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SBCC FOUNDATION

Annual Report to the Community

2013 -2014 SBCC Foundation Board of Directors PRESIDENT Madeleine Jacobson VICE PRESIDENT Stan Fishman VICE PRESIDENT Ken Pash TREASURER Michael Giles SECRETARY Kandy Luria-Budgor Earl Armstrong Les Carroll Craig Case Sue Colin, Ph.D. Steve Cushman David W. Doner, Jr., M.D. Robyn Freedman Jack Friedlander, Ph.D. Lori Gaskin, Ph.D. Marilyn Gevirtz Vanessa Graham Jacques Habra Peter Haslund, Ph.D.

Len Jarrott Morrie Jurkowitz Neil Kreisel Gail Kvistad Steve Lew Kenley Neufeld Jess Parker Jeff Pittman Scott Pollard, J.D. Elna Scheinfeld Frank Schipper Suzi Schomer Victoria Mann Simms, Ph.D. Nicholas Vincent, M.D. EMERITUS MEMBERS Silvio Di Loreto Jane Habermann Perri Harcourt Peter MacDougall, Ed.D. John Romo Richard Schall Joseph Scher Michael Towbes

Featured Sections Message From Foundation Board President ... 2 Message From College President ....................... 4 Looking Forward and Financials ....................... 5 Message from Foundation Leadership ............. 6 Student Highlights ................................................ 7

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Funded Programs .................................................. 9

Vanessa Patterson

Events and Press .................................................... 15 Funded Programs (continued) ........................... 19 Donor Societies ...................................................... 21 Donor Honor Roll .................................................. 24

CHANGING LIVES THROUGH EDUCATION

MESSAGE FROM NEIL KREISEL, 2009-2013 SBCC FOUNDATION BOARD PRESIDENT

Dear Friends and Supporters, There is a passion shared between every single donor and our Board of Directors to ensure that people, who would not normally have a chance, have the opportunity to receive a college education. The ability to succeed in this venture of helping people transform their futures has not only been shown by community colleges at large, but by this community college in particular. At Santa Barbara City College, we understand that if we, as a country, hope to maintain our role as a global leader, we need to have a vibrant, educated populace. We understand that, though our success begins at the individual level, it ultimately extends out to our local community and even further - to the country as a whole. Our belief that all people deserve a higher education leads us at SBCC to focus on and create programs that ensure the success of our over 28,000 students. Some of these programs are highlighted in this annual report, and we thank you for investing in the creation and sustainability of these programs. Because of the assistance provided by these initiatives, we have SBCC graduates who never envisioned a high school diploma, yet alone a college degree, that are now among the top scientists and technologists in the country. Thank you for these past four years. Although my term as Board President has come to a close, I look forward to serving beside you for many years to come. All the very best,

Neil Kreisel Board President

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SBCC NAMED TOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN THE COUNTRY

SBCC Named Top Community College in the Country Let’s Celebrate! The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named Santa Barbara City College the cowinner of the 2013 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. As the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in America’s community colleges, the Aspen Prize recognizes institutions for outstanding achievement in four areas: student learning outcomes, degree completion, labor market success in securing good jobs after college, and facilitating minority and low-income student success. You are a big part of what makes SBCC #1 and we would love to take you on a personal tour of our campus to showcase the impact of your support! Call the Foundation today at (805) 730-4401.

Edith Goes to Washington, D.C. By the end of her senior year of high school, one SBCC student had already been incarcerated multiple times, was involved with local gangs and had little insight into her future. Four years and countless hours of dedication later, Edith Rodriguez flew out to represent Santa Barbara City College in Washington, D.C. “It’s touching, I would never picture myself in our nation’s capital. I went back to the time when I was a disappointment to my family, then thought of where I was in that moment and it was just the best feeling,” said Edith Rodriguez, former Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) President. Now, Rodriguez is preparing to transfer with an associate degree in liberal arts with an emphasis in math and science. She also has a separate associate degree in physics under her belt. All of this, and she didn’t even graduate from eighth grade. “(Back then) I didn’t know any other way to live. My cousins didn’t go to school. I lived in a bubble. I knew it wasn’t the right thing but it was the only thing I knew,” she said. “At the same time my brother was getting incarcerated with me too. He had gotten into big trouble and he was looking at a couple years as a juvenile and I remember seeing how heavy that was on my family and I realized, ‘Oh my god, what am I doing?’” It was that day she decided to make a change. Consequently, Rodriguez returned to Santa Barbara High School. In the last few weeks before graduation, a representative came to inform students of SBCC’s Running Start program. Running Start is fully funded by generous donors in our community. Students take two classes in the morning and are tutored in the afternoon. They go on field trips and are paid $100 a week if they fulfill all of the requirements. The program is meant to inspire the educationally unprepared as well as low-income students to pursue a better future. Rodriguez was hooked. She took down the presenter’s number and made sure to contact him immediately in regards to the program.The number belonged to Alfonso Corral, EOPS student program advisor, who would recommend her for the Aspen Award trip years later. “You could tell that she was a go-getter, she was calling and emailing me before I even got the information out. You could tell that she wanted to be a part of the program,” said Corral. Just weeks after barely graduating from Santa Barbara High School in 2009, Rodriguez began attending SBCC regularly, and fell in love with all the school had to offer. During her time here, she was President of EOPS and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. She is currently a part of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Her main focuses right now are her academics and an internship at UCSB where she assists in programing hardware. Her actions have not gone unnoticed. When Superintendent-President Lori Gaskin called Rodriguez to announce she had been chosen for the Aspen Award trip, she was shocked. “I realized I was the only student going. It gave me the chills. Knowing that the hard work that I’ve done has paid off,” said Rodriguez. “It was an honor to be there to represent our school because I’m so thankful for the staff here. They helped me all the way and encouraged me. I feel like I have a little family. When I needed the support I found it, and that’s why I stayed.” (Courtesy of SBCC Channels) PHOTO: Edith Rodriguez accepts the Aspen Award from Second Lady of the United States, Jill Biden on behalf of SBCC.

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MESSAGE FROM LORI GASKIN, Ph.D., SBCC PRESIDENT

SBCC Board of Trustees PRESIDENT Marty Blum (District 7 - Santa Barbara)

Marsha S. Croninger (District 5 - Mission Canyon and Santa Barbara)

Veronica Gallardo (District 3 - Santa Barbara)

Dr. Peter O. Haslund (District 1 - Carpinteria and Montecito)

Dr. Marianne Kugler (District 2 - Goleta)

VICE PRESIDENT Lisa A. Macker (District 6 - Isla Vista, Santa Barbara)

Craig Nielsen (District 4 - Santa Barbara)

STUDENT TRUSTEE Alfonso Levi Palencia (Student Trustee)

Dear Friends, Thank you for welcoming me to Santa Barbara with such open arms this past year. As my first year as president of SBCC comes to a close, I couldn’t be more honored to work in lockstep with you to see our students’ dreams become a reality. For the past thirty-four years I have had the honor of working in the California Community Colleges and have been witness to hundreds of thousands of students coming through our doors, seeking both the skills that can lead to a meaningful career and also the solid academic background that can lead to transfer to a baccalaureate level institution. Your support provides the infrastructure for tutoring centers, writing labs, and programs to foster student achievement. It is because of you that many of our students, who otherwise would not have the opportunity to pursue higher education, are now SBCC graduates, and have gone on to pursue degrees from other colleges and universities across the nation. With your help, SBCC alum are now local business owners, scientists, teachers, nurses, and so many other contributors to our local community. Your support, encouragement, and commitment to these students inspire me daily. I am deeply grateful that we are able to join together to pave the road toward our students’ goals and aspirations and to collectively help shape our students’ future in such profound and meaningful ways. With great appreciation,

Lori Gaskin, Ph.D. SBCC President

DID YOU KNOW?

70 percent of California nurses received their education at a Community College.

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SBCC FOUNDATION FINANCIALS

Fundraising Breakdown In FY 2012 - 2013, donors made generous contributions towards SBCC’s core student and college program support. New gifts and pledges totaled $5,346,264. This figure represents an unprecedented 38 percent growth in overall giving, and reflects dynamic leadership from the Foundation Board. Overall Board giving surpassed a five-year high and totaled over $860,000. The grand total reflected on the Fundraising Report FY 2012-2013 of $5,750,264 reflects the addition of the Aspen Institute prize money. In all, contributors were enthusiastic, adding hundreds of thousands in contributions to SBCC in the last month alone.

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We hope you will visit our website for our full audited financials. Please visit sbccfoundation.org or call for your own personal copy (805) 730-4401.

The SBCC Foundation supports dozens of programs, including:

Percentage of Santa Barbara residents who have attended SBCC

• Scholarships • Internships • Book Grants • Library • Math Lab • Writing Center • Art Gallery

• Tutoring • Technology • Entrepreneurship • Science • Music • Childcare • Running Start

• Transfer Achievement • Express to Success • Marine Diving • Theater • Veterans • Transitions

SBCC Foundation Staff PHOTO: Bottom Row (L-R): Sara Fargo, Marcia Reed, Ana Aguilar, Sheba Lux, Dawn Sanchez, Vanessa Patterson, Gretchen Hewlett, Trish Stone-Damen, Ursula Ruland; Top Row (L-R): Erica Mesker, Lisa Skvarla, Jim Rivera, Jill Peña.

