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School District introduces newest

sta members

Some new faces greeted Kohler Schools students as they headed back to class on September 1. Students will study under a new seventh grade English teacher, a high school social
studies and English teacher, a high school science teacher, a high school music teacher, and a new Athletic and Activities Director.

Rebecca Rabideaux

Joe Hildebrand

Hello Kohler, WI! My name is

Rebecca Rabideaux. After spending the past six years studying and
working in Iowa, I am happy to
be home. I graduated from Drake
University for the second time in
May. You see, I loved Drake so
much I stayed after I completed
my Bachelors degree in Biochemistry, Cell, and Molecular
Biology with a minor in Biology
to complete a Masters Degree in
Teaching with a focus in Biology
and Chemistry Education. While
studying for my Masters Degree,
I had the awesome opportunity
to work in an international food
chemistry lab. That was an invaluable experience! I was born
and raised in a southwest suburb
of Milwaukee. And though I was
a Falcon in high school, matriculating with none other than former
Badgers Quarterback Joel Stave,
I am a loyal Iowa Hawkeyes fan.
One of my younger brothers is
a student at U-Iowa. My family
has season tickets for Hawkeyes
football and we like to say we are
black & gold at heart. I cannot
wait to trade in all of these colors
for Bomber Blue this fall! I am
so excited to join your incredible
Kohler School team. I look forward to teaching and learning with
all of the wonderful students here.
Be sure to say Hello to me when
you see me around town.

It is with great Kohler pride that

I announce to you that I will be
serving as your new Athletic and
Activities Director for the Kohler
School District. I am excited to
work with the students, sta, families and coaches to help lead our
district to new heights of athletic
excellence. I will be entering my
eighteenth year in education and
third year as an Athletic Director.
I started my career as an Athletic
Director and then transitioned to
teaching physical education while
also coaching multiple sports at
various levels. During my rst
couple of weeks at Kohler I have
been very impressed to witness
the dedication to academics displayed by the students and their
families. I am condent that this
same dedication will be brought in
the athletic realm where our students will be challenged daily to
seek their personal limits of excellence. I currently reside in Grafton
with my wife Michelle and my
four kids, Bennett (11), Carson
(9), Brynlee (7), and Cooper (3). I
wish you all a wonderful and safe
remainder of your summer and I
look forward to seeing many of
you when we begin our sports seasons in the Fall.

Eva Stokes

Ms. Stokes is thrilled to join the

Kohler community. After growing up in the Milwaukee area,
and then attending the University
of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, she is
very excited to return to Eastern
Wisconsin. Ms. Stokes graduated
in 2015 with a Bachelors of Music
Education in Choral and General
Music. Her passion lies with Middle and High School and cant wait
to get started as the Choral Music
Teacher at Kohler. Throughout her
time at Wisconsins Singing University, Ms. Stokes had a variety
of performance and education experiences, including international
and national tours, cabaret and
recital performances and teaching
practicums at all levels.
It is my honor to join one of the
top school districts for music education and a community that truly
values the arts. I strive to engage
students and provide a variety of
both musical and non-musical experiences. I am so excited to work
with all the fantastic students,
teachers, administration and parents of the Kohler community!

Ryan Eigenberger

Katie Felckowski

Hello, my name is Ryan Eigenberger and I am the new Social

Studies and English teacher at
Kohler High School. Originally
from Sheboygan, Ive lived in the
area my whole life. I graduated
from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a History
B.S. and Political Science minor.
While attending U Dub Dub, I
played baseball for one season and
worked in the Intramural Department for four. I was a supervisor
and the sport coordinator for both
basketball and ag football. And I
still ociate basketball today.
In my free time I enjoy playing
with my dogs, Oliver and Luke,
reading, and playing any sport
possible. This fall I will also be on
the sidelines helping the football
program. Teaching and coaching
are my two biggest passions. I enjoy interacting with the phenomenal students of Kohler on both

Hello everyone! My name is

Katie Felckowski and I am thrilled
to be the new sixth and seventh
grade English teacher at Kohler
Middle School. Prior to accepting
this position in the Kohler School
District, I was a K-12 substitute
teacher in the Stevens Point School
District as well as a student teacher in the Tomorrow River School
District. I received my Bachelors
Degree in Secondary English Education from the University of
Wisconsin - Stevens Point. This
will be my rst year teaching, and
I cannot express how lucky and
excited I am to work for such a
prestigious school district with a
wonderfully collaborative faculty
in the tremendous community of

Labor Day week

garbage pickup
will be Wednesday,
September 7
Whenever a holiday falls on a
Monday, all garbage pick-ups will
be one day later than scheduled.
Since Labor Day falls on Monday,
September 5, garbage pick-up for
that week will be on Wednesday,
September 7.





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home equity loans*

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other applicable escrows. Actual payment will be greater. Excludes commercial loans, home equity lines of
credit, credit cards, Kwik Cash, unsecured loans, mobile homes, and share secured loans. Other
exclusions may apply. Cannot be combined with any other specials. Membership is required.




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Special events scheduled to
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September 12-18, 2016

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Come Worship at Bethany Lutheran

Beginning Sunday, September
11, services at Bethany Lutheran
Church in Kohler will be at 10:00
a.m. Sunday School for ages 3
through high school will also start

September 11 at 8:45 a.m. Adult

Bible Study will begin Sunday,
September 18 at 8:45 a.m.
New to Bethany: Child Care
will be oered during the church

service starting September 11.

Bethany Lutheran Church is
located at 222 Church Street,
Kohler. Reverend Robert Steele.

