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A Sanctuary for the Spirit, A School for the Mind, A Joy for the Heart . . . and in 2013 A Shelter in the Storm! The programs that Highlands provides are some of the things I love best about ministry at Highlands. I love Summer Camp with the laughter of children, and hike day, and Thursday evening communion at the pond, and Friday night closing programs. And I love the Sr. High Retreat and recognizing kids who’ve been coming to Highlands throughout their youth . . . and looking forward to the day when they’ll join our summer staff. And I love leadership events, where church leaders from Denver Presbytery and the Presbytery of Plains and Peaks come together for thought provoking presentations, discussions around the table, and worship together. I love when Highlands is “A Sanctuary for the Spirit, a School for the Mind, and a Joy for the Heart.” But 2013 brought a very unique challenge, and in 2013 Highlands became “A Shelter in the Storm.” When unexpected rainfall brought flooding to the mountains and foothills communities, I was on vacation. My cell phone rang in England, and the American Red Cross asked if we could open as a shelter . . . at 1:30 a.m. And we did. I am so proud of our on-site staff and volunteers who opened our doors and sheltered over 100 people in the midst of a 1000 year flood. And I am so grateful to staff and volunteers who helped us to “muck-out” and clean-up and repair so that we could re-open for guests. And I am deeply grateful to the donors who helped us overcome the loss of $60,000 in guest revenue when roads remained closed and getting to Highlands was difficult . . . even for the dedicated. And Highlands will continue to be “A Shelter in the Storm.” As I write this, we are meeting with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and long-term recovery volunteer coordinators in both Boulder and Larimer Counties. Highlands is ideally located to provide housing for volunteers coming from around the nation to help with long-term recovery. And long-term recovery in Lyons, and Estes Park, and Drake and Glen Haven will take years. And we will be a partner to help! As we think about the last year, and look at photos and plan for the coming year, we are grateful! The ministry of Highlands is possible because of the grace of God and the generosity of congregations and individuals who believe in this important ministry . . . Sanctuary, School, Joy and Shelter! Thank you!

Maria Shupe


Please Donate Online at www.highlandscamp.org


2013 by the Numbers In 2013, Highlands had 16,338 guest days. We estimate that we lost approximately 1775 guest days from September 13th to the end of the year due to flooding, road closures and inaccessibility. This represented approximately $60,000 in lost generated revenue. It is through the generosity of congregations and individuals who made unrestricted gifts that helped to make up this shortfall.

Highlands continues to gradually pay down the mortgage on the Retreat Center. Our current mortgage balance is $1,345,299. In July, we will make a principle reduction payment. We will also pay off our Line of Credit which currently has a balance of $78,000. A matching gift from a generous donor will double your gift to make fulfilling these commitments possible.

$100,000 Matching Gift . . . Generosity and Faithful Stewardship Generosity abounds and faithful stewardship moves us closer and closer to eliminating our debt. For 2014, a very special matching gift has been made available to Highlands. If we are able to raise $100,000 for debt reduction by June 15th, a generous individual will match those donations with an additional $100,000. This will enable us to meet our mid-year principle reduction and pay off our Line of Credit by July 1st. To sweeten the pot . . . a first installment of this matching grant will be made at the end of March, matching every dollar we have raised to date. And paying down our debt early reduces our interest due each month. Your gift – early in 2014 – can can help reduce our total annual interest and reduce our debt. Enclosed in this calendar you’ll find a donation envelope. Please indicate that your gift is given for “Debt Reduction” and it will be matched! Or go online to www.highlandscamp.org and use the “Donate” button. Your faithful stewardship combined with this generous matching gift will move us closer to eliminating our debt. Thank you!!


