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Volume 7, Number 8
MARCH 15, 2012
Correction on
Sandhill rates
The rates for Kohlers new
Sandhill luxury private cabin,
which was introduced in the
March 1 issue of The Kohler Vil-
lager, is $785 per night for up to
four people weekdays. The cabin
is located on a wooded 350 acres
northeast of Kohler near
Whistling Straits golf course.
Kohler Festival of Beer rolls
out the barrel for brew
specialists and enthusiasts
New events and new weekend tickets on sale March 1
for the fourth annual frothy festival in Kohler
KOHLER, Wis. March 1, 2012
Top brewmasters will treat beer
enthusiasts to a weekend of brew-
centric events at the fourth annual
Kohler Festival of Beer, June 1-3,
co-sponsored by Midwest Living
Magazine. This year, thousands of
beer mugs will be raised during
new and signature beer-themed
demonstrations, tastings, dining
experiences and celebrations. Due
to popular demand, a new ticket
option for beer fanatics is the ulti-
mate all-weekend pass. This pass,
as well as individual tickets and
day-passes, are available March 1,
at www.AmericanClub.com/beer-
festival or by calling 800-344-
2838.
The resort celebrates two new
events to this years well-crafted
event line-up. At the Beer Summit,
top brewers will share how they
took their passions of brewing and
grew them into successful busi-
nesses. Guests will learn the His-
tory of Barrel Making during an
educational and entertaining sem-
inar hosted by Frank J. Hess and
Sons Cooperage originally of
Madison, Wis. Tickets for these
new educational sessions are avail-
able starting at $25.00 per person.
In addition to the fan-favorites
and the variety of tastings the beer
festival offers, we are excited to
add these educational sessions,
said Teo Zagroba, beverage man-
ager for The American Club Re-
sort. Fans will not only get to
taste great brews, they will also
have more opportunities to learn
from master brewers, share expe-
riences, insight and tips.
2012 SPECIAL EVENTS
Friday, June 1
The celebration will commence
with a ceremonial tapping of the
first kegs at the Tapping Party
($30) Unreleased and limited
quantity Wisconsin and American
beers will be tapped for tasting
while beer lovers enjoy live music
and food pairings.
Speak directly with top brewers
at the new Beer Summit ($48),
taste selections for their breweries
and learn how they turned their
passions into booming businesses.
The evening continues at Rhythm
& Brews ($48) a tasting event fea-
turing an array of microbrews ac-
companied by lively music, food
samplings, good people and a great
time.
The After-Hours Tap Delight (a
la carte pricing) will end the night
with featured tap beers paired with
unique appetizers at The Horse &
Plow, The American Clubs origi-
nal pub.
Saturday, June 2
In addition to the new History
of Barrel Making ($25) session, a
full day of beer-focused festivity is
planned for Saturday.
The day begins with Eggs &
Kegs ($25) where breakfast-goers
will enjoy traditional morning fa-
vorites infused with and paired
with beer.
Golf fans can compete in the
Blackwolf Run Beer Challenge
Golf Tournament & Million Dollar
Shootout ($150) with specialty
beer samples on select holes and
prize-winning opportunities.
A mid-day Beer Luncheon
($55) at The Wisconsin Room
restaurant will feature a chef-se-
lected menu paired with Wisconsin
beers.
The day continues with Beers
Around the World ($40) tasting
event offering a sampling of beers
from more than 20 countries. This
year the Jigger Ale will again be
celebrated at this signature event
as the official beer of the Kohler-
owned Old Course Hotel in St. An-
drews, Scotland. The Jigger Ale is
exclusively available at The Jigger
Inn located in St. Andrews and at
The American Club Resort.
The last glasses of the evening will
be raised at Cheers to Beers ($65)
as beer-fanatics will taste an exten-
sive variety of beers and vote for
their favorite while enjoying cui-
sine from The Kitchens of Kohler.
The winning brew will be featured
on-tap throughout the summer at
the Horse & Plow pub and grill at
The American Club.
Sunday, June 3
Eggs & Kegs ($26) kicks off
the festivities on Sunday along
with a new event titled Sour Beer
Blending ($30) an educational
demonstration focused on the art
of making spontaneously ferment-
ing beers.
The Kohler Festival of Beer
concludes with a fest-favorite
Shorts and Chefs ($45) where top
local and regional chefs clad in
shorts celebrate the summer by
grilling mouth-watering dishes
paired with delicious beers.
Throughout the entire Kohler
Festival of Beer weekend, guests
can sip various beers at the out-
door Horse & Plow Beer Garden,
located at the Baker Plaza at the
Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Most
of the Kohler Festival of Beer spe-
cial events will take place at the
Kohler Festival of Beer Main
Stage sponsored by GreatBrew-
ers.com.
TICKETS & HOTEL
PACKAGES
The complete schedule, tickets
and hotel packages for the 2012
Kohler Festival of Beer are avail-
able online at www.American-
Club.com/beerfestival or by
calling 1-800-344-2838. Tickets,
day passes, weekend passes and
hotel packages are now available:
Friday Day Pass ($70) includes ad-
mission to the Tapping Party and
Rhythm & Brews.
Saturday Day Pass ($118) includes
admission to Eggs & Kegs, Beers
Around the World and Cheers to
Beers.
Sunday Day Pass ($64) includes
admission to Eggs & Kegs and
Shorts & Chefs.
Weekend Pass ($250) includes ad-
mission to the Tapping Party,
Rhythm and Brews, Eggs & Kegs
on Saturday & Sunday, Beers
Around the World, Cheers to Beers
and Shorts & Chefs.
Two-night hotel packages on
Saturday and Sunday evenings
start at $645 per person at The
American Club and are also of-
fered at the Inn on Woodlake start-
ing at $492 per person. Packages
Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
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Kohler Schools
staff member,
student named
for special
recognitions
Kohler School Counselor
Laura Multer was named Herb
Kohl Educational Foundation Fel-
low for 2012. Fellowship recipi-
ents are chosen for their superior
ability to inspire a love of learning
in their students, their ability to
motivate others, and for their lead-
ership and service within and out-
side the classroom. Each Fellow
and each fellows school will re-
ceive a $1,000 grant.
Kohler High School is also
proud to announce that senior
Melyssa Louwagie has been
named a National Merit Scholar-
ship Finalist and was also named
Herb Kohl Educational Founda-
tion Excellence Scholar for 2012.
Melyssa is a scholar, an athlete, a
lead performer in school musicals,
and is instrumental in numerous
service projects having recently
returned from Haiti.
To become a National Merit Fi-
nalist, a Semifinalist must have an
outstanding academic record
throughout high school, be en-
dorsed and recommended by the
high school principal, and earn
SAT scores that confirm the stu-
dents earlier performance on the
qualifying test.
