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APRIL 1, 2015 | 920-331-4904

April 7 is spring Final phase of Sports Core
renovations about to begin
election day
Village of Kohler voters
will take to the polls on
Tuesday, April 7 to cast
their ballot for a number of
important seats in the Village of Kohler, Sheboygan
County and the state. A
state referendum will also
be on the ballot.
For Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, incumbent Ann
Bradley is seeking her third
10-year term and will be
challenged by James P.
Daley, who has been the
presiding judge of the
Rock County Circuit Court
since 1989, and also the
chief judge of Wisconsin's
5th Judicial District.
For Sheboygan County
Circuit Court, Branch 1
Judge, incumbent L. Edward Stengel will run unopposed.
For Sheboygan County
Circuit Court, Branch 4,
Kohler resident Catherine Delahunt will challenge Rebecca Persick. Delahunt has served as
Municipal Court Judge for
Kohler/Sheboygan since 2006.
Persick has served as Sheboygan
County Court Commissioner since
Attorney Natasha Torry-Morgan
is the sole candidate on the ballot
for Kohler/Sheboygan Municipal
Judge, since Catherine Delahunt
announced she would not seek reelection for that position.
Village of Kohler President
Thomas Schnettler is running unopposed, but four candidates are
running for three positions on the
Village Board of Trustees. Incumbents Bill Kunst, Charles Keller,
and Brian Post will be challenged
by Mike Zimmermann.

Sports Core in Kohler will launch
the final and largest phase of its
five-year renovation plan beginning the week of April 27, 2015,
with completion anticipated by the
end of October.
What began in 2011 with the
lobby renovation and resurfacing
of the indoor tennis courts, continued through 2014 with upgrades of
the Pilates equipment, Performance Zone (TRX), and most recently, all new equipment and
flooring in the fitness training center. The 2015 phase includes a
comprehensive makeover of the
lower level changing areas, showers, steam rooms, and walkways.
Based on member and guest

feedback, the objective of the
lower level project is to enhance
the experience of overall wellness
throughout the rest of the Sports
Core facility. The project will culminate in a fresh, energizing
changing area where members can
renew before returning to their day.
Sustainable building materials
will be utilized wherever possible,
and energy efficient plumbing (replacing the current 1979-era
plumbing) will provide savings for
the facility.
Improvements will include replacing metal lockers in the men’s
and women’s changing rooms with
more and larger wood-laminate
lockers, new non-slip flooring to

replace carpet in changing rooms,
four vanity counters added to the
women’s changing room, family
changing rooms upgraded to include toilets and hand showers for
kids, upgraded showers and tiles,
restroom and steam room improvements, upgrades to the common
space areas, and more.
The Sports Core operations team
plans to work closely with the renovation project team and the general contractor to ensure all
amenities and services continue
with minimal or no interruption for
the duration of the renovation. Updates will be published in future issues of The Kohler Villager.

Village volunteer fire department
seeks new members
For the Kohler School District
Board of Education, incumbent
Diane Kelly is being challenged by
Chad R. Hamilton.
A state referendum will appear
on the ballot asking voters whether
a chief justice of the state Supreme
Court shall be elected for a twoyear term by a majority of the justices then serving on the court.
Currently, the Wisconsin Constitution says seniority determines
which justice is the chief, who
serves as the lead administrator for
the state court system.
The Kohler Villager does not
publish letters to the editor in the
print version, however, letters are
accepted via email and posted online.

The Village of Kohler Volunteer
Fire Department is seeking additional members to serve the community. The fire department is a
unique blend of dedicated individuals working to save lives and protect property, and also enjoy the
good fellowship and fun of each
other’s company. KFD welcomes

any Kohler resident, 18 years or
older, to become a member. There
are currently 26 active members
and 17 social members.
Anyone wishing to learn more
about the department and meet the
members who presently serve the
community are invited to attend informational session at the fire sta-

tion between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00
p.m. on Monday night, April 13, or
Monday night, May 11, 2015.
For more information on how to
join the volunteer fire department,
contact Fire Chief Mike Lindstrom
at 980-5100 or the fire station at

Kohler Volunteer Fire Department

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The only candidate with judicial
circuit court experience


11 years on the bench full-time as Circuit Court Commissioner
Attorney with over 20 years legal experience in Sheboygan County.
On call to authorize search warrants 24 hours a day, which has resulted
in the seizure of large quantities of heroin and other street drugs
Presided over thousands of criminal, divorce, paternity, mental health, delinquency,
child in need of protection and services, traffic, ordinance and injunction cases
Recognized by peers as a leader in the legal community
sSheboygan County Bar Association President May 2013 - May 2014
sVice-President May 2012 - May 2013
Named 2015 “Leader in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal
Endorsed by community law enforcement:


Sheboygan County
Sheriff Todd Priebe
Retired Sheboygan County
Sheriff Mike Helmke

Experienced, Dedicated, Respected
There isn’t another candidate that is closer to
fully understanding the issues that we face as a
county. With her dedication to improving quality
of life and public safety, my support has to go
with Rebecca Persick for circuit court judge.
Sheboygan County Sheriff Todd Priebe


Vote Persick
Tuesday April 7

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Rebecca Persick Judge, Tom Heinrich, Treasurer

Retired Sheboygan County
Sheriff William Spelshaus
Retired Sheboygan County
Sheriff’s Inspector
William Bruckbauer
Retired Sheboygan
Police Chief Tim Eirich
Retired Sheboygan Police
Deputy Chief Allen Sherven
Bob Gottowski, Retired City of
Sheboygan Police Sargent
Retired Sheboygan Police
Capt. Bob Wallace
Retired Sheboygan Falls
Police Chief Duane Glancey
Sheboygan Falls Policemen’s
Plymouth Police Association
Village of Cascade Chief of Police
Cory Roeseler

Other Local Law
Bradley Abel
David L. Adams
Chris Bahr
Brian Bastil
Chad Baumann
Brian Beernink
Thomas Benning
Michael Berringer
Anthony Blodgett
Sarah Blodgett
Jeremy Boxrucker
Matthew Braesch
Joseph Breidung
Jason Brockway
Chad Broeren
Joel Clark
Stephen Cobb
Hugh Cowen
Terry Cram
Todd Danen

Lance Dassler
John Detienne
Eric Edson
Bob Erickson
Jarrod Fenner
Seth Fuller
Piotr Gordziej
James Gottsacker
Joshua Grunewald
Randal Haag
Nathan Hatch
Kent Huibregtse
Matthew Heimerl
Brian Inger
Alex Jaeger
Jay Joosse
Dwain Jordan
Brian Judd
Ryan Kelley
Daniel Knitt
Justin Krogstad
Brian Krueger
Joel Kuszinski

Timothy LaPean
Jason Liermann
Mark Mancl
Melanie McCarthy
Mike McCarthy
Brent Multer
Julia Nash
Corey Norlander
David Obremski
Lisa Olsen
James Opgenorth
Eric Pashley
Timothy Patton
Timothy Putz
James Reese
Tamara Remington
Brian Retzer
Brad Riddiough
Scott Rieneke
James Risseeuw
Bradley Robinson
Patrick Runge
Mark Rupnik

Wisconsin Professional Police Association unit 485 (Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement officers)

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Grothman announces April town hall
meeting In Kohler
(Washington, D.C.) – U.S. Rep.
Glenn Grothman (R-Wisconsin)
will be hosting a town hall in
Kohler on Monday, April 6 from

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. in the
Kohler Village Hall (Kirkpatrick
Center), 319 Highland Drive,

Kids-Only Board of Directors Shapes Dental Office Decisions
On March 21, 2015, Bullard
Children’s Dentistry held its 9th
annual Board of Directors meeting. This year’s board consists of
children ages 5 to 11 years old.
After taking the “Oath of Office”
administered by Dr. George
Bullard, this very special group
generated many creative ideas and
provided excellent feedback for
the staff at Bullard Children’s Dentistry.
Thirteen board members came
together to brainstorm on a number
of topics, including a Board of Di-

rectors-proclaimed celebration
week for our patients (Pizza Week,
LegoFest, Backwards Week –
would kids clean Dr. George’s
teeth?!) and a new prize box design (motion detector box, music
playing treasure chest). The Board
also voted for their favorite flavors
of toothpaste and fluoride, and
which toys should be in the
Treasure Box.
As a special project this year,
each Board member designed and
created badges for Dr. George and
the Bullard team to wear around

the office.
The participants were selected
based on nomination letters submitted by parents. A new Board is
selected annually. Each Board
member serves for one year.

