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2011 Annual Report

  1. 1. COMMUNITY BICYCLE CENTER P.O. Box 783, Biddeford, ME 04005 | (207) 282.9700 | Annual Report 2011
  2. 2. Community Bicycle Center | page 2NOTE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2011During 2011 the CBC continued progress toward enhancing the quality of its program activitiesand developing its staff/volunteer base. These efforts resulted in positively impacting the life skillsdevelopment of the youth we serve. We developed a stronger financial foundation through sup-port of foundation grants, developing relationships with our individual and corporate donors,continuing our bike safety education work through a Maine Department of Transportation con-tract, and growing our silent auction benefit.On the personnel front we completed our transition from several supportive years of AmeriCorpsand AmeriCorps*VISTA members to three full-time staff focused on sustaining mission-focusedprograms, resource development, and community relations efforts. Our direct-service volunteerbase spent more time developing mentoring relationships with the kids we serve. Consistent staffmembers and dedicated volunteers directly resulted in positive mentoring outcomes with kids.In 2011 we were recognized by Kids Free to Grow (aka Child Abuse Prevention Council of YorkCounty) with their Friend of York Countys Children Award. We increased our communityoutreach through efforts including implementing a mobile bike repair outreach station we callBike Doctor. As you will read, our core program activities resulting in kids cycling more miles withus, having more enrichment experiences outside of the four walls of the CBC, and learning what itmeans to give back to others. Kids are increasing their developmental assets.Thank you for the support of our staff, volunteers, and community in providing opportunities foryouth to grow! Take care and watch out for what we have planned for 2012. Sincerely, i Sincerely, Andy Greif d Andy f Executive Director Administrative Financials 2011 Miscellaneous Special Events 7% 0.2% 8% Merchandise Sales 2% Donations Gifts in Kind 20% 6% Fundraising 22% Contract Income 25% Programs 71% Grants 39% EXPENSES INCOME TOTAL: $158,795 TOTAL: $238,432
  3. 3. Community Bicycle Center | page 3 Annual Report 2011 At a Glimpse: 2011 in Snapshots JANUARY: Youth repaired FEBRUARY: Adults & youth MARCH: Six boys, seven girls,bikes throughout the winter, competed during the annual and 15 mentors graduated earning 148 bikes in 2011 Ice Bike Race Benefit from Bike MonkeysAPRIL: Five CBCers camped- MAY: Youth cyclists rode JUNE: Ten youth & theirout at Mount A. during a Trek nearly 10,000 miles during the mentors trained, fundraised, teambuilding trip summer & shoulder seasons and rode in the Trek JULY: Bike Doctor outreach AUGUST: Sixteen girls and SEPTEMBER: Youth pedaled toserved kids who were unable women learned camping & from school during Bike to to access our fixed location skills during the annual trip School WednesdaysOCTOBER: CBC ghosts, ghouls NOVEMBER: CBC friends had DECEMBER: Youth painted a& a Wonder Woman rode on fun bidding on art & items flying bicycle mural in the an annual Halloween Ride during our second auction Bike Part Art room
  4. 4. Community Bicycle Center | page 4YOUTH SPOTLIGHT: Sophia & Devyn Hibbard Annual Report 2011Sophia and Devyn Hibbard couldn’t have guessed that they were both one step closer to forming life alter-ing lifestyle changes and resiliency skills every time they hauled their bicycle down three flights of apart-ment building stairs to get to CBC. They initially joined because it seemed “fun” and now, five years later,Sophia, Devyn, and their parents are still amazed at the impact CBC programs have had on their lives.During a recent doctor’s visit, Sophia learned that her chronic asthma, something she had struggled with allher life, had been significantly reduced to bronchial spasms. According to her doctor, Sophia’s