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JUNE, 2011

Volume 6, Number 11

Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors
Great way to keep kids busy this summer
What better way to keep the kids busy this summer than with top-ofthe line golf instruction at the Kohler Golf Academy. Ranked in the top 50 best golf schools in America by GOLF Magazine, the academy offers kids a fun and enjoyable way to perfect their golf swings this summer. With guidance from the PGA Sports Academy, Kohler Golf Academy uses a fun, systematic approach to encourage long-term player development. Offering three levels of instruction (Sport, Player, and Champion), the program focuses on five core elements to help youth learn, develop and practice skills to become better golfers and enjoy the sport of golf. All participants will be exposed to the fundamentals of golf including short game, long game, putting, rules and etiquette. To provide a safe and intimate teaching environment, each session will be limited to thirty students with a 5:1 student/teacher ratio. The objective of the program is for each child to learn to play golf and have fun in the process. New this summer, all Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors are invited to open practice sessions at Whistling Straits with supervision from instructors. Open Practice Sessions, $15 All Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors participants are invited to open practice sessions which will be supervised by Kohler Golf Academy instructors at an 8:1 student/teacher ratio. The open practice sessions include: = 1.5 hours of open practice from 10:30am-Noon on the 3rd Friday in June, and the 1st and 3rd Fridays in July and August at Whistling Straits = Hot dog or sandwich, chips or pretzels and a beverage Sport Level, $115 The Sport Level of the Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors Program is a one-week session in June or July taught by PGA golf professionals at Blackwolf Run or Whistling Straits. This level of golf instruction is recommended for juniors at a beginner skill level with limited golf experience. The program includes: = 7.5 hours of golf instruction July 18-22 at Blackwolf Run (recommended for juniors ages 6-9) Player Level, $135 The Player Level of the Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors Program is a one-week session in June or July taught by PGA golf professionals at Blackwolf Run or Whistling Straits. This level of golf instruction is recommended for juniors with an intermediate skill level. The program includes: = 10 hours of golf instruction from 5-7pm on Monday-Friday = 6-hole tournament on Saturday, July 30 at Blackwolf Run = Banquet on Sunday, July 31 at Whistling Straits Session dates and placement recommendations: = June 20-24 at Blackwolf Run (recommended for juniors ages 10-13) = July 11-15 at Whistling Straits (recommended for juniors ages 6-9) = July 25-29 at Blackwolf Run (recommended for juniors ages 10-13) Champion Level, $185 The Champion Level of the

from 5-6:30pm on Monday-Friday = 3-hole tournament on Saturday, July 30 at Blackwolf Run = Banquet on Sunday, July 31 at Whistling Straits Session dates and placement recommendations: = June 13-17 at Blackwolf Run (recommended for juniors ages 6-9) = June 27-July 1 at Whistling Straits (recommended for juniors ages 10-13)

Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors Program is a nine-week session in June, July and August taught by PGA golf professionals at Blackwolf Run or Whistling Straits. This level of golf instruction is recommended for juniors ages 14-17 with an advanced skill level. The program includes: = 18 hours of golf instruction from 5-7pm on Tuesdays in June (14, 21, 28), July (12, 19, 26) and August (2, 9, 16) = Special golf days for competition with private golf clubs in the area on June 30 and July 21 = 18-hole tournament – round one 9 holes on Saturday, July 30 at Blackwolf Run and round two 9 holes on Sunday, July 31 at Whistling Straits = Banquet on Sunday, July 31 at Whistling Straits Session dates: June 17, July 1, July 15, August 5, August 19 For additional information on the Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors, contact Todd Wagner, Manager and Senior Instructor, Kohler Golf Academy at 920-565-6075 or via email at KohlerGolfAcad‐

Kohler Classic run/walk set for June 11
The Kohler Classic 5K and 1 mile run/walk on June 11, 2011 brings family, fitness and fun together in the beautiful Village of Kohler. Check-in is from 7:00 8:30 a.m. on June 11 in the Kohler School gym lobby at 333 Upper Road in Kohler. Runners and walkers from junior kindergarten age to 60+ will line up at 9 a.m. on Upper Road. Competitive and noncompetitive participants enjoy a relatively flat course with a few mild slopes in between as the course takes them through the historic streets of the Village of Kohler, ending back at the starting line at the school where entertainment, refreshments, and souvenir T-shirts will be available for participants. Strollers and wheelchairs groups for overall male/female and first, second and third place finishes. Bib number can be used to receive 10% off all purchases at The Shops at Woodlake on day of race. The registration fee is $15 (5K) $8 (1-mile children's run). Visit for more information and printable registration forms.

Attention bargain hunters: Set aside June 4 for Village-wide garage sales!
A number of neighborhoods throughout the Village of Kohler (north and south) are planning to hold garage sales on Saturday, June 4, 2011. Too many homes and items to list, but residents are encouraged to post their details in the comment section on (See the article titled: “Attention Kohler residents: Post your garage sale details here.” Remember:Village ordinances allow for one garage sale sign to be posted on private property only. And be sure to drive carefully, avoid parking violations, hope for good weather, and have fun!

are welcome for all events. Winners will be awarded commemorative medals. Restrooms will be available in the school. Awards for the 1 mile will be

given to the top male/female finisher in their respective grade level. All children will receive a medal of participation. The 5K awards will be offered for all age


JUNE, 2011



Kohler Boy Scout Troop 831 completes community service project
The Boy Scouts of Troop 831 in Kohler recently completed a community service project at Point Beach State Forest, just north of Two Rivers, Wisconsin. The Troop was there to enjoy a weekend camping trip when a park ranger asked if they might be interested to help prepare the park for the summer. “We weren’t planning a service project for the boys on this trip,” remarked Scoutmaster Steve Schneider. “However, the Boy Scout slogan is ‘Do a good turn daily’ and they were more than willing to lend a hand.” The Scouts and their adult leaders pitched in to clean and rake approximately 1.5 miles of bike trail in a wooded section of the park. All were rewarded with a delicious hot lunch provided by the grateful park staff. The Scouting program helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership abilities, and citizenship skills while having fun in the outdoors. To find out more about Cub Scouting or Boy Scouting or to inquire about membership, please contact Mike Baka at 920-452-2112.

Village of Kohler 2011 directories distributed
By John Egan The Kohler Civic Club, which transitioned from the Kohler Kiwanis Club, is pleased to announce that the 2011 edition of the Village of Kohler Directory has been delivered to the residents and businesses of the Village of Kohler, and the Directory advertisers. The Directory was released for delivery on Tuesday, May 10th. If you have not received your Kohler Directory, please stop by the Village Hall and pick one up. Laurie Lindow, Cindi Gamb and/or Noelle Maschatah will be pleased to give you a directory. Several members of the Kohler Civic Club, Kohler Village Board, and others assisted in the dissemination of the directories. Special thanks to: Amy Balge, Rich Balge, Brett Edgerle, Karen Egan, John Egan, Tom Gast, Donna Krueger, Kathy Kunst, William Kunst, Tom Leonhardt, Laurie Lindow, Bruce Neerhof, Jill O’Donnell, John Pethan, Brian Post, John Renzelmann, Thomas Schnettler, Mary Struck, James Waterfield, and Dietmar Wohlgemuth. Otherwise, you may contact one of the above distributors, and she/he will be more than pleased to make certain that a directory is delivered to your home or place of business.

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Kohler Civic Club working to design veterans memorial
The newly formed Kohler Civic Club is in the process of designing a modest memorial commemorating Kohler community members who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The proposed memorial will be located in Kohler cemetery. Watch The Kohler Villager for more information in the coming months as the plans unfold.

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School budget details being finalized
Kohler Schools is in the process of finalizing budget details for the June Board meeting. Current projections include reduced revenue. As a result, it is projected that administrative positions will go from 4.25 to 3.8, administrative support positions will go from 3 to 2.5, teacher positions will go from 48.46 to 44.14, and paraprofessional or aide positions will go from 8 to 6. These proposed adjustments and any other changes will be presented to the Board in June. The usually meets the second Monday of the month.

Kiddie Big Wheel Race: Register ­ 11:15am; Race ­ 12 noon; $1 Per Racer Pancake Breakfast 7am­10am = “Bowser” Band 1­5pm = Duck Race 3pm Entertainment by DJ “Dr. Rock” = Magician & The Balloon Lady
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Kohler Brownie Troop #8048 donates entire 2011 cookie-sale profits to childrens’ cancer research fund

The Future Home of Bullard Children’s Dentistry...Designed by Kids...For Kids!
By: Megan Conklin, student writer Renovation is underway for the new location of Bullard Children's Dentistry. I have a unique perspective on this project that I would like to share. My name is Megan Conklin and I am 14 years old. I am a member of the Building Advisory Board. The Building Advisory Board is a group of 10 local students ages 10-18. We have been meeting since November to discuss the new building: the exterior, the interior, the décor, EVERYTHING. This meeting of creative minds has brought new and sometimes a few crazy ideas for a unique building and business. This has been a neat experience for me and the rest of the board. We have helped with the architecture, interior design, writing and visual arts. This sounds like a lot of work, and it is. But we have fun, too. Our meetings have been filled with pizza and desserts. During our February meeting, we “graffiti-ed” the new building to kick off the renovation and left messages for the builders. There were even a few sledgehammers involved! Over spring break, the interior decorating sub-committee met to select furniture, and décor for the child and teen waiting areas. In April, the technology committee voted on the selection of games and entertainment (via e-mail, of course). After the final cement was poured in May, we invited the Board of Directors (made up of children aged 5-10) to join us and put their handprints into the sidewalk. We thought they should get to leave their mark, too, because they helped with decisions like carpet, paint colors for walls and toys for the waiting room. And if that wasn’t enough, the Bullards allowed us to create a huge Jackson Pollock-style action painting (outside, of course) which will proudly hang for all to see. Overall, it’s been a terrific learning experience. We believe that Bullard Children’s Dentistry and Sheboygan County together have a bright and exciting future. The future office is located across the street from the Sheboygan Marcus Cinema at 3304 Wilgus Ave. in Sheboygan and will be open for business in July. Members of the Building Advisory Board include: Meg Biznek (age 10), Hank Biznek (age 13), Aaron Cantleberry (student photographer, age 18), Megan Conklin (age 14), Sam Kohler (age 12), Abby Lee (age 15), Tyler Lewis (age 15), Alex Romanoski (age 17), Kendall Wolf (age 17), and Sydney Yang (student director, age 16). Junior Board Members include Sam Biznek (age 9), Bridget Bullard (age 9) and Eddie Bullard (age 7).

The 3rd grade Kohler Girl Scout Brownie Troop #8048 decided to donate their entire 2011 cookie-sale profits to a childrens' cancer research fund. The check for $624 was forwarded to the Uselding family, former Kohler residents, for them to direct to the charity of their choice. Troop co-advisor Lisa Morrissett said, "My co-advisor, Susan Senti, and I are so proud of the girls. It was their idea completely of what to do with the profits." Shawna Uselding sent a message back to the girls: "Your package was the highlight of my week! It felt so good to be able to post that donation to CureSearch, and every penny brings me hope that one day a cure will be found. I hope the girls understand what a great thing they did! Thank you, thank you, thank you!"

