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Volume 7, Number 12
J ULY 1, 2012
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U.S. Womens Open Championship


returns to Kohler as worlds top golfers
stare down Blackwolf Run, July 2-8
Kohler Co. is ready to once
again host womens championship
golf when the U.S. Womens Open,
conducted by the United States
Golf Association, returns to the
Original Championship Course at
Blackwolf Run on July 2-8. Tickets
are available for fans and families
who will have the rare opportunity
to be a part of history and celebrate
Independence Day while cheering
on the most talented and competi-
tive women in professional golf.
Kohler hosted its first-ever major
golf championship at scenic Black-
wolf Run in 1998, when the U.S.
Womens Open was won by future
Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak in a
thrilling sudden-death playoff with
an unheralded amateur, Jenny
Chuasiriporn.
The U.S. Womens Open really
is one of Wisconsins top must-do
memorable activities for families
and golf enthusiasts to enjoy a
world-class experience at an in-
credible value in Americas heart-
land, said Jim Richerson, group
director of golf for Kohler Co. and
general chairman of the 2012 U.S.
Womens Open. We are pleased
and honored to provide unique ac-
cess to such a high-profile event
with the natural and scenic beauty
of Blackwolf Run serving as a most
appropriate backdrop. On and off
the course, this championship will
deliver infectious energy, intense
state pride and sweet nostalgia dur-
ing this family-focused time of
year.
Concurrent with the U.S.
Womens Open, the Village of
Kohler is celebrating its 100th an-
niversary and will host family
events to celebrate the commu-
nitys milestone. The championship
golf experience will be enhanced
with a complimentary John Philip
Sousa outdoor concert, fireworks
and Americana-themed festivities
hosted throughout the Village and
at the Forbes Five-Star American
Club Resort.
The U.S. Womens Open offers
families the opportunity to experi-
ence the championship together, in-
cluding complimentary admission
to all junior patrons (ages 17 and
younger) with an accompanied cre-
dentialed adult. Adult ticket prices
begin at $15 for practice rounds
and $45 for championship rounds.
For a complete list of ticket op-
tions and to learn more about the
2012 U.S. Womens Open, please
visit 2012uswomensopen.com or
usga.org. Follow us on Facebook at
facebook.com/2012uswomensopen
or call 920-453-2889.
MONDAY, JULY 2 Practice
Round
Autograph Signing with Suzann
Pettersen, 1-2pm
Merchandise Tent at Blackwolf
Run
Join us for an autograph signing
with Suzann Pettersen in the Mer-
chandise Tent. SKIP THE LINE -
the first 25 customers to make a
$100 purchase of Nike apparel will
receive a Fast Pass for the signing.
This event requires championship
access. Children ages 17 and under
will be admitted free with a tick-
eted adult; tickets start at $15.
Autograph Signing with Dottie
Pepper, 2:30-3:30pm
Merchandise Tent at Blackwolf
Run
Join us for an autograph signing
with Dottie Pepper (co-author of
Bogey Tees Off) in the Merchan-
dise Tent. SKIP THE LINE - the
first 25 customers to purchase the
Bogey Tees Off childrens book
will receive a Fast Pass for the
signing. This event requires cham-
pionship access. Children ages 17
and under will be admitted free
with a ticketed adult; tickets start
at $15.
Autograph Signing with Paula
Creamer, 4-5pm
Merchandise Tent at Blackwolf
Run
Join us for an autograph signing
with Paula Creamer in the Mer-
chandise Tent. SKIP THE LINE -
the first 25 customers to make a
2012 U.S. Womens Open schedule of events
Continued on page 2
Unique golf course access, weeklong events and Independence
Day activities tee-up family-friendly entertainment
Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
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$100 purchase of Adidas apparel
will receive a Fast Pass for the
signing. This event requires cham-
pionship access. Children ages 17
and under will be admitted free
with a ticketed adult; tickets start
at $15.
Wisconsin Sports Shootout, 3pm
Practice Range at Blackwolf Run
Some of the most recognizable
sports figures in Wisconsin will
pair up with the worlds best
LPGA players to tee-off on The
Original Championship Course at
Blackwolf Run on the opening day
of the U.S. Womens Open. No-
table Wisconsin sports personali-
ties currently scheduled to
participate include Green Bay
Packers President and CEO Mark
Murphy, Packers fullback John
Kuhn and former Packers offen-
sive tackle Mark Tauscher will be
among other Wisconsin sports
stand-outs at Blackwolf Run.
Players will be micd up for audio
so they are able to interact with
fans to share their thoughts on
challenges of the course. The
Packers will be joined by other
Wisconsin sports stars including
former Wisconsin Badgers legend
and Heisman Trophy winner Ron
Dayne and former Badger and cur-
rent Milwaukee Bucks forward
John Leuer. A brief question and
answer session will begin on the
practice range at 3 p.m., followed
by a 3:30 p.m. tee-off on the 13th
tee of the Original Championship
Course. This event requires cham-
pionship access. Children ages 17
and under will be admitted free
with a ticketed adult; tickets start
at $15.
TUESDAY, JULY 3 Practice
Round
Junior Golf & Wellness Clinic,
1-2pm
Practice Range at Blackwolf Run
Families are invited to share in
great golf and healthy living tips
from the best LPGA players in
the world. This event requires
championship access. Children
ages 17 and under will be admit-
ted free with a ticketed adult;
tickets start at $15.
Autograph Signing with Dottie
Pepper, 3-4pm
Merchandise Tent at
Blackwolf Run
Join us for an autograph signing
with Dottie Pepper (co-author of
Bogey Tees Off) in the Merchan-
dise Tent. SKIP THE LINE - the
first 25 customers to purchase the
Bogey Tees Off childrens book
will receive a Fast Pass for the
signing. This event requires cham-
pionship access. Children ages 17
and under will be admitted free
with a ticketed adult; tickets start
at $15.
Movie Night in Kohler, 8-10pm
Ravine Park in Kohler
Celebrating the U.S. Womens
Open, The American Club Resort
invites fans and locals alike to
enjoy the Wisconsin summer night
with an outdoor movie viewing.
Concessions and beverages will be
available for sale before and dur-
ing the movie which starts at dusk.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4
Practice Round
The Dennis Walters Golf Show,
1-2pm
Practice Range at Blackwolf Run
Fans are invited to watch a one-of-
a-kind inspiring golf show by leg-
end Dennis Walters
(www.denniswalters.com) at
Blackwolf Run. This event re-
quires championship access. Chil-
dren ages 17 and under will be
admitted free with a ticketed adult;
tickets start at $15.
Autograph Signing with Jessica
Korda, 3-4pm
Merchandise Tent at Blackwolf
Run
Join us for an autograph signing
with Jessica Korda in the Mer-
chandise Tent. SKIP THE LINE -
the first 25 customers to make a
$100 purchase of Adidas apparel
will receive a Fast Pass for the
signing. This event requires cham-
pionship access. Children ages 17
and under will be admitted free
with a ticketed adult; tickets start
at $15.
Sousa Concert and Fireworks
in Kohler, 6-10pm
Ravine Park in Kohler
The annual 4th of July Celebration
kicks off at 6 p.m., July 4, in
Ravine Park. Families can enjoy
U.S. Womens Open schedule, continued . . .
concessions from The American
Club and beverages sold by Kohler
Fire Department as they set up
blankets and lawn chairs. The Tra-
ditional Sousa Concert will begin
at 8:30 p.m. with special guest John
Philip Sousa IV, direct descendant
of the patriotic composer. The
evening will finish with a firework
display set to the music of the Kiel
Municipal Band.
THURSDAY, JULY 5 First
Championship Round
FRIDAY, JULY 6 Second
Championship Round
Friday FAIRway Festival. An
Evening at The Shops at Wood-
lake Kohler, 5-11pm
The Shops at Woodlake in Kohler
Fun for the entire family, this street
fair features a picnic by Woodlake
Market, Childrens Carnival area,
Cocktail Demonstrations and Com-
plimentary Demonstrations by the
Kohler Golf Academy. There will
also be special desserts from
Craverie and glasses of wine from
Cucina for fans to enjoy. The night
will end as crowds gather on the
green across Woodlake Road as a
free concert kicks off at 8 p.m. fea-
turing Eddie Butts, a local Wiscon-
sin Band.
SATURDAY, JULY 7 Third
Championship Round
SUNDAY, JULY 8 Final
Championship Round
CHAMPIONSHIP QUICK
TIPS
Footwear - It is highly recom-
mended and encouraged that all pa-
trons wear soft-spiked golf shoes.
Grandstands - More than 3,000
grandstand seats will be located at
strategic viewing areas throughout
the golf course and practice range.
