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  1. 1. News & Views Spring Issue 2006 Volume 29 Issue 1 Hope Haven Area Development Center Corporation The Board of Directors Of Hope Haven Area Development Center Corportation Invite You To Attend The Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation Light Refreshments Will Be Served Monday, April 24th, 2006 Burlington Golf Club On the Inside: 2124 Sunnyside Avenue, Burlington, Iowa Hopefully Yours Accepting Donations 7:00 - Social Hour CARF Accreditation 7:30 - Business Meeting Wish List/Capital Needs Alternative Services Eagle Scout Project ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interview With Bob Sells Attention Development Department: Flexible Services Enclosed is a check in the amount of $_________ for ______ tickets at a cost of Supported Employment $5.00 per person. Cash Donations Please send tickets to the address shown below: Goods and Services e Donations e for _______________________________________________ Volunteers V P b 06! (Signed - Name) Memorials e RS th, 20 _______________________________________________ eas il 17 Pl pr (Address) A _______________________________________________ (City - State)
  2. 2. Page 2 Spring 2006 HOPE HAVEN NOW ACCEPTING DONATIONS ACCREDITED FOR ALL AGAIN!!! PROGRAMS Hope Haven has Because of our new store manager we're back on track. Do you received a three- have some furniture that's still in good shape but just doesn't fit into year accreditation your decor any more?? We'd love to have it! Or how about those for all of its pro- extra kitchen items just taking up cupboard space?? Whether it's grams by the Commission on moving or just doing some major spring cleaning we'll take just Accreditation of about anything!! As long as an item is clean and in good repair Rehabilitation we'll take it!! We'll trade it for a receipt for your taxes!! Please call Facilities. It is the 9th consecu- ahead if you have a truckload so we can be ready. Ask for Lori tive three-year Stewart at (319) 754-5774, ext. 215. accreditation Hope Haven has received. To qualify, an institution must Hopefully Yours.. . submit to a rigorous peer review and on- a thrift and gift shop site review of its NEW STORE HOURS!!!! programs and services. This accreditation outcome represents TUESDAYS - FRIDAYS 9:30 - 4:00 the highest level of SATURDAYS 9:30 - 12:00 accreditation that can be awarded to Check out the thrift shop for all your wardrobe, household, an organization and and decorative needs. shows the organization’s Come meet our new store manager, Lori Stewart! substantial conform- Hope Haven Area Development Center ance to the stan- 2001 Douglas, Burlington, Iowa dards established by CARF.
  3. 3. News & Views Page 3 WISH LIST Adult Development Program: Work Services: gait trainer 2 reception area chairs supine stander Ertz Group Home: Brueck Group Home: 8 new dining room new kitchen counter tops chairs ($800) new or refurbished kitchen cabinets air purifier living room/dining room flooring mid-size car patio flooring air purifier CAPITAL NEEDS Brueck Group Home: Northwood Group Home: bathroom work/repair refrigerator ($400) AC condensor unit ($2,500) carpet for 2 rooms ($400) sprinkler system ($10,000) superflusher toilet ($300) ICF/MR: Northwood/Gugeler: lift van parking lot ($6,000) wheelchair/communication device lift station - ($600) repair ($2,000) Administration: Ertz Group Home: carpet ($600) refrigerator ($400) AC condensor unit ($2,500) Douglas: storage shed ($800 - $1,300) lighting ($400) Maintenance: Purchasing: tools ($600) roof ($3,000) Alternative Services: tile flooring ($2,000) Contact Julie Anderson at (319) 754-5774, ext. 222 for more information or if you would like to help with these items.