ability toovercome asthma is a direct result of her health, fitness, and nutrition changes made through CBC bike rides,indoor cycling classes, and Trek Across Maine training rides.When Devyn was losing interest in schoolwork and overwhelmed at a new school, one of his teachersnoticed that he was motivated by bikes and bike mechanics learned at CBC. His teacher was able tore-engage Devyn in school by adapting the lessons to meet Devyn’s interest in bikes. Devyn experiencedsuccess at school and, more importantly, discovered his personal learning style.Sophia and Devyn’s parents are grateful for opportunities provided through CBC and are quick to tell peoplethat the CBC mentors and volunteers may not be “family by blood, but they are a family through bikes!” Our programs engage youth and adult community members in asset-building experiences through the following program activities that span accessibility to safe bikes, bicycle riding safety, and community service initiatives. We operate year-round, five to six days a week with expanded program- ming during the summer months to meet the needs of kids during the summer. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS COMMUNITY OUTREACH Earn-a-Bike: The CBC’s educational bike repair shop The CBC facilitates community outreach opened every weekday afternoon, year round foractivities throughout the year serving over children to learn lifeskills through repairing and maintain- 1,500 individuals. A select few include: ing bicycles. During our EAB afternoons, kids completed countless safety inspections and repaired 148 bicycles for*Refurbished bikes for Joyful Harvest themselves, friends, and family members.Youth andNeighborhood Center, Good Shepard young adults developed mentoring relationships withParish, Northern York County YMCA, caring adults while problem-solving bike repair andH.O.M.E. Co-op, and Bikes Not Bombs maintenance issues. Participants experienced commit- ment, learned to advocate for themselves, and devel-*Bike Safety classes taught to Biddeford oped self-reliance and teambuilding skills.Primary School physical educationstudents Bike Doctor Outreach: CBC recently expanded our existing Earn-a-Bike program to include community*Facilitating a seasonal Bike & Walk to outreach to segments of the Biddeford populationSchool program for the Biddeford Middle without access to our fixed location. Bike Monkey’sSchool and Intermediate School students graduates, youth completing mandated community service, and experienced CBC participants accompa-*Bike repair classes taught to Biddeford nied our lead mechanic to provide free bike repair inHigh School ASPIRE students and Cub neighborhoods where kids live. In addition to learningScout Pack 302 of Kennebunk valuable community service concepts, older youth developed job skills including commitment, organiza-*Participating in Sweetser School Vehicle tional strategies, customer service and personal responsi-Fair, Shaw’s Family Safety Day, Bacon bility. CBC will continue to pilot the “Bike Doctor”Street Festival, and Family Safety Nights at program in 2012, using a highly-visible, self-containedBiddeford Intermediate, Primary, and J.F. cargo bike made possible through the Alfred and Doro-Kennedy Schools thy Suzi Osher Memorial Foundation, the Maine Commu- nity Foundation, and DSM Metal Fabrications.*Initiating Maine’s first Bike Doctor Continued on page 5Outreach Program to work with kids off-site