Woodlake Market celebrates

its 30th anniversary with special
events, throwback prices, and live
music on September 12-18, 2016.
The grocery store opened in 1986
as the anchor business of The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler located
in quaint Village of Kohler.
In the mid-1980s, Kohler
Co. committed Woodlake Market
to Be of the highest quality, yet
oer good prices. That principle still proves to as a successful
business model thirty years later, said Gerald Allison, Business
Manager-Woodlake Market and
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates We continue our dedication to oering the highest quality
products as the local grocery destination for both specialty items
and conventional groceries. Our
philosophy is simplequality,
freshness and service.
To commemorate the 30-year
milestone, Woodlake Market will
host an historic cake cutting ceremony and champagne toast on
Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Noon in the
Atrium. On behalf of Kohler Co.
Herb Kohler, Executive Chairman; David Kohler, CEO & President; and Laura Kohler, Senior VP
Human Resources & Stewardship
will welcome attendees and share
remarks. This commemoration is
complimentary and open to the
From the earth-friendly grocery bags to supporting local agriculture, to the unparalleled se-

Kohler Co. photo

lection of products on our shelves,

this anniversary marks a longstanding dedication to the customers and our community, said Allison. We want each guest to have
memorable experiences, unlike
anything they can get anywhere
else, and we have an amazing
team of people who helps deliver
that to our community every day.
Anniversary week highlights
include Gallo Wines & Beer Garden, Woodlake Market on the
Grill, Boars Head Hotdog Cart,
Vendor Fair, Variety Car Show,
Bounce Houses, Face Painting,
and more. Visitors will enjoy live
entertainment by the following
local acts: Ryan Kautzer Polka
Band, The Big Life Roots Rock
Band and The Heather Macy Jazz
& Pop Quartet. Shoppers will nd
daily special prices throughout the
In timing with the anniversary
celebrations, Woodlake Market
is the host site for the The United Way Charity Bags Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 17 from
10am-7 p.m. Prizes include Milwaukee Brewer Tickets, Kohler
Waters Spa services and Destination Kohler gift cards. Pre-registration is available online at or after Sept. 9 at Woodlake Market.
For a complete list of in-store
events, visit,
stop-in the store for a yer or call
Woodlake Market at 920-457-6570.

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Kohler grad presents

at Mayo Clinic for
undergrad research
Valerie Linck, a 2013 Kohler
grad who is entering her junior
year at Emory University in Atlanta, culminated a summer undergrad renal research fellowship
with a presentation at the Mayo
Clinic Kidney, Urologic and Hematologic Research Conference in
early August, 2016. The presentation included students from Emory, Yale, Harvard, and Vanderbilt.
At the conference, Valerie was
able to meet Dr. Peter Agree,
the 2003 Nobel Prize winner in
Chemistry for his research on
channels in the kidney.
The fellowship, sponsored
by the National Institute of
Health, provided a full grant for
a ten week research in an area
related to kidneys. Valeries area
related to the study of mice with
high and low fat and high and low
salt diets to measure the impact
that certain aspects may have on
diabetes and high blood pressure
with mice that were lacking cer-

tain compounds. She used a special genetic breeding pair of mice

to develop mice with the tendencies needed for the study.
Valeries work was done in the
Emory School of Medicine research labs under the direction of
Dr. Eaton, Chair of Physiology at
Emory University. She has been
working in these labs with mice
since January of this year. During
her work, she needed to draw
blood and take the blood pressure
of mice. In order to complete her
research, Valerie performed surgery on the mice to remove kidneys to be able to run the necessary tests to develop a research
Valerie gained her love for Biology during an AP Biology class
and as a lab assistant with Kohler
High School science teacher Jesse
Good. Valerie is studying Biology
with a focus on entering the medical eld.



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The finished basement offers another living or rec room area, a
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Kohler alum animating his

way to a successful career
Kohler alumnus Tucker Barrie
is making a name for himself in
the lm animation business.
Tucker attended Kohler Schools
since junior kindergarten. After graduating from Kohler High
School in 2009, he went on to
study lm and video at Columbia
College, Chicago, with an emphasis on animation. After college,
Tucker moved to Los Angeles,
California to work on the lm
Anomalisa, a 2015 stop-motion
comedy-drama lm which was
nominated for an Oscar for Best
Animated Feature Film of the
Year, but ultimately lost to Pixars
Inside Out.
Tucker is currently an animator
for Tumble Leaf, an eight-time

Emmy-winning Amazon Studios

original series that premiered in
2014, and he freelances during
his time o. He is also currently an animation director on three
Disney Star Wars Lego spots. His
rst one, a ve-minute video, premiered on August 30th, playing
all day in Times Square on the
Disney screen.
Tucker also recently won the
grand prize for an animation he
submitted for a Nickelodeon
contest titled, What Do Nicktoons Mean to You? in honor
of 25 Years of Nick Animation.
The Nickelodeon contest judges
said they received tons of submissions . . . Tuckers denitely
caught our attention and made

us feel all the feels, winning him

the grand prize. Tuckers video can be viewed by visiting
Tucker lives in Los Angeles with Stacy VanDyke, also a
Kohler graduate, and their dog

Tucker Barrie and Stacy VanDyke, who is a

civil engineer, have known each other since
the second grade.

