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DECEMBER 15, 2015

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Thank you to all


2015 readers, contributors,
and supporters of

The Kohler Villager!


Wishing all a happy holiday season
and prosperous new year!
~ 2015 Advertisers: ~
A & M Trees
Adam Gaedtke
Ad Associates - Sue Kieffer
Allyson Rebholz
American Family Insurance - Sue Fenn
American Legion Post 149
Amy Zufelt
Bank First - Rich Balge
Bemis Bath Shoppe
Berkshire Hathawy
Bethany Lutheran Church
Bookworm Gardens
Booster Club
Bonnie Mascipinto
Bread & Bean Eatery
Bullard Children's Dentistry
Catherine Delahunt
Cedar Bay/Cedar Landing
Connie Rusch
Core One Realty, Dan Menzer
Craverie
Destination Kohler
Donny & Kathy Hilstrom
Doug & Lisa Bocchini
First Weber - Chris Krieg
Grace UCC
Hands on Healing Energy
Heather Gehri
Hoops4Health
Jimmy Johns

Judith Mauer
Kacia
Kathy Nonhof, Village Realty
Kindermusik
Kohler Credit Union
Kohler Gardener
Kohler Foundation
Kohler/Lutheran/Christian Football
Kohler Performing Arts Organization
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
Brat Fry
KPAL/Sheboygan Falls Lions Club
Oktoberfest
Kohler Public Schools
Kohler School Foundation
Kohler School Friends
Lakeshore Veins and Wellness
Lauren Hydock
Len Hucke
Luz De Luna
Mary Vabra
Monica White
Montessori Children's House
Preschool
Movers & Shakers
New World Montessori School
Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer
Festival
Pine Haven Christian Communities
Plymouth Furniture

Prevea Health,
- Tracey Aukerman, MA, CCC-A &
- Edward Smith, DO
Realife Photography
Rebecca Persick
R. Erlien Jeweler
ReMax Universal Realty,
- Shari Jensen
- Amy Gutschow
Richardson Industries
Rita Gast, Shorewest Realty
River Wildlife
Road America
Salem United Church of Christ
Salon Aura, LLC
Salon 511
Scentualities
Schwallers Painting & Staining
Sheboygan Chevrolet-Buick-GMCCadillac
- Bill Erbstoesser
- Jeff Romanoski
Sheboygan Childrens Book Festival
Sheboygan County Homebuilders
Assoc.
Sheboygan Falls & Kohler Post Office
and mail carriers
Sheboygan Falls Chamber-Main Street
Sheboygan Falls Lions Club
Sheboygan Falls YMCA

Sheboygan Rotary - Making Spirits


Bright
St. John Evangelist Church
Stardust Limousine
Sweet Potato's
TDN Tree Service
Tender Hearts Senior Care
The Gibson Girls Estate Sales
The Sewing Machine Shop
The Shops at Woodlake
Tom's Small Engine Repair
Village of Kohler
Village Realty & Development
Wade House
Wild Abundant Life
Wisconsin Early Autism Project
Wisconsin Trader
With Child
Woodland Trees Farm
Yoga on the Lake

The Kohler Villager also extends its


gratitude to everyone at the Plymouth
Review as well as the Sheboygan Falls
and Kohler Post Offices.

DECEMBER 15, 2015

KOHLER VILLAGER

Out with the old


Make room for a
book drive

Classes have a chance to


win a pizza party
Kohler fifth grader McKenna
Holzrichter is seeking donated
books for a book drive she plans
to hold at Kohler Schools from
Thursday, December 10 through
Friday, January 8.
McKenna was cleaning out the
family playroom of old books and
toys after requesting new books
for Christmas, when she asked if
the used books could be donated
to kids who dont have a lot.
McKennas mother, Molly, used
to volunteer in the Books for Kids
division of the Next Door Foundation, so she recommended donating the books to that
organization. After a few minutes
McKenna said, I bet there are a
lot of kids who have books that
they have outgrown. What if we
collect them all and donate
them? Molly told her that was
called a book drive and said if she
wanted to do one, she would help
her. So, the Out with the old,
make room for the new book
drive was born!
Will-Pemco in Sheboygan donated all of the boxes and printing, and Rita Gast from
Shorewest Realtors (McKennas
Nana) is sponsoring a pizza
party for the class that collects the
most books. A box will also be located in the library for any com-

munity members who would like


to donate.
Books needed include baby
board books, childrens picture
books, childrens fiction and nonfiction, juvenile literature, childrens
dictionaries
and
cookbooks, childrens books with
universal themes (friendship, animals, science, etc.), parenting
books, and multicultural childrens books.
Books that cannot be accepted
are: textbooks of any kind; withdrawn or discarded library books;
old books with mildew, torn
pages, handwriting, or highlighting; magazines; encyclopedias or
other reference books, adult
books.
The winner of the pizza party
will be calculated by dividing the
total number of qualifying books
a room donates by the number of
students in the room
The Holzrichters would like to
thank Will-Pemco for donating
the boxes and fliers and Rita Gast
at Shorewest Realtors for donating the pizza party!

