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Volume 5, Number 9

APRIL, 2010
Raise a glass to the
second annual Kohler
Festival of Beer
Food, Fun and Brews
May 28-30, 2010
Beer lovers are invited to have a second
round of its successful Kohler Festival of
Beer, which will be held over Memorial Day
Weekend, May 28 through May 30, 2010.
The popular festival-style event, which sold
out in its first year, is full of beer-themed
happenings, homebrew competition, and
tastings from more than 30 brewers. We de-
signed this festival to attract beer enthusiasts
from all over the country to visit Kohler for
a weekend focused on a celebration of Wis-
consins passion for beer and its beer making
heritage, said Stephen Beaumont, Director
of Lodging for Destination Kohler.
We are thrilled with the success of the
inaugural event last year and look forward
to continuing to grow the Kohler Festival of
Beer into one of the largest beer tasting
events in the United States.
Tickets to the three-day event are avail-
able now and beer enthusiasts are encour-
aged to reserve their pints by purchasing
tickets or day passes early. The festival will
feature unique offerings including the signa-
ture Saturday evening Cheers to Beers
Grand Tasting, where event-goers can sam-
ple an extensive selection of beers from
breweries around the world and vote for
their favorites. The grand prize winning beer
will be available throughout the summer at
the resorts signature pub and restaurant, the
Horse & Plow, located at The American
The celebration will commence on Friday
night with a Tapping Party at the Kohler Fes-
tival of Beer Main Stage Tent featuring un-
released and new Wisconsin beers, and the
Beer Lovers Seafood Buffet at The Wiscon-
sin Room. The fun continues on Saturday
with the Eggs & Kegs breakfast buffet fea-
turing a delicious sampling of brews, and the
Blackwolf Run Beer Cup Golf Tournament
on the Original Championship Course. The
weekends finale features Sunday evenings
Blues, Brews & BBQ celebration serving
barbeque-style cuisine, live blues music,
and, of course, a wide assortment of beers.
New for 2010 is the fun and tasty event,
Shorts and Chefs, featuring top local and re-
gional chefs pairing grilled creations with
beer. Other signature events include Cheers
to Beers at the renowned Kohler Design
Center and a Homebrewers Competition,
judged by American Homebrew Competi-
tion certified judges. On Friday and Satur-
day, guests can raise a stein at the Horse &
Plow Beer Garden located at the Inn on
Woodlake Outdoor Terrace. Additional ac-
tivities, complimentary events, and tastings
are offered throughout the weekend.
Guests will also be treated to a variety of
live music throughout the weekend. Musical
groups scheduled to perform include Copper
Box at the Tapping Party, Water Street Hot
Shots at the Homebrewers Competition and
Shorts and Chefs, and Cash Box Kings at
Blues, Brews & BBQ.
Fans can follow the event on Facebook to
find brewery additions, event details, and
special offers by searching Kohler Festival
of Beer.
Asample of breweries include:
Wisconsin Central Waters (Amherst),
Great Dane (Madison), Leinenkugels
(Chippewa Falls), Sprecher (Milwaukee),
Tyranena (Lake Mills)
International Chimay, Duvel/Ommegang,
Peroni, Pilsner Urquell
New to 2010 Crispin (Waukesha, WI),
Keweenaw Brewing Company (South
Range, MI), Left Hand Brewing Company
(Longmont, CO)
The complete schedule, tickets, and hotel
packages for out of town guests for the 2010
Kohler Festival of Beer are available online
at www.DestinationKohler.com/beerfestival
or by calling 1-800-344-2838. Tickets are
available now a la carte and as day passes.
The Saturday Day Pass includes the Cheers
to Beers and Homebrewers Competition for
$70 per person. The Sunday Day Pass is
available for $115 per person and includes
Eggs & Kegs breakfast, Shorts and Chefs,
and Blues, Brews & BBQ events.
Two-night hotel packages on Saturday
and Sunday evenings start at $420 per per-
son at The American Club and are also of-
fered at the recently remodeled Inn on
Woodlake starting at just $320 per person.
Packages include select event tickets. Prices
are based on double occupancy.
By Kevin Struck, UW-Extension
Verizon Wireless, Cellcom, and U.S. Cel-
lular received approval on March 15 from
the Kohler Village Board to install 27 anten-
nas just below the roofline on the four exte-
rior facades of the 80-foot tall Kohler Co.
Brass Building, located at 500 Highland
Drive. The antennas will be flush mounted
to the sides of the building and enclosed in
stealth antenna enclosures to help conceal
the antennas from view. The enclosures will
also be painted brown to match existing air
handling equipment on the building.
Coverage for wireless devices served by
certain carriers has always been spotty in
portions of the Village. This installation
should address most, if not all, of the cover-
age problems, although a fourth carrier,
Sprint, dropped out of the proposal for finan-
cial reasons.
Its been a long process, said Verizon
representative Peter Schau, referring to the
process of obtaining the necessary permits,
which began as far back as 2006, when a
proposal was initially brought forth to place
antennas on light pole extensions at the
Kohler Schools football field.
The Villages ordinance regulating wire-
less communication facilities (e.g., cell tow-
ers and antennas) requires that visual
impacts on the Village are minimized.
Specifically, any facilities must 1) be sited in
areas of the Village zoned Industrial; 2) use
stealth technology whenever possible to help
facilities blend in with surrounding struc-
tures or vegetation; and 3) locate new anten-
nas on existing structures in lieu of building
new structures. The proposed facilities meet
all of these requirements. Further, the nearest
residential structure to the proposed facilities
is over 700 feet away.
Due to the historical significance of the
Brass Building, the proposed wireless facil-
ities also had to gain approval from the Wis-
consin State Historical Society.
Kohler Co., as the owner of the Brass
Building, will receive lease payments from
the three carriers in exchange for allowing
the installation of wireless antennas and
equipment on its property.
The Federal Telecommunications Act of
1996 allows local communities to regulate
the placement of wireless facilities, such as
cellular antennas, within the community.
However, outright bans are not allowed.
New cellular
antennas to
fill coverage
gaps in Village
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THE KOHLER VILLAGER welcomes contributions of news and photos of civic
events from readers. Editorial staff reserves the right to edit as necessary.
Advertising and submission deadline: The 20th of each month.
Traditionally, commu-
nities that have strong
economic bases, aca-
demically strong
schools, and vital
churches will be sought
out as places to live.
Consequently, the Village of Kohler is
sought out by many people when consider-
ing moving to this area. The three local
Churches have been an integral part of the
marketing for moving to this area.
At the March Village Board Meeting a
building permit was issued to St Johns
Catholic Church for an addition and renova-
tions. The addition will extend from the pres-
ent main entrance to the parking lot. It will
provide a covered entrance, new gathering
area, and accessibility upgrades. Key archi-
tectural design elements of the structure will
be integrated into the addition to maintain its
original aesthetic characteristics. Its fantas-
tic that St. Johns is committed to its current
location and planning for its future in the
Village of Kohler. The Village of Kohlers
other places of worship, Bethany Lutheran
and Grace UCC, have also shown the same
commitment in the past by expanding their
facilities. The continued investment in wor-
ship opportunities adds to the strength of our
Permits for the construction of wireless
telecommunications facilities were approved
at the March Village Board Meeting for Ver-
izon and US Cellular. Their location will be
on top of the Kohler Co. Brass Building.
This project is the culmination of several
years of work with input from village resi-
dents, the Kohler Co. and an outside consult-
ant the Village of Kohler engaged. Fees for
the consultant are covered by cellular
providers requesting the permits. With the
Kohler Co.s assistance and cooperation, the
From the Village Board President . . .
After securing a tax ID number and in-
surance, and agreeing on bylaws, the Kohler
Civic Club is now official.
The new club will absorb some of the
projects started by the now dissolved
Kohler Kiwanis Club, including production
and distribution of the Village telephone di-
rectory, and overseeing the dissemination of
funds to Special Olympics. New projects
and social events are also being discussed.
Civic minded individuals seeking to
meet people, develop leadership skills,
serve your community, or just have fun, are
invited to join the Kohler Civic Club every
first and third Thursday of the month for
lunch at 12:00 noon at Blackwolf Run. (Up-
coming April meetings are April 1 and 15).
Beginning May 1, the group will hold 7:30
a.m. breakfast meetings for the summer
months at a yet-to-be-determined location.
The annual membership fee will be an af-
fordable $25.
For more information, contact secretary
Donna Krueger:donna.krueger@charter.net.
Still time to advertise
in Village telephone
There is still time to purchase advertising
space in the 2010 Kohler Village Directory
which is produced annually by the Kohler
Civic Club. The residents of the Village
have come to rely upon the directory for
useful information about locally based busi-
nesses and services. More importantly, the
proceeds from the directory ads enable the
Kohler Civic Club to provide valuable fi-
nancial assistance to a number of worth-
while community causes and organizations.
The deadline to submit ads is April 15,
2010. Contact Donna Krueger at don-
nakrueger@charter.net, or Amy Balge at
abalge@att.net or 458-1617.
The 2010 directory is scheduled to be
distributed to all Village of Kohler residents
sometime in early May.
New Kohler Civic Club is
official welcomes new
April 21
Kohler Waters Spa
at The American Club
Kohler, Wisconsin
Join professional estheticians from Kohler Waters Spa and makeup
artist Jennifer Honeycutt as they introduce La Bella Donna mineral
makeup, revolutionary line of cosmetics designed to enhance your skin.
Bring in your old makeup bag, and well help you toss whats dated,
reinvent whats good and add whats needed to create the ultimate
look for spring and summer.
$30 per person includes a 40-minute makeup application and consultation
along with a new makeup bag. Fee can be applied to La Bella Donna retail
purchases during the event.
Space is limited. Advance reservations required. Reservation fee is non-refundable.
Renew Your Look
for Spring and Summer
Spring Cleaning
Attorney 1ason E. Dierkes
primary objective of locating a suitable site
outside of our residential areas was met.
In conjunction with the 2010 PGACham-
pionship Tournament at Whistling Straits
this summer, we are fortunate to have the
PGAChampionship Museum Exhibit at the
Woodlake Shops from April 25th through
August 22nd. If you didnt have the oppor-
tunity to view the exhibit in 2004, Id en-
courage you to do so this year. Even if
youre not an avid golf fan, youll be amazed
at the personal items on display from previ-
ous champions. Its a virtual history of all
the top champions who are household names
from the world of golf.
