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MAY 15, 2012
Sheboygan Chevrolet/Chrysler
is part of the Chevrolet “Diamonds
and Dreams” program, which will
provide support to area youth
baseball programs and fields.
Residents may register online
at chevybaseball.com for a chance
to win one of 12 field makeovers
and the Grand Prize of a 2013
Chevrolet Malibu Eco.
Participants can enter through
chevybaseball.com for a chance to
win a refurbished baseball field for
their community or another com-
munity they feel is deserving.
One winner will be chosen each
week for up to 12 weeks through
July 22.
Sheboygan Chevrolet/
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Community input next
step in Kohler Schools
principal selection process
Submitted by Kohler Schools
The Kohler Schools Elemen-
tary and Middle School Principal
position opening has garnered sig-
nificant interest. More than 130 ap-
plications were received from
qualified individuals in Wisconsin
and across the country. The district
is fortunate to have a strong pool
of candidates to consider. The ap-
plications were reviewed by the
administration and the Board and
on April 27, 2012, eight candidates
were identified for interviews.
The preferred candidates will
come to Kohler Schools in the
coming weeks to be interviewed
by a panel which includes two
Board members, the superinten-
dent, and teacher representatives.
The candidates will also take a tour
of the school with retiring Princi-
pal Sue Jaberg. The interview team
will then narrow the list of candi-
dates to three finalists.
Each finalist candidate will
come back to Kohler Schools on a
separate date in late May to partic-
ipate in a teacher and parent/com-
munity engagement session. The
engagement sessions will take
place on May 21, 22, and 23. The
teacher engagement sessions will
take place from 3:30-4:30 P.M. and
the community engagement ses-
sions will take place from 5:00-
6:00 P.M.
During the engagement ses-
sions, teachers, parents, and com-
munity members will have an
opportunity to listen to the candi-
dates respond to a set of prepared
questions and to ask some addi-
tional questions as well. Teachers,
parents, and community members
will be provided with a rubric in
order to provide feedback on each
candidate. The rubric focuses on
the following attributes: the candi-
date’s ability to establish a shared
vision and mission; the ability to
set directions to achieve that mis-
sion; the ability to build relation-
ships and develop people; the
ability to develop and lead the in-
structional program; the ability to
develop the organization; and the
ability to implement accountabil-
ity. There is also an open-ended
form to provide additional feed-
back.
Along with the teacher and par-
ent/community input sessions, the
superintendent and a Board mem-
ber will visit each finalist in his or
her current school district. The in-
terviews, the input from teachers,
parents, and community members,
and the site visits will allow the
Board and the superintendent to
make a mutual decision about the
best candidate to join the Kohler
Schools team. The final decision
will be made and approved by the
Board at the June 11, 2012 regular
meeting.
Please join Kohler Schools on
May 21, 22, and 23 from 5:00-6:00
to meet the finalist principal can-
didates and to provide input on the
selection of our new elementary
and middle school principal.
Boys tennis
coach marks
100th dual
meet win
A win over Port Washington by
the Kohler boys tennis team gave
coach Wendy Tauscheck her 100th
dual meet win. Tauscheck has been
coaching Kohler tennis since 2000,
with her first season ending with a
record of 1-11. She has since taken
28 players (boys and girls) to the
state championship and was re-
cently named 2011 Division 2 Girls
Coach of the Year by the Wisconsin
High School Tennis Coaches Asso-
ciation.
Is the Nature The-
ater a natural feature?
When did Admiral
Richard Byrd explore
our village? Where
was the toboggan
run? Find the an-
swers in the more than 100 pages
of nostalgic stories and wonderful
photos of Kohler Village featured
in the professionally printed hard
cover edition of Kohler Village Re-
members, produced by the Village
of Kohler Centennial Committee.
Pre-orders are being
accepted for a limited
time offer of only
$20 (tax included).
Order forms avail-
able at Kohler Vil-
lage Hall and online
at centennial.kohlervillager.com.
Cash or check only. Books will be
ready for pick-up at the Centennial
Celebration Picnic on August 4.
Shipping available for an extra
charge.
Residents! Half price
sale for Kohler Village
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June 29, 2012!
Order your copy now!
Learn the answers to these questions and more in
Kohler Village Remembers
This 100+ page, hard cover book is a collection of
nostalgic stories and wonderful photos of Kohler Village.
For a limited time, we are accepting pre-orders for this
professionally printed book at half price - only $20
(includes tax). Order forms available at Village Hall and
online at centennial.kohlervillager.com. Cash or check.
Books will be ready for pick-up at the Centennial Celebration
Picnic. Shipping available for an extra charge.
Is the Nature Theater a natural feature?
When did Admiral Richard Byrd explore our village?
Where was the toboggan run?
