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PGA of America Announces both
Wanamaker Club and season
grounds tickets are now sold out
Only daily tickets remain available
The PGA of America and
Kohler Co. has announced that
only daily tickets remain available
for the 2015 PGA Championship,
including limited quantities of the
popular Championship-round
daily tickets. Both Wanamaker
Club and Season Grounds Tickets
are now sold out after a sizzling
start to ticket sales for the PGA
Championships third visit to
Whistling Straits August 10-16,
2015, in Kohler, Wis.
Of special note for golf fans,
daily Championship-round tickets
sold out in advance of the 2014
PGA Championship at Valhalla
Golf Club and are expected to
again for the 2015 event. Tickets
can be purchased at
PGAChampionship.com.
Tickets for the 2015 PGA
Championship at Whistling Straits
have sold very quickly across all
categories, so for any fans who
have been waiting to purchase
tickets, now is the time, said 2015
PGA Championship Director
Jason Mengel. In addition to the
limited number of daily tickets
available, we also have only a
handful of volunteer positions re-
maining, which give golf enthusi-
asts the opportunity to have one of
the most unique experiences in
major championship golf.
The PGA Championship peren-
nially features the strongest field
and deepest international line-up
of any major golf championship. It
awards the coveted Wanamaker
Trophy to its champion.
Remaining Ticket Options
Prices for 2015 PGA Champi-
onship tickets start at $30 for a
Monday grounds ticket and
can be purchased at
PGAChampionship.com.
Individual daily grounds tickets
are available for practice rounds on
Monday ($30), Tuesday ($30) and
Wednesday ($40), and for Cham-
pionship rounds on Thursday
($90), Friday ($95), Saturday
($95) and Sunday ($95).
During the 2015 PGA Champi-
onship, complimentary grounds
access will also be available on a
daily basis for juniors (up to four
children, age 17 or younger, ac-
companied by a ticketed adult) and
select military personnel (Active,
Military Retirees, Reservists and
Civilians with Department of De-
fense ID).
Volunteer Positions Nearly
Filled
Fewer than 80 of the 2015 PGA
Championships 3,500 volunteer
positions remain available, specif-
ically in the stunning new
The Kohler Bombers girls tennis
team was well represented at the
WIAAState Championships in
Madison October 16-18. The team
enjoyed one of the most successful
seasons in the programs history.
The Bombers opened the season
by winning the eight-team Kohler
Invitational, with Audra Hoffmann
(No. 1 singles), and Emily Gues-
neau and Amelia Grose (No. 3 dou-
bles) winning their flights. The
following weekend the Bombers
achieved a milestone by defeating
both Wausau Newman and Green
Bay Notre Dame at University
School Invitational. This was the
first ever team win over each of
these schools.
The Eastern Wisconsin Confer-
ence season began with a tough 3-
4 loss to Manitowoc Roncalli, but
the Bombers cruised through the
remainder of the EWC schedule
winning by wide enough margins
to secure the teams second straight
EWC title, and the third conference
championship in four years. The
Bombers finished the regular sea-
son 13-6 in dual meets and headed
into the post season with one of the
strongest lineups in team history.
The season ended at subsection-
als for No. 3 singles Lauren Horth
(14-12), and the No. 2 doubles duo
of Frannie Hillstrom and Jamie
Lewis (13-12). Later that week the
Sectional tournament was the end
of the road for No. 4 singles Eve-
lyn Heun (13-4), and No. 3 doubles
Emily Guesneau and Amelia Grose
(22-6).
Qualifying for state at sectionals
were No. 1 singles and team Cap-
tain Audra Hoffmann, and No. 1
doubles Allie Bryce and team Cap-
tain Katie Lindow. Junior Anna
Mesalless season was on hold for
a few days before she was awarded
a special qualifier for the state tour-
nament.
Anna Mesalles made her WIAA
State debut against Appleton
Xavier junior Marissa Walsh (18-
4). Anna played a good match but
fell 1-6, 3-6 ending her season at
22-8. Junior Allie Bryce and senior
Audra Hoffmann
takes third at state
Bombers girls tennis team wraps
up most successful season in
programs history
Audra Hoffmann awarded third place medal at the Wisconsin WIAA girls tennis championship.
Continued on page 2
Work on the Kohler Civic
Clubs Veterans Memorial will be
completed on schedule and the
public is invited to a dedication
ceremony planned for Veterans
Day on Tuesday, November 11 at
11:00 a.m. at the cemetery site.
The dedication program will in-
clude performances by the Kohler
High School band, a welcome
message by Kohler Civic Club
President, Richard Balge; an invo-
cation by Rev Tom Schroeder, Pas-
tor of Grace UCC and KCC Treas-
urer; words about the memorials
design by Artist Sher Quasius; a
presentation and raising of the col-
ors by a color guard; a moment of
silence followed by Taps sounded
by Bob Hanke of Kiel; and a dedi-
cation address by Col. Robert C.
Horneck, a Kohler High School
alumnus (1983) and son of Henry
and Margy Horneck. A flag raising
ceremony will be conducted with
proper military protocol by service
folk from the area, followed by a
blessing of the memorial by Rev.
Tom Schroeder.
After the ceremony there will be
time to meet and greet both the
artist and speakers at a luncheon
served in the Village Hall.
The Kohler Civic Club invites
the public to join in the dedication
program and post ceremony recep-
tion.
Dedication ceremony for
Kohler Veterans Memorial
planned for November 11
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The Kohler Kare went on a field trip to the pumpkin farm on October 1. A fun afternoon was had by all by going on a hay
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Katie Lindow were back at State
for the second straight year and
faced Amerys Hannah Julson and
Kayla Olson (12-3). Lindow/Bryce
prevailed 6-3, 7-5 in a hard-fought
match that saw them battle back
from a 0-4 second set deficit. In
round two, Lindow/Bryce faced
Catholic Memorials Marissa
Taugher and Milly Akre (15-8).
The bombers fell by a score of
1-6,1-6 finishing their season at
15-11.
Senior Audra Hoffmann was
making her fourth straight appear-
ance at the State Tournament and
earned the No. 2 overall seed.
Hoffmann made it to the second
round her freshman and sopho-
more years before finishing on the
podium last year with a sixth place
medal. After a first round bye,
Hoffmann defeated Racine St.
Catherines Breann Thornton (7-6)
by a score of 7-5, 6-0. In round
three Hoffmann faced Appleton
Xavier junior Marissa Walsh (20-
4) and prevailed 6-1, 6-1. In her
semi-final match Hoffmann
squared off against Claire Czer-
wonka of Kenosha St. Joseph (27-
1). Hoffmann fought back from a
2-5 second set deficit to even the
match at one set apiece, but fell by
a final score of 2-6, 7-5, 2-6. In her
final high school match Hoffmann
defeated Madison Edgewoods
Maddie Molitor (21-5) by score of
6-1, 6-0 earning a third place
medal and a spot on the podium.
