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ecial Plac Play - Jack`s Helping Hand
“W
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Newsletter, Winter 2012
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Jack 2001-2004
to
Lend a Hand”
2012 has been an amazing year for
Jack’s Helping Hand. Your consistent
generosity has again allowed our
Assistance Program and Medical
Therapy Units to keep up with the
needs and demands of our community’s special needs children. This was
also a year of many surprises and
accomplishments.
In March we opened our third adaptive toy lending library, Pat’s
Place, in Nipomo! Pat’s Place is off to a running start thanks to
our volunteers who ensure that our special toys and equipment
are available to our clients at no cost whatsoever.
It wasn’t long thereafter, thanks in no little part to the generosity
of Steve Souza Construction and John Negranti Construction,
and with the help and assistance of many volunteers, that we
overcame years of deferred maintenance on Illinois Avenue, and
refurbished that entire roadway leading to the Jack Ready
Imagination Park.
More surprises, thanks to Russ Lovell and friends, and the
sponsorship of Blue Rooster Telecom, an inaugural golf tournament seeking to raise funds for the Park, was held on
September 28th, at Monarch Dunes golf course. To describe
the tournament as a success is wholly insufficient. It was an outrageous success, and established a whole new approach for
funding and eventually maintaining the Park, which we’re going
to do our best to continue on into the future.
Our annual event at the Santa Margarita was a sell-out, and the
members of our community in attendance provided more support for our programs than ever before.
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Our vision has always been to build the
Jack Ready Imagination Park, a universally accessible park for people of all
abilities that will enhance the emotional, physical and social development of children with special needs
as well as teach compassion and acceptance. We have spent the
past five years in the planning phases of this incredible goal and
this year the Park made considerable progress. With the generous contributions from Steve Souza Construction and John
Negranti Construction, the roadway leading to the Park on Illinois
Avenue was cleaned up, cleared out and completely refurbished.
The existing Park land also had pathways cleared in accordance
with the master plan. A special thank you to the San Luis Obispo
County Parks Commission and the County Board of Supervisors
for the recommendation and approval of $500,000 in available
park funding committed to the Jack Ready Imagination Park.
These funds bring us so much closer to breaking ground and commencing the construction of our dream park. We recognize that
when we include, rather than exclude, children and adults with any
degree of challenge, we not only foster friendship, acceptance, and
understanding, we also witness the strength, resilience, courage
and joy of these amazing children-a gift
the whole community
benefits from.
We know that it’s only through the support of the generous people throughout our community that Jack’s Helping Hand is able to
continue to meet the needs of our special children and their families. You make each of these good works possible, and we will
continue to do everything possible to fulfill your faith and trust.
Bridget and I had a dream when we established Jack’s Helping
Hand, but it’s each of you, as a part of our community that has
made that dream a reality. Through your support, assistance and
good wishes you continue to make wonderful things happen for
some very special children. Please accept our thanks!
Paul and Bridget Ready
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Jack’s Assistance Program has been busier than ever trying to
meet the needs of our community. When there were no other
resources to cover the special needs for almost 300 children and
their families, we were able to fulfill requests for assistance with
equipment, medical treatment, housing and transportation.
We’re so blessed that Jack’s Helping Hand continues to be recognized by many civic-minded organizations and companies for the
good deeds we strive to perform within our community.
The San Luis Obispo Rotary De Tolosa Club, Three
Speckled Hens Antiques and Old Stuff Show, Central
Coast Cancer Challenge, and Kathy Ahern’s Laguna
Junior High Leadership Class, just to name a few, have all
provided generous donations towards the support of Jack’s Helping
Hand and our many programs.
Thanks to your generosity, we’ve provided more than $35,000 for
the following:
•
A Rifton SoloLift, a device that transfer individuals from
sitting to standing efficiently with zero lifting
•
Glasses, ear molds, hearing aids and microphones
for several children
•
A computer touch screen, a specialized wheelchair
and a specialized bike
•
Scholarships for the Little Swimmers and special
ability classes
Jack’s Helping Hand was the benefactor for a few new events this
year, including the inaugural Golf to Benefit Others Tournament at
Monarch Dunes Golf Course, The Sandlot Group’s Wifflefest, and a
fabulous block party sponsored by the Wallace Group.
