Annual Report 2015 - Opportunity Council

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Annual Report 2015 - Opportunity Council
2015
Annual
Report
1965-2015
Five Decades of Community Action
Changing lives. Helping people. Since 1965.
A Community Action Agency Serving Island, San Juan & Whatcom Counties.
2015
Annual
Report
Message to our partners
This annual report celebrates our 2015 accomplishments and
also recognizes our agency’s 50th anniversary.
Thank you to everyone who played a role in our history and to those who
continue to support this work moving forward.
The Opportunity Council is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency
serving homeless and low-income families and individuals in Northwest
Washington. Community Action programs work with partners in our
communities to address local emerging needs. The Opportunity Council offers services
that address immediate and crisis-oriented basic needs such as food, emergency shelter,
and eviction-prevention. We also provide programs that promote self-sufficiency in our
community by delivering early childhood education, home weatherization, and energy
conservation education.
Despite some remarkable indicators of a recovery, overwhelming structural challenges in our economy continue to make
life difficult for many families and individuals in the communities we serve. Still, strong partnerships with you – our donors,
community leaders, and allied organizations – made it possible to guide many people in need toward pathways to stability and
prosperity in 2015. This report summarizes the many ways we accomplished this important work.
Here are some example highlights of important events and achievements made possible by
many teams of talented Opportunity Council professionals and volunteers in 2015:
• 50th Anniversary Celebration: Throughout 2015, we proudly celebrated 50 years of service to our communities, culminating
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with an end of year event at Mount Baker Theatre where we were joined by 600 supporters and guests of honor (see the
historic timeline at the bottom of pages 6 through 15).
Island, San Juan, Whatcom Prosperity Project community needs assessment: people from 900 low-income households
shared their experiences living at or near the poverty level. We used this information to develop our new three-year strategic
plan (see the Prosperity Project report at www.oppco.org ).
Completed a total of 101 low-income weatherization and Community Energy Challenge projects at homes and business
in Island and San Juan counties.
Early Learning and Family Services (ELAFS) programs honored: Bellingham Public Schools awards Opportunity Council as
Community Partner of the Year.
Fresh Bucks program launched: This new program allows food stamp participants to purchase fresh, local fruits and
vegetables.
We are eager to share with you a revised reporting format this year: much of
the information on the following pages is organized in alignment with our new
strategic plan, which is inspired by five aspirational goals:
• Housing: Everyone in our communities has access to safe, healthy and
affordable housing.
• School and work readiness: All children and adults are ready to succeed
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OUR MISSION
Opportunity Council is a private nonprofit
THE COMMUNITY ACTION PROMISE
Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of
community action agency that acts as a catalyst
hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to
for positive change, both in the community and
live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to
in the lives of the people it serves.
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helping people help themselves and each other.
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in school and life.
Financial stability: Families and individuals achieve long-term financial
stability.
Whole person health: All individual, families and communities will be
supported to attain comprehensive (physical, dental and behavioral) wellbeing within healthy environments.
Social justice: Our communities provide equity of opportunity and treat
all persons with compassion, dignity and respect.
We are grateful for your support as we work to
attain these goals for the communities we serve.
Greg Winter
1965-2015
Celebrating 50 Years of Community Action
Our History
Our Future
In 1965, the Opportunity Council began as a grassroots group of volunteers and staff, working with
a borrowed typewriter and furniture out of a small corner in the Whatcom County Courthouse. This
Community Action model was a product of the “war on poverty” and the Economic Opportunity Act signed
by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964 to help low income people.
Today, the Opportunity Council is one of 1,000 Community Action Agencies nationwide. Our 225 full and
part-time employees serve over 20,000 people a year.
For the past 50 years, Opportunity Council has provided resources and services for people in the
Pacific Northwest. Our success, and the success of all community action agencies, is due to community
involvement, people caring and individuals willing to take action.
“Each community and neighborhood has its own
challenges.
We’re up for the challenge. With 50 years in the rear
view mirror, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank
you — our community partners — who help do this
work.
