OUR MISSION The Community Foundation exists to champion philanthropy and build endowments for the lasting good of Whitley County.
“If you are really thankful, what do you do?” “You share.”
~ W. Clement Stone
OUR CORE VALUES
Transparency Stewardship Integrity Discretion
Professionalism Fairness Impartiality Collaboration
The Community Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 public charity guided by a volunteer board of directors. We are funded through charitable donations by people and organizations driven by the desire to do good. The building was made possible thanks to meaningful grants from private foundations and a few supportive private donors. Foundation leaders intentionally avoided a capital campaign that would have put the organization in competition with the very nonprofits we are here to support. The land for the new structure was secured through a trade with Columbia City. The historic 163-year-old red brick house that served us well for 23 years will now be home to the Columbia City Parks Department. While the building went up, business carried on. Our efforts on behalf of Next Level Whitley County continued to unfold as we sought to find solutions to a lack of vocational training and mental health services in our community. An unforeseen change in plans forced the collaborative partners to re-think a space for expanding much needed drug and alcohol recovery services. Meanwhile, the Whitko Career Academy thrived. WCA was launched as another Next Level Whitley County project in partnership with Whitko Schools and the Don Wood Foundation. The vocational training center offers students unique learning opportunities on first-class equipment. Classes are led by experienced, dedicated instructors. Our collaboration with Community Corrections continued to enjoy success as individuals interested in learning new skills took evening CNC classes for certification. I’m pleased to share that nine new endowment funds were established in 2022. The very core of what we do is serve donors by helping them to fulfill their charitable goals. In addition to several new scholarships, we now have the means to support single mothers who experience the heartache of a stillborn child and need help with funeral costs. Nyah’s Angels Fund was created by two very compassionate donors who believe that grief needs its own space, free of worry and concerns over finances related to the loss. There was also an endowed fund established to help underwrite the costs of maintaining K-9 officers for the Department of Natural Resources. We’re going to the dogs – and that’s a good thing! To all of the donors who contributed gifts past and present, we hope this report generates some personal satisfaction – look what you made possible!
Director’s Report: Sharing Information When it comes to transparency, we aspire to have glass pockets. Our organization exists in part to attract private donations for community good. We do this work on a platform of core values which includes transparency. Over the past three decades, the Community Foundation has built credibility and public confidence by openly sharing our grantmaking, leadership, and financial activities. This annual report is an important part of the process. On the following pages readers can learn about the various endowment funds we oversee; the unrestricted grants and deserving scholarships awarded in 2022, as well our professionally audited financial statements. It’s also our chance to publicly thank the many donors who have shared resources; their desire to do good has fueled our work. In 2022, after four years of planning, the Community Foundation broke ground on a new building that will allow for continued expansion of services. As more donors seek to fulfill their charitable goals through our Foundation, we’ll need additional staff to carry out their wishes. Once the construction project was announced, questions turned to funding. We were surprised to learn that some people thought we are tax supported – a part of Whitley County government. We aren’t.
Thanks for sharing.
September McConnell, CEO
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Sharing Our Secret
The Power of Endowed Giving
It’s really no secret – many of the grants and scholarships awarded in 2022 came from gifts made to the Community Foundation many years ago, while other contributions were recent. The secret rests in how donations are managed and invested – they are endowed. When someone makes a gift to an endowment at the Community foundation, their contribution is never spent. EVER. Instead, the gift is prudently invested to produce earnings. A percentage of those earnings are used to fulfill the donor’s intent in the form of grants and scholarships. Through a contractual fund agreement, the Foundation makes distributions based on the donor’s instructions and charitable goals. Typically, a portion of the earnings are set aside to ensure the fund continues to grow over time. As years go by, grants from endowment funds will far exceed their original gift. Best of all, these endowments are designed to last forever, meaning gifts will still be enhancing Whitley County for generations to come. In 2022, the Community Foundation grew to encompass 210 endowed funds.
How Endowments Work
Total Grants Distributed
Original Gift: $50,000 Assumes an 8% return and 4% distribution.
Endowment Funds are meant to continue to grow and help Whitley County residents for generations to come.
The Community Foundation’s Walter Malicki Whitko Art Endowment provides funding for Whitko’s summer art program. Students can hone their talents and gain cultural appreciation during field trips to regional museums.
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Endowments Agency Funds
These endowment funds benefit the non-profit organizations for which they are named by creating a stable, annual stream of income. While they benefit specific organizations, they are an asset of the Community Foundation.
Acres Land Trust Endowment Fund B.A.B.E. Fund Bernice Kessler Whitley County Humane Society Fund Camp Whitley, Inc. Fund
Cancer Services of Northeast IN Fund Center for Whitley County Youth Fund Churubusco Public Library Fund
Columbia City United Methodist Church Endowment Fund Crooked Lake Conservation Fund est. by John & Aileen Meier Faith Christian Academy Endowment Fund Freedom Academy Fund George Franklin Schultz YMCA Endowment Fund Habitat for Humanity of Whitley County Fund Honeywell Fund for Art Education Junior Achievement Endowment Fund Loon Lake Conservation Fund Maryln Sellers Whitley County Humane Shelter Fund Methodist Federation of Social Action Fund Mihsihkinaahkwa Powwow Endowment Fund Mission 25 Fund Oak Grove Church of God Children’s Ministries Fund Parkview Whitley Foundation Fund
Passages to the Future Fund Peabody Public Library Fund Simon J. Peabody Endowment Fund Stepping Stones Childcare Endowment Fund
Happy Campers? You bet! A local rite of passage that spans decades, Camp Whitley offers area youth the chance to make wholesome summer memories without having to go so very far away. Thanks to generous donations to the Camp Whitley Endowment Fund, major projects have been easier to tackle at Camp. Most recently, the organization was able to build a new Director’s cabin.