Seasonal renter sought for summer cottage on Cedar Lake
The French Rabbit Cottage, located on Cedar Lake in Manitowoc County just 20 minutes from Kohler, is a beautiful property licensed with the state of Wisconsin. The original 1930’s craftsmen design is private and secluded on 250 ft. of pristine lake frontage. It includes 4 bedrooms (pro­ fessionally decorated), Tommy Bahama style. Kayaks and fishing boat, great swimming, water skiing and fishing. Looking for a seasonal renter for the summer (June, July, August). Available year round by the day, week­end and weekly. Visit our website at:
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Three longtime teachers to retire from Kohler Schools

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Joel Somerville

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With a combined 107 years of service to Kohler Schools, Cindy Bleuel, Len Hucke, and Joel Somerville will retire at the end of the 2010-2011 school year. Cindy Bleuel joined Kohler Schools in 1972. She initially taught social studies, then mathematics. Bleuel, who expected much from her students, is known for spending many hours helping them achieve the level of expectation she had for them. Len Hucke joined Kohler Schools in 1974. Most recently he has taught the sixth grade. Hucke

is known for his creative and involved lessons, and for involving parents and classroom partners. Hucke coached girl’s basketball and boys football, and was also the district student detention facilitator. Joel Somerville started with Kohler Schools in 1980. He is retiring after 31 years of service in education. He coached Future Problem Solvers for 29 years and recently received the Marian Carr Award, along with fellow teacher Mike Dellger, for recognition of this effort.

Judge urges common sense at graduation time
Parents, commencement season is almost here. This annual rite of passage is one of the major events of the high school experience. I write to urge you to do whatever you can to make sure the memories your children take from graduation are all good. Please make sure your child's graduation is safe and at the same time, be sure that you obey the law as well. In the past, some parents have hosted graduation parties where alcohol has been provided to underage individuals. This is against the law. Police Departments throughout Sheboygan County enforce this law. Violating it may lead to fines of hundreds of dollars. The law in Wisconsin is clear: No one younger than 21 can legally consume alcoholic beverages without their parent or legal guardian being present. Further, adults may not purchase, pour or provide alcohol to underage persons, nor may they knowingly permit underage consumption or possession of alcohol in the home or any other property under their control. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that if a person is injured as a result of conduct by an underage person who drank alcohol at a party hosted or known about by parents, the hosting parents may be held liable for the harm that results. For the safety of our children, as well as for your own protection, please follow the law. Do not permit any alcohol to be served or accessible to underage partiers on your property. In addition, please talk with your children about the dangers associated with underage drinking. Make sure your child understands Wisconsin's Zero Tolerance Law, which is vigorously enforced here in Sheboygan County. This law clearly states that an underage person cannot operate a motor vehicle with any amount of alcohol in the blood. If caught driving after consuming any alcohol whatsoever, the underage driver faces a minimum of several hundred dollars in fines and a mandatory suspension of their driving privilege. Penalties for driving while intoxicated are even higher. There are many options for fun, safe, alcohol-free activities. Information about these activities may be obtained from your student's high school office. Please consider the safety of your child and your child's friends this graduation season and set a proper example for them by obeying Wisconsin's drinking laws. Honorable Catherine Q. Delahunt Municipal Court for Sheboygan and Kohler 1315 N. 23rd St., Suite 102 Sheboygan, WI 53081 920-459-0212


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Floral gardeners sought to help provide “caring blooms” for community hospice center
Floral Essence, LLC invites all floral gardeners to bring floral garden clippings and your heart to make beautiful bedside arrangements for the patients of the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice to enjoy. meet every Thursday from June 2-Sept 29 from 10-11:00 a.m. Coffee, muffins and friendship to be provided. Blessed Trinity Parish, 319 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls. For more information call 920627-3185.

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Art Center announces summer theatre lineup
Now entering its 41st season, Summer Theatre at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center will present two captivating productions in July—A Rising Wind: The Lady Elgin Story and Ben Franklin: Unplugged. “Audiences can expect another summer season of high quality entertainment,” said Ann Brusky, Arts Center performing arts coordinator. “Each of these superb productions invites us to look back on historic events with a fresh perspective, something that marvelously ties in with the Arts Center’s upcoming exhibitions and programming theme of memory.” A Rising Wind: The Lady Elgin Story, playing July 6-9 at 7:30 p.m. and July 10 at 2 p.m., opens the Summer Theatre season. Produced and written by John Kishline and Edward Morgan, A Rising Wind: The Lady Elgin Story recounts a momentous shipwreck that changed the cultural landscape of the region. Five voices from the past shed light on the night the Lady Elgin never returned to shore, bringing alive the political and social turmoil in Wisconsin on the eve of the Civil War. A German reporter, an Irish patriot, a runaway slave, an idealistic sailor, and a young Milwaukee girl each tell their version of the event in a rich tapestry of character, humor and suspense. Humor of historic proportions will be offered up in the second Summer Theatre production, Ben Franklin: Unplugged, playing July 27–30 at 7:30 p.m. and July 31 at 2 p.m. Written and performed by Josh Kornbluth, in collaboration with director David Dower, this witty one-man show tracks Kornbluth’s pursuit of an American icon after he realizes his remarkable resemblance to Benjamin Franklin. As it moves from the halls of academia to richly comic interactions with Kornbluth’s mother, Bunny, and his Aunt Birdie, Ben Franklin: Unplugged weaves an engaging tale of foibles to be found both in our families and the man on the $100 bill. Tickets for Summer Theatre are now on sale. Call the Arts Center at (920) 458-6144 or visit for more information. The ARTcafe in the Arts Center offers a special dining menu before the evening shows. Call for reservations and menu information.

Ben Franklin: Unplugged sheds a comic light on the life of an American icon while considering the relationship of a “good Jewish boy” with his own father. The show runs July 27—31 as part of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center Summer Theatre season. Photo: Noah Hopton


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At Pine Haven, we take great pride in our 60 year reputation founded on what we do best: provide the highest quality care in a Christ-centered environment. You’ll be surprised to discover we are also one of the most reasonably priced with all the cares and services we include. We’ve developed a form to help you directly compare senior housing costs and identify the Call Jane at 467-2401, ext. 127 or visit “hidden” areas and extras.

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The Village of Kohler Centennial Committee is planning to publish a book to commemorate next year’s centennial of the Village of Kohler. They are asking young and old alike to be part of it by inviting people to tell true-life stories — personal reminiscences of life in Kohler; interesting descriptions of events, adventures, and family anecdotes; seasonal or holiday memories; memorable people who affected the lives of others; recollections of life “back when;” littleknown historical items; etc. They are especially seeking humorous anecdotes as they would like to help residents bring back the good times through true stories and vintage photographs. Any appropriate memory or photo is welcome. The editorial style will be relaxed and conversational with a first-person “I remember when” approach, so contributers are asked to write memories the way they would relate it to a friend. Stories should be kept to more than 500 words. For more information, see the “Village News” section on page 17 of this publication.

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Public invited to Sheboygan Historic Trolley Grace UCC choral Tours to run more enhanced worship Saturdays this year
Grace UCC church, 500 School Street, invites the public to join them for their final 10 a.m. Sunday service of the school year on June 5. The Senior Choir, under the direction of Audrey Braatz, will sing five numbers for the service. They will sing Buryl Red’s arrangement of Philip Bliss’ “Words of Life,” Tom Fettke arrangement of Matt Redman’s “Once Again,” Rollo Dilworth’s arrangement of the traditional spiritual “Jesus, What a Wonderful Child, and Michael Joncas’ piece “On Eagle’s Wings” arranged by Douglas Wagner. In addition to these numbers that they worked up this past year, the Senior Choir will sing Don Besig’s “A Closing Prayer” to honor those graduating from high schools in our area. The scripture setting for this Sunday is Jesus’ farewell prayer for his disciples from the Gospel of John. This is a perfect setting for this occasion. More Saturday tours this year: Saturdays, June 4, July 9, August 6, September 3, October 1. Narrated by historian/author/storyteller Bill Wangemann Four tours each day: 10 am, 11 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm Tickets $10 adults, children FREE Tours

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Grace UCC  announces summer hours
Grace United Church of Christ, 500 School Street, Kohler, announces its summer schedule. From June 12 through September 4 the people of Grace United Church of Christ will worship at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. Throughout the summer there will be a variety of musical contributions from members and friends of Grace Church at the Sunday morning service. On July 31 The RiverFront Ramblers will be with us and on August 28 the Big Cedar Bluegrass Band will enhance our service with their music. We will continue to meet on Thursday evenings for our Natural Meditation at the Robert Harrison “Cullumned Spiral” sculpture. The public is invited to join Rev. Tom Schroeder in this stress reducing, relaxing time in the quiet setting of the Kohler Arboretum for guided meditation on Thursday nights from 7-7:30. We encourage you to bring your blankets, lounge chairs, or yoga mats so that you can lie back on the ground and let your mind take in the pictures of nature, readings, and scripture. We will meet outside on days when it is above 65 degrees and dry, otherwise the public is invited to meet at Grace UCC in the basement and we will try to create similar environments. The public is always welcome to join the people of Grace United Church of Christ during its services of worship.

53044 will get a whole lot cuter on June 3, with Ulta beauty store grand opening
Ulta Beauty store (“the store on everyone’s lips”) will open its doors at Deer Trace Shopping Center in Kohler on Friday, June 3, 2011. Grand opening hours will be Friday and Saturday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. The store plans to celebrate its grand opening with give-aways, gift certificates and brand events. The beauty superstore boasts more than 20,000 beauty products, 4,000 testers, and 350 fragrances. It’s focus is on “providing affordable indulgence to its customers by combining the product breadth, value and convenience of a beauty superstore with the distinctive environment and experience of a specialty retailer.” The store is fully illuminated to give the effect of natural lighting, allowing guests to see the true shade of any product that they test in the store. For information about Ulta products, visit

Students of Kohler based music studio participate in national piano-playing auditions
On May 5, two local students from Studio 543 of Marlene Wondergem in Kohler participated in the National Piano-Playing Auditions sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Marlea Joa, daughter of Curt and Laurie Joa, and George Palof, son of Tom and Kathy Palof, performed for a professional adjudicator at Jane Voigt’s Piano Studio in Kiel, Wisconsin – one of over 880 audition centers throughout the US and abroad. Marlea presented eight pieces in the Hobbyist Division, and George presented ten memorized pieces in the National Division. Each entrant received a certificate, an embossed pin, a report card, and a year’s membership in the National Fraternity of Student Musicians. Both Marlea and George were enthusiastic about this performance experience.
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Sheboygan County Be Treated Like Royalty During Afternoon Tea EDC launches redesigned website
Expanded online resources for existing and prospective businesses
The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) announces the launch of its redesigned and updated website, The site incorporates new sections, enhanced features, and additional information to bolster available local business resources in Sheboygan County. According to SCEDC Executive Director Patrick Drinan, “the enhanced website utilizes a sleek design and bold imagery to convey the inherent promise of Sheboygan County for entrepreneurs, business owners, and prospective residents. The site is designed for both existing businesses and for business attraction purposes. The new site is easy to navigate, contains additional resources and local community market information, and highlights development and investment opportunities. We will use the website to promote Sheboygan County’s attributes to the world, promote resources to retain local companies, and attract new interest and investment to the county,” said Drinan. Listed below is an overview of enhanced information on the updated SCEDC website: = List of businesses for sale. = Business start-up resources such as business plan templates and assistance. = Access to custom ESRI demographic reports and community profiles. = Sheboygan County and municipal economic profiles. = Area workforce information. = Available financial incentives. = Local community initiatives. = Sheboygan County business news. = Available sites and buildings databases. = Targeted industry sector information. = “The Promise of Sheboygan County” video. The SCEDC’s website update was designed and built by DynamicDevelop and Huber Creative, both located in Sheboygan. For additional information, contact: Patrick Drinan, Executive Director, Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation, (920) 452-2350. The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation is a countywide private/public partnership, leading economic development efforts to improve the economic well-being and longterm prosperity of the businesses, residents, and communities of Sheboygan County, through collaborative retention, expansion, and attraction efforts for business and employment development.