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Kohler alumn awarded
three scholarships at
UW-Sheboygan
Kohler class of 2010 graduate
Nicole Struck was awarded three
scholarships at UW-Sheboygan’s
Honors Convocation May 3, 2012.
Struck received the Ruth DeYoung
Kohler Award, the Sun Graphics
Graphic Design Award, and one of
nine UW-Sheboygan Foundation
ACUITY Awards. Struck was also
named to the Dean’s list for High-
est Honors (4.0 average), and was
the winner of a poster design con-
test at UW-Sheboygan. Struck
plans to finish her Associates De-
gree at UW-Sheboygan before
transferring to a four-year univer-
sity to continue her studies in art
and graphic design.
Kohler class of 2010 graduate
Frank Marzano was awarded WCC
Honorable Mention All-Confer-
ence for soccer at UW-Sheboygan,
And Kohler class of 2011 graduate
Anne Feltner was awarded the
Wells Fargo Bank Scholarship and
was named to the Dean’s list (Hon-
ors) for the fall 2011 semester.
Register online
for Kohler Rec.
Dept programs
New Rec. Dept
website accepts
credit card, PayPal
Village residents now have the
option to register and pay online
via credit card or PayPal for base-
ball, tennis, swimming lessons, and
Summer Playground.
Information on other programs
as well as a pdf version of the entire
Kohler Recreation Department pro-
gram guide can also be found by
visiting KohlerRecreation.com.
Walk-in registrations are also
accepted at the Village Offices at
the Kohler Village Hall Monday -
Friday from 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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The
Villager
The past sev-
eral weeks
have created
much turmoil
for WI, both
at the state
and local lev-
els. As Gov-
ernor Scott
Walker’s budget bill winds itself
through the courts and the legisla-
tive process, concerns still remain
at the local level. In the end,
though, it should be realized that
communities will have to respond
to the budget as approved by the
House, the Senate and the Gover-
nor. In any case, it can be safely
said that all of us are ready to bring
the divisive issues to rest and move
on…as the rights and dignities of
all are respected.
With the inevitability that com-
munities will be receiving less
State aid for their schools, less
shared revenue for community
services, and a freeze on tax levy
increases, your local governments
and school boards will experience
severe limitations on their upcom-
ing budgets. It is almost certain
that communities will have to
tighten their belts as the 2012
budgets are put in place.
Through all of this, however,
the education of our young people
cannot be abrogated and the youth
of today cannot be viewed as ex-
pendable commodities. The viable
future of any nation rests in its
young people. Mr. Marty Lex-
mond, District Superintendent,
definitely walks a “tight rope” in
working with the School Board,
the district staff, the students, and
the community while attempting to
maintain the strength of the Kohler
School District’s overall programs.
All of us have our personal beliefs
and agendas as to how it should be
done. In the end, though, we
should be unified on one front: the
future of our nation rests with the
youth of today. My personal best
wishes are extended to Mr. Marty
Lexmond, School Board President
Dr. Jane Bishop, and the other four
School Board members, and the
school staff as they pull together to
offer the best possible educational
programs for the youth of our com-
munity.
The Kohler Civic Club was or-
ganized one year ago and meets at
noon on the first and third Thurs-
day of each month. Meetings rotate
between Blackwolf Run Restau-
rant and Pine Hills Country Club.
In early May, the Village of Kohler
2011-12 Directory will be deliv-
ered to your homes and/or places
of business. The Club members are
working feverishly on the plans for
a Village of Kohler Cemetery Vet-
erans’ Memorial. A view of the
proposed plans will be forthcom-
ing soon; it is anticipated that an
architectural design will be dis-
played at the Kohler Cemetery for
the 2011 annual Memorial Day Pa-
rade. Plans include the unveiling
of the Veterans’ Memorial at the
2012 Memorial Day Parade, which
would be a highlight for the Vil-
lage of Kohler Centennial. If you
are interested in becoming a mem-
ber of this illustrious club, please
contact President Richard Balge
(920-694-1918).
The Village Centennial Com-
mittee continues to meet regularly.
We are pleased to welcome Cindy
Howley, Kohler Co. Representa-
tive, to the committee. Cindy is an
important addition, since her input
will bring to the table the history of
the Village of Kohler from the per-
spective of the Kohler Co. Other
Committee members are the Vil-
lage Board President, Amy Biznek,
Tom Leonhardt, Sheryl Lindstrom,
and Peter Fetterer.
The April 11th Board Meeting
will conclude my eight years as a
Village Board member – including
my last eight months as “interim
Board President.” A personal void
is still felt with the untimely death
of Steve Reinbacher. Sincere con-
dolences continue to be with Ann
Reinbacher and her family.