With the untiring support of this
community we continue to be
able to meet the demands of our
children with special needs. We
cannot thank you all enough!
Over the last 12 months, we have also provided:
•
$41,000 to assist several families with medical bills
•
$62,000 for numerous families toward transportation costs
including gas cards, train and airline travel, and car rentals
•
Provided $59,000 towards the cost of food and lodging for
families of children traveling to UCLA Children’s Hospital,
Lucille Packard, Children’s Hospital Central California, and
the Craniofacial Center in Texas
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Li b r ar y
We are so excited to share the expansion of the Jack’s Adaptive
Toy Lending Library. We opened the third Toy Lending Library,
Pat’s Place, in the South County at the Nipomo Community
Center. We are honored to name Pat’s Place for Patricia “Pat”
Hoelle, a quiet, calm, and loving person with a deep passion for
children and reading. As a mother of nine and grandmother of fifteen, Pat dedicated her life to the growth, success, and
happiness of kids. We are pleased that the Libraries are being
utilized by individuals, schools, and therapy facilities. The San
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Luis Obispo location is at Central Coast Gymnastics, the North
County Adaptive Toy Lending Library, Katie’s Korner is located
on the lower floor of the Paso Robles Children’s Museum, and
Pat’s Place is located at 671 Tefft St., Suite 2 in Nipomo . The
Toy Lending Libraries are staffed with our wonderful volunteers.
If anyone is interested in volunteering at one of the sites, we
would be most appreciative. For more information please contact us at (805) 547-1914 or www.jackshelpinghand.org.
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Jack’s Helping Hand’s commitment to the California Children’s Services Medical Therapy Program continued this year. We have helped over 250 children obtain services and assisted in acquiring and, at times,
supplementing the cost of therapy and therapy equipment. The therapists effectively referred many children to the Assistance Program and through these referrals we were able to meet the individual needs of
local children. Although the Therapy Units did not have any specific equipment requests this year we did
renovate the San Luis Obispo center’s waiting room with new, comfortable, easy to clean furniture.
D ea r
Sergio required heart surgery
out of the area, The Assistance
Program helped pay for gas, food
and lodging while they were away.
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Massimo and his family received
financial help from the Assistance
Program for travel expenses to his
medical appointments.
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The Little Swimmer’s Program is now in its fourth year
and going strong. What originally began as a seasonal program
has now become so popular that we have turned into a year round class.
Designed for children ages 2 to 12 with special needs, Little Swimmer’s
classes engage participants in fun water activities that encourage both
physical and social development. The combination of buoyancy and
gentle resistance of the water enable children to strengthen muscles,
learn new movement patterns and become more independent. The head
instructor, Kay Heaton, B.S.M.S Kinesio-Therapist, uses her warm water
therapy pool and provides classes year round. Instruction follows Red
Cross guidelines and parent participation to ensure utmost safety.
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The Jack’s Helping Hand Sixth Annual Benefit once again was an extraordinary evening that exceeded
our expectations. The beautiful July weather and the enticing combination of food, drinks, and people
created the perfect evening of fun. It was a treat to see both new and familiar faces attend the event and
support this organization. This year’s hosts were local celebrity John Summer and Jack’s Helping Hand
celebrity, Owen Beck. We were lucky to have many recipient families present to enjoy the festivities.
Guests mingled and bid on a fabulous array of items in the silent and live auction while listening to the festive
Mariachi Peria Jalisciese. Wine donated by local vineyards, beer donated by Pacific Beverage, margaritas,
and a delicious menu provided by Cahoots Catering in Paso Robles created the perfect combination for success. We were pleased and honored to welcome back the always entertaining and supportive auctioneer Jim
Settle and his crew.
