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2010 Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Annual Report

  1. 1. 2010annual report
  2. 2. What Did You Do Today? It’s such a simple question, and yet very revealing. If you ask the average person on the street that question, you may hear a mundane answer. But ask a Girl Scout and you’ll hear: “We toured the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.” “I learned that true beauty lies within.” “I coordinated a blood drive in my community.” Simply put, Girl Scouts get to do more. More exploration, more self-discovery, and more community building. With the support of generous donors, foundations and corporations, we look forward to giving girls even more opportunities in the years to come. The following stories reveal how Girl Scouts are using the three keys to leadership (discover, connect and take action) to make our world a better place. We hope you’re inspired by their answers to the question: “What did you do today?” Yours in Girl Scouting, Allison Ochoa, Shelly Chenoweth Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer, Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Girl Scouts of Kansas HeartlandNational Brand LaunchGirl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), with the iconic organization as part of the organization’sone of the most well known and and communicate the power comprehensive transformationwell loved organizations in the girls have to change the world that began in 2004, is composednation, implemented a nation- through Girl Scouting. The of a striking new visual identity,wide rebranding in July 2010 to campaign, known by the tagline which includes a distinctivereach a new generation of girls. What Did You Do Today?, is also trefoil mark, revised color key to boosting the number of palette, and refreshed logo thatAfter extensive research and girls and adult volunteers who was originally created in thedevelopment, Girl Scouts participate in Girl Scouting 1970s by the legendary designerimplemented a multichannel annually after a period of Saul Bass.brand campaign that is designed declining membership.to reacquaint the country The branding, in the works4 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  3. 3. Board of Directors 2010—2011 President Allison Ochoa, Hays 1st Vice Chair Cindy Hoover, Wichita 2nd Vice Chair Angelica Castillo, Garden City Secretary Terri Schmitz, Parsons Treasurer Shelley L. Hunt, Wichita Members–At–Large Barbara Beran, Hays Martha Brewer, Colby Sue Dieckhoff, Salina Beth Eckert, Parsons Martha Fee, Hutchinson Kristi Fowler, McPherson Karin Gillette, Hutchinson Betty Greer, Deerfield Elaine Hudson, Parsons Arnold Hudspeth, Wichita Candy Johnson, Emporia Don Keller, Hutchinson Megan Monsour, Wichita Lorna Nelson, McPherson Deborah Sauer, WichitaGirl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Joan Wagner, Kechi 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218 Sharon Woods, Council Grove 316.684.6531 – 888.472.3683 kansasgirlscouts.org facebook.com/ksgirlscouts 5 twitter.com/ksgirlscouts
  4. 4. Starry–Eyed Dreams Come True at NASA Girls in Space Program While many girls their age spend their time looking down at cell phones and iPods, Girl Scouts Allison Stukey (Wichita) and Shelbey Logan (Salina) spend most of their time looking up—at the stars. Allison and Shelbey, along with volunteers Fred Gassert and Brindi Stables, made up one of only 10 Girl Scout Council teams (out of 109) selected to attend a Girls in Space program at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD in July 2010, to learn about NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD). Upon their return, these Girl Scouts were charged with developing their own Girl Scout Astronomy Clubs, giving future generations of girls the opportunity to reach for the stars. Allison discovered astronomy, her true passion, not whileTop: Allison Stukey (L)and Shelbey Logan (R) sitting in a classroom or surfing YouTube. She discovered herat NASA. inner scientist through Girl Scouts.Bottom: Shelbey (L),Fred Gassert (M) and “North High School currently has no astronomy classes,” saidAllison sport space Stukey. “My Girl Scout troop went on a campout two yearsshades. ago at Camp Four Winds. We got to see the Leonid meteor shower. It was so cool! With Girl Scouts, I’ve also had the opportunity to visit the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson many times, and I’ve even got my grandparents, aunt and uncle more interested in NASA and in space in general.”6 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  5. 