With Dr. George Bullard are this year’s esteemed members of the Bullard Children’s
Dentistry Board of Directors (Front from left):
Abi Leverenz (5), Ben Kloepping (8), Delaney Crimmins (8), Carver Beeck (6), Monica Gartman (7), Kaylee Schmitt(8), Claire
Brotz (6), Jake Hackl (7), Allison Leverez
(9), Aidan McCann (10), Kimberly Schipper
(11), Aidan Crimmins (10), Sam Sewacki (8).
– Submitted photo

APRIL 1, 2015




Endorsed by Informed
Citizens Like You!

Dear Kohler Neighbors,
privilege of serving
Thank you for allowing me the honor and
years. As I've
as your municipal court judge for
hed mine!
touched the lives of others, they
has to experience
I truly can appreciate the toll it takes when one
r, families who are
our court system for the first time. In particula
struggling, especially the children and our elder
ed hard while
Yes, professional qualifications matt
ever, I
raising a family of five to build a stron
- the
believe it is the character of the pers
person 'inside the robe' who sets
friendship of many in
I have earned the respect, appreciation and
rge because I
Kohler, as well as in Sheboygan County at-la
is unbiased, firm
consistently create a judicial atmosphere that
courtesy and
and fair using the qualities of respect,
Sargento brought
My husband Kevin and I are deeply grateful
make Kohler our
us to Sheboygan County and that
family. Now
permanent home. It is a special
with our youngest at KHS I am
7th so that I might
I am asking for your Vote, Tuesday, April
mitment to
extend my passion for justice and com
nty at the circuit
public service to all of Sheboygan Cou
court level.
Best Regards,


“Judge Delahunt will surely be missed in
our municipal court. We wish her every success
in her election to serve as Sheboygan County
Circuit Court Judge!”
Village of Kohler Police Chief
William J. Rutten

KHS Lady Bombers are thrilled to support
Judge Delahunt! Back: Lori Udovich,
Wendy Kukla, Dian Fuhrmann,
Sheryl Dyksterhouse;
Front: Martha Safford, Heather Torke,
Catherine "Katie" Delahunt, Angela Wheeler

An avid reader, Katie visits frequently with
Librarians Erin Coppersmith and
Susan Jaberg. She highly recommends her
recent book club read “All the Light We
Cannot See” - a story of an amazing child
with a father who teaches her remarkable
self-reliant skills.

Friends gathered to support women
entrepreneurs. Pictured at the Women's Expo
recently held at American Club are:
Maryellen Pellegrino, Robin Hamilton,
Judge Delahunt, Meredith Behler, and
Christina Koberstein

To learn more about Judge Catherine Q. Delahunt please
visit her website and view the video her KHS son recorded
and produced of her at

Ed Abell, Kristin Abell, James Amodeo, Maureen Anderson, Randy Apel,
Kay Armstrong, Tom Atkins, David Augustin, Corrine Baker,
Jerry Baker, Chair Donald Becker, Ron Becker, David Begalke,
Joanie Begalke, John Belanger, Ruth Belanger, Dr. Mark Bettag,
Teresa Bettag, David Biebel, Kristin Blanchard, Anne Blindauer, Chief
Randy Boeldt (Ret.), Cory Bouck, Sue Breitbach-Fenn, Cindy Brotz, Stuart
Brotz, Deb Bruckschen, Mark Bruckschen, Larry Bryce, Dr. Linda Bryce,
Greg Burgett, Beatrice Buss, Myron Buss, Nancy Buss, Charles Butler,
Hon. Steven Cain, Robin Callan, Linda Cates, Rev. Rick Cawthon,
Atty. Kelly Centofanti, Atty. Joan Cherry, Katherine Chesebro,
Robert Chesebro, John Coblentz, Hon. Jeffrey Conen, Jeanette
Coppersmith, Paul Coppersmith, Emily Copps, John Crawford, Cheryl
Dahle, Atty. Mark Davis, Kevin Delahunt, Mike DeMaster, Atty. John
DeStefanis, Pat Dinolfo, Tom Dinolfo, Randy Dippel, Angie Doell, Jon Doll,
Carmen Dolson, Gary Dulmes, Dr. Ike Dyksterhouse, Sheryl Dyksterhouse,
John Eddy, Deb Edgerle, Andrew Eirich, Garrett Erickson,Lois Erlicher,
Mary Kay Evans, Atty. Joseph Fasi, Peggy Feider, Jac k Fernsler, Atty.
Anthony (Tony) Fessler, Atty. Sean Fitzgerald, Barb Flatoff, Brad Flatoff,
Caroline Fortin, Jim Gallimore, Barb Gannon, Beatriz Garcia, Dennis
Gasper, Atty. David Gass, Anna Geary, Dr. Charles Gehring, Kathleen
Gehring, Jeff Gentine, Kathy Gentine, Larry Gentine, Lou Gentine, Michele
Gentine, Dr. Jake Gerend, Jo Gerend, Hon. Richard Ginkowski, J.C.
Goking, Atty. Gerado (Jerry) Gonzalez, Hon. Mark Goodman, Bill
Gottsacker, Pam Gottsacker, Beth Gotwald, Chris Gotwald, Mary
Greeneway, Pamela Greger, Judy Grey, Lee Grosenick, Barbara Gruber, Dr.
Paul Gruber, Frederick Guesneau, Amy Gutschow, Todd Gutschow, Mary
Lou Haen, Atty. Chad Hamilton, Robin Hamilton, Lindsay Harrison, Paul
Hattimer, Nancy Heimbold, Peter Heimbold, Jane Helminiak, Traci
Hermann, Charlotte Hoell, Gary Hoell, Dave Hoffman, Kathleen Hoffman,
Karen Hogan, Rod Hogan, Lisa Holzwart, Dr. Walt Howard, Gary Hughes,
Georgine Hughes, Elizabeth Humke, Hon. John Hyland, Art Imig, Nancy
Imig, Robert Imig, Steven Jaberg, Susan Jaberg, Alan Jante, Mary Jante,
Hon. Jerome Jaye, Martha Jensema, Roger Jensema, Dolyce Johnson, Tim
Kaker, Mark Kapellen, Ann Keckonen, Atty. Jon Keckonen, Joe Kerlin,
Steve Kestell, Jim Kieffer, Sue Kieffer, Ken King, Astrid Kirk, Chief David
Kirk (Ret.), David Kohler, Mary Kohler, Nina Kohler, Terry Kohler,
Saunders Kohn, Hon. Daniel Koval, Jason Krepline, Joe Kruse, Dave
Kuckuk, James Kukla, Wendy Kukla, Dennis Ladwig, Charlene Lammers,
Dr. Mark Lang, Tina Lang, Heather Leibham, Joesph Leibham, Kym
Leibham, Greg Leick, Dan LeMahieu, Hon. Scott Letteney, Lisa Liebl, Tom
Liebl, Hon. Christopher Lipscomb, Anthony Lorenz, Nancy Lorenz, Scott
Luedke, Betty Macknick, Tom Macknick, Atty. Teresa Maganzini, Ann
Magestro, Dr. James Magestro, Bob Mair, Hon. Paul Malloy, Dianne
Marshall, Mark Matthias, Sharon Matthias, Don McAdams, Atty. Stephen
McLean, Jeff Mehn, Paul Mentick, Bea Miley, Atty. Jane Miller, Kate Miller,
Marlin Miller, Rachael Montaba, Todd Montaba, Lisa Morrissett, Hon.
Derek Mosley, Nancy Moudry, Josh Neeb, Angelia Neumann, Kevin
Neumann, Bob Nickodem, Maureen Nickodem, Bernie Nowicki, Lois
Nyhuis, Olivia O’Keefe, Atty. Richard Opie, Jesse Osborn, Renee Otten,
Russ Otten, Joe Palus, Sue Palus, Ken Pannier, Phil Parker, Chad Pelishek,
Michael Pellegino, Maryellen Pellegrino, Mary Petrie, Chuck Pfrang, Deb
Pfrang, Alex Pieper, Sean Pieters, Peter Pittner, Gerry Plehn, Mayor Donald
Polhman, Lynn Potyen, Dr. Mark Potyen, Dennis Prigge, Julie Prigge,
Justice David Prosser, Jr., Hon. Janet Protasiewicz, David Quasias, Hon.
Richard Quirk, Andy Raddatz, Janet Raddatz, Fr. Phil Reifenberg, John
Reinersten, Kayce Reinersten, Joan Reinl, Laurie Repp, Atty. Mark Repp,
Gloria Resnick, Dr. John Revelis, Lisa Revelis, Hal Ribich, Carl Rickmeier,
Joe Robitalle, Roger Rodewald, Randy Roethel, John Rohde, Zoe Rohde,
Sandy Rohrick, Dick Romaine, R. Lynn Rowe, Sandi Rowe, John Rummele,
Chief William Rutten, Muriel Ryan, Tim Saeger, Lisa Saemann, Martha
Safford,Sim Safford, Jan Sartori, Jim Sartori, Wayne Sather, Jim Schafer,
Ann Scharrer, Steve Scharrer, Atty. Karl Schefft, Dennis Schmideler, Lois
Schmideler, Dori Schmitz, Pres. Thomas Schnettler, Joni Schubert, Beth
Schueller, Tom Schueller, Betty Schuldt, Burdette Schuldt, Atty. Amy
Seibel, Nancy Selby, Anne Skowlund, Judy Slawny, Mike Slawny, Gary
Smith, Dennis Snyder, Lisa Sokol, Mike Sokol, Hon. Dave Specht, Mark
Spranger, Ken Stanczyk, Marcy Stanczyk, Gordy Stanskas, Helen Stanskas,
Elizabath Stauber, Steve Stauber, Marty Steinbruecker, Ed Surek, Mary
Surek, Chief Jeffrey Tauscheck, Dan Ten Pas, Marian Ten Pas, Konrad
Testwuide, Mary Ann Thielke, Jake Toman, Diane Torke, Heather Torke,
Jay Torke, Ward Torke, Michael Trimberger, Jr., Dr. Jeffrey Twohig, Tania
Twohig, Lori Udovich, Fay Uraynar, Julie Vale, Debbie Valenstein, Ted
Vallis, Gerry Van De Kreeke, Michael Vandersteen, John VanDerVaart,
Marijo VanDerVaart, Jim Voigt, Marge Voigt, Jan Vojta, Dr. Bill Wagner,
Dr. Jean Wagner, Tracy Waldhart, Wally Waldhart, Bill Wallace, Gail
Wallace, Atty. Matthew Walsh, Kim Watson, Dr. Toby Watson, Hon. J.D.
Watts, Jennifer Weber, Cathreen Webster, Greg Weggeman, Kim Welsch,
Elizabeth Werner, Dr. Stephen Werner, Karen White, Kevin White, Linda
White, Fr. Matthew Widder,Atty. Mark Williams, Hon. Sandy Williams,
Dick Williamson, Doreen Williamson, Abbie Willits, Dick Willits, Charles
Windsor, Duane Winterberg, Jacqueline Winterburg, Renee Wolf, Travis
Yang, Fr. Carlos Zapata, Brenda Zastrow, Phil Zastrow, Justice Annette
Ziegler, Bill Zimmerman, David Zimmerman, Theresa Zimmerman,
Meredith Behler, Jeremy Behler, Mary Dantzler, James Faller, Dian
Fuhrmann, Justice Michael J. Gableman, Jenelle Griswold, Angela
Wheeler, and many more...