The live auction was a flourish of outstanding items including a week in the Italian countryside in a private
home, a week in the Hamptons, a weeklong trip for to Sun Valley, Idaho, a weekend at the beautiful Wisteria
House overlooking the Pacific, A weekend at the Indy Grand Prix in Sonoma, and a once-in-a-lifetime Del
Mar Thoroughbred Club weekend racing experience. Local items included two days and nights of wine tasting and dinner for four sponsored by Peachy Canyon Winery, Villa Creek Winery and Il Cortile, and two
packages with tickets for four to the “Savor the Central Coast” event sponsored by Sunset Magazine.
Additional items included Jazz night at the Mid-State Fair, McPhee’s Grill dinner and limousine, front and
center tickets to Brad Paisley and The Band Perry with a night stay at the Paso Robles Inn, a complete car
package including tires, oil service and detail, and the always popular and entertaining catered dinner for
eight with Paul and Bridget Ready.
The silent auction was filled with weekend getaways, local activities, golf, jewelry, overflowing gift baskets,
paintings, wine, home décor items, and baskets of kid friendly goodies. Kevin and Kathy Main created their
beautiful Jack’s Helping Hand gold medallion for our drawing and the winner was Sheryl Benjamin. Route 66
provided great dancing music for the movers and shakers to finish out the evening.
Thanks to the overwhelming and generous spirit of our community, the event raised over $200,000. These funds
will go directly into the Jack’s Helping Hand Assistance Fund to fulfill the new and ongoing requests for assistance
with equipment, specialty items, medical costs, or transportation.
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Bently required heart surgery and
with the help of Jack’s Assistance
Program his family received help
with transportation, lodging and food
while they were out of the area.
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Registration,
Check Out, Cashiers
Betty Wighton
Connie Adams
With Deepest Appreciation
Dana Ready
to Rob & Laurie Rossi for Jan Uder
the Santa Margarita Ranch
Joe Shepard
Megan Attala
Data Based Marketing
Natalie Fernandez
Dave and Molly Dawson
Renee Howard
Kevin Main Jewelry
Tiffany Brandon
Kevin and Kathi Main
Tom and Therese Lewis
Tonya De Rose
NKT Commercial
Nick and Kathy Tompkins
Sound
Verdin Marketing Ink
Bill Gaines Audio
Mary Verdin
Security
Miller Event Management
Auctioneer
Jim Settle
Event Photographer
Bob Canepa
Emcees
John Summer
Barbeque Crew
Owen Beck
Aaron Lazanoff
Spotters
Catalog Printing
Todd Ventura
Gray & Troy Insurance
Lee Pitts
Catering
Cahoots Catering
Company
Train Crew
Vintage Traditions and Rossi
Enterprises
Servers
Summer Deaton
Delise Rietkerk
Katie Maguire
Allana Mendivil
Wine and Beer
Ancient Peaks
Baileyanna/Tangent
Beck Vineyards
Center of Effort/Rob
Rossi & Bill Swanson
Cerro Caliente
Hearst
J Lohr Winery
Ken Volk Vineyards
Pacific Beverage
Peachy Canyon
Pear Valley
SinorLavalee
Stephan Ross Winery
Wild Horse Winery
Sausage
Kaney Foods, John Kaney
Music
Mariachi Perla Jalisciense
