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General election takes place Thinking of running
for village or school
Tuesday, November 8

The end is in sight for the
contentious 2016 presidential race, as voters take to the
polls on Tuesday, November 8. The polling place for
Kohler is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive. The
polls will be open from 7:00 a.m.
to 8:00 p.m.

Besides electing a pres- treasurer, and register of deeds.
ident and vice president, Voters will need to be registered
Kohler voters will also cast to vote, which can be done prior to
their votes for United States the election or on election day. All
Senator, District 6
voters must also show a
See a
representative for U.S.
photo ID when they vote.
sample ballot
Congress, District 27 rep- on page 2
For more information, see
resentative for Wisconsin
the Village News page on
state assembly, district attorney; page 10.
and Sheboygan County clerk,

Lewis, Heun take home sixth place
medal in girls state tennis tournament

Left: Jamie Lewis and Evelyn Heun on the sixth place medal stand.

Kohler seniors Jamie Lewis and
Evelyn Heun medaled at sixth
place at the WIAA girls individual tennis tournament in Division
2 doubles. In the first match they
defeated Izzy Matuszewski (11)
and Emily Wald (12) of Antigo
6-1, 6-1. In the second match they
defeated seniors Anna Koehl and
Julia Grygleski of Pacelli 5-7, 6-1,
6-2. They lost the third match to
sophomores Mackenzie Lindow
and Erin Rice of East Troy 6-3,
6-2. They went on to defeat seniors Nicole Froelich and Paulina
Vaca of Roncalli in a bid for fifth
place, but lost to seniors Milena
Maroske and Whitney Treder of

Whitewater 6-2, 3-6, 6-4.
Kohler’s #2 doubles team of
sophomores Elly Udovich and
Sarah Sobecki fell in the first
match to Luther seniors Sarah
Kinstler and Julia Hoffe in a super
tiebreak, 6-4,5-7,(4).
Bombers doubles teams now
have a 56-1 record over the past
two seasons.
Freshman singles player Shelby Horth fell in her first match to
Brookfield Academy sophomore
Marie Major, 6-2, 6-2.
At the Div. 2 team semi-final
tournament tenth ranked Kohler
fell to third ranked Eau Claire Regis 6-1.

Submitted photo

All EWC honors
First Team
#1 doubles Evelyn Heun/Jamie Lewis
#2 doubles Sarah Sobecki/
Elly Udovich

Second Team
#1 singles Shelby Horth
#2 singles Lauren Horth
#3 singles Luisa Neuner
#3 doubles Ryah Gutschow/
Grace Madigan
Molly Thomack was 4-0 at #4 singles and 2-0 at #3 singles at the tournament, but EWC rules require that
players play at least half the EWC
matches (which would’ve been 5) at
their flight to be eligible for an award.

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Candidacy deadlines for Village Trustee
and School Board candidates
Village Trustee

School Board

Thursday, December 1, 2016,
is the first day to circulate nomination papers for the 2017 Spring
Election for Village Trustees.
Nomination papers are available
at the Village Offices during regular business hours or online at
www.elections.wi.gov. The due
date for filing nomination papers is Tuesday, January 2, 2017,
at 5:00 p.m. All terms begin on
Tuesday, April 18, 2017, and are
for two years. The following offices are to be elected to succeed the
present incumbents listed:
Village President – Thomas R.
Schnettler
Village Trustee – Chuck Keller
Village Trustee – Brian Post
Village Trustee – Mike Zimmermann
Questions regarding nomination papers may be directed to
the Village Clerk-Treasurer’s
Office, 920-459-3873 or email
LLindow@kohlervillage.org. The
Spring Primary, if needed, will
be held on Tuesday, February 14,
2017, and the Spring Election will
be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.

A Campaign Registration Statement and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later than
5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3,
2017, in the Kohler School District office located at 333 Upper
Road, Kohler, Wisconsin. Office
hours are between 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m. on Monday through
Friday. The documents may be
mailed to the address noted above
or filed personally with the school
district clerk, Meredith Behler
or school district deputy clerk,
Quynh Trueblood.
If a primary is necessary, it will
be held on Tuesday, February 21,
2017.
The following offices are to be
elected to succeed the present incumbents listed:
Kohler School Board member –
Steve Cassady
Kohler School Board member –
Christina Koberstein
Kohler School Board member –
Sharon Reilly

Village Recreation Director
position available
The Village of Kohler is currently accepting applications for
the position of Recreation Director. The Recreation Director
shall be responsible for the development and implementation of
the Village recreation programs.
These responsibilities include hiring, firing, training, appraising,
and supervising of all Recreation

Staff. A candidate must be able to
dedicate a considerable amount of
time during the summer months
when recreation activities are at
their peak. An annual presentation of recreational programs and
departmental budget projections
are submitted by the Recreation
Director to the Village Board
through the Property Committee.
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Congressional
United States Senator
Vote for 1
Ron Johnson
(Republican)

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Federal

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Donald J. Trump /
Michael R. Pence
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Hillary Clinton /
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Darrell L. Castle /
Scott N. Bradley
(Constitution)
Gary Johnson /
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Joel Urmanski
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Jill Stein /
Ajamu Baraka
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Monica Moorehead /
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Rocky Roque De La Fuente /
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girls delivered a donation of over
$1,300 to the SCHS on October
12.
Kaleigh and Grace would like to
thank all who volunteered, donated and participated in the event.