Nineteen girls participated in the
Bomber Tennis program this sea-
son. Sophomore Ryah Gutschow
also earned a Varsity letter playing
at the No. 4 singles spot and fin-
ished her season at 7-5. Other
members of the 2014 Bomber Ten-
nis Team include seniors Lily Hart
and Megan Conklin, junior Donna
Karri, sophomores Grace Madi-
gan, Maddie Wieland, Catherine
Sutherland, and freshman Meg
Biznek and Grace Pellegrino.
Individual awards include: Var-
sity Most Valuable Player Award
Audra Hoffmann, Varsity Most
Improved Player Award Evelyn
Heun, Varsity True Blue Spirit
Award Katie Lindow, JV Most
Valuable Player Award Megan
Conklin, JV Most Improved Player
Award Grace Pellegrino, JV True
Blue Spirit Award Grace Madi-
gan.
The Bombers are coached by
Brad Hoffmann, Juli Coffey, Ken
Stanczyk, and Marcy Stanczyk.
State Tennis, continued from page 1
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Anthony Bocchini
May 5, 1929 - October
20, 2014
Anthony Tony Fran-
cis Bocchini, 85, passed
away peacefully while
surrounded by his family
on Monday morning, Oc-
tober 20, 2014, at the Sharon S
Richardson Community Center.
Tony was born to Anthony and
Mary (Giaudrone) Bocchini on
May 5, 1929, in Bay View, Wis-
consin. He graduated from Boys
Tech in Milwaukee in 1949 and
then joined the Army in 1951.
During his Military Career, he
Graduated OCS as 2nd Lt in 1952.
He proudly served in the Korean
War from 1954 - 1956, leaving the
armed forces in 1958. Tony mar-
ried his loving wife of 63 years,
Charline Van Der Elsen, on April
21, 1951, in Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin. While raising his family, he
pursued and received his Metallur-
gical Engineering Degree from the
Milwaukee School of Engineer-
ing.
Tony worked at Wehr Steel and
Bucyrus Erie before joining the
Kohler Company in 1972.
Throughout his career he was in-
strumental in bringing new tech-
nology to the Foundry through the
Herman Line, the Osborn,
and the ATL. He was the
VP of Metals and the Gen-
eral Manager of the
Shanghai plant (which he
worked on from the
ground up) for the last 10
years of his career. After
32 years with the Kohler Co. he re-
tired after which he spent 1 year as
Acting VP of Operations for the
Kohler Canac facility in Canada.
There was no one more impor-
tant to Tony than his wife Char.
They raised 6 wonderful children
and then traveled the world to-
gether. They shared their 50th
wedding anniversary and Tony's
80th birthday with the entire fam-
ily in Las Vegas. He could never
be surrounded enough by his kids,
grandkids, great-grandkids, and
granddogs. In May he celebrated
his 85th birthday with his family
and friends at Doug and Lisa's
house in Kohler.
Tony's love for learning was ev-
idenced by his vast library and
knowledge of languages. His work
allowed him, and often times with
Char, to travel worldwide. He was
fascinated by different cultures. In
any language or country Tony was
respected and admired for embrac-
ing the people and their culture
When he spent time with some-
one, he shared with them all of his
knowledge and truly entertained
them with conversation and sto-
ries.
In addition to his wife, Char,
Tony is survived by 3 daughters,
Debi (Monte) Berget, of Arizona,
Diane Siever, of Sheboygan and
Donna (David) Krueger of Kohler;
2 sons, David (Ali) Bocchini of
Cost Rica, Doug (Lisa) Bocchini
of Kohler; 10 grandchildren,
Rachelle Siever, Matthew Siever,
Andrew Miller, Michael Krueger,
Douglas Bocchini Jr, Anthony
(AJ) Bocchini, , Dominic Boc-
chini, Nikko Valenza, Anthony
(Little Tony) Bocchini, and Lucas
Bocchini; 2 great-grandchildren,
Adrian Fale and Isabella King. He
is also survived by his brother,
Richard Bocchini of Philadelphia,
PA; his sister-in-law, Carol (Hans)
Hausmann of West Bend; and
many nieces and nephews.
Tony was preceded in death by
his father, Anthony Bocchini; his
mother, Mary C. (Giaudrone) Boc-
chini; a daughter Daryl (James)
Miller; three sisters-in-law, Joan
Bocchini, Connie Bocchini and
Elaine (Neill) Boushon; and one
brother in law, Russ Van Der
Elsen.
Wesley L Prange
March 28, 1921 - October
16, 2014
Wesley L. Prange, 93
loving husband, father,
grandfather and great-
grandfather died peace-
fully October 16, 2014 at
Pine Haven Christian Home in
Sheboygan Falls, WI. He was born
March 28, 1921 in Howards Grove
to parents Adolph and Bertha
(Fasse) Prange. He graduated in
1939 from Howards Grove High
School. He served his country in
the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946
in the European Theater during
WWII. Wesley was united in mar-
riage to Irma Widder on October 2,
1943 at St. Pauls Lutheran Church
in Sheboygan Falls. He retired as
a manufacturing engineer after
working 39 years at the Vollrath
Company. Wesley was a charter
member of the Society Manufac-
turing Engineers since 1974.
Wesley was Town of Herman
Supervisor 1960-1964, Kohler Vil-
lage Trustee 1971-75 and Village
President 1975-1985. Sheboygan
County Supervisor from 1986-
1994 and Kohler Village Planning
Commission 1998-2006. He was
also a charter member of Howards
Grove VFW Post 9924 since 1947,
Kohler Police and Athletic Associ-
ation since 1972. Wesley was a
Kohler Kiwanis Club member, and
Bethany Lutheran Church, Kohler
member, serving as Elder and
President.
Wesley is survived by his
wife of 71 years; Irma,
five children; Barbara
(Tom) Brenkus, of Green
Bay, David (Sue) Prange
of Sheboygan, Richard
(Rachel) Prange of
Georgetown, TX, Jeffrey
(Donna) Prange of Cecil, WI and
Paul (Sophie) Prange, of
Wauwatosa, WI; fourteen grand-
children; twenty great-grandchil-
dren; two
great-great-grandchildren. Also
survived by one brother; Norbert
Prange of Howards Grove, three
sister-in-laws; Mary (Bill) Poland
of Germantown, WI, Audrey Wid-
der, of Sheboygan Falls, Margaret
Widder of Sheboygan Falls, and
one brother-in-law; Leonard
(Gerri) Widder of Sheboygan
Falls. Preceded in death by his par-
ents, sisters; Olinda (Norbert)
Schomberg and Avila (Wilbert)
Lenz, brother; Gaylord Rose)
Prange Sr., sister-in-laws; Marion
Prange, Elda (Melvin) Kalk,
Norma (Delbert) Klemme, Adeline
(Donald) Lorenz, Violet (George)
TerMaat, brother-in-laws; Freder-
ick, Willard and Roland (Clara)
Widder.