During these eight years, I have
had the privilege of serving on the
Board in several different capaci-
ties. My primary role for several
years was Chairperson of the Prop-
erty Committee. In looking back,
several projects were completed
during that time. Among those
were the new roof on Kohler Me-
morial Hall Building, construction
of the Village Children’s Swim-
ming Pool, and the Lost Woods
Park Pavilion. Included are the up-
keep and replacement of several
streets – including School Street,
renovation of Kohler Memorial
Hall/Theatre/Gym, extension of
sewer/water line on Woodland
Road, and the list goes on. Sincere
thanks are extended to Bruce Neer-
hof, DPW Superintendent, with
whom I worked closely for ad-
dressing the property agendas for
the Village; Laurie Lindow, Village
Clerk/Treasurer; and Cindi Gamb,
Deputy Clerk/Treasurer. Also, it
was an honor to serve with past
Presidents Oscar Ward and
Thomas Leonhardt.
My best of wishes are extended
to your anticipated new Board
President, Thomas Schnettler, and
the successful three of the four
candidates for trustee positions:
Thomas Gast, William Kunst,
Brian Post, and Dietmar Wohlge-
muth.
Again, thanks to all who have
made my position on the board
possible and to those with whom I
have worked. It has been an honor
in having served on the Kohler Vil-
lage Board!!!
Best of wishes…
John Egan
Interim Village President
From the Village Board President . . .
; Spring Shopping Specials & Sales
; Spring Savings Coupon Book
; “Random” Roaming Discounts
; Kettle Carvers 21st Annual Woodcarving Show
; SF Fire Department & Orange Cross Open House
For More Information Contact:
Sheboygan Falls Chamber-Main Street
504 Broadway, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
920-467-6206
Email: chambermnst@sheboyganfalls.org
Spring Shopping
Extravaganza
Saturday, April 30
10:00am-3:00 pm
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.
6510 Superior Ave.
Kohler
920­467­2031
Owners John and Gail Behrens II
Come see why we’re known
for our custom planters!
Get Fit in
Good Company
Sweet Potato’s welcomes all Village residents to
another year of the Kohler walking group. Take
advantage of this opportunity to exercise amongst
friends — It’s time to shake off the chill of winter,
get out of the house, and get active!
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7th Annual
Kohler Athletic
Booster Club
Golf Outing
Saturday, June 30
at Town & Country
Check In 7:45am
Shotgun Start 9am
Cost: $80 per person or
$320 per foursome
Includes: golf, cart
and lunch
Contact Kent Saemann
920-452-1395 or
kenter56@charter.net
Concealed Carry
Permit Training
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All materials provided
$50 per person or
$90 per couple
June 30, 2012
8:00 a.m. - Noon
Kohler Village Hall
Preregistration required
Call 920-917-8891
Coaching & Counseling To Clear
Your Home, Head & Heart
Do you want to clear out your cluter to
create comfort in your home and life? 
Call Cluter To Comfort for help in sortng it out,
cleaning it up, and organizing a functonal,
pleasing space.
Confidental, compassionate and professional care.
Informaton Sharing and Support Group – first
Wednesday of month at 6:30. Call or check website
for details.
Pamela Hertel, MS, LCSW, LPC
Professional Organizer & Psychotherapist
Phone: 920-946-5622
Email: pamhertel@charter.net
Website: www.CluterToComfort.com
Kohler students showcased
their talents on Saturday, May 5th
at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for
the Performing Arts during the
Young Musical Stars concert.
The concert, produced by
Michibago Music Teachers Asso-
ciation, featured Sheboygan
County’s musical youth as they
performed on the big stage for
family, friends and the commu-
nity.
Congratulations to Eddie
Bullard, piano; Bridget Bullard,
piano; Leo Fink, piano; Tait
Kohler, piano; Clara Montes, vio-
lin; George Palof, piano; Kelsey
Sbrocco, piano; Marcella Senti,
piano; Christopher Zhang, piano;
Sophia Zhang, piano.
Young Kohler
students perform
on the big stage for
Young Musical Stars
concert
Results of
spring school
board election
John Suralik (367 votes) and
Jane Bishop (323) each won an-
other term on the Kohler School
Board of Education after emerging
as the leading vote-getters for two
open seats, while challengers Kurk
Anderson (245) and Ron Hum-
mitzsch (210) lost their bids.
Cheerleaders,
basketball
team to hold
car wash &
brat fry
Kohler cheerleaders and the
boys basketball team are having a
Brat Fry on Saturday, May 19
from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Kohler Schools.
Master Gardener
Volunteers staff
horticultural
hotline
Sheboygan County Master Gar-
dener Volunteers will be at the
UW-Extension Office, located on
the UW-Sheboygan Campus,
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. to answer
horticultural calls or consult in per-
son with homeowners who have
questions about yard and garden
care. Master Gardener Volunteers
will staff the horticultural hotline
from May through September.
