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Volume 7, Number 9
DECEMBER 1, 2012
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Garbage pickup during the Hol-


idays will be on Wednesday De-
cember 26, and Wednesday
January 2.
Christmas tree pickup:
Christmas trees are considered
yard waste per Veolia and will be
picked up with the regular garbage
on Tuesdays. Please remove all
decorations and bags.
Holiday garbage,
Christmas tree
pickup schedule
Village board, school board seats
up for grabs in spring
Four members of the Village
board and three school board
members will be up for reelection
in the April 2, 2013 spring elec-
tion. (If a primary is necessary, it
will be held on Tuesday, February
19, 2013).
Voters will decide the next Vil-
lage president and three trustees,
as well as the school board presi-
dent, vice president, and a board
member.
Village board incumbents are
President Tom Schnettler and
trustees Bill Kunst, Brian Post,
and Dietmar Wohlgemuth. School
board incumbents include presi-
dent Marlene Yang, vice president
Diane Kelly, and recently ap-
pointed board member Matt
Kautzer.
Candidates for the Village board
may begin circulating nomination
papers on Saturday, December 1,
2012. The filing deadline is
Wednesday, January 2, 2013, at
5:00 p.m. Nomination papers are
available at the Village Offices
during regular business hours or
on-line at www.gab.wi.gov.
School board candidates must
file a campaign registration state-
ment and a declaration of candi-
dacy no later than 4:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, January 2, 2013, in
the Kohler School District office.
The seventh annual Set the
Season Aglow Tree Lighting
Ceremony and events were
held on Thursday, November 23
in Kohler.
The festivities included visits
with Santa, horse-drawn wagon
rides, live reindeer, and compli-
mentary hot drinks, promotion-
als and gift wrapping at stores in
The Shops at Woodlake. The
evening ended under a moon-lit
night with a tree-lighting pro-
gram that included live musical
entertainment by Hometown
Harmony, and readings by Vil-
lage Board President Tom
Schnettler, and third grader
Sophia DePagter, followed by
the lighting of a 20 foot Christ-
mas tree. DePagter, age 9, won
the opportunity to light the tree
with Santa after Kohler Elemen-
tary students were given the op-
portunity to enter an essay
contest describing their favorite
holiday event or tradition.
See more photos at
facebook.com/kohlervillager.
Set the Season Aglow
makes spirits bright
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Sheboygan, WI 53081
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Kohler Co. PGA general manager and director of golf Jim
Richerson joins PGA of America Board of Directors
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS, Fla. Jim Rich-
erson, PGA general
manager and director of
golf for the Hospitality
and Real Estate Group
for the Kohler Com-
pany, has joined the
PGA of Americas
Board of Directors as
District 6 Director.
Richerson was sworn in today at
the 96th PGA Annual Meeting in
Baltimore, and will represent the
Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin
PGA Sections.
Richerson is joined by new PGA
District Directors Bill Hulbert of
Yorba Linda, Calif.; Daniel
Koesters of Las Cruces, N.M.; Bob
Philbrick of Oklahoma City, Okla.;
Bud Rousey of Pen-
sacola, Fla.; and Inde-
pendent Director Dottie
Pepper of Saratoga
Springs, N.Y., who will
each serve three-year
terms. Richerson suc-
ceeds Bruce Patterson of
Oak Brook, Ill., as the
District 6 Director.
Richerson, who joined the
Kohler Company in Kohler, Wis.,
in 2007, manages all aspects of the
companys golf business including
the world-renowned Whistling
Straits and Blackwolf Run venues,
along with The Dukes St. An-
drews, which is part of the Old
Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa in
St. Andrews, Scotland.
Richerson is responsible for en-
suring Kohlers global golf busi-
ness leads the industry in service
levels, course aesthetics, guest ex-
perience, recognition and prof-
itability. In addition, Richerson
serves as the General Chairman for
the 2015 PGA Championship, to
be conducted at Whistling Straits.
He also has previously served in
leadership roles for the 2012
United States Womens Open,
2010 PGA Championship, and the
2007 U.S. Senior Open.
Prior to joining Kohler, Richer-
son served as PGA senior director
of PGA Golf Properties, where he
oversaw PGA Village in Port St.
Lucie, Fla. During the first 18
years of his career, Richerson was
affiliated with the Marriott & Ritz-
Carlton Hotel & Golf Corporation.
He held various executive and
management positions at several
of the corporations upscale golf
properties, including PGA Director
of Golf Operations at The Ritz-
Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, as
well as PGA General Manager and
PGA Golf Professional positions at
courses in Georgia, Hawaii, Cali-
fornia, Arizona, and Missouri.To
join the PGA Board of Directors is
very special for me, especially
after previously working for The
PGA of America and now for one
of the most globally acclaimed
names in golf in Kohler, said
Richerson, a PGA member since
1995. I am excited to join the
Board as we expand the concepts
of Golf 2.0 to successfully pro-
mote the game to a new generation
of golfers.
Along with his duties on the na-
tional PGA Board of Directors,
Richerson is a current board mem-
ber of the Wisconsin PGA Section
and the Wisconsin State Golf As-
sociation. Richerson and his wife,
Kristi, live in Kohler, and are the
parents of a daughter, Mary-Claire.
The PGA Board of Directors is
composed of the Associations
President, Vice President, Secre-
tary, Honorary President and 17
Directors, which includes repre-
sentatives from each of The PGAs
14 Districts, two Independent Di-
rectors and a member of the PGA
Tour. New District Directors are
elected by their local PGA Sec-
tions.
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15 Years Experience
Kohler, WI: Award-winning tour-
ing singer-songwriter, Kellie Lin
Knott, (on iTunes &
Amazon.com), from Kohler WI, is
releasing a 5 song holiday CD of
Christmas classics featuring her
solo acoustic guitar and sultry-
sweet vocals on December 1st.
Only 500 copies of the limited edi-
tion production will be pressed,
numbered & signed for holiday
music fans. The first 100 orders
will also receive a free MP3 from
Knott's upcoming LIVE CD.
Knott, best known for her pop-
rock solo CD, Comfortable, and
for her stint as front woman in the
midwestern women's super group,
TRES FEMMES, has toured the
world as a solo artist and with
Kohler-based yoga teacher, Debo-
rah Williamson, as "The Yoga
Singer", playing live music at in-
ternational festivals, clubs & con-
cert halls featuring her original
music. Originally from Minnesota
& Boston, Knott relocated to
Kohler to write & record a series
of albums to be released in 2013.
She has released 6 CDs and has
music on iTunes and Amazon.com.
