2012-13 Report to the Community
The annual report from North Idaho College.
REPORT TO THE 2012-2013 COMMUNITY Table of Contents Board of Trustees.............................................4 Mission, Vision, Values....................................6 Laying the Groundwork..................................7 Regional Reach...............................................9 Our Future.......................................................11 Student Excellence.......................................13 Making a Difference.....................................17 Athletic Achievement...................................19 Community Impact.......................................23 Alumni Connections......................................27 A Strong Foundation......................................29 2 â€œNorth Idaho College is a comprehensive community college providing transfer opportunities, career and technical programs, adult basic education, continuing education, early collegiate opportunities, and business and industry customized training in the five northern counties. We are committed to meeting the diverse needs of our region and helping improve the quality of North Idaho College President Joe Dunlap, Ed.D. life in our communities.â€? Began at NIC in July 2012, after former president Priscilla Bellâ€™s retirement Formerly the president of Spokane CommunityNorth CollegeIdaho from 2008 to 2012 College 1 President Joe Dunlap, Ed.D. www.nic.edu/president 3 Another season of education and all of the changes, challenges, excitement, and opportunities that come with it. Dean Bennett, who retired last year, noted: “North Idaho College is always changing. It’s constantly evolving. Every time you thought you could catch your breath, the college would move into the next stage of growth.” His words are simple and eloquent, but then, isn’t change what education is all about? Over the past 18 months, North Idaho College has experienced tremendous change and more is on the horizon. Last year, we saw significant administrative and leadership changes with the addition of President Joe Dunlap and three new vice presidents. Two more top-level administrators are retiring this year. In November, two new trustees were elected. New individuals and new programs bring new ideas and the potential to re-explore old ideas. Significant expansion in course offerings at the Sandpoint facility and the new aerospace program provide exciting potential for our North Idaho community. The evaluation of new professional-technical facilities, the possibility of a new athletics facility to replace Christianson Gym, and a student recreation facility are being explored. After several years of adjustments to accommodate record growth in enrollment linked to a poor economy, the economy is improving and we are now seeing a leveling off and even decline in enrollment. All of these influences and more will provide challenges and opportunities for North Idaho College and our community. The trustees invite and encourage each and every member of our college family and the community we serve to join us as we address these and other issues in finding ways to improve our collective needs. We look forward to your help, your advice, and your input as we move forward. Ken Howard, chairman On behalf of the North Idaho College Board of Trustees Ken Howard Judy Meyer Christie Wood Ron Nilson Todd Banducci www.nic.edu/board 4 5 MISSION VALUES North Idaho College is dedicated North Idaho College meets the diverse to these core values educational needs of students, employers, which guide its decisions and and the northern Idaho communities it actions. serves through a commitment to student success, educational excellence, community engagement, and lifelong learning. Student Success: A vibrant, lifelong learning environment that engages students as partners in achieving educational goals to VISION As a comprehensive community college, North Idaho College strives to provide accessible, affordable, quality learning opportunities. North Idaho College endeavors to be an innovative, flexible leader recognized as a center of educational, cultural, economic, and civic activities by the communities it serves. enhance their quality of life Educational Excellence: High academic standards, passionate and skillful instruction, professional development, and innovative programming while continuously improving all services and outcomes Community Engagement: Collaborative partnerships with businesses, organizations, community members, and educational institutions to identify and address changing educational needs Stewardship: Economic and environmental sustainability through leadership, awareness, and responsiveness to changing community resources Diversity: A learning environment that celebrates the uniqueness of all individuals and encourages cultural competency 6 Laying the groundwork for the future 7 There’s a time machine on the campus of North Idaho College. Step inside and instantly transport to 1878, when Fort Sherman was a bustling center of activity around which the city of Coeur d’Alene grew. Beside Winton Hall, past the white archway and the cannon, sits the powder magazine, where weapons such as rifles, cannons, and gunpowder were stored in the days of Fort Sherman. It’s a small, unassuming building, but it’s one of the last surviving elements of the fort, a sentinel of Coeur d’Alene history. From the floorboards to the rafters, everything in the powder magazine is just as it was in the 1800s. Well, except for the Wi-Fi. That’s new. NIC Director of Facilities Operations Mike Halpern has wanted to restore the powder magazine for 26 years. Now, after nearly three years of work, his vision is becoming a reality. “For years, I’ve been trying to convince the administration that we could do something pretty spectacular,” he said. “I’ve always thought NIC should take this building back and do something for NIC, to have a display showing the history of what happened on these grounds.” While it was operated by the Museum of North Idaho, the powder magazine’s original wooden floor was covered with linoleum. Its rafters were hidden behind an acoustic ceiling. Sheetrock insulation was laid over the original brick. It didn’t look like a powder magazine, but all the original pieces were there, waiting to be revealed. The restoration effort began in 2010. Windows and doors have been reconstructed as they were, and much of the original architecture has been preserved. The powder magazine, which is open for visitors today, is as close to its original state as possible. “We wanted to bring it back, in all its glory, as it was in the 1800s,” said Rhonda Smalley, NIC Copy Center operator, who was charged with researching and designing exhibits in the powder magazine. The project is about more than just