Phillip N. Anderson
(Libertarian)

When voting for President and
Vice President, you have one of
two choices:

- Write in names of persons on both
write-in lines.

The Third Bi-annual Make A
Break dog walk/brat fry was held
at Woodlake Market on October 2.
The event was organized by Kaleigh Roeder and Grace Nugent
as a fundraiser for the Sheboygan County Humane Society. The

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Contact your municipal clerk.)

Kohler girls raise $1,300
for man’s best friend

Participants walking for the Make A Break dog walk.

Submitted photos

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Village Recreation
Director position
Continued from page 1

Qualifications: experience in education
and recreation programs, with experience
in program development, implementation
and supervision is desired.
This is a salaried position. Compensation based on qualifications.
Applications are available at the Village Hall Clerk-Treasurer’s office Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. and will be accepted until Friday,
November 18, 2016.

November 23rd
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A fun new group is forming for
anyone aged 55+ who is a:
Kohler Village Resident
Kohler Co. Employee or Retiree
KHS Employee or Alumni

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Sports & Recreation Events
Swimming & Exercise
Walkers Club
Book & Theatre Club
Local Day Trips
Trivia Nite • Cards & Games
1-on-1 Computer Help
Hot Lunch Program
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Kohler grad awarded grant for
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holds an MA in translation and interpretation and speaks eight languages, including German, Portuguese, Sanskrit and Tamil.

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candidate at University of TexasAustin. She will be conducting a
contextual study of South Indian
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Theatre November 10, 11, and 12
at 7:00 p.m. and November 13 at
2:00 p.m. Tickets are being sold at
both Howards Grove and Kohler

High School offices in advance
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on Thursday evenings at 6:00 seek to be flexible in a changing
p.m. through November 17. The world.
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Thanksgiving Service – Wednesday, November 23
At 7:30 p.m. Grace United
Church of Christ, 500 School
Street, Kohler, under the pastoral leadership of Rev. Thomas
M. Schroeder will offer a special
service of worship on Wednesday
evening, November 23 to celebrate and give thanks. The service
will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The service will begin with a
reading of the presidential proclamation followed by the singing of

some of the best loved “Thanksgiving” hymns known. An inspirational message will be given
by Pastor Schroeder detailing our
need to give thanks as influenced
by a reading from the Gospel of
John. The anthem from our Senior
Choir, under that direction of Audrey Braatz, will be Van Denman
Thompson’s Come, Ye Thankful
People.
 

November 27, First Day of Advent

From left: Connor Siemers, Ben Tengowski, and Joyell Glocke.
Submitted photos

Morgan Bramstedt sings In My Own Little
Corner

On November 27, the First
Sunday of Advent, the people of
Grace United Church of Christ
will celebrate the new season
with the Sacrament of Holy Communion at both the 8:00 and 10:00
a.m. services. The Sacrament of
Holy Communion will be celebrated with gluten free bread so
that our brothers and sisters who
are gluten sensitive can fully par-

ticipate with everyone else who
gathers to worship. Grace UCC
celebrates open communion, recalling how God sent His Son
into the world to save all people,
the table of the Lord is open to all
who attend.
The people of Grace UCC invite the public to participate fully
with the congregation in any or all
of our services.

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IN-HOME CARE

NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
School District of Kohler
April 4, 2017

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Kohler on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, the following offices are to be elected to succeed
the present incumbents listed. The term of office for school board members is three
years beginning on Monday, April 24, 2017.
OFFICE
Kohler School Board Member

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NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration Statement and a
Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January
3, 2017, 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, Meredith Behler 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 21, 2017.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from the school
district office.
Given under my hand, on 1 November, 2016.
____________________________
Meredith Behler
School District of Kohler Clerk
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER

PLEASE HELP SUPPORT KOHLER
SCHOOL FRIENDS
by

School Athletic
Community
Conversations Department seeks to
fill openings

Donating Bake Sale Items
(cakes, pies, muffins, breads, cookies,
brownies, cut bars, snack mixes)
for

Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Saturday, November 19
Help support Kohler Schools by donating items
to be sold during the KSF Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Drop off donations Friday, November 18th
7:45 a.m.-6:00 p.m. in Gym Lobby
or
Saturday, November 19th
7:30-9:00 a.m. in the Gym Lobby
Please label items
Creative packaging is greatly appreciated,
but not necessary

Meet Quynh Trueblood for
Coffee with the Superintendent
on November 15 at noon in the
Village Library. Let’s talk about
what’s on your mind and what the
Kohler School District is up to!

Questions??? Contact:
Jennifer Roeber 467-0623

The Kohler High School Athletic Department is currently
looking for an energetic person
to help during home basketball
games. Pay is $12 per hour.
PA Anouncer
Responsible for announcing
throughout the varsity game
which includes starting lineups
Score Board
Responsible for running the score
board for both JV & Varsity boys
& girls games

Official Book
Responsible for keeping the official book for both JV & Varsity
boys & girls games
If you are interested in any of
these positions, please contact:
Joseph Hildebrand, hildebrandj@
kohler.k12.wi.us. 803-7205.

Booster Club director sought
The Kohler School Athletic
Department is currently looking
for an energetic person(s) to take
over the Athletic Booster Club.
This is a fun and rewarding op-

portunity to promote, publicize,
and support the athletic department and all athletics at Kohler
High School.