Those interested in listening to
& purchasing homegrown holiday
music can find more information
online at www.theyogasinger.com/
holidaycd.
Fun Fact: Knott also sings
weekly at Thursday nights at dona-
tion-based Midwest Power Yoga
Sheboygan Falls when not on tour,
taking requests from the commu-
nity of students for an ever evolv-
ing live music & yoga class with
music from every genre.
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Kohler songwriter releases
limited edition acoustic
Christmas CD
Kellie Lin Knotts quirky Holiday
classics now available for pre-order
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Please join us for a day of educational
opportunities for family and professional
caregivers. We look forward to seeing you there!!
Thursday, November 15, 2012
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Acuity: 2800 South Taylor Drive,
Sheboygan
Hear Keynote Speakers:
Rev. Tom Fleischmann, MDIV, Caring with Compassion
Lynda Markut, LCSW, It Wasnt Suppose to Be This
Way: Finding Meaning in Caregiving
Registration fee: $5.00 which includes lunch
For more conference details or a registration form
contact Ginny Nyhuis: 920-838-1311
or ginny.nyhuis@alz.org
Proud Sponsor of the Sheboygan
County Caregivers Conference
Kohler pool
closed for
winter
The Kohler pool will be closed
from December 2012 through
March 2013. Thank you for a won-
derful season and we look forward
to seeing you next spring.
DECEMBER 1, 2012
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list of conditions
that may readily respond
to chiropractic care
Most Insurances Accepted
We are the IN Network provider
located closest to Kohler Co.
Monday-Friday
by appointment
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=Carpal Tunnel
Syndrome
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=Auto Injuries
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Sales Manager
800-459-6840 Cell 920-918-0352
jeff.romanoski@sheboyganauto.com
Two dealerships, with one location, and one goal, to be your dealer!
at the Shops at Woodlake
795 F Woodlake Rd = Kohler, WI 53044 = (920)458-9121
Thursday, December 6 through
Monday, December 17
We have prizes! Savings!
In-store Specials!
Refreshments and MORE!
Be sure to swing into Kacia to read up on
the 12 Days of Christmas, OR check
out our Facebook page
Kacia wishes you a wonderful
Holiday season & we look forward
to seeing you in 2013!
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Kohler High Schools Na-
tional Honor Society held its
new member induction cere-
mony in Kohler Memorial The-
atre on November 14.
NHS is a premier, national
organization established to rec-
ognize outstanding high school
students. More than just an
honor roll, NHS serves to honor
those students who have
demonstrated excellence in the
areas of Scholarship, Leader-
ship, Service and Character.
Current members Katie Ander-
son, Cole Brock, Sam Dedek,
Jessica Dyksterhouse, Connor
Hogan, Shelby Homiston,
Madeline Kelly, Kristina Kusel,
Abigail Lee, Sarah Leick, Tyler
Lewis, Rachel Maggi, Molly
Misfeldt, Kitty ONeill, Greg
Suralik, Nate Tures, Tim Vali-
centi, Katelyn Van Treeck,
Logan Willis, Sydney Yang,
and Seerena Yang welcomed
the new members Anne Ben-
ishek, Philip Case, Derek Eg-
bert, Annabelle Goese, Lindsey
Griswold, Andrew Grose, Va-
lerie Linck, Grace Lofgren,
Mari Marzano, Billy ONeill,
Courtney Rutten, Kyle Struck,
Paul Vicente, Logan Wright,
and Emma Ziemer.
Kohler HS Honor Society inducts new members
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
ARCHITECTURALLY DESIGNED KOHLER HOME
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP
Wood floors & open staircase
Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances
Dinette open to kitchen
Main floor master bedroom suite
3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper
Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached
This home is a true dream home!
View this property at: 685treehousepkwy.com
#3692 $599,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
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
1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler
AMAZING KOHLER HOME
5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas
Great floor plan/open design
Main floor master suite
4 bedrooms on upper
Finished lower level
Very private yard, overlooks stables
Large deck and 2 car garage
View this property at: 1103aspenrd.com
#3702 $419,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
545 Upper Rd., Kohler
POPULAR RANCH STYLE HOME
Cute and Cozy Kohler Ranch
Large living and dining room with natural fireplace
Spacious kitchen includes appliances
3 bedrooms, 1 full bath
Oversized 2 car garage has attic storage
#3734 $145,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
Village Realty & Development
Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075
(800) 351-4371
www.v-r-d.com
NEW LISTING
130 Cherry St, Sheboygan Falls
NEAR ELEMTARY SCHOOL
Lots of space to spread out!
Mid Century Modern Exposed Ranch
3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1st floor laundry
Living room with FP, dining w/built-in china cabinet
Great cabinet space in kitchen w/Terrazzo floor
Lower level family room with heated floor
Lower level Rec room with bar & built-in grill
#3755 $194,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
755 Woodland Rd., Kohler
UNBELIEVABLE 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
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: ww.700treehousepkwy.com
#3710 $499,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
447 Hill St., Kohler
KOHLER CHARM AT ITS BEST
Spectacular addition with modern conveniences
Spacious kitchen open to dining room
Living room with gas fireplace flanked by cabinets
Pretty open staircase, stunning wood floors
Master bedroom suite with shower & claw foot tub
3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Great patio, beautiful landscaped yard
#3735 $309,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1100 Creeks Cross Ct., Kohler
KOHLER HOME ON QUIET CUL-DE-SAC
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths plus office w/built-ins on
main floor
Large kitchen w/granite topped center island
w/breakfast bar
Family room w/fireplace
Nice sized dining & living rooms
Mud room entry off garage
TV room & bath in basement
Potential for addl finished space in lower (2 rooms
w/full egress windows)
#3715 $299,943
Shari Jensen 459-1714
432 Ridge Court, Kohler
STATELY BRICK RANCH/PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
2 bedroom, 2 bath area Village home
Beautiful brick fireplace in the large living room
Dining room features a wall of windows
Eat-in kitchen has natural cabinetry
Main floor den/office could be 3
rd
bedroom
Many updates such as roof and windows
Screen porch offers blissful summer evenings
Large yard features mature landscape
View this property at: www.432ridgect.com
#3654 $239,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
624 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER CAPE COD
Unending possibilities & great square footage
4 Bedrooms and 4 bath areas
Large living room, dinette with built-in cabinetry
Kitchen with solid surface countertops
Family room with built-in bookcases
Lower level rec room and utility area
Amazing play sized back yard and shed
Superb location and lot
#3744 $245,000
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
122 Grafton Ct, Kohler
CONVENIENT KOHLER LOCATION
Spacious 3-4 Bedroom home
Living room with natural fireplace
Eat-in kitchen with great counter space
First floor office, fenced back yard
Family room with access to deck
Updated full bath w/jetted tub and shower stall
Fresh paint and carpet throughout
2 Car garage accessed by alley
#3752 $149,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
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CLASSIFIEDS
Meeting Dates
Kohler School Friends
PTO - Second Wednesday of the month in the Library from 7:00-8:00
p.m. during the school year
Kohler Seniors
HAPPY HOLIDAYS SENIORS....Enjoy, every one!