Please call 920-917-9759 for more details or an appointment

Asking $695,000 FSBO
Will work with agent via a one party listing

More changes to Make A Break for

Mans Best Friend Walk/Run
There will no longer be any rafes for the event. Only a brat fry
will follow. The due date for T-shirt
payments have been changed to
September 26. As reported in the
August 15th Kohler Villager, the

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Kohler girls raise awareness,

donations for fresh water needs
in Africa

Have you been visited by caroling young ladies these past two Christmases? We are GRO. Girls Reaching
out. We went door to door around the neighborhoods in Kohler seeking donations towards our project to
build a well and bring fresh, clean water to a village the same size as kohler in Malawi, Africa. Bridget
Bullard, Asha Edgerle, Mary Madigan, Jordyn Schipper, Marcella Senti, and Courtney Yang have been
members of this group for the past three and a half years, and we are excited to share our summer progress
with you!
This past year, GRO learned phase of the well.
is international!
how to approach corporations and
We hope you are having a fun
Past members of Lakeland Colgive them the chance to donate to leges Malawi Graduate Student lled summer! If you know of a
safe, accessible water in Malawi. program helped us get in touch company or an individual who
We have enjoyed giving our pre- with a group of girls our age from might like to hear our presentasentation to Salon 511, Shining Malawi so we could learn rst tion, please check out our webLotus, Bullard Childrens Dentist- hand what its like to be a girl in site at
ry, and St. Lukes Church in She- Africa. We communicate through growithus.
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This summer has been quite life and the water problems there, donation checks can be made out
eventful for GRO. A member of helping us in our project. Recently to Lakeland College AdvanceGRO and her friend held a lem- they asked us if they could start a ment Oce (GRO well project)
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made a generous donation, they
challenged us to keep working
through the summer by oering to
match any funds we could raise by
September 1st. Johnsonville Sausage was happy to meet the Pepsi
challenge and gave a very generous donation, too.
Since 2013, we have raised
$6,200, and we thank profusely
everyone who donated to our project. We are over the halfway point
of our $10,000 goal!
Lakeland College has partnered
with us as a 501c3 so that anyone
who supports our project may receive a tax deductible donation.
Lakeland has built two wells
in the past and they will help us Jordan Schipper, Asha Edgerle, Bridget Bullard, Courtney Yang, Marcella Senti, and
during the actual construction Mary Madigan.

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Literacy Council seeks volunteers

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We currently assist students from
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local churches and organizations
who sponsor the refugees, local
libraries and LTC on how we can

meet the needs of all who need

literacy help and to recruit volunteer tutors. When Sheboygan
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We train tutors to work oneon-one with adult learners at a
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Tune-up includes power wash, spark plug, air filter,

blade sharpening & oil change. Push mowers $50 $65. Riding mowers $125 - $150. Additional repairs
extra. Snow blower servicing also available.
Call for pricing (920) 457-1544

IRS Warns of back-to-school scams; encourages

students, parents, schools to stay alert
Revenue Service today warned
taxpayers against telephone scammers targeting students and parents during the back-to-school
season and demanding payments
for non-existent taxes, such as the
Federal Student Tax.
People should be on the lookout
for IRS impersonators calling students and demanding that they wire
money immediately to pay a fake
federal student tax. If the person
does not comply, the scammer becomes aggressive and threatens to
report the student to the police to
be arrested. As schools around the
nation prepare to re-open, it is important for taxpayers to be particularly aware of this scheme going
after students and parents.
Although variations of the IRS
impersonation scam continue yearround, they tend to peak when
scammers nd prime opportunities
to strike, said IRS Commissioner
John Koskinen. As students and
parents enter the new school year,
they should remain alert to bogus
calls, including those demanding
fake tax payments from students.
The IRS encourages college and
school communities to share this
information so that students, parents and their families are aware of
these scams.

Scammers are constantly identifying new tactics to carry out their

crimes in new and unsuspecting
ways. This year, the IRS has seen
scammers use a variety of schemes
to fool taxpayers into paying money or giving up personal information. Some of these include:
Altering the caller ID on incoming phone calls in a spoong
attempt to make it seem like the
IRS, the local police or another
agency is calling
providers to trick tax professionals--IR-2016-103
fake tax payments using iTunes gift cards-IR-2016-99
Soliciting W-2 information from
payroll and human resources
Verifying tax return information over the phone--IR-2016-40
Pretending to be from the

Generally, the IRS will rst mail

you a bill if you owe any taxes.
Threaten to immediately bring
in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you
arrested for not paying.
Demand that you pay taxes
without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the
amount they say you owe.
Ask for credit or debit card
numbers over the phone.
If you get a suspicious phone call
from someone claiming to be from
the IRS and asking for money,
heres what you should do:
Do not give out any information.
Hang up immediately.
Search the web for telephone
numbers scammers leave in your
voicemail asking you to call
back. Some of the phone numbers may be published online
and linked to criminal activity.
Contact TIGTA to report the
call. Use their IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting web page
If you receive an unexpected call or call 800-366-4484.
from someone claiming to be from Report it to the Federal Trade
the IRS, here are some of the tell- Commission. Use the FTC
tale signs to help protect yourself.
Complaint Assistant on FTC.
gov. Please add IRS Telephone
The IRS Will Never:
Scam in the notes.
Call to demand immediate pay If you think you might owe
ment using a specic payment
taxes, call the IRS directly at
method such as a prepaid debit
card, gift card or wire transfer.