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The Blue Bombers Boy’s Golf team capped an impressive regular season with a dominating win at the Central Lakeshore Conference Tournament, held at Whispering Springs Golf Club. The Blue Bombers used strong play by all four of their top scorers to record a team score of 319, 15 strokes better than tournament runner-up Elkhart Lake and 17 strokes better than third place Sheboygan Lutheran. The CLC tournament performance secured the Blue Bombers the overall conference team title with 26 conference points. Sheboygan Lutheran and Elkhart Lake finished in a 2nd place tie in the overall standings with 23 points apiece. Although Kohler has never finished lower than 2nd in the CLC in the last 7 years, this is their 1st conference title since winning the 2005 and 2006 titles. Individually, Kohler golfers dominated both the conference tournament and the regular season dual meets. Jenna Peters capped off an impressive conference season by claiming the Individual Conference tournament title with a stellar 1-under par score of 71. Jenna also led the CLC in scoring average with a nine competitive average of 37.8, ranked #1 in all conference points and was named Conference Player of the Year. Sophomore Logan Willis finished 3rd at the conference tournament, ranked second in the CLC in scoring average at 39.3 (sophomore class record) and was also named 1st Team All-Conference. Nick Scheppmann (41.8) and Andy Hammes (41.9) finished 5th and 6th, respectively, in conference scoring average and earned Honorable Mention All-

Total Tennis fitness and skills mini-camps still has openings
The Total Tennis fitness and skills mini-camps held at the Kohler High School courts have openings in both sessions. Secure your spot asap! The camp provides a week of fun and fitness for ages 13-18 geared toward improving your tennis game. The camp is led by USPTA/Kohler High School Tennis Coach Wendy Tauscheck, Phy Ed teacher/assistant tennis coach Juli Coffey, and Charlie Reinertsen, St. Olaf tennis player, Former Kohler High tennis team captain and state medallist. The camps are from noon-3 p.m. Session 1: June 20-24 Session 2: July 18-22 Each player will be given an individual fitness assessment, followed by a personalized work-out plan developed to improve their level of fitness. On-court conditioning drills will emphasize footwork, acceleration, quickness, agility and change of direction. Strength training will include exercises to improve core strength, balance, flexibility, and range-ofmotion. Players will also receive an individual stroke analysis with a personalized plan for skill improvement, and will be provided with information on the importance of proper nutrition, hydration, stretching and rest.

Kohler golfers win CLC title
Conference recognition. Kohler’s 5th man, Derek Egbert, ranked 19th in conference scoring average at 44.8 earning honors at the top freshman in the conference. Kohler’s impressive play throughout the regular season has earned them recognition by the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin. The Blue Bombers have been ranked as the top Division 3 team in the state for the last 6 weeks of coach’s polls. The next test for the team is WIAA Regionals and Sectionals where they will have showdowns with 5 of the 10 ranked Division 3 teams in the state, including #2 ranked Oshkosh Lourdes and #3 ranked Sheboygan Lutheran. WIAA State Tournament is set for Monday, June 6th and Tuesday, June 7th at University Ridge in Madison.

Outpatient physical and occupational therapy services available in Kohler
Located in the Sports Core the Community Orthopedic Rehabilitation clinic provides outpatient physical and occupational therapy services. This clinic is staffed with therapists employed by Blankenheim Services who have been in the Kohler factories and medical department for the last 6 years. Blankenheim Services provides Industrial rehabilitation in onsite therapy clinics throughout North America. The team of therapists have over 100 years of clinical experience with many specialties including but not limited to hand therapy, sports medicine, orthopedic conditions including post surgical, neurological disorders, Lymphedema, work related injuries, and neck and back pain. Presently the clinic is staffed by Rick Schurman PT, Cert. MDT, TPI. Rick has over 30 years of clinical experience treating orthopedic patients including all types of athletes. He is credentialed in the McKenzie method of treating spine and extremity joint pain ( He also is specialized in the treatment of golfers as the only therapist in the area with Titleist Performance Institute certification ( The clinic is open to all area residents and you do not have to belong to the Sports Core to receive treatment. The clinic is open Tuesdays 4-6:30pm, Wednesdays 14pm and Thursdays 11:30am12:30pm. A short consultation is offered at no charge to determine if your condition might respond to therapy and you are welcome to walk in during our posted hours. The phone number is 920-7836646.

Soccer talent runs deep in Vroom family
Most everyone in the village is aware of Shawn Vroom, who was the first soccer player from Kohler High School to be awarded a NCAA Division I soccer scholarship. Shawn led the Blue Bombers to three conference championships, four regional championships and a WIAA state final appearance in his four years at Kohler. You may not know that soccer talent runs deep in the Vroom family as evidenced by Shawn's older brother Steffen. Steffen Vroom currently plays professional soccer in Australia for the Brisbane Wolves of the Brisbane Premier League, the second tier of professional soccer in Australia. He currently leads the league in scoring with eleven goals in ten games. Steffen played High School soccer at Libertyville (Illinois) High where he was a three year varsity starter. He was All Conference, All Area and an All State Honorable mention in high school. He received a soccer scholarship to DePaul University where he was a First Team All-Big East selection in 2009. Vroom played as an outside player his freshman and sophomore seasons before manning the forward line for DePaul. Along with his First Team All-Big East recognition, Vroom received 2nd Team All Great Lakes honors while leading DePaul in scoring his senior season in 2009. As a junior in 2008, Steffen contributed to DePaul’s NCAA National Tournament appearance with 4 goals, 2 assists and collected 2nd Team AllBig East and 3rd Team All-Great Lakes honors. “Steffen was in the Village last fall and I asked him to help out at soccer practice so I got to know him a little bit. Not only is he a very good player but he is a very nice guy.” said Kohler Soccer Coach Scott Feltner. “We've got several high school soccer alumni playing college ball right now, but to know there is a guy with roots in the village playing pro soccer is pretty cool.” Vroom has been getting attention from coaches in the A-League, the top tier of pro soccer in Australia. If he keeps on scoring goals it won't be long before he will be plying his trade in the top league.


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1980 Blue Bombers Bring Home The Gold
By Bruce Erickson Coach Dan Buhr was highly anticipating the 1979-80 basketball season. He would have most of his players back from the previous year who missed going to State in a one point loss in the sectional finals. That year Kohler was improving every game and made an outstanding tournament run. In the first game in sectionals at West Bend they would pull off one of the biggest upsets in Kohler tournament history. Their opponent was Pardeeville that was ranked number one in the State in Class C and sported a record of 22-0. They were led by 6-6 center Mark Bortz who a few years later would be playing in the 1985 Super Bowl with the Chicago Bears. Other starters were 6-5, 6-2- and 6-2 and were complimented by a fine shooting guard in Hammond. Kohler was not given much of a chance but Dwight Pelkin of the Sheboygan Press described it this way- “Kohler won in might be described as one of the finest prep games of the season. They won it in a hairy and convincing fashion. It was hairy because it was a point swapper all the way- but it was convincing in that in the final minute or so when it got down to the nitty gritty, the Bombers showed their stuff in refusing to panic and played with authority to actually wind up a solid 64-59 victor.” They would play Palmyra the next night for the right to go to Madison. They fell in a heart breaker 48-47. Mark Strenger was the only starter being lost to graduation. Coach Buhr was excited as his team coming back had an outstanding point guard in 5-11 Doug Bocchini and a sharpshooter from the outside in 6-0 Paul Prange. The front line was impressive with 6-4 Jim Wolf, 6-3 Curt Scheppmann,and 6-3 Tim Collins set to control the boards and give them excellent inside shooting. First off the bench was promising freshman 6-6 Joe Wolf. Other team members were Dan Biwan, Tim Mauer, Mike Gier, Artie Perry, Jeff Molenda, and Jim Strenger. Kohler started the season a little shakey dropping two of its first four games. They would finish the season sharing the conference championship with Howards Grove each with a 13-1 record After their early season losses Kohler would reel off 22 wins in a row. The team was getting better with every game and freshman Joe Wolf was getting more and more playing time and showed signs of the super player that he would become. Kohler had three hard tests before they could get to Madison in 1980. A rematch with arch-rival Howards Grove, a surprising game from Oostburg and another show down with Pardeeville. Kohler started tounnament play with a game at home against Cedar Grove and won 63-51. They would next face Howards Grove who had split with the Bombers during the year. That was their only loss as they came into the tournament with a record of 171. Before a packed house in the Kohler gym the home team put on a defensive show as they buried the Tigers 53-38. Next it was on to Howards Grove to face Oostburg in the regional opener. Kohler had overwhelmed Oostburg in the last game of the sea-

1980 Blue Bombers

son by 41 points. Oostburg Coach John Moriarity made a decision- if he could not keep up with the Bombers in a normal way he would have his team play a delay game. Oostburg started the game with a planned tip off play that almost worked but the Oostburg player missed the lay-up. Kohler managed 6 points in the first quarter and led 6-0. Oostburg held the ball for the entire 2nd quarter and took a shot at the buzzer that missed. Kohler stayed in its zone defense. Oostburg got the 2nd half tip and again held the ball for five more minutes. Although the Kohler fans were restless the team kept its cool. Doug Bocchini stole the ball near the end of the third quarter and scored on a layup to make the score 8-0. Oostburg did not have a point after three quarters. In the fourth quarter Oostburg decided it was time to play regular baskeball and did get the game to 18-12 but their game plan did not work as Kohler won the game 23-13. The Bombers made 8 out of 9 field goal attempts for the game. The next night they would face Gibralter and won easily 66-47 to move on to the West Bend sectionals. The first game at West Bend was against Pardeeville who had posted a season record of 20-2. They lost the the tall Bortz brothers from a year before but had outstanding guard Hammond returning. He had blistered Kohler with 28 points the year before and that was his average for the 79-80 season. In this game the job of guarding Hammond was given to Doug Bocchini who did a masterful job. Hammond did end up with 21 points but he had to earn every one of them. Meanwhile Kohler was hitting on all cylinders- Curt Scheppmann had 18 points and 13 rebounds, Joe Wolf 18 points and 7 boards, Paul Prange was hitting from long range and added 18 points and Jim Wolf scored

14. Kohler won by a score of 72-60. The sectional championship game against Waterloo was not close as Kohler won 70-51 to get them to State. Paul Prange led the team with 22 points. First up in Madison would be the Altoona Railroaders who were coming in with a 19-4 record. This was their first trip to State in 27 years. Kohler got off to a slow and shaky start in the game with nine turnovers in the first quarter- tournament jitters maybe. They did settle down after being behind 20-18 at the end of the first quarter. Altoona went up 30 to 22 before the Bombers went to work and took the lead 40-37 at halftime. Kohler pulled away in the second half and won the game 73-60. Joe Wolf had 16 points and 12 rebounds, Jim Wolf had 19 points, Curt Scheppmann 16 and Paul Prange 18. Doug Bocchini had another stellar floor game. Kohler would play Edgar for the championship. Edger had not been in the state tournament for 43 years but had a team that posted a record of 24-1 and had won a state football championship the previous fall. They were led by 6-7 center

First place trophy for 1980.

Larry Brown and had a tough pressing defense. After an even first quarter in which Kohler held a 19-17 lead the Bombers would slowly pull away during the rest of the game. They were up 57-38 with six minutes to go when Edgar made a 16-3 run to make the score 62-56 with 1:28 left. But Paul Prange knocked in a fifteen footer and Jim Wolf added two free throws to put the game away. The Kohler fans and team went berserk as the final seconds ticked down and the Blue Bombers were about to earn the first s state basketball championship in the history of Kohler High School.

