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Eliada Homes for Children & Eliada Foundation Annua l Rep ort 20 06

Helping Children Succeed w w w . e l i a d a .o r g


TABLE OF CONTENTS About Eliada ........................................................................................................3

Message From Board Chair..............................................................................4

Message From Outgoing Board Chair............................................................5 Message From CEO/President.........................................................................6

Message From Chief of Operations................................................................8 Residential Care................................................................................................11

Foster Care & Therapeutic Foster Care.....................................................12

Child Development Center Services............................................................13

Day Treatment at Eliada Academy................................................................14 Community Support Services........................................................................15

Outpatient Services..........................................................................................15 Striving Towards Excellence Adolescent Afterschool Program............16

Therapeutic Animal Stewardship Cooperative..........................................17 National Youth Project Using Minibikes.....................................................17

Athletics News..................................................................................................17

Residential Interns Seeking Excellence.........................................................18

Eliada Homes, Inc. Financials..........................................................................20

Strategic Planning Update................................................................................22 Message From Foundation President...........................................................26 Eliada Foundation, Inc. Financials .................................................................28

Message From Director of Development...................................................30

Donor Listing...............................................................................................31-39

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Dr. Lucius B. Compton 1875 - 1948 Founder of Eliada


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YEARS AND COUNTING

Dr. Lucius B. Compton founded Eliada in 1903 with a deep spiritual conviction to reach out to an overlooked segment of society—unwed mothers. With little money, Dr. Compton rented a house in Asheville as a safe and short-term haven for these young women. He named this house Faith Cottage. Though he was eventually able to buy a permanent home for this purpose, he initially depended solely on faith to provide the monthly rent. As Eliada grew throughout the years, so did Dr. Compton’s reliance on providence and community support to sustain Faith Cottage and those who lived there. Many of the unwed mothers who sought refuge at Faith Cottage were unable to provide for the children they birthed. As the number of infants and toddlers living in the cottage swelled, Dr. Compton envisioned a permanent home with land for them. In 1906, with the purchase of a small cabin and a few acres of land, an orphanage was born. Dr. Compton named this special place Eliada, a biblical name for one of King David’s sons and a Hebrew word that translates as “one for whom God cares.” Over the years, additional acres were purchased or donated; schools, barns, and residential cottages were constructed; and what was once just a

visionary idea grew to become a home for thousands of children.

Much has changed over the last 104 years; residential childcare in America is dramatically different than it was in Dr. Compton’s day, and Eliada now offers a broad continuum of care to meet the needs of today’s children. Though residential services for abused, neglected or troubled children is still an important part of our work, we also provide family and therapeutic foster care, community support services, day treatment at Eliada Academy, clinical outpatient services, and child development services such as our daycare, More at 4 program, afterschool, and summer camp. These core elements are enhanced by support services like STEP, our free adolescent afterschool program; seven competitive athletic teams; and therapeutic equestrian and minibike programs.

Although Dr. Compton has long since passed, much of his original vision lives on in the changed lives of the children and families Eliada serves. We continue to pioneer innovative ways to meet community need, remaining committed to the fulfillment of our mission statement: Helping Children Succeed.


FROM THE BOARD CHAIRMAN

Growing up in Mississippi and later serving in the courts of New Orleans, I often met children who were living in hopeless circumstances. Their families lacked the community resources and support they needed to reach success; alone, they were unlikely to break generational cycles of poverty and desperation.

Now, I am fortunate to have been blessed with six healthy, happy and energetic children. I serve on the board of Eliada because I feel called to make a difference, and to be involved in an agency that can turn a child’s life around. At Eliada, we are able to give children in need what so many others around the country and the globe lack—a bright future. Stuart Weidie Board Chairman Eliada Homes, Inc.

I am pleased with the progress this agency has made over the last several years. Less than five years ago, Eliada was in dire straights; the financial viability of the agency itself was in question. Now, with five years of solid growth behind us, we are looking towards the future, building our endowment and proactively seeking ways to ensure that Eliada exists for another century.

As I take on the role of board chairman for this historic agency, my primary focus is two-fold– returning the agency to the founder’s philosophy of nurturing the spirits as well as the minds of the children we serve, and continuing to find strategies which sustain us amidst the changing storm of governmental funding.

In Eliada’s early days, founder Dr. Lucius Compton described his workers as those who would "stand on the principles of New Testament Christianity, in that they hold out helping hands to the unfortunate and to the homeless destitute children without distinction as to faith or creed.” We plan to honor this vision in many ways; for example, we are committed to finding funding to hire a chaplain within the next year. In this way and in so many others, we will continue to “hold out helping hands” to children in our care. By offering professional training and educational opportunities for personnel, building our community resources, and improving our internal communications and organizational framework, Eliada will continue to pioneer the great work begun by Dr. Compton over a century ago. -Stuart Weidie, Board Chairman of Eliada Homes, Inc.

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ELIADA HOMES, INC.

BOARD MEMBERS

Stuart Weidie Chairman Jean McGuire Vice-Chairman Gary C. Roberts Treasurer Richard A. Sills Secretary James Lesko Imm. Past Chair Elizabeth Biggers

Debora Burchfield Judy L. Carver

Karen Donatelli

Kenneth Etterman Martin Lewis

Co-Wefa Lyda

Steven Sizemore Electa Smith Joann Smith

Robert VanWagner James Weilbaecher


FROM THE IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRMAN

During my five years as a board member I have seen Eliada go from a struggling residential facility to the statewide leader in innovative treatment and educational services. This was not a change that happened overnight, but the accumulated efforts and commitment of over 200 staff, administrators and Board Members that make up the Eliada family.

Jim Lesko Past Board Chairman Eliada Homes, Inc.

In a world that is continuously changing, Eliada has a living legacy of providing compassionate care to the most needy children in our community and continues to help students who have endured adversity to build remarkable character and resiliency. Many of these students become the best, brightest and most determined young people in our community. Eliada’s mission of Helping Children Succeed is realized each day as staff members work with each individual student to unlock his or her potential, discovering the unique gifts and strengths that reside in each one of them.

As the outgoing Board Chairman, I am pleased with the direction and service that this institution brings to the children and families in our community. Through a highly effective residential school, day treatment, foster care, daycare, summer camp and after school programs, hundreds of children and their families have grown stronger over the last year through their shared experiences at Eliada. Creating the optimum learning environment in each of Eliada’s programs is the key to our success as an agency, and to the progress of the children we serve. My thanks to all the donors, foundations and businesses that have contributed so much to Eliada’s success; our accomplishments could not have happened without all the support and encouragement you provide. As a Board Member of both Eliada Homes and the Eliada Foundation, I thank each and every one of you for your continued support of the children and families of our region. -Jim Lesko, Immediate Past Board Chairman

Eliada’s mission of

Helping Children

Succeed is realized each day as staff members work

with each student to unlock his or her potential,

discovering the

unique gifts and strengths that

reside in each one of them.


FROM THE PRESIDENT/CEO

In 1903, Dr, Lucius Compton recognized and considered the serious societal problems posed by the plight of unwed mothers, orphaned children, the poorly educated and homeless. His commitment and compassion to the disenfranchised earned him the reputation as Shepard of the least, last and the lost. In meeting Dr. Compton, one would quickly understand the spiritual commitment he brought to his work with children. His firm belief that every human life has a profound purpose that is destined by God was the driving force in everything he did and envisioned.

Mark C. Upright President/CEO Attorney at Law

It was out of this commitment to children that Eliada Home became a reality over 100 years ago. The Eliada Home identity has always been and forever will be linked with the development and nurturing of children so they can reach their fullest potential. As the programs of treatment and education changed over the years, the basic tenants remained the same. Eliada strives to create a unique and positive environment where children can strengthen their emotional, educational, social and spiritual selves. Age old principals focus on the virtues of hard work, sacrifice, achievement, and compassion for others.

The focus on each and every child we serve, a tradition of employing the most highly skilled professionals, the search for the most creativity and innovative techniques available, and the commitment to creating the optimum learning environment is the bedrock upon which we have built our programs. Through this pledge to children, Eliada has become the premiere service provider for children in North Carolina. As with other visionary companies, our quest does not stop here. We are dedicated to becoming the nation’s best provider of child and family services. Eliada is a living example of what is possible when excellence comes together in the form of dedicated staff, innovative services, beautiful facilities, talented administration and a visionary Board of Trustees.

Last year, more children were served in our treatment and educational services than at any other time in Eliada’s history. Our Day Care and After School programs were both awarded Five Star commendations by the State of North Carolina, the highest recognition that can be awarded. We continue to make campus wide improvements in our facilities to enhance the experience of

Photos: Left; Eliada Thunderbolts run in the Biltmore 5K. Middle: An Eliada Academy teacher helps a young girl solve a math problem. Right: An Eliada child bailing hay.

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each student and staff member. Our financial performance continues to be strong based on a fine team of senior managers and support staff. All of these accomplishments were made possible by a carefully executed strategic planning process.

In this annual report, you will learn about the progress Eliada has made over the last year, the course the agency is charting for the future, and the status of our strategic planning process. You will read about each of our programs or services, hear from agency leadership, and learn about Eliada’s phenomenal fiscal growth over the last five years. Should you wish to learn more about Eliada, we invite you to visit our new website: www.eliada.org. One of the most significant achievements we have made over the last year, the new site gives web readers access to news, press releases, and program information. We also post our job openings, monthly Success Stories, archived newsletters, and much, much more. You can sign up to receive periodic emails regarding Eliada’s progress, and even donate online via our secure server. After you visit the website, please take a moment to let us know what you thought of it. Your comments are invaluable to us as we look to strengthen this important vehicle for communicating with the public.

As always, our children, staff, administration, Board members from Eliada Home and Eliada Foundation and I thank you for our interest in our organization and your commitment to our mission of “Helping Children Succeed.” -Mark C. Upright, President/CEO of Eliada Homes, Inc.

The Eliada Home

identity has always been and forever

will be linked with the development and nurturing of children so that

they can reach their fullest potential.


