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    Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Annual Report 2009 Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Annual Report 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland By the Numbers: 11,000 – Girl members 3,100 – Adult members 980 – Lifetime members 80 – Kansas counties 1 – Council Our Mission: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Operational Headquarters: 360 Lexington, Wichita, KS 67218 (316) 684-6531 | Toll-Free: (888) 472-3683 | Fax: (316) 684-4141 | kansasgirlsouts.org • Facebook.com/ksgirlscouts • Twitter.com/ksgirlscouts • Youtube.com/ksgirlscouts • Flickr.com/photos/ksgirlscouts Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland serves more than 14,000 girls and adults in 80 Kansas counties through its operational headquarters in Wichita and regional offices in Emporia, Garden City, Hays, and Salina. Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts is the leading authority on girls’ healthy development and is the premier leadership development organization for girls.
    • Setting the Gold Standard Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland How many times have you been asked: “Do Girl Scouts have anything Board of Directors, FY 2009 equivalent to the Eagle Scout?” Officers Allison Ochoa, Chair Imagine if we could turn the tables, change perceptions, increase Shirley J. Mosher, First Vice Chair awareness—so people would ask “Do Boy Scouts have anything similar Betty Greer, Second Vice Chair to the Gold Award?” Karin Gillette, Secretary Shelley L. Hunt, Treasurer That’s exactly what we intend to do. Members At Large Mimi Balazs-Shellito, Wichita All across our council, Girl Scouts are giving back to their communities, Barbara Beran, Hays planning, developing and executing intricate projects in pursuit of their Martha Brewer, Colby Bronze, Silver, and the most-coveted Gold Award, the highest honor in Sue Dieckhoff, Salina Girl Scouting. Their efforts deserve recognition, both within our council Beth Eckert, Parsons and in our broader communities. Martha Fee, Hutchinson Cindy Hoover, Wichita Within this annual report we’d like to share the stories of Girl Scouts Elaine Hudson, Parsons who’ve gone above and beyond to earn their Gold Award—truly Candy Johnson, Emporia demonstrating Courage, Confidence and Character. We appreciate the Don Keller, Hutchinson support of donors, foundations and corporations, whose contributions Conrad Koehler, Hutchinson have made this all possible. Lorna Nelson, McPherson Callie Remschner, Garden City Gold Award winners are overdue for recognition. Now is their time. Deborah Sauer, Wichita Terri Schmitz, Parsons Yours in Girl Scouting, Sheryl Stanley, Goddard Profiles in: Joan Wagner, Kechi Beverly White, Wichita Sharon Woods, Council Grove Allison Ochoa, Shelly Chenoweth, CEO Chairman of the Board CEO Shelly Chenoweth
    • Finding Courage, Fighting Grief How one Goddard Girl Scout found Hope by Honoring a Dear Friend At 17, you’re supposed to have your whole life ahead of you. Late-night conversations with friends are supposed to center around the ups and downs of teenage relationships, college plans and putting together that “perfect” prom outfit—not on cancer treatment. But for one Goddard Girl Scout and her dear friend Audra (affectionately called “Audie”) cancer was unfortunately a topic of conversation many times. Ambassador Girl Scout Erin Blitz showed true Courage, when she faced the grief of losing a dear friend head-on, and completed a Gold Award project that not only honored Audie’s legacy, but brought hope and comfort to children whose lives have been turned upside down by a devastating diagnosis. Erin recalls vividly how the idea for her project, “Audie’s Odds and Ends” came about. “Audie passed away four days before her 18th birthday. Prior to her final hospitalization, she discovered that I was trying to complete my Gold Award, and we brainstormed different ideas. She spoke of the unbelievable boredom she experienced while in the hospital as a child and teenager. A few months after her passing, I recalled our conversation and decided that the best way to honor our friendship was to complete the project she had suggested.” Erin sought the assistance of a Gold Award advisor, Allison Wright, to help her formulate, develop and carry out a plan to create tote bags filled with toys and entertainment for pediatric cancer patients at Via Christi St. Francis.