Jim Wolf had 23 points, Paul Prange 20 and Joe Wolf 12. Jim Wolf would be named to the all tourney team and was the top scorer in Class C with 42 points. The gold trophy was awarded right after the game and the celebration was on. A victory celebration was held for the team and fans at the Mapledale Country Club in Madison after the game. Three senior players addressed the crowd- Tim Collins mentioned “class.” Curt Scheppmann said he would like to see the winning streak hit 70 and Doug Boccinni talked about “teamwork.” On Sunday the team was met near Plymouth by a caravan of 80-100 cars and a Kohler fire truck. They made their way through the village to cheering crowds and ended in a huge pep rally in the gym. Village President Wes Prange spoke for the community and lauded the team and fans for their fine example shown during the exciting days in Madison. “THOSE WERE THE DAYS MY FRIENDS- WE THOUGHT THEY WOULD NEVER END.” Next we will look at the year of double gold1982.

1976 Blue Bombers

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Kohler School Friends 10:00 a.m. second Wednesday of the month in the Library from September through May. Kohler Seniors WELCOME SPRING ! Thought you'd never get here! The Kohler Seniors will meet for their June meeting at 12:30 on June 6th and then we're on vacation until September. Until then enjoy every sparkling, warm day! Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL) Second Thursday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Kohler Soccer Club Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Library. Kohler Athletic Booster Club First Monday of each month (except January, June and July) at 5:30pm in the library. Kohler Speakez's Toastmasters Meets the 2nd and 4th Thur. from 12:10-1p.m. at the Kohler Co. Human Resource Garden Level meeting room. Guests will need to sign in and have an ID to enter the building. Contact Perie Villani for more information 889-2728, Sheboygan Toastmaster 2121 meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of month at The Highland House on corner of 8th and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. For additional information contact 920-287-7130.

SportsLife Camps to bring its “outrageous fun” back to Kohler
SportsLife Camps, a week long summer program that helps churches develop children’s faith through energetic sports and multisensory arts programs, will be coming to Kohler again this summer. Bethany Lutheran Church in Kohler has again teamed up with St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls to bring you SportsLife Camps for the third year. It will take place July 25 - 28 from 5:30 – 8:30pm and is for children entering 1st through 5th grade the fall of 2011. The camp promises to provide three hours packed full of “outrageous fun” and Bible-based learning through high-energy activities and sports, singing, obstacle courses, art, videos and more. The camp differentiates itself from the traditional Vacation Bible School by allowing each camper to customize the camp experience by choosing a preferred sport or art, and developing real skills in those chosen areas through innovative, quality programming. The camp brings its own equipment and professional, devout staff. The staff also works with local church volunteers to reach out to campers with faith-based messages. The camp will again be held at Bethany Lutheran Church located at 222 Church Street in Kohler. The cost of the camp is free. Registration forms as well as medical release forms can be found at either Bethany or St. Paul Churches or online at: Space is limited so register now. For any questions contact Gina Fibiger at 457-9087.

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Kohler Neighborhood Garage Sale
Saturday, June 4. 8:30 am-2 pm. 20 sales south of Kohler Co. on Roosevelt, Center, Parkway, E. & W. Riverside and Lower Road. All size clothes, toys, furniture. Super deals on electric dryer, golf clubs, strollers, beds, area rugs, poster frames, and file cabinet.

Neighborhood Rummage Sale
School Street/Upper Road, Kohler. Saturday, June 4 8:30-2. Furniture, children’s clothing, jogging stroller, baby items, games, books,household items and much more.

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Habush Habush & Rottier continues statewide helmet-fitting tour at Kohler Bicycle Safety Day
Helmet fitting specialists from Habush Habush & Rottier to offer free bike helmets and fittings to 75 local children
Kohler, Wis. – June 4, 2011 – The Habush Habush & Rottier Charitable Foundation will continue its statewide tour to provide and fit children with free bike helmets at the Kohler Bicycle Safety Day. Seventy-five local children will receive a free, specially-fit helmet on a first-come, first-served basis from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 at the Kohler Police Department, located at 319 Highland Dr. in Kohler. Thirty-nine Habush Habush & Rottier employees have been trained by Safe Kids USA, an organization dedicated to preventing accidental childhood injury, to offer specialized fitting services along with their annual bike helmet donations. Since 1999, the Habush firm’s charitable funds have distributed more than 81,500 bicycle helmets to children throughout the State of Wisconsin and plan to donate an additional 10,000 this summer. Researchers have found that wearing a helmet can reduce the severity of brain injury by as much as 88%. Most of the helmets are distributed at bike safety rodeos and summer safety programs run by police departments and community organizations throughout Wisconsin. In addition, many police officers around the state distribute bicycle helmets to neighborhood children while on patrol, helping to promote positive, open relationships between local authorities and youth. The Habush Habush & Rottier Charitable Foundation was established in 1999 to allow the law firm to give back to the communities in which its attorneys practice. The Habush Habush & Rottier law firm has been a Wisconsin personal injury law firm for over 75 years. Thirteen offices are located throughout the State of Wisconsin and are located in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Madison, Appleton, Green Bay, Racine, Kenosha, Lake Geneva, Wausau, Rhinelander, Sheboygan, West Bend and Stevens Point. For more information, please call 1-800-2-HABUSH or visit

Tutoring available
Beginning May 1, Holly Zehfus will be available to tutor in math, Spanish and other school subjects. The 2010 KHS graduate is a math major at Michigan Technological University. 920-912-4227 or 920-467-4853

Public invited to June 1 brat fry at Grace UCC
Grace UCC, 500 School Street, invites the public to join them for supper on Wednesday, June 1 from 5-7 pm. for brats, chicken sandwiches, hamburgers, salads, desserts, and beverage to be eaten at tables on the church lawn or for carry out to the KHS scroll night festivities. It will be a wonderful way to ease the rush on the night as you go and watch the activities of our youth and children. Come join us and have your cake and eat it too.


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KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCATION: Kohler Public Library is housed with the school library in the school building at 333 Upper Road. SUMMER HOURS: (begin June 9) Monday—Thursday: 9am-8:30pm Friday: 9am—5pm Sunday 1—4pm We will be closed Sunday June 19 for Fathers’ Day. REMINDER TO ALL PARENTS In accordance with the Library Board policies, children under the age of 10 should not be left alone in the library. BECOME A FRIEND! The Kohler Public Library has its own page on Facebook! Become a “fan” and get updates on programs and tips on new books. Simply search “Kohler Public Library” from your profile and click “Become a Fan”! SUMMER READING PROGRAM MONDAY 10:30 am Chapter book story time. Geared towards first grade and up, kids can come and listen to a few chapters a week. TUESDAY afternoons—12:30 Back by popular demand we will have workshops for older kids on Tuesday afternoons. Because of the skill level involved, these workshops will be limited to kids 9 years old and up. And because we will need to provide them with supplies, interested kids will have to RSVP by the Friday before. NO WALK-INS. Workshops that you can look forward to are: June 21: 12:30 Mosaic Tile workshop (limit 28 kids) June 28: 12:30 Button Bracelet work shop (limit 28 kids) July 5: 12:30 TBA Craft July 12: 12:30 Henna workshop (requires a permission slip) July 19: 12:30 Knitting workshop (limit 12 kids) July 26: 12:30 Scrapbooking August 2: 12:30 Beaded Bookmark workshop August 9: 12:30 Latch Hook workshop (limit 8 kids) WEDNESDAYS at 12:30 Our Wednesday programs are open to children of every age. Parents, baby-sitters and grandparents are all encouraged to bring their kids and enjoy singing, storytelling, and other entertainment. June 15 Novel Ideas-Improve Group June 22 Carol Westen-Musician June 29 Singer/Songwriter Rich Baumann July 6 Magician Bruce Hetzler July 13 “Three Billy Goats Gruff” Puppet Show with Pam Corcoran July 20 Singer Fred Turk July 27 Zoozort-Live animals with Noelle Tarrant Aug 3 “The Magic of Science” with Jim Lenz Aug 10 Tim Glander’s Balloon magic FRIDAYS at 10:30am On Fridays, the library will hold story hour that is geared towards preschool aged kids. Stories, songs, and crafts based on weekly themes are performed by our librarian, Erin. The following special story times have been scheduled. Other special programs may be announced. KNIT CLUB We meet the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30. Please join us for an evening where we work on our projects and share our skills. Everyone is welcome. Crocheters welcome! NEW MATERIALS: Please call 459-2923 or email Erin at if you have suggestions of items to purchase for the library. Check out our New Items pages on our new website for links to these new books. BOOKS Non-Fiction Does the Noise In My Head Bother You Steven Tyler The Geeks Shall Interit the Earth: popularity, quirk theory, and why outsiders thrive after High School Alexandra Robbins Exorcising Hitler Fred Taylor Cowl Girls Carron Hungry Girl 300 Under 300 Lillien The Party Dress: how to make the perfect one for you Evel: the high-flying life of Evil Knievel The Meghan Method: the step-by-step guide to decorating your home in style Carter Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me Handler Frommer’s Chicago With Kids Frommer’s Chicago Free and Dirt Cheap Lost in Shangri-La: the true story of survival, adventure, and the most incredible rescue mission of WWII In The Garden of Beasts: love, terror, and an American family in Hitler’s Berlin Erik Larson Nobody’s Perfect: two men, one call, and a game for baseball history Armando Galarraga The Week-by-Week Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook My Lucky Life Dick Van Dyke Fiction The Poisoner’s Handbook Blum Quicksilver Quick Caleb’s Crossing Geraldine Brooks Sweet Jiminy Kristin Gore The Butterfly’s Daughter Monroe The First Husband Dave The Final Storm Shaara Eve Iris Johansen The Sixth Man David Baldacci Sixkill Robert B Parker Pumped For Murder Viets Buried Prey John Sandford The Secret Lives of Dresses McKean 10th Anniversary James Patterson Bel-Air Dead Stuart Woods The Devil’s Light Richard North Patterson The Snowman Nesbo The Story of a Beautiful Girl Simon When God Was a Rabbit Winman DVDs Edge of Darkness Leap Year Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 Death at a Funeral Yogi Bear The Other Guys Little Fockers Marmaduke Daniel Tosh Happy Thoughts The Switch How Do You Know Black Swan Blue-Rays Despicable Me Red Music Lemonade Mouth Now 38 Barton Hollow Civil Wars Tourist History Two Door Cinema Club

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#C11-02-0073 – Meow! My name is Maverick and I'm pretty easy on the eyes, wouldn't you say? I was surrendered back in February, and here I am still hoping to find love. I'm a great one year old classic tabby, full of sweetness and purrs. I would LOVE to meet you and your family. Hope to see you soon!

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Visit the Sheboygan County Humane Society at: 3107 N. 20th St., Sheboygan, WI 53083 ~ 920-458-2012 Shelter hours: Monday: Noon - 4:30 p.m., Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30 p.m., Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30 p.m., Saturday: Noon - 4:00 p.m., Closed Sundays. The Humane Society offers discount adoption rates on adult cats. Please help us end pet overpopulation in Sheboygan County, please SPAY and NEUTER your pets.