See you again in the New Year...with new plans!
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
Second Wednesday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin
at 7:00 p.m.
Kohler Athletic Booster Club
First Monday of each month (except January, June and July) at
5:30pm in the library.
Kohler Speakezs Toastmasters
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday from 12:10-1:00 p.m. at the
Kohler Co. Human Resource Garden Level meeting room. Guests
will need to sign in and have an ID to enter the building. Contact
Perie Villani for more information 889-2728,
perie.vil-lani@kohler.com
Sheboygan Toastmasters 2121
Meets the first and third Monday of month at The Highland House
on the corner of 8th and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. For
additional information contact 920-287-7130.
HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES
Experienced, detail oriented housekeeper from Sheboy-
gan is available to provide quality services including
house cleaning, dish washing, laundry, and other house-
work that you may need done.
920-803-8907
Please leave a message
PAINTING AND STAINING
Interior and exterior homes. Can power wash and
seal or stain decks, paint metal doors and shutters.
Can repair or replace bad boards and do general
carpentry work. Free estimates. Very competitive
prices. Experienced. Len Hucke and Ed Thompson
467-8158
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KOHLER HOME FOR LEASE
Kohler classic brick georgian for lease at 834 Bri-
arwood Ct. Available by December 2012 4400 sq ft
of gracious living. 4-6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, 3-1/2
car garage, 13 rooms total.
Call Joel @ 920-917-0172
or email hjoelboyd@gmail.com
HELP WANTED
Village of Kohler Seasonal
Snowplow Operator
November 1 - April 1. CDL and/or Experience Re-
quired. $21.50/hr. Apply at Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, Kohler, WI, 53044. Background Check, Drug &
Alcohol Screening performed.
Bethany Lutheran
church Advent
schedule
Advent services - Wednesday,
December 5, 12, 19 at 6:00pm
Christmas Eve Candlelight serv-
ice - Monday, December 24 at
6:00pm
Christmas Morning service -
Tuesday, December 25 at 9:00am
New Year's Eve service - Mon-
day, December 31 at 6:00pm
The people of Grace United
Church of Christ, 500 School
Street, in Kohler and The Rev-
erend Thomas M. Schroeder are
pleased to announce their Decem-
ber worship service schedule for
2012.
The people of Grace UCC in-
vite everyone to join them in their
celebrations as all of us move to-
ward the blessed Christmas Day.
One celebration at Grace is a
wonderful service of carols, an-
thems, and readings on December
9 at 10 a.m. The Senior Choir,
under that direction of Audrey
Braatz, will sing several anthems
during the service including
Gilbert Martins Remember a
Bethlehem.
On December 16, during the
10a.m. service, the children of the
Church School and the Children=s
choir will present a proclamation
of good news centered around the
Christmas story. With costumes
and readings, drama and song, the
Christmas story will be presented
as never before.
Christmas Eve will find Grace
United Church of Christ offering
two distinct services.
The 6:30 p.m. service will be
designed to help younger children
experience the true meaning of this
night. This service will include a
Christmas story, carols and can-
dles.
The 11: o' clock service will be
a traditional service of carols and
readings. Members of the congre-
gation will read portions of scrip-
ture and the congregation and
choir will intersperse carols and
other Christmas music between the
readings. This service will look at
the promised light of God from
creation to Christ. The service will
include singing Christmas carols
by candlelight.
The public is always invited to
join the people of Grace Church in
these events or at other times of the
year. The people of Grace UCC in
Kohler worship regularly on Sun-
day mornings at 8 and 10.
Grace UCC December worship service schedule
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Kohler U-6 Soccer
Continues Strong
Traditions
Submitted by: Kohler Soccer Club
The Kohler Soccer Club contin-
ues to see high numbers of kids
joining the soccer program. The U-
6 program is no exception with a
record of 42 kids playing this fall.
It is a perfect first sport for the 4
and 5 year olds. It is fun, great ex-
ercise, and the kids love to be part
of a team. Kids can feel good
about themselves because they can
dribble the ball, score goals and, of
course, they love to run off all that
kindergarten energy.
The U-6 program was started
over 14 years ago by a group of
dedicated soccer parents who saw
the need and knew soccer was a
sport that the Kohler community
could support and someday excel
in. Players of all sizes and skill lev-
els can fit together to form a suc-
cessful team. Kohler High School
has proven that with its years of
success at the Varsity level.
However, the U6 program
would not be as strong as it is
today without the high school
players. Each fall and spring, high
school soccer players volunteer
their time to help coach the U-6
program. Parent and U-6 head
coach, Kristin Morehouse says,
She was shocked to learn that
busy high school players would
volunteer their time to the pro-
gram. They were extremely help-
ful, very mature, and the little kids
LOVED playing with the older
players.
This year started a new tradition
for the soccer program that builds
upon the strong tie between the U-
6 and high school players. Hand in
hand, the U-6 players escorted the
Kohler Boys Varsity Soccer Team
onto the field for the National An-
them during the Friday Night
Lights soccer game. It was a spe-
cial moment for all the players, but
extra special for Aidan Case, Anna
Becker, and Melanie Pellegrino
who escorted their older brothers
who play for the Varsity team. The
U-6 kids also had the privilege of
scrimmaging under the lights be-
fore the game started. Soccer in
Kohler continues to grow and
build on what was started over 14
years ago.
Willis commits to
NCAA Division 1
womens golf at
Loyola U
Kohler High School senior
Logan Willis, who helped lead the
boys golf team to its first Division
3 WIAAstate title in 2011, signed
a National Letter of Intent today
for Division 1 womens golf at
Loyola University in Chicago.
Willis has received numerous hon-
ors, broken a number of scoring
records, and won several WPGA
Junior Tour Events all while
maintaining a 4.0 GPA in her aca-
demics at Kohler.
Loyolas womens golf team fin-
ished the spring 2011-12 season
second in conference champi-
onship play, and are the top-ranked
team in the Horizon League at the
end of the 2012-13 fall season.
Loyola was my first choice
school and I feel honored to be
chosen to play golf for them, said
Willis. I feel very fortunate that
they were as interested in me as I
was them, and Im excited about
joining the womens golf team.