CLASSIC
THE
Fitness
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akes a Village
2012
On your mark . . . get set . . . GO!
Register today for the 2012 Race!

Saturday, June 16th, 2012 at 9:00 am
5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk
Registration forms are available
in the Kohler School Of•ce
or online at www.kohlerschoolfriends.com
The Sheboygan County YMCA
announces the formation of a com-
petitive dance team for boys and
girls ages 6-14. Team Sparkz will
perform at parades and events and
compete throughout the area.
The team will encompass all areas
of competitive dance including
dance technique, choreography,
tumbling, jumps, core strength and
flexibility. All practices will be
held at the Sheboygan YMCA.
The team will be coached by
dance, gymnastics and fitness pro-
fessionals.
The philosophy of the Sheboy-
gan County YMCA’s Team Sparkz
is to provide a quality competitive
dance team in a safe environment
where dance technique is nurtured
and embraced as an expression of
healthy spirit, mind and body.
Watch for information on clin-
ics, tryouts, practices, fees and
competitive schedules at our web-
site: www.sheboygancoun-
tyymca.org
For more information contact
Denice Nugent at the Sheboygan
YMCA, 920-451-8001 x123
ygymnast@sheboygancountyymca.org
Sheboygan County YMCA
announces formation of co-ed
competitive dance team
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The chess club at Kohler
School had a tremendous season
competing in local scholastic chess
tournaments with a couple of team
members winning first place in
their age divisions. Mike Sebald,
an additional coach who was
brought in this year, is credited
with helping the team improve.
According to the Executive Di-
rector of the Wisconsin Scholastic
Chess Federation, Bob Patterson-
Sumwalt, scholastic chess in She-
boygan County is growing faster
than any other county in the state
with several schools adding chess
teams this season.
The K-3 team took first place at
the February 11 Fifth Annual
Kohler Invitational, and the March
17 Mosaic School tournament. K-
3 team members include: Alex
Holland, Brady Bates, Alex Unger,
David Unger, Grant Unger, Owen
Multer, Pranav Karra, Sophia
Zhang, Hugh Carey, George Bar-
rock, Elle Borowski, and Samuel
de Silva. Alex Holland took first
place overall as an individual, and
Brady Bates took second.
The following teams were first
place winners at the Sheboygan
County Grade Level Champi-
onships on April 28: Sec-
ond grade team: Grant
Unger, David Unger, and
Pranav Karra. Third grade
team: Alex Unger, Alex
Holland, Brady Bates. 7th-
12th Grade team: Nathan
Waniorek, Allison Pieper,
Lydia Waniorek. Grant and
Alex Unger both took sec-
ond place over all in that
tournament.
Kohler Chess Club ends season
with multiple first place wins
Alex Holland, Alex Unger, and Brady Bates
Winning members of Kohler Chess Club
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Juniors, Nick Scheppmann and
Logan Willis, led the Blue
Bombers boys golfers to their low-
est team score of the season with a
team score of 157 against Elkhart
Lake on May 3, 2012. This was
good for a 4 stroke victory over a
very strong Elkhart Lake perform-
ance. Scheppmann shot a career
low round of 1-under par 35 to
earn medalist honors on the 3282
yard Meadow Valleys Layout,
while Willis shot an even-par 36
(her 3rd round of par or better this
season). Also contributing for
Kohler were sophomore Derek Eg-
bert 40 and senior Alex Vander-
Schaaf 46. Ollie Sadiq paced the
Resorters with a 2-over par 38.
Scorecard:
KOHLER (157): Logan Willis 36, Nick Schep-
pmann 35, Derek Egbert 40, Alex Vander-
Schaaf 46. Elkhart Lake (161): Ollie Sadiq
38, Kyle Rentmeester 41, Tom Pritzl 39, Tyler
Kaboord 43.
Willis’ round of 74 at the May 2
SVA Golf Invitational at the very
difficult Bristlecone Pines Country
Club in Hartland is believed to be
a women's competitive course
record at Bristlecone Pines, course
according to Head Golf Profes-
sional, Paul LoCicero. The 22 team
Invitational annually features the
strongest field in all of high school
golf in the state. All ten of the top
10 ranked D1 schools participated,
as well as the top 3 ranked D2
schools. Kohler was the lone D3
school competing. Willis’ score
was good enough for 5th place out
of the 110 golfers. The field in-
cluded several boy who have ac-
cepted NCAA D1 scholarships
from top-25 rated schools. Several
Division 1 coaches attended the
event, including the UW-Madison
Women's Coaches.
Scorecard:
Nick Scheppmann 84, Derek Egbert 91, Alex
VanderSchaaf 92, Jess Dyksterhouse 110.
Kohler's team score of 341 was good enough
for 14th place out of the 22 teams. Top
ranked D1 team, Arrowhead, won the team
championship with a score of 305, while
Homestead's Jordan Niebrugge (recruit of
national powerhouse Oklahoma State) won
the individual title with a round of 70.
