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219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044


JULY 1, 2015 | 920-331-4904

Peter Schueller
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates
appointed to Kohler launches new additions
Dark Chocolate Candy Bars, Sugar-Free
School Board
Landscape Tiles, and Divine Chunks
Submitted by School
Board President
Marlene Yang
At its June 15 meeting, the Kohler School
Board voted to appoint
Peter Schueller to the
Board replacing Matt
Mr. Schueller, a graduate of Kohler Schools, has been
president and owner of Lakeside
Bottling Company since 2012.
Mr. Schueller is a certified public
accountant who was previously a
partner with the audit and consulting firm, Deloite & Touche,
LLP. He and his wife, Erin, have
five children – four of whom are
currently enrolled in the District.
In addition to his professional
credentials, Mr. Schueller cited
the following personal attributes
in his letter of interest to the
• Forward and critical thinker
• Demonstrated leadership skills
• Bias towards thoughtful action
• Understanding and commitment to governance
• Willingness to serve

“I will use these skills
and my commitment to
help ensure that we are
providing the best
schools possible for all
of our children. As great
as my responsibilities
have been throughout
my career, serving our
children is the greatest
responsibility.” said Schueller.
Board President Marlene Yang
stated, “Mr. Schueller’s background compliments a Board of
talented and highly-accomplished
members: Chad Hamilton, Senior
VP and General Counsel for Sargento Foods, Inc; Diane Kelly, Executive Director of Talent
Development for Baker Tilly; and
Christina Koberstein, engaged
community leader. This is a critical time in public education. I
value the dedication of these community members to guide our
Peter Schueller’s appointment
to the Board will last through
April, 2016 when the seat will be
open for general election.

Traditional Independence
Day celebration in Kohler –
July 4 at Kohler Ravine Park
The Village of Kohler
will proudly present its annual July 4th Sousa Concert at Kohler Ravine Park
on Saturday, July 4.
Concessions open at
6:00 p.m., with the concert
starting at 8:00 p.m. presented by
the Kiel Municipal Band under the
direction of Dr. Jon Meyer. Fireworks will follow.

Enjoy brats, hot dogs,
hamburgers, cotton candy,
sno-cones and popcorn.
Concessions will be run by
the Kohler Schools Athletic
Department. The Kohler
Fire Department will sell
Rain date will be July 5. For
more information call The American Club at 920-457-8000.

Kohler Co. is pleased to announce three new
additions to the popular line of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates: Dark Chocolate Candy
Bars, Sugar-Free Landscape Tiles and Divine
Kohler chocolatier, Anette Righi DeFendi,
handcrafts the pieces with the finest ingredients to deliver an exceptional chocolate experience.
The new products debuted at the Summer
Fancy Food Show in New York City, June
28-30 and will be available for purchase in
August 2015.
Each product is handmade in Kohler,
Wisconsin at Destination Kohler, a Forbes
Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resort.
Dark Chocolate Candy Bars – A classic
favorite, these dark chocolate candy bars
are now available in three varieties: Savory, made with 55% cocoa; Complex,
made with 70% cocoa and Bold, made with
78% cocoa.
Sugar-Free Landscape Tiles – Offering
the same delicious taste of Kohler Chocolate, but without the sugar, Landscape Tiles
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Kohler Hospitality & Real Estate Hires Renee Suscha
as Manager – Village Realty and Development
Michael Belot, General
Kohler Co. announced
Renee Suscha as the ManKohler. “She has a unique
ager – Village Realty and
understanding and perDevelopment.
spective of the industry
As manager, Suscha
we are all so passionate
will attract and retain top
realtors, expand the presSuscha has a background
ence of Village Realty
Renee Suscha
in both real estate and hosthroughout Sheboygan
County and work with customers pitality industries stemming from
to help them have a positive expe- a variety of positions in Sheboygan
rience in buying or selling their County. In her seven years as a
Shorewest Realtors employee
“Renee is a rare find and excep- Suscha was awarded the National
tionally suited for this role,” said Real Estate Sales Award and the

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Most Increased Market Share
Award. As the owner and manager
of Lake View Mansion Bed &
Breakfast, Inc. of Sheboygan, she
has an understanding of the hospitality business. Additionally, she
spent 15 years in the pharmaceutical industry.
Suscha earned her BBA degree
in Management from UW-Whitewater and is an active community
member and has served as City of
Sheboygan Alderman and as a
Sheboygan County American
Heart Association President.


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are made with no-sugar added
dried blueberries, roasted almonds
and sugar-free chocolate that will
satisfy any sweet tooth.
Divine Chunks – Filled with a
chunky peanut butter center, the
Divine Chunks are available with a
milk chocolate shell. Each handcrafted piece has a unique color of
pink and purple.
“When developing our new
products, we wanted to create varieties that incorporate robust flavors
and excite the palate,” said Righi
DeFendi. “Our new Dark Chocolate Candy Bars appeal to the ultimate chocolate lover, offering a
richer and bolder taste, and the
Sugar Free Landscape Tiles’
slightly tart and nutty flavor combination is a match made in heaven.
Creating the Divine Chunks was an
exciting task for us as we wanted to
appeal to both children and adults,
with the taste and eye-catching colors.”
All three products will be available year-round. The new varieties
can be purchased, starting in August 2015, at Craverie Chocolatier
Café at The Shops at Woodlake

Authentic Spanish Cuisine
We are open for Lunch
Monday – Saturday from 11 am – 2pm
Open for Dinner
Monday – Thursday from 5 pm – 9 pm
Friday – Saturday from 5 pm – 10 pm

The Kohler Villager 10th Anniversary Special!
20% OFF first-time ads for the August 1 and/or August 15 issues!
Does not apply to $5 classified ads or 920-331-4904