  4. 4. Page 4 Spring 2006 ALTERNATIVE SERVICES NEWS by Jennifer Diewold Hello, everyone! Your friends at for two months a set group is participating in yoga Alternative Services would like to lessons at Pam and Jane Erhardt’s yoga studio. This is fill you in on all the fun, wonder- a great way to get in shape! ful, exciting, giving, adventurous and meaningful activities we have February is Random Acts of Kindness Month and we been doing. We are always wanted to give back to our community because so Alternative looking for new Day Hab activi- many wonderful people have helped us make Hope ties. Working together to come up Haven a truly wonderful place to be. We have deliv- Services with new ideas can sometimes be ered handmade Valentine cards to two nursing homes TEACCH with a bowl of goodies. We collected Pennies for challenging. The staff here work Program is in need Patients for the Leukemia Lymphoma society. We together to create a wonderful of the following calendar of events. received a very nice phone call from them and a items: package containing a video, a calendar, and an honor Back in September we created patient to whom our money will help. We took a small ~ items in similar our own little newspaper called group with us to help deliver meals with the Home shape and color Alternative News. Everyone has Delivered Meal Program. That was a wonderful ~ game pieces a great time interviewing, giving experience. We played the Kindness Game and ~ foam meat and receiving opinions, weather learned a lot of kind words to make someone’s day. containers reporting, and food. We decided We collected food for two local food pantries and to do it again in December and delivered it. We went on two tours; the West ~ plastic we hand delivered them to all Burlington City Hall and Great River Medical Center. containers with There is much more we do every month at Alternative areas of Hope Haven. We got a lids - small, Services. We have a great team here - both staff and lot of great feedback and plan on medium and continuing with the newspaper. In individuals served. I couldn’t see me anywhere else. large sizes January we were to pick our new client representatives - so what better way than to have an election. First we chose and announced candidates, then we had debates. Next we made our ballot boxes and then let the Check out voting begin. During election time Alternative Services everyone got the opportunity to activities calendar at choose who they wanted as their client representative. We also under learned how to play many new quot;special eventsquot;! games that I’m sure most of you remember from television - Wheel of Fortune, Name That Tune, The Price is Right. The three different areas at Alternative Services got the David Matlick looks for eagles on a trip during chance to tour Fun City, boy did one of Alternative Services many outings. everyone like that. Every Friday
  5. 5. News & Views Page 5 EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT INTERVIEW WITH BOB SELLS Craig Francis of Burlington built a map kiosk for his Eagle Scout Project on the east side of Walton Lake. When did you first become a He is in Scout Troop #40. Craig enlisted the help of scout? his troop as well. The kiosk will have a map of the A long time ago. In the 80’s. Do you have any memorable moments? Help teach classes to the kids. Help at Camp Eastman What are some of the things you have learned? Responsibilities. About badges. Camping in woods, teach survival skills, cooking in pans, making camp fires. What was your Eagle Scout Project? Behind Walton I made a flower area along with postings of both Hope Haven events garden and a bench and a map of the and community happenings lake. Gregg Oriano and Charles Sells were also a part of that project to Craig is the son of Ted and Ruth Francis. He has earn their Eagle Scout badges. been involved in scouting for 10 years and has earned 30 merit badges. His high school activities have What would your advice be for cub included band, soccer, cross country, and jazz band. scouts, young kids? Go to another troop and watch their Thank you, Craig, and congratulations on earning your meeting and see how they do things Eagle. Please stop out and see his project which is and talk about how I’m doing in my located behind Walton Group Home. troop.