Route 66
Drawing
Grace Ready
Molly Maguire
Roses
Eufloria Flowers – Nipomo
Koch California Flowers
– Nipomo
Flower Arrangements
Courtney Crawford
Debbie Kramer
Katie Peters
Leslie Crawford
Sydney Crawford
D ea
Beverage Servers
and Tickets
Blythe Montanero
Bob Marcellus
Charlie Tognazzini
Deb Beck
Jennifer Rubio
Jim Neville
John and Becky Vesnaver
Philip Ready
Sallie Marcellus
Steve Beck
The Margarita Man
Harvey’s Honey Huts
Jennifer and Harvey Smith
Mid State Solid Waste
and Recycling
Brad Groodrow
Event Volunteers
and Sponsors
Alex Attala
Megan Attala
Nick Attala
Ty Bayley
Megan Beck
Owen Beck
Steve & Debbie Beck
Hannah Boehm
Claudette Borba
Ellie Borba
Tiffany Brandon
Bob Canepa
Bill & Leslie Crawford
Courtney Crawford
Sydney Crawford
Summer Deaton
LaDell Erby
Roger Feldtmose
Natalie Fernandez
Dr. Chris Hulburd
Curt & Mary Illingworth
John Kaney
Debbie Kramer
Therese Lewis
Rebecca Lilley
Melinda Lynch
Trevor Macleod
Katie Maguire
Molly Maguire
Sean Maguire
Kevin & Kathy Main
Bob & Sallie Marcellus
Noreen Martin
Allana Mendivil
Duffy Michels
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Eric & Kelly Michels
Blythe Montanero
Jim & Margaret Neville
NKT Commercial
Gary & Katie Peters
Maddie Quaglino
Dana Ready
Grace Ready
Paul & Bridget Ready
Phil Ready
Delise Rietkerk
Jennifer Rubio
Amanda Souchek
Matt Souchek
Louis Summer
Charlie Tognazzini
Paul & Fran Tognazzini
Jan Uder
John & Becky Vesnaver
Betty Wighton
Zurn/Rick Fields
Silent Auction Donors
Will Bateman
Jim Black
MaKenzie Blodgett
Christian Brady
Firestone Walker Brewery
Joan and Jeff Buckingham
Bob Canepa
Leslie and Bill Cochrane
Carol Courcy
Hornblower Cruises
Hoyt Fields
Bay Laurel Garden Center
Debbie and Tom Geaslen
Jill Gentilly
Lisa and Rick Gomez
Kristy Grierson
Carol and Dennis Howland
Patty Illingworth
Patricia Kaspian
Kelly Maddelena
Beverly Maguire
Slime/Accessories Marketing
Mimi McKellar
Andy McKellar
Jan Mello
Jennifer Melton
Rosie Morris
Cole Motors
Ancient Peaks
Janine Quaglino
Joyce Quaglino
Bridget and Paul Ready
Dustin Rowser
Davia Rusco
Seaworld San Diego
Eleanor and William Seavey
Pete Siberell
Kimberly Stanier
Savvi Skin and Body Studio
Gay Melody Sullivan
Santa Margarita Tavern
Vino + Therapy
Caroline Vaccaro
Nancy Walters
Bill Willbanks
We Do Windows
Cecilia Wine
Pozo Valley Wine
Tolosa Winery
Tobin James Winery
Live Auction Donors
Deb and Steve Beck
Margie and Kevin Bierl
Chris and JoAnn Cherry
Del Mar Thoroughbred Club
Nora Comee
James Farguhar
Mike Gentilly
Dr. Chris Hulburd
Mary and Jim Lewis
Alexis Limousine
Meaghan Loring
Carole and Santos MacDonal
Noreen Martin-Hulburd
Ian McPhee
Raphael Melgesa
Bridget and Paul Ready
Martin Resorts
Vivian Robertson
Fran and Paul Tognazzini
Nick and Kathy Tompkins
Kip Webster
Brett Whitaker
Event Committee
Beverly Maguire
Steve Beck
Fran and Paul Tognazzini
Leslie and Bill Crawford
Mary and Curt Illingworth
Nell Quijano
Paul and Bridget Ready
Adam Quaglino
Moxie underwent brain
surgery at Stanford and
the Assistance Program
helped pay for transportation, food and lodging
during that difficult time.