T.R.O.Y. Center Endowment Fund United Way of Whitley County Fund
W. Byron & Marian E. Bollinger South Whitley Public Library Fund W. Byron & Marian E. Bollinger South Whitley Community Church Fund Whitley County and Whitley Memorial Hospital – EMS Fund Whitley County Council on Aging and Aged Fund Whitley County Historical Society Fund Whitley County Literacy Council Endowment Fund Whitley County YMCA Fund Whitley County YMCA Life Lessons 3rd Grade Learn to Swim Program Fund YWCA Whitley County Fund
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Donor Advised Funds A Donor Advised Fund is an easy, cost-effective way for donors to support charitable projects anywhere in the world, at any time they choose. Gifts to Donor Advised Funds qualify for an immediate tax deduction, regardless of when the donor decides to recommend a contribution. Foundation staff will confirm that the donor’s charities meet IRS requirements and then issue a check from the Donor Advised Fund.
Benton W. and Thelma L. Bloom Fund EDL Legacy Fund James and September McConnell Family Fund John and Laura Lefever Fund Lloyd & Maryjane Geyer/Denzil & Betty Schrader Memorial Fund M. Russel Fahl Family Fund Samuel & Sara St. Clair Fund Scientific & Regulatory Consultants Donor Advised Fund
Steve and Gloria More Family Fund The Copp Family Memorial Fund
Field of Interest Endowment Funds A Field of Interest fund allows donors to specify an interest area, either broadly or narrowly defined. The Foundation has discretion to make grants within the donor’s interest area.
Arts Alive! CenturyLink Economic Development Fund Dekko Childcare Endowment John Slavich Fund for Whitley County Youth Richland Township Community Field of Interest Fund Roy Kilby Youth Sports Endowment Fund Shirley Ann Gates Fund The Walter and Dorothy Weick Memorial Fund Women’s Giving Circle Fund for Women’s Health
Giving Gardens provides little folks with the chance to connect with nature while learning every step of the way. The Foundation utilized funding available in the Dekko Childcare Fund , a Field of Interest endowment, to help Giving Gardens with structural needs.
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Designated Endowment Funds Designated funds allow donors to provide an enduring legacy to charitable causes close to their hearts. Alan Fox Fund for Veteran Transportation Anita R. Baston Operating Endowment CFCW Operating Endowment, est. by Old Settlers Association Christian School Endowment Fund Columbia City Firefighters’ Christmas Candy Fund Columbia City High School Speech and Debate Fund Columbia City Rotary Club Centennial Fund David and Barbara Bilger Family Fund Dennis and Judith Hudson Commitment of the Heart Award Fund Dominic and Susan Devito Fund Henry and Thora Lefever Fund Joseph E. Fahl Endowment Fund Les Bills’ Family Firemen’s Christmas Fund Lindsey Hively Scholarship Fund Margaret Priscilla Waterfall Whitley County Dazzlers Fund National Resources District 2 K-9 Fund Nyah’s Angels Fund Old Settlers Association Endowment Phyllis I Vandersaul Fund Sierra’s Fund South Whitley Community Facilities Endowment Splash Pad (Columbia City) Endowment Fund Terry Lee Smith Sr. Memorial Fund The Crooked Lake Conservation Fund est. by John & Aileen Meier The Honorables Phil M. & Patricia A. McNagny Crooked Lake Conservation Fund Donovan Kessler Little Swimmers’ Endowment Fund Edwin E. and Flossie L. Heupel Good Samaritan Fund George Scott and Mildred Smith Gates Fund HANDS Endowment Fund Janet Hinen Giving a Helping Hand Fund
The Alan Fox Veterans Transportation Fund is a designated endowment dedicated to helping provide local veterans with transportation to medical treatments and appointments. Offered in collaboration with Whitley Transit, this program fulfills a civic responsibility to take care of those who took care of us.
Walter Malicki Whitko Art Endowment Whitley County Hospice Endowment Whitley County K-9 Fund
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Unrestricted Endowments When donors make unrestricted gifts to the Foundation, they give us their blessing to direct the contribution where the need is the greatest at any point in time. The Foundation’s volunteer Grants Committee reviews applications twice a year and uses this funding to award grants to worthy projects.
Andy and Toni More Community Fund Charl and Karen Bandelier Community Fund Clark Waterfall DVM Fund Community Foundation of Whitley County Greater Good Fund Dekko Enhancement Fund Don and Jane Langeloh Community Fund Don and Sharlene Berkshire Community Fund Don Armstrong Community Fund Donna K. Harl Unrestricted Fund Ferber Family Fund Gary and Ann Dillon Community Fund Greg and Ann Fahl Community Fund Jack and Judy Moore Community Fund James R. and Kathleen M. Heuer Community Fund Jean and Roger Long Community Fund Jerry Busche Family Fund Lake City Bank Community Fund
Max Fahl Unrestricted Endowment Fund Pamela S. McCoy Fund in Memory of Russel and Evelyn Fahl Philip and Leta Shriver Fund Rosemary Steiner Community Fund Scientific & Regulatory Consultants Community Fund Sherm Kneller Endowment Fund The Honorables Phil M. & Patricia A. McNagny Community Fund Theodore A. Schultz Unrestricted Fund Thora I. Lefever Whitley County Quality of Life Fund Tim and Beth Bloom Community Fund William and Barbara Overdeer Community Fund Wood Family First Olive Fund
In 2022, the Community Foundation was able to provide a $30,000 grant to the Whitley County Council on Aging and Aged for a much-needed kitchen upgrade at the Woodlands Senior Center. The funding was provided through our Greater Good Fund, an unrestricted endowment which allows our Community Foundation to direct funding where it is needed most.
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Hannah Boersema was the 2022 recipient of the Margaret “Margo” Kaler Langohr Art Scholarship . She submitted this piece of art (detail) “Bee Book” as part of her application.
Scholarships and Awards A Scholarship fund allows donors to help students realize their educational dreams or support the schools and universities of their choice. The founding donor determines the criteria for selection of scholarship recipients, and the Foundation administers the process of making the awards.