  6. 6. Page 6 Spring 2006 FLEXIBLE SERVICES Spring greetings from Flex. The Discovery Center were on hand to celebrate with us. winter was mild and we enjoyed On December 19th, Jake Shafer entertained us with many activities, outings, and guest the keyboard, and on the 21st, we had a gift exchange speakers. Some of the events were: and lunch from Subway for our Christmas party. We rounded out the month celebrating Nathan’s birthday We had a catered lunch from Dave’s with cookies from Pam’s Cakes on the 28th. Super Valu for our Thanksgiving feast on November 23rd. On To learn about different careers, we were fortunate to November 29th, Sara Kaufman, have Captain Randy Higginbotham from the 224th Henry County CPC, showed us how came to Flex to speak to us about the military. He to make tied Christmas garland with answered questions about being in the military and material and lights. Barb and Lisa specifically about the war in Iraq. Wiezorek, both independent beauty consultants for Mary Kay Cosmetics, With the new semester at IWC, we are able to attend a came to Flex to teach us about skin forum each Thursday morning. Recently we learned care on December 2nd. Also on about ragtime music. On Thursday, January 26th, we December 2nd, Cheyenne had a pizza lunch in celebration of January birthdays. Davidshofer was here from Mt. Those celebrating were Crystal Raker, Mary Ann Pleasant Schools to job shadow. Utrecth, and Ben Lyon was celebrating a half of a century. May Swarm, along with 24 people from the Friends Disaster Service, On February 17th, the students from the Discovery went to Gulfport, Mississippi as relief Center celebrated Valentine’s Day with us at Flex. We workers. May stated that all worked had punch, cookies, made a “Friendship” wreath, and very hard and there was still so much the students read books to us. As always, we appreci- left to do there. She also said that ate and enjoy the interaction with the students. many are aware of the needs from New Orleans, but some in Missis- On Wednesday, February 22nd, we had a chili lunch in sippi felt that they were forgotten. celebration of February birthdays. Those celebrating May was told, “We have no food, no were Janet Klein, Bob Klopfenstein, and Jay Spillers. water, and we see the trucks just Janet celebrated her birthday early with cake on the 6th pass us by on their way to New of February. On Thursday, February 23rd, we went to Orleans.” Also, Zac Davis went Wal-Mart in Burlington for a m a Health Nut work- with another group to render hurri- shop sponsored by “Field Trip Factory”. We then had cane relief assistance. lunch at Ryan’s provided by Curt Swarm from Humana. We extend out appreciation for providing us We had a wonderful holiday season a wonderful lunch. that was filled with activities, crafts, and outings. We began with an outing to Willowbank where Eric Hunt sponsored a wonderful party. We then made Christmas crafts with Connie and Jessika from REM on December 13th. On December 14th the Rhythm Rockers gave a wonder- ful holiday presentation for us. On December 16th, the students from
  7. 7. News & Views Page 7 SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT If we make our We have a lot of exciting news here in Supported Employment. Marvin Riley was nominated along with 17 goal to live a life of fellow Great River Health Center employees for the 2005 Excel Employee of the Year. Marvin ran on a compassion and platform of transportation accessibility for the environ- unconditional love, mental services department. Congratulations on a good job this year, Marvin! Brian Burdette also received an then the world will employee of the month at Taco Bell in 2005. Bob Sells indeed become a and Greg Oriano became Eagle Scouts recently; so if you see them be sure to congratulate them. Barb garden where all Springer retired from Diamond Dave’s after 15 years of dedicated service and will receive an award this April. kinds of flowers Please attend the annual meeting on Monday, April 24th. can bloom and Tickets are only $5.00 and it’s an enjoyable evening. Employment Services says good-bye to Derek Reid, grow. who was a dedicated job coach for over 10 years. Derek has taken a position as a case manager at Lee ~ Elizabeth Co. DHS Case Management and he will be missed. Be Kubler-Ross sure to say, quot;Hi,quot; to our new job coach, Randy Berenger. Welcome aboard, Randy! Mt. Pleasant Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive - Chairman, Steve Slobodnik, and Grand Knight, Dr. Chris Dupuis, presents a check to Julie Anderson for Hope Haven.