Seating is provided on a first-come,
first-serve basis unless otherwise
designated.
Website - The U.S. Womens offi-
cial website, www.usga.org/cham-
pionships - powered by IBM,
provides real-time scoring, exclu-
sive live video and authoritative
coverage of the national champi-
onship. Visitors to
www.usga.org/championships can
engage in all the action from their
home computer or mobile device.
TV Broadcast Coverage - The
USGA, in conjunction with its tel-
evision partners NBC Sports,
ESPN2 and Golf Channel will
broadcast the first two rounds (July
5-6) of the 2012 U.S. Womens
Open on ESPN2, from 4 8pm
EDT (3 7pm CDT). NBC will air
the third and fourth rounds (July 7
8), from 3 - 6pm EDT (2 5pm
CDT). The network has added a
30-minute preround program to the
schedule, beginning at 2:30pm on
both Saturday and Sunday.
Autograph Policy Patrons
should keep in mind that the play-
ers first responsibility during the
U.S. Womens Open week is to
compete for the national champi-
onship. For this reason, a no-auto-
graph policy is in effect on course
throughout championship week.
Patrons should not approach any
player for an autograph from the
time a player is en route to her first
tee until the completion of her
round. This policy applies to prac-
tice rounds as well as champi-
onship rounds.
Camera Policy - Cameras are only
allowed on the championship
grounds during practice rounds,
Monday through Wednesday, and
then only for personal, non-com-
mercial use. No photography is
permitted in the presence of a
player from the time she addresses
the ball until the completion of her
swing. (i.e., when a marshals arms
are raised). Camcorders or other
video recording devices are not
permitted at any time.
Merchandise Tent - The 2012
U.S. Womens Open will have two
commemorative merchandise
shopping experiences for patrons.
Just inside the Main Admissions
Gate, patrons will
find a variety of merchandise bear-
ing the U.S. Womens Open logo
for purchase, including caps,
shirts, T-shirts, jackets, lanyards,
lapel pins, golf balls, ball-mark re-
pair tools, ball-markers, towels,
umbrellas, and much, much more.
Junior Admissions Policy Chil-
dren 17 years of age and under will
be allowed complimentary admis-
sion on a daily basis when accom-
panied by a credentialed (e-ticket
or badge) adult. Children will be
able to immediately enter the ad-
mission gate area accompanied by
a credentialed adult.
More Helpful Tips
Remember where your car is
parked.
Drink plenty of fluids to avoid
dehydration.
Wear a hat for protection from
the sun and use sunscreen.
Wear light-colored cool cloth-
ing.
Walk carefully, never run.
Stay behind the gallery ropes
and cooperate with marshals.
Kneel or sit down if you are in
the front row along any rope
line.
Be prepared for the possibility of
rain, check local weather infor-
mation prior to departing for the
championship.
Always designate a place to
meet if you get separated from
your companion(s).
For exclusive content, updates,
news and information:
Twitter: @TheAmericanClub
Facebook:
facebook.com/2012uswomensopen
Phone: 920.453.2889
Website:
2012Uswomensopen.com
TICKET OPTIONS
Get a front row seat to all the ac-
tion. Purchase your tickets today
and secure your spot at the 2012
U.S. Womens Open. Purchase
tickets online 2012Uswomen-
sopen.com or at the main admis-
sion gate!
Practice Ticket $15
Watch the pros fine tune their
games during any one of the three
practice round days, Mon., July 2
through Wed., July 4.
Championship Ticket $45
Every shot matters. Experience
the drama during any one of the
four championship round days,
Thurs., July 5 through Sun., July 8.
Trophy Club Ticket $90
Witness the final holes in a private
setting (above the 16th green, 17th
hole and 18th tee) during any one
of the four championship round
days, Thurs., July 5 through Sun.,
July 8.
Championship Badge $150
Dont miss a moment. Enjoy un-
limited access to all seven days of
the championship, Mon., July 2
through Sun., July 8.
Trophy Club Badge $275
The ultimate championship expe-
rience. Witness the final holes in a
private setting (near the 16th
green, and aligning the 17th hole
and 18th tee) all seven days, Mon.,
July 2 through Sun., July 8.
Junior Ticket Policy
Persons 17 and under will be al-
lowed complimentary admission
on a daily basis when accompanied
by a credentialed (ticket or badge)
adult. Junior tickets can be ob-
tained each day of the champi-
onship at the main admission gate.
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July 5 ESPN2 First Round 4-8 p.m.
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July 7 NBC Third Round 3-6 p.m.
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ELKHART LAKE, Wis., May 22,
2012 Vintage car enthusiasts will
make their way to Road America
to celebrate the beauty and per-
formance of some of the worlds
greatest racecars during The
HAWK vintage event with Brian
Redman, July 12-15, 2012. A mid-
summer favorite, the event is one
of the largest vintage racing gath-
erings in the United States and fea-
tures over 50 classes of cars racing
in 10 groups. The four-day week-
end will also showcase a Historic
CAN-AM, which is the highlight
of this years event as an impres-
sive field of cars is expected to
gather in celebration of CAN-
AMs 46th Anniversary.
The original CAN-AM race se-
ries (1966-1974) had very few re-
strictions allowing the use of
engines of unlimited displacement,
weight and design, and tires of any
kind. Out of these open guidelines
were developed some of the
fastest, most sensational and inno-
vative sports racers ever seen.
Everything from cult favorites to
priceless limited production model
racecars and a Lola T70 marque
are schedule to participate making
this years CAN-AM a cant miss
opportunity.
On Friday and Saturday
evening, the tiny village of Elkhart
Lake will again spring to life with
a blend of art-on-wheels as part of
a Concours dElegance presented
by Road & Track in downtown
featuring over 100 cars each night.
On Friday evening, racecars will
parade from the track to downtown
Elkhart Lake for judging and spec-
tator viewing and fans will have
the opportunity to register to win a
fully restored 1969 Chevy Camaro
at the concours as part of the News
radio 620 WTMJ / Heiser Chevy
Classic Free Ride giveaway.
Sports cars will gather on Saturday
from 6p.m. to 8p.m. Final judging
and awards will be presented on
Sunday at Road America. In an ef-
fort to recognize the significant
presence of active competition
models, Fridays racecar concours
entries will be limited to cars also
entered in race groups. Other fan
attractions include autograph ses-
sions, an automotive art and ven-
dor fair, on-track touring, and
public go-karting at the Blains
Farm & Fleet Motorplex.
Discounts on advance tickets
are still available and additional in-
formation is available at
www.roadamerica.com or by call-
ing 800-365- RACE (7223). Races
run rain or shine and kids 12 and
under are free with an adult.
A mid-summer vintage racing
classic returns to Road America
The HAWK with Brian Redman recalls a
sensational era of racing
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Event begins
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Registration
4:30-5:30pm
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Tournament Traffic
Shuttle Route
Trolley
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Ravine Park Trolley Stop
2012 U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN
Championship Public Parking & Shuttle Route

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Parking
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Parking
Championship
Traffic
Trolley Stop
Ravine Park
CTH Y exit onto STH 23
westbound may be closed
from 7:00-10:00 a.m.
during ingress.
The 2012 U.S. Womens Open
at Blackwolf Run in Kohler is just
days away, with practice rounds
beginning Monday, July 2 and run-
ning through Wednesday, July 4.
Championship play takes place
Thursday, July 5 through Sunday,
July 8.
As mentioned in the previous
issue of The Kohler Villager, the
Kohler Police Department will be
in charge of all law enforcement
efforts taking place during the
USWO. Kohler police Chief
William J. Rutten said the KPD
has been involved in planning for
this event for well over a year in
the hopes that all the behind the
scenes activities go smoothly and
issues that arose during the last
USWO in 1998 will be prevented.
We expect that everything will go
as smoothly as possible due to the
amount of planning and the coor-
dination of efforts, said Rutten.
Commanders from the State Patrol
and Sheboygan County Sheriffs
Department will also work with
the KPD in the command post lo-
cated ???, and on roadways during
the entire event.
Roughly 13,000-15,000 specta-
tors, volunteers, and media mem-
bers may enter the Village daily
during the tournament. Rutten said
the largest influx of spectators is
expected to take place between
7:00-10:00 a.m. each day, with the
majority entering the Village
southbound on CTH Y, where they
will be directed into the main lots
of the Kohler Co. on Twin Oaks
Rd. Shuttles will provide trans-
portation between the parking
areas and golf course (see map
below). Some car traffic will be di-
rected to continue on Highland Dr.
through Kohler to preferred park-
ing areas located near the course.
For more efficient traffic flow
onto CTH Y from I-43 and STH 23
during the peak ingress, some lane
deviations will be put into place,
and the ramp from CTH Y onto
westbound STH 23 will be closed
until after the ingress is complete.