    • Erin spent nearly 100 hours sewing, ironing, and stuffing 100 bags before delivering them on March 9, 2009, just two days after what would have been Audie’s 19th birthday. My friends often ask about my project and we reminisce about Audra. We think of the sensitive young woman who attended marching band camp during the heat of the summer and who persevered through the pain of just walking onto the field for Color Guard performances,” said Erin “I found sewing isn’t my best talent, but every hour I spent sewing tote bags is worth the distraction for a sick child. I think Audie would be pleased with the outcome. Courage
    • From Bronze, to Silver, to Gold—the Benchmark of Success Five Belleville Girl Scouts Create Restful Place for Community Their Gold Award project may have centered on benches, but these Ambassador Girl Scouts have done anything but sit around. Belleville Girl Scouts Erica Hadachek, Courtney Kasl, Laura Monsanto, Haley Hiatt and Jacie Jackson learned firsthand the definition of “sweat equity.” This is no ordinary Girl Scout Troop. Four of the five girls have been members of Girl Scout Troop 20536 for 13 years, with the fifth not far behind with 12 years of membership. Not only have they progressed through each level of Girl Scouting, they’ve also all earned their Bronze and Silver Awards. Going for the Gold Award seemed the next logical step, they just needed a project. Republic County High School Counselor Chris Klos approached the girls wanting to know if they would help build benches for the community. He had received a grant through the Resource Council and offered to supervise the project. The girls helped him build four benches last summer, donating one to the community of Munden, two to the Girl Scouts, and one to the Methodist Church in Belleville. But they didn’t stop there. “Most of us attend the Methodist Church here, and we wanted to give something back for all the support they’ve shown us for the past 13 years,” said Jacie Jackson. “We wanted to create a nice area around the bench with landscaping that could be used for Vacation Bible School, Sunday school classes, weddings, etc.” Carol Monsanto, the girls’ troop leader for the past 13 years, saw first-hand how hard the girls worked to create a peaceful sanctuary. “The project took a lot of physical labor,” said Carol. “The ground was not of good quality and required a lot of work to take the sod out. For the limestone, they actually went out to a pasture, dug it out, and transported it back to the church.”
    • Stone by Stone, Colby Girl Scout Builds Character Hard Work and Hours of Labor Result in Peace Garden “Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.” -Anne Frank If Character lies in one’s own hands, Ambassador Girl Scout Amanda Barnum of Colby has certainly earned her share. Her vision for a Peace Garden at her local church took hours of hard labor to carry out, but the result is well worth it. Amanda, an active member of Girl Scouting since Kindergarten, is no stranger to earning awards for her community service efforts. In the spring/summer of 2004 her troop (# 10162) earned their Bronze Award by scraping, priming and painting the benches at the local baseball diamonds, and earned their Silver Award in 2007 by hosting an overnight event for Girl Scouts of all ages to celebrate Girl Scout Week. But her Gold Award project was by far the most strenuous. “I definitely have more respect for those who work in construction. I don’t know that I could do that kind of work day after day, week after week,” said Amanda. “Towards the end of the grouting work I really had to persevere; it was getting colder outside and I was working with wet, rough cement.” Beginning in September of 2008, Amanda chose the location for the garden, leveled the ground and sand base, built the retaining wall, laid the flagstone and grouted. In the spring she laid the cement for the path and around the circle to help keep the wall in place and to give it a “finished” look. She then set the statuary and planted flowers. The garden was complete in June 2009, taking 10 months to complete.
    • 2009 Highlights See ‘N’ Sell: See ‘N’ Sell is an annual Arts & Craft Show benefitting Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland that takes place every year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving at the Salina Bicentennial Center. See ‘N’ Sell hosts 200 craft vendors selling homemade items as well as a variety of food vendors offering delicious treats. This community Shoppers browse through event also features performances by local choir handmade Christmas ornaments groups, an opportunity to meet Santa Claus, and at See N’ Sell. other entertainment. Girl Scouts at the Hays Cookie Kickoff test their skills in a Festival of Giving: cookie-stacking competition. More than 500 Girl Scout troops made wishes come true for 22 social service agencies at the 2009 Cookie Sale: 60th Annual Festival of Giving at Century II in The 2009 Girl Scout Cookie Program was from downtown Wichita. This event, on the first January through March 2009, with more than Saturday in December, is the largest Girl Scout 1.3 million boxes sold. This annual entrepreneurial service project of the year. It provides an tradition funds initiatives such as the council’s opportunity for Girl Scouts from Butler, Cowley, financial aid program for families, community- Girl Scouts collect thousands of Harvey, Sedgwick and Sumner counties to say service projects, summer camp offerings, troop stuffed animals to give to United “thank you” to the community for their Way of the Plains, which in turn are trips, educational opportunities for Girl Scouts given to children in crisis. continued support of Girl Scouting. The girls and their leaders, program development and make or purchase gifts for local social service much more. agencies, as well as host booths with service projects.