Finally, as the spring rains help to clear
the landscape, the beauty of the new Lost
Woods Park Pavilion becomes more evident.
The Village Board is pleased to announce
that the last leg of construction, which is
landscaping, will be completed as soon as
the area around the structure dries out. Our
DPW employees will handle the cleaning up
of the shrubbery/trees around the building.
This is your building, please come by to
view it and if interested in using it for a spe-
cial occasion contact the Village Clerks Of-
Until next time
Steve Reinbacher
Village President
The World
of Wine
Wine Tasting
Thursday, May 13th
6-8 p.m.
Dont miss this evening of fine wines,
fine food and fun. Visit tasting stations from
Argentina/Chile, Switzerland, the United
States and Wisconsin to sample wines from
The Wine House as well as hors de oeuvres
from Bread & Bean Eatery. It will be a
night to remember. Tickets are just $25
and may be purchased at Chamber-Main
Street, Bemis Bath Shoppe and The Wine
For more information call 467-6206
An event to benefit Sheboygan Falls Chamber-
Main Street Streetscape projects hosted at the
award winning Bemis Bath Shoppe building
in Historic Sheboygan Falls
On April 22, 2010 the Sheboygan County
Master Gardener Volunteers will present a
workshop on Organic Gardening and Sus-
tainable Living. This 2-hour session, from
6:30 8:30 pm, will be held at the Sheboy-
gan County University Extension Campus
located at 5 University Drive in Sheboygan.
The cost for the seminar is $10.00 for any
Sheboygan County Master Gardener Volun-
teer, and $15.00 for the general public.
Authorized and paid for by Marlene Yang for Kohler School Board
Committed to serving
our community
Vote on April 6
to elect
Marlene Yang
Kohler Village
School Board
Kohler native Walter J. Butch Ireland
passed away at the age of 86 on March 21,
2010 at Sunny Ridge Nursing Home where
he had been a resident for three weeks.He
was laid to rest at Kohler Woodland Ceme-
tery on March 24.
Ireland was born in Kohler on June 15,
1923 and graduated from Kohler High
School in 1941. He furthered his education
at Marquette University, then served his
country in the U.S. Air Force during WWII.
Long-time public servant
Walter ButchIreland
dies at 86
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Ireland married Mabel F. Spatzek of
Sheboygan in 1946, and was
only 27 when he was elected to
represent Kohler on the She-
boyganCounty Board in
1951. He was a State of
Wisconsin Assemblyman
from 1958-1960.
Irelands 35 years on the
County Board included
serving four years as its
chairman. He also chaired the
Sheboygan County Airport
Building Committee, and served
on numerous other committees in-
cluding the Sheboygan County
Association of Commerce;
Lightfoot School Committee; Rocky Knoll
Building Addition and Conversion Commit-
tee; Great Lakes Planning Committee; and
Building Committee for Sunny Ridge. Ire-
land was Secretary of the Kohler Fire De-
partment for 45 years, was member of the
Kohler Police Athletic League, and was Life
Member of American Legion Post 83.
Ireland owned Kullman Insurance
Agency in Sheboygan, retiring in 1986. He
was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church
in Kohler.
State Senator Joe Leibham considered
Ireland a good friend and mentor: Butch
was a good friend, supporter, and mentor. I
appreciate the stories he shared with
me regarding his term in the State
Assembly and was inspired by
his lifetime of service to his
country, state, county and
community, Liebham said
in a press release. Butch
and his wife, Mabel, pro-
vided tremendous support
to me and other Republican
candidates. Whether it was
helping secure funds to en-
sure we had a booth at the
county fair, reminding us to at-
tend the Kohler brat frys, or assem-
bling yard signs in recent years,
Butch and Mabel were a team
that was dedicated to grassroots participation
in the political process. Butch Ireland will be
missed, but I am confident his passion for
public service will live on in those of us he
inspired and motivated.
In addition to his wife, Mabel, Butch is
survived by a daughter, Sandra (George)
Sherman of Greenfield, Indiana; four grand-
children, Heidi (Larry) Davidson, Kelly
(Larry) Hutson, Jessica Sherman and Kelly
(Trent) Brown; and three great-grandchil-
dren, Nicholas Ireland Hutson, Christina
Hutson and John Hutson. He was preceded
in death by his parents, and a sister, Ruth
Walter J. Butch Ireland
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Kohler Class of 1940-41
Spring election
Four school board candidates will be
competing for two vacant seats on the school
board. Following the election, the school
board will appoint someone to fill the unex-
pired term of Jim O'Donnell after he stepped
down last month.
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Saturday, April 24 ~10:00am-3:00 pm
Spring is Bursting in Historic Sheboygan Falls
; Wilson "Lincoln Home" Tour & Palo
Popcorn Tour
; Art Walk featuring Artist, Kitty Lynne
Klich and Student Artists
; Spring Fling Raffle
; Special Sales and Discounts
; Spring Window Display Contest
; Sheboygan Falls Fire Station & Orange
Cross Open House
; Kettle Karvers 20th Annual Show at the
Municipal Building
; Chamber-Main Street Brat Fry at the
Municipal Building
504 Broadway, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Email: chambermnst@sheboyganfalls.org
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Authorized and paid for by John Pethan for Village Trustee
FEE OF $150 (VALUE $295).
As a member, youll enjoy a
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group tness classes, tness
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Home & Hearth
Swings Into Spring
board member and finance committee mem-
ber of the Boys & Girls Club of Sheboygan.
Laure Ropson, Operations Manager at
the Bank, will be responsi-
ble for supervising the Op-
erations staff. She was
previously employed at
Baylake Bank in Green
Bay. Ropson earned her
bachelors degree in busi-
ness administration from
Lakeland College. She resides in the Green
Bay area and is a Green Bay Miracle League
Buddy, as well as a childrens church teacher
at the Woodland Worship Center.
First Manitowoc Bancorp, Inc. provides
financial services through its sole subsidiary,
Bank First National, a national banking as-
sociation incorporated in 1894. The Bank is
an independent community bank with 12
Kohler with his wife, Amy. They have two
grown children.
Joanne Enders joins the Bank as the Con-
troller in the Finance De-
partment. Enders spent the
past seven years as Director
of Finance in the healthcare
industry, working at St.
Nicholas Hospital in She-
boygan from 2007 to 2010,
and Calumet Medical Cen-
ter in Chilton from 2003 to 2006. Prior to
working in the healthcare industry she was a
cost accountant analyst at Bemis Manufac-
turing in Sheboygan Falls. She received her
bachelors degree in accounting and her
masters degree in business from Lakeland
College. Enders resides in the Kiel area with
her husband, David, and their three children,
Jonathan, Caitlin and Gabrielle. She is a
Michael B. Molepske, CEO at Bank First
National, is pleased to announce the addi-
tion of three new employees to the Bank:
Richard Balge, Joanne En-
ders and Laure Ropson.
Richard Balge, Vice Pres-
ident of Retail Banking,
joins our Sheboygan office
after spending nearly 29
years with M&I Bank.
Balge received his bache-
lors degree in finance from UW-Milwau-
kee, and his masters degree in management
from Cardinal Stritch University. He is also
a graduate of the Graduate School of Bank-
ing. Balge currently serves as president of
the John Michael Kohler Arts Center Board,
an officer of the Sheboygan Symphony Or-
chestra Board, and a board member of the
LTC Foundation Board. He resides in
For Better Banking, Think First.
Bank First National is pleased to welcome
Rich Balge, Vice President of Retail Banking
With over 29 years of banking experience, Rich understands the importance of
personal relationships. Richs vast experience, combined with the ability to tailor
products to ft your needs, are sure to be a great ft for you.
Rich received his bachelors degree in fnance from UW-Milwaukee, and his
masters degree in management from Cardinal Stritch University. He is also a
graduate of the Graduate School of Banking. Balge currently serves as president of
the John Michael Kohler Arts Center Board, an ofcer of the Sheboygan Symphony
Orchestra Board, and a board member of the LTC Foundation Board.
If you enjoy personalized banking, call Rich today
at 694-1918 and discover the benefts of better
banking at Bank First National.
Great relationships start
with the right people.
2600 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan
(920) 694-1900
2323 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth
(920) 893-1611
Bank First ational
announces new hires
Richard Balge Joanne Enders Laure Ropson
so take a
Take time for yourself or grab your best friend and enjoy the day together.
Kohler Waters Spa is your partner in achieving a healthy lifestyle. Whether
its massage or body services to detoxify, or facials to enhance your inner
beauty, make spa a part of your wellness regimen.
Valid Sundays (after 2pm) through Fridays. Some restrictions apply. Not valid with other special offers.
Discount taken on the lower-priced service. Second service must be taken by same person on same spa
visit. The spa will be closed for annual maintenance Monday, March 22, through Friday, March 26.
During March and April,
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loan, deposit, investment advisory and trust
products at each of its banking offices. In-
surance products are available through
Ansay & Associates, LLC. Trust, investment
advisory and other financial services are of-
fered through the Bank First Nationals
Wealth Management Group. The Bank is a
co-owner of a data processing subsidiary,
United Financial Services, Inc., which pro-
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169 full time equivalent staff and has assets
of $848 million as of January 31, 2010.
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Sheboygan County
Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program
As your Village Trustee, I am committed to providing fair, open and
honest leadership. My goals are to maintain a low tax mill rate, yet
still maintain the wonderful amenities the residents deserve. It is a
privilege to serve and I ask for your continued support.
Will continue to ensure a mutually beneficial relationship be-
tween the Village of Kohler and the Kohler Co.
Willing to ask tough questions and not satisfied with the status
Assisted with the Lost Wood Park Pavilion and School Street Improvements.
On the negotiation team that essentially provided the same coverage to the
Union-represented employees at a cheaper cost to the Village.
Member of the Property, Building and Compensation Committees.
Vote on April 6
to Re-elect
Brett Edgerle
as Village Trustee
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Restoration Gardens
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and Grow
Heirloom seeds by
Seed Savers Exchange
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available now!
New giftware arriving
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April 1st
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riverfront location opens
May 8th Pick up some
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May 1st
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As a Kohler Village Board member the past two years it has
been a pleasure to serve this community in a fair and
consistent manner. My decisions while serving on the board
are made knowing I have a fiscal responsibility to the village
residents, while at the same time being open-minded to
ongoing development opportunities enhancing the welfare of
all. I will continue to draw upon my 17 years of commercial
banking and finance experience to proactively identify the
best ways to maintain our special amenities within the
Village, while keeping a disciplined approach to reviewing
our budget, control spending and of course your property
taxes. Your continued support on April 6th would be greatly
Currently Vice President of Commercial Lending at M&I Bank serving Sheboygan
and Manitowoc counties.
