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to view the 2016 Live United Luncheon Program Booklet
Luncheon
Celebrating
Your Impact in
Our Community
Head of the Lakes
United Way
Luncheon
April 27, 2016
DECC Lake Superior Ballroom
Head of the Lakes United Way
2015-2016
LIVE UNITED Luncheon
Head of the Lakes
United Way
Thank You to our
2015-16 Sponsors
Thank You to our
2015-16 Sponsors
BMO Harris Bank
CITON
Hallett Dock Company
Kraus-Anderson
Wells Fargo
Whole Foods Co-op
We would also like to recognize
the following organizations
for their contributions to the
2015-16 Head of the Lakes
LIVE UNITED Luncheon:
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National Audio-Visual: Presentation
Occasions Elegant Weddings: Table Decorations
Paper Hog: Booklet Printing
Rachael Kilgour: Luncheon Music
Sweeden Sweets: Popcorn Favors
Raquel Tahtinen: Photographer
Main Idea Creative: Graphic Design
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Table of Contents
Letter from Matt Hunter, President
Board of Directors 2015-16
Committees of the Board
Keynote Speaker: Kristi Stokes
United Way Programs
United Way Partner Agencies
Your Gift Has Power
Recognition: Best in Show
Recognition: Best in Fundraising
Recognition: Best in Employee Participation
Recognition: Best in Engagement
Volunteer of the Year Nominees
Live United Award, Dan Leslie
United Way Leadership Society
Get Involved: Engagement
Recognition of those that LIVE UNITED
Events: Save the Date
Contact Us
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Every effort was made to ensure the accuracy of names and organizations listed in this brochure. We sincerely
apologize for any errors or omissions. If you notice an error, please contact us to update your information. We
appreciate you and want to list all recognitions correctly.
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Letter from
Matt Hunter, President
Dear Friends,
On behalf of Head of the Lakes United Way’s Board
of Directors, staff, volunteers and hundreds of
community partners, it’s my pleasure to welcome
you to the 2015-16 Head of the Lakes United Way
LIVE UNITED Luncheon. We’re honored that you’re
here to celebrate with us!
Last year at this event, I pointed ahead to a big
change coming to our community. A merger between
the United Ways of Greater Duluth and SuperiorDouglas County was in the works. I’m happy to
report that it’s not in the works anymore. We did it!
The newly named Head of the Lakes United Way launched on July 1, 2015, with
responsibility for separate campaigns in Ashland-Bayfield, Greater Duluth, the North
Shore, and Superior-Douglas County. Our focus now becomes revitalizing, strengthening
and expanding fundraising efforts and impact across our region. With partners like you,
I know we’ll be successful.
As our celebration gets underway, there’s one important thing left to say - thank you.
United Way would not exist without you. To all organizers, sponsors and attendees of this
luncheon, their families, friends and colleagues - I am grateful for all you do!
Enjoy the event, everyone.
Yours,
Matt Hunter
President, Head of the Lakes United Way
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Board of Directors 2015-16
2015-16 Officers
Lisa Erwin, Chair
University of Minnesota - Duluth
Cindy Theien, Vice-Chair
National Bank of Commerce
Eric Siljendahl, Secretary
Superior Choice Credit Union
Deanna Benson, Treasurer
Republic Bank
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Kathleen Adee
Education Minnesota
Cassandra Beardsley
St. Luke’s Health Care System
Mark Britton
UnitedHealthcare
William Crandall
ISD 381 Lake Superior School District
Anna Downs
Eisenmann & Associates
Brent Fennessey
Otis-Magie Insurance Agency
Bill Gronseth
ISD 709 Duluth Public Schools
Denise Hamsher
DMH Strategies, L.L.C.
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Kalee Hermanson
Holden Insurance Agency
Steve Jorgensen
Essentia Health
Johanna Kirk
Kirk Law Office
Kathryn Koch
ALLETE, Inc.
Beth McCuskey
Central Labor Body
Steve Morris
ALLETE, Inc.
Committees of the Board
Campaign Committee
Executive Committee
Cassandra Beardsley,
St. Luke’s Health Care System - CHAIR
Lisa Erwin,
University of Minnesota - Duluth - CHAIR
Deb Almirall, MPECU
Deanna Benson, Republic Bank
Shawn Burns, St. Luke’s Health Care System
Bill Gronseth, ISD 709
Stephanie Cummings, Wells Fargo
Kathryn Koch, ALLETE, Inc.
Dean Dulinski, Minnesota Power, an ALLETE Co.
Eric Siljendahl, Superior Choice Credit Union
Brent Fennessey, Otis-Magie Insurance Agency
Cindy Theien, National Bank of Commerce
Peg Johnson, Retired (Little Treasures)
David Lund, Legal Aid Service of NE MN
Scott Witty, Hanft Fride, a Professional Association
Finance Committee
Deanna Benson, Republic Bank - CHAIR
Tara Croteau Anderson, ALLETE, Inc.
Lisa Neitzel
Surge Communications
Community Services Committee
Eugene Bayiha, Univ. of Wisconsin Superior
Mary Anderson-Petroske
Northern Lights Elementary School
Tamara Jones, UFCW - CHAIR
Dan Olson, Laborers Local 1091 - CHAIR
Charlie Glazman, Wisconsin Indianhead
Technical College
Jill Bianchet, MNA
Amy Hallback, Maurices, Inc.
MaryJo Connolly, AFT Retired
Chad Matushak,Holden Insurance Agency, Inc.
Lori Doucette, SEIU 956
Steve Morris, ALLETE, Inc.
Steve Risacher
Carpenter’s Local 361
Scott Dulas, Letter Carriers Branch 114
Cathy A. Remington, WLSSD
Todd Gustafson, UFCW
Mark Sitek, Enbridge Energy - Retired
Mark Sitek
Enbridge Energy - Retired
Dan Leslie, IBEW 31
Cindy Theien, National Bank of Commerce
Barbara Reyelts
Northland’s NewsCenter
Janet Nelson, AFSCME - Retired
Steven Risacher, Carpenters 361
Helen Wisneski, AFSCME - Retired
somet
hing
No one can do everything,
but everyone can do
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Keynote Speaker:
United Way
Programs
Kristi Stokes
Greater Downtown Council
“Revitalized & Stronger”
United Way 2-1-1
Kristi Stokes has been the President and Chief
Operating Officer of the Greater Downtown Council
since 2000. The organization is dedicated to promoting
and supporting development of a clean, safe and
vibrant central business district. She led the GDC
through its creation and implementation of a Special
Service District, as well as its renewals. In addition,
the GDC has seen growth in membership, sponsorship
and special events during her tenure.