Industry survey reveals Tender
Hearts Senior Care success
North American annual study proves staff turnover rate
lower than average which confirms retention efforts are
paying off
Sheboygan, WI – June 22, 2015 –
A consistent theme among employers today is the need to find
and retain quality employees. And
while no company is immune to
those challenges, Tender Hearts
Senior Care learned that their efforts are creating positive results.
In the 2015 Private Duty Benchmarking Study, Tender Hearts
found they had a significantly
lower turnover compared with the
88% for the Great Lakes region
and 62% study wide. The study
has been conducted annually since
2009 by Home Care Pulse and endorsed by the Home Care Association of America. The 2015
research surveyed 701 home care
service providers throughout
North America. In addition to employment issues, the study addresses finance, sales, marketing,
and operations to allow comparison to industry peers.
Ongoing education and support
have assisted in employment
longevity for Tender Hearts. Of
their entire team, 61% have provided over 10,000 hours of service
per caregiver and 91% of the team
has over 2,300 care hours per care-

giver. Typical for the home care
industry, employers offer online
training with course material accessed by caregivers when required by the agency. Tender
Hearts takes a different approach.
They use an on-premise classroom
allowing for customization and
flexibility to adapt to the needs of
their caregivers and clients. Their
in-person training assures each
member of the care team experiences optimal education and support to encourage ongoing growth.
“Our industry requires people
with a passion for care. Combine
that with the ability to deliver services for the unique needs of each
client and you quickly realize that
finding, and as importantly retaining, caregivers is crucial,” says
Todd Witting, co-owner of Tender
Hearts Senior Care. “To that end,
we created Essential Functions Assessments that each caregiver
completes to ensure they have the
skills necessary to serve the custom needs of the clients they will
be aiding. This means the caregiver is properly trained and also
helps forge long-term relationships
with those in our care.”

75% of the Tender Hearts team
has been with them for two or
more years and 50% for four or
more years. Those retention stats
become even more impressive
knowing that Tender Hearts provides services to more than double
the clients than other agencies
their size in the Great Lakes region
The final point of difference that
supports employee retention for
Tender Hearts is they have 4.5 support staff for the care team compared with 2.5 support staff
study-wide in agencies in their
revenue bracket.
Tender Hearts Senior Care
began in 2006 when founder
Dawn Wittig recognized a need to
provide personalized services to
elderly, physically or mentally disabled people who need more care
than family or friends can provide.
They serve clients throughout Sheboygan County with supportive,
personal, property, skilled services; long-term care planning; and
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920 Michigan Avenue,
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Phone: 920 783 6362



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Registration for the 2015 – 2016 soccer season for the communities of Cedar Grove, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg
and Sheboygan Falls has begun. This program is for youth
in grades 1 – 8 in the Fall of 2015. The fall season is from
September 12 – October 31, 2015 and the spring season is
from April 16 – June 4, 2016.

Come meet Elise and inspire your kitchen!
Award winning Local Author, Elise Cantrell will be at Richardson Kitchen
and Bath Showroom for a Book Signing

July 18th, 2015 from 10 a.m. -12 p.m.

Registrations received by July 15, 2015 will receive an early bird discount and are guaranteed
placement on a team. After July 15, all registrations

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For more information or to receive a registration form, please
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Village Realty & Development is pleased
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The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075 or toll free (800) 351-4371

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• Ranch with 2671 Sq Ft plus lower on .722 Acres
• Wall of windows in DR and LR w/fireplace
• 3 Bedrooms and den or 4th BR, 2.5 baths
• Lower Rec Room with bar and fireplace
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• Family room with fireplace
• 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2486 sq ft
• 2 Car garage, deck, shed, fenced yard
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Providing unsurpassed customer service is one of the
goals that Renee Suscha and Village Realty & Development have in common. With over 20 years of sales experience, including 7 years in real estate, she has assisted
many people find the perfect home. She received her BBA
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2856 N Taylor Dr., Sheboygan
• 3 Bedroom, 3 bath Condo with walk-out lower
• Overlooks the Maywood Park Preserve
• Cathedral ceilings, fireplace, dining room
• Fantastic kitchen with granite countertops
• Family room, sitting room, 2 car garage
• Screened in porch, maintenance free deck, patio
#3898 $329,900
Fred Stone 980-1370

914 Ashland Ave, Sheboygan
• Well maintained over the years
• 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1559 sq ft
• Updated kitchen with newer appliances
• Refinished original hardwood floors
• Generous Sun porch, updated bath
• Updated mechanical systems
• New roof in 2008, alley entry garage
#3899 $98,500
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• Kitchen appliances & washer-dryer included
• 3 Bedrooms plus 1.5 car detached garage
• Laundry on the main level
• Easy walk to Urban and North High Schools
• Why rent when you could own this home
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• 200 Feet of Lake Michigan frontage
• 2 Acre beautifully landscaped yard
• 1256 Main Level Sq Ft Ranch
• 3+ Bedrooms, 2 full baths
• Finished lower level adds another 1256 Sq Ft
• Oversized 2 car garage
• Large deck for entertaining
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N2380 Tamarack Ln, Oostburg
• 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 3310 sq. ft.
• 2.14 Private acres with woods and pond
• Huge living room with stone fireplace
• Family room with stone fireplace
• Spa room with 12 person Jacuzzi
• 3.5 Car garage, covered patio to view nature
#3890 $315,900
Fred Stone 980-1370

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• Updated half of duplex in heart of Kohler
• 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath, built in appliances
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• Commercial grade kitchen appliances
• Cozy sun porch, New 2 car garage
• New windows and doors, LL bath facility
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Terri Stewart 912-4303

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• Well Maintained with character & charm
• Oversized living room, 1st floor den
• Family room addition with bay window
• 3 large bedrooms, good closet space
• Over 1800 sq ft, Quaint reading nook
• Shared driveway but has it’s own 2 car garage
#3862 $159,900
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Central Lakeshore Conference –
Girls Softball
Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler finished in
a tie for 3rd place. The following players
were honored.



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Basketball Shoot Out

Central Lakeshore Conference –
Girls Soccer
The following players were honored
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Eastern Wisconsin Conference –
Boys Tennis
Kohler finished in 1st place. The
following players were honored.


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2500 Kohler Memorial Drive
Sheboygan, WI 53081

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Upcoming classes at Intentions
Forever Young
Is it possible to reverse the aging
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this class you will learn that is it possible to look, feel and be younger. Popular speaker, John Oestreicher will
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Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Meditation Training
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher
has been meditating for 30 years and
teaching meditation for ten years. In
this informative and relaxing class,
participants will learn: the benefits of
meditation, how and when to meditate,
focused attention, and how to slow
down and release the mind’s endless
chatter. Students will practice meditating and each individual will receive
a customized meditation based on their
goals and energy scan.
Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Healthy Sleep
Relaxation expert John Oestreicher
will teach you how to fall asleep easily
and quickly. Learn to sleep soundly
and release the endless monkey mind
chatter to create a restful night. Learn
about natural, holistic and practical
techniques that help you develop a
calm and peaceful mind for longer and
healthier sleep.
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)

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40 word limit.
Order online at
or drop off or mail to
The Kohler Villager
219 Church St.
Kohler, WI 53044
(Drop box located left of front door)

Kohler-Andrae State Park one of
most popular
By Kevin Struck
Based on a recent report,
Kohler-Andrae State Park had an
estimated 414,830 visitors in 2010,
which placed it 6th among Wisconsin’s 45 state parks. These visitors spent a total of $19,893,383
during their visit or en route. The
report, Economic Impacts of the
Wisconsin State Park System, was
published by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in
November, 2013. The nearly $20
million in visitor expenditures
ranked Kohler-Andrae 9th overall.