Logan Willis earned medalist
honors in the May 7 Central
Lakeshore Conference Dual Meet
against Oostburg at by shooting a
1-over par round of 37. Her current
season scoring average of 37.46 is
on pace to break the existing
school record of 37.87.
Scorecard:
KOHLER (167): Logan Willis 37, Nick Schep-
pmann 43, Derek Egbert 43, Alex Vander
Schaaf 44. Oostburg (188): Josh Smies 44,
Joe Smies 46, Ray Kolocek 48, Jerod Tenpas
50.
Kohler varsity
golfers Willis,
Scheppmann
earn medalist
honors
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NEW LISTING
1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO
3 bedroom 2 bath area condo •
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
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
NEW LISTING
520 W. Riverside Dr
MANY UPDATES!
Beautifully updated all brick Kohler home •
Pristine condition •
Formal living & dining room •
Den/Library •
Sunny kitchen w/granite counters & tile floor •
Redone half bath on the main level. •
Three bedrooms, full bath •
Walk-in storage closet in hall •
Clean, spacious basement & half bath. •
$246,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714
NEW LISTING
1103 Aspen Rd
RARE 5 BEDROOM HOME IN KOHLER
• 5 bedroom, 5 bath area home overlooking Kohler Stables
• Situated in the desirable Kohler West Subdivision
• Beautiful formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room
• Large kitchen with work island, great view of the backyard
• Main floor master suite with newly redone spa style bath
• 4 bedrooms on upper with "Jack & Jill" design, 2 full baths
• Main floor family room and lower level has huge family room
• Large private yard with custom deck and hot tub
• 2.5 car attached garage, mature landscaping
$419,900 #3702 Brian Homistion 889-9439
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
NEW LISTING
620 Green Tree Rd, Kohler
SPACIOUS KOHLER RANCH
Nearly 1900 sq ft of living space! •
Bright and spacious living room with bay window •
Extra large dining room great for entertaining •
Beautiful updated kitchen w/maple cabinetry & dinette area •
Good size master suite w/private bath redone in 2009 •
Main floor family room with wood burning fireplace •
Beautifully landscaped yard with drainage system and patio •
with gazebo, great place to relax or entertain
2 car attached garage features a storage closet •
Many updates, just move in and enjoy! •
$209,000 #3695 Shari Jensen 459-1714
NEW LISTING
138 Market St, Kohler
PRISTINE KOHLER COLONIAL
• 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
• Updated kitchen, maple cabinetry
• Large living room & formal dining
• Beautifully updated bathrooms
• Awesome lower level family room
• 4 car garage and nice size yard
• Just move in and enjoy!
$169,900 #3690 Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
NEW LISTING
118 E. Park Lane, Kohler
CLASSIC BRICK COLONIAL
• 4 Bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bath areas
• Beautiful formal living & dining rms
• Updated kitchen beautiful cabinetry
• Wood floors & crown moldings
• Main floor family rm & finished LL
• Walk-up attic for tons of storage
• All brick, new gutters
• 1 car detached garage
$289,000 #3688 Shari Jensen 459-1714
432 Ridge Court, Kohler
STATELY BRICK RANCH/PRESTIGIOUS
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 3
rd
bedroom
• Many updates such as roof and windows
• Screen porch offers blissful summer evenings
• Large yard features mature landscape
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT:
www.432ridgect.com
$259,000 #3654 Mike Daniels 946-0034
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
NEW LISTING
1111 Aspen Rd, Kohler
AMAZING MODERN/TRADITIONAL
KOHLER HOME
Amazing two story foyer with open staircase •
Sunken living/dining combination features 10' Tudor style ceilings •
Gourmet kitchen, granite counter tops, stainless appliances, terra •
cotta floors, octagon shaped dinette
Main floor family room has lovely wood burning fireplace •
Master suite with dressing area, walk-in closet and private bath •
Two other bedrooms are spacious and share a full bath •
Lower level family room has computer area, built-ins and wet bar •
2.5 car garage, beautifully landscaped yard, custom deck that has •
built-in planters and outdoor lighting
This home has all you could every want! •
$409,000 #3697 Terri Stewart 912-4303
NEW LISTING
1089-2B Creeks Cross, Kohler
CONTEMPORARY CONDO
Open floor plan condo/3 outdoor living areas! •
Great room with fireplace is open to dining & kitchen •
Nice size kitchen with natural cabinetry •
Main floor master bedroom suite private bath with •
whirlpool tub
Upper level master bedroom suite private bath with •
walk-in shower stall
Loft area on upper level is great study or office •
Main floor has half bath and laundry •
2 car garage, great covered porches and lovely land- •
scape
$184,900 #3693 Shari Jensen 459-1714
NEW LISTING
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
GORGEOUS MODERN COLONIAL
• Kohler home located on cul-de-sac
• Living/Dining combo w/gas FP
• Wood floors & open staircase
• Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances
• Dinette open to kitchen
• Main floor master bedroom suite
• 3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper
• Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached
• This home is a true dream home!