    • Key Partnerships 2009 Financials Statement of Activities Year Ended September 30, 2009 Audited and submitted to Board of Directors for approval. We receive more We’re deeply grateful for the unwavering Unrestricted Temporarily Permanently Total than $450,000 support of corporations and foundations Restricted Restricted annually from including: Support and Revenue United Ways and Community Public Support • Homer E. Bjork Family Trust – $63,500 to Funds. We appreciate the support Donations $ 119,368 $ 158,333 $ 2,700 $ 280,401 of the following: support Girl Scouting in Thomas County In-kind donations 2,679 2,679 • K.T. Wiedemann Foundation – $10,000 to United Way of Barton County support Council-wide art programs United Way 496,205 496,205 Coffeyville United Fund • Spirit AeroSystems – $25,000 to support Grant revenue 133,129 133,129 Cowley County United Way STEM and leadership programming Special events 34,436 34,436 United Way of Dickinson County • Baughman Foundation – $10,000 general Change in value of beneficial United Way of Dodge City operating support interest in charitable remainder trust (10,000) (10,000) United Way of El Dorado • Finnup Foundation – $13,081 to support the Total public support $ 785,817 158,333 ( 7,300) 936,850 United Way of Ellis County renovations of the Garden City Little House Revenue Finney County United Way • Kansas Health Foundation – $19,615 for Cookie sales, net 2,482,841 2,482,841 United Way of Flint Hills various summer programming Fall opportunity/other product sales, net 287,435 287,435 Hoisington United Way • The Lattner Family Foundation – $10,000 for Supply sales, net 192,162 192,162 Independence Community Chest general operating support Camping Fees 136,473 136,473 United Way of Labette County • Verla Nesbitt Joscelyn Foundation – a total of Program fees 191,810 191,810 United Way of McPherson County $11,000 for general operating support Investment income (loss) 27,833 11,321 39,154 Overbrook Community Chest • William T. Kemper Foundation – $7,000 for Miscellaneous income 38,445 38,445 United Way of the Plains repairs and renovations of the Garden City Pratt County United Fund Little House Total revenue 3,356,999 11,321 3,368,320 United Way of Reno County • Bank of America Foundation – $5,000 for Total public support and revenue 4,142,816 169,654 (7,300) 4,305,170 Rice County United Way outreach programming Net assets released from restriction 150,393 (150,393) Salina Area United Way • Flint Hills Girl Scout Foundation and the Expenses Seward County United Way Betty L. Wright Tribute Fund – $5,710 for Program services 3,619,846 3,619,846 Sterling Community Chest Emporia region programs and Scouterships Support services • Jane and Bernard Reeble Foundation – Administrative 760,985 760,985 $5,000 program support for the Fundraising 301,424 301,424 Emporia region Total expenses 4,682,255 4,682,255 • Stella A. & Ray E. Dillon Foundation – a total Changes in net assets 389,046) 19,261 (7,300) (377,085) ( of $5,000 for general operating support Net assets, beginning of year 10,551,940 498,473 889,195 11,939,608 Net assets, end of year $ 10,162,894 $ 517,734 $ 881,895 $ 11,562,523
    • 2009 Annual Report Donor Category List – These gifts were made in FY ‘09, which reflects giving Oct. 1, 2008 through Sept. 30, 2009. Juliette Low Society Stella A and Commerce Bancshares Foundation Mr. and Ms. Montie Greer $100,000+ Ray E Dillon Foundation, Inc. Commerce Bank of Garden City Henkle Drilling & Supply Co., Inc. United Way of the Plains United Way of Barton County Dane G. Hansen Foundation Mr. Eric Hirsh United Way of Dodge City, Inc. Daniel J. Taylor Family Hoisington United Way United Way of El Dorado Charitable Foundation Kansas Prima Gold Circle – $50,000+ United Way of Ellis County Marty Fee Ms. Patricia A. Kennedy Homer E. Bjork Family Trust William T. Kemper Foundation Fidelity State Bank and Trust Company Mary F. & Albert Baker Memorial Trust K. T. Wiedemann Foundation Ms. Valarie Florio Mr. and Mrs. C. Eric McCurley Silver Circle – $25,000+ Ambassadors – $2,500+ Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fowler Midwest Energy, Inc. City of Garden City Grace M. Starlin Charitable Trust Mr. Dave R. Ramirez Spirit AeroSystems Coffeyville United Fund Melba V. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. James Remsberg United Way of Reno County Cowley County United Way, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hunt Richard L. Mangieri Living Trust United Way of the Flint Hills Earl Bane Foundation Lutheran Community Foundation Saline County Greater Salina Community Foundation New Iron & Metal of Liberal Sedgwick County Bronze Circle – $10,000+ Independence Community Chest Mrs. Alice Packer Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline Baughman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lee Phillips III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strandmark INTRUST Bank Finnup Foundation Trust Piping & Equipment Co., Inc The City of Osborne Ken and Jan Shannon Family Foundation Kansas Health Foundation Schaefer Johnson Cox Frey Architecture The Kearney County Bank Mildred and Rolland Middlekauff Marylouise D. Meder Trust Servant Christian Community Foundation The Kenneth Castle Charitable Trust Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Rolph Mrs. Angela Stateler The Scoular Foundation Rice County United Way Salina Area United Way, Inc. Sterling Community Chest Mr. James H. Upshaw Mr. and Mrs. David Rolph The Lattner Family Foundation Tebo Development Company Mr. and Mrs. Sterling V. Varner Rouback Family Foundation, Inc. Verla Nesbitt Joscelyn Foundation The Robert M. Beren Foundation Ms. Patricia Walker S.M. & Laura H. Brown Charitable Trust Mrs. Velma Wallace The Rotary Club of Hutchinson Mr. Duane E. West Frank and Marie Mildrexter Foundation Trust The Sweat Family Foundation Western State Bank Friendship Circle $5,000+ United Way of Dickinson County, Inc. United Way of Labette County Wichita Community Foundation Anonymous United Way of McPherson County Ms. Donna L. Vanier Ms. Sandra Wiederstein Bank of America USA Funds Boy Scouts Coronado Area Council Wal-Mart Foundation Cadettes – $500+ Juniors – $250+ Finney County United Way Betty L. Wright Tribute Fund Anonymous Anonymous Flint Hills Girl Scout Foundation Mrs. Mary V. Balazs-Shellito Altrusa Club of Emporia Kansas Foundation Girl Scout Alumni & Friends Seniors – $1,000+ Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Brewer American Chemical Society Wichita Girl Scouts of the USA Mr. Keith L. Anderson Buckley Industries, Inc. American State Bank and Dr. Daniel Housholder and D. V. Douglass Roofing, Inc. Trust Company, N.A. Ash Grove Charitable Foundation Dr. Martha S. Housholder Mr. and Mrs. Daniels Andrews McMeel Universal Foundation Mrs. Barbara Beran Jane and Bernard Reeble Foundation Ms. Sue E. Dieckhoff Dr. Mitzi M. Bales, M.D. Carl M and Ruth L Coonrod Pratt County United Fund Ms. Karen K. Ebert Ms. Reva L. Benien Family Foundation Seward County United Way First National Bank in Cimarron Blue Beacon International, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Chandler III Star Lumber & Supply Company George & Belle Pearce Foundation City Plumbing Co., Inc. Charitable Foundation Shelly Chenoweth Golden Plains Credit Union Community Market Place
    • Compton Construction Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams Mr. and Mrs. William Estes Ladies Auxiliary VFW Auxiliary Post 2279 Conco Construction Mr. and Mrs. Dan Winegar Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Etzler Ms. Monica Legleiter CREW - TECT Aerospace Mr. Jack Focht and Lindsborg Kiwanis Club Ms. Kathie Crispin Brownies – $100+ Mrs. Gloria Farha Flentje Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lomax Mr. and Mrs. Sean DiGiovanni Mr. and Mrs. George Ablah Dr. Jim Farha McCarty Dairy L.L.C. Mrs. Marlo Dolezal Ms. Constance M. Achterberg Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farmer Ms. Lorraine M. McClain Mr. and Mrs. Anonio J. Durano Alfalfa, Inc. FHL Bank Topeka Mr. Guy D. McClaskey Ms. Coleen Dyson Mr. and Mrs. Clealand F. Baker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher Ms. Joan McCormick EnerSys, Inc. Ms. E. J. Bandt Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Lewis Ms. Susan F. McKinney Finney County Attorney’s Office Ms. Cathy Barnes Fred and Stella Kopke Foundation Mr. Bobb A. Meckenstock Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Godfrey Mrs. Patsy R. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Friesen Midwest Feeders, Inc. Ms. Helen M. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Jim Behring Mr. and Mrs. James C. Fritz Mr. and Mrs. Bradley T. Miller Ms. Shelly Harris Dr. Nona Berghaus Frontier Ag Inc. Ms. Linda Mills Heartland Building Center, Inc. Ms. Karen J. Blomquist Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gangel Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mollhagen Ms. Elaine Hudson Bob’s Super Saver, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Carlos E. Garcia Ms. Marlene Moxter Insurance Planning Inc. Mr. William R. Brenner Ms. Elizabeth A. Garrison Ms. Lois V. Neff International Association of Machinists Ms. Deborah Brinegar Golden Belt Bank Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O’Brate & Aerospace Workers Mrs. Janet Buckley Ms. Helen L. Graves Optimist Club of Hays, Inc. James A. & Juliet L. Davis Foundation, Inc. Building Controls & Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Haas Mr. and Mrs. Joel Pasilas Ms. Carol A. Junk Mrs. Jacqueline O. Burnett Ms. Dorma L. Haines Peoples State Bank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kotch Ms. Sherri Buttenhoff Hallmark Cards, Inc. Ms. Rhonda Pitts Ms. Kandi LaMar Mr. and Mrs. Terry S. Carlson Mr. Martin D. Rabalais Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Prost Lifetime Dental Care, PA Mr. and Mrs. Pat L. Carr and Ms. Mardith E. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Randle Mr. and Mrs. Linden J. Lorenson Ms. Erin Cavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanna Mr. Toni H. Renfro Nex-Tech, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Chiles Hays Lions Club Ms. Martha Rhea Overbrook Community Chest Dr. and Mrs. Bert Chronister Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P Hellmer . Royal Farms Dairy, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Pfannenstiel Dr. Barbara S. Coats High Plains Publishers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Sauer Mr. and Mrs. David Poland Mr. David C. Cole Ms. Patricia Hladsky Dr. Tim Scanlan and Dr. Kim Scanlan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts Ms. Mary A. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Bryan K. Hoover Selden Senior Citizens Rural Telephone Service Mrs. Penny Conard Hutchinson Clinic, P.A. Ms. Augusta H. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sanders Mrs. Kelly Cooper Ms. Candy K. Johnson Ms. Dawn Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schmitz Cooperative Grain & Supply Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Johnson Sloop Sales & Hook’s Repair, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Soderberg Ms. Kaye J. Crawford Jonagan Water Well Service, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Smith Soroptimists International of Hays Ms. Vesa Cunningham Kaltenbacher Charitable Trust St. Francis Lions Club Mr. and Ms. Douglas Stanley Dan’s Rent & Own Kansas Wildscape Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stewart III Mr. and Mrs. John S. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. A. Jeffrey Denton Ms. Norma Karhoff Sunflower Bank Ms. Diana Stiebens Mr. Frank Depenbusch Mr. William H. Keltner Sunflower Electric Power Corporation The Women’s Fair/Invision Prod., LLC Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Durall Ms. Tina Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sutherland Thomas County Comm. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eby Kerr Charitable Foundation Ms. Linda K. Taylor Ms. Katie Utter Ms. Mary E. L. Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Kyler Knobbe The Brown Memorial Foundation Mr. Charles W. Walker Elizabeth B. Evans Revocable Trust Ms. Lucy M. Kollhoff The Hi-Plains Co-Operative Association
    • The Tri-County Telephone Ass’n., Inc. Ms. Donna Blake Ms. Catharine B. Day Ms. Alma M. Guillen Ms. Roberta Thiry Bluestem Farm & Ranch Supply, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Deal Dr. and Mrs. Richard Guthrie, M.D. UMB Bank Ms. Paula Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Jason M. Dibbens Mr. Ross Buckles and Ms. Heather Harris Mr. and Mrs. Greg Versch Mrs. Cathy Brady Discount Glass & Mirror Hart Capital Group, LLC Wal-Mart Supercenter Ms. Jane Briley Mr. and Mrs. John Divine Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Hartenbower Mr. and Ms. James Walton Mr. and Mrs. Craig Broadbent Ms. Connie Dombroski Ms. LaFran Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Leon Westfall Mr. Benjamin Brophy Mr. and Mrs. Marck Drennan Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Haynes Mr. and Mrs. John H. White Dr. and Mrs. William H. Browning, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Greg Duick Hays Mall LLC Mr. Charles C. Wilhite Ms. Jean A. Burch Ms. Heather Dye Mr. and Mrs. James E. Heimerman Ms. Lynda Will Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Loren Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Bryan K. Henderson Mrs. Jeanne Willig Ms. Karla Burris Ms. Nedra Elbl Ms. Elyse Hergenreder Winfield Kiwanis Club Mr. and Mrs. Monte Burtin Ms. Petra Elkins Ms. Victoria L. Herl Judge and Mrs. John Wooley Ms. Gina Buster Mr. Phillip Ellis Ms. Mary J. Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Callison, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ellner Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Herron Mr. Robert S. Wunsch Ms. Margaret M. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Gary Emigh Mrs. Annuli Higgins Ms. Kim H. Zinszer Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Campbell Evelyn Walden Revocable Trust Ms. Amy L. Hoffman Daisies - (Up to $99) Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Carlson Ms. Jean Fanshier Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Hopkins Mr. Gary D. Adams Ms. Jean Case Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Faust Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Horton Ms. Marcelle M. Allen Casey’s General Stores Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Hosey American Legion Post #5 Casterline Investments, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hughes Mr. George D. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Castle First Neodesha Bank Ms. Beulah Hunzeker Ms. Sandra K. Brummett CedarView Assisted Living Ms. Lorraine E. Foley Hutchinson Community Foundation Ms. Mar Jean Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Chappell N. M. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ireland Ms. Marcia Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Claycamp Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Frauenfelder Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Irvin Ms. Viola G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Clutter Ms. Joyce M. French Ivy Leaf Chapter 75 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. William W. Coester Mrs. LaVerne Gates Order of the Eastern Star Anonymous Coffey County Land Title Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Haldon W. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. Martin Janzen Mr. Wayne Arnel Mr. and Mrs. Phil Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gibson JCPenney Company Fund, Inc. Mr. Rick Fresh and Ms. Kelly Combs Ms. Estel Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Johnson Ms. Gina Austin-Fresh Ms. Jammie Conley Ms. Karin Gillette Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ayesh Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Cornish Girl Scout Troop 594 Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rodney M. Bachofer Ms. Julie Cowell Ms. Pat Godshall Ms. Linda Jones Mrs. Janet S. Baird Mr. and Mrs. John Cowley Gone Logo Inc. Ms. Jennifer D. Kastens Ms. Lois Balkenhol Ms. Anita Crane Ms. Jane Goodell Ms. Judy Keeton Bank of Commerce & Trust Co. Ms. Jennifer Crawford Dr. and Mrs. Hew Goodpasture Mr. and Mrs. Regan Keim Bank of Hays Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crum GoodSearch Mr. and Mrs. Jason N. Kelley Ms. Heather M. Barmore Mr. and Mrs. James B. Daily Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorney Mr. and Mrs. William Kerns Ms. Kara E. Belew Mr. and Mrs. David L. Daniels Ms. Melissa Gray Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. King Mr. Wilmar J. Bergmann Dave’s Electric Gray Farms Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Kinney Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bevis Ms. April Davis Ms. Donna Green Ms. Pamela J. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Chris R. Biddle Ms. Rochelle Davis Ms. Lesley Green Kiwanis Club of Emporia Kansas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Black Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dawson Ms. E. Marie Gregg Ms. Barbara J. Knight