Herb Kohl Foundation Excel-
lence Scholar recipients have
demonstrated excellence in the ac-
ademic arena and high motivation
to achieve, have displayed a broad
range of activity and leadership
outside the academic setting, and
have shown strong promise for
succeeding in college and beyond.
For more information please
contact Kohler Schools at 920-
459-2920
The Kohler Villager
DEADLINES:
March 15 issue - March 1
April 1 issue - March 20
Contact Mary Struck:920-331-4904
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Kohler Elementary/
Middle School
Principal to retire
SusanJaberg, Elemen-
tary/Middle School Prin-
cipal for the Kohler
School District has an-
nounced that she will re-
tire after the 2011-2012
school year. Her last day
will be June 30, 2012.
Jaberg has been with
the Kohler School Dis-
trict for 19 years. Prior to
that she taught for 17
years in Oostburg, at
Lightfoot and Cedar
Grove Schools. Jaberg
said her plans for next
year are to relax!
SusanJaberg, Elementary/Middle School Principal works with students
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KOHLER VILLAGER 3
We are a family from Spain looking for
a house or condo to rent in Kohler from
June 23 until July 28, 2012.
Barcelona beach front condo
available in exchange
We would consider exchanging use of
our beautiful new three bedroom
beach front condo with swimming
pool, located one hour south of
Barcelona.
Please contact Ruso Mesalles at
rmesalles@orthodontic.es
Kohler house or
condo rental needed
June 23- July 28
NEEDED!
826 Briarwood Ct, Kohler
BEAUTIFUL BRICK COLONIAL
Gorgeous lot flowers, shrubs, stone walk & patio
Over 3,200 sq. ft., plus 1,200 sq. ft. in lower level
Formal living & dining rooms, family room, full bath &
bedroom
Open loft on upper, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, bonus room
Beautiful wood floors, woodwork and crown moldings
Lower level rec room w/kitchenette, full bath & more
Close to Sports Core and all Kohler amenities
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.826BriarwoodCt.com
$599,000 #3482 Shari Jensen 459-1714
345 Woodlake Rd, Kohler
TASTEFUL KOHLER HOME
Ideal family home w/4 bedrooms, 4 bath areas, and large
yard
Spacious eat-in kitchen leads to deck
Hardwood & granite throughout
Finished lower w/bedroom, AV room, ample closets & full
bath
Main floor laundry room
2.5 car garage
Home is in impeccable, move-in condition
$298,000 #3552
Brian Homiston 889-9439
1097-C Woodlake Rd, Kohler
KOHLER CONDO
2nd floor condo has open floor plan w/fireplace
2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths up plus family room w/full bath
down
Main level laundry
Large deck for additional outdoor living space
Single car attached garage
Easy access to all Kohler amenities
Perfect for year round living or weekend retreat
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.1097WoodlakeRd.com
$214,900 #3586 Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
1048B Willow Lane, Kohler
RANCH STYLE GARDEN CONDO
Enjoy the easy life
Southern exposure with full wrap-around porch
Large windows and patio doors for natural light
2BRS and den on main level
Finished lower level w/full bath, office and rec room
Kitchen features granite counter tops and hardwood floors
Living room w/fireplace and built-ins, Bose sound system
Attached 2 car garage w/tile floor and storage cabinets
$244,900 #3596 Terri Stewart 912-4303
692A Treehouse Ln, Kohler
KOHLER TREEHOUSE CONDO
Condo living with easy access to world-class Kohler
amenities
Completely renovated w/new kitchen cabinets, new
carpeting
2 bedrooms, both w/walk-in closets
Three full baths
Lower level has large family room opening to partially
covered patio
Plenty of storage & 2 car garage
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.692TreehouseLn.com
$249,900 #3605 Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
1092 UNIT 3D Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
VALUE PRICED KOHLER CONDO
Willow Creek Condo in Kohler
Priced right at $159,000
Ranch style, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
Two car attached garage
Master suite w/walk-in closet
Master bath w/jetted tub, double vanity and private porch
Does need carpeting and decorating, but still a great buy!
Immediate occupancy available
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.1092CreeksCrossRd.com
$149,000 #3606 Mike Daniels 946-0034
555 Sir Howard Ct, Kohler
KOHLER WALK-OUT RANCH
Beautiful lot on quiet cul-de-sac
3bedrooms, 3 baths
Living Room w/fireplace & office
Kitchen & dining room, cherry cabinetry
Gorgeous hickory floors
Roof in 2009 & exterior stained in 2010
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.555SirHowardCt.com
$270,000 #3609 Shari Jensen 459-1714
421 Hill Street, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER COLONIAL
4 bedroom 2 bath home
Beautifully updated kitchen w/Viking range
Large first floor Family room
Formal Living and Dining rooms
Living room features fireplace & french doors
1 car detached garage
Nicely maintained yard
$234,900 #3626 Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
812 Linden Road, Kohler
SPACIOUS CONTEMPORARY
4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home
Large open kitchen & formal dining room
Living room w/fireplace
Walk-out lower level
Lower level family room w/fireplace
2 car attached garage
Wrap around deck for outdoor enjoyment
Too much to list, call today!
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.812lindenrd.com
$339,000 #3627 Shari Jensen 459-1714
1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO
3 Bedrooms 2 bath areas
Very open concept, tons of windows
Great room open to kitchen
Gorgeous hardwood floors
Beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace
Heated 3 seasons room, enjoy the changing seasons
Great location, near all the amenities of Kohler
Priced under the assessed value!
$199,900 #3634 Terri Stewart 912-4303
612 Pine Circle, Kohler
QUIET KOHLER CUL-DE-SAC
4 bedrooms, 2.5 bath areas
Home features 2272 square feet of living space
Nice size kitchen with eating area
Formal dining room & living room w/fireplace
Family room on main floor
Awesome screen porch
Large private yard
2 car attached garage
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.612pinecir.com
$298,900 #3643 Shari Jensen 459-1714
432 Ridge Court, Kohler
STATELY BRICK RANCH/PRESTI-
GIOUS LOCATION
2 bedroom, 2 bath area Village home
Beautiful brick fireplace in the large living room
Dining room features a wall of windows
Eat-in kitchen has natural cabinetry
Main floor den/office could be 3rd bedroom
Many updates such as roof and windows
Lower level rec room and laundry
Screen porch offers blissful summer evenings
Large yard features mature landscape
$259,000 #3654 Mike Daniels 946-0034
Village Realty & Development
Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075
(800) 351-4371
www.v-r-d.com
include the Weekend Pass to seven
festival events and are based on
double occupancy. All ticket pack-
ages and tickets are exclusive of
tax.