$619,000 #3692 Mike Daniels 946-0034
Kohler
Performing
Arts
Auction
Greg Suralik
entertains at
the Performing
Arts Event on
April 28.
Above: The “Pink Ladies” bring the
50s to the Broadway theme for this
year’s PAO Auction event.
Left: Auctioneer Daven Claerbout in-
troduces a kayak prize donated by
the Dyksterhouse family presented
by Ryan
Zittel, Sarah Lieck and
Michael Krueger.
See more photos at
kohlervillager.com!
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SHEBOYGAN CHRYSLER
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The Addition Of
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MAY 15, 2012
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BUSINESS CARD CORNER
James Sandora was
named director of con-
tent strategy and inte-
gration for Kohler
Co.’s corporate com-
munications depart-
ment.
In this role, he is re-
sponsible for the de-
velopment of a
strategic approach and
complementary process to creating
and distributing content to support
promotional efforts of the busi-
nesses. He will oversee integration
of content, media and digital tools,
as well as evaluate current tools
and merchandising efforts to en-
sure maximum impact.
Prior to joining Kohler,
Sandora spent five years as
a senior relationship man-
ager at Google. He then
moved on to media strat-
egy roles at Organic in San
Francisco and, most re-
cently, Booz & Company
in New York City.
He holds bachelor’s de-
grees in business management and
communication sciences from the
University of Wisconsin – Madi-
son, and an MBA from Columbia
Business School.
Kohler names Director
of Content Strategy
and Integration
James Sandora
James Marks was
named controller for
Kohler Co.’s global
faucets division.
In this role, he is re-
sponsible for all
Global Faucets fi-
nances, serving as the
financial leader and
advisor to key busi-
ness managers around the globe.
Before coming to Kohler, he
held finance leadership positions at
Diversey, Inc., a leading
global provider of cleaning
and hygiene solutions, most
recently serving as the
global finance director of
the building service contrac-
tor sector.
He holds a bachelor’s de-
gree in finance from the
University of Wisconsin –
Madison and an MBA from the
University of Chicago.
Kohler co. names
Global Faucets
Controller
James Marks
Mark Sbrocco was
named controller for
Kohler Co.’s kitchen and
bath group in the Ameri-
cas region.
In this role, he over-
sees the financial func-
tions of the Americas
kitchen and bath busi-
nesses, acting as finan-
cial advisor to key
managers and ensuring alignment
with Kohler Co. policies and pro-
cedures within the divi-
sion.
He joined
Kohler Co. in 2008 as
controller for the global
faucets division. He
holds a bachelor’s de-
gree in international
economics from the
University of Michigan
and an MBA from
Bowling Green State University.
Kohler Co. names
Kitchen & Bath Group
(Americas) Controller
Mark Sbrocco
Thomas Adler was
named controller for
Kohler Co.’s kitchen
and bath group.
In this role, he is
responsible for the
overall finances of the
kitchen and bath
group, advising the
business heads and
key business managers, and over-
seeing other business unit con-
trollers.
Since joining Kohler Co.
in 1987, he has advanced
through the finance depart-
ment, holding positions in
corporate, global faucets,
and the kitchen and bath
division in the Americas
region.
He holds a bachelor’s de-
gree in marketing and an
MBA from the University of Wis-
consin – Eau Claire.
Kohler Co. names
Kitchen & Bath Group
Controller
Thomas Adler
Brian Christensen was named
director of insurance and risk man-
agement for Kohler Co.
In this role, Christensen has
global responsibility for managing
the property and casualty risks of
Kohler Co. and its subsidiaries, in-
cluding implementing global insur-
ance programs, identifying and
analyzing risks, and developing
policies and procedures to mini-
mize losses. He is also
responsible for leading
the defense of product
liability claims using in-
ternal and external legal
and engineering experts.
Christensen joined
the Kohler Co. insur-
ance department in 1996
and since held positions
of increasing responsi-
bility, including Claims
Supervisor, Claims Op-
erations Manager and
Corporate Insurance
Manager. He earned a
bachelor’s degree in in-
surance and risk man-
agement, and finance
from the University of
Wisconsin – Madison.
Kohler names Director of Insurance
and Risk Management
Brian Christensen
IN THE GAME.
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You’ll get reliable protection and
solid agent service especially during
crunch time when you need it most.
We’re in the game, so you come out
feeling like a winner.
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and its Subsidiaries
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3626 Erie Ave.