FROM THE CHIEF OF OPERATIONS

This year has been one of ongoing mental health reform. Like many care providers in North Carolina, Eliada experienced many challenges in adapting to the new community-based, consumer-driven system. Competition amongst local providers, a new utilization management system, and chaotic confusion at the local and state public agency levels represented a test of Eliada’s tenacity and ability to respond to rapid change. Constant audits and reviews of our services, mixed messages from the state regarding rules and service definitions, and inadequate rates for service provision made this year extremely challenging. Marie Jensen Chief Operations Officer

The confidence, determination, and dynamic growth Eliada has exhibited during this time is a true testament to the reason the agency has survived for over a century. During this and other difficult times, Eliada has a tradition of maintaining our focus on providing the highest quality of service possible. Our philosophy of going the extra mile and doing whatever it takes to get the job done ensured that even amidst a time of great change, Eliada continued to improve upon programs and services to children and families of Western North Carolina. We search for creative strategies to keep students and families focused on their goals, and have an absolute belief that our students can shape the blueprint of their lives with positive choices and influences. Staff members have a genuine concern for children and families struggling to cope with emotional, physical and daily living issues; they truly live our mission of “helping children succeed.”

As an agency, we have a focus on service quality and provision of value-added services that go beyond the minimal service requirements, exemplified by our expanding therapeutic animal, mini-bike, and athletics opportunities for our students. We strive to increase therapy resources for students and their families, and to build intensive partnerships with families of children in care. We seek out biological family members, confront family relationship issues, find creative strategies to help families deal with their child’s anger, and even arrange ceremonies to help a child grieve the loss of siblings or parents. Eliada administration leads proactively, anticipating and planning for upcoming changes and shifts in service delivery. We strive to offer

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“For my daughter’s

smiles, her humor, her gifts you’ve given

back to me; There

are no words – none

imaginable to me; To

thank you for Eliada’s trusted care; Your patience, your

strength to persevere. Against great odds

and circumstance,

you remain lovely and

sincere.”

-Poem from a very thankful parent

Photos: Left; Daycare children play on Eliada’s playground. Middle: A teacher counsels an Eliada Academy student outside the Greene building. Right: A teacher and student on Eliada’s campus.


flexibility in service delivery, and pride ourselves on a knowledge of state and local system reform, advocacy for quality services, and provision of data that clearly demonstrates needs and solutions.

These foundational principles carry us forward into another year of opportunities and growth. Overall program goals for 2006-07 include:

 Development of a comprehensive model of program evaluation including outcome measurements, longitudinal surveys, and ethnographic interviews.

 Expansion of our continuum of care to include a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) and adoption services.

 Feasibility studies on our existing community-based services to determine the optimal level of operation, and on other services to add to our continuum of care.  Formal and informal marketing efforts to a broad range of referral sources.

 Quality improvement of medical records; central intake; and support services.

The following pages describe the past year’s successes and the future year’s goals for each program in our continuum of care. Please read on to learn more about how we are working to fulfill our mission of Helping Children Succeed. -Marie Jensen, COO of Eliada Homes, Inc.

We search for

creative strategies to keep students

and families focused on their goals, and have an absolute belief that our

students can shape the blueprint of their lives with

positive choices and influences.


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RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Eliada Residential Treatment serves high risk students with a history of emotional and/or behavioral problems who are in need of residential care and treatment. Eliada offers both Level III (unlocked) and Level IV (locked/secured) treatment services. We are currently in the process of opening a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF). This level of care will include additional psychiatric, clinical and medical oversight. The addition of the PRTF will expand and enhance our current continuum of care so we may better serve children and families in need from across the state.

Each of our facilities utilize the Eliada Model; a comprehensive behavioral, educational and clinical intervention approach that is individualized to meet the needs of each student and/or

Photos: Left; Eliada’s 5K team on a January trip to run in the Disney marathon. Right; A view of Eliada’s residential cottages in the spring.

family served. Our Residential Programs work closely with our Day Treatment program, our local Public School System, our Clinical Services as well as our Enhanced Services such as TASC, NYPUM and our Athletic Department to provide an exceptionally well-rounded and dynamic approach to treatment services. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

In the past fiscal year our Residential Treatment staff accomplished the goal of reducing the use of restrictive intervention by 25%. We accomplished this by incorporating weekly training and formal debriefing of direct care staff, increasing the quality of supervision provided to Overnight Awake staff and Residential Interns, incorporating bi-yearly working retreats for frontline and supervisory staff and formally implementing a

progressive and proactive treatment/skills based approach to student services. The guardian of a recent graduate of our Level IV and Level III programs summed it up best, "We used to fear that she would not make it to her next birthday. It was not until she found the safety and security of Eliada that she began to work on her goals. We are so thankful to the Eliada staff for the quality of treatment they have provided." GOALS

Our goals for the upcoming fiscal year include a further reduction of restrictive intervention, increased clinical training for our treatment staff, increased family involvement, improved medical services, successful transition to public school for appropriate residential treatment students and the successful launching of the PRTF.


FOSTER CARE

Photos: Left; A loving family is the goal of every foster placement. Middle; The National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM) in action. Right; Earl Cottage, home to Eliada’s foster care staff.

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& THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE Eliada’s Foster Care Program consists of both Family Foster Care and Therapeutic Foster Care components. Family Foster Care provides foster homes for children who are in custody of the Department of Social Services and need out of home placement. Therapeutic Foster Care provides homes for children who need level II treatment. Foster children experience a range of emotional and behavioral problems of varying degrees. These problems are addressed in a nurturing family environment that will help children concentrate on their strengths and enhance their self-esteem.

Eliada’s Foster Care program averages 40 active foster families with another 8-10 families in training at any given time. We have the staffing capacity to serve 35 therapeutic foster children and 10 family foster care children.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Foster Care successes over the past year include 3 Therapeutic Foster Care Adoptions. Adoptions for Therapeutic Foster Care children are often rare occurrences because of the nature of the problems Therapeutic Foster children exhibit. One of these adoptions was completed by Eliada Foster Parents Kitty and Dallas Logan, who were featured along with their adopted daughter in a recent Eliada Success Story. Permanency is a goal Eliada has for every child that enters our Foster Care program.

Hiring an Intake Coordinator has helped Foster Care have a very successful audit and licensing year. We had no Medicaid paybacks and we were re-licensed for two more years as a Child Placing Agency. This position has also assisted with making Therapeutic Foster

Care financially profitable by ensuring that Therapeutic Foster Care Respite was successfully utilized over the year.

Foster Care has enhanced its services by making TASC equestrian and NYPUM minibike services available for weekly use by Foster Parents and their children. Both of these programs are excellent motivators and exciting incentives for children and their adoptive families to partipate in together. GOALS

Our goals for the coming year are to begin offering adoption services and, as always, to increase the number of licensed foster homes. An ongoing goal of the Foster Care program is the continued enhancement of training and support available to new and potential foster parents.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER SERVICES Eliada’s Child Development center provides preschool, More at Four pre-K program, summer day camp, and afterschool. We are here to provide a safe, wholesome environment for children while their parents are at work. Here, nurturing and learning go hand in hand. We work in partnership with the child's family to provide an atmosphere for children to develop cognitively, socially, physically, and emotionally. We believe in meeting the needs of each child as an individual, emphasizing the positive, useful, and fun aspects of learning. We provide a variety of developmentally appropriate activities, experiences, and materials that are selected to engage children in active, meaningful learning. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Photos: Left; A young boy in a daycare arts & crafts project. Right; Summer campers compete in a sack race as part of field day.

This year, Eliada’s Child Development program received a five star child

care license, the highest that can be awarded to child care organizations in the state of North Carolina. Fewer than 10% of child care centers in North Carolina receive the 5 star rating. We also maintained our accreditation with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Other accomplishments include the addition of a junior counselor program to our summer camp, in which six teens volunteered their time during camp to assist group leaders and gain valuable experience interviewing, working, and training with the staff. We are also excited about the introduction of new components to our afterschool program, including weekly horseback riding, minibike riding, music, dance, and a ‘positive action’ program by ARP Phoenix, an organization that facilitates youth outreach and education.

GOALS

Our goals for the upcoming year include raising our enrollment numbers for After School to 60 by September 30th as well as pushing our average summer camp attendance over the 100 mark. In addition, research is being done to add an Outdoor Adventure Camp component to the summer program which will target the teenage population. The program will likely involve two week sessions in which a relatively small group of children will camp, climb, hike, white-water raft, and generally be challenged in the great outdoors.

Longer term goals include developing our relationship with ARP Phoenix, establishing a parent advisory committee, and researching the possibilities of expanding our programming to reach more middle school age children.


DAY TREATMENT AT ELIADA ACADEMY

Photos: Left; An Eliada Academy teacher helps a young man with homework. Right; The historic Allred building, home of Eliada Academy. Opposite Page: Left; Hillary Seidler, Eliada’s staff psychologist. Right; Green, one of Eliada’s historic buildings, houses administrative staff as well as clinical staff members.

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Eliada Academy serves students up to 17 years of age, which usually entails up to the 12th grade. Academic and special education teachers provide a dynamic curriculum for students. Last school year, approximately 50% of the students who attended were from the communitiy. Our school day consists of three academic blocks and one – two enrichment blocks. During enrichment blocks, classes can include TASC, NYPUM, Art, Strength Training, Health, Driver’s Ed, P.E., Drama/Dance, Yoga, Ceramics, Tutorial and Technology/Computers. We follow the NC Standard Course of Study and use the same textbooks approved by Buncombe County Public Schools. Class sizes range from three – eight, with a one to four ratio. The treatment of mental health and education are tightly woven together throughout the day for all students.

Eliada Academy students are also invited to attend the STEP program after school. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Our students experienced great academic success. Of Buncombe County Schools students who took end of year tests, all but two students passed. 67% of students made the honor roll. Our summer program allowed 15 of 16 high school students to receive additional high school credit. The school improved educational resources through the purchase of computer reading and math programs for all students. All classrooms have 1- 2 computers. We also implemented a computerized grading program, and a credit review and information process for all high school students. We successfully implemented a summer program and involved outside agencies, such as ARP Phoenix, Our

Voice, and Flood Gallery. These organizations focused on substance abuse and sexual violence education, as well as educated our students on filmmaking and made it possible for the students to write and film a class movie. GOALS

In the coming year, we hope to improve academic instruction and outcomes while strengthening the treatment of Eliada Academy students. We will do this through implementation of remediation instruction, utilization of a revised behavior model, scheduling of therapy groups for community students, an increased focus on reading and math skills, and many more strategies. It will be an exciting year for Eliada Academy, and one of continued growth and success.


FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Family Partnership Program (FPP) is Eliada's Community Support Service which works with children and their families to link, arrange and monitor services as well as provide in-home and community support to divert out-of-home placements, support successful reunifications and transitions, and provide skill development to families. In total, FPP has 8 staff and works with 35 families. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Over the last year, 85% of clients receiving services remained in the family home at discharge. Clients decreased negative behaviors during services as follows: 21% decrease in assaults; 93% decrease in self injury; 54% decrease in school suspension. We exceeded goals for staff training, clinical supervision, hours of in-home services, and number of family and consumer interventions per visit. Additionally, we achieved revised census goals for community support services. GOALS

Goals for the coming year include sustainability of the program with appropriate growth and expansion, identification and mobilization of resources for FPP staff, strengthening marketing efforts, and integration of central intake to include all mental health services at Eliada. We also hope to educate Eliada’s staff about FPP services.

Eliada’s Outpatient Clinical Department provides individual, group and family therapy for all of Eliada's residential students and for the majority of community support and foster care students. We provide dual diagnosis counseling for students with substance abuse and mental health issues. In addition, we provide campus-wide clinical supervision to all facets of Eliada's treatment programs. Outpatient services are provided by a psychiatrist, psychologist, and licensed clinicans. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

This has been a fantastic year. We have improved the time in which we respond to sexualized behaviors, expanded clinical preservice training for new residential staff, and in partnership with our community support program successfully completed several diagnostic assessments, a new service required for all families. We have seen children reunite with their birth families, find loving foster homes, and return to their biological homes. GOALS

Next year, we will continue expanding outpatient services to meet the growing needs of the agency, including more group therapy across campus, increased dual diagnosis treatment, and more family therapy. We also will expand Eliada's clinical internship program, working hand in hand with higher education programs, to make Eliada an excellent internship site. We will assist with opening of the PRTF, including expansion of clinical services, skills and training of staff.


Support Services at Eliada Children need more than a strong education and a positive environment to succeed; they need to develop skills they can be proud of,

learn the importance of goal achievement, and experience things in life that inspire them.

That’s why, at Eliada, the minimum standard of care is simply not enough.

Enhanced services like our equestrian,

minibike, athletics, and afterschool programs are a big part of what makes Eliada unique.

These programs provide important behavioral

and academic incentives, instill self-esteem,

and often have a strong vocational or

therapeutic component as well. These

programs are not state supported, and exist because community groups, private

individuals, and foundations believe in their

importance. No other provider in the state of North Carolina offers such enhancements.

Photos: Left- Right

A golf team member; Eliada’s historic dairy barn in summer; A TASC lesson on Eliada’s campus; NYPUM participants; A Lady Thunderbolt playing softball.

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STEP ADOLESCENT AFTERSCHOOL The Striving Towards Excellence Program (STEP) is a free adolescent afterschool program that was developed due to the increasing need for adolescents, particularly those at risk for dangerous behaviors, to be involved with a fun, safe, stimulating, and healthy after-school experience. Research by Afterschool Alliance has shown that the hours between 3:00 and 6:00pm are prime for juvenile crime and experimentation with sex, drugs, alcohol and smoking. The same organization’s studies also show that students who participate in extracurricular activities have higher grades, lower truancy, and higher levels of college achievement. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

This year, STEP obtained funding from Mission Hospitals and Blossman Gas. STEP served 35 at-

risk students, and was open every day that public school was in session. The curriculum incorporated a wide variety of special interest classes and activities including crafts, yoga, cultural foods, community service, field trips, homework help, and fitness. GOALS

Next year, we will expand marketing efforts, increasing the total number of students enrolled in STEP. We also hope to increase the weekly attendance by students, and to identify and focus on individual interests and goals of each participant. We will also expand transportation options from local schools. Lastly, we will re-design outcome measurements and data collection systems, and meet monthly to evaluate demographics and outcomes data.


TASC

Eliada’s Therapeutic Animal Stewardship Cooperative (TASC) provides animal-assisted therapeutic activities for high risk clients with behavioral or emotional problems. Currently the TASC family includes eleven horses, four cats, three goats, and a donkey. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

This year, TASC served hundreds of children in Eliada’s residential, summer camp, STEP, and day treatment programs. We hired an experienced new coordinator and acquired 3 new horses, 5 new saddles, and other equipment such as bitless bridles and stirrups for English saddles. GOALS

We hope to acquire more English saddles, continue building a safe and healthy herd, develop formalized documentation system including sequence of lesson plans and testing, and increase staff training. Our long term goal is finding the funding for a new barn and/or shelters.

NYPUM

The National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM) motivates children to change their negative behaviors by rewarding positive choices with the opportunity to ride a minibike. Participants learn bike safety, small engine repair, and more. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

NYPUM served 80 students last year. We passed our national site visit, hosting national NYPUM officials in December and May. A program coordinator position was created, and the STEP program manager attended NYPUM training and certification. GOALS

Next year, we will increase the number of students served, contract with outside agencies to provide NYPUM services for their clients, and determine an appropriate fee structure. We will incorporate increased mechanical skills into the program for advanced students, and increase the overall number of community volunteers assisting with the program.

ATHLETICS

Athletic teams are a way for children to improve their social skills, make lasting friendships, and instill healthy lifestyle habits. Currently, we have 9 sports teams: running, girl/boys soccer, golf, girls volleyball, girl/boys basketball, boys baseball, and girls softball. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Four students traveled to Disney World for a 5K race in January, and four students won medals at local 5K races in the spring. We hosted the first winter basketball tournament for boys and girls teams, and participated in Eliada’s golf tournament sponsored by the Rotary Club. We obtained golf equipment from area golf courses, and organized area college baseball players to do a work day on Eliada’s athletic facilities. GOALS

This year, we hope to increase involvement in all athletic teams, particularly baseball, and to implement wrestling classes for interested students.


RESIDENTIAL INTERNS SEEKING EXCELLENCE RISE is a residential internship program that offers recent college graduates valuable professional experience, free housing, and a living stipend in exchange for a year-long commitment. Many RISE staff members go on to become full-time employees on Eliada’s campus. Others leave the program as some of the most highly skilled young professionals in the human services field, with a number of alumni going on to graduate social work programs across the nation.

Photos: Left: A staff member talks with an Eliada Academy student Middle: A teacher helps a young student with classwork. Right: Duplex housing is a benefit of RISE participation Opposite Page: RISE staff members pose for a group photo during Eliada’s annual fall festival.

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS This year, 18 RISE staffers contributed immeasurably to the success of the agency. RISE staff coached volleyball and basketball teams, supervised students during summer groups, and covered approximately threequarters of the open shifts in Eliada’s residential program. Two of last year’s staff, Annie Simkin and Lindsay Hill,

have been accepted to the University of Michigan’s master of social work program, which is the top graduate school for social work in the nation. Many RISE alumni stayed on at Eliada to accept positions as resident counselors, lead resident counselors, and program managers.

GOALS This year, three new extremely dynamic lead RISE staff members will assist first year program participants as they learn more about Eliada’s care continuum. With their guidance and the support of the RISE program coordinator, RISE staff members will be instrumental in facilitating the success of new programmatic endeavors for the coming year. RISE staff will help to support students transitioning to public school, and will assist other staff members in providing

support coverage for the new Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF).

This year, we will also focus on maximizing the RISE experience by helping individual RISE staff members identify personal career goals. This information will be used to tailor each staff member’s experience at Eliada to reflect the skills and knowledge most important to them. Some RISE staff members will also spend time shadowing others and learning responsibilities specific to program and case management. We hope to continue growing the RISE program and, as a long term goal, plan to partner with an area university to offer graduate course credit as another benefit of RISE participation.


FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

2006

SOURCES OF REVENUE

ELIADA HOMES, INC. TOTAL REVENUE:

$8,391,445

SOURCE OF REVENUE TREATMENT SERVICES

$665,253

CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

The financial statements of Eliada Homes and Eliada Foundation have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting conforming to accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America as applicable for not-for-profit organizations. The 2006 figures are unaudited.

Expenses are allocated on a functional basis among various programs and support services. Expenses that can be identified with a specific program are allocated directly. Other shared expenses are distributed to programs and support services proportionately. Property and equipment is recorded at historical cost or fair market value on the date of donation. -Becky Williams, CFO

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$6,445,757

$784,726

FOUNDATION SUBSIDY

Becky Williams Chief Financial Officer

TREATMENT SERVICES:

$350,179

CLIENT FEES MISCELLANEOUS

FOUNDATION GRANTS (PROGRAM-SPECIFIC)

TOTAL REVENUE

$82,090

$63,440

$8,391,445

TOTAL EXPENDITURES:

Day Treatment at Eliada Academy Community Support Services

Therapeutic Foster Care

Family Foster Care

Outpatient Treatment

Diagnostic Assessment Daycare

After School

$8,502,222

EXPENDITURES PERSONNEL

PROGRAM EXPENSES OCCUPANCY COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TRANSPORTATION DEPRECIATION DEVELOPMENT MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE SUPPLIES

GENERAL/ADMINISTRATION

Level IV Residential Care

CHILD DEVELOPMENT:

EXPENDITURES

ELIADA HOMES, INC.

Level III Residential Care

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

More at Four

Summer Camp $5,045,865 $1,123,571

$674,022 $114,636 $109,136 $102,202 $93,142 $91,558 $79,860 $40,663

$1,027,567

$8,502,222


ELIADA HOMES, INC. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS

CURRENT ASSETS

June 30, 2006 (unaudited) CASH

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS FIXED ASSETS

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

& BENEFITS PAYABLE

SHORT-TERM NOTES PAYABLE

LOC

INTERCOMPANY PAYABLE

NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

LONG-TERM NOTES PAYABLE

CAPITALIZED LEASES

TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS

TOTAL LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS YTD REVENUE OVER EXPENSES

TOTAL LIABILITIES

&

NET ASSETS

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$209,045 $247,182

$2,447

$66,081

$1,391,785

$1,763,379

$241,417

$301,867

$241,417

$301,867

$1,633,202

$2,065,246

$152,327

$154,475

$334,263

$379,333

-

$253,302

$583,968

$799,418

$755

$10,567

$344

FUNDS ON DEPOSIT

ACCRUED EXPENSES

$878,570

$73,436

PREPAID EXPENSES

PAYROLL

$672,896 $2,019

INVENTORIES

CURRENT LIABILITIES

$360,054

-

OTHER RECEIVABLE

LIABILITIES

$434,388 $209,046

INVESTMENTS

NON-CURRENT ASSETS

July 30, 2005

$37,434 $59,600

$218,328 $219,083

$2,669 $9,639 -

$314,333 $324,900

$803,051

$1,124,318

$940,928

$940,928

$830,151

$940,928

($110,777)

$1,633,202

-

$2,065,246


STRATEGIC PLANNING: THE KEY TO SUCCESS

“However beautiful the strategy, you

should occasionally look at the results.”