Egress traffic flow is more difficult
to predict, because it is determined
by weather conditions, length of
play, etc. Rutten anticipates that
egress traffic wont affect the Vil-
lage as much as the ingress; how-
ever, he is encouraging local
commuters to avoid Highland Dr.
during both peak ingress and
egress times.
A section of West Riverside Dr.
south of the Waelderhaus leading
to the golf course will be closed to
normal traffic, as will the gravel
road from CTH PP that runs along
the river to the Waelderhaus Dam.
No Event Parking signs will
be placed along Highland Dr. and
CTH PP in an effort to keep spec-
tators from parking in the South I
subdivision (south of CTH PP).
Parking will be prohibited for ve-
hicles not displaying a Resident
hang tag. The tags were made
available only to residents living in
that subdivision with shared drive-
ways, etc., and vehicles not dis-
playing the tags will be ticketed.
The police departmentalso re-
quests that Village residents refrain
from parking in the area of South
I in an effort to keep visitors from
assuming those streets are avail-
able as park and walk areas.
Traffic plans for U.S. Womens
Open championship will help
alleviate delays, congestion
Courtesy Championship
trolley service planned for
Village residents, guests
The 2012 U.S. Womens Open
is pleased to announce the Village
of Kohler Championship Trolley
for the benefit of Village residents
and their guests during the week of
championship July 2-8, 2012.
The Trolley will begin running
Monday, July 2 with service from
Ravine Park to the Main Admis-
sions Gate of the Championship at
Blackwolf Run and run until Sun-
day night, July 8 after the Cham-
pion has been decided.
Extended hours will be offered
on both Tuesday, July 3 and
Wednesday, July 4 to accommo-
date the outdoor movie night
scheduled for Tuesday, and the an-
nual 4th of July celebration on
Wednesday, both scheduled for
Ravine Park.
PLEASE NOTE: Trolleys will
only run every half hour on the
hour. There will be temporary
signs posted at the pick-up/drop-
off points in Ravine Park and at the
Main Admissions Gate reminding
riders of the posted schedule and
hours of operation. There will be
no charge for anyone riding the
Trolley.
For no waiting, we highly rec-
ommend that residents and their
guests follow directions to general
public parking, located off Twin
Oaks Road on Kohler Co. property
where additional school bus trans-
portation shuttle services will be
provided free of charge. There will
be no charge for parking.
Village of Kohler
Championship trolley schedule:
Monday, July 2-Friday, July 6,
8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
*extended hours until 11:00 p.m.
on Tuesday and Wednesday
Saturday, July 7 Sunday, July
8, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Although there will be no
charge for riding the Trolley,
Championship credentials will be
required to gain admittance into
the Championship grounds. Cre-
dentials are available for purchase
in advance by visiting
www.2012uswomensopen.com or
by calling the U.S. Womens Open
Championship office at 920-453-
2889. Credentials may also be pur-
chased through the Will Call and
Admissions office upon arrival to
Blackwolf Run and the 2012 U.S.
Womens Open Main Admissions
Gate.
The Kohler Co./USGA has
worked diligently to acquire the
appropriate number of shuttles to
make the transportation of the
spectators a safe and efficient
process, Said Rutten. A free trol-
ley service will also transport Vil-
lage residents and their guests
every half hour to help limit pedes-
trian traffic to the course. (See ar-
ticle/map below).
For players security, the KPD
has teamed up with the Wisconsin
State Patrol, the Sheboygan
County Sheriffs Department, the
Sheboygan County Emergency
Management Director, and many
on-course volunteers.
Rutten said the Village will re-
ceive some reimbursement for ex-
penses from the State of
Wisconsins tourism fund.
The Kohler Police Department
may be contacted in the usual man-
ner during the event by stopping in
or calling 459-3877.
!(
Trolley Stop
Ravine Park
Map courtesy of Kohler Co.
JULY 1, 2012
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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
532 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
OUTSTANDING KOHLER HOME
4 bedroom, 3 bath area classic brick home
Formal living & dining rooms
Main floor family room w/fireplace
Beautiful cherry wood kitchen
Finished lower level rec room
Many updates, including new windows
Nice size yard and 2.5 car garage
#3671 $224,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
NEW PRICE
138 Market St, Kohler
PRISTINE KOHLER COLONIAL
3 bedroom, 2 bath home
Updated kitchen, maple cabinetry
Large living room & formal dining
Beautifully updated bathrooms
Awesome lower level family room
4 car garage and nice size yard
Just move in and enjoy!
#3690 $164,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
1097-C Woodlake Rd, Kohler
KOHLER CONDO
2nd floor condo has open floor plan w/fireplace
2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths up plus family room w/full bath down
Main level laundry
Large deck for additional outdoor living space
Single car attached garage
Easy access to all Kohler amenities
Seller offering appliance & flooring allowance
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.1097WoodlakeRd.com
#3586 $214,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
421 Hill Street, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER COLONIAL
4 bedroom 2 bath home
Beautifully updated kitchen w/Viking range
Large first floor Family room
Formal Living and Dining rooms
Living room features fireplace & french doors
1 car detached garage
Nicely maintained yard
#3626 $234,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
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: www.1103aspenrd.com
#3702 $419,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
1035A Willow Ln., Kohler
MINT CONDITION RANCH CONDO
Great architectural details
Beautiful summer porch
2+ bedrooms, 3 bath areas
Hardwood floors, upscale baths
Gourmet upscale kitchen
Lower level surround sound theater
2 car attached garage
Handicapped accessible to all levels
Living room gas fireplace
#3716 $259,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
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: www.685treehousepkwy.com
#3692 $619,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
NEW LISTING
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 $519,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
NEW LISTING
315 Ridgeway St., Kohler
PRESTIGOUS KOHLER BRICK COLONIAL
Over 4000 sq ft, all brick , excellent location
Lots of updates, granite counters, tile, new heating, AC, win-
dows, and more
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3 fireplaces
Huge living-dining combination
Den/Office with fireplace
Main level family room,
2
nd
Family room with fireplace in walk-out lower level
Brick patio and walkway, and a great spot for that outdoor
kitchen
View this property at: www.315ridgeway.com
#3713 $524,900
Mike Daniels 946-0034
826 Briarwood Ct, Kohler
BEAUTIFUL BRICK COLONIAL
Gorgeous lot flowers, shrubs, stone walk & patio
Over 3,200 sq. ft., plus 1,200 sq. ft. in lower level
Formal living & dining rooms, family room, full bath &
bedroom
Open loft on upper, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, bonus room
Beautiful wood floors, woodwork and crown moldings
Lower level rec room w/kitchenette, full bath & more
Close to Sports Core and all Kohler amenities
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.826BriarwoodCt.com
#3482 $549,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
555 Sir Howard Ct, Kohler
Kohler Walk-out Ranch
Beautiful lot on quiet cul-de-sac
3bedrooms, 3 baths
Living Room w/fireplace & office
Kitchen & dining room, cherry cabinetry
Gorgeous hickory floors
Roof in 2009 & exterior stained in 2010
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.555SirHowardCt.com
#3609 $260,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
812 Linden Road, Kohler
SPACIOUS CONTEMPORARY
4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home
Large open kitchen & formal dining room
Living room w/fireplace
Walk-out lower level
Lower level family room w/fireplace
2 car attached garage
Wrap around deck for outdoor enjoyment
Too much to list, call today!
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.812lindenrd.com
#3627 $319,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1020 Woodlake Road, Kohler
SPACIOUS AND COMFORTABLE
KOHLER HOME
4 bedroom 3.5 bath area 2 story home
Formal Living & Dining rooms
First floor family room w/fireplace
Large kitchen w/center island & dinette
Main floor laundry
Lower level rec room
Screen porch for summer enjoyment
Beautifully landscaped yard
Oversized 2.5 car 25x40 garage
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.1020woodlakerd.com
#3631 $320,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
612 Pine Circle, Kohler
QUIET KOHLER CUL-DE-SAC
4 bedrooms, 2.5 bath areas
Home features 2272 square feet of living space
Nice size kitchen with eating area
Formal dining room & living room w/fireplace
Family room on main floor
Awesome screen porch
Large private yard
2 car attached garage
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.612pinecir.com
#3643 $298,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
521 Upper Rd, Kohler
STORYBOOK STYLE RANCH
3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch
Large living & dining rooms
Eat-in kitchen
Lovely woodwork throughout
Many appliances included
1.5 car detached garage w/sunroom
#3683 $126,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
149 Upper Rd, Kohler
TRADITIONAL COLONIAL
4 bedroom, 3 bath areas
Very classic design living & dining
New kitchen, open design w/eating area
Nice size bedrooms share full bath
Bath areas are nicely updated
New windows throughout
LL family room & bedroom w/egress
2 car detached garage, nice yard
#3687 $189,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
118 E. Park Lane, Kohler
CLASSIC BRICK COLONIAL
4 Bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bath areas
Beautiful formal living & dining rms
Updated kitchen beautiful cabinetry
Wood floors & crown moldings
Main floor family rm & finished LL
Walk-up attic for tons of storage
All brick, new gutters
1 car detached garage
View this property at: www.118eparkln.com
#3688 $289,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1089-2B Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
CONTEMPORARY CONDO
2 Master suites! Great outdoor living spaces
Large open great room w/fireplace
Kitchen open to dining room
Loft area for study or office
First floor laundry, full basement
2 car attached garage
Many updates! Great Price!