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MESSAGE FROM SBCC FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP

Dear SBCC Foundation Family, You really did it! In a time of unprecedented budget cuts for community colleges and fee increases for students (tuition has nearly doubled over the past two years), the Santa Barbara community embraced an unprecedented goal of raising over $5 million to support SBCC student success. Thank you! With your support, the SBCC Foundation exceeded its goal, raising 38 percent more over the prior year. The result? Thousands of SBCC students were able to receive the resources they needed to achieve their goals and pursue their dreams. Santa Barbara City College is a gateway to a world of wider opportunity, offering programs to prepare students for career success and lifelong learning, and smoothing pathways to four-year universities. Philanthropic support has never been as crucial to providing access to higher education. Your participation is vital and we are so thankful for your commitment. In gratitude,

Madeleine Jacobson Board President

Vanessa Patterson Executive Director

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THANK YOU FROM SBCC STUDENT

Dear SBCC Foundation, My college experience and education would not be possible without the support I receive through SBCC and the SBCC Foundation. Let me explain: My college life started last year when I was accepted into the Running Start Program. Even before my college life, I had the dream of wanting to be a doctor or business woman, but didn’t think it was possible. The Running Start Program taught me how and showed me the path to pursue my dream of transferring to UCLA. Not only that, when I couldn’t buy all my books because of how much they cost, you gave me an emergency book grant. Now, I’m studying all the time in the computer labs you pay for and in the library that’s open on the weekends because of you. Thank you so much!!! I now feel there are no limits to achieving my goals. I promise to make you all proud. With appreciation,

Ana Aguilar

CALLING ALL

VOLUNTEERS! Email Ana (aguilar@sbccfoundation.org) to volunteer for the 2014 Campaign for Student Success today!

Ana Gives Back Ana Aguilar was a tremendous asset during the 2013 Campaign for Student Success. Ana not only volunteered hours of her time but also coordinated many of the other volunteers. Thank you Ana!

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SBCC STUDENT HIGHLIGHT

From Troubled Youth to SBCC Commencement Graduate Speaker with Honors This year’s inspiring commencement speaker was graduating student Robert Gutierrez, who earned degrees in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Gutierrez said he was nervous to accept the honor of being the keynote speaker, but pushed past his fears, “because I have found that nothing in this life is worthwhile unless there is risk to achieve it.” Gutierrez’s parents migrated from Mexico to the Carpinteria area and worked long hours, leaving him without guidance or the motivation to put in an effort at school, he said. Poor decisions followed that led to a “first-class ticket” to Wasco State Prison and being in and out of jail for about seven years. In 2008, he took his first big risk in life and enrolled at Santa Barbara City College. He said he discovered his goal to be a bioengineering researcher during an animal biology course by Blake Barron and has since been accepted to prestigious universities. Gutierrez said he couldn’t have done it without SBCC’s Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, the Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program, his girlfriend, and many professors who believed in him. There’s a Spanish saying that, translated, is “he who seeks, will find.” Every time he was released from jail, Gutierrez said he tried a job and failed at it — but never gave up. He said the most powerful lesson came from his prison cellmate. “You know what kid? You are very intelligent, but you’re stupid,” Gutierrez recalls him saying. Gutierrez wouldn’t accept that at first, but said he came to value the man as a mentor, and the one who finally made him realize he was focusing his energy on the wrong things. “I went from being a troubled youth to graduating with honors from Santa Barbara City College,” he said. “I went from being a nobody, perceived as weak, to being your 2013 commencement speaker.” He ended with his lesson of his own to everyone listening: It’s never too late. “For the children in the audience whose parents didn’t go to college, it’s not too late,” he said, in Spanish and in English. “For those who were incarcerated or told you’d never amount to anything, it’s not too late.” (With permission from Noozhawk.com, reporter Lara Cooper)

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Meet Kathy Molloy SBCC Foundation salutes Kathy Molloy! Kathy, SBCC Professor of English and English Skills is an inspiring instructor whose professional life and career has been dedicated to student success. This year, with insight backed by solid research, Kathy explored the integral role played by enlightened, engaging instruction in ensuring positive learning outcomes for the diverse student population found on community college campuses.

Express to Success Seventy percent of students enter SBCC with assessment scores requiring remediation prior to taking college level courses. This lack of academic preparedness and the resulting low retention and college completion rates are the reason for the development of the Express to Success Program. Research shows that the major barrier to students persisting in college is the amount of time it takes to remedy their basic skills deficiencies. “Time is the enemy for these students,” SBCC’s Executive Vice President, Jack Friedlander said. “ESP enables them to get through college in only three years, rather than the current average of six.” Sixty percent of full-time city college students are at jobs more than 20 hours a week—a quarter are working more than 35 hours weekly. Add to these stats that roughly one-fourth of city college students have children of their own to support. These numbers make it clear: when it comes to college completion and transfer, success and persistence go hand-inhand with accelerated completion.

60 percent of full-time city college students are at jobs more than 20 hours a week—a quarter are working more than 35 hours weekly.

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Her research and experience led to one conclusion: students need to feel directed, focused, nurtured, engaged, connected, and above all, valued. The task is the job of everyone on campus – not solely instructors, but the entire staff, from groundskeepers to the registrar. Kathy received the SBCC Faculty Excellence Award in 2007. In addition, she received the Stanford Stroud Diversity Award from the California State Academic Senate in 2011.

DID YOU KNOW?

This year, the SBCC Foundation gave out nearly 900 scholarships and awards to over 500 students.

• TRANSITIONS/EOPS

Larry “Pays it Forward”

Thank You! A big “thank you” to the Fund for Santa Barbara for their generous support of this program.

“I remember when I was released from prison for the fifth time. I have also been released from juvenile detention centers and county jails on numerous occasions,” describes Larry Davidson, Transitions student at SBCC. “I knew that I was tired of jails and prisons and that I wanted to change my life. It is easy to say or think that I could change, but in all reality the question was, how was I going to do this?” While staying at a transitional living home, “I heard some guys talking about SBCC and this program called Transitions. I heard that this program was for people with a similar lifestyle to mine–and who wanted to change.” Davidson is now well on his way to achieving a college degree and he helps others on their path. “After going through the Transitions program I have developed a passion for learning, a passion for education, and I want to further my education and further my career goals. The Transitions program has given me a chance to reevaluate my life and the determination to succeed and become a productive part of society. I have gained a sense of self-worth, a sense pride, and sense of accomplishment.” Davidson is not unlike the other Transitions students—who come from the streets, from drug addiction, from juvenile hall, and from prison. Some of them are one strike shy of life in “the system”. Others have never known an adult life outside the criminal justice system. College is the last place any of them expected to end up. Transitions empowers these young people to change the course of their lives and their futures, and obtain a college education. State of California Recidivism rate: 70%; Transitions Recidivism rate: 0% (With permission from Amigos 805)

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SIMMS/MANN INSTITUTE • SBCC CHILDCARE SERVICES

The Impact of Funded Childcare for SBCC Students Consider this: childcare expenses for a nine-month academic year for the children of student-parents range from a low of $4,050 to a high of $10,350 in Santa Barbara County.

Simms/Mann Institute for Education and Community Development Think Tank and Fellowship for Early Childhood Education The Simms/Mann Institute addresses the challenges of our time by reaching back to where it begins—where we begin to emerge and develop as individuals—ages zero to three. The fast-paced lifestyle of today’s world, which has been created by technology, globalization, and changing economic conditions, has threatened the healthy development of the child, the family, and the community. The Simms/Mann Institute for Education and Community Development was created to address this threat. This is a unique public/private partnership that is offering professional development opportunities to SBCC Faculty and Staff whose focus is on children ages 0-3. This is the first program of its kind to be implemented at the Community College level. Community Colleges in California educate more than 70% of early childhood educators.

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“Obtaining funding so that struggling parents can gain a college education is the only viable way to break the cycle of poverty for these families,” says Marsha Wright, EOPS Director at Santa Barbara City College. The average college graduate earns an annual income that is 38% more than that of a high school graduate. For low income parents, it is not the lack of intelligence or motivation that holds them back—it is the inability to afford the childcare necessary to pursue a college education. Meeting this need contributes to student success in the educational setting.