  8. 8. Page 8 Spring 2006 The following individuals, organizations, and businesses have donated cash, goods, services, or the use of their facilities from November 10th, 2005, through March 3rd, 2006. We thank all for their generosity. We sincerely hope that we have not inadvertently left anyone off the list. Please contact us if your name or organization has not been recognized. Cash Benefactors $500 and Over Contributors $100 and Over Bernardo & Cynthia Thomas Mt. Pleasant Knights of Barbara Crawford Bob & Connie Martin Columbus Council #7249 Wallace & Virginia Riepe Leonard & Maxine French ARC of Henry County Gold Wing Touring Association Tom & Linda Jones St. Alphonsus Church - Chapter A Phil & Mona Heiniger Mt. Pleasant Sperry United Methodist Don & Norma Helphrey S G Construction - Ron & Women Allen & Miriam Bloomer Dan Massner John & Mary Freeland Jon & Julie Schmidgall Mr. & Mrs. Milton Meuler Janet Klein Roger & Nedra Adkins Mr. & Mrs. Irvin M. Stein Clarence & Rosemary Harris Bob & Naomi Lindell Harry & Virginia Murray John & Carol Steiner Judith & Edward Devine Foundation Don & Janice Boyer Dr. & Mrs. John Peterson Pauline Kester Norman Mauthe H. M. Readinger, M.D. Yevonne & Edwin Helling Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Darnold Rex & Nancy Beetner Mrs. Carol Caston and Loren Stein Jean Mazur & Ted C. Family Harry Mauthe, Jr. Mazur Robert & Loretta Blind Jeanne Vogelgesang Kerry & Lisa Keller Mr. & Mrs. H. H. Schmidgall Hal & Karen Minnick Christ Episco Church Mediapolis Savings Bank Mary Ough Women Wanda Miller Glenn & Alta Dockendorf First United Methodist Elvin & Doris Spicknall Mr. & Mrs. Robert Matsch Church - Mediapolis Burlington/West Burlington G. A. & Nella Elliott Iowa One Gift Campaign Area United Way, Inc. Joe & Virginia Schulte Gene Eagle Catfish Bend Casinos Marge & Dean Marshall Mary Davis Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schulte Robert & Jean Heiens Fred Finke & Louise Knights of Columbus Council Pat Dowell Wiederrecht-Finke #568 - Burlington Mary Ann Brown Mary & Norton Seeley Trust Gilbert & Celia Crawford Leland L. Valeu Patrons $250 and Up Chuck & Betty Hutchcroft Mr. & Mrs. Dale Ruth IN HONOR OF Houghton Knights of Columbus Larry & Dee Burch CLARENCE & Council #3905 First Baptist Church - ROSEMARY HARRIS Edith Unterkircher Burlington Jill & Dan Bridleman Doris Cordill Dwight & Sue Mulch Mrs. Helen Henderson Francis & Mary McAllister Wayland State Bank Geraldine Ostertag Les & Gladys McGohan Mary Ann Baker IN HONOR OF JIM & Dan & Lois Braun David & Evelyn Schneider PAT DARNOLD Steve & Terri Crowley Mary Ellen Rincon Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Darnold Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. Randall Winter Swedesburg WELCA
  9. 9. News & Views Page 9 Friends Up to $99 Terri Miller Betty M. Somermeyer Murphy’s Services Darlene Hoover Ron & Donna Bennett Wayne Johnson IN HONOR OF Alfred & Susan Kristensen Larry Anderson MARVIN RILEY Joy Charbonneaux Carol & Vic Lauer Ruth M. Goldsmith Richard & Sherry Robb Mr. & Mrs. John Rowell Ruth Hemann St. Alphonsus Ladies of Charity Mr. & Mrs. Merlin Hellman & Linda & Gus Hagers Family Edward & Susan Kropa Mary Winnike Thomas & Marilyn Young Eugene & Irene Kreiger Michael & Janet Fitzgibbon Mrs. Louis Clauz Alice Kamp Iowa One Gift Donation James & Elsie Grisolano John & Jane Wickham Mary Z. Klein Geneive Hingst Roger & Caroline Parrott Kathleen Keppel Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Massner Michael & Anne Hunter Mrs. Teresa K. Marti Ed Scott Sonny & Shirley Fraise Senator Gene & Faye Fraise First Baptist Church - Elvin & Doris Spicknall Mt. Pleasant IN HONOR OF Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Gehrmann Delores Ruschill JOHN HURLIMAN Stan & Marianne Higdon Tim S. Dupy Lisa Jennison Helen Bargman Gladys N. Kamp Beverly Fisher Jerry & Julie Anderson Kenneth Hatch Ivan & Bonnie Hasselbusch John & Ida Mae Korn Marvel Torkelson Kathleen & Ralph E. Davis Conrad & Roletta Gerst Al & Joanne