KPAL seeks new members

The Kohler Police Athletic League is
looking for new male members. If you
live in the Village of Kohler or the Kohler
School District and are interested in joining a benevolent organization, we might
be just for you. The KPAL was formed
in 1954 and has been supporting Kohler
Youth ever since. The group has two major fundraisers a year, the KPAL Brat Fry
(3rd Sunday in February) and the KPAL/
Lions Oktoberfest (Sept 9th & 10th this
We donate approximately $12,000 a
year to worthy causes, 2016 donations included: (2) $1,500 scholarships to Kohler
graduates; over $2,000 for Boy and Girls
Basketball programs; $3,350 for Village
of Kohler Recreation Baseball; and most
recently $2,500 for the Kohler Girls Swim
Team starting blocks. The starting blocks
purchase was a joint eort between the
Village of Kohler, Kohler Schools and
the Kohler Girls Swim Team. The KPAL
also annually supports the Kohler Youth

Football program and the Boy Scout and

Girl Scouts of Kohler. The monies donated support eorts that maybe otherwise
would not be happen.
The KPAL wants to thank all those in
the community that support our eorts.
The money we raise is thoughtfully spent
on youth and their activities to make
Kohler a great place to live and raise a
family. We arent able to do the entire
fundraising ourselves. Many wives,
friends and other family members regularly help with our fundraising events. We
appreciate all that everyone does for our
great organization.
The next meeting for the KPAL is Sept
14th in the Kohler Village Hall at 7 pm.
The KPAL regularly meet on the second Wednesday of the month. There are
nominal dues of $25, which support the
members meals and social time after the
monthly meetings. If you are interested,
please consider attending a meeting and
joining our organization.

Kohler family achieves

goal of visiting all 50 states
The Jarentowski family recently returned from a trip to
Alaska, thus completing their
goal of visiting all 50 of the
United States.
Michael and JulieAnn
Jarentowski wanted to travel with their two children,
Zachary, age 15, and Lauren,
age 11, while the couple was
still relatively young enough
to enjoy good health and had
the time. They wanted to
complete their goal of visiting all 50 states before Zachary turned 16 and became too
busy with school activities
and jobs. If the kids were too
young to remember a destination, the family would
return to it when they were
The familys Alaska trip
included a seven day cruise
and three days on the main-

land. I traveled the country

with my family when I was a
child and I wanted to experience the same beauty, history
and adventure with my children. Those are memories
that I will never forget and
cant be taken away, said
Vacation planning has become something of a family
hobby, according to Michael. He researches ights,
rental cars and hotels while
JulieAnn plans the attractions and activities. Typical
vacations last about ten days,
but have been as short as a
weekend at the Jersey Shore
and as long as three weeks
visiting the entire southeast.
The kids not only enjoy traveling, but they have
found it very educational.
They have often covered

topics in school about the

very places they have visited. Having that rsthand
knowledge is something a
textbook or classroom cannot
replicate. Our hope is that
by giving our children these
experiences, they will want
to do the same with their children! said Michael.
Other places visited by the
Jarentowski family include
Canada, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland, Mexico, Bahamas,
Belize, Honduras, Puerto
Rico, St. Thomas, St. John,
and St. Martin.
Zacharys favorite state is
Hawaii and Laurens favorite
state is Nevada. Zachary will
be a sophomore and Lauren
is entering the sixth grade at
Kohler Schools.

(920) 876-4020
Professional interior & exterior painting & staining

Fri & Sat, Sept. 9-10 River Park, Sheboygan Falls

Friday, Sept. 9

Happy Hour
$2 Domestic Beers
$3 Specialty Beers
Jeff Behrens The Waltzmeister
(Main Tent)



(Main Tent)



Pat McCurdy (Main Tent)

The Toys (Main Tent)

(Food by Al & Als Steinhaus)

Ryan Kautzer Band

(Tennis Courts)


Jeff Behrens - German


12 noon

HTT Inc. Cornhole

Challenge - Open

Friday Night Fish Fry

(by Bob & Jackie Eigenberger)

Plymouth High
German Band

(Main Tent)

(Tennis Courts)

Sprechers Beer

Saturday, Sept. 10

Re/Max Team
Beaudoin Sheepshead
(Main Tent)


Shock Top 5K Bier

Run/Walk (River Park)
Superior Chemical/
North Woods
Sponsors Challenge
(Tennis Courts)

(Main Tent)


El Dorados
(Main Tent)


Stetsin & Lace

(Main Tent)


Vic Ferrari
(Main Tent)

Culvers Inatable
Recreation Area (Saturday Only)

Thank you to all our sponsors! 100% of the profits are donated back to the local community!

For more info or to register online for any of the special events, please visit





Holiday Garbage Pick-up

When a holiday falls on a Monday, all

garbage pick-ups will be one day later than
scheduled. For example, Labor Day falls
on Monday, September 5; therefore garbage
pick-up for that week will be on

Wednesday, September 7th


Village Meetings Scheduled for September


Property Committee
Finance Committee
Library Board

4:30 pm
5:00 pm
12:00 pm at
Village Board
5:30 pm
Planning Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.

Absentee Voting
The General Election will be Tuesday, November
8. Will you need an Absentee Ballot? Absentee
ballot applications are available in the Village Clerk/
Treasurers Oce or online: (Form
GAB-121). Absentee voters are also required to
show a photo ID to vote when voting in the Village
Oces. If voting absentee by mail, a copy of photo
ID must be included with the absentee ballot.

Voter Registration
Are you registered to vote in the Village of Kohler?
Voter registration is available in the Clerk/Treasurers
Oce until Friday, November 4. You can also register
on Election Day. All new registrants must provide
a document establishing their proof of residence
as part of the voter registration application. Valid
forms of proof of residence must include the voters
name and current address. Examples: current and
valid Wisconsin driver license or identication card;
ocial identication card or license issued by a WI
governmental body; real estate tax bill or receipt for
current year or year preceding the date of the election;
college ID card (must include photo) along with a fee
receipt dated within the last 9 months; gas, electric or
telephone service statement for period commencing
no earlier than 90 days before the Election; bank
statement; paycheck; check or other document issued
by a unit of government.