CENTER FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

Center for Lifelong Learning SBCC has created a self-supporting Center for Lifelong Learning, offering classes designed to meet the interests and needs of adults in all age categories in Santa Barbara County. Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL), offers a rich and diverse array of lowfee classes that will be attractive to and available for a broader range of community residents than was possible in the past. The community-building that develops in and out of the CLL classrooms will continue to enhance the entire county – providing new and renewed skills to those who need training and re-training, as well as intellectual and creative outlets for those who simply want to continue their education. For the 2013-2014 school year, the Center for Lifelong Learning will offer 1,000 classes spread over four terms—fall, winter, spring and summer. By 2018 approximately 1,500 classes will be offered year-round. It is projected that the number of unduplicated students will grow from 5,000 in 2013 to approximately 15,000 in 2018. CLL serves a diverse cross-section of the Santa Barbara community at all “adult” ages. CLL Courses include a range of topics: • Parenting • Fitness • Arts and Enrichment • Personal Finance • Health and Spirituality Looking for exciting lectures about anything and everything? Check out the “CLL Presents” series. Visit our website at sbcc.edu/CLL

Meet Andy Harper With a true vision, Andy Harper was appointed Executive Director of Santa Barbara City College’s Center for Lifelong Learning in February. Andy has worked for the SBCC Continuing Education Division as a program director since 2009. Prior to moving across Highway 101 to SBCC, Andy worked for nine years at UCSB Extension as Director of Language and Culture Programs. Before discovering the wonders of Santa Barbara, Andy held leadership positions at the University of Tampa in Florida, the University of Central Florida, Sultan Qaboos University in the Sultanate of Oman, and at Schreiner College in Kerrville, Texas. In addition, Andy has also lived and been a classroom teacher in London (England), Montpellier (France), Cairo (Egypt), and San Sebastian (Spain). Andy has a B.A. degree in Comparative Literature from the University of East Anglia (U.K), and an M.A. degree in English as a Second Language from the University of Hawaii. His certifications also include Executive Leadership, Program Planning and e-Marketing.

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Meet Jim Mooy Jim Mooy, SBCC Professor of Music, has seen the musician’s life from all sides. As a student, Jim studied music from childhood, attended SBCC and moved on to UCLA for graduate work. His life as a performer spans Disneyland’s Magic Kingdom Corps (performing in every venue in the park), independent southland gig work, and overseas performance in Japan, Canada and Mexico. Have trumpet, will travel. But the third aspect – teaching – is what causes Mooy’s musical heart to sing. His experience teaching private lessons while still in high school was the hook. The glamour of the road couldn’t begin to top the dual attractions of family life (Jim and spouse Liz share four fine children) and introducing young – and some not-so-young – talent to the intricacies of music – especially jazz. SBCC’s phenomenal Jazz Studies Program – established decades ago under the leadership of Dr. Chuck Wood – has benefitted from Mooy’s inspirational instruction, dedication, and infinite energy. During his 17 years of leadership, SBCC jazz ensembles have racked up dozens of first place finishes at a variety of competitions and jazz festivals, notably an uninterrupted string at the Reno International Jazz Festival in a division designed specifically for community college jazz groups. Always looking to kick it up a notch, three years ago Mooy ventured into deeper water, entering SBCC in the brand new, exclusive, and challenging Next Gen Jazz Competition for a chance to be on stage at the pinnacle of cool, the Monterey Jazz Festival. For each of three years entered, SBCC has been invited to compete. Only six bands nationally are invited – including the likes of USC, UCLA and CSU Northridge – and no other community college has ever been invited more than once.

Giving Opportunities Seat Sponsorship Whether your passion is for music or drama, education or performance, we invite you to support the SBCC Performing Arts by naming a seat in our beautiful new Garvin Theatre.

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Music Scholarship Honors Dr. Don Richardson’s Memory Dr. Don Richardson was a strong supporter of choral music throughout his career, and a strong supporter of the SBCC Quire of Voyces, of which he was a founding board member. Dr. Richardson was a music professor, composer, author, conductor, and radio commentator covering the arts. To honor his memory, the Quire of Voyces and its supporters undertook the creation of this scholarship in his name. The first scholarship award recipient is Brandon E. Thibeault, who received $1000 which will further his education in choral music. Brandon was selected by audition for Music 185, Applied Vocal Lessons, and has showed tremendous growth in this area. He has been a featured soloist for several Concert Choir performances and will be joining the Quire of Voyces in the fall. The endowed fund will provide scholarships for choral music students at Santa Barbara City College.

Photo, left to right: Ann Dwelley, Board President of Quire of Voyces, Brandon Thibeault, Nathan Kreitzer

VAQUEROS

20th Annual Golf Classic Hosted by the SBCC Athletics Department, this year’s Golf Tournament attracted 120 participants and raised $32,000.

THANK YOU to Union Bank for its generosity in helping make a state-of-the-art scoreboard with digital and video technology a reality at La Playa Stadium.

DID YOU KNOW?

Student volunteers from the Athletics Department comprised the greatest group of volunteers during the 2013 Campaign for Student Success “Show Us Your Love Campaign.”

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Thank You for Your Support!

CAMPAIGN FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

Campaign for Student Success

PHOTO BY PRISCILLA

“Show Us Your Love” As a result of the tireless dedication of hundreds of community volunteers, supporters and sponsors for SBCC Foundation’s 2013 Campaign for Student Success — aptly themed “Show Us Your Love” — the campaign exceeded its original fundraising and donor acquisition goals, raising $1.145 million dollars! Photo credit to Terry Straehley and David Bazemore

“Show Us Your Love” Campaign

Raised Over $1.145 Million!

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Rincon Broadcasting

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SB Independent

Pacific Coast Business Times

Official “Show Us Your Love” poster by Vivian Jeffers

IN-KIND SPONSORS

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Casa Magazine

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Thank You for Your Support!

CAMPAIGN FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

Campaign for Student Success

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“Show Us Your Love” As a result of the tireless dedication of hundreds of community volunteers, supporters and sponsors for SBCC Foundation’s 2013 Campaign for Student Success — aptly themed “Show Us Your Love” — the campaign exceeded its original fundraising and donor acquisition goals, raising $1.145 million dollars! Photo credit to Terry Straehley and David Bazemore

“Show Us Your Love” Campaign

Raised Over $1.145 Million!

MEDIA SPONSOR MEDIA SPONSOR

Rincon Broadcasting

MEDIA SPONSOR

SB Independent

Pacific Coast Business Times

Official “Show Us Your Love” poster by Vivian Jeffers

IN-KIND SPONSORS

MEDIA SPONSOR

Casa Magazine

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MEDIA SPONSOR

COX

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Showing Our Love for Dean Douglas Hersh The SBCC Foundation would like to express its deep gratitude to Dr. Douglas Hersh. Doug helped create our visual Campaign for Student Success “Show Us Your Love” showpiece— as the creative director and executive producer of a fun and inspiring music video that included hundreds of students and the Santa Barbara community as well. The video can be seen on YouTube by searching “Show Us Your Love SBCC.”

Larry Crandell’s Birthday Bash Supports Campaign for Student Success

Doug is SBCC’s Dean of Educational Programs overseeing a multitude of diverse programs. He exhibited his expertise and talent in multimedia arts and new media technologies through the video project he produced that helped the campaign really show its heart to the community, and beyond. Thanks Doug!

The SBCC Foundation teamed up with the Hutton Parker Foundation to celebrate Mr. Santa Barbara’s - Larry Crandell - 90th Birthday on Friday, April 26. The event’s proceeds benefited SBCC Foundation’s Campaign for Student Success. “Larry is the perfect representative of Santa Barbara City College because we impact the lives of 90 percent of Santa Barbara residents,” Vanessa Patterson, Executive Director of the SBCC Foundation, said. “And as Mr. Santa Barbara, Larry is so generous to lend his 90th birthday to help raise funds to send students to college. He’s just remarkable.”

Thank You to Our Volunteers!

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FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Scheinfeld Center Trains Future Entrepreneurs Spearheaded by the generous support of the late James D. Scheinfeld, Santa Barbara City College’s Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (SCEI) is a leader in the advancement of excellence in entrepreneurship education and practice. The Scheinfeld Center enables its students to earn an Associate of Arts Degree, Certificate, or Skills Competency Award as they build their own businesses across eight courses. The courses are offered in the evenings to make them more accessible to employed students from a variety of disciplines and to allow for local entrepreneurs to come and speak. The New Venture Challenge, where students pitch their business concepts to the public and a panel of judges, serves as the capstone experience for SBCC Entrepreneurship students and also promotes youth entrepreneurship by inviting high school students to pitch. The winners earn up to $15,000 in combined seed capital and scholarship opportunities. For students that desire a more creative approach to building their businesses, the Scheinfeld Center also offers a one-of-kind Enterprise Launch program, where students take their business ideas from conception to launch in a single semester. Several successful student businesses have launched as a result of these programs. The Scheinfeld Center also partners with the SBCC Career Center to offer students internships. Also, twice a year, it hosts the Enlightened Entrepreneurship Series; a series of intimate conversations with local entrepreneurs that can be attended by students and the public. Additionally, both the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Center for International Trade Development have partnered with the Scheinfeld Center to provide business counseling and global trade development at no charge to SBCC students and the community. To learn more about the Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, contact its Director, Melissa Moreno at (805) 965-0581 ext. 3643 or at Melissa.Moreno@sbcc.edu.

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Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards Seed Money for New Businesses At the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards dinner in May a total of $10,000 was awarded to the student winners as seed capital for their businesses. Standing (left to right): Ricardo Haynes & Alfred Pacheco, Craig Fetch, 2nd Place Collegiate; Lynn Hartell, Remedy Fitness, Honorable Mention Collegiate; Tomas Paulo, Fertile Grounds, 1st Place Collegiate. Seated: Anna Rowland, The Vintage Parlor, 3rd Place Collegiate Winner; William Bermant, SECURE, Honorable Mention High School; Jesus Terrazas, Design-N-Cut, 1st Place High School. Not shown: Izack Romero, iGot-it Repairs, 2nd Place High School and Kevin Yepez, Computer City, 3rd Place High School.