JUNE, 2011




Village Meetings Scheduled for June 6/1 Public Library Board 4:00 pm (at Library) 6/6 Property Committee 5:00 pm 6/6 Finance Committee 5:00 pm 6/13 Village Board 5:30 pm 6/23 Plan Commission 4:30 pm 6/27 Recreation Committee 5:30 pm All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated. and have it filled out before you arrive. There will be forms available the day of, but it would make that portion go more quickly. All participants will receive a free helmet and a bike accessory. We will also be supplying free soda and chips after the day’s events. For anyone that needs their bike safety checked, Wolf Cycle will be available from 11:30 -12:30 performing inspections. New Part-time Officer Hired: Emily Laufer was hired as the newest part-time officer for the Kohler Police Department. Officer Laufer’s first day at KPD was on May 2nd, but it wasn’t her first day as an officer. Officer Laufer brings a wealth of experience as a former officer at West Bend PD for 15 years. Officer Laufer replaces Jarrod Fenner who resigned several months ago, but still works for the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Dept. Officer Laufer is getting acclimated to the community and the department and will be able to help with the many special events that occur in the Village throughout the year. What’s happening in June? It’s time to register for: Swim Lessons Session 1 - Registration begins June 14 Camp reminders *Boys Adventure Camp June 27-30 *Girls Adventure Camp June 27-30 *Swim Team begins June 20 *Frisbee Camp June 20-24 *Baseball grades1 & 2 starting June 6 *T-Ball starting June 21 *Tennis Lessons June 13 All registrations must be taken to the Village Hall. British Soccer Camp June 13-17 Brazilian Soccer Camp July 18-22 Please go to to register. Summer Pool Hours Beginning June 9 The pool will be open daily, indoor pool 1:30-8:00 pm and outdoor pool 1:30-6:00 pm, weather permitting. For Adult Pool programming visit the Village Website at under Recreation. Pool mascot news We received a great idea submitted by a Village Resident, Lois Multer. Her Idea is a seal named “SPLASH” “S”wim “P”lay “L”earn “A”nd “S”tay “H”ealthy Thank you to Lois for her great idea and thoughtful message. Our next step is to accept design concepts. Please feel free to drop these drawings off at Village Hall. Deadline is June 21. We should have our mascot and design approved by the 4th of July. Thank you for all of your great ideas. Actions taken by the Village Board during their meeting on April 11, 2011: = Approved an animal variance request from Kandice Brooks of 114 Market Street. = Approved a request for Fourth of July fireworks display permit. = Authorized Gary Lindow & Mike Lindstrom to attend the State Fire Chief’s Convention in La Crosse 6/23-6/26. = Approved engagement letter with Quarles & Brady, LLP to serve as Village bond counsel regarding proposed issuance of $845,000 G.O. Refunding Bonds. = Approved January 2011 Revenue & Expense Reports, Bank Account Reconciliation & Journal entries. = Approved recommendation from the Compensation Committee regarding Recreation Department Ad Hoc Committee structure alternatives for the Recreation Department. = Approved Resolution 2011-4, Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of Approximately $845,000 G.O. Refunding Bonds, Series 2011.

Share your memories of Kohler Village Nothing brings a smile to your face — and your heart — like a good memory. That’s why we’re publishing a book to commemorate the centennial of the Village of Kohler. We’d love everyone — young and old — to be part of it. We’re inviting people to tell true-life stories — personal reminiscences of life in Kohler; interesting descriptions of events, adventures, and family anecdotes; seasonal or holiday memories; memorable people who affected the lives of others; recollections of life “back when”; little-known historical items; etc. We’re especially glad to get humorous anecdotes. We’d like to help residents bring back the good times through true stories and vintage photographs. Any appropriate memory or photo is welcome. The editorial style will be relaxed and conversational with a firstperson “I remember when” approach, so please write your memory the way you’d relate it to a friend. Because we would like to include as many memories as possible in the book, please keep longer stories to no more than 500 words. If you would like us to consider your story, short memory, photos, illustrations, or other miscellaneous materials, please read the complete list of Contributor’s Guidelines. To be considered, email your submission to: Or mail your submission to: Angie Packer 517 Audubon Road Kohler, WI 53044 Contributor’s Guidelines By submitting material for publication, you grant the Village of Kohler unrestricted use of the material, including your name and current city/state. We reserve the right to modify, reproduce, and distribute the material in any medium and in any manner. We may contact you via phone or email regarding your submission. Be sure your submission contains your name, mailing address, phone number, and email address, if available. Don’t forget to include the year (can be approximate) in which your memory took place. In an effort to involve as many contributors as possible in this “reader-written” book, we may edit or excerpt longer stories to fit within our publication’s constraints. We prefer using high-resolution (300dpi) scans sent via email. If sending photos, please make sure your name and address appear on the back of each photo, and identify any information you know regarding who, what, where, and when. You’re welcome to send a photocopy of an original photo (for reference only, since photocopies cannot be reproduced in the actual publication). Or, we suggest that you first have a reprint made of cherished family photos before sending them. If we use the memory, we may ask to borrow the original or a sharp reprint. Photos are returned upon publication. If you’re sending photos you’d like to have returned, be sure to enclose a self-addressed return envelope with the proper return postage.

From Clerk/ Treasurer Laurie Lindow:
Open Book and Board of Review The Village Assessor will be holding Open Book session at the Village Hall on Monday, June 13th. To schedule an appointment with the assessor, please call Associated Appraisal at 920-749-1995. Open Book is an opportunity for property owners to meet with the assessor and examine the records for their property and discuss how the assessment was made. Time spent discussing your assessment with the assessor may eliminate the need for a formal appeal to the Board of Review. At open book, the assessor is allowed to make any changes that are necessary to perfect the assessment roll. The Village of Kohler Board of Review will meet Tuesday, June 28th beginning at 5:00 p.m. Property owners that want to appear before the Board of Review to appeal their assessment must provide the clerktreasurer with written or oral notice of your intent to file an objection at least 48 hours before the meeting of the Board. Also, a written and signed Form of Objection to Property Assessment must be filled out and filed with the clerk within the first 2 hours of the Board’s first scheduled meeting. E-mail addresses The Village of Kohler wants your e-mail address. We started collecting e-mail addresses to send out notices for our Recreation Department. Along with Recreation Department information we will be sending out e-mails regarding changes in garbage collection dates, reminders, etc. If you would like to be included in this information please send an e-mail to the Village Office to Village Directory The Kohler Civic Club has completed the 2011 Village of Kohler directory. Volunteers will be delivering the directories to all homes in the Village. If you do not receive one or would like additional ones, directories are available at Village Hall.

From Public Works Superintendent Bruce Neerhof:
Just a reminder that Larry’s Hauling has an industrial site for yard waste only. It is located in the Sheboygan Falls Industrial Park at 113 Balsam Road. Dumpsters are located between the Hagemeir Construction and New Dawn buildings. Residents may dump all materials into the dumpsters. Please take any containers with you. BE LEAK SEEKER: Water bill higher than usual? Check all faucets for leaks. Just a slow drip can waste 15-29 gallons per day. Put a drop of food coloring in the toilet tank to see if it leaks into the bowl. Based on experience, it is found that leaking toilets are the reason for unusual water usage 90% of the time. GARAGE SALE SIGNS One temporary “garage sale” or “for sale” sign shall be permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs located on public property will be removed by the Public Works Department or Police Department. REPORTING OF ILLICIT DISCHARGE: It is a requirement in the Village of Kohler Storm water permit with the to educate the Public on illicit discharges to the storm water system. 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 459-3881.

From Police Chief Bill Rutten:
Bike Safety Day: The Kohler Police Department in conjunction with the Village of Kohler Recreation Department is again sponsoring the Bike Safety Day on Saturday June 4th at 12:30 pm. The event is being held at the Village Hall. Licenses are required and are available for $2.50 for any bikes with wheels larger than 16”. Anyone that needs a license can download the bike license form from

From Rec. Dept. Susie Wandschneider Correction for T-Ball
T-ball will begin on Tuesday, June 21 due to the British Soccer Camp being held on June 14.

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Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association

Benefits of Aquatics
Each summer, parks and recreation professionals unlock the gates to community pools, hiring lifeguards and preparing programs. Running aquatic facilities can be hard work, but for residents, summer, especially, marks the beginning of warm days relaxing on the pool deck, pool parties, and swim teams. What is the appeal of these crystal clear waters? Research indicates that there is more participation in aquatic based recreation and sport than any other activity. Why? What does an aquatic facility really mean to a community? In essence, what are the benefits? Physical Benefits = Improves posture, flexibility, muscular endurance, strength and balance. = Stimulates circulation. = Creates muscle tone.
= Promotes

proper breathing. under-used or healing muscles (aquatic therapy). = Improves one’s ability to control and maintain a healthy weight. = Helps to combat the aging process. = Workouts can be tailored to fit the needs of the individual. = Its low impact...the water makes the body almost weightless, greatly diminishing the impact on joints. = Great cardiovascular workout (swimming has a calorie-burning potential of 350-420 calories per hour). = Uses almost all the major muscle groups, and places a vigorous demand on your heart and lungs. = For some disabled and elderly
= Rehabilitates

persons gives a sense of freedom as they can freely move around in the water and be in an upright position. Social Benefits of laughs and fun while getting a great workout! = Establishes good friendships through water classes. = Enjoyable even when working hard. = A sport that is safe for all ages, at all fitness levels.
= Lots

ties for:
= Increasing

= A place = Brings

Psychological Benefits = Encourages a positive attitude, since one notices oneself feeling so good after workouts. = Heightened sense of wellbeing. = Increased energy level. = Stress reducer. = Soothes the mind and body. Benefits to Youth - Opportuni-

self esteem through the development of aquatic skills. = Developing healthy lifestyles. = Participation in competitive aquatic programs that help youth set high expectations for achievement. = Hours and hours of constructive use of time for youth of all ages. = Employment options for local teens. Benefits of Aquatic Facilities: = Revenue generation. = Revive local economy. = Gives kids a place to go and entertain themselves. = Tourism booster. = Boost property values. = Attracts businesses and their employees.

to relax. families together. = Wholesome, affordable, family entertainment. Benefits of Aquatic Programs: = Swimming - a skill for life! = Drowning is one of the leading causes of unintentional deaths for youths and adults. Swimming lessons teach safety awareness, which may prevent the loss of life. Supervision is still required, but being proficient in the water by teaching skills and safety is a primary benefit of quality swim lessons.
The Benefits Committee is a Standing Committee of the Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association that promotes the benefits of parks and recreation for the State Association and membership agencies. For more information, visit the WPRA website:

Why are there so many runners on the road when there’s a perfectly good sidewalk?
By guest writer Kate Marventano Let’s get something straight: I do not enjoy running. I am not one of those cute women you see running around Kohler wearing a great matching outfit and running lightly. No – I’m the one out there lumbering slowly down your street, dressed in all black (hoping to cover any jiggle factor…), looking as though I’m being tortured. They keep telling me that running is easy because it’s convenient. All I need are sneakers. And they keep telling me that eventually I’ll grow to love it. I’m not sure when that moment will strike, but I keep hoping for it. Running in Wisconsin is not as easy as we’d like to believe – snow, ice, rain, wind and the resulting potholes and upheavals of sidewalk and road are all impediments to running in our fair state. Why would I run if I don’t enjoy it, and the Wisconsin weather beckons me to the couch with a bowl of popcorn? Despite the fact that I don’t like it, it’s become something of a meditation time for me. I need it. Not a single run happens without my feeling a sense of dread at the start. But at the end, I can’t believe I made it. I can’t believe I survived. Out on my runs, I listen to music because I need something to cover the sound of my chokes and gasps for breath. I’m also looking around, taking in the birds, the beautiful swaying trees, and the fabulous yards and gardens that my neighbors keep in our lovely little village. I’m thinking it all through. My hobby (aside from running in misery) is overthinking everything. I need that time to work out problems in my mind. I need it to set my goals, to list my upcoming projects. I need it to feel as though I’m contributing to my overall health and resulting happiness. I thought of this article because I’ve noticed more and more runners out there as the weather gets better. When a car drives past me on the road, I can always identify a fellow runner – they give me a wide berth in which to safely run. And in turn, I try to do the same for them when I’m in my car. Runners choose to run on the road rather than the sidewalk for myriad reasons. Here are four of mine: 1. Asphalt road is actually softer than concrete sidewalks. The difference may seem negligible, but my screaming knees and back can certainly feel it in the long run. 2. For those of us that are coordination-challenged, the sidewalk provides 100x the opportunity to trip and fall. Sidewalks have a crack approximately every three feet. They have dips and slopes and curbs. I don’t know about other runners, but after a few miles, lifting my foot even a bit further to run up onto the curb seems like a treacherous undertaking. Getting lost in thought is easy to do while running. Noticing every crack and upheaval isn’t. 3. For tracking reasons, I prefer to stick to the road rather than a trail. I use a GPS to figure out how far I’ve gone. I start checking that GPS pretty consistently around mile five when I’m getting rather tired. If the GPS fails, I track my mileage in my car. Actually, I track my mileage in my car every single time I run because I’m so amazed that I made it that far. Tempting as it is, I can’t go off road to check my mileage when I use a trail. 4. This spring several of our sidewalks and trails have been washed out as a result of our lovely weather. Running is hard enough without having to navigate around an impromptu pond. I’m guessing we’ll be getting more runners out on the road as summer rolls around. Please consider giving us room on the road. We’re grateful for it, and we appreciate every foot of space you can grant us. A 3,000 pound vehicle moving towards us even as slow as 35 mph is pretty scary to an exhausted runner. Thanks for keeping an eye out for us. Wave hi to me when you see me out there. You’ll know which one I am right away – I’m wearing all black and looking unhappy. But I’m actually celebrating life, health, and I’m thankful I have such a safe village in which to run.