Stokes has more than 20 years of management
experience in the private and not-for-profit sectors.
Kristi Stokes
Prior to assuming her current position, she served as a
News Director/Anchor at six radio stations, including the local CBS affiliate.
She is also active in the community, currently serving on the Board of Directors for the YMCA
and Bentleyville Tour of Lights. In addition, she serves on the board for the International
Downtown Association. Stokes was featured as one of Duluth’s 10 “Movers & Shakers” in
the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal and was named to the Duluth News Tribune’s
inaugural “Top 20 under 40” list of young community leaders.
Stokes also knows first-hand what it is like to be a small business owner, as she and her
husband, Dave, own a video production company.
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United Way 2-1-1 provides information on and referrals to community, health, and social
services. A 24-hour, state-wide service, you can reach United Way 2-1-1 by calling 2-1-1 or
800-543-7709. The Duluth “hub” serves residents in 39 counties in Minnesota as well as
Douglas County in NW Wisconsin.
United Way Community Giving Campaign
Each year, more than 500 local workplaces and thousands of individual donors participate in
United Way’s Community Giving Campaign. This campaign supports local health and human
service programs that create real, lasting change for individuals and families in our region.
Participating in this program helps businesses raise their public profile while assuring our
partner agencies can focus on their clients.
For more information contact Michelle Hargrave at 218-726-4771.
United Way Community Services
The AFL-CIO Community Services Program works with union members in a variety of ways.
It assists union members in need. As a liaison, UWCS informs labor groups and change
makers about the obstacles those in poverty face when trying to find employment. It also
mobilizes the caring power of working union members to get them actively involved and
participating in the United Way campaign and volunteerism.
For more information contact Rachel Loeffler-Kemp at 218-726-4775.
United Way Volunteer Center
United Way’s Volunteer Center connects workplaces and individuals with volunteer
opportunities at over 60 local non-profit agencies. Volunteering is a hands-on way to see the
impact local agencies are creating in our community and to help advance this work. Through
the Volunteer Center’s initiatives like Reader, Tutor, Mentor, or Day of Caring, agencies are
provided with valuable skills and resources from community members.
For more information contact Liz Pawlik at 218-724-4889.
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United Way
Partner Agencies
GREATER DULUTH
1 Roof Community Housing
Homebuyer Education
American Red Cross serving Northern
MN & Douglas Cty WI
Disaster Services
Arc Northland
Family/Child Mental Health
FASD Intervention
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland
Boys and Girls Clubs of Duluth
Center City Housing Corp.
Early Childhood
Transitional Housing
Children’s Dental Services
SMILES
CHUM
Drop In Center
Emergency Shelter
Community Action Duluth
FAIM- Asset Development
Jump Start
Tax Preparation
Courage Kenney Rehabilitation Institute
– Northland
Courage Center Duluth Program
Domestic Abuse Intervention Program –
DAIP
Damiano Center
Clothing Exchange
Kid’s Café
Soup Kitchen
Duluth Area Family YMCA
Community Services-YMCA
Little Treasures
OST Program
Title 1 Schools
Girl Scouts of MN & WI Lakes and Pines
At Risk Outreach
Goodwill Industries Vocational Enterprises
Community Employment
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Human Development Center
Family/Individual Counseling
ISD #704
Early Childhood
Lake Superior Community Health Center
Clinical/Medical Access
Legal Aid Service of Northeastern
Minnesota
Legal Services
Life House
Basic Needs
Life House Education
Kids to Adults KATS
Lutheran Social Services
Crisis Nursery
Consumer Credit Counseling
First Year
Foreclosure Prevention
Lutheran Social Services
Together for Youth
Truancy Action Project
Men As Peacemakers
Boys Restorative Program
Girls Restorative Program
Myers-Wilkins Community School
Collaborative
Academic and Cultural Enrichment
North Country R.I.D.E.
Therapeutic Horseback
Positive Energy Outdoors
Low-Income Youth Outreach
Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center
Legal Advocacy
Salvation Army
Emergency Assistance
Food Services
Transitional Housing
Second Harvest Northern Lakes
Food Bank
Backpack Program
Food Distribution
SOAR Career Solutions
Comm. Offender Re-entry
Career Development
Valley Youth Centers of Duluth
Youth Development and Supportive
Service
Volunteer Attorney Program
Volunteer Attorney
Woodland Hills
Neighborhood Youth Services
YWCA of Duluth
Early Childhood
Girls and Youth Programs
SUPERIOR-DOUGLAS COUNTY
American Red Cross serving Northern
MN & Douglas Cty WI
Disaster Services
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland
Boys & Girls Club of Superior, WI
Center Against Sexual and Domestic
Abuse, Inc – CASDA
Emergency Shelter Services
Challenge Center
Community Living Support
Douglas County 4-H
Foster Grandparents Program
Harbor House Crisis Shelters – HHCS
Children’s Life Skills Enhancement
Homeless Stabilization Project
Health Care Clinic
At-risk Youth Outreach
Human Development Center
Project Reach Out: Runaway/
Homeless Youth Program
Just Kids Dental Program
Lake Superior Community Health Center
Health Care Access
Lutheran Social Services
At-risk Youth Counseling
Collaborative
Financial Counseling
Homelessness Counseling
Mentor Superior (Duluth Area YMCA)
Mentor Superior
North Country R.I.D.E.
At-risk Youth Equine Therapy
volunteers don’t necessarily have time, they
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –
RSVP of Douglas County
Bookworms Project
Salvation Army
Douglas County Homelessness
Initiative and Prevention
School District of Superior
The Solid Foundation for At-risk
Youth
After School Programs Scholarships
Superior Douglas County Family YMCA
Membership/Program Scholarships
Summer Literacy Program
Superior Vocations Center Inc.