Kohler school fall Kohler delegates attended
Badger Girls and Boys State
band concert
On Tuesday, November 15, the
Kohler Band Department will
present its Fall Band Concert. The
concert, which features the concert band, symphony band, and
jazz ensemble, will begin at 7:30
p.m. in the Kohler Memorial Theatre.
The program will feature music
selections sure to please everyone. The middle school concert
band will be performing Spirit of
an Eagle, a piece of music from
the Renaissance called Gates
of Destiny, and an exciting new
overture called Pentagram. The

high school symphony band will
perform a new fanfare called
Beyond the Ridge by Chris Ozley, Suncrest March by Wisconsin composer Rick Kirby, and a
transcription of Aaron Copland’s
Appalachian Spring. The jazz ensemble will conclude the concert
with Gibson’s I Can’t Stop Lovin’
You, and Maynard Ferguson’s version of Gonna Fly Now from the
hit movie Rocky.
The bands are directed by Richard Tengowski. The concert is
free and open to the public.

Musicians selected
to State Honors
Orchestra
The Kohler band department
is proud to announce that Clara
Montes was selected to perform
with the 2016 Wisconsin School
Music Association High School
State Honors Orchestra. Lily
Montes was also selected to perform with the 2016 Wisconsin
School Music Association Middle School State Honors Orchestra. Both girls went through a rigorous audition process last spring
and both girls were selected as
one of the top violin players at
both the middle and high school
level in the state.

The 90-piece middle and high
school honors orchestras met in
Madison on October 26-27 for a
series of all-day rehearsals. Performances were in conjunction
with the Wisconsin State Music
Conference. When asked about
the performance, Clara stated,
“To rehearse and perform with
the best musicians in the state
was fun!”
Clara and Lily are the daughters of Arvin and Rachel Montes.
Congratulations Clara and Lily!

this summer
This past June Kohler High had
several students attend the Badger
Girls and Boys State programs.
Criteria for selection included
leadership, scholarship, service,
and participation in school activities.
The Delegate selected for Badger Girls State which is held on
the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Campus in June is: Lauren
Horth, daughter of Robert and
Tina Horth.
Badger Girls State is a week of
learning about local, county and
state government. American Legion Auxiliary Badger Girls State
is not a recreational or sports program. Citizens are divided into
two political parties—the Federalists and Nationalists. They develop their own party platforms
and formulate their own issues.
Citizens “learn by doing” as they

function on city, county and state
levels by electing officials in the
manner prescribed by regular
election procedures and conducting business on those levels.
Every girl is encouraged to participate in some level of the governmental process.
Archie Brohn, son of Daniel Brohn and Nina Hughes, Jim
Conklin, son of Jim and Laura
Conklin, and Nathan Waniorek,
son of Lyle and Judy Waniorek,
were selected to participate in the
Badger Boys State on the Ripon
College campus.
Badger Boys State participants
develop their own party platforms,
pass local ordinances and utilize
a state patrol and judicial system
to enforce the laws and constitution of the 51st state. Additionally, citizens choose from a series
of schools of instruction such

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as: law, peace officer, leadership,
public speaking, parliamentary
procedure, and lobbying and campaign strategies, among others.
Badger Boys State citizens also
have an opportunity to participate
in a variety of team sports that
compete throughout the week, a
band and choir, or write for the
Badger Bugle Citizen, the official
newspaper of Badger Boys State.
The Prescott-Bayens Post N. 83
of the American Legion and the
American Legion Auxiliary sponsor these programs to foster an
understanding of American government. Students from throughout the state learn the principles
of democracy by living together
as self-governing citizens, studying the Constitution and sharing
experiences that demonstrate both
the privileges and responsibilities
of citizenship.

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Board of Education Regular Meeting -- September 26, 2016
-MINUTES-

Call to Order
Steve called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
in the Kohler Public Library. Chad Hamilton
called roll. The following board members were
present: Christina Koberstein, Meredith Behler,
Steve Cassady, and Chad Hamilton

Future featured current topics include:
● Future Skills & Workforce Development
● Building partnerships
● Teacher Shortage
● School Funding Realities and Reform
● State and National policy trends

Statement of Public Notice
September 23, 2016

Elementary Principal Report (Lisa Greene)

Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda. Meredith seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Superintendent Report (Quynh Trueblood)
STATE OF EDUCATION ADDRESS
At the WASDA Fall Conference, State Superintendent Dr. Tony Evers delivered his final
address after a lifetime of service in education.
Dr. Evers thanked education leaders and the
school communities for their commitment to
educating all children. All across the state, he
sees innovation and a drive for excellence,
including at Kohler Schools. This is especially
impressive to see in our current education
reality, where there increasing political and
economic complexity. His address brought to
bear a truth: When one public school district
achieves, all districts rise. When one public
school district fails, all districts fall.
Dr. Evers foreshadowed priorities of the 201719 state budget request he will submit to the
governor this fall. He touched on the importance of:
1. providing resources to students that reflect
the need to increase equity and close
achievement gaps
2. providing mental health resources
3. building the teacher workforce to be both
well trained and compensated
4. paying for schools in ways that avoids
mounting inequalities
Dr. Ever’s specifically identified the need to
provide funding support to 3 student groups:
students with disabilities, students who are
English Language Learners, and students in
poverty. These students are important members of every school system, and especially at
Kohler Schools. We are proud of narrowing the
achievement gap for our students and of the
Department of Public Education’s recognition
of the Elementary School as a Title I School of
Distinction.
STRATEGIC PLAN UPDATE

● Completed stakeholder input sessions
● Synthesizing and summarizing the input
● Refining and reducing the priorities
● Developing the strategies and actions
● Reviewing the format
● Updating the board in October
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
Coffee with Superintendent is a monthly
listening and learning session. The next Coffee
Talk will be held on October 18 from 7:30 - 8:30
am in the Atrium at Woodlake Market featuring
College and Career Readiness.

forward to building on our positive beginnings
towards greater successes this year.