Kohler Friends Meet-and-Greet Park Schedule
By Kate Marventano

How does the summer slip away so fast? I always intend to plan great activities and then the days seem to get away from me…or I end up taking my kids to the same places over and over again! Here’s an easy way to meet other people from Kohler and experience more of the area! This summer we’re going to try a different park every Wednesday – we’re looking for friends and neighbors to come join us and help make the experience fun! We’ll be at most of the parks anywhere between 12 – 3 and bringing a picnic lunch. Come to one, some, or all of the park dates – there’s no obligation or commitment. (I’m sure we’ll be missing some of the dates!) We won’t be meeting in the event of rain. Most of the parks have a bathroom available. Hope you can join us! Date Wed. June 15 Wed. June 22 Wed. June 29 Wed. July 6 Wed. July 13 Wed. July 20 Wed. July 27 Wed. Aug. 3 Park Name Sheboygan Firemen’s Park /Fire Department Bathrooms Entry Fee N? N Y Y Y N Y Y Y N N N N N N Y Pool/Lake N N N Y N Y N Y

3911 Cth Y, Sheboygan
River Park Corner of Leavens Ave. & 1st St., Sheboygan Falls Lincoln Park Zoo 1215 N. 8th St. Manitowoc Plymouth City Park and Aquatic Center Between Grove St. and Suhrke Rd., Plymouth Purple Park, Kohler Deland Park 715 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan Elkhart Lake Village Park 40 Pine Street (next to the library), Elkhart Lake Kohler-Andrae State Park – meet at the playground at the back of the park – bring lunch and beach “stuff” Ravine Park and nature “hike” in the ravine (meet at Ravine Park around noon, we’ll lunch, then hike or do a scavenger hunt in the ravine) Bookworm Gardens 1415 Campus Drive, Sheboygan (on the hill near UW Sheboygan) Bay Beach 1313 Bay Beach Road, Green Bay Bay Beach is great for young children too!

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JUNE, 2011



Recent milestones at Kohler Co.

Kohler associate celebrates 50-year service anniversary
Sheboygan County native Gordy Horneck is 75th associate to accomplish this milestone
KOHLER, Wis. – May 25, 2011 – Gordy Horneck, maintenance foreman in the Wisconsin Pottery, expressed that after 50 years at Kohler Co. he is retiring with “a sweet taste in his mouth.” He spoke these words at a special ceremony, on Wednesday, April 20, at the Kohler Design Center, in honor of this rare milestone. Attendees included Horneck’s family, current and retired colleagues, and members of the Kohler family. Horneck started his Kohler career in 1961 on the Kohler Farms, where he had worked since he was 16. After spending a short time in the metal pattern shop, he participated in a management training program, which led him to leadership roles in the maintenance division. Starting in 1983, he spent his final 28 years in the Wisconsin Pottery, a place he calls “home.” Horneck joined just 74 other Kohler associates who have reached their 50th service anniversaries, but longevity at a company isn’t new to the Horneck family. Between his father, brother, son and himself, the Horneck family has dedicated more than 150 years to Kohler Co. Horneck retired shortly after his anniversary date, April 20. He plans to spend his retirement years fishing, hunting and spending time with his wife, Sandy, three adult children and grandson.

Unusual May 16 accident on Highland Drive
A 32-year-old Sheboygan Falls woman received non-life threatening injuries on May 16 following an accident in the Village of Kohler, where her northbound vehicle came to rest on top of a concrete light pole on Highland Drive in front of The American Club. Responding to the incident were the Kohler Police Department, Kohler Fire and Rescue, and Orange Cross Ambulance. A medical episode was determined to be the cause of the accident. See more photos on

Local resident Scott Edmunds promoted at Kohler Co.
Edmunds Named Director – Wholesale Channel Marketing, North American Faucets
KOHLER, Wis. – May 25, 2011 – Sheboygan County resident Scott Edmunds was promoted to Kohler Co.’s director of wholesale channel marketing within the company’s North American faucets division. In this new position, Edmunds directs the region’s faucets marketing programs and promotions. He provides the product management team with ongoing analyses and evaluations of promotional activities, program performance, trends, potential demand, and competition and recommendations to drive faucet sales in the wholesale channel. Edmunds began his career at Kohler Co. as senior market analyst for showering products, and most recently served in marketing management positions in the retail chain and showroom categories. Prior to joining Kohler, Edmunds served as the marketing manager at Stamats Communications, a communications and consulting company located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Edmunds earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wis., and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Iowa.

Kohler Co. names leader of Architecture & Interior Design
KOHLER, Wis. – May 25, 2011 – John Haley was appointed as Kohler Co.’s director of architecture and interior design. In this position, Haley is responsible for overall management and design standard setting for Kohler’s architectural and interior design operations. Prior to joining Kohler, Haley served as the director of architecture and planning at Kiawah Development Partners, a premier property and golf destination developer. He also led the design of other luxury golf resorts and residences around the world, including Doonbeg Golf Club in Co. Clare, Ireland, and The Turtle Beach Bungalows in St. Kitts. Haley earned a bachelor's degree in architecture from The Catholic University in Washington D.C., and master’s degrees in architecture and business administration from the University of Illinois – Chicago.

20 JUNE, 2011



Kohler Newsletter Times Kohler School
The 85th Annual Kohler High School Commencement will be held in the Kohler Memorial Theater on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at 2:00p.m. Ilirian Ameti Maren Anita Bogard Levi Cristian Boy Dan Yu Chen Sarah Moore Kealoha Chung Hunter Stevenson Clark Sarah Charlotte Conze Elizabeth Ann Diehl Christian Richard Ertel Kaitlin Marie Esche Anne Elizabeth Feltner Hannah Elisabeth Fenton Joseph Nicholas Ferencz Carissa Ashleigh Gartman Andrew Owen Hammes Danielle Marie Hart Lauren Margaret Henderson Brenna Alizabeth Hogan Kaylie Marie Ladwig Erin Elizabeth Lammers Christine Marie Leffel Meghan Louise Long Arika Boni Madson Alexandra Julia Mauer Moriah Leigh Miller Mary Nicole Molepske Austin Robert Neerhof Branko Antonio Paseta Jenna Reneé Peters Alan Steven Rodriguez Kara Elizabeth Saemann Josh Alan Schulz Jonathan Martin Stinson Nathaniel Mark Sutherland Nicholas Ryan Tesmer Michaela Rose Tures Victoria Raquel Von Vajna Shawn Kelli Thomas Vroom Dimitri John Will


Summer registration now available Registration for summer Kohler Kare is now available. Forms are available on the Kohler School web page or can be picked up from Mrs. Neil at the Kohler School . The Kohler Kare summer program will begin June 9th and will run through August 26th. The program starts at 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. We are closed on the 4th of July. Parents may sign up for either a half day or full day.We do a wide variety of activities each day consisting of taking /picking up children from swimming,tennis,t-ball lessons,library programs,computer time,crafts,cooking classes,field trip Thursday, outdoor play, and swimming each afternoon at the Kohler pool. Please contact Mrs. Neil at 803-7250 or email her at

Read monthly updates from Superintendent Lexmond at

6th Annual Kohler Athletic Booster Club

Golf Outing

Check out weekly updates from the school counseling office
at click on School Counseling then Laura Multer and finally on News You Can Use. New postings every Wednesday with book reviews, resources and opportunities for students and their families.

Saturday, June 25 at Town & Country Check In 7:45 am ~ Shotgun Start 9 am Cost: $80 per person or $320 per foursome Includes: golf, cart and lunch Contact Doug Bocchini 458­6674 or

Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all chil-

On your mark . . . get set . . . GO!

dren with disabilities, including children with disabilities attending private schools in the school district, regardless of the severity of their disabilities. The school district has a special education screening program to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities and are at least three years old. Upon request, the school district will screen a child who has not graduated high school to determine whether a special education referral is appropriate. A request may be made by contacting Jackie Schira, Special Education Director at 459-2920 x1200.


to all the students who participated in the ARTS FESTIVAL! The following individuals received awards: 1st Place, Best of Show – Levi Boy 2nd Place, Kristina Kusel HONORABLE MENTIONS: Sydney Yang – Photography Jenna Peters - Design Meghan Long– Drawing Daniele Neese – Painting Kelsey Wright – Watercolor Painting Katelyn Van Treeck – Ceramics Katie Anderson – Sculpture Angela Sjolund – Glass Sam Dedek – Printmaking

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KOHLER TIMES is published for residents of the Kohler School District Kohler Public Schools 333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI 53044 920-459-2920 Board of Education Jane Bishop, President Laura Kohler, Vice President John Suralik, Treasurer Marlene Yang Diane Kelly District Administrator Marty Lexmond Editor Mary Struck E-mail submissions: Phone: 331-4904


Register today for the 2011 Race!
Saturday, June 11th, 2011 at 9:00 am 5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk
Registration forms are available in the Kohler School Office or online at

Kohler Times deadline: 20th of every month


JUNE, 2011



Grandparents/Special Guest Day was a big success at the Kohler Elementary School. Almost 600 guests visited friends in the elementary grades. Everyone had an awesome time!

National History Day a Success!!
Submitted by Heather Reader-Schubert This year was yet another successful year at the National History Day (NHD) competitions. More than 8500 Wisconsin students participated in NHD this year. The Northeastern Wisconsin regional event was held on April 9th at UW-Green Bay. All of the Kohler 8th grade students participated as part of Mrs. LaBudde’s social studies class. For NHD students create a history project around a theme. This year’s theme was “Debate & Diplomacy: Successes, Failures, Consequences”. Altogether 11 students moved on to the state competition. Also, one group performance done by Megan Conklin, Katie Lindow, and John Tengowski won the Labor History Award, along with a $50 cash prize. Their performance was entitled “Pickets, Potties, and Possibilities: The Kohler Strike of 1954”. The following students moved on to the state competition: = Andrew Bryce—Individual documentary—“The Panama Canal: Building Success” = Marisa Adams—Individual exhibit—“Sight in Black and White: Integration of American Schools” = Katie Ruelle—Individual exhibit—“The Road to Greatness: The Good Roads Movement” = Carson Schneider—Individual exhibit—“The Stamp Act of 1765: The Price to Pay for Unity” = Megan Conklin, Katie Lindow, John Tengowski—Group performance—“Pickets, Potties, and Possibilities: The Kohler Strike of 1954” = Elizabeth Weber, Mara Todd—Group performance—“Men Use Brains, Women Wear Chains” = Sarah Sutherland—Individual website—“There’s More Than Meets the Eye: The Walleye War” = Hank Biznek—Individual website—“The Cuban Missile Crisis: The Cold War Heats Up” The National History Day state competition was held on Saturday, May 7th. The competition was fierce. At the end of it all, here are the results: = Elizabeth Weber and Mara Todd received 3rd Honorable Mention (5th place)—Group performance = Sarah Sutherland received 2nd Honorable Mention (4th place)— Individual website = Hank Biznek received 4th Honorable Mention (6th place)—Individual website = Carson Schneider received 2nd Honorable Mention (4th place)— Individual exhibit In addition, Carson Schneider won the Wisconsin Society of Mayflower Descendants Award for Early American History, along with a $250 cash prize. NHD is co-advised by Monica LaBudde and Heather ReaderSchubert, and would not be possible without the amazing support of numerous teachers, parents, and administrators. Special thanks go out to Jodi Grossen, Stacy Stanley, John Schad, Ken Roeder, Nicole Wallander, and Mrs. Susan Jaberg. For more information about National History Day, visit

Please fill out and return this census form even if you do not have children.
TO THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN: This form is to obtain information for our census. Please complete the questions with reference to all persons in you household, from birth to 21 years inclusive, married or single. If you do not have any children, write “none” in column 1.