Representative Payee Program
Twin Ports Guardianship & Payee Services
Representative Payee Services
NORTH SHORE
Community Partners
Volunteer Services Program
North Shore Area Partners
Volunteer Coordinator
North Shore Collaborative
LOTS: Learning Opportunities
Through Stories
North Shore Horizons
24-hr Domestic and Sexual
Violence Crisis Intervention
Salvation Army – Lake County
Financial Assistance Program
Socially Active Seniors
Two Harbors Area Food Shelf
ASHLAND-BAYFIELD
Boy Scouts – Voyageurs Area Council
Scouting in Ashland/Bayfield
Counties
New Day Shelter
Basic Services Program
Northlakes Community Clinic
Superior Smiles Enhancements
The Brick Ministries Inc
Benevolence Program
School District of Bayfield
Homework Zone
have heart
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Head of the Lakes United Way
Community Giving Campaign
Recognition
Every dollar you give to United Way creates opportunities and inspires hope for a better
tomorrow. Your gift to United Way supports the foundation of our community through the
work of local programs that impact people’s lives in a real and meaningful way. Your
gift to United Way impacts all of us who live and work in our region.
Head of the Lakes United Way
Best in Show
Total Dollars Raised
LARGE ORGANIZATION (101+ Employees)
1. Minnesota Power, An ALLETE Company
2. Essentia
3. Enbridge, Inc.
4. Calumet Superior Refining
5. VERSO Corporation
6. St. Luke’s Health Care System
7. Wells Fargo Bank
8. St. Louis County
9. University of Minnesota - Duluth
10. Grandma’s Restaurant Company
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UNION GROUP
IBEW 31
MNA, USWA 9460, UFCW 1189, IUOE 70
USW Local 2-2003
IUOE Local 420
MNA, UFCW 1189, IUOE 70
AFSCME 66, Teamsters 320, AFSCME 376
AFSCME 3801, IBEW 424, Teamsters 320,
University Education Association
Best in Show (cont.)
MEDIUM ORGANIZATION (26-100 Employees) 1. Republic Bank
2. Superior Water Light & Power Company
3. Minnesota Power Retirees
4. Capstan Corporation
5. Hanft Fride, a Professional Association
6. Duluth News Tribune
7. U.S. Bank
8. Fryberger Buchanan Smith & Frederick, PA
9. Ikonics Corporation
10. Housing & Redevelopment Authority of Duluth
UNION GROUP
SMALL ORGANIZATION (Up to 25 Employees)
1. Hallett Dock Company
2. Continental Ski & Bike (2015 Bike Swap)
3. Duluth Building and Construction Trades Council
4. Pioneer National Bank
5. HTK marketing communications
6. Wipfli CPAs and Consultants
7. W.P. & R.S. Mars Company
8. Midwest Energy Resources Company
9. MPECU: Minnesota Power Employees Credit Union
10. Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota
UNION GROUP
ILA Local 1000
IBEW 31
IBEW 31
Minnesota Newspaper and
Communication Guild, TNG/CWA Local 37002
AFSCME 66
*Union group listing below
ILA Local 1000
*Duluth Building and Construction Trades Council Union Affiliation: Asbestos Workers Local 49, Boilermakers
Local 647, BAC Local #1 Chapter 3, Carpenters Local 361, Cement Masons Local 633, Elevator Constructors Local
9, IBEW Local 242, Iron Workers Local 512, Laborers Local 1091, Painters Local 106, Operating Engineers Local 49,
Millrights & Machinery Erectors Local 1348, Plumbers & Fitters Local 11, Roofers Local 96, Sheet Metal Workers
Local 10, Sprinkler Fitters Local 669, Teamsters Local 346
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Head of the Lakes United Way
Best in Fundraising
Largest INCREASE in Total Dollars Raised
LARGE ORGANIZATION (101+ Employees)
1. Wells Fargo Bank
2. UnitedHealth Group
3. Calumet Superior Refining
4. Essentia
5. VERSO Corporation
6. Grandma’s Restaurant Company
7. Jamar Company
8. Altec HiLine, LLC
9. Northland Constructors of Duluth LLC
10.ISD 709 Duluth Public Schools
MEDIUM ORGANIZATION (26-100 Employees) 1. Capstan Corporation
2. Duluth News Tribune
3. Minnesota Power Retirees
4. Hanft Fride, a Professional Association
5. Fen-Tech
6. CHUM
7. IBM Employees & Retirees
8. Lake View Memorial Hospital
9. Physio-Control
10.Members Cooperative Credit Union
UNION GROUP
IUOE Local 420
MNA, USWA 9460, UFCW 1189, IUOE 70
*Please see union group listing below
Carpenters Local 361, Laborers Local 1091,
Operating Engineers Local 49 And 139,
Cement Masons Local 633, Teamsters Local 346
*Please see union group listing below
UNION GROUP
Best in Fundraising (cont.)
SMALL ORGANIZATION (Up to 25 Employees) 1. Continental Ski & Bike (2015 Bike Swap)
2. Wipfli CPAs and Consultants
3. Bellisio Foods Inc.
4. General Mills
5. Chris Jensen & Son
6. Hartel’s/DBJ
7. HTK marketing communications
8. Valley Youth Centers
9. Duluth Seaway Port Authority
10.Melhus Management Company
UNION GROUP
BCTGM
Carpenters Local 361, Laborers Local 1091,
Operating Engineers Local 49 And 139,
Cement Masons Local 633, Teamsters Local 346
Best in Employee
Participation
All Organizations with 75% or Greater Employee Participation
Minnesota Newspaper and Communication Guild,
TNG/CWA Local 37002
IBEW 31
MNA, UFCW 1189, IUOE 70
*Jamar Company Union Affiliation: Boilermakers Local 647 , BAC Local #1 Chapter 3, Carpenters Local 361, Iron Workers
Local 512, Laborers Local 1091, Painters Local 106, Operating Engineers Local 49, Millrights & Machinery Erectors Local
1348, Plumbers & Fitters Local 11, Roofers Local 96, Sheet Metal Workers Local 10, Teamsters Local 346
*ISD 709 Duluth Public Schools Union Affiliation: Duluth District-Wide Instructional Administrators Association, Duluth
Federation of Teachers, Duluth Principals’ Association, Education Directors’ Association, Education MN-Duluth Clerical
Local 692-1, Executive Employees Association, Food Service - AFSCME Local 66, National Conference of Fireman & Oilers,
Local 956, Non-Certified Business Division Administrators’ Association, Paraprofessionals - AFSCME Local 66
Arc Northland
Calumet Superior Refining
CHUM
Community Action Duluth
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation
Institute Northland
Enbridge, Inc.
Family Forum (Main)
Generations Health Care Initiatives
Grandma’s Restaurant Company
Hallett Dock Company
Hansen House Company
Head of the Lakes United Way
HTK marketing communications
IBEW Local 242
Labor World Newspaper
Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota
Manpower
North Shore Horizons
Painters Local 106
Pioneer National Bank
RJS Construction Group, LLC
SOAR Career Solutions
Superior Vocations Center, Inc.