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Kohler player named


All-State Honorable
Mention
Chorowicz helps lead KLC
football to record-setting season
Michael Chorowicz, Kohler resident and senior wide receiver and
defensive back for the Kohler/Sheboygan
Lutheran/Sheboygan
Christian (KLC) co-op football
team, completed the regular season with an all-time program
record 1,013 receiving yards, making him No. 2 in the State and No.
1 in the conference. His performance in week three versus
Mishicot (nine receptions for 258
yards and four touchdowns plus 11
solo tackles, an interception, and a
fumble recovery) earned him
recognition as the Air National
Guard Wissports.net Wisconsin
Player Of The Week. Chorowicz
helped lead the KLC team to the
WIAA playoffs for the first time in
program history. The team finished with a Big East Conference
record of 6-2 and an overall record
of 6-4.
Chorowiczs other notable accomplishments during the regular
season included 112 receiving
yards per game (No. 4 in the State
and No. 1 in the conference); 52
pass receptions (No. 14 in the state
No. 1 in the conference); ten receiving touchdowns (No. 14 in the
state and No. 2 in the conference);
three kick return touchdowns (No.
2 in the state (tied) and No. 1 in the
conference); 39.9 yards per kick
return (No. 1 in the state among
players with 10 or more attempts);
57 solo tackles (No. 51 in the state
and No. 1 in the conference);
semi-finalist for the Al Toon
Award (awarded annually to the
states top senior receiver); AllState Honorable Mention WR; All
Region WR & DB; First Team AllConference WR & DB; Sheboygan Press All-Area DB.
Chorowicz now holds KLC sin-

KLCs #4 Michael Chorowicz evades a Random Lake defender during their Aug. 28 game

gle-game program records for pass


receptions (9), receiving yards
(258), TD receptions (4), solo
tackles (11), interceptions (2-tied),
and longest kick return (87 yards).
He holds KLC season program
records for pass receptions (57),
receiving yards (1072), solo tackles (58), kick return yards (517),
and touchdown receptions (10).
He holds KLC career program
records for pass receptions (110),
receiving yards (1832), kick return
yards (1,000), receiving touchdowns (19), and kick returns for a
touchdown (5).
KLC juniors from Sheboygan
County Christian, Brayden Van
Ess (QB) and Luke Heinen (WR),
also earned First Team All-Conference recognition, and will lead a
talented and still improving KLC
team into next season. Kohler

sophomore Jack Kohler (K)


earned Second Team All-Conference and the following players
earned Honorable Mention AllConference: Christian senior
Michael Gesch (OL/DE), Christian junior Zach Hendrikse (DB),
Kohler senior Sean Delahunt
(DL), Kohler junior Sam Kohler
(RB/LB), Kohler senior Sam
Pfrang (LB), Kohler junior
Michael Stock (P), Kohler junior
Luke Silvestri (OL), and Lutheran
senior Alex Timm (OL).
Big congratulations to the following KLC seniors who earned
their way in the classroom onto the
WFCA Academic All-State Team:
Kohlers Hank Biznek, Michael
Chorowicz, Lutherans Luke
Eiden, and Christians Andrew
Kowitz.

Kohler Credit Union


participates in Toys for
Tots campaign
KOHLER, Wis. Kohler Credit
Union union is once again hosting
the annual Toys for Tots toy drive
at all its branch locations now
through December 11th. The
credit union encourages our
members and the public to stop
by to donate a new, unwrapped
toy to help families in need this
holiday season. All donated toys
will benefit local families in Sheboygan and Ozaukee Counties.
This years campaign will also
include a visit by the U.S.

Marines on Friday, December 11.


The Marines will be at every
branch from 10:00 am to 4:00
p.m. accepting toys on behalf of
The Salvation Army. For every
toy donated on December 11,
Kohler Credit Union will donate
a second toy.
The mission of the Toys for Tots
Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas
gifts to less fortunate children in
the community in which the cam-

paign is conducted.
Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-profit, financial
cooperative, owned and governed
by its members. Membership is
open to anyone who lives or
works in Sheboygan, Calumet,
Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington or
Waukesha County; as well as
their immediate family members
and associations or organizations.

DECEMBER 15, 2015

KOHLERVILLAGER.COM

KOHLER VILLAGER

Nomination papers may


be circulated as of
December 1 for spring
Village Board election

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Football Field
Over 40 mattresses
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Almost 1,000 different
fabric choices for your
Flexsteel furniture.

Theres still time to pick up


Christmas decorations
at our Seasonal Retail Tree Lot
located in the parking lot at

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Or custom order items to decorate the
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are available including Colorado Blue
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White Pine with heights from 3-12 feet

2133 Eastern Ave. Plymouth, WI

Tuesday, December 1, 2015,


was the first day to circulate nomination papers for the 2016 Spring
Election. Nomination papers are
available at the Village Offices
during regular business hours or
on-line at www.gab.wi.gov. The
due date for filing nomination papers is Tuesday, January 5, 2016,
at 5:00 pm. All terms begin on
Tuesday, April 19, 2016, and are
for two years. The following offices are to be elected to succeed
the present incumbents listed:
Village Trustee Susan Jaberg
Village Trustee John Winter
Village Trustee open
Current Village Trustee John

Pethan has filed a Notification of


Non-Candidacy, so he will not be
running for re-election.
For questions regarding nomination papers, contact the Village
Clerk-Treasurers Office by calling
920-459-3873
or
email
LLindow@kohlervillage.org. The
Spring Primary, if needed, will be
held on Tuesday, February 16,
2016, and the Spring Election will
be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2016.