#3693 $184,900
Shari Jensen 459-1714
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
2 Bedroom suites plus a guest suite
Ideal home for entertaining, expert design
Designer bath areas are amazing
Great porch, beautiful stone patio, gorgeous landscape
2 car attached garage
Home will appeal to the most discriminating buyer!
#3706 $599,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
NEW LISTING
808 Linden Rd., Kohler
SPACIOUS KOHLER HOME
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, move-in condition
MBR with adjoining loft area w/fireplace
Updated kitchen with dual ovens
Living and family rooms with fireplace
Main floor laundry/mud room
Large deck w/surround sound and hot tub
Screened porch w/skylights
2 car att. & 1 car det. Garages
View this property at: www.808linden.com
#3714 $350,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
NEW PRICE
1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO
3 Bedrooms 2 bath areas
Very open concept, tons of windows
Great room open to kitchen
Gorgeous hardwood floors
Beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace
Heated 3 seasons room, enjoy the changing seasons
Great location, near all the amenities of Kohler
Priced under the assessed value!
#3634 $194,900
Terri Stewart 912-4303
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 $409,000
Terri Stewart 912-4303
740 Wilson Ave, Sheboygan Falls
GREAT RANCH/VERY PRIVATE YARD
3 Bedroom, 1.5 bath ranch
Beautiful living room w/fireplace
Nice size dining room off kitchen
Spacious kitchen w/natural cabinetry
3 good size bedrooms w/great closet space
Lower level rec room/office
Great deck and private yard
2 car attached garage
#3709 $154,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
N6189 Woodland Rd, Sheboygan
ONE OWNER/LIKE NEW TWO STORY
3 Bedroom, 2.5 bath beauty
Great open floor plan on main
Sunroom w/fireplace & southern exposure
Open kitchen with natural cabinetry
Dining area open to kitchen
Large yard w/deck & patio
2.5 car attached garage
Beautiful mature landscape/very private
#3707 $199,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
1092 UNIT 3D Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
VALUE PRICED KOHLER CONDO
Willow Creek Condo in Kohler
Priced right at $149,000
Ranch style, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
Two car attached garage
Master suite w/walk-in closet
Master bath w/jetted tub, double vanity and private porch
Does need carpeting and decorating, but still a great buy!
Immediate occupancy available
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: ww.1092CreeksCrossRd.com
#3606 $149,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
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 blistful summer evenings
Large yard features mature landscape
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.432ridgect.com
#3654 $259,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
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Luke brothers of Kohler
awarded Eagle Scout
Stephen and Charles Luke of
Boy Scout Troop 861, Sheboygan,
WI both received their Eagle
Scout awards at a Court of Honor
at First United Lutheran Church
on Saturday, June 2. The cere-
mony was attended by State Sen-
ator Joseph Leibham who
presented both Stephen and
Charles with special legislative ac-
knowledgments.
The Luke brothers, sons of
Thomas and Joann Luke of
Kohler, WI, both are Brotherhood
members of the Order of the
Arrow, Scoutings national honor
society. They also were both part
of the contingent of Scouts from
Wisconsin who attended the Cen-
tennial National Jamboree at Fort
AP Hill in Virginia in 2010.
Charles has served the troop as a
senior patrol leader and Stephen
will be on the Boy Scouts aquat-
ics staff at Bear Paw summer
camp.
Stephen will be a senior at St.
Lawrence Seminary High School
in Mt. Calvary, WI where he has
been inducted into the National
State Senator Joe Leibham, Stephen Luke, and Charles Luke.
Jenna Peters, (Kohler class of
2011) finished tied for 24th in a
U.S. Women's Open qualifier at
Big Foot County Club in Fontana.
Shooting a 161 (81-80), Peters,
who is a freshman at Butler, fell 11
strokes shy of earning one of the
two qualifying spots for U.S.
Women's Open at Blackwolf Run.
Peters helped lead the Kohlers
boys golf team to a WIAA Divi-
sion 3 state title in 2011.
Jenna Peters
Kohler 1,600 relay team brings
home fifth place medal
Kohler's 1,600 relay team
made it to the podium June 2,
2012 at the WIAA State Track
and Field Championships in La
Crosse. The team of Dominic
Bocchini (fr.), Garrett Griswold
(Sr.), Joe Pellowski, (So.), and
Brett Mueller (So.), took fifth
place in 3:28.96. Senior Ryan
Zittle, an alternate, was also a
member of the team.
Charles Olmsted (Sr.) also
qualifed for the state champi-
onship, and ran a 41.36 in the
300 hurdles.
Medal winners Joe Pellowski, Dominic Bocchini, Garrett Griswold, Brett Mueller.
Boys track team state qualifers and supportive team members. Back from left:Ryan Zittel,
Joe Pelowski, Charles Olmsted, Garrett Griswold, Brett Mueller. Front:Dominic Bocchini,
Eric Mehoke, Philip Samuels, Giacomo Imberti.
Team awards
presented to
boys tennis
players
Kohler High School boys ten-
nis coach Wendy Tauscheck and
assistant coach Julie Coffee pre-
sented the following awards at the
boys tennis awards banquet in
June:
True Blue award: Ray Venn
Most Improved: JV - David Chen,
Varsity - Andrew Grose
Most Valuable: Tyler Lewis, Tim
Valcenti, Kyle Struck
Honor Society and also been active
in music, drama, and wrestling.
Charles will be a sophomore at St.
Lawrence Seminary where he has
been active on the junior varsity
basketball and baseball teams.
For their Eagle Scout service
projects, both led projects at Voll-
rath Parks disc golf course.
Stephen led the building of a 20
foot concrete block retaining wall.
Charles led in the construction of
framing around tee pads at holes
12 and 17 as well as steps built into
the slopes on those holes. Both
projects are designed to help con-
trol the effects of erosion as well as
add to the aesthetics of the course.
Troop 861 is chartered by First
United Lutheran Church of She-
boygan. Mrs. LeAnne DeTrana is
the Scoutmaster, and Mr. Dale
Opgenorth is the Committee Chair.
Three Kohler
juniors named
first-team
All-CLC for
boys tennis
Kohler No. 1 Singles tennis
player Tyler Lewis, and No. 2 dou-
bles Tim Valicenti and Kyle Struck
were all named first-team All-East-
ern Wisconsin Conference in boys
tennis.
Lutheran/Kohler
girls soccer players
get All-CLC nods
Lutheran/Kohler soccer player
Nicole Beine, (Sr.) was named to
the All Central Lakeshore Confer-
ence First Team for girls high
school soccer. Christina Lind-
strom, (Sr.) was named to the sec-
ond team; Molly Misfeldt and
Kitty ONeil, both juniors, re-
ceived honorable mention.
Kohler resident Marlea Joa,
age 15, competed in the 40th an-
nual 2012 State Summer Games
at the University of Wisconsin-
Stevens Point June 7-9.
More than 1,800 athletes and
600 coaches took part in the
competition, which is the largest
statewide Special Olympics
Wisconsin event.
Law Enforcement members
from all over the state carry the
Flame of Hope torch for their
supportive Torch Run, which
ends with a lighting of the torch
at the opening ceremony.
Joa, who competed as a
member of the Sheboygan
County Super Eights, took
fourth in the AQ 50M Freestyle,
second in the AQ 4X25
Free Relay, and eighth in the
AQ 4X50 Free Relay. Joa at-
tends school in Sheboygan
Falls.
Kohler girl
excels at
Special
Olympics
Kohler grad
takes shot at
U.S. Womens
Open qualifer
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Kohler Boys Golf Team Finishes
third at State Tournament
During last years championship
run the Kohler Boys Golf Team
built up a large lead after the first
day of the WIAA State Tourna-
ment, coasting to the State Cham-
pionship over eventual runner-up
Cuba City. This year the roles were
reversed. After a first round score
of 346 at University Ridge in
Madison, the Blue Bombers found
themselves 24 strokes behind out
of the lead and in a tie for third
place with Lancaster.