Learn more about The Ameri-
can Club Resort at www.Ameri-
canClub.com or 800-344-2838.
Stay up to date on resort happen-
ings on facebook,
facebook. com/ ameri cancl ub
and on twitter,
www.twitter.com/theamerican-
club.
SPONSORS
The 2012 Kohler Festival of Beer
is co-sponsored by The American
Club Resort and Midwest Living
Magazine. Additional event spon-
sors include GreatBrewers.com,
Jones Dairy, Leinenkugels, Beer
Connoisseur Magazine, Wisconsin
Milk Marketing Board, Aquafina.
About Kohler Co. Hospitality &
Real Estate Group
The Kohler Co. Hospitality &
Real Estate profile includes The
American Club, boasting the first
and only Forbes Five-Star hotel
property in Wisconsin, and world-
renowned championship golf
courses Whistling Straits and
Blackwolf Run. Acquired in 2004,
its sister property, The Old Course
Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa in the
birthplace of golf, St Andrews,
Scotland, is a AA Five Red Star
property and recognized as one of
the most luxurious resorts in the
world.
About The American Club
Resort
The American Club Resort is in a
select group being one of only 36
hotels worldwide to be rated both
Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-
Diamond, while the Kohler Waters
Spa is one of just 30 spas world-
wide to earn the Five-Star both
firsts in the State of Wisconsin.
Additionally, it was named #3 Golf
Resort in North America, by Golf
Digest Magazine. The resort fea-
tures 11 dining establishments
from the Forbes Four-Star Immi-
grant Restaurant to traditional pub
fare at Horse & Plow and rustic
Italian at Cucina. The resort is lo-
cated in the Village of Kohler, Wis-
consin, one hour north of
Milwaukee and two and a half
hours north of Chicago
2012 KOHLER FESTIVAL OF
BEER PARTICIPATING BREW-
ERIESmore to come!
Wisconsin
Ale Asylum (Madison)
Big Bay Brewing (Shorewood)
Capital Brewery (Madison)
Central Waters Brewing Com-
pany (Amherst)
The Great Dane Pub & Brewing
Co. (Madison)
Hinterland Brewing Company
(Green Bay)
Leinenkugels (Chippewa Falls)
Milwaukee Brewing Company
(Milwaukee)
New Glarus Brewing Company
(New Glarus)
Sprecher Brewing Company
(Milwaukee)
Tyranena Brewing Company
(Lake Mills)
United States
Crispin (Minneapolis, MN)
Goose Island (Chicago, IL)
Left Hand (Longmont, CO)
Ommegang (Cooperstown, NY)
New Belgium (Fort Collins, CO)
New Holland Brewing Co.
(Holland, MI)
North Coast Brewing Co.
(Fort Bragg, CA)
Southern Tier Brewing Co.
(Lakewood, NY)
International
Belhaven Brewery (Dunbar,
Scotland)
Duvel(Belgium)
Howe Sound (Squamish, British
Columbia)
Festival of Beer, continued
MARCH 15, 2012
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Students close
encounters with
nature teaches
sustainability
Eagle River, WI Chaperoned by
their teachers, fifth grade students
from Kohler Elementary traveled
northward to Trees For Tomorrow
Natural Resources Specialty
School. During their three-day
workshop, February 20-22, they
studied various aspects of the
Great Lakes ecosystem. With a
focus upon sustainability, resource
awareness and outdoor recreation,
students trekked wilderness areas
and examined managed forests.
Taking in the environment on
snowshoes, they had the opportu-
nity to observe a live porcupine
den. Children possessing patience
and a calm presence were re-
warded with a live visit by chick-
adees on their outstretched hands.
Paper making, outdoor survival
techniques and a lecture about
skulls, skins and bones rounded
out their curriculum. Kohler Ele-
mentary students received scholar-
ship support for their workshop
from Ms. Amanda Brotz.
Brotz, an alumna of Trees For
Tomorrow who attended as a jun-
ior high school student of Kohler,
remembered her experience and
wanted to share it with others.
Trees For Tomorrow had such a
positive impact on me... I specifi-
cally remember the point when a
light bulb went on in my head and
I realized that I could actually pur-
sue some sort of natural science as
a career... I think it is so important
to simply bring environmental
awareness to kids, so as they grow
up, that awareness is factored into
decisions they make that can posi-
tively affect our environment and
community as a whole. Today,
Brotz is a professional in environ-
mental compliance coordination at
a Wisconsin company.
A Wisconsin education tradi-
tion, Trees For Tomorrow encour-
ages students to spend time out-
doors and gain an appreciation for
nature, which can influence them
for life. One student stated, I
learned how to feed a chickadee
and it landed on my hand. We were
very lucky kids to experience this
in our lifetime. I had so much fun
learning about so many things like
wolves, bears, and about other an-
imals too.
This fully accredited program
educates participants about the nat-
ural environment and the sustain-
able resources humans rely on.
Classroom time combined with ad-
ventures in the outdoors keep the
students engaged while in an at-
mosphere that encourages critical
thinking, team building, increasing
self esteem, learning new skills,
and enjoying the outdoors.
For more information on any of
the programs offered or to provide
financial assistance for your
schools visit by contributing at the
corporate or individual level to the
tax deductible scholarship fund,
please call 715-479-6456 or visit
www.TreesForTomorrow.com.
Scholarship donations can range
from $10 per student to $1000 per
school group.
The 2012 Kohler Police Ath-
letic League (KPAL) Brat Fry held
at the Kohler Fire House in Febru-
ary, welcomed sunny skies and un-
seasonably mild temperatures in
contrast to last years event which
was held during a winter storm
that dropped 10 inches of snow.
The Brat Fry was well attended
throughout the entire day, with the
fire house filled to an estimated
90% of its capacity between avail-
able seating for 200 and standing
room. Just under 8,000 advanced
tickets were sold, with 80% of
them redeemed at the even for
food and beverage. Busy volun-
teers served up 1,920 brats, ham-
burgers or chicken sandwiches
during the day along with 200
pounds of German potato salad,
150 pounds of baked beans, 25
cases of soda and water, nine half-
barrels of beer, and lots of desserts.
For the fourth year in a row, the
KPAL Brat Fry exceeded the pre-
vious years profits helping to off-
set lost funding that resulted from
discontinuing their monthly Sun-
day night BINGO
KPAL would like to thank the
Romanoski families auto dealer-
ship in helping to bring in their
friend and spokesperson Mason
Crosby of the Green Bay Packers
for pictures and autographs. He re-
ceived a very warm welcome and
was given a rousing standing ova-
tion when he left.