Past Vice President of Business Banking with Associated Bank in Sheboygan.
Worked in private and business banking as Assistant Vice President with Wells
Fargo for 9 years.
Currently serve as a board member and past president of Junior Achievement -
Sheboygan County for over 10 years.
Served on Sheboygan YMCA board 1999-2006, Kohler Kiwanis member 2005-
2009, Sheboygan Chamber Economics Committee 1999-2003.
Serve on Finance Committee, 2008-present.
Chair of Cemetery Commission, 2009.
Serving on Ebben Field renovation committee, 2009-2010.
Supported the renovation of the Children's Pool for 2010
Supported the renovation of the old pump house into a new park shelter at Lost
Woods Park.
Supported the Non-motorized Transportation grant for Sheboygan County, over
$900,000 to be used for projects by the Village of Kohler, Kohler School and the
Kohler Company.
Wife Kristin (Guske) grew up in Kohler
Three daughters attending Kohler School, Megan, Amanda and Samantha.
Authorized and paid for by John Renzelmann for Village Trustee
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Samantha Linck, a 2007 Kohler graduate,
received All-American status for the high
jump at the NCAADivision II Indoor Track
and Field National competition held in Al-
buquerque, New Mexico on March 12-13.
Samantha is a junior at Lewis University in
Romeoville, IL.
Samantha received her All-American sta-
tus by placing seventh in the national com-
petition with a jump of 1.71 meters (5' 7
The top eight finishers at the national event
earn All-American collegiate status.
The earning of this status caps a great in-
door season for Samantha. Despite fighting
through a foot injury, she was able to set a
new Lewis University indoor record with
her top jump of the season of 1.75 meters (5'
9"). This jump also earned her the field ath-
lete of the week award from the Great Lakes
Valley Conference and ranked her in the top
three high jumpers in NCAA Division II in
the nation.
Samantha was jumping great at the end
of the season, and definitely peaked at the
right time. She had a couple early misses at
lower heights which kept her from placing
higher. We just wanted to be an All-Ameri-
can this season, and now that she has earned
this award, we will try to win a National
Title in the next year, said LewisUniversity
track and cross country coach Dana
Schwarting. Sami has a great work ethic,
and always does more than is expected of
her. If she can continue to improve just a lit-
tle each year, she will be able to compete at
the post-collegiate level.
Kohler track coach Duane DuMez said
Sami is the first one in his 30-year coaching
history to receive an All-American status.
This is a great accomplishment and well
deserved. This honor is a reflection on her
hard work ethics and her coachability, said
The Lewis Flyers womens track and
field team was the 2010 conference champi-
ons in the 15-college Great Lakes Valley
Conference. Samantha also has participated
in the 55 meter hurdles, pentathlon (indoor:
hurdles, 800m run, high jump, weight throw,
and long jump) and the heptathlon (outdoor:
pentathlon events plus javelin and 200m
Sami Linck earns
All-American honors
Kohler Soccer Club
thanks sponsors
The Kohler Soccer Club would like to thank the generous businesses that sponsored
the Scott Roberts Memorial 3 x 3 Soccer Tournament:
Plymouth Foam
Kohler Co.
Masters Gallery
Wenig Funeral Homes
Dr. James Magestro
Dr. Jeff Herold
Dr. Peter Steinert
Falls Healing Arts
Bitter eumann
Sweet Potatoes
ot Just Soccer
Wal-Mart Supercenter orth
Jimmy Johns
Blattners Piggly Wiggly
Big Apple Bagels
Also, a very big thank you to all the volunteers who worked so hard to make this years
event a big success. We especially would like to thank the Kohler Public Schools for all
their support!!!
Kohler consolation
The Kohler sixth grade girls won the consolation basketball championship at Christ
Child Academy.
Front from left: Amanda Meyer, Lauren Kelm. Second row: Alissa Griswold, Amanda
Egbert, Jamie Pagelow, Lani Chung. Top row: Coach Meyer, Isabelle Heins, Megan
Renzelmann, Hannah Frey, Coach Frey.
LKC Youth Football
Sign up April 15
Kohler Youth Football returns for another
exciting season
The Lutheran Kohler Christian Youth
Football Program begins its second year
with an informational meeting and official
sign up on Thursday, April 15 at 7pm in the
cafeteria of the Kohler School. All kids en-
tering grades 5th though 8th for the 2010-11
school-year are eligible to play. This tackle
football program is part of the Sheboygan
Youth Football League, which consists of
teams from Sheboygan County.
This football program is designed to de-
velop our kids for the LKC high school foot-
ball program. All teaching drills, plays and
basic rules will be supervised by the high
school football staff. This will provide the
kids an opportunity to learn the game before
they get to the high school level.
The coaches will give a short program to
provide more details on the program and an-
swer any questions parents might have. Par-
ents and kids are encouraged to attend as
there will be on-site registration. Registra-
tion for returning players is $80 if they will
use last years practice jersey, and $100 for
new players. New players receive a new,
customized keepsake jersey and mouth
guard. Equipment is provided and included
in the registration fees thanks to the gener-
ous donations from last year, including the
involvement of the Kohler Police Athletic
League (KPAL).
If you are unable to attend and want to
sign up in advance of the meeting,
please contact Scott Silvestri (amysil-
vestri@att.net) at 457-6363; or John Elmen-
dorf (johnot@progressivebeginnings.com)
at 451-9171.
The coaching staff looks forward to see-
ing interested participants on Thursday,
April 15 at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
SCTA announces
summer tennis
programs in Kohler
The Sheboygan County Tennis Association
(SCTA) will be sponsoring the following
tennis events this spring and summer:
Tennis Block Party: Sunday, May 2, noon-
3 pm at Sheboygan South High Tennis
Courts. Join us for fun games, drills, and on-
court activities at this free event activities
are geared for all members of the family! In-
formation will be available for many area
summer tennis programs, such as lessons,
tournaments, and camps.
Midwest Youth Team Tennis: This team-
based program utilizing the QuickStart pro-
gram (lower nets, foam balls, and smaller
racquets) is for kids ages 10 and under be-
gins June 14. Registration opens April 1.
Contact Kayce Reinertsen at 452-2533 for
more information.
USTA Junior Team Tennis: This team-
based program for kids ages 11-18 begins
June 14. Various age and ability levels are
offered. Registration opens April 1. Contact
Wendy Tauscheck at 467-3770 or
scta.jtt@live.com for more information.
Registration forms for these programs are
available in both the elementary/middle
school and high school offices. Visit the
SCTAwebsite at SCTAonline.tripod.com for
registration forms and more information.
Total Tennis Mini-Camps To Be Offered
This Summer
USPTA-certified Tennis Professional/High
School Tennis Coach Wendy Tauscheck will
be offering two sessions of Total Tennis
Mini-Camp at Kohler this summer:
Session 1 for girls ages 13-18, June 28-July
Session 2 for boys and girls ages 13-18, July
The mini-camps, held from noon-3 pm each
day of the session, will focus on tennis fit-
ness specifically strength and condition-
ing, along with footwork, agility, stretching,
strokes, and nutrition. Erika Tauscheck,
ACSM (American College of Sports Medi-
cine) certified fitness instructor, along with
former Kohler High School tennis player
Charlie Reinertsen, will assist Coach
Tauscheck. Registration forms are available
in the high school office. Contact Wendy
Tauscheck at 467-3770 or
wendy.tauscheck@gmail.com with any
Village of Kohler Recreation Department
Tennis Lessons
Six one-week sessions of tennis lessons for
kids ages 4-14 will again be offered through
the Rec Department. Session 1 will begin the
week of June 21, and lessons will again be
held during the morning, Monday through
Friday of each week. Please see the summer
brochure for complete details and registra-
tion information.
Building a TRADITION a WINNING Tradition!
Kohler Soccer Team - 1926
State Finalist 2009; Sectional Champion 2009
Regional Champion 2009; 08; 07; 06
CLC Conference Champion 2009; 08; 07
NSCAA Academic Award 2009, 08
On March 6th & 7th the Kohler Soccer Club held its annual Scott Roberts
Memorial 3v3 Soccer Tournament. 50 teams participated over the two days
which included boys and girls teams from U8 to High School. One of the teams
that participated in the U-10 Girls Division was the Kohler Hedgehogs. This 4th
Grade team consisted of Sarah Cassidy, Olivia DePagter, Grace Nugent, Khloe
Rustan, and Madeleine Wandschneider and was coached by Leslie Cassidy.
The girls played well all day and made it to the finals where they took 2nd Place.
Despite the loss, the girls displayed great effort and super team spirit! In fact,
they created their own Hedgehog cheer!
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make this years tournament a great
success and to all the teams and players for being part of
the WINNING Tradition!

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KHS basketball season wrap-up
Both the boys and girls Kohler
high school basketball teams ad-
vanced to the second round of their
respective postseason state tourna-
Three players earned all-confer-
ence honors. Senior Frank Marzano
was selected to the All-Central
Lakeshore Conference Second Team
by the leagues coaches, and junior
point guard Nick Tesmer made hon-
orable mention. For the girls, Anna
Berlin, a senior, also merited honor-
able mention.
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Brett Edgerle
John Egan
Thomas Gast
John Pethan
Brian Post
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From Public Works
Bruce Neerhof:
Grass clippings pickup begins
March 23, 2010
Village residents are encouraged to mulch
as much of their grass clippings as possi-
ble. If this is not possible, grass clippings
may be placed by the curbside on Tuesdays
in a solid container, such as a bushel bas-
ket or garbage can, not to exceed 50 lbs.
Yard waste pickup began
March 23, 2010
Yard waste is picked up on Tuesdays and
must be placed in solid containers. Brush
should be neatly piled in five-foot lengths.
Reporting of Illicit Discharge
It is a requirement in the Village of Kohler
Storm water permit with the DNR to edu-
cate the Public on illicit discharges to the
storm water system. An illicit discharge
would be the dumping of any chemical, pet
waste, or hazardous substance into the
street or a storm basin inlet. The substance
would eventually make its way into the
Sheboygan River causing a pollution haz-
ard. To report an illicit discharge, please
call the Public Works office at 459-3881.