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or
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DECEMBER 15, 2015

KOHLER VILLAGER

KOHLERVILLAGER.COM

Kohler science teacher Dana Krejcarek named


to NSHSS Top 10 Educators of the Year list
Atlanta, GA Claes Nobel,
senior member of the family that
established the Nobel Prize and
Chairman of The National Society
of High School Scholars
(NSHSS), announced the Claes
Nobel Educators of the Year on
Saturday, December 5, 2015, at
The Carter Center in Atlanta,
Georgia. The top Educator of the
Year, Jody Zepp, was awarded
$5,000 to further her professional
and educational goals.
The Educators of the Year
award recognizes ten exemplary
educators who have demonstrated
an outstanding commitment to
preparing students for success.
These ten educators, who are all

members of the Claes Nobel Educators of Distinction program, applied for the Educator of the Year
Award to spotlight their accomplishments. Since the inception of
the Educators of Distinction program in 2004, NSHSS has recognized more than 40,000 educators
worldwide.
I am very proud to honor these
ten outstanding educators who
have continuously encouraged students to strive for excellence, Mr.
Nobel said. These educators
serve as remarkable role models in
their schools and communities,
and uphold the NSHSS mission of
helping to advance the goals and
aspirations of their students.

Dana Krejcarek, a Top Ten 2015


Claes Nobel Educators of the Year,
is a Science Teacher at Kohler
High School in Kohler, WI. Ms.
Krejcarek has been presenting at
professional, educational conferences all across the nation each
year since 2000. Ms. Krejcarek
has written grants to help fund academic initiatives and she has
served as a Presidential Awards for
Excellence in Mathematics and
Science Teaching reviewer for the
National Science Foundation. Ms.
Krejcarek has received numerous
teaching awards such as the
Kohler School District Teacher of
the Year and Strathmores Whos
Who Among Americas Teachers.

Kohler High School principal describes Ms. Krejcareks awards as


significant and illustrious representations of her career.
The Top Ten 2015 Claes Nobel
Educators of the Year are: Jody
Zepp, Instructional Team Leader
for Social Studies,
Long Reach High School, Columbia, MD; Jennifer Cullison, Science Teacher, Woodland High
School, Woodland, WA; Cindy
Cunningham, Department Chair
of English and Literary Arts, Appomattox Regional Governor's
School for the Arts and Technology
Petersburg, VA; Dana Krejcarek,
Science Teacher, Kohler High

School, Kohler, WI; Marni


Landry, Biology Teacher, Paradise
Valley High School, Phoenix, AZ;
Stergios
Lazos,
Academic
Dean/IB Coordinator, St. Edward
High School, Lakewood, OH;
Margaret Mitchell, Honors Chemistry Teacher, Ridge High School,
Basking Ridge, NJ; Regina
O'Neal, World Language Department Chair/Spanish Teacher, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute,
Baltimore, MD; Mary Katherine
Parson, Science Teacher, Little
Rock Central High, Little Rock,
AR; Samuel Saenz, Science Department Chair, East Early College
High School, Houston, TX.

Thank you for supporting


The Kohler School Friends
Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair!
On Saturday, November 21st, Kohler School was transformed into a winter wonderland of shopping for the Kohler School Friends Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair. This is
the Kohler School Friends biggest annual fundraiser, and were pleased to report that 2015 was another successful year. The KSF PTO would like to thank our generous donors who made the event possible and our dedicated volunteers who worked to make it all happen. Were very thankful for your continued support!
All proceeds from the 2015 Craft Fair will go directly into the classrooms of our school as educational materials in the hands of our students and teachers, as well as
field trips and programs which enrich the educational experiences of our students.
2015 Craft Fair Committee
Event Coordinators Dawn Shepherd
Advertising Lora Dillon
Applications Dawn Shepherd
Bake Sale Sydney Cleven & Jennifer Roeber
Holiday Cafe & Hospitality Sonja Heins & Leslie Yetzer
Design/Print Vicki Friske & Coralee Sandee
Facility Katie Maki & Ginger Sterling
Finance Sonja Egbert & Lesley Cassidy
Decorations Candace Havens
Raffle Nikki Brigham & Jennifer Kading
Raffle Tickets Ann & Jason Bartelt
Volunteers Beth Tengowski
2015 Craft Fair Donors
Above & Beyond Childrens Museum
Big Apple Bagels
Blattners Piggly Wiggly
Lloyd Bleuel
Blue Harbor Resort
Doug Bocchini
Chef Jeff
Chula Vista Resort
Festival Foods
Melvin Free
Green Bay Packers
Jenelle Griswold
Lori Hucke
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Kohler Company
Kohler Credit Union
Kohler High School Jazz Band
Kohler High School Key Club
Kohler High School Madrigals
Kohler Middle School Student Council
KPAL
Kohler Police Department
Kohler Public School
Kohler Public Works
Kohler Recreation Department
Kohler School Athletic Department
Kohler School Faculty & Staff
Kohler School Friends PTO
Wendy Kukla