Legacy Helping
Hands
Martin Resorts
Dr. Chris Hulburd and
Noreen Martin
NKT Commercial
Kathy and Nick Tompkins
Platinum Helping
Hands
($5,000 and above)
Raymond Alexander
Molly and Edward Attala
Kelli and David Cole
Nancy and Randall Flamm
Hicks Pension Service
Hind Foundation
Linda and Mike James
Janssen Foundation
Marcie and John Lindvall
Beverly and Stephen Maguire
Meadow Muffin Golf Classic
Timothy Montgomery
Quaglino Family
Quaglino Properties
San Luis Obispo County
The Bravo Foundation
The Sandlot Group of San Luis
Obispo
Amelia and Peter Tognazzini
Walter Bros. Construction
Brett Whitaker
Rose and Chris Will
Woodland Ventures LLC
Gold Helping Hands
($1,000 and above)
American Perspective Bank
Mary and Ahmad Amir
Anonymous
Becker Family
Janda and Joseph Boehm
Boneso Brothers Construction
Catholic Healthcare West
Mary Lou and Michael Cavaletto
Central Coast Cancer Challenge
Cole Chrysler-Dodge-MazdaSprinter
Nora and Ken Comee
Farmer & Ready
Bernice Flood
Florence MacFarlane Martin
Memorial
Candee and Bert Forbes
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Flavia and Gene Gray
Sally and Jeff Hale
Gail Hermreck
Don Hoelle
Pepper and Jack Hofstra
Lori and Steve Hollister
Cynthia and Dave Illingworth
Illinois Tool Works Foundation
Terri and Ken Jacques
Kiwanis Club SLO Morning
Lisa and Alex Kizanis
Laguna Middle School PTA
Mary and Jim Lewis
Lindamood-Bell Learning
Processes
Gena and Tom Maino
Martin Resorts
Colleen and Raymond Mattison
Bonita and Tom McGonagill
Chris and Lyle Meek
Jennifer Melton
Susie and Mike Miner
Mountain Hill Investment
Partners
Katie and Tim Murphy
Kathy and Phil Nash
Phone and Wireless
Hugh Pitts
Joan and Carrol Pruett
Nell and Eddy Quijano
Matt Ramey
San Luis Sports Therapy
Sansone Company, Inc.
Sara Beth Coyote Foundation
Mary and Sam Scarbrough
Ginny and Charles Senn
Laura and John Sherlock
Helen Silva
Rosemary Stall
Sunset Honda
Maria and Hal Sweasey
Taylor Frigon Capital
Management LLC
Jennifer and Dan Thompson
Three Speckled Hens
Dante Tognazzi
Maureen and Matt Trevisan
Truist
United Way of San Luis
Obispo County Inc
Van Eck Family Trucking, Inc.
Tricia and Ken Volk
Wallace Group
Walter Hill Family Foundation
Kathy and Jim Webb
Lynn and Randall Zurbach
Silver Helping
Hands
($500 and above)
Erin and Frank Avila
Melissa and Rudy Bachman
Deb and Steve Beck
Bolton Family Foundation
Cheryl and Michael Cole
Janice, Sarah and Danny Davis
Richard Delgado
DocuTeam
Don Ernst
Deb and Tom Geaslen
Karen and Mark Godfrey
Michele Good
Holly and Steve Hatmaker
Heritage Oaks Bank
Mary and Curt Illingworth
Rogert Jones
Kathi and Kevin Main
Martines Fruits &
Vegetables, Inc.
Sandra McBeth
Leslie and Christopher Mehigan
Janet and Louis Mello
Network For Good
NKT Commercial
Eileen and David Oatley
Amanda and Mark Olson
Pacific Coast Survey and Design
Promega Biosciences, Inc.