Cross Connection Control (Backow) Program
The Village of Kohler is required to move forward
with a cross connection control program. WDNR
Regulations require every water supplier develop and
implement a comprehensive cross connection control
program. The contractor hired to oversee Kohlers
backow program is Aqua Backow, a nationally
recognized rm located in Elgin, IL. Aqua Backow
can be reached at 847-742-2296 with any questions.
Your Village of Kohler contact, Brett Edgerle, can be
reached at 920-459-3881. All water customers will be
contacted by Aqua Backow at some point over the
next few months to perform a site survey. Inspectors
will be surveying your property to be sure that your
water systems are protected from existing or potential
cross connections.

Brush Pick-up
The Village crew picks up brush and tree branches
that can be run through a chipper on Tuesdays (with
the exception of Holiday schedule). The material
must be in 4-foot lengths, maximum 6-inch diameter
and piled neatly at the curb. No thorny material or
material with root balls is allowed. Thorny material,
root balls and all loose and leafy material must go in
the yard waste cart. Curbside leaf collection is in the
fall only.
Rummage or Yard Sale Signs
Please be advised that only one Yard or Rummage
Sale sign is allowed per property; the sign must be
located on sale property. Signs located on/in cars
on street right-of-ways are prohibited.
Noxious Weeds/Grass Length
According to Village Ordinance 8.24, it is the duty
of every homeowner to destroy all noxious weeds on
their property before they go to seed. Examples of
noxious weeds are Canadian thistle, English charlock,
wild mustard, creeping jenny, goats beard and cottonbearing trees. Also, grass that exceeds nine-inches in
height is in violation of this ordinance. The Village
gives ve-day notice to the homeowner to mow
their grass. Otherwise, the Village will mow at the
homeowners expense.



School is back in Session

Now that school is back in session, please remember
to drive carefully on the streets around the school.
The speed limit is 15 mph when children are present
in the school zones. There is no stopping or standing
of vehicles for the westbound trac on School Street,
or on Church Street adjacent to the school. Also, for
parents that drop children o in the morning do so
close to the crosswalk so the students can be helped
across the street. Students that are crossing in midblock amongst the vehicles are harder to see and
are not as safe. The safest location would be to drop
students o on the north side by the canopy. Follow
the aides directions for smooth trac ow.


and Students: Schools In
and the Youth Center has
gone back to after-school
Monday through Friday 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Located on School Street, Door 19, right
next to the Pool
WE INVITE YOU to COME ON IN and enjoy an
easy-going, fun and comfortable environment. Need
a quick snack after school or before practice? Need a
place to unwind? How about a quick and easy dinner?
At the Kohler Youth Center, we oer after school
snacks, after school unwind time and a place to meet
your friends. The Kohler Youth Center is staed by
Youth Workers/High School Students. We welcome
one and all.

Facility Highlights:
3 Big Screen TVs
2 Lounge Areas
Classic Games
Video Games
Skee Ball
Free Ping Pong
Free Billiards
Menu Highlights:
Moms Mobile Meal Chicken Tender, Hamburgers,
Chicken Sandwiches, Chicken Tenders, Grilled
Cheese, Hot Dogs . . . Chocolate Milk Shakes,
Hand Dipped Vanilla Ice Cream, Snacks, Candy and

Pool News
The pool is moving into our Fall Schedule. The Baby
Pool closes September 4.
Our hours for Fall:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 6-7:30 PM
Saturdays and Sundays: 1:30-4 PM
Please Note: We are CLOSED September 5th so our
sta can be with their family.
Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day Weekend we will
be open from 1:30-4 PM, this is the last weekend for
the Baby Pool.
Free to Village residents
$2 if you are a guest with a Resident, $5 unaccompanied
by Resident
Dont Forget we still have Water in Motion (Water
Aerobics) and Lap Swim
Water in Motion
Meets on M/W/F at 7-8 AM
Cost is $1 No class on September 5!
Lap Swim
On Monday Thursday at 8-9 AM
No cost if you are a village resident

The Village Board approved the following items
during their July 11 meeting:
2015 Village of Kohler Financial Statements.
Referral to Property Committee to research repair
of the existing pool versus the cost of building
Operators licenses as requested.
May 2016 Revenue & Expense Report, bank
reconciliation and journal entries.
Submitting application for a State Trust Fund Loan
for $950,000 at 3% interest for a period of 10
years prior to September 1, 2016.
Purchase soil compactor from UE Machinery &
Parts, $1,520.
Purchase and install swimming pool starting
blocks for an amount not to exceed $15,000, with
the expected return of 2/3 total cost from Kohler
School District and swim team.
Resolution 2016-4, supporting the railroad
pedestrian crossing connecting Lower Lost Woods
Park and Upper Lost Woods Park.
Hiring candidate for position of Senior Living
Building permit for signage at Global
Communications Building.