  5. 5. Community Bicycle Center | page 5PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS CONTINUED Annual Report 2011Bike Monkeys Training: Bike Monkeys, our signature program that matches adult mentors with youthduring an eight-week formal bike repair course, expanded to include a girls-only version. Six boys andseven girls graduated with the help of over fifteen mentors committed to their success. Bike Monkeygraduates “give back” through outreach projects, and passing their knowledge onto new volunteers andyounger children during Earn-a-Bike sessions. One 2010 graduate continued to develop his bike repairand leadership skills by co-facilitating the 2011 coed Bike Monkey program.Bike Ride Adventures*: During the summer and shouldering seasons, kids gathered at the shop three(sometimes four) days a week to learn safe cycling skills during group road, mountain bike, and tandemrides. CBC cyclists explored York County by bicycle, taking advantage of new trail systems and breakingpersonal mileage and fitness goals. Fifty kids pedaled nearly 10,000 cumulative miles during 79 bike rides.Seven kids reached the 500 Mile Club, three kids reached the 750 Mile Club, and one twelve-year oldreached the 1,000 Mile Club and rode on to be the first member of the 2,000 Mile Club! A few kids learnedhow to captain tandems for their CBC friends during group rides.Girls’ Empowerment Group: The CBC’s all-girls bike riding club rode every Friday during its April-October season, averaging five girls per session. While pedaling nearly 2,500 cumulative miles, partici-pants connected with other girls and developed relationships with positive female role models in thecommunity. Girls practiced bike repair skills learned during girls-only Bike Monkeys, cycled the 25 mile loopin the Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s Women’s Ride in Freeport, and overcame physical challenges duringweekly bike rides. Sixteen girls and women learned how to responsibly build fires, explore tide pools, andkayak during the group’s third annual camping trip.Trek Across Maine Cycling Team: For the 12th consecutive year, our youth/adult charity cyclingteam trained, fundraised, and cycled in the 180-mile, three-day Trek Across Maine for the American LungAssociation of New England. Ten kids and their mentors (four tandems, one quad bicycle, and four singleroad bikes!) completed the Trek along with 30 adult team members. The camaraderie of this diverse teamcontributed to improved healthy living habits, developing safe group cycling and bike repair skills, andpromoted fundraising for this invaluable community organization. Since 2000, approximately 306 CBCteam members have raised over $196,000 for lung health initiatives. * *CBC is a local Trips for Kids chapterTHANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU We hope the following words express our genuine thanks. Thank you to the volunteers, donors, andthe Maine Department of Transportation for generously contributing your time, money, and skills to servethe developmental asset needs of kids in northern York County through the Community Bicycle Center.Volunteers and donors are the backbone of the CBC, without whom our lifeskills programs would not bepossible. In 2011 alone, you helped us serve over 300 kids through our onsite programs and over 1,500kids and families through our outreach efforts. Kids were more successful in relationships, in their families,during school and in our community because of you. Thank you!!!SUPPORTERS & VOLUNTEERSBusinesses & Casco Bay Bicycle Club Clark, Friel & Joyce, P.A. Gagne Plumbing & Heating Gawron Turgeon Architects Moody’s Auto Body Collision Repair CenterOrganizations Cole Harrison Agency Cushman Transportation Consulting Genest Concrete Works, Inc Haley’s Metal Shop, Inc New Morning Natural Foods, Inc Neverdun Farm DAC Sales Hannaford Store #8403 Oak Point AssociatesFinancial Contributors DHI Real Estate Consulting Services Hannaford Store # 225 Ocean View PropertiesAmerican Lung Association of New England DMM, Inc J. Godbout Plumbing & Heating PatagoniaBack Country Excursions of Maine DSM Metal Fabrications Kennebunk Savings Bank Pelletier Heating & PropertyBank of America Eastern Mechanicals Likin Bikin Pension ProfessionalsBiddeford Pool Community Club Employee Community Action Council Livingston Hughes Surveyors People’s Choice Credit UnionBiddeford Saco Rotary Club of General Dynamics Macomber Counseling Services Pepsi Beverages Co.Biddeford Savings Bank First Maine Real Estate Maine Coast Cycling Club Play-it-Again Sports, PortlandBruce’s Auto Service Free Masons Dunlap Lodge #47 Maine Veterinary Referral Center Continued on page 6
