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Volume 8, Number 16
Historic Tavern Swing-O-Matics bring Reopens with big-band sound to Flare
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, April 5 Festive Fridays at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan welcomes April with the big, bold, brassy sound of The Swing-O-Matics on Friday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m.. This popular eight-piece ensemble, which includes guitar, upright bass, vibes, drums, trumpet, trombone, sax, and a talented male crooner, was named 2002 Wisconsin Area Music Industry’s (WAMI) Best Big Band Group. The band channels the spirit of the 1940s and ‘50s with a repertoire that includes
tunes by Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington and Bobby Darin, but gives audiences a contemporary blast of energy with tunes by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, among many others. With dancing, live music, free appetizers, 12 galleries of art including the fascinating Uncommon Ground exhibitions and a cash bar, Festive Fridays are the perfect way to wind up the workweek and start the weekend off with a party. Tickets available at the door ($12), or in advance ($10) by call-
ing (920) 458-6144 or visiting www.jmkac.org. Attendees must be 21. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. The Arts Center is located at 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan.
The destination for good food and good fellowship
The Horse & Plow restaurant and pub has been refurbished and refurnished. The historic tavern reopens with a new layout, expansive bar and a menu featuring pub fare with flare. The bar has been lengthened to accommodate an unprecedented number of tap lines and bottled beers featuring Wisconsin and American craft beers alongside top Domestic and Import brews. The new menu is comprised of pub favorites and a few surprises. After a tall draft and a comforting meal, guests will enjoy the new lounge-area outfitted with cushy furniture, a heart-warming fireplace and ample televisions perfect for game day (or night).
The grand celebration is planned for April 6 featuring music, food & drink specials and surprises. Call 920-457-8000 for more information.
2013 WPGA Special Awards Feature Jim Richerson, Golf Professional of the Year The Wisconsin Section, PGA is pleased to announce our 2013 WPGA Special Award winners. These awards recognize the extraordinary accomplishments of our Wisconsin PGA Professionals on and off the course. Award winners will be honored at a reception on Monday, March 11th at Brookfield Suites. This reception is part of the Wisconsin PGA spring meeting and merchan-
dise show. Whistling Straits Additionally, Kohler Group Director of Golf Golf associates were honJim Richerson comes to ored as 2013 WPGA SpeKohler from the PGA of cial Award Winners: America having served Junior Golf Leader – as Senior Director of Dirk Willis, PGA Director PGA Golf Properties, of Golf (A-4) of Blackwhere he was overseeing Jim Richerson wolf Run & Whistling Straits day-to-day operations of PGA Merchandiser of the Year (Re- owned and operated facilities insort) – Josue Reyes, Merchandise cluding the PGA Golf Club, PGA Manager of Blackwolf Run & Country Club and PGA Learning
Center in Port St. Lucie, Florida as well as the highly acclaimed Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky. During the first 18 years of his career, Richerson was affiliated with the Marriott & Ritz-Carlton Hotel Corporation, holding various executive and management positions at several of the corporation’s upscale golf properties, including Director of Golf Operations at The Ritz-Carlton
Golf Club in Orlando, Florida as well as General Manager & Golf Professional positions at courses in Georgia, Hawaii, California, Arizona and Missouri. He has been a PGA Member since 1995 and served as a member of the 2010 PGA Championship Executive Committee and is the General Chairman of the 2012 U. S. Women’s Open. He is also a member of the PGA Board of Directors.
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Kids-only Board of Directors shapes dental office decisions On March 16, 2013, Bullard Children’s Dentistry held its 7th annual Board of Directors meeting. This year’s Board consists of children ages 5 to 13 years old. After taking the “Oath of Office” administered by Dr. George Bullard, this very special group generated many creative ideas and provided excellent feedback for the staff at Bullard Children’s Dentistry. Twelve board members came together to brainstorm on a number of topics, including how to make the waiting room even more fun (a zip line to the treatment chairs) and making the outside of the building eye-catching (a topiary of Dr. George). The Board also voted for their favorite flavors of toothpaste and fluoride, and which toys should be in the Treasure Box. As a special project this year, each Board member designed and created a necktie for Dr. George. The participants were selected based on nomination letters submitted by parents. A new Board is selected annually. Each Board
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Saturday, April 20, 8:00 am - 3:30 pm. 5+ rooms packed with merchandise including clothing, antiques, jewelry, purses, holiday items, crafts, wall hangings, toys/games/sports and general merchandise with furniture/tools in the church garage. Brat fry/bake sale. No early sales.
Sunday, April 28 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. LEGION CLUB ROOM
Pictured* (left to right, front to back) with Dr. George Bullard are this year’s esteemed members of the Bullard Children’s Dentistry Board of Directors: Lucas Leibham (6), Molly Trepanier (9), Jillian Burkhardt (7), Sophia Torke (6), Dior Richter (8), Korynne Wesener (6), Trinity Curia (5), Harry Cygan (7), Julianna Neu (10), Logan Herman-Lindow (13), Emma Huehns (11), and Braden Neu (7).
member serves for one year. Pictured* (left to right, front to back) with Dr. George Bullard are this year’s esteemed members of the Bullard Children’s Dentistry Board of Directors: Lucas Leibham (6), Molly Trepanier (9), Jil-
134 E. Park Ln, Kohler LOCATION-LOCATION-LOCATION! Overlooking Ravine Park-Close to school 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths with numerous updates Large living room-dining room with built-ins Updated kitchen & baths, carpet, paint Refinished wood floors 3 Season porch, new 2.5 car garage Nice room sizes, move-in ready! #3762 $189,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714
755 Woodland Rd., Kohler QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP Designed for entertaining Formal and informal living space Living room, library, office Formal dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths Family room with 2 sided gas fireplace Kitchen features GE Monogram Series appliances 6 Burner gas range with double ovens Professional grade range hood with warming rack Butlers pantry w/60 bottle wine chiller View this property at: www.755WoodlandRd.com #3736 $659,000 Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
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lian Burkhardt (7), Sophia Torke (6), Dior Richter (8), Korynne Wesener (6), Trinity Curia (5), Harry Cygan (7), Julianna Neu (10), Logan Herman-Lindow (13), Emma Huehns (11), and Braden Neu (7).
531 Madison, Sheboygan Falls BRATS HAMBURGERS POTATO SALAD BEANS BARS REFRESHMENTS CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE Sophia Torke, 6, presents “Dr. George” with a tie she made for him.