(Devil’s Lake was 1st in both categories.)
Positive opinions about our local
State Park are easy to find. “I
enjoy visiting Kohler-Andrae for
so many reasons, from taking my
bicycle out for a ride or going for
a walk, visiting friends at the
campsites, or even hanging out
down by the lakeshore with the
family,” said Sheboygan County
Associate Planner, Emily Vetting.
“I really enjoy having one of the
best state parks in Wisconsin just a
few miles away. It’s a beautiful

park for biking, hiking, walking on
the beach or just relaxing!” said
Indeed, many of Kohler-Andrae’s biggest fans are from relatively close by. Approximately
80% of the park’s visitors were
from an 8-county southeastern region that included Sheboygan,
Ozaukee, Washington, Waukesha,
Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and
Walworth. For comparison, only
55% of visitors to all Wisconsin
state parks came from a particular

park’s region.
The report also summarized visitor expenditures by the type of
state facility, with visitors spending an estimated $90 per person
per day at State Trails, $67 at State
Rec Areas, and $50 at State Parks.
Most of the additional spending at
State Trail sites was due to dollars
allocated for accommodations and
restaurants/bars by snowmobilers
and ATV riders, which was more
than double what was spent by
State Park visitors for the same

Photos by Mary Struck, The Kohler Villager

JULY 1, 2015


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page dedicated to new Kohler
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Join us this summer as music fills the air
along the shore of Wood Lake in Kohler.
Every Sunday, June 7-August 23, from
1 to 3pm, a fresh, exciting act will perform
live at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler.
Soak up some sun, kick back with a bite
to eat or a cold refreshment, and enjoy
the free summer concert series courtesy
of Destination Kohler. In case of inclement
weather, concerts will take place in the
Breezeway at The Shops at Woodlake.

Military veterans, families and friends are invited to share
stories and photos on a Facebook page that has been set up in
conjunction with the Kohler Civic Club’s new Veterans Memorial.
The Kohler Civic Club envisions memorial, which was dedicated this past November at Kohler Cemetery, as a “Celebration Memorial” that not only honors veterans, but is meaningful
to the veterans, their family and freinds, and all who visit it.
Visit to view photos
of the dedication, old documents relating to Kohler residents
who served or registered for the draft, military headstones at
Kohler cemetery, and more. No Facebook account is required
to view the page, but you will need to register an account to
post or comment.
You may also email photos etc. to
and I will post them on the page for you.

For more information, visit


Join us for the 2015 Cedar Landing

Summer Band Concerts!
5 p.m. – Food concessions available
6 to 8 p.m. – Band performances
FREE Concerts – Open to the public!

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and the Wisconsin Arborist Association.

Tuesday, July 28

Jerry Schneider Band

Tuesday, Aug. 11

Bob Kuether Band

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the music!

101 Cedar Lane
Elkhart Lake, WI 53020



JULY 1, 2015





Kohler Elementary
students awarded
Presidential Awards
Congratulations to the following
students for earning the Presidential Awards at Kohler Elementary
School. Earning the “Gold” award
by having almost all A’s and at
least an 85% standardized test
score are: Kyle Cech, Ava Childs,
Sophia DePagter, Allyson Foote,
Quincy Holmes, Molly Melowski,
Cohen Otte, Katelyn Roblee, Benjamin Roeber, Brock Romanoski,
Sophia Sokhi, and Natalie
Udovich. Earning the “Silver”
award by effort, improvement

and/or just missing the gold list
are: Casey Bartelt, Grace Breitenbach, Edward Bullard, Florence
Butterfield, Hailey Cole, Aaditya
Devkota, Henry Dierkes, Makenna
Elmendorf, Kennedy Gebler,
Olivia Hunsucker, Isabel Kehoe,
Tobias Landes, Nicole Roatch,
Charles Roeder, Kimberly Schipper, John Senti, Malinda Shaw,
Stalzer, William Tipton, Grant
Unger and Madeline Wohlgemuth.

Please fill out and return this census form
even if you do not have children.

Friday, December 16

This form is to obtain information for our census. Please complete the questions with reference to all persons in you household, from birth to 21 years inclusive, married or single.

1:45 p.m.

If you do not have any children, write “none” in column 1.

Please complete
this form
of whether your children are in public, private or
not currently enrolled in any school at the present. The form may be brought to the
High School office or mailed. If you have any questions, please call 803-7200.
CHILD FIND – Subchapter IV of Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes mandates that school district personnel are aware of
all children between the ages of birth and 20 who have or are suspected of having physical or orthopedic disability, cognitive disability, or other developmental disabilities such as hearing impairment, visual disability, speech or language
disability, emotional disturbance, learning disability, autism, traumatic brain injury or any combination of conditions
which may result in the need for exceptional educational services to supplement or replace regular education. If such a
condition exists with any of your children, please list in the column that deals with the disabled.
Providing this information will assist in appropriate referrals to meet your needs.
Under school attended, please write the name of the school and check public or non-public.

Donations sought for
fifth grade trip to Trees
for Tomorrow Camp
Donations are being sought to
partially fund sixteen Kohler fifth
grade students so they may attend
Trees for Tomorrow in October.
The fifth grade is hoping to fund
about one third of the total expense
and needs to raise approximately

Please return the bottom portion to the High School office by
August 1, 2015.
Kohler School District
333 Upper Road.