Willis is looking to study advertis-
ing or other digital media related
degrees.
Other schools considered by
Wills were:University of Wiscon-
sin-Madison, Butler University,
University of Missouri KC, Indi-
ana State University, Illinois State
University, High Point University
North Carolina, University of
Western Michigan, University of
Pennsylvania.
Willis accomplishments:
3 time All-State (Girls) performer (Jr
2nd Team, So 3rd team, Fr H.M.)
2 time All Area Boys Team
2 time 1st-team ALL CLC Boys team
2 time Academic All-State Award
National Honor Society Member
4.0 GPA on 4.0 Scale
Mark Feltner (Kohler High
School class of 2008) is a senior
defensive midfielder for the UW
Platteville Pioneers, which re-
cently clinched the Wisconsin In-
tercollegiate Athletic Conference
(WIAC) championship. This was
the first ever conference champi-
onship for the Pioneer Men's soc-
cer program.
On November 5 the team
learned that they qualified for the
NCAA tournament for only the
second time in five years. Feltner
has played in 17 games this season
for Platteville, scoring three goals
and assisting in two.
Feltner was an all conference
midfielder for the Blue Bombers
and helped lead the team to their
first CLC conference champi-
onship in 2007.
Feltner helps UW-Platteville
clinch conference
championship
Valicenti,
Struck receive
all-state
honors
Kohler seniors Kyle Struck and
Tim Valicenti were awarded all-
state second team honors for high
school boys tennis by the Wiscon-
sin High School Tennis Coaches
Association.
The doubles team took sixth
place at the WIAA Boys Individual
Tennis State Championship last
spring.
Alumni basketball game
Saturday, December 29
All Kohler High School alumni
are invited to participate in the ex-
citing event. the gym will open at
6:00 p.m. with games beginning at
6:30 p.m. The teams are set up that
evening, or players may organize
their own team. Ladies are invited
to organize a team together, or play
with the guys. Player fee is $5.00.
Spectator fees are adult $3.00; K-
12 $1.00
For more information call Mike
Zimmerman at 458-3290.
Logan Willis signs
Letter of Intent with
Loyola University as
parents Dirk and
Karla Willis look on.
Also pictured, Doug
Bocchini, Director of
Student Life and Su-
perintendent Quynh
Trueblood.
Below:classmates
gather around for a
unique show of
support.
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THE
VILLAGE VIEW
www.kohlervillage.org
Village Meetings Scheduled for
December
12/3 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
12/3 Property Committee 5:00 pm
12/5 Library Noon
(at library)
12/10 Village Board 5:30 pm
12/27 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless other-
wise indicated.
From Clerk/
Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Office Hours
The Village Offices will be closed Decem-
ber 24 and 25, and January 1. On Decem-
ber 31 the office will be open from
7:30amnoon. Regular office hours are:
Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm.
Property Tax Bills
Tax bills will be mailed on or before De-
cember 15. Watch for a special mailing
with additional tax information. Tax pay-
ments can be paid in persontaxes will be
collected at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive. Drop off24-hour access
drop box is provided outside the south en-
trance to Village Hall (Post Office en-
trance). By mailchecks or money orders
only, payable to the Village of Kohler,
send to Village of Kohler, 319 Highland
Drive, Kohler, WI 53044. A stamped, self-
addressed envelope is required for receipt.
Real estate taxes may be paid in full or in
two installments. Payments in full are due
January 31, 2012. Installments are due:
first half due January 31, 2012; second half
due July 31, 2012.
Dog and Cat Licenses
All dogs and cats over 5 months of age re-
quire licensing. Rabies vaccination certifi-
cate is required at time of licensing. Dogs
and cats must be licensed by April 1 of
each year. The fees are:
Unaltered dog/cat $12.00
Altered dog/cat $ 5.00
Late fee $ 5.00
Nomination Papers for Spring Election
Saturday, December 1, 2012, is the first
day to circulate nomination papers for the
2013 Spring Election. Nomination papers
are available at the Village Offices during
regular business hours or on-line at
www.gab.wi.gov. The due date for filing
nomination papers is Wednesday, January
2, 2013, at 5:00 pm. All terms begin on
April 16, 2013, and are for two years. The
following offices are to be elected to suc-
ceed the present incumbents listed:
Village President Thomas Schnettler
Village Trustee Bill Kunst
Village Trustee Brian Post
Village Trustee Dietmar Wohlgemuth
If you have any questions regarding nomi-
nation papers, please contact the Village
Clerk-Treasurers Office, 920-459-3873.
The Spring Primary, if needed, will be held
on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, and the
Spring Election will be held on Tuesday,
April 2, 2013.
From Police
Chief Bill Rutten
Driving Conditions
Now that winter is back upon us, we all
have to remember to drive more carefully.
Even though some vehicles seem to handle
better in the snowy conditions, remember
to give yourself more distance between ve-
hicles when stopping. Big SUVs can get
going faster with 4-wheel drive, but have
the same problems stopping on slick roads.
Snow banks can reduce visibility, so be
aware of pedestrians. If a vehicle is
parked outside, remember to clear the win-
dows. Proper visibility is extremely impor-
tant, especially with children crossing the
streets early in the morning. Also, remem-
ber that getting ready in the winter takes
more time, so to avoid having to rush, plan
ahead.
Snow is on the Way
The Village of Kohler doesnt have winter
parking regulations like many other com-
munities with parking on the even or odd
side of the street throughout the winter
months. That is typically done so if it
snows the communities can completely
clear the streets after the snowstorms over
two days. Instead, we just rely on residents
moving their vehicles promptly after
snowstorms. Also, just a reminder that it is
illegal to blow snow into the Village
streets. Helping out in these areas makes
our streets cleaner and safer during the
winter season.
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
Garbage Pickup
During the Holidays garbage pickup will
be on Wednesday, December 26 and
Wednesday, January 2.
Christmas Tree Pickup
Christmas trees are considered yard waste
per Veolia and will be picked up with the
regular garbage on Tuesdays. Please re-
move all decorations and bags.
Snow Emergency
To find out if a snow emergency is in ef-
fect for the Village, call 459-3881 or visit
the Village website at
www.kohlervillage.org. There is no park-
ing on village streets during a snow emer-
gency. A snow emergency is called when
accumulation is expected to exceed four
inches.
Snow Removal
Here are some reminders on Village snow
removal ordinances and policies.
1. Please remember to shovel your side-
walks within 24 hours after a snowfall
event.
2. Do not blow or shovel snow back into
the street.
