. Live entertain-
Kohler Festival of Beer Series: Beer Run/Walk
& Pub Crawl Weekend October 17 - 19
This delightful treat is a
dark chocolate shell filled
with a dark chocolate
ganache of strawberry puree
and aged, tart balsamic vine-
gar and airbrushed soft pin.
If youre looking for the per-
fect pairing, KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolates Chocolatier Anette
Righi DeFendi prefers Tattinger
Champagne or Schramsberg Blanc de
Blancs to help celebrate the complex
flavors and tastes.
This exquisite delicacy can
be purchased online at and
is available September 29
through October 31. A por-
tion of proceeds of each box
sold will be donated to the
American Cancer Society.
The Strawberry Balsamic
Rare Facet is only sold as a 4-piece
for $9.99, perfect for that special
someone in your life.
KOHLER Original Recipe Choco-
late signature lines are available year-
round at the Craverie Chocolatier
Caf and online at
ment will kick off the second half of
the evening. With Chasin Mason per-
forming from 9-11pm.
Ultimate Tailgate Party
Main Stage Tent
October 19, 11:30am-3pm, Admis-
sion Free, $37.50 for a wristband
Cheer for Green Bay as they take on
Carolina. Purchase a wristband, and
experience true Wisconsin tailgate
fare, specialty cocktails and beer.
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates introduces
its new Strawberry Balsamic Rare Facet in
honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month