Winston Churchill

Eliada offers a full continuum of

Eliada began a formalized strategic

and their families each year. As

conducting an environmental scan

care, serving hundreds of children with most non-profits, funding for

these desperately needed services

(surveys of students, parents,

referral agencies, legislatures,

is often limited and finite. That is

school administrators, community

received from the federal and state

We also conducted SWOT Analysis

why it is essential that each dollar government, private insurance,

activist, foundations and donors). (Strengths, Weaknesses,

foundations and private donors be

Opportunities & Threats) for each

Eliada’s proactive and innovative

objectives and reviewed Eliada’s

agency for over a century. This is

child and family services in North

used effectively and efficiently.

ethic is what has sustained the only accomplished by careful

monitoring of quality and fiscal

indicators, effective communication within the organization and a

continuous strategic planning

of our programs and services. We developed quality and financial

position as a provider of quality

Carolina.

Once this process was completed the Senior Management and the

Board of Trustees met for a two day

mechanism to ensure optimum

retreat to review information and

strategic planning efforts will be

for Eliada. Just two years into our

performance. Over the next year,

develop short and long term goals

strengthened by the addition of a

strategic plan, Eliada has

position to our staff. This

short-term goals and 60% of the

Director of Program Evaluation

individual will help agency

leadership comprehensively

evaluate the impact of treatment participation, and will help to identify ways in which to

continually refine programming for optimal success.

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planning process in 2003 by

accomplished 98% of the identified long term goals. This is a true

testament of how effective this process can be for Eliada in

developing programs that Help

Children Succeed. The following outlines the goals that were

developed in 2004 and what has been accomplished to date.

Photos: Left: Spring on Eliada’s campus. Right: Eliada’s Strategic Planning Team.


NEW PROGRAM INITIATIVES

Eliada looked at Charter Schooling, Psychiatric Residential Treatment,

Facility-based Crisis Services, After School Services for at-risk

adolescents, and Private Pay

Residential Clients. After reviewing

these options and carefully weighing

the pros and cons of each, the following was decided: 

PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL

TREATMENT FACILITY (PRTF)

Eliada sought and received a license from the State of North Carolina to

provide this much-needed service in

North Carolina. Starting in

September 2006, this program will

be the only PRTF in Western North Carolina, allowing Eliada to serve

some of the most needed children in

the region. With generous grants from the Janirve Foundation and the Mental Health Trust Fund,

Eliada was able to renovate the

Reynolds Cottage into a state-of-theart treatment facility.



STEP ADOLESCENT AFTERSCHOOL

PROGRAM

In 2005 Eliada received generous

three-year grants from the Mission Foundation and Blossman Gas to

provide After-School programming for at-risk adolescents. Housed in

the newly renovated PARC facility, almost 40 local adolescents

participated in a free after school

program that focuses on tutoring, prevention and exciting age

appropriate activities. The students participated in Eliada’s TASC equestrian program, NYPUM

minibike program, and on our seven

competitive athletic teams. The goal is to reduce the problems these students encounter in school,

eliminate the use of alcohol, drugs

and tobacco and encourage each

With a team of highly trained and

dedicated staff, Eliada provides an

array of services to families

throughout Western North Carolina. The goal of avoiding out of home placements is the key to this

initiative. The team also provides a great deal of services to students

and their families for reunification when a child returns home from a

residential or foster care placement. Eliada focuses on preservation and growth within the family. 

ENHANCED SERVICES

Eliada has further developed its

TASC program (Therapeutic Animal Stewardship Cooperative),

established NYPUM (National

Youth Project Using Minibikes) and

developed several competitive sports

student to develop appropriate skills

programs: Boys Baseball, Girls



Wrestling, Boys and Girls Soccer.

to help them succeed in adulthood. COMMUNITY SERVICES

Eliada now provides diagnostic

assessment, therapeutic foster care and community support services.

Softball, Boys and Girls Basketball, Golf, Cross Country, Volleyball,

All of these programs help each

student develop new skills and

develop confidence and self esteem.


FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS

 Eliada developed a detailed Capital Improvement Plan that outlines initiative through 2011.  Numerous improvements such as: Renovations of all bathrooms, refurbishing of Eliada Academy, new roofs on all the buildings, repainting of all student bedrooms, renovations to Lions Cottage, wooden fencing of pastures, renovations of pools and landscaping around the campus.  Major renovations of the old Tabernacle building into the PARC facility- a multi-purpose building that houses the agencies after-school program, summer camp, meeting and recreational rooms and a weightlifting facility. ESTABLISHMENT OF ELIADA

FOUNDATION

 Eliada Foundation was established as a supporting organization to Eliada Homes, Inc. With its own Board of Trustees especially skilled at fund development and investments, they have taken on the challenge of developing effective methods to raise new funds and build the endowment.  Eliada Foundation has focused on the goal of building a 10 million dollar endowment by the year 2010, a vital task to ensure that Eliada continues to provide unique enhanced services and will be in the financial position to provide quality service for children for another 100 years.

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 Eliada Foundation also oversees the organization’s investment options and property management for a campus of 188 acres.  The Foundation provides educational scholarships to Eliada graduates who desire to pursue a college education or trade school. During the last two years Eliada has provided financial assistance to several students attending school at UNC – Charlotte, UNC – Asheville, AB-Tech and Marlboro College in Vermont. ENHANCED STAFF RECRUITMENT, TRAINING AND EVALUATION

 Eliada now employs a full time recruiter who focuses on the search for the best and brightest staff for Eliada. The recruiter travels each year to dozens of colleges and job fairs to find those potential employees whose core values are in alignment with Eliada’s core principles.  RISE Program – Eliada established a one year internship for newly graduated college students with backgrounds in Psychology, Sociology, Education, Recreation and Criminal Justice. 18 Students live on the Eliada Campus and work in all aspects of the treatment and educational programs to develop their skills as effective teaches and clinicians.  Treatment staff education is provided on a daily basis, headed by Eliada’s clinical staff and Human Resources department.

This ongoing curriculum addresses skills beyond initial training and the development of managerial and administrative skills.  Eliada established an evaluation system that provides continuous feedback and formal evaluations twice a year. This allows each service area to achieve alignment with the agency’s objectives and goals, while developing the skills of each individual staff. OUTCOMES AND EVALUATION

 Eliada is committed to effective and high quality services to the students and families they serve. Eliada has received two important grants from the Duke Endowment to develop and implement outcome measurements.  During the next three years Eliada will develop and utilize tools to determine indicators of success, while a child is in treatment and longitudinal studies to track the success of each student after they graduate from an Eliada program and progress into adulthood. As you can see Eliada has had a wonderful period of success and growth. Through careful strategic planning we continue to develop and refine the continuum of services that makes Eliada unique in the nation.


ELIADA FOUNDATION REPORT

The Eliada Foundation, Inc. was organized and exists exclusively as a supporting organization of Eliada Homes, Inc., which in turn provides services for children and families in need. Many of you know about the day to day operations of Eliada, but might not be familiar with the role of the Foundation. The purpose of this annual report is to educate and inform you about the Foundation and disclose activities that have transpired during the past year.

Timothy Kelley President Eliada Foundation

The Foundation’s focus is raising unrestricted support to subsidize operating activities and programs of Eliada and also building endowment funds that will provide future support. The primary assets of the Foundation are the land and buildings that comprise the Eliada Campus and the current investment portfolios. A portion of our investment portfolio for permanent endowment funds are presently maintained under an agreement with The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina. At June 30, 2006, the Foundation had total assets of approximately $10.3 million. Those assets consist of approximately $7.8 million in facilities, $1.9 in investments, and $600,000 in promises to give, receivables, and cash.

Our goals are simple. We want to create financial stability for the operating agency through various development activities and the management and care of those financial assets that have been entrusted to us. Our success has been, and will continue to be, attributable to our donors for their annual support and endowment gifts and the many other supporters who provide grants and other financial support.

Grant writing, proposal requests, special fundraising events, and other support requests are just a few of the many things that our development staff devote their attention to throughout the year. This enables us to strengthen the Foundation financially and ultimately the success of Eliada. We are truly thankful for each gift that enables us to support our ultimate mission.

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ELIADA FOUNDATION

BOARD MEMBERS

Timothy A. Kelley President

Hugh E. McCollum Vice-President

John M. Isgrig

Treasurer/Secretary

James M. Lesko Jean B. McGuire Gary C. Roberts Richard A. Sills Stuart E. Weidie

Photos: Left & Right: Eliada’s annual Christmas Tea, held at the Inn on the Biltmore Estate, is an important fundraiser for the agency.


RECENT GRANTS

 JANIRVE FOUNDATION $150,000 for renovations related to the new Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF)  DUKE ENDOWMENT $150,000 for a new comprehensive program evaluation staff person and outcomes program  MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND $52,500 for PRTF start up costs  PARSEC FINANCIAL $13,000 for operating support  MONGOVIS FUND $5,500 to hire a staff chaplain and volunteer coordinator  RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE $2,000 to purchase health & recreation equipment for Lions Cottage SPECIAL EVENTS

 Annual Bass Tournament  Rotary Club/Century 21 Mountain Lifestyles Golf Tournament  Christmas Tea  Annual Fall Festival  Ingles’ Markets Icon campaign  Annual Blood Drive  Founder’s Day

One of our most lofty goals over the next several years is to grow our endowed investments to approximately $10 million. At June 30, 2006 our endowed investments are approximately $1.1 million. The Foundation’s budgeted goal for the coming year is $1.5 million in new restricted endowment gifts. We have over the past several years received endowed gifts from donors such as Mr. Paul Amos and others. But to reach our goal, we will need additional gifts and support. Planned giving, bequests and corporate gifts are just a few ways we hope to accomplish our goals. Some of our current endowments allow us to accomplish such things as funding annual higher education scholarships for deserving students beyond their years at Eliada. OTHER STRATEGIC INITIATIVES

 Building endowment  Seeking ongoing support for our annual operating programs  Funding facility improvements  Raising support for various program positions as currently needed, such as a chaplain.

As we reflect on our past, we must take time to express our appreciation to Eliada’s long-time planned giving officer, Linda Humphrey, who has decided to pursue other interest. Linda was a vital part of the success of our past development activities, particularly in facilitating planned gifts that have contributed to our current endowments. Our organization has been blessed by what Linda has done for Eliada and the many children and families that her dedication has benefited.