A special thanks to the staff at
Pine Haven, Sharon S. Richardson
Hospice and special friend
Leonard Hucke for their care and
support. Memorials are appreci-
ated to Bethany Lutheran Church
Building Fund or the Kohler High
School Foundation.
Two notable long-time Kohler residents pass
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On Friday, September
19, 2014, Kohler Freshmen
Grace Nugent and Kaleigh
Roeder held their second
Make A Break For Mans
Best Friend fundraiser,
with the proceeds going to
the Sheboygan Humane
Society. In 2012, they or-
ganized a 1-mile dog walk
and raised $600. This year,
they decided to add a brat
fry and bake sale, and were
extremely happy to raise
over $1,100!
The organizers would
like to thank all who
pawticipated!
Kohler freshmen raise
$1,100 for Human Society
General
election
coming up
November 4
The General Election will be
held Tuesday, November 4 in the
Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler
Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive,
from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Voters
must have lived in the Village of
Kohler for 28 days to vote in the
Village of Kohler.
Voter ID will not be required, but
first-time voters must register be-
fore voting. Voter registration is
available online at myvote.wi.gov
or in the Clerk/Treasurers office at
the Village Hall through October
31, or at the polls on Election Day.
Proof of residency will be re-
quired. Some acceptable forms for
proof of residency include current
and valid WI driver license or WI
identification card; official identi-
fication card/license issued by a
WI governmental body; real estate
tax bill/receipt for current year or
year preceding the date of the
Election; residential lease effective
for a period that includes election
day; university/college/technical
institute ID card (must include
photo, along with a fee receipt
dated within the last 9 months);
utility bill for the period commenc-
ing not earlier than 90 days before
election day; bank statement; pay-
check; check or other document is-
sued by a unit of government.
SAMPLE BALLOT
GOVERNOR/LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR - VOTE FOR ONE
MARY BURKE/JOHN LEHMAN (Democratic)
SCOTT WALKER/REBECCA KLEEFISCH (Republican)
DENNIS FEHR/No Candidate (Peoples Party)
ROBERT BURKE/JOSEPH M. BROST (Libertarian)
ATTORNEY GENERAL - VOTE FOR ONE
SUSAN V. HAPP (Democratic)
BRAD SCHIMEL (Republican)
THOMAS A. NELSON, SR. (Libertarian)
SECRETARY OF STATE - VOTE FOR ONE
DOUG LA FOLLETTE (Democratic)
JULIAN BRADLEY (Republican)
JERRY BROITZMAN (Constitution)
ANDY CRAIG (Libertarian)
STATE TREASURER - VOTE FOR ONE
DAVID L. SARTORI (Democratic)
MATT ADAMCZYK (Republican)
ANDREW ZUELKE (Constitution)
RON HARDY (Wisconsin Green Party)
JERRY SHIDELL (Libertarian)
CONGRESSIONAL - DISTRICT 6 - VOTE FOR ONE
MARK L. HARRIS (Democratic)
GLENN GROTHMAN (Republican)
GUS FAHRENDORF (Libertarian)
STATE SENATE - DISTRICT 9 - VOTE FOR ONE
MARTHA LANING (Democratic)
DEVIN LEMAHIEU (Republican)
ASSEMBLY - DISTRICT 27 - VOTE FOR ONE
SCOTT GROVER HEINIG (Democratic)
TYLER VORPAGEL (Republican)
Sheriff (CO60) - VOTE FOR ONE
TODD PRIEBE (Republican)
Clerk of Circuit Court (CO60) - VOTE FOR ONE
CHRISTINE KOENIG (Democratic)
MELODY LORGE (Independent)
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QUESTION 1: "Creation of a Transportation Fund. Shall sec-
tion 9 (2) of article IV and section 11 of article VIII of the constitution be
created to require that revenues generated by use of the state trans-
portation system be deposited into a transportation fund administered
by a department of transportation for the exclusive purpose of funding
Wisconsins transportation systems and to prohibit any transfers or
lapses from this fund? YES ___ NO ____
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By Stacy Stanley, K-6 Art
Teacher
Earlier this month fifth grade
art students had the opportunity
to work with artist Kevin Samp-
son at the John Michael Kohler
Art Center. Students were able
to view his assemblages and
work directly with the artist.
After touring the gallery stu-
dents used found objects to cre-
ate unique wooden boats. We
would like to thank the John
Michael Kohler Art Center for a
one-of-a-kind opportunity.
Fifth grade art field trip
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NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
School District of Kohler
April 7, 2015
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election to be held in the
School District of Kohler on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, the following
offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed.
The term of office for school board members is three years begin-
ning on Monday, April 27, 2015.
OFFICE INCUMBENT
Kohler School Board Member Nancy Case
Diane Kelly
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration
Statement and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later
than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, in the Kohler School
District office located at 333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, be-
tween the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Monday through Fri-
day, mailed to the address noted above or filed personally with the
school district clerk, Nancy Case or school district deputy clerk,
Ms. Quynh Trueblood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the
primary will be held on Tuesday, February 17, 2015.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from
the school district office.
Given under my hand, on 1 November, 2014.
___________________________
Nancy Case
School District of Kohler Clerk
/paba
A joint high school presentation
of 25th Annual Putnam County
Spelling Bee will be held at Kohler
Memorial Theatre performed by
Kohler and Howards Grove high
schools on November 6, 7, and 8
at 7:00 p.m., and November 9 at
2:00 p.m.
A hilarious tale of awkward high
school-aged overachievers, their
hopes, their dreams, and their
angst as they compete for a slot in
the National Spelling Bee. Over-
seen by adults still stuck in adoles-
cence themselves, they sing their
stories, utilize unique spelling
techniques and learn that losing
doesnt necessarily make you a
loser.
Advance tickets are available at
the school offices for $6.00 or
$8.00 at the door.
Directed by Jamie Jeanty and
co-directed by Travis Knier. Based
on a book by Rachel Sheinkin and
conceived by Rebecca Redman,
with a score by William Finn.
Kohler, Howards Grove
high school thespians
present 25th Annual
Putnam County
Spelling Bee
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THE
VILLAGE VIEW
FROM CLERK/
TREASURER
LAURIE LINDOW
Village Meetings Scheduled for
November
11/3 Property Committee 4:30 pm
11/3 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
11/10 Village Board 5:30 pm
11/12 Library Board
(Library) 12:30 pm
11/20 Planning Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless
otherwise indicated.