Garage Sale Signs
One temporary garage sale or for sale
sign shall be permitted on each lot or par-
cel. Signs located on public property will
be removed by the Public Works Depart-
ment or Police Department.
From Rec.
Director Susie
Aweek of quality soccer instruction exclu-
sively for the players in our community!
Over the past 20 years Challengers vast
army of British coaches have helped hun-
dreds of thousands of boys and girls learn,
improve, master and fall in love with the
sport of soccer.
Challenger is excited to bring one of their
high quality coaching schools to the
Kohler Recreation Dept. The week-long
program will be conducted at Lost Woods
Park and Roosevelt Park. Each will contain
Challengers own brand of innovative
practices; small sided games; camp world
cup; cultural education; character building;
and FUN!
British Coaching Staff
Individual skill development
Daily World Cup style Tournament
Fantastic cultural experience
Free Soccer Ball & Camp T Shirt
Host your own British coach call now
for more info!
Village Meetings
Scheduled for
4/5 Property Committee 4:45 pm
4/5 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
4/6 Tourism Promotion &
Development 7:30 am
4/12 Village Board 5:30 pm
4/14 Public Library Board 4:00 pm
(at Library)
4/22 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
From Clerk/
Laurie Lindow:
Spring Election
The regular Spring Election will be held on
Tuesday, April 6. Polls will be open from
7:00 am 8:00 pm. For more information
about voter registration, absentee voting
and upcoming elections, contact the Clerk-
Treasurers office at 920-459-3873. For
more information about Wisconsins voter
registration system and election proce-
dures, contact the Wisconsin State Elec-
tions Board at 1-866-VOTEWIS
(868-3947) or seb@seb.state.wi.us, or see
their website at http://elections.wi.gov.
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten:
Soliciting Without Permits
The Village of Kohler has been experienc-
ing an increase in door-to-door salesper-
sons soliciting without first obtaining
permits. The fees for the permits are nomi-
nal, but the important aspect is that the Vil-
lage is aware of exactly who is soliciting.
Background checks can be run and only le-
gitimate organizations are allowed to so-
licit. If someone is soliciting legally, they
will not be upset if they are asked to see
their permit. If no permit has been issued,
please send them on their way and contact
the police department immediately. Non-
profit organizations and established local
businesses (i.e. Sears, etc.) that may be
going door-to-door are exempt from the
permits issued by the Village.
Just a Reminder
Drivers should be aware that the warmer
weather will allow more and more bicycles
and scooters to be out and about. Please be
aware of the children when driving through
the village. Bikes and scooters are allowed
on the sidewalks. Scooters are not allowed
on the streets. Also, the newer motorized
scooters are not allowed on the streets or
sidewalks. Those are allowed on private
property only.
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Public Works Supt.
Bruce Neerhof
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Susie Wandschneider
Erin Coppersmith
Kohler Recreation Department
June 14-18, 2010
Ages 3-4: 9-10 am or 1-2 pm, $65,
(Roosevelt Park)
Ages 5-6: 10:30noon or 2-4 pm, $80
(Roosevelt Park)
Ages 7-9: 9noon, $110
(Lost Woods Park)
Ages 1014: 14 pm, $110
(Lost Woods Park)
Ages 9-14, 9noon and 1- 4 pm, $155
(Lost Woods Park)
Registration available now at www.chal-
Open to all residents and non-residents
Contact: Valerie Wandschneider, 208-9757
Pool reopening April 1
ew Open Swim Hours
Winter Pool Schedule Beginning April 1
Open Swim: Saturday and Sunday 1:00-
4:00 pm, lap swimming any time
Tuesday and Thursday 4:00-6:00pm.
Were trying to tweak our pool hours to ac-
commodate more residents. The earlier
hour is designed to bring in more families.
See you at the pool in April.
Water in Motion
Friday 7:00 AM
This is an energizing experience in the
shallow water. Acardio workout and mus-
cle toning are the emphasis for this class.
We encourage participants to wear water
shoes, but they are not required. Ability to
swim is not necessary. Please bring towels,
shampoo and soap.
Fee $1.00 for residents per session
$2.00 for non-residents per session
Acard will be available for purchase at the
pool. The cost will be $10.00 for 12 ses-
sions for residents and $32.00 for non-resi-
Deep Water Cardio and Abs
This class is held on Tuesday and Thursday
at 4:45-5:45pm. The participants in this
class wear flotation belts for buoyancy. 25
minutes are cardio exercises, 20 minutes
targeting specific muscle groups and 15
minutes are spent in the shallow water tar-
geting the core muscles. You need not be a
strong swimmer to take advantage of this
class. The fee for this class is the same as
the Water In Motion class.
Actions taken by the Village Board
during their meeting on February
8, 2010:
Approved December 2009 Revenue &
Expense Reports.
Approved hiring Recreation Dept. em-
ployee, Kaleigh Ladwig.
Approved payment request 3 to Hamann
Construction for Lost Woods Park Shel-
ter, $22,688.10.
Approved purchasing John Deere V-Flex
7 Iron Flex Deck for $6,000 less $1,500
Accepted bid from Flowfast Great Lakes
LLC to install broadcast quartz MMA
resin floor in the locker rooms & steps by
the pool, cost $14,895.
Approved agreement with Alpha-Terra for
2010 Annual Safety training for $3,850 &
co-op with the City of Sheboygan Falls
on appropriate elements.
Approved the school installing a timing
system at the pool by a licensed electri-
Approved renting Fenwood Park to
Whistling Straits/PGAfor
$100/night/RV during the 2010 PGA
Approved the pool plan from Water Tech-
nology, Inc. & advertising for bids.
Approved request from Riverbend for a
wedding fireworks display on 6/26.
Approved forming a Centennial Commit-
tee & appointed Scott Anderson, Tom
Leonhardt, Amy Biznek, Sheryl Lind-
strom & Steve Reinbacher to the Com-
Approved the following Resolutions:
2010-1, Amending the 2009 General
Fund & Capital Outlay budgets.
2010-2, Commendation to Robert E.
2010-3, Adopting an Updated Emergency
Operations Plan.
2010-4, Supporting the 2011-2015
County Library Service Plan.
Classifieds are $5 per issue. Payment must accompany ad or be made by 20th of month.
Please do not request billing for classifieds.
Make checks payable to
Terra Media, L.L.C. and mail or leave in drop box at 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Kohler Civic Club
First and third Thursdays, 12:00 noon Blackwolf Run, 7:30 a.m. after May 1.
Kohler School Friends
Wed.: April 7 & May 5; Mon:, June 7, 10:00 a.m. in the Kohler Public Library.
Kohler Seniors
KOHLER VILLAGE IS UNIQUE in so many ways!!! Kohler Seniors will meet at
the Design Center on April 5th at 1:30 to see what's new. There are elevators if
stairs are a problem. Dessert will be served at Village Hall after the tour. It's
always fun to see what's new with the BOLD LOOK OF KOHLER!
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
Second Thursday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
Kohler Soccer Club
Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Library.
Kohler Athletic Booster Club
First Monday of each month (except January, June and July) at 5:30pm in the li-
Sheboygan Toastmaster 2121 meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of month at The
Highland House on corner of 8th and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. For
additional information contact 920-287-7130.
Announcements and milestones are printed free of charge. Mail or leave in drop box at: 219
Church St., Kohler, WI 53044.
Please include self-addressed stamped envelope to ensure return of photo prints.
Classifieds are $5 per issue. Make checks payable to The Kohler Villager.
Send or drop off business card and $15 payment (per month) to: Terra Media, L.L.C., 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Manitowoc (920) 682-5767
Kiel 773-2270 Sheboygan (920) 452-5696
www.stardustlimousine.com Mike Hartmann, owner
Lincoln Town Car
Interior of 14
Passenger Limo Coach
(920) 980-2588
Re/Max Universal Realty, Inc.
Innovative Insulation Systems
14 Passenger SUV
Olive N Ash Kohler Employee Discount
Olive N Ash in The Shops at Woodlake invites all Kohler
employees to enjoy happy hour prices through
the month of April during all business hours.
Also take an additional 10% off all cigar purchases.
Must present employee badge or name tag.
Business Hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-Close; Saturday 11am-Close;
Sunday 2pm-7pm
Huge 2nd annual Salem United Church
of Christ rummage sale
Kensington Ave., one block north of Piggly-Wiggly in
Plymouth. Five rooms of merchandise plus outdoor items.
Furniture, electronics, antiques, clothing, shoes, jewelry,
crafts, books, holiday items, toys, sports equipment, garden
items, tools. Brat fry & bake sale.
Saturday, April 24, 8:00 to 3:00. No early sales.
KHS students take
on cyberbullying
Kohler High School Behavioral Studies
I students recently took part in a 2-part col-
laboration on the subject of cyberbullying.
Via videoconference in the Distance
Learning Center, KHS students worked
with high school students at Blackhawk
High School in Blackhawk, PA, and Tech-
nology High School in Newark, NJ, in
learning about cyberbullyingwhat it is,
its effects, and how to prevent it. For the
final project students developed 30-90 sec-
ond public service announcements (PSAs)
educating middle school students on the
dangers of cyberbullying. The PSAs were
presented live to middle school students in
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York,
Missouri, and here in Kohler. All of the
PSAs done by KHS students have been
posted on the school website
(www.kohlerpublicschools.org). Any com-
ments or questions may be directed to
Heather Reader-Schubert at Reader-Schu-
First-graders carry Olympic torches as they march to the Village Gym to participate in
their own Olympic Games. The first grade classes studied the history of the games and
learned about the Winter Games in Canada to prepare for their own Olympics. Each stu-
dent won a gold medal when the games concluded.
First graders hold Olympic Games
Kohler School News
For 2010, the Kohler School Foundation
is proud to announce two new additional
available scholarships: The Grover Family
Scholarship and the E.J. McKelvey Schol-
arship. Each of these scholarships totals
$5,000 ($2,500 renewable over two years).
In addition, the Kohler School Foundation
will again award one student with a one-
time $3,000 scholarship. All qualified
graduating seniors are encouraged to apply.
Please see guidance counselor Laura
Multer for more information and applica-
tions. The completed application packet is
due in the Kohler School Foundation mail-
box (in the District Office) by 8:00 a.m. on
Thursday, April 15, 2010.
Kohler Kare
Registration for Summer 2010 Kohler
Kare are being accepted starting April 1st.