Kwik-Trip
Milwaukee Admirals
Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Public Museum
Linda Neil
Otterbox
George & Tom Palof
Pampered Chef Ginger Sterling
Plymouth Foam
Q-Mart in Kohler
Rebeccas Blessings
Road America
Coralee Sandee
Becky Schipper
Sheboygan Symphony
Joni & Craig Stefanczyk
Rich Tengowski
Thirty-One Gifts Melissa Kaule
Torke Coffee Roasting Co.
Village of Kohler Tourism
Walt Disney Resort
Colleen Willadsen
2015 Craft Fair Volunteers
Ev Baka
Juliana Bellodi
Jessica Biever
Sam Biznek
Cathy Cassady
Sarah Cassidy
Leon Chen
Abby Cieszynski
Emily Cieszynski
Laura Conklin
Lisa Cornielsen
Vicki Da Silva
Kelly DeAmico
Duane Du Mez
Brenda Edmunds
Emory Edmunds
Amanda Egbert
Judy Farwig
Kim Feltner
Ashlyn Finney

Lisa Foote
Kara Friske
Tim Friske
Laura Gabrielse
Lisa Greene
Amelia Grose
Jodi Grossen
Emily Guesneau
Janis Hansen
Isaac Hartman
Rose Hartman
Remy Havens
Ben Heins
Izzy Heins
Maddie Hoell
McKenna Holzrichter
Molly Holzrichter
Len Hucke
Lori Hucke
Nina Hughes
Ryan Jacobs
Sophie Jacobson
Abby Janssen
Mary Beth Janssen
Travis Janssen
JulieAnn Jarentowski
Zachary Jarentowski
Christina Koberstein
Denise Kochan
Deb LaDuke
Jamie Lewis
Jim Lewis
Linda Lewis
Allie Lindow
Gary Lindow
Laurie Lindow
Lynn Maass
Nancy Madigan
Katie Magle
Sue Maki
Kate Marventano
Anna Mesalles
Amanda Meyer
Kay Miller

Debbie Mohan
Rachel Montes
Lisa Morrissett
Owen Multer
Sadhna Murphy
Linda Neil
Kate OLeary
Anne Olsen
Elijah Olsen
Isaiah Olsen
Rachel Olsen
Kristin Otte
Jamie Pagelow
George Palof
Elizabeth Perzewski
Lauren Perzewski
Mary Perzewski
Deb Pfrang
Rachel Proudman
Jenny Roatch
Charlie Roeder
Tyler Roeder
Mel Romanoski
Julia Ruelle
Maria Safford
Kimmie Schipper
Teri Schultz

Nikith Ramagoni
Donna Schwinn Roblee
Susan Senti
Sara Smith
Greg Tengowski
Rich Tengowski
Yalin Thyes
Quynh Trueblood
Evan Udovich
Amy Unger
Cheryl Van Zeeland
Tagen Vaughn
Diane Venn
Ray Venn
Angela Vierkant
Christine Voice
Natalie Wesemann
Johnny Wheeler
Nico Wheeler
Hallie Wollin
Tiffany Xiong
Tilydia Xiong
Leslie Yetzer
Christy Zheng
Cindy Zheng
Zhaohui Zhu

2015 Raffle Prize Package Winners


#1 Disney: Barb Suave
#2 Apple: Mary Bord
#3 Golf Lovers: Laura Michou
#4 Off to the Races: Cieszynskis
#5 Ultimate Sports: Halie Johnson
#6 Shopaholic: Kelly Seitz
#7 Music in the Bathroom: Gasts
#8 Bon Appetit: Ava Hoffmann
#9 Summer Fun: Rita Romanoski
#10 Evening to Remember: Donna Hoffmann
#11 Pamper Yourself: Gasts
#12 Movie Night: Luiza Buitron

DECEMBER 15, 2015

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SHEBOYGAN COUNTY ROTARY CLUBS

Finance Committee takes up


rental property complaints

Renee Suscha
920-912-0459

Brian Homiston
920-889-9439

Village Attorney Mike


Bauer notified the committee of a bill being fasttracked
by
state
Republicans and interest
groups that would prohibit a
municipality from requiring
landlords to register with the
city, and from establishing
apartment inspection programs.
Inspections could only be conducted in response to tenant complaints. Assembly Bill 568 also
restricts municipalities from inacting or enforcing ordinances that
prohibit homeowners from renting
out their homes. The bill would,
however, allow a landlord to evict
a tenant for committing certain
criminal activities on the premises,

Terri Stewart
920-912-4303

Meg Trager
920-207-9228

Fred Stone
920-980-1370

regardless of whether an arrest


or conviction has been made.
Kohler Police Chief William
Rutten said he would meet with
Attorney Bauer to rough out
language for a potential ordinance that the committee could
work off of, that would give the
police department more tools to
help them address problem properties.
Rutten also urged residents to
call the police at the time that they
see suspicious activities taking
place, rather than waiting to discuss it with them casually when
its too late for police to respond
as a complaint.

John Brigham
920-287-4386

Kathy Nonhof
920-254-4784

Happy Holidays from everyone


at Village Realty!
We hope your holidays will be filled with joy
and laughter through the New Year!

2856 N Taylor Dr., Sheboygan


CONDO WITH WILDLIFE PRIVACY
3 Bedroom, 3 bath Condo with walk-out lower
Overlooks the Maywood Park Preserve
Cathedral ceilings, fireplace, family room
Fantastic kitchen with granite countertops
Sitting room, Screened porch, deck, patio
VIEW MORE AT: www.2856NTaylorDr.com
$329,900 Fred Stone

CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS


with family and friends when you drive through this festive
lights show choreographed to music in Evergreen Park.
Admission is free.
Pantry item donations are requested to help stock the
Sheboygan County Food Bank. Cash donations support future
growth and maintenance of this event, in addition to being
distributed to local organizations through grant requests.