restoring a historic building. It’s about making the history of Coeur d’Alene’s Fort Grounds area accessible to visitors. In addition to serving as a connection to the past, the powder magazine will also be available as a meeting space and study area, complete with Wi-Fi. “We want to bring that history back,” Smalley said. “We have a footprint of something that’s been here since the beginning of time. It’s important that people know it’s here.” 8 REGIONAL REACH Sandpoint community raises over $100,000 for lab 9 www.nic.edu/sandpoint Because of the generosity and support of the community, students will be able to complete a two-year associate’s degree from NIC at Sandpoint without having to travel to NIC’s main Coeur d’Alene campus. The community surpassed fundraising goals after just a few months, raising well over the $100,000 needed to retrofit the space and purchase the furnishings, equipment and technology, and supplies necessary for the science lab. Donations for the lab came from a mix of individuals and regional businesses. Pictured are James and Geraldine Lewis, who are just a few of many locals who contributed to make the Sandpoint lab a reality. North Idaho College students, employees, and alumni participated in community celebrations all throughout North Idaho in 2013. Pictured at the Post Falls Festival parade are Cecil, the Workforce Training Center CDL training truck, the Alumni of the Year Award recipient and many other staff, family, and friends who joined in the fun. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2013 Coeur d’Alene Basin Superfund Job Training Initiative held its graduation in May in Kellogg. NIC’s Workforce Training Center worked with the EPA to develop the program, which provides training and certification to prospective workers for the cleanup of the Coeur d’Alene Basin Superfund Site. Students from NIC’s Welding program created a 15-foot, 500-pound bike rack for NIC at Sandpoint as one of several welding projects created for the community. 10 NIC celebrated several graduations: Basic Patrol Academy; pinning ceremonies for registered nursing, practical nursing, and radiography technology graduates; a group trained through the U.S. EPA’s 2013 Coeur d’Alene Basin Superfund Job Training Initiative; and multiple Adult Basic Education and GED graduations. And the future begins “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” - Eleanor Roosevelt In 2013, North Idaho College entered into a partnership with Spokane College of English Language (SCEL) to encourage student transfer opportunities and recruit students. SCEL students hail from all parts of the globe and have come to the U.S. to first learn the language and then potentially earn college degrees. 11 Aerospace Center of Excellence takes flight With a nearly $3 million federal grant and support from community partners, NIC was able to create the Aerospace Center of Excellence in 2013, which is expected to create 520 new jobs by 2015. â€œThis is something where we are going to look back in a few years and see the jobs and opportunities created by this grant and know that this (the grant announcement) was the catalyst for all of that,â€? said Tim Komberec, CEO and president of Empire Airlines. The core curriculum will be in the areas of general aviation, airframe composites, and non-destructive testing, as well expanding NICâ€™s current machining program. The proposal will target Trade Adjustment Assistance workers, displaced workers needing retraining, veterans, and the general student population. NIC is the only college in Idaho to receive grant funding from the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training initiative, which was designed to promote skills development and employment opportunities. The $2.97 million grant is intended to meet the workforce demands of the aerospace industry in North Idaho and help veterans and displaced workers in need of retraining. It will have a $28.8 million annual impact to the local economy with average job salary estimates of $43,500, according to the Idaho Department of Labor. A record 1,100 students were eligible to graduate from North Idaho College during the 2013 commencement ceremony in May 2013, and of those, more than 400 chose to walk across the stage to receive their degree or certificate. www.nic.edu/aerospace 12 STUDENT EXCELLENCE Students took home several gold and silver awards at the 2013 ADDY Awards in Spokane for graphic design. Pictured are graphic design students (from left), Ryan Maskell, Ernie Bauer, and Lauren Brandt standing with their ADDY awards in Spokane. Five North Idaho College students earned national honors at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition in Orlando, Fla. NICâ€™s BPA chapter students joined more than 6,000 conference delegates from accross the country. The NIC chapter also earned multiple regional and local awards in 2013. 13 www.nic.edu/news Staff members from The Sentinel newspaper raked in awards this year, winning first place for General Excellence in a college newspaper from the Idaho Press Club and multiple individual awards. The Sentinel was also honored by the Society of Professional Journalists in Region 10, winning several Mark of Excellence awards, including Best All-Around Non-Daily Newspaper. The Sentinel and staff also won Best in Show for two-year school newspapers. North Idaho Collegeâ€™s Collision Repair Technology program placed nationally at the 2013 SkillsUSA championship in Kansas City in June 2013. Richard Schwemmer (left) placed eighth in the nation in the Auto Refinishing competition and Josh Hartt placed second in the Collision Repair competition. In addition, students in several of NICâ€™s Trades and Industry programs took home six gold, silver, and bronze medals from the annual Idaho SkillsUSA competition in Nampa. Eight NIC students decided to forego the typical spring break this year in order to travel to Portland and help homeless people. The students immersed themselves in the Alternative Spring Break experience, being dropped off downtown Portland without any food or money. The life-changing trip was coordinated with the help of the charitable organization Bridgetown, Inc. www.nic.edu/news 14 Michelle Bristow named New Century Scholar 15 15 North Idaho College student Michelle Bristow was named the top-scoring student from Idaho, earning her the honor of CocaCola New Century Scholar. Bristow was presented with a $2,000 scholarship and plaque from the Coca-Cola Foundation and Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation while being recognized at the annual Phi Theta Kappa President’s Breakfast in April of 2013 in San Francisco. “Being the recipient of this award has reinforced my aspirations and dedication toward my education. I am sincerely honored and humbled