We knew the roles were re-
versed this year, Kohler coach Dirk
Willis said. Cuba City had all five
players return this year and we lost
two key players. We knew we
would have to be consistent, and
have all five players at or near their
best to stay with them. We had a
few players struggle, while Cuba
City was very steady.
Day two of the tournament saw
most teams scores soar with
tougher playing conditions caused
by high winds and difficult pin
placements. Mid-way through the
round, Kohler was only able to
make a slight dent Cuba Citys
lead, but was able to pull even with
second place Osseo-Fairchild.
However, a rough stretch over the
last three holes by a couple players
was the difference allowing Osseo-
Fairchild to claim the State Runner-
Up Trophy.
Kohler scoring was led by
Logan Willis 162 (82-80) and
Derek Egbert 167 (81-86). Willis
162 was good for ninth place indi-
vidually, making her one of only a
handful of girls to ever finish in the
individual top ten at the boys state
tournament. However, her expecta-
tions were high. I wanted to play
as well as I had been earlier in the
year, but I hadnt been hitting the
ball as well the last couple weeks,
Willis said. I knew I would have
to battle around the greens and
make a lot of putts if I wanted
chance to win, because my ball-
striking just wasnt what it was ear-
lier in the season.
Egbert finished tied for 17th at
167, while teammates Nick Schep-
pmann (88-88) tied for 25th, Alex
Vander Schaaf (95-91) finished
32nd. No. 5 golfer Jessie Dykster-
house shot a 202 (101-101).
LOGAN WILLIS (junior)
Team MVP
1st Team All-Conference and All-Area
2nd Team All-State
Academic All-State
Broke School Scoring Average Record
with average of 37.81 for the season.
Shot 18 hole rounds of 73, 74 and 75
during season3 of the 6 lowest
tournament rounds in team history.
Medalist (1st place) in 8 events, finished
in top 10 of all major tournaments.
DEREK EGBERT (sophomore)
Honorable Mention All-Conference
Academic All-State
Season Scoring Average of 41.85 was 3rd
on the team and 6th in conference.
Tied for 6th individually at Conference
Tournament.
Finished 9th individually at sectionals and
tied for 17th at State.
NICK SCHEPPMANN (junior)
2nd Team All-Conference
Season Average of 40.78 was 2nd on the
team and 3rd in conference.
Tied for 6th individually at Conference
Tournament.
Shot a career low round of 35 (1 under
par) in dual meet against Elkhart Lake to
earn medalist honors.
ALEX VANDER SCHAAF (senior)
Team Captain
Honorable Mention All-Conference
Season Scoring Average of 43.12 ranked
4th on the team and 12th overall in the
conference.
Finished 15th individually at Conference
and 18th at sectionals.
Winner of the Jimmy Lohr Memorial Golf
Scholarship.
JESSIE DYKSTERHOUSE (junior)
Voted Most Improved Golfer on the Team,
improving her scoring average by 5
strokes since last season.
Academic All-State
Season Scoring Average of 45.50 ranked
5th on the team and 22nd overall in the
conference.
Finished 4th individually at regionals
shooting a career low 18 holes score of 83.
Logan Willis was named to the
All-State Second Team by the Golf
Coaches Association of Wisconsin
(GCAW) after finishing ninth in
D3 at the WIAA Boys State Tour-
nament, as well as being selected
First team ALL-CLC and Aca-
demic All State. Because she plays
during the boys spring season, per
GCAW policy she will be retroac-
tively added to the Fall 2011 Girl's
All State Team. Willis has been
named to one of the All State teams
all three years of her high school
career.
Willis named
All-State
Second Team
Kohler boys tennis players earn
third trip to state
Doubles team brings home medal
Although representing the
smallest school in the Eastern Wis-
consin Conference, Kohlers No. 1
singles and No. 1 doubles boys
varsity tennis players finished the
conference season undefeated and
earned a third trip to the WIAA In-
dividual State Tournament in
Madison May 30-June 2, 2012.
Kohler juniors Kyle Struck and
Tim Valicenti went to Madison as
the fourth seed, earning a bye for
the first round. In the second
round, they defeated Manitowoc
Roncalli juniors Ben Brotz and
Joel Ledvina, 7-6 (4), 6-4.
Struck/Valicenti earned the sixth
place medal after defeating Divi-
sion 2 seniors Topher McGee and
Adam Salaymeh of Milwaukees
University School in an exciting
three-set match, winning 6-4, 3-6,
7-6 (7-1). Struck/Valicenti then fell
to seniors Connor Kosmoski and
Ryan Kropp of Green Bay Notre
Dame 6-1, 6-2. Struck/Valicenti
finished the regular season 9-0 in
the Eastern Wisconsin Conference
with an overall record of 22-4.
Sixth seeded No. 1 singles
player for Kohler, junior Tyler
Lewis won his first match at the
state tournament defeating Med-
ford junior John Keefe 6-3, 6-2,
but fell to junior Bjorn Norderhaug
of Brookfield Academy in the sec-
ond round, 6-3, 6-4. (Norderhaug
went on to take sixth place in sin-
gles). Lewis finished the season
with a perfect 9-0 in the Eastern
Wisconsin Conference and 19-6
over all.
Left:WIAA Individual State Tournament sixth place winners Kyle Struck
and Tim Valicenti. Right:Tyler Lewis, named Sheboygan Press Player
of the Year.
Lewis, Valicenti and Struck
were all named first-team All-East-
ern Wisconsin Conference in boys
tennis, and Lewis went on to be
named Player of the Year by The
Sheboygan Press.Keefe 6-3, 6-2,
but fell to junior Bjorn Norderhaug
of Div. 3 Brookfield Academy in
the second round, 6-3, 6-4.
(Norderhaug went on to take sixth
place in singles). Lewis finished
the season a perfect 9-0 in the East-
ern Wisconsin Conference and 19-
6 over all.
Lewis, Valicenti and Struck
were all named first-team All-East-
ern Wisconsin Conference in boys
tennis, and Lewis went on to be
named Player of the Year by The
Sheboygan Press.
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Kohler Waters Spa Makes Splash with
Therapeutic and Innovative Services
Kohler Waters Spa continues
leading the industry in therapeutic,
experiential treatments with its as-
sortment of new spa services,
launched in June in all three loca-
tions Kohler, Wis.; Burr Ridge,
Ill.; and St Andrews, Scotland.
From spectacular hydrotherapy
services, advanced massage tech-
nology, new services just for men
and teen experiences, Kohler Wa-
ters Spa makes a splash this sum-
mer with guests who seek
memorable, relaxing and detoxify-
ing spa experiences.
The Kohler Waters Spa flagship
and Forbes Five-Star location at
The American Club Resort unveils
12 new services and, for the first
time in its history, adds five serv-
ices specifically for teens ages 12-
15. In addition, the flagship
location offers a new specialty
massage that provides advanced
range of motion and stretching on
a flexible massage table the
WaveMotion Body Treatment
and is only one of four spas in the
United States to offer this ad-
vanced technology, which is sure
to impart a new level of relaxation
for guests.
A Waters Spa Trio
For the first time, all three Kohler
Waters Spa locations unveil the
same new service simultaneously
the Hamman Ritual. This brand
new 80-minute hydrotherapy treat-
ment is based on the traditions
found in Turkish Hamman bath-
houses. Wrapped in a traditional
pestimal a cloth body cover the
spa-goer experiences the healing
effects of the rhythmic and nurtur-
ing pours of waters over the shoul-
ders, back and arms, from copper
tas bowls. Following the rhythmic
pours, a guest will find themselves
transported in this ritual service
with a full body exfoliation using
a traditional Kera mitt and euca-
lyptus black soap for purifying
cleanse. The detoxifying service is
completed with a full scalp mas-
sage using Moroccan shampoo
and conditioner and a moisturizing
application. The new treatment
starts at $205 for 80 minutes.
The Massage of the Future
Located at the flagship destination
in Kohler, Wis., the new WaveMo-
tion Body Treatment offers a
unique massage experience. The
WaveMotion table allows the
guest to lay on the table but instead
of remaining fixed in one spot, the
WaveMotion tables provides slow
3-dimensional movement, allow-
ing the guest to experience a feel-
ing of weightlessness, and affords
the technician the opportunity to
provide enhanced stretches and
movements personalized to each
individual during the treatment.
The WaveMotion table is only
found in four others spas in the
United States; at Kohler Waters
Spa, the treatment has been ele-
vated with the Forbes Five-Star
touches the spa is well known. This
treatments starts at $195 for 80
minutes.