3. When plows are in operation, please do
not park on the street. Avoid parking
across from other cars as this narrows the
street and plow equipment cannot get
through. When it is snowing on garbage
days, please do not put containers in the
street.
Snow Removal Around Kiosks
It is the residents responsibility to have
the snow removed around the
kiosks/NDCBU (neighborhood delivery
and collection box unit)/cluster boxes. The
Postal Service will not deliver mail if the
carrier is not able to reach the unit the
front as well as the back. Someone in the
unit/neighborhood needs to take the initia-
tive to remove the snow; or maybe the re-
sponsibility can be shared within the unit.
The Village is not responsible to keep
these areas clear of snow.
Job Posting
The Village of Kohler is posting a position
for a full-time public works maintenance
worker. For job qualifications, application,
and more information, please visit the vil-
lage website at www.kohlervillage.org.
Actions taken by the Village Board dur-
ing their October 8 meeting:
Approved Operators Licenses as re-
quested.
= Approved August 2012 Revenue & Ex-
pense Reports & Bank Reconciliation.
= Approved Ordinance 2012-10, Regulat-
ing Parking.
= Created and approved posting for two
seasonal part-time positions: Seasonal
Snowplow Operator, 11/1-4/1,
$21.50/hour; Seasonal Public Works La-
borer, 4/1-12/1, $14.00/hour.
= Approved request for Tourism Promo-
tion & Development Committee funds
for 2012 Community Christmas Tree,
not to exceed $5,000.
Recycle Electronics Instead of Trashing
Them This Holiday Season
By Bridgett Valdez-Kogle, DNR
The holidays often bring new electronic
toys big-screen TVs, smartphones, lap-
tops and more. When you find that shiny
new gadget under the tree, you may want
to get rid of some of the old electronics
gathering dust.
Under Wisconsins electronics recycling
law, many electronics cannot be put in the
trash. The E-Cycle Wisconsin program,
funded by electronics manufacturers, of-
fers electronics recycling options in many
parts of the state.
Electronics contain harmful materials like
mercury, lead, cadmium and other heavy
metals, as well as chemical flame retar-
dants. When disposed of improperly, these
pollutants can post a risk to human and en-
vironmental health.
Electronics also contain valuable, reusable
materials, including steel, plastic, gold, sil-
ver, copper and glass. Properly recycling
these materials reduces the need for new
raw materials.
Electronics are resources that are too
valuable to waste, and we can help both
our economy and the environment by recy-
cling them, said Ann Coakley, director of
DNRs Waste and Materials Management
Program.
This is an exciting opportunity for many
of us in Wisconsin to recycle our electron-
ics more easily and at a lower cost, Coak-
ley said.
The following electronics are banned
from landfills and incinerators
Computers (desktop, laptop, netbooks
and table computers)
Desktop printers (including those that
scan, fax and/or copy)
Computer monitors
Televisions
DVD players, VCRs and DVRS
Fax machines
Computer mice and keyboards
Other computer accessories such as hard
drives, speakers, flash drives and
modems
Cell phones
Electronic waste is the fastest growing part
of waste in the United States. There are
millions of pounds of electronic waste in
Wisconsin alone, so make sure you recycle
yours.
For more information about E-Cycle Wis-
consin, including a full list of collection
sites, see http://dnr.wi.gov/ecyclewiscon-
sin. For questions, contact the E-Cycle
Wisconsin program at 608-266-2111 or
DNRWAe-cycling@wisconsin.gov.
Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Brett Edgerle
Bill Kunst
John Pethan
Brian PostJohn 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
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KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWSLETTER
Kohler School
Fitness Center hours of operation
November 12th to February 4th
Monday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Tuesday
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:00-9:00 p.m.
Thursday
3:30-9:00 p.m.
Friday
6:00-7:30 a.m.
3:30-5:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:00a.m-12:00 p.m.
Sunday
12:00-6:00 p.m.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election to be held in the School Dis-
trict of Kohler on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, three members at large are to be
elected to succeed the present incumbent listed. The term of office for
school board members is three years beginning on Monday, April 22, 2013.
INCUMBENT
Diane Kelly
Marlene Yang
Matt Kautzer (2 year term)
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration Statement
and a Declaration of Candidacy, must be filed no later than 4:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, January 2, 2013, in the Kohler School District office located at
333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, mailed to the address noted above or
filed personally with the school district clerk, Laura Kohler or school district
deputy clerk, Ms. Quynh Trueblood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary
will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from the
school district office.
Given under my hand, on November, 2012.
____________________________
Laura Kohler
District Clerk
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Jingle Bell
Jukebox
Elementary Holiday Musical
Grades JK-5
Thursday, December 20th
2:00 p.m.
Kohler Memorial Theater
Last month the Wisconsin De-
partment of Public Instruction
announced that Kohler received
the highest scores in the state
among all publicschools on the
DPI accountability report card.
This accomplishment comes on
the heels of the highest compos-
ite ACT scores in the state from
the Class of 2012. There is some-
thing special happening in the
classrooms of Kohler Public
Schools!
The Kohler Education Associa-
tion, we would like to congratu-
late the entire Kohler School
community for their commitment
to quality education and for all
their support. Most importantly,
congratulations to our students.
We are very proud of all of you.
Kohler Education
Association
congratulates
school community
and students
Testing the Waters
Submitted by Dana Krejcarek
This science enrichment pro-
gram allows students to partic-
ipate in a community service
project which encourages them
to employ both biology and
chemistry skills. Students ac-
tively share in collecting, ana-
lyzing, and interpreting biology
and chemistry data related to
the water quality of the Sheboy-
gan River. Kohler students test
a site on the river near Black
Wolf Run Golf Course.
Students from the county ex-
perience the scope of the She-
boygan River Watershed via a
bus tour at the beginning of
each school year. This year we
are working with the Great
Lakes Area of Concern Pro-
gram, along with Camp Y-
Coda, and UW-Sheboygan
water quality extension. Water
quality specialists explain the
many facets of the watershed
with stops at many locations
along the tour. All area schools
then gather at Camp Y-Coda
where each student learns how
to accurately conduct each of
the tests. Some of the tests in-
clude dissolved oxygen, pH,
temperature, total phosphates,
nitrates, turbidity, total solids,
fecal coliform, and macroinver-
tebrates. The data collection
portion of this program allows
students to competently con-
duct water quality tests and ac-
curately report data.
Students then may identify
community issues to study.
Water test results are sent to the
local Department of Natural
Resources. Since other Sheboy-
gan County schools test differ-
ent areas of the river all of the
results are shared at a forum in
the spring at Camp Y-Coda.