I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct.
Anyone who is interested in donating to this learning experience ______________________________________________________________________________________
should contact fifth grade teacher Last name
Child’s Name
Birth Date
School & Grade
(Birth to 21)
(If any)

2015 Kohler High School graduates
Marisa Allison Adams
Sierra Marie Aguirre
Adrienne Julianna Ahlborg
Jessica Anne Beasley
Taylor James Bertschy
Emily Kate Boland
Trevor Matthew Bramstedt
Andrew James Bryce
Hannah Elise Cantrell
David Chen
Megan Elizabeth Conklin
Noah David Fink
Lily Nicole Hart
Berta Hidri

Audra Kristine Hoffmann
Aidan Michael Hogan
Alyssa Shae Holtz
Bethany Anne Kay
Kaleigh Skye Kraft
Annika Hanson Lee
Katherine Ann Lindow
Benjamin Gerald Madigan
Patrick Dominic Marzano
Jack Alexander O'Keefe
Sujeeth Goud Ramagoni
Katherine Elizabeth Ruelle
Connor Scott Sbrocco
Leigh Erin Schlecht

Joseph James Schmitt
Carson William Schneider
Hannah Marian Smith
Levi Ammon Smith
Lauren Hailey Splivalo
Rebecca Marie Stock
Sarah Elisabeth Sutherland
John William Tengowski
Charles James Tobin
Jordan Alexander Toeller
Jakob Mitchell Cain Wickert
Tommy Tsimneej Xiong

JULY 1, 2015


Ping Pong tourney held
at the youth center




Simran Bhatia
finishes first at
national chess

Submitted photo

A Ping Pong tournament was recently held at the Kohler Youth Center. Each day’s champion signed a green shirt.

Simran Bhatia, who will be a fifth grader at Kohler Elementary this fall, participated in the 2015 US Junior
Open National Chess Championship held at Schaumburg
IL June 12-14.
The prestigious annual three-day, six-round National
USCF rated chess championship was hosted by
ChessIQ Academy. The competition included 184 players under age 21 from all over the United States. Simran
finished first place in the U1200 section, where she competed against 38 players in the under age 11 category.

Kohler Elementary end of school field day
Thank you to all volunteers
who made this year’s Field
Days a huge success!

Kohler Classic results announced
Kohler School Friends PTO
hosted the 9th Annual Kohler
Classic 5k/1 mile Run/Walk on
Saturday June 13, 2015. Proceeds
from the event support the students
and faculty of the Kohler School
District through curriculum enhancements. This year’s overall
winners of the 1 Mile Fun Run are
Ashton Brusse and Molly
Melowski. The 5k overall winners
are Jack Kral 17:31 and Ashley
Scheele 19:36. All of the results
will be posted at To view photos, visit

Kohler School Friends Parent
Teacher Organization would like
to thank everyone who supported
the 2015 Kohler Classic! This
event would not be possible without the dedication of our volunteers and the generosity of our
sponsors. Your support is greatly
appreciated and we are proud to
list your names.
Committee Members: Event Directors, Kerri Roeder and Sara
Smith; Co-director, Josh Andrews; Fundraising, Cathy Cassady; Goody bags, Jessica Biever;

Timing/Results, Katie LeBlanc;
Awards, Jen Roeber; Concessions, Darlene Beaudoin; Sonny
Anderson, Chelsie Warner.
Volunteers: Cheryl VanZeeland,
Leslie Yetzer, Maggie Melowski,
Dawn Shepherd, Alex Shepherd,
Zach Jarentowski, Carter Gebler,
Deb LaDuke, Mary Kral, Shawna
Uselding, Beth Tengowski,
Brooke Warren, Rhonda Holland,
Paula Anderson, Kirk Anderson,
Ashley Tebeast, Lisa Boucchini,
Duane Dumez, Gena Gebler,
Judy Hoffman, Jennifer Zugal,

Kristin Otte, Sydney Smith, Lisa
Green, Craig LeBlanc, Ben
LeBlanc, Rachel Montes, Arvin
Montes, Spencer Andrews, Brendan Biever, Michelle Pociask,
Chief Rutton and the Kohler Police
Event Sponsors:
Gold - $500 and above
Kohler Tourism & Promotion,
Kohler Co., The Kohler Villager,
Kohler School Friends PTO, Dr.
Linda Bryce-Family Dentistry,
Pepsi Lakeside Bottling Co., Pre-

vea Health, and Sargento.
Silver - $250-$500
Johnson Bank, Hess Dental Care,
Sheboygan Oral & Maxillofacial
Surgery, Sheboygan Chevy,
Remax Universal Realty, Jimmy
John’s, Magestro Orthodontics,
Alliant Energy, Wisconsin Bank &
Trust, Kennedy Ford-Shboygan
Bronze - $100-$249
BMO Harris Bank, Bitter Neumann, Mountain Promotions,
Sweet Potato’s, Caan’s

10 JULY 1, 2015




Board of Education Regular Meeting – May 11, 2015
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 7:06
p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Paula Anderson
called roll. The following board members were present: Marlene Yang, Chad Hamilton and Diane Kelly.
Statement of Public Notice
May 8, 2015
Approval of Agenda
Chad Hamilton moved to approve the agenda. Diane
Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Board President’s Report (Marlene Yang)
Marlene met with Tom Schnettler to discuss how
to attract future Kohler residents and how to
make Kohler the residence of choice for new
Superintendent’s Report (Quynh Trueblood)
Congratulations to Emma Egbert and Cindy Zheng for
receiving a medal and special award for Civil Rights
for their project on Judy Chamberlin.  Three projects
are moving on to the National competition in June in
Maryland.  Special recognition goes to: Kate O’Leary
with her play on Elizabeth Blackwell , Nicole Koenecke and Hannah Neist with their exhibit on Mahatma Gandhi, Grace Unger and Cecilia Zielke with
their exhibit on William Lloyd Garrison.  Our students’ achievement is made possible, in part, by the
full-hearted support of their teachers: Ms. Mona
LaBudde and Mr. Matt Beyens and their
families.  Thank you to Mrs. LaBudde and Mr.
Beyens and families for their support.
Congratulations to Ian Creek, Matt Feltner, and
Alexandrea Willadsen for their outstanding performance at the state forensics competition earning them
letters and silver medals.  Forensic performances
are judged on composure and the ability to connect
with the audience.  For all students, there is a
healthy amount of anxiety and Matt and Ian overcame the unique adversities associated with Autism
Spectrum Disorder.  The difference was made by the
extraordinary efforts of the faculty of the special education department: Ms. Lori Schmid for tireless
practicing and traveling to the competition and support throughout the process, Mrs. Kim Wilkens and
Ms. Alree Thee for their supportive coaching.  Our
entire school community celebrates this moment of
Students of Mr. Tengowski’s advisory raised money
for charity from the sales of a chance to throw
cream pie in the faces of Mr. Poytinger, Ms.
Godlewski, Mr. Bocchini, and me.  We discovered
that cream is an effective hair product! In the spirit
of community building, it was good fun for all.
The school community celebrated the extraordinary
work of our teachers and support staff at a luncheon
hosted by the Kohler School Friends and with gifts of
appreciation throughout the week.  Special thanks to
Nicole Brigham for the thoughtful gifts and Sonja
Heins, Beth Tengowski, and Linda Lewis for preparing the luncheon.
Seeds planted, straw laid, hope to see first blades of
grass come Memorial weekend.  In the fall, Soccer
games will be played on the football field.  Practice
facilities will be onsite on the west field, planted last
year, for football and soccer practices in coordination with coaches and game schedules.  A summer
and fall fundraising drive for lights on the soccer
field is ahead.
BUDGETAn unprecedented groundswell in opposition
to the proposed cuts to the education budget has
spread across the state. Board resolutions, superintendent and teacher letters to legislators and editorials, parent groups testimonials at public hearings,