5. Girl Scouts Given Opportunities toLead through Science, Technology,Engineering and Math (STEM)In a world being transformed by technology, only one-fifth of American scientists andengineers are women. What’s missing in science education for girls?Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland (GSKH) is meeting this challenge head-on, introducinggirls to exciting programs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Hereare just a few of the programs GSKH offered in 2010: Rootbeer, Rockets and Robots: Girls learned to brew root beer, build and launch rockets, and design and create working robots at Starwoods Outdoor Center in Clearwater. The Magic of Chemistry: Girls learned how to use chemistry to analyze ink, soil samples and handwriting to solve a mystery at Emporia State University. Get WiT It: The Women in Technology (WiT) group at Butler Community College showed Girl Scouts how to use the computer as a tool for success and helped them earn their Discovering Technology and Architecture Badges. 7
  6. 6. Scholarship Issue Get an AMAZING Resumé Courage! The Perfect Ways to Show It. The Ultimate Con dence Plan Great Bend Girl Scouts had fun creating their own “healthy” magazine covers during their Uniquely Me program series. Over the course of 8 weeks, these Girl Scouts learned about health, self-image, media, friendships, bullying and how to handle stress. Cover by Taylor Dou gherty, 8th Grade8 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  7. 7. connect!Girl Scouts Advocate forHealthy Media Images for GirlsBy the time the average girl graduates from high school, she will have spent 15,000hours watching television versus 12,000 hours in school. This does not include thehours spent online, playing video games, listening to the radio, or reading magazines(1).The Girl Scout Research Institute survey, Girls and Body Image(2010), revealed alarming statistics about teen girls’ relationshipswith the media and fashion industry. • Nearly 90% of girls surveyed say the media places a lot of pressure on girls to be thin • 60% of girls compare themselves to models Girls with healthier • More than half of girls (55%) admit they diet self esteem are to lose weight more likely to pursue leadership roles. • 31% admit to starving themselves or refusing to eat as a strategy to lose weightGirl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, along with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), made ahistoric commitment to developing programming and policy solutions that promotegirls’ healthy living and media literacy. In partnership with the Dove Self–Esteem Fund,a new curriculum resource was developed to help improve girls’ media literacy skillscalled It’s Your Story, Tell It!, the third in the journey book program series.In addition to developing programming for girls, GSUSA worked closely withCongresswomen Tammy Baldwin (D—WI) and Shelley Moore Capito (R–WV) tointroduce the Healthy Media for Youth Act (H.R. 4925). This bill supports medialiteracy programs and youth empowerment groups, facilitates research on how imagesof women and girls impact youth, and establishes a National Taskforce on Women andGirls in the Media.Over the course of the next two years, Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland will beconducting community conversations around the Council to educate and inform thepublic about the issue, in addition to working with state and local elected officials.1. The American Academy of Pediatrics 9