Letter from the Highlands Committee Moderator Dear Highlands Family, It is an honor and privilege for me to serve another year as moderator of the Highlands Committee. The committee is comprised of nine members from the Presbytery of Plains and Peaks and nine members from the Denver Presbytery. It is a diverse group of people who oversee the operation of the retreat center and camp. The members have many talents and come from various backgrounds. They all share a strong commitment to the ministry of Highlands. The committee hopes that you enjoy this calendar and as you use it, you remember God’s daily faithfulness. Highlands has been a demonstration of that faithfulness for 68 years. After the flood in September, Highlands became a shelter in the storm for evacuees. Staff members living on-site, opened the retreat center to provide food and shelter to flood victims. Highlands suffered some flood damage which has been repaired. Groups have returned and the year is in full swing. Visiting Highlands gives you the opportunity to witness God’s love at work in the people walking in the halls and on the grounds. You hear it in the laughter and chatter of children working with their summer camp counselors. You also hear it in the joyful squeals as people ride the zip line. You hear it in the quiet whir of sewing machines of quilting groups. You hear it in the hymns being sung in worship and in the silence of people in prayer. You also see God’s faithfulness in the faces of guests, campers, counselors and staff. Lives are being transformed every day at Highlands. The Highlands Committee wants to thank you for your continued support. We are looking forward to a great year in our majestic mountains. Blessings,

Ruth Lewis Moderator

Meet the Highlands Committee The Highlands Committee is made up of 9 members from the Presbytery of Plains and Peaks and 9 members from the Presbytery of Denver. Tom Sheffield, Presbytery Pastor from the Presbytery of Denver; and Maria Shupe, Executive Director of Highlands, also serve on this committee. We are grateful to each of these individuals for their service to Highlands. The Highlands Committee meets four times a year. Committee members also participate in special events like the Mt. Meeker Dinner, the Annual Christmas Party, and our fall and spring work days. Each member of the Highlands Committee also serves on one of six subcommittees. These subcommittees focus on various aspects of our ministry: Program, Finance, Operations, Development, Personnel and Marketing. Each subcommittee includes additional members who bring expertise in these areas. If you would like to share your expertise by volunteering to serve on one of these subcommittees, please contact Maria Shupe at maria@highlandscamp.org.

Joint Highlands Camp Committee Class of 2014

Presbytery of Plains and Peaks Bruce Jones John Irons Sue Spencer

Denver Presbytery Mary Price Sandy Prouty Lance Grothe

Class of 2015 Phil Miller Jim Nussbaumer Diane Kenning

Jack Cabaness Bill McNeill,Vice Moderator Nancy Dixon

Class of 2016

Gary Forbes Karen Werhman Verniece Vafeades

John Hess Walt Duncan Ruth Lewis, Moderator (one-year Term)

Ambassadors Highlands Ambassadors share information about Highlands programs – from summer youth camps to family reunions and group retreats – with their congregations on a regular basis through bulletin, newsletter, minutes for mission and other appropriate means. You too can help Highlands by sharing information about our ministry and upcoming events. Check each month’s calendar page for an Ambassador Update . . . and spread the good news!


Growing in Faith – It’s What We’re About! How does Highlands differ from a regular summer camp you might ask? It’s because, in addition to being committed to safety and fun like other camps, at Highlands we are solidly committed to sharing the love of Jesus Christ in an outdoor setting. We feature Christ-centered daily Bible studies, worship, and campfire experiences led by our trained and expert staff. Our programs are enhanced by the beauty of God’s creation in which we are able to explore, learn, and grow. What sets Highlands summer camps apart is our goal of helping your child grow in faith and their relationship with God!

The Bible Study Theme for the Summer of 2014 is “In God’s Time”

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“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 Each day at camp, we will focus on a different season of the church year, and explore that holy time, even in the midst of today’s culture.

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Ambassador Update: Now is the time to invite your Mission Committee to the Highlands Mt. Meeker dinner in March. Here they’ll hear the stories of those who provide significant financial support to Highlands. Summer Camp materials are at your church and online registration is available. Highlands also offers Day Camp to 14 partner churches this summer – request an application for your church now.

Dear Highlands, I have been a camper for the past 7 years and camp has always been what I looked forward to most each summer. I made the best friends and the best memories here. Seeing as I’m as senior, leaving this year was not easy. I just wanted to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to come to camp for all these years; I had the time of my life! - Samantha

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Elementary Music, Art, and Drama (MAD) Camp Does your child love unleashing their creative side? Then Highlands’ new Elementary MAD camp might be perfect for them! Campers will sing, paint, and act – preparing a short program for closing on Friday afternoon – in addition to participating in all their favorite camp activities: archery, canoeing, Bible study and more! Join us June 22nd-27th! A closing performance will be offered for parents on Friday at 3:00 p.m.

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Ambassador Update: Summer Camp Volunteers make all the difference! Now is

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Is your child’s school looking for a location for a Spring or Fall Environmental Education overnight? Highlands is the perfect location! Contact Kathy at sales@highlandscamp.org.