The Salvation Army
United Parcel Service
W.P. & R.S. Mars Company
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Woodland Hills
The Best in Engagement award recognizes organizations that engage with United Way in
four or more of the following activities:
• Hosting a Workplace Campaign (W) allowing United Way to share information
with employees, and payroll or one-time donations to be collected.
• Contributing a monetary gift from the Corporate or Management level (C).
• Organizing Special Events (E) where proceeds are donated to United Way.
• Community events such as a Golf Tournament or Bike Swap
• Internal workplace events such as auctions, bake sales, BBQs,
bowling events, etc.
• Recruiting Leadership level donors (L) giving $1000 or more per individual/
combined giver relationship.
• Taking part in Volunteer Opportunities with United Way (V).
• Board member
• Committee member
• Head of the Lake United Way’s Volunteer Center event such as Day of Caring
Minnesota Power, An ALLETE Company
National Bank of Commerce
North Shore Bank of Commerce
Northeast Area Labor Council AFL-CIO
Painters Local 106
Pioneer National Bank
Republic Bank
St. Luke’s Health Care System
Superior Water Light & Power Company
United Parcel Service
UnitedHealth Group
US Bank
Wells Fargo Bank
WestmorelandFlint
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• Sponsoring United Way events or activities (S), or providing an in-kind
donation of a product or service.
We are honored to recognize the organizations listed for their outstanding multi-level
engagement with Head of the Lakes United Way during the past year.
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Corporate
Altec HiLine, LLC
Benedictine Health System
Bernick's Beverages and Vending
Calumet Superior Refining
Capstan Corporation
Consolidated Communications
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
Duluth News Tribune
Enbridge, Inc.
Essentia
Grandma's Restaurant Company
Hallett Dock Company
Head of the Lakes United Way
Jamar Company
KBJR/KDLH
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company
Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota
LHB, Inc.
MPECU (Minnesota Power Employees Credit Union)
ORGANIZATION
Organizations Engaging with United Way in Four or More Areas
Special Event
Workplace
Best in Engagement
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Volunteer of the Year
Award Nominees
We invited our partner agencies to submit nominations for the Volunteer of the Year Award
recognizing individuals or groups making a difference in their community. The following
volunteers were nominated for this special award. The Volunteer of the Year Award recipient
will be announced during the 2015-16 Live United Luncheon. Congratulations to all the
nominees and thank you for your volunteer service!
LIVE UNITED Award
The LIVE UNITED Award is presented to an individual or group in our community that not
only understands what it means to LIVE UNITED, but demonstrates it. LIVE UNITED is not
only a mission and a goal, it is a call to action – to give, advocate, and volunteer in order
to improve the lives of everyone in the community. The recipient of this award leads by
example, and today we recognize and honor Dan Leslie
Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED. This
statement truly describes Dan Leslie’s dedication
and commitment to United Way.
CHUM
Flo Bonkowske
Dan Leslie’s involvement with United Way started
simply enough more than 20 years ago. His union,
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local 31, asked if he’d be interested in helping with
United Way’s annual fall fundraising campaign as a
“loaned executive” to help educate others about the
many ways United Way helps the community.
Duluth Area Family YMCA
Alpha Delta Fraternity
Sure, Dan said, and in the process he saw the
breadth and depth of United Way assistance to
those in need. “It was eye-opening to the point that
I never left. It’s hard to walk away from the need
when you know that it’s there,” Dan said. “You just
need to help people. You just need to be part of the
solution.”
Duluth Area Family YMCA
Jim and Maggie Pierre
Just Kids Dental
Roberta Lindemann
Men as Peachmakers
Kris Simonson
Dan Leslie
Dan, who works for Minnesota Power, served for 15 years on the board of the United Way of Greater
Duluth, now Head of the Lakes United Way. He left the board this past fall after serving on various
committees over the years, including the executive committee and the governance committee.
Dan has been a powerful advocate for United Way at his workplace. Over the years he helped lead
Minnesota Power’s participation in events such as Day of Caring and the Chili Cook-off. He has
been a willing participant in many other endeavors to raise money or lend a hand, including Power
Volunteering, Minnesota Power’s kickoff to its United Way fall fundraising campaign.
Save Haven
Gerry Stephens
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Volunteer Attorney
Program
Julie Benfield
Woodland Hills
Bev Merritt
Read the complete
profile of each
nominee at
duluthnewstribune.com
Dan’s wealth of experience in planning and executing a variety of events isn’t lost on others. He’s often
sought out as a resource to help identify potential pitfalls or offer advice. When it comes to United Way,
or other efforts to benefit his church or community, Dan said he “selfishly” signs on. “I enjoy doing it. It
makes you feel good.”
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Head of the Lakes
United Way
Lake Superior
Leadership Society
2015-16
Tocqueville
Contributors of $10,000 and above
Karen and Royal Alworth
Elisabeth Mason
Mary C. Van Evera
One donor who wishes to remain anonymous
Innovator
Contributors of $5,000 - $9,999
Leadership giving continues to be an important part of our total campaign, representing
approximately 35% of the total dollars raised. We gratefully acknowledge members of our
Leadership Society.
With an annual contribution of $1000 or more, Leadership contributors significantly increase
the ability of United Way to actively address critical community needs. Every contributor is a
leader in our community, demonstrating compassion and passion. They believe that leading
by example will inspire friends, peers, and associates to also step forward - to support what
matters and make a difference in the lives of those who live in our community.
David and Cindy Blomberg
Richard and Elizabeth Burns
Rocklon and Barbara Chapin
Jerry and Nancy Dodd
Joel Kanvik
Todd and Susan Johnson
Our Emerging Leaders program recognizes donors at the $1,000 level based on their
commitment to a three-year progression into the Leadership Society.
Learn more at
www.hlunitedway.org.