Dave Finet
Opportunity Council Executive Director, 2006-2015
We were proud to celebrate our 50th anniversary throughout 2015, with community promotions, editorials,
anniversary t-shirts — and a celebration event at the Mt. Baker Theatre in Bellingham Thursday, November
12. The celebration was attended by over 600 people and featured speakers and videos celebrating the
beginning of “community action” and its accomplishments and partners over the last 50 years.
Guest speakers included Bellingham Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Greg Baker, Director of Washington
State Dept. of Commerce Brian Bonlender, City of Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville, and a keynote address by
Ron Sims, former King Co. Executive and former deputy secretary of HUD. Emcees for the event were Bonnie
Southcott, a Senior Digital Producer and Content Strategist at Toolhouse, Inc., together with Whatcom
County Executive Jack Louws.
“OUR FIGHT AGAINST
POVERTY WILL BE AN
INVESTMENT IN THE
MOST VALUABLE OF
OUR RESOURCES - THE
SKILLS AND STRENGTH
OF OUR PEOPLE...”
President
Lyndon B. Johnson
March 16, 1964
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2015
Annual
Report
Our Services Make a
Difference for Families
Increased Budget & Job Skills
Families and individuals achieve long-term financial stability.
2,314
270
13% Healthy
Food
31
32% Warm, Safe
Homes
34% Information
& Referral
7% Preschool &
Childcare
11% Income &
Job Skills
3% Health Care
Access
Healthy Food Resources - 4,546 Services
Basic Food Assistance, Maple Alley Inn, Child Nutrition program, Fresh Bucks
Information & Referral - 11,467 Services
Community Resource Centers in Bellingham, Oak Harbor, Kendall, Lopez Island,
Orcas Island and San Juan Island
Income & Job Skills - 3,720 Services
Tax preparation, Basis Food and Employment Training, Financial Education,
Weatherization technician training, Computers for Kids, Early Achievers
Program
Changing lives.
Helping people.
Since 1965.
1964
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Health Care Access - 992 Services
Single Entry Access to Services, Health Care navigator support in Island County
and East Whatcom
Preschool and Child Care - 2,547 Services
Head Start, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, Early Head
Start, Child Care referrals and resources
Warm, Safe Homes - 10,937 Services
Homeless housing, energy assistance, Weatherization, home improvement,
Conservation Education, Healthy Homes, Community Energy Challenge.
President Lynden B. Johnson
signs the Equal Opportunity
Act to eliminate conditions
and causes of poverty and
begin community action
agencies across the county.
1965
Whatcom County
Opportunity Council
(WCOC) is established by
Whatcom County Board
of Commissioners.
San Juan’s “Journeys” program
helps young adults succeed
People received free tax prep
People gained job skills and work
experience
Individuals graduated from financial
classes
641
People improved energy and tech job
skills at BPC
169
People could apply for jobs or do
homework with computer from
Computers 4 Kids
295
Number of early child care providers
enrolled in Early Achievers Program serving 8,237 children
Making the transition to living independently is
challenging for many teens and young adults. With
high schools increasingly focused on academics and
college readiness, basic life skills are often overlooked.
San Juan Island Family Resource Center’s new
“Journeys” program is a free eight-week class for
young people ages 17 – 28 who want to develop
practical skills for successful independent living. The
course leads participants through the Opportunity
Council’s Financial Literacy and Renter Education
curriculum and also provides weekly hands-on
learning activities ranging from meal planning and
grocery shopping to obtaining health insurance and
setting up a household filing system for keeping track
of important personal documents.
1966
WCOC begins
offering Head
Start in Lynden
1967
OC staff in our Vocational
Lab help people with job
searches, resumes, job
applications and related
tasks.
Community Action Agencies agree
one third of board will represent
the low-income community.
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Report
Healthy Food and Meals
Access to Health Care
All individual, families and communities will be supported to attain comprehensive well being within
healthy environments.