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Looking for a week of adventure and service? This week will combine our popular adventure camp with a service project here on-site at Highlands. Two days will be spent encountering God in our popular adventure activities, like rock climbing, and then two days will be spent encountering God, serving beside one another. June 29-July 3. Check-In: Sunday at 4:00 p.m.; Check-Out: Thursday at 4:00 p.m.

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Senior High Leadership (SHL - for entering 9th-12th graders)

In this fun-filled week of camp you will learn more about yourself as you develop important leadership skills. SHL campers will get the opportunity to create and lead younger campers in some of their favorite camp games, in addition to getting to participate in all their favorite camp activities from canoeing to zip lining and more. Interested in serving on Highlands Summer Program Staff in a couple years??? This is the camp for you!! Plan now to join us June 15th -20th.

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Members of the Mount Meeker Society are those who have given $1000 or more annually to Highlands Presbyterian Camp and Retreat Center Members of the Mount Meeker Society are invited to a special dinner to thank you for your generosity! We hope that you will join us and bring a guest! Mount Meeker Society Dinner

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denied the opportunity to come to camp because of costs. Scholarship applications are available online at www.highlandscamp.org. Your gift to scholarships helps us to provide this opportunity to everyone who asks!

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Sunday, March 9th 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center Join us on that Sunday as we “spring forward” … we promise you’ll be headed down the mountain before dark!

2013 Mount Meeker Society Members Akron, First Presbyterian Church Anna Pauline Henry Fenicle Trust Anonymous (5) David & Julie Bartlett Delaney Bensler David & Laura Bentley Berthoud, First Presbyterian Church Boulder, First Presbyterian Church Boulder, Valmont Community Presbyterian Church Anne & Bob Bourland Brighton, First Presbyterian Church Broomfield, Presbyterian Church of Broomfield Bill Davis & Katie Robb-Davis Davis Family Foundation Day-Larsen Pedersen Insurance, LLC Denver, Calvary Presbyterian Church Peggy Dueber Walter & Mary Ruth Duncan

Daylight Savings Time Begins Mt. Meeker Dinner; 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

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2013 Mount Meeker Society Members (continued) Englewood, Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Estes Park, Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies Darrel & Patricia Fenton Stephanie & Bryan Fritz Ft. Collins, First Presbyterian Church Ft. Collins, Westminster Presbyterian Church Sibyl Goerner Gene & Barbara Harano Larry & Deborah Harris Ray & Connie Hauser Steven & JoAnne Heckman John B. Irons, Jr. Bruce Jones Reverend Patrick Jordan Louise Jouard Leonard & Kathleen Kellogg Mark & Diane Kenning Kimball, First Presbyterian Church of Kimball Cleon & Betty Kimberling Don & Barbara Korrey Mark & Julie Laitos Lakewood, Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church LaSalle, First Presbyterian Church Jim & Julie Lays Don & Ruth Lewis Neil & Judy Lindstrom Littleton, First Presbyterian Church Longmont, Faith Community Lutheran Church Longmont, Westview Presbyterian Church Loveland, Mountain View Presbyterian Church Mallgren & Ferrell, P.C. Loren Maxey Roy McConkey Frank & Carol Medsker James & Kathleen Miller Phil Miller Cathy & Jim Monkman Gerald Mordhorst & Jane Olson Mordhorst Russ & Judy Napier Kent & Jane Nelson

Annely & Geoff Noble Ginger Norman Northern Colorado Koinonia Northglenn, Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church Jim & Carol Nussbaumer Sam & Kathlyn Oltmans Katie & DR Palmer Parker, Providence Presbyterian Church Presbytery of Denver Presbytery of Plains and Peaks Elizabeth Price Paul Rekow & Stephanie Johnson Fred & Patty Roecker Bill & Nancy Rogers Brad & Mary Sue Rohwer Joan & Lyndel Saxbury Michael & Terri Schantz Scottsbluff, First Presbyterian Church LaVeda Sears Mark & Jayne Sears Maria Shupe Mac & Mary Smith Sterling, First Presbyterian Church Sue Strom Greg & Wendy Supron Peter & Jean Supron John & Mo Sweet Synod of the Rocky Mountains Frank & Ginny Thompson Timnath, Timnath Presbyterian Church Janet & Matthew Walworth David & Sarah Wasson Tom Weathers Beverly & Larry Webber William & Marie Wenger Nancy & Al White Paul & Marcia Wiener James Williams Karen & Don Yandell