Along with presenting the data,
students suggest explanations
for their findings, and work to-
gether to explore possible ac-
tion plans that might have a
positive impact on the areas
land conservation and the envi-
ronment. Students attend ses-
sions where water quality
experts provide extensive infor-
mation.
Seniors: Juniors:
Katie Anderson Anne Benishek
Cole Brock Emery Edmunds
Courtney Gmach Derek Egbert
Karianna Heins Sara Ertel
Madeline Heun Cody Gartman
Connor Hogan Annabelle Goese
Madeline Kelly Lindsey Grisold
Abby Lee Andrew Grose
Sarah Leick Brittany Harrington
Tyler Lewis Brennan Ladwig
Rachel Maggi Valerie Linck
Molly Misfeldt Grace Lofgren
Kitty ONeill Brett Mueller
Nick Pfrang Billy ONeill
Greg Suralik Joe Pellowski
Thomas Sutherland Courtney Rutten
Nate Tures David Shapiro
Katelyn Van Treeck Calvin Stefanczyk
Login Willis Maddie Todd
Kelsey Wright Paul Vicente
Sydney Yang Jon Watson
Logan Wright
Sophomores:
Megan Conklin
Ben Madigan
Advisor: Dana Krejcarek
2012-2013 Testing the
Waters Team
Direct questions to Doug Bocchini 803-7205
2012
Scholastic
Book Fair
was huge
success
Alyca Arentsen, the Kohler Li-
brary Media Specialist, is proud to
announce a very successful Book
Fair this year. Profits made from
the fair will go to enhancing the li-
brary with new books and special
technology items and materials.
A very special thank you from
Mrs. Arentsen to all the many vol-
unteers (parents, grandparents, stu-
dents) that helped to make this a
very special and successful event.
We could not have done it without
all your help.
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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 con-
tacting the Special Education Director at 459-2920.
Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at
6:55 p.m. in the Kohler District Conference
Room. Roll Call was taken by Laura Kohler.
The following board members were present:
Laura Kohler, Diane Kelly, Marlene Yang, and
John Suralik.
Statement of Public Notice
October 12, 2012
Approval of Agenda
Diane Kelly moved to approve the agenda.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
To consider employment, contracts and
performance-related information for em-
ployees over which the school board has
jurisdiction or exercises responsibility pur-
suant to Wis. Stats. 19.85 (1) (c), 118.25,
119.85(f).
John Suralik moved to convene into closed
session. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
KEA Proposals
Preliminary School Report Cards
Class Recombining
Discussion was held.
Diane Kelly moved to reconvene into open
session. John Suralik seconded. The meeting
reconvened into open session at 7:10 pm.
Board Presidents Report
Marlene recognized Jane Bishops service to
the school district. Jane has been on the
school board since 2003 and has served as
President since 2007. She guided the school
through growth and achievement and helped
steer the school into the future with the new
strategic plan and a new superintendent. Jane
thanked the community for their support and
thanked the Kohler faculty and staff for caring
and making a difference in our students.
Superintendents Report
Quynh reported that Lucky from Senegal en-
tertained the elementary students and taught
them about African drums and rhythms. The
key club will help cut back the foliage the week
of October 22-26. The school district report
cards are still embargoed. The information
sessions will be in early November. Homecom-
ing was a great success with the parade, the
football game under the lights, and DJ Suga
Ray. Quynh thanked the Kohler School
Friends for the visiting authors presentation.
She also noted the generous spirit on Satur-
day nights at Fall Follies. It is truly humbling to
see so many people care about our schools.
Review of District Finances
John noted that the 12-13 budget continues to
be refined with the recent release of state aid
amounts. The district is projecting a balanced
budget for the school year. The annual meet-
ing is on October 29, 2012 and the budget and
the tax levy will be approved.
Consent Agenda
A. Approval of the September Regular
Board meeting minutes
B. Approval of Invoices
C. Report of the Committee of the Whole
Discussion of School Board Governance
Review vision/mission
Recommendation to update the bylaws &
policies related to vision/mission
Superintendent goal setting for the year to
include a. top priorities b. top challenges
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Kohler Physics Students and Fourth
Graders experience learning together
Recently, fourth grade students
were invited to attend a special
physics class taught by the senior
students of Ms. Dana Krejcarek.
Their objective was to explain the
physics of sports in an age-appro-
priate manner. They dressed in
sport-appropriate gear and de-
signed visuals to support their in-
formation. Fourth graders learned
about Newtons three laws and
the physics involved in bowling,
rowing, badminton, skating, cy-
cling, golf, dodge ball, softball,
and ping pong.
Students were very engaged
and found learning about the laws
of physics fun and easy. Great job
everyone!
Call to Order (7:45 pm)
Roll CallLaura Kohler called roll. Laura
Kohler, John Suralik, Diane Kelly and
Marlene Yang were present.
Statement of Public NoticeOctober 25,
2012
Approval of AgendaDiane Kelly moved to
approve the agenda. Laura Kohler
seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Set the 2012-2013 school year tax levy
John Suralik moved to set the school tax levy
of $5,615,848. Laura Kohler seconded. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Adopt the proposed budget for the 2012-
2013 school yearJohn Suralik moved to
adopt the proposed budget for the 2012-2013
school year. Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Swear in new board member, Matthew
KautzerPaula Anderson administered the
oath of office.
Recommendation to approve the first read-
ing of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) pol-
icyLaura Kohler moved to approve the first
reading of the BYOD policy. Diane Kelly sec-
onded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Recommendation to accept the proposal to
the Kohler School FoundationQuynh
noted there are to parts to the proposal: tech-
nology-enabled learning environment ($57,000
in proposed requests) and building a positive
school community and culture($19,000 in pro-
posed requests). Laura Kohler moved to ac-
cept the proposal to the Kohler School
Foundation. John Suralik seconded the mo-
tion. All ayes. Motion carried.
John Suralik moved to enter into closed ses-
sion. Laura Kohler seconded the motion. The
meeting entered into closed session at 8:10
p.m.
Adjourn to closed session to consider em-
ployment, contracts and performance-re-
lated information for employees over
which the school board has jurisdiction or
exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis.
Stats. 19.85 (1) (c)
KEA Negotiations
Marlene moved to adjourn the meeting. Matt
Kautzer seconded the motion. All ayes. The
meeting adjourned at 9:02 p.m.
Kohler School Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
October 29, 2012
c. strategic plan
Discuss CESA 7 Board of Control Seat Va-
cancy
John Suralik moved to approve the consent
agenda. Laura Kohler seconded. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Action on a request to approve the credit
commitment or term sheet accepting the
offer of short term borrowing through As-
sociated Bank
John Suralik moved to approve the credit
commitment or term sheet accepting the offer
of short term borrowing through Associated
Bank. Laura Kohler seconded. All ayes. Mo-
tion carried.
