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OCTOBER 15, 2015 | 920-331-4904

Kohler girls tennis team makes school
history with team win at sectionals
For the first time in Kohler High
School history, the entire girls tennis team qualified for the WIAA
state championships after winning
the Brown Deer sectional on October 7.
Finishing first in three fights to
take sectionals were No. 3 singles,
Evelyn Heun; No. 4 singles, Grace
Madigan; and No. 3 doubles, Frannie Hillstrom and Jamie Lewis.
Three players advance to state as
automatic qualifiers: No. 1 singles,

Anna Mesalles; and No. 1 doubles
team Allie Bryce and Rachel Proudman. Two players will join them as
special qualifiers: No. 2 doubles
team Amelia Grose and Emily
The Individual Championships
will be held Thursday-Saturday October 15-16-17 at Nielsen Tennis
Stadium in Madison. The team
championships will be held FridaySaturday, October 23-24 at Nielsen
Tennis Stadium in Madison.

Front: Evelyn Heun, Rachel Proudman,
Grace Madigan. Back: Coach Brad Hoffman, Amelia Grose, Emily Guesneau, Allie
Bryce, Anna Mesalles, Frannie Hillstrom
and Jamie Lewis, assistant coach Marcy
Stanczyk. Not pictured: Lauren Horth.
– Submitted photo

Kohler girls swim team making a splash in rankings
As of this printing, the
Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran girls
varsity swim team is ranked third
in the state in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Division 2 state
Lutheran (485; 4) is behind #1
Madison Edgewood (555;2) and
Kohler/Lutheran held the second
place spot until Whitnall advanced.

Kohler’s Emma Herold is at #1
in the 100 freestyle with a time of
:53.51; 2. Jenna Silvestri is at #1
in the 200 individual medley with
a time of 2:13.83; 6.
On October 10, the swim team
placed second out of nine teams
in the Sheboygan South High
Kohler/Lutheran and Plymouth
were the only two Division 2
teams competing against seven
Division 1 teams.

Front: Kara Friske, Madeline Wandschneider, Elaina Falconer, Tessa Parrish,
Emily Koller, Ashley Thyes, Katie Lacerda, Anika Sjollema, Marlea Joa.
Back: Ashley Dedering, Khloe Rustan, Brooke Casper, Jenna Silvestri, Emma
Herold, Alissa Griswold, Kelly Hoekstra, Rebecca Sohn, Kristen Rauch, Tracey
Weyer, Kacey Lacerda. Not picured: McKayla Nack, Hayley Kvindlog.
– Submitted photo

School District launches effort to improve communications
In a letter emailed to families of
Kohler School District students,
Superintendent Quynh Trueblood
outlined efforts the district is undertaking to improve communications to families and the community.
Essential reports can now be ac-

cessed on the District’s website at under the
heading “Kohler Highlights.” A
link titled “The State of the District” will take visitors to reports
and updates to the district’s strategic plan, student achievement, educator effectiveness, interscholas-

tic athletics and more, as well as
reports from outside agencies such
as the Wisconsin Department of
Public Instruction’s School Report
The district website also now
provides access to school board
agendas. On the home page click

“Our District” then “Board of Education.”
To further improve communication streams throughout the District, the school board appointed
its vice-president, Christina Koberstein, to work with Superintendent
Trueblood to develop a strategic

communication plan. Trueblood
said they will soon be reaching out
to the community and staff to
gather insight into what is important information and how the district can best meet the community’s needs.