Eco-Entrepreneur Program Continuing to its legacy as a cutting edge educational institution, Santa Barbara City College is currently planning the addition of an Eco-Entrepreneur Program, which is the brainchild of Dr. Adam Green, the Director of SBCC’s Center for Sustainability. The first-of-its-kind program will provide SBCC students with the scientific and entrepreneurial training to create products for the new economy; develop new businesses; join environmentally and socially responsible businesses; or transform profit or non-profit corporations with an ecological and multidisciplinary perspective. The program will combine existing courses in entrepreneurship – currently provided by the Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation – with new modular classes that combine the sciences and sustainability. New courses that will be launched as part of the program will be Global Warming, Water and Energy, Pollution and Toxicology, Life Cycle Analysis, Evolution of Biodiversity, and Basics of Environmental Regulation. The goal of the program is to go beyond the scope of training SBCC students for existing “green jobs” and instead train students to innovate, recognize, and create new opportunities in business that protect our ecosystem function, prioritize the well-being of their workforce, and create a profit. The program is aimed at both traditional undergraduate students as well as existing business owners that want to modify their business practices through a flexible class schedule, which will include predominantly online courses. For more information on the Eco-Entrepreneur Program, contact Dr. Adam Green at green@sbcc.edu or (805) 965-0581 ext. 2394.

THE LURIA FAMILY AND SBCC

The Luria Library: Explore. Learn. Grow. The Luria Library offers a dynamic, innovative, and exciting place for students to learn. The library responds to the needs and learning styles of today’s student, helping them achieve their learning outcomes, enrich their lives, establish careers, and see the value of libraries in relationship to their learning. The library’s tag line is: Explore. Learn. Grow. The Luria Library is a dynamic, vital hub of the campus. On average more than 4,000 students visit the library per day. Thanks to donor support, the library and its services are available well beyond the regular hours of building operation - vastly increasing the accessibility to library resources. When creating a library environment that is welcoming, outreach and activities are essential. The library regularly hosts events which draw students to hear poets, playwrights, faculty members, and student panelists. Special events include the Edible Book Festival and Day of the Dead exhibition.

OUR MISSION

To support SBCC students and programs through sustained philanthropy. OUR VISION

Changing lives through education.

The Luria Family and SBCC Few names are as synonymous with generosity towards Santa Barbara City College as “Luria.” The contributions of the Luria family to SBCC - which span over five decades - have been consistent and widespread. Almost every area on campus has benefited from the family’s generosity. The late family patriarch, Eli Luria, is the namesake for the campus’ Library and Learning Resource Center, which his wife Lee and daughter Kandy Luria-Budgor continue to support by donating funds so that the library can remain open on the weekends and to underwrite the Luria Library Resident Program. Also, as fervent supporters of the SBCC scholarship program, the Lurias have created a handful of scholarships and also fund the President’s Scholarship, the most significant scholarship awarded to an SBCC student annually. They have also been Running Start Angels, allowing students that may not attend college otherwise to come to campus and receive extra support as they begin their higher education journey. The creation of the school’s two continuing education centers—the Schott and Wake centers—was aided by the Lurias, and the Glass Arts Studio at the Wake Center bears Lee’s name. SBCC has benefited in many other ways from the Lurias’ love for art and their keen artistic visions. Four sculptures on campus - the most notable being The Mentors Fountain, which is a jewel of the West Campus landscape - were donated by the family. Additionally, Eli designed three of the campus’ entrances as well as a sculpture garden on East Campus. The Lurias provided the lead gift for the Luria Conference and Press Center at La Playa Stadium, which has become a hub of campus activities such as meetings, conferences, fundraising activities, and classes, in addition to its game-day functions during football season. The beautiful gated entrance of La Playa Stadium was also erected thanks to the Lurias. The Lurias’ generosity extends well beyond their checkbooks as they have contributed countless hours to SBCC. Eli served on the Board of Trustees, including two terms as the Board President. He helped create the SBCC Foundation and also served on the Education Advisory Council. Lee, a SBCC alum, has served on the Board of Directors for the Alumni Association and the Adult Education Board. Continuing her parents’ legacy of giving to SBCC, Kandy currently serves as a member of the SBCC Foundation board.

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PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

The President’s Council is the cornerstone of philanthropic support for the SBCC Foundation. Members of the President’s Council provide the annual resources that enable the Foundation to support academic and vocational programs, student services, scholarships and a wide variety of other College priorities.

President’s Council Spotlight: Liz Auchincloss If one were to search this beautiful campus by the coast, they would be hard pressed to find someone who epitomizes loyalty to SBCC more than Liz Auchincloss. Liz - who serves as a Technology Services Specialist III on campus - has completed the trifecta of SBCC involvement, having filled the role of student, teacher, and dedicated staff member. Additionally, she can boast an 11year membership in the SBCC Foundation’s President’s Council as another avenue through which she shows her dedication to the College. This October will mark her 24th anniversary as an employee at SBCC and, after nearly a quarter of a century on campus, she continues to hold great affection for the College. “I like the fact that this college helps any student; it gives people another chance,” Liz said. “Here the teachers are really interested in teaching the students. They are student-focused, as opposed to being driven to do research, and that really helps our students.” As for why she chooses to give back to SBCC through the President’s Council - in addition to the hard work she puts in day-in and day-out for the College - Liz attributes her generosity to seeing others close to her reap benefits from their attendance at SBCC. “I have had a lot of siblings that have come here and I’ve found a home here,” Liz said. “I think the Foundation does good work and it’s important to me that the Foundation runs.”

DID YOU KNOW?

Over 60 percent of community college students are people of diverse ethnic backgrounds and more than 55 percent are female.

DID YOU KNOW?

Community colleges enroll the state’s lowest-income students. Full-time students have an annual median income of $16,223, with one-fourth having incomes of less than $5,544 per year.

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To join the President’s Council – with gifts beginning at $1,000 or to renew your membership, contact Lisa Skvarla at (805) 730-4412 or skvarla@sbccfoundation.org.

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

SBCC Foundation Alumni Board of Directors PRESIDENT Robyn Parker VICE PRESIDENT Dylan Conroy TREASURER

Ignacio Alarcon Ryan Byrne Gail Kvistad Silvio Di Loreto Meighann A. Helene Peter Neuhaus Jason Womack

Dr. Christoph Warnke SECRETARY Des O’Neill, J.D.

Meet Robyn Parker Robyn Parker’s original college plan fell by the wayside when she stepped into her USC dorm room on move-in day. The freshman realized that she was not ready to leave Santa Barbara and informed her parents immediately of her change of plans – “I’m going to City College.” The decision proved to be the right one for Robyn, who benefited from fantastic academic counseling and personal interactions with her professors at SBCC, before transferring two years later to UC Santa Barbara, where she earned her degree in Business Economics. The former General Hospital actress now works in philanthropy, serving as the Program Associate at the Hutton Parker Foundation and additionally as the SBCC Alumni Association President. We sat down with Robyn to discuss her love for SBCC and why she has chosen to give back. What did you enjoy most about your experience at SBCC? Besides the incredible view overlooking the Santa Barbara Harbor? I’d have to say it was the teachers. After attending a private high school, I still craved that one-on-one attention from my instructors. At SBCC, the classes are still small enough that the education can be personalized to the student’s needs.

Jarrott Marks 30 Years with SBCC

What drew you to become involved with the SBCC Foundation? Many people don’t realize that it’s the Foundation that supports many of the College’s essential programs; the best way for me to give back was to get involved. I’m thrilled to be the President of the Alumni Association and to be in the position to give back to the school that I hold so close to my heart.

Len Jarrott recently celebrated his 30th anniversary as a member of the SBCC Foundation Board. Jarrott, who owns a real estate brokerage firm, has taught a number of business and real estateoriented courses at SBCC over the years and has lived through a number of budget cycles for the public education system.

What are your goals for the Alumni Association? I want to make the Alumni Association an exciting way to be involved with the College and an avenue to give back to an institution that has helped me and so many others to attain their goals. Whether it’s volunteering, mentoring, educating, or just getting back on campus – our goal is to reunite Vaqueros. We have some exciting opportunities for networking and career development such as our unique “Meet Your Career Match” play on speed dating and are hosting an Alumni Association Football get together. Trust me; it’s going to be a fun year for SBCC alums!

Through good times and bad, Jarrott, who joined the SBCC Foundation Board in 1982, continues to be dedicated to supporting and advancing the cause of higher education in the region. “One can affect the greatest amount of people through education,” Jarrott said.

Why do you think people should join the Alumni Association? The better question is “why not?” If you love SBCC and appreciate everything that it has done for your education and beyond, there is no better way to give back and stay connected to what’s happening on campus than to become a member.

Join the Alumni Association for free by visiting sbccalumni.org or contact skvarla@sbccfoundation.org.

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HONORING HAL THORNTON

The Long and Winding Road Harold (Hal) Thornton (1916-2012)

Scroll Society: Your Legacy…Their Future

This year the Foundation and Santa Barbara community lost a dear friend, Hal Thornton.