Forms can either be picked up from the
Kohler Bomber pamphlet rack outside the
District Office,also from Mrs. Neil in the
cafeteria or printed off the Kohler School
web page.If any parent has any questions
or concerns,please contact Mrs Neil at
459-2920 ext 1493.
Procedures for parent
input regarding
elementary classroom
Parental input into the process should only
be made when it is felt that there is strong
educational evidence that their child will
benefit by placement with a certain class-
room teacher. It is very important that
rooms in the elementary grades be organ-
ized in the best groupings possible. Proce-
dures for requests are as follows:
1. Parents must submit their request that
their daughter/son be placed in a spe-
cific classroom in writing to the Ele-
mentary Principal by each years
deadline. E-mails or oral requests
will not be considered. Written re-
quests should be to the attention of
Susan Jaberg. The requests should be
received by May 1.
2. The Elementary Principal will consider
the parent request and may review all
necessary data (test records, health
records, behavioral records, teacher
progress reports, etc.) as well as con-
sulting with the sending and/or receiv-
ing teachers.
3. Parents are limited to two teacher
requests per child throughout the
childs grades JK-6 career.
4. Preference in placement will be given to
students whose parents are making spe-
cific teacher requests for the first time.
5. Requests may be denied if granting the
requests will lead to unbalanced classes
in areas of gifted and talented, special
needs, gender, etc.
Youth Art Month
at John Michael Kohler
Arts Center
March 14 April 11
Congratulations to the following Kohler
students who have their artwork displayed at
the Twenty-Fourth Annual Sheboygan County
Student Art Exhibition:
Nicole Struck, senior Drawing
Christina Scheppmann, senior Acrylic Painting
Danielle Dyksterhouse, senior Acrylic Painting
Olivia MacDonald, senior Acrylic Painting
Michaela Tures, junior Fused Glass
Denisa Boy, senior - Mixed Media
Sarah Westphalen, senior Fabric Design
Morgan Fenton, grade 8 Fabric Sculpture
Paige Kukla, grade 8 Mixed Media
Megan Conklin, grade 7 Colored Pencil
Amanda Egbert, grade6 Fabric &Marker
Michael Janssen, grade 4 Mixed Media
Caleb Adams, grade 4 Mixed Media
Cindy Zhang, grade 3 Watercolor Paint
Clara Montes, grade 3 Tempera Paint
Connor Cassidy, grade 2 Mixed Media
Lucas Sass, grade 2 Tempera Paint
Isabella Solano-Lara, grade 1 Oil Pastel
Artists are the Kohler students of:
Margaret Goodell, grades 8-12 &
Stacy Stanley, grades K-7
Works may be viewed during
regular museum hours.
Prom 2010
Prom 2010 is scheduled for Saturday, May 1
at the Waelderhaus from 8:00 pm-2:00 am.
Music will be from 8:30 until midnight with
the presentation of prom court at 9:30. All
students should plan on arriving by no
later then 9:00 p.m.
Each student who purchases a ticket for
prom will receive two complimentary tickets
to be used by their parents or other members
of their family to view the crowning cere-
mony. Due to the necessary restrictions on
numbers in the Waelderhaus balcony, we
must ask that parents honor this two
ticket limit so that we dont jeopardize our
ability to use this beautiful prom facility.
Parents may begin to enter and proceed
to the balcony 15 minutes before crown-
ing ceremony (9:15). House lights will be
brought up for an intermission following the
presentation of the court and parents will be
invited down to the main floor to take pic-
tures. When the house lights are dimmed,
approximately 10 minutes after court pres-
entation, all parents will be asked to exit.
Once students arrive at Prom, they will not
be allowed to leave and return. If the dance
area becomes warm, students may walk out-
side but must remain in the supervised flag-
stone area immediately fronting the
Students who are not attending Prom, who
are not serving for Prom, who are not a fam-
ily ticket holder attending the court presen-
tation are not welcome.
Kohian Year-
book Presales
2010 book will be in FULL
Presales for the high school yearbook
are now being accepted. This hardbound
book will be for the 2009-2010 school year
and contain over 850 pictures of students
in grades 7-12. The cost for a pre-sold book
is being held at $50 (last years price). To
guarantee your copy, please send a check
to Kohler Public Schools, (Attn: Year-
book), before Friday, April 9th. Only a
small amount of extra copies will be avail-
able in the fall for $55, so reserve your
copy today!
Hey freshman, sophomores, juniors, and
seniors! Are you ready for your future?
Would you enjoy spending four days on a
college campus making lasting friendships
with students from all over Wisconsin? Do
you know what career and education op-
tions are available to you in the 21st Cen-
Then attend Business World 2010.
Every summer, hundreds of students take
advantage of this opportunity to learn how
to prepare for the future in our increasingly
competitive global marketplace.
Business World 2010 will be held June
20-23 at St. Norbert College, July 27-30 at
Edgewood College, and July 18-21 at UW-
LaCrosse. All high school freshman, soph-
omores, juniors, and seniors are encouraged
to apply.
At Business World, you will spend most
of your time with your company of 15
other students from across the state. With a
business person acting as your advisor, your
company will participate in interactive com-
petitions, tour local businesses, and connect
with leading business professionals.
So, if you are ready for some summer
fun, contact Mrs. Grossen, the program co-
ordinator at KHS or check out the website
www.wibusinessworld.org. Early bird ap-
plication deadline is April 15.
KSF PTO Meeting
Date Changes:
April 7, 2010 at 10:00 am
May 5, 2010 at 10:00 am
June 7, 2010 at 10:00 am
In April and May the Kohler School
Friends Parent Teacher Organization will
meet on the first Wednesday of the month
(instead of the second Monday). In June,
we will meet on the first Monday since it's
the final week of school. All meetings will
be held in the Kohler Public Library. Par-
ents are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Junior Achievement
Business Challenge
Twenty Kohler High School students par-
ticipated in the Junior Achievement Busi-
ness Challenge at Acuity on March 6.
The team of Lizzie Diehl and Nate Suther-
land won the Industry F prize and received
a $50 US Savings Bond.
Natalie VanDyke and Kevin Beines team
won the marketing competition portion at
the Business Challenge. Their logo design
was chosen as the best, and they get to
spend two hours at DuFour Advertising
working with one of their marketing spe-
cialists. They will digitize their logo, as
well as select the colors for next years
Business Challenge T-shirts.
Other Kohler participants were Patrick
Stillwell, Douwe VanderSchaaf, Stanley
Kayman, Hunter Clark, Anne Feltner, Jon
Stinson, Maren Bogard, Christine Leffel,
Kara Saemann, Hannah Fenton, Kaitlin
Esche, Carissa Gartman, , Austin Van
Treeck, Meghan Case, Ashley Sobecki,
and Dominic Gischia.
2010-2011 Tentatively planned teacher assignments
Junior Kindergarten Mrs. Amy Abel Room # 110
Mrs. Elizabeth Bley Room # 112
Senior Kindergarten Mrs. Jody Solberg Room # 106
Mrs. Karen Busch-Bittner Room # 102
First Grade Mrs. Mary Nebel Room # 206
Mrs. Kelly DeAmico Room # 204
Mrs. Judy Farwig Room # 207
Second Grade Mrs. Ann Barlelt Room # 202
Mrs. Katie Magle Room # 201
2/3 Split/Loop Mrs. Tonya DePagter Room # 115
Third Grade Mrs. Jen Roeber Room # 114
Ms. Amanda Pantel Room # 117
Fourth Grade Mrs. Carolyn Eickholt Room # 130
Mrs. Debra LaDuke Room # 116
Mrs. Lori Neurohr Room # 120
Fifth Grade Mrs. Ann Bitter Room # 119
Mr. Duane DuMez Room # 123
Sixth Grade Mr. Matthew Bayens Room #213
Mr. Len Hucke Room #209
Business World 2010
Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities,
including children with disabilities attending private schools in the school district,
regardless of the severity of their disabilities. The school district has a special ed-
ucation screening program to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities and
are at least three years old. Upon request, the school district will screen a child
who has not graduated high school to determine whether a special education referral
is appropriate. A request may be made by contacting Tamra O'Keefe, Special Ed-
ucation Director at 459-2920 x1200.
KOHLER TIMES is published for residents of the
Kohler School District
Kohler Public Schools
333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI 53044
Board of Education
Jane Bishop, President
Laura Kohler, Vice President
John Suralik, Treasurer
Diane Venn, Clerk
District Administrator
Dr. Robert Kobylski
Mary Struck
E-mail submissions: kohlertimes@charter.net
Phone: 331-4904
Kohler Times deadline: 20th of every month
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Ham, Chicken, Cheese, Caesar Salad Turkey Piegga Quesadilla Garlic Bread
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Kohler School District
Classic Cafe Lunch Menu
Fresh vegetables plus fresh and
canned fruits are available daily with
lunch from the Fruit & Vegetable Bar.

Grapes Mushroom
No School
On February 27, Kohler music students
participated in the WSMADistrict Solo &
Ensemble Festival. Results were fantastic!
Because of limited space only the first
place results are listed. Congratulations to
all participants!
Class C
Kohler Jazz Ensemble II, Brass & Percus-
sion Ensemble Vocal Solos: Elyse
Gutschow, Cole Kukla, Joseph Pellowski,
Jacob Porter, Megan Conklin, Katie Ru-
elle, and Elizabeth Weber, Vocal
Duets/Dbl. Duets: Megan Conklin, Lily
Hart, John Tengowski, and Andrew Miller.