OCTOBER 15, 2015




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By  Richard Tengowski
Congratulations to Kohler High
School band and choir students
who were selected to the inaugural
2016 Big East Honors Band and
Band students were selected
based on performance ability and
music achievements. Those selected include Beth Boland (clarinet), Jim Conklin (trombone),
Hunter Lewinski (tuba), Sam
Maass (oboe), Clara Montes
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Larissa Paseta (clarinet), Kaelin
Sbrocco (alto saxophone), Nathan
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Choir students were selected
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music achievements. Those selected include Chloi Ducharme
(soprano), Ryah Gutschow (so-

prano), Amelia Grose (alto),
Kaelin Sbrocco (alto), Brett Friske
(tenor), Rilind Hidri (tenor), Ben
Tengowski (tenor), Hank Biznek
(bass), Archie Brohn (bass), and
Denny Kanz (bass).
These selected students will rehearse and perform a concert on
Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 7:00
p.m. at the Capitol Civic Center in
Conducting the Big East Honors
Band is Dr. Charlie Menghini,
President, Professor of Music and
Director of Bands at VanderCook
College of Music in Chicago, Illinois.
Conducting the Big East Honors
Choir is Susan McAllister, former
Director of Choirs at Preble High
School in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The concert is open to the public.


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Kohler Credit Union makes
donation to Children’s
Hospital of Wisconsin
Kohler, WI— Children’s Hospital
of Wisconsin will receive a donation from Kohler Credit Union
thanks to the generous efforts of
credit union employees and their
guests who participated in various
fundraising activities at its annual
employee summer picnic. The
event raised almost $500.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is the region’s only independ-

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ent health care system dedicated
solely to the health and well-being
of children. Throughout the state,
it provides kids and their families
a wide range of care and support –
everything from routine care to life
saving advances and treatments.
The not-for-profit hospital is one
of the nation’s top pediatric facilities as well as one of the busiest in
the nation.

Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-profit, financial cooperative, owned and governed by
its members. Membership is open
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OCTOBER 15, 2015




Football: KLC win guarantees slot in playoffs
A last minute touchdown pass in the fourth
Lutheran/Sheboygan Christian football team a
win over Howards Grove, guaranteeing the

Oct. 10th & 11th, 17th & 18th •

Bombers a slot in the playoffs.
This is the first time since 1999 that Kohler
football players will compete in the state playoffs.

Autumn Celebration

This coming Friday, KLC plays its last regular season game, taking on Manitowoc
Lutheran at home for Senior Night. Kickoff is
at 7:00 p.m.

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The air will be crisp
and the cider hot.

There is nothing like autumn at the Wade House.
Enjoy hot cider in the stagecoach hotel, and take a two mile open air horse-drawn
wagon ride. We’ll also be carving pumpkins and turnips and listening to scary
(but family friendly) stories in the candlelit Herring Sawmill.

Highway 23 in Greenbush WI •


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• Sun filled family room with cathedral ceilings
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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
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Beauty and The Beast cast and crew
readies for opening night
Show Opens November 5th
The cast and crew of the Kohler
High production of Beauty and
The Beast is quickly readying for
opening night, November 5th.
While the characters learn the
final steps of choreography and
stages the last few scenes, Mr.
Wheeler’s Art Club is hard at work
on painting the scenery that will
portray Belle’s small French village. The crew is putting together
the props and furniture needed and
learning scene change and curtain
Meanwhile, the ensemble members are working on choreography,
staging and perfecting some of the
difficult harmonies in the music.
Members of the ensemble include
Keith Baka, Hank Biznek, Meg
Biznek, Joey Coppersmith, Hanna
Coulson, Ashlyn Finney, Ben

Student actors (from left) Chris Lofgren, Jack Kral and Amelia Grose practice a scene from the upcoming production of
Beauty and The Beast at Kohler High. The show runs from November 5-8. Tickets are available in the high school office.
– Submitted photo

Heins, Jamie Lewis, Grace Madigan, Eiley Misfeldt, Lauren
Perzewski, Amanda Renzelmann,
Jenny Rutten, Brooke Warren and
Katie Wilkens.
The stage crew includes stage
manager Michael Kral, sound and
lighting technicians Sam Kanz and
Adam Multer, lighting operators
Greg Tengowski and Evan
Udovich and crew members Abby
Cieszynski, Amanda Meyer, Jamie
Pagelow and Larissa Paseta.
Tickets for the show are available in the high school office.
Ticket prices are $7.00 in advance
and $9.00 the day of the show.
Tickets are good for any of the four
shows, November 5, 6 and 7 at
7:00 p.m. and November 8 at 2:00