KPALwould also like to thank
the following: The energetic
golden voice of Jeff Dickert, who
keeps the crowd enthusiastic and
willing to stay and socialize;
KPALmember spouses and chil-
dren who helped sell raffle tickets,
serve food and beverages, baked
goods, and assisted in other ways;
Special thanks for the services of
the Kohler Boy Scouts and Cub
Scouts who helped the day of the
fry with cleanup detail and raffles;
Special thanks to the youth foot-
ball team participants (players,
coaches, parents) who on the
weekend before the fry canvased
the village selling over 800 re-
maining advance tickets (both the
scouts and players show their ap-
preciation for the support they re-
ceive from KPAL by providing
these valuable services for us in re-
turn); to KPAL sponsors including
the major sponsor Kohler Co. and
Hospitality group for printing the
tickets and offering up gift certifi-
cates constituting our grand prize
($250) and 10 other prizes of $25;
to the many other friends who con-
tributed door prizes totaling over
$2800. More than 130 prizes in
total were awarded. Profits from
the brat fry alone contribute to the
$10,000 that is that is awarded to
youth programs in Kohler by
KPAL each year
KPAL continually seeks new
members to join in their efforts to
support the youth in the Village.
They are a very social organization
with an important mission. Meet-
ings are held on the second
Wednesday of every month. Resi-
dents are encouraged to join and
help the organization support the
youth of Kohler.
Nice weather brings
nice turnout for
KPAL Brat Fry
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby signs autographs at KPAL Brat Fry.
KOHLERVILLAGER.COM MARCH 15, 2012
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KOHLER VILLAGER 5
Qual i f i c at i ons:
3 Current County Board Supervisor (10 years) Only county out
of 72 to lower taxes four out of last five years
3 Chairman of Law Committee (4 years)
3 Communications Council planning new digital radio system for all
of Sheboygan County including local police and fire departments
3 Served on these committees previously:
1. Human Relations
2. Healthcare Centers
3 Currently serving as Chairman of Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
3 Currently on the Healthcare Foundations Board for Rocky Knoll
3 Current supervisor on Town of Wilson Board (7 years)
Endor sed by:
v Honorable Circuit Court Judge L. Edward Stengel
v Honorable Circuit Court Judge Angela Sutkiewicz
v Honorable Circuit Court Judge Jim Bolgert
v District Attorney Joe DeCecco
v Sheriff Todd Priebe
v Past Sheriff Mike Helmke
It would be an honor to serve you in the newly created 20th Supervisory District of the Town
of Wilson and all of the Village of Kohler. All new districts are a result of downsizing the
County Board from 34 Supervisors to 25.
Paid for and authorized by Brian Hoffmann, 1621 Pheasant Lane, Sheboygan WI, 53081
Vot e Br i an Hof f mann
For Count y Boar d
I PLEDGE TO SERVE YOU WELL!
Pl ease c al l w i t h any quest i ons or c onc er ns: 918-2010




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The Centennial Book committee
is looking for these photos:
- Doll buggy parade (within last 5
years)
- Cheerleader camp
- The Christmas Walk (any year)
- Event at the current/new Lost
Woods shelter
- Prom, showing the interior or
exterior of the Waelderhaus (any
year)
- Speech being given at Scroll
Night (within last 10 years)
- Halloween/Trick-or-Treating
(within last 10 years)
- Kohler Company Picnics (any
year)
- Kohler Classic Run (any year)
- Photos of Village life in the 70s
If you've got any of these,
please call Amy Pace at 608-770-
5279.
Originals will be scanned and
returned to you. Digital photos at
original size can be emailed to
amylynpace@yahoo.com. Sorry,
but we cannot use cell phone or
facebook photos. Thank you very
much!
Centennial Book
Committee seeks
photos
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The Kohler Elementary School held their annual dance on Friday, February 10th, 2012. There were over 225 students
dancing the night away. We had snacks, a DJ and tons of fun.
Elementary school
holds annual dance
Kohler Power Systems
names new vice Vice
President of Sales
KOHLER, Wis. March
9, 2012 David Brown
was promoted to Kohler
Co.s vice president of
sales for the companys
Kohler Power Systems
Americas division.
Brown directs all
North American sales
activities of industrial
generator sets, electrical
controls, switchgear and
automatic transfer switches,
through direct sales, national ac-
counts and distribution channel
partners. He partners with market-
ing to create promo-
tional programs and
training tailored to spe-
cific customers.
He joined
Kohler Power Systems
in 2008 as the director
of industrial solutions
and national accounts.
He earned his bache-
lors and masters de-
grees in mechanical
engineering from Memphis State
University. He also holds an MBA
from Marquette University.
David Brown
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Drop-off at Kohler School
throughout the
second semester
Please call Dave DeBruin at (920) 803-7230 to schedule a drop-off
All proceeds go to the Technical Education Department
VOTE FOR WILLIAM BILL KUNST
For County Supervisor District 20th on April 3rd
3 Served as a Village of Kohler Trustee (20032009, 20112013) on a variety of commiees and in
numerous posions
3 County resident for the last 27 years and currently residing in Kohler
3 Married 39 years with 6 children all graduates of Kohler High School
3 B.S. degree in Industrial Technology from UWPlaeville
3 35 years of management experience and currently a Technology Educaon teacher at Cedarburg
High School for the last 7 years
3 Community service includes Kohler Police Athlec League, assistant Scout leader, hunter
educaon, instructor and member of St. Johns Catholic Church
3 As a Kohler Village Trustee I have pushed for a building fund. This has paid for the remodeling of
the Village gym, Memorial Hall, Village swimming pool and youth center. I worked with the board
to have the new Lost Woods park structure built.
The next few years are going to be dicult given the current
economic climate of the county and state. I am a scal conservave
and will work towards cung costs without cung services.
VOTE FOR WILLIAM BILL KUNST
Authorized and paid for by Bill Kunst for County Board
Open enrollment
application
period extended
February 6 - April 30, 2012
Senate Bill 2 was passed and
signed by the Governor, which ex-
tends the open enrollment applica-
tion period from three weeks to
three months. The Open Enroll-
ment application period in Wiscon-
sin now runs from February 6
April 30, 2012. (It was previously
February 6 24, 2012). Open En-
rollment allows children to attend
school districts other than the dis-
trict in which they live. Parents
who would like to apply for the
2012-13 Open Enrollment must
apply no later than 4:00 pm on Fri-
day, April 30, 2012. Additional in-
formation is available at any public
school main office or on-line at the
Wisconsin Department of Public
Instruction. Apply at
dpi.wi.gov/sms/psctoc.html.