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1430 N. 7th Street, Sheboygan TRADITIONAL BRICK HOME 3 Bedroom 2 bath home Great northeast side neighborhood Walking distance to Lake Michigan Lovingly restored Formal living and dining areas Nicely redone kitchen Wonderful woodwork & built-ins New garage in 2010 #3756 $179,900 Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
700 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler KOHLER-QUALITY BUILT ALL BRICK RANCH Exclusive, Woodland North Subdivision Private lot, deck overlooks wooded conservancy Beautiful kitchen, cherry wood floors, granite, SS appliances LR/w gas FP, vaulted ceiling, wall of built-ins Superb view of back yard and deck MBR suite, patio doors to deck, WIC, private bath Den or possible third bedroom Partially finished lower level, full bath Oversized 3 car attached garage A REAL MUST SEE! View this property at: www.700treehousepkwy.com #3710 $499,000 Mike Daniels 946-0034
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737 Audubon Rd, Howards Grove • EXQUISITE DETAILS, FABULOUS HOME Elegant, 2-story entry w/Brazilian cherry flooring Floor-to-ceiling windows in living room w/built-in bookshelves & marble FP Master w/dual vanities & closets Kitchen w/tons of counter space, all appliances stay 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, over 2500 sq. ft. Lower level family room w/9 ft. ceilings In ground sprinkler system & fire pit, patio & front porch #3754 $299,900 Trish Valleskey 980-7805
PRICE REDUCED 604 Pine Circle, Kohler STUNNING ONE OF A KIND! Totally renovated inside and outside Open floor plan with spacious rooms Kitchen designed to professional standards Flexible space for 2-4 bedrooms Amazing 3.5 bathrooms Tastefully finished basement with egress window Great porch, beautiful stone patio, gorgeous landscape Home will appeal to the most discriminating buyer! #3706 $449,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714
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NEW LISTING 1097-1C Woodlake Rd, Kohler KOHLER CONDO 2nd Floor Condo has open floor plan w/FP and Oak Kitchen Cabinets 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths up Family room and a full bath down Main level laundry for convenience Large deck provides additional outdoor living space Single car attached garage Easy access to all Kohler amenities #3765 $198,900 Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
1084A Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler EXTRA SPECIAL KOHLER CONDO Set in the picturesque Village of Kohler Loaded with extras, really great family room with tin ceiling Main level master suite with 2 WI-Closets Refinished Barnboard flooring in LR, Dr, and FR Bright & cheery throughout, all appliances included Wonderful landscaping with a hidden stone patio 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, storage garage #3747 $299,500 Mike Daniels 946-0034
1111 Aspen Rd, Kohler IMPECCABLE MODERN/TRADITIONAL KOHLER HOME • Beautiful two story entry/open staircase • Sunken living/dining combo • Gourmet style kitchen w/eating area • 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths & 2 half baths • Master bedroom suite w/dressing room • Master bath with separate tub/toilet areas • Lower level family room w/wet bar • Professionally landscaped yard • Custom deck w/built-in planters & lighting #3697 $389,900 Terri Stewart 912-4303
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NEW LISTING 421 Maple Dr., Plymouth FANTASTIC SOUTH-HILLS SUBD. HOME Not A Drive By – 2-Story in South Hills Subdivision 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 fireplaces Many updates, some in-floor radiant heat & Ann Sacks tile Living Rm w/gas fireplace, 1st floor den Formal dining rm, large kitchen with island Lower Level game room w/fireplace Lower Level Family room, office & full bath Excellent storage space, beautiful wood floors #3766 $249,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714
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1213 S 20th St., Sheboygan VERY WELL MAINTAINED Charming 3 Bedroom Bungalow Many updates throughout Granite counters, Hardwood floors New roof, furnace and hot water heater in 2009 2 car garage, beautiful yard with paver patio Good location close to schools, shopping Easy access to highways Move-in ready, A Perfect Starter Home! #3748 $124,900 Meg Trager 207-9228
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412 Summit Rd, Kohler TRADITIONAL KOHLER BRICK HOME 3 bedroom home w/tons of charm Bright and cheery kitchen Beautiful living room w/fireplace Dining room w/gleaming wood floors Finished lower level rec room Nice size yard w/great views of park 1 car detached garage w/carport #3672 $235,000 Brian Homiston 889-9439
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CLEAN OUT AND CASH IN AS YOU SELL YOUR GENTLY USED CHILDREN’S ITEMS SEEKING CONSIGNORS FOR SHEBOYGAN’S FIRST CHILDREN’S CONSIGNMENT SALE
Sell your children’s clothing, toys, baby equipment & nursery furniture and earn 65% of the selling price.
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Everyone will finish first at the Kohler Derby!
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Spring is finally in the air and that means a favorite springtime tradition is on the way. The 16th annual Kohler School Performing Arts Organization dinner Auction will be held on Saturday, April 20th at Pine Hills Country Club. This event is a social highlight for the community of Kohler. Kohler School PAO Dinner Auction promotes and supports the music program and generates interest in the performing arts. Proceeds from this event benefit Kohler School music programs including middle school music camp scholarships and the high school performance tours. This year’s theme is “The Kohler Derby”. It will be a funfilled evening of hats, bow-ties, seersucker and mint-juleps. Reserve your spot along the rail to take part in all the excitement.
In addition to the live and silent auctions, there will also be a special “WIN-PLACE-SHOW “ raffle with a 1st Place prize of an iPad Mini - Everything you love about iPad and you can hold it in one hand! 2nd Place wins a $50 Best Buy Gift Card and 3rd Place wins a $25 Cherry Berry Gift Card. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 and can be purchased in advance by contacting Wendy Kukla at Kuklaw@kohler.k12.wi.us or at the event. (Winners need not be present) So join the field on Derby Day. Go to kohlerpublicschools.org and click on PAO under Upcoming Events for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an invitation (RSVP by April 13). Everyone goes home a winner at the Kohler Derby! You can bet on it!
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Colors! Prints! Stripes & Florals! with Jewelry & Scarves to accessorize And new to the store: Brighton Footwear in a variety of colors & styles We look forward to seeing YOU this spring! Grab a friend and shake off the winter blues, at your locally owned, women's boutique
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Kohler math team members place in top three in their divisions UPCOMING PROGRAMS AND EVENTS: April 16, 6:30 – 8:00 pm: Invasive plant ID and control April 18, 6:00-8:00 pm: Wetland monitoring April 30, 6:30 – 8:00 pm: Invasive plant ID and control May 18, 10 am – 2 pm: Litter clean-up by canoe May 22, 7:30 – 9:30 pm: Bat surveys Programs held at Sheboygan County UW-Extension Oﬃce and Camp Y-Koda. Contact Deb Beyer at 459-6644 or email@example.com for info and to register Hosted by UW-Extension Regional Natural Resources Program, Camp Y-Koda and the Sheboygan River Basin Partnership, with support from with the Wisconsin DNR and the U.S. Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
Sixteen math teams from six different schools including Kohler participated in a February 11 math meet. Kohler’s Team 1 finished in second place behind St. Lawrence Seminary's Team Alpha. In the twelfth grade division, Tim Valecenti took first place and Nate Tures took third place. Hunter Lewinski placed third among the ninth graders. Kohler Teams 2 and 3 had strong showings finishing in seventh and eighth places respectively.
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Kohler Rec. programs online registration now open A number of Kohler Recreation Department programs are available online for registration and credit card or PayPal payment. Register online for baseball, swimming lessons, summer camps, and, new this year, youth bus trips to Bay Beach, a Brewers game, and Tundra Bay waterpark in Green Bay. . A “live” pdf of the program guide is available for download from the front page of kohlerrecre-
ation.com. This pdf contains links and buttons to the online registration forms so you can register directly from the program guide rather than navigating the website. Problems with the website or online registration forms (broken links, etc.) should be reported first to the webmaster by clicking the “Contact Webmaster” link on the front page of the website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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KHS to stage classic comedy â€œYou Canâ€™t Take It With Youâ€? Opens April 11th Kohler High actors and actresses are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their spring production of Moss Hart and George Kaufmanâ€™s Pulitzer Prizewinning play, â€œYou Canâ€™t Take It With You.â€? The play is the most performed American play of all times and was last performed at Kohler High in 1971. Set in 1938, the play revolves around the Sycamore family, a loving group of crazy individuals who have a slightly off-beat approach to life. The one sensible member of the family, daughter Alice, brings home her fiancĂŠ, a young man from a very straitlaced family. When the young manâ€™s parents show up for dinner on the wrong night, everything that can go wrong does and the en-
tire clan ends up in jail. The cast includes many veteran KHS actors along with a few new faces. Jessica Dyksterhouse plays the family matriarch, Penny Sycamore, Andrew Grose plays her father, Martin Vanderhof, and Hunter Lewinski plays her husband, Paul. Their two daughters, Alice and Essie are played by Annabelle Goese and Seerena Yang. John Tengowski plays Ed, Essieâ€™s husband, and Katie Anderson and Joe Schmitt play Rheba and Donald, the family cook and her boyfriend. Tony Kirby, Aliceâ€™s fiancĂŠ, is played by Logan Wright and Zach Neil and Grace Lofgren have the roles of his father and mother. The cast is rounded out by Kitty Oâ€™Neill as Madame Kolenchov, Sam Maass as Mr. DePinna,
Sarah Leick as Wilma Henderson, Madeline Kelly as Gay Wellington and Kelsey Wright as the Grand Duchess Olga Katrina. Brett Friske plays an FBI agent along with Jake Porter and Christian Lofgren. The play is co-directed by Peggy Hoffmann and senior Sarah Leick. Megan Conklin is designing hair and make-up and Cody Gartman and Jonathan Watson will be handling sound and lighting. Performances are Thursday, April 11 and Saturday, April 13 at 7 pm and Sunday, April 14 at 2 pm. Tickets are available at the high school office and are $5.00 in advance and $6.00 at the door. Tickets are good for any show.