Alan Tio Advanced Manufacturing Scholarship Andrea Norman Henry and John Anthony Norman Theater Scholarship Andrew C. Spencer Memorial Scholarship Fund Annette M. Lamle Memorial Endowment Fund Ashley Morgan Storm Memorial Scholarship B.V. and Flossie C. Widney Memorial Foundation Scholarship Becky J. Reed Memorial Girls’ Track Scholarship Ben Konger Memorial Scholarship Bernice Carver Scholarship of Hope Fund Betsy Jayne Gates Memorial Scholarship Fund Bob Brittain Memorial Scholarship/ CCHSAA Scholarship Fund Brandon Wade Minier Memorial Scholarship Fund Buesching Tucker Scholarship Fund Charles White Scholarship Churubusco Building Trades Scholarship Churubusco High School Fine Arts Production/Thespian Scholarship Churubusco Masonic Lodge Clifford Diehl Memorial Scholarship Class of ‘63 Scholarship Fund Columbia City FFA Scholarship
Columbia City High School Foreign Language Scholarship Columbia City High School Spanish Club Scholarship Fund Columbia City Rotary Scholarship Fund Daniel D. and Martha J. Rock Memorial Scholarship Daniel E Bolinger Memorial Scholarship Dan Mullett “For the Love of a Child” Scholarship Dean and Jordan Hoffman Whitley County 4H Beef Club Scholarship Devol Award Diane R. Behrens Nursing Scholarship Ernest Earl Heimbach Scholarship Fund Eppelmann Family Fund Eric Reed Scholarship Fund Gabrielle “Gabby” Jones Memorial Scholarship” Gene C. Carter Memorial Scholarship Howard and Mimi Wherry Memorial Scholarship Irma and Donald L. Ferber Fund JAKES Scholarship Fund James E. and Janice Hammer Academic Team Achievement Award Fund James E. Thompson Memorial Scholarship Jerry Walker Memorial Scholarship Fund Joey Devito Scholarship Fund Johnathan Lewis Simmons Memorial Scholarship
Joseph H. & Irene Shull Tri Kappa Memorial Scholarship Kenny Beck Changes in Latitude Memorial Scholarship Kenny Simon Scholarship Fund Lawrence and Freida Bunnell Memorial Scholarship Fund Lester and Joy Worrick Memorial Scholarship Lucille L Staples Business/Journalism Scholarship Malicki Family Scholarship Margaret “Margo” Kaler Langohr Art Scholarship Mark Gradeless Welding Scholarship Matt and Tonette Dahms Award for Vocational Excellence
Max Gandy Scholarship Fund Roark Maxwell Fizer Scholarship Fund Megan Christine Young Memorial Scholarship Nathalie Mason Mullon Scholarship Nicholas and Laurel Steill Fund Ohki Scholarship Fund Pat Reed Art Education Scholarship Paul Schmidt Football Scholarship Randall & Patricia Holler Business Scholarship for Manchester University Rely C. & Izora Zumbrun Education Fund Richard “Kit” Redman Memorial Football Scholarship Robert & Grace Karst R.N. Scholarship Robert Hood Scholarship Fund
Dylan Black received the Johnathan Lewis Simmons Memorial Scholarship . It was established in memory of Johnathan to assist students from Whitko High School who are interested in a career in the automotive field.
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Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship
Russell & Ruby Sherman Memorial Basketball Scholarship Scientific & Regulatory Consultants Scholarship Fund Senator Harold “Potch” Wheeler Memorial Scholarship” Susie & Leigh Waugh Scholarship Fund Tenney Family Scholarship Fund Tiffany N. Parker Memorial Scholarship Fund Tina Parker Award Timothy Hearld Memorial Scholarship Todd Jagger Memorial Scholarship Tom Ness Scholarship Fund Turtle Town Players Scholarship Tyler Andreas Memorial Football Scholarship Unverzagt Family Memorial Endowment Whitko Scholarship Fund Whitley County 4-H Beef Club Whitley County 4-H Helping Hands Scholarship Fund Whitley County Builders’ Association Whitley County Korean War Awareness Scholarship Whitley County Retired Teachers’ Association Scholarship Wilbert and Louise Luderman Scholarship Fund William D Staples Athletic Scholarship Young Family Scholarship Honoring the memories of Lloyd, Ruth Anna, John, and Carol Young
Each Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship provides for full tuition, required fees and a special allocation of up to $900 per year for required books and required equipment for four years. The scholarship is for undergraduate students studying on a full-time basis leading to a baccalaureate degree at any eligible Indiana public or private nonprofit college or university. Lilly Endowment Community Scholars may also participate in the Lilly Scholars Network (LSN), which connects both current scholars and alumni with resources and opportunities to be active leaders on their campuses and in their communities. Both the scholarship program and LSN are supported by grants from Lilly Endowment to Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) and Indiana Humanities. Grace Schaekel, a 2023 graduate of Columbia City High School, was awarded the 2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship for Whitley County. Lilly Endowment Community Scholars are known for their community involvement, academic achievement, character, and leadership.
Daniel D. and Martha J. Rock Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was created in honor of Whitley County farmers Daniel D. and Martha J. Rock. It is awarded to finalists of the prestigious Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship.
The Turtle Town Players Scholarship was created by Churubusco High School teacher Harold Norman and is awarded to a student in recognition of their time and commitment to Churubusco High School’s theater department. It was awarded to Kaden Fields in 2022.
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Sharing the Gifts: 2022 Grantmaking As our assets and partnerships grow, so does our ability to increase our grantmaking activities. The Foundation supports charitable projects twice a year through a grant application process. Grants are made possible by donors who have instructed the Foundation to direct their gifts wherever the need is the greatest. The Community Foundation directs grants to charitable projects that will make a positive impact on Whitley County and its people, with particular interest in projects that shed new light on local needs and provide innovative, long-term solutions.
Acres Inc. B.A.B.E.
$1,563.22 $666.66 $6,664.37 $2,822.91 $1,149.31 $17,712.69 $5,000.00 $15,686.91 $15,617.55 $2,069.26
Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana
Churubusco Public Library
Columbia City United Methodist Church
Cornerstone Christian School
Faith Christian Academy
Freedom Academy Honeywell Center
Humane Society of Whitley County Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana Loon Lake Property Owners Association Methodist Federation for Social Action
$15,728.35 $9,507.77 $2,461.14
Oak Grove Church of God Parkview Whitley Hospital
$10,000.00 $47,920.00 $1,716.99 $146.00 $2,108.13
Parkview Whitley Hospital Foundation South Whitley Community Public Library South Whitley United Methodist Church
Stepping Stones Preschool
$5,134.56 $5,522.14 $1,970.89
The Peabody Public Library
BABE of Whitley County benefits from an agency endowment that helps to underwrite expenses for the organization. BABE provides incentives for pregnant women and families to participate in programs and services that benefit the health of infants and children.