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

Please return the bottom portion to the High School office by July 5, 2011.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Kohler School District 333 Upper Road. SCHOOL CENSUS INFORMATION
I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Last name Father Mother ______________________________________________________________________________________ Address Phone Date

Child’s Name Boy/ Birth Date Handicap School & Grade (Birth to 21) Girl Mo/Day/Yr (If any) Attending ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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Prom 2011
The Kohler School Junior Class Prom was held May 7th at the Waelderhaus. Michael Krueger and Claire Hillstrom were crowned King and Queen to reign over the “Yule Ball.” Attending them on court was Alex Romanoski and Sarah Molepske, Peter Nebel and Lily Zehfus, John Benishek and Kendall Wolf, Garrett Griswold and Christina Lindstrom.

Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
April 11, 2011 Discussion of employee retirements. Special presentation by Ilir Ameti, a high school senior at the Kohler PubDiscussion was held. lic Schools Jane Bishop called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. in the District Of- Diane Kelly moved to adjourn closed session. Laura Kohler seconded. All Review of District Finances fice Conference Room. Roll Call was taken by Marlene Yang. The fol- ayes. Moved to open session at Marty gave an update on the Budget 6:55 p.m. lowing board members were presListening Sessions and on budget ent: Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly, Jane preparation for the 2011-2012 Bishop, Laura Kohler and John Suraschool year. lik. Reconvene in Open Session/Roll Consent Agenda Call of Members (Kohler School LiStatement of Public Notice Friday, April 8, 2011 @ 3:00 p.m. brary) Approval of March 11, 2011 Regular Board meeting minutes Approval of Agenda Marlene Yang called roll. John Sura- Approval of March 17, 2011 Special Marlene Yang moved to approve the lik, Diane Kelly, Jane Bishop, Laura Board meeting minutes agenda. Laura Kohler seconded the Kohler and Marlene Yang were pres- Approval of Invoices motion. All ayes. ent. Reports of the Finance Committee Consideration to explore a cash deClosed Session Board President’s Report feasance option for the 2011-2012 To consider employment, contracts Jane Bishop invited all Board mem- budget and performance-related information bers to the upcoming Legislative Recommendation to approve a three for employees over which the school Breakfast in Plymouth on April 18th. month contract with William board has jurisdiction or exercises Jane and Marty attended a WISPA Zeininger for Business Management responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats. presentation. The presentation ma- services and to waive District policy 19.85 (1) (c). terial will be made available to all re- 6320-Purchasing. Laura Kohler moved to go into questing Board members. Recommendation to begin WRS closed session. Diane Kelly secThere is a Collective Bargaining sem- withholding for individually cononded the motion. All ayes. inar in Green Bay on April 15th tracted District employees subject to Marty, Jane, John, and Marlene will Wisconsin Act 10 Roll Call—Marlene Yang called roll. be attending. John Suralik, Diane Kelly, Jane Laura Kohler made motion to apSuperintendent’s Report Bishop, Laura Kohler and Marlene prove the consent agenda. John An update on the District review of Yang were present. Suralik seconded. All ayes. Motion the mathematics continuum will be carried. reported to the C&I committee on Discussion and action items: Discussion of mathematics position April 20, 2011. Action and/or Discussion Items Action on administrative recomand possible contract. Discussion Marty gave an update on Art Days mendation to accept letters of reand Challenge Days was held. Call to Order tirement from Cindy Bleuel (39 years of service) and Leonard Hucke (37 years of service). John Suralik moved to accept the letters of retirement from Cindy Bleuel and Leonard Hucke. Marlene Yang seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board would like to honor the contributions and years of service given by Cindy and Len. motion. All ayes. Motion carried. Action on administrative recommendation for approval of the boy’s assistant tennis coach. Diane Kelly moved to approve the hiring of a boys assistant tennis coach. Laura Kohler seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.

Action on administrative recommendation to accept the donation Action on administrative recomfrom Jerome W. Miller Memorial mendation to approve posting a 0.5 Fund to Kohler High School Alumni FTE high school mathematics Fund in the amount of $1620. teacher position. Marlene Yang moved to accept the Laura Kohler moved to approve the donation of $1620 to Kohler High posting of a 0.5 FTE high school School Alumni Fund from the Jerome mathematics teacher position. Diane W. Miller Memorial Fund. Laura Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion Kohler seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. carried. Action on C&I and Finance Committee’s recommendation to incorporate grade 6 into the middle school model and to staff the middle school with 4.5 FTE core teacher positions to include daily advisory for students and daily common planning time for teachers. Adjournment Marlene Yang moved to adjourn. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Meeting adjourned at 7:46 pm. Important Future Dates Committee of the Whole, April 25, 2011 @ 6:00pm Regular Board Meeting May 9, 2011

Marlene Yang moved to approve the revised recommendation to incorporate grade 6 into the middle school Respectfully submitted, model and to staff the middle school Marlene Yang, District Clerk with up to 4.5 FTE core teacher positions. Laura Kohler seconded the


The American Club Resort
Calendar of Events
Take a deep breath and let your prac‐ tice unfold organically…naturally, the way nature intended. Enjoy creative sequencing, incredible music, amaz‐ ing adjustments and conscious breath work. Truly a unique experience you don’t want to miss. Includes crystal bowl and gong meditation. 920‐453‐2817 The Yoga of Nutrition: Food Healing Workshop with Moses and Zeina Yoga on the Lake June 4, 2‐5pm COST: $45 per person This class is for anyone with a Brain and a Beating Heart. Vegan? Vegetar‐ ian? Raw Foods? Organic? Do you spend a lot of money on food but still feel like you are not getting what you need? Are you confused about what the perfect diet is for you? This class will inspire and educate you on how to heal yourself and your family. 920‐453‐2817 Peeling the Layers to Your True Power: A Woman’s Healing Circle with Zeina Yoga on the Lake June 4, 7‐9pm FREE, Donation suggested As the feminine divine energy is rising to balance with the male energy on the planet, women are called to tap into their higher selves and keep shedding those layers that do not serve them…so they can serve Mother Earth, each other and them‐ selves. Join this intimate circle of women as we heal together, connect‐ ing to ourselves and to each other. All women, all ages are welcome and in‐ vited. 920‐453‐2817 Morning Aquarian Sadhana Class with Moses Yoga on the Lake June 5, 4:30‐7am FREE, Donation suggested Free and open to everyone, Sadhana is a personal practice to cleanse our mind, uplift our spirit and energize our body. The most auspicious time for Sadhana is the 2 ½ hours before sunrise in the quiet early morning when the sun’s angle is the lowest and our intuitive connections to our own divinity are heightened. A must for anyone seeking peace and con‐ nection in their hearts. Includes crys‐ tal bowl meditation and deep relaxation. 920‐453‐2817 Masterminding and Manifesting Workshop Immersion with Moses and Zeina Yoga on the Lake June 5, Noon‐6pm COST: $69 per person Combining yoga, goal setting, mani‐ festing, yoga, meditation and master‐ minding, Moses and Zeina will take you on journey of self‐discovery and creation of your life map. Unlike any‐ thing you’ve ever experienced before, this workshop will awaken your dreams, uncover your life purpose and leave you inspired to be in action in your life to fulfill on all the things that matter the most to you. 920‐453‐2817 Tuesday’s Tastes Woodlake Market Atrium June 7, 6:00‐7:30 p.m. COST: $15 per person Sample perfect food and wine tast‐ ings while enjoying great company. Preregistration is required! 920‐457‐6570 Foxen Wine Dinner Featuring Chefs of The American Club The Wisconsin Room at The American Club June 9, 6:30pm COST: $100 per person plus tax and gratuity Join The American Club Resort and the Kitchens of Kohler as we welcome Dick Dore, Owner, of Foxen Winery. Each course will feature a different chef from The American Club as each pairs their cuisine with the exquisite wines of Foxen Winery, including their Sea Smoke Pinot Noir. This is an evening not to miss! 800‐344‐2838 Vinyasa & Vino Yoga on the Lake Fridays: June 10, July 29, August 12, 2011 Tuesdays: June 28, July 19, August 23, 2011 5:30‐7:30pm COST: $20 per person Join us for a flowing yoga practice set to great music. Enjoy an hour of de‐ lightfully unpredictable, dynamic and creative yoga, designed to bring you into the present moment; finish with a guided wine tasting. See how your yoga bliss and awareness will allow for a much more intense taste of the flavors of wine. Take time to slow down and experience all of the joys life has to offer. 920‐453‐2817 Golf Expo Blackwolf Run June 11,9am‐3pm FREE Get back in the swing of things – join us at our complimentary Golf Expo. Start the season off right with free golf lessons from the Kohler Golf Academy and view the latest in golf equipment for the 2011 season. Rep‐ resentatives from TITLEIST, NIKE, TAY‐ LORMADE, CLEVELAND GOLF, MAUI JIM, and more will be on hand to demonstrate and display the latest products. And this is the perfect time to find that special Father’s Day gift for Dad. Expo includes: Complimentary 15‐minute lessons from Kohler Golf Academy Instructors What are your current/old golf clubs worth? Bring them in and we’ll tell you their trade in value through Tay‐ lorMade Certified Preowned Free Nike Shoe bag and valuable pouch with purchases of $100 or more Registration to win prizes throughout the day including golf rounds, mer‐ chandise, lunch, lessons, and more Sports Core Welcomes Fathers Sports Core June 17‐18 Celebrate Father’s Day and enjoy 25% off all men’s merchandise. 920‐208‐4664 Celebrate Summer Solstice Kohler Gardener June 21‐30 Celebrate the summer solstice with a Mackenzie Childs gift‐with‐purchase event. Receive a Courtly Check key chain with any Mackenzie Childs pur‐ chase. Mackenzie Childs purchases over $200, also receive a Heirloom glass globe vase. (while supplies last) 920‐458‐5570 Summer Solstice Celebration & Pot Luck Sports Core Deck (Yoga on the Lake in case of inclement weather) June 21, 5:30‐7:30pm FREE, Donation suggested On the longest day of the year, the sun rises gradually higher in the pre‐ ceding days and reaches its zenith before coming to rest. This day marks the start of the season and is known as the summer solstice. From time immemorial, the coming of summer’s light and warmth has been a time of gladness and celebration. Just as the summer solstice is symbolic of agri‐ cultural growth, so is it symbolic of personal growth. It is a wonderful time to nurture your potential as you would nurture a tiny seedling and let your creative energy express itself fully. On the summer solstice, you may feel compelled to emulate the noontime sun and be at one with the world around you or to let your inner brilliance shine forth at full strength, if only for a single day. Your life, like the seasons, follows a cycle of birth, death and rebirth, and summers, whether literal or figurative, are for us to continuously celebrate. 920‐453‐2817 Recreation Kayak Workshop for Be‐ ginners Sports Core June 22, 9–10:30am or 6–7:30pm COST: $10 Member / $20 Guest This workshop will focus primarily on kayak education, safety, basic paddle skill practice as well as proper in / out techniques. This workshop is a won‐ derful opportunity for those who are interested in learning more about this sport but have never tried it., why not test before you invest in the necessary equipment? Information will also be shared about selecting the right kayak for your specific needs. Register early, class size will be limited. Dress: Shorts and a tee. Swimsuit op‐ tional. 920‐208‐4664 Rock’n Vinyasa Yoga Party Yoga on the Lake June 24, 5:30‐7:30pm COST: $20 per person Let’s celebrate summer! This class is 2 hours of yoga fun and rock’n music. Through the flow of your breath and pulse of the music, take your practice to a higher level. This dynamic flow class taught by Deb Sampson will take you to your edge and show you how powerful you really are. Come rock the house! 920‐453‐2817 4th of July Meat Sale Woodlake Market June 30 – July 4 Stop by Woodlake Market for great deals in our Meat Department. 920‐457‐6570 Traditional Sousa Concert and Fire‐ works Kohler Ravine Park July 4, 6pm FREE Join us for an exciting night of live music and entertainment at Kohler Ravine Park. Admission is FREE! Concessions open at 6pm, Sousa Concert starts at