New Family Breakfast
KSF hosted a new family breakfast.  It was very
well attended, and very well organized. I had
9 parents join me on a school tour, which was
wonderful to be able to have that extra time
with some of our new families and have them
get to see our whole school community and
what a school day looks like here in Kohler.  
Open House
On Monday, Sept 19th we had our Open
House.  We had a new format this year, and received much feedback about it.  We will gather
the Open House Task Force to meet to review
the feedback.  We are excited to create a new
Open House format for next year, where we
will not be tied to the Middle School and High
School and can create an event that meets the
needs of parents, students and staff.
E-Newsletter feedback
Feedback is very positive. Constant Contact
gives us data as to the open rate and click
rates of each link, so over time, we can see
which articles are of most interest to parents
and tailor our communication around subjects
of most interest and of most help to them.
Safety Patrol
We are excited about our new Kohler Elementary Safety Patrol. We have 28 students
divided into 4 teams.  We will use a rotating
schedule.  Students will be on duty one week
each month.  This program is supporting peer
leadership as well as school safety, and I was
please to see so many 4th and 5th graders
show an interest in the Safety Patrol program.
Coffee with the Principal-- Oct. 4 from 8:159:15 at the Woodlake Market Atrium. I am
looking forward to the opportunity to visit with
parents about important issues surrounding the
elementary school.
Elementary Principal’s Convention
I am very excited to be attending the Elementary Principal’s convention on October 12-14
being held at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart
Lake. The keynote speaker is Dr. Saphier who
will be discussing how to dramatically reduce
the achievement gap. Dr. Saphier has written
8 books about student achievement, so I am
excited to learn from him, and  I am hoping to
meet some Elementary Principals from around
the state to form a nice network of principals
from which to learn.
MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy Brown)
I can only hope to explain how pleased we
are with the beginning of the 2016-17 school
year.  We have had many exciting changes,
developments and accolades.  I am looking

Structural Changes to the Beginning of the
School Year.
Through our e-Newsletter, the structural changes to Sneak Peek and Open House, as well as
Coffee with the Principal, we have instituted
procedures that lead towards increased transparency, communication and access.  Furthermore, we have looked at our communications
from a user lens.  Our Sneak Peek focuses
now on the student and their transition to both
middle and high school.  Open House has a
focus towards the parent by exploring both the
academics and counseling services we offer
students, while Coffee with the Principal allows
a personal touch and insider view of that which
we are doing inside our schools.  September
focus was Professional Development, and our
October focus will be School-Life Balance. All
of these initiatives stem from of the Strategic
Communication recommendations from 2016.
Professional Development
We are pleased to partner with CESA 7 in
developing a staff professional development
that focuses on the whole student.  Over the
next year we will be breaking down academic
standards in all content areas as well as begin
to address future skills into the classroom, with
a focus on transfer of knowledge between the
curriculum.  Along with academics we are also
focusing on social and emotional health of our
staff.  We are partnering with Growing Minds to
work with our staff on Mindfulness.  Concentrating on all aspects of our staff development will
lead to improved health of our entire learning
community and school life balance.
2016 College Board School of Merit:
We are one of 425 districts in the United States
and Canada to earn this 2016 award. This
award is a district-wide award that recognizes
our entire learning community for our efforts in
promoting high academic and social standards.
Congratulations Kohler!
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
Recognition
Angela Schmitt, daughter of Bryan and Jill
Schmitt, and Nathan Waniorek, son of Lyle and
Judy, have been named 2017 National Merit
Scholarship Semi-finalists by qualifying on the
Preliminary SAT Qualifying Test.
Angela and Nathan are two of nearly 16,000
Semifinalists representing less than one-percent of U.S. high school seniors in the
nation.  Angela and Nathan will continue in the
competition for the National Merit Scholarships
offered in the coming spring.