by the recognition and support I have received,” Bristow said. “Thank you to North Idaho College and all of the people involved with helping me along my journey.” After graduating from NIC, Bristow plans to transfer to Eastern Washington University to study for a degree in speech pathology. Her daughter, Kaytlynn, was born with bi-lateral neural sensory hearing loss. Bristow became interested in speech pathology after she watched how helpful the field was for her daughter. Bristow earned the highest score in the state at the All-USA Community College Academic Team competition, for which 1,800 applications were received this year. Fifty community college students from the United States, Canada, and the Federated States of Micronesia have been named 2013 New Century Scholars – receiving a total of $100,000 in scholarships. The New Century Scholars Program is sponsored by The CocaCola Foundation, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Phi Theta Kappa, and the American Association of Community Colleges. “Thank you to North Idaho College and all of the people involved with helping me along my journey.” Michelle Bristow NIC student and New Century Scholar New Century Scholars are the highest scoring students in each state, plus one student from Canada and one additional student chosen from among one of the remaining seven sovereign nations where Phi Theta Kappa is represented internationally. “We appreciate the support of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and The Coca-Cola Foundation to recognize the outstanding academic achievement and leadership accomplishments of these outstanding community college students,” said Phi Theta Kappa’s Executive Director Dr. Rod Risley. “These scholarships provided by organizations like CocaCola make the goal of college completion possible – especially during these challenging economic times.” Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1,285 chapters on two-year and community college campuses. 16 Counselor of the Year Gail Laferriere, North Idaho College Career Services assistant director, was named the 2013 Counselor of the Year by the Idaho Counseling Association. Laferriere was presented the award at the ICA annual conference in January of 2013. The ICA award is given to one person each year who exemplifies the model of an ideal counselor with the recipient demonstrating excellent rapport with clients, counselors, and coworkers. Laferriere has worked at NIC for 19 years. When she first moved to Idaho in 1993, NIC had no Career Center, so she began the process of creating and developing the career development program and center in 1994. That program has been lauded as the best in the state and region. Faculty and staff: Making a difference 17 www.nic.edu/news Staff earn achievement awards The 2013 NIC staff achievement awards, sponsored by STCU, were presented during the annual commencement breakfast at NIC. Pictured, from left, are Kelly Hopkins, Heather Erikson, and Mindy Patterson. Retirees honored for years of service NIC retirees with a combined 225 years of service were honored for their tremendous time, commitment, and support of the college at the end of the 2012-2013 academic year. Pictured from left, Mikki Stevens, Becky Powers, Lanny Stein, Kathy Hostetter, Tamina Boonisar, Bill DePew, and Margaret Fedje. Not pictured were Elena Bottarini, Dale Marcy, Tom Rigles, Dale Walters, and Sharon Bullock. Distinguished faculty awarded in 2013 Several NIC faculty members were presented achievement awards, sponsored by STCU, during the 2013 commencement day breakfast for employees of NIC. Pictured, from left, are Randy Boswell, Shannon Badgett, and Don Schoesler. Not pictured is Dale Marcy. www.nic.edu/news 18 CARDINAL golf The men’s golf team finished seventh at the NJCAA national championship preview and 22nd at the NJCAA Division I national golf championship, both held in Lubbock, Texas. Austin Westphal became the second player in NIC history to be named as an All-American. The women’s golf team earned its best finish ever with a ninth-place finish at the 2013 NJCAA national tournament in Mesa, Ariz. The Lady Cardinals earned top 5 finishes in several tournaments in their most successful season ever, and also earned NJCAA Academic All-American recognition with a team GPA of 3.31. 19 www.nic.edu/athletics men’s soccer men’s basketball The men’s soccer team made its third consecutive qualifying trip to the NJCAA District playoffs, and the seventh trip in eight seasons. The men’s basketball team (26-5) was ranked as high as ninth in the NJCAA this year and coach Jared Phay got his 200th career win at NIC. Jalil Abdul Bassit was selected NJCAA All-American honorable mention. The Cardinals were defeated in district semifinals 3-1 by Western Wyoming, a national tournament qualifier. Seven Cardinals from the men’s basketball team signed with an NCAA Division 1 program this year including James Webb with Boise State, Chris Sarbaugh with San Diego, Jalil Abdul-Bassit with Oregon University, Mike Middlebrooks with Illinois State, and Kaj Sherman and Keon Lewis with the University of Texas San Antonio. wrestling NIC’s wrestling team claimed the 14th NJCAA wrestling championship in school history. The Cardinals qualified 10 wrestlers for the NJCAA tournament and came away with seven AllAmericans including Ryan Zumwalt (165), VJ Giulio (197), Jarrett Morrill (141), Brock Banta (125), Mike Carreon (133), Jeremy Golding (149), and Caleb Rivera (184). The team was ranked No. 1 throughout the season and finished with a 13-1 record in duals. This year’s NJCAA championship marks the fourth for NIC Head Coach Pat Whitcomb, who was earlier named the 2013 Region Coach of the Year. ATHLETICS volleyball The No. 7-ranked volleyball team wrapped up the 2012 season with an eighth place finish at the NJCAA Division 1 national volleyball tournament in West Plains, Mo., and a 26-8 record for the season. Yang Yang was selected second team NJCAA AllAmerican. The Cardinals were honored with several 2012 Scenic West Athletic Conference volleyball post season honors: Yang Yang was selected to the first team, Kaitlyn Molloy and Brooklynn Bradbury were named second team, and Rosie Robinson and Shelby Lausen earned honorable mention. women’s soccer women’s basketball The women’s soccer team finished its regular season unbeaten in the last nine games for a 9-3-2 regular season record. The women’s basketball team finished as cochampions of the Scenic West Athletic Conference, completing the regular season 27-3 overall and 12-3 in the SWAC. The Cardinals lost 2-1 to a very good Laramie County Community College team on their home field in a NJCAA District C semifinal matchup. softball The women’s basketball team earned NJCAA team Academic All-American honors and seven players signed