OCTOBER 15, 2015





Brad J. Homiston, 1969 - 2015
Judy (Tom) Fredericks,
CO, Joyce (Ray) Wiper,
AZ, Diann (Stanley)
Kuehn, MN, Terri
Homiston, CA; and his
special cousins and
Mahlum, MN, many
cousins and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his
grandparents, Bennie and Eva
Hass, John and Peg Richter and
Leroy Homiston, his aunt, Linda
Homiston, cousin, Leroy Maust,
and his black lab, Katie.
A gathering to celebrate Brad's
life will take place from 4:00 - 7:00
p.m. on Friday, October 23, 2015
at the Olson Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 1132 Superior Avenue.
The family would like to thank
Dr. Bryan Schmitt for the many
years of medical care and concern,
the Aurora Home Health nurses,
and the Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice for all of their
loving care and support.
A memorial fund has been established in his name.
The Olson Funeral Home &
Cremation Service has been entrusted with Brad's arrangements.

Kohler teens take up
challenge to share
Challenge Day program
promotes mutual respect and
acceptance in schools and
By Christine Voice
For one out of four teens in the
United States, “extreme stress” is
a part of their school year experience, according to a study by the
American Psychological Association. Vowing to have a more caring
experience for teens, Kohler High
School brought the acclaimed daylong Challenge Day to the school
on September 28 and 29, sponsored by the United Way. At Challenge Day, Kohler High students,
teachers, support staff, administrators, school board, leaders of the
community and school supporters
were challenged to step out of
their comfort zones, open their
hearts, and build connections with
others. Trained Challenge Day facilitators guided participants
through a carefully-designed series of games, activities, and trustbuilding exercises to break down
the walls of separation and create
new levels of empathy and respect.
“Our students are high achievers

with big dreams; they strive to
meet the expectations of their families, teachers, friends, and community. We are incredibly proud of
their personal efforts and also
aware they are not immune from
stress that can lead to anxiety, depression and disengagement,” said
school counselor, Christine Voice.
“We’re changing that by showing
them they are not alone in their
struggles; we want to send the
message that their peers and adults
in their lives care about them and
will support them."
Over 200 teens and 45 adult volunteers experienced the hands-on
workshop promoting understanding, acceptance, and love. Kohler
High School is partnering with
Mental Health America of Sheboygan County to offer mini-sessions throughout the year for
students to gain tools regarding
time management, stress management, and test anxiety.

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Brad J. Homiston, 46,
of Kohler, passed away
Friday evening, October
9, 2015 at the Sharon S.
Richardson Community
Hospice surrounded by
his family.
Born October 3, 1969
in Sheboygan, Brad was
a son of Richard and
Janice Hass Homiston. He attended Kohler schools and graduated from Kohler High School in
1988. He then continued his education and graduated from U.W.
Madison with a degree in metallurgical engineering.
Brad was currently employed at
Nemak as a process engineer at the
Gateway Plant which he enjoyed
very much. He was previously employed in manufacturing companies in Wisconsin, Colorado and
Tennessee. He was a member of
the American Foundry Association
and enjoyed bicycling and kayaking. His greatest joy was drumming.
He is survived by his parents,
Rick and Jan Homiston, Kohler;
his brother, Brian Homiston and
Brian’s daughter, Shelby, Kohler;
his sister, Kristi (Antonio Plaza)
Homiston, and their children,
Diego and Domenica Plaza, Santiago, Chile; his aunts and uncles,


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Kohler High students DOJ prescription
visit Lakeland College drug take back day
October 17

– Submitted photo

Lakeland College welcomed
120 Kohler High School freshmen
and sophomores to campus Tuesday for a fast-paced, half-day
learning experience.
The students visited six educational stations, then interacted with
two successful Lakeland graduates
and ate lunch before returning to
Each student spent 10-15 minutes at stations about business, science and computer science

programs, performing arts, residence life and athletics.
Highlights of the tour included
Lakeland student Devin Equitz
showcasing one of Lakeland’s two
robots and Lakeland Association
Professor of Theatre and Speech
Charlie Krebs taking the Kohler
students on the above-stage catwalk, then later demonstrating the
art of a choreographed sword
Just before lunch, the students

met Lakeland graduates Caitlyn
Brotz, the founder and CEO of
Olivü 426 natural beauty and skin
care products, and Shawn Alfred,
the assistant comptroller and auditor for Manitowoc County. The
two graduates shared stories about
how Lakeland provided a challenging yet nurturing environment
where they were able to thrive and
reach their potential.