Red Dog Management
Susan and Bill Roberts
Gayle and George Rosenberger
Rotary Club of SLO De Tolosa
Mainini and Franklin Russell
Lisa and Mike Streator
Phil Tognazzini
Ruthanne Tompkins
Karin Vermeulen
Alexandra and Bruce Whitcher
Cecillia and Kris Wine
Bronze Helping
Hands ($100 and above)
Araxie and Katcho Achadjian
Active Network
Adam’s Heating and Cooling
Adamski Moroski Madden &
Green LLP
Cathy Ahearn
Ahearn Family
Kelly and John Attala
Sue Babcock
Maxine and Jay Baker
Tina and David Ballantyne
Joan Barbieri
Jenny and Jay Beck
Jean Beck
Vickie and Brian Bengard
Lisa Bertrand
Linda and Roger Bishop
Eileen and Robert Blair
Linda and Andy Blodgett
Terry and Dean Brouillette
Kathleen Brown
Joan and Jeff Buckingham
Glenn Burdette
John Calandro
Peter Canessa
Slavator Canu
Yesinia Cardenas
Sue and Joe Cardoza
Carmel and Naccasha
Ryan Carpenter
Peggi and Jeff Carscaden
Susan and Steven Carter
Cerro Caliente Cellars
JoAnne and Chris Cherry
Marna Lee Christopher
Connie and David Church
Coast Union High School ASB
Deborah Conway
Catherine and Bruce Cook
Copelands’ Properties
Jennifer and Robert Covarrubias
Leslie and Bill Crawford
Cuesta Park Animal Hospital
Laura Custureri
Molly and David Dawson
Mary Jo and Michael Devitt
Anne and Joseph Diehl
Erin and Christopher Dietrich
Dignity Health
Jaqueline Douglass
Dolores and John Dowell
Terrie and Jim Dummit
Ali and Matt Dusi
Wanda and Russell Duval
Jennifer and John Duval
John Eckert
Edna 4-H Club
Joni and Barry Epperson
Stephanie and John Ewan
Sandra and William Eyler
Fairway
Farm Supply
Rita and Douglas Federman
Roger Feldtmose
Faith and William Fieldhouse
First American Title Company
Janet and Dave Fitzpatrick
Founders Bank
Framberger Employee Benefits
& Insurance
Frame Works
Megan and Thomas Fraysse
Michelle and John Fricks
Kathy and Scott Fritzley
Elaine and Jim Gardiner
Gail and Tom Garris
Rhonda and Brian Garris
Bonnie and Gene Garritano
GBP&B Tax & Business Advisors
Vera Gee
Jill and Michael Gentilly
Debra and Paul Georghiou
Jennifer and Dale Ginder
Beverly and Bryan Gingg
Gregory Gorman
Tyler has a blood condition and
requires frequent medical care. The
Assistance Program helps cover the
cost of some of his medical bills.
Gray & Troy Insurance Services Inc.
Sally and Russ Graybehl
Marian Gregory
Jack Gresser
Ben Griffin
Karen and Pat Grosswendt
Hall, Hieatt & Connely, LLP
Cindy and John Hallvik
Melinda and John Hansen
Julie Hastings
Alison and Michael Haupt
Healing Touch Day Spa
Kay Heaton
Heiland Auto Sales
Daniel Helbet
Elaine and Kevin Hill
Fred Hindler
V.L. and Janie Holland
Carol and Dennis Howland
Melissa and Mike Hudak
Noreen and Christopher Hulburd
Lisa Irot
J. Johnson Law Office
Jacques Family
Jeff Johnson
Terri Johnson
Gerald Kafoury
Kaney Foods
Krista and Brian Koch
Douglas Kruse
Jeri LaChance
Gerianne Lachance
Janice and Victor Larsen
Adian and Rhichard Lenz
Richard Leroy
Daniel Lewis
Therese Lewis
Rusty and Chuck Lipscomb
Mariarosa and Howard Lyon
Dorothy and Eugene Maas
Phyllis Madonna
Maureen Mahoney
Michaeline Maino
Janet and Rodrigo Manalo
Jaime Maraviglia
Velma Marsalek
Elena Martinho
Janet Matlock
Michelle and Mike McAustin
Cynthia McCabe
Lowell McDonnell
Jeanette and Larry Meek
Cecilia Merrill
Linda Michels
Robyn and Thomas Milder
Dana and Scott Milstead
Heidi and Mark Mooney
Laurie and Mark Moore
Sheri and Paul Mortola
Margaret and Robert Mott
Cheryl and Keith Nancolas
Holly Naylor
Rita and Jack Neal
Margaret and James Neville
Kandy and Philip Noel
Sara Nofflett Cress
Janice Noll
Pamela Nunez-Adkisson
Anne O’Brien
Connie O’Henley
Mary and Kevin Okimoto
Old Mission School
Ronald Olson
Oncology/Hematology Med
Associates Inc.