Brown and Lorne and Shannon Schlecht, and
Luke Silvestri, son of Scott and Amy, have
been named 2017 Commended Students in the
National Merit Scholarship Program
Elise and Luke are two students that scored
in the top five percent of more than 1.6 million
students who entered the 2017 competition.  While Elise and Luke will not continue in
the competition, Elise and Luke are certainly
exceptionally academically talented students.
Congratulations, Elise and Luke, on this outstanding achievement.
Review of District Finances
The Finance Committee reviewed enrollment, staffing, and the 2016-17 budget in the
9/21/2016 Finance Committee meeting.  Administration has been monitoring all budget
variables that have occurred since the Board
approved the preliminary 2016-17 budget
on 6/20/2016.  No material changes have
occurred and the School District will have a
balanced budget for the 2016-17 school year. 
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) will
release final revenue limit values and state aid
calculations on 10/15/2016 and these items will
be included in the final 2016-17 budget which
will be reviewed and approved at the annual
meeting on 10/24/2016.   
Consent Agenda
Approval of August 15 2016 Regular Board
Meeting minutes and August 29, 2016 Special
Board Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
• Discussion of the 2016-2017 budget
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
• Discussion of filling a board vacancy
• Discussion of the Kohler School Foundation
proposal
• Recommendation to approve superintendent
bonus for the 2015-2016 school year
Chad moved to approve the consent agenda.
Meredith seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Board Vacancy Interviews
Statements were given by Sharon Reilly and
John Horneck. Paper ballots were distributed.
Sharon Reilly was appointed to fill the board
vacancy.

Congratulations, Angela and Nathan, on this
outstanding achievement and best of luck in
the competition ahead.

File oath of office and swear-in new board
member
Sharon Reilly filed the oath of office and was
sworn in as a new board member.

National Merit Scholarship Commended
Students
Elise Schlecht, daughter of Tami and Kevin

Adjournment
The meeting was adjourned by Steve at 7:47
pm.

Board of Education Regular Meeting -- September 28, 2016
-MINUTES-

Call to Order
Steve Cassady called the meeting to order at
5:30 pm in the Kohler Public Library. Chad
Hamilton called roll. The following board members were present: Steve Cassady (via telephone), Chad Hamilton, Christina Koberstein
and Sharon Reilly. Meredith Behler entered the
meeting at 5:35 pm.
Statement of Public Notice
September 23, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda. Chad
seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items

Election of Board Officers
Discussion was held regarding roles and
responsibilities of board officials and committee
members.
Quynh Trueblood called for nominations
for board president. Christina nominated
Steve Cassady for board president. Meredith
seconded the motion. There were no other
nominations.

nominations.
Meredith moved to approve by acclamation.
Christina seconded the motion. No objections.
Chad was elected Vice-President.

Chad moved to approve by acclamation.
Christina seconded the motion. No objections.
Meredith was elected Clerk.
Appoint committee members

Steve called for nominations for treasurer.
Chad nominated Sharon Reilly. Meredith
seconded the motion. There were no other
nominations.

Steve Cassady appointed Sharon Reilly and
Christina Koberstein to the finance committee.

Chad moved to approve by acclamation.
Meredith seconded the motion. No objections.
Steve was elected President.

Chad moved to approve by acclamation.
Meredith seconded the motion. No objections.
Sharon was elected Treasurer.

Steve Cassady appointed Meredith Behler and
Sharon Reilly to the curriculum committee.

Steve called for nominations for vice-president.
Meredith nominated Chad Hamilton. Christina
seconded the motion. There were no other

Steve called for nominations for clerk. Chad
nominated Meredith. Christina seconded the
motion. There were no other nominations.

Steve Cassady appointed Chad Hamilton and
Meredith Behler to the ad hoc policy committee.

Superintendent evaluation instrument
Discussion was held.
Adjournment
Steve adjourned the meeting at 7:11 pm.

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VILLAGE VIEW
www.kohlervillage.org

FROM CLERK/TREASURER
LAURIE LINDOW

www.kohlervillage.org
Village Meetings Scheduled for November
11/7
Property Committee 4:30 pm
11/7
Finance Committee 5:00 pm
11/9
Library Board
12:30 pm at Library
11/14 Village Board
5:30 pm
11/17 Planning Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
General Election November 8
The General Election will be held Tuesday, November 8. The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick
Center at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, and will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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 Office or online: http://myvote.wi.gov. Absentee voters are required to show a photo ID to vote
when voting in the Village Offices. If voting absentee by mail, a copy of photo ID must be included
with the absentee ballot request.
Voter Registration
Are you registered to vote in the Village of Kohler?
Voter registration is available in the Clerk/Treasurer’s
Office until Friday, November 4. You can also register
on Election Day. 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 voter’s name and
current address. Examples: current and valid Wisconsin driver license or identification card; official
identification 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.
Nomination Papers for Spring Election
Thursday, December 1, 2016, is the first day to circulate nomination papers for the 2017 Spring Election.
Nomination papers are available at the Village Offices during regular business hours or on-line at www.
elections.wi.gov. The due date for filing nomination
papers is Tuesday, January 2, 2017, at 5:00 pm. All
terms begin on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, and are for
two years. The following offices are to be elected to
succeed the present incumbents listed:
Village President – Thomas R. Schnettler
Village Trustee – Chuck Keller
Village Trustee – Brian Post
Village Trustee – Mike Zimmermann
If you have any questions regarding nomination
papers, please contact the Village Clerk-Treasurer’s
Office, 920-459-3873 or email LLindow@kohlervillage.org. The Spring Primary, if needed, will be
held on Tuesday, February 14, 2017, and the Spring
Election will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
Village Office Hours
The Village Office will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25. Regular office
hours are Monday–Friday, 7:30 am–4:00 pm.