Oetken Steve & Linda Heise Jane & Dick Lewis Forrest & Peggy Hunt James Meierotto Alice McCuen Alvin & Frieda Folkers Russell & Connie Fry Madelyn Shumaker Keith, Rita & Brandon Howard Louis Dehner Harold Linder Fred Harris Dr. Mary McManis Mr. & Mrs. Ken Sorensen Mr. & Mrs. Donald Kellar Richard & Bernice Laue George Angerer Pauline R. Brumm St. Luke United Church George, Fern & Marjorie Helt Women’s Fellowship Beatrice Huston John & Mary Arie Dr. Kenneth Kokjohn Carroll & Pat Reid Bessie Avon Finke Genny & Al Lunning James & Patricia Darnold Dr. & Mrs. Dale Brinkmeyer Anita Lange Elva Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. Paul Thielbert United Heartland Lewis & Carol Reed Howard & Dorothy Reif Harlan & Barbara Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kobs Roderick E. & Marlys J. Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fichtenkort Deb Knupp Dorothy L. Dorothy
  10. 10. Page 10 Spring 2006 Goods/Services Mike Heckenberg George Reed Thelma Wehr Mel Wallrich Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Dischler Bryan Nelson Lois Cory Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schulte The Arrowhead Motel Tom & Diana Doran Jerry Trumbo Tom & Linda Murphy Burlington Bank & Trust Brittney Wagenbach Mr. Alfred Schwartz Burke Cleaners Sharon Eversmeyer Debbie Irwin Burton & Joanne Prugh Debbie Hoyt Bernardo & Cynthia Thomas Bob Dowell Julie Atteberry Dari & Tony Good Imagine That Toy Shop Aaron & Diane Kruse Judy Amenell Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schrock Derby Furniture Jan Szymla Bob Saldeen Valley Distribution Corp. - Marge Marshall Shane & Mary Dolohanty Ken Reif Dana & Mike Malloy Mr. & Mrs. Frank Delaney Evonne Peitz Darven & Lara Kendell Kurt Gadau Linda & Buzz Ahrold Dr. & Mrs. Kumar Mullangi Carolyn Mapel Girls Scout Troop #122 Cindy & Tim Seibert Joe & Jane Weigert Mark & Jany Eisenmann Doug & Melanie Stucker Carol Hillgartner Burlington Optimist Club Steve & Terri Crowley Kim & Jeff Staub Janet Oetken Jerry & Julie Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Don Ross Lynda Ball Linda Phillips Ruth Fortune Jim & Sandy Carter Ray Peebler JC Penney’s Co. Ray Jaeger Dr. & Mrs. Ron Lee Jo Wolf Amy Mitchell Sue & Dwight Mulch Ana Warner Melody Keeve St. John/Paul Religious Education Renee Plumb Mike’s Auto Parts Confirmation Class Tim Dupy Sandra Marsden Jane & Joe Weingart Bob & Clara Klein Amy Wolf Barb Mark John & Jill Fullenkamp Joe & Koni Lounsbury Judy & Darrell Haar Walt & Ellie Peterson Mike Stogdill Harold & Monika Dowell Delores Ruschill Kyle & Nola DeBerg Apostolic Christian Church Irene Houston Dee & Larry Burch Happy Joe’s Gene Eagle Joe & Joan Staub Talbot’s Donna Smith Mrs. Kenneth Groe Mr. & Mrs. Joe Mahoney Debbie Burden Darlene Conway Gary & Carol Brotherson Harold & Rosemary Glasgow Curt Swarm Keith & Rita Howard Esther Croll Donna Quickstad The Bagel Shop Church of the Open Bible Dr. & Mrs. Harvey Eastburn US Bank Newman’s Own Manpower Ana Warner Clara Klein Laura & Terry West Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brouwer Ron & Theola Savage Barbara Springer Carol Edmunds Harold & Monica Dowell Dr. & Mrs. John Peterson Karen Stewart Dr. Greg & Patty Day Mr. & Mrs. Byron Baumgartner Sue & Chuck Kershner Millard Refrigeration Don & Barbara Koch 3rd Street Sandwich Shop Dee & Glen Porter Jim & Cheryl West Target Stores Linda Wallace
  11. 11. News & Views Page 11 Memorials Volunteers IN LOVING MEMORY OF PARENTS, WALTER & EDNA KLEIN Jackie Chubb Roma Duncan Ann Klein Webb Betty Erhardt Sue Klein Hovey Paul Eisenmann Barb Klein Patricia Hummer Marge Peterson IN MEMORY OF KATHLEEN BLIND Vivian Kellar Shirley Greiner Mr. & Mrs. Robert Blind Mary Havenhill Vicky Liggett Phyllis Wondra KATHERINE NORTHCUTT MEMORIAL Reva Housewright Anne & Dennis Aney Erma Perry Mary Wolkenhauer Pauline Palmer Jerry & Sharon Wolkenhauer Cheryl Cronan Vicky Liggett Dustin Eaton RICHARD L. WILLIAMS MEMORIAL Nicole Kindig Fred & Gwen Scholer Carolyn Carter Connie Schillie Marcia Sourwine MARGARET MASSICK MEMORIAL Fred & Gwen Scholer IN MEMORY OF JERI CARTER Wanda Magel IN MEMORY OF HAROLD WOLFE Wanda Magel IN MEMORY OF ROY, HELEN, AND JOHN WISE Judy Bond