Visionary
Contributors of $3,500 - $4,999
Pat and Bill Burns
Jill and Tony Downs
Chris and Patty Fleege
Dave and Lisa Goldberg
Jim and Nancy Holmgren
Joe and Linda Jeannette
Paul and Becky Kilgore
Michael and Marta Maddy
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Don and Patricia Monaco
John and Nancy Peyton
Marcia and David Podratz
John and Sherri Swanson
Six donors who wish to remain anonymous
Elva B & Mitchell J. Sill Family Fund
Bert and Lyn Norman
Mike and Heather Seyfer
James and Kathleen Vizanko
Tom and Karen Wacker
Geoffrey and Gudrun Witrak
Four donors who wish to remain anonymous
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Pacesetters
Friends
Contributors of $2,000 - $3,499
Contributors of $1,000 - $1,999
Debra and Dean Ager
Mr. and Mrs. Jerrid Anderson
Charles and Judyth Babst
Steve and Deanna Benson
Dorothy Connor
George and Judy Couture
Steve and Laurie Daiken
Nicole Dastoor
Jim and Sue Denney
Bruce and Judith Derauf
Thomas and Barbara Elliott
David and Barbara Gaddie
Nanci Green
Mr. Vinod Gupta
Keith and Lynne Hamre
Richard D. and Laura J. Hanson
Bruce and Susan Henke
Tom and Ann Hodge
Dr. and Mrs. Wolcott S. Holt
Helena Jackson and Doug Dunham
Mr. Steve Jorgensen
Faris and Bonnie Keeling
Ms. Kathleen Kelly
Chuck and Mary Kimball
Pam Kramer and Grey Doffin
Jim and Dorothy Langager
Douglas and Jennifer Lewis
David Lund and Mary Holm-Lund
Daniel and Sarah Maddy
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Ann and Bob Mars
Ellen Marsden
Dave and Cari McMillan
Deb and Mike Medlin
Steven and Traci Morris
Brad and Lezlie Oachs
Bethany Owen
Saundra and Buzz Palmer
Sandy and Geoff Popham
Edward and Jane Ryan
Verna and Arend Sandbulte
Drs. John and Julie Sanford
Judy Sarvela
Julie and Tom Seidelmann
Mr. David Sheedy
Rachael Shetka
Mitchell and Elva Sill
Jim and Katie Spreitzer
Daniel and Ann-Marie Stojevich
Lonnie and Pamela Swartz
Tim and Phyllis Thorp
Mrs. Jill Torgerson
Ms. Gwen Updegraft
Stephen and Susan Utech
Dr. Sharnell Valentine
Bob and Ruby Zallar
Five donors who wish to
remain anonymous
Mr. Mark D. Allison
Ellen and Michael Altman
Emily J. Anderson
Matt and Kate Andrews
Nancy, Peder and Annagrace Norr
David and Judith Arvold
Ms. Amy Back
Justin A. Bailes
George and Linda Balach
Mr. Robert B. Ballou
Mr. Bob Bastianelli
Cassandra and Kevin Beardsley
Michael S. Bebeau
Bill and Lydia Bennett
Steven and Tammy Benoit
Gary and Jeanette Benusa
Ms. Trudi Bitzer
Dr. Lendley and Connie Black
Mark and Sherry Boyce
Mr. Brian J Brinkman
Doug Britton and Nancy Odden
Laura Budd
Lurene S. Buhrmann
Dan and Mary Campbell
Colleen Carlson
William and Sara Carlson
Tim Carpenter and Kathy Nelson
Matthew and Michelle Cartier
Mike and Kathi Cashin
Jim and Judy Cherveny
David Christensen and Mary Beamish
Terry and Kathy Clark
Caroline F. Clement
Gene and Lori Collard
Ms. Mary Jo Cooke
Ms. Mary Ellen Crain
Stephanie M. Cummings
Diane Davidson
Brad and Alane Davis
Dr. Christine Depenthal
Steven Q DeVinck
Mr. Karl Dickerson
Matt Dietsche
Gabe T. Dodson
Elizabeth Domholdt
Tom and Melissa Donofrio
Ann and Ken Donovan
Lester and Rose Drewes
Craft and Ellie Dryer
Joseph W. Dusek
Mr. Gary Eckenberg
Mark and Mary Eckman
Joe Ehlers and Sarah Nelson
Thomas and Carol Eling
Mr. Nathanael W. Elling
Tedd Martin Ells
Don and Sandy Erickson
Ms. Lisa Erwin
Robert and Teresa Falsani
Lori and Doug Frisk
David Fulweber
Barry Jon Gartner
David Gordon
Mark and Jane Gottwald
Josh P Goutermont
William and Deanna Gronseth
Dan and Melanie Gunderson
Ryan E Gunderson
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Friends
Contributors of $1,000 - $1,999
Contributors of $1,000 - $1,999
Dave and Deb Halver
Ms. Cammy Hansen
Steve and Mary Hansen
Bill & Jan Hanson
Ms. Beverly Harries
Marv and Lee Anne Heikkinen
Ms. Dona W. Holloway
LeAnn House and Shelley Gruskin
Mr. Michael Hughes
Matt and Amanda Hunter
Marsha and Tom Hystead
Mr. Terry R Jacobson
Howard and Elizabeth Jacobson
Mr. Clyde Jago
Sylvia B. Jamar
Barry and Kang Ling James
David and Dawn Jensch
Alan and Dorothy Johns
Mr. Jim Johnson
Mark and Julie Johnson
Mark E. Johnson and Patricia Michals
John and Lisa Kappenman
Pat and Mary Keenan
John and Elizabeth Kelly
Jeri and Gale Kerns
Mr. Mark Kinblom
Steve King
Tim and Carol Kleinschmidt
Michael and Debra Klopp
Mr. Rick Klun
Dr. Priscilla and Bob Knighton
Julie and Jay Knuths
James Kowitz
Pamela Krall
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Yvette and David Krech
Mr. Craig Kvale
Mr. Jack P. Lafferty III
Steven and Melissa LaFlamme
Mark and Karen LaLiberte
Michael and Mary Lee Lalich
Keith D. Larson
Tony and Nicole Larson
Lizette and John Lawien
Andrew Lisak
Lorraine Little
Terry and Sue Lundberg
Dr. Lynn MacLean
Ms. Melissa B. Maloney
Richard and Patti McNutt
Ms. Patricia A. Michals
Ms. Angie Miller
Nancy Minahan
David Moeller and Bryce Nixon
Don and Nancy Moline
Gary and Mary Moline
Darlene S. Morris
Pat Mullen
Mark and Ina Myles
Thomas and Lynn Nelson
Alan Netland and Melanie Shepard
Ms. Jeanne Nolan
Eric and Carol Norberg
John and Anne Nys
Mr. Lawrence J. O’Shaughnessy
Nick and Joan Ostapenko
Teresa O’Toole
Drs. Michael Overend and Lucy Grina
Mr. Bruce R. Overson
Mark and Susan Pannkuk
Al & Lynda Parrella
Mr. Bruce Peckham
Stephen Peluso
Greg and Jenny Peterson
Mr. John A. Porter
Barbara and Steve Reyelts
Gregory and Julie Rindal
Joe and Catherine Roby
Ann M. Rock, M.D.