On behalf of my fellow Foundation board members, we are truly thankful for the opportunity to contribute to the success of Eliada. But in order for us to accomplish our ultimate goal, we need the support and heartfelt giving from those in our community and state to make sure that Eliada is able to serve children and families for years to come. -Tim Kelley, President of Eliada Foundation, Inc.


ELIADA FOUNDATION BALANCE SHEET ASSETS

CURRENT ASSETS

CASH

OTHER RECEIVABLE TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS PLEDGES RECEIVABLE FIXED ASSETS

TOTAL NON- CURRENT ASSETS

CURRENT LIABILITIES

&

$59,600

-

$5,895

$1,979,054 $532,719

$7,802,086

$8,334,805

$1,353,876 $3,152

$1,657,712 $926,310

$7,798,296

$8,724,606

$10,313,859

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

$15,562

$19,015

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$15,526

$266,197

NET ASSETS

$10,116,121

$10,116,121

$10,298,297

$10,116,121

$10,313,859

$10,382,318

YTD REVENUE OVER EXPENSES

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$300,684

TOTAL ASSETS

PAYABLE TO SUPPORTED ORGANIZATION

NET ASSETS

$21,749

$1,891,810

INTERCOMPANY RECEIVABLE

LIABILITIES

July 30, 2005

(unaudited) INVESTMENTS

NON-CURRENT ASSETS

June 30, 2006

TOTAL NET ASSETS

NET ASSETS

-

$182,176

$10,382,318

$247,182

-

SOURCES OF CONTRIBUTIONS: ELIADA FOUNDATION

Foundation & State Grants 35%

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Legacies & Bequests 23%

Individual Donations 18%

Corporate Gifts 10% Special Events 5%

In-Kind Gifts 1%

Church, School, & Memorials & Civic Gifts Honorariums 5% 3%


E L I A D A H O ME S & E L IA D A F O UN D A T IO N 5 Y EAR C OM PARATIV ES OF ANNUAL B UDGETS, NET ASSETS, END OWM ENT, & I NVESTM ENTS

$12,000,000 $11,000,000

$11,057,048

$10,000,000 $9,000,000 $8,000,000 $7,000,000 $6,000,000

$7,535,013 $6,401,942

$6,100,711

$11,128,448

$8,343,650

$6,382,100

$5,000,000 $4,000,000

$3,854,553

$3,881,335

$3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000

t

vestments

$1,118,726

$999,355

$0

2002

2003 Operating Budget

$3,839,868 $2,100,857 $1,562,921

$1,039,489 2004 Operating Budget

2005

Operating Budget Net Assets Endowment & Investments Operating Budget Net Assets Net Endowment &Assets Investments Endowment & Investments

Net Assets

2006

Net A

Linear (Endowment & Investments) Linear ( Endowment & Investmen Linear (

Endowment Investments Linear (ofEndowment Investments) ( Endowment & Investments) Change in&net assetsLinear in 2005 was, in part, due to the transfer ownership of&property and

buildings from Eliada Homes, Inc. to Eliada Foundation, Inc. A certified appraisal of these assets was necessary to facilitate this transfer. An increase in net assets of $6,036,079 was realized.


FROM THE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

Since its inception in 2004, Eliada Foundation has raised over

$2,157,586 toward the annual fund to support the programs and

operations of Eliada Home for Children. In addition, the

Foundation has secured almost $700,000 for Eliada’s Endowment. The endowment represents a permanent fund, the interest from

which will provide uninterrupted income for support of Eliada into

the future.

All of us at Eliada extend our heartfelt thanks to our donors who

make our work possible. Many of our donors are long-time friends Michelle M. Robinson Development Director

who share their interest in Eliada with their family and friends.

Others are special supporters who make a very personal planned gift which benefits Eliada for decades to come. We honor their

contributions in this publication and with the work we do each day. The Eliada Foundation recently created a new website,

www.eliada.org, which provides information on all of our programs and services. There, you will find historical information, stories of

individual children whom our programs have benefited, and news of recent agency happenings and successes.

In the coming year, the Eliada Foundation will establish Leadership Giving Societies to recognize donors who make a substantial

commitment to ensure the future success of Eliada Homes for

Children. They are to be named in honor of leaders and significant events that have shaped Eliada.

In our fiscal year of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, over 2,000

generous individual and corporate donors contributed to the success of our children with their gifts to the Foundation. As Eliada

continues its mission of Helping Children Succeed, we hope you

know that your gift is vital to achieving our strategic goals and to

continuing to provide exemplary programs and services for children and families of our region.

-Michelle M. Robinson, Director of Development

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“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” -Winston Churchill


INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Pamela Abernathy Anita Adams Joe and Wanda Adams Phoebe Adams Donald and Geraldine Adcox Blan Aldridge John Alexander Mabel Alford Albert and Virginia Allen Hugh and Dorothy Allen Phyllis Allen Richard Allen Sara Allen Danny Allender Frances Allison Harold and Joan Allison Harry and Gloria Allison Robert and Katherine Allison Kenneth and Brenda Allman Hazel Almon Paul and Jean Amos Steve and Deborah Anders Walter Andersen Earlene Anderson G. Martin and Sandra Anderson James and Brenda Anderson James and Jean Anderson James and Martha Anderson John and Mary Anderson Marshall Anderson Linda Andrews Jerry and Judy Angel Ruby Angel Ronald and Linnea Angermuller Will and Margaret Annarino Diane Arlen Bruce and Gail Armstrong Betty Arrowood Dennis and Pamela Atkins Grace Atkinson Lewis and Teresa Augustine Fred and Marcia Ayers Michael Babb George and Geraldine Backer Algernon and Margaret Badger Oliver and Julia Bagwell James and Bonnie Bailey Margaret Bailey Gerald Baker Juanita Baker Ruth Baker Margaret Balentine Cindy Jean Ball William Ball Martha Banks Scott and Carolyn Banks Reva Barker

David and Ann Barkley Geneva Barlett Harry and Nancy Barnes James Barnette Stephen Barnwell Corajean Barrett Lettie Barrett Thomas and Earline Barry Betty Barton Charles and Jean Bassett Mary Beach Rita Belanger Joseph and Wilda Bell Tad and Lydia Bemben Scott and Amanda Bennett Alfred Berlin Charles Biddix Elizabeth Biggers Louis and Sara Bissette Fred and Cleone Black Pearl Black Hugh Blackburn Regi Blackburn Barbara Blackwell Paul Blair Harry and Doris Blankenburg Cyril and Alice Blinderman Madeline Blom Andrew Blount Jack and Skeeter Bocook Robert and Janice Boerner Edward Bonnville Roger and Olive Boone Walton and Edith Boring Joseph Bossler Raymond and Peggy Bouley Steve Bourke Dorothy Bowen Jeanne Bowman Frank and Marjorie Bown Charles and Pat Boyd Bart and Elaine Boyer William and Elaine Boyer Robert and Lillis Brackett Charles and Brigitta Bradley E.C. and Rita Bradley Maude Bradley Joseph and Barbara Brady Herbert and Iris Braun Blaine Briggs Stanley and Juanita Briggs William and Daphne Briggs Wayne and Brenda Brigman Doster and Dorothy Brock Emil and Patricia Brominski Jim and Margarita Brookins Mildred Brooks Charles and Violet Brookshire

Becky/Caroline/Bryan Brosnan Thomas Brosnan William Brothers Mary Lou Brotherton Barney Brown Bernice Brown Beulah Brown Cathy Brown Elbert and Karen Brown James Brown Mary Brown Maxine Brown Merton Brown Ron Brown Larry and Peggy Browning Ray Bryson Robby Bryson Thaddeus Bryson Patricia Buchanan Kenneth and Betty Buchen Carrol Buckner David Buckner Raymond and Zeola Buckner William and Darlene Buckner Lucy Buehler Larry and Nancy Bumgardner Nina Bumgarner Thomas and Jane Bumgarner Roy and Anne Burchfield Gayleen Burgess Leann Burke Connie Burlingham Dominick Burlone James and Diana Burns J. Gregory Bushong Jeff Byrd Larry Cabe James Caldwell Ruth Caldwell Rex Calloway Dennis Campbell Joseph and Charlene Canfield William and Lila Cannon Cecil Cantrell Jimmie and Patricia Cantrell Noelle Cardell Lee Carnes Robert Carnes Jimmie and Beverly Caroway Avery and Jennie Carpenter Undean Carroll Deborah Carter John Carter Nancy Carter R. Wayne Carter Judy Carver Allen and Evelyn Case Carroll and Carol Case


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Gerald and Mildred Cassell Dwight Caudle Jim and Linda Caudle Ruth Cech John and Linda Chandler Charles and Lillian Chapman Gary and Evelyn Chapman James and Hazel Chapman Joan Chapman Mary Chapman Frank Chapo Teresa Charnell Robert Chason Thomas and Sandra Cheek Gary Childers Joseph and Sylvia Chung Irene Clark Kenneth and Anne Clark Larry Clark Marjorie Clark Melvin Clark Thomas and Mary Ann Clarke Bryan Clay Jill Cleary Robert Cline Polly Clodfelter Darlene Cody Don Coffey Emery and Jacklynn Coffey Betty Coin F. Jack Cole Howard Cole Raymond and Isabel Cole Auwice Coleman Fred Coleman Stewart and Gay Coleman Debbie Collins J. Collins Orla and Ellen Collins Linda Colombo Glenna and Teresa Compton Lucille Conelly Ralph and Patricia Conlon Betty Conway Edna(DEC) Cook Thomas and Molly Cook Mark Cooledge Laurence and Debra Cooper Nellie Cooper E. Cope Thomas and Joanne Corbin Bud and Evelyn Correll Marjorie Corson Wayne and Frances Coulter James and Ruth Coward James Cox Ann Coxe Joseph Coyle

Joe Craig Vernon Cram Robert and Gail Cramer Brenda Crawford Jack and Patricia Creasman Emily Crisp Wiley Crook Eugenia Cross Virgil and Betty Crowder Mary Cudd Charles Culp Obera Currin Alan Cutter Jewell Daniel Thomas and Zanie Davidson Bonnie Davies C. Richard Davis Clyde Davis David and Marion Davis Perry and Mildred Davis Philip Davis Reuel and Betty Davis Shannon Davis Stephen Davis Frank and Grace De Rosa Mary Dean Cindy Dearman Linsey DeBruhl Forrest and Rebecca Deffenbaugh Roy Deitz Wayne and Barbara Dellinger Bonnie DeLorme Joan DeLucca Michael Demos John and Louise Dennis L. Clay and Peggy Denny Ernest Devlin Robert Devlin Chuck and Patti Deyton Emilee and Bryon Dickerson Brenda Dillingham Stuart and Sandy Dills Edward and Heather Dina Wilfred and Irene Diston Jack Ditto William Dixon Richard and Anne Dodd Gwen Dodson Charles and Barbara Dolcimascolo Vincent and Karen Donatelli Patrick and Laura Doran Becky Dorlan Cynthia Dorn Laurence and Joyce Dorr Wilburn and Nancy Dotson Mark Doty Anne Doucette Frank and Barbara Dougherty