Whitley County Council on Aging Whitley County Historical Society
Whitley County YMCA YWCA of Fort Wayne
$354.07 TOTAL $211,862.22
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American Red Cross
$5,000 $8,000 $10,400 $10,000 $10,000
Camp STEAM Ahead
The Center for Whitley County Youth
Cancer Services of NE Indiana Columbia City Tree Board
$5,000 $8,500 $10,000 $5,000 $8,000 $8,420 $2,000 $10,000 $1,500 $2,500
Dekalb Parents Group
Erin’s House for Grieving Children
Peabody Public Library
$1,980 $5,000 $1,800 $10,000 $3,100 $4,000 $6,500 $5,980 $30,000 $20,000 $5,000 $7,500
Ronald McDonald House Royal Family Kids Camp
Salvation Army of Whitley County
South Whitley Community Public Library
South Whitley Parks
Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Whitley County Council on Aging Whitley County Energy Assistance Whitley County Farmers Market
The South Whitley Community Public Library is the gem of South Whitley. The organization received a grant from the Community Foundation’s unrestricted grantmaking funds in 2022. A volunteer Grants Committee reviews applications and recommends grants for approval to the Foundation’s Board of Directors, with whom all funding authority resides.
Youth For Christ
$550 TOTAL $207,705
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The Woodlands Senior Center hosted a friendly game of Family Feud with the Columbia City Police Department and the Columbia City Fire Department.
Smith Green Schools, digital microscope
$419.00 $400.00 $518.98 $564.94
Smith Green Schools, wire school supply baskets Smith Green Schools, laser cutter Smith Green Schools, book sets Smith Green Schools, equipment trailer Smith Green Schools, new tablets Smith Green School, decodable readers Smith Green Schools, scientific calculators
$849.95 $639.90 $420.00 $500.00 $881.10 $679.00 $900.00 $885.78
ISMS, classroom novels
Smith Green Schools, vertical jump tester Smith Green Schools, storage shed for classroom Royal Families Kids Camp, personal hygiene caddies
ISMS Two calculator sets
ISMS Charitable Champions Program
Non-Permanent Funds Unlike endowed funds that stay within the Community Foundation for lasting impact, Community Project Funds are administered as a service to community organizations and can be fully withdrawn.
Abbie Little Playground Fund Camp STEAM Ahead Columbia City High School Alumni Association Columbia City High School Baseball Team Columbia City High School Boys Basketball Booster Club Columbia City High School Boys Soccer Boosters Columbia City High School Cross Country Team Columbia City High School Football Boosters Columbia City High School Girls’ Soccer Boosters Columbia City High School Golf Chaplain Fund
Columbia City FFA Boosters Community Foundation of Whitley County Education Fund Community Scholarship Promotional Fund Demoney-Grimes Life Science Scholarship Dime at a Time Achievement Award Fund Distinguished Young Women’s Program
Dr. James and Susan Stapel Donor Advised Fund Edith M Nylander Trust/Eberhard Lutheran Church Eugene and Rosalind Klingaman Family Fund Faith Christian Academy Expense Nonpermanent Fund Friends of the Concord Cemetery Friends of the Fire and Police Friends of the Peabody Public Library Fund Gamble Bower Love Out Loud Fund George & Lola Schrumpf Fund GIFT VII Fund Horizons of Hope Fund Jacob Tarleton Memorial Scholarship
Chase Warner Memorial Christmas Parade Fund Churubusco Baseball Fund
Churubusco Business Education Community Partnership Fund Churubusco Pool Fund CMBJ Waterfall Fund for Whitley County Students Coesse PTO Columbia City Connect
Indian Springs 8th grade students morphed into grant makers in 2022 when the HANDS Foundation presented Charitable Champions. The students learned about the role of non-profits in our community, then set about writing grant requests for their favorite charities. As a true example of project-based learning, the best presentations were selected to award real grant dollars to local organizations.
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The Gift of Family
“As is perhaps typical, our adoption journey is one with many turns. We started our process after much discussion and prayer in May of 2020. We had 3 amazing boys, but our hearts longed to hold a baby girl as well. We chose to complete our home study with a small agency in Indianapolis, and after a few months, also joined with an adoption consultancy out of Georgia in order to expand our opportunities to be matched. We cannot know how many expectant mothers we had been presented to, but we were never chosen. One day, in February, 2022, we received an email from our consultant about three siblings, twin girls and their older brother. Both Krista and I received this message separately, had already decided that we were going to respond and it only took one look at each other to know that we were going to say ‘yes’ to these kids. The next 24 hours were absolutely crazy as we were trying to figure out how we were going to manage 6 children in our home. Then we got a call... the family decided to choose somebody else. We were devastated. That experience opened our eyes to the world of older children in need of a loving home, something we honestly had never considered. Several weeks later, our oldest son, sitting down at the dinner table specifically prayed for an older sister. We were shocked. Even though we had been considering older children, we never imagined a child older than our boys. We tried to tell him that wasn’t very likely, but God had a different plan. In November 2022, responding to a letter that Krista had submitted, we received a call from NightLight regarding a girl in Virginia. She was 11, older than our boys. We cautiously agreed to explore the situation, met with her parents and despite the challenges we knew we would be facing, God immediately moved in our hearts to say yes. Jayne came home with us in January of this year and our adoption was finalized in August. In the past several months we’ve had our share of ups and downs, but God has been there every step of the way with everything that we’ve needed. Over the extended duration of our adoption journey, in addition to the emotional toll, the financial costs pile up. In 2022, as we were facing the costs of renewing our home study and consultancy agreements, Sierra’s Fund granted us a generous gift that removed that financial burden for the rest of the year. We are extremely grateful for that as it provided much-needed encouragement at the time and allowed us the opportunity to welcome home our daughter.” Written by: Krista and Jacob Bower
Whitley County Dazzlers get ready to perform at a competition in Fort Wayne.