Recommendation to accept the generous
donation from the Kohler Company in the
amount of $72,000 for the Kohler School
District post-secondary and college guid-
ance program
Laura Kohler moved to accept the donation
from the Kohler Company in the amount of
$72,000 for the Kohler School District post-
secondary and college guidance program.
John Suralik seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried. The board president thanked
Kohler Company for the generous donation. It
is greatly appreciated.
Board Vacancy Candidate Interviews
The following people spoke:
Christina Koberstein
Matt Kautzer
Tom Beane
Jim Sloan
Elayne Tiritilli
Julia Hart
Selection of a new board member
The board made selections on paper ballots.
Matt Kautzer had three votes; Julia Hart had
one vote. Matt will be sworn in at the next
board meeting.
To consider employment, contracts and
performance-related information for em-
ployees over which the school board has
jurisdiction or exercises responsibility pur-
suant to Wis. Stats. 19.85 (1) (c), 118.25,
119.85(f).
John moved to adjourn into closed session.
Diane Kelly seconded. All ayes. Meeting ad-
journed into closed session at 8:10 pm.
KEA Proposals
Preliminary School Report Cards
Class Recombining
Discussion was held.
Adjournment
Marlene moved to adjourn at 9:07 pm. John
seconded. All ayes. Meeting adjourned.
Important Future Dates
Monday, October 29Budget Hearing @ 7:00
pm Kohler Public Library
Monday, October 29Annual meeting @ 7:30
pm Kohler Public Library
Monday, October 29Special Board Meeting
(immediately following Annual Meeting)
Thursday, November 8Board Retreat @
6:00 pm District Office Conference Room
Monday, November 12Board Meeting @
7:00 pm Kohler Public Library
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Toys for Tots
Through December 20
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Movers & Shakers is accepting new, un-
wrapped toys for the Sheboygan
County Toys for Tots program. For
more information call: 920-453-2874
Great Gingerbread Festival at The
Waelderhaus
Through December 23
Sunday-Friday 1-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
At The Waelderhaus. Free and open to
the public. Over 30 locally made gin-
gerbread houses on display. Vote daily
for your favorite creation. Prizes
awarded in five categories. Compli-
mentary gingerbread cookies. Live mu-
sical entertainment Saturdays and
Sundays at 2pm. Call 920-453-2851 for
more information.
Now Open! Shops at Woodlake Kohler
Holiday Customer Service Center
Through December 24
Open Daily 11am-6pm, Christmas Eve
10am-4pm
Complimentary gift wrapping for all
your Shops at Woodlake purchases. Lo-
cated next to Scentualities.
For more information call: 920-459-
1713
Letters to Santa
Through December 24
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Kids can post their holiday wish lists to
the North Pole in our Santa Mailbox.
For more information call: 920-453-
2874
One & Only: Gifts Made by Hand
On exhibit through January 13, 2013
ARTspace A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
Fine handcrafted items by artists from
across the U.S. Select from a wide
range of jewelry, ceramics, glass, tex-
tiles, prints and paintings. All items
available for sale. For more information
call: 920-452-8602
Visit with Santa
December 1, 8, 15, 22 from 1-3pm
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
For more information call: 920-453-
2874
Intro to Aerial Yoga
December 1, 10:45am-12:45pm
Yoga on the Lake
$50
Aerial Yoga maintains the stretching,
balance, strengthening and core in-
volvement of traditional but takes it to
new heights with the use of silk ham-
mocks. The hammocks provide full
body support and also add resistance
to your practice. In this introductory
workshop you will focus on traditional
yoga postures and how to integrate the
hammock for a practice that is both ex-
hilarating and fun! Youll also experi-
ence some basic hip openers,
inversions and backbends. All levels
welcome.
Spaliday Celebration
December 3
Kohler Waters Spa
Registration 3:30pm
Mini Treatments 4-8pm
$20 per person
Join spa industry experts in the areas
of skincare, makeup, hair care & nail
care for our inaugural Spaliday Celebra-
tion! Stroll through the spa to meet
reps from Skin Authority Skincare, La
Bella Donna Mineral Makeup, Moroc-
can Oil, NuFace and Farmhouse Fresh
to learn the latest tips, tricks and tech-
niques to look and feel your best
through the holiday season. Experience
complimentary mini-treatments and
register to win spa gifts. Sample hors d
oeuvres and refreshments. Purchase
spa gift cards and take spa tours. Enjoy
one-night -only savings on holiday gift
sets & signature products. RSVP by call-
ing 920-453-2815 or email KohlerWa-
tersSpaNewsletter@kohler.com. Kohler
Waters Spa will be closed to the public
for this private event. Event fee is non-
refundable and non-transferable. A
portion of the proceeds will be do-
nated to Safe Harbor of Sheboygan.
Tuesdays Tastes
December 4, 6-7:30 p.m.
Woodlake Market Atrium
$10
Join us as Jason from Stones Throw
presents an assortment of wines! Tick-
ets are $10 each! Call 920-457-6570 to
reserve your tickets today!
Winter Inspirations
December 15, 1-3 p.m.
Woodlake Market
Complimentary
Attend Woodlake Markets Winter In-
spirations for creative ideas for both
children and adults alike. Learn how to
mix that perfect holiday drink, create
holiday hors doeuvres, or make festive
ornaments with your kids! Santa will
be in store from 1:30-2:30 p.m. For
more information call 920-457-6570.
Elise Cantrell Book Signing - 40 Days to
Enlightened Eating
December 15, 1-3pm
Intentions
Elise is passionate about cooking and
eating natural foods, and has devel-
oped an eating plan inspired by the sci-
ences of Yoga and Ayurveda. She has
written a book based on this plan enti-
tled 40 Days to Enlightened Eating
released on November 14, 2012. For
more information call: 920-457-9543.
Restorative Aerial Yoga
December 16, 10:30am-12:30pm
Yoga on the Lake
$50
This workshop will explore the depth
and awareness that is brought to a tra-
ditional restorative yoga practice when
a silk hammock is used. Youll re-exam-
ine basic postures by holding them
longer to encourage greater opening
and relaxation. Youll leave feeling
strengthened, renewed and re-ener-
gized. This is also an all levels work-
shop.
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES-
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at 920-
457-4444.
Sports Core Membership Promotion
Your Holiday Shopping List Just Got
Shorter! GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH!