Catherine Douglass Bill Dove Charles and Gail Dowis Glendell Downs Drake Tonya Driggers Terry Duckworth Dan and Debbie Ducote Mable Duncan Stephen Duncan Mildred Duomi Chuck Durand Esther Dycus Thelma Dyer Barbara Earle Ella Earley Elveta Earley Shirley Easter JoAnn Ebbs Jack Echols James and Sue Echols Donald and Margaret Eckert Theodore and Jean Eckman Steve Eckstrom John Eddleman Hope Edick Camille Edwards Joseph and Ethel Edwards Sharon Edwards Thomas and Peggy Edwards Tom and Nancy Eggers Joe and Rose El-Khouri James and Peggy Ellis Bruce and Ann Elmore Gail Embler Christine Emory Shannon England Harvey and Donna English Joan Englishman Donnalee Enright Charles Epley John Erwin Albert and Mary Estes Cheyenne and Debra Evans Eola Evans Theodore and Donna Faber Kenneth and Elizabeth Fadden Jerry Fagan Shanon Fagan Connie Falkenburg Robert and Joan Falls Frank Farlow Micheal Farlow Troy Favaron Robert Felkel Nancy Ferry Larry and Marian Fincher Sean Finneron


Robert and Frances Finney Harry Fish Larry Fisher W. Howard and Joyce Fisher Jack Fitzsimmons J.R. and Elizabeth Fluharty Joseph and Eleanor Fluharty Shelly Flynn Doris Forney Cynthia Forrest James Foster William and Sarah Foster Dean Fountain Wesley and Johanna Fowler Charles Frady Kenneth and Helen Franklin Diane Frederick Charles and Irene Freeman Robert and Nancy Freeman W.B. and Irene Freeman Douglas and Juanita French Harold and Alice Friend Randall and Sherri Frisbee Sharon Fuchs Barbara Fuller Donald and Mary Funderud Kenneth and Julie Fussell Robert and Ruth Gabriel Larry and Brenda Gaddy Thomas and Bobbie Gaffigan Martha Gaillard John and Jean Gales Lee and Nancy Galloway Dewey and Christine Gant Henry Gasperson Andrew Gennett Donna Gentry Jamie George Lois Gibbs Robert and Debra Gibbs Alan and Carolyn Gibson Thomas Gibson Bernard and Carol Gier Jesse and Mary Giles James Gillespie Mathew Gilley Mary Lou Gillum Walter Glazener Cheryl Gleich Donald and Eleanor Glover Ralph and Nell Godfrey Paul and Ardis Goeser Bruce and Joyce Goforth Joel and Melba Goldsby Shirley Gonce Robert Gongloff Gregory and Marian Goodman Smith Goodrum

Norene Goodspeed Rachel Gordon Edward and Fran Gore Jacqueline Gorman Brenda Gramling Richard and Marcia Grant Carl and Carolyn Gray Bill and JoAnn Green Bruce Greene Buster and Judy Greene Donald and Louise Greene Joyce Greene Allen and Elizabeth Greer Irene Greer Henry and Marion Gregg Worth and Virginia Gregory Andrew Grieve Clarence and Elsie Griffin Kristine Griffin Rick and Kathy Gross David Grossner Carl Groth Lela Grover Ronald and Laura Grover Stan and Carmina Grygiel James and Dayna Guido Donald and Brenda Gundry James Gunn Deborah Gunter Robert and Melissa Gunther Hector and Conradine Gutierrez Yvonne Habel Maggie Hagen Edward and Cheryl Hahn Matthew and Jeri Hahner Lewis Haight Hattie Hailey Joy Haize Bernard and Janice Hale Donald and Helen Hall James and Nora Hall Robert and Yolanda Hall Steve and Janet Hall Charles and Nancy Haller Donald and Robert Hambly Marilyn Hamlett Edna Hammond Robert and Pauline Hanich Cheryl Hansen Judy Harden Robert and Jean Haring B.L. and Elizabeth Harpe David and Nannette Harrell James and Pamela Harrington Robert Harrington Brice and Edith Harris Claude and Sue Harris Houston Harris

Sue Harris Forrest and Elva Hart Irene Harwood Ivan and Carolyn Hatfield William and Mary Haven Michael and Chyrstal Hawkins Richard Hawkins Claude Haynes Ruby Haynes Sidney and Elaine Haynes Jeff Haze Ruth Heinemann Frances Helms Nancy Heltman Robert Hembree James and Beatrice Hemphill Debbie Henderson Ernest and Alice Henderson Ronald and Sheryl Hendrickson Heinz and Marie Henken Elizabeth Hensley H. L. Hensley Larry and Regina Hensley Melanie Hensley Wayne and Sandra Hensley Barbara Henson E.D. and Louise Herndon L.R. and Carol Higdon William and Suzanne Higgins Addison and Elizabeth Hill Arthur and Fane Hill Barbara Hill Roger and Nancy Hill Walter Hines Carol Hire Michael and Patricia Hobbs W. H. Hobson William Hobson Donald and Denise Hoffman M. Joyce Hoffman Peter Hoffman Wayne and Marsha Hoffner Elsie Hogue S. Hoke Joyce Holcombe Phillip and Charlotte Holland James and Marjorie Hollandsworth Amy Hollifield Fred and Jennie Hollifield Janice Hollifield Peter and Nancy Holloway Cynthia Holman Sarah and Harold Holmes Robert and Barbara Holquist McKinley and Linda Holstein D.M. and Sandy Holt William and Mirian Hood Robert and Faye Hoover


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Curtis Horn Alan and Marilyn Horne Bill Horton Hosey and Josephine Horton Howard and Sandra Hoskin Larry and Sharon Houg Byron Hovey George Howell Albert and Anne Hoxie J.W. and Christine Hoyle Rod Hudgins Marie Hudson John and Rebekah Huggins Mary Ann Huggins Kenneth and Donna Hughes Scott and Linda Hughes Thomas and Bonita Hughes Robert and Deborah Humes Stewart and Linda Humphrey Thomas Hunt Charles and Anita Hunter Elizabeth Hunter Robert Hunter Michael and Sandra Huntley Dorothy Hyatt Gerald Hyder Raymond and Susan Ide R.G. and Martha Imbt Barbara Ingle James Ingle Lesa Ingraham David Ingram Robin and Linda Ingram Susan Jackson Glennon James William and Carment James James Jarratt Judy Jedrey Harvey Jenkins Howard and Margaret Jenkins James and Shirley Jenkins John and Linda Jenkins Laurence and Mable Jenkins Richard and Genell Jennings Lyle Jensen Marie Jensen Alvin and Mary Elizabeth Jepson David and Mary Jernigan Michael Jervis Andre Job A.E. and Elsie Johnson Bruce and Linda Johnson Carl Johnson Faith Johnson Roger and Patsy Johnson Thomas and Kathryn Johnson Jerry and Pamela Jolly Don and Gail Jones

Don and Judi Jones Dorothy Jones Harold and Chrisite Jones Viola Jones Dennis and Ingrid Juelfs Paul and Mary Jungen Dennis and Sonia Kabasan Rick and Vickie Kanupp David Kattermann Bobby Keever John and Rubye Keever Hazel Keller Timothy and Lee Ann Kelley Joan Kelly Richard and Phyllis Keniston Carlos and Frances Kennedy Gene Kent June Kerr Paul and Dorothea Ketchum John Kilgore Gale Kilmer Robert and Marie Kilpatrick David and Evelyn Kimble Michael and Sue Kimble Joe Kimmel James Kimmons Catherine Kinser Peggy Kirkpatrick Peggy Kirkpatrick William and Mary Kisken L.P. and Ethel Kleist Kelli Knoupf Gladys Koon Bryan and Carol Koontz Charles Kopp Caroline Kordonowy Donald Kosur Charles Krug Jon Krupnick John Kuzma Anthony LaFalce J. H. Laird Ralph Lambert Sharon Lance Steven Landreth Lisa Landsee Alan and Jonnie Lang Brian and Angela Langford Brent and Tammy Lanning Kenneth and Marian LaRowe Harry and Audrie LaTowsky Joe Laudremilk Kathryn Lawler William and Jill Lawler Sterling and Catherine Lawrence Peter and Meredyth Lawson Robert Lawter Floyd and Lonie Layman

Diana Lazaro Glenn and Aileen Leatherwood Ellen Lensing Donna Leonard James and Nancy Lesko Martin Lewis Martin and Christine Lewis Robert and Kay Lewis Robert and Linda Lewis John and Judith Li Michael Lilly Karen Lindsay William and Margaret Liner John and Ruth Link John and Marie Little Donna Littlefield Mary Liverett Clifton Lloyd Martha Lockard Thomas and Joanne Loebig Carl Loftin Dallas and Kathleen Logan Christopher LoIudice Daniel Long Jean Long Mae Long Robert and Mae Long Jill Love Leonard and Lillian Lovelace Shirley Lowrey John and Susan Ludovico David Lutz Jerelene Lutz Marguerita Lyda Edgar Lyngholm Mary MacAllister Teresa Macaluso David and Mary Mackintosh Lois Macks Dennis Maclannan Margaret Maggio John Maier Harry and Mary Mamlin Corda Maney Mary and Lee Maney Blair and Emily Manning David and Helen Marcis Susan Maricle Charity Markey Roy and Marcia Marlowe Spencer and Joy Marquis Calvin and Susan Marshall Kenneth and Suzanne Marshall Thomas Marshall Elizabeth Martin Gerald and Mary Martin Louis Martin Eva Masiello