  8. 8. Girl Scout Earns Silver Award, Saves Lives Girl Scout Cadette Abby Maycock (Emporia), took action to “make the world a better place” by organizing an American Red Cross blood drive in September 2010 at the Amend Girl Scout Center in Emporia. Abby took on all aspects of the event—from planning to recruiting donors to serving snacks the day of—all a part of earning her Girl Scout Silver Award. The Girl Scout Silver Award is the highest award a girl age 11 to 14 can earn in Girl Scouting.Top Left: “This award represents a girl’s accomplishments in GirlKevin Wilson, Emporia Scouting and her community as she grows and works toVice Mayor and co— improve her life and the lives of others,” said Alice Christian,owner of Redline Truckingbecomes a first—time assistant leader of Abby’s Troop 37302. “I couldn’t be happierblood donor thanks to that Abby chose Red Cross for her project.”Abby’s efforts. The drive reached its goal with 13 units of blood collected,Bottom Right: including several first-time donors. Through her efforts, theseKathy Hastings ofEmporia is happy to units may help save up to 39 lives.donate blood.“I want to be a neurosurgeon, so I wanted to organize an event that was related to the medical field.” — Abby Maycock10 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  9. 9. take action!Community Servicea Cornerstone forGirl ScoutsLast year, Girl Scouts nationwide provided more than75 million hours of direct service to their communities,and Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland certainly helpedcontribute to that total. Here are just a few of thecommunity service projects completed by Girl Scoutsacross the Kansas Heartland Council: Good Turn for Goodwill Girl Scouts are encouraged to participate in this community service project every March on behalf of Goodwill and their community. More than 550 Girl Top: Project Re- Scouts participated in this fun and simple event that allows Directory netted Girl Scouts to give back to their communities by collecting 4,500 phone books. material donations for Goodwill Industries. Bottom Photo: Project Re-Directory More than 4,500 old phone books Girl Scouts share the were collected with the participation of more than 20 sweeness with soldiers through the cookie Girl Scout Troops. share program. Cookie Share Girl Scouts learn entrepreneurial skills such as marketing, customer service and money handling through the annual Cookie Program, but they also learn how to “share the sweetness.” Through the Cookie Share program, Girl Scouts across the council collected more than 10,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies to donate to Catholic Charities, the Kansas Food Bank and our military men and women of McConnell Air Force Base and the Kansas National Guard. Near Right: Girl Scouts collect items for Goodwill. 11
  10. 10. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Donors(For October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010)Thank you to our many generous supporters!Juliette Lowe Society – $100,000+ Girl Scout Alumni & FriendsUnited Way of the Plains Huizenga Family Foundation Independence Community ChestSilver Circle – $25,000+ Koch IndustriesUnited Way of Reno County The Frank & Marie Mildrexter Foundation TrustUnited Way of the Flint Hills Mr. & Mrs. Richard MosherBronze Circle – $10,000+ Rouback Family Foundation, Inc.Cargill Cares The Lattner Family FoundationFinnup Foundation Trust United Way of Dickinson County, Inc.Girl Scouts of the USA United Way of Labette CountyW. Jo Miller Hiebert Living Trust United Way of McPherson CountyMr. & Mrs. Darrel Rolph Wal-Mart FoundationSalina Area United Way, Inc. Seniors – $1,000+Spirit AeroSystems Dr. Douglas Amend & Dr. Marged AmendMrs. Velma Wallace Mr. Keith L. AndersonFriendship Circle – $5,000+ Betty & Ace Dillon Donor Advised FundAnonymous of the Hutch Community FoundationBank of America Mr. & Mrs. O. Gene BicknellCox Communications Carl M. & Ruth L. Coonrod Family FoundationMr. Jack Focht & Kenneth Castle Charitable Trust Mrs. Gloria Farha Flentje Cessna Aircraft CompanyFinney County United Way Mrs. Georgia ChandlerFlint Hills Girl Scout Foundation Charitable Foundation, Inc.Dr. Daniel Housholder & City of Garden City Dr. Martha S. Housholder Commerce BankJane & Bernard Reeble Foundation Community Foundation Southwest KansasPratt County United Fund Cowley County United Way, Inc.Salina Regional Health Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John Dunlop IIISeward County United Way Ms. Valarie A. FlorioUnited Way of Barton County Frontier El Dorado Refining, Co.United Way of Dodge City, Inc. Mr. & Ms. Montie GreerUnited Way of El Dorado Mrs. Julia M. HobbsUnited Way of Ellis County Ms. Laura L. IceMs. Donna L. Vanier INTRUST BankVerla Nesbitt Joscelyn Foundation Intrust Bank ArenaWestar Energy Foundation Jean & Willard Garvey Fund Mrs. Elizabeth KochAmbassadors – $2,500+ Ms. Dagmar McGillMr. & Mrs. Clark Bastian Mr. & Mrs. Lee Phillips IIIShelly Chenoweth Piping & Equipment Co., Inc.Coffeyville United Fund Mr. & Mrs. James RemsbergStella A. & Ray E. Dillon Foundation, Inc. Rice County United WayEmprise Bank Mr. & Mrs. David RolphGeorge & Belle Pearce Foundation Russell County Area Community Foundation Robert E. & Patricia A. Schmidt Foundation12 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  11. 