scholarships to four-year colleges, including Mollie Kramer, Danika Johnson, Angela Woods, Hannah Love, Aimee Durbidge, Kabri Emerson, and Katie Buskey. The softball team took third in the Region 18 tournament, with three players earning regional honors: Emily Perlich received first team AllRegion honors while Kelsey LaVaute and Shelby Carter received second team All-Region. Shelby Carter signed a letter of commitment to play at NCAA Division I University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Softball also earned team Academic All-American honors with a GPA of 3.26. Freshman Georgia Stirton was selected Region Player of the Year. www.nic.edu/athletics 20 NIC Athletics Hall of Fame This spring, the North Idaho College Athletics Department inducted its fifth class into the NIC Athletics Hall of Fame. The 2013 inductees include: Mike Nyquist – Baseball: Considered one of the best clutch hitters in NIC history, Nyquist tied the NIC record for most RBIs in a season at the time with 48. Nyquist batted .333 as a freshman in 1986, while leading the Cardinals to a 27-14 record. He became more of a power hitter as a sophomore with 10 home runs, 48 RBI, and a .301 batting average, helping NIC to one of the best records in school history at 32-12. Pat Whitcomb – Wrestling: Whitcomb holds the distinction of being the only Cardinal to become a two-time national champion and be named as the NJCAA Most Outstanding Wrestler. Whitcomb captured back-to-back national titles in 1986 and 1987, and NIC won two team national championships during Whitcomb’s tenure. Whitcomb is currently the head wrestling coach at NIC, where he has led the Cardinals to four national championships. 1987 Women’s Cross Country Team: The 1987 team captured the first women’s national championship in NIC history. Members of the 1987 national championship team include: Roxanne (Jantz) Brown, Audrey Caren, Diane Armstrong, Jackie Harris, Diana Sisk, Cora Carroll, and Chris Hauger. The Cardinal cross country teams had several high national tournament finishes before bringing home the title in 1987. Mike Nyquist 21 www.nic.edu/athletics Pat Whitcomb 1987 Women’s Cross Country Team Nationally ranked… NATIONALLY KNOWN! The North Idaho College athletics program reached another milestone in school history in the 2012-2013 season, earning the No. 1 ranking in three different sports: wrestling, volleyball, and women’s basketball. Wrestling held the No. 1 ranking the entire season and claimed NIC’s second national championship in three seasons, following women’s basketball in 2011. NIC continues to be a standout in the competitive Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) and the nation earning several National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national tournament bids this season (in men’s and women’s golf, volleyball, and women’s basketball) as well as academic individual and team All-American distinction. www.nic.edu/athletics 22 23 Special Needs Basketball Game Chess Tables â€“ Student Government Project Booster Club Puppy Raffle NIC Wrestling Shirley Parker Reading Program Community Impact 24 Gathering Garden NIC has partnered with the Kootenai Environmental Alliance to use land for the Gathering Garden – an all-volunteer effort to build an urban farming and garden education center. Kootenai Environmental Alliance hopes to transform what started as a slash pile into a gathering place, a site for education about organic gardening, said Adrienne Cronebaugh, executive director of KEA. “We want to connect people with the food that feeds them,” Cronebaugh said. “We need to be conscious of our local food web.” Garry Stark, NIC assistant director of Facilities Operations, said the Gathering Garden will help faculty by expanding their curriculum. Herbs grown in the garden can be used by students in the culinary program, for instance. A pumpkin patch will be used by the Children’s Center. But the garden will be more than a college resource, Stark said. It will be a community resource, too. Much of the food grown in the Gathering Garden will go to local food banks. Community members will have the opportunity to work in the garden in exchange for some of the food grown there, or to buy food from the garden. 25 NIC Students FEMALE 6,574 40% PART-TIME 3,548 3,026 MALE Fall 2012 FULL-TIME Rathdrum Head Start Center Post Falls NIC Workforce Training Center Head Start Center Shoshone 211 Boundary 185 Benewah 157 Other Idaho Counties 239 Other 697 Ç 42.6% OVER 24 E North Idaho College ABE/GED Sites Area Agency on Aging Head Start Center 637 G Coeur d’Alene Bonner A Community Impact NIC services in Idaho’s five northern counties 4,448 Kootenai Ç 60% 57.4% UNDER 24 Bonners Ferry NIC Bonners Ferry Center ABE/GED Site Head Start Center Sandpoint Priest River ABE/GED Site NIC at Sandpoint ABE/GED Sites Head Start Center Kellogg NIC Silver Valley Center ABE/GED Site Head Start Center St. Maries ABE/GED Site Head Start Center 26 ALUMNI CONNECTIONS To join the NIC Alumni Association, visit www.nic.edu/alumni or call (208) 769-7806. Join the NIC Alumni Association today Reconnect by joining the NIC Alumni Association. Membership is free and requires completion of only 12 NIC academic credits and/or completion of the first semester of a certificate course or apprenticeship program. You need not be a graduate to become a member. 27 www.nic.edu/alumni Membership benefits include: • Subscription to the Alumni Connection newsletter • 10 percent discount on logo merchandise at the Mica Peak Exchange bookstore • Special invitations to all NIC Alumni Association events • 50 percent off admission to all home athletics events • NIC Molstead Library borrowing privileges After getting her educational start at North Idaho College, alumna Samantha Jernstrom continues to be an outstanding student in Boise and, now, has her sights set on Washington D.C. Jernstrom started her college career at NIC as a dual credit student, overcoming many personal obstacles including spending five years in the state foster care system. She received an NIC Foundation scholarship that helped provide the resources she needed to graduate in 2011. She currently attends Boise State University and was one of 16 college students from across the nation chosen to spend the summer on Capitol Hill as part of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Instituteâ€™s (CCAI) Foster Youth Internship (FYI) program. Jernstrom is pursuing a bachelorâ€™s degree in social work with a minor in psychology at Boise State. Jernstrom excels in Washington D.C. 28 A Strong Foundation 29 www.nic.edu/foundation The Legacy Society: Inspiring future leaders The North Idaho College Foundation Legacy Society exists to honor and recognize those who wish to support the college by naming the NIC Foundation