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You and Me Camp (Formerly Grandparent/Grandchild and Mother/Daughter) This is a wonderful opportunity for grandparents and grandchildren, parents and children to spend quality time together, sharing their faith and making memories that will last a lifetime. You will stay in cabins and participate in daily activities that include Bible study, hikes, games, crafts, storytelling, singing, and exploring God’s creation. Join our experienced staff in the beauty of Highlands’ setting, where the young, and the young at heart, learn from each other during this unique experience.

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Ambassador Update: Join us for our Spring Workday on Saturday, May 17th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We’ll provide lunch and tools; we just need willing hands. Let us know you are coming by emailing info@highlandscamp.org

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“I don’t think I will ever forget all the love that I can feel at Highlands. The atmosphere can be so fun, so touching and inspirational . . . . We all grow so close through our laughter, tears and of course, through God.” - Allie

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“Seeing is Believing” June 27, July 18 & July 25 “Seeing is Believing” is a chance to see the joy of Summer Camp. Join us at 4:00 p.m. for a tour and update about Highlands. At 5:00 p.m. we’ll join the Summer Camp Closing Picnic and Celebration. You’ll hear stories from the week, see photos of our Summer Camp in action, and experience the joy campers feel at the close of camp. Let us know you’re coming by sending an email to registrar@highlandscamp.org. Seeing is believing!

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Ambassador Update: Is your church’s youth group looking

for a summer activity? Come spend a day in the mountains . . . play on the pond, ride the zipline, join us for lunch . . . or stay late enough for a campfire. We’d love to have you come for a day . . . or two. Contact Kathy at sales@highlandscamp.org.

“Dear Sponser, Thank you for paying for us. My favorite thing to do at camp is FOB. Whoever you are, thank you!” - Collin

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Ambassador Update: Summer Staff

Training begins on June 2nd, and our first campers arrive on June 15th. Please pray for our summer staff, campers, day camp partners and mission work camp teams. These are busy days! If you’d like to see what it is all about, join us for “Seeing is Believing.” These Friday nights include our cookout and a rich taste of joy that is summer camp!


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2013 Volunteers of the Year Buddy Jones worked at Highlands for over 13 years. In May

2012, while coming down from the water tank, Buddy rolled his ATV and was seriously injured. What followed was over 14 months of surgery, physical therapy and recovery. In the summer of 2013, Buddy asked to come back to Highlands as a volunteer. He moved into Solitaire cabin and began doing projects for us. He agreed to work 20 hours per week in return for room and board. As summer ended, and we prepared to close Solitaire, Buddy was invited to move into Bluebird and continue his volunteer arrangement. When the floods hit in September, Buddy joined five on-site staff in providing shelter for neighbors in our community, and protecting our property. Buddy’s history at Highlands gave him the expertise to know what areas to check for flooding. Buddy spent long hours in the backhoe and skid steer re-routing water to prevent flooding in Antelope and to reduce erosion on our roads. Buddy carefully checked basements and other areas to make sure the water was not entering buildings. And when the floods were over, Buddy spent all day, every day, for weeks in the backhoe repairing roads. Recent visitors to Highlands have remarked that our “roads are in better shape than they were before the flood.” That compliment is the result of many hours of work by Buddy Jones. Buddy continues to live on-site and volunteer. When the wind blows and the power goes out, or snow flies, Buddy is the first one up and out . . . checking buildings, plowing roads, making sure that everything is safe. It is a joy to have Buddy as our on-site volunteer. His love for Highlands runs deep. His experience is invaluable and his commitment is unfailing. Buddy loves Highlands, and we love Buddy! It is a joy to recognize Buddy Jones as our 2013 Distinguished Volunteer.

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Ambassador Update: Fall Sunday School is up and running.

Now is the time to plan your church’s Confirmation retreat, youth retreat or session retreat at Highlands! Remember, we book groups a year in advance, so get your date today!