General Election
The General Election will be held
Tuesday, November 4. The polling
place is located in the Kirkpatrick Cen-
ter at the Kohler Village 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.
Voter Registration
Not sure if youre registered to vote?
Has your address changed since you
last voted? Check out My Vote WI on-
line at http://myvote.wi.gov. This site
allows you to: search by name to see if
you are registered to vote; update your
voter registration information; view a
sample ballot; check your voting his-
tory; and more. There are also answers
to commonly asked questions regard-
ing voting in Wisconsin.
If you are not registered to vote in the
Village, voter registration is available
in the Clerk/Treasurers Office through
October 31 or at the polls on Election
Day. Also, you will need to show Proof
of Residency. Some acceptable forms
for Proof of Residency include: current
& valid WI driver license or WI identi-
fication card; official identification
card/license issued by a WI govern-
mental body; real estate tax bill/receipt
for current year or year preceding the
date of the Election; residential lease
effective for a period that includes
Election Day; university/college/tech-
nical institute ID card, must include
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 govern-
ment.
Nomination Papers for Spring
Election
Monday, December 1, 2014, is the first
day to circulate nomination papers for
the 2015 Spring Election. Nomination
papers are available at the Village Of-
fices during regular business hours or
on-line at www.gab.wi.gov. The due
date for filing nomination papers is
Tuesday, January 6, 2015, at 5:00 pm.
All terms begin on April 21, 2015, and
are for two years. The following of-
fices are to be elected to succeed the
present incumbents listed:
Village President Thomas Schnettler
Village Trustee Charles Keller
Village Trustee Bill Kunst
Village Trustee Brian Post
If you have any questions regarding
nomination papers, please contact the
Village Clerk-Treasurers Office, 920-
459-3873. The Spring Primary, if
needed, will be held on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 17, 2015, and the Spring Election
will be held on Tuesday, April 7, 2015.
Village Office Hours
The Village Office will be closed
Thursday, November 27 and Friday
November 28. Regular office hours are
MondayFriday, 7:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.
FROM POLICE CHIEF
BILL RUTTEN
Drug Disposal Box
As of this writing, the Kohler Police
Departments drug disposal box in its
lobby is locked. The Sheboygan
County Planning Department provided
our department a secure drop box to
collect any drugs that needed to be dis-
posed of several years ago. The pro-
gram was instituted to help keep drugs
from reaching landfills or being
flushed into the water system. At this
time, the grant money for this project is
no longer available. Due to regulations
our local garbage collectors cant ac-
cept anything that is not an over the
counter medication, and the Village
would be held responsible to have
someone qualified to sort all the med-
ication dropped in the box. Therefore,
we will not be accepting any drugs
until further notice. Hopefully we will
find a solution and be able to accept
drugs to be disposed of again soon.
Gunlocks
With gun deer hunting season right
around the corner, the Kohler Police
Department is reminding all those with
firearms to use caution when handling
firearms. Also, the Kohler Police De-
partment continues to supply Master-
lock trigger locks for all residents that
want one. One free gunlock can be ob-
tained from the police department just
by stopping in. For those who have al-
ready obtained one in 2014, another
can be obtained starting in 2015. In ad-
dition to the Masterlock trigger locks
provided by the Kohler Police Depart-
ment, a federal program, Project Child-
safe continues to have locks available
at the police department, while sup-
plies last. These locks are the cable
lock variety and anyone may request
up to three of those for their guns too.
FROM PUBLIC WORKS
SUPERINTENDENT
BRUCE NEERHOF
Leaf Collection
Leaf collection will continue through
December 1
st
. Leaves should be raked
into the street along the curb in a three-
foot (3) wide row. No grass clippings,
sticks, or other garden debris is al-
lowed. The Public Works Department
follows a schedule for leaf collection.
The collection starts on the south end
of the Village where the trees are more
mature and produce more leaves. The
route continues to the west and north
sections of the Village. During the last
part of October and early part of No-
vember 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
November 4, yard waste may be put
into additional containers after the cart
is full for these two special pickup
weeks.
FROM RECREATION
DIRECTOR
DOUG BOCCHINI
Youth Center Employee
The Kohler Youth Center is looking for
an experienced adult who enjoys being
around students, willing to work ap-
proximately 12-15 hours per week.
Qualified applicants should have expe-
rience in an educational setting, attend
to details, possess a team orientation,
and exhibit strong interpersonal skill
sets. For more information contact
Doug Bocchini at
bocchinid@kohler.k12.wi.us 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
VILLAGE BOARD
The Village Board approved the fol-
lowing items during their September
8
th
meeting:
Operators licenses as presented.
Class B beer & liquor license for Buf-
falo Wild Wings.
Health insurance renewal at 10/1/14 as
proposed with United Healthcare.
New hires for Youth Center as pre-
sented.
Wage increase of $3.00 for adult
swimnastics instructor.
July 2014 Revenue & Expense Reports
and bank reconciliation.
Proposal from AECOM of $4,100 to
provide estimates on 2015 street proj-
ects.
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler,
President
Brett Edgerle
Charles Keller
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian Post
Sue Jaberg
Clerk-Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini
Aquatics Director
Jen Vallo
Librarian
Erin Coppersmith
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Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:10 p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Nancy
Case called roll. The following board mem-
bers were present: Marlene Yang, and Matt
Kautzer. Christina Koberstein, Diane Kelly and
Nancy Case.
Statement of Public Notice
September 5, 2014
Approval of Agenda
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the agenda.
Christina Koberstein seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Persons Addressing Members of the Board
of Education
Alyca Arentsen addressed the board regarding
the library media specialist position. Kristen
Morehouse addressed the board regarding the
open enrollment policy.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
The committee of the whole meeting will take
place on Thursday, September 11 not Sep-
tember 22.
The fall regional meeting at the Milhomme
Supper club will take place on October 8,
2014. Workshops will be conducted this year.
The legislative breakfast held at Plymouth High
School will be on September 15.
Marlene recognized the efforts of all those
who partook in the Kohlers Got Talent Show
and to all those people who volunteer their
time and efforts towards these types of activ-
ities. The school board appreciates and val-
ues their contributions.
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
Our school community welcomed students
and families to a new year of learning and
growth. Efforts in preparation and attention to
caring and positive interactions made possible
a great first week.
Pre-session keyed our community to the
power of our interactions toward a strength-
ening climate and culture in service to stu-
dents. Reconnecting with each other and our
collective mission was an energizing experi-
ence.
The traffic pattern before and after school is
alleviated from last year. Contributing to the
assurance of physical safety are students bik-
ing and walking to school, families following
traffic rules, and an improved orderly system
at the elementary school. Equally important
is the careful monitoring of student perform-
ance as a result of an earlier start time for
middle and high school students. Our collec-
tive commitment is making a difference.