and alliances with business partners is making a
statement that Wisconsin public schools need the
restoration of 127M in proposed cuts to the biennium budget. Restoration of the cuts would put
schools back to zero rather over negative.  As State
Superintendent Evers states, “Zero is not a win.”
The state’s budget process will conclude in the next
weeks.  I applaud and thank everyone who has
taken interest and action in support of funding for
quality public education in our community.
I wish to thank the board, faculty, and families for
their time and commitment to the input sessions for
principals for our three schools.  It is crystal clear
we are a community deeply invested in our schools.
We share excitement over finding the best to lead
our schools.
A presentation by the committee provided teachers
with the committee’s goals, process, guiding questions, research, and the performance-base salary
model.  There was overwhelming consensus for appreciation for the committee’s work and board’s
commitment to supporting quality educators.
High school students from Key Club and I were delighted to spend our afternoon with the community
at the  Fireman’s picnic fundraiser.  I am so proud of
how our high school students served in the spirit of
giving to the community.
The theme: Closing the communication gap: Building relationships with key audiences in your district
is a
tImely topic for Kohler School District and its future
commitment to strategic communication. The new
role for school leaders includes Evidence Based Advocacy. We will be listening and learning together to
strengthen our community through the work of our
Principal’s Report (Lori Neurohr)
Elementary News
Thanks to the generosity of the Kohler School Foundation, our fourth grade students recently went on a
field trip to JA Biztown.  JA BizTown gives thousands
of students in grades four through six the opportunity to run banks, manage restaurants, read utility
meters, use debit cards, and even vote.  It combines
in-class learning with a daylong visit to their
facility.  It is a fully interactive, true-to-life simulation where students learn the fundamental relationship between academics and life beyond
school.  Their interactive curriculum engages and
excites students, leading to stronger critical-thinking
and decision-making skills and more confidence.
Middle School News
The 8th grade students attended Junior Achievement’s Finance Park on Friday, April 24th.  Over the
past month, advisors have been teaching the kids
the JA Curriculum to prepare them for their experience on this day.  The experience took place from
9am - 1:30pm.
The eighth graders got to see what financial decisions parents need to make on a weekly basis.  The
advisors heard many comments from students
throughout the day about their excitement and what
they learned.  Many of them were in aww about
budgeting their money and realizing that the dollar
does not go very far.  Each student was given a situation.  For example, married, 2 children, credit score
of 500, income of $25000 per year, and had to make
their purchasing decisions based on their scenario
in the following areas: home, vehicle, cell phone
plan for their family, eating out, clothing purchases,
and many more.  They even had to make credit card
payments in addition to paying utilities!  Their goal
was to have a balance of $0 at the end.  This included putting money into savings and giving to
charities, if they could afford it.  

JA does a great job making the experience as realistic as possible.  Their curriculum prepared the students to make the best educated decisions based on
their specific financial situation.  Thank you to the
Kohler Foundation for funding this worthwhile field
trip for our students.
163 elementary students and 184 middle school
students completed their Badger testing over the
last several weeks.  I want to acknowledge the hard
work of the students, the teachers who proctored the
tests, Ryan Miller for his outstanding technical support and Karen Ingels for diligence in making sure
everything ran smoothly.   
High School Certificates of Honor
Quynh Trueblood presented the following high school
students with certificates of honor : Madeson Albrecht, Hank Biznek, Abby Cieszynski, Joe Coppersmith, Hannah Coppersmith, Ashlyn Finney, Amelia
Grose, Isabel Heins, Riland Hidri, Zach Hoell, Audra
Hoffmann, Casey Johnson, Brigita Kant, Charles
Keller, Jack Kohler, Sam Kohler, Kaleigh Kraft, Hunter
Lewinski, Katie Lindow, Michael Maggi, Ben Maki,
Amanda Meyer, Taylor Oreck, Lauren Perzewski, Sam
Pfrang, Lorrigan Puls, Kaleigh Roeder, Jenny Rutten,
Rachel Safford, Carson Schneider, Frances Scheuller,
Toni Soriano, Megan Sprinkman, Kelsey Stock, Tyler
Tuttle, Charles Twohig, Cameron Uselding, Emily
Vallo, Sam Wenberg, Lucas Wesemann, Tilydia Xiong,
Tiffany Xiong, and Christy Zheng.
National History Day presentations by Kohler
Middle School Students
Cecelia Zielke and Grace Unger gave a presentation
regarding William Lloyd Garrison. Hannah Neist and
Nicole Konecke gave a presentation about Mahatma
Gandhi. Kate O’Leary spoke about Elizabeth Blackwell. These students will be attending the national
competition in College Park, Maryland.
Review of District Finances
The budget continues to be on track. No finance
committee was held this month.
Consent Agenda
Approval of April 13, 2015 Board Meeting minutes
and April 27, 2015 Special Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee—No items to report
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
College and Career Advisor position
2004 State Trust Fund Loan
Resolution of Fund 46
Residual Fund Balance
Diane Kelly moved to approve the consent agenda.
Chad Hamilton seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Accept the resignation of Matt Kautzer, Kohler
School Board Member
Chad Hamilton moved to accept the letter of resignation of Matt Kautzer. Diane Kelly seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Election of Board Officers
Quynh Trueblood called for nominations for the office
of board president. Diane Kelly nominated Marlene
Yang as president. Chad Hamilton seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried. Diane Kelly nominated Christina Koberstein as vice-president. Chad
Hamilton seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried. Marlene nominated Diane Kelly as treasurer.
Chad Hamilton seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried. Diane Kelly nominated Chad Hamilton
as clerk. Marlene Yang seconded. All ayes. Motion
Appoint CESA 7 Representative
Marlene Yang appointed Christina Koberstein as the
CESA 7 representative.
Set monthly meeting date