as a beneficiary of their will, trust, insurance policy, or annuity. NIC retirees such as Dean Bennett and Nils Rosdahl, current employee Rayelle Anderson, and 2013 retiree Bob Murray (pictured left) are just some of the many Legacy Society members. “It was important to me to continue to inspire students as future leaders,” said Dean Bennett. Designating the NIC Foundation as a beneficiary allows the college to continue its work in supporting students and providing excellence in education. “The North Idaho College Foundation is committed to sharing our resources,” said Rayelle Anderson, NIC Foundation executive director. “We believe it is important for you to know your options. Ultimately, we want to help you maximize your ability to direct assets to those you love and the causes you care most about.” To learn more about estate planning or to receive free estate planning resources, contact the NIC Foundation Office at (208) 769-5978 or visit www.nic.edu/ foundation/plannedgifts. www.nic.edu/foundation 30 NIC Foundation Honor Roll of Contributors Gift Society .................................Perks (invitations to): College by the Lake ($250-$499)................... Scholarship Celebration Fort Grounds ($500-$999)............................. + Donor and Friends Social President’s ($1,000-$4,999)........................... + Lunch with the President Lee Hall ($5,000-$9,999)............................... + VIP Reception Cornerstone ($10,000+)................................. + Special Recognition Legacy (NIC named in estate plan).............. + Exclusive Privileges Coeur (Cumulative gifts of $100,000+)......... + Exclusive Privileges THANK YOU for your investment through the North Idaho College Foundation, which helps NIC students in their pursuit of a quality education and brighter future. North Idaho College makes an important contribution to the social, cultural, and economic quality of life in the community. Like public institutions everywhere, NIC must look beyond its traditional sources of support. Property taxes, state appropriations, and student tuition must be supplemented with private donations if the college is to maintain the level of educational excellence the people of North Idaho deserve. Recognition in gift societies reflects total cash and in-kind gifts received between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. If your name was omitted, misspelled, or listed incorrectly, please contact the NIC Foundation at (208) 769-5978. Cornerstone Society $10,000 and up American Indian Education Foundation* American Indian Student Alliance* Avista Foundation* Michael J. Bibin and Associates Coeur d’Alene Tribe Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, Inc.* Donna and Lars Edling Equinox Foundation Keith and Carole Fredrikson Lynn and Ellen Fredrikson* Peter and Joanne Fredrikson Dr. Steven E. Fredrikson Estate of Jean Gardner* Greenstone Corporation* Stephen and Janice Johnson Endowment Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Roy and Leona Nelson Foundation* Sheila Richards STCU* Sandpoint Urban Renewal Agency Craig and Rose Tedmon Estate of Alice Irene Wilson* Lee Hall Society $5,000 - $9,999 Jack and Mary Jo Ambrosiani Bank of America Jim and Irene Brown Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation The Coeur d’Alene Press* Edge Home Roofing, LLC Empire Airlines, Inc.* Idaho Educational Access Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation* Jobs Plus Joint School District No. 391 Kootenai Tribe of Idaho* James and Geraldine Lewis Mountain West Bank* North Idaho Code Enforcers Panhandle State Bank Polin & Young Construction, Inc.* Ramsden & Lyons, LLP* The Rhythm Dawgs Stock Building Supply of Coeur d’Alene* Washington Trust Bank* Wells Fargo Foundation* Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty, Inc.* Joseph and Julie Yetter President’s Society $1,000 - $4,999 John and Joanna Adams* Wally and Pamela Adams Aleris Recycling Allegra Print and Imaging* American Association of University Women* Rayelle and Michael Anderson* Anonymous Donation through the National Christian Foundation Bayview, Athol, Belmont Women’s Club* Barney and Carol Ballard Dr. and Mrs. David R. Barnes* Bay Shore Systems* Josh and Andrea Beebe* Estate of J. Douglas Bell* Priscilla Bell and Jim Reitan* Ken and Betty Bratlie* 31 Lyle Bruce Mark and Sharon Bullock* Stewart and Molly Butler* Callahan Zeller Foundation, Inc.* Chevron Tim and Kathy Christie Dorothy M. Clark* Coeur d’Alene Cellars* Coeur d’Alene Garden Club* Coeur d’Alene Kiwanis* Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club* Comfort Heating and Air Dick and Janette Compton* Harold and Katherine Damiano* Frank Darlington* Diedrich Manufacturing District 1 Music Educators* Victor Duarte* Brad and Shariae Dugdale* Joe and Yvette Dunlap Eagles Auxiliary No. 486 Chad Ebert William and Barbara Egolf* Jim and Judy Eisses* Brian and Pamela Farley* J. Warren and Deborah Fisher* Friends of Aging Aviators Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gates, Jr.* John and Terri Goedde* Great Floors, Inc.* Michael and Carol Griffin H2A Architects, P.A.* Dr. Carl Hanson and Dr. Judy Lyding* Robert and Elizabeth Hawn Estate of Charles K. Howard* Human Rights Education Institute* Huntwood Custom Cabinetry* Idaho Independent Bank* Inland Northwest Community Foundation* Invest In Others Charitable Foundation* Sandra Jacquot* Michele and Geary Jerde* Knudtsen Chevrolet Tim and Linda Komberec* Kootenai Charities, Inc.* Christine Maiani Vicki Markizon Herbert D. McAvoy Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation Estate of Claire F. McDonald* Patrick and Gail McGaughey with Activating People Karleen Meyer* Ray and Jane Morgan* Cynthia and Bruce Nelson* Jane Nishio* Northwest ENERGY STAR® Homes* Northwest Specialty Hospital* Numerica Credit Union* P.E.O. Chapter AG* Partenfelder Paints PayneWest Insurance* PepsiCo* Pioneer Title Company Pride Foundation Alin and Elizabeth Provencher Richard and Janice Raugust Sahlin Foundation Sandpoint EAA #144 Don and Sue Sausser* Kevin and Ali Shute* John and Mary Snedden Stephen Snedden Spa-Pool-Billiard Outlet Kevin and Tammy Strait www.nic.edu/foundation Super 1 Foods* Chuck and Joanne Sutton* Team 51 Unlimited Air Racing Jim and Brenda Thorpe* Catherine Tinder Chris and Britt Towery Troy and Jan Tymesen United Electrical Contractors* Wagstaff, Inc. Watkins Distributing Gary and Donna Williams David and Kristine Wold* Women in Aviation John and Connie Young* Fort Grounds Society $500 - $999 Dr. Joseph and Kathi Abate* ALLWEST Testing & Engineering, LLC Mic and Lauri Armon* Marilyn Bagley* Paul G. and Pamela C. Branham Helen Branson* Bright Star Enterprises Mark and Kym Browning Charles and Carol Cardarelli CdA Metals Pat and Shannon Clevenger Coeur d’Alene