Anne and David Rogotzke
Mark and Nancy Rubin
Russ & Chrissy Salgy
Kathleen and James Sanders
Steve and Mary Beth Santori
Kollin Schade
Mark and Kathy Schober
Glenda S Scott
James and Jacqulin Sebastian
Tara M. Shepersky
Judy and Tim Sheriff
Mark and Kay Sitek
Joseph J. and Mary C. Sitek
Jennifer Smith
Peter and Sally Sneve
Mr. Kristopher J. Spenningsby
Harlan and Anita Stech
Don and Elizabeth Stellmaker
Bruce and Kaye Lee Stender
Peter & Patricia Stephenson
James and Judith Stewart
Ken and Ann Stocco
Mr. L.J. Stock
Melissa Maloney and Ben Stromberg
Timothy D. and Lavonne Sullivan
Carolyn Sundquist
Mr. Tim Sundquist
Dan Svendsen
Mr. Daniel Swartz
Christine Swenson and Don Johnson
Mr. Dean Thesing
Ms. Margaret Thickens
John Ivey and Mary Thomas
Jeff Thompson
Mary L. Thompson-Bode
Tom and Carol Threinen
Ann and Kevin Treacy
Dr. Laura J. Trombino
Ms. Karen L. Turnboom
Bill Ulland and Ann Glumac
Scott and Dana Varland
Ms. Judith von Mosch
Ms. Margaret (Margie) Waechter
Andrea Wahman and Lee Zimmerman
Bob and Sharon Wahman
Mr. Thomas R. Ward
Gregory J. Wegler
Per and Elaine Wickstrom
Jeff and Barb Wiklund
Steve C. Yehle
Tim and Anita Zager
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United Way
Get Involved:
ENGAGEMENT
Recognition of those that
LIVE UNITED
#3 SPECIAL EVENT (E):
The organization/business can host special events, either internally or community wide, to raise
money for United Way (e.g. golf tournament, bake sale, bowling tournament, auction, etc.).
#4 LEADERSHIP (L):
With an annual contribution of $1000 or more, Leadership contributors significantly impact
critical community needs.
#5 VOLUNTEER (V):
Give the gift of time - Volunteering is a hands-on way to see the impact local agencies are
creating in our community and to help advance this work. We can connect you with roles that
align with your abilities, interests, and availability.
#6 SPONSORSHIPS or IN-KIND DONATIONS (S):
Maximize the visibility of your partnership with United Way and capitalize on co-branding
opportunities. Or, make a gift of a product or service to our upcoming events.
RESULT: RECOGNITION AND PRIDE - When you and your associates conduct a campaign, sponsor an
event, or organize a volunteer team, you grow morale, engage your employees, and foster a sense of pride.
In addition, United Way recognizes participating organizations at our annual Live United Luncheon. We
would like to thank all of our community partners for their engagement this year - LIVE UNITED!
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148th Fighter Wing
3M Company
AAA Minnesota
Adventure Zone
AFSCME Local 66
AFSCME Local 3558
Allison & Associates
Altec HiLine, LLC
Ameriprise Financial
Anderson, Kuiti & Asuma, PLLC
Andren's, Inc.
Arc Northland
ARI Network Services
Arrowhead Paint Products
Arrowhead Printing
Arrowhead Regional Development
Aspen Aerials, Inc.
Associated Bank Ashland
AT&T
Azcon Metals
Balach Dental Office
Bank of America (Merrill Lynch)
Barr Engineering Company
Belanger, Inc.
Sponsorship
Your tax-deductible corporate gift gets RESULTS: United Way collaborates with local businesses,
government, educational institutions, and non-profits to meet the most pressing social service
issues. These issues range from large scale ones such as affordable housing to providing
positive, youth-enrichment activities.
Volunteer
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#2 CORPORATE GIFT (C):
ORGANIZATION
Workplace
These are fun, morale-building activities that provide your staff with an easy, affordable way to
contribute to their community through payroll deduction or one-time gifts. In addition, incorporate
the N EW HIRE or RETIREE PROGRAM: Provide opportunities and informational materials to new
staff and retiring staff for starting or continuing their contributions to United Way.
Leadership
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6 Ways to Partner with United Way
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Consolidated Communications
Continental Ski & Bike
Cooperative Light & Power
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Northland
CSL Plasma Services
Cub Foods
Cummins NPower, LLC
Damiano of Duluth, Inc.
DECC
DMH Strategies, L.L.C.
Domestic Abuse Intervention Program
Dougherty Funeral Home
Dougherty Veterinary Clinic
Douglas County
Dr. Michael Bussa Dental Office
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
Dryer, Storaasli, Knutson & Pommerville
DSACF Anonymous Friend Designated Fund
DSC Communications
DTE Energy Foundation
Duluth Area Family YMCA
Duluth Brass Manufacturing
Duluth Budgeteer News
Duluth Building and Construction Trades
Duluth AFL-CIO Central Labor Body
Duluth Federation of Teachers
Duluth LISC
Duluth News Tribune
Duluth Seaway Port Authority
Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
Duluth Transit Authority
Eaton Corporation
Education Minnesota
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Bellisio Foods Inc.
Bellisio's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Benedictine Health System
Bernick's Beverages and Vending
Blandin Foundation
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Bluestone Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
BMO Harris Bank
Border States Electric
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland
Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers
Bridge Structural Ornamental & Iron Workers Local 512
Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Business Music, Ltd.
Calumet Superior Refining
Capstan Corporation
Carpenters Local No. 361
Cartier Agency
Cash Wise Liquor
Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse
Center City Housing Corp.
CenturyLink
Challenge Center
Charter NEX Films LLC
Chris Jensen & Son
CHUM
Citon Corporation
City National Bank
City of Duluth
City of Superior
CN - Canadian National Railway Company
Combined Federal Campaign
Community Action Duluth
Community Care Connections of Wisconsin
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Hanft Fride, a Professional Association
Hansen House Company
Happy Sleeper Mattress
Harbor City Oil & Propane
Hartel's/DBJ
Head of the Lakes United Way
HealthPartners
Hermantown Federal Credit Union
Holden Insurance Agency, Inc.