Visit with Santa at the Quarryview Center and enjoy


entertainment, concessions, and wreath raffles.
Start a trolley ride here for $2
on Fridays and Saturdays.

Lights Show
open every night
Nov. 27 - Dec. 31, 5:00 - 9:00 PM
(closed Dec. 24)

Quarryview
open Thurs. Sun.
Nov. 27 - Dec. 20
5:00 - 9:00 PM

www.MakingSpiritsBright.com

Deb Kidder
920-946-9476

Village Realty & Development Brokerage, Inc.


The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075 or toll free (800) 351-4371
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4610 Alyssa Ln, Sheboygan


FORMER PARADE MODEL HOME
Cherry kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, walk-in closet,
Gas fireplace, open concept, hardwood floor
3 Car garage, town sewer & water
$254,000 Terri Stewart

KOHLER VILLAGER

Jeff Romanoski

Bill Erbstoesser
e-Commerce Director

At their December 7 meeting,


the Village Boards Finance Committee discussed nuisance complaints from Village residents
regarding rental properties. One
rental home in particular was alleged to have drug activities taking place, with visitors coming
and going in some cases squealing their tires and speeding. Some
residents called for a nuisance
abatement ordinance to be enacted, as well as creation of a database of all rental properties located
in the Village that would be updated annually, and require landlords to subject their rental
property to interior and exterior
inspections every two years, or as
needed.

2303 S 8th St, Sheboygan


TWO FAMILY-GREAT RENTAL
3 & 2 Bedroom Units, 5 car Garage, ceramic tile
Fabulous move-in condition, well maintained
Updated Baths, newer roof and upgraded electrical
Great time to own a rental unit in Sheboygan
$89,900 Kathy Nonhof

NEW LISTING
824 Mead Ave, Sheboygan
LOCATION, LOCATION
Only steps away from Lake Michigan
3 Bedrooms, 1 full upgraded & 2 half baths
Upper loft, plenty storage, nice sized rooms
Lower rec room with faux fireplace
2 Car garage, play sized back yard
$94,900
Kathy Nonhof

429 Church St, Kohler


CLASSIC KOHLER BRICK HOME
3 bedrooms, full bath with jetted tub and shower
Sun filled family room with cathedral ceilings
New roof in 2013, All new mechanicals
Conveniently located adjacent to Kohler Schools
Close to American Club and Kohler Water Spa
Broker Owned
$169,900 Brian Homiston

W6184 Sumac Rd, Plymouth


GREAT VALUE FOR THE MONEY!
5 Acres of wooded rolling land & 2 ponds
3,800 sq ft home, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Mother-in-law quarters w/2 bedrooms
Huge private deck, 2nd floor laundry
Formerly a dog kennel grooming business
1.5 Car garage, space for extra parking
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$219,900
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Arts Center has presented an
offer to purchase a section of
the Schuchardt Farm Property
on Indiana Avenue from the
City of Sheboygan for the development of the worlds first
facility dedicated to the study
of art environments and their
preservation, conservation
and presentation. The project,
known as the Art Preserve,
will complement the Arts
Centers New York Avenue
location in downtown Sheboygan, WI.
Approximately 39 acres are
included in the $1,170,000
deal. The Arts Center has
agreed to make a payment in
lieu of taxes as well. Groundbreaking on the multimilliondollar project is expected in
the summer of 2017 with
completion targeted for the
summer of 2020.
The Schuchardt Farm
Property is a perfect setting
for the Art Preserve, said
Sandra Sachse, president of
the John Michael Kohler Arts
Center Board of Directors. It
offers easy access from major
thoroughfares and
connectivity with the Arts
Centers downtown Sheboy-

gan location and existing cultural assets. The semirural


quality is similar to the original locations of most of the art
environments in our collection.
The John Michael Kohler
Arts Center is known worldwide for its collection and
presentation of art environments. This unique field of
art-making involves an individual significantly transforming
his/her
personal
surroundingsfor example,
his/her home or yardinto an
exceptional,
multifaceted
work of art.
John Michael Kohler Arts
Center Director Ruth DeYoung Kohler and Kohler
Foundation, Inc. have long
been known as the worlds
major preservationists of
complete artist environments
as well as for bringing together smaller components of
this art form.
The Arts Centers unparalleled collection of works by
art-environment builders is
experiencing ever- increasing
requests for access from
scholars, curators, and the
public, said Karen Patterson,
John Michael Kohler Arts

Center associate curator. We


already have two environments that cannot be shown
until we have permanent outdoor space for them, and we
dont want to decline future
opportunities to grow because
of the lack of space.
The Art Preserve will utilize
the propertys unique natural
qualities for the installation of
art environments in harmony
with land conservancy initiatives related to the area. The
new facility will serve as the
major indoor/outdoor museum of whole environments
as well as of smaller components of this magnificent art
form.
Development of this property into a world renowned,
first-of-its-kind Art Preserve
will be a key year-round
tourism and economic development asset for the city and
the state. This project has been
in the works for a number of
years, and it is exciting to see
it come to fruition, stated
Chad Pelishek, planning and
development director for the
City of Sheboygan.
The James Tellen Woodland
Sculpture Garden, one of the
environments in the Arts Cen-