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Intentions calendar of events “The Modern Shaman” Workshop: Two Wednesday Evenings, April 10th and 17th, 2013 Learn how to walk between worlds and live in each one. Move thru life as an "energy being". You will learn techniques to heal yourself and others and create what you want by changing your perception of the world. This class emphasizes not the shaman's physical tools but focuses on the core essence of what it is to be a shaman. Presented by UW instructor, Reiki Master/Teacher and Shaman John Oestreicher. Certificate of Completion. $95.00 per person. 6:30pm – 8:30pm Held at Intentions. Call 457-9543. UW-Sheboygan 2013 Classes Develop Your Intuition: Four Tuesday Evenings, April 9th – 30th, 2013 Popular instructors, John and Pamela Oestreicher return with an all NEW offering. You will learn
the mechanics of the intuitive abilities and the skill-building techniques to tap your inner wisdom. Understand what intuition is and how to trust yours! Practice the skills used by Professional Intuitives to gain insight into the world around us. 6:30pm to 8:30 p.m. $59.00 To register call UW Sheboygan at 920-459-6617. UW-Fond du Lac 2013 Class Healthy Sleep Workshop: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 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. Learn about natural, holistic and practical techniques that help you develop a calm and peaceful mind. $29.00 6:30pm to 8:30pm To register call UW Fond du Lac at 920-929-3622.
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The public is invited to an evening of music at Grace UCC, 500 School Street, on Friday, April 19 starting at 7 pm. The evening will feature chamber music from members of the Sheboygan Symphony, Winds of Worship, a flute group, a local guitar player, and the Senior Choir of Grace UCC performing several numbers each and concluding with Dan Ognavic playing the new Rodgers organ. The sanctuary of the church will resonate with the sounds of music in a variety of ways. This will be born out in the variety of music styles offered in the concert. Following the concert there will be refreshments to delight the palate.
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Kohler representatives Elementary students celebrate for Badger Girls and Dr. Seuss’s birthday Boys State chosen In January, the faculty of Kohler High School selected representatives to attend the 2013 Badger Girls and Boys State programs. Criteria for selection included leadership, scholarship, service, and participation in school activities. Delegates selected for Badger Girls State which is held on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Campus in June are: Annebelle Goese, daughter of Michael Goese and Christel Robertson, and Grace Lofgren, daughter of Christopher Lofgren and Holly Lofgren. Lindsey Griswold, daughter of Bob and Jenelle Griswold and Anne Benishek, daughter of Brian and Carol Benishek , were selected as alternates for the Badger Girls program. Lindsey will attend as an alternate in place of Annebelle Goese. Badger Girls State is a week of learning about local, county and state government. American Legion Auxiliary Badger Girls State is not a recreational or sports program. Citizens are divided into two political parties—the Federalists and Nationalists. They develop their own party platforms and formulate their own issues. Citizens “learn by doing” as they function on city, county and state levels by electing officials in the manner prescribed by regular election procedures and conducting business on those levels. Every girl is encouraged to participate in some level of the governmental process.
Derek Egbert, son of Paul and Sonia Egbert, and Andrew Grose, son of Greg and Jennifer Grose were selected to participate in the Badger Boys State on the Ripon College campus. Philip Case, son of Jim and Nancy Case, and Zach Neil, son of Dale and Linda Neil were selected as alternates for the Badger Boys program. Badger Boys State participants develop their own party platforms, pass local ordinances and utilize a state patrol and judicial system to enforce the laws and constitution of the 51st state. Additionally, citizens choose from a series of schools of instruction such as: law, peace officer, leadership, public speaking, parliamentary procedure, and lobbying and campaign strategies, among others. Badger Boys State citizens also have an opportunity to participate in a variety of team sports that compete throughout the week, a band and choir, or write for the Badger Bugle Citizen, the official newspaper of Badger Boys State. The Prescott-Bayens Post N. 83 of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary sponsor these programs to foster an understanding of American government. Students from throughout the state learn the principles of democracy by living together as self-governing citizens, studying the Constitution and sharing experiences that demonstrate both the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship.
Submitted by Alyca Arentsen & Denise Roth Celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday has become a big deal for Kohler Elementary students. The Kindergarten and 1st grade students had opportunities all week to hear his books come to life and created some creative art projects. On Friday, March 1st, these students welcomed a guest reader to the library. It was the famous Cat in the Hat. Students in grades 2 and 3 were also given time to recall those famous Dr. Seuss stories and then were quizzed on the characters. Winners were Emma Truman,
Olivia Hunsucker, Aidan McCann, Donny Sobecki, David Unger and Kimmy Schipper. They had their names on the winner’s wall outside Mrs. Roth’s room. The 4th and 5th graders had an opportunity to research, read and take quizzes about Dr. Seuss using I-pads in the classrooms, as a “Bomber Time” activity. This was organized by Mrs. Arentsen. The school was decorated with art projects, new bulletin boards and special stickers given to all those who participated in celebrating this famous children’s author.
Scott Roberts Memorial Tournament another success Kohler 6th grade girls take 3rd in Howards Grove tournament
The Kohler Soccer Club, in association with the Sheboygan Falls Y, hosted the Scott Roberts Memorial 3 on 3 Indoor Soccer Tournament on March 9th & 10th, 2013 at Kohler Public Schools. The tournament was a great success with 65 teams participating from the U-8 Coed division through High School. Many Kohler teams participated as well as teams from the surrounding communities such as Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Plymouth, Cedar Grove and Howards Grove. All teams displayed great sportsmanship and competitive spirit. The Kohler Soccer Club would like to thank the generous businesses that contributed towards the tournament: Plymouth Foam In-
corporated, Masters Gallery Foods, Inc., Prevea Health, Walmart, Jimmy John’s, Kohler Co., Dr. James C. Magestro, Orthodontist, Sweet Potato’s Unique Boutique, Falls Healing Arts, Sheboygan Chevrolet, The Vollrath Company, and Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly. We would also like to thank all of the volunteers. We could not have made this tournament a success without you! Thank you to those who donated their time during the weekend and to those who donated baked goods. And lastly, thank you to Doug Bocchini, Kohler Public Schools and the Village of Kohler for their continued support of Kohler soccer.
Howards Grove - The Kohler girls 6th grade basketball team took third place on March 17 in the Howards Grove 6th Grade Girls Basketball Tournament. The team won their first game against Winnebago Lutheran (258), lost their second game to eventual tournament champion Valders (22-28) and orchestrated a come-from-behind victory versus St. Mary's Springs (22-21). Team members include, left to right, front row: Kate O'Leary, Alivia Hundt, Sami Renzelmann, Elly Udovich, and Molly Thomack; back row: Nicole Konecke, Emma Egbert, Cecelia Zielke and Sarah Sobecki. The team is coached by John Renzelmann, Bridgitt Zielke and Steve Zielke.