Honeywell International Inc.
Housing & Redevelopment Authority
HTK marketing communications
Human Development Center
Human Development Center Douglas County
Hunt Electric Corporation
IBEW Local 242
IBM Employees & Retirees
Ikonics Corporation
Illinois Tool Works
Industrial Welders & Machinists
Innovations in Quality
ISD 700 Hermantown Schools
ISD 704 Proctor Public Schools
ISD 709 Adult Basic Ed
ISD 709 Area Learning Center
ISD 709 Central Administration Building
ISD 709 Congdon Park School
ISD 709 Denfeld High School
ISD 709 East High School
ISD 709 Head Start
ISD 709 Lakewood School
ISD 709 Lincoln Park Middle School
ISD 709 Lowell School
ISD 709 Myers-Wilkins Elementary
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Eisenmann & Associates
Enbridge, Inc.
Engwall Florist Greenhouse Garden Center
Essentia
Essentia Retired Physicians
Events & Marketing Specialists
Exodus Machines
Eye Clinic West
Fairfield Inn by Marriott
Falsani, Balmer, Peterson, Quinn & Beyer
Family Forum
FedEx Express
Fen-Tech
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting
Fond Du Lac Human Services
Fond Du Luth Casino
Foster, Jacobs & Johnson, Inc.
Fox 21
Fraser Shipyards, Inc
Fryberger Buchanan Smith & Frederick, PA
General Electric
General Mills
Generations Health Care Initiatives
Geraghty, O'Laughlin and Kenney
Gerdau
Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines
Goodwill Industries
Grandma's Restaurant Company
Grandma's Saloon & Grill Canal Park
Grandma's Saloon & Grill Miller Hill
Grandma's Sports Garden
Green Mill
H. Christiansen Company
Hallett Dock Company
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Little Angie's Cantina and Grill
Loram Maintenance of Way, Inc.
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota
Lynn Beechler Realty
Macy's East
Malcolm B. Davy Law Office
Maney International of Duluth, Inc.
Manpower
Marsh & McLennan Agency
Marshall School
Maurices
Mayne Design
Medica Health Plan
Melhus Management Company
Members Cooperative Credit Union
Meyer Group Architecture
Michaud Distributing
Midwest Energy Resources Company
Miller Hill Dental
MPECU
Minnesota Power Retirees
Minnesota Power, An ALLETE Company
MIPhotoBooth
MJP Management
Moline Machinery LLC
Monaco Air Duluth
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Mortenson Construction
Mount Royal Fine Foods
MTS Systems
Murphy Oil
My Bonnie Beauty Salon
Myers-Wilkins Community School
N.E. Minnesota Synod ELCA
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ISD 709 Ordean East Middle School
ISD 709 Piedmont School
ISD 709 Stowe Elementary School
J&J Insurance & Investments
Jamar Company
James P. Paciotti Law Firm
JCPenney Company, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Johnson Insurance Consultants
Johnson, Killen & Seiler, P.A.
KBJR/KDLH
Kemps
Kiwanis Club of Superior
Kleiman Realty
Kohl's
Kolquist, Seitz & Goldman, LLC
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company
Krech Ojard & Associates, Inc
Labor World Newspaper
LaBounty Manufacturing
Lake Bank
Lake County Veterinary Clinic
Lake Superior College
Lake Superior Community Health Center
Lake Superior School District 381
Lake View Memorial Hospital
Lamar Advertising
Legal Aid Service of Northeastern
LHB, Inc.
Liberty Mutual
Lifetime Dental
Lincoln Stores, Inc.
Lindquist & Company, Inc.
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RBC Wealth Management
Red Rock Radio
Republic Bank
RJS Construction Group, LLC
Road Machinery & Supplies Co.
Rockwell Automation
RSM US
RW Fern Associates Inc.
Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center
Sammy's Pizza & Deli (Lakeside)
Sam's Club Store 6320
Sand Creek Group, Ltd.
Sappi Fine Paper North America
School District of Superior
Shopko Hometown: Two Harbors
Shopko Stores, Inc.
Ski Hut, Inc.
SOAR Career Solutions
Spirit Mountain Recreation Area
St. Germain's Glass Company
St. Louis County Administrator
St. Louis County AJC Arrowhead Regional
St. Louis County ARCP - Arrowhead
St. Louis County Assessor
St. Louis County Attorney
St. Louis County Auditor
St. Louis County Human Resources
St. Louis County Information Technology
St. Louis County Land & Minerals
St. Louis County NERCC
St. Louis County Planning
St. Louis County Property Management
St. Louis County Public Health
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National Bank of Commerce
Nationwide Enterprises
North Shore Area Partners
North Shore Bank of Commerce
North Shore Horizons
North Star Foundation
Northeast Area Labor Council AFL-CIO
Northern Communities Credit Union
Northern Lights Elementary School
Northern Metalworks
Northern Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
Northern States Supply, Inc.
Northland Constructors of Duluth LLC
Northshore Mining
Northshore Steel, Inc.
Occasions
Oneida Realty Company
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical Associates
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Orman Nord & Hurd
Otis-Magie Insurance Agency
Painters Local 101
Park State Bank
Payless Shoe Source
Payroll Processing Plus, Inc.
Peace United Church of Christ
Petro Choice
Physio-Control
Piedmont Barbers & Salon
Pioneer National Bank
Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 11
Pratt - West Palm Beach
Preferred Loyalty Solutions
Proctor City Offices
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Voyageur Bus Company
W.P. & R.S. Mars Company
Walgreens-All Locations
Wal-Mart 1447
Wal-Mart 1757
WDIO / WIRT-TV
WDSE/WRPT
Wells Fargo Bank
Wenck Associates Inc.
Western Lake Superior Sanitary District
WesternBank
WestmorelandFlint
Whole Foods Community Co-Op, Inc.
Whole Person Associates
William J. Schuldt, DDS, MS
Wilson McShane Corporation
Wipfli CPAs and Consultants
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
WITC
Woodland Hills
Xcel Energy Corporation
Young & Associates
Younkers Duluth #449
Younkers Superior #469
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St. Louis County Recorder
St. Louis County Sheriff
St. Luke's Health Care System
St. Luke's Ophthalmology Associates
State Farm Insurance
State of Minnesota
Superior Choice Credit Union
Superior Douglas County Family YMCA
Superior Meats
Superior Savings Bank
Superior Vocations Center, Inc.
Superior Water Light & Power Company
Surge Communications
Target, Inc.