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Volunteers Make ALL the Diffeerence One of the tasks in preparing materials for this calendar is looking through the many pictures that we have taken over the last year. As I spent hours looking at pictures, one thing jumped out at me . . . volunteers make all the difference at Highlands! You can be a weekly volunteer . . . Don and Ruth Lewis come up most Mondays. Ruth helps out in the office and answers phones while we are in staff meeting. Don always has a project or “fix-its” to help with. We’d love to have volunteers every day! You can come for a week . . . Geoff Noble gives us two weeks a year . . . replacing flooring, fixing clogged drains, working with Mission Work Camp to build the new amphitheater. One of the things Geoff , and many other volunteers, have enjoyed is learning to drive our heavy equipment. The skid steer is his big favorite. You can help with a special need . . . John Winchester is a water engineer . . . and former camper, summer staff, and year round staff member. John lends us his expertise when we review our water plan and meet with the Water Commissioner.

“Hello, my name is Dany. I recently got home from a week of Adventure Camp at Highlands. It’s easy to say it was the best time I’ve had all year. . . .For me camp is a time where you feel extra special, more loved.”

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Volunteers (continued) Or maybe you know how to get an ancient grader rolling, or fix a generator, and clean and maintain our mountain bikes. The Highlands Committee and subcommittees are all volunteers . . . and they bring many kinds of expertise to our ministry together. Our annual auction is filled with beautiful works of art . . . all donated by folks who love Highlands. And summer camp just wouldn’t be summer camp without volunteer directors, and volunteer nurses. Volunteers make all the difference! If you would like to volunteer at Highlands, please contact Maria Shupe or any staff member and we’ll talk about how you can help make all the difference!

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“My mom went to Highlands and that’s how I found out about it so in 2008 I came! 2013 was my 6th year at Highlands and 5th year at MAD camp; in the last 5 years I have made friends that have changed my life. I’ve met people who’ve given me knowledge I couldn’t have gotten anywhere else. By the time I graduate I will have been at Highlands for 8 years and will hopefully work there as soon as possible after that. Highlands has given me a place where I can take all my outside issues and through them away for a week. Highlands has taught me about God, acceptance, and all around just having fun - Ekko

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Ambassador Update: Your year-end gift makes

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SATURDAY

Martin Luther King Junior Day


The Hollars Society The Hollars Society recognizes those individuals who share the philanthropic spirit of Highlands’ founder, Reverend Andrew Hollars, and who have invested in Highlands’ future through planned gifts. You can become a Hollars Society member when you name Highlands in your will, as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, or as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, or establish a life income arrangement such as: a Charitable gift annuity, Charitable remainder trust, or Charitable lead trust. To notify Highlands of these arrangements, please contact Executive Director, Maria Shupe.

Walter Duncan Barbara Evert Reverend Jane Hays Louise Jouard Cleon & Betty Kimberling Ethel Lindstrom Roland (Mac) & Karen Schneller McDonald Janet Schlenker Mark & Jayne Sears Lola J. Shepherd Janet & Matthew Walworth

2013 Gifts in Memory Andrew Asmus Marge Ball Jean Bernath Dr. & Mrs. J.W. Byers Lanny Conrad Gary L. Dicks Mary Ruth Y. Duncan (Multiple Gifts) Dorothy Durham Geraldine Eckroth Dave Elliott Duane Fisher Dorothy June Geller (Multiple Gifts) Nell Gibson Dorothy I. Gorrell Nathan Gray Fayma Hill Anne T. Hopkins Shirley Lang Becky Ross Lausch Hervey Macferran Daryn Marsh Dorothy McConkey Arliss Monk Mother Bill & Alma Raukohl Laura Richard Royal Robertson Rev. Ivan Rundus Richard A. Rutherford Matt Safford (Multiple Gifts) Chaplain (Lt. Col) Simon H. Scott, Jr. Donald L. Snavely (Multiple Gifts) Dave Strom (Multiple Gifts) Nick Supron Troyce Turner Martin Walworth (Multiple Gifts) Miriam Webb David John Welker Marie Wollenzien Dean Yonts

Emails Donors, if you would like less mail, please email info@highlandscamp.org or call 303-747-2888 to request a giving statement at the end of the year instead of individual gift receipts throughout the year.