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Village Meetings Scheduled for April 4/1 4/1 4/3
Finance Committee 5:00 pm Property Committee 5:00 pm Library Noon (at library) 4/8 Village Board 5:30 pm 4/22 Recreation Committee 4:45 pm 4/25 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated. KOHLER FIRE DEPARTMENT BRAT FRY On Sunday, May 5, 2013, the Kohler Volunteer Fire Department is having its annual brat fry at the Fire Station from 11:00am – 6:00pm. Here’s a chance to enjoy some great food & refreshments, and at the same time show your appreciation to the firefighters who give so much time and effort, and risk their own lives to make our community safer. Proceeds from the fry are used to purchase special fire/rescue equipment, subsidize a portion of our business and social expenses, support various community youth programs, local area Fire/Rescue projects, and fund a scholarship in Police/Fire Sciences. Advance sale tickets are available from all members of the Fire Department, and we will be selling door-to-door throughout the Village in the weeks preceding the fry for your convenience. The tickets cost $1.00, and are worth $1.00 in trade at the fry, and also give you a chance at our nice selection of door prizes. Thank you for your support! See you on Sunday, May 5, 2013. For Your Information: The Kohler Volunteer Fire Department consists of 26 active firefighters and 19 social & honorary members. The active firefighters drill/practice at least two times per month, periodically attend firefighting classes, participate in many community activities as a department, and have a monthly business/social meeting. The active firefighters are on call 7 days a week/24 hours a day for emergency responses. We welcome new active and social members. Current Active Firefighters: Chief-Mike Lindstrom; Deputy Chiefs-Gary Lindow & Jack Jarvis; Captains-Chuck Keller, Brett Edgerle & Dan Fibiger; Lieutenants-Randy Bauer, Chris Berlin & Brian Horneck; Safety Officers-Jeff Simon & Mark Knipping; Firefighters-Mike Finney, Nate Jingst, Mike Kelm, TJ Kramer, Greg Lindstrom, James O’Leary, Randy Rydz, Tom Schumacher, Charles Stalzer, Robert Taubenheim,
Frank Thesier, Scott Uselding, Brad Wicklund, Dietmar Wohlgemuth & Todd Zimmermann. Current Social/Honorary Members: Jerry Baird, Cap Baxter, Tom Gast, Lee Gumm, Bob Hiers, Robert Holzrichter, Gordon Horneck, Henry Horneck, Jason Keller, Joe Kleefisch, Randy Kraemer, Tom Leonhardt, Bundy Lorenz, John Pethan, Tim Pilgrim, Tom Schnettler, Gerry Simon, Tom Teaters & Mike Zimmermann. Current K.F.D. Officers: President-Mike Zimmermann; Vice President-Dietmar Wohlgemuth; Secretary-Jack Jarvis; TreasurerDan Fibiger; Trustees-Jerry Baird, Chuck Keller & Greg Lindstrom.
From Clerk/ Treasurer Laurie Lindow Spring Election, Tuesday, April 2: The Spring Election will be held Tuesday, April 2. The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Voter registration is available on Election Day. Water/Sewer Utility ACH Available: The Village of Kohler Water and Sewer Utility is now able to accept ACH payments for your water and sewer utility bill. How does this work? Once you are signed up for direct payment, your utility payment will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the due date of the billing for the amount due. You will still receive a billing statement each quarter indicating the amount that will be withdrawn from your account and the date of the withdrawal. No checks to write, no postage, no late fees. If you are interested in signing up you will need to complete a Direct Payment Agreement Form. Forms are available in the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office or online at www.kohlervillage.org. Return your form along with a voided check to the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office.
From Police Chief Bill Rutten 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.
on North 21st street in Sheboygan. There is a $10 charge for appliances containing Freon.
Parking issues: Recently I had a conversation with a resident on Audubon Rd. It was about parking and the difficulty of backing out of their driveway due to neighbors’ vehicles parked nearby. There apparently are cars near the driveway and across the street. The citizen was wondering if the street could be marked so parking was allowed on only one side, so traffic would flow and to make it easier to back out. We do this during Special Events like the July 4th Fireworks. This issue would be the same on other streets in that West II subdivision, Hill St., Pinetree Rd. and Greentree Rd. These streets were engineered more narrow than what streets are engineered for now. When cars are parked on both sides of the street the roadway is very narrow. Before making an ordinance change, the Village Trustees wanted the neighbors to be aware that they should be cognizant of the other cars around them when parking, so they don’t clog the street. The Village would like to leave it the way it is, but will make a change if parking becomes a problem.
GRASS CLIPPINGS: Village residents are encouraged to mulch as much of their grass clippings as possible. If this is not possible, grass clippings may be placed by the curbside on Tuesdays in a solid container, such as a bushel basket or garbage can, not to exceed 50 lbs. NO PLASTIC BAGS ARE ALLOWED. DO NOT RAKE GRASS, LEAVES OR DEBRIS INTO THE STREET.
From Public Works Superintendent Bruce Neerhof SHEBOYGAN COUNTY CLEAN SWEEP: Bring your household hazardous waste to the Sheboygan County designated locations on May 10 & 11, 2013. There is a $10 charge per vehicle. For more information go to www.sheboyancounty.com. DISPOSAL OF ELECTRONICS: It is state law that electronics cannot be disposed of into a landfill. Residents can dispose of electronics at the Sheboygan County Clean Sweep Days, at Best Buy, or Advanced Disposal on Paine Avenue in Sheboygan (458-6030). DISPOSAL OF APPLIANCES: Residents are encouraged to dispose of appliances at the place of purchase. Appliances may be taken to Sheboygan Scrap metal
GARBAGE: Household garbage must be in clear plastic bags, or loose in garbage cans. No black bags are allowed. RECYCLING: Recyclables must be in bins, or transparent blue bags.
YARD WASTE & BRUSH: Yard waste is picked up on Tuesdays and must be placed in solid containers. Brush should be neatly piled in four-foot lengths. NO PLASTIC BAGS ARE ALLOWED. DO NOT RAKE GRASS, LEAVES OR DEBRIS INTO THE STREET. Village residents are allowed to rake their leaves into the street during the designated fall leaf collection program only. Large volumes of yard waste may be brought to the Advanced Disposal transfer station on Paine Avenue (458-6030). REPORTING OF ILLICIT DISCHARGE: It is a requirement in the Village of Kohler Storm Water Permit with the DNR to educate the Public on illicit discharges to the storm water system. An illicit discharge would be the dumping of any chemical, pet waste, or hazardous substance into the street or a storm basin inlet. The substance would eventually make its way into the Sheboygan River causing a pollution hazard. To report an illicit discharge, please call the Public Works office at 459-3881. STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION: Water flowing into stormwater inlets in the street goes directly to the Sheboygan River. To prevent stormwater pollution: Clean up pet waste and dispose in a proper manner. Avoid over fertilizing your lawn. Mulching your grass can provide a natural fertilizer. Do not blow grass clippings and yard debris into the street. Wash your vehicles on the grass to avoid soapsuds from washing down your driveway and into the street.
Actions taken by the Village Board during their February 11 meeting: • Approved hiring Stewart Perronne to fill full-time Public Works position. • Approved Temporary Class B beer and wine license for Kohler Foundation, Inc. for 4/27/13. • Approved paying half of invoice from LA Equipment Services for work at 514 Summit Rd because of unique installation of vertical riser on property, cost $2,581.50. • Approved the Dept. of Public Works to perform work at Ebben Field, cost to be reimbursed by the Kohler School District, and supply topsoil at no charge. • Approved bidding Non-Motorized Transportation Project after easements are finalized. • Approved the following Resolutions: • 2013-1, Commendation to David Buhler, DPW Equipment Operator • 2013-2, Commendation to Charles Keller, DPW Technical 1
Village Board Thomas Schnettler, President Brett Edgerle Bill Kunst John Pethan Brian Post John Renzelmann Dietmar Wohlgemuth Jr. Clerk-Treasurer Laurie Lindow Police Chief William Rutten Public Works Supt. Bruce Neerhof Fire Chief Mike Lindstrom Recreation Director Doug Bocchini Aquatics Director Jen Vallo Librarian Erin Coppersmith
APRIL 1, 2013
KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
Summer Kohler Kare Signup We are now accepting applications for the Summer Kohler Kare at the Kohler School starting June 13 thru August 27th. Children starting JK in the 2013 school year thru 5th grade may attend and do not have to attend Kohler School. The summer day consists of outdoor play,
attending Kohler Village Recreation Department Programs, Library Time, Cooking Classes, Computer Classes,Field Trip Thursday and Swimming each day at the Kohler Pool. Applications can be picked-up with Mrs. Neil in the Kohler School Cafeteria or
printed from Kohler School web page under Kohler Kare. You may email Mrs. Neil at email@example.com or phone 803-7250.
Friday, December 16 1:45 p.m. Kohler Memorial Theatre
The Kohler High School Baseball Team needs your donations for our “FILL-A-BAG” Garage Sale FUNDRAISER! Gather up your unused small household items, toys, books and clothes and let’s get this thing done! LOCATION: Kohler High School Event Lobby Saturday, June 1st, 2013 8am to 1pm Bring your donations to Martha Safford or Suzanne Fink any time from now until the date of the event. Questions about this fundraising event can be directed to: Suzanne Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org or Martha Safford at email@example.com
May 24 is snow makeup day May 24 will be the day Kohler Schools students make up a day of school that was missed due to a February 27 snowstorm.