Sheboygan Falls, WI
920-946-0418
Riverview Plumbing, LLC
Sales, Service, Installation, & Replacements
New Construction & Remodeling
Unfinished basement bathroom build-outs
Water heaters
Licensed & Insured (MP 653302)
15 Years Experience
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The 5th grade Kohler Bombers
girls basketball team won the Ply-
mouth Hoops Basketball Tourna-
ment on March 3. The Bombers
went 4-0 on the day, beating Ply-
mouth, Reedsville, Ripon and
Fond du Lac to win the tourna-
ment.
Kohler Bombers go
undefeated
Front left: Nicole Konecke, Rachel Proudman, Molly Thomack, Elly Udovich, Alivia Hundt, Kate O'Leary, Sami Renzelmann
Back row left to right Emma Egbert, Cecelia Zielke and Alyssa Frey. The team was coached by John Renzelmann, Steve
Zielke and Bridgitt Zielke.
Kohler fourth grade Blue
Bombers place second at
Ozaukee shoot out
The Kohler 4th Grade Blue
Bombers Basketball Team took
2nd out of a field of 10 teams at the
Ozaukee Shoot Out on February
4th. The Bombers had wins over
Slinger, Grafton Select and
Mequon-Thiensville before falling
to Manitowoc in the finals. The
team is coached by Mike Kelm and
Rick Ertel.
From left: Conner Cassidy, Davis Maki, Noah Ertel, Sam Kelm, Eli Nugent, Back: Andrew Maglio, Leo Fink, Tyler Roeder,
Carter Gebler, Collin Adams.
Karting Club swap
meet scheduled
Saturday, March 10
The Road America Kart Club
(RAKC) will host its annual swap
meet on Saturday, March 10th at
Racers Hall in Plymouth, Wiscon-
sin. The event is open to the public
at 11:00 AM. The show runs until
3 p.m. Admission is free.
This is a great opportunity for
race teams to buy and sell new or
used equipment for the upcoming
race season. People new to the
sport can meet with suppliers to
discuss various aspects of kart rac-
ing. Club officials will hold an in-
formational meeting at 1 p.m. At
this time questions will be taken.
Rule changes and other topics of
interest will also be covered.
Vendor booths are just $10 and
sellers can start setting up at 10
a.m. on the day of the show. No ad-
vanced registration is required.
Racers Hall is located W4408
County Road C, Plymouth; just
east of the Hwy 57/Fleet Farm in-
tersection. Phone number is 920-
892-6900 for directions.
Situated within the confines of
the famed Road America race
course, RAKC offers the excite-
ment of wheel to wheel racing to
all skill levels and racers on a
budget. More information about
RAKC can be found on the clubs
website at www.rakartclub.com or
by calling Road America at 1-800-
365-7223.
Thirteen members of the She-
boygan Lakers Figure Skating
Club competed at the 2012 Badger
State Games held in Mosinee, WI,
February 3-5, bringing home 22
medals, including gold medals for
their theater on Ice program Toy
Story. The program was coached
and choreographed by club presi-
dent Alexis Scott. Gold medal win-
ners were Kohler residents Larissa
Paseta and Katie Lindow along
with Gemma Sutkiewicz, Giu-
lianna Sutkiewicz, Kassandra
Scott, Elizabeth Weidner, Sydney
Albrecht, Lilee Dodgson, Jennifer
Edwards, Olivia Ho-
neck, Lindsey Kar-
czewski and Brittany
Rusch.
In individual events,
Gemma Sutkiewicz
earned a silver medal in
pre-preliminary moves
in the field.
In team events,
Larissa Paseta, Katie
Lindow, Alexis Scott,
Gemma Sutkiewicz and
Giulianna Sutkiewicz
won silver medals in Gold Enter-
tainment for their Chicago Pro-
gram.
Larissa Paseta and Gemma
Sutkiewicz took home silver
medals for their Grease program in
the Silver Entertainment division.
Giulianna Sutkiewicz and Gemma
Sutkiewicz won silver medals for
their Pink Panther program in the
Bronze Entertainment division.
All team programs were
coached and choreographed by
Alexis Scott.
All skaters now qualify for the
next State Games of America.
Sheboygan Lakers
Figure Skating Club
bring home 22
medals
Gemma Sutkiewicz, Larissa Paseta, Katie Lindow.
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See all the Humane Societys
adoptable pets at
MySCHS.Petfinder.com
Visit the Sheboygan County
Humane Society at:
3107 N. 20th St., Sheboygan,WI 53083
920-458-2012
DATCP LIC # 268221-DS
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
adop-tion rates on adult cats. Please help
us endpet over population in Sheboygan
County, please SPAY and
NEUTER your pets!
Roscoe - #D12-01-013
Pico - #D12-01-014
Rosco and Pico are adorable young tri colored Rat Terrier/Chi-
huahua mixes. They are already neutered and are anxious to
find a home to move into together. Both of them are good with
cats, dogs, and children. Rosco and Pico would make wonder-
ful companions for some lucky family.
Elijah - #C11-10-1084
Can someone please help me find a home? I have been
here since October of last year and I would really like to
have a family to be a part of. I am a neutered male, six
years old, and have a short hair brown tabby fur coat. I
am a quiet guy and I get along with other cats, and even
dogs.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
January 9, 2012
Call to Order
Jane Bishop called the meeting to order
at 6:00 p.m. in the Kohler District Confer-
ence Room. Roll Call was taken by
Paula Anderson. The following board
members were present: Laura Kohler,
Jane Bishop, Diane Kelly, Marlene Yang
and John Suralik. Diane Kelly was ab-
sent.
Statement of Public Notice
January 6, 2012 @ 12:30 p.m.
Approval of Agenda
Marlene Yang moved to approve the
agenda. John Suralik seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes.
To consider employment, contracts
and performance-related information
for employees over which the school
board has jurisdiction or exercises re-
sponsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats.
19.85 (1) (c), 118.25, 119.85(f).
Laura Kohler moved to convene into
closed session. John Suralik seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Roll Call
Paula Anderson called the roll. Diane
Kelly was absent.
Consideration of teacher compensa-
tion and employee handbookDiscus-
sion was held.
Marlene Yang moved to reconvene into
open session. John Suralik seconded.
The meeting reconvened into open ses-
sion.
Reconvene in Open Session/Roll Call
of Members (Kohler Public Library)
Diane Kelly called the roll. All members
were present.
Communications/Announcements/Sch
edules/Presentations
Board Presidents Report
Jane reported that next week is the 2012
State Education Convention and Marlene
Yang is the delegate from Kohler School
District.