Non-Permanent Funds (Continued)
Junior Lady Eagle Basketball Lady Eagle Basketball Team Boosters
Rex Schrader Testamentary Gift Rich Patch Union Church Rob and Jill Marr Family Fund Scientific & Regulatory Consultants Donor Advised Fund Sierra’s Fund Nonpermanent Straight Smiles Tammy Horne Memorial Scholarship Fund The Potters Hand Todd Jagger Memorial Scholarship Vietnam Memorial Whitko Education Fund Whitley County Arts Commission Whitley County Cares Whitley County Dazzlers Whitley County Domestic Violence Prevention Task Force Whitley County Energy Assistance Fund Whitley County Promise Youth Philanthropy Fund (HANDS Foundation)
Leatherneck Coffee Club Fund Little Turtle Elementary PTSO Mary Raber P.I.E. Micropulse Charity Fund Micropulse Employee Giving Fund Manufacturing Your Future! Don Wood Foundation New Building Fund Night To Shine Fund Northeast Indiana Warbirds Northern Heights Parents In Education Northern Heights Playground Fund Ohki Alley Fund/EDC Old Settler’s Nonpermanent Fund Operating Construction Fund Pass Thru Fund Project Prom – Columbia City High School Ralph Bailey Memorial Fund Randy Bills Memorial Scholarship
Matt and Hallie Grant are recognized as respected business leaders through their successful, international company, Sailrite; but first and foremost, they are parents. Like many families today, the Grant’s story is anything but traditional. The details as to how their family circle was made complete led the couple to establish Sierra’s Fund. The fund, named for their daughter, is an endowment meant to assist Whitley County residents navigating the adoption process to build their own families, now and for generations to come. “The moment Sierra was placed in my arms can’t be explained. The tears came streaming down my face, I couldn’t believe she was our daughter. The adoption process is full of highs and lows but I am here to tell you it is so worth it. I can’t image our family without her, she is exactly where she was meant to be.” ~ Hallie Grant
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Finance: Sharing the Numbers
Granting: Awarded $3.48 million in community grants and scholarships.
Agency Fund Grants: Over $200,000 awarded to local nonprofits from their endowments.
Balance By Fund Type
2013 $1,443,337 2014 $1,787,254 2015 $2,342,271 2016 $1,669,388 2017 $2,442,622 2018 $3,543,033 2019 $2,289,302 2020 $5,740,126 2021 $1,699,271 2022 $3,134,057 Total Amount of Gifts Received
Summary of Statement of Financial Position
Field of Interest
Cash and cash Equivalents
$2,500 $19,409 $7,420 $29,775
Investment earnsing and scholarship Interest receivable, net
$30,772 $4,956 $33,775
Scholarship loans receivable, net
Property and Equipment Building and Improvements Office and computer Equipment
$385,354 $46,215 $461,569 $294,502 $137,067 $96,625
$1,569,481 $307,242 $1,262,239
Less accumulated depreciation
A longstanding community partner, Lake City Bank recently made a generous contribution to the Community Foundation of Whitley County in honor of the financial institution’s remarkable 150th Anniversary. Joining the Foundation’s Board for the check presentation were Bruce Wright - Senior Vice President, Retail Banking Regional Manager; Carolyn Ross – Assistant Vice President, Retail Banking Officer; Shelly Kindler – Vice President, Investment Administrator and Cammy Treadway – Senior Vice President, Commercial East Regional Manager.
Total property and equipment
$1,358,864 $233,692 $35,049,716 $40,059,245
Liabilties and Net Assets
Accounts Payable Grants Payable Accrued Expenses Annuity Reserves
Net Assets Without donor restrictions
Donor Services: 21 new charitable funds opened.
Donations: Receieved over
21 New Funds
With donor restrictions
1,000 gifts totaling over $3.1 million.
Total net assets
$34,389,958 $39,430,493 $35,049,716 $40,059,245
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Donors To the many donors who have placed their trust in the Community Foundation to carry out your charitable giving, we offer our sincere appreciation. Your vote of confidence is our top priority. We have made every attempt to acknowledge each gift. If a mistake has occurred, please let us know so we can correct our records and promptly acknowledge your contribution.
Whitko Alum and School Board member Georgia Tenney chose to work with the Community Foundation to establish a memorial scholarship in memory of her husband, Bob. We are proud that as a donor, she felt confident in the Community Foundation’s operations and entrusted us with this legacy fund.
A-1 Construction Inc. ACI Dental LLC/Turtle Town Dental AJ Machine, Inc. Alexandria Gaff Mary Ann and Alan Anderson Andy’s Car Wash Sharman Ankenbruck Keith and Melinda Antell Dale and Betty Armbruster Mary Ann Armey Sarah Armstrong Jason and Annette Arnold Arthur Dean Family Foundation Leroy and Judy Baatz Baber & Baber P.C. Attorneys at Law Travis and Adelle Baker Patrick and Michelle Ball Charl and Karen Bandelier Cynthia Barnett Roger and Martha Barnhart Michael and Carol Barrell Jerry and Marsha Baumgartner James and Linda Bayman Christopher and Melanie Bechtold William and Susan Beck Walt and Chris Becker Rebecca Beery Roger and Cheryl Bellis Michelle Bennett Sharlene Berkshire Best-One Tire & Service of Auburn Big G’s David and Barbara Bilger Brian and Vanessa Bills Marilyn Birk The Blackbaud Giving Fund
Blackburn Romey Charlotte Blair Karen Blake Timothy and Beth Ann Bloom Bloom Gates Shipman & Whiteleather, LLP Blue River Digital J. Paul and Darlene Bockelman Alan and Jan Boggs Bernadene Boggs Roger and Kelly Boggs Bones Theatre LLC Richmond and Eileen Bradford Tracey and Rachel Brandenburg Tara Brandon Brian and Lynnette Bridegam Thomas and Sharon Brockhaus Brook & Co. LLC Casey Warner Brown Stanley and Elaine Brown Terri Brown Theresa Bruner Edna Bryant BSNSports Buchanan Automotive, Inc. Karen Bucher BW Fusion John and Mary Beth Camden John T. Camden Construction Co. Carhartt, Inc. Central Supply Company Inc. The Chapel Patricia Chapman Ed and Lu Christoffel Churubusco Building Trades Inc Churubusco Schools Cidermill Propane LLC City Chevrolet City of Columbia City Steven Clason
Clifford’s Custom Collision Marcia Clupper CLW Investments Inc.