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• Close to churches and schools
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• Loads of tile, kitchen quartz counters
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• Two fireplaces, vaulted ceiling, 4 Bedrooms
• Lower family room fireplace & kitchenette
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• Located in a cul-de-sac
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Kohler students attend Sheboygan Downtown
Rotary meetings
Each month, during the
school year, the Student Rotarians Committee of the
Sheboygan Downtown Rotary Club coordinates with
local high schools to identify
honor students and invite
them to attend the Club’s
weekly meetings as guests of
the club. The attending stu-

dents have a chance to meet
possible mentors from Rotary Club business and professional leaders during the
weekly meetings. The students are also given a chance
to present their student
achievements, vocational objectives, and educational
plans to the membership.

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Amanda Egbert (Kohler), Elizabeth Rindt (Lutheran), Evan Pfeifer,
Colton Wickland, and Talen Londre from South. Missing in the picture
are: Lucas Bouche, Lesley Arant, and Morgan Ross from North.
– Photo Sheryl Dyksterhouse


Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake

Lakers hockey team qualifies
for Wisconsin Amateur
Hockey Association State
The Sheboygan Lakers 3B hockey team
qualified for the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey
Association (WAHA) State Championship
Tournament by defeating the Waupun Warriors Squirt 3B team 10-0 at Fond du Lac's
Blue Line Family Ice Center.
The Lakers jumped out to a quick 5-0 first
period lead and never looked back. The scoring effort was led by Jacob Fox and Teague
Pilgrim, who posted hat-tricks during the
game. Owen Hayon added two goals and two
assists. Will Johnson and Dylan Videtic each

contributed with a goal.
Laker goalie Bennett Waara tallied his fifth
shut-out of the season with the aid of the Lakers solid defensive group. The Lakers defense
consisting of Austin Schuh, Carter Trilling,
Noah Fibiger, and Sierra Hendricks held the
Warriors to only 4 shots on goal. They were
the unsung heroes on the stats sheet, but provided the scoreless curtain that helped propel
the team to qualify for the WAHA State

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the New

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Kohler Villager

Community newspaper serving
the Village of Kohler
219 Church St.
Kohler, WI 53044



Independently published twice monthly and distributed
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Local Church Services
Grace United Church of Christ

500 School Street, Kohler Holy Week
Passion of Christ service, Thursday,
April 2, 7:30 p.m.
Easter Sunday service, Sunday, April 5,
beginning at 7:30 a.m. (No church
school on Easter Sunday. A children's
message and child care will be provided
during the 10:00 service).
Free public community concert, Friday, April 17 at 7:00 p.m. Chamber

music lead by The Golden Choraleers,
followed by violin music, a woman’s
quartet singing in barbershop style, and
organ music with congregational participation by Dan Ognavic. Refreshments
to follow. All are welcome
Falls/Kohler Community Good Friday Service
Sheboygan Falls and Kohler residents invited to participate in a joint venture of
the churches. Service will be held at
noon on April 3 at the home of the Pen-

tecostals of Sheboygan County, 621
Broadway Street, Sheboygan Falls. This
Ecumenical service will have clergy
from various churches in the community
A “Walk of the Cross” will begin at
11:30 starting at the Pentecostals’
church. It will wind its way through the
streets of Sheboygan Falls before returning to the host church. People who wish
to walk are invited to meet at the church
at 11:25.