Art Association* Coeur d’Alene Chocolates Concerned Business P.A.C. Tim and Eileen Crowder D.A. Davidson Company Dave Smith Motors Sarah DeArmond Jones Design Source 101 Jereme and Katie Elwell* Encoder Products Company Facility Consultants Inc. Bonnie Fossum* Jamie Green* The Greg Green Foundation Steve and Marilyn Griffitts* Terry and Karen Groswith Al and Tatiana Harrison Dave and Chris Holloway Harry and Ann Holmberg Homestyles Ken and Barbara Howard* Kaniksu Development Corp. Mike and Carrie Kralicek The Kutteruf and Robinson Fund at the Inland Northwest Community Foundation* Robyn Lieggi Erin G. Lines* Marino and Emily Maiani* Mann Industrial Rich McKernan* Marshall and Dolly Mend Dr. Christine Mahoney Meyer* Barbara and Joseph Milkovich* Clora Dee Miller Robert and Nancey Murray* Dr. and Mrs. Richard Neher North Idaho Title Outotec Doug Parker Cindy Pavel Katherine B. Ream and Lanny R. Ream* Steve and Karen Ruppel* Jack Russell* Patty Shea Mr. and Mrs. Royal F. Shields, Jr. Tony Stewart* Sue and Tom Thilo* Tom and KJ Torgerson Trinity Restaurant Tuxedo Junction Big Band, Inc.* Ron and Kate Vieselmeyer* Mike White Women’s Gift Alliance Members’ Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation* College by the Lake Society $250 - $499 Advanced Benefits* Chip and Tallie Althen Dennis and Joan Antonich Barry and Shannon Badgett* Thomas J. Barnhart Beta Sigma Phi City Council* Bill and Joan Boyd Gary and Laura Brekke Lita Burns* Billy and Margery Bush* CDA Inspectors* The Coeur d’Alene Resort* Rod and Debbie Colwell* Contractors Northwest, Inc. Deborah Cordes and Roger Snyder* Lynn Covey* Ginny DeLong* Christy Doyle Edward & Susan Leach Charitable Trust* Estate of John C. Pointner Don and Joyce Ferrell* Shannon Goodrich* Toni Hackwith Tami Haft* Rob and Michelle Haneline* Legacy Society A special thanks to the following supporters for designating the North Idaho College Foundation as a beneficiary of their life insurance policy, will, trust, or annuity. Rayelle and Michael Anderson Duncan and Sherry Bell Priscilla Bell and Jim Reitan Dean and Linda Bennett Don and Joyce Ferrell Emmett and Lynn Florea Ellen Fredrikson Jean A. Gardner Leona Hassen Charles W. Lange Rick Maxey Doris Puckett Moorehead Brant Morris Bob Murray J. Grant and Dixie Person Marianna Rieg Ben and Anna Marie Rolphe Nils and Mary Rosdahl Don and Sue Sausser Steven Schenk and Gretchen Berning Donald and LaVerne Taylor Margaret Ross Thrailkill Grace Tyson Bonnie Warwick If you have the North Idaho College Foundation listed in your estate plan, please notify the foundation so your commitment may be properly honored. Lewis Hanson Hastings Books Music & Video* George and Catherine Hayes* Jon and Cyndi Hippler* Les Hogan Robert L. Howard* Richard and Donna Hutter International Business Machines Corporation* Ron and Susan Jacobson* Dick and Paula Janssen* Dr. Peter and Kathie Jones* Eric and Cynthia Keck Keokee Publishing, Inc. Elizabeth Lee Living Stone* Longwell + Trapp Architects Linda Michal and Ernie Hawks* Debra Miller Marty and Barb Mueller Deborah Myles Jo Ann and Kay V. Nelson* North Idaho Building Contractors Association Northwestern Mutual Foundation Angela Oakes Lee Ostrom* Jennifer Pedersen Jim and Nora Pierce Procter & Gamble Dale J. Reed Randy and Sandie Rolphe Dave and Janie Sande* Sandpoint Denture Clinic Shirley A. Smalley* Gene Soper* Lanny and Marlene Stein* Lynn and Suzanne Tarbox* Greg and Laurel Taylor Richard Tedmon* Tom Addis Automotive Group Allie and Peter Vogt* Nancy Sue and Marc Wallace* Marty and Julie Westbrook* Joachim and Sandra Wirth* Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Virginia Wright Dexter and Karen Yates Jim and Titina Zuberbuhler Supporters Up to $249 Steven Ackerman Evalyn Adams* Doug and Peggy Albertson* Katherine Allen Dale and Sharon Andersen* Eva Anderson* Anderson Consulting Mary Anthony Patty Baker Gail Ballard* Amy Bancroft Sherie Barber Phillips Bardenay Ryan Barone Lynn Bates* Dale and Joanne Baune* Bruce and Marsha Becker Jennifer Bennett Michael Berg William Berg and Melinda Cameron Bi-Plane Brewing Bistro on Spruce Chantel Black* Robin Blake William and Kathryn Booth Rayann Bounds Robert and June Bouton* Ray and Barbara Bradley* Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation* Lonny and Susanne Bromley Nick Brown Marty Bruner* Hanna Bruning Mary Alice (Peters) Bueser Elizabeth Bullard Burke’s Disaster Restoration Joe and Heather Butler* Capone’s Sports Pub & Grill Maggie M. Carlisle Rae Charlton Joseph and Patricia Cheesman Tony Christensen Pam Claflin* Gayne and Jo Clifford Club Tan Brad Codr Coeur d’Alene High School Class of 1950 Coeur d’Alene Soccer Club Corene Cohen* Lindsay Cole Bonita Colony* Compview Philip and Kim Corlis Carol Couch Gale Dahlman Charleen Davis Jesse Davison Yvonne Deitz Jim and Pat Desmet Barbara Diener Mary Ellen Doll Francis and Melanie Droesch David and Jacque Duffin Jakki East-Peters Christina Edmundson Brian and Mary Edwards* Curtis L. Erickson Gayle Erickson* Todd and Mary Erickson Jerry Evans Rex and Peggy Fairfield* Dona Bouchard Farsdahl* Margaret Fedje Fedora Pub and Grille Cliff Fender Fire Artisan Pizza Sara Fladeland* Arthur and Nancy Flagan Flip Factory Gymnastics Food Services of America Richard and Pamela Forcier David Foster Daniel and Luella Franklin Ronald Fritz Holly Frome Beth Ann Fuller* Michelle Galey Sarah Garcia* Annette Gardiner Carl and Judith George Joe Getchius Carrie Gibson* Robert Gibson Skip and Peg Gillespie Good Samaritan Society of Spokane Valley Janet and Mike Gossett Gourmet Way April Gouveia Nick Granier Dennis and Annette Grant Tom Greene Randy and Annette Griffard* Stephen and Virginia Haasch Brenda and Joseph Haener* Matthew Handelman Terry and Marilyn Harwood* Beverly Hawker* Phillip Hayes Jim and Pam Headley Lucy Hein Teresa Henderson Babette Hess* Laura Hill Steve and Lynn Hill* Sally Hinders* Amy Hirtle Lorie Hoffman* Dan Hogan Marcy Hoggatt Arthur and Bonnie Howell Jim Howerton Stewart and Karen Hubbard* Chris and Stacy Hudson* Elizabeth Hulteng* Kari Hynes Idaho Senior News Idaho Trust Bank Cindy Ingalls Ironwood Vision Center Lynn Jackson Milt Jacobs Joe Jacoby* Bette Jacquot* Edward and Harriet Jacquot DeAnn Johnson Ann Johnston* Candace Johnston* Carol Jones* Steve Jungen* Just Roses David and Susan Kinkade Jason Krapfl Sandra Krebsbach Kay Kristin* Douglas and Erika Krumpelman Cindy Kuhn Alan and Karen Lamb* David and Tara Lee Tom and Carolyn Leege Left Bank Wine Bar Linda Lemkau Ann Lewis* Butch and Kathy Lieggi Jim and Leslie Lien* Pat and Michelle Lippert* Lit Ladies Book Club Daniel and Carrie Logan Barbara Long* Lukins & Annis, P.S. Earl and Judy Lunceford Clark and Grace Lusk* Kelly Lyons* MacKenzie River Pizza Co.