Sheboygan, WI 53081
sbreitba@amfam.com
(920) 457-1950
Junior Achievement
announces new director
Junior Achievement
of Wisconsin is pleased
to announce Angelia
Neumann as the new di-
rector for the East Cen-
tral District, serving
Sheboygan, Mani-
towoc, and Calumet
counties.
Neumann holds a de-
gree in Non Profit Organization
Management from Lakeland Col-
lege and has served in
various nonprofits in
Sheboygan County
for the past ten years.
Prior to joining Junior
Achievement, Neu-
mann served as the
Youth Director for
Crossroads Commu-
nity Church and was a
co-founder of Sheboygan Teen
MOPs.
DEADLINES:
March 15 issue - March 1
April 1 issue - March 20
Contact Mary Struck: 920-331-4904
kohlervillager@charter.net
The Kohler
Villager
MAY 15, 2012
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a KOHLER experience
Service & Kohler Industry Nights
The Winery Bar at The American Club
Thursdays, 5pm to Midnight
A night dedicated to all associates of Kohler Co.
and hospitality associates from throughout the
area. There will be $7 appetizer plates and $2
Hors D’oeuvres. In addition, 30% off on all bot-
tles of wine and 20% off all other beverages.
Just show proof of employment with Kohler Co.
or an area service business to receive the pre-
ferred pricing. Food service until 10pm. The
Winery Bar is located immediately below the
front entrance to The American Club. 920-457-
8000
Exhibit: Delicate Drift
May 1 — July 15
ARTspace — A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Inspired by weather patterns, coral reefs, tidal
currents and ruffled shapes along sandy shores,
Illinois artist Vanessa L. Smith creates exquis-
itely detailed ceramic vessels from milky white
clay. 920-452-8602
Centennial Celebration Special
May 1-31
Wisconsin Trader
In celebration of the Village of Kohler’s upcom-
ing Centennial. Village of Kohler residents re-
ceive 20% off Kohler tees, sweatshirts and caps
with a valid driver’s license.
920-451-2113
Movers & Shakers - Kids Craft
May 15-16, 10am-2pm, $5.95 per child
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Create a colorful creature using Eeboo's fun
pipe cleaners. 920-453-2874
Healthy Sleep Workshop
May 19, 10:30am-Noon, $60 per person, or
bring a friend for $50 each
Intentions
Relaxation expert John M. Oestreicher will
teach you how to fall asleep easily and quickly.
Learn to sleep soundly and release the mind’s
endless chatter to have a restful night. Practical
applications will be given to develop a calm and
peaceful mind. 920-457-9543
Heal with Reiki Seminar
May 19, 1-2pm, Free
Intentions
Learn about this healing energy at our free sem-
inar. Reiki Master-Teacher John M. Oestreicher
explains levels of training, how Reiki is used in
hospitals around the world, what to expect dur-
ing a session and hosts informal Q&A.
920-457-9543
Rock the Core!
May 20, 10:30am-12:30pm, $30
Yoga on the Lake
In Rock the Core, we will be finding several lev-
els of engagement-from general to subtle-of the
pelvic floor. Then we'll explore the possibilities
of the lower abdominals, and move on to addi-
tional 'core' support areas that can be recruited
within your yoga practice. This class will be
mixed-level, with options available for students
of many levels of experience, but some experi-
ence with a vinyasa style of yoga is recom-
mended. 920-453-2817
Giggles & Squiggles Storytime & Art
May 23, 10-10:45am., $5 per child
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Join us as we read a story and do a fun art proj-
ect! Recommended for ages 3-5 years old with
an adult. 920-453-2874
Wine & Cheese Sale
May 31-June 3
Woodlake Market
Specials on specialty wine & cheese.
920-457-6570
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to reg-
ister call Sports Core at 920-457-4444.
Let’s Make Some Racquet 2012:
June 18-August 1
Tough Mudder Workshops: May 1-24,
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:45-6:45pm
Tiny Tot Kamps: May 2 & 15, 9-10:30am
Line Dance: May 9, 6:45-8:15pm
Kids Night Out!: May 11, 5-9pm
Kids Zumba: May 25, 4-4:45pm
Bootcamp: May 29-June 28, Tuesdays &
Thursdays, 5:45-6:45pm
Practice Dance Party: May 30, 6:45-8:45pm
MAY SPECIALS (Valid May 1-31, 2012)
Membership: Get More at Sports Core. Join
Sports Core through May 31 and save $150 on
Enrollment Fee (normally $295) and $75 in
Sports Core Cash. 920-208-4664
Pro Shop: Celebrate Mother’s Day & Enjoy $5
off a $50 purchase
Salon: Receive $50 off the Brazilian Kertain
hair strengthening treatment
TAKE 5: Enjoy 20% off any healthy choice item
on the Take 5 Menu
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Kohler Co. Welcomes
Richard Boyer as
Executive Chef of The
American Club Resort
With more than 20 years experience,
Chef Boyer brings creative culinary flare
to Kohler’s 11 dining establishments
Kohler Co. is pleased to an-
nounce the appointment of
Richard Boyer as Executive Chef
of The American Club Resort.