St. John Evangelist Catholic Church
Mass schedule
Saturday 5:30 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 7:00 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:45 a.m.
Communion Service: Tuesday & Thursday 7:00 a.m.
600 Green Tree Road, Kohler (Corner of Green Tree
& Valley)
Rev. Robert J. Lotz, Pastor

APRIL 1, 2015






Prom 2015 Information

Prom 2015 is scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at the Waelderhaus
from 8:00-12:00 p.m. Music will
be from 8:00 p.m. until midnight
with the presentation of prom court
at 9:30 p.m. The professional photographer will be taking pictures
from 8:00 until 9:00 p.m. All students should plan on arriving by
no later then 8:30 p.m.
Each student who purchases a
ticket for prom will receive one
complimentary ticket to be used by
their parents or other members of
their family to view the crowning
ceremony. Due to the necessary re-

strictions on numbers in the
Waelderhaus balcony, we must ask
that parents honor this two person limit so that we don’t jeopardize our ability to use this beautiful
prom facility.
Parents may begin to enter and
proceed to the balcony 15 minutes before crowning ceremony
(9:15 p.m.). House lights will be
brought up for an intermission
following the presentation of the
court and parents will be invited
down to the main floor to take
pictures. When the house lights
are dimmed, approximately 10

Music Notes
On March 7, 2015 Kohler music
students participated in the
WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival. Results were fantastic! Because of limited space
only the first place results are
listed. Congratulations to all
Class C
Brass & Percussion Ensemble,
White Woodwind Choir, Blue
Woodwind Choir, Jazz Combo;
Flute Solo – Kelsey Sbrocco;
Clarinet Solo – Madeleine
Wandschneider, Parade Drum
Solo – Henry Leblanc & AJ
Morrissett; Trumpet Solo – Leo
Fink; Trumpet Duet – Maggie
Kelly & Isabel Smith; Drum Set
Solo – Josh Gillespie & Casey
Johnson; Vocal Solo – Bridget
Bullard, Franki Formas, Asha
Edgerle, Brigita Kant.
Class B
Flute Solo – Tilydia Xiong,
Flute-Clarinet Duet – Cindy and
Christy Zheng, Serenity Schaefer & Caley Warren; Clarinet
Solo – Ben Tengowski; Clarinet
Duet – Rachel Proudman &
Sarah Sobecki; Clarinet Quartet
– Remy Havens, Madeleine
Wandschneider, Christy Zheng
& Kara Friske; Tenor Saxophone Solo – Frances Schueller
& Quinn Daane; Saxophone
Duet – Zachary Coulis & Ian
Kanz; Trumpet Solo – Keith
Baka, Doug Wake, Noah
Becker; Tuba Solo – John Vallo;
Parade Drum Solo – Josh Gillespie, Casey Johnson & Caleb
Adams; Drum Set Solo – Sam
Wenberg; Piano Solo – Cindy
Zheng; Multiple Percussion
Solo – Sam Pfrang; Vocal Solo
– Sammy Kanz, Kara Friske;
Vocal Duet – Kaleigh Roeder &
Lauren Perzewski.
Class A
Madrigals; Alto Saxophone
Solo – Kaelin Sbrocco; French
Horn Solo – Hannah Neist; Euphonium Solo – Deanna Jacobs;
Tuba Solo – Nathan Waniorek;

Piano Solo – Rilind Hidri; Classical Vocal Solo – Grace Madigan, Elise Schlecht, Lorrigan
Puls, Lauren Horth, Sam
Kohler, Hank Biznek, Hannah
Cantrell, Bethany Kay, Brady
Stefanczyk; Vocal Duets –
Amelia Grose & Ben Tengowski, Hannah Cantrell &
Rilind Hidri; Music Theater
Vocal Solo – Lauren Horth, Lily
Hart, Ryah Gutschow, Izzy
Class A State [Qualified for
State Festival]
Swing Choir; Jazz Ensemble;
Piano Solos – John Tengowski
& Sam Maass; Jazz Strings Improvisation Solo – Hunter
Lewinski; Violin Solos – Allison Boerner, Clara Montes and
Lily Montes; Violin Duet –
Clara and Lily Montes; Violin
Trio – Allison Boerner, Clara
Montes and Lily Montes; Oboe
Solo – Sam Maass & Clara
Montes; Saxophone Duet –
Kaelin Sbrocco & Allison
Boerner; Parade Drum – Sam
Wenberg; Classical Vocal Solos
– Amelia Grose, Chloi
Ducharme, Izzy Heins, Ryah
Gutschow, Katie Ruelle, Megan
Conklin, Audra Hoffmann,
Rilind Hidri, Sam Maass,
Nathan Waniorek, Denny Kanz,
and Ben Tengowski; Musical
Theater Solos – Katie Ruelle,
Chloi Ducharme, Amelia Grose,
Ali Willadsen, Hannah Cantrell,
and Megan Conklin; Vocal Duet
– Denny Kanz & Katie Ruelle
and Amelia Grose & Megan
Conklin; Barbershop Quartet –
Christian Lofgren, Denny Kanz,
Nathan Waniorek & Ben Tengowski.
Special thanks to Mrs. Kukla,
Mrs. Hucke, Mr. Michael
Schulz, Mrs. Hildebrand, Mrs.
Billman and Marcus Anderson
for accompanying many of the
student performances.

Summer Kohler
Kare Registration

minutes after court presentation,
all parents will be asked to exit
by 9:45 p.m.
We are now accepting applications for the SumOnce students arrive at Prom,
mer Kohler Kare at the Kohler School starting
they will not be allowed to leave
June 11 thru August 21. Children starting JK in
and return. If the dance area bethe 2013 school year thru fifth grade may attend
comes warm, students may walk
and do not have to attend Kohler School. The
outside but must remain in the susummer day consists of outdoor play, attending
pervised flagstone area immediKohler Village Recreation Department Programs,
ately fronting the entrance.
Library Time, Cooking Classes, Computer
Students who are
not attending
Classes, and Field Trip Thursday and Swimming
Memorial Theatre
Prom, serving for Prom, and do
each day at the Kohler Pool. Applications can be
not have a family ticket will not picked-up with Mrs. Neil in the Kohler School Cafeteria or printed from
be allowed in at Prom. No fresh- Kohler School web page under Kohler Kare. You may email Mrs. Neil
man is allowed as this is a senior, at or phone 803-7250.
junior, sophomore Prom only.

Friday, December 16
1:45 p.m.

Kohler Athletic
Booster Club officer
positions up for
The Kohler Athletic Booster Club officer positions of President, Treasurer and Member-at-Large are up for election in
April. For more information or to be included as a nominee for
these positions, please contact current President, Matt Maggi
(208-1729). Voting will take place at the next Booster Club
meeting on Monday, April 6, 2015, 5:30 pm at the Kohler Public Library.

Kohler Performing
Arts Organization
invites community
to “Sail the High
Seas” at this year’s
Dinner and Auction
on April 18
The Kohler Performing Arts Organization
would like to invite the Kohler community
to this year’s Dinner and Auction on April
18 at the Pine Hills Country Club.
This year’s theme is “Sailing the High
C’s”. Online reservations are now being accepted. Simply go to:
You can also purchase raffle tickets online.
This year the raffle prizes include:
1st place prize: Hero 4 Go Pro Camera
2nd place prize: Beats Solo Headphone
3rd place prize: $50 Buffalo Wild Wings
Gift Card
Raffle tickets are $5 each or, 5 tickets for
$20. Winners will be selected during the live
auction. You need not be present to win but,
hope you will consider joining us for this exciting event!
The Kohler Performing Arts Organization,
(PAO), raises money to support Kohler Middle School music camp scholarships and
provides financial support for the Kohler
High School music trips by hosting an annual performing arts auction.
Our sponsors and donors will be posted on
our website following the auction. We ask
that you support our corporate sponsors and
donors. The success of this action is greatly
due to their generosity.