11. donorsSeniors – $1,000+Grace M. Starlin Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Stan AndeelMrs. Angela Stateler Dr. Mitzi M. Bales, M.D.Sterling Community Chest Mr. & Mrs. John B. BandyTCK Trust Company of Kansas Ms. Reva L. BenienMs. Joan M. Wagner Blue Beacon International, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Brent Wasson Mr. & Mrs. Kenny Brewer Buckley Industries, Inc.Cadettes – $500+ Community Market PlaceAnonymous James A. & Juliet L. Davis Foundation, Inc.Mr. James M. Armstrong Mr. & Mrs. Sean DiGiovanniMary F. & Albert Baker Memorial Trust Mr. & Mrs. Vernon DolezalMr. & Mrs. Ken L. Beran Mr. & Mrs. Anonio J. DuranoCapitol Federal Foundation Ms. Mary E. L. EckertCIG Insurance Finney CountyCPI Qualified Plan Consultants, Inc. Finney County Attorney’s OfficeMr. & Mrs. James Daniels Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #7Design Central Mr. & Mrs. Max J. FriesenMr. & Mrs. Ken Ebert Mr. & Ms. Malcolm G. GilletteFamily Prescription Shop Ms. Shelly HarrisFirst National Bank in Cimarron Heartland Building Center, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Keith S. Fulton High Plains Publishers, Inc.Golden Belt Community Foundation ICMGolden Plains Credit Union Ms. Candy K. JohnsonHoisington United Way Ms. Kandi LaMarMr. & Mrs. Bryan K. Hoover Lifetime Dental Care, PAMr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Howard, Jr. McPherson CountyMs. Elaine Hudson Community FoundationMr. & Mrs. James F. Hunt Mr. & Mrs. Bobb A. MeckenstockHutchinson Community Foundation Mr. Kent NettleinghamKansas Gas Service Mr. & Mrs. Cecil O’BrateMs. Patricia A. Kennedy Optimist Club of Hays, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Kotch Mr. & Mrs. David PolandMs. Shirley D. Kulow Mr. James A. RomanMr. & Mrs. Jeff J. Linsner Salina Iron & Metal CompanyLyon County Attorney’s Office Saline CountyMr. & Mrs. Steven F. Randle Mr. David B. Hirschey &Rural Telephone Service Ms. C. Sue StrohkirchMr. & Ms. Douglas Stanley Tri–County Electric Cooperative, Inc.Daniel J. Taylor Family Trophy Nut Company Charitable Foundation Ms. Katie UtterTowne West Square Mrs. S. V. VarnerMr. & Mrs. Mick L. Tranbarger Mr. Charles W. WalkerMr. & Mrs. Robert Tyler Western State BankVerizon Foundation Wichita Community FoundationMs. Patricia Walker Mr. & Mrs. Richard WilliamsMs. Sandra Wiederstein Mr. Kim H. ZinszerJuniors – $250+Ms. Staci J. AddisonAltrusa Club of Emporia Kansas Foundation 13
  12. 12. Brownies – $100+Mr. Paul E. Adams & Martha J. Fee Mrs. Cheryl L. Shepherd-Adams Mr. & Mrs. Jay FergusonAllen Gibbs & Houlik LC Ms. Donna FergusonMr. & Mrs. William J. Andrews First Federal Savings & Loan AssociationMr. & Mrs. Clealand F. Baker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jay FowlerDr. John L. Shellito & Mr. & Mrs. Tom Gangel Mrs. Mary V. Balazs-Shellito Gerald Schumann ElectricBank of Hays Ms. Helen L. GibsonMs. Cathy Barnes Golden Belt BankMr. & Mrs. Jim Behring Mr. & Mrs. Joe GraberDr. Nona Berghaus Mr. & Mrs. James Grier IIILila A. Berkley Trust Mr. & Mrs. William HarrisMr. & Mrs. Jeremy Bezdek Harry E. Clarke Post No. 277Mr. William R. Brenner Hays Medical CenterJudge & Mrs. Joseph Bribiesca Paul F. Hayse Revocable TrustBrock’s North Hill Chapel Mr. & Mrs. Jerome P. HellmerBuilding Controls & Services, Inc. The Hi—Plains Co—Operative AssociationMrs. Jacqueline O. Burnett Hopkins Manufacturing CorporationMs. Dana Burris Hutchinson Clinic, P.A.Ms. Sherri Buttenhoff Hydro ResourcesPeggy M. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. JohnsonMr. & Mrs. Clarence E. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. JohnsonCar Zone, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John JuresicMr. & Mrs. Terry S. Carlson Ms. Mary Jo JureyMr. & Mrs. Bruce Chappell Kansas PrimaChapter CM PEO Ms. Norma KarhoffChester’s Chophouse & Wine Bar Mr. Don KellerDr. & Mrs. Bert Chronister Ken Pfeifer’s SalvageCoffey County Land Title Co., Inc. Kiwanis Club of Emporia Kansas, Inc.Comfort Care Homes, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Kyler KnobbeCommerce Bank Mr. Conrad KoehlerCon-way, Inc. Fred & Stella Kopke FoundationCooperative Grain & Supply Kroger Co. FoundationMr. & Mrs. Charles Crum Laham Development CoMs. Vesa Cunningham Lindsborg Kiwanis ClubMr. & Mrs. Chad A. Daisy Mr. & Mrs. Edwin LomaxMs. Sue E. Dieckhoff Mr. & Mrs. Steven LowderDoerflers Harley-Davidson Ms. Barbara H. MacGregorMr. Darin Dredge Ms. Margaret J. MahoneyDucommun AeroStructures Ms. Mary Rose MainMr. & Mrs. Curtis Durall Martin Pringle Oliver Wallace BauerMs. Coleen Dyson Ms. Julia McBrideEagle Communications, Inc. Mr. Guy D. McClaskeyEquity Bank Ms. Shyla McFrederickMr. & Mrs. William Estes Ms. Margaret F. McHughThe S. Jim & Darla Farha Ms. Susan F. McKinney Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Nation MeyerMr. & Mrs. Thomas Farmer Mr. & Mrs. Bradley T. Miller14 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  13. 13. donorsMilling Precision Tool Active NetworkMr. & Mrs. Jon Mollhagen Mr. & Mrs. Robert AdamsMs. Marlene Moxter Ms. Jessica AdkinsNex–Tech, Inc. Ms. Misty AffholderMr. & Mrs. Louis S. Ochoa Mr. & Mrs. James E. AginMr. & Dr. Joseph T. O’Hara Ms. Linda AllenMs. Anna Owen Ms. Marcelle M. AllenMr. & Mrs. Larry L. Palmer Mr. & Mrs. Steven AllenPanhandle Federal Credit Union American Legion AuxiliaryMr. Curtis F. Pfannenstiel Ms. Viola G. AndersenMs. Georgia A. Ptacek Ms. Mar Jean AndersonRanch Rodeo Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. AndersonMr. & Mrs. Ray Reep Ms. Tracey D. AndristMrs. Donna Roberts Mrs. Medrith N. ApplingMr. & Mrs. Joe A. Rose, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William S. ArnoldMr. Tom Sanders & Dr. Chris Sanders Assistance League of WichitaMr. & Mrs. Charles E. Sauer Mr. Paul R. Attwater IIIMr. & Mrs. Jim Schmitz Auto WorldMs. Denise Scribner Mr. & Mrs. Kevin E. AyersMr. & Mrs. Randy Sebastian Ms. Keely BachmanSecurity State Bank Mr. & Mrs. Van C. BaconMs. Augusta H. Shepherd Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. BallMs. Dawn Sherwood Mr. & Mrs. Alejandro BaltazarMr. & Mrs. Melvin Snyder Mr. & Mrs. William BarnhardSoroptimist International Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Bauer of Hutchinson, Kansas Mrs. Laura BaxterSt. Francis Lions Club Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. BeanDr. & Mrs. Paul Stein Ms. Marilyn J. BellMr. & Mrs. John T. Stewart III Mr. & Mrs. Dennis L. BiekerMs. Diana Stiebens Ms. Elyse BirdsongSunflower Bank Mr. Brian BlackSunflower Electric Power Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Kenny BlairMr. & Mrs. Mike Sutherland Ms. Donna L. J. BlakeThe Bank Jamey BlubaughVeterans of Foreign Wars of Bluestem Farm & Ranch Supply, Inc. the United States of America Ms. Jacqulyn D. BoultinghouseMr. Charles C. Wilhite Mr. & Mrs. Floyd L. BradleyMrs. Jeanne Willig Mr. & Mrs. Dave BrandliMr. Dan Winegar Ms. Deborah BrinegarWinfield Kiwanis Club Mr. & Mrs. Ed BrownMr. Russell Winter Dr. & Mrs. William H. Browning, M.D.Ms. Sharon K. Woods Mr. Phillip BruceMrs. Betty L. Wright Mr. & Mrs. Curt L. Brungardt Mr. & Mrs. Monte BurtinDaisies – Up to $99 Mr. & Mrs. Shiloh ButhAnonymousA S M Wood Works, Inc.Ms. Pamela L. Abel 15
  14. 14. Daisies – Up to $99 Flint Hills Eyecare Associates, P.A.Jayme Buzard Floors N MoreMr. & Mrs. D. Byers Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. FordMr. & Mrs. Jeff Cady N. M. FosterMr. & Mrs. Earl F. Callison, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lee R. FrauenfelderCamoplast Rockland Mr. & Mrs. Fred FrazierDr. & Mrs. Mike Cannon Mr. Willis E. FreemanMs. Doris Carlson Mr. & Mrs. Paul FrisbieDr. & Mrs. John Carnahan Mr. & Mrs. Keith S. FultonMr. & Mrs. Pat L. Carr Garden City New Dealers AssociationMs. Marcia Carson Mr. & Mrs. Joe GiannoneMs. Erin Cavanaugh Mr. & Mrs. William W. Gibbs IVMr. & Mrs. Bill Chestnut Mr. & Ms. Malcolm G. GilletteMs. Guelda Chism Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. GodfreyClark Pharmacy, Inc. Ms. Pat GodshallMr. & Mrs. Robert B. Clark Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. GoeringMr. & Mrs. Lonny Claycamp Dr. & Mrs. Hew GoodpastureMrs. Jeanette Clement GoodSearchMs. Kelly Combs Ms. Jane GoodyearMrs. Penny Conard Mr. & Mrs. Randall S. GoreMs. Jammie Conley Ms. Jacquelyn GrantMs. Florence Connor Mrs. Clara B. GrayMrs. Kelly Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Sam GrossMs. Lydia Cope Dr. & Mrs. Richard Guthrie, M.D.Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Cowan Mr. Martin D. Rabalais &Dr. & Mrs. Charles Craig Ms. Mardith E. HammondMs. Anita Crane Mr. & Mrs. Paul HampelMr. & Mrs. David D. Crane Mr. & Ms. Chuck HannaMs. Jennifer Crawford Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. HarlanMs. Kaye J. Crawford Mr. & Mrs. Colin HarmanCS&S Graphics Mrs. Deanna HarmsMs. Chandra Daffer Mr. & Mrs. Bob HarrisDave’s Electric Haynes Electric, Inc.Ms. Jenny Davis John Brammer & Johanne HedgesMs. Wanda Davis Ms. Sarah HeinMr. Clayton Deckinger Ms. Victoria L. HerlMrs. Donna Dilsaver Mrs. Annuli HigginsMr. & Mrs. John Divine High TouchDK Consulting Mrs. Eve R. HillMr. & Mrs. Robert G. Dombroski Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.Mr. William R. Drews Mr. & Ms. Frank L. HirningMr. & Mrs. Craig Dutton Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne E. HobsonMr. Michael Ebersole Mr. Bradley S. Smith &Mr. & Mrs. Charles Eby Mrs. Amy E. Hodgson-SmithEmpire Service Unit Mr. Jeffrey HoldenMs. Laurie Erlemeier Mr. & Mrs. Dennis D. HolderFirst National Bank Mr. & Mrs. Jim R. HoppinsFish Window Cleaning Mr. & Mrs. Warren J. HortonMr. & Mrs. Bryan L. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Delbert Humphries Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ireland16 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  15. 15. donorsMr. & Mrs. Robert M. IrvinMr. & Mrs. Jay M. Jacoby Ms. Dana McGovernMr. & Mrs. Mark Jellison Ms. Lavina J. McIlvainMs. April Johnson Mr. Arthur McLendonMr. & Mrs. Vernon J. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Ron McReynoldsMr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Chuck MeidlingerMr. Max Johnston Ms. Laverne MerkleinMs. Linda Jones Mr. & Mrs. Roger D. MerryfieldMr. & Mrs. Russell N. Jones Mrs. Bertha E. MilbankMr. & Mrs. Robert Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Will MomsenMr. Robert Karr Mrs. Leann MooreMs. Barbara Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Harold G. MorganMr. & Mrs. Marvin Keasling Ms. Susan MuellerMs. Margie Kelly Ms. Joanne F. MurrayMr. William H. Keltner Mr. & Mrs. Keith MushockMs. Tina Kendall Mussatto Bros., Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Kieler Ms. Debra T. NakatomiKings Lawn Service Mr. & Mrs. Darwin L. NelsonMr. & Mrs. Donald W. Klock Ms. Nancy NelsonMr. & Mrs. Stephen W. Koontz Ness City Girl ScoutsKoster Enterprises Ms. Sara NettleinghamMr. & Mrs. Oscar Kunz Mr. & Mrs. Ron NeufeldMr. David A. George & Ms. Tara G. Norals Ms. Christen R. Lavy Mr. & Mrs. Marion OgdenMr. & Mrs. Michael Le Clear The Orpheum TheatreMr. & Mrs. Quang V. Le Mr. Harry Outwater & Dr. Deb OutwaterDr. Vernon G. Lee, D.D.S. Oxford Lions ClubMr. & Mrs. Richard W. Leedy Mr. & Mrs. John PalenzMs. Christi Leewright Dr. John C. PattonMs. Monica Legleiter Ms. Barbara PaulinMr. & Mrs. John Lewelling Peabody State BankMr. & Mrs. Jason Loibl Mr. & Mrs. Larry PecenkaMr. & Mrs. Linden J. Lorenson Personal Service Insurance, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Al L. Love Phipps Handyman ServiceLove’s Auto Supply Mr. David P. Moore & Ms. Vicki L. Pipher-MooreMs. Karen Lowery Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. PipkinMs. Lois R. Lowrey Mr. & Mrs. Jason D. PirtleMs. Ida M. Lundy Ms. Karen PollyMs. Joyce Madore Mr. & Mrs. Norb PoschMr. Chris F. Magnuson Mr. Robert M. PottsMr. & Mrs. Bob Manning Dr. Bruce Quantic & Dr. Diane QuanticMs. Barbara J. Marshall Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. RalstinMs. Parrishon Marshall Ms. Dorothy ReamMr. & Mrs. Dale Mattison Ms. Aimee ReedMs. Carra Mayberry Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. ReedMr. & Mrs. Ben F. McCann, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Dick RenfroMr. & Mrs. Kirk D. McClure Rent-A-CenterMs. Sharon McConnell Mr. & Mrs. Bruce R. RhodesMs. Joan McCormick Mr. and Mrs. David RichMr. & Mrs. Paul L. McDaniel 17