Doris Mason Elizabeth Mason Graham Mason Norman and Wilma Mason Robert Massey Gary and Denise Mathers E. J. Mathis W.C. and Dorothy Mathis Benjamin and Sandy Matzko Freno and Anna Maxwell Ken Maxwell Otis and Elizabeth Maynard Vivian McAbee William and Bebe McClain Gene McClendon Celeste/Johnny McClure Hugh and Carol McCollum Frances McCoy Michael and Melissa McCoy Carolyn McCurry Katherine McElhenie JoAnn McElrath William and Dorothy McFarland Joe and Barbara McFee Robert McFee Edwin McGoun Jean McGuire Tammy McIntosh Jeff and Pam McKinney Ronald and Ila McKinney Herbert and Renelle McLaughlin Donald McLennan Roderick and Marily McLennan Sarah McMahan Richard McMickle Martha McMullen James McNair C. Jerry McNeely William and Dee McPhaul Robert and Doris McQuiggan Alexander and Marily McWilliam Maggie Meador Ted and Virginia Meadows Florence Means Jerry and Cheryl Mears Cora and Lane Medford Wayne and Gwen Mehaffey Georgia Melton Bob and Elizabeth Merrill Robert and Lee Merrill Charles Messer Mark Metcalf Gary and Mary Mewborne Linda Meyer Lloyd and Dorothy Middleton Brad Miller Harry and Deborah Miller James Miller

Jimmy Miller Lloyd and Gladys Miller Paul Miller Roderick Miller Steven and Judi Miller Juanita Millner James and Barbara Mills Donald and Peggy Millwood Margie Milonas Julie Modaff Louis and Jessica Mongiovi Charles and Marjorie Moody George Moody Billy and Ann Moore Holly Moore Keith Moore Dasha Morgan George and Sara Morgan James and Martha Morgan Lisa Morgan Janice Morris Alvyn and Beatrice Morrison Robert and Nancy Morrison Sherry Morrow James Moutos Gerard and Mary Mozian Cora Mundy Dorothy Murdock Nora Murdock Walter and Julia Murphy William Murphy Cecil and Nancy Murray Wilma Muse Wendy Myers Roger and Patricia Myrto Diane Nabers Arthur and Velma Nance Louise Nanney R. Nanney Mary Narsiff Richard Nelson Phyllis Neuman Louise Newman James Nichols James and Lee Nichols John Nichols Sylvia Nicks Alan and Martha Nielsen Carolina Nix Emmylou Norfleet Robert Oast Rose Obremski Curtis and Heather Odom Elizabeth O'Kelley Barbara Omerod John O'Neal Jonathan and Susan Ord Annie Orr

James and Margaret Orr Garland and Frances O'Shields Mitchell and Lucille Osteen Gary Ouderkirk Harold Outz Billy and Betty Owen Daphne Owenbey Paul and Lou Owenby Sheila Owenby Gladys Owens Joseph and Virginia Owens Garvin and Lisa Pace John Pagel Carl and Barbara Parker Constance Parks Howard Parks Blake Parris John Parris Roland and Louise Parris Marie Paschal Barry and Barbara Pate Michael and Amy Patterson Robert Patterson Henly Patton Charlie and Charlene Payne Spencer and Milagros Payne Larry Peake Lowell and Sally Pearlman Marvin and Sally Pearlman Mack Pearsall Donna Peck Michael and Grace Pecoraro Weldon and Barbara Peek Margaret Peeples Billie and Claudia Penland Richard and Mary Penland Talmadge and Vera Penland Don Penley James and Pantha Penley Thomas Penley Elizabeth Penn Hope Pennell Jane Mars Perkins Robert Perkins Bruce and Carol Peterson Joy Peterson Henry Pfister Emily Phillips Erik Phillips George and Cathy Phillips Willard and Judy Phillips Edward and Martha Pierson Stephen and Gail Pignateillo Francis Pinckney George and Karen Pitts Robert and Rebecca Pitts Walter and Patsy Plaue Wayne and Annette Plemmons


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Kevin Ponder Cedric Porter John and Fann Porter Tom and Evelyn Posey John and Frances Poston Kim and Karen Potthoff Gus and George Poulos C. Bruce Powell Florence Presley Charley and Alison Pressley Victor Pressley William Pressley Richard and Joann Preston Leslie Price Gerald and Patsy Prickett Arthur and Foydell Proctor David and Amanda Proffitt Dorothy Proffitt Margaret Pruitt Nick and Denise Pryor James and Margaret Puckett Amy Pulaski Andrew and Kelly Pyle John and Suzanne Pyron Jeannette Radcliffe Shantharam Ramaswamy William and Carolyn Ramsay Emmett and Patsy Ramsey Garrett and Reva Ramsey James and Joy Ramsey Robert and Carolyn Ramsey Roy and Rebecca Ramsey Dan and Kristi Randall David Randall G. M. Randolph John and Alice Rapp Lewis and Elizabeth Rathbun Ronnie Ray Mark and Jean Raymond Adrienne and Judith Ream James and Carlene Reed Millard Reed W. Howard and Genevieve Reeves Vida Reid Oscar and Isabelle Reiner Marlena Renwick Bill Reuter Vergie Revis Xi Rho Frank and Roberta Rhodes Mary and David Rhodes Robert and Constance Rhudy Ivan and Ethel Rhyne Arthur and Dawn Rice Dan Rice C.J. and Azalee Rich Ellen Richardson Monte Richardson

Lawrence Riddle Robert and Eloise Riddle Jeanette Riedy John and Ruth Riggins Gary and Maria Roach Harry Robbins Daniel and Inge Robert Alice Roberts Elizabeth Roberts Fred and Carolyn Roberts Gary Roberts Jefffrey and Terri Roberts Judy Roberts Kenneth and Carol Roberts Millard and Wilma Robertson Elaine Robinson Geraldine Robinson Jerry Robinson John Robinson Nancy Robinson Spurgeon and Gay Robinson William and Joan Rocamora Peter and Jane Roda Carol Rogers Carroll and Eleanor Rogers Frances Rogers Richard and Asaleen Rogers Hilda Rohlf Beatrice Romanowski Steven Roos Ernest Rosenau Clark and Betty Rosenberger Sandy Ross Joe and Joyce Rowden D. Rowell Gay and Edna Rowland Heather Rumbough Fred and Patricia Russell Jack Russell Edward and Dorothy Rutkowski Henry and Cubie Rutledge Evaline Ryan Michael and Christine Ryan Louise Sales R.F. and Sharon Saltz Richard Sampere Lynne Sanderson Adelaide Sanford Glen Sappington Leona Sassaman Cesar and Margarita Sastre Frances Satterfield James and Barbara Sauer Jack and Elise Saunders Douglas and Catherine Savage Irene Sayers June Saylor Lise Scheer

Margaret Schlosser John Schneider Sidney and Mary Schochet Elizabeth Schulz Beverly Schumpert Ralph and Mary Schwarzkopf Russell and Janice Scott Sidney and Judith Scruggs R. Lee Sechler Martha Sellers Patricia Senneff Darrell and Sharon Setliff Alan and Patricia Severn James and Barbara Sexton John and Louise Sharpe Alan and Patricia Shaw Victor and Patricia Shealy Kathy Shearer Charles and Andrea Shedd Max and Glenda Sheppard Ralph and Bessie Sheppard Jerry and Wilma Sherrill James and Ruth Shipman Charles and Marjorie Shook Gene and June Shope Foster Shriner James and Verna Shuler Judith Shumate Forest Sibley Elizabeth Sides Richard and Lynette Sills Charles Silver Ricky/Charles Silver Josephine Simms Jerdie Simpson Michael and Heather Sinard Dorothy Sinclair Charles and Peggy Sisk Mark Sisk Edwin and Ann Sizemore Steven and Jill Sizemore Anita Slagle William and Carolyn Slawter Alice Sluder Elva Sluder R.D. and Barbara Sluder Rick Sluder Shirley Sluder Michael and Kara Small Janice Smathers Jerry and Susan Smathers Leslie Smiley Canie Smith Corena Smith Ellison and Electa Smith George Smith Helen Smith Michael and Mariann Smith


Phil and Pat Smith Richard Smith Ruth Smith Sidney and Jeanne Smith Stephen and Daena Smith Thomas Smith William Smith William and Ann Smith O. Snellings Reece and Betty Snyder Clayton and Evelyn Sorenson Doris Sorrells Mike and Theresa Sorrells Ted and Alice Sorrells John and Nell South Frank and Robin Southecorvo Nancy Speagle Roy Spivey Bruce and Lucille Sprinkle Larry Sprinkle S.L. Stambaugh Sandy Stanford Wayne and Jan Stanko Hal and Alberta Starnes Lena Stebbins Michael and Cathy Steinback Harry and Susan Steiner Paul Stephens Elizabeth Stevens Chris Stewart Eugene Stewart J. Stewart Larry Stewart Thomas and Susie Stewart Toni Stewart John and Yvonne Stillwell Dennis and Virginia Stines William and Grace Stokes, Jr. Leo and Margaret Storey Ralph and Juanita Storm Rosemarie Storto Karl and Sylvia Straus M.J. and Susan Strickland C.D. and Sybil Strider Stan and Joan Strohm H. and Louise Stroup Herschel and Jean Suits Noble and Ellen Summersill Anita Summey Edna Suttles Steve and Diana Suttles Clyde Sutton Jane Sutton Susan Swan Thaddeus and Mary Swanke Carolyn Swann Michael and Lynn Swann Richard Swanson

Arthur and Phyllis Swasey Herbert and Genell Swenson Linda Swenson Harry and Linda Swilling Mark and Arlene Swinehart William and Sally Sword William and Lisi Szymczyk James and Betty Tanner Phillip and Sally Tatler Michael and Beverly Tavener Bobby and Elizabeth Taylor Claude Taylor James and Lola Taylor Lucinda Taylor Patricia Taylor Joel and Debra Teague John Teeter Glenn Temple Mark Templeman Marlene Tepper Frank Thomas Steve and Deborah Thomas Arville Thompson Joe and Marilyn Thompson John Thompson J. H. Tiller Johnny Tiller Hans and Gretel Timan Sarah Tintor George and Edna Tipton Mike Tolley Raleigh Toms Gregory Toney Lee and Bobbie Ann Towery Terry and Denise Transue Glenda Travis George and Gail Treusch Charles and Helen Trevathan Douglas Trexler Raymond and Claudia Trine James and Annie Trull Moultrie and Helen Truluck Brandon Tucker Cynthia Turnbull Jonnie Turner Lisa Tutor Hartford and Jeannette Tweed Ruth Unger Mark and Donna Upright Michael and Beverly Upright John van Alstyne Jimmie Gail Van Blaricom John and Donna Van Wezel Randall and Patricia Vanderbeek T. Vanderhoof Paul and Janet Vaughan Cathie Vaughn Barbara Veach