Michael and Debbie Coats Warren and Marcia Cole Timothy and Deborah Collier Columbia City Dock, Inc. Columbia City Goin’ Postal, Inc. Columbia City High School Columbia City High School Class of ‘57 Volleyball Booster Club Columbia City Iron & Metal LLC Columbia City Parks and Recreation Columbia City Plastics Columbia City Wrestling Club Columbia Locker Community Foundation of Elkhart County Community Foundation of Wabash County Sara Conrow Contract Land Staff LLC/AEP Indiana/Michigan
A Donor’s Bill of Rights Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. It is a tradition of giving and sharing that is primary to the quality of life. To assure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the non-profit organizations and causes they are asked to support, we declare that all donors have these rights: 1. To be informed of the organization’s mission, of the way the organization intends to use donated resources, and of its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes. 2. To be informed of the identity of those serving on the organization’s governing board, and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgement in its stewardship responsibilities. 3. To have access to the organization’s most recent financial statements. 4. To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given. 5. To receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition. 6. To be assured that information about their donations is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law. 7. To expect that all relationships with individuals representing organizations of interest to the donor will be professional in nature. 8. To be informed whether those seeking donations are volunteers, employees of the organization or hired solicitors. 9. To have the opportunity for their names to be deleted from mailing lists that an organization may intend to share. 10. To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful and forthright answers.
Ryan and Karen Cook Mike and Cheryl Copp Angela Cotter Craig Excavating & Land Improvement Crossroads Bank Darrin and Jill Daniel Daniel Landscape Design
Rebecca Davis Patsy Decker Dekko Foundation DeMoney-Grimes Funeral Home Denny Ross Bradley and Trudy Deutsch Sue Devito
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Katie Dewitt Carol Dick Michael and Erin Diedrich Wendi Dilling-Barnett Dr. Gary and Ann Dillon Dan and Nancy Dorman Donald and Edith Doudt Teresa Dowell Marilyn Drew Duffitt & Associates Duff’s E.F. Rhoades and Sons Inc. Dwight Ebeling Galen Eberhart James and Jeanette Eberhart Daryl and Carolyn Eberly Melody Ellert Dr. Robert Elliott Todd and Jamie Eloph Brian and Sonya Emerick Family Foundation Jayna Enyeart Espich Printing, Inc. Marvin and Alicia Evans Greg and Ann Fahl Max Fahl Patricia Fahl Robert Fahl Nancy Farber Laura Farlow Farmers & Merchants Bank David Felix Ferrell Investments James and Katherine Fleck Christopher and Alyssa Fletcher Gerard and Nancy Flood Jerry and Carol Flowers Flow-Tech Plumbing and Heating Inc. Fort Wayne Spine & Joint Alan Robert Frank Ron and Sharon Frazier Freedom Academy Ned and Alma Freeman Barbara Frey
Frontstream Scott and Erin Fudge Alexandria Gaff Marlin and Jill Gaff
Don and Carol Greulich Debra and Todd Gross Gross Drainage Inc Gordon and Grace Gunnlaugsson Daniel and Juli Hall Robert and Mardell Hall Hamed Homes Jerry and Karen Hand James Hanus Raymond Hapner Michael and Joyce Hardy Donna Harl Betty Harter Fran Hartman Gordon and Coleen Hayes Judith Hays Karen Hedrick James and Kathleen Heuer Hilb Group Hilty Buildings, LLC Ronald and Janet Hindbaugh Judith and Ray Hoffman Holden Lake Property Owners Association Jerald Hollenbaugh Hollenbaugh Well Drilling Inc. Linda and Larry Hollman Steve and Lynnette Rider- Holloway Larry and Anna Marie Holst Holzinger Seed Service, Inc. Hoosier Trailer and Truck Equipment Inc Patricia Horn Thomas Horstman Patricia Hover Jon and Susan Huffer Todd and Robin Hughes Steve and Laura Hull Ronda and Steven Hurst Linda Hyndman Independent Colleges of Indiana Indiana Army National Guard Innovative Control Systems LLC Joseph and Karen Jacobson Gail and Patricia Jagger
Jeffrey and Tina Jagger Jamin Inc. dba/Rosencrans Truck Repair Jerry’s Tire Service, Inc. Ashley Johnson Bridget and Bradley Dolohanty- Johnson Deborah Houser Johnson Johnson & Johnson Amy Johnston Charles and Barbara Jones Edward Jones Todd and Rhonda Jones Journey333/Richard Mullinax Milton Karsten June Keiser Margaret and David Kelley Kelley Automotive Group Robert Kellogg Ken Hochstetler Agency, Inc. Dennis and Carolyn Kern Barbara Kessie David and Jean Kessie Gregory Kessie Joseph and Darci Kessie Kimberley Kessie Robert and Chris Kirlin Joe and Amy Kissinger Michael and Monica Kline David and Amy Korus Kroger Kroger Indy Division Dana and Sherry Krull Gary and Lorraine Kyler Todd Kyler Lafayette Meadows Elementary School Lake City Bank Steven and Barbara Lalone LanCon
Rebecca Lee Sharon Lee Lori Leeuw John and Laura Lefever Lynn and Pamela Lehman Barry Leiter Levelup Services, LLC Larry and Ava Lillmars Ted and Gaynl Linn
Pamela McCoy McCoy Tax & Accounting, LLC Dr. Laura McDermott Stacey McMahon Steve and Faye McManama Marcia McNagny Kathryne McNamee Medtronic Carol Jeanne Mehrings Dr. John and Aileen Meier Jack and Margo Mettler
Florence Linn Trudy Lipply
Jean Long Mick Long
Amy Metzger Ruth Metzger Stan Meyer Susan Meyers
Grace Lotter Susan Lough Luredale Enterprises, LLC Joan Luther M.L. Enterprises LLC Greg and Linda Maggert Paula Marietta Rob and Jill Marr
Robert and Rhonda Gage Shirley Gage Tamra Galm Carrie Gates J. Scott and Phyllis Gates Laurie Gates Deborah Gay Jimmy and Marilyn Gebert Dean and Julie Geiger Ervin and Jerilyn Geiger Jordan and Katie Geiger Michael and Sharon Geiger Albert Germann Rob and Gannon Getts Fred and Judy Geyer Gibson Family Charitable Trust Marjorie Giffin Tanya Gill Janet Gillam The Foundation is proud to hold an endowment fund for ACRES Land Trust. The organization is dedicated to the long-term protection of Whitley County’s woods.