210
1,400
Households signed up for Basic Food
Assistance
People enjoyed hot, nutritious meals at
Maple Ally Inn (19,622 meals)
936
Children received healthy meal and snacks
at child care each month (20,420 total)
573
Children with special needs served by
Single Entry Access to Services (SEAS)
2,000
People used Fresh Bucks to purchase fresh
fruit and vegetables
419
Individuals enrolled in health care
programs (Island Co., EWRRC)
Ways we provide healthy, local food
Family’s son gets health care — for first time
Fresh Bucks helps SNAP-eligible (food stamp) households
purchase fresh fruits and vegetables. Through a UDSA
National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant, we
expanded this program that helps families purchase
produce at the Bellingham Farmers Market and Community
Food Co-op stores in Bellingham. Over 2,000 SNAP users
accessed this program, averaging $20 in incentives.
Maple Alley Inn, Opportunity Council’s hot meal program,
partners with local growers and maintains a large garden at
Faith Lutheran Church. The garden and the donations from
local growers allow MAI to serve thousands of pounds of
local produce during the growing season and beyond.
Food Lifeline Mobile Food Pantry visits the East Whatcom
Regional Resource center on the second Saturday of
every month to provide fresh vegetables, meat, and
non-perishable items in this geographically remote area.
Community volunteers have been instrumental in helping
organize and distribute this food monthly.
1975
Weatherization
program begins
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1976
By helping people access health care, our staff have been involved in the nation’s largest effort so far to improve
quality of care and contain costs through the Affordable Care Act. While people continue to debate the success of this
program, we see first hand how this program is making a difference for families like John, Grace and their son.
“Awesome is a badly overworked word, but
in this case, I am tempted to use it to describe
the produce we delivered this week. We sent
259.5 lbs to the kitchen. The haul consisted
of beans, beets, cabbage, chard, cucumbers,
summer squash and tomatoes.” WCOC staff compile a
resource directory of
239 agencies.
August email from Volunteer Ed Wood,
Maple Alley Inn Garden Director
As parents, it was both frustrating and heartbreaking for John and Grace to have health insurance for themselves and
not for their son who has autism. As a last resort, they
went to the Island County Opportunity Council seeking
“(Opportunity Council’s) efforts to assist health
help. Staff helped them navigate the Health Plan Finder
and they were able to enroll their son in a plan that
care enrollment have been greatly appreciated.
covered therapy for their son’s autism — for the first time
Staff helps so many of our patients - some of
ever.
whom cried when they were told they qualified
Opportunity Council staff are involved in making these
stories happen in Oak Harbor and at the East Whatcom
Regional Resource Center in Kendall where they help
people access health care.
1981
Congress creates the Low
Income Energy Assistance
Program
for health coverage.”
Marcia Fort,
North Whidbey Community Clinic
1983
WCOC receives a $8,000
federal grant for emergency
housing – 48 families helped
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Annual
Report
A Warm, Safe Home
Everyone in our communities has access to safe, healthy and affordable housing.
238
Households learned how to conserve
energy
103
Homes were weatherized
13
Families improved in-door air quality
through Healthy Homes
84
Home improvement projects ensured
home safety, efficiencies
9,306
by Amy Meredith, Employment Case Manager
When I first met “Tina,” she and her three children were living in a farmhouse with no running water. She had recently
separated from her husband and had not worked outside of the home for several years.
Tina enrolled in our Basic Food Employment and Training (BFET) program which gave her access to employment
case management support, help creating a resume and conducting job searches, as well as classes to help her in the
process.
After one month in the program, Tina was hired for an agricultural position -- a great fit for her passion for farming.
Through the BFET program, we were also able to purchase a pair of work boots, which were a requirement for the
position. Tina and her children moved into an apartment the following week!
Energy assistance grants helped families
keep heat and lights on
271
Households participated in the
Community Energy Challenge
922
Families housed in Whatcom (590), San
Juan (28), and Island (304)
Marjie’s House
celebrates 10 years.
OC programs help families secure housing, employment.
A Bellingham outreach
program started in January
as part of an intensive
effort to reduce local street
homelessness, thanks
to funding from the city of
Bellingham and support
from private organizations.
The “Homeless Outreach
Team” members build
relationships with people to
help them access housing
and health services.