A Teeny Spa Experience
Another exciting addition to the
Kohler flagship location includes
new and expanded teen services
for young ladies and gentleman,
ages 12-15. Offered Sunday
through Friday when accompanied
by an adult, the young spa-goers
will learn the importance of health,
wellness and relaxation.
Red Carpet Makeup
Create a magical look for your
eyes only, whether its for a special
occasion or every day. Includes
makeup tips and color matching.
50 minutes $65
Balancing Facial with Clarisonic
Your skin is cleansed to perfection
with a Clarisonic facial brush in
preparation for an exfoliation, fa-
cial masque and massage. Includes
tips for best skin care suited to you.
Please wear comfortable, loose-fit-
ting clothing or yoga attire. 50
minutes $163
You Glow Girl Pedicure
Let it glow for a mega-moisture
boost for feet and toes. Immerse
your feet in a buttery nectar milk
soak followed by a honey-salt
scrub. A warm honey glaze is driz-
zled over your legs and feet before
they are wrapped with a warm
towel. Your glowing continues
with a rich shea butter massage. In-
cludes your choice of a mini bottle
of polish from the hottest nail col-
ors. 50 minutes $92 French Polish
$102
Lavender Parfait Manicure
Begin with a dreamy dip into a but-
tery milk soak with a kiss of blue-
berry. A sea salt scrub smoothes
rough areas followed by a hand
paraffin dip. Finish with a creamy
shea butter massage fragranced
with mint julep and lavender notes.
Includes your choice of a mini bot-
tle of polish from the hottest nail
colors. 50 minutes $77 French Pol-
ish $87
Stretch and Flex Massage
Wear your comfy yoga wear or any
comfortable, loose-fitting attire for
a unique massage designed to
stretch and move the body for re-
newed energy and sports mobility.
50 minutes $150.
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The Kohler Villager
Published the 1st and 15th
of each month
Contact Mary Struck:920-331-4904
kohlervillager@charter.net
Guests treated to fun, food, and fast cars at Road
Americas Meeting Planners Day
Meeting planners and other
guests were treated to a fun day of
Geocaching, a Segway Introduc-
tion, paintball demonstrations,
karting, and lunch in the VIP box
at Road Americas Meeting Plan-
ners Day on May 18.
Road America offers a unique
Adventure Program for group
events of all sizes from small
events of four, to massive events
0f 10,000-plus. Impress clients and
guests with pace car rides, driving
school, motorcycle school, kart-
ing, ATVadventure program, out-
door survival adventures, and
much more, including drive-in
movies and a chance to pack your
family or friends into your car and
drive the RAtrack for $20!
For more information, visit
roadamerica.com/Sales/
GroupEvents.asp
Jeff Romanoski enjoying complimentary lunch in Road Americas VIP suite.
Mary Struck, Publisher/Editor of The Kohler Villager firing paintballs at a target.
Residents with or without children must complete Kohler School District census
Please fill out and return this cen-
sus form even if you do not have
children.
This form is for obtaining in-
formation for the district cen-
sus. Please complete the
questions with reference to all
persons in your household
from birth to 21 years inclu-
sive, married or single.
If you do not have any chil-
dren, write none in column 1.
Please complete this form re-
gardless of whether your chil-
dren are in public, private or
not currently enrolled in any
school at the present. The form
may be brought to the High
School office or mailed. If you
have any questions, please call
803-7200.
CHILD FIND Subchapter IV of
Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes
mandates that school district per-
sonnel are aware of all children
between the ages of birth and 20
who have or are suspected of
having physical or orthopedic
disability, cognitive disability, or
other developmental disabilities
such as hearing impairment, vi-
sual disability, speech or lan-
guage disability, emotional
disturbance, learning disability,
autism, traumatic brain injury or
any combination of conditions
which may result in the need for
exceptional educational services
to supplement or replace regular
education. If such a condition ex-
ists with any of your children,
please list in the column that
deals with the disabled. Providing
this information will assist in ap-
propriate referrals to meet your
needs.
Under school attended, please
write the name of the school and
check public or non-public.
Please return the bottom portion
to the High School office by July
5, 2012.
Kohler School District
333 Upper Road.
SCHOOL CENSUS INFORMATION
I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct.
_______________________________________________________________________________________
Last name Father Mother
_______________________________________________________________________________________
Address Phone Date
Childs Name Boy/ Birth Date Handicap School & Grade Public/
(Birth to 21) Girl Mo/Day/Yr (If any) Attending Private
___________________ ______ ____/____/____ _________________ __________________ _________
___________________ ______ ____/____/____ _________________ __________________ _________
___________________ ______ ____/____/____ _________________ __________________ _________
___________________ ______ ____/____/____ _________________ __________________ _________
___________________ ______ ____/____/____ _________________ __________________ _________
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Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction, which
also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Reiki
Member International Association of Reiki Professionals
920-457-9543
Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake
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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
SENIORS!!!! Time for our last Spring Fling before our summer
vacation. We'll meet at 11:30 for this meeting on the 4th of
June.
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.
The Kohler Villager
Published the 1st and 15th
of each month
Contact Mary Struck:920-331-4904
kohlervillager@charter.net
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Basketball Adventure Playground Games Flag Football Frisbee Golf
BOYS GRADES 4-6
BOYS GRADES 1-3
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Basketball Adventure Playground Games Flag Football Soccer
GIRLS GRADES 1-3
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Volleyball Adventure Playground Games Arts/Crafts Princess Camp
GIRLS GRADES 4-6
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Volleyball Adventure Playground Games Softball Frisbee Golf
Summer Playground program
still has openings!
Begin an action packed summer with our Summer Playground program. Packed with sports, games and
outdoor activities for boys and girls. Register online at KohlerRecreation.com or at the Kohler Village Hall.
Date: July 9th-August 3rd
Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Fee: $25 per week or $20 per activity (ex. selecting Mondays only).
Save the Date
for
Fal Folie
Saturday, October 13, 2012
at
A Kohler School Foundation Event
Benefiting Kohler Schools
Local holistic business
to offer group Reiki
healing sessions
Sheboygan, WI Sheboygan busi-
ness Hands on Healing Energy will
begin offering Group Reiki ses-
sions exclusively at a private office
located inside Intentions in the
Shops at Woodlake Kohler. In-
tentions is a wellness gift shop spe-
cializing in relaxation, meditation,
alternative healing, crystals, and
aromatherapy.
Reiki is a Japanese holistic
technique that promotes healing,
stress reduction and deep relax-
ation. Reiki is part of Englands
National Health Service and prac-
ticed in many hospitals and clinics
in the United States.
Clients will be able to receive
weekly Group Reiki sessions every
Tuesday, 4 p.m.-5 p.m. from John
M. Oestreicher, Owner of Hands
on Healing Energy. This session is
designed to help with any moder-
ate to severe health issues. In ad-
dition, Reiki has been known to
facilitate wellness with any mental,
emotional and physical dis-ease,
including cancer and fibromyalgia.
There is a $20.00 fee for this serv-
ice.
Oestreicher says his motivation
to offer this service is to provide a
powerful session that promotes
healing at an affordable fee and the
ability to help many people at the
same time.
John is a Registered Reiki Mas-
ter/ Teacher, a member of the In-
ternational Association of Reiki
Professionals and offers Reiki
training currently thru UW She-
boygan and Fond du Lac cam-
puses. In addition, he and his wife,
Pamela teach thirteen different
well-being classes through the
University of Wisconsin Education
program.
To experience this powerful be-
ginning to heal your life and re-
serve your space call
920-946-0363.
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Village Meetings Scheduled for July
7/2 Finance Committee 5:00 pm
7/2 Property Committee 5:15 pm
7/9 Village Board 5:30 pm
7/23 Recreation Committee 4:45 pm
7/26 Plan Commission 4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
indicated.
From Clerk/Treasurer
Laurie Lindow
Open Book and Board of Review
The Village Assessor will be holding an
Open Book session at the Village Hall on
Tuesday, July 10th. To schedule an appoint-
ment with the assessor, please call Associ-
ated Appraisal at 1-800-721-4157. Open
Book is an opportunity for property owners
to meet with the assessor and examine the
records for their property and discuss how
the assessment was made. Time spent dis-
cussing your assessment with the assessor
may eliminate the need for a formal appeal
to the Board of Review. At open book, the
assessor is allowed to make any changes
that are necessary to perfect the assessment
roll.
The Village of Kohler Board of Review
will meet Tuesday, July 17th beginning at
5:00 p.m. Property owners that want to ap-
pear before the Board of Review to appeal
their assessment must provide the clerk-
treasurer with written or oral notice of their
intent to file an objection at least 48 hours
before the meeting of the Board. Also, a
written and signed Form of Objection to
Property Assessment must be filled out and
filed with the clerk within the first 2 hours
of the Boards first scheduled meeting.