  12. 12. Page 12 Spring 2006 Memorials LARRY DAVIS MEMORIAL H.D. & Shirley Sandage Don & Sarah Ratekin George & Edna Twining Dolores & Robert Pilzer Glen & Marilyn Bell Max & JoAnn Whisler Richard & Carol Tuschick Joseph & Donna Manro Bob Hudson Donald & Doris Johnson Larry & Mary Beverly Gil & Mary Shaver Eugene & Henrietta Brumbaugh Arie & Catherine Breed David Matlick Donald & Lois Billingsley Maureen Richenberger Jim & Judi Jones Marvin Riley Lloyd & Cindy Forsyth Susan Schock Glen & Jacqueline Cooksey Philip Reeder Dick & Beverly Johnson Greg Schulte Velma Johnson Walton Group Home Staff Danny & Carol Staggs Clifford & Lauree Spiller Kermit & Sandra Sparks Perry Slingsby Systems, Inc. James & Georgana Hutton Frank & Barbara Willy Carol Gunter Mr. & Mrs. James Wycoff Arnold & Lisa Banister Auto Zone Robert & Jeanette Roosa Lowell & Mary Rasmussen Barbara & Dick Sherwood Patrick & Patricia Persante Addi Carlon Mark & Mari Jo Miller Lorrie Coleman Bunny Nicely David & Loretta Winter JUNE KROGMEIER MEMORIAL Donald & Diane Dean State Public Policy Group, Inc. Keith & Jo Ann Johnson Connie Ortman Lana & Bob Stewart Jerry & Linda Linderbaum Robert & Mary Keller David & Patricia Martinez Kerry & Lisa Keller Julie & Jerry Anderson Paul & Nancy Engwall MARGUERITE FARHA Angela Vagell MEMORIAL David & Jeannie Christensen Jerry & Mary Krafka Lou Harter Robert & Diane Beatty Tom & Shelley, Lydia & Gracie Harter Susie & Clinton Hutchings Winnie Korns Lenora Johnson IN MEMORY DOROTHY Evona & Paul Petherick CROWNER GERLING Bruce & Shirley Wells Robert & Marjorie Allender Richard & Norma Bogner Martha & James McCreary Wanda & Vernon Hixson Rosemary Overholtzer
  13. 13. News & Views Page 13 MARVIN L. CROWELL MEMORIAL ANITA EAGLE MEMORIAL Norman Bud Mauthe Janice Hancock Harry Mauthe, Jr. Wade Nelson Rick Chaney George & Mary Reed Sally Maus Rae Rhodes Jerry & Julie Anderson Larry Carl Oetken Ronald & Nila Carnes Pat Eland Clarence & Rosemary Harris Steve & Mary Graham Nancy Crowell Marlene Jackson Service is Bob & LuAnn Glaser Mrs. Glenn Hingst giving REGINA STEFFENSMEIER MEMORIAL Pat O’Hanlon what you Sally Maus don't have DUANE ANDERSON MEMORIAL to give, Jerry & Julie Anderson MARY SCHULTHIES MEMORIAL giving Susan Johnson Jerry & Julie Anderson what you GERALDINE KOONTZ MEMORIAL Doug & Melanie Stucker Delphia Wagler don't need Kim & Leann Luttenegger to give, PAMELA BEAVERS MEMORIAL giving Kathryn Hobart because you want JOSEPH F. SKERIK, III MEMORIAL to give. Allen & Rose Avery ~Damain BCSD Bus Drivers Carolyn J. Hawes Hess Michael & Brenda Monfils John & Bobbie Peterson 2006 HOLIDAY CALENDAR Barbara & Mary Sharp Zotz (Days Vocational Programs are closed.) TOM COOPER MEMORIAL April 14th - Good Friday Dr. & Mrs. John Peterson May 29th - Memorial Day July 4th - Fourth of July September 4th - Labor Day November 23 - Thanksgiving November 24 - Thanksgiving December 22 - Christmas Holiday December 25 - Christmas Holiday December 29 - New Year's Eve
  14. 14. Our mission........ Hope Haven does not release donor information to other entities. If you wish to have your name 2006 BOARD OF DIRECTORS removed from future fundraising communica- to assist persons with tions or have an address change, please notify disabilities to live a Julie or Melanie, Development Department, Walter Walz, President life of opportunity and 3711 Lenox, Burlington, IA 52601. Jim Carter, Vice President Phone: (319) 754-4689 well-being. e-mail: Chris Grimm, Treasurer Patricia Coe, Secretary The Hope Haven quot;News & Viewsquot; is a quarterly Our vision........ publicaton of Hope Haven Area Development Center Corporation; a non-profit 501(c)3 organiza- tion dedicated to serving people with disabilities. Lyndel Barton Hope Haven Area Executive Director: Cynthia A. Thomas Dale Fett Development Center, Director of Development & Community Relations: Ron Halligan through it's commit- Julie Lunning Anderson Elyn Holton-Dean Editor: Melanie L. Stucker Francis McAllister ment to excellence in care and services, will All services are available to anyone without regard set the standard for to age, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, degree of disability, race, color, creed, support to persons or citizenship. with disabilities. Burlington, IA 52601-2211 PERMIT NO. 576 3711 Lenox Burlington, IA 52601 PAID Hope Haven Area Development Center U.S. Postage Non Profit Org. Printed on recycled paper.