Two members of the team
are Kate Robertson (l) and
Theresa Meurs.
Marjie’s House, a 16-unit housing complex in Oak
Harbor, celebrated its 10-year anniversary in 2015.
Through community support and a joint effort of
the Housing Authority of Island County, Citizens
Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse and the
Opportunity Council, this program has provided
shelter and support services to help women and
children. Families also have access to advocates
and counselors who help them through difficult
times.
Ribbon cutting at Marjie’s House 2006
1986
WCOC becomes
Opportunity Council
(OC)
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1987
OC opens Interfaith
Community Health Clinic
1989
OC begins operating the
Maple Alley Inn
1992
First OC School Supply Drive
held in Whatcom County
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2015
Annual
Report
Helping Kids Thrive
Volunteers in the classroom
All children and adults are ready to succeed in school and life.
471
57
1,985
34
AmeriCorp volunteer Keegan Cobb was asked to spend
time with a student who needed help with letter and
number recognition skills.
Kids participated in Head Start and Early
Childhood Education and Assistance
Program preschool
Kids participated in Early Head Start
Families found child care
Kids in a safe place thanks to emergency
child care vouchers
“It was tough!” Keegan said. “He wanted to play with
dinosaurs and talk about the Flash and Batman and
didn't want to learn about numbers or letters. Counting
rubber animals wasn't fun...it was frustrating.”
Then Keegan “hatched a plan.”
“Instead of trying to get him to look at numbers, I got
him to look at superheroes, at dinosaurs, at things he
wanted to learn about. How many Batmans are there?
What letter does Flash start with?”
Over the next two weeks, Keegan said the child began
to look at letters and identify which ones meant
Spiderman, Batman, Flash, Catwoman, and more. He was
soon very “kindergarten ready.”
“That's why I'm here,” Keegan said. “I'm here to promote this exact kind of thing in every classroom, with every child
that needs it.”
“It has been quite a year for my
family… I wanted both of you
to know how much I appreciate
everything that your organization has
done for my family. It all means more
to me than I will ever begin to be able
to thank you for…”
Email to Early Support for Infants and Toddlers
From parent of highly impacted twins
1998
Dorothy Place opens
in Bellingham
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2000
First Dine Out for
Maple Alley Inn is held
2001
Interfaith Community Health
Center becomes an independent
non-profit agency
2005
Marjie’s House
opens in
Oak Harbor
2015
Annual
Report
Information and Referral
Working in Partnership
Our communities provide equity of opportunity and treat all persons with compassion, dignity and
respect.
Our partners and advocates support a safe and healthy community for all our families.
Number of people who accessed
information, referrals, or resources:
4,978
Bellingham office
3,793
Oak Harbor office
2,211
485
Bellingham School District
honors OC partnership
Bellingham Public Schools honored the Opportunity
Council’s early learning programs in 2015 with a district wide
Community Partner of the Year award.
Resource center in Kendall, East Whatcom
Resource centers on Lopez, Orcas and
San Juan islands
OC staff were surprised with the award presentation at
Birchwood elementary school in Bellingham on March 18.
(L-R) OC Staff Pam Head, Kim Walbeck, David Webster
“Every part of this department has deep connections with
with Dr. Greg Baker from Bellingham Public Schools.
Bellingham and all of our school districts. To be honored as
the Partner of the Year is a huge compliment,” said David
Webster, director of Early Learning and Family Services at the Opportunity Council.
Presenting the award, Superintendent Dr. Greg Baker said, “The Opportunity Council is known for providing high
quality programming at both the state and national level. It is their dedication to children and families in the
Bellingham community and their commitment to excellence that allows them to stand out.”
Helping people connect
with resources
East Whatcom sees growth
Attendance nearly doubled this year for the annual
Community Connections Fair at the East Whatcom
Regional Resource Center in Kendall. The center hosted
service organizations and provided information, crafts for
kids, free gifts, snacks and a raffle for attendees.
Other services growing in popularity at the center
include employment support to help people gain both
confidence in looking for work and specific skills.