Upcoming events at Student Council to hold
Kohler Schools:
coat drive
Oct 15-16: Individual State tennis tourney
Oct 16: Last regular football game at Kohler.
Oct. 24: State team tennis tourney
Nov. 5-8: High school musical –
Beauty and the Beast
Nov. 10: Fall band concert
November 21:KS Craft Fair

The Kohler High School Student Council will be holding a coat drive starting Monday, October 19 through Friday, October 30 to collect clean and gently used
coats,caps,scarfs and mittens that range from children's
sizes to adults. We will also accept new items also. They
can be dropped off at the barrels located outside the High
School/Elementary office at the Kohler School during
this two week period.

The Wisconsin Department of
Justice will coordinate a Prescription Drug Take Back initiative on
Saturday, October 17, 2015 with
municipalities and law enforcement statewide.
This effort will continue to
bring focus to the issue of prescription opiate abuse highlighted
by the Wisconsin Department of
Justice’s Dose of Reality campaign to prevent prescription
painkiller abuse. The goal of the
Take Back Day is to provide a
safe, convenient and responsible
means of disposal, while also educating the community about the
potential for abuse of these medications.
“With the opiate epidemic devastating families and communities
across our state, we must work together to remove unused prescription painkillers from circulation.
They need to be collected and destroyed,” Wisconsin Attorney
General Brad Schimel said. “This
program will also reduce the environmental hazards associated with
the improper disposal of unused
prescription drugs.”
A drop-off receptacle is located
in the front lobby of the Kohler
Police Department. St. Nicholas
Hospital is also serving as a drop
off location for the Sheboygan
Unused or expired medicine
should never be flushed or poured
down the drain. Water reclamation
facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace
amounts of pharmaceuticals are
showing up in rivers and lakes
around the world.

All waste pharmaceuticals must
be generated by a household – no
businesses are allowed.
Bring: Prescription (controlled
and non-controlled) and over-thecounter medications, ointments,
patches, non-aerosol sprays,
creams, vials and pet medications.
Do Not Bring: Illegal drugs,
needles/sharps, inhalers, aerosol
cans, bio-hazardous materials
(anything containing a bodily fluid
or blood), personal care products
(shampoo, soaps, lotions, sunscreen), household hazardous
waste (paint, pesticides, oil, gas),
mercury thermometers.
• Participants may dispose of
solid, non-liquid medication(s) by
removing the medication from its
container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a
clear sealable plastic bag. Plastic
pill containers should not be collected. Blister packages are acceptable without the medications
being removed.
• Liquids will be accepted during
this initiative. However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in
their original packaging and
evenly distributed within the
boxes of collected solid prescription medications. Liquids without
the original packaging will not be
• Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not
a part of this initiative and should
not be placed in collection containers.


OCTOBER 15, 2015




The Shops at Woodlake Kohler Food & Wine Experience
Special Offers & Events
Spend a weekend full of flavor. Join the
Village of Kohler for a weekend of exciting
wine seminars, educational demonstrations
and delicious tastings. The event includes
nationally-renowned chefs, regional
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award-winning local and international chefs,
and opportunities to mingle with the top wine
and culinary experts from across the nation.
Many events are complimentary including
food and wine samplings, book signings,
trunk shows and more.