2013 Gifts in Kind Many folks donate “Gifts in Kind� to Highlands. These include all of the beautiful items made for our annual auction, the lovely wooden crosses one donor is making for each sleeping room in the Retreat Center, gifts of lamb for special dinners, and many other items that enrich the ministry of Highlands. We are grateful to all those who support our ministry with the work of their hands, their gifts of time, and their financial resources! Laurene Aldrich & Arlene Jones Allenspark Senior Advisory Committee Kenneth & Cynthia Anderle Bob & Dixie Anders Anonymous Artsource Aurora, Smoky Hills United Methodist Church Bill & Kellie Barnes Mary Beason Boulder, First Presbyterian Church Broomfield, Presbyterian Church of Broomfield Eileen Burnley Craig & Karen Butler Gerda Campbell Sheryl Champ Jacob & Ariel Cortez Brad Cunningham Bill Davis & Katie Robb-Davis Peggy Dueber John & Beth Elvig Jean Emslie Sharon Erwin Eileen Frieman Ft. Collins, First Presbyterian Church Donna Genitempo Joyce Genord Lynn & Nancy Goin Carole Gourley Nancy & Herb Greenwood

Kathy & Dan Griffee Michael Hanratty Anne Harris-Cross Stuart & Eka Hilgenberg Interfaith Quilters John B. Irons, Jr. Kathleen & Terry Kasprzak Mark & Diane Kenning Cleon & Betty Kimberling Jamie Kirkpatrick Jan & Mike Lawrence Donna Lehr Don & Ruth Lewis Phyllis Limiero Phyllis Lindburg Littleton, First Presbyterian Church Longmont, Central Presbyterian Church Longmont, Westview Presbyterian Church Marlene Marshall Carol Mathews Susan & Anthony McColl William & Harriet McNeill Edith McNeill Frank & Carol Medsker Phil Miller Cathy & Jim Monkman Cindy Monserud Jan Myers Annely & Geoff Noble

Ginger Norman Jim & Carol Nussbaumer Kevin & Jan Olsen Norval Olson Kent & Shirley Payne Sandy & Mick Pearl Pieceable Friends Quilt Guild Mary Price Quaking Aspen Quilt Guild Melba Redwine Susan Richardson Brad & Mary Sue Rohwer Matt & Sandy Safford Joan & Lyndel Saxbury Michael & Terri Schantz Shirley Shannon Maria Shupe Jason Shupe Russ & Debbie Skinner Diane Snively Greg & Leann Starlin Synod of the Rocky Mountains Timnath, Timnath Presbyterian Church Ruth Tisdale Joan Turner Kent & Patricia Waltermire Pat Wick Todd & Kerry Yates Marilyn & Fred Yates Frank Zurey

2013 Gifts in Honor of... Beals Family Delaney Bensler Hannah & Maria Bond Amanda Brandt Emma Brandt (Multiple Gifts) Jordan Goodall Katie Goodall (Multiple Gifts) Leon & Marilyn Greever Jane Hays Betty & Cleon Kimberling 60th Anniversary Cleon & Betty Kimberling (Multiple Gifts) Koehler Family Lester and Elizabeth Nickless Marylee & John Nunlee Oldt Family My parents Reverend Scott & Julie Phillips Mary Price Ardis Rohwer Mark Sears Don & Mary Terrie Snavely Families Ashley, Corinne, and Andrew Taetz Family Betty Willis Marilyn Yates


2013 Honor Roll of Donors Katherine Acott Florence Adams Lynn & Brock Adams-Landon Bob & Kathy Addleman Akron, First Presbyterian Church Laurene Aldrich & Arlene Jones Carol Alford Carole Allen Allenspark Senior Advisory Committee American Federation of Government Employees Local 1105 Julie & Kurt Ammon Kenneth & Cynthia Anderle Bob & Dixie Anders Norma Andersen Gerald & Carolyn Anderson Mariette Anderson Anna Pauline Henry Fenicle Trust Anonymous (35) Tchaun Armstrong Virginia Arter Artsource Jean Ashley Mary Fran Asmus Aurora, Smoky Hills United Methodist Church Mark & Darbi Baab Nancy & Ralph Bachus James & Karen Baer Roger & Bonnie Baird Patty Baker Jerry Barker Bill & Kellie Barnes David & Julie Bartlett Gary & Sandra Beals Mary Beason Bradford & Peg Beeler Edie Bell Ralph & Mary Bender