Bomber Pride launched in our schools with
presentations, matrices and Bomber
Bucks. Bomber Pride is an essential compo-
nent of the districts multilevel system of sup-
port focusing on the behavior side of student
achievement. The framework is based on
teaching, acknowledging, and reinforcing pos-
itive behaviors through an evidenced-based
system of data collection and responsiveness.
The second annual Whos Got Talent? organ-
ized by the Performing Art Organization was
a night of entertainment and fine arts celebra-
tion. The audience laughed, cheered, and
voted for fan favorites while the judges had the
most difficult of jobs. I thank the tireless ef-
forts the PAO Executive Board, Music Direc-
tors, families, and students who put together
a night to remember in continued support for
our music students.
We look forward to a special recognition cer-
emony at the Ebben Field Celebration for
supporters of the improvement project known
as Ebben Field Phase II. The event will take
place on Friday September 19 at the home
football game.
We also welcome the community to our open
house on Monday, September 22, showcas-
ing our National Blue Ribbon teachers, learn-
ing environments, facility.
Principals Report (Lori Neurohr)
Elementary News
We had a wonderful start to our school
year. The highlight of the week was our PBIS
(Positive Behavioral Interventions and Sup-
port) kickoff on Wednesday. Students started
the morning with an all school assembly in the
gymnasium and then went through stations all
morning learning about our behavior expecta-
tions around the school. The areas we fo-
cused on were: hallways, cafeteria,
playground, bathrooms, the bus and arrival
and dismissal. Our school is focusing on hall-
way and cafeteria behavior right now and re-
warding with a Bomber Buck if they are
making great choices. Students will be ran-
domly selected each week to receive a
prize. Throughout the year, we will be having
monthly school-wide assemblies to celebrate
our success and learn about new behavior ex-
pectations.
Middle School News
The middle school also kicked off PBIS this
past week and are focusing on their hallway
and cafeteria behaviors as well. The entire
middle school continued their annual tradition
of taking a field trip to Kohler Andrae. This trip
is all about building a community through ad-
visory groups. Students participated in events
such as The Nosy Cheerleader, Human Bingo,
Human Machine, a Scavenger Hunt, Cross the
River, Hold the Rope Relay, Academic Relay
and Tower Building. Many of these activities
are from TRIBES. TRIBES Learning Com-
munities is a research-based process that cre-
ates a culture that maximizes learning and
human development. Beyond lesson plans,
bully proofing, conflict management, disci-
pline and academic achievement, TRIBES of-
fers collaborative skills, community
agreements, meaningful participation, strate-
gies for integrating curriculum, and profes-
sional development, and leadership.
National Board Certification Honorarium for
Dana Krejcarek
PerReview of District Finances
The finance committee continues to refine the
budget for the 2014-2015 school year. The
annual meeting and budget hearing will be Oc-
tober 27, 2014.
Consent Agenda
Approval of August 21, 2014 Regular Board
Minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
Recommendation to the full board to approve
all expenditures not to exceed the total amount
of committed funds for the Ebben Field Phase
II project
Recommendation to the full board to approve
the salary adjustment for the 2014-2015
school year
Matt Kautzer moved to approve the consent
agenda. Christina Koberstein seconded. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Appointment of policy ad hoc committee
members
Christina Koberstein moved to approve the
formation of the policy ad hoc committee with
Nancy Case and Diane Kelly as its members.
Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Approve the salary adjustment for the 2014-
2015 school year
Diane Kelly moved to approve the salary ad-
justment for the teachers and support staff.
Nancy Case seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Accept the resignation of Bethany Lambie,
Reading/Math Intervention Specialist
Nancy Case moved to accept the resignation
of Bethany Lambie. Christina Koberstein sec-
onded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Laurel Turner, Read-
ing/Math Interventionist
Christina Koberstein moved to hire Laurel
Turner as the reading/math interventionist.
Nancy Case seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Theresa Theune, 50%
EL/MS/SE administrative assistant
Matt Kautzer moved to hire Theresa Theune
as the 50% administrative assistant. Diane
Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
carried.
Adjournment
Christina Koberstein moved to adjourn the
board meeting. Matt Kautzer seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried. The meet-
ing adjourned at 7:55 pm.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes September 8, 2014
North
Pole
Countdown
Were countin down Santas Top hits of the holiday
season and the suspense is building..
What will be the No. 1 song at the
North Poles Christmas show?
Join the party on
Friday, December 19th at 2:00 p.m.
in the Kohler Memorial Theatre to nd out!
This science enrichment program allows
students to participate in a community serv-
ice project and also encourages them to use
some of their biology and chemistry skills.
The students will be actively involved in
collecting, analyzing, and interpreting biol-
ogy and chemistry data related to the water
quality of the Sheboygan River.
The Kohler group is responsible for test-
ing the river near Black Wolf Run Golf
Course. Some of the tests include dis-
solved oxygen, biological oxygen demand,
pH, temperature, total phosphates, nitrates,
turbidity, total solids, fecal coliform, and
macroinvertebrates. The water test results
are sent to the Great Lakes Area of Concern
Program, the UW-Sheboygan Water Qual-
ity Extension, and to the Department of
Natural Resources.
Other Sheboygan County schools test
different parts of the river, and all of the re-
sults are shared at a forum in the spring.
Along with presenting the data, students
suggest explanations for their findings, and
work together to explore possible action
plans that might have a positive impact on
the areas land conservation and the envi-
ronment. Students attend sessions where
water quality experts provide needed infor-
mation. Students involved in the program
are currently taking honors physics, ad-
vanced biology, and/or honors chemistry.
Ms. Krejcarek is the science teacher lead-
ing this group.
Seniors: Marisa Adams, Emily Boland,
Andrew Bryce, Megan Conklin, Lily Hart,
Audra Hoffman, Aidan Hogan, Kaleigh
Kraft, Annika Lee, Katie Lindow,
Ben Madigan, Sujeeth Ramagoni, Katie
Ruelle, Connor Sbrocco, Joe Schmitt, Han-
nah Smith, Sarah Sutherland, John Ten-
gowski
Juniors: Hank Biznek, Allie Bryce, Abby
Cieszynski, Amanda Egbert, Brett Friske,
Amelia Grose, Emily Guesneau, Izzy
Heins, Emma Herold, Dennis Kanz, Lauren
Kelm, Hunter Lewinski, Sam Maass, Anna
Mesalles, Jamie Pagelow, Larissa Paseta,
Sam Pfrang, Megan Rezelmann, Jenny
Rutten, Donna Sarkar, Tyler Tuttle
Sophomores: Archie Brohn, Zac Hoell,
Sam Kohler, Nathan Wanoriek
HS students participate in 2014
water testing program
Kohler fifth grade students, Mrs. Bitter
and Mr. Du Mez would like to thank the fol-
lowing individuals and organizations for
their generous contributions toward their
trip to Trees For Tomorrow environmental
school in Eagle River. Thanks to Patricia
and Michael Brotz, Mel and Lori Free,
Doris Herbst, Kathleen Blaser, Manitou
Council 5th and 6th grade troop, and the
Sheboygan Conservation Club. Without
your sponsorship for this educational expe-
rience, we could not afford to attend.