Andrew Bryce, Andrew Miller, John Ten-
gowski, and Aidan Hogan, Vocal Trios:
Lily Hart, Alyson Jordan & Mara Todd,
Vocal Triple Trio: Audra Hoffmann, Re-
becca Stock, Katie Lindow, Mack Wolf,
Marisa Adams & Adrienne Alborg, Vocal
Mixed Quartet: Grace Lofgren, Annabelle
Goese, Phillip Case, and Calvin Ste-
fanczyk, Parade Drum Solos Will Hape-
man, Alex Dietrich, Snare Drum Duet
Will Hapeman & Alex Dietrich, Piano Solo
Cole Kukla, Trumpet Quartet Billy
ONeill, Phil Case, Brett Mueller, Brennan
Ladwig, Marimba Solo Anne Benisheck,
Trombone Duet Zach Neil & Cody Gart-
mann, Trumpet Solo Tony Stillwell, Alto
Saxophone Solo Evan Koross, Drum Set
Solo: Christine Leffel, French Horn Duet:
Christian Ertel & Hannah Fenton, French
Horn Solo: Hannah Fenton, Trombone
Solo: Adam Wilkens, Drum Set Solo: Peter
Class B
Vocal Solos: Grace Lofgren, Annabelle
Goese, Vocal Duets: Brooke Dietrich &
Elyse Gutschow, Emery Edmunds & Zach
Neil, Lindsey Griswold & Annabelle
Goese, Vocal Triple Trio: Sara Ertel,
Alyssa Drury, Morgan Fenton, Lindsey
Griswold, Grace Lofgren, and Jenny
Louwagie, Alto Saxophone Solo
Annabelle Goese, Piano Solo John Ten-
gowski, Annabelle Goese, Tuba Solo
John Tengowski, Bb Clarinet: Lily Proud-
man, Parade Drum Solo and Drum Set
Solo: Brendan Schneider, Piano Solo:
Danielle Dyksterhouse, Lever Harp solo:
Mary Molepske, Vocal Solos: Patrick Still-
well, Connor Hogan, Kitty ONeill, Seer-
ena Yang, Kelsey Jordan, Abby Berlin,
Michael Krueger, Jessica Dyksterhouse,
Courtney Gmach, Vocal Duets: Shelby
Homiston and Molly Misfeldt, Vocal Trio:
Alex Mauer, Michelle Davila, and Lea
Class A
Oboe Solo: Holly Zehfus, Clarinet Quartet:
Erin Lammers, Brenna Hogan, Lauren
Henderson & Alex Mauer, Vocaql Solos:
Kelsey Wright, Rachel OKeefe, Lizzy
Diehl, AJ Bochinni, Carlo Gischa, Katie
Anderson, Kara Saemann, Lea Springer,
Michelle Davila, Sarah Leick, Charles
Olmstead, Austin VanTreeck, Kelsey Ste-
fanczyk, Vocal Duets: Seerena Yang and
Kelsey Jordan.
Class AState [Qualified for State
Swing Choir, Madrigal Singers, Jazz En-
semble I, Percussion Ensemble, Flute and
Piano Solo: Lily Zehfus, Piano Solo: Erin
Lammers, Marimba Solo: Dominic Gis-
chia, Piano Solo: Markus Anderson, Vocal
Solos: Ryan Tengowski, Danielle Dykster-
house, Rachel OKeefe, Greg Suralik,
Brenna Hogan, Melyssa Louwagie, Katie
Anderson, Shelby Homiston, Lauren
Drury, Jordan Kusel, Patrick Stillwell, Do-
minic Gischa, Olivia MacDonald, Markus
Anderson, Theater Solos: Markus Ander-
son, Katie Anderson, Jordan Kusel, Patrick
Stillwell, Lauren Drury, Shelby Homiston,
Brenna Hogan, Greg Suralik, and Rachel
OKeefe, Vocal Duets: Lauren Drury and
Brenna Hogan, Rachel OKeefe and
Melyssa Louwagie, Danielle Dyksterhouse
and Holly Zehfus, Markus and Katie An-
derson, Rachel OKeefe and Charles Olm-
stead, Vocal Quartets: Dominic Gischia,
Markus Anderson, Patrick Stillwell, Jordan
Special thanks to Mrs. Kukla, Mrs. Hucke,
Mrs. Sue Hildebrand, Mrs. Sue Billman,
Ms. Peggy Hoffmann, and Mrs. Jeanne
Mueller for accompanying many of the
student performances.
Music otes Honor Roll addition:
Honor Roll (3.40 3.899)
Graduation Year: 2010
Markus Cook
Early Release is Wednesday, April
14th. The Kohler Pool will be open
again so join us for OPEN SWIM
from 1:00-3:00. Look for details to
come home in our flyer.
Middle School
First day of practice will by April 12. (Please
have all your forms, etc in by then). There
will be a meeting for anyone interested in
Middle school track on April 6 at the event
lobby. We will have practice schedules and
meet dates.
Tentative Middle School Meet Schedule:
April 26 - Cedar Grove
May 6 - Elkhart Lake
May 11 - Ozaukee
May 12 - Oostburg
Golf Outing
Save the date - Kohler Booster Club Golf
Outing, Saturday, June 26, 9:00 - Town and
Country. Please contact Doug Bocchini at
dougbocchini@charter.net or call 920 458-
6674 for more information. Look for more
details to follow.
Performance Camp
Parents - Save these dates: Kohler Fitness
Performance Camp - Monday - Thursday -
8:00 am - 10:00 am, June 14 - July 15. Look
for registration forms in the District office.
Contact Ken Roeder or Doug Bocchini for
more information.
Welcome to another edition of Getting to
Know Kohler High School Seniors for the
month of April. This month I interviewed
Holly Zehfus. I hope you find it as interest-
ing as I did.
ame: Holly Zehfus
Parents names: Mark and Charyl
How many years have you been a student
at Kohler Schools?
I have been attending Kohler since the
first grade.
What activities have you been involved in?
I've been involved in 4H, Key Club,
Math Team, and Student Council.
What is your favorite class and why?
My favorite class is math because I like
how it makes sense.
What is your best memory at Kohler
My favorite memory is the time that
Danielle was singing in the choir room
and somebody walked in.
What are your plans after high school?
I plan on going to Michigan Tech to
major in either Math or Biology.
Where do you see yourself 20 years from
I might be a doctor.
If you could visit any place in the world,
where would it be?
I would visit Ireland.
Getting to
KHS seniors
By AJ Bocchini
Kohler Public Library is housed with the
school library in the school building at 333
Upper Road.
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8:30pm
Friday: 8am-5pm
Sunday 1-4pm
Please tune into TMJ4 for weather related
We will be closed on Friday, April 2 and
Sunday, April 4.
Just a reminder that library parking spots
are for library patrons only. Please dont
park there if you are dropping off or picking
up your kids, or attending an after school
events. Tickets will be issued if you are
parked there illegally. This policy is to en-
sure that elderly patrons and patrons with
small kids dont have to park at the back of
the parking lot.
An employee of the US Census Bureau
will be available at the Kohler Public Li-
brary from March 19-April 19 to aid you
with any Census 2010 questions. Hours are
as follows:
Mondays 4pm-8:30pm
Thursdays 1pm-4pm
Wednesdays 8am-12pm
Fridays 9am-12:30 pm
Were doing spring cleaning early this
year! The library will be getting new car-
peting this summer, and in anticipation
were doing a thorough weeding of our
collection. Check in every day for new ad-
ditions to our used book sale. All items are
$1. Proceeds go towards our summer read-
ing program prizes.
We meet the second Tuesday of every
month at 6:30. Please join us for an
evening where we work on our projects
and share our skills. Everyone is welcome.
Please let Erin know if you or your family
is planning a vacation for the upcoming
year. The library would be happy to pur-
chase travel guides specific for your desti-
nation. Stop in, or email
Please call 459-2923 or email Erin at
coppersmithe@kohler.k12.wi.us if you
have suggestions of items to purchase for
the library.
Secrets of Eden Bohalian
The Silent Sea Cussler
Hell Gate Fairstein
A Week in December Sebastian Faulks
Abraham Lincoln: vampire hunter Seth
The Spellmans Strike Again Lisa Lutz
Game Over Fern Michaels
Split Image Robert B Parker
Worst Case Patterson
Fantasy in Death JD Robb
Think Twice Scottoline
Big Girl Steel
The History of White People Nell Painter
You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up: a love
story Annabelle Gurwitch
Explaining Autism
I Cant Believe Its ot Fattening
Getting Organized in the Google Era
Courage and Consequence Karl Rove
Every Day in Tuscany Frances Mayes
Anything Goes: a biography of the roaring
The Fourth Kind
Fraggle Rock: complete first season
Olivia Takes Ballet
The Princess and the Frog
Where the Wild Things Are
Love Happens
Up in the Air
The Kohler Performing Arts Organiza-
tion invites you to join them for the 13th
annual PAO Auction and Dance on April
24th at Pine Hills Country Club. Go
South of the Border for an evening of
dinner, dancing, and fabulous auction
Check your mail for this special invi-
tation to arrive soon. One hundred percent
of the proceeds support the middle and
high school music programs. Kohler stu-
dents will be showcasing their talents
throughout the evening.
Many exciting auction items will be
available this year. Some particularly fab-
ulous items include: a trip for two to Mex-
ico, dinner for eight at Riverbend, Packer
tickets, Badger box seat tickets, and a
Pizza Bash with the Kohler music teach-
ers. As always, wonderful class baskets
will be available in the silent auction. You
also have the opportunity to participate in
a cash raffle.
The fiesta begins at 6:00pm. Your
ticket includes an authentic Mexican din-
ner, dancing, entertainment and a chance
to bid on wonderful auction items. Acash
bar will be available. Tickets are available
for $37.50 ($10.00 of each ticket is tax de-
ductible). To reserve your tickets now, call
Kristine Fenton at 287-7396. Come join
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Fifth grade Battle
of the Books
Submitted by Mrs. Susan Jaberg
On March 8, 2010, Kohler 5th graders held their annual Battle
of the Books contest. Battle of the Books brings together compet-
itive teams of 5th graders to challenge their book knowledge. All
the team members learn to work together and encourage each other
to read with better comprehension. The team with the most correct
answers wins! Kohler has held a Battle of the Books for the last
16 years! Winners are:
1st place: Laura Lee, Ian Ruminski, Maddie Weiland, Cole
Kroitzsch, Cailey Warren.
2nd place: Jim Conklin, Jenna Ladwig, Charlie Keller, Allison
Pieper, Catherine Sutherland.
3rd place: Ryan OGorman, Caleb Adams, Emma Hapeman,
Megan Sprinkman, Amanda Renzelmann.
Dr. Suess 107th Birthday
Submitted by the Middle School Student Council
On March 2nd , middle school students read to the younger ele-
mentary students in honor of Dr. Suess. We were not the only ones
who celebrated his birthday: other elementary students and teachers
dressed as the famous Cat in the Hat. Everyone had a great time
and the younger kids seemed to really enjoy it. We were all inspired
by this memorable and creative writer.
Fitness Takes a Village
On your mark . . . get set . . . GO!
Register today for the 2010 Race!