FROM DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC
WORKS BRETT EDGERLE

Brush Pick-up
The Village crew picks up brush and tree branches that can be run through a chipper on Tuesdays. 
The material must be in 4-foot lengths, maximum
of 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 material
must go in the yard waste cart.   Brush Pick up will
end on November 8th.
Leaf Collection
Leaf collection will start on October 3rd and continue
until December 2nd. Leaves should be raked into the
street along the curb in a three-foot (3’) wide rows.
No grass clippings, sticks, or other garden debris
is allowed. The Public Works Department follows a
schedule for leaf collection.  Each week, the collection starts on the south end of the Village where the
trees are more mature and produce more leaves. The
route continues to the west and north sections of the
Village. During the last part of October and early
part of November we may only be able to get through
the Village once a week due to the heavy leaf fall.    

Thanksgiving Special for November:
HAMBURGER, FRIES AND MILKSHAKE $5.00
Grilled Cheese: $1.00 Hot Dogs: $1.00 Milk Shakes:
$1.50
Featuring: Mom’s Mobile Meal Chicken Tender $2.00
Things to look forward to:
Place your name in the bucket for our Daily Drawing
(must be present to win, so check at the register daily
to see if you won)
We Open at Noon for Lunch on Early Release
Wednesdays, November 9 and November 23; Closed
for Thanksgiving Holiday November 24 and 25.

CHECK US OUT AFTER SCHOOL
Open 7 Days a Week
Mon. thru Fri. 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sat. and Sun. 1:00 - 5:00 pm

Facility Highlights:
Jukebox 3 Big Screen TV’s 2 Lounge Areas
Classic Games Video Games
Skee Ball Basketball
Free Ping Pong
Free Billiards

Fall Yard Waste
Yard waste must be put into the carts with the green
lid. On October 25th and November 1st , yard waste
may be put into additional containers after the cart is
full for these two special pickup weeks.  

VILLAGE BOARD

Illicit Discharges into the Storm Sewer
An illicit discharge would be the dumping of any
chemical, pet waste or hazardous substance into the
street or a storm basin inlet.  The substance would
eventually make its way into the Sheboygan River
causing a pollution hazard.  To report an illicit discharge, please call the Public Works office at 4593881.

• Proposed butterfly garden near the path along
Lower Road with the understanding that if the area
is not maintained it will revert to grass.

FROM POLICE CHIEF
BILL RUTTEN

www.kohlerpolice.com
Gunlocks
With gun deer hunting season right around the
corner, the Kohler Police Department is reminding
all those with firearms to use caution when handling firearms. Also, the Kohler Police Department
continues to supply Masterlock trigger locks for all
residents that want one. One free gunlock can be
obtained from the police department just by stopping
in. For those who have already obtained one in 2016,
another can be obtained starting in 2017. In addition to the Masterlock trigger locks provided by the
Kohler Police Department, a federal program, Project Childsafe continues to have locks available at the
police department, while supplies last. These locks
are the cable lock variety and anyone may request up
to three of those for their guns too.

KOHLER YOUTH CENTER

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?
• Need a place to meet your friends?
The Kohler Youth Center is here to help
• Don’t have time for dinner? No problem.

The Village Board approved the following items
during their September 12 meeting:
• Appointment of Nicole Wittwer to the Library
Board.

• Resignation of the Recreation Director.
• Operator’s licenses as presented.
• Temporary Class B wine license for Kohler Foundation for November 4 Distinguished Guest Series.
• Hire Cameron Uselding for the Youth Center.
• July 2016 Revenue & Expense reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
• Continue with the current health insurance plan
with United Healthcare renewing 10/1/16 on a
month by month basis and research other options.

Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Susan Jaberg
Charles Keller
Bruce Nowak
Brian Post
John Winter
Mike Zimmermann
Clerk-Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Director of Public Works
Brett Edgerle
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom

THE KOHLER VILLAGER

NOVEMBER 1, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER 12

KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Introduces New
Addition: Caffè & Cream
KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates announced Caffè &
Cream, the newest addition to
its successful line of gourmet
chocolates. Inspired by the flavors of
tiramisu, this dual-layered shell filled
with dark chocolate coffee ganache
and naturally flavored coffee extract
with a layer of mascarpone, wrapped
in a 61 percent dark chocolate shell.
Caffè & Cream is the second duallayered piece offered by KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates, the
first being the lauded Platinum,
which debuted in 2013. Caffè &
Cream was unveiled at the 2016
Kohler Food & Wine Experience,
Destination Kohler’s signature
event held on October 20-23. The
offering is available in 4-piece
($12.99), 9-piece ($24.99) and
32-piece ($79.99) boxes. Caffè &

Cream can be purchased online
at KohlerChocolates.com or in
Kohler at the Craverie Chocolatier
Café.
Head Chocolatier Anette
Righi DeFendi, who was recently
recognized as one of the Top 10
Chocolatiers in North America by
Dessert Professional Magazine,
was inspired to create this piece
after a recent research trip she
took to Switzerland.
“Visiting Switzerland gave me the
opportunity to soak up knowledge
from some of the top chocolatiers in
the industry, share ideas and learn
about trends that would best be
applied to KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates,” said Righi DeFendi. “I
had the opportunity to create and
work with so many different types
of products and found an amazing

Each piece is made at the
Craverie Chocolatier Café at
Destination Kohler in Kohler,
Wisconsin. The Forbes Five-Star
and AAA Five Diamond resorthotel, owned by Kohler Co.,
is home to world-renowned
Championship golf courses,
Forbes Five-Star Kohler Waters
Spa, and artfully-crafted
chocolates.
Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
KOHLER Original Recipe
naturally flavored mascarpone that Chocolates signature lines are
worked perfectly with the Caffè &
available year-round at the Craverie
Cream piece I’d been envisioning.”
Chocolatier Café and online at
The round shape and circular
KohlerChocolates.com. For
design on top of the Caffè & Cream more information, please call
also differentiates it within the
800-344-2838 or visit
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates DestinationKohler.com. Stay up to
line. “It’s important to our business date on brand and resort news and
that our pieces don’t look like every happenings on Facebook, Twitter and
other chocolate option on the
Instagram.
market,” said Righi DeFendi.