Fifth graders thank Trees for
Tomorrow donors
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT KOHLER
SCHOOL FRIENDS BY DONATING
BAKED GOODS!
Kohler School Friends is in need of donated cakes, pies,
muffins, breads, cookies, brownies, cut bars,
snack mixes to be sold during the
Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Saturday, November 22
Drop off donations in the gym lobby on
Friday, November 21, 7:45 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
or Saturday, November 22, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Creative packaging is greatly appreciated, but not necessary
Questions??? Contact: Jennifer Roeber 467-0623
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Soccer
Kohler soccer fans
bundled up and headed
for Ebben Field to watch
the Kohler High School
Soccer team take on She-
boygan Falls for its an-
nual Soccer under the
Lights game on Saturday,
October 4.
Spectators were also
treated to a kids scrim-
mage at halftime.
Kohler defeated She-
boygan Falls 7 to 2 as
Charlie Kelly scored
twice for Kohler. Ben
Madigan, Ian Ruminski,
Anthony Krier, Connor
Sbrocco and Henry O-
Donnell also scored for
the Blue Bombers. Sam
Wenberg, Sbrocco and
Madigan all had assists.
Celebrated annually on October
23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m.,
Mole Day commemorates Avo-
gadros number (6.02 x 10^23),
which is a basic measuring unit in
chemistry. Mole Day was created
as a way to foster interest in chem-
istry. Schools throughout the
United States and around the
world celebrate Mole Day with
various activities related to chem-
istry and/or moles.
The KHS chemistry students
celebrated National Mole day on
Thursday, Oct. 23 by singing mole
day songs, dressing in their origi-
nally designed mole day cos-
tumes, eating molasses cookies
(students were asked to convert
the metric units for the ingredients
into baking or English system
units) and enjoying a mole day
treat bag filled with fun gifts.
It was an exciting day in Chem-
istry!
Staff members helped
judge the Mole Day
Costumes for design,
creativity, and thematic
application. The 2014
Mole Day theme was
Mole-OWeen
We ask parents to discuss
this issue with their child now
before the actual emergency
occurs. If you are generally
not home during the day, be
sure your child knows where
he/she is to go if school closes
early. Will he/she go home
with a classmate, an older sib-
ling, or a relative? Have you
made prior arrangements with
this individual to be on stand
by for these occasions?
Please make your arrange-
ments in advance and make
sure your child is fully aware
of what to do in case school
closes early.
Any decision to close school
for all or any portion of a
school day will be made as
early as possible in order to af-
ford parents the opportunity to
make alternate child care
plans. All closing announce-
ments or early dismissals will
be made on the Kohler School
web site www.kohlerpublic-
schools.org and the following
area radio/television stations:
Procedures for school closings
due to inclement weather
Radio
WHBL (1330 AM),
THE POINT (104.5 OR 96.1 FM),
WSTM (91.3 FM)
WLKN Lake (98.1 FM)
WTMJ (620 AM) & WKTI (94.5 FM)
TV
WTMJ-NBC
WFRV-CBS
WISN-ABC
WITI - FOX6
WLUK-FOX 11
WMLW-CBS 58
THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS
Students commemorate
6.02 x 10^23
Kohler Elementary School par-
ticipated in the National Walk or
Ride Your Bike To School day on
Wednesday, October 8th. The
students were greeted by Mrs,
Neurohr, Kohler's Elementary
and Middle School Principal, and
Bomber the Dog. There was
music playing and stickers &
drinks available. This day is cel-
ebrated Nationwide to promote
the many benefits of safely walk-
ing and bicycling to school. We
highlighted the facts that our
community values most, like: its
fun, its healthy, it promotes
safety, it contributes to a cleaner
environment, it builds commu-
Students participate in
National Walk or Ride Your
Bike To School day
nity connections, and it can help re-
duce traffic congestion by getting
cars off the road.
under
the lights
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Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
& Kindergarten classes
(Before and afer school care available)
Montessori certed & early childhood educated teachers
Montessori Childrens
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grades 1-6 now available!
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Its Time to SPArkle for the Holidays!
Mondays-Fridays, October 27-December 5, enjoy $50
off* all 50 and 80 minute Kohler Waters Spa services.
Its the perfect time to relax and get away before the
holiday rush with a facial, massage or body treatment
at the Midwests only five star spa! Enjoy all spa
amenities including relaxation pool with waterfall,
mens and womens respite rooms with steam, sauna,
cool plunge and whirlpool, rooftop deck with co-ed
whirlpool and fireplace, fitness room and more. *Offer
valid Mondays through Fridays only. Manicures, pedi-
cures, hair, makeup and waxing services are 20% off.
For new appointments only. Not valid with other dis-
counts or promotions. Some restrictions and usage
fees may apply. Call 800-344-2838 for appointments
and mention the SPArkle promotion.
The End Zone with Antonio Freeman
Monday nights, 67pm
Horse & Plow
Join us every Monday night at the Horse & Plow dur-
ing football season, and be part of a live broadcast of
The End Zone with Antonio Freeman. This new radio
show from ESPN Wisconsin features hosts Alex
Petakas and former Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame
wide receiver Antonio Freeman. Each week they will
be joined by a special guest to analyze the previous
weeks game and take questions from fans. Fans may
watch the show live at the Horse & Plow, or listen via
540 ESPN in Milwaukee, 100.5 ESPN Madison, online
at ESPNWisconsin.com or via the free ESPN Radio
app. The End Zone with Antonio Freeman is open to
the public, and free for fans who wish to sit in the gen-
eral seating areas of Horse & Plow. VIP seating in the
lower level of the bar is available, but has a minimum
food and beverage spend.
Tubs & Treats
Nov. 1, 1-4 p.m., Complimentary
Kohler Design Center
Bring your family to our free Halloween celebration
and enjoy trick-or-treating, seasonal crafts, games,
Elementastic science experiments, cookie decorating
and the Balloon Lady. Costume judging begins at 2:30
p.m.
Oyster Night
November 1
Cucina Restaurant
Taste a variety of oysters from all along the East and
West Coasts of the United States. Chef Trent Hazel-
berg of Cucina will explain the different types of oys-
ters and will be available to answer any questions.
Dozen oyster $35.00. For more information call
920-452-3888.
Kohler Cinema Night Hocus Pocus
November 1st, 5:30pm / Doors open at 5pm, $4 per
person
Appley Theater
Concessions will be available. Children under the age
of 13 should be accompanied by an adult.