Saturday, June 12th, 2010 at 9:00 am
5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk
Registration forms are available
in the Kohler School Ofce
or online at www.kohlerschoolfriends.com
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Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
Alter Egos Exhibit
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler
Arts Center
March 1-April 25
Collaborative works by Wisconsin artists Theresa
Abel and Kelli Hoppmann. No purchase necessary.
Intentions Special Events
April 1-30
Special events throughout the month include:
Well-being Sample Readings, Free Numerology
Profiles, Free Aromatherapy Treatments, Develop
Your Intuition, Free Reiki Body Scans, and Discus-
sion Groups. Please call 457-9543 for more infor-
mation and a complete schedule or visit us at
Spring Break Special: Its Spring so Take a
Break and relax at Kohler Waters Spa!
Kohler Waters Spa
Buy one spa service at regular price and get a sec-
ond service at half price along with waived usage
fees. Take time for yourself or grab your best
friend and enjoy the day together. Enjoy spa
amenities including relaxation pool with waterfall,
whirlpools, cool plunge, steam, sauna, lounge
areas, spa fitness center and spa boutique.
To reserve a spa appointment, please call 800-
344-2838. Valid Sundays through Fridays. Some
restrictions apply. Discount taken on the lower-
priced service. Second service must be taken by
same person on same spa visit. Not good with
other special offers or discounts. Spring Break
special expires April 30, 2010.
Lemon Drop Pedicure
Kohler Waters Spa
Pretty toes are a spring and summer requisite so
drop in for our relaxing Lemon Drop Pedicure now
available even earlier starting April 1 through Au-
gust 31. Experience a relaxing well-being bath
soak scented with lemon oil, a citrus sugar scrub
and moisturizing foot mask and lotion, accompa-
nied by a refreshing glass of cold lemonade. 50
minutes - $85. Gratuity not included. Call for ap-
pointment 800-344-2838. Kohler Waters Spa at
The American Club. KohlerWatersSpa.com.
Spring means flowers!
Kohler Waters Spa
Were celebrating with 30% off all signature Holly-
hock bath, body and gift products including Body
Wash, Body Lotion, Shampoo, Conditioner, Mas-
sage Oil, Travel Candles and Room Spray. Visit the
Spa Boutique or KohleratHome.com.
Shop New Earth-Friendly Toys
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
April 1-30
Did you know that plastic milk jugs and water bot-
tles are used to make trucks, tea sets, and stuffed
animals? Shop our new green toy selection and
enter your child to win a basket of earth-friendly
Enter to Win!
April 1-30
Enter to Win the ultimate doeskin robe by
Chadsworth & Haig.
Reduce. Reuse. Recyle.
Wisconsin Trader
Apr 1-30
Being earth friendly never looked so good! Receive
$5.00 back in Wisconsin Trader bucks for every
$50 purchase of our earth friendly dishware.
Easter Egg Decorating
Woodlake Market
April 1, 3-4:30pm, $10 per kit (each kit includes 2
dozen hard-boiled eggs)
There are so many ways to decorate Easter eggs
and just as many ways to make a mess. So leave
the fuss to us and bring the kids to our Atrium
Caf to decorate eggs. Woodlake Market will pro-
vide the eggs, dye and all things needed to deco-
rate them. You bring the creativity! This event is for
children 10 years of age and younger, and they
must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. 457-
Easter Egg Hunt
Woodlake Market
April 3, 9am 9pm, Complimentary
Kids, visit our store today and look for the hidden
Easter eggs! When you find up to three eggs, bring
them to our Courtesy Desk and exchange them for
treats from our Easter basket. Limit three eggs per
child, 10 years of age and under, please.
40 Days to a Personal Revolution Begins
Yoga on the Lake
Beginning April 5, $99 per person*
In 40 Days to Personal Revolution, Baron Baptiste
one of the worlds most beloved master yoga
teachers inspires us to transform more than
body and mind: He gives us the tools we need to
set ourselves free to live the healthful life weve al-
ways imagined. In the next 40 days you will create
a whole new way of being and living. This break-
through program will radically change your body
and awaken the sacred within your soul. A daily
combination of asana practice, meditation, diet,
and personal reflection will cultivate a solid foun-
dation from which students can live and grow. Re-
gardless of your level of experience, this program
will reveal mental clarity, lightness of body, and an
illumination of spirit.
WEEKLY MEETINGS: Every Monday evening 6:50
pm-7:15pm or Saturday morning 6:30am right be-
fore the 7am class, this allows you to get a jump
start on your day. This meeting is a session for us
to talk about progress made throughout the 40
days program and it is recommended that all par-
ticipants attend.
PRACTICE: Participants are recommended to have
6 days of asana practice. Recommended reading:
40 Days to Personal Revolution by Baron Baptiste
(available for purchase at the studio) and The
Three Season Diet: Eat the Way Nature Intended by
John Douillard.
MEDITATION: There will be a practice of medita-
tion, twice daily, with increasing sitting times as
the weeks progress.
FOOD CLEANSE: Each of the six weeks will focus
on a weekly dietary awareness theme centered
around discovering and practicing a vibrant new
health for the physical body. The fourth weeks di-
etary awareness practice includes a three day fruit
*This includes unlimited yoga for the time frame of
the program and the book 40 Days to a Personal
Tuesdays Taste
Woodlake Market
April 6, 6-7:30pm, $10
Join us the first Tuesday of each month when we
invite one of our beer, wine or liquor vendors to talk
about their various products. Tonight, Jason Ker-
stein from Pinnacle Wines will share his knowl-
edge of fine wines. Woodlake Market pairs each
beverage with gourmet foods, giving you the op-
portunity to sample some new food and drinks.
Grab your friends for a night of relaxed fun and
make your reservations now. 457-6570.
Diabetes and You
Woodlake Market
April 8, 5-5:30, Complimentary
Enzymatic Therapy - Balancing Your Blood Sugar
Josh Weeden, supplement specialist, will offer a
seminar on what you can do to keep your blood
sugar lower and avoid diabetes. 457-6570.
Water Street Hot Shots
Horse & Plow
April 9, 8-11pm
The Horse & Plow is proud to present live music
throughout the year. Open to the public; no cover
Americas Test Kitchen Dinner
The American Club
April 9, 6:30pm
Enjoy an intimate reception and dinner at The
American Club with Christopher Kimball and fellow
cast members, followed by a question and answer
session. Wine pairings provided by Woodbridge by
Robert Mondavi. $130 per person, plus tax (gratu-
ity included). Please call 800-344-2838 with any
additional questions.
Americas Test Kitchen Book Signing
Demonstration Kitchen
April 10, Noon-1:30pm
Meet Americas Test Kitchen television host and
Cooks Illustrated magazine founder Christopher
Kimball as he signs copies of the Test Kitchens
most popular titles. Enjoy complimentary wine
from Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi. Complimen-
tary admission.
Thai Massage
Yoga on the Lake
April 13, 6:30-8pm
Learn basic Thai Yoga massage. Fee. Please call
920-453-2817 for more information and reserva-
tions. 920-453-2817
Now Youre Cooking! Spice Up Your Life
Woodlake Market
April 13, 6-7pm, $10
Have you ever looked at the spice selection and
wondered, What am I supposed to do with this?
Tonight is your opportunity to learn more about the
wide variety of spices available, what they taste
and smell like as well as the best ways to use them
in the kitchen. Well also learn how to mix our own
spice blends for use on meat, fish and poultry. A
glass of wine, appetizers, take-home spice kit and
recipes will be provided. 457-6570
Crispin Cider Seminar
Horse & Plow
April 15, 6-8pm
This event will feature 4 different cider selections
from Crispin Ciders. Each selection will be paired
with a sampling course of cheeses and tapas-style
food. Michael Christensen, Region Manager Mid-
west for Crispin, will be on hand to discuss the his-
tory of Crispin ciders and describe the unique
qualities of the cider selections. Our chefs will be
available to describe their pairings for the seminar.
$30 per person, which reflects a $5 donation to
Feeding America.
Ladies Night Out
Woodlake Market
April 15, 6-7:30pm, $15
Do you stress at the thought of throwing a party?
Join us tonight as we share easy ideas and hints
for hosting the perfect party on a budget. Summer
is just around the corner, so well talk about cre-
ative invitations, dcor, food and drinks for easy
entertaining. You wont want to miss this event!
Wine and samples will be provided. 457-6570
Community Appreciation Day
Intentions and Yoga on the Lake
April 18
11am-3pm - Sample a variety of relaxation tech-
niques and take a playful look at insight as we
bring our weekday favorites together on the same
day. Try one, try them all. Free Includes Reiki Body
Scans, Mini Aromatherapy Treatments, Serenity
Now - Meditation On Demand, Electronic Numerol-
ogy Profile and Develop Your Intuition.
2:45pm: Enjoy walking meditation as we head to
Yoga on the Lake for a complimentary 1 hour class
3-4pm Yoga: 60 minute practice developing bal-
ance, flexibility and strength with students of all
4:15 pm: Join us on the Lakeside Terrace for a
special ceremony for peace. Celebration includes a
Chinese Joss paper burning and light refresh-
ments. Please call Intentions for reservations. 920-
Receive the following Special discounts during this
event please see Intentions and Yoga on the Lake
for details: Yoga On The Lake - 20% off all non-sale
retail items/10% off 20-Pack of Classes, Intentions
- Free Door-Sealing Ceremony with a Feng Shui
Consultation booked by April 30th. Purchase two
Healing Reiki sessions and get one free purchased
by April 30th.
Enzymatic Therapy - Healthy Aging
Woodlake Market
April 19, 9-9:30am, Complimentary
Josh Weeden, supplement specialist, will lead a
seminar on healthy aging and what you can do to
keep your body running right and moving well.
Gluten-Free Gathering
Woodlake Market
April 20, 6:30-8pm, Complimentary
In partnership with the Sheboygan County Celiac
Connections Group, Woodlake Market is hosting a
gluten-free gathering that is open to the public.
Join us to sample new products, take along
recipes and coupons as well as share lifestyle tips
with others. 457-6570
Earth Day Meditation
Apr 22, 5pm
Connect with Mother Earth with a guided medita-
tion. Please call 920-457-9543 for a reservation.
Walk-ins welcome. Free. Receive a free reusable
shopping bag with any purchase, while supplies
Celebrate Earth Day
Kohler Gardener
Apr 22-30
Create a more sustainable landscape by purchas-
ing one of our many native plants. Stop in for a list
of our native plants and coupon for a future pur-
Cucina Wine Dinner
April 22, 6pm
Enjoy a wine dinner at Cucina hosted by Lucia Rai-
mondai, owner and winemaker, Villa Monteleone,
Veneto, Italy. Limited to forty guests. $65 plus tax
and gratuity per person. Please call 800-344-2838
for information and reservations.