  6. 6. Continued from page 5 Community Bicycle Center | page 6 Businesses & Office Environments Joe Yuhas VOL Anne Miller Organizations Ogunquit Playhouse John & Cornelia Kittredge Arthur J. Mooney Annual Report 2011 Port Mandeaux Karen & Craig Nelson VOL UW Bart & Tricia Weyand Portland Green Streets Kathleen & Andy McGuire VOL Bernice Wood VOL UW Financial Contributors Portland Pirates Kelly & Sandy Brook Bill & Kim Hauschild Quinn’s Bike & Fitness Portland Velocipede Kenneth & Ann Putney Bill & Monica Grabin Rodney’s Resort Pratt & Whitney Kenneth Spirer & Joan Leitzer Bob & Jane Hamblen Roger’s Barber Shop Precision Screw Machine Products Maggie Waren & David Wood Brian King Rousseau Insurance Agency Saco Frame Center & Gallery Mark & Kitty Wheeler Bronwyn Potthoff Saco & Biddeford Savings Saddleback Mountain Maureen White VOL Carl Lakari Saco Valley Credit Union Seaside Builders Michael & Susan Swanton Carl Walsh Seaside Builders Shaws-Biddeford Milt & Helen Ryder Chris Bailey Shaws-Biddeford Shipyard Brewing Co. Nancy Grant & Mike Boyson Chris Behan Soleras Sooperdogs, LLC Nathan & Karen Jordan UW Chris Ebbrecht VOL Sun Management, Inc Southern Maine Medical Center Noel Begin UW Chris Heutison The Glass Guyz Summer Feet Cycling Paul Cavalli Chris Northrop The Run of the Mill Sun Bicycles Paul Wood Christina Stone Trips For Kids Sunshine Pools, Maine Peter & Kimberly Gillingham Christine K. Paul Unum Supervalu Peter Lindsay & Kate Binzen Chuck Hennessey Violence No More, Inc TCM/Unger & Associates, LLC Phil & Marylou Havey VOL Claire R. Ganter York County Federal Credit Union The Lobster Co. Priscilla Belanger UW Clint & Becky Marshall Tim Hortons #11052 Ralph & Suzanne Austin Connie Ortolani In-Kind Time Warner Cable Richard Wade Craig & Joyce Locke Alano Limited Union House Pub & Pizza Roland Gagne VOL Dakota Fitzgerald VOL At Your Service Video Production VIP Tour & Charter Bus Company Roland & Joy Eon Danielle Casey Bee in Nature Shop W.W. Grainger, Inc Ronald Paquette UW Darin & Serafina Carlucci Bicycle Coalition of Maine York’s Wild Kingdom Zoo Sally & Jeffery Madore David & Sally Howe Bonanza Steakhouse Seth Harkness & Rachel Weyand David Greif Bosco Jewelry Sharon Frazier David Hubert Broadway Gardens Individuals & Shirley Bowen VOL David O’Connor Carl Goodwin, Inc. Families Stephen Fleurent UW Dean & Jean Meggison Cole Road Cafe Sue & Tom Gray VOL Denise Doyon Community Cycling Club of Portland Wally Estrella VOL Deborah Shepherd Copy-it $1,000+ Wendy Robinson UW Dennis & Cheryl Levasseur Data Rite of Maine, Inc Anthony Paul UW Diane Lambert Dupuis Hardware Locksmith Irvin & Nanette Greif Up to $99 Dick Boisvert Eden Valley Bakers Jill Welch Adam Castiglione Don Girard Eye Sun Holisitic Massage Jim & Joan Emerson VOL Anonymous (18) Donald & Jeannine Couture F-8 Photography Marion Freeman & Corson Ellis A. Silver Donald & Nancy Gnecco F.O. Goldthwaite Rick & Tina LaChance VOL UW Al & Vicki Adams Donal Blodgett, II Fast-Teks Tim Corbeil VOL UW Alan Nelson Donna James First Class Nail Spa Amy Wentworth Eileen & Adolf Cohn Gorham Bike & Fitness $500-$999 Andre & Pricilla Baillargeon Elise Boyson VOL Grandy Oats Bruce Church VOL UW Andrew Burnell Elizabeth Cromley Grittys Chris & Brigitte Robinson UW Andrew Michaud Eva Downs Harris Farm X-Country Ski Dylan & Andrea Stark TTE Anna Vanasse Fran Kessler-Richardson Hearth & Soul Sonia & John Robertson Ann Thompson Frank Gooding Holmes Tree Farm Stephen & Alicia Spenlinhauer Anne & Bill Hidell George Hughes Hyperlite Mountain Gear Kittery Trading Post $100 to $499 Continued on page 7 La Flamme’s Lobster Andy & Justine Greif Lasting Memories Videotaping Anne Osher & David Herman *VOL = Volunteer, UW = United Way Designation Lincoln Outdoor Center Becky Harkema VOL Lovell Design Bob Collins & Kate Adams VOL Lyons Coffee Service, Inc Bradbury Sherwood UW Maine