Superintendents Report
Marty discussed the college and career
advisor position. There needs to be a
technology refresh update. The district
needs to have a budgetary commitment
every year to cycle the technology equip-
ment. CESA 7 will conduct a technology
audit and give recommendations. Laura
Multer has been recommended by CESA
7 for the Herb Kohl Fellowship Award and
Melyssa Louwagie has been recom-
mended by CESA 7 for the Herb Kohl
Foundation Scholarship. The KHS Open
Enrollment Fair will be held Saturday,
January 14
th
from 11am 1 pm.
Middle School Certificates of Honor
Susan Jaberg awarded the Middle School
Certificates of Honor to: Donna Karri
(English 8), Henry Biznek (MS Choir),
Jesse Daane (Science 8), Quinn Daane
(English 7), Isabelle Heins (MS Choir, In-
tegrated Computer 8), Andrew Kraus (6
th
grade science), Allie Lindow (7
th
Grade
Advisory), Maddie Weiland (7
th
grade sci-
ence)
Review of District Finances
The budget looks like it is on track for the
current year. We project for a revenue/
expenditure gap ranging from $112,000
to approximately $159,000 for the 2012-
2013 school year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of December 12, 2011 Regular
Board Minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Financial/Personnel/Op-
erations Committee
Recommendation to approve Becky
Luedtkes maternity leave of absence re-
quest for the spring.
Recommendation to accept retirement
letter from Susan Jaberg,
Elementary/Middle School Principal.
Reports of the Policy Committee
Administrative Guideline 8450A is up-
dated to remove nit free language
Administrative Guideline 5330B is up-
dated to include medication incident re-
port form
Recommendation to approve the first
reading of the NEOLA policy updates
Recommendation to refer to the full board
the revision of the Interscholastic Sports
policy and administrative guidelines 2431
Marty thanked Susan for her years of
service and stated it has been one of the
highlights of his career to work with
Susan.
Marlene Yang moved to approve the con-
sent agenda. Laura Kohler seconded.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
First reading of the NEOLA policy up-
dates
John Suralik moved to approve the first
reading of the following policies:
Policy 1422.02 Nondiscrimination Based
on Genetic Information of Employee
(new)
Policy 1460 Physical Examination (re-
vised)
Policy 1461 Unrequested Leaves of Ab-
sence/Fitness for Duty (revised)
Policy 1623 Section 504/ADA Prohibition
against Disability Discrimination in Em-
ployment (new)
Policy 2260.01 Section 504/ADA Prohibi-
tion against Disability Discrimination in
Employment (revised)
Policy 3122.02 Nondiscrimination based
on Genetic Information of Employee
(new)
Policy 3123 Section 504/ADA Prohibition
against Disability Discrimination in Em-
ployment (new)
Policy 3125 Wisconsin Quality Educator
Initiative (technical correction)
Policy 3160 Physical Examination (re-
vised)
Policy 3161 Unrequested Leaves of Ab-
sence/Fitness for Duty (revised)
Policy 3217 Weapons (revised)
Policy 4122.02 Nondiscrimination based
on Genetic Information of Employee
(new)
Policy 4123 Section 504/ADA Prohibition
against Disability Discrimination in Em-
ployment (new)
Policy 4160 Physical Examination (re-
vised)
Policy 4161 Unrequested Leaves of Ab-
sence/Fitness for Duty (revised)
Policy 4217 Weapons (revised)
Policy 5200 Attendance (revised)
Policy 5330 Administration of Medica-
tion/Emergency Care (revised)
Policy 5772 Weapons (revised)
Policy 6510 Payroll Authorization (re-
vised)
Policy 7217 Weapons (revised)
Policy 7540.03 Student Network and In-
ternet Acceptable Use and Safety (re-
vised)
Policy 8210 School Calendar (revised)
Policy 8410 School Safety and Crisis In-
tervention (technical correction)
Policy 8660 Transportation by Private Ve-
hicle (revised)
Policy 9160 Public Attendance at School
Events (revised)
Policy 3112 Board Staff Communication
(revised)
Policy 5610 Suspension and Expulsion
(revised)
Laura Kohler seconded to approve the
policies for first reading. All ayes. Motion
carried.
First reading of revised Interscholastic
Policy and Administrative Guidelines
Laura moved to approve for first reading
the revision of the policy 2431 Inter-
scholastic Policy and Guidelines. Diane
Kelly seconded. All ayes.
Adjournment
Marlene Yang moved to adjourn. John
Suralik seconded. All ayes. Meeting ad-
journed @ 7:35 pm.
Important Future Dates
COTW Meeting January 23, 2012 @ 6:00
pm
Regular Board Meeting Monday, Febru-
ary 13, 2012 @ 7:00 pm
WASDA/WASB Conference January 18-
20, 2012
Pets of the month at the Sheboygan County Humane Society
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1999 Pee Wee Majors (in white) on the outdoor rink at The Winter Club of Lake Forest, IL. Pictured from the Jr. Gamblers: row 1 (goalies): Haydon Roy-Peterson (Marshfield), Matt Kastein (Wisconsin Rapids)
row 2: Pete Verstegen (Oshkosh), Bryce Paul (DePere), Bryce Poshak (Howard), Chris Beyer (Appleton) row 3: Jonathan Kwasny (Menasha), Bennett DeBouche (Suamico), Hunter Garrison (Fond du Lac),
Tyler Hafeman (Greenville), Logan Braun (Manitowoc), Nick Falconer (Kohler), Adam Wahl (Marinette) row 4: Alec Elkin (Neenah), Ben Johnson (Pembine) and Jim Conklin (Kohler).
Two junior hockey players from Kohler, Jim Conklin and Nick Falconer, helped the Green Bay Jr. Gamblers 1999 Pee Wee Majors skate to a 2-2 tie against the Chicago Young
Americans in February.
Junior hockey players from Kohler help
Green Bay team skate to tie against
Chicago team
Huge selection of trees, shrubs, annuals,
hanging baskets, perennials, aquatic plants,
vegetable plants, and organic supplies.
We also have top soil, mulch and garden compost.
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Multi-class
Kohler High
School reunion
set to coincide
with Centennial
Its been a long time since the
Kohler High School reunions at the
old Rec Hall or at the Falls Munic-
ipal Building! In conjunction with
the Kohler Village Centennial fes-
tivities in August, a Kohler High
School reunion is being planned.
After the Village picnic at Lost
Woods Park winds down, Kohler
High grads will take over the park
for camaraderie and reminiscence
about the days at Kohler High.
Tentatively planned from 6 p.m. to
11 p.m., spouses or significant oth-
ers are also welcome.