The April menu was unavailable at time of printing. Check kohlerpublicschools.org and click on “Lunch Menu”
Junior Kindergarten Round-Up, April 11, 2013 Round-up for children entering Junior Kindergarten in September 2013, will be held on Thursday, April 11. Village residents with children who will be four years old by September 1, 2012, who have not received Round-up information in the mail, should contact Karen Ingels @ 459-2920 x7210.
Please note that there is no school for the current Junior Kindergarten students on April 11, 2013. Kohler Kare will be available.
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 education screening program to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities and are at least three years old. Upon request, the school district will screen a child who has not graduated high school to determine whether a special education referral is appropriate. A request may be made by contacting the Special Education Director at 4592920.
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Music Notes On March 16, 2013 Kohler music students participated in the WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival. Results were fantastic! Because of limited space only the first place results are listed. Congratulations to all participants! Class C Vocal Duest â€“ Remy Haven & Hallie Wollin, Brittany Harrington & Kathryn Samuels, Kaleigh Roeder & Lauren Perzewski, and Allison Boerner & Kaelin Sbrocco; Vocal DB Duet â€“ Joey Coppersmith, Jack Kohler, Jack Kral, and Ben Maki; Vocal DB Quartet â€“ Carlyann Campione, Ryah Gutschow, Jamie Lewis, Megan Renzelmann, James Conklin, Rilind Hidri, Jacob Pellowski, and Brady Stefanczyk; Piano Solos â€“ Casey Johnson & Christy Zheng; Timpani Solo â€“ Sam Kohler; Tenor Saxophone Solo â€“ Francis Schueller; Snare Drum Solo â€“ Casey Johnson; Drum Set Solo â€“ Charlie Tobin; and Flute Solo â€“ Allison Pieper; Clarinet Solos: Emily Guesneau, Ben Tengowski, Eiley Miesfeldt, Serenity Schaefer; Brass & Percussion Ens., Misc. Brass Duet; Soprano Solos: Sarah Cassidy, Evelyn Heun, and Emily Tipton; Baritone Solo â€“ Jack Kral; Tenor Solos â€“ Sam Kohler & Ben Tengowski; Vocal Trio â€“ Lauren Horth, Emily Vallo, and Ursula Baca. Class B Tuba Solo â€“ Hunter Lewinski; Saxophone Duets: Marisa Adams
& Emily Boland, Kaelin Sbrocco & Allison Boerner , Ann Benishek & Sara Ertel; Saxophone Solo Kaelin Sbrocco; Clarinet Solos: Rachel Maggi & Carson Schneider; Baritone Solos: Andrew Bryce, Rilind Hidri, Jacob Pellowski, Brady Stefanczyk, and Hank Biznek; Piano Solos: Ben Tengowski, Rilind Hidri, and George Palof; Soprano Solos: Meg Biznek, Lauren Horth, and Ursula Baca; Tenor Solo â€“ Archie Brohn; Vocal Trio Donna Sarkar, Amelia Grose, and Abby Cieszynski, Mixed Vocal Duets: Hannah Cantrell & Christian Lofgren, Ryah Gutschow & Rilind Hidri; Girls Duet: Carlyann Campione & Jamie Lewis; Boys Duet Brett Friske & Sam Wenberg, Marimba Solo â€“ Sam Wenberg, Snare Drum Solo â€“ Everlyn Heun Class A Alto Solos: Jessica Dyksterhouse, Lindsey Griswold, Lily Hart, Molly Misfeldt. and Sarah Leick, Soprano Solos: Courtney Rutten, Katie Ruelle, and Kelsey Wright, Baritone Solo â€“ Joe Pellowski, Barbershop Quartet â€“ Logan Wright, Jacob Porter, Calvin Stefanczyk, and Jordan Toeller, Violin Duet Allison Boerner & Clara Montes, Parade Drum Solo â€“ Charlie Tobin, Vocal Trio â€“ Katie Lindow, Katie Ruelle, and Marisa Adams, Musical Theater Solos: Seerena Yang, Lindsey Griswold, and Logan Wright, Vocal Duets â€“ Grace Lofgren & Annabelle Goese, Megan Conklin
& Katie Ruelle, and Lindsey Griswold & Molly Misfeldt. Class A State [Qualified for State Festival] Swing Choir; Creative Electronic Instrument Ens. â€“ John Tengowski, Andrew Grose, and Kyle Struck; Jazz Ensemble; Madrigal Singers; Piano Solos â€“ John Tengowski & Katylyn Van Treeck; Parade Drum â€“ Jonathon Watson; Oboe Solo â€“ Sam Maass; Tuba Solo â€“ John Tengowski; Timpani Solo â€“ Andrew Grose; Marimba Solo â€“ Andrew Grose; Violin Solos â€“ Allison Boerner & Clara Montes; Classical Vocal Solos - Greg Suralik, Shelby Homiston, Katie Anderson, Andrew Grose, Izzy Heins, Annabelle Goese, Chloi Ducharme, Sam Dedek, Hannah Cantrell, Lauren Splivalo, Megan Conklin, Grace Lofgren, Seerena Yang, Elyse Gutschow, and Audra Hoffmann; Musical Theater Solos Andrew Grose, Shelby Homiston, John Tengowski, Greg Suralik, Molly Misfeldt, Jessica Dyksterhouse, Amelia Grose, Grace Lofgren, Sarah Leick, Kelsey Wright, Katie Ruelle, Chloi Ducharme, Annabelle Goese, Sam Dedek, and Elyse Gutschow; Jazz Strings Improvisation Solo â€“ Hunter Lewinski; Vocal Duet â€“ Megan Conklin & Katie Ruelle. Special thanks to Mrs. Kukla, Mrs. Hucke, Mr. Michael Schulz, Mrs. Hildebrand, Marcus Anderson, and Ms. Peggy Hoffmann for accompanying many of the student performances.
A remarkable experience: Kohler fifth graders attend Trees for Tomorrow By Courtney Yang Whatâ€™s your dream vacation? Is it snorkeling, rock climbing, or hiking? Well, fourteen fifth graders from Kohler Elementary recently had an experience that may change your mind! From February 18-20th, several lucky students attended Trees for Tomorrow (TFT), in Eagle River. TFT was founded in 1944 by a group of Wisconsin paper and electric utility companies. The intent was to reforest northern Wisconsin by giving seedlings to landowners and educating the public about our fragile natural resources. Their efforts still carry on today! When the fifth grade students visited TFT, we engaged in activities pertaining to their mission statement. Our learning experiences included both classroom and â€œin the fieldâ€? activities. These included snowshoe hiking, making paper, and learning about Wisconsinâ€™s wildlife such as bear, wolves, deer, and raptors. Isabel Oâ€™Donnell, a fifth grade student,
said, â€œMy favorite part was building fires outdoorsâ€Ś.you had to use teamwork to make sure the fire didnâ€™t go out.â€? This trip was made possible by generous donations by several local individuals. Kohler Elementary hopes to send 14 more fifth graders in October of next school year instead of the winter. Anyone
interested in donating and making this trip a reality for a group of next yearâ€™s fifth graders should contact Mr. DuMez at (920) 803-7234 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Courtney Yang was one of the 14 fifth graders who attended TfT this year. She is a student in Mrs. Eickholtâ€™s 4/5 class this year.