William and Eleanor Verigan Marvin and Jean Vierra William and Joyce Voelpel William and Mary Waddell Linda Waldrop Rolland and Marilyn Walk Irene Walker Jean Wall Edward Wallen George and Hilda Waller Robert and Rebecca Ward Debra Warfield Barbara Warren Harrison and Grace Warren John and Evetta Warren Washburn Charles Waters Donald Watrous William and Sarah Watts Bruce and Martha Weaver Cassie Webb Keith and Audrey Webb Bob Weems Bess Wehrlen Stuart Weidie Raymond and Carolyn Weidner Irwin and Esther Weil James and Thea Weilbaecher Eric and Evelyn Weinmann Beatrice Wells Charles and Darlene Wells Lewis Wells Bree Welmaker Wolfgang and Esta Wessolleck Judith Wesson Deborah West James and Lynne West Ronald and Barbara West Joan Westall Joseph and Ramona Westmoreland William and Mamie Whisenant Carolyn Whitaker Dempsey and Lores Whitaker Edwin and Mary Whitaker Alice White Michael White Patricia White Pink and Sarah White James and Virginia Whiting Roland and Mildred Whitmire Rufus Whitmire Janet Whitworth Richard Wiedeman Bob and Barb Wiggins J. Steven Wiggins Ruth Wiggins John Wilborn William and Michelle Wilcox


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Elzie Wilde Debra Wilkie Conrad and Sarah Williams Corwin and Debbie Williams David Williams Dean and Lorettta Williams James Williams Larry Williams Nancy Williams Rebecca Williams Suzanne Williams William and Evelyn Williams William and Kathy Willingham Tim Willis Anni Wilson Bertie Wilson Betty Wilson Doug and Brenda Wilson Gordon and Pamela Wilson Harold and Gail Wilson Mark and Tammi Wilson Mason and Barbara Wilson Randy and Sandra Wilson Richard Wilson Stephen Windisch John and Cindy Winkenwerder Dennis Winner Robert and Carolyn Wise Dwayne Wiseman Larry Wolfe Frank and Barbara Wondrasch Matthew and Kim Wood Patricia Woodard John and Suzanne Woodhouse James Woodruff, III James and Lynn Wooten Arthur and Polly Worley Lester Worley Donald Wright George and Martha Wright Janice Wright Paul Wright S. Wright Virginia Wright Robert and Elizabeth Wurst Douglas and Freida Wyatt J. Yarborough Frank and Janie Yeager Daniel Yost Glenn and Sue Young Helen Young Lewis Young Reginald and Patricia Young Virginia Young John and June Youngblood Edward Younger Dennis and Mary Younts Steve and Frosene Zeis

Joyce Zimmerman Sarah Zimmerman PLANNED GIFTS

Estate of Rex Wayne Moseley Estate of Shannon Coward Estate of Patsy Kirby Estate of Dorothy Kiser Estate of Margaret Shuey Estate of Robert Heiser Estate of Mildred and Clyde Wright

& CORPORATE SPONSORS 28806 Deli A Superior Painting A. G. Lawn Service AAC Wholesale Building Materials ABR Services Advanced Bath Tub & Tile Refinishing Agilysys, Inc. All Season Siding & Guttering Altria Group, Inc. American Bin and Conveyor, Inc. Apple Country Woodcrafters Asheville Bolt & Screw, Inc. Asheville Elevator Co., Inc. Asheville Fire Department Asheville Fire Protection Co, Inc. Asheville Maintenance & Construction, Inc. Asheville Paint and Powder Asheville Police Dept. Cadets Asheville Powertrain, Inc. Associated Pharmaceutical Services Asheville Tourists B&B Tobacconists Ball's Machine & Manufacturing Ball Photo Supply Camera Center BASF Corporation BellSouth - Matching Gift Center Best Buy Best Staffing Beta Omicron Chapter of Beta Signa Phi Beta Sigma Phi, Xi Delta Rho Beth Ha-Tephila Congregation Beverly-Hanks South BI-LO Biltmore Academy, LLC Biltmore Associates, Psychiatry & Psychology Blossman Propane Gas & Appliance Blue Ridge Paper Products, Inc. BlueCross BlueShield Bob & Denise's Classie Car Wash Bobby Deaver Trucking Bojangles of Western NC CHURCH

Borg Warner Bowen Brothers Brevard Builders, Inc. Brooks Forms & Systems Browning Enterprises Bullman Enterprise Buncombe Baptist Resource Center Burnsville Lions Club C & R Masonry C.E. Emery Construction, Inc. Calvary Baptist Calvary Chapel Food Bank Carnes and Woodard Builders, Inc. Carolina Arts-Craft & Hobby Carolina Christian School Carolina Hand Surgery Associates Carolina Specialist Construction Carquest Carver Realty Central NY Community Foundation Central UMC, Anna Circle Central UMC, Covenant Class Central UMC, Inquirers' SSC Central UMC, The Martha Circle Century 21 Mountain Lifestyles Cheese Wholesalers, Inc. Chestnut Grove Baptist Church Christ Love Pre-School Church of Penecost Citi-Stop Clay's Automotion, Inc. Clifton Lloyd Company CMP Media LLC Coca-Cola Cody Insurance Services Cole Vending Company Coli Critical Care Columbia Machine, Inc. Community Foundation of Henderson County Community Foundation of Western North Carolina Comprehensive Chiropractic Country Acres Mobile Home Park Cracker Barrel Craigowan Ltd. D. L. B. Properties Davis Technologies, LLC Dean Fountain Builder, Inc. DeBruhl's Used Cars Deltec Homes Development Resources Development Resources, Inc. Dixon-Hughes, PLLC Dodson Brothers Exterminating Company, INC. Dodson Litho/Printers, Inc. Dreamland Drive-In Theatre, Inc.


Dresser, Inc. E B J Incorporated Earth Fare Ebenezer Baptist Church Eblen Short Stop Edsel Grove Service Eggers Professional Services, Inc. Elk's Lodge #608 Elkwood United Methodist Women Emanuel Cathedral Church Emma UMC, Good News Class Etc. Consignment Shoppe Faith Missionary Baptist Church Family Life & Learning Center Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Asheville First Church of the Brethren Fletcher Limestone Company, Inc. Fletcher Lions Club FNGE Foundation FNSC Johnson Fund, Inc. Forest City Pallet Company, Inc. Fort Dodge Animal Health Foster Memorial SDA Church Francis Asbury Ladies' Bible Class Francis Asbury UMC, UMM Francis Asbury UMC-Men's Bible Study Class Francis Asbury United Methodist Gamma PSI Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi No. 5583 Gerber Ventures, LLC Girl Scouts Girl Scouts Troop 167 Gold Wing Road Rider Assoc. Grace Baptist Church Grace OB/GYN Great Smokies Medical Center Green's Property Management & Sales, Inc. Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc. Groves Printing H. Parsons, Inc. HT Hackney Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel Hayward Johnson Construction Haywood County Probation Office Hendersonville Printing Company High Street Baptist Church Hobson Construction Company, Inc. Hutton, Vincent, Williamson McLean Ins. Group Illinois Tool Works Foundation Ingle's #180 Ingles Markets, Inc. Ingram Machine, Inc. Intl. Broth. of Electrical Workers

Jan Davis Tire Company Johnson, Price & Sprinkle, P.A. Jolie De Shea's Hair Design & Boutique Jones & Peacock, Inc. Jubilee! Community, Inc. Kanupp Construction Keller Williams Professionals Kennilworth Book Club Kevin T. Fox, D.D.S., P.A. Kiwanis Club of West Asheville Land of the Sky Bassmasters Land of the Sky Corvette Club Lewis Real Estate Lions Clubs International Little Choo Choo Shop Inc. LOD Sportsbike Club Long, Parker, Warren & Jones, P. A. Mailman Mail Management Svcs. Main St. Baptist Friendship Class Marcis Auto Racing Matilda Dryman Circle of UMC MB Haynes Corporation McCarroll Construction, Inc. McClain Enterprises McCurry Drywall, Inc. McDonald's Corporate Office Meadowgreen Trailer Court Merck Partnership for Giving Meritor Automotive, Tool Room Mike Byer Auto & Truck Repair, Inc. Mission Healthcare Foundation Moe’s Southwest Grill Montmorenci United Methodist Morning Star UMC Mountain Design Architects Music City of Asheville Nesbitt Chapel UMC/Adult Class Network for Good New Leaf Academy of NC New Sun, Inc. Northup & McConnell, PLLC Optimist Club of Asheville, Inc. Order Ahepa Land Sky Chapter 28 Oslo Packing Company Parsec Financial Patla, Straus, Robinson & Moore Patla, Straus, Robinson, & Moore Pearsall Operating Company Pepsi-Cola Company Personal Creations, LLC Philip Morris USA Piney Mountain Baptist Church Adult Ladies Class Poinsettia Groves Print Pac Provost Guard, Oasis Temple Prudential Foundation Matching

Gifts Program Quality Fruit Packers Quality Recycling, LLC Ray V. Miller Enterprises Riddle's Body Shop Riverside Stump Dump, Inc. Robbinsville Lions Club Rotary Club of Arden Saint Gobain Abrasives, Inc. Sam Group, Inc. Sam's Club Service Distributing Compay Servicemaster P.B.M., Inc. of Asheville Shriner & Co., CPA, PA Silver-Line Plastics Corporation Smithtown Senior Citizen's Dept. Southeastern Container, Inc. Springwood Mobile Home Park Sprinkle-Shelton Company St. Barnabas Catholic Church St. Eugene Church St. Timothy's Anglican Mission Street Fair Super Lube, Inc Suttle's Quick Mart Taylor Motor Company, Inc. TDA Associates, Inc. Teamsters Local Union No. 61 Temple Baptist Church The Duke Endowment The Grain and Salt Society The Mountain Community School The Richard Eckerd Foundation, Inc Thompson Properties, Inc. Timberline Lumber Co. of Asheville Trexler Trucking, Inc. Trust-James McCallister/PNC Bank Unity Center of Christianity Valley Springs Lions Club Victory Baptist Church Wachovia Walmart #2806 Walmart Super Center Walnut Free Will Baptist Church Walnut Presbyterian Church West Asheville Church of God West Buncombe Elementary School Western Carolina Federation Western Chapel United Methodist Whitmire Monument Company, Inc. Wholesale Glass & Mirror Co. Wiggins-Hill, Inc. William L. Chambers, DDS PA Womens Civic Club of Asheville Woods Memorial Baptist Church


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Eliada's 2006 Annual Report