A Wine and Spirited Celebration
November 13-16
Woodlake Market
Unbelievable specials on wine, spirits and beer to get
you ready for the holiday season! Enjoy samples
Thursday, November 13 through Saturday November
15. Times and samples will vary by day. See in-store
ad for details. 920.457.6570
Ladies Night Out
November 13, 5-8pm
The Shops at Woodlake
Grab your girlfriends and join us for a fabulous night
out. Start your evening at Woodlake Market to enter
the raffle and to learn what each shop has to offer!
Find special promotions, events and holiday tastings
throughout The Shops at Woodlake. Enjoy a wonder-
ful evening of friends, food and holiday cheer! Please
call 920-459-1713 for more information.
Ladies Night Out Specials
November 13, 5-8pm
Craverie & Cucina
Enjoy a featured beverage of Hot Chocolate & Bai-
leys, 10% off Retail items and Craverie Terrapin Sig-
nature Cookie Sampling at Craverie. Stop at Cucina
Bar for Complimentary Italian Wine & Olive Oil Tast-
ings.
Woodlake Market Holiday Tasting Table
November 14, 11am-6pm;
November 15 11am-5pm
Woodlake Market
Enjoy holiday sampling and demonstrations from
Woodlake Market and the Kitchens of Kohler. Lots of
great specials including discounts for preorders in se-
lected departments.
920.457.6570
Kids Cooking Class
November 15, 10am-Noon, $20
Blackwolf Run
Cooking class for kids ages 10-13. Call 800-344-2838
for more information and to register.
Wisconsin Holiday Market
November 21 23
The American Club Conference Level
Delight in the Holiday Tradition of the 34th annual Hol-
iday Market. Browse and shop vendors from across
the Midwest as they present Holiday decorations,
clothing and accessories for women and children,
handmade wooden toys, sweets, other food items,
and serving ware. This event offers wonderful decora-
tions for your home as well as wonderful gifts to make
the holidays special.
Hours
Friday, November 21: 9am 6pm
Saturday, November 22: 9am 5pm
Sunday, November 23: 9am 3pm
Admission
$6 for 12 an over, $1 under 12, Admission is a one-
time charge for the entire weekend
Transportation
The American Club will offer free transportation from
The Shops at Woodlake to The American Club and to
the Kohler Schools on Saturday.
Holiday Market Luncheon Buffet
November 21 and 22, 11am-2pm
The Wisconsin Room
$17.95, plus tax and gratuity
End of Season Golf Sale
November 21 from 10am-8pm;
November 22 from 8am-4pm
Blackwolf Run Wolf Pack/Bear Clan Room
Save 20-80% off on Blackwolf Run and Whistling
Straits logoed merchandise. Receive a $5 Blackwolf
Run/Whistling Straits voucher for every $50 purchase.
920-803-3016
Thanksgiving Dining at Destination Kohler
Thursday, November 27
Blackwolf Run
11am-5pm Thanksgiving Buffet
$36 Adults, $16 Children 4-12 years, under 4 years
free
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes Grand Harvest
Buffet
11am - 5pm $49 Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years,
under 4 years free; plus tax and gratuity
Horse & Plow
11am-4pm Lunch 4-10pm Dinner
The Immigrant
4-8 pm Thanksgiving Day Chefs Tasting Menu - A la
carte menu also available
Served on Thanksgiving Day, Friday, 11/28 and Satur-
day, 11/29
$85 Tasting Menu, $145 with Standard Wine Pairing,
plus tax and gratuity
The Wisconsin Room
7-11am Breakfast Buffet with Omelet Station and
Menu
1-6pm Thanksgiving Day Buffet
$52 Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years, under 4 years
free, plus tax and gratuity
9th Annual Set the Season Aglow
November 28, 10am-6pm
The Shops at Woodlake
Make the season bright with a dazzling tree-lighting at
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Join us for a magical
day sure to delight young and old. See live reindeer,
visit with Santa, horse-drawn wagon rides, holiday
tastings at Woodlake Market and the lighting of a
spectacular holiday tree. Special in-store events and
promotions are featured throughout the day. For more
information call 920-459-1713.
Schedule:
10am-6pm Shops at Woodlake Kohler Holiday Cus-
tomer Service Center opens for the season. Compli-
mentary gift wrapping for all your Shops at Woodlake
Kohler purchases.
1-5pm Visit with Santa at Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
2-6pm Complimentary horse-drawn carriage rides at
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
5:30pm Tree lighting program
Tree Lighting Ceremony Specials
November 28
Craverie - All Day Events. Adult Hot Chocolate or Cof-
fee with Baileys. Adult Coffee with Baileys. Holiday
Cookies Buy 1 get 1 Free.
Cucina - Free kids Holiday Pasta with any entre
salad, pasta, pizza or wood-fired grill.
Movers & Shakers Specials
November 28 - December 24
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Skip the hustle and bustle of big-box stores, and find
all your childs favorites at Movers & Shakers Kids
Toys. More than a toy store, this unique shop is an ex-
perience. Guests are greeted with a fairy-tale environ-
ment complete with exciting toys, books, fun games
and much more.
Visit with Santa Friday, Nov 28 1-5pm and Satur-
days, Nov 29 through Dec 20 1-3pm
Toys for Tots Bring a new, unwrapped toy for our
Toys for Tots collection box
November 28 December 19
Letters to Santa Kids can post their holiday wish
lists to the North Pole in our Santa mailbox Novem-
ber 28 December 24
Gift Wrapping Center
November 28 - December 24, 2014
The Shops at Woodlake
Make whats under your tree beautiful with compli-
mentary gift wrapping. Bring your Shops at Woodlake
Kohler purchases to The Shops at Woodlake Cus-
tomer Service Center, and our team will put the final
touches on your special finds. Hours:
Monday Saturday 11am-6pm, Sundays 11am-5pm,
Christmas Eve 10am-4pm
A Spaliday Celebration
December 8
Kohler Waters Spa
Join us December 8 for our annual Spaliday Celebra-
tion as the holiday spirit comes alive in the relaxing at-
mosphere of Kohler Waters Spa in Kohler. Mingle with
spa industry experts and representatives; learn tips,
tricks and techniques; enjoy one-night-only savings on
holiday gift sets and signature products; and taste a
variety of delicious hors doeuvres and refreshments.
A portion of the proceeds with be donated to Safe Har-
bor of Sheboygan. Two sessions will be offered this
year from 4-6pm and 6-8pm. Tickets cost $20. Regis-
tration begins at 3:30pm and 5:30pm for each ses-
sion. Purchase your tickets online today for this
amazing event at KohlerAtHome.com.
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS, EVENTS & CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to regis-
ter call Sports Core at 920-457-4444 or online at
sports-core.com for more information.