Chad and Cindy Michael Kevin and Jere Michel Micropulse, Inc. Jay Miller Miller Sewage and Drain Inc. Rob and Marlene Mishler Jane Mitchell Phyllis Montgomery Marjorie More More Farm Store Inc. Patricia Morris
Susan Martin L Martinsen
Charles and Rae McCay Dr. James and September McConnell
Janet Hinen Giving a Helping Hand Fund presented first year elementary teachers with grants to enhance their classrooms. From left to right: Carol Greulich (sister of Janet), Pat Trabert (sister of Janet), Sydney Hahn (grade 3), Chasity Fralick (grade 4), Elisabeth Cole (grade 2), Jamie Anderson (grade 4).
Don Langeloh Jane Langeloh Margaret Langohr Trust Brian Lardino Curt and Carrie Laukhuf Mark and Julia Lawson
Brian and Sheila Gillett Troy and Molly Goldner Stacy Gorski Joseph and Renee Grant
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Robert and Janice Morsches Morsches Builders Mart Mount Vernon Fire Insurance Company Steve and Judy Mundy Jon and Soultana Myers Kristy Myers Nathan and Lynn Myers N.U. Insulation, Inc. Betty Nelson Jim Nelson Richard and Karen Nelson Northeastern REMC Michael and Valerie Nowling Numerix, Inc. Olivia Fought State Farm Orizon Real Estate Betty Overdeer David and Malinda Palmer Parliamentary Law & Literary Club Gary and Heather Parrett Rachelle Patrick PDQ Workholding Staff of Peabody Library Barbara Pentangelo Denise Pequignot Performance Rental Nathan and Carrie Perry Doris Peters Tom and Jana Peters Shirley Pfeiffer Noel and Gloria Phegley Anthony and Amy Phillips Pierceton Fire Department Pierceton Foods Inc Pierceton United Methodist Church Timothy and Tammy Pivarnik Poly-Wood, LLC Mark and Kathleen Powe Kathy Prater Primary Engineering, Inc. Purdue CES Whitley County Quality Auto & Truck Repair
Qureshi & Sons, Inc. Rain Makers, Inc. David and Josephine Ramp Rayco Steel Process, Inc. Aaron Redman Carmen Redman Larry and Janet Reed Kathaleen Reese Stan and Randee Reiff Gloria Reimer Brad and Tracy Rhodes Charles and Margaret Richard Richard Rider Electric Inc. Diana Richards Douglas and Amy Richards Ronald and Kris Richey Richmond Construction Right to Life of North Central Indiana Wayne Roberts Gerald and Sue Roman Robert and Sheila Ronk Denny Ross Rotary Club of Columbia City Daniel and Julia Rowland Running Around Screen Printing Michael and Jo Ellen Rush Cynthia Russell Beverly Salomon Michael and Sharon Sands Mel and Anita Sautter Cory and Jaime Schipper Kristi Schooler Schrader Real Estate and Auction Company, Inc. George and Lola Schrumpf Scientific & Regulatory Consultants, Inc.
Cory and Maudie Sickafoose Sigma Eta Sorority and Fine Arts Kris and Jill Slater John Slavich C Taron and Gloria Smith Jeffery and Nicole Smith Mark and Patricia Smith Steven Smith Tim and Paula Smith Smith and Sons Funeral Homes Richard and Ann Smits John and Reisa Snyder Michael and Jeanette Sommers Sounds Ideas DK Inc. Jac and Sheila Spaw Spaw Services, LLC Brad and Tammy Sprunger Craig and Ronda Sroufe Larry and Arlene Sroufe Sam and Sara St. Clair Bruce and Patricia Stach Ross and Carlene Staller Susan Stapel Star Financial Bank State Employees’ Community Campaign State of Indiana Janice Stayer Steel Dynamics, Inc. Dwight Stetzel Stetzel Family Farms/Adam and Jill Stetzel Tom and Loretta Strack John and Jane Ann Stroup Roger Studebaker Stanley and Brenda Studebaker Jeanette Sullivan Suncoast Blinds LLC Michael and Dorothy Suris Robert and Linda Sutton T & L Temp LLC
Judith Tenney Tenney Family Reunion Fund Margaret Terry Jason and Danielle Thomas Andrew Thompson Jill Long Thompson Pam Thompson Jason and Sheila Thomson Tara Thornburg Mark and Lizbeth Till Anne Titus TJW Industrial, Inc. William and Linda Todd Town of South Whitley Chad and Angela Tranter Grant and Kathy Trier Jennifer Trier UDoU Terry Ulshafer Ultra Electronics Undersea Sensor Systems, Inc. Larry and Julie Underhill United Way of Central Indiana United Way of Huntington County USConnect VanAm Seal Coating & Striping Nick and Lucille VanHoozen Kathleen Vessey Ronald and Rachel Vinson Jim and Carol Vosberg W.W. Consultants Inc Wagoner Construction Dennis and Beth Walther Chad and Natalie Warner Jeffrey and Jenifer Warner Dean Warren Warrior Strong LLC Martin and Mary Waterman Weatherhead Columbia City Federal Credit Union Eric and Tonya Weeks Dean and Julie Wendel Joanne Werling Tim and Susan Werstler
Charles and Laura Wheeler Dennis and Jeanne White John and Judy Whiteleather Whitko Jr/Sr High School Whitley County 4-H Agricultural Museum Whitley County 4-H Beef Club Whitley County Real Estate Whitley County Retired Teachers Association Wigent Excavating