* Tonya Mahoney Domenic and Veronica Maiani* Roberta Manley David Mann* Randy Mann Katherine Marsan Kymber Martin Steve Martini Jeane Maruska Michelle Masingill* Gerard and Elizabeth Mathes Rick Maxey and Kim Jacklin* Amy Mayer Meghann McAlister McAllister Technical Services Maggi McElfresh Kristen and Jeremy McFadden* Lisa McLeod Robin McLeod* Mary McNeill Dave McRae and Louise Chadez Meltz Extreme Grilled Cheese Max Mendez* Kristi Mendoza Mexican Food Factory Sharon Meyer Steve and Judy Meyer* Mike and Rita Michalak* Molly Michaud Ray Mikelson Charlie and Amanda Miller Melissa Milton Mike Mires* Josh Misner* Marissa Mitchell* Nancy Mitchell Jeff and Taryn Molitor K. Giesa Montgomery Moon Time Holly Moore Jeff Morbeck Kathleen Moseley Stephen and Beverly Moss Mother’s Haven NIC Nursing Class of 2013 NIC Resort Recreation Management Event Planning Class Birgid Niedenzu Tom Nigh* W.W. and Judy Nixon* Ron and Pamela Noah* Erin and J.R. Norvell* Gale Nye Kathie O’Brien Debra O’Dell* The Odom Corporation Kevin Olson* Richard and Sarah Osborn Erika Ouzounian P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter CB Dan and Susan Palmer* Panhandle Symphony Orchestra Parker Toyota* Donna Patterson* Scott Paxton Tammy Payton* Jan Pedersen Heather Pederson Loree Peery E. Margaret Petersen Peter and Hiedi Petticolas Chris and Erin Pfeiffer* Pfizer Foundation* Harvey Pine Albert Pistorius* Anne Powell John and Rebecca Powers* Marie Price* Ronald and Regina Prindle* Kent and Becki Propst* Candace and Lonny Pugh Judith Putzier Warren and Ethel Ratcliff* Dave and Danielle Rauscher Red Lobster Susan Riess Sandee Riggs* Diane Rininger Nancy Ripplinger Darin and Jennifer Roberson Joseph Roberts Tammy Robertson Sharon Robertson-Hautala* Ausey and Janet Robnett Heidi Rogers Doryne Rogstad* Kim Rogstad Allan Roske Ildiko Roth ROW Adventures John and Linda Ruebelmann Rachel A. and Brian Rupiper* Rustic Romance Jerry Ryen Claude Sappington Catherine Sargent Allison Sayre Linda Schaefer* Steve Schlauch Sara Schmelzer Peggy Schnell* Don Schoesler Hiedi Schrader David and Susan Schreiber Sue Schuh Barry and Ruth Schuler Rick Schultz* Warren Schutz* Larry and Laurie Schwenke Carrie Scozzaro Selkirk Abbey Brewing Bill and Kathy Semmler Shell Oil Company Foundation* Sue Shibley Thomas and Kecia Siegel Cynthia Sielaff Kassie Silvas Silverwood Theme Park* Sherry Simkins* Rhonda Smalley* Dr. R. A. and Elsie Smith Meg Smith Mary Sorenson* Patsy Sorenson* Soulful Soups and Spirits Marlene Spencer* Spokane Indians Baseball Club* Druscilla Squires Graydon Stanley Garry and Julie Stark* Jason Stein Maureen Steinel Cara Stewart Raymond and Betty Stone Justin and Maj StormoGipson Donald and Edwina Stowe* Jim and Linda Straub* Tracy Struble Dan and Gina Stubbs Ivanka Suveg Patricia Swank Tara Swank Richard Tanksley* Lila Tatum Kerrin Tenneson Robynne Therrian* Mark and Laurie Thomas John and Valerie Thomson Jim and Krystal Tippett Tricksters Brewing Company Steve Tudor Jerry Turner* Grace Tyson* Laura Umthun* Julie Van Middlesworth Vehr’s Distributors Kim and Danny Vestal G. Leroy and Jean Viche Robert Vogeler Aaron Walker Wallace Brewing Co. Dick and Shirlee Wandrocke* Colleen Ward Keith Warner Margaret Wasserman Jeff and Jodi Watkins Lewis Watkins Penny Weiss Briana Werner Angie White Briana White Marie Whitesel Liza Wilcox Casey Wilhelm John Wilkey* Ginger Winckler Bernice Wright Keira Yetter* * Signifies three consecutive years of giving. If you’ve inadvertently missed a year in your consecutive giving, it’s not too late to update your giving history! Send your contribution today and note the year you want the gift applied to. 32 NIC Foundation Honor Roll of Contributors Coeur Society In Memory of Cumulative gifts of $100,000+ J. A. & Kathryn Albertson Foundation, Inc. Avista Utilities Mary Bobby George Carlson Eula and Earl Chilcott Coeur d’Alene Casino Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club Coeur d’Alene Tribe Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, Inc. Harold and Katherine Damiano Robert and Leona DeArmond Greenstone Corporation John Harrison Charles Imus Inland Northwest Health Services Itron Kootenai Health Kootenai Tribe of Idaho Claire McDonald Steve and Judy Meyer Myron Mikus Jessie Molstead Northwest Specialty Hospital Tony Norton Drs. Eva and Earl Ogg John Pointner Edith Polston Robert Scates Norman and Nanci Shaman H.C. Slamberg Stock Building Supply of Coeur d’Alene Peter and Emma Van Laken A.K. and Ellen Walden Alice Irene Wilson Eunice E. Bosley Mabel Braun Ben Brekke Joan Brogan Gerald and Catherine Brown Walt Carlson Martha Louise Casselberry Velma Christie Jay Couch Jason Dixon John Dunlap Ellen Fredrikson Jean Gardner Don Goodwin Warren Squirt Keating Mary Lynn David J. Maiani Kenneth Allen Marcure Alan Markizon J. Otto Meyer Itsuko Nishio and Shimeo Nishio Ruth Papp George and Loretta Reeve Nena and Edmond Robinson Madelyn Sapp Arnold Schmelzer, Jr. David Sielaff Ray Stone Charles Sutton Garrett Turner Gailen Veurink Scott Wemple Marie Whitesel Brian Williams Janet K. Wollan In Honor of Julia Anderson Mic Armon Donald and Nancy Burk Ana Burton Sara J. Fladeland Pam Joseph Landon Thomas Leeds John Little Claudia Miewald Bob Murray Nursing Faculty Joan and Bob Phillips Quest Aircraft Company Jim Thorpe Jim Tippett The Tuskegee Airmen Josephine Webb Please send your annual contribution today! ❏ Check enclosed and made payable to the NIC Foundation Annual Fund ❏ Charge $_____________ to my (circle one) Visa MasterCard Discover Card #______________________________________________ Expiration date__________ Signature____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❏ Donate online at www.nic.edu/foundation or call (208) 769-5978 We’d like to include you in the Honor Roll of Contributors. Please print your name. 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Ask your tax advisor for details or call the NIC Foundation at (208) 769-5978 for more information. Changing lives… one student at a time Please partner with the North Idaho College Foundation by investing in the annual Excellence and Opportunity Campaign. Every dollar raised directly supports needs ranging from purchases of ever-changing technology and equipment to scholarships for deserving students. Individuals, corporations, foundations, and service organizations can give in various ways: • invest in scholarships or greatest needs • make a gift in honor or memory of a loved one • donate appreciated assets, such as stock or real estate • name the NIC Foundation as a beneficiary in a will, trust, insurance policy, or annuity 33 www.nic.edu/foundation NIC Foundation Scholarships and Funds The following scholarships and funds have been established to benefit deserving students and specific areas of need. The criteria of each fund varies. To establish a named scholarship for your social organization, business