Session II Tennis Enrollment Begins, Monday,
November 3
TRX Training Fall Session II Begins the week of
November 10
Kids Night Out - Friday, November 14 from 5-9pm
Kids Motion - Saturday, November 15 from 9-10am
Cha Cha Cha Dance Class - Mondays, November
10-December 1 from 7-8pm
CRXtervals - Thursday, November 20 from 5:45-7pm
Studio Dance Practice - Wednesday, November 26
from 7-9pm
Health for the Holidays Open House - Sunday,
November 16 from 1-3pm
Inquire about the Gift of Health Promotion featur-
ing special offers for members and new members.
Available November 16 December 20.
Salon at Sports Core Special Offer: Introducing
Nourishment for your tired feet!
Select your scent and relax during your SOY DELI-
CIOUS PEDICURE! This hot oil treatment for toes and
cuticles will help combat the dry fall and winter envi-
ronment. Hand-poured candles are filled with rich
aroma from fragrant oils. This frangrance will entice
your senses, as the soy oil moisturizes and nourishes
your feet. 50-Minute Session includes candle. $65
YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS AND CLASSES
Special workshops and events will resume in
September. For more information and a class
schedule call Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-2817.
Yoga Playshop - Wednesday, November 12
from 7-9pm - $30
Story-Asana - Friday, November 21 from
7-8:30pm - $25
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates debuts new Holiday collection
Four Signature Caramel Chocolates Celebrate the Festive Flavors of the Season
Kohler Co. is delighted to announce
the new line of Holiday Caramels, of-
fered in four varieties: Sea Salt
Caramel, Golden Caramel, Ginger
Snap Caramel and Almond Green
Caramel. Each decadent flavor, made
from KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates caramel covered in a
creamy chocolate shell, is inspired by
the nostalgic winter traditions, tastes
and smells of Wisconsin.
Growing up in the Midwest, I've
learned that true holiday traditions will
carry on from generation to generation
many of which include food and
drink, said Kohler Original Recipe
Chocolates Chocolatier, Anette Righi
DeFendi. My fondest seasonal mem-
ory is watching my grandparents and
parents enjoy dessert cocktails made
with Amaretto liquor paired with our
familys homemade Italian Pizzelle
waffle cookies. This sweet pairing cel-
ebrates the warming flavors of al-
mond, which I've recreated in the
Almond Green Caramel.
Each artistic chocolate is airbrushed
with seasonal hues of silver, gold, red
and green creating a festive shimmer-
ing sheen to mimic the flow of poured
caramel.
Silver: Sea Salt Caramel is a dark
smoky caramel infused with a light
taste of sea salt
Gold: Traditional and savory Golden
Caramel with a hint of brown sugar
Red: Ginger Snap Caramel in a dark
chocolate shell filled full of soft notes
of molasses to resemble a gingerbread
cookie
Green: Almond Green Caramel in-
fused with a striking almond flavor
All four varieties are offered in
ready-to-gift packaging adorned with
delicate, signature hand-tied bows
making them a perfect gift for both
friends and family. Available for
purchase online at
KohlerChocolates.com, Destination
Kohler and specialty grocery stores
throughout the United States October
23 through the holiday season, the
Holiday Caramels are offered as four-
piece ($9.99), nine-piece ($18.99), and
32-piece ($59.99) variety packages or
as nine-piece packages of each indi-
vidual flavor.
The Holiday Caramels and
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolate
signature lines are made at the
Craverie Chocolatier Cafe at The
American Club resort in Kohler, Wis-
consin, one of only 44 resort hotels in
the world to boast the AAA Five-Dia-
mond and Forbes Five-Star accolade.
To stay up to date on resort happen-
ings, follow us on Facebook, face-
book.com/americanclub and on Twit-
ter, @theamericanclub. Follow
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at facebook.com/kohlerchocolates.
Celebrate your love for chocolate!
Subscribe to the Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolates e-newsletter today
to automatically enter to win a Choco-
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$800) including a two-night stay at
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soiree of all things chocolate - Febru-
ary 6-8, 2015. Sign up now online at
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Photo - Kohler Co.
Get Ready to Wine Down with Wine-themed
Kohler Waters Spa fall seasonal services
Kohler Waters Spa celebrates
the season of fall food and wine
festivals with unique wine-themed
spa services. Spagoers relax and
wind down with this year's sea-
sonal services - Wine Down Body
Treatment and Wine Down Pedi-
cure featuring a hydrating and
aromatic mix of FarmHouse Fresh
Wine Down Body Serum and Ras-
mopolitan Fine Body Scrub. The
Wine Down Body Treatment and
Wine Down Pedicure will be avail-
able through November 30 at The
Kohler Waters Spa at The Ameri-
can Club, the Forbes Five-Star re-
sort location, and Kohler Waters
Spa at Burr Ridge, Ill.
In partnership with FarmHouse
Fresh product specialists, the
Kohler Waters Spa technicians se-
lected two products - Rasmapoli-
tan Body Scrub and Wine Down
Serum for their aromatics and re-
plenishing attributes. The Farm-
House Fresh Rasmapolitan Body
Scrub is a juicy cocktail body
scrub is full of fresh raspberry
notes crafted with Square One or-
ganic vodka, raspberry extract,
sugar and rice bran oil for a
sweet exfoliation that brings super
softness to skin. The replenishing
power of the body scrub is accen-
tuated with the antioxidant-loaded
FarmHouse Fresh Wine Down
Overnight Super Antioxidant Re-
covery Serum developed with a
compound created from vegetables
and unripened fruit to deliver a
wealth of vitamins and antioxi-
dants from key ingredients Resver-
atrol and Texas Winery Grape
Serum. For more information on
FarmHouse Fresh products visit
FarmHouseFreshGoods.com.
Wine Down Body - One of the
Kohler Water Spa's most exfoliat-
ing treatments offered and perfect
for the Fall, this full body service
begins with a warm towel applica-
tion, then an invigorating exfolia-
tion of the entire body using our
seasonal product, Rasmopolitan
Body Scrub. Wine Down Body
Serum finishes the treatment leav-
ing the skin feeling smooth and
soft. 50 minutes $151/Saturday
$171
Wine Down Pedicure - The new
Fall seasonal pedicure is sure to
feel great on those crisp Fall
weather days. Begin with a warm
Clementine Sparkling foot and leg
soak, followed by a Rasmopolitan
Fine Body Scrub to exfoliate the
legs and feet. A final moisturizing
application of Wine Down Body
Serum deeply hydrates for long
lasting moisture on your feet. 50
minutes $85
Spagoers shall Call 800-344-
2838 for appointments and more
information. Some restrictions
apply. Not eligible for hotel pack-
age or Community Days discounts.
Photo - Kohler Co.