Chad moved to designate the 2nd and 4th Monday of
the month as meeting dates. Diane seconded. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of depository
Chad moved to continue the relationship with Associated Bank, Sheboygan division as the designated
depository. Diane seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of newspaper
Diane moved to designate the Sheboygan Press as
the School District of Kohler official newspaper designee. Chad seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of Kohler Times
Chad moved to designate the Kohler Times for publication of the official board meeting minutes. Diane
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Designation of legal advisor
Chad moved to approve Jim Korom from
von Briesen & Roper, s.c. as the Kohler School District legal advisor. Diane seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Announcement of school board terms
Marlene Yang announced the following:
Marlene Yang, term beginning in the year 2013 and
ending in the year 2016
Christina Koberstein, term beginning in the year
2014 and ending in the year 2017
Chad Hamilton, term beginning in the year 2015 and
ending in the year 2018
Diane Kelly, term beginning in the year 2015 and
ending in the year 2018
Accept the resignation of Jenna Hammann, 3rd
grade teacher
Diane Kelly moved to accept the resignation of Jenna
Hammann. Chad Hamilton seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the resignation of Becky Morgan, special
education aid
Chad Hamilton moved to accept the resignation of
Becky Morgan. Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of John Waters, 4th grade
Diane Kelly moved to hire John Waters. Chad Hamilton seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Sydney Cleven, 3rd grade
Diane Kelly moved to hire Sydney Cleven. Chad
Hamilton seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Approve the National History Day finalists to attend the competition in College Park, Maryland
Chad Hamilton moved to approve the NHD finalists
to attend the out-of-state competition. Diane Kelly
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve new policy 8550—Competitive Food
Sales as recommended by NEOLA and the ad hoc
policy committee
Diane Kelly moved to approve policy 8550. Chad
Hamilton seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Chad Hamilton moved to adjourn. Diane Kelly seconded the motion. All ayes. The meeting adjourned
at 8:10 pm.

JULY 1, 2015







4th of July Sousa Concert
The Village of Kohler proudly presents the 4th of July Sousa Concert
Saturday, July 4. Join us for an exciting night of live music and entertainment at Kohler Ravine Park. Free
Concessions open at 6pm, Sousa Concert starts at
8pm, followed by fireworks.
Music presented by Kiel Municipal Band under the
direction of Dr. Jon Meyer.
Enjoy brats, hot dogs, hamburgers, cotton candy, snocones and popcorn. Concessions run by the Kohler
Schools Athletic Department. The Kohler Fire Department will sell beer.
Rain date July 5. For more information call The
American Club at 920-457-8000.

Bike Safety Day
On June 6, 2015 the Kohler Police Department held
a bike safety day in the parking lot adjacent to the
Village Hall buildings. We had approximately 45 attendees with some really nice weather. Officer
Matthew Hocevar and Administrative Assistant
Jodie Kuklinski did a good job in preparing for the
event this year. Harley from Wolf’s Cycle was present and did a safety inspection on each bicycle.
Each attendee received a new bicycle helmet and a
bike accessory along with a beverage and a bag of
chips. The bicycle helmets were provided at a discount and fitted by Aurora Memorial Medical Center. The chips were donated by Frito Lay of
Oostburg and the soda was donated by Lakeside
Pepsi out of Sheboygan Falls. We all look forward
to doing it again next year. Pictures of the event are
posted on the Kohler Police Department website at
New Website
When you go to, you will
find that the website has been updated. We still
have the vacation checks and bike license application on the site. Administrative Assistant Jodie
Kuklinski put a lot of hard work into it, and hopefully you find the new site to be better than the previous one.

The Village Board thanked Bill Kunst for his years of
outstanding service and contributions to the Village of
Kohler as a Trustee.

Village Meetings Scheduled for July
Property Committee
Finance Committee
Library Board (at Library)
7/13 Village Board
7/23 Planning Commission

5:00 pm
5:00 pm
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
4:30 pm

All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Follow the Village of Kohler on
Twitter @KohlerVillage.
2nd Installment Real Estate Tax Payments
If you didn’t pay your real estate taxes in full, the second installment of your tax bill is due July 31, 2015.
Payments can be made in person at the Sheboygan
County Treasurer’s Office, 508 New York Avenue,
Sheboygan. If paying by mail, the payment must be
post marked on or before July 31, 2015, checks or
money orders only, payable to the Sheboygan County
Treasurer, 508 New York Avenue, Sheboygan, WI
53081. Second installment payments cannot be accepted at the Village of Kohler Clerk-Treasurer’s Office. If you have any questions regarding payment of
property taxes, please call the Sheboygan County
Treasurer’s Office at 920-459-3015.
Office Hours
The Village Offices will be closed Friday, July 3. Regular office hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 4:00

Parking issues
This is just a reminder that the Village has restrictions on parking of trailers, campers, and RV’s on
any Village street for longer than a 24 hour period.
If an owner of an RV needs longer than that for
preparation for a trip, contact the police department.
The ordinance (11.20.030) was enacted to limit the
amount of boats and other types of trailers on the
streets for several reasons, including esthetics.

The July Activity Calendar at the Youth Center has
been set. Up and coming events include the popular
Ping Pong Tournaments, Friday Night Movie Nights
and free billiards all day on Sundays. Exciting
events for the month of July include: a middle
school lock-in July 14, talent show July 22, and a
live band and our 100th day of operation celebration
on July 25. Check our website for all the details
and to see the Activity Calendar at a glance.
Details of our events are as follows:
Games Anyone will be held Tuesday, July 7 at 2PM.
Please meet at the Youth Center or Pool and join in
the fun.
Ping Pong Tournaments are held throughout the
month of July. Win the tournament and sign our
“champion t-shirt”. This t-shirt will be on display at
the Youth Center all summer.
Friday night movie night begins each Friday at
6PM. This is held in the middle and high school carpeted area.
Free Billiard Sundays – ever wanted to learn how to
play pool? Come on down on Sundays for a chance
to practice your skills all day.
Middle School Lock-In July 14 from 7:30-11PM.