The Art Preserve will be home to art environments like the James Tellen
Woodland Sculpture Garden in Sheboygan, which is preserved in situ.
Other complete environments in the Arts Centers collection include
Emery Blagdons Healing Machine and Loy Bowlins Beautiful Holy Jewel
Home. Shown: James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden (site detail, Native American family tableau, Black River, Town of Wilson, Wisc.), c. 19421957; John Michael Kohler Arts Center Collection. Photo: 2005, John
Michael Kohler Arts Center Artist Archives.

ter collection that has been


preserved in situ, is open for
viewing year-round at its original location at 5634 Evergreen Drive in the Town of
Wilson, south of Sheboygan.
The Arts Center has always believed that the art environments we preserve
should remain in situ like the
Tellen sculpture garden, but
that is not always possible,
said Ed McKelvey, chair of
the Art Centers Art Preserve
Committee. Our solution is

the Art Preserve, which will


serve as a haven for art environments that no longer have
a home.
Admission to the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center,
608 New York Ave. in downtown Sheboygan, is by voluntary donation. Go to
jmkac.org for additional information and to plan a visit.

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Grace United Church of
On December 20, during the 10 Christ offering two
a.m. service, the children of the distinct services

Christmas Eve Services at


Grace UCC
The people of Grace United
Church of Christ, 500 School
Street, in Kohler and The Reverend Thomas M. Schroeder are
pleased to announce the Christmas
Eve service schedule for 2015.

For the Kohler Performing Arts Organizations

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The 6:30 p.m. service will be


designed to help younger children
experience the true meaning of
this night. This service will include a Christmas story, carols, anthems and candles. The Sr. Choir
of Grace UCC, under the direction
of Audrey Braatz, will enhance the
readings with several anthems.
The 9:30 p.m. service will be a
traditional service of carols and
readings. This service will look at
the promised light of God from
creation to Christ. It will conclude
with the singing of "Silent Night"
by candlelight.

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Statement and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later
than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, 2016, in the Kohler School
District office located at 333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, mailed to the address noted above or filed personally with the
school district clerk, Chad Hamilton or school district deputy clerk,
Ms. Quynh Trueblood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the
primary will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2016.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from
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2016 Demonstration Kitchen Series: Education


Cooking Sessions Affording Culinary Enthusiasts
the Opportunity to Engage with Professional Chefs
The annual Demonstration Kitchen series
returns for another season of engaging sessions hosted by the culinary talents of Destination Kohler. Home cooks of all skill levels
are afforded a delightfully delicious way to
enhance cooking skills and expand their
recipe box during educational programming
in the intimate, informal working kitchen at
The Shops at Woodlake. Each Saturday at
11am and 2pm, chefs demonstrate selected
recipes from preparation to presentation to
final tasting paired with a complementing
beverage.
The Demonstration Kitchen series truly
offers a topic for every taste and is mutually
beneficial for our team and guests, said
Tom Mcginty, Executive Chef and Manager
Food & Beverage for Destination Kohler. The
chefs enjoy getting out of the kitchen to
share their passions and attendees revel in
the opportunity to meet with and learn directly from the culinary talents behind the
restaurants of Destination Kohler.
This years topics vary from mastering
traditional cooking skills such as pasta making to specific interests such as Paella and
Dashi hosted by a variety of chefs, chocolatiers and pastry masters. A complete
schedule is included below and is available
online at DestinationKohler.com.
Tickets are now available for the 2016
Kitchens of Kohler Cooking Demonstration
Series featuring two sessions at 11am and
2pm on Saturdays from January 2 through
April 25, 2016 for $39 per person. Reservations are encouraged; call 1-888-293-7337.

2016 Kitchens of Kohler


Demonstration Series Schedule
JANUARY
January 2 - New Year's Resolution:
"Become a Better Cook"
Executive Chefs Matt Bauer and Tom

McGinty Destination Kohler


Take the first step toward being a better cook
in 2016. Chefs Bauer and McGinty will share
tips and techniques including the essential
equipment you need for success in the
kitchen, how to properly stock your pantry,
basic knife skills and the journey from saut
pan to oven.
January 9 - Pasta Making at Home
Chef Trent Hazelberg Cucina
Intimidated by the idea of making pasta at
home? Chef Hazelberg will ease your fears
and take you through the process from mixing ingredients to creating some of your favorite pasta shapes. Hell also demonstrate
how to make his personal favorite: squid ink
linguine.
January 16 - Braised: Slow, Low Secrets
Chef Paul Smitala Blackwolf Run
Discover how to get tender, juicy and flavorful meats with slow cooking. Chef Smitala
will demonstrate how to use this convenient
and delicious technique on some of his favorite meats including beef short ribs and
pork roast, and hell also demonstrate the
perfect sides.
January 23 - Party Appetizers & Winter
Cocktails
Chef Zeke Fitzgerald and Peter Moeller
Horse & Plow
Winters the perfect time to gather friends or
family. Make it fun with dinner party-style
hors d oeuvres, fun cocktails and seasonal
brews. This pair from The Horse & Plow will
show you how to make Oysters Rockefeller,
barbecue duck spring rolls and more.
January 30 - Desserts: Layers of Flavor
Executive Pastry Chef Josh Johnson
Destination Kohler
For Chef Johnson, nothings sweeter than
Wisconsin-sourced ingredients. Join him
and discover how to design satisfying, multi-

texture and multi-flavor desserts with goat


cheese, apples, maple syrup and other
goodies from our state.