Kohler School Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes February 11, 2013 Call to Order Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. in the District Office Conference Room. Roll Call was taken by Laura Kohler. The following board members were present: Marlene Yang, Diane Kelly, Laura Kohler, Matt Kautzer and John Suralik. Statement of Public Notice February 8, 2013 Approval of Agenda Marlene Yang moved to approve the agenda. Laura Kohler seconded the motion. All ayes. To consider employment, contracts and performance-related information for employees over which the school board has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats. 19.85 (1) (c), 118.25, 119.85(f). Marlene Yang moved to convene into closed session. John Suralik seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. Discussion Items: Staffing, Board Governance Discussion was held. Laura Kohler moved to reconvene into open session. Diane Kelly seconded. The meeting reconvened into open session at 7:05 p.m. Board Presidentâ€™s Report Marlene and Quynh attended the WASB convention on January 22-25th. There were interesting side meetings and presentations. Wheatland Elementary is integrating STEM into elementary school curriculum. Other districts are using Build Your Own Curriculum. Cedarburg is using a pay for teacher performance model. Many districts are looking at individual learning plans for students at all levels. Governor Walker spoke and noted he will put additional monies into education for next yearâ€™s budget. Superintendentâ€™s Report Schools use digital portfolios as a tool for their students. The open enrollment period is underway. March 2 is the all school EXPO from 11-1. Local radio stations are advertising and the billboard is posted again. The Kohler School Foundation donation of laptops and smart boards are on site and the library and business labs will be ready in a few months. 50 families from Kohler Company attended financial aid workshops put on by our College & Career Advisor, Liza Fluet. Wendy Kukla and Rich Tengowski performed in the CHIME concert on Thursday Feb 7, 2013. The 4k, 5k & 1st grade students celebrated 100 days of school. The 3rd graders have a flat Stanley project. The 5th grade students are researching and writing about famous black Americans. The 6th grade students are learning outdoor winter skills. Laura Multer and Alyca Arentsen sponsored a technology night. Certificates of Honor The following high school students received certificates of honor: Adrienne Ahlborg, Katie Anderson, Eric Bauer, Hank Biznek, Hannah Cantrell, Megan Conklin, Hannah Coppersmith, Amanda Egbert, Derek Egbert, Cody Gartman, Amelia Grose, Andrew Grose, Lily Hart, Donna Karri, Lauren Kelm, Madeline Kelly, Kristina Kusel, Abby Lee, Annika Lee, Sam Maass, Ben Madigan, Rachel Maggi, Anna Mesalles, Brett Mueller, Kitty Oâ€™Neill, Jacob Porter, Courtney Rutten, Joseph Schmitt, Hannah Smith, Connor Sbrocco, Kyle Struck, Greg Suralik, Charlie Tobin, Maddie Todd, Mara Todd, Nate Tures, Katelyn Van
Treeck, and Logan Willis. The following middle school students received certificates of honor: Chloe Bohn, Rachel Proudman, Evan Udovich, Olivia DePagter, Katherine Wilkens, Christy Zheng, Allison Boerner, Archie Brohn, James Conklin, Rilind Hidri, Laura Lee, and Megan Sprinkman. Review of District Finances John Suralik noted that the finance committee met with the auditor. The finances are in good order and the district showed a surplus last year. The budget appears to be in good order this year. Consent Agenda January Minutes Invoices Reports of the Finance Committee Recommendation to contract with Specht Electric to install security system Reports of the Committee of the Whole Discussion of Ebben Field Phase II Discussion of school climate and culture Review of Superintendent goals Laura Kohler moved to approve the consent agenda. John Suralik seconded. All ayes. Consent agenda approved. Action and/or Discussion Items Adopt revised board policies 2414, 3131, 3140, 3340, 4131 and 4340 Adopt board policy 5630.01-Use of Restraint and Seclusion Adopt revised board policy 6520â€“Payroll Deductions Marlene Yang moved to table the policy discussion until the next committee of the whole meeting. Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. Approve Special Ed Teacher, Jeff Smithâ€™s request for paternity leave Matt Kautzer moved to approve Jeff Smithâ€™s request for paternity leave. Laura Kohler seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. Adopt the resolution of lodge, association or other similar organization by the school district of Kohler and the Performing Arts Organization with Bank First Nationalâ€“Laura Kohler moved to adopt the resolution of lodge, association or other similar organization by the school district of Kohler and the Performing Arts Organization with Bank First National. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. Accept the $900 grant from the University of Wisconsin Madison for Kyle McGilligan-Bentin, HS English Teacher Matt Kautzer moved to accept the $900 grant from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Laura Kohler seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. Accept the $2500 donation Lakeshore Technical College for Project Grill Laura Kohler moved to accept the $2500 donation from Lakeshore Technical College for Project Grill. Matt Kautzer seconded. All ayes. Adjournment Matt Kautzer moved to adjourn. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 7:45 pm. Important Dates February 25, 2013â€“Committee of the Whole @ 6:00 pm March 11, 2013â€“Regular Board Meeting @ 7:00 pm
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APRIL 1, 2013
KOHLER VARSITY GOLF SCHEDULE Activity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity
Type Invitational Invitational Duel Duel Invitational Duel Duel Tournament Duel Invitational
Day Sat Sat Tue Tue Wed Thu Mon Tue Thu Sat
Date 04/13/2013 04/13/2013 04/16/2013 04/23/2013 04/24/2013 04/25/2013 04/29/2013 04/30/2013 05/02/2013 05/04/2013
Time 9:00am 12:00pm 3:00pm 3:00pm 1:00pm 3:45pm 3:45pm 1:00pm 3:30pm TBD
Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity
Duel Duel Duel Conference Meet
Tue 05/07/2013 Fri 05/10/2013 Mon 05/13/2013
3:00pm 3:45pm 3:45pm
Versus Away vs. Platteville Away vs. Sheboygan Falls Away vs. Oostburg Away vs. Random Lake Away vs. Brookfield Central Sheboygan Lutheran Ozaukee Away vs. Brookfield Academy Away vs. Sheboygan County Christian "Brookfield Central, Catholic Memorial, Green Bay Notre Dame Academy, Hartford Union, Homestead, Lake Country Lutheran, Madison Edgewood, Menomonee Falls, Oshkosh Lourdes, Osseo-Fairchild, Pardeeville, Plymouth, Ripon, Roncalli, Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan North, Stoughton, Platteville" Away vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Cedar Grove-Belgium Howards Grove
Location Platteville Country Club The Bull Riverdale Country Club Hawthorne Hills Golf Course Wanaki Golf Course Blackwolf Run Golf Course Blackwolf Run Golf Course Bristlecone Pines Town and Country Golf Course - Sheboygan
Irish Course at Whistling Straits Quit Qui Oc Golf Course Blackwolf Run Golf Course Blackwolf Run Golf Course
"Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Oostburg, Ozaukee, Random Lake, Sheboygan County Christian, Sheboygan Lutheran" Blackwolf Run Golf Course ( Rain date - May 17)
KOHLER VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER SCHEDULE Activity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity Girls Varsity
Type Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Tournament Game Game Game Game
Day Thu Mon Tue Thu Tue Thu Mon Thu Tue Thu Mon Tue Thu Sat Tue Thu Mon Thu
Date 04/04/2013 04/08/2013 04/09/2013 04/11/2013 04/16/2013 04/18/2013 04/22/2013 04/25/2013 04/30/2013 05/02/2013 05/06/2013 05/07/2013 05/09/2013 05/11/2013 05/14/2013 05/16/2013 05/20/2013 05/23/2013
Time 4:30pm 6:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 6:00pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 7:00pm 8:30am 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 6:00pm
Versus "Mayville, SL/K GSC" "Manitowoc Lincoln, SL/K GSC" "Random Lake, SL/K GSC" SL/K GSC vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah "Ozaukee, SL/K GSC" SL/K GSC vs. Sheboygan County Christian "Cedar Grove-Belgium, SL/K GSC" SL/K GSC vs. Howards Grove SL/K GSC vs. Oostburg SL/K GSC vs. Random Lake "Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, SL/K GSC" "Living Word Lutheran, SL/K GSC" SL/K GSC vs. Ozaukee "Menomonee Falls, SL/K GSC" "Sheboygan County Christian, SL/K GSC" SL/K GSC vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium "Howards Grove, SL/K GSC" "Oostburg, SL/K GSC"
Location Mayville High School Ron Rubick Municipal Field Random Lake High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Ozaukee High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Cedar Grove-Belgium High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School Living Word Lutheran High School Kohler High School - Ebben Field Menomonee Falls High School Sheboygan County Christian High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Howards Grove High School Oostburg High School