Architectural Ironworks Brian & Deborah Dallaire Maine Art Gallery Brian Gionest UW “...Ive been coming here almost Maine Seaside Rentals, Inc Bryan Lewis half my life...I think what keeps Meineke Car Care Center Dan Paradis UW Music on Main Street: Daniel & Patricia LaChance bringing me back here is all the -Biddeford Savings Bank David & Anne Gould supportive adults...Im close to a -Dean Tourigny, D.M.D. David & Melinda Anderson -Dietz Associates David M. St. Onge UW lot of people here...Ive learned -Edward J. Hirst, DMD Dennis & Patricia Boston how to be patient, and to wait -Hull Law Offices, LLC Diane Palmer UW -Heart of Biddeford Doug Dolan your turn. Ive made bikes, gone -Journal Tribune Doug Hooper VOL on really long rides but, I also -Mainely Newspapers Frank Wertheim VOL UW -Ned’s Bakes & BBQs Gregory LeVasseur UW learned about friendship..." -Oak Point Associates Holly Culloton -P & C Insurance Hung Mai UW -Sun Chronicle Janice & Anthony DiBona Riley McNeil -Woodman Edmands Danylik Janice & Donald Burnell Age 12 Austin Smith & Pacques, P.A. Jean Drummond Northern York County YMCA Jim & Donna McAllister
  7. 7. Continued from page 6 Community Bicycle Center | page 7Individuals & Peggy Bean Bud Nason VOL Kyle Limatainen VOL Grantors Annual Report 2011Families Peter A. Hanson Britton Wolfe Lauren McKenna VOL Peter Dollard Caitlyn Hibbard VOL Leo GlaudeGeorge Monteith Peter Chace VOL Caleb McGuire VOL Linda Ward Alfred and Dorothy Suzi Osher MemorialGordon Platt Peter W. Danton Callie Locke VOL Lucas Petermann FoundationGordon Russell Philip & Marsha Denison Caren-Marie Michel Luke Fuller Anonymous (Foundation Source)Helene Plourde Philip & Lorraine Paquet Cary Huggins Marnie Briggs VOL Bank of AmericaJack Savona Ralph LaRiviere VOL Chris Hale VOL Mary Mancini Horizon Foundation, IncJames Martel UW Randa Thomas Christine K. Paul Maryalice Walker VOL Leonard C. and Mildred F. FergusonJane Gallaudet Raymond & Patricia Gagne Chris Larochelle Matt Baldwin VOL FoundationJane O’Brien Raynold & Jacqueline Goulet Cody Boisvert VOL Matt Perkins VOL Frances Hollis Brain FoundationJeri Schroeder Rich & Paula Abramson Colin Page Maureen Brydon Maine Community FoundationJerome Mullin Richard Barnes Dan Dallaire VOL Megan Dunn VOL North Face Explore FundJim Harris Robert & Pamela Mohlin Dan Lang & Mary Zachary- Melissa Plummer Sam L. Cohen FoundationJohn Andrews Richard Lansburgh Lang VOL Michael Couture VOL Smart Wool Advocacy FundJohn & Carole German Rita Capalbo UW Daniel Melnick VOL Michael Froning VOL The Masonic Charitable Foundation ofJohn & Danielle Daly Robert Rioux Danny Marcotte VOL Michael Houlihan VOL the Grand Lodge of MaineJohn & Lynne Cox Roland & Jeannine Cronkite Deborah & Paul Gelardi Michael Otte VOL United Way of York CountyJohn & Madelyn Conroy Ron Martel Eddie Sharood VOL Michael Wood Virginia Hodgkins Somers FoundationJohn Clinton Rosalind Anton Elaine LaRiviere VOL Molly ColmanJohn Daniel Lichtman Rebecca Normandeau VOL Ellisha Krutuleski VOL Montress KennistonJoseph & Joan Klein Steve & Nancy Murphy Elizabeth Cohen VOL Nancy InnesJulie Villemaire Steven Cutone Garrett Santos VOL Naomi Seaward VOLKaren Duggan McLaughlin Steven M. Thompson UW Gordon & Eleanor Merrick Nora TryonKathy Potrepka Sue Pettingill Gregory Rec Paul & Sarah BonneauKen Koehler VOL Susan Smith Haley Boutin VOL Paul BradyLarry Lopes VOL Toby Ann Greeberg Hank Andolsek VOL Pedro Revolorio VOLLaurie Jo Ready Todd Smith Helena & Eben Brook VOL Peter & Judy HoffLeigh Smith William A. Kany Hollsted Cox VOL Peter Wentworth VOLLila Suna William Perrone Irvin Serrano Ray DonovanLisa Brown-Lewis & Jay Bartner Richard Danis VOL James Lewis In-Kind Donors & Volunteers Jennifer Christman VOL Riley McNeil VOLLisa Sylvester Aaron Lawton VOL Jennifer Fyles Potthoff Robyn Reeves VOLLori Morris Abigail Slavin VOL Jerry Lapierre VOL Roland LaVigneLouise Merriman Alex Descoteaux VOL Jess Pavia VOL Ryan O’ConnerMarc Cadorette Alexis Gendron VOL Jill Matthews VOL Sean