The Scroll Society honors college friends who have made provisions through their estate plans to support Santa Barbara City College.

As an SBCC supporter, Hal’s accomplishments were legendary: founding member of the SBCC Foundation and Board member from 1978-2012; 1973 Bond Committee member (leading to the purchase of West Campus); and Continuing Education donor and advocate (as Thornton Auditorium at the Wake Center is testament). Hal was a tireless champion of SBCC. Hal played a decent game of bridge, delighted in friends and family, and loved his wife of 71 years, Jeanne. We miss his gentle wit, insightful reflection, and golden counsel.

Message from SBCC Foundation The philanthropic support provided by our generous donor community significantly impacted the lives of thousands of SBCC students this past year. Because of you, 900 students received the tuition assistance they needed to stay in school and purchase text books. Because of you, the library remained open on the weekends and evenings, with an average of 4,000 students benefiting daily from this improved access. Hundreds more, who never envisioned that college was in their path, graduated this year thanks to the academic counseling, tutoring, and guidance made available through your critical support. SBCC Foundation funds programs and scholarships directly benefiting students at Santa Barbara City College. Formed by a group of community leaders, the Foundation is committed to making higher education attainable for all in the Santa Barbara community.

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We thank them for their generosity and foresight. With their help, SBCC will remain strong and future students are assured of opportunity and access to higher education. Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Adams Mrs. Ruthe E. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur U. Ayres Dr. and Mrs. Robert Baum Mr. and Mrs. Yoav Ben-Horin Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Berti Dr. Eric Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Wymond W. Bradbury Les and Zora Charles Ms. Martha Churchyard Ms. Tara S. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. Nevill M. Cramer Ms. Penny Darcy Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dependahl, Jr. Mr. Silvio D. Di Loreto and Ms. Mary MacDonald* Mr. Dean W. Dorn Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dunn Mrs. Anne Eberle Mr. John C. Eggler Ms. Mercedes Eichholz Ms. Lynda Fairly Ms. Léni F. Fé Bland Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Forster Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Frank Ms. Barbara Graper Mrs. Ursula P. Greditzer Ms. Josette Guerne Mr. and Mrs. Norman N. Habermann Reverend Bets Wienecke and Dr. Peter O. Haslund Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Hein Dr. Ursula E. Henderson Ms. Barbara Hoffacker Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Jaffe Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Jamner Mr. and Mrs. Morrie M. Jurkowitz Dr. Joanne Moran and Mr. Mitchell E. Kauffman

Ms. Lynn Klinkenberg Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Kreisel Ms. Patricia Lacks and Mr. Paul C. Gawronik Ms. Claudia Lapin Ms. Patricia A. Lippa Ms. Joan M. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lorber Mrs. Leatrice Luria Mr. Bernard MacElhenny Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Marschak, Jr. Mr. Keith Mautino Mr. Bruno Mautino Ms. Rosemary G. Maxfield Ms. Kathleen McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Mitchell Ms. Patricia Montemayor Mr. Eldred G. Mugford Ms. Jeanne Northsinger Debby and Ken Pash Mr. Guy H. Peterson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prober Mr. and Mrs. Tony Purpero Mrs. Marian Rapp Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree Dr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Robins Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rocco Dr. William D. Santoro Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schall Ms. Shelley Shoemaker Ms. Katherine W. Smith Ms. Patricia O. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Ronald St. John Mr. and Mrs. William Steinkellner Ms. Mary M. Stuntz Susan G. Thomason, MFT Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thornton Mr. Barry Upson and Ms. Louise Shafer-Upson Mr.* and Mrs. Lewis J. Vellis Mr. John R. Zegler

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SBCC FOUNDATION HONOR ROLL

Gifts and Pledges July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013 This list, known as the Honor Roll, recognizes those generous members of the Santa Barbara community and beyond—individuals, corporations and private foundations—whose gifts this past year have contributed to making SBCC one of the most successful and renowned community colleges in California and the nation. These gifts will benefit students and our community for generations to come.

$250,000 and Above The Aspen Institute Cottage Health System Orfalea Foundation Estate of Margaret Roberts Arthur N. Rupe Foundation

$100,000 to $249,999 The Coeta and Donald R. Barker Foundation Helen S. Converse Daphne Cooper Living Trust Rachel Hartman Charitable Remainder Trust Highland Santa Barbara Foundation Inc Krause Family Trust Luria Foundation Winslow Maxwell Charitable Trust Simms/Mann Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simon Union Bank

$50,000 to $99,999 Cox Communications Dr. David W. Doner, Jr. Estate of Dirkje Halk Hutton Parker Foundation Dr. Kate Meehan and Mr. Jack Benadon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rocco Santa Barbara Foundation

$25,000 to $49,999 Dr. and Mrs. John W. Burk Foundation for California Community Colleges Mr. and Mrs. Michael Giles The Kirby-Jones Foundation Mericos Foundation Mrs. Mary Orr Ridley-Tree Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schall Thatcher Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Vincent Volentine Family Foundation Williams-Corbett Foundation Wood-Claeyssens Foundation

$10,000 to $24,999 Adams Legacy Foundation, Inc. Apgar Foundation Anonymous Anonymous Ms. Virginia H. Baker Bank of America Foundation Birdwell Family Trust Brown Family Foundation Business First Bank Compass Energy Solutions LP Mrs. Patricia A. Corn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehrmann Fund for Santa Barbara Mrs. Marilyn Gevirtz Girsh-Hochman Families William and Charlene Glikbarg Foundation Italian Cultural Heritage Foundation of Santa Barbara Ann Jackson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Janssen Mrs. Marvel Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Kreisel Ms. Claudia Lapin Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Lewis Mrs. Lillian Lovelace Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Mozilo The Raintree Foundation SAGE Mrs. Elna Scheinfeld Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Scher St. Francis Foundation of Santa Barbara Staley Family Foundation Ms. Judith Staplemann Teach A Man To Fish Foundation The Walter J. and Holly O. Thomson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Tomchin Towbes Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael Towbes Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation Dr. and Mrs. H. Wallace Vandever Venoco, Inc. Wallis Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation The Wharton Foundation WWW Foundation Yardi Systems

$5,000 to $9,999 Mrs. JoAnne Ando B & B Foundation Ms. Joan Rock Bailard Edward and Gladys Baker Foundation The Bank of Santa Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bellowe David Bradford Dr. Peter L. Brill Drs. Sue and J.W. Colin Adelle Davis Foundation Earl Warren Showgrounds

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Fishman Mr.* and Mrs. Stanley Flaster Mrs. Eleanor Freese Godric Foundation Estate of Lucille Goldsen Griffith & Thornburgh LLP Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Hamister Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hazard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hollman Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Morrie M. Jurkowitz La Cumbre Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Levine Ms. Sarah Jane Lind Lopker Family Foundation lynda.com Dr. and Mrs. Stuart B. Orenstein Debby and Ken Pash Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Roney Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schipper Southern California Edison Co. Spirit of Entrepreneurship Foundation Ms. Mary Josephine Swalley Mr. John J. Vincent Mr. Scott Vincent Ms. Corlette R. Walker Wrather Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George S. Writer, Jr.

$1,000 to $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Adams Mr. Ignacio Alarcon American Riviera Bank Amgen Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Anderson Ms. Marylyn Andrews Amgen Foundation Matching Gifts and Staff Volunteer Programs Anonymous Architects West Dr. Ofelia R. Arellano Mr. Demitri Argyropoulos Mr. & Mrs. Earl Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Tony Arroyo Ms. Elizabeth Auchincloss Ms. Virginia H. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Barbakow Mr. and Mrs. Yoav Ben-Horin Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bergquist Mr. Charles Berhalter Ms. Marlyn Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Blomgren Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey L. Bloomingdale Ms. Catherine M. Boeddeker bouchon Ms. Susan Bower Mr. Wendel M. Bruss Henry W. Bull Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Reid G. Cederlof Mr. and Mrs. James M. Celmayster Centaurus Financial, Inc. Mrs. Margaret Chapman Ms. Virginia V. Chennell

Chevron Texaco Matching Gift Program Citrix Online Coast Geological Society Mr. Jeff Colin Columbine Foundation Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Cooney Mr. Frederick Corey* Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corwin Craddock Engineering, Inc Ms. Marsha Croninger Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cushman Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daily Ms. Alison Daniels and Mr. Tim T. Whitcomb Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dealy Deckers Outdoor Corporation The Corwin D. Denny Foundation Ms. Jeanne Dentzel Mr. Carmen DiPoalo Ms. Diane L. Dodds Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Donohoe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Chad Dreier Ms. Jeana L. Dressel Mrs. Jane S. Dyruff Mr. and Mrs. David S. Dwelley Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Emmons Mr. and Mrs. Donelley Erdman Dr. and Mrs. Robert Failing, M.D. Ms. Lynda Fairly Ms. Léni F. Fé Bland First American Title Insurance Company Mr. Miguel Flores Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Forster Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Freedman Mrs. Charlotte French Drs. Marci and Jack Friedlander Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Fulton Dr. and Mrs. John W. Gainor Mr. and Mrs. John J. Garand Lori L. Gaskin, Ph.D. GE Foundation

Ms. Anne C. Ready and Mr. David L. Gersh Ms. Susan J. Rose and Mr. Allan Ghitterman Ms. Aviva Goldfarb Mr. and Mrs. David A. Goss III Ms. Vanessa R. Graham Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Gray Ms. Christine A. Green Mr. and Mrs. Norman N. Habermann Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Haight Mrs. Kathleen Halloran Ms. Perri Harcourt Reverend Bets Wienecke and Dr. Peter O. Haslund Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Hatch Mr. Robert Hecht Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Henson Heritage Oaks Bank Ms. Gretchen A. Hewlett Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. John N. Hunter Mrs. Jacqueline J. Inskeep Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Jackson Ms. Lola Jacobson Mr. David Jacoby Mr. Leonard S. Jarrott Mr. M. Duane Jones and Ms. Tessa Wright Mr. Daniel R. Katz and Ms. Maggie Lear Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Katz Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kaye Mr. and Mrs. James J. Keenan Mrs. Madge L. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Kendall Ms. Elizabeth Kilb Dr. Paula Kislak Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kvistad La Centra-Sumerlin Foundation La Patera School Student Fund The Ladeno Group

Our heartfelt gratitude to Neil Kreisel for his outstanding leadership and guidance.