Diana & Rob Bennett Delaney Bensler David & Laura Bentley Hope Benton Elemer Bernath Berthoud, First Presbyterian Church John & Nancy Bierschwale Jeff Binder Stephen & Kinder Blacke Reverend Dwight Blackstock & Angela Blackstock Donald & Rosalie Boggs Judy & Gene Bolles Bob Born D. Bruce & Cathy Bosley Boulder, First Presbyterian Church Boulder, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Boulder, Valmont Community Presbyterian Church Anne & Bob Bourland Ken & Sheryl Bovee Gary Boyack Alexander & Sally Bracken The Bransen Family Bob & Shirley Briggs Randy & Terry Brigham Brighton, First Presbyterian Church Raleigh & Edith Brooks Broomfield, Presbyterian Church of Broomfield Fran Brusberg Katie Buechner Joan Buhlmann Fred & Virginia Bunning Helen M. Burgener Trust Gail Burger Mary Burger Eileen Burnley Craig & Karen Butler Camp Timberline

Corrin Campbell & Gregg Ten Eyck Gerda Campbell Audrey & Max Campfield Donald & Audrey Carey Andy & Jinny Carhartt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carlsen Patricia Caro Lynn & Mary Carpenter Sheryl Champ Liz & Scott Chaney Craig & Marilyn Chester J. Thomas & Beverly Clark Nancy & Wayne Clegern Colorado Koinonia Colleen Conrad Sue Cornman-Littman & Mike Littman Jacob & Ariel Cortez John Cousins Robin Cuany Brad Cunningham John & Julie Daniel Janet Davidson Bill Davis & Katie Robb-Davis Davis Family Foundation Day-Larsen Pedersen Insurance, LLC William & Christine Deegan Beverly & Lyle Dehning Joseph & Ann DeMers Denver, Calvary Presbyterian Church Denver, Hammi Presbyterian Community NCD Denver, India Pakistan Lutheran Church Denver, St. Joseph's Catholic Church Denver, St. Vincent DePaul School & Church Denver, Wellshire Presbyterian Church


2013 Honor Roll of Donors - continued Wendy DeValois Reverend Donald Dhonau & Nan Choteau-Dhonau Carolyn Dickinson Martha Dicks Mary Ann Dimand & Sheeyun Chun Woo Park Thomas & Virginia Dinardo Daniel & Nancy D'Ippolito Joanne Dobie Reverend Bob Dooling & Sylvia Dooling Elizabeth Douma Lawson & Suzanne Drinkard Peggy Dueber Walter & Mary Ruth Duncan John & Diane Dynes David & Betsey Eggler Elbert, Elbert Presbyterian Church Benjamin & Gina Ellis John & Beth Elvig Jean Emslie David & Maureen Engelhardt Englewood, Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Sue Ericson Sharon Erwin Mr. & Mrs. John C. Estes Estes Park, Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies Robert & Dorothy Evans Carol Farnsworth & Larry Armstrong Preston & Gera Fayas Timothy & Dewi Feaver Darrel & Patricia Fenton Martha Fitzpatrick Margery Foote Nancy Foster John Francis Jean Frazier

Tom & Babette Frazier Ernest Freund Nancy Friday Eileen Frieman Tim & Carol Fries Stephanie & Bryan Fritz Ft. Collins, First Presbyterian Church Ft. Collins, Westminster Presbyterian Church Lizzie & Collin Garner Donna Genitempo Joyce Genord Georgetown, First Presbyterian Church Bayne Gibson Bud & Shirley Gillespie Dr. Wilma Gillespie Vicky Glanz Joyce Glazier Sibyl Goerner Lynn & Nancy Goin Golden, Spirit of the Mountain Lutheran Church Bill & Lisa Gooch Goodrich, Weldon Valley Presbyterian Church Barbara & Charles Goodwin Gordon, First Presbyterian Church Gordon Gorrell Carole Gourley John & Elizabeth Graf Brenda Grant Margaret Grant Roger & Connie Gray Alice Green-Shepherd Judith Greenwood Nancy & Herb Greenwood Jeanne Grether Kathy & Dan Griffee Nancy Grimes