FEBRUARY
February 6 - Bayou Blast
Chef Dan Dries Whistling Straits
Learn the difference between Creole and
Cajun cuisines as well as the history behind
some of the regions most famous foods and
techniques. Chef Dries will demonstrate how
to prepare some traditional dishes like
gumbo and jambalaya.
February 13 - Healthy Baking & Pastry
Chef Richard Palm Destination Kohler
Join Chef Palm on Valentines Day weekend
for a fresh approach to sweet treats. While
sweet baking will never be completely
healthy, you can learn how to make it better
with whole grains and alternative sweeteners. Explore how to satisfy your sweet tooth
with an apple cobbler featuring a delightful
whole grain streusel topping and a better
cream.
February 27 - The Art of Paella
Chef Josh Stefanko The Wisconsin Room
Named for the style of pan its cooked in,
paella is a dish with rich historical roots and
regional variations. Join Chef Stefanko and
learn how to prepare a mixed paella, or
paella mixta, with seafood, chicken and
Spanish chorizo. Hell explore the nuances of
traditional cooking while preparing a modern
variation of this lovely family-style dish with
endless possibilities for variation.

MARCH
March 5 - Championship Recipes from
Whistling Straits
Chef Tiffany Ringsletter Whistling Straits
Ever wonder what its like to cook for a PGA
Champion? Join Chef Tiffany as she recreates signature Championship recipes from

Whistling Straits. Explore how the flavors of


traditional Scotland come to life by creating
salmon cakes, corned beef spring rolls and
grilled tenderloin all favorites of past PGA
champions.
March 12 - Irish Feast with a Twist
Chef Evan Wallerman Blackwolf Run
Just in time for St. Patricks Day, Chef
Wallerman will put a much-needed twist on
the classic corned beef and cabbage as well
as colcannon potatoes. Hell feature traditional Irish beers and spirits in the dishes
and show you a cocktail to complement
these Irish favorites.
March 19 - Field and Stream
Chef Lucas Oppeneer Special Events
Wisconsin is known for its fishing and hunting opportunities, and for Chef Oppeneer
thats an opportunity for delicious, fresh ingredients. Hell show different cooking techniques and talk about the hunting and fishing
culture of Wisconsin and how it lends itself
perfectly to the culinary world. Featured ingredients may include salmon, trout or walleye; venison; and pheasant or duck.
March 26 - Chocolate Skills
Chocolatier Anette Righi DeFendi and
Gary Dinstuhl KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates
Learn techniques you can use at home from
Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates experts.
Theyll present a few basic chocolate skills
such as tempering chocolate and proper dipping techniques.

APRIL
April 2 - The Ultimate Bloody Mary Brunch
Chef Paul Smitala Blackwolf Run
Want to host a memorable brunch right at
home? Chef Smitala will show you how with
a creative twist on eggs benedict. Hell also
demonstrate how to infuse vodkas for that
special bloody mary.

April 9 - Dashi: The Art of Japanese Soup


Chef Josh Stefanko The Wisconsin Room
Learn the history of Japanese broth and
stock making as well as modern changes to
the cultural norms of cooking in Japan during this informative and delicious demonstration by Chef Stefanko. Hell show you how to
prepare a Japanese soup known as kakejiru
a Japanese comfort food that can easily
be replicated in a home kitchen.
April 16 - Gluten-Free Baking
Bakers Doug Stieber and Michelle Gehrig
Destination Kohler
If youve tried to alter your favorite recipes to
make them gluten free, youve probably
found that simply substituting a gluten-free
flour for regular flour doesnt work. Join Bakers Stieber and Gehrig to learn the tricks and
explore great-tasting new recipes, some of
them dairy free as well.
April 23 - Charcuterie at Home
Chef Joe Austreng Riverbend
From pts to sausages, the charcuterie
board has a long history and continues to
grow in popularity at top restaurants
throughout the country. Explore the age-old
technique of preserving meats with salt,
sugar and time as Chef Austreng demonstrates how to make authentic salmon
gravlax, bacon and pancetta.
April 30 - Italian Cheese Making at Home
Chef Trent Hazelberg Cucina
Looking for the next best thing for your caprese salad? Take cheese making to another
level with Chef Hazelberg. Hell show you
how to make burrata, a stuffed fresh mozzarella, and how to infuse some fun flavors
to your fresh mozzarella.
*Demonstration schedule and chef
participation are subject to change.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
18th Annual Gingerbread Festival
Through December 31
The Waelderhaus
During the 2015 holiday season, visitors to
the Waelderhaus will experience a magical
Gingerbread Village, made by local school
and community groups. In addition, free
musical performances will be held each
Saturday and Sunday during the season at
2pm. Visitors are invited to vote for their favorite gingerbread creations, and at the end
of the Festival, the winners in each age category will receive cash prizes for their
classrooms! More than 7,500 visitors are
expected between Thanksgiving and New
Years Eve. The overall highest vote-getter
in 2014 was created by Cedar Grove-Belgium Elementary School, titled Castle in
the Clouds.
The End Zone with Antonio Freeman
Mondays, 6-7pm
The Horse & Plow
ESPN Wisconsin presents The End Zone
with Antonio Freeman at The Horse & Plow
on Mondays from 6-7pm at The Horse &
Plow until the end of regular season football. Score yourself a seat as Green Bay
Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman, ESPN Milwaukees 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 espnwisconsin.com.
Visit with Santa
Saturdays, Through December 19, 1-3pm
Movers and Shakers Kids Toys
Skip the hustle and bustle of big box stores
and find all your childs favorites at Movers
& Shakers Kids Toys. More than a toy

store, this unique shop is an experience.