Boissenault VOLMargie Lord Alicia Soliman VOL Jim Hamlin VOL Shauna Lessard VOLMarty & Christine Burgess Allison Gardella VOL Jim & Linda Hendrick Shay Letellier VOLMatthew Barnett VOL Alyssa Myles VOL Jim Tasse VOL Stephanie &Megan & Jason Rochelo Al Zullo VOL Joe Huggins Michael Sleeper VOLMelanie Cutting Amanda Lehman VOL Joe Scholz VOL Steven & Andrea PerryMichael & Susan Swanton Amanda Noble VOL John & Mary Brooking Sue BakerMichale Cantara Amber Adams VOL John Curreau VOL Sydney Boutin VOLMichael Dee UW Amethyst Brannan VOL John Houy Tyler Keeley VOLMimi & Nathan Mills Andrea Nemitz VOL Josh Fearon VOL Tyler Prior VOLMr. & Mrs Veckerly Andrew Cook Josh Fogg VOL Walter Buczacz VOLNancy Sullivan Ann Thompson VOL Justin Bellfountaine VOL Woodie Worthley VOLPaul & Hope Burnell VOL Archer & Karen Wright Justin LaChance VOL Zachary Dallaire VOLPaul & Janet Roy Arthur J. Mooney Justin TrudeauPaul & Jeanne Kelleher Ashley Blancherd VOL Karl Karrigan VOLPaul & Susan Martin Barbara Houlihan Kaleb Kretchman VOL Special RecognitionPaul Rothman Ben McGary VOL Kelsey Doherty VOL In MemoryPaul Wolf Bob Hamblin VOL Ken O’Brien VOL Maureen White: In Memory of Reaney McGilvrayPaula Scarborough Bob Osthues VOL Kim Schutsky VOL Raynold & Jacqueline Goulet: In Memory of Michael Goulet Richard Wade: In Memory of John Wade In Honor Eileen & Adolf Cohen: In Honor of Nanette & Irv Greif“...At a time when our children struggle with Kelly & Sandy Brook: In Honor of Helena & Eben Brookhealth issues due to inactivity and are prone Jane O’Brien: In Honor of Kenneth O’Brien Maine Coast Cycling Club: In Honor of Joe Scholzto sit in front of the TV screen to play video Toby Ann Greenberg: In Honor of Nanette Greifgames, CBC provides an opportunity to Wedding Congratuationsreconnect with others, their community, and Lila Suna: In Congratulations to the Spirer-Novak marriage the environment...” *VOL = Volunteer, UW = United Way Designation Carl Walsh Recreation Department If we misspelled your name, or missed it, City of Biddeford please contact Bronwyn at (207) 282.9700
  8. 8. Community Bicycle Center | page 8 Annual Report 2011 Board of Directors 2011 Becky Harkema, President Northern York County YMCA Ken Koehler, Vice President Financials Systems Consultant Jim Emerson, Treasurer Corporate Financial Managment Consultant Doug Hooper Prudential Northeast Properties 2011 Statement of Financial Position Cary Huggins ASSETS 2011 2010 $ Change Wiscasset School Department Cash 151,654 71,379 80,275 Bernice Wood Certificates of Deposits 20,077 20,027 50 Saco Biddeford Savings Institution Total Cash 171,731 91,406 80,325 Rick LaChance Accounts Receivable 8,188 6,590 1,597 Pratt & Whitney Pledges Receivable 6,000 6,000 0 Total Receivable 14,188 12,590 1,597 Maureen White University of New England Prepaid Expenses 2,712 8,156 -5,444 Total Other Assets 2,712 8,156 -5,444 Jennifer Myles WPXT Our Maine Fixed Assets, Net 11,183 3,219 7,964 Rev. Shirley BowenSeeds of Hope Neighborhood Center/ TOTAL ASSETS $199,814 $115,372 $84,443 Chirst Episcopal Church LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS Staff Payables & Accurals 5,063 4,500 562 Andy Greif Total Liabilities 5,063 4,500 562 Executive Director Unrestricted Net Assets 157,026 79,204 77,821 Andrew Burnell Temporarily Restricted 15,768 11,524 4,244 Programs/Volunteer Director Board of Directors Designated Funds 21,958 20,143 1,815 Bronwyn Potthoff Total Net Assets 194,752 110,871 83,880 Resource Development / Community Relations Director TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS $199,814 $115,372 $84,443 Contact Information Location: 284 Hill Street, BiddefordMailing: P.O. Box 783, Bidd., ME 04005 The Community Bicycle Center is a Biddeford, ME Telephone: (207) 282.9700 501(c)3 nonprofit organizaion that empowersEmail: youth through bicycles and bicycle-related Website: experiences, with a concentrated focus on those Find us on Facebook & Twitter: considered “at-risk.” @CBC_Biddeford EIN #: 20-3684834