10 APRIL 1, 2015




Board of Education Regular Meeting – February 9, 2015
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
7:05 p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Nancy
Case called roll. The following board members
were present: Marlene Yang, and Matt Kautzer.
Diane Kelly, Christina Koberstein and Nancy
Statement of Public Notice
February 6, 2015
Approval of Agenda
Christina Koberstein moved to approve the
agenda. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Board President’s Report (Marlene Yang)
• As communicated in an email to parents, the
School Board voted at its November 10 Regular Board meeting to undertake a systematic
review of the District’s current administrative
roles and responsibilities. The purpose of this
review was to understand the effectiveness
and efficiency of the District’s current structure to support the highest quality of education for our children.
• The firm, Black Black Consulting was contracted to undertake this review. In mid-December, they conducted a total of 55 randomly
selected interviews of faculty, staff, parents,
students, and administration from the elementary, middle and high schools.
• On January 5, Black Black Consulting presented the results to the Board.  In general,
there is a positive feeling throughout the
school community: teachers enjoy working at
Kohler; parents are pleased with school performance and opportunities available for their
children; students are happy. The report highlighted, however, several areas that require
consideration. Two of these areas, in particular, require priority attention: (1) the strain
of dual administrative roles and  (2) the community’s desire for more effective communications.
• The Board has begun work on the first priority
area by studying the financial and organizational viability of several options that would
address the dual administrative roles.  The
second priority area will see the District developing a strategic communication plan with
community input beginning in the 2015-16
school year. A copy of the Black Black report
is available to the school community in the
district office.
Superintendent’s Report
(Quynh Trueblood)
• The Center for Disease Control and Prevention
has notified public health officials and schools
of the outbreak of measles in the neighboring
states of MN and IL last week.  The protocol
for confirming cases of measles and a response system involves coordination between
the national, state, and local agencies to provide schools with directions.  Per the protocol,
the district delivered a communication to families of the alert with pertinent
information.  The school nurse has been in direct contact with families as needed.  In general, should a case be reported, the attending
physician notifies the Sheboygan County
Health Department, which engages a full review by the State Health Department who then
work with the Superintendent and State
Health Officer to develop a school response
plan.  You can be confident that student health
and continued learning are our highest priorities.
• The 94th State Education Convention hosted
by WASB, WASDA, and WASBO offered the
widest selection of topics in the recent past,
from the typical of legal, financial, and governance, to the new territory in political advo-

cacy, compensation, and accountability.  The
emergence of a wider array of substantive
topics has the entire school community facing
more than ever before since 2011.  Kevin
Honeycutt, keynote speaker, mixed  humor
mixed with reality and hope to remind us that
we have the power to do what we do best for
students and then, dare to do it.
• Youth players and their coaches were recognized at the Girls JV1 game during halftime.  It was fun to watch their excitement!  I
join Bridgit Zielke and youth basketball
coaches and player’s parents in feeling encouraged to imagine that Kohler High School
may field varsity and JV girls teams for the
2015-16 school conference league.   In
Bridgit’s words, “It’s promising that our
daughters may have the opportunity to participate in a sport they love and while doing
so, become team players, leaders and confident young women.”
• WASB recognizes Board President, Marlene
Yang, for her efforts in leadership and board
development with a Level II Certificate of
Achievement and pin.  We are fortunate to
have an active, engaged, and leading president.   
Principal’s Report (Lori Neurohr)
• The Kohler Foundation has tallied the votes to
determine the winners of the 18th Annual Gingerbread Festival Competition. Prizes, based
on votes received, were awarded to some of
our elementary classes.
• First place winners, receiving a cash prize of
$500 were Mrs. Roeber’s 2nd/3rd grade class
with their creation titled “Christmas at the
Wonka Candy Factory” and Mrs. LaDuke’s 4th
grade class with their replica of “Miller Park
- Home of the Milwaukee Brewers.”  Third
place honorees and recipients of $100 awards
were Mrs. Bley’s 4 year old Kindergarten class
with “Just Kidding Around,” and Mrs. Bartelt’s
fifth grade class and their “Retro McDonalds.”
• Thanks to the hard work of our middle school
students during their cookie dough fundraising
activity, the outstanding job of our elementary
students reaching their Bomber Pride goal and
the generosity of the Kohler School Friends,
the elementary and middle school students
were treated to a school assembly on bullying,
perseverance, bike safety and character. From
the stages of “America’s Got Talent” to our
school gymnasium, Matt Wilhelm performed
amazing BMX bike stunts while sharing powerful messages with students and staff.
• Growing up Matt was called “Ears” and was
the target of bullies.  He grabbed everyone’s
attention by telling his personal story and offering three specific steps on how to deal with
bullies:  never fight, tell an adult and engage
the bystanders. His powerful and thoughtprovoking bullying program was educational,
fun and moving.  As a leading youth speaker,
Matt’s stories resonated with our students
and staff.  One particular story that resonated
with many was a time when Matt was surrounded by other kids picking on him.  A student came by and saw what was happening
and stood up for Matt.  He described to students how that one student became his superhero and changed his life.  
• As compelling as his personal stories about
being bullied were the amazing tricks he did
on his bike, including jumping over Mrs.
Cleven, Mr. Coenen and Mr. Bayens.  Matt
shared that after eight years of practice, he
made it to the X games only to finish in last
place. He has since gone on to win three X
game medals and two National Championships.  He currently is the fastest bike spin-

ner in the world and finished in the top ten on
season 6 of America’s Got Talent.
Certificates of Honor
Lori Neurohr presented the following middle
school students with certificates of honor:
David Benishek, Bridget Bullard, Samantha
Cassady, Conner Cassidy, Leo Dai, Erin Farrell,
Griffin Gottsacker, Ben Guesneau, Ben Herold,
Fiona Hidri, Alex Holland, Shelby Horth, Henry
Jacobson, Caelyn Kaiser, Ian Kanz, Mallory
Keller, Sam Kelm, Samantha Kochen, Shannon
Konecke, Lillian Krumholz, Henry LeBlanc, Lily
Montes, Owen Multer, Hannah Neist, Eli Nugent,
Isabel O’Donnell, Griffin Otte, Mansi Patel, Erin
Pellegrino, Rachel Proudman, Julia Ruelle,
Vanessa Sager, Payton Schueller, Sarah
Sobecki, Natasha Sohki, Isabella Solano, Trent
Stock, Ana Twohig, Evan Udovich, Elly Udovich,
Courtney Yang and Ella Ziemer. Quynh Trueblood
presented the following high school students
with certificates of honor: Marisa Adams, Keith
Baka, Emily Balint, Archie Brohn, Lion Chen, Jim
Conklin, Joey Coppersmith, Amanda Egbert,
Sean Farrell, Ashlyn Finney, Emily Guesneau,
Lily Hart, Remy Havens, Emma Herold, Evelyn
Heun, Frannie Hillstrom, Samson Hou-seye,
Brigita Kant, Denny Kanz, Donna Karri-Sarkar,
Lauren Kelm, Lucas Knuth, Andrew Kraus, Cole
Kroitzsch, Jenna Ladwig, Laura Lee, Annika Lee,
Jamie Lewis, Allie Lindow, Katie Lindow, Ben
Madigan, Ben Norlander, Grace Nugent, Larissa
Paseta, Grace Pellegrino, Sam Pfrang, Amanda
Renzelmann, Katie Ruelle, Khloe Rustan, Joe
Schmitt, Angela Schmitt, Carson Schneider,
Megan Sprinkman, Kelsey Stock, Tyler Tuttle,
Doug Wake, Nathan Waniorek, and Tilydia Xiong.
Review of District Finances
The finance committee has reviewed the budget
for the past seven months. The budget is on
track for the 2014-2015 school year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of January 12, 2015 Board Meeting
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee—Discussion was held on the following topics:
• Fund 80 DPI guidelines and changes for
• State biennial education budget proposal
• Strategic compensation
• Staffing
• Ebben field phase II project update
Reports of the Committee of the Whole—Discussion was held on the following topics:
• Enrollment
• BlackBlack report: Administrative structures
• Strategic Compensation
• Staffing
• Nancy Case moved to approve the consent
agenda. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve the hire of Ashley Benzshawel, 50%
MS Science Teacher
Christina Koberstein moved to approve the hire
of Ashley Benzshawel, 50% ms science
teacher. Matt Kautzer seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.