Tate & Lyle Citric Acid Inc.
The College of St. Scholastica
The Hershey Company
The Management Group
The Mosaic Company
The Northspan Group, Inc.
The Salvation Army
TransCanada
Tri-State Business System
Twin Ports Paper
UDAC, Inc.
Union Pacific Railroad
United Parcel Service
UnitedHealth Group
University of Minnesota Duluth
University of Wisconsin - Superior
US Bank
Valley Youth Centers
VERSO Corporation
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Upcoming Events
Contact Us
2016 EVENTS
SATURDAY
MAY
14
WEDNESDAY
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THURSDAY
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WEDSNESDAY
National Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive
SATURDAY, May 14, 2016
Participate in the largest one-day food drive in America! Last year’s drive
collected more than 70 million pounds of non-perishable food. Simply
place non-perishable food items by your mailbox by 9:00 am on 5/14/16.
All food collected stays local.
United Way Day of Caring
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
United Way’s Day of Caring matches teams of volunteers who are eager to
give back to the community with local non-profit agencies in need of extra
hands. Volunteerism at its best!
25th Annual United Way Chili Cook-Off
Thursday, September 15, 2016 @ the DECC
The region’s largest chili cook-off draws over 1,000 chili lovers and over
40 chilies. Area chefs vie for bragging rights while the public joins the fun
by sampling and voting for their favorite chili.
United Way Day of Caring - Holiday Edition
DEC December 7, 2016
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Holiday edition of our popular summer volunteer event!
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2017
APRIL
Purple Ribbon Week (National Volunteer Week)
During National Volunteer Week, participating businesses honor volunteers
by providing anyone wearing an “I Volunteer” purple ribbon with a
discount or special offer on their purchase.
Jeanette Benusa
Finance Associate/Pledge Coordinator
(218) 726-4868
[email protected]
Machelle Kendrick
Director of Marketing and Communications
(218) 726-4853
[email protected]
Debra Brims
Administrative Assistant
(218) 726-4770
[email protected]
Rachel Loeffler-Kemp
Community Services Director
(218) 726-4775
[email protected]
Lindsey Brockman
2-1-1 Information Specialist
Dial 2-1-1
[email protected]
Elizabeth Mayne
Database Specialist/Campaign Assistant
(218) 726-4779
[email protected]
Charles Fause
Finance Director
(218) 726-4774
[email protected]
Margie Nelson
Community Campaign Coordinator
(218) 726-4772
[email protected]
Sarah Garramone
AmeriCorps VISTA Member,
Volunteer Center Outreach Specialist
(218) 726-4780
[email protected]
Liz Pawlik
Volunteer Center Coordinator
(218) 726-4898
[email protected]
Matt Hunter
President
(218) 726-4790
[email protected]
Michelle Hargrave
V.P. of Impact and Development
(218) 726-4771
[email protected]
Julia Johnsom
2-1-1 Information Specialist
Dial 2-1-1
[email protected]
Laura Spafford
2-1-1 Information Specialist
Dial 2-1-1 [email protected]
Rory Strange
2-1-1 Program Coordinator
Dial 2-1-1
[email protected]
Taire Suliin
Events Manager/Campaign Executive
(218) 726-4794
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Head of the Lakes United Way
424 Superior Street #402, Duluth, MN 55802
Duluth Office: 218.726.4770 Superior Office: 715.394.2733
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Crane Lake
Geographic Regions in
our Service Area:
Buyck
Orr
Vermilion L.
Grand Portage
Winton
Ely
Cook
Cook
Tower
Saint Louis
Head of the Lakes United
Way’s service area encompasses
the geographical boundaries of Greater
Duluth (Duluth, Hermantown, Proctor, and
the townships of Duluth, Solway, Grand Lake,
Fredenberg, Gnesen, Normanna, Canosia, Rice
Lake, Lakewood, and Midway) as well as the North
Shore of Minnesota including Lake and Cook
counties. In 2015, as the result of a merger
between the United Ways of Superior-Douglas
County and Greater Duluth, the area expanded
to include Superior-Douglas County as well as
Ashland and Bayfield counties.
Grand Marais
Babbitt
Britt
Embarrass
Isabella
Lutsen
Lake
Aurora
Virginia
lm
Hovland
Forest Center
Schroeder
Whyte
Eveleth
Little Marais
Norshor Junction
Zim
Brimson
Melrude
Silver Bay
Payne
Meadowlands
Alborn
Hermantown
Duluth
Port Wing
Superior
Cloquet
Cromwell
Two Harbors
Knife River
Arnold
Brookston
Washburn
Carlton
Poplar
Carlton
Barnum
Bayfield
Solon Springs
dge
roix
St C
R.
Webster
Grantsburg
Chief Lake
Washburn
Hertel
Spooner
Stone Lake
Couderay
Sawyer
Phillips
McNaughton
Three Lakes
Forest
Newald
Florence
Fence
Oneida
W i s c o n s i n
Brill
Florence
Long Lake
Hazelhurst
Price
Exeland
Alvin
Eagle River
Woodruff
Fifield
Winter
Birchwood
Barronett
Loretta
Phelps
Sayner
Head of the Lakes United Way
Shell Lake
Trade Lake
Frederic
Boulder Junction
L. Chippewa
Earl
Burnett
Vilas
Manitowish
Butternut
Hayward
Lampson
Presque Isle
Glidden
Minong
Danbury
Woodboro
Dun
Rhinelander
Monico
Crandon
Laona
424 Superior Street #402, Duluth, MN 55802 | Duluth: 218.726.4770 | Superior: 715.394.2733
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Luck
Cumberland
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Cro
Polk
R.
Centuria
Osceola
Turtle Lake
Rice Lake
Amery
Barron
Barron
Tripoli
Kennan
Balsam Lake
Center City
st Lake
Iron
Morse
Cable
Clam Lake
Sandstone
Chisago
Mellen
Ashland
Gordon
Dairyland
Hurley
Marengo
Drummond
Douglas
Pine
e City
Mason
Chaffey
Kerrick
Ashland
Lake Nebagamon
Hawthorne
Holyoke
Moose Lake
Moquah
Iron River
Hillsdale
Rusk
Weyerhaeuser
Chetek
Heafford Junction
Prentice
Glen Flora
Marinett
Spirit
hlunitedway.org
Ladysmith
Westboro
Lincoln
Summit Lake
Carter
Pearson
Rib Lake
Sheldon
Hannibal
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