Board of Education Regular Meeting

July 12, 2016
Call to Order
Pete called the meeting to order at 5:30
p.m. in the Kohler Public Library. Paula
Anderson called roll. The following
board members were present: Christina
Koberstein, Steve Cassady, Meredith
Behler and Pete Schueller. Chad
Hamilton entered at 5:35 pm.
Statement of Public Notice
July 7, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda.
Steve seconded the motion. Motion
MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy
Summer 2016
Summer 2016 has been focused
upon improving systems that will have
significant impact on our entire learning
community. It has been a quiet and
reflective month since school has been
Strategic Communications and School
Stemming from the School Perceptions
Strategic Communications Plan, the
administration is taking on a number
of summer initiatives. The first involves
working with community members and
staff to improve our Sneak Peek and
Open House activities. Feedback and
discussion surrounded putting more
structure around these events in order
to provide our community a sense
of purpose and information sharing.
All members of the team agreed that
this should help drive attendance and
relevance at all levels, elementary, middle
and high school. Specific to this was
information for orientating new parents
as well as transitioning students to the
specific schools. The second initiative
will specifically target communications.
We are in the process of developing and
piloting an electronic newsletter that will
be sent out monthly to regularly update
all stakeholders as to that which is
happening in our building.
Strategic Plan 2011-2016 year end
report (Quynh Trueblood)
This report acknowledges the faculty and
staff who have committed themselves to
the Kohler School Districts vision with
uncompromising passion and the highest
work ethic during a time of unprecedented
state mandates, dynamic political climate,
rapid student enrollment growth, and
significant organizational restructuring.
From their work, 80% of the strategic
plan is accomplished at the conclusion of
the Plan. The Kohler School community
can stand proud. We are prepared to
build upon our strengths and to address
challenges in the next plan.
5-YEAR PROGRESS, 2011-16
The strategic plan has been living
document that has been adaptive and
responsive to external mandates and
critical annual review. At the conclusion of
the Plan, 80% of actions are completed,
11 % remain in-progress, and 9% placed
During the 2015-16 year, 58% of actions
were completed. Of the remaining
actions, 31% are in-progress and 11%
are on-hold. The totality of the actions

reflect the Districts deep commitment

to student learning, building professional
capacity, and enhancing a positive
climate and culture of participation
and communication. The 6 actions
that remain in-progress are important,
intended for completion over multiple
years, and worthwhile to continue into the
next Plan. The 2 actions that are on-hold
require reevaluation.
A full report is available in the districts
Seclusion & Restraint report/
Cindy Payne gave a presentation about
seclusion and restraint. She also reported
the number of incidents in the 2015-2016
school year.
Review of District Finances
In process of finalizing the year 201516. External auditors will be on site to
conduct the financial audit on July 21.
Final results for 2015-16 will be reported
at completion of the audit.
Consent Agenda
Approval of June 20, 2016 Regular Board
Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Chad moved to approve the consent
agenda. Meredith seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve the second reading of
Neola policies 6108 and 6424 as
recommended by the finance
Steve moved to approve policies 6108
and 6424. Christina seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve policy 5113open enrollment
as recommended by the ad hoc policy
committee and the committee of the
Chad moved to approve policy 5113-open enrollment. Meredith seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from
the Frederic C Kohler foundation in
the amount of $22,000
Christina moved to accept the generous
donation from the Federic C Kohler
foundation in the amount of $22,000.
Steve seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from
the Ruth DeYoung Kohler foundation
in the amount of $30,000
Chad moved to accept the generous
unrestricted donation from the Ruth
DeYoung Kohler foundation in the amount
of $30,000. Steve seconded the motion.
All ayes. Motion carried.
If needed, adjourn to closed session
to consider employment, contracts
and performance-related information
for employees over which the school
board has jurisdiction or exercises
responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats.
19.85 (1) (c).
Chad moved to enter into closed session.
Meredith seconded the motion. A roll call
vote was taken: Pete-aye, Chad-aye,
Christina-aye, Meredith-aye, Steve-aye.
The meeting entered into closed session
at 6:05 pm.
The meeting was adjourned by Pete at
7:00 pm.

Kohler Schools
named to
top 500 list

School board accepting

applications for vacancy

The Kohler School Board is

accepting applications to ll the
vacancy resulting from a resigIn its annual ranking of schools nation of a current board memfrom across the United States, ber. Interested candidates must
Newsweek placed Kohler at num- submit a letter of interest and
resume to Paula Anderson, Asber 205.
The Newsweek High School sistant to the Superintendent, by
pm on September 15, 2016.
Rankings assess schools
on 3:30
a broad range of data to determine As governed by District policy,
which institutions do the best job the Board will conduct candidate
interviews during an open meetof preparing students for college.
Factors considered include
graduation rate, college enrollment rate, SAT and ACT scores
and participation, AP/IB scores
and participation, full-time counselors-to-students ratio, dropout
Kohler High School and the
rate, enrollment in college courses
department are proud
during high school and state test
the hiring of Pete
head girls basketKohlers statistics are as follows:
ball coach.
Counselor-Student Ratio: 1:192
Coach Schueller, a graduate of
Schools, has been coach Student Retention:1.25
ing girls within the program for
SAT/ACT Composite Score:
the last four seasons. He has also
taken an active role with the high
Avg. SAT Score: 1922
school summer program over the
past two summers and coached
Avg. ACT Score: 24
in the AAU ranks for the past
AP/IB/Dual Enrollment
two seasons. Pete is the President
Composite: 58.1

Friday, December 16
1:45 p.m.

ing to be held in September. The

interview process will include
a statement by each candidate
ad-dressing specic questions
that are detailed in District Policy
142.5. Selection to the Board will
be determined by condential
paper ballot vote at that meeting.
Interested candidates may contact
Superintendent Quynh Trueblood
with any questions.

KHS hires girls varsity

basketball head coach

Avg. AP Score:



Participation: 3.1


Readiness: 80.2


Rate: 100
College-bound: 100

and Owner of Lakeside Bottling

Company and a certied public
Pete is excited for the opportunity to take on the lead role of
this program. I am honored and
excited to be joining the KHS
coaching sta. I have high expectations moving forward and I am
looking forward to getting the ball
Pete and his wife, Erin, have
ve children four of whom are
currently enrolled in the District.