Connor Sbrocco
awarded Student of
the Month by local
Elks Lodge #299

Exalted Ruler Mike Roth presenting award to Connor Sbroacco

– Submitted photo

Kohler High is proud to announce Connor Sbrocco as the
Sheboygan Elks Lodge #299 Student of the Month. Connor is actively engaged in our school and
community through many groups
and clubs. Connor is a member of
Varsity Soccer, JV/Varsity Golf,
Engineering Club, Jazz Band, National Honors Society, Model UN,
Testing the Waters, and serves as
an AWANA leader. Connor is a
leader in our school community
and holds many leadership roles
including National Honor Society
Vice President, Design Leader of
President/Co-found of Powder
Seekers Ski Club, Varsity Soccer

Captain, and Elected Representative in Student Council all four
years. Connor has been recognized
for his achievements by receiving
Highest Honors each year of high
school, Midfield MVP in Soccer,
and 2nd Team All-Conference in
Soccer. Connor is planning on majoring in architecture at the university level and has already been
admitted to some of the strongest
architecture programs in the nation. We are proud of the positive
school climate that Connor helps
create at Kohler High. Through
the Sheboygan Elks Lodge Student of the Month Recognition,
Connor was presented with a
plaque and monetary award. 


S a ili n g the High C’

Accept the resignation of Derek Shoup, MS
Science teacher
Matt Kautzer moved to accept the resignation
of Derek Shoup. Christina Koberstein seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. Nancy Case
seconded the motion. All ayes. The meeting adjourned at 8:20 pm.

Special Board Meeting – February 23, 2015
Call to Order (6:00 pm)
A. Roll Call—Nancy Case called roll. Nancy
Case, Christina Koberstein, Matt Kautzer,
and Marlene Yang were present. Diane Kelly
entered the meeting at 6:15 pm.
B. Statement of Public Notice—February 20,
C. Approval of Agenda—Christina Koberstein
moved to approve the agenda. Matt Kautzer
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.

recommended by the Committee of the Whole
and the Finance Committee—Diane Kelly
moved to approve the organizational restructuring of the Kohler School District. Matt
Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes. The
motion was carried unanimously. Marlene Yang
expressed her appreciation to Matt Kautzer,
school board treasurer; Quynh Trueblood, superintendent; and Gretchen Thomes, business

Approve the Organizational restructuring as

Adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to sections

120.13 (1)(c), 19.85(1)(f) and 118.125(2) of
the Wisconsin Statutes- Matt Kautzer moved
to enter into closed session. Christine Koberstein seconded the motion. The meeting convened into closed session at 6:55 pm. Staffing
issues were discussed.
Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn the meeting.
Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. The
meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

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APRIL 1, 2015







On Sunday, May 3, 2015, the Kohler Volunteer Fire Department is having its annual brat fry at the Fire Station
from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. Here’s a chance to enjoy some
great food and refreshments, and at the same time show
your appreciation to the firefighters who give so much
time and effort, and risk their own lives to make our community safer. Proceeds from the fry are used to purchase
special fire/rescue equipment, subsidize a portion of our
business and social expenses, support various community
youth programs, local area Fire/Rescue projects, and fund
a scholarship in Police/Fire Sciences.
Advance sale tickets are available from all members of the
Fire Department, and we will be selling door-to-door
throughout the Village in the weeks preceding the fry for
your convenience. The tickets cost $1, and are worth $1 in
trade at the fry, and also give you a chance at our nice selection of door prizes.
Thank you for your support! See you on Sunday,
May 3, 2015

Village Meetings Scheduled for April
4/6 Property Committee
4:30 pm
4/6 Finance Committee
5:00 pm
4/6 Special Village Board
5:30 pm
4/8 Library Board (at Library) 12:30 pm
4/13 Village Board
5:30 pm
4/20 Recreation Committee
4:30 pm
4/23 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Spring Election
The Spring Election will be held Tuesday, April 7. The
polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the
Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open
from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. You must have lived in the Village of Kohler for 28 days to vote in the Village of Kohler.

Just a reminder
Drivers should be aware that the warmer weather will
allow more and more bicycles and scooters to be out and
about. Please be aware of the children when driving
through the village. Bikes and scooters are allowed on the
sidewalks. Scooters are not allowed on the streets. Also,
the newer motorized scooters are not allowed on the
streets or sidewalks. Those are allowed on private property only.
Greenfield Drive Crosswalk
Be aware of the new crosswalk on Greenfield Drive and
the potential that with the warmer weather students may
be using it to and from school. All crosswalks require that
the driver yield to the pedestrian in the crosswalk. This
crosswalk will alert the driver to their presence when activated by the pedestrian. Parents should advise their children to use this crosswalk instead of the crosswalk by
Church Street. This area has fewer lanes to cross and has
the added safety of the flashing lights.

Yard Waste
Weather permitting; yard waste pickup will start on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
During the weeks of March 24 and 31, and April 7, 14, 21,
and 28, residents may put out as much yard waste as they

want, provided it is in solid containers. Starting May 5,
yard waste must be in the cart with the green lid only. No
plastic bags are allowed in the yard waste carts or solid
containers. Dates with unlimited pickup are subject to
change depending on the weather. Please check the Village website for changes. Residents may also haul yard waste to Scotty’s Landscape at
3823 Enterprise Drive in the Town of Sheboygan. There is
a $5.00 fee per load. Please call 452-1925 for details.
Do NOT rake leaves and debris into the street. Curbside
leaf collection is in the fall only.
Brush pickup will start on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Brush must be neatly piled in four-foot lengths. The maximum diameter is six inches. No brush with thorns will be
picked up. Thorny material must be cut up and put in the
cart with the green lid. Brush not complying will be
tagged and not picked up.

Kohler Pool News
The Kohler Pool will be opening for the Spring April
14th. Spring hours for open swim are: Tuesdays and
Thursdays 6:00-7:30 PM; Saturday and Sunday 1:30-4:00
PM. Kohler Residents are free. Non-Residents are
charged $1 if you are with a resident. If you are not with a
resident the cost is $3.
Water In Motion
Water in Motion class will be held beginning Monday,
April 20, from 7-8 AM Monday/Wednesday/Friday. There
is no pre-registration for this class. The cost is $1 per class
for Residents and $3 for non-residents. There are punch
cards available, 12 classes for $10/residents, or $34 for
Swim Lessons
Swim lessons begin June 15-25. Registration opens April
1. Classes are scheduled Monday – Thursday at 9 AM and
10 AM.

Summer Program Registration
Registration for Summer Recreation Programs will begin
on April 1, 2015.
Back again this year are a variety of camps for children
entering grades JK-8. For more information on the camps
or to register please visit our website:
Our week long activity camps include:
July 6-10 - Adventure Camp
July 13-17 - Playground Fun
July 20-24 - Princess Camp
July 27-31 - Boys Junior Adventure Camp
T- ball, Bantam Baseball (for boys currently in 1st and
2nd grade), and all girls Softball registration will also
open on April 1, 2015. New this year ALL SOFTBALL
registration should go through the Kohler Recreation Department. We will then assemble teams to play in the Sheboygan rec league.
Remember baseball players currently in grades 3-8, registration is now open and will close on April 3, 2015. Late
entries may be accepted with coach’s permission only.
Summer Recreation Program Open House
We will be holding a Summer Recreation Program Open
House on April 16, 2015 at 6:00pm in the Kohler Memorial Theater. Please join us to learn more about all of our
programs offered this summer.

Public Works Superintendent Bruce Neerhof is presented with a gold watch
for his 25 years of service to the Village of Kohler by Village President
Thomas R. Schnettler at the March 9, 2015 Village Board Meeting.