Heal the Waters Ceremony
Yoga on the Lake
April 23, 6:15pm
In honor of Earth Day please join Yoga on the Lake
and Intentions on the Lakeside Terrace. This cere-
mony is to recognize and honor the source of life
for all. It will be time to honor and be more con-
scious of how we interact with water.
Earth Expo Celebrating Earth Days 40th year!
April 23, 10am-4pm
April 24, 10am-3pm
Kohler Co. is collaborating with local businesses in
continuing to build awareness and appreciation for
our environment. Come and join in the free activi-
ties, eco-friendly giveaways and discounts
throughout the Kohler Design Center, The Shops at
Woodlake, Woodlake Market and Kohler Experien-
tial Learning Center (Saturday 10am-2pm only).
Earth Day Activities
Woodlake Market
April 24, 11am-3pm: Organic Brat Fry with free or-
ganic beer samples from New Glarus Brewery
11am-3pm: Earth Expo Vendor Fair
1-3pm: Kids can learn about their carbon footprint,
color their own set of Save The Earth memory
cards and decorate an Earth cookie. 457-6570
Meals in Minutes
Woodlake Market
April 27, 6-7pm, $10
Ever wonder what to do with tortellini besides hav-
ing it cold in a salad or hot with sauce? Tonight
Laurie will show you how to make tortellini with
bacon, greens and brown butter and serving it with
a freshly baked rustic baguette from the Kitchens
of Kohler. A glass of wine, samples and recipes
will be provided. 457-6570
Food for Life
Woodlake Market
April 29, 6-7pm, $15
Do you or someone you know suffer from Celiacs
disease? Tonights class will be an opportunity to
ask questions and find support from others dealing
with the same dietary issues. A light gluten-free
meal and beverages will be served. 457-6570
Water Street Hot Shots
Horse & Plow
April 30, 8-11pm
The Horse & Plow is proud to present live music
throughout the year. Open to the public; no cover
Wade Imre Morissette
Yoga on the Lake
April 30-May 2, 2010
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Kohler Co. has teamed up again this year
with local businesses to continue building
awareness and appreciation for our environ-
ment through earth friendly activities, sustain-
able educational booths, various eco-product
give-a-ways and discounts throughout the day
around Kohler Co.
Activities will run 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fri-
day, April 23; and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Satur-
day, April 24 at the Kohler Design Center,
Woodlake Market, Shops at Woodlake and
Kohler Experiential Learning Center Kid /Par-
ent Activities (Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. only).
Earth Day is a day to remind us that we are
able to make our world a more environmentally
friendly place.
Create a more sustainable landscape
Kohler Gardener
Learn how to make and use a rain barrel and
see compost demos.
Green Design Kohler Design Center
Nicole Facciuto, Designer and Environmen-
talist, TV Host for HGTV Network and LEED-
AP will demonstrate how to incorporate envi-
ronmentally friendly products into our everyday
Save Water America Kohler Design Center
parking lot
Learn how Kohler Co. is dedicated to edu-
cating America on the importance of water con-
servation. Visit www.SaveWaterAmerica.com
for a sneak peek. Also, purchase water-saving
KOHLER products at a special discount.
Celebrate Earth Day as you learn more
about your carbon footprint Woodlake Market
Organic and healthy food and beverage vendor
Renewable energy and home tips Kohler
Design Center
Learn about programs that allow you to re-
ceive energy from renewable resources, like
wind and water.
For more information, please contact Re-
becca Schramm at 920-457-4441 ext. 74294 or
Kohler Earth Expo will feature
activities, eco-product
give-a-ways and discounts
2010 Demonstration Kitchen schedule
Saturdays through April 2010
Come in from the cold and warm up with
wonderful tastes and aromas at our Saturday
Demonstration Kitchen sessions. Tucked away
in The Shops at Woodlake Kohler, the working
kitchen provides an intimate, informal setting
for chefs and guests to interact from preparation
to presentation to final tasting.
All sessions are priced at $25 each or attend
with a companion at two for $40. 11a.m. and 2
p.m. For more information and reservations,
call 457-8000. All demonstrations presented by
chefs of The Kitchens of Kohler. Schedule sub-
ject to change.
Upcoming sessions*:
April 3 Traditional Italian Easter Chef
Lenny Sorce, Riverbend
April 17 The American Club Pizza Crusts,
Calzones and Pomagia Head Baker Doug
April 24 Springtime Brunch Chef Ulrich
Koberstein (Destination Kohler), Chef Paul Shi-
mon (Cucina), Chef Lenny Sorce (Riverbend),
Chef Paul Smitala (Blackwolf Run)
*Some sessions may be sold out
For the first time ever at a PGAChampi-
onship, each paid adult admission will re-
ceive up to four complimentary junior
admissions for children age 17 and under.
The family-friendly ticket option for the
seasons final major, August 9-15, at
Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI focuses on
attracting more youth to the excitement of
professional golf.
The expanded complimentary junior ad-
missions program allows families to enjoy
the Championship at an affordable cost.
Starting at $60, a family of six can come to
a practice round, says Barry Deach, Cham-
pionship Director. I cant think of any
other major golf championship that provides
this kind of access to the finest all-profes-
sional field in the sport, and at such a rea-
sonable price.
Practice rounds run Monday through
Wednesday and offer spectators the only op-
portunity to bring cameras and to seek auto-
graphs from the players.
Complimentary junior tickets were intro-
duced at last years 91st PGAChampi-
onship at Hazeltine National Golf Club in
Chaska, MN where two junior admissions
were given per one adult ticket purchase.
The efforts were met with great enthusiasm
resulting in more than 40,000 junior admis-
sions distributed throughout the week.
The 92nd PGAChampionship seeks to
exceed last years success in an effort to get
more young people interested and excited
about the game of golf. Were excited to
double the offer of free junior admissions
for the fans in Wisconsin, says Deach. We
proudly take on the border battle challenge
of distributing more tickets than our friends
in Minnesota.
Valuing the development of young peo-
ple through golf and building excitement for
the sport is a top priority of The PGAof
America and Kohler Co. In fact, Kohler do-
nates $1 for every round played on the
Straits course to The First Tee, an organiza-
tion that impacts young people through the
game of golf. Offering complimentary jun-
ior admissions further extends this shared
mission and illustrates both organizations
dedication to the initiative. Im proud of
the commitment The PGAof America and
Kohler have made to families and to youth
interested in golf, says Scott Anderson,
92nd PGAChampionship General Chair-
man and Group President-Hospitality and
Real Estate, Kohler. Co. Its clear that
youth participation in the sport of golf is in-
creasing and we couldnt be happier.
Visit www.pga2010.com or call (800)
PGA-GOLF to purchase tickets for the 92nd
PGAChampionship. Complimentary junior
tickets are available onsite at the Will Call
Office at the Championship entrance on the
day of admission.
Juniors share in
the excitement
Four free junior admissions
permitted with every paid adult
at PGA Championship
Calendar of Events, continued from page 19
Kohler Golf Academy for
Women Weekends in May
May 13-16, 20-23, 27-30
Community Rate $700 per person
The Kohler Golf Academy for Women
packages have been enhanced with touches
of yoga and wellness.
In addition to top golf instruction and on-
course lessons with Kohler Golf Academy
certified instructors, ladies will enjoy Kohler
Waters Spa discounts, a 90-minute group
yoga session and a wine and cheese reception
at the Kohler Waters Spa.
This is a golf experience with a womans
Package includes: 9 hours of golf instruc-
tion with Kohler Golf Academy certified in-
structors, 60-minute Wellness Presentation by
Jean Kolb, Chairperson of the International
Spa Association and Director of Wellness
Businesses for Kohler Co. , 90-minute Yoga
on the Lake session, golf specific, wine and
cheese reception at Kohler Waters Spa, one
18-hole round of golf on the Original Cham-
pionship Course at Blackwolf Run (River
course holes 1-4 and 14-18 and holes 10-18
of the Meadow Valleys course), site of the
2012 U.S. Womens Open Championship,
lunches at Blackwolf Run and Cucina, addi-
tional golf rounds available at a discounted
rate on the Original Championship Course
and Irish course, unlimited use of practice fa-
cilities, daily bag storage, cleaning, locker
and shoe service and 20% discount on all
services purchased at Kohler Waters Spa
throughout the weekend.
Hip Hop Core Yoga and Meditation
April 30, 6:30-9pm, $50
Combining the best of world music grooves and a
vigorous vinyasa flow, Wade transforms your yoga
practice into the ultimate playground. Be trans-
ported to a deep place of release as Wade wraps
up the class with live music. Be prepared to sweat,
work your physical body and journey to a new
place of freedom in mind and spirit. Open to all lev-
Dynamic Transformative Yoga
May 1, 9:30am-12:30pm, $55
A dynamic flow class based on Wades intelligent
sequencing principles. Come explore and learn
alignment and the art of sequencing. Together well
delve deeper into a variety of asanas (backbends,
inversions, and twists). Throughout the workshop,
Wade will offer tips and nuggets to help you trans-
form your physical practice into a true mindful ex-
perience. Find peaceful bliss as Wade finishes the
class with live music. Come prepared to sweat,
and learn. Open to all levels of students! Also great
for teachers! Leave feeling empowered and truly
Alter Egos Exhibit
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler
Arts Center
March 1-April 25
Collaborative works by Wisconsin artists Theresa
Abel and Kelli Hoppmann. No purchase necessary.
Intentions Special Events
April 1-30
Special events throughout the month include:
Well-being Sample Readings, Free Numerology
Profiles, Free Aromatherapy Treatments, Develop
Your Intuition, Free Reiki Body Scans, and Discus-
sion Groups. Please call 457-9543 for more infor-
mation and a complete schedule or visit us at
Spring Break Special: Its Spring so Take a Break
and relax at Kohler Waters Spa!
Kohler Waters Spa
Buy one spa service at regular price and get a sec-
ond service at half price along with waived usage
fees. Take time for yourself or grab your best friend
and enjoy the day together. Enjoy spa amenities in-
cluding relaxation pool with waterfall, whirlpools,
cool plunge, steam, sauna, lounge areas, spa fit-
ness center and spa boutique.