Samuel da Silva wins

composition contest
Kohler Middle School student
Samuel da Silva was honored
as the winner of the Wisconsin
School Music Association Best
Instrumental Solo-Middle School
Division at the Wisconsin Center
for Music Education in Waunakee, Wisconsin. Samuel won the
award for his ute solo entitled
Peaceful Meadows.
The WSMA Student Composition Project is a program at the
heart of creativity, encouraging
young musicians to artistically
take what they are learning in music education and apply it in their
own way through original music
Samuel created his original

composition to perform at the

WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Music Festival and submitted
it along with a recording to the
Student Composition Project last
March. Student works are evaluated by professional composers, and
students receive written critique
forms from the evaluators. Awards
are awarded based solely on merit.
Samuels composition was one of
over 200 compositions submitted
to the Student Composition Project.
In addition to receiving the
award, Samuel received a scholarship to study with a professional
composer. Congratulations Samuel da Silva!



Kohler Food & Wine Experience

October 20 - 23, 2016
Tickets are now on sale for the 16th
annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience
a four-day extravaganza of food, wine
and fun. There are more than 100 ticketed
events including dynamic culinary
seminars, cooking demonstrations, grand
tastings and stylish signature soirees set
at the resorts captivating venues and at
the expansive Stella Artois Main Stage
tent. Tickets do sell quickly and guests
are encouraged to book reservations early.
Order individual event tickets online at or by calling 1-866-243-8548. Please
note, ticket orders will not be fullled until the week of September 12, 2016.

The Horse & Plow

Huddle Radio Show to
Air Live from Kohler
Football season is back. ESPN
Wisconsin and Destination
Kohler present The Horse &
Plow Huddle broadcasting live
from The Horse & Plow on
Mondays from 6-7pm.
Score yourself a seat as ESPN
Radio Sports Hosts Homer
and Gabe break down the
action each week with a former
or current Packer player
including Mark Tauscher who is
set to make guest appearances.
The show will be broadcast

live throughout the dining room

of the historic taproom. Stick
around after the show, and enjoy
Monday night football and drink
Stay current with every episode
of the show by listening to the
podcast at
The show will continue airing
until the end of regular season
football. Schedule, hosts and
players subject to change. For
more information call

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

Semi-annual Hollyhock Days
September 1- October 31
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy 30% o signature Kohler Waters Spa
Hollyhock Products. Purchase products in the
spa bou que or online at
Capture Fall Special Oer
Through October 31
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy $25 o any 50- or 80- minute services
now through October 31st. To book a service
call 888-974-5431. Some restric ons apply.
Culinary Skills Class
Thursdays, September 8, 15, 22, 29, 5:30-7pm,
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
Take your cooking exper se to the next level
Thursday nights at the Demonstra on Kitchen.
Prep and cook alongside our culinary experts
as they guide you through topics from knife
skills to pasta making.
September 8 Knife Skills; Salad
A hands-on chopping session thatll have you
mincing, slicing, and dicing vegetables and
herbs like a pro and create delicious salad in
the process! Knife care, sharpening and honing,
and selec on are also covered.
September 15 Gluten-Free Gourmet
Bring the fun back into your food with these
gluten-free goodies! A hands-on experience
for the gluten-free novice or the experienced
gluten-free cook looking for some inspira on!
September 22 Ramen DIY
No crunchy noodles and avor packets
here! Learn the art of making ramen noodles
from scratch, and how to prepare delicious recipes featuring Japans most ubiquitous noodle.
September 29 Tapas Party
Eat your way through sunny Spain as you celebrate this colorful, avor-packed cuisine with
small plates! Learn to create a unique menu
for friends and family with this hands-on experience.
Mini Mulligans
Various Dates, 1-3pm, $20
Kohler Swing Studio & Golf Shop
The Mini Mulligans Program is a great
introduc on to a variety of games oered
at the Kohler Swing Studio, located in The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler, which is open yearround. The games oer a fun and interac ve
way to prac ce golf skills. Available to Juniors
ages 4-13. $20 per child per session / $90
per child for all sessions. Available Games: 3
Mini Golf Courses, Skee Ball, Four-Hole Par 3
Compe on, Obstacle Course, Short Game
Challenge, Water Challenge. To register and
for more informa on contact Andrew Cain,
PGA Professional/Store Coordinator, Kohler
Swing Studio & Golf Shop at 920-208-4668 and
Mini Mulligans Program 2016 Schedule:
Sunday, Sept 11 Open Session
Sunday, Sept 18 Big Screen Movie &
Games (Free)

Woodlake Market 30th Anniversary

September 12-18
Woodlake Market
Woodlake Market celebrates its 30th anniversary with special events, throwback prices,
and live music. Anniversary week highlights
include Gallo Wines & Beer Garden, Woodlake
Market on the Grill, Boars Head Hotdog Cart,
Vendor Fair, Variety Car Show, Bounce Houses,
Face Pain ng, and more. Visitors will enjoy
live entertainment by the following local acts:
Ryan Kautzer Polka Band, The Big Life Roots
Rock Band and The Heather Macy Jazz & Pop
Quartet. Shoppers will nd daily special prices
throughout the store. For a complete list of
in-store events, visit,
stop-in the store for a yer or call Woodlake
Market at 920-457-6570.
Woodlake Market 30th Anniversary
Tuesday, September 13, Noon, Free
Woodlake Market
To commemorate the 30-year milestone,
Woodlake Market will host an historic cake
cu ng ceremony and champagne toast. On
behalf of Kohler Co. Herb Kohler, Execu ve
Chairman; David Kohler, CEO & President;
and Laura Kohler, Senior VP Human Resources & Stewardship will welcome a endees
and share remarks. This commemora on is
complimentary and open to the public. For a
complete list of in-store events, visit, stop-in the store for a
yer or call Woodlake Market at 920-457-6570.
Chefs Table Dinner Series
Fridays, Various Dates, 6-8pm, $60 per person /
$79 with beverage pairings
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
Join us in Des na on Kohler for the rst of its
kind, Chefs Table Dinner Series. Delight in a
3-course dinner demonstrated, prepared and
served by a featured Des na on Kohler chef
in the Demonstra on Kitchen. Chefs will be
showcasing their best and favorite dishes for
this exclusive event and showing you how they
make it all come together. Space is limited to
keep the experience in mate, so make sure to
reserve your seat at the table soon. Reserve
your spot and view menus at
Schedule of upcoming Chefs Table Dinners:
Friday, September 16 - Viva La Vegetarians!
Friday, September 23 - An Evening in Barcelona
Friday, September 30 - California Dreamin
Back to School Makeup Event
Thursday, September 22, 4-8pm, $25
Kohler Waters Spa
Take me for yourself and join us as we partner with na onal educators Alicia and Edgar
from Jane Iredale to transform your makeup
to the perfect back to school look. Learn new
ps and tricks on the latest fall trends. $25 per
person includes a 25-minute consulta on and
a $25 credit to use towards any Jane Iredale
purchase of $50 or more. Space is limited.
Advance reserva ons required. Please contact
Megan Homann at 920-451-2160 or to reserve your
appointment. Registra on fee is non-refund-