  16. 16. donorsMr. & Mrs. Alan RichardsonMs. Debbie RippieMr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Robben Mr. John ThongsavanhMr. & Mrs. Milton Roberts Ms. Ruea ThurstonMs. Ellen Rochau Mrs. DeeAnn TiceMr. & Mrs. Richard Rohloff Ms. Ramona TjadenMr. & Mrs. Marvin Ruehlen United Way of Bergen CountyMr. & Mrs. Tony Rump Mr. & Ms. Cesar VallejoMr. & Mrs. Leland Rush Van Wyk, Inc.Ms. Eleanor Russell Mr. & Mrs. Greg VerschMs. Susan F. Russell VFW Auxiliary No. 7743Ruth & Paul Dillon Donor Advised Fund of Ms. Lynh Vu the Hutchinson Community Foundation Mrs. Joyce WagnerMr. & Mrs. Douglas Sagehorn Mr. & Ms. John M. WallenMs. Carol Sanders Mr. & Ms. James WaltonMr. & Mrs. Patrick Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Randy WamplerMr. & Mrs. Brad N. Sauder Ms. Amy J. WeastMs. Pamela J. Schneider Mr. & Mrs. Martin WeaverMr. & Mrs. Tim Schoenhofer Mr. & Mrs. Dale WeberMr. & Mrs. Robert Schrock Ms. Leona WedelScott Rock Company LLC Ms. Linda WeippertMr. & Mrs. Harold R. Seipel Mrs. Melvina WestMrs. Gwen A. Sevart Ms. Peggy A. WheatonMr. & Mrs. William Seyfert, Jr. Ms. Janet E. WhitakerMr. & Mrs. Gary Shaffer Mr. & Mrs. Gary R. WhitingMr. & Mrs. LeRoy A. Shoemaker Mr. & Mrs. Mark WiemeyerMr. & Mrs. Michael D. Sibilia Ms. Mary Jo WilkisonMs. Teresa Slabodnik Mr. Jerry J. A. Gehlen &Ms. Holly Slawkowski Ms. Brandi N. WillettMr. & Mrs. Lawrence D. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Tim WilliamsMr. & Mrs. Steven L. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Gerald E. WilsonMr. & Ms. Kenneth R. Smith Ms. Shari L. WilsonMr. & Mrs. Dan Spangler Mrs. & Mr. Donna L. WiseMs. Sabrina K. Standifer Ms. Sarah WoodleyMs. Katherine A. Stanley Mr. & Mrs. Morgan WrightMr. & Mrs. Jack E. Steury Mr. Robert S. WunschStockton Area United Fund Mr. James Seba & Ms. Cindy YostMr. & Mrs. L. E. StoverStrate Construction, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Russ W. StuhrMs. Vivian L. SullivanMr. Andy Pham & Dr. Ha TaMs. Jennifer A. TablerMr. & Mrs. Bruce TaggartMr. & Mrs. Matt TaylorMr. & Mrs. Roger D. TennysonThe Plains State BankThe Recycling Guy18 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  17. 17. partnersWestar Energy Foundation Cox Communications Koch Industries$5,000 | STEM Programming $1,000 | Cocktails & $2,500 | Hispanic Initiative Cookies Table SponsorshipFlint Hills Girl Scout Foundation Fred & Stella Kopke Foundation$8,880 | Emporia Programs James A. & Juliet L. Davis $100 | General support& Financial Aid Foundation $300 | General support Lyon County Attorney’s OfficeBank Of America $500 | Emporia Outreach$5,000 | Outreach Programs Stella A. & Ray E. Dillon Foundation McPherson CountyCharles E. Carey Memorial Fund $2,500 | General support Community FoundationOf The Hutchinson $300 | Support ForCommunity Foundation Emprise Bank Meadowlark Service Unit$500 | Hutchinson Programs $2,500 | Sponsor For Cocktails & Cookies The Frank & Marie MildrexterCargill Cares Foundation Trust$15,000 | Environmental & Cultural The S. Jim & Darla Farha $2,535 | General supportPrograms Charitable Foundation $200 | General support Rouback Family FoundationSpirit Aerosystems $4,230 | For Local Service Units$20,000 | Strategic Frontier El DoradoLearning Inititative & Sponsor Refining Company Salina Regionalfor Cocktails & Cookies $1,000 | General support Health Foundation $9,550 | Healthy Today, HealthyMary F. & Albert Baker George & Belle Pearce Tommorrow Program In SalinaMemorial Trust Foundation$900.00 | General support $3,000 | Program Support Robert E. & Patricia A. For Reno County Schmidt FoundationAltrusa Club Of Emporia $2,000 | General supportKansas Foundation Girl Scout Alumni & Friends$300 | In Honor Of Board Members $2,545 | Equipment & Grace M. Starlin Charitable TrustCandy Johnson & Program Supplies $1,500 | Scholarships For NewtonSharon Woods Girl Scouts & Upkeep for Girl Scouts Of The USA The Newton Girl Scout Little HouseBetty & Ace Dillon Donor Advised $20,923 | Membership DevelopmentFund Of The Hutchinson Grant & Daniel J. Taylor FamilyCommunity Foundation Financial Assistance Fund Charitable Foundation$2,000 | General support $500 | General support Golden Belt CommunityCapitol Federal Foundation Foundation TCK Trust Company Of Kansas$500 | General support $640 | Uniquely Me $1,000 | Cocktails & Cookies Healthy Initiatives In Salina Table