2008
The Whatcom Homeless
Service Center is
established at the OC
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2009
The Building
Performance Center
opens weatherization
training center
The boards of directors of the Opportunity Council and
the Volunteer Center of Whatcom County announced in
November 2015 that they were transferring the Volunteer
Center programs and services to the Opportunity Council.
2011
East Whatcom
Regional Resource
Center opens
2012
OC provides Child Care
Aware in five counties:
Whatcom, Skagit,
Snohomish, Island
and San Juan
2013
Island County and East Whatcom
County offices help people
access health insurance through
the new Affordable Care Act
Island County hosted several fundraisers in 2015,
including this event to pledge support for families
at Marjie’s House.
2015
Opportunity Council
celebrates 50th anniversary
2015
Annual
Report
Financials
2015-16 Board of Directors
Citizen participation is essential. The Opportunity Council, like all Community Action Agencies, is locally managed by a
volunteer board of directors which includes equal representation of public officials, the private sector and people who
represent low-income communities.
2015 Revenue
l Federal $11,744,643
l State$2,355,884
l Local Government
$3,959,324
l Fee for Service
$2,795,448
l Donations & Foundation Grants
$4,719,983
l Interest & Other Income
Total Revenues
$134,344
$25,709,626
Executive committee:
President: Mamie Lackie
Vice President: Rick Hughes
Secretary: Ramona Menish
Treasurer: Steve Jones
Past President: Stan Snapp
At Large: Sandy John
April Barker
Rebecca Boonstra
Dan Hammill (2015)
Jill Johnson
Ken Mann (2015)
Lisa McShane
Frank Parker
Paul Stermer
Mark Tompkins
Carl Weimer
Faith Whaley –
ELAFS Policy Council Chair
2015 Expenditures
l Early Learning & Family Services
$7,249,963
l Community Services
$7,402,267
l Home Improvement
$2,129,295
l Economic Development
$1,287,132
l Island County
$1,314,464
l The Energy Project
$361,250
l Whatcom Homeless Service Center
$2,397,794
l Agency Services
$1,285,064
l Administrative & Overhead
$1,830,672
Total Expenditures
Revenue in Excess of Expenditures
$25,257,901
$451,725
Total$25,709,626
2015-16 Staff
Approximately 225 employees work at the Opportunity Council to bring
services to people in Whatcom, Island and San Juan Counties. Some
programs have expanded to include Skagit and Snohomish counties.
Executive Director: Greg Winter
Associate Director: Sheri Burgler Emerson
Community Services and Energy Services: Debbie Paton, Director
Early Learning and Family Services: David Webster, Director
Island County Opportunity Council: Lisa Clark, Director
Home Improvement: John Davies, Director
Whatcom Homeless Service Center: Mike Parker, Director
The Energy Project: Shawn Collins, Director
Fiscal: David Foreman, Chief Financial Officer
Human Resources: Kathy Washatka, Organizational Development Director
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Our Donors
$500+
Steve & Deborah Adelstein
Jo Ann Albers
Philip and Judith Andress
Herb and Vicki Barker
Ron and Cynthia Bauleke
Ann Beck
Brandon Bork
Jed and Lindsay Brewer
Christina Byrne and David Flanagan
Robin and Yuki Caldwell