Anyone willing to help with re-
union plans can contact Lynn
Siever Rousse (Kohler Class of
1972); your input and suggestions
are appreciated. Help spread the
word about this multi-generational
event. We will need to have a plan-
ning number of how many grads
and guests we can expect, so please
contact us at kohlergrads@char-
ter.net; join the Facebook group,
Kohler High School Grads for in-
formational updates as they be-
come available. Future issues of
the Kohler Villager will also post
information as it becomes avail-
able.
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Sheboygan County Historical Society
Third Saturday March 17, 2012
10 AM 3 PM Stop by any time!

Read All About It!
Sheboygan County Newspapers
The Sheboygan Mercury, a weekly local newspaper, was first published on February 19,
1848 in the village of Sheboygan, Wisconsin Territory. In a relatively short time, many
daily and weekly newspapers followed. Several were printed in German and Dutch.
They covered the local news, agriculture, temperance, politics, national and international
news. For well over a century, local newspapers have been the primary window to our
communities and the world. Join us as we celebrate our local newspapers and the news-
paper history of Sheboygan County.
Third Saturdays are a great way to meet history experts, local history buffs, and
learn about our local history through displays, presentations, demonstrations, local
history handouts, historic videos and hands-on activities. Series programs are held
the third Saturday of the month, January through October at the Museum.
This event is spon-
sored in part by H.C.
Denison Co., Kohler
Foundation, Inc., Sar-
gento Foods, Inc., The
Sheboygan Press, Al-
liant Energy Founda-
tion, Windsor Family
Foundation, Great
Lakes Blue Printers,
Inc. and Radio 1420 AM
The Breeze.
Sheboygan County Historical Museum
3110 Erie Avenue, Sheboygan
920/458-1103 koeppnlk@co.sheboygan.wi.us
www.co.sheboygan.wi.us/html/d_museum.html
ADMISSION
Adults $4 / Children 7-12 $2
Children ages 6 and under free,
Members always FREE
NEXT PROGRAM April 21st , Sheboygan County Through the 20th Century
Picking up The Sheboygan Press papers for delivery, circa 1940.
The Kohler Villager has been
invited to participate in this event!
Second printing of business cards in mid-month issue is 50% off
Contact Mary at kohlervillager@charter.net or call 920-331-4904
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Future Problem
Solving State Bowl
The Wisconsin Future Problem
Solving Program will hold its 30th
annual State Bowl in Wisconsin
Dells from April 19-21, 2012.
Over 300 fourth through twelfth
graders from around the state will
participate in the Global Issues
Problem Solving competition at
the State Bowl. Working in teams
of four or as individuals, students
will analyze the challenges and de-
velop solution ideas for a situation
set in a fictional future and related
to the global topic of Trade Barri-
ers. Three teams from Kohler who
qualified and will attend the State-
Bowl are Team One: Kendall
Wolf, Michael Krueger, and An-
drew Grose; Team Two: Charles
Olmsted, Sydney Yang, Grace
Lofgren, and Kelsey Wright; and
Team Three: Kitty ONeill, Sam
Dedek, Madeline Kelly, and Con-
nor Hogan. Katelyn Van Treeck
will compete individually.
Global Issues Problem Solving,
a component of the Future Prob-
lem Solving Program Interna-
tional, is a year-long educational
program in which students learn a
six-step problem solving process
and apply it to future situations in
three practice topics they have re-
searched. The practice topics this
year were All In a Days Work,
Coral Reefs, and Human Rights.
The goals of the program are to
encourage students to become
more creative in their thinking, to
develop richer images of the fu-
ture, to increase their research
skills, to learn cooperative team-
work skills, and to increase their
written and verbal communication
skills.
At the State Bowl, Global Is-
sues Problem Solvers will brain-
storm 16 challenges, an
underlying problem, and 16 solu-
tions for a future situation related
to the topic of Trade Barriers.
They will also develop criteria to
use in selecting the best solution,
and write an action plan for imple-
menting it. This written team ef-
fort is completed in a two-hour
time frame. In addition, students
will plan and present four-minute
presentations to introduce their
best solution action plan to an au-
dience. For further information,
view Wisconsin Future Problem
Solving at www.wisfps.org or con-
tact the office at
wisfps@charter.net.
Good luck at State!!
New York, NY Jewelers of
America (JA), the national trade
association for businesses serving
the fine jewelry retail marketplace,
has awarded Karin Burg, of She-
boygan Falls-based Corner Studio
Jewelers, a first-place award in the
2012 CASE Awards, the associa-
tions annual jewelry design com-
petition. Burg competed among
more than 25 jewelers in the com-
petition. The CASE Awards recog-
nize the creativity, artistry, style
and excellence in jewelry design
from top jewelers across the na-
tion. It was held at the JA New
York trade show, January 22-24,
2012, in New York City.
Jewelers of America is hon-
ored to recognize the exceptional
talents of jewelers, like Karin
Burg, whose design demonstrates
the remarkable jewelry available
from JA-member stores nation-
wide, says JA COO Robert
Headley.
Burg won the first-place CASE
Award in the Alternative Materials
Jewelry category for a modern
ring made from Argentium silver
and steel with three diamond
melee. The ring also won first
place in the 2011 Wisconsin Jew-
elers Association Design Compe-
tition.
Owner of Corner Studio
awarded first place in
jewelry design competition
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OPEN HOUSE
Tuesday, April 17
8:30 am 2:30 pm
I-43 closings
in Sheboygan
County
To accommodate
work at WIS 32
(Green Bay) The Wisconsin De-
partment of Transportation (Wis-
DOT) northeast region is
announcing these lane closures for
I-43 near Cedar Grove in Sheboy-
gan County. Both northbound and
southbound I-43 will be com-
pletely detoured onto the adjacent
access ramps at WIS 32 during the
evening next week. This is being
done so that the current bridge
crossing I-43 can be removed.
Motorists should be aware traffic
impacts could be significant.
WIS 32 over I-43 is closing
starting Monday, March 12 at 7
a.m. and will remain closed until
mid-May. Also starting Monday,
there will be various lane closures
on northbound and southbound I-
43 between Smies Road and Ams-
terdam Road in the town of
Holland.
Tuesday, March13 from 8 p.m.
to 5 a.m. Wednesday, March 14
northbound and southbound I-43 at
WIS 32 will be detoured up the
off-ramps and continue down the
on-ramps. During this time, no ac-
cess to the ramps will be permitted
from the east or the west.
Wednesday, March 14 from 8
p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday, March 15
- northbound and southbound I-43
at WIS 32 will be detoured up the
off-ramps and continue down the
on-ramps. During this time, no ac-
cess to the ramps will be permitted
from the east or the west.
Thursday, March 15 from 8
p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday, March 16 -
northbound and southbound I-43 at
WIS 32 will be detoured up the
off-ramps and continue down the
on-ramps. During this time, no ac-
cess to the ramps will be permitted
from the east or the west.