In Memory of Ralph Bailey Dr. Gary and Ann Dillon In Memory of Debra Born John and Laura Lefever In Memory of Karen Sue Cummings Columbia City High School Class of ‘57 In Memory of Rodean Dowell John and Laura Lefever Michael and Jo Ellen Rush In Memory of Jonita Frank Alan Robert Frank In Memory of Marvin Goble Rex and Debra Wilkinson In Memory Wayne Gordon Michael and Jo Ellen Rush In Memory of Joy Heinbaugh Tara Brandon Robert and Mardell Hall Walter and Linda Sevier C. Taron and Gloria Smith John and Judy Whiteleather In Memory of Philip Hyndman Thomas and Sharon Brockhaus Dr. James and September McConnell In Memory of Annette Lamle J. Paul and Darlene Bockelman In Memory of Jon Lassus Marcia McNagny In Memory of David Lawrence Carhartt, Inc. Ron and Sharon Frazier Fred and Judy Geyer
William Wilder Mary Wilkinson Rex and Debra Wilkinson Gary and Sally Willson Gary and Lisa Wilson Jim and Ann Wolfe Aaron and Melinda Woll Brian and Rhonda Wood Don Wood Foundation Jerry and Susan Wood
Jacqueline Worrick Worrick Farms Inc. Darleen Wright Robin and Teresa Wright WSM, Inc. William Yagel YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne Ronald and Jane Yohe Charles and Tanya Young Ruth Ann Zent Donald and Darci Zolman Kirby and Maria Zumbrun Zimmer Biomet Foundation Honorariums In Honor of Mary Colcord Staff of Peabody Public Library
Melvin and Valorie Secor Tim and Laura Shepherd Pam Sherbahn Randall Sherman Beth Shoda Estate of Phillip C Shriver Beth Sickafoose
In Honor of September McConnell - 25 Years Lake City Bank
Larry and Linda Tackitt Greg and Cindy Taylor Teghtmeyer Ace Hardware Georgia Tenney
Jean Long Mick Long Kevin and Jere Michel
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SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES: Foundation Leadership
Kristy Myers Kristi Schooler
James and Katherine Fleck Marjorie More Michael and Jo Ellen Rush John and Jane Ann Stroup John and Judy Whiteleather Ronald and Jane Yohe
Dennis and Carolyn Kern Pierceton United Methodist Church Timothy and Tammy Pivarnik Kathy Prater Douglas and Amy Richards Sam and Sara St. Clair Tenney Family Reunion Fund Judith Tenney Whitko Jr/Sr High School In Memory of Tim Thomson Mary Ann Armey James and Linda Bayman Timothy and Beth Ann Bloom The Chapel Trudy Deutsch Carol Dick Greg and Ann Fahl Shirley Gage J. Scott and Phyllis Gates Don and Carol Greulich Marjorie Griffin Betty Harter Milton Karsten Lafayette Meadows Elementary School John and Laura Lefever Robert and Janice Morsches Susan and Chris Meyers Michael and Jo Ellen Rush Jeanette Sullivan Grant and Kathy Trier Jennifer Trier John and Judy Whiteleather Ronald and Jane Yohe In Memory of Patsy Weber Theresa Bruner
Robert and Linda Sutton In Memory of Eric Lee Becky Lee In Memory of Joshua McClanahan Sarah Armstrong
In Memory of Laurel Steill Jerry and Marsha Baumgartner Christopher and Melanie Bechtold Rebecca Beery Timothy and Beth Ann Bloom Tara Brandon Mike and Cheryl Copp Rebecca Davis Dan and Nancy Dorman Robert Fahl Ervin and Jerilyn Geiger Janet Gillam Jerald Hollenbaugh Steven and Barbara Lalone Barry Leiter Susan and Thomas Lough Dr. James and September McConnell Marcia McNagny Michael and Valerie Nowling Parliamentary Law & Literary Club Barbara Pentangelo Larry and Janet Reed Michael and Jo Ellen Rush Sam and Sara St. Clair John Slavich Richard and Ann Smits John and Jane Ann Stroup Jill Long Thompson Martin and Mary Waterman In Memory of Phillip and Mary Ellen Strack Tom and Loretta Strack In Memory of Robert Tenney Patrick and Michelle Ball Walt and Chris Becker Patricia Hover
In Memory of Todd May Columbia City High School Class of ‘57 In Memory of Paul Morsches, Jr. John and Laura Lefever Jack and Margo Mettler John and Judy Whiteleather In Memory of Ed Napier Georgia Tenney In Memory of Carol Nolan Parliamentary Law & Literary Club In Memory of Betty Miller Plummer Michael and Jo Ellen Rush In Memory of David Ramp Charlotte Blair Michael and Jo Ellen Rush In Memory of Russell and Ruby Sherman Nathan Felix Randall Sherman In Memory of Everett Tom Marcia McNagny In Memory of Mary Trier Parliamentary Law & Literary Club In Memory of Dr. James Stapel Timothy and Beth Ann Bloom Brian and Lynnette Bridegam Greg and Ann Fahl
2022 Board of Directors. Back row: Don Armstrong, George Schrumpf, Gary Dillon, Andy More, and Tim Bloom. Front row: Jacie Worrick, Gloria Smith, and Kathy Heuer. Not pictured: Joe Kessie, Marcia McNagny, and Sam St. Clair
Staff. John Lefever, Community Development Consultant; Andrew Thompson, HANDS Navigator; Carol Flowers, Communications Officer; September McConnell, CEO; Brooks Walker, Program Officer; Vanessa Bills, CFO; Sharlene Berkshire, Treasurer, and Margaret Malcolm, Receptionist
Finance Committee Vanessa Bills* Todd Jones John Lefever September McConnell* Melinda Woll *ex officio Grants Committee Vanessa Bills* Tim Bloom Angie Cotter John Johnson September McConnell* Andy More Rachelle Patrick Sam St. Clair
Lilly Scholarship Committee. Front row: Beth Bloom, Kathy Heuer, and Cindy Barnett. Back Row: Greg Hockemeyer, Lisa Smith, Michelle Love, and Tyler Stanley.
Holly Schrader Brooks Walker *ex officio
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