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Mr. Arthur R. Lash Lenhoff & Lenhoff Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Lew Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Lindros Ms. Catherine Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lukas Ms. Kandy Luria-Budgor Ms. Sheba Lux Lyons Family Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Peter R. MacDougall Ms. Carole MacElhenny Mr. & Mrs. Thad MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Manger Marathon Oil Corporation Matching Gift Program Maripro Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Marschak, Jr. Ms. Marie Martinelli Montecito Bank & Trust Mr. Gene G. Montesano Mr. James J. Moran III Mrs. Natalie Myerson Mrs. Brenda Nancarrow Nasif, Hicks & Company Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Nissenson Ms. Lessie Sinclair Nixon and Mr. Gordon Schontzler Orcutt Mineral Society, Inc. Pacifica Suites 335 Ms. Allison Paddock Panera Ms. Vanessa L. Patterson and Mr. Jim Bechtel Peebles Sheen Charitable Foundation Mr. Godwin Pelissero Ms. Jillian Pe単a Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Ragan RBC Capital Markets Corporation Renaissance Insurance Agency, Inc. Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree Dr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Robins Mr. Peter T. Rojas Mr. and Mrs. John Romo Rotary Club of Montecito Rotary Club of Montecito Foundation Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North Charitable Foundation Ms. Ursula Ruland Mr. and Mrs. David C. Salter Santa Barbara Association of Health Care Providers Santa Barbara Beautiful, Inc. Santa Barbara City College Associated Students Senate Santa Barbara Culinary Arts Santa Barbara Woodie Club The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Santa Ynez Valley Hotel Association

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Mr. and Mrs. Ken Saxon Mrs. Nancy Schlosser Mr. Richard M. Scholl Suzi and Joe Schomer Rudi Schulte Family Foundation Sempra Energy Utility Mr. Lincoln Shlensky Mrs. Evely Shlensky Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Silverberg Ms. Dulcie Sinn Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Skjonsby Mr. and Mrs. Ed Snider Mr. and Mrs. David W. Spainhour Ms. Anne L. Sprecher Ms. Margaret Staton Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stein Ms. Barbara E. Tellefson Turpin Family Charitable Foundation Mrs. Susan F. Vincent Vos Family Foundation Mr. C. Dana White Mrs. Alice L. Willfong Emma Magnus Williams Trust Ms. Ann G. Willson Wine Cask Mr. and Mrs. R. Alastair Winn Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Wyatt Ms. Chien-ei Yu

Gifts Up To $999 Mrs. Lois Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Abbott Mr. Ray Abramian Ms. Sylvia Abualy Mr. Scott Acken Mr. Jose Adame Ms. Jane Brody and Mr. W. Royce Adams Ms. Nancy Caponi and Mr. Robert Adams Mr. and Mrs. Joel Adelman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Adler Ms. Lillian Agliano Ms. Machi Aguerre Mr. Michael Aguerre Ms. Kelly Aguerre Ms. Lydia Aguirre-Fuentes Ms. Barbara C. Ahlman Mr. and Mrs. Dana Alexander Dr. Kathryn Alexander Ms. Susi Alexander and Mr. Jose Jacinto Mr. David Allen Ms. Lolagerine Allen Dr. Anthony A. Allina Ms. Denise Alpine Ms. Cornelia Alsheimer-Bartel Mr. and Mrs. Ted Amber Ms. Madaline Amsden Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Anderson

Ms. Hana D. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Anderson Mrs. JoAnne Ando Ms. Marylyn Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Andrino Ms. Christina Andersen Mr. Richard P. Appelbaum Mr. Gregory Archbald Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Archer Ms. Gloria Arenson MFCC Ms. Christina Arlington Mrs. Diane Armstrong Mrs. Ingrid Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. James E. Arnesen Mr. Charles C. Arnold Arosha, Inc Ms. Anne R. Ashmore Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ashworth Mr. John P. Aspra Ms. Lila Atkisson Atlas Appraisal, Inc. Ms. Sharad Atre Ms. Belita Ong and Mr. J. Gordon Auchincloss Ms. Elizabeth Austin Mrs. Gloria Autry Mr. Barry Axelrod Mr. and Mrs. Richard Axilrod Ms. Eileen Aylesworth Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ayling Mr. Alex Ayres Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Ayres Ms. Joyce Azevedo Ms. Harriette B. Azlein Ms. Eda Bachrach and Mr. John R. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Randall Badat Mr. Rod Baer Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Bagish Ms. Christina Baglas Ms. Carmen Bailey Mr. and Mrs. James R. Baker Ms. Virginia H. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Steve R Balash Mr. Mahlon E. Balderston, Jr. Ms. Sandi Balestier Ms. Mary Ballard Ms. Iris E. Bannon Mr. Dimitriy Barabanschikov Ms. Sabrina Barajas Mrs. Edith Baranoff Mr. Greg Baranoff Mr. Curtis Bard Ms. Fern Barishman Ms. Karey Barnett Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Barone Mrs. Bettina T. Barrett Mr. Edward Barrier Ms. and Mr. Anita Barry Mrs. Katherine S. Bart Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Barthelmess, Jr. Ms. Ann Bartlett Ms. Jan Bartlett Bartlett & Herrington, P.C. Ms. Diane Baskin Mr. Christopher Bates Ms. Lynn Battisti Ms. Sydney Baumgartner Mr. James Baxter Margaret E. Bazzi Ms. Ruth Beach Ms. Elaine Beale Mr. Benjamin Bearman Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beck Ms. Maryann Beck Mr. and Mrs. Darrell W. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Becker Mr. Jerome M. Becker Ms. Abby Beillen Dr. Christel J. Bejenke and Dr. George Wittenstein Ms. Barbara A. Bell Ms. Jo Ann M. Bell Mr. Kevin Beller Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Bellisario Ms. Lisa Belluzzi

Mr. and Mrs. N. Dennis Berg Mr. and Mrs. George E. Berg Mr. Steven F. Berg Ms. Monica Berger Ms. Arlene Bergman Mr. Charles Berhalter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Bermant Mrs. Barbara Bermudes Ms. Ruthie Bernal Ms. Holly Bernath Mr. and Mrs. Keith C. Berry Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beuret Ms. Birgitta Bexelius Mrs. Gwat Bhattacharjie Ms. Marci Biagi Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bianchi Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bieber Ms. Sherryl Bird Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W Bird Ms. Cheryl Birkelo Dr. Paul Bishop Black Gold Cooperative Library System Mr. and Mrs. James R Blakley Ms. Celia Blanchet and Mr. Peter Chua Ms. Elisa J. Jorquez and Mr. Karl R. Blasius Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bloom Marty Blum Blum & Sons Electric, Inc Dr. Eric Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Bolton Ms. Linda Bonomo Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bonsignore Ms. Deborah K. Boswell Mr. and Mrs. David P. Bothman Mr. E. Michel Boudreaux Ms. Valerie Boulter Mr. James Bounhomsavanh Mr. David N. Bouton Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Bower Ms. Katherine H. Bower Ms. Suzan Bower Ms. Elizabeth Bowman Ms. Karen Bowman Ms. Sarah Boyajian Mr. and Mrs. Lance Boyd Ms. Anita M. Bradford Mr. David Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Arida Brand Mr. John P. Breden Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J Brennan Ms. Robin L. Riblet and Mr. John R. Brennand Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brenner Ms. Jane Brickner Mr. Ethan Brier Ms. Sherie E. Brinley Higgins Mr. and Mrs. John Broberg Ms. Ginger Brody Ms. Jana Brody Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Bronfen Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Brooks Ms. Veronica Brooks Mrs. Patricia P. Broome Mrs. Clara M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Brown Mr. Edwin Brown Mr. Guy Brown Ms. Margaret H. Brown Ms. Jeanine Brown Ms. Kathy Brown Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Thayer Browne Ms. Leslie Brtek Ms. Lisa E. Brummel Mr. and Mrs. Christian Brun Ms. Sharr Bryan-Herman Ms. Hope S. Bryant Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bryant BSN Sports Ms. Dorothy Buchanan Mr. Richard Buchen Mr. John Buchholz Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Buckelew Mr. Daniel Budreau