Orradre Family
Denise and Jeff Padgett
Roberta and Roiy Parsons
Thomas Payne
John Pedroza
Hazel Peotter
Nadeen and James Perkins
Jutta and William Portzel
Francis and Charles Pritchard
Kanani and Jeff Quijano
Scott Radovich
Bridget and Paul Ready
Shirley Ready
Joan and James Reilly
Sandra and James Rice
Janeen Rich
William Roberts
Robinson and Wisbaum
ROHR & Associates
Lori Jo and Thomas Ronay
Tracy and John Ronca
Elane and Stan Rosenfield
Ryan Ross
Brook and John Salvini
San Luis Ambulalnce
Kay and Dick Schisler
Karen Scott
Kathryn and John Scully
Sue and Dave Sellers
Dyann and Lawrence Shepard
Sinsheimer Student
Body Organization
Jennifer and Harvey Smith
Kyle Smith
Tess and Rob Stapleton
Christopher Stellpflug
Gail Lee Stoneburg
Losee and Gavin Storrs
Mary Kay and Gregg Stratton
Lindamae Suprinski
Sally and David Sutcliffe
Ann and Ryan Sutcliffe
Tannehill Family
Belin and Gary Tanner
Deanna and Paul Teixeira
Darcie and Nicholas Thille
Nancy and Jim Thompson
Dana and Richard Thorne
Fran and Paul Tognazzini
Marie and David Touhey-Mote
Debbie Jo and Arthur Trinidade
Elsie and Richard Van Horn
Verdin Family
Monica and Joseph Villacana
Susan and Timothy Waag
Cindy and John Wallace
Deborah Lynne and Craig Walter
Ward and Ward
Grace and Drew Washer
Donnalee and William Watson
Gail Webber
Kem Weber
Carolyn Wheeler
Kristi and Ken Whittle
Whiz Kids
Elisha Wilber
William Roberts Insurance Services
Robert Williams
Julianna Winninghoff
Katherine and Brooks Wise
Marion and Paul Wolff
Mary and Martin Zuanich
Jami and Matt Zurbach
Chris Zurbach
Donors
Helping Hands
Megan Ahearn
Andre, Morris & Buttery
AT & T United Way
Kelly Avila
Melissa and Praveen Babu
Kay Barnes
Janet Bassi
Marina and Gabor Bethlenfalvay
Laura and Thomas Boyle
Jennie and Michael Brunick
Mimi Butler
Janet and John Buttgereit
Tatina and John Cannell
Darlene Cappellotti-Bowman
Dan Carpenter
Central Coast Powder Coating
Susan and Ben Chaika
Paige Chamberlain
Andrea and Randy Chavez
Sharon Chiri-Lovelady
Dana Clark
Jonathan Clarke
Rosemary and Tom Cleaves
Darsie and John Cole
Lani and Bret Colhouer
Amanda Collins
Katherine Cooper
Christina Cooper
Sabrina Cortez
Sue and Creig Cummings
Lydia and Phillip Daniele
Jill Decristoparo
Jane Donati-Rouse
Patricia Dowell
Cindy and Marcus Dunlap
Robert Echols
Julie Elisalda
Jean Fricks-Glenn
Merl Fronk
W.J. Garner
A. Glenn A.
Greg Moore Construction Inc.
Ray Hais
Wendy and Bert Hall
Margaret June Harrington
Marguerite Harris
Lois Hazard
Gayle Helman
David Henard
Jennifer Herbert
Susan Madruga Hodges
Carolyn Hoelle
Lynn and Lee Hollister
Cathleen Holmes
Martin Howell
Sharon Howell
Vicki and Matt Janssen
Stella and Starr Jenkins
Cindy Jones
Joan and Mark Jordan
Lois and John Kelly
Ronald and Lanita Kemezis
Nita and Ken Kenyon
Wilma and Sam Kimmel
Mary Ann King
Amy and Robert Lammeri
Rebecca Larsen
Laura Lathrop
Jocelyn and Robert Leonard
Joseph Lillis
Linda and David Lippincott
Barbara Luis
Jaden received an adaptive
bicycle with the help of the
Assistance program so now he
can join his family when they
ride on the Bob Jones Trail.