All Middle School kids entering grades 6 -8 are
invited to an evening of “locked-in” fun at the
pool and in the Youth Center. Lock-in snack special includes a hot dog, small drink, chips and a
25¢ or 50¢ piece of candy for $3.
Talent Show July 22 from 7:30-11PM. Calling all
talent! Whether you sing, juggle, dance or do
stand-up comedy this talent show is for you. Come
up with an original talent and showcase it this
evening at the Youth Center. Talent show snack
special include a hot dog, small drink, chips and a
25¢ or 50¢ piece of candy for $3.
invite you to stop in and take a look at our newly
renovated facility. There will be festivities, hourly
specials and a confetti throw at 12:30 p.m. We are
hoping to book our first high school live band performance. Watch for upcoming details.
Game Night July 28 from 6-8PM. FREE Air
Hockey, Pool and Ping Pong. Come learn how to
play or take on a friendly game.
KPAL Swim Meet July 30 at 7PM. All swimmers
competing in the swim meet will earn a FREE Hot
Dog at the Youth Center!

Recreation Department Programs in July
6Adventure Camp M-F 1-3pm
Swim Lessons M-TH 9am & 10am
13 – Playground Games M-F 1-3pm
Youth Team Tennis M-TH mornings
15 – Swim lesson session 3 registration opens
20 – Princess Camp M-F 1-3pm
27 – Boys’ Fun Camp M-TH 1-3pm
KLC Youth Football Camp M-TH 1-3pm
Swim Lessons M-TH 9am & 10am
30 – Doll Buggy Parade 4:30pm
KPAL Swim Meet 6pm
To find more details on each activity please check
out our website,
The Village Board approved the following items
during their May 11th meeting:
• Resolution No. 2015-6, Opposing Elimination
of Personal Property Taxes.
• Fireworks permit for Riverbend for June 27.
• Operator’s licenses as presented.
• Hiring of Hunter Lewinski and Cassandra
Nicholson for the Youth Center.
• March 2015 Revenue & Expense reports, bank
reconciliation and journal entries.
• Replacing cracked driveway panel at 139 Market Street when the street is repaved.
• Corrpro $2,200 installation charge for submersible mixer and wiring at the water tower.
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Brett Edgerle
Susan Jaberg
Charles Keller
John Pethan
Brian Post
Mike Zimmermann

Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof

Laurie Lindow

Erin Coppersmith

Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini

12 JULY 1, 2015




Celebrate Summer at Kohler Waters Spa
The Kohler Waters Spa celebrates summer with seasonal
spa services and special offers.
Seasonal Spa Services.
Two inspired Seasonal Spa
Services will be featured for a
limited time at the Five-Star
Kohler Waters Spa – the
Golfer’s Massage celebrates
the resort’s top sport, and the
Coconut Bliss Pedicure incorporates the scents of summer.
The 50-minute Golfer’s Massage ($155/$180 Saturdays) is
a deeply restorative treatment

designed specifically for the
golfer, combining stretching
and deep-tissue massage to
relieve sore or tight muscles
and increase flexibility. The 50minute Coconut Bliss Pedicure
($90) is a mini tropical vacation
featuring a hydrating fizzy ball
soak, sugar scrub exfoliation
and a shea butter foot
massage with tropical scents
of toasted coconut, lime and
sandalwood. Offered for a limited time July 1 through
September 30, 2015.

Spa Retail Summer Offers
All offers are available both
at the Kohler Waters Spa Boutique as well as online at
• Complimentary travel size
Kerstin Florian Rescue Crème
with any 2 item Kerstin Florian
Correcting Skincare Purchase.
• Sun Protection Focus: ALL
Sun care products 20% Off
(Includes Jane Iredale mineral
foundation, Skin Authority
Sunscreen Moisturizer SPF 30
and Age Defense SPF 15, Ker-

stin Florian Multi-Vitamin Day
Crème SPF 30, Kaplan M.D. Lip
• Declare Your Independence
from Frizzy Hair – featuring
Moroccanoil Smoothing Collection – 25% Off the following
Moroccanoil products:
Smoothing Shampoo,
Smoothing Conditioner,
Smoothing Lotion, Smoothing
Mask, Frizz Control,
Moroccanoil treatment.

July Community Days!
Kohler Waters Spa wants to
welcome the local community
into the Spa with an extra special promotion on
Wednesdays throughout July!
Enjoy 20% off all 50-minute
and 80-minute services on
Wednesdays! Call 855-2837137 for reservations. Not
valid with other discounts or
promotions. Not available for
contracted groups. Not applicable to seasonal services.

MacKenzie-Childs Flower
Market Sale
July 1-31
Kohler Gardener
Enjoy 25% off MacKenzie-Childs
Flower Market enamelware.* In
stock merchandise only. While
supplies last. Not valid with any
other offers. Please call 920-4585570 for more information.
Summers Stylish Gift with
July 1-19
Wisconsin Trader
Purchase $125 or more in
women’s apparel and receive a
complimentary wristlet ($32 retail
Wristlets are the perfect addition
to any warm-weather ensemble.
Colorful, functional and a great
grab-and-go option to a
handbag. *Valid on regular-priced
merchandise only. While supplies
last. One per customer. Cannot be
combined with other offers.
Please call 920-451-2113 for
more information.
Exhibit: Luminescence
Through July 19
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
Luminescence celebrates three
artists exploring light in their
chosen medium. Watercolor artist
Jean Crane (WI) masterfully
captures the life source and
energy of her subjects by
exploiting the wonderful
transparency of the medium and
the sense of light it creates.
Sculptor c.t. whitehouse (WI) frees
the viewer to appreciate the
remarkable ways light can play
upon a bronze surface by
creating simple forms and using
minimal finishing techniques.
Jeweler Julie Cohn (TX) marries
old-world casting techniques with
a modern aesthetic allowing the
luster of metal and semiprecious
stones to emerge. All works in
this exhibition are available for
purchase. Arts Center members
receive a 10% discount. Please
call 920-452-8602 for more
Traditional Fourth of July
Celebration, Sousa Concert and
July 4, Rain date July 5
Kohler Ravine Park
The Village of Kohler presents the
July 4th celebration. Concession