Brandi Civico
Jollefern Cole
Joann Collinge
John Collinge
Gary Dolin and Martha Vernier-Dolin
Glenn Eckard
Sheri and Jim Emerson
Pam Englett
Sarah and Steve Farrell
Tim and Leslie Farris
Karen Fasler
David Finet and Vicki Lippiatt
David and Tanis Foreman
Dale and Robin Geleynse
Stephen Gockley and Ellen Posel
Elsie Heinrick
Kathy and Paul Hess
Julie Johansen and Bob Moles
Damani and Rebecca Johnson
Michael Karp & Anne Whirledge-Karp
Alan Kemble and Sally Albers
Steve and Margie Kimberley
Noriko Lao
Karen and Charles Lauckhardt
Bob and Doris Libolt
Steve and Rhonda Lowry
Melinda Lunsford
David and Tisch Lynch
Barbara Machtey and Joseph Hashmall
Richard Malowney
Amy and Ken Mann
Kathy Mann
Barbara Mathers-Schmidt and Robert
Schmidt
Dan McCorkle
Kelly and Kristin McCullough
Amy and Phelps McIlvaine
Christine Morton
Jan Mustain
Christopher and Astrid Newell
Susan and Jeff Palmer
Ron and Jan Pierce
Luis Ponce and Joan Drinkwin
Dick and Kay Porter
Dorothy Regal
John and Brenda Riseland
Sheldon Satterthwaite
Suzannah and Tyler Schroeder
Karen Sloss
Susan and Loch Trimingham Fund of The
Whatcom Community Foundation
Teresa Thornberg
Amy Van Pelt and Joseph Jarzembowski
Mary and John Vorlicky
David Webster
Stephen and Diane Woods
$100 - $499
Blake Allen
Edoh Amiran and Veronica Wisniewski
Edwin and Anne Anderson
Michele Anderson
Jeff and Carol Arvin
Greg and Lisa Aucutt
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Glendine Barley
John and Betty Basham
Mike and Diane Bates
Jill Bauer
Jeanette Beck
Will Beeler
Jill Bernstein
Paul Berube
Craig and Barbara Bessire
Andrew and Anna Blick
Stephen and Judy Blum-Anderson
John and Nancy Blume
Rebecca Boonstra
Leslie Boswell and PJ McGuire
Karen and John Breedlove
Marilyn Brink
Jessica Brown
Kathryn Brown
Janet Brynjolfsson and Roy Grothe
Leslie Bryson
Marsha and Halina Buly
Frank and Willo Burgler
Rebecca Butler
Ann and Donald Caldwell
Anna Carey
John and Donna Carley
Stephen and Clara Jean Carmean
Jeanne and Bill Carroll
Richard and Karen Clark
Terence Clark
Linn Clawson and Laura Smith-Clawson
David and Patricia Cohick
Carol and Dennis Comeau
Richard and Janet Congdon
Karen and Jesse Cook
Caroline and Joseph Correa
Susan Costanzo
Ross and Barbara Craigie
Wendy and Tim Crandall
David and Shari Cummins
David and Jayme Curley
Dan and Helen Dahlgren
Victoria Dahlgren
John Davies
Kent and Gail DeHoog
Carol and Raymond Dellecker
Katherine Dickinson-Poteet
Jane Dieveney-Hinkle and Mike Hinkle
Marian D’Onofrio
James and Veronica Douglas
Judith Duggan
Carol Dukes
Kathryn and Martin Eifrig
Stew Ellison
Byron and Becky Elmendorf
Dudley Evenson
Valerie and Darin Feller
Heather Flaherty
Brad and Anne Flinn
Marcia Fort
Bob Fraser
Peter Frazier
Bill and Jayne Freudenberger
Alan and Lisbeth Fritzberg
Karen Funston
Sylvia Furman
Steven and Victoria Garfinkle
Deborra Garrett
David and Carol Gavareski
Jean Georg
Sally Gibbs
Pamela and Gary Glaze
Jessica Gould-Hilburn and Jeff Hilburn
Mary Grimes
Lee Grochmal and Tom Fryer
All efforts are made to accurately compile our list of supporters who made a financial contribution of more than $50 in 2015.
If you feel an error has been made, please contact our office.