Janice Lynch
Marie Mahan
Gracie Manderscheid
Margerie and Christopher Manning
Jacqueline and William Mansfield
Linda Marques
Jan and Steven Marx
Crandall McGuire Family
Sandra McSpadden
Kristina and Gennaro Messina III
Mid State Electric
Lee Miyamura
Hector Montenegro
Julie and Leonard Moothart
Theresa Mortilla
Karissa and Kristopher Nancolas
Dolly and Kyle Nancolas
Carissa Nepstead
Cynthia and John Nicholson
J. Osterman
Theresa and Donald Peters
Janine and Steve Quaglino
Sharon and Albert Ramirez
Clalude Remillard
Shari Robasciotti
Lia Rockwell-Harpster
Charlene Rosales
Rowan Family Trust
Maxine Sederberg
Alice and Scott Sennett
Joe Shepard
Beverly Silliman
Sandra and Benjamin Simons
Jamie Smith
Michael Stenvall
Linda Kay Stillwell
L.J. and David Strohn
Kim and Thomas Switzer
Elizabeth Szwabowski
Anna Tamberella
Louis Tedone, Dr. Louis
Missy Teel, Missy
Jamets Tejani, James
The Manse
United Way of Santa Barbara County
Johna Bonhag Vacanti
Anna Vega
Denise and Amber Viescas
Sylvia and Stever Vize
Vallar Wahba
David Watson
Lindsay Waugh
Kathy and John Wildman
Teresa Zerr
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Jack’s Helping Hand, Inc.
P.O. Box 14718
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406
(805) 547-1914
NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION
U.S. POSTAGE PAID
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA
PERMIT NO.325
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If you would like to make a
donation to Jack’s Helping Hand
please visit our website
www.jackshelpinghand.org
Save the date for the sixth annual
benefit for Jack’s Helping Hand, Inc.
June 29, 2013
at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch
Reservations Required
Business Helping Hand
Sponsorship Program
Thank you!
Thank you to all supporters of the first annual Golf To Benefit
Others, sponsored by Blue Rooster Telecom, who helped raise over
$34,000 for the Jack Ready Imagination Park.
With deepest appreciation
to host sponsor:
Platinum Helping Hand
Jeff Buckingham & Cheryl Lovell
Gold Helping Hand
Major Event Sponsor:
PC Mechanical
Van Eck Trucking
Business Sponsors:
Silver Helping Hand
verdinvision.com
Thank you to Bob Canepa for his donation
of professional photography.
A special thank you to Carissa Nepstead and Ryan
McDowell for donating their time and talents to
coordinate and produce a very special video
showcasing the Jack Ready Imagination Park.
ByScotti Panini
DocuTeam
Jack Hutchinson Videography
Mullahey Ford
Mulberry Bee Photography
Ragged Point Inn and Resort
Santa Maria Community Volkswagen
TTwisselman Photography
For information on next year’s
tournament, visit GolfTBO.com
or JacksHelpingHand.org.
Tee Sponsors:
Christoper Stellpflug, DDS
Dignity Health Hospitals
Fairway Management
Farm Supply
Framberger Employee Benefits &
Insurance Services, Inc.
Glenn Burdette
Healing Touch Day Spa
Jeff Johnson, CFP, ChFC, CLU
Old Mission School
PayPros
Remax
Ryan Ross, DDS
William Roberts Insurance
Services
Corporate Sponsors:
Cole Chrysler Dodge
Farmer & Ready
Lindamood-Bell Learning
Processes
Martin Resorts
Murphy & Associates
Old Juan’s Cantina
Phone and Wireless
Ragged Point Inn and Resort
Sunset Honda
Taylor Frigon Capital Management
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Please call (805) 541-9005 with any questions.
Thank you!

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