stands sponsored by Kohler High
School Boys and Girls Basketball
Teams open at 6pm, Beer stand
sponsored by Kohler Fire
Department, Popcorn vendor
sponsored by Country Kettle,
Balloon art for children, Sousa
Concert performed by Kiel
Municipal Band with Claire
Powling doing vocal at 8pm; and
the finale – Fireworks by
Bartolotta Fireworks in the Kohler
Schools Ball Park.
Sounds of Summer – A
Boutique Concert Series
Sundays through August 23,
1-3pm, FREE
Waterfront Rotunda at The Shops
at Woodlake Kohler
Join us this summer as music fills
the air along the shore of Wood
Lake in Kohler. Every Sunday June
7-August 23 from 1-3pm, a fresh,
exciting act will perform live at
the Waterfront Rotunda at The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler. All
concerts are complimentary and
open to the public. Concessions
available for purchase.
July 5 - Kevin Kennedy - Hits
from the ’50s to today
July 12 - Rana Roman Trio Jazz and pop favorites
July 19 - Blue Light Scene High-energy party band
July 26 - Ain’t Misbehavin Trio
- Eclectic, energetic variety band
Forever Young
July 7, 6:30-8:30, $30
Is it possible to reverse the aging
process? Can we grow younger?
In this class you will learn that is it
possible to look, feel and be
younger. Popular speaker, John
Oestreicher will present antiaging studies and how other
cultures have reversed the aging
process. Learn natural, holistic
and practical techniques that will
help you tap in to the “fountain
of youth” within you. Please call
920-457-9543 for reservations.
Summer Demonstration Kitchen
July 11 and 18, 11am or 2pm, $35
Demonstration Kitchen at The
Shops at Woodlake
For the first time, Destination
Kohler hosts a Summer
Demonstration Kitchen Series
featuring seasonal-themed
recipes and beverage pairings
suited for al fresco dining and

entertaining. The series features
six sessions with culinary topics
ranging from grilling and
barbequing to salsas and
ceviches, presented by the
restaurant chefs of Destination
Kohler. Each session is hosted at
The Shops at Woodlake’s
Demonstration Kitchen – a
working kitchen that provides an
intimate, informal setting –
bringing together professional
chefs and enthusiastic foodies for
presentations, preparation and
tasting. Sessions are scheduled on
Saturdays through July 18
(excluding July 4) with one-hour
presentations at 11am and 2pm.
All sessions include food tastings,
a beverage pairing and recipes
for $35 per person, plus tax. To
make a reservation, call 888-2937337 and ask for Demonstration
Kitchen reservations.
July 11 - Perfecting the
Backyard Barbecue and Pairing
the Perfect Beer - Zeke
Fitzgerald Head Chef and Peter
Mueller, bar manager from the
town of Kohler’s historic tavern;
The Horse and Plow
July 18 - Salsas and Cervezas Chef Josef Powell and Beverage
Pro Ryan Beebe showcasing the
world of salsas, from hot and
spicy to sweet and tart. Presented
with classic beers from south of
the border.
Hydrotherapy Celebration
July 20, 4-8pm, $55
Kohler Waters Spa
Experience water treatments with
the hydrotherapy experts at
Kohler Waters Spa. Mini
treatment selections include a
healthy magnesium infusion, full
body exfoliation and bathing
experiences. Fee includes a 25minute service plus a $25 credit
to apply towards any retail
purchase in the spa boutique of
$50 or more. Please contact
Megan Hoffman at or
call 920-451-2160 to make your
reservation. Fee is non-refundable
and non-transferable. Full Spa
Access is not included.
Horse & Plow Ballast Point Beer
July 21, $50
Horse &Plow
The Horse & Plow Beer Dinner
with Ballast Point Brewery and
Distillery features a reception and

5-course dinner with pairings
featuring Ballast Point’s finest
products. For reservations call
920-457-8000 ext. 55405
Meditation Training
July 21, 6:30-8:30pm, $30
Relaxation expert John
Oestreicher has been meditating
for 30 years and teaching
meditation for ten years. In this
informative and relaxing class,
participants will learn: the benefits
of meditation, how and when to
meditate, focused attention, and
how to slow down and release
the mind’s endless chatter.
Students will practice meditating
and each individual will receive a
customized meditation based on
their goals and energy scan.
Please call 920-457-9543 for
Summer Sidewalk Sale
July 24-26
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
Summer specials in the open air.
Fashions, furnishings and more at
exceptional savings of 25-75% on
select merchandise. Please call
920-459-1713 for more
Healthy Sleep
July 28, 6:30-8:30pm, $30
Relaxation expert John
Oestreicher will teach you how to
fall asleep easily and quickly.
Learn to sleep soundly and
release the endless monkey mind
chatter to create a restful night.
Learn about natural, holistic and
practical techniques that help you
develop a calm and peaceful
mind for longer and healthier
sleep. Please call 920-457-9543
for reservations.
2015 PGA Championship
August 10-16, $30-$95
Whistling Straits Golf Course
Defending PGA Champion Rory
McIlroy and more than 150 of the
world’s best golfers will compete
for the coveted Wanamaker
Trophy this August as the PGA
Championship makes its third
visit to Whistling Straits. Weekly
tickets sold-out last year, with
ticket purchasers from all 50
states and 28 countries. However,
a limited number of daily tickets
remain available for purchase. Of
note, Championship-round
(Thursday-Sunday) daily tickets

are predicted to sell-out well in
advance of this Major
Championship, so fans are
encouraged to act quickly to
secure their spot. Fans should
also note that each ticketed adult
can bring up to four juniors (age
17 and under) with them for free
each day of the Championship. To
purchase tickets, visit
Horse & Plow Great Lakes
Distillery Dinner
August 11, $60
Horse &Plow
The first cocktail dinner at the
Horse & Plow. Join Great Lakes
Distillery, oldest micro distillery in
the state of Wisconsin for a
reception and 5-course dinner.
Call 920-457-8000 ext. 55405 for
For more information, pricing
details and to register call
Sports Core at 920-457-4444 or
online at for
more information.
Tween Beach Party - Friday, July
10 from 6-8pm
Vinyasa & Vino Social - Friday,
July 17 from 6-8pm
Adult Tennis Mixer - Friday, July
24 from 6-9pm
Salon at Sports Core July Specials:
Beat the frizzies with a Keratin
Smoothing Treatment in the
month of July and receive $50 off
a full or $25 off the express
treatments. *Some restrictions
Pedicure Special – Relax to our 50
minute pedicure and receive a
free polish of your choice.
Pro Shop July Specials: Hot
Summer Savings in the Pro Shop
Enjoy 15% off all regular priced
apparel and accessories. July 2-9
Special workshops and events
will resume in September. For
more information and a class
schedule call Yoga on the Lake
at 920-453-2817.
Evening Paddle - Friday, July 3
from 6:45-8pm, $25
YogaABC - Sunday, July 12 from
6:15-6:45pm, $7
YogaABC - Sunday, July 26 from
6:15-6:45pm, $7