2nd Installment Real Estate Tax Pay-
ments: If you didnt pay your real estate
taxes in full by January 31, 2012, the sec-
ond installment of your tax bill is due July
31, 2012. Payments can be made in person
at the Sheboygan County Treasurers Of-
fice, 508 New York Avenue, Sheboygan. If
paying by mail, the payment must be post
marked on or before July 31, 2012, checks
or money orders only, payable to the She-
boygan County Treasurer, 508 New York
Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Second in-
stallment payments cannot be accepted at
the Village of Kohler Clerk-Treasurers Of-
fice. If you have any questions regarding
payment of property taxes, please call the
Sheboygan County Treasurers Office at
920-459-3015.
Summer Hours
The Clerk/Treasurers Office will have
summer hours May 25 August 31. The
office will be open:
Monday-Thursday 7:30am-4:00pm
and Friday 7:30am-12:00 noon.
THE
VILLAGE VIEW
www.kohlervillage.org
From Public Works
Superintendent
Bruce Neerhof
NOXIOUS WEEDS/GRASS LENGTH:
According to Village Ordinance 8.24, it is
the duty of every homeowner to destroy all
noxious weeds on their property before
they go to seed. Examples of noxious
weeds are Canadian thistle, English char-
lock, wild mustard, creeping jenny, goats-
beard and cotton-bearing trees.
Also, grass that exceeds (9) nine inches
in height is in violation of this ordinance.
The Village gives a three-day notice to the
homeowner to mow their grass. Otherwise,
the Village will do it at the expense of the
homeowner.
GARAGE SALE SIGNS: One temporary
garage sale or for sale sign shall be
permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs lo-
cated on public property will be removed
by the Public Works or Police Department.
FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING AND
WATER VALVE EXERCISING: During
the month of July, the Village Public
Works Department will be exercising
water valves. The Department will also be
performing maintenance on fire hydrants
and flushing the mains. The work will be
performed Monday through Thursday.
Residents should be aware that there will
be periods of cloudy and discolored water
as sediment and mineral deposits in the
water-mains are disturbed. If you have any
questions about Kohler water distribution
maintenance, please call 459-6469.
Actions taken by the Village Board dur-
ing their May 14 meetings:
Approved Resolution 2012-6, Commen-
dation to Peter Weber.
Approved requests for fireworks from
Bartolotta Fireworks Co. Inc. for 7/4 and
8/3.
Approved re-appointments to Recreation
Committee, Sex Offender Residence
Board, and Tourism Promotion & Devel-
opment Committee.
Approved Operators Licenses as re-
quested.
Approved February & March 2012 Rev-
enue/Expense Reports, bank reconcilia-
tions & journal entries.
Approved Ordinance 2012-8, Dissolving
the Joint Municipal Court Advisory Com-
mittee.
Approved Amendment No. 1 to the
Agreement with the City of Sheboygan
for the Operation of a Joint Municipal
Court.
Approved 2011 Village of Kohler NR216
Compliance Annual Report.
Approved Willow Creek Life Station
quote from L.W. Allen, Inc. for two
pumps and transducer controls, $24,532.
Approved purchasing Lost Woods Park
signage, $1,275.
Approved building permit for revised sig-
nage for JoAnn Fabric & Craft Store at
Deer Trace Shopping Center.
From Police Chief
Bill Rutten
Bike Safety Day: On June 9, 2012 the
Kohler Police Department held a bike safety
day in the parking lot adjacent to the Village
Hall buildings. We had approximately 30 at-
tendees, down from previous years probably
due to really hot weather. Officer Matthew
Hocevar and Administrative Assistant Jodie
Kuklinski did a good job in preparing for the
event this year. Harley from Wolf's Cycle
was present and did a safety inspection on
each bicycle. Each attendee received a new
bicycle helmet and a bike accessory along
with a beverage and a bag of chips. The bi-
cycle helmets were generously donated by
the Habush, Habush & Rottier Foundation
out of Milwaukee. The chips were donated
by Frito Lay of Oostburg and the soda was
donated by Lakeside Pepsi out of Sheboygan
Falls. We all look forward to doing it again
next year. Pictures of the event are posted
on the Kohler Police Department website at
www.kohlerpolice.com.
Parking issues: This is just a reminder that
the Village has restrictions on parking of
trailers, campers and RVs on any Village
street for longer than a 24 hour period. If an
owner of an RV needs longer than that for
preparation for a trip, contact the police de-
partment. The ordinance (11.20.030) was en-
acted to limit the amount of boats and other
types of trailers on the streets for several rea-
sons, including esthetics.
Kids receiving instruction from Officer Rick Kleeman during Bike Safety Day in
Kohler on June 9. See more photos at kohlervillager.com
Police intern Natalie Natalie VanDyke helps fit helmets.
Officers Matthew Hocevar and Todd Rein Reinemann teach stop light
rules.
Bikie
Safety
Day
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
Centennial Celebration Special
Wisconsin Trader
July 1-31
In celebration of the Village of Kohlers up-
coming Centennial, Village residents re-
ceive 20% off Kohler tees, sweatshirts and
caps with a valid drivers license. 920-451-
2113
Pre de Provence Sale
Scentualities
July 1-31
The Pre de Provence sale is here again!
Purchase 3 luxurious Pre de Provence
soap bars and receive a complimentary 4
th
bar of your choice! 920-208-4935
Exhibit: Delicate Drift
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Through July 15
Inspired by weather patterns, coral reefs,
tidal currents and ruffled shapes along
sandy shores, Illinois artist Vanessa L.
Smith creates exquisitely detailed ceramic
vessels from milky white clay. 920-452-
8602
Celebrate Stars and Stripes!
Scentualities
July 2-8
Youre the star and we have the stripes!
Shop our gorgeous apparel, sleepwear,
and beach wear all paying homage to the
Red, White and Blue! Receive 20% off
your purchase of Eberjey Intimates. 920-
208-4935
Get your Tula hat on!
Kohler Gardener
July 2-8
Enjoy the U.S. Womens Open with sun
protection that never looked so good! Tula
hats are sun savvy, made of natural sus-
tainable fiber, easily packable and have a
UPF rating of 50+. For a limited time, re-
ceive 20% off our selection of Tula straw
hats. 920-458-5570
Firecracker Craft
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
July 2 -4, 2pm-4pm, Complimentary
Visit Movers & Shakers to create your very
own firecracker craft! Have it ready for the
4
th
of July and enjoy it all year long! Be as
creative as you want and show your patri-
otism! 920-453-2874
Movie Night in Kohler
Ravine Park
July 3, 8-10 p.m.
Celebrating the U.S. Womens Open, The
American Club Resort invites fans and lo-
cals alike to enjoy the Wisconsin summer
night with an outdoor movie viewing. Con-
cessions and beverages will be available
for sale before and during the movie which
starts at dusk.
Junior Golf & Wellness Clinic, Hosted
by LPGA Players
Blackwolf Run Practice Range
July 3, 1-2 p.m.
Families are invited to share in great golf
and healthy living tips from the best LPGA
players in the world. Open to U.S.
Womens Open ticket holders.
The Dennis Walters Golf Show
Blackwolf Run Practice Range
July 4, 1-2 p.m.
U.S. Womens Open fans are invited to
watch a one-of-a-kind inspiring golf show
by legend Dennis Walters at Blackwolf
Run.Open to U. S. Womens Open ticket
holders. www.denniswalters.com
Sousa Concert and Fireworks in Kohler
Ravine Park
July 4, 6-10 p.m.
The annual 4th of July Celebration kicks
off at 6pm, July 4, in Ravine Park. Fami-
lies can enjoy concessions from The
American Club and beverages sold by
Kohler Fire Department as they set up
blankets and lawn chairs. The Traditional
Sousa Concert will begin at 8:30pm with
special guest John Philip Sousa IV, direct
descendant of the patriotic composer. The
evening will finish with a firework display
set to the music of the Kiel Municipal
Band.
Friday FAIRway Festival. An Evening at
the Shops at Woodlake Kohler
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
July 6, 5-11 p.m.
Fun for the entire family, this street fair
features a picnic by Woodlake Market,
Childrens Carnival area, Cocktail Demon-
strations and Complimentary Demonstra-
tions by the Kohler Golf Academy. There
will also be special desserts from Craverie
and glasses of wine from Cucina for fans
to enjoy. The night will end as crowds
gather on the green across Woodlake
Road as a free concert kicks off at 8pm
featuring Eddie Butts, a local Wisconsin
Band.
Win an Herb Gift Basket!
Kohler Gardener
July 6
Register to win a gift basket that includes
everything you need for a fragrant herb
gardenan assortment of herbs, herb
stakes and a container to grow them in!