County O and County J under I-
43 in the town of Sheboygan re-
main closed. The WIS 42
southbound on-ramp to I-43 and
the I-43 southbound off-ramp to
WIS 23 also remain closed. The
ramps are scheduled to reopen by
Memorial Day and County O and
J by the 4th of July.
This work is part of a $14.5 mil-
lion project that began in Septem-
ber 2010 and be will finished by
August of this year. The project
totals 24 miles and includes as-
phalt paving, 8 new bridges, 3
bridge overlays, 2 deck replace-
ments, beam guard, concrete base
patching, ramp closure gates, law
enforcement pads, and pavement
marking.
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Exhibit: Freshly Pressed:
Contemporary Prints
ARTspace A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
Now through April 21
This exhibit includes works by
contemporary printmakers from
across the country. Working in a
wide variety of print media and
techniquesintaglio, lithography,
xerography, relief printing, and
morethese artists illustrate the
allure of processes involved. All
the prints included in the exhibi>
tion are original works created in
limited>edition runs. 452>8602
Get More at Sports Core: New
Membership Oer
Sports Core
March
Expect more and get more at
Sports Core. Swimming Pools,
Tennis Courts, Group Fitness
Classes, Strength and Fitness
equipment, all provided by a
friendly, professionally trained
staff. Reduced enrollment fee
$150 ($145 off regular fee) and
receive $75 in Sports Core Cash
for use in the Salon, Take 5, Pro
Shop, Personal Training or Tennis.
*Offer continues through March
31. Call 920>208>4664 to join.
Felco Garden Tools on Sale
Kohler Gardener
Through March 31
Save 20% on the sharp durable
and sturdy tools that make gar>
den work comfortable and effort>
less.
920>458>5570
Corolle Doll Contest
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Through March 31
Sign up for our e>newsletter and
be entered to win an adorable
Corolle doll and accessories. 920>
453>2874
Mediterranean Spa Body Butter
Special
Scentualities
March 1>31
Purchase one Mediterranean Spa
Body Butter and receive a second
butter at 50% off! This luxurious
spa based line from Italy is avail>
able in scents of olive oil, myrtle,
fig, and lemon>orange.
920>208>9053
Village Collection Special Offer
Wisconsin Trader
March 1>31
Save 25% on our Village Collec>
tion of dinnerware and bake>
ware!
Durable stoneware featuring soft
fluted edges and twisted han>
dles, providing excellent func>
tionality and style in your
kitchen.
Microwave, oven, freezer and
dishwasher safe.
920>451>2113
Wild Card Wednesdays!
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
March 21 & 28, Free
Let your kids explore a new art
supply, craft kit or game. Receive
an exclusive deal on the product
if purchased that day.
920>453>2874
The Modern Shaman Workshop
Intentions
March 17, 8am>Noon, $95.00 per
person.
Learn what Shamanism is and
how the modern Shaman re>
leases old beliefs and allows a
new vibration in. Class size is lim>
ited.
920>457>9543
Lucky Leprechaun Hat Craft
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
March 17, Free
Create a lucky leprechaun
hat to wear on St. Patricks
Day. All ages welcome.
920>453>2874
Spring Open House
Woodlake Market
March 29, 4>7pm
While shopping the store for
great deals enjoy demonstra>
tions, get into the Spring spirit by
bringing the kids! Plant a flower
with Vickie in the Floral & Gifts
department and take it home to
watch it grow! Go on a search to
find Easter eggs hidden through>
out the store or decorate one in
the Atrium! 920>457>6570
Discover the tastes of Kohler
and how to recreate them at
home. Held at 11am and 2pm
each Saturday (unless otherwise
noted), The Demonstration
Kitchen is an informal working
kitchen located at The Shops at
Woodlake Kohler designed to
bring together professional chefs
and enthusiastic foodies for pre-
sentations, preparation and tast-
ing. All sessions are priced at $30
per person or attend with a com-
panion at two for $45. Call 457-
8000 and ask for Demonstration
Kitchen reservations.
March 17 St. PATRICKS DAY
WHISKEY & CHOCOLATE
Hosted by Peter Clemens, Kohler
Original Recipe Chocolates
Chocolatier and Peggy Sonnen-
burg, Kohler Original Recipe
Chocolates and Craverie Manager
March 24 SUNDAY BRUNCH
Hosted by Paul Smitala, Black-
wolf Run Chef
March 31 RUSTIC GREEK
COOKING
Hosted by Dan Dries and Angie
Rondinelli, Special Events Chefs
*Seminars held every Saturday
through April. Visit Shopsat-
Woodlake.com for a complete
schedule or call 457-8000.
Demonstration
Kitchen Series
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND
CLASSES
For more information, pricing de-
tails and to register call Sports
Core at 920-457-4444.
Just TRI It!: March 5, 19,
April 2, 16, 30, 9:15-9:45am
Active Isolated Stretching for
Golfers: March 6-28,
Tuesdays 5:15-6:15 OR
Wednesdays 9:15-10:15am
Pilates for a Healthy Back: March
20 at 10:15-11:15am OR March 22
at 5:30-6:30pm
Practice Dance Party: March 28,
6:45-8:45pm
Kids Night Out!: March16,
5-9pm
Tiny Tot Camps: March 7 & 20,
9-10:30am
Kids Zumba: March 23, 4-4:40pm
Teen Zumba/Dance Cardio:
March 23, 5-6pm
Enjoy March Mania in the Sports
Core Pro Shop with special dis-
counts:
March 1-6, 20% off swim goggles
and caps
March7-13, 20% off all tops
March 14-20, 20% off all shorts
March 21-27, 20% off all pants
March 28-31, 20% off all Pro Shop
items Excludes tennis racquets and
balls.
*Excludes all lululemon
A special offer in Take 5 Caf.
Enjoy 20% off any vegetarian
Panini or pizza valid in March.
YOGA ON THE LAKE
SPECIALS AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing de-
tails and to register call Yoga on
the Lake call 920-453-2817 or visit
yoga-on-the-lake.com.
Spring Yoga Detox: March 24,
10:30am-1:30pm
Chakra Flow: March 27,
6:00-8:00pm
Inversion Workshop: March 31,
10:30am12:30pm
Spa responds to
community call
In the spirit of stewardship, the
Kohler Waters Spa staff donated
nearly 200 blankets, towels and
robes, and even a microwave, to
the counseling center at Sheboy-
gan South High School. The team
responded within 24 hours to a
call from school volunteer Martha
Safford, who is collecting essen-
tial items for a food and cloth-
ing/supply pantry to support
students of families in financial
strife.