KOHLER VARSITY SOFTBALL Activity Varsity
Versus SL/K SB vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium
Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity
Game Game Game Game Game Doubleheader Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game
Thu Fri Mon Tue Thu Tue Thu Fri Tue Thu Fri Tue Thu Tue
04/11/2013 04/12/2013 04/15/2013 04/16/2013 04/18/2013 04/23/2013 04/25/2013 04/26/2013 04/30/2013 05/02/2013 05/03/2013 05/07/2013 05/09/2013 05/14/2013
4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:00pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm
"Howards Grove, SL/K SB" "Random Lake, SL/K SB" SL/K SB vs. New Holstein SL/K SB vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah "Random Lake, SL/K SB" "Oostburg, SL/K SB" "Howards Grove, SL/K SB" "Cedar Grove-Belgium, SL/K SB" SL/K SB vs. Howards Grove "Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, SL/K SB" SL/K SB vs. Random Lake SL/K SB vs. Oostburg SL/K SB vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium SL/K SB vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah
Location Wildwood Athletic Park Howards Grove High School Kircher Park Wildwood Athletic Park Wildwood Athletic Park Kircher Park Oostburg High School Howards Grove High School Belgium Park Wildwood Athletic Park June Vollrath Park Wildwood Athletic Park Wildwood Athletic Park Wildwood Athletic Park Wildwood Athletic Park
KOHLER VARSITY BOYS TENNIS Activity Boys Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys JV Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity
Type Scrimmage Tournament Tournament Match Match Quad Match Match Match Meet Meet Match Match Match Match Quad
Day Tue Fri Sat Tue Thu Sat Mon Tue Thu Tue Tue Tue Thu Tue Thu Fri
Date 04/09/2013 04/12/2013 04/13/2013 04/16/2013 04/18/2013 04/20/2013 04/22/2013 05/17 & 19/2013 04/25/2013 04/30/2013 04/30/2013 05/17 & 19/2013 05/02/2013 05/07/2013 05/09/2013 05/10/2013
Time 4:00am 2:00pm TBD 4:00pm 4:00pm 9:00am 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 3:30pm
Boys Varsity Boys JV Boys Varsity Boys Varsity Boys Varsity
Meet Meet Match Quad Quad
Mon Mon Tue Fri Sat
05/13/2013 05/13/2013 05/14/2013 05/17/2013 05/18/2013
4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 3:30pm 8:30am
Versus Away vs. Fond du Lac Away vs. University School of Milwaukee Away vs. University School of Milwaukee Howards Grove Away vs. Kewaskum Away vs. New Berlin West Dominican Roncalli Sheboygan Falls Saint Lawrence Seminary Saint Lawrence Seminary Away vs. Plymouth Waupan Away vs. Two Rivers Kewaunee "Port Washington, Sussex Hamilton, Wauwatosa West" "Port Washington, Sussex Hamilton, Wauwatosa West" Xavier Xavier Away vs. Chilton "Plymouth, Pacelli, Roncalli" "Plymouth, Pacelli, Roncalli"
Location Fond Du Lac High School Moreland Tennis Club University School of Milwaukee Kohler High School Kewaskum High School New Berlin West Kohler High School Kohler High School Kohler High School Kohler High School Kohler High School Two Rivers High Kohler High School Sports Core Sports Core Kohler High School Kohler High School Chilton High School Sports Core Sports Core
KOHLER TRACK SCHEDULE Activity Varsity
Date Tue 04/09/2013
Varsity Girls Varsity Boys Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity Varsity
Meet Duel Duel Meet Invitational Meet Invitational
Thu 04/11/2013 Thu 04/11/2013 Thu 04/11/2013 Tue 04/16/2013 Sat 04/20/2013 Tue 04/23/2013 Fri 04/26/2013
4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 9:45am TBD 4:00pm
Invitational Fri 05/03/2013 Conference Meet Thu 05/09/2013
Boys Varsity Invitational
“Girls Varsity Invitational
Conference Meet Mon 05/13/2013 3:00pm
Boys Varsity Conference Meet Mon 05/13/2013 3:30pm
Girls Varsity Conference Meet Mon 05/13/2013 3:30pm
Versus Location “Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Sheboygan Lutheran, Ozaukee” Kohler High School - Ebben Field Track Away vs. Random Lake Random Lake High School Away vs. Random Lake Random Lake High School Away vs. Random Lake Random Lake High School Away vs. Oostburg Oostburg High School Away vs. Reedsville Reedsville high School Away vs. Howards Grove Howards Grove High School “Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Manitowoc Lutheran, Ozaukee, Sheboygan Lutheran” Kohler High School - Ebben Field Track Away vs. Sheboygan Falls Sheboygan Falls High School “Away vs. Ozaukee,Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Random Lake, Sheboygan Lutheran” Ozaukee High School “Away vs. Ozaukee,Random Lake, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Sheboygan Lutheran” Ozaukee High School “ JV Conference Tournament @ Ozaukee. “Away vs. Ozaukee,Random Lake, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Sheboygan Lutheran” Ozaukee High School “ JV Conference Tournament @ Ozaukee. “Away vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium,Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Ozaukee, Random Lake, Sheboygan Lutheran” Cedar Grove-Belgium High School “Away vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium,Random Lake, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Ozaukee, Sheboygan County Christian, Sheboygan Lutheran” Cedar Grove-Belgium High School CLC Meet @ Cedar Grove. “Away vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium,Random Lake, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kohler, Oostburg, Ozaukee, Sheboygan County Christian, Sheboygan Lutheran” Cedar Grove-Belgium High School CLC Meet @ Cedar Grove.
Fitness Center Hours of Operation New Hours: April 1st - June 8th Monday
6:00-7:30 am 3:30-7:30 pm Tuesday 3:30-7:30 pm Wednesday 6:00-7:30 am 3:30-7:30 pm Thursday 3:30-7:30 pm Friday 6:00-7:30 am 3:30-5:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am-10:00 pm Sunday 12:00-3:00 pm If you have any questions please contact Doug Bocchini 803-7205 at Kohler Schools.
QuickStart Tennis for ages 5-10 comes to Kohler The Midwest Youth Team Tennis program is the largest tennis program for children 10 years and younger in the Midwest. Featuring the QuickStart Tennis play format for kids age 5-10, which uses age appropriate equipment and courts scaled to the size of the players, Midwest Youth Team Tennis makes the game more accessible and more fun- by allowing kids to get involved right from the start. The QuickStart motto is “Play to learn,” as opposed to “Learn to Play.” Kids will find success from the first swing of the racket! More fun – Less frustration! Every player receives a team uniform, age appropriate tennis racquet and ball, one-year USTA junior membership, subscription to Bounce or SMASH magazines, Ace’s Kids Club Package including a nylon backpack, activity book, and other fun tennis items! *You MUST REGISTER online by the session deadline @
www.midwestteamtennis.com Session 1 - Register by May 24, 2013. Session runs June 17-June 27 (Monday-Thursday). 8:00 8:45 am for 5-8 year olds. 9:00 10:00 am for 9-10 year olds. Session 2 - Register by June 21, 2013. Session runs July 8-July 18 (Monday-Thursday). 8:00 - 8:45 am for 5-8 year olds. 9:00 - 10:00 am for 9-10 year olds. Session 3 - Register by July 12, 2013. Session runs July 29 - August 8 (Monday-Thursday) 8:00 8:45 am for 5-8 year olds. 9:00 10:00 am for 9-10 year olds. Sessions are held at the Kohler High School courts, 333 Upper Road, Kohler. Cost is $65 (5-8 year olds), $70 (9-10 year olds). For more information, Cathy Pfarrer, email@example.com or call the Village of Kohler Recreation Department at 920-459-3873
Midwest Futures Tennis for ages 11-12 comes to Kohler Midwest Futures Team Tennis is the largest tennis program for players between the ages of 11-12 in the Midwest that are transitioning between the Beginner and Intermediate skill levels. As the progression program from Midwest Youth Team Tennis, players will continue to work on their technique, movement, and tactics using the skill and age appropriate green dot tennis ball. Midwest Futures Team Tennis makes the game more accessible, and more fun, by allowing kids to continue to develop their game in a fun team atmosphere. Every player will receive a team uniform, age appropriate tennis racquet and ball, one-year USTA Junior Membership, subscription to digital SMASH magazine, one can of green dot balls *You must register online by the session deadline @ www.midwestteamtennis.com
Session 1 - Register by May 24, 2013 Runs June 17 - June 27 (MondayThursday), 9:00 - 10:00 am for ages 11-12. Session 2 - Register by June 21, 2013 July 8 - July 18 (Monday-Thursday). 9:00 - 10:00 am for ages 1112) Session 3 - Register by July 12, 2013 July 29 - August 8 (MondayThursday). 9:00 - 10:00 am for ages 11-12. Takes place at Kohler High School courts, 333 Upper Road, Kohler. Cost is $70 per player (ages 1112) Fopr more informationCathy Pfarrer, firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Village of Kohler Recreation Department at 920-4593873.