    • Ms. Jane Knight New Covenant UMW Mr. and Mrs. Tony W. Rues Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Tennyson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Koontz Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Newcomer Rush County VFW Post No. 3147 Mr. Mike Soetaert and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kunz Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Ochoa Ms. Eleanor Russell Ms. Melanie Terrill Ladies Auxiliary To V.F.W. Post 1714 Ms. Jo O’Dell Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Russell The County Seat Mr. and Ms. Joe J. Lapping Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Odle Ms. Susan F. Russell Ms. Randi Thimesch Mr. and Mrs. Michael Le Clear Old Chicago Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruth Ms. DeeAnn Tice Mr. Vernon G. Lee, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. John Palenz Mr. and Mrs. Marc R. Ryan Dr. Donald K. Tillman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewelling Ms. Diane Paris Frickey S & S Oil and Propane Co, Inc. Ms. Belinda A. Tomasi Ms. Helen T. Lindahl Mr. Kelly Parks Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Sagehorn Ms. Elizabeth Torres Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lock Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Parks Sanders Electric Ms. Aileen Upshaw Ms. Rachel Loersch Dr. John C. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scannapieco Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Upshaw Mr. and Mrs. Jason Loibl Mr. and Mrs. Jon R. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Jay K. Scott Ms. Myrna Vargas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Long Ms. Lori Perez Scott Rock Company LLC Mr. and Mrs. Vicente Vital Lyon County Historical Society Personal Service Insurance, Inc. Scribner Insurance Agency, L.L.C. Mr. and Ms. John M. Wallen Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Maerz Mr. and Mrs. Milford J. Peterson Ms. Karla Scriven and Ms. Dee Scriven Wal-Mart Supercenter Ms. Margaret J. Mahoney Ms. Tresa R. Peterson-Johnson Security State Bank Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weber Mr. and Mrs. Gail E. Marcuson Ms. Patsy Jo Postlethwait Mr. Mark L. Rice Ms. Gwen Welshimer Ms. Barbara J. Marshall Mr. Michael E. Prather and Mrs. Sandra M. Seddon-Rice Mr. and Mrs. Doug L. Wenzel Ms. Regina Martinez Ms. Georgia A. Ptacek Mr. John A. See Mr. and Mrs. Nathan O. West Mr. and Mrs. Hector Maya Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Ramsey Ms. Beth J. Shearer Ms. Tracey J. Westerfield Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McCoskey Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ramseyer Ms. Allison Shellito Mr. and Mrs. Chris Whisenhunt Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. McDaniel Ms. Velma F. Rayl Ms. Belva J. Shelton Ms. Janet Whitaker Ms. Dana McGovern The Recycling Guy Mr. Paul E. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. John Widdowson Ms. Lavina J. McIlvain Redbud Design Mrs. Cheryl L. Shepherd-Adams Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Wilch Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McKain Ms. Michelle Redmond Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy A. Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Williams Meade Co-Op The Co-Operative Mr. Randall R. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sieger Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams Elevator & Supply Co. and Ms. Saralyn Reece Hardy Sisters of St. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moody Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reep Ms. Gladys M. Smiley Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Wilson Mr. David P . Moore Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rethorst Ms. Candace Smith Dr. Joe Wommack and Ms. Vicki L. Pipher-Moore Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Rhodes Ms. Nancy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Billie W. Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. Linden J. Moore Ms. Debbie Rippie Solomon State Bank Ms. Sharon K. Woods Mrs. Leanne Moore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Robben Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Soukup Mr. Bruce H. Wyatt and Ms. Tangela Moore Dr. Heather A. Robben Ms. Bernice E. Spielman Mrs. Margaret Palm Wyatt Dr. F. A. Moorhead, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Marshall P . Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosher Mrs. Carolyn Roby Ms. Shelly Stewart Ms. Sarah Munoz Ms. Ellen Rochau Stockton Area United Fund Ms. Joanne F. Murray Rooks County Ms. Nadean Stoney Needle Nook Fabrics Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Rose, Jr. Strate Construction, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Nelson Ms. Kindra N. Roudybush Ms. Vivian L. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Darwin L. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ruehlen Tampa State Bank
    • Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, Inc. 360 Lexington Road, Wichita, KS 67218 (316) 684-6500 • kansasgirlscouts.org