Sean and Julie Hall
Walter and Linda Hardy
Laura and James Harker
Scot Harkins
David Harris and Grace Phelan
Richard and Helen Harris
Robert Heitmann
Harry and Liz Herdman
James Hinds
Roger and Cathy Hinds
Terry Hinz and Paula Kobos
Jim and Susan Holstine
William and Joann Hoover
David and Judy Hopkinson
Jeff Hopwood
Rosemary Hostetler
Kay Ingram
Abram and Carole Jacobson
Andrew Jennings
Liz and Van Job
Craig and Joanne Johnson
Michelle Johnson
Steve Jones
Karen and Ronald Prior
Don and Joy Keenan
Brian Kennemer
Jaclyn Kersten
Elizabeth Kerwin and Jillian Froebe
Craig and Julie Keyes
Dale and Cheryll Kinsley
John and Hilde Korsmo
Jo Jean Kos
Richard and Linda Krebs
Kerri and Jeff Krusniak
Mamie and Pat Lackie
Richard and Kerri Larrabee
Maren Larson
Katherine Lebioda
Donald and Ginger Lindsay
Kelli Linville and Will Roehl
Richard and Laurie Lloyd
Deborah Loober
Brian and Jean Lydiard
Elaine and Brian Lynch
David and Margaret Macys
Elaine Maki and Richard Schillinger
Jonathan Manion
Robert Marshall and Elizabeth Pernotto
Joan Martin
Jonathan Martin
Joshua Mason
Neil and Lisa McCarthy
Laurie McClain
Marilyn McClellan
Pat McEvoy
Leona and Larry McKee
Marilyn McLean and Douglas Hyldahl
Lisa and Dan McShane
Barry and Debby Meyers
Robert and Marilyn Monahan
Joan and Mike Moye
Lynn Murphy
Robin and Brenda Nicholson
Joseph and Anne Nolting
Don and Beverly Noyes
Richard Olson
Peggy Onustack
Misty and Mike Parker
Alistair and Norma Paton
Debbie Paton and Mark Wickman
Ingeborg Paulus
Ethelyn Payne
Linda Lambert and Amory Peck
Cindy and Dana Petersen
Kevin and Bonnie Peterson
Ken and Pat Pettichord
Celina Phair
John Pickett and Judy Foster
Michael Pietro and Christine Kubota
Katie Plewa
Jan Polen
Walter and Donna Pollman
Mrs. Powers
Eugene and Amy Quinn
Todd and Torhil Ramsay
Sheila and Tom Randall
Paul Reavley and Denise Weeks
James Reider
Tasha Repp
Michael and Sandra Reynolds
Kay Rich
William and Laura Rink
Charlie Rinker and Jackie Lafata-Rinker
Jon and Susan Rittmueller
Sally and Kenneth Robinette
Sharon Robinson
Patti Rodgers
Donna Rumble
Lyann Rust
Cindy Saldin
Robert Sanabria
Kay Sardo
Tim and Elizabeth Schaebethal
Paul Schissler
Greg and Miriam Schwartz
Harvey and Colleen Schwartz
Karolyn Schwartz
Corrinne Servais
Carole Sharpe and Lou Piotrowski
Jane and Jon Shaughnessy
Paul Shelley
Janet Simpson
Carol and David Smith
Christopher and Catherine Smith
Dorothy and William Smith
Kirk Smith
Michael Smith
Stan and Marian Snapp
Sheila Sondik
Rick and Debra Staeb
Douglas Starcher
John and Sandie Starr
Joe Steele and Janice Marlega
Richard Steele
Barbara and North Storms
Thomas and Gerri Strang
James and Beverly Sturek
Bill and Karen Summers
Steve Swank
Charles Sylvester and Kathleen McNaughton
Taya and Anthony Winter
James and Pamela Terhorst
Brien Thane
Mark Tompkins
Tom and Carol Torgeson
Dianne Tudor
David and Eileen Turk
Kathryn Utter
Timothy and Patricia Villhauer
Barbara Wallace
Sabrina and Frank Walton
Ann Wark
Andrea and John Warner
Kathy Washatka
Chris Webb and Catriona Munro
Ken and Phyllis Weber
Henry and Teresa Weg
Phyllis Weisenburger
Teresa and Mike Werner
Scott Wheeler
Amanda White and Greg Winter
Lorna and Douglas White
John and Kathryn Whitmer
Margaret Williamson
Bill Wright and Patrice Clark
Andrew Zanchi
Romayne Zanchi
Elsie and Richard Zarnowitz
David and Rena Ziegler
Molly and Lloyd Zimmerman
Frank and Christine Zurline
$50 - $99
James Adams and Heather Shepherd
Lorraine Affek
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