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8:30pm, followed by fireworks. Music presented by the Kiel Municipal Band under the direction of Dr. Lewis Schmidt. Enjoy brats, hot dogs, ham‐ burgers, cotton candy, sno‐cones and ice cream bars. The Kohler Fire De‐ partment will sell beer and wine coolers. 800‐344‐2838 A Celebration of Italy Shops at Woodlake Kohler July 8‐10, 2011 Food to fashion, Ferraris to fine wines. Experience everything Italian at this weekend gala. Enjoy yoga, gondola rides, dining, shopping and many complimentary events. Plus, be sure to check out giant sand sculp‐ tures created by internationally known artists. It’s an Italian fest not to be missed! 800‐344‐2838

Summer Hours! Craverie Chocolatier Café Enjoy outdoor dining overlooking Wood Lake and new summer hours at Craverie Chocolatier Café. Now open 7am‐8pm ,7 days a week. 920‐208‐4933 New on Tap at Kohler Waters Spa Kohler Waters Spa Through August 31, 2011 COST: 50 minutes $85 New on tap for the summer – a beer‐ inspired pedicure that begins with a relaxing foot soak featuring a hops flowers poultice and an Amber Waves bath fizzy with a blend of six essential oils to hydrate and enrich your skin. A thorough exfoliation of the feet and legs with fresh limes and signature lime sea salts combined with holly‐ hock oil is performed. A foot massage with green tea & lime leaf body but‐ ter followed by warm booties and a full pedicure completes this treat‐ ment. Served with a petite sampling of a seasonal beer. Available through August 31, 2011. Call 800‐344‐2838 to reserve your spa appointment. Summer ARTivity Camp Movers & Shakers Kids Toys June 15, 22, 29, 10:00‐12:00pm July 6, 13, 20, 10:00‐12:00pm COST: $25 per class or $140 for all six classes offered throughout the sum‐ mer Join Movers & Shakers for Summer ARTivity Camp. Each class includes: arts & crafts supplies, art instruction, two art projects and a healthy snack & drink (peanut free). Classes recom‐ mended for ages 6+. 920‐453‐2874 Brewer Bonanza – For Men Only Sports Core June 1‐30 During the month of June, be sure to tune into every Brewer home game for a chance to save on your favorite salon product with a Brewers win. 920‐208‐4664 The Yoga of Partnership: Flying Yoga Workshop with crystal bowl sound healing and gong bath with Moses and Zeina Yoga on the Lake June 3, 6:30‐9pm COST: $40 per person NO PARTNER NEEDED TO ATTEND CLASS! Flying yoga is an amazing blend of yoga, acrobatics, therapeutic Thai massage and play. Work with a partner to engage in creative expres‐ sion, therapeutic massage and build a foundation of trust. A dynamic em‐ bodiment of gratitude and compas‐ sion towards one another. Come, play and reconnect to your inner child and true empowered self! This class will increase your confidence and your ability to communicate authentically and effectively with those in your life and will enhance your daily asana practice. Includes crystal bowl medi‐ tation and deep relaxation. 920‐453‐2817 I Love Yoga Trunk Show Yoga on the Lake June 4‐5, 10am‐2 pm 920‐453‐2817 Organic Vinyasa Yoga Flow with Moses Yoga on the Lake June 4, 9‐11am COST: $40 per person

Oh, the fabulous days of summer!
Kacia has lots of fun plans in the month of June, please come in and join us for all the fun! *June 1st is DOUGHNUT RECOGNITION DAY! We have those yummy sweet treats on order just for you. Come in to Kacia with your coffee and enjoy checking out our new summer tee-shirts, and tops that will be 20% off today. *June 7th is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM DAY! Everyday is better with chocolate and ice cream! Today, everyone who comes into Kacia will have the double pleasure of chocolate ice cream and a surprise discount drawing of 10-25% off your fullprice purchase of $75 or more. *June 14th is FLAG DAY! Kacis has the best Flag Day Trivia contest going on all day. Be sure to stop in and test your knowledge on flags and Flag Day (do you know where the celebration started....hint: a small community in Wisconsin). Kacia has a very special red-white-and blue gift for the winner of our trivia contest. *June 15th is POWER OF A SMILE DAY. We love all our wonderful and smiling Kacia customers!! Today bring your smiling self in for a drawing of a summer purse. *June 20th - June 24th is Kacia's Anniversary Party Week! It will be a week of celebrations. All week Brighton charms will be 20% off, there will be cake and cookies, a special celebration each day and a drawing for a $200 Kacia Gift Certificate for one very lucky winner on Friday June 24th. Be sure to make it to Kacia for this very special anniversary.

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Award-Winning Kohler Waters Spa launches innovative detoxifying experience
Launching June 1, Complete Harmony incorporates the latest in therapeutic
Pioneering experiential water experiences, Kohler Waters Spa again leads the way in capturing the relaxation and detoxifying benefits of water with its newest experience, Complete Harmony, available June 1 in Kohler. This all-encompassing 80-minute experience incorporates the latest in therapeutic water treatments and includes multiple signature Kohler Waters Spa services. Within the newly renovated Stillness and Harmony wet treatment rooms, Complete Harmony will be the first service at Kohler Waters Spa that utilizes two rooms. These rooms, designed specifically to be used together for one treatment, allow the guest to move comfortably from one room to the next in a smooth transition from massage to water treatments. “Complete Harmony is an allencompassing experience that combines three unique services concentrating on the therapeutic and relaxation benefits of water, something we know very well and take great pride in at Kohler Waters Spa,” said Jean Kolb, Director of Wellness, Kohler Co. “Complete Harmony focuses on the entire body – from head to toe – enabling the guest to release toxins built-up in the body.” The start of the Complete Harmony experience takes place in the Stillness Room with a Kohler Signature facial aimed to restore, tone and moisturize the skin. Once the guest is in the ultimate state of relaxation, the experience moves to the Harmony Room where a detoxifying body exfoliation is performed under the KOHLER Custom Vichy Shower, providing a continuous showering of warm water in varying sequences. The Vichy Shower body scrub includes several Olavie Chardonnay products with a leave-in hair and scalp treatment. This hydrotherapy treatment culminates with a KOHLER signature bathing service in the Teafor-Two® bath by Kohler, complete with Olavie and Kerstin Florian products, which have restorative benefits to the entire body. Complete Harmony finishes its final touches back in the Stillness Room for a full body moisturizing application. Once the treatment has been completed, guests are invited to enjoy Kohler Waters Spa for the rest of the day, taking advantage of the respite rooms, each with whirlpool, plunge pool, steam room and sauna, as well as the spacious relaxation room. Guests can also lounge in the coed whirlpool on the enclosed rooftop patio with an adjacent 16-foot fireplace. The Complete Harmony experience launches June 1, 2011, at Kohler Waters Spa in Kohler, Wis. and starts at $200 for 80 minutes. For reservations, please call 800-344-2838 or visit for more information.

Kohler Co. Unveils Blackwolf Run River and Meadow Valleys Courses After Major Maintenance Project
Pete Dye’s first Kohler masterpiece restored to showcase original characteristics of the course
Kohler Co. is proud to unveil the Blackwolf Run River and Meadow Valleys courses after completing a major maintenance project to all 36 holes. The twoyear undertaking resulted in new grasses on greens, tees, fairways and selected rough areas, as well as extending the yardage of the courses, all aimed to bring back some of the original playing characteristics that Pete Dye intended when Blackwolf Run was first built more than 20 years ago. One of Pete Dye’s crowning achievements, Blackwolf Run opened for play in June 1988 and was named that year’s “Best New Public Course” by Golf Digest. It has continued to accumulate awards and honors including regularly being ranked on the list of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” by Golf Digest and the “Top 100 You Can Play” by GOLF Magazine. “The new black tees, as well as the new length of the other five sets of tees gives the River course a fresh feel for golfers who have played it in the past,” comments Jim Richerson, General Manager & Group Director of Kohler Golf. “The improved playing surfaces will provide major championshipcaliber conditions for our everyday amateurs, as well as provide a stiff challenge for the best professionals at the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open.” This is the first time since 2008 that both courses are open for play. The 2010 season showcased the Original Championship Course, the same course that will be played during the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open, July 2-8. The maintenance initiative was supervised by Pete Dye and managed by the Kohler golf maintenance team, headed by Jim Richerson and Michael Lee, Manager of Grounds Maintenance for Kohler Co. Specific improvements include: Greens and Fairways Replaced a mixture of grass types with a single improved variety of the overall course yardage by 400 yards on the River course and 200 yards on the Meadow Valleys course. Created five distinctive teeing options on each hole for golfers to choose from. Roughs Rough grass was replaced in selected areas around the putting greens to improve chip shots. The turf is more uniform and dense allowing more accurate chip shots. Bunkers The Bunker margins were reestablished to their original shape. In addition, the sand and drainage was replaced to provide a more uniform sand shot and will play dryer immediately after rain events. Practice area The practice area was expanded and the turf on the primary practice tee replaced, offering golfers more options to practice chipping and a higher quality of turf to practice on.

Creeping Bentgrass. This improved variety is hardy in Wisconsin winters, allowing significant improvement in spring and late fall playing conditions. The new grass variety has a deeper, more vigorous root system so it requires less water, which provides golfers with faster and firmer fairways and putting surfaces. The fairways and putting surfaces are also consider-

ably more uniform because of the extreme density of the turf. A more uniform surface supports a faster and firmer fairway surface as well as fewer ball marks and more accurate putts. Tees Re-leveled and replaced turf on tees for an improved tee firmness and level golf stance, in turn improving golfers tee shots. Added several new tees to expand

School’s Out Bash at Shops at Woodlake!
It’s officially time for some fun in the sun. Visit Movers & Shakers Kids Toys on Saturday, June 11 from 11am-3pm for a day of fun activities, crafts and an outrageous celebration! From jugglers to jump ropes and a hula-hoop challenge, the School’s Out Bash is not to be missed! Free of charge, kids can enjoy a variety of events throughout the day. 11am–2pm, Face painting by Abrakadoodle. 11am–3pm, Spin to win with purchase. Noon–2pm, Complimentary craft project Noon–3pm, Balloon art by Balloon Lady.