Mrs. Marion Buegler Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Buegler Buena Tile + Stone Mr. Ruel L. Buenaventura Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Burbank Mr. and Mrs. James J. Burge Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burgess Mr. Stan Bursten Ms. Judy Burtsfield Ms. Margie Bushman Ms. Priscilla Butler Ms. Lori Buxton Mr. and Mrs. Nigel D. Buxton Mr. and Mrs. James Bybokas Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Cabanatuan Ms. Margaret L. Cafarelli Mr. Tom Cage Ms. Alexandra Cala Mr. and Mrs. John A. Calder Mr. John P. Aspra Mr. and Mrs. Richard Caleel Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Campbell Ms. Mary J. Campbell Ms. Shandra Campbell Ms. Valerie Campos Mrs. Patricia Canning Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cantor Mr. David Caplan Congresswoman Lois G. Capps Mr. and Mrs. Lance Caras Ms. Catherine E. Carbon Mrs. Helga Carden Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carey Mr. Steve Carl Ms. Shirley Carosella Ms. Lenai Carraway Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Carrillo Dr. Gary L. Carroll Mrs. Doris Carter Craviotto Chiropractic Corporation Casa Santa Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Craig Case Mr. and Mrs. Chris Casebeer Mr. Paul Cashman Dr. and Mrs. Robert Casier Ms. Lorraine Cass George V. and Rena Castagnola Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ric Castile Ms. Paula Castillo Mr. and Mrs. Salomon Castro Ms. Stacy L. Cavin Mr. John Celmins Mr. John A. Chackel Ms. Marianne Mithun and Mr. Wallace Chafe Chaffey Community College District Mr. and Mrs. Hector Chaidez Ms. Joan M. Champeny Ms. Stephenie Chandler Mr. and Mrs. William D. Chapin Ms. Elizabeth Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chase Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chase Ms. Virginia Chase Ms. Dolores Cheek Ms. Vicki M. Cherner Harry Chernin Foundation Ms. Truda Chick Ms. Shirley Ching Ms. Shawna Cho Mr. Jeffrey Choo Ms. Tamara Christopherson Ms. Joan C. Churchill Mr. John Ciccariello Ms. Tracy Ciccariello City of Santa Barbara Ms. Carolyn W. Clancy Ms. Carnzu Clark Mr. Keith Clark Ms. Mary Clark Ms. Patricia Clark Ms. Rhoda Clarke Ms. Stacy Clarke Ms. Susan Clarke

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Mr. Thomas Patton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Patton Ms. Linda S. Paulos Ms. Donna L. Payne Ms. Stephanie Payne Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Pazich Mr. Paul Pearson Mr. Spencer Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pedersen Mr. and Mrs. Jon Pedotti Ms. Lorna Penman Ms. Peggy Penn Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Penner Mr. and Mrs. Steven Penniman Mr. and Mrs. David Peri Mr. Otis Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Perocco Mr. Justin Perocco Mr. and Mrs. Mace D. Perona Ms. Muriel A. Perry Mr. David L. Peters Ms. Janet Peters Mr. Guy H. Peterson, Jr. Ms. Michele M. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Peyrat Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Llad Phillips Ms. Doris Phinney and Mr. Owen Patmor Ms. Lisa Piltz Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pimentel Mrs. and Mr. Nola M. Pincus Pinkberry Ms. Christine Pinkerton Mr. William Pinner Mr. Fritz Pinney Ms. Kim Pipkin Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Pitarre Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pittman Ms. Judith A. Pochini Mr. Robert Poeschel Mr. Donald E. Polk Mr. William A. Pollock Mr. Ignacio Ponce Ms. Lisa Porter Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Porter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potter Ms. Jennifer Powell Ms. Susan Powell Mrs. Heloise B. Power Mr. and Mrs. Gale Poyorena Ms. Crystal Presence Mr. Robert A. Price Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Priester Mr. David Proffer Mr. and Mrs. William Prothero, Jr. Ms. Teresa Pultz Ms. Emilie Pussich Mr. Gilbert Putnam Ms. Gloria Putnam Ms. Xinhui Qiu Qualcomm Foundation Matching Grant Program Mr. Andrew Quine Mr. Maria T. Quintero and Ms. Martin Penny Radius Investments, LLC Mr. Harrison L. Rainey III Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Raisch Ms. Alexis C. Ramirez Ms. Antwanette Ramirez Mr. Djamel Ramoul Mr. Paul Ramsey Ms. Martti Rantanen Ms. Michele P. Rasch Mr. Eric Raschka Ms. Katherine M. Raschka and Mr. Leif Ourston Ms. Linda Rash Ms. Simin Rastan Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rathbun Ms. Mary K. Rayburn Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rech Mr. and Mrs. Marc Recordon Ms. Nancy Reed Mr. Steven Reed Mr. Tom Reed

Ms. Barbara J. Regis Mrs. Jean Reiche Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renehan Ms. Tanya Renner Ms. Adelaida Renteria Mr. Demetrius Restivo Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reuter Mr. Ross Reverdy Ms. Aylene M. Rhiger Mrs. Margie L. Rhinestein Rich Graphics Ms. Christiane L. Richards Mr. and Mrs. John B. Richards Ms. Mary Richards Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rick Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ridding Ms. Penny Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ridgeway Ms. Jane Rieffel Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Riesenfeld Ms. Iris Rigoli Ms. Dahlia Riley Mr. and Mrs. R. Dennis Ringer Ms. Rebecca Riskin and Mr. Ken Grand Mr. Ronald M. Riskin, LAC Mr. Robert Risser Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rivas Mr. James Rivera Ms. Susan Robeck Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Luke S. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. James B. Robertson Mr. John Robertson Mr. Paul E. Robillard Dr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Robins Mr. David Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson Ms. Kimiko Robinson Ms. Renee Robinson Ms. Kathleen H. Robledo Ms. Lorna Robles Mr. Robert Rockabrand Mr. Edward J. Rockett Mrs. Mercedes G. Rodgers Mrs. Martha J. Rodrigue Ms. Angie Rodriguez Ms. Heidi Rodriguez Ms. Karina Rodriguez Ms. Cheryl Rogers Ms. Marilou Rolfe Mr. Thomas Rollerson and Mr. Michael Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Roman Ben Romo and Geordie Armstrong Mr. Burt Romotsky Ms. Shirley Ronkowski Mr. Julian A. Roque Ms. Barbara E. Rose Ms. Catherine M. Rose Ms. Heather Rose Mr. and Mrs. Ian K. Ross Ms. Mary Rose and Mr. Frank Artusio

Ms. Andrea Roselinsky Mr. Elijah Roselinsky Ms. Michelle Rosenthal Mr. Mehry Roshan Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ross Ms. Joan Rothenberg Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rothman Ms. Lisa Rothstein and Mr. William Stout Ms. Gilian Roush Ms. Kathleen Rowley Ms. Virginia L. Rowley Ms. Paula S. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Rueppel Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Ruiz Ms. Bonnie Rupert Ms. Sandra Russell and Mr. James P. Foster Mrs. Susan Ryan Mr. Michael Sabes Mrs. Phyllis C. Sacks Mrs. Sally Saenger Mr. Michel Saint-Sulpice Mr. and Mrs. Steve M. Sakauye Mrs. Cynthia Salazar Mr. Jason Salcido Mr. Jarod Salinas-Dick Ms. Jennifer Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Sandow Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Sands Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sanger Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sanov Santa Barbara Airbus Santa Barbara County Education Office Santa Barbara Fire Department Santa Barbara Performing Arts League Mr. Scott Santella Mr. Bob Santini Dr. and Mrs. Brian Sarvis Ms. Carol Sauceda Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Brooke E. Sawyer, Jr. Mr. Reza Sayfie SBCC EOPS Club SBCC Student Health Mr. Jeff Scarano Ms. Pauline Scarano Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Scarano Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Scarano Dr. Alice Scharper and Mr. Christopher Park Mr. Pete Schenck Ms. Judith Scher Ms. Denise Schims Mr. and Mrs. John R. Schmidhauser Ms. Eleanor L. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Schneider Mr. Paul Schneider Mr. Keith Schomberg Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schuck

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Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Schueler Rudi and Berta Schulte Angels Charitable Trust Ms. Janet L. Schultz Ms. Melissa Schumacher Ms. Lenore Schupak Mr. Matthew Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schuster Mrs. Jean Schuyler Mr. Garry A. Schwan Ms. Robin Schwartz Mr. Larry Schwenke Dr. Mary P. Scopatz Mr. James Scorso Mrs. Eleanor L. Scott Ms. Joan T. Seaver Ms. Mary V. Sebastian Mr. and Mrs. Dale Seborg Dr. and Mrs. Dan B. Secord Mr. and Mrs. Harris W. Seed Mr. Joseph Segura Mr. John C. Seiler Ms. Gerda Sekban Mr. and Mrs. Michael Seligman Mr. Dongseong Seo Ms. Linda Sesma Mr. Daniel Seymour Ms. Sarah Shada Mr. Dan Shanahan Mr. Dennis Shanahan Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sharp, Jr. Ms. Mary Ann Shaver Mrs. Barbara Shaw Mr. and Ms. Hartson Shaw Ms. Rhonda Sheakley Mr. Mike Sheehan Ms. Jo-Ann Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shepherd Ms. Mary Sheridan Ms. Sally Sheridan Mr. Spencer Sherman Ms. Holly Sherwin Mr. Charles Shields Mrs. Susan Shields Ms. Aliza Shima Shine Blow Dry Bar, LLC Ms. Diane Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Tal E. Shoemake Mr. Bryant Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Shultz Ms. Hetty Shurtleff Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shute Ms. Starr Siegele and Mr. Larry J. Feinberg Ms. Diane J. Siegman Mr. Donald Silcox Ms. Larissa Silcox Ms. Samantha Silcox Ms. Michelle Silva Mrs. Barbara Silver Ms. Cynder Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sincoff