You may order individual event tickets by clicking
on the dates below or by calling 1-866-243-8548.
Orders placed after October 20 will be available
for pickup onsite at the Will Call Desk, located in the
Woodlake Market Atrium. Online or phone orders will
not be taken after 12:00pm on October 24, 2015.
All ticket purchases are non-refundable and programming is subject to change.
Thursday 12:00pm - 8:00pm
9:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 7:00pm
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ARTSPACE – A Gallery of The John
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October 22-25
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Wisconsin Trader
A curated selection of exquisite work by
Gift with Purchase. Receive a fun pair of
The Frye Company Trunk Show - Shop the
skilled artists from across the United States.
fashionable, colorful hosiery with a $200 mini- latest fall collection of boots and handbags
mum purchase. Featuring: Robert Graham
from The Frye Company. Receive $50 off and Select from a wide range of jewelry, glass,
ceramics, textiles, prints, sculpture and paintSportswear, Stenströms Shirts from Sweden a complimentary gift with any Frye boot or
and Schneiders of Salzburg outerwear.
ings. 920-452-8602
handbag purchase (may not be combined
with any other offer).
October 24
Saturday 10am-6pm – Meet Amanda Prizant
Yoga on the Lake
Sonoma Therapy - Flex your olfactory palate. from The Frye Company as she presents the Saturday, 8-9am
Our special aromatherapy treatment features fall collection, takes special orders and offers Detox Yoga Flow & Smoothie Tasting
essential oil fragrances found in the bouquet advice to Frye fans. 920-451-2113
w/Live DJ
aromas of fine wines. Test your skill and learn October 23-24
Join us for an open level Vinyasa class deabout the therapeutic properties of these
signed to cleanse your body and calm your
enticing scents. 920-457-9543
Trunk Shows
Friday 10am-5pm – Butterfly Twists are here! mind. Restore & rejuvenate your body
Kohler Gardener
through dynamic flow, twists, and compresCome and meet our new line, straight from
MacKenzie-Childs Gift with Purchase. Resion postures to aid your digestive system
ceive a package of manifesto cocktail napand bring mental clarity. Includes live DJ and
Saturday 10am-5pm – Alashan Cashmere
kins with any MacKenzie-Childs purchase.
toppers. The softest cashmere from the
smoothie tasting hosted by TAKE 5. 8-9am,
Purchase over $300 and receive a Courtly
Alashan region of Mongolia.
$30 per person. Space is limited, 30 person
Check Enamel Wine Cooler ($78 retail
Please call 920-458-9121 for more
maximum. Please bring your own yoga mat.
Saturday 1-5pm – Please join us for an after- information.
Location: Best of Belgium Beer Café.
noon with Mark Bergadon, Director of Sales, Sweet Potato’s
920-453-2817 for more information.
MacKenzie-Childs. Mark will be on hand to
Trunk Shows
October 24-25
talk about the fabulous new MacKenzieFriday 1-8pm and Saturday 10am-5pm –
Childs holiday collection. 920-458-5570
Back by popular demand, Charlotte Muzik will With Child Maternity and Baby Boutique
Stop in for a taste of delicious locally made
be here with beautiful handcrafted jewelry.
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Let’s Play and Let’s Eat! Enjoy a 10% discheese. While supplies last. 920-287-7611
Saturday 10am-5pm – Trask Footwear. See

KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates brings back special Holiday collection
Back by popular demand,
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates is delighted to announce its line
of Holiday Caramels, offered in four
varieties – Sea Salt Caramel, Golden
Caramel, Ginger Snap Caramel and
Almond Green Caramel – will be
available again this season. Each
decadent flavor, made from
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates caramel covered in a creamy
chocolate shell, is inspired by the
nostalgic winter traditions, tastes and
smells of Wisconsin.
“After being a great success last
year, we felt it was only natural to

bring back our line of Holiday
Caramels this year,” said KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates Chocolatier, Anette Righi DeFendi.
“These recipes have personal significance to me as they were inspired by my grandparents and
parents who enjoyed Amaretto
liquor cocktails paired with our
family’s homemade Italian Pizzelle
waffle cookies, which are represented
in the Almond Green Caramels.”
Each artistic chocolate is airbrushed with seasonal hues of silver,
gold, red and green creating a festive

shimmering sheen to mimic the flow
of poured caramel.
• Silver: Sea Salt Caramel is a dark
smoky caramel infused with a light
taste of sea salt