Winter Golf
Leagues
Forming

The Kohler Swing Studio
& Golf Shop announces the
inaugural season of winter
golf leagues. The leagues will
play weekly from November to
March for a weekly fee of $25$35. Each week the two-person
teams will play a new course
on the Kohler Swing Studio’s
state-of-the-art golf simulators.
Leagues for men, women and
juniors will be available. For
more information and league
registration, contact Andrew
Cain at 920-208-4668.

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
The Horse & Plow Huddle Radio Show
to Air Live from Kohler
Mondays, 6-7pm
The Horse & Plow
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 specials. Stay current with
every episode of the show by listening to
the podcast at espnwisconsin.com. The
show will continue airing until the end of
regular season football. Schedule, hosts
and players subject to change. For more
information call 920-457-8000.
Wagyu Wednesdays
Wednesdays
Blackwolf Run
Specials every Wednesday night in
November on Wagyu beef. This is your
opportunity to try a highly marbled and
tender beef cuts that are matched to the
perfect accompaniments.
Saturday Night Rack of Rib Night
Saturdays, 5-9pm
Blackwolf Run
Full Rack of Baby Back Ribs, Salad &
Potato Bar $26.00 - $5 Old Fashioned,
$3 House Selected Beer. To make a
reservation, please call 920-457-4448
Culinary Skills
November 2, 9 and 17, December 1 and
8, 5:30-7pm, $50
November 2 - Fresh Pasta
November 9 – Knife Skills; Winter Soups
November 17 – Thanksgiving Crash

Course
December 1 – Holiday Cocktail Party
December 8 – Healthy Holiday
Demonstration Kitchen
Take your cooking expertise to the next
level at the Demonstration Kitchen.
Prep and cook alongside our culinary
experts as they guide you through topics
from knife skills to pasta making. It’s a
fun, hands-on way to learn basic and
advanced culinary tips and techniques.
Classes are limited to 16 people, so
reserve your spot today.
Dates
Chef’s Table Dinner Series
Fridays in November, 6-8pm, Prices Vary
November 4 - Two to Tango
November 11 - A Touch of Seoul
November 18 - Caribbean Cruise
The Demonstration Kitchen

Join us in Destination Kohler for the
first-of-its-kind, Chef’s Table Dinner
Series. Delight in a three-course dinner
demonstrated, prepared and served by
a featured Destination Kohler chef. Our
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 intimate, so make sure
to reserve your seat at the table soon. 
Reserve your spot at KohlerAtHome.com
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturdays, November 5, 12, 19,
December 3
Junior Chefs (Ages 6-8) | 10-11:30am |
$45 per person
Senior Chefs (Ages 9-14) | 2:30-5pm |
$65 per person
Demonstration Kitchen
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstration
Kitchen, each hands-on class challenges
kids to mix, measure, bake and cook
their way to a complete meal. They’ll
learn kitchen safety, knife skills and other
culinary fundamentals including how to
follow recipes—all in a fun and creative
environment.
Exhibit: One & Only: Gifts Made by
Hand
Through January 29, 2017
ARTspace – A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center at The Shops
at Woodlake
Select gifts from a curated array of works
created by more than 30 exceptional
artists from across the nation. For more
information please call 920-452-8602.
Kohler Comedy Night
Saturday, November 5, 8pm, $28.75
Great Lakes Ballroom at The American
Club
Kohler Comedy Night returns to
Destination Kohler this fall with a line-up
of nationally touring comedians. The four
comedians appearing in the show in The
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes include:
- Josh Sneed, who’s been featured on
Comedy Central;
- Deb DiGiovanni, a finalist on the fifth
season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing;
- Pete Lee, well known for his web show
called Unsportsmanlike Conduct;
- and emcee Jim Flannigan, a mainstay
at top comedy clubs around the
country. Seating is first come first serve
basis. Doors open at 7:15pm. Tickets
are available for purchase online at
KohleratHome.com or 1-800-344-2838
Ladies Night Out
Thursday, November 10, 5-8pm
Grab your girlfriends, kick up your
heels and join us for a fabulous event!