12 APRIL 1, 2013
The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Kohler Co. hires Michael Belot as General Manager of Destination Kohler Kohler Co. is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Belot as General Manager of Destination Kohler. His responsibilities include lodging oversight of The American Club resort hotel (one of 45 five star and five diamond hotels in the world), the Inn on Woodlake (a three diamond hotel), and River-
bend (a private membership club) plus River Wildlife (a hunting/fishing club and one of the best of country gourmet dining experiences), Kohler Water Spas, Sports Core and all retail/commercial development. He will also lend his advice on the 2015 PGA Championship. Mr. Belot comes to the Kohler
Co. from the PGA of America where he most recently was Director of the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club in Chicago, which was arguably the most successful tournament in the history of golf. He has been with the PGA since 2001 and was Tournament Director for the PGA Championships of 2006 and 2009. In addi-
tion, Mr. Belot served as a Consultant for Super Bowls XLV and XLVI and was pre-game talent producer for the recent Super Bowl XLVII. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas Opus College in St. Paul, MN and a Bachelors Degree from the Uni-
Kohler Co. Resort appoints Christine Loose as Director Hotels The Kohler Co. Global Hospitality Group announces the promotion of Christine Loose to Director Hotels – The American Club Resort Hotel and Inn on Woodlake Hotel. In this new role, Loose will be responsible for managing the hotels’ Resort Reservations, Food & Beverage, Telecommunications, Maintenance and Safety. Additionally Loose will be responsible for maintaining superior guest service standards deserving of promi-
in acquiring and mainnent hospitality awards taining these accolades.” and recognition. Loose has previous ex“The resort continues perience as the Resident to celebrate the revered Manager – The Ameridesignation as one of can Club & Inn on only 45 hotels with both Woodlake and relative the Forbes Five-Star work experience as and AAA Five-DiaManager Customer mond distinction for Christine Loose Service & CRM for two consecutive years,” said Debbie Taylor, President – Kohler Co. Prior to joining Hospitality & Real Estate Group, Kohler, she was a Manager of Kohler Co. “Loose played and Classified Advertising for the continues to play an integral role Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in
Milwaukee, Wis. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts, Math from St. Norbert College in Green Bay, Wis., and a Masters of Business Administration – Marketing from Keller Graduate School of Management in Milwaukee, Wis.
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN. A native of Kohler, Wisconsin, Mr. Belot will bring his leadership skills along with his wife Katie and their family back home to Kohler, Wisconsin.
New for spring! Let’s Glow Tropical Pedicure Get glowing with this new pedicure at the Forbes Five-Star Kohler Waters Spa featuring scents from the tropics. The service begins with a dip of your toes in a Clementine sparkling soak. Allow the tropical scents of pineapple and coconut to envelop you while a sugar scrub smoothes and softens your skin. A vitamin-packed honey and papaya serum paired with a mango-melon shea butter massage seals in a dewy finish. Available March 18 through May 31, 2013. This 50-minute service is $85 plus tax and gratuity. For reservations call (866) 662-6560.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS Taste of Tuesday April 2, 6-7:30pm Woodlake Market Ryan from General Beverage will be presenting a variety of wines. Please call (920) 457-6570 for information on the event and ticket pricing! Demonstration Kitchen Series Demonstration Kitchen in The Shops at Woodlake Saturdays, through April 27, 11am & 2pm, $35 per person 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. For reservations and information call: 800-344-2838 Upcoming events include: April 6 - Coffee and Dessert Party with Chef Richard Palm – Head Pastry Chef- The American Club® Resort April 13 - Field to Table with Chef Alexander Glass – The Wisconsin Room Restaurant April 20 - Taste of Italian Cheeses with Chef Paul Shimon – Cucina April 27 - Vegetarian Cooking with Chef Mark Tennie – Riverbend. Exhibit: Garden Song April 7 – June 30 ARTspace – A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center Garden Song brings together four accomplished artists whose varied works complement the new Arts Center series of exhibitions UNCOMMON GROUND. Included is work by ceramicist Sandra Byers (WI), photographer Lisa Frank (WI) and the jewelry of Roberta and Dave Williamson (OH). 920-452-8602. The Modern Shaman Workshop April 10 or April 17, 6:30-8:30pm, $95 Intentions Learn how to walk between worlds and live in each one. Move thru life as an “energy being”. You will learn techniques to heal yourself and others and create what you want by changing your perception of the world. This class emphasizes not the shaman’s physical tools but focuses on the core essence of what it is to be a shaman. Presented by UW instructor, Reiki Master/Teacher and Shaman John Oestreicher. Certificate of Completion. Please call 920-4579543. Eat. Play. Live Well. April 11 & 12 The American Club Resort hosted by Kohler Waters Spa Become aware. Gain clarity. Feel excitement. Learn to trust. Take action.
All with the help of Jasna Burza, a Life and Business Strategist with a passion for dreams that have been sitting in the drawer for years. She guarantees to get you so excited about your own life that you’ll literally want to jump up for joy. As Jasna can attest, “I already see you being anything you want to be, and when I create that space for you, you will always rise to the occasion. Proven and tested. There are no limits to who you are and together, we create the most magnificent you!” The Kohler Waters Spa-hosted event offers Special Packages for $99 per person including the Thursday evening cocktail reception, the general session with Jasna Burza and cooking demonstration. Optional Individual Strategy Sessions with Jasna Burza are available from 11am-6pm at Inn on Woodlake for $75 per person, plus tax and must be reserved in advance. Make it a weekend of wellness and reserve a one- or twonight package at the Inn on Woodlake. For more information call (888) 293-7337. Trunk Show: Joseph Abboud madeto-measure suits and sport coats April 11-14 Art Imig’s Clothiers Choose a fabric from the best mills in the world, choose your style de-
tails, and receive a fabulous fitting American made suit or sport coat made just for you. Save 15% on all made-to-measure during the show dates. 920-459-4190. Jewelry Sale at Kacia April 13 & 14 Kacia Purchase one jewelry item at full price and get the second at a special discount. See store for details. 920458-9121. Spring Jewelry and Fashion Show April 13-14 - Saturday, April 13 from 9am-5pm - Sunday, April 14 from 9am-3pm *Fashion Show to take place each day at 1pm Don’t miss this new event, which features a combination of runway fashion and artisan-created jewelry. Enjoy shopping for handcrafted jewelry, accessories and fashions, and learn about the latest trends during the runway show. Entry price: $7, includes complimentary champagne. SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Sports Core at 920-457-4444. Ballroom Basics: April 24, 6:458:45pm Cycle Mania: Sundays through May 26, 8:30-10am
Tiny Tot Camps: Friday, April 5 and April 19, 9-10:30am Kids Night Out: Friday, April 12, 59pm Teen Zumba: Fridays, April 19 – May 24, 4-5pm For all TRX Session Schedules visit the Sports Core website or stop in for a printed schedule. Pro Shop Specials: Pick-an-Egg Pro Shop Discount – Receive 10-30% off entire purchase when you pick an egg. Salon at Sports Core: Spring into Color – With a color receive 20% off your same day Bumble & bumble purchase. YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-2817. Aerial Vinyasa Yoga – Finding Flight: Tuesday, April 9 and Wednesday, April 17, 7pm-8:30pm, $30 Yin Hip Workshop: Tuesday, April 16, 7pm-9pm, $25 Yoga Bootcamp: Saturday, April 20, 9:30am-1:00pm, $30
Published on Nov 16, 2013