able and non-transferable for special events.

A 24 hour cancella on no ce is required for
all reserva ons to avoid being charged in full
for event fee. Access to full spa facili es is not
available to event a endees.
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, September 24
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages 6-8, $45)
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages 9-14, $65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking Camp. Located at the Demonstra on Kitchen, each handson class challenges kids to mix, measure, bake
and cook their way to a complete meal.
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8: A Breakfast of
These classes will teach you all about mixing,
measuring, kitchen safety, how to read and
follow recipes, and we will probably get a
li le messy, so you might want to wear some
clothes you wouldnt mind ge ng a li le dirty!
This class is a drop-o class but parents are
welcome to stay in the recep on area.
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: Becoming a
Breakfast Master
These classes will teach kitchen safety, cooking
and baking techniques, presenta on, table
se ng, basic product knowledge, and so much
more! This class is a drop-o class So kids
only please!
Classes at Inten ons
Healthy Sleep
Relaxa on expert John M. Oestreicher will
teach you how to fall asleep easily and quickly.
Learn to sleep soundly and release the endless
monkey mind cha er to create a res ul night.
Learn about natural, holis c and prac cal
techniques that help you develop a calm and
peaceful mind for longer and healthier sleep.
Date: Tue. Sep. 27, 2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30
p.m; Fee: $44.00, or Register before Sept. 7th
- $39.00
As You Think
This class is about using your thoughts eecvely to create the life you want. You will learn
what the Vibra onal Universe is and how it
works. Learn to recognize why your life is moving in a certain direc on and how to change it.
Techniques will be given to apply the power of
inten ons and to a ract what you want in life.
Presented by Kohler Golf Academys Mental
Imagery speaker, John Oestreicher
Date: Tue. Oct. 4, 2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m;
Fee: $44.00, or Register before Sept. 14th $39.00
Peaceful Warrior
Do you have a short fuse or get into frequent
arguments and ghts, have explosive anger?
Relaxa on expert John Oestreicher will teach
you to understand, control and nd healthier
ways to express your anger. In this class you
will learn the early anger warning signs and
ways to cool down quickly. Techniques will be
given to respond and perceive situa ons calmly
and eec vely. Learn a prac cal and holis c
approach to move thru life as the Peaceful

Date: Tue. Oct. 11, 2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30

p.m.; Fee: $44.00, or Register before Sept. 21th
- $39.00
Forever Young
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.
John Oestreicher will present an -aging studies
and how other cultures have reversed the
aging process. Learn natural, holis c and praccal techniques that will help you tap in to the
fountain of youth that is already within you.
Date: Tue. Oct. 18, 2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30
p.m.; Fee: $44.00, or Register before Sept. 28th
- $39.00
Chakra Balancing
Learn what a chakra is and how to balance
them. You will be taught an understanding of
their characteris cs to help you in your daily
life. In this class, you will also prac ce a Chakra
Medita on. In addi on, you will be given a
custom visualiza on and breathing exercise
based on your chakra scan. Presented by Reiki/
Master Teacher, John Oestreicher.
Date: Tue. Oct. 25, 2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30
p.m; Fee: $44.00, or Register before Oct. 5th $39.00
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler
Arts Center
August 1 October 2
Features the porcelain pieces of Kate Maury
(MN), the detailed studies of Wisconsin ora
and fauna of Joanna Poehlmann (WI) and the
exquisite 22 karat gold jewelry of Julie Seymour
(WI). For more informa on please call
For a list of classes, informa on, pricing details
and to register call Yoga on the Lake at
920-453-2817 for more informa on. Yoga On
the Lake oers workshops, special events and
guest instructors throughout the year.
Soul Sculpt with Jay Burckhardt
Saturday, September 24 10:30am
Soul Sculpt is a high intensity yoga class that
incorporates hand weights & cardio bursts to
burn calories and build lean muscle. Soul Sculpt
is geared for the gym focused yogi who loves
to sweat & jam to music. Regular priced class.
200 Hour Power Teacher Training
October 5 December 10
Make your light shine brighter than ever!
Embark on an incredible journey of yoga
educa on, self-explora on and transforma ve
wellness. Whether you plan to teach or
not, this program is designed for self-study
and personal growth. The Yoga on the Lake
community will support and upli you as you
follow your own unique path into teaching. We
invite you to join us and become a cer ed
200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT)
through Yoga Alliance at Yoga on the Lake.
Enroll now for fall 2016 Yoga Teacher Training!
Email for more
informa on.