Promotions, special events and holiday
tastings. Please call 920-459-1713 for
more information.
Japanese Spirits Dinner
Thursday, November 10, 6:30pm, $115
Immigrant Restaurant
A four-course dinner.
Field to Glass Wine Dinner
Thursday, November 17, 6:30pm, $85
Wisconsin Room
HOLIDAY MARKET
Friday, November 18 – Sunday,
November 20
Admission: 6 for 13 years and over, $1
for 12 years and under
Locations: Conference Level of The
American Club; Kohler Design Center
Delight in the Holiday Tradition of the
33rd annual Holiday Market. Browse and
shop vendors from across the Midwest
as they present Holiday decorations,
clothing and accessories for women
and children, handmade wooden toys,
sweets, other food items, and serving
ware. This event offers wonderful
decorations for your home as well as
wonderful gifts to make the holidays
special.
The American Club Hours: Friday,
November 18: 9am – 6pm; Saturday,
November 19: 9am – 5pm; Sunday,
November 20: 9am – 3pm
Kerstin Florian Peel Event
Friday, November 18, Noon to 4pm, $30
Kohler Waters Spa
After a long summer of sunscreen
and sunburns, your face is ready for a
rejuvenating facial! Join Kerstin Florian
experts and receive a mini facial with
peel to help brighten skin tone, even
out fine lines and wrinkles, and bring
your skin back to its natural glow. $30
per person, includes a 25-minute facial
plus a $25 credit to apply towards any
retail purchase of $50 or more in the
Spa Boutique. Advance reservations
are required. Please contact Katrina
Schuchardt at 920-453-2815 or Katrina.
Schuchardt@kohler.com to reserve
your appointment. Space is limited.
Registration fee is non-refundable and
non-transferable for special events.
Access to full spa facilities not available
for event attendees.
End of Season Golf Sale
Friday, November 18, 9am-7pm
Saturday, November 19, 9am-4pm 
Blackwolf Run Wolf Pack/Bear Clan
Room
For every $50 purchase, receive a $5
voucher, redeemable on any future
purchases at Blackwolf Run or Whistling
Straits Restaurant or Golf Shop

Complimentary Gift Wrapping
November 18-20
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys at The
Shops at Woodlake
Complimentary gift wrapping see our
great new selection of toys, games and
books. Please call 920-453-2874.
Special Salon Aura Offer
November 18-20
Salon Aura at The Shops at Woodlake
Just in time for the holidays, Katie at
Salon Aura of Kohler is offering HALF
OFF her services exclusively during
the Holiday Market November 18-20,
2016. Reigning from Chicago, with 8+
experience, she will book up fast! Her
specialties include custom haircuts and
colors to enhance her guest’s natural
beauty. This offer is valid to new guests
to Salon Aura of Kohler, only valid with
Katie November 18-20, 2016. Please call
920-457-4746 for more information and
reservations.
Weekend of Beauty Event
November 18-20
Scentualities at The Shops at Woodlake
Complimentary gift bag of beauty
samples with any beauty product
purchase (while supplies last). Selection
includes lotions, scents and soaps from
the brands Tokyo Milk, Lolia, Tocca and
Pre de Provence. Please call
920-208-4935 for more information.
Thanksgiving Dining
Thursday, November 24
Blackwolf Run - 11am-5pm
Thanksgiving Buffet - $38 Adults, $16
Children 4-12 years, under 4 years free,
plus tax and gratuity
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes Grand
Harvest Buffet
11am-5pm $52 Adults, $18 Children 4-12
years, under 4 years free; plus tax and
gratuity
Horse & Plow - 11am-4pm Lunch;
4-10pm Dinner
The Immigrant Restaurant
4-8 pm Thanksgiving Day Chef’s Tasting
Menu, Regular À la Carte Menu also
Available; Served on Thanksgiving Day
11/24, Friday, 11/25 and Saturday, 11/26;
$115 Tasting Menu, $190 with Wine
Pairing, plus tax and gratuity
The Wisconsin Room
7-10am À la Carte Breakfast
Noon-6pm Thanksgiving Day Buffet - $54
Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years, under 4
years free, plus tax and gratuity
Cucina, Craverie & Whistling Straits CLOSED
Set the Season Aglow
Thursday, November 25
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
Welcome the season at the 11th annual
Set the Season Aglow Tree Lighting,

designed for the entire family, this day of
holiday events includes reindeer, a visit
from Santa, horse-drawn wagon rides
and a dazzling tree-lighting ceremony
with live musical entertainment.
Please call 920-459-1713 for more
information.
Movers & Shakers Special offers
November 25-December 24
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Skip the hustle and bustle of big-box
stores, and find all your child’s 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. Please call 920-453-2874 for
more information.
Visit with Santa –
Friday, November 25, 1-5pm
Saturdays, Nov 26 through Dec 20,
1-3pm
Toys for Tots –
November 25 – December 19
Bring a new, unwrapped toy for our
Toys for Tots collection box
Letters to Santa
November 25 – December 24
Kids can post their holiday wish
lists to the North Pole in our Santa
mailbox
Holiday Customer Service Center
Nov 25 – Dec 24, Hours Vary
The Shops at Woodlake
Make what’s under your tree beautiful
with complimentary gift wrapping. Bring
all your Shops at Woodlake Kohler
purchases to The Shops at Woodlake
Customer Service Center, and our team
will put the final touches on your special
finds. Please call 920-459-1713 for more
information. Monday – Saturday 11am6pm, Sundays 11am-5pm, Christmas Eve
10am-4pm.
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.
First Friday Mixed Doubles Tennis Friday, November 11; 7-8:30pm
Kids Night Out - Friday, November 11;
5-9pm
Kids Motion - Wednesday, November 16;
9:30-10:30am
Third Thursday Tennis Mixer - Thursday,
November 17; 7-8:30pm
Happy Night at the Barre Social - Friday,
November 18; 6-8pm
TGIF FUN - Friday, November 18; 5:307:30pm