Guests are greeted with a fairy-tale environment complete with exciting toys, books,
fun games and much more. 920-453-2874
Letters to Santa
Through December 24
Movers and Shakers Kids Toys
Kids can post their holiday wish lists to the
North Pole in our Santa mailbox.
920-453-2874
Holiday Customer Service Center
Through December 24
The Shops at Woodlake
Make whats under your tree beautiful with
complimentary gift wrapping, bring your
Shops at Woodlake purchases to our Holiday Customer Service Center and our team
will put the final touches on your special
finds. Monday Saturday 11am-6pm, Sundays 11am-5pm, Christmas Eve 10-4pm
Exhibit: One & Only: Gifts Made by Hand
Through January 24, 2016
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
A curated selection of exquisite work by
skilled artists from across the United
States. Select from a wide range of jewelry,
glass, ceramics, textiles, prints, sculpture
and paintings.
Please call 920-452-8602 for more information.
Caroling
December 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28,
29, 30 5-6pm
December 24 8-9pm
The American Club Library
Holiday Afternoon Tea
December 18, 19, 26 1-3pm
January 2, 8, 9 1-3pm
Wisconsin Room
$30 Adults, $14 Childrens Tea, plus tax
and gratuity. Call for reservations
920-457-8000.

Feast of the Seven Fishes Buffet


December 18, 5:30-9pm
Wisconsin Room
Menu posted weekly; Includes a glass of
Sparkling Wine/Sparkling Cider
$52 Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years, under
4 years free; plus tax and gratuity. Call for
reservations 920-457-8000.
Breakfast with Santa
December 19, 9:30-11am, $30 for adults,
$22 for children 3-12 years, children under
3 free
The American Club Great Lakes Ballroom
Enjoy a delicious family-friendly breakfast
and take pictures with Santa and Mrs.
Clause. Call 920-457-8000 for more information. Purchase tickets online at
www.KohleratHome.com
Mistletoe Brunch
December 20, 27 9am-1pm
Wisconsin Room
$40 Adults, $16 Children 4-12 years, under
4 years free; plus tax and gratuity. Call for
reservations 920-457-8000.
Holiday Seafood Extravaganza
Through December 20
Woodlake Market
Great savings on your favorite Holiday
Seafood Items. 920-457-6570
Kohler Cinema Polar Express
December 19, Doors open at 5pm, show
begins at 5:30pm,
$4 per person / children under 2 years are
free
Appley Theater
Concessions and snacks available for
purchase.
One Day Fresh Seafood Sale
December 23 (while supplies last)
Woodlake Market
Unbelievable specials on your FRESH
holiday seafood needs! 920-457-6570

January 7, 2016
6-8:30pm, $25
Kohler Design Center

Your chefs of Kohler, from Craverie to Cucina,


merge together for a culinary night of meet,
greet and eat. Join us at the Kohler Design Center and make your way through delicious food
stations featuring tasty bites from the inspired
chefs in your very own backyard. Enjoy great
food and beverage pairings, live local music
and meet the personalities behind the dishes.
Destination Kohler participants include: The
Immigrant Restaurant, The Winery Bar, The
Horse & Plow, Blackwolf Run, River Wildlife,
Whistling Straits, Cucina, KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolates, Wisconsin Room, Kitchens
Of Kohler Catering, Craverie Chocolatier Caf,
Take 5 Caf at Sports Core, Executive Chefs,
Banquets, and Pastry.

SPORTS CORE SPECIALS,


EVENTS & CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Sports Core at 920-457-4444
or online at sports-core.com for more information.
Adult Tennis Mixer: Friday, December 18 at
6-9pm
Bring a friend or come solo for 2 hours of
mixed partner doubles tennis play. Open to
players of all levels. Social to follow in
lobby.

YOGA ON THE LAKE


SPECIALS AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Yoga on the Lake at
920-453-2817 or Please
contactashley.kohler@kohler.com for more
information.
1 stands for Higher Truth, 0 stands for
Emptiness, and 8 stands for Infinity:
December 20, 5-7pm
Restorative Circuit and Aromatherapy with
Jessica Kohn: January 3, 3:30-4:45pm

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

Save the Date: Wisconsin


Food Favorites
January 29-31, 2016
There is more to Wisconsin foods than
brats, beer and cheese. Destination Kohler
Chefs will introduce you to products from
local farmers and producers as they prepare and celebrate the foods of Wisconsin.
With food demonstrations, a field to table
breakfast, and a Wisconsin heritage dinner,
all things Wisconsin will be the theme of
the weekend. Join our beverage team as
they introduce you to the different recipes
and flavors of the classic Wisconsin cocktail the Old Fashioned. Mark your calendars and check online at
www.AmericanClubResort.com for
schedule details.