SponsorshipKenneth Castle Charitable Trust$1,065 | Support For Smith Center Golden Plains Credit Union The Lattner Family FoundationGirl Scouts $600 | Older Girl Congress $3,000 | General supportCessna Aircraft Company Paul F. Hayse Revocable Trust Towne West Square$1,000 | Cocktails & $200 | General support $500 | Sponsor For theCookies Table Sponsorship Mall Madness Patch Huizenga Family FoundationCharitable Foundation, Inc. $4,500 | Washington D.C. Verla Nesbitt$1,000 | General support Trip Sponsorship for Parsons Joscelyn Foundation Troop 70188 $5,000 | Support ForCity Of Garden City$1,537 | General support Intrust Bank Girl Scouts In Saline County $1,000 | Cocktails &Community Foundation Cookies Table Sponsorship Dwane & VelmaSouthwest Kansas Wallace Foundation$1,000 | Youth Development Jane & Bernard Reeble $10,000 | General support FoundationCarl M. & Ruth L. Coonrod $5,000 | Support Wal-Mart FoundationFamily Foundation for Emporia Girl Scouts $3,000 | For Local Troops$1,000 | General support & Youth Development Joan & Willard Garvey Fund $1,100 | General support 19
  18. 18. financials 2010RevenueTotal Revenues & Support: $4,452,452 2% Product Sales $3,040,285 4% Public Support 6% $874,754 Program Fees $272,082 20% Retail Sales $173,880 68% Other Income $91,451ExpensesTotal Expenses: $4,221,096 8% Program Services 8% $3,181,357 16% Fundraising Administrative Support $356,207 $683,532 16% Fundraising Administrative Support 76% $356,207 $683,532 Program Services 76% $3,181,357 Net Assets, beginning of year $11,562,523 Net Assets, end of year $11,793,879 Change in Net Assets $231,35620 girl scouts of kansas heartland | 2010 annual report
  19. 19. 2010 highlights By theSee & Sell Thin Mint SprintSee ‘N’ Sell Arts & Crafts More than 120 runners, Numbers:show was founded by the walkers and joggers turned The 2010YWCA of Salina in 1966 out to support Girl Scouts Girl Scoutsand is now continued of Kansas Heartland at of Kansasby Girl Scouts of Kansas the inaugural Thin MintHeartland. at the Salina Sprint on Saturday, Dec 5, HeartlandBicentennial Center each 2009 at Fort Hays State Cookie Saleyear on the Saturday University, Gross Memorial Total Sales:before Thanksgiving. Coliseum. This 5K Walk/ 1,390,000+ BoxesAttendance each year Run and one-mile fun run (more than 4 percentis well over 4,000 and was open to all ages kicked over goal)proceeds from booth and off the annual FrostFestentry fees benefit Girl in Hays. Number of GirlScouts across 80 Kansas Scouts Sellingcounties. Cocktails & Cookies 1,000+ Boxes: The inaugural Cocktails & 27 (21 more thanFestival of Giving Cookies fundraising gala previous year)The Festival of Giving was held on March 4 at theis the largest Girl Scout Wichita Hyatt. This adults- Number of Cookieservice project of the only event benefited Girl Share Boxes Soldyear and provides an Scouts across 80 Kansas (Cookies to beopportunity for Girl Scouts counties. More than donated to localfrom Butler, Cowley, 200 attendees enjoyed charities): 10,250Harvey, Sedgwick and decadent desserts (7,000 more thanSumner counties to made with Girl Scout previous year)say “thank you” to the cookies from seven localcommunity for their Top Seller: restaurants, signaturecontinued support. More Allyson Regehr of cocktails, entertainment,than 500 troops hand Hutchinson, who a delicious dinner and amade or purchased gifts sold 1,714 boxes of live auction of unique andfor 17 non-profit agencies. cookies. sought-after items. 21
  20. 20. Looking Forward to 2012 March 2012 marks the We’re looking forward to 100th Birthday of Girl the many exciting things Scouting when founder our anniversary year holds, Juliette Low phoned her and hope you’ll join us cousin to say: “Come right for the celebration! Look over! I’ve got something for more information for the girls of Savannah, about anniversary events, and all America, and all the celebrations and ideas for world, and we’re going to ways to commemorate start it tonight!” this milestone! The Girl Scout Law I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, The Girl Scout Promise respect authority, On my honor, I will try: use resources wisely, To serve God and my country, make the world a better place, To help people at all times,And to live by the Girl Scout Law. and be a sister to every Girl Scout.