Located in Kohler, Wisconsin, the
resort is one of only 36 hotels in
the world to hold both Forbes
Five-Star and AAA Five-Dia-
mond distinctions, and is also in-
ternationally-known for its
Championship golf at Whistling
Straits and Blackwolf Run.
Chef Boyer brings more than 20
years of experience on all levels
of kitchen management and culi-
nary arts, in both casual and up-
scale fine dining restaurants. He
will apply his culinary and man-
agement expertise at all 11 dining
establishments throughout The
American Club Resort, which in-
clude the Forbes Four-Star Immi-
grant Restaurant, The Wisconsin
Room, Horse & Plow and Cucina
Italian Restaurant.
Prior to joining The American
Club Resort, Chef Boyer has a
long history of experience at top-
rated resorts and restaurants in-
cluding the Five-Star Boca Raton
Resort and Club and Five-Dia-
mond Arizona Biltmore Resort &
Spa. Additionally, he has been
part of the talented teams at The
Royal Palms Resort and Spa, The
Phoenician Resort, The Broad-
moor Hotel and highly decorated
Chef Eric Ripert’s Le Bernadin in
New York City. Most recently he
was Executive Chef at the Bilt-
more Estate in Asheville, North
Carolina, where he created a farm
to table restaurant concept.
“Chef Boyer joins us at a most
exciting time at the resort. Fresh
off the heels of our Forbes Five-
Star award, Rick’s reputation for
creativity and leadership will en-
sure an outstanding five star culi-
nary experience across the
Resort,” said Debbie Taylor,
Group President-Hospitality &
Real Estate for Kohler Co.
Chef Boyer received his educa-
tion at the New England Culinary
Institute in Montpelier, Vermont
and is a native of Massachusetts.
KOHLER GOLF EXPO 2012
Saturday, June 2 from 9am to
3pm
Whistling Straits Driving Range
› Complimentary golf lessons
› Register to win golf rounds,
merchandise, 60-minute golf
lessons and other prizes
› Representatives from Titleist,
TaylorMade, Nike, Cleveland
Golf, Bridgestone, Allen Ed-
monds Golf Shoes and more
› Free Nike Departure Toiletry
Kit with purchases of $100 of or
more
For more information on the
Kohler Golf Expo, call Whistling
Straits Golf Shop at 920-565-
6062, or visit AmericanClub.com.
Kohler Golf Academy Spring &
Summer Clinics
For more information on the
Kohler Golf Academy visit
www.KohlerGolfAcademy.com
or call 920-565-6075.
Get Golf Ready Clinics
$149 for a Five Week Session
Begins May 9 at Whistling Straits
Junior Camps
Starting at $50
Begins week of June 18 at Black-
wolf Run & Whistling Straits
FYI – Fore Your Information
Kohler Golf News
Kohler Festival of
Beer – Frothy
Featured Event
FUN BY THE BARREL.
Experience Kohler Festival of
Beer; a well-crafted celebration
of malts, hops and the art of
brewing. Most people raise a
glass to celebrate their
appreciation of beer. We raise a
tent and give the art of brewing
its very own three-day festival.
The Village of Kohler will come
alive as the country's top craft
brewers converge in a
celebration of suds at the 4th
Annual Kohler Festival of Beer
on June 1-3.
Featured Event:
Shorts & Chefs
Sunday, June 3
Noon to 3pm
$45 per person
Join some of the best local and
regional restaurant chefs as they
kick off the summer by firing up
grills and creating some of their
favorite dishes. Chefs will be
Kohler Waters Spa new service:
Cheers to the Suds in Tubs Pedicure!
Back on tap for the summer at
the Kohler Waters Spa. This
popular, beer-inspired pedicure
begins with a relaxing foot soak
features 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 signature lime sea
salts combined with hollyhock
oil is performed. A foot massage
with green tea and lime leaf body
butter followed by warm booties
and a full pedicure completes
this treatment. Served with a
petite sampling of a seasonal
beer. This 50 minute service is
available for $85 plus gratuity.
Call 920-457-8000 for
reservations.
paired with brewery
representatives who feature
complemen tary, unique beers. So
put on your shorts, enjoy live
entertainment as well as fantastic
fare and brew.
The complete schedule, tickets
and hotel packages for the 2012
Kohler Festival of Beer are
available online at
AmericanClub.com/beerfestival or
by calling 1-800-344-2838.
Tickets, day passes, weekend
passes and hotel packages are
now available.
Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

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