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Mr. Dan Singer Mr. Maurice Singer Ms. Jean K. Sinn Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skendarian Ms. Susan Skenderian Mr. Chad Skriloff Ms. Jeane Skriloff Ms. Lisa Skvarla Mr. Mark Skvarla Ms. Jennifer Slayman Mr. and Mrs. Harold W Slosburg Ms. Anita Smith Mrs. Carola Smith Ms. Cathie Smith Mr. Chris Smith Ms. Christine Smith Ms. Elizabeth J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Greg Smith Mr. James A. Smith Ms. Katherine W. Smith Ms. Libby Smith Ms. Marilyn Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith Ms. Lori Smoldt Mr. Brendan Smyth Dr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sokolove Ms. Sondra Solomon Ms. Sonya Soltani Mr. John A. Sonquist Ms. Karen L. Sophiea Mr. Robert A. Sorich Ms. Gerry Sottak South Orange County Community College District Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Spaventa Ms. LaVerne Spencer Ms. Fredda May Spirka Ms. Lynne G. Sprecher Ms. Shakeya St. Julien Garcia Ms. Ellen Staessen Ms. Sandra Stahl Ms. Karin Stalteri Mr. and Mrs. James S. Stanfield Ms. Hope Starchild Ms. Julie Stark Mrs. Ruth Stark Ms. Shannon M. Stark Mr. and Mrs. David M. Starkey Mr. and Mrs. Sherman M. Starr Mr. M. Greg Stathakis Mr. Mark Staton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steckel Ms. Mary Steele Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Steffens Mr. Nicholas D. Steil Dr. Jill Stein Ms. Ann M. Steinmetz Ms. Diana Smith Stern Katharine and Theodore Stern Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sternin Mr. Ben Stevens Ms. Kim L. Stevens

Ms. Carol G. Stewart Ms. Elizabeth Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart Stia Enterprises LLC Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stichler Mr. Michael Stinson Mr. John Stockton Ms. Ellen V. Stoddard Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Stone Ms. Trish Stone-Damen Mr. Gordon E. Stoppel Ms. Kathy Stout Ms. Rosina Strebig Ms. Sarah Struck Mr. and Mrs. C. Glenn Stuck Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stuermer Ms. Adrianne R. Sturman Ms. Whitni Suarez Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Suchman Ms. Anne-Marie Sullivan Mr. Chris Sullivan Ms. Diane P. Sullivan Ms. Marilyn Summerside Ms. Chiyoko Suzuki Ms. Clare Swan Mr. and Mrs. William Swartz Ms. Michele Swift Ms. Danielle Swiontek Ms. Alice N. Sykes and Mr. Joe Lanza Dr. and Mrs. George Taborsky Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tafoya Ms. Celia Tagari Ms. Tama Takahashi Mrs. Betsee Talavera Dr. and Mrs. James A. Tamborello Mr. John Tanner Ms. Selena Tate Mr. William E. Taverner Tax Tiger Franchising, LLC Ms. Ramona Tejeda Ms. Gail R. Tennen Ms. Patricia Tenney Mr. Isaac Termin Ms. Sally Terrell Mr. Dan Terry Ms. Danielle Terveen Mrs. Dale Tetalman Ms. Anne Tetrick Mr. and Mrs. Robert Teufel Mr. and Mrs. John Tevenan Mr. and Mrs. Anson B. Thacher Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Theobald Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Thielmann Mr. Richard T. Thielscher Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey M. Thielst Mrs. Betsy Thies Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thom Ms. Dawn Thomas Ms. Donna A. Thomas Mr. James S. Thomas Mr. Jeff Thomas Ms. Leslie Thomas Ms. Lucy B. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Thomas Mrs. Darleen M. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Thompson Mrs. Cassandra Thomsen Ms. Mary Ellen Tiffany Ms. Nancy Tillie Steven Timbrook, Ph.D. Ms. Suzanne Tinen Ms. Penelope Tinker Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Toccin Ms. Marisa Toccin Ms. Nancy Tolivar Mr. Marion Toms Ms. Carol Sawyer and Mr. Robert Torian Mr. and Mrs. Jay K. Torrey Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Toumayan Town & Country Women’s Club of Santa Barbara Mr. David Townes Mr. William H. Traber

Ms. Lila E. Trachtenberg and Mr. George S. Handler Mrs. Susann Trandem Tri-County Office Furniture Inc Tropicana Gardens Holdings, LLC Ms. Amy Trunnell Mr. Richard Tuck Mr. Sydney Tupper Ms. Cynthia Turner Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tuthill Mrs. Joanne R. Uhl Mr. Christopher Ulivo Peter A Umoff, J.D. Mr. Gary L. Unruh Mr. and Mrs. Milt Valera Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Valois Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Van Buren Jo Beth Van Gelderen, Ph.D. Ms. Susan Van Kanel Mr. Peter R. Van Keuren Drs. Minie and Hjalmar Pompe Van Meerdervoort Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Riper Ms. Paige Van Tuyl Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Vanduinwyk Mr. Lon Varscak Ms. Esther Velarde Ventura County Potters Guild Ms. Jennifer Verner Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Vernon Mr. Jim Vicars Mr. Michael Vierra Village Cheese and Wine Village Properties Realtors Mr. Eli Villanueva Ms. Ruby Villanueva Mr. Luis Villegas Ms. Deanne G. Violich and Mr. Thomas Violich Mr. Singh Viren Ms. Deanne Vochatzer Ms. Patricia J. Volner Mr. Jeffrey Vore Mr. John Wagner Ms. Rachel Wahba Ms. Caroline Wakefield Ms. Barb Wakelee Mr. Ronald Walden Mr. David Walker Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker Mr. and Mrs. Niles A Walker Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Walker Mr. D. Wallace Dr. Leonard Wallock Ms. Anne-Marie Walter Ms. Marian H. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Waniuk Ms. Virginia L. Wardwell Mr. Christoph Warnke Ms. Angela Warren Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Waters Mr. Joseph Waters Mr. Daniel C. Watkins Mr. Robert A. Watkins Watson Land Company Ms. Rebecca E. Wave Ms. Anne Weber Ms. Marilyn Y. Weber Mr. Robert Weber Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wechter Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weeks Ms. Patricia A. Weeks Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Weinberg Ms. Janelle Weiner Mr. Stanley Weinstein Mrs. Nancy Weirbach Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weirbach Ms. Judy L. Weirick Mr. Alan Weiss Ms. Elizabeth Weiss Ms. Nancy J. Weiss and Mr. Marc Chytilo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Weiss Ms. Laura Welby Mr. Robert B. Welby Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Wells Wells Fargo Foundation Education

Matching Gift Program Mr. Gary Welterlen Ms. Kathy Wertheim Mr. Cory West Mrs. Helen Whamond Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wheatley Mr. Joshua Wheeler Ms. Sara Whipple Ms. Susan Whisenand Ms. Linda D. Whiston Mr. and Mrs. Bernard White Ms. Candace White Mr. Daniel White Ms. Diane White Mr. Mike Whitehorn Ms. Nancy Whiteside Ms. Susan Wilder Ms. Elizabeth B. Gilbertson and Mr. John W. Wilhelm Mr. George W. Williams Mr. Jeff Williams Dr. Robert G. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Klaus D. Wills Ms. Carla Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wilson Ms. Mary Winburn Mrs. Joy Winer Ms. Ann Sanders and Mr. Gerry Winant Mr. Frederick C. Winter Ms. JoAnn Winter Ms. Lauren A. Wintermeyer Ms. Jean Wollenberg Mr. Joseph Wolonsky Women’s Health Services Ms. Julie A. Wood Ms. Sue Woodill Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Woodring Mr. James T. Wooster Ms. Diane M. Wootton Ms. Susan Worley Ms. Margaret W. Wright Ms. Marsha A. Wright Ms. Rosina Wright-Castro Mr. and Mrs. Geofrey Wyatt Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wynne Ms. Nancy Yarahuan Ms. Sallie E. Yates Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Yoon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Yoshida Ms. Gail Young Ms. Lucinda Young Ms. Marjorie Yusem Mr. Shakir Zaid Ms. Francesca Zak Mrs. Katharine B. Zappala Ms. Katherine Zeiss Ms. Marilyn Zellet Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ziemer Mr. Zachary Zilles Mr. Alek Zito Mr. Zohar Ziv Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zodtner Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zok Mr. and Mrs. Ted G. Zrelak The SBCC Foundation has made every effort to maintain accurate records of all contributors. If we have made any errors in recognizing our donors, please notify us at (805) 730-4401 so that we can correct our records. We apologize to any donor we inadvertently omitted.

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