The Village Board approved the following items during their February 9th meeting:
• Operator’s licenses as presented.
• December 2014 Revenue & Expense Reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
• Purchase Youth Center equipment, cost $11,582 (televisions, refrigerator, furniture and pool table) and $9,966
(Quick & Crispy machine, reface cabinets, Panini
maker/grill, microwave, cash register/software and hot
dog warmer).
• Quote from Tremco for design, specifications, bidding
documents and project oversight for swimming pool
masonry repair and window replacement for $2,300.
• Specht Electric proposal for outdoor swimming pool access gate installation, cost $7,142.
• Resolution 2015-3, Adopting updated Village of Kohler
Emergency Operations Plan and Authorizing the Village President and the Village Emergency Management Director to Approve Expenditures Under a State
of Emergency.

Village Board

Thomas Schnettler,
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

12 APRIL 1, 2015




Kohler Waters Spa unveils creative services
harnessing the power of natural elements

Woodsman Massage and Rain Man services target a growing audience of male spa-goers
Kohler Waters Spa is pleased to announce its newest services, available
May 1, at all three locations – Kohler,
Wis., at Destination Kohler, Burr Ridge,
Ill., and St Andrews, Scotland, at The Old
Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa. Exciting additions to the menu include gentlemen-focused services as well as
treatments that harness the healing powers of bamboo, water and magnesium.
“Every year our staff exceeds expectations designing thoughtful and innovative
services for our guests,” said Jean Kolb,
Director of Wellness for Kohler Co.
“Adding specific services that are tailored to men is exciting and something
our guests will certainly welcome. In addition, we’re pleased to add a new signature hydrotherapy service with the
Magnificent Wrap which will be sure to
rejuvenate guests with the healing powers of remineralizing magnesium. This
year’s new menu reflects Kohler Waters
Spa five-star creativity and innovation.”
According to the International SPA Association, men are visiting spas more than
ever before, and discovering the benefits
of a wellness experience. Kohler Waters
Spa has seen a steady rate of male spa
enthusiasts looking to get away for a
weekend or to calm sore muscles after
an outing on the Kohler-owned Championship golf courses, Whistling Straits
and Blackwolf Run. This year, the spa
launches two new services created
specifically with gentlemen in mind –
The Woodsman Massage and Rain Man.
For the Gentleman
Meticulously created by Kohler Waters

Spa therapists, The Woodsman
Massage aims to increase circulation, range of motion and decrease
muscular pain, tension and inflammation. “Three important factors
helped inform the way the Woodsman Massage was created,” said
Garrett Mersberger, Manager of
Kohler Waters Spa. “We found that
men often request a deeper tissue
massage, their range of motion is at
times limited, and lastly, many men
do not take enough time to exfoliate
their skin. Our new massage aims to address each of these three areas, making
it a distinctive experience for men.”
Known for its expertise in hydrotherapy,
Kohler Waters Spa also offers The Rain
Man – a Vichy Shower experience for
male spa-goers. The KOHLER Custom
Vichy Shower, with an automatic digital
thermostat valve (DTV), is unique as it
allows for a continuous flow of water,
freeing up the therapist’s hands to continually massage the guest. This relaxing
and invigorating experience incorporates
the scent of John Michael Kohler products as well as a warm stone treatment
on the back and feet.
Magical Magnesium
Kohler Waters Spa is known for its hydrotherapy experiences and each year
launches a new signature water-based
service. This year, the Magnificent Wrap
has been added to the menu, providing a
full-body exfoliation, a remineralizing
magnesium bathing experience and a
choice of a seaweed or mud body wrap.
Containing more than 60 essential minerals and trace elements – including

sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium – this service promotes detoxification while also replenishing the body of
several commonly deficient minerals.
Find your Bliss
Another new specialty service, Bamboo Bliss, employs warm bamboo to
provide an unparalleled massage experience. “The use of heated bamboo and
Swedish-style massage movements are
used to ease tension,” explains Jean
Kolb, Director of Wellness for Kohler Co.,
“and allow for a deeper massage for the
most fatigued muscles.” Therapists start
with a lighter touch and progressively
apply deeper techniques, in the direction
of the heart in order to encourage blood
circulation, for the added benefit of relaxing deep muscle soreness. This approach helps increase circulation and
flush the body of metabolic wastes.
Designed for men, this service combines
several therapeutic massage techniques
to reduce tension, alleviate muscular
pain, and increase flexibility. Incorporat-

ing the healing properties of pine, you
will leave relaxed and recharged.
(80-minute massage includes back
50 minutes $155, Saturday $180
80 minutes $205, Saturday $230
Melt away tension through the skillful
manipulation of warm bamboo. This
full-body massage uses strokes similar to a Swedish-style massage with
the combined effect of deeper work.
Not recommended during pregnancy.
80 minutes $205 Saturday $230
Drift away to relaxation with a full-body
exfoliation, a remineralizing magnesium
bathing experience and your choice of a
seaweed or mud body wrap. The finishing touch, hydrating moisturizer, will
leave you rejuvenated and remineralized.
80 minutes $215 Saturday $240
Designed for men, this warm Vichy
shower experience includes hot stones
on the back and feet, a full-body exfoliation and our signature John Michael
Kohler™ moisturizer.
50 minutes $170 Saturday $195
DERMAPLANING – A simple and safe
procedure, dermaplaning exfoliates the
epidermis and rids the skin of fine vellus
hair. Using a scalpel and a delicate
touch, we remove the top layer of dead
skin with light feathering strokes.
30-minute add on option $45
This results-oriented service uses red
light therapy to give you younger-looking

skin. Ideal for preventive skin care, it
slows down the aging process and restores a natural, youthful look.
50 minutes $84 French Polish $94
For reservations, please call 800-3442838 or visit for
more information. Stay up to date on spa
news and happenings on Facebook and on Twitter
New Menu Launch Party!
Thursday, April 23, 4-8pm
Be the first to experience our newest spa
services at our New Menu Launch Party
April 23! With our new menu launching
in May, this event will give you a sneak
peak at our new menu and allow you the
opportunity to experience two expressservices of your choice! Experience our
newest manicure that uses red light therapy to give you younger, healthier hands,
or try our new Bamboo Bliss massage,
using warm bamboo to skillfully manipulate the body. With six different services
to choose from, there is something for
everyone at this exclusive event! The
event fee is $55 per person, which includes full Spa access between 4-8pm,
choice of two 25-minute services, plus a
$30 credit to apply towards any retail
purchase in the Spa Boutique (minimum
$50 retail spend). Advance reservations
are required. Please contact Megan Hoffmann at 920-451-2160 or to reserve your appointment. Space is limited. Registration fee is non-refundable
and non-transferable for special events.

Demonstration Kitchen Series 2015
Saturdays through April 25, 11am and 2pm,
Join the chefs of Kohler in The Demonstration
Kitchen on Saturdays‚ January through April.
Home chefs have the opportunity to interact
with classically trained chefs and taste a variety of cuisine while exploring the tastes of
Kohler. Reservations are encouraged; call
1-888-293-7337 for information and scheduling or visit
Exhibit: Taking Shape
Through April 12, 2015
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Form is a prime consideration in the work of 8
U.S. artists using a variety of media. This exhibition features work by Kate Cusack and
Barbara Heinrich (NY) and Richard Judd, Bill
Lemke, Ted Lott, Alex Mandli, Tom Rauschke
and Julie Sutter Blair (WI). All work is available for purchase. Please call 920-452-8602
for more information.
Kohler Gardener is blooming with ideas for
March 28 – April 4
Kohler Gardener
With a purchase of $75 or more, receive a
blooming plant to make your Easter table
Choose from potted tulips, daffodils, hyacinth
and more! ($18 value). One per customer,
while supplies last.
Destination Kohler Restaurant Week
March 29 - April 4
Various Restaurants
Enjoy unique prix fixe menus prepared by
classically trained chefs using locally sourced
ingredients. Dig in to Restaurant Week at Destination Kohler. Participating Restaurants:
Blackwolf Run Restaurant, Craverie Chocolatier Café, Cucina, The Horse & Plow, Immigrant Restaurant, Take 5 at Sports Core, The
Greenhouse, The Wisconsin Room and
Woodlake Market.
Meet the Shuckers!
April 3, 5-9:30pm, $2 per oyster
Come meet Chef Trent Hazelberg and Restaurant Manager Megan Schaalma featuring different oysters from coast to coast paired with
Bibi Graetz, Casamatta Wine. Offering a fun,
flavorful experience you won’t forget.