• Gold: Traditional and savory
Golden Caramel with a hint of
brown sugar
• Red: Ginger Snap Caramel in a
dark chocolate shell filled full of
soft notes of molasses to resemble
a gingerbread cookie
• Green: Almond Green Caramel
infused with a striking almond flavor
All four varieties are offered in
ready-to-gift packaging adorned with
delicate, signature hand-tied bows
making them a perfect gift for both
friends and family. The Holiday

Caramels are offered as four-piece
($9.99), nine-piece ($18.99) and 32piece ($59.99) variety packages or as
nine-piece packages of each individual flavor.
Launching during the 15th anniversary of Kohler Food & Wine Experience in Kohler, the holiday caramels
will be available Oct 22 through the
holiday season at, at Craverie
Chocolatier Café at The Shops at
Woodlake Kohler and specialty grocery stores throughout the United

The End Zone with Antonio Freeman
Mondays, 6-7pm (except October 26)
The Horse & Plow
ESPN Wisconsin presents The End
Zone with Antonio Freeman at The
Horse & Plow on Mondays from 67pm at The Horse & Plow until the
end of regular season football. Score
yourself a seat as Green Bay Hall of
Famer Antonio Freeman, ESPN Milwaukee’s Drew Olson and a featured
pro football player of the week break
down all the action. The live broadcast
will be broadcast throughout the dining room of the historic taproom. Stick
around after the show, and enjoy
Monday night football and drink specials. For VIP seating reservations call
920-457-8000. Stay current with every
episode of the show by listening to
the podcast at
There will not be a show on October

The Modern Shaman Workshop (2
October 6 & 13, 6:30-9pm. $79
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. Certificate of Completion included. Please call
920-457-9543 for more information
and reservations.
Harvest for the Hungry
October 20, Prices Vary
Shops at Woodlake Kohler
You are invited to attend the 4th annual Harvest for the Hungry event
benefiting United Way of Sheboygan

what you want in life. Presented by
Mental Imagery expert and UW instructor, John Oestreicher. Please call
920-457-9543 for more information
and reservations.
Detox Yoga Flow & Fresh Smoothie
Saturday, October 24th
Best of Belgium Beer Café at Kohler
Food and Wine Experience
Join Ashley Kohler, Studio Manager at
Yoga on the Lake, for an open level
Vinyasa class designed to cleanse your
body and calm your mind. Restore &
rejuvenate your body through dyAs You Think
namic flow, twists and compression
October 20, 6:30-8:30pm, $30
postures to aid your digestive system
This class is about using your thoughts and bring mental clarity. The 60
effectively to create the life you want. minute yoga class will feature a DJ followed by a detox smoothie tasting
You will learn what the “Vibrational
Universe” is and how it works. Learn hosted by the Sports Core’s Take 5
to recognize why your life is moving in Café. Please bring your own yoga mat.
a certain direction and how to change $30 per person.
For more information and to purchase
it. Techniques will be given to apply
the power of intentions and to attract tickets, please visit
County. Enjoy a Kitchens of Kohler Fall
Harvest menu for lunch or dinner. Togo orders available via Drive-Thru or
Pick up. Purchase tickets at the United
Way Sheboygan office or at Woodlake
Market in Kohler. Cash or check only.
To purchase with a credit card visit Enjoy raffles and entertainment during all sessions. Lunch Sessions: 11am-Noon,
Noon-1pm, 1-2pm / Dinner Sessions:
5-6pm, 6-7pm, 7-8pm. Pricing: Adult
(age 13 and over) $15, Children (ages
5-12) $10, Children (age 4 and under)
Free. For more information call
Forever Young
October 27, 6:30-8:30pm, $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 anti-aging 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 more information and reservations.
Tubs & Treats
October 31, 1-3pm, Free
Kohler Design Center
This free Halloween celebration offers
lot of family fun including, trick-ortreating, costume parade, crafts,
games, science experiments, the
Balloon Lady and more.