or family, or in memory of a loved one, call the NIC Foundation at (208) 769-5978. Scholarship Endowments John and Joanna Adams Wally and Pamela Adams Adams – Whitley Advanced Benefits Rayelle and Michael Anderson Associated Students of North Idaho College (ASNIC) Heinie and Rose Bell Memorial J. Douglas and Jan Bell Memorial Priscilla Bell Beta Sigma Phi Edward and Mary Bobby Memorial Emmett and Annah Booher Memorial Earlene Joyce Chilcott Boswell Memorial Joan Brogan Memorial Gerald and Catherine Brown Memorial R. Romer and Kathleen Brown Carla M. Buck and Jens Hansen Memorial Michael and Deborah Burke Walter J. Burns Memorial Callahan Zeller Foundation, Inc. George and Dorothy Carlson Memorial Elma Cerny Memorial Mary Christie Memorial Kenneth G. Clark Memorial Jesse and June Clay Memorial Coeur d’Alene Garden Club Coeur d’Alene Mines Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra Dick and Janette Compton Celia Cook Memorial Thomas and Alice Cromwell Memorial Lester and Judith Nations Crow Memorial Crown Pacific Todd Crum Memorial Harold and Katherine Damiano Frank Darlington John Dunlop Memorial Loretta Dunnigan Memorial Robert Ebert Memorial Anna R. Edminster Memorial Bill Eisenwinter Memorial Tom and Alma Emerson Memorial Don and Joyce Ferrell Thelma Finney Memorial Lynn and Ellen Fredrikson Memorial Cleve and Addie Gaine Memorial Scott Hague Memorial Jack J. Hamilton Memorial John and Sadie Harrison Memorial Wes and Meg Hatch Memorial Health and Sciences Merle and Gladys Henkel/Cherie Cook Memorial Hennon, Gschwend and Jones Memorial Jacque Herum Memorial Ford S. Hoback Memorial Jack Holm Memorial Charles K. Howard Memorial Richard W. Howell Memorial Tom Huson Memorial Charles R. and Phyllis J. Imus INC/Morris Family Owen F. and Gladys Richardson Jacklin Jerde Family George Frederick Jewett Foundation Nursing Steve and Janice Johnson Janice Helbling Jones Memorial Rolly and Jeannie Jurgens George Kildow Memorial Darlene King Memorial Ken Kohli Family Kootenai Medical Center Laboratory Joan Leahy Memorial Roland A. LeCoultre Memorial Howard K. Low Memorial Angela Mia Maiani Memorial David J. Maiani Memorial Nell Malanya Memorial Alan R. Markizon Memorial Marquardt Family Memorial Claire F. McDonald Memorial Mary Anderson McGovern Memorial Charles “Mac” and Betty McLain Memorial Merritt Brothers Lumber Company Professor Molennium, Milli and Nan O. Mole Molstead Family Memorial Marilyn Montgomery and Dr. Ernest Fokes Frank A. Morbeck Memorial Mark Nelson Memorial NightHawk Radiology Services North Idaho Building Contractors Association North Idaho Classic Car Club/Gene Fuson Memorial North Idaho Code Enforcers North Idaho College Diamond Jubilee North Idaho College Employees’ Providing Opportunities North Idaho College Foundation North Idaho College Retirees Scholarship for Students Tony and Martha Norton Memorial Earl and Eva Ogg Memorial Daniel and Kathryn Pinkerton John C. Pointner Memorial Providing Opportunities/Fulfilling Dreams Pythian Sisters Woodbine Temple #13 Ramsden and Lyons Sheila Richards Riverstone Development Rotary Clubs of North Idaho Madelyn Isabella Sapp Memorial Robert Scates Memorial Steven W. Schenk Eileen G. Seymour Memorial Nanci R. Shaman Memorial Shoshone Head Start Barry J. Simon Award in Engineering and Science H.C. Slamberg Memorial Hugh Olin Smith Memorial Spirit Lake Volunteer Ambulance Stimson Lumber Company Karen K. Streeter Memorial Students with Disabilities Sunshine Mining Company Charles and Joanne Sutton Donald and LaVerne Taylor Rose and Craig Tedmon Tedmon Family Thilo Health and Sciences Jim and Brenda Thorpe Emma VanLaken Memorial Raymond Vaudreuil Sr. Memorial Gailen Veurink Memorial Scott Wemple Memorial Wilharm Family Brian Williams Memorial Tom and Irene Wilson Memorial Gilbert and Eileen Yates Richard H. Young Memorial Annual Scholarships J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation Go On American Association of University Women Avista Scholars Program Bayview, Athol, Belmont Women’s Club Centennial Distributing Che’nshish Nell Louise Clingerman Coeur d’Alene Art Association Coeur d’Alene Garden Club NIC Dual Credit Coeur d’Alene Kiwanis Club Coeur d’Alene Press Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club Cromwell Physical Science Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation Robert S. Darham Memorial Wade Egolf Memorial Travis Shane Farley Memorial Bonnie and Lee Fossum Friends of Head Start Gear Up Harris/Dean-Western States Insurance Hastings – Adult Basic Education/GED Hayden Lake Country Club Mark C. Horswill Memorial Art Human Rights Education Institute for Minority Students Idaho Attorney General Kootenai Charities, Inc. Mike Kralicek Law Enforcement Warren and Lillian McKinlay Memorial Wayne Meyer NIC Dual Credit Roy and Leona Nelson Foundation North Idaho College Alumni Association North Idaho College American Indian Studies Program North Idaho College Automotive Technology Program North Idaho College Bookstore North Idaho College Business Entrepreneurship North Idaho College CITE Program North Idaho College Collision Repair North Idaho College Edminster Student Union North Idaho College Foundation North Idaho College Foundation Carpentry North Idaho College Foundation Minority Student North Idaho College Outdoor Power/ Recreational Vehicle North Idaho College Professional Workforce North Idaho College Radiography Technology North Idaho Federation of Teachers North Idaho Mineral Club PEO Chapter AG PepsiCo Warren and Ethel Ratcliff George and Loretta Reeve Memorial Chris Reynolds Memorial Rolphe Family Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Silver Valley Economic Development Corporation NIC Dual Credit Edwina Stowe Students with Disabilities Lou and Margaret Thrailkill Academic Work Trades and Industry Tuxedo Junction Virtual Possibilities Network Windermere/Coeur d’Alene Realty Foundation NIC Dual Credit Named Funds BDK/AKV Scholarship Babich—Covey Family Scholarship James Barton Memorial Haft Family Scholarship Terry Heath Memorial Joe Jonas Memorial Scholarship Jacquot Family Warren “Squirt” Keating Memorial Scholarship Bob and Nancey Murray Scholarship James and Laura Rice Family Gregory Richman Memorial Tony Stewart Ray Stone Memorial Peter and Allie Vogt Nursing Scholarship Marie Whitesel Memorial Greatest Needs Endowments Rayelle and Michael Anderson Kit Scates Barnhart Memorial Priscilla Bell Jean Gardner Memorial John and Sadie Harrison – Nursing Steve and Janice Johnson Meyer Equipment and Technology North Idaho College Library Endowment Edith Polston Memorial A.K. and Ellen Walden Memorial Camille Waltermire Memorial Tom and Irene Wilson Memorial Fatima Madrid Hayden, Idaho 2013 Associate of Science Graduate 34 1000 West Garden Ave. Coeur dâ€™Alene, ID 83854 www.nic.edu