Egg Hunt & Decorating
April 3, 10am and 10-Noon
Woodlake Market
The in-store Easter Egg Hunt begins at 10am
and enjoy Egg Decorating from 10am to Noon
($5 per dozen). Please call 920-457-6570 for
more information.
Easter Extravaganza
April 4, 2-4pm, FREE
Kohler Design Center
Grab your Easter basket and head to the
Kohler Design Center for a fun-packed day
featuring the Easter Bunny, Above & Beyond
Children’s Museum and the Balloon Lady.
With crafts, glitter tattoos, snacks, sciencethemed activities and a scavenger hunt, it’s
the perfect way to welcome spring with your
whole family.
Easter Brunch at Destination Kohler
April 5
Options include (prices do not include gratuity
and tax):
The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes: 10am3pm, $49.00 Adults, $18.00 Children ages 512
4 years and under complimentary (Plus gratuity and tax)
Wisconsin Room: À la Carte Breakfast Menu
Available 7-11am or Brunch 9am-2pm,
$45.00 Adults, $16.00 Children 5-12 years, 4
years and under complimentary
Blackwolf Run: 10am-4pm, $40.00 Adults,
$16 Children 5-12 years, 4 years and under
Taste of Scotland
April 11
Whistling Straits
Tartan Day celebrates Scottish heritage
around the world. It is celebrated on April 6th,
the day of Scottish declaration of independence in 1320. We celebrate this heritage as it
has strong “links” to the Championship Golf
offered at Kohler, the design behind Whistling
Straits and the home of our sister property in
St. Andrews. With special host Edrington
Group, featuring brands such as Macallan and
Highland Park, guests can enjoy a Scotch
tasting and seminar at The Winery Bar followed by an extraordinary evening at
Whistling Straits. This evening will have a reception in the Champions Locker Room featuring traditional Scottish entertainment. Then
guests will dine on a custom five-course

menu of Scottish fare created by Chef Dan
Dries. Brave souls can wear their kilts! For
more information and reservations call
Scotch Tasting at The Winery Bar 1-2pm or
3-4pm $30 per person plus tax
Dinner at Whistling Straits 6:30pm Reception / 7pm Dinner $125 per person plus tax &
Peaceful Warrior
April 14, 6:30-8:30pm, $30 per person cash
or check
Do you have a short fuse or get into frequent
arguments and fights, have explosive anger?
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher will teach
you to understand, control and find healthier
ways to express your anger. In this class you
will learn the early anger warning signs and
ways to cool down quickly. You will also be
given techniques to respond and perceive situations calmly and effectively. Learn a practical and holistic approach to move thru life as
a Peaceful Warrior. Please call 920-457-9543
to register.
April 18, 5:30pm, $4 per person
Appley Theater
Doors open at 5pm, movie starts at 5:30pm.
Concessions will be available. Children under
the age of 13 should be accompanied by an
The Modern Shaman
April 21 and April 30, 6:30-9pm, $79 per
person cash or check
Learn how to walk between worlds and live in
each one. Move thru life as an “energy
being”. You will learn techniques to heal yourself and others and create what you want by
changing your perception of the world. This
class focuses on the core essence of what it
is to be a shaman. Topics covered: What is
Shamanism, Don’t Squeeze the Shaman,
Human “Being of Light”, Know Thou Art
Spirit, and Who Are You. Presented by Reiki
Master/Teacher and Modern Shaman, John
Oestreicher. Includes certificate of Completion. Please call 920-457-9543 to register.
3 Sheeps Brewing Co. Barrel Aged Beer
April 23, 6pm, $50 per person

The Horse & Plow
Please join Brewmaster and Owners Grant
Pauly and James Owen of 3 Sheeps Brewing
Co. of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, as they showcase their latest project, a chardonnay oakbarrel-aged beer, along with some other fun
brews paired in a 5 course meal created by
the chefs of The Horse & Plow.
Call 1-800-344-2838 for reservations.
6pm Reception; 6:30pm Dinner
New Menu Launch Party!
April 23, 4-8pm
Kohler Waters Spa
Be the first to experience our newest spa
services at our New Menu Launch Party April
23! With our new menu launching in May, this
event will give you a sneak peak at our new
menu and allow you the opportunity to experience two express-services of your choice!
Experience our newest manicure that uses red
light therapy to give you younger, healthier
hands, or try our new Bamboo Bliss massage, using warm bamboo to skillfully manipulate the body. With six different services to
choose from, there is something for everyone
at this exclusive event! The event fee is $55
per person, which includes full Spa access
between 4-8pm, choice of two 25-minute
services, plus a $30 credit to apply towards
any retail purchase in the Spa Boutique (minimum $50 retail spend). Advance reservations
are required. Please contact Megan Hoffmann
at 920-451-2160 or to reserve your
appointment. Space is limited. Registration
fee is non-refundable and non-transferable for
special events.
Pre-Season Golf Sale
April 25, 8am-8pm
Blackwolf Run Wolf Pack Bear Clan Room
Save 20-80% on official Whistling Straits and
Blackwolf Run logo’d merchandise. For every
$50 purchase, receive a $5 Blackwolf Run
and Whistling Straits voucher, redeemable on
any future purchase at Blackwolf Run or
Whistling Straits Restaurant or Golf Shop.
Central Waters Beer Dinner
Thursday, April 30, 6:30pm, $95 per person,
plus tax and gratuity
The Immigrant Restaurant
Join Co-Owner Anello Mollica of Central Waters Brewing Company from Amherst, WI as

he takes you through a variety of their beer
portfolio, including some limited production
and anniversary edition brews, paired with
fresh and inspiring food creations of The Immigrant Restaurant team. Enjoy a meet and
greet in the Winery Bar before the 5-course
pairing dinner in the beautiful Normandy Room
of The Immigrant Restaurant. 1-800-344-2838
Blackwolf Run Forage Dinner
May 2, 1-7:30pm, $115.00 per person plus
tax and gratuity
Blackwolf Run
Join Blackwolf Run Chef and Manager Paul
Smitala and Blackwolf Run Banquet Chef Evan
Wallerman for an afternoon of looking for wild
mushrooms, wild onions and other seasonal
forage in the surrounding area. Return to
Blackwolf Run to discuss the findings, enjoy a
cooking demonstration on how to use the
products found followed by a 4-course dinner
incorporating these ingredients. For reservations call 920-803-3286 or 920-457-4448.

For more information, pricing details and
to register call Sports Core at 920-4574444 or online at for
more information.
Kids Night Out - Friday, April 10 - 5-9pm
Kids In Motion - Saturday, April 25 - 1011am
PNF Workshop - Saturday, April 18 - 910am
Kids on the Move – Saturdays, 10-11am
Cardio Tennis - Call for daily times.
Salon at Sports Core: April Salon Specials
– With every visit in the Salon, pick an egg
and receive special discounts on products
and services. Spring Forward with color in
the Salon – With any color service receiver
$10 off. *specials not valid with any other
coupons or discounts.

Special workshops and events will resume
in June. For more information, pricing details and to register call Yoga on the Lake
at 920-453-2817.
Friday Night Nidra - April 17 - 7-8:30pm $25