$100 Sports Core enrollment fee ($150
savings) plus $100 facility gift card for
the recipient to spend at will in the Pro
Shop, Salon, Take 5 Caf, TRX Session
or Personal Training -to name a few of
the options. Offer valid through De-
cember 31. Call 920-208-4664 to join
today.
TRX Fitness: Thursdays, December 6-
20, 5:45-6:15am
TRX Fitness: Thursdays, December 6-
January 10, 8:15-9am or 9:15-10am
TRX Boot Camp: Thursdays, December
6-20, 12:10-12:55pm
Practice Dance Party: December 26,
6:45-8:45pm
Tiny Tot Camps: December 5 & 18, 9-
10:30am
Kids Got Rhythm: December 15, 10:15-
11am
Pro Workout for Men: December 4 &
11, 8-9pm
Pro Workout for Advanced Juniors:
December 6 & 13, 8-9pm
Sports Core Special Offers
Take 5 Caf: Enjoy a FREE American
Club granola bar with the purchase of
any specialty coffee.
Pro Shop: Family & Friends Pro Shop
Sale
Its holiday shopping season, and were
pleased to announce an extra-special
two-day sale in the Pro Shop. Fun and
unique gift ideas and stocking stuffers
at 25% off. Enjoy hot cider and cookies
(9am-2pm) while you shop. Saturday,
December 1, 8am-6pm and Sunday,
December 2, 8am-6pm.
Now Open! Kohler Golf Academy
Indoor Studio
Continue to golf this winter in
the Kohler Golf Academy Indoor
Studio. Enjoy indoor studio
specials: Purchase four
45-minute lessons, practice
sessions and a gift for $200 or a
40-minute lesson and a lunch for
$49. Studio hours are Tuesday
through Friday from 10am to
6pm, Saturday from 10am to
5pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Closed on Mondays. For more
information and offerings
visit KohlerGolfAcademy.com
or call 920-565-6075.
Top Tips & Tricks from Kohlers Top Chefs
Warm your heart, tempt your
taste buds! Guests come in from
the cold as chefs come out of
the kitchen to share signature
recipes and helpful tips during
the 2013 Demonstration Kitchen
Series. The interactive working
kitchen is tucked away at The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler and
is designed to allow friendly
interaction between chefs and
eager culinarians. These
informative one-hour sessions
feature a variety of culinary
topics and trends and are sure to
delight at $35 per person. The
chefs share recipes from
preparation to presentation to
final tastings that are carefully
paired with chef-selected wines,
beer or spirits. Celebrate the
spirit of cooking Saturdays,
January through April! View the
complete schedule online at
www.AmericanClub.com or call
920-457-8000.
Kohler Waters Spa seasonal services
Holiday rejuvenation from the
toes on up to your nose! Kohler
Waters Spa (Kohler) is
celebrating the holidays with a
scent-sational spa featuring
aromatic products significant to
the season. The Mistle-Toes
Pedicure begins with sweet
cream salt scrub followed by a
hot chocolate mask for toes,
feet and legs. This delightful
chocolate-rich holiday
experience nurtures winter skin
and revitalizes with powerhouse
enzymes, live carrot cells and
ginseng extract. The service will
leave toes, legs and the nose
tingling with a massage
incorporating minty shea butter.
The 50 minutes service is $85.
Tingle Bells! Tingle Bells! A
perfect blend of science and
deliciousness!
Mistle-Toes Pedicure
Get your holiday party feet
on! This aromatic pedicure uses
a sweet cream salt scrub
followed by a hot chocolate
mask that is painted on your feet
and legs and loaded with live
carrot cells, ginseng extract and
powerhouse enzymes like
CoQ10. A final foot massage
using a minty shea butter leaves
your toes feeling fresh and you
in the holiday spirit.
The holidays the spa is also
offering a Butter Rum Body
Treatment
Enjoy a holiday treatment
designed to exfoliate your body,
hydrate your skin and intoxicate
your senses! A full body
exfoliation with a butter rum
brown sugar scrub is followed
by an in-room KOHLER
showering experience. A final
drenching of your body in a
caramel body milk for complete
hydration leaves you ready to
embrace the season. This 50
minute service is $95.
Enjoy signature and new holiday offer-
ings at The American Club Resort this holi-
day season! The resort is enrobed in
seasonal decorations and offers a host of
holiday traditions: dine with old St.
Nicholas at Breakfast with Santa, visit the
Waelderhaus for the Great Gingerbread
Festival showcasing dozens of sweet cookie
displays, toast the season at Holiday After-
noon Tea and enjoy a spirited Mistletoe
Brunch starting with Cardamom Crme
Brulee French Toast and ending with
Eggnog White Chocolate Shooters! Make
sweet memories this season with a festive
resort package!
Special menus are available online at
www.AmericanClub.com. Please call 800-
344-2838 to make a reservation.
Breakfast with Santa
December 1 and 15 from 9:30-11am
Enjoy a fun-filled morning in The Grand
Hall of the Great Lakes at The American
Club with a kid-friendly buffet breakfast
and Santa himself.
$22.50 Adults and Children, plus tax and
gratuity.
Holiday Afternoon Tea
December 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 and 22 from 2-
4pm
The Wisconsin Room at The American Club
Enjoy a special menu for $20; $28 with one
glass of sparkling wine, plus tax and gratu-
ity.
Mistletoe Brunch
December 2, 9, 16 and 23 from 9am-1pm
The Wisconsin Room at The American Club
$40 Adults, $16 Children 4-12 years, Chil-
dren under 4 years free; plus tax and gratu-
ity.
Christmas Day or Christmas Eve Night,
Kohler offers a sleigh-full of holiday menus
sure to delight! On the night before Christ-
mas all through the Village the chefs are
stirring in hopes that holiday guests soon
would be there. The culinary elves at
Whistling Straits gave a whistle to start the
holiday clatter of pots and pans as preparing
holiday dinner is an art. Dine at Whistling
Straits for a course-side multi-course spe-
cial menu on Christmas Eve. Prance on over
to The Wisconsin Room or Blackwolf Run
for an elaborate buffet on Christmas Day.
Diners can view the menus online before
they dine. Happy Christmas to all, and to all
a good bite!
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Dining
Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, De-
cember 25
Enjoy special holiday dining at The Ameri-
can Club Resort: Whistling Straits Restau-
rant on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
offerings at The Wisconsin Room and
Blackwolf Run.
New Year's Eve Dining
Monday, December 31
Celebrate New Year's Eve at The American
Club Resort with dinners at The Immigrant
Restaurant, The Wisconsin Room and
Cucina.
Tis the Season at
The American Club Resort
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