Retail Value: $73. 920-458-5570
Carnival Clown Hat Craft
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
July 6, 4-7pm
Visit Movers & Shakers between 4-7pm to
create your very own funky clown hat!
Wear it during the festival and have fun!
Summer Fun Toys and Noise Receive a
20% discount off your purchase of $30 or
more of our Carnival inspired musical in-
struments and toys 920-453-2874
Win a Fireworks Popcorn Gift Basket!
Wisconsin Trader
July 6
Enter to win a basket includes Fireworks
Wisconsin White Birch popcorn, three sea-
sonings: white cheddar, caramel pecan
and southwest sizzle in a ceramic popcorn
serving bowl. Retail value: $55. 920-451-
2113
Piggy Painting for Little Ladies
With Child Maternity
July 6, 4-6pm
Little girls can visit With Child Maternity for
a mini-mani or mini-pedi using Piggy
Paints.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding & Yoga
Session
Yoga on the Lake / Wood Lake
July 7, 9-11am, 11:30am-1:30pm or 2:30-
4:30pm, $65
A combination of yoga and stand up pad-
dle boarding! Start on land, learning the
basics of SUPing. Then well get on the
board, and paddle, turn, and float. After
paddling for a while we will do some
asanas getting the feel for yoga on the
boards. Well go back to paddling before
we bring it all together with a full flow on
the boards. Pre-registration required by
June 30th.
Meditation Workshop
Intentions
July 7, 10:30am-Noon, $60 per person or
bring a friend for $50 each
Learn the benefits of meditation, how and
when to meditate, focused attention, and
how to slow down and release the minds
endless chatter. Students will practice
meditating and receive a customizable
meditation based on their goals. Please
call 920-457-9543 for reservations.
Heal with Reiki Seminar
Intentions
July 7, 1-2pm
Intentions, Complimentary
Learn about this healing energy at our free
seminar. Reiki Master-Teacher John M.
Oestreicher explains levels of training,
how Reiki is used in hospitals around the
world, what to expect during a session and
hosts informal Q&A. Please call 920-457-
9543 to register.
Taste of Tuesday
Woodlake Market
July 10, 6-7:30pm, $10
Scott from Capitol Husting will be present-
ing special wines! Please call 920-457-
6570 to reserve your tickets!
Summer ARTivity Camp
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Wednesdays, Jul 11 Aug 15, 10am
Noon
$25 per class or $140 for all six classes
This summer kids can be like the great
artists of our time and be creative in water-
color, pastels, sketching, and textiles, this
years Summer ARTivity Camp will encour-
age kids to express themselves artistically!
Sign up for one class or all six! Call or visit
the store for preregistration today! 920-
453-2874
Summer Sidewalk Sale
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
July 13-15
Summer Specials in the Open Air! Fash-
ions, Furnishings and More at exceptional
Savings of 30-75% on select merchan-
dise. 920-459-1713
Bastille Day with Chef Ted
Woodlake Markets Outdoor Bistro
July 14, 4-7pm
Join Chef Ted as he prepares a variety of
French inspired foods paired with French
wines! 920-457-6570
Exhibit: Ron Isaacs: Keeping
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
July 21 October 7, 2012
Kentucky artist Ron Isaacs creates ele-
gant works of art that, at first glance, ap-
pear to be assemblages of vintage
garments, natural forms, and/or daily life
objects. A master of trompe loeil, Isaacs
compositions are actually constructed of
numerous pieces of Finnish birch wood,
which are then deftly painted in acrylic to
mimic a variety of materials. 920-452-8602
Steakfest
Woodlake Markets Outdoor Bistro
July 28, 4-7pm
Special menu includes your choice of
steak, two sides, soup or salad, dessert
and a glass of red wine or a specialty
beer. Steaks will be grilled outdoors!
Prices will vary with choice of steak. 920-
457-6570
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Sports Core at 9204574444.
PreCompetition Workshop: Thursdays, July
12August 23, 56pm Fridays, July 13August
24 Noon1pm
Line Dance: July 11, 6:458:15pm
Practice Dance Party: July 25, 6:458:45pm
Kids Zumba and Got Rhythmon the Beach:
July 27, 44:40pm
Kids Night Out: Friday, July 13 and August 10,
59pm
Tournament Tough Training: Mondays & Tues
days, July 910, 1617, 2324
Tween Beach Party: July 25, 57pm
DJ Dance Crew: MondayFriday, July 2327, 1
2:15pm (Grades 2
nd
4
th
), 2:153:30pm (Grades
5
th
7
th
) Registration deadline: Friday, July 20
One Tough Mama Boot Camp: Thursdays,
July 12Aug 2. 99:45 am.
Sports Core Special Offers
Salon: Brewer Bonanza. During the month of
June, be sure to tune into every Brewer home
game for a chance to save on your favorite
salon product with a Brewers win. Receive the
following discounts the following day. Dis
count valid on home games only. 13 runs =
15% off, 46 runs = 20% off, 7+ runs = 25% off
TAKE 5 Caf: Enjoy soup and salad for only $4
in Take 5 Cafe! Offer valid July 131
Membership: Join Sports Core through August
31st and save $150 on Enrollment Fee (nor
mally $295) and also receive $75 in Sports
Core Cash. Call 9202084664 to join today.
JULY FEATURED EVENT
Summer Sidewalk Sale
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
July 13-15
Summer Specials in the Open Air! Fash-
ions, Furnishings and More at exceptional
Savings of 30-75% on select merchan-
dise. 920-459-1713
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Some of the most recognizable
sports figures in Wisconsin will
pair up with the worlds best
LPGA players to tee-off on The
Original Championship Course at
Blackwolf Run on the opening
day of Championship Week at the
2012 U.S. Womens Open, July 2,
2012. The Wisconsin Sports
Shootout will kick-off an exciting
week of on and off-course memo-
rable experiences and events for
families and sports fans alike.
Notable Wisconsin sports person-
alities currently scheduled to par-
ticipate include Green Bay
Packers President and CEO Mark
Murphy, Packers fullback John
Kuhn and former Packers offen-
sive tackle Mark Tauscher will be
among other Wisconsin sports
stand-outs at Blackwolf Run.
Players will be micd up for audio
so they are able to interact with
fans to share their thoughts on
challenges of the course. The
Packers will be joined by other
Wisconsin sports stars including
former Wisconsin Badgers legend
and Heisman Trophy winner Ron
Dayne and former Badger and
current Milwaukee Bucks for-
ward John Leuer.
A brief question and answer
session will begin on the practice
range at 3 p.m., followed by a
3:30 p.m. tee-off on the 13th tee
of the Original Championship
Course. Children ages 17 and
under will be admitted free with a
ticketed adult and tickets start at
$15. Weekly championship
badges are available for purchase
and provide the best value, with
access to the grounds all seven
days of the championship. To pur-
chase tickets, please call the
Championship Office at 920-453-
2889 or visit www.2012uswom-
ensopen.com.
What a fun way to kick-off
the 2012 U.S. Womens Open
with some of Wisconsins notable
sports figures competing with the
top women in the golf world,
said Jim Richerson, U.S.
Womens Open General Chair-
man and Group Director of
Kohler Golf. We welcome fami-
lies and sports fans to come out
the entire day to enjoy a practice
round and stay to watch these
Wisconsin sports figures take on
the best women in the world.
In addition to the Wisconsin
Sports Shootout, there are also
several autograph signing ses-
sions and many other spectacular
family experiences occurring
throughout the Village of Kohler,
celebrating its 100th anniversary
as well as the U.S. Womens
Open.
Wisconsin Sports Celebrities Celebrate
the 2012 U.S. Womens Open
Packers, Bucks and Former Badgers Pair with Leading
Golfers to Kick-off Championship Week
Families & Golf Rule this
July Fore!
Celebrate Independence Day & U.S.
Womens Open with Outrageous
Family Experiences
The worlds best lady golfers
will make fireworks on the golf
course, while even more excite-
ment awaits with spectacular fam-
ily experiences occurring
throughout championship week.
The Village of Kohler celebrates its
100th anniversary and the return of
the U.S. Womens Open, July 2-8.
The festivities start as LPGA play-
ers pair with notable Wisconsin
sports personalities in the Wiscon-
sin Sports Shootout at Blackwolf
Run. The celebratory week contin-
ues with an outdoor golf-themed
film, traditional Sousa concert,
lively fireworks and the new Fri-
day FAIRway Festival street fair &
open-air concert. See page 1 and 2
for a schedule of events. What a
way to celebrate Independence
Day and one of Americas favorite
sports. Happy July Fore!
Photo courtesy of KOhler Co.