Kent I. & Fredrika S. Groff Reverend Lance Grothe Karl & Bettye Gruber Fritz & JoAnn Guenther Russell & Barbara Guy Lynn Hahn Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Hall Zelma Hall Karen Halualani Robert & Carolyn Hampel Michael Hanratty Gene & Barbara Harano Larry & Deborah Harris Ronald Harris & Priscilla Nelson Anne Harris-Cross Margo Hartman Dick & Dottie Harvey Ray & Connie Hauser Steven & JoAnne Heckman Suzanne & Ron Hedrick Ruth Heepke Brian Heller Raymond & Carol Heltenberg John & Sue Henderson Rob Herb Rebecca & Thomas Herman Susan & Tony Herold Reverend John & Valerie Hess Carol Hetzel Beth Hewlett Donald & Patricia Heyse Stuart & Eka Hilgenberg Bob & Margie Hladik Marsha & Ken Hobert Dale & Deborah Hoerner Gail Hoffman Linda Holt J.L. & Joann Hooper Herbert & Barbara Hoover Randy & Marian Hope Rory & Sheryl Hough


2013 Honor Roll of Donors - continued Katherine Huelskamp Lisa Humphrey iGive Interfaith Quilters John B. Irons, Jr. Robert & Mary Jacobs Chuck & Joyce Jerke Reverend Stan & Marty Jewell Nancy Jianakoplos Ray & Janie Johnson Bruce Jones Reverend Patrick Jordan Louise Jouard Jeff & Carol Kane Carl Kantner Kristie & Craig Karn Kathleen & Terry Kasprzak Phyllis Kauffman Wayne & Joyce Keim Edward R. Kellenberger G. Kent & Janet Keller James & Grace Kelley Leonard & Kathleen Kellogg Mark & Diane Kenning Thomas & Tamela Kenning Bobbie Lou Kessler Kimball, First English Evangelical Lutheran Church Kimball, First Presbyterian Church of Kimball Cleon & Betty Kimberling Jamie Kirkpatrick Jan Kirkpatrick Kenneth & Mary Klopfenstein Don & Barbara Korrey Kevin & Michelle Kozel Ron & Nancy Kreinbring Lois & Brent Kruger Dan & Carolyn Kube John & Carol LaBorde Mark & Julie Laitos

Lakewood, First Presbyterian Church Lakewood, Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church Helen Larson LaSalle, First Presbyterian Church Jan & Mike Lawrence Jim & Julie Lays Leadville, First Presbyterian Church Ila Leavy Christopher Leh & Natalie Hanlon-Leh Jim & Ann Leh Donna Lehr Dick & Barbara Lengel Richard & Marilyn Levere Don & Ruth Lewis Phyllis Limiero Phyllis Lindburg Neil & Judy Lindstrom Littleton, First Presbyterian Church Littleton, St. James Presbyterian Church Maisie Livengood James & Marian Logan Marjorie & Robert Logan Longmont, Central Presbyterian Church Longmont, Faith Community Lutheran Church Longmont, Westview Presbyterian Church Kim Lookis Eric & Jan Lord Loveland, Galilee Baptist Church Loveland, Mountain View Presbyterian Church Janet & Robert Ludlum Judy Luppens-Huntley Ken & Fran Mallett Mallgren & Ferrell, P.C. Nancy & David Mann

Noelle Marks Vaundeen & Dennis Marsh Keith & Charlotte Marshall Marlene Marshall Donald & Dorothy Martin Pauline Martin Benjamin Mason Robert & Carol Matchett Carol Mathews Noel & Joyce Matthews Ruth Maughan Jane Mauro Loren Maxey Joan & James Maxwell Jim & Mary McCarron Debra A. McCloud Susan & Anthony McColl Roy McConkey Carla McConnell Pamela J. McCoy Donald McCrimmon Roland (Mac) & Karen Schneller McDonald Kathy McGannon Mr. & Mrs. Glenn McGlathery Edith McNeill William & Harriet McNeill Frances & Patrick McWilliams Susan Meale Frank & Carol Medsker Tom & Kristi Mekelburg Amy Merchant Everett & Joan Meredith Kent & Betty Meyer Frank Middleton James & Kathleen Miller Phil Miller Sharon & John Miller Bob & Carol Mondt Cathy & Jim Monkman Cindy Monserud

Bob & Corinne Moore Melvin & Geraldine Moore Gerald Mordhorst & Jane Olson Mordhorst David Morehead Beth & Morgan Moxley Paul & Mary Ellen Moyer John & Janet Mulay Winona & Jimmy Musser Jan Myers Nancy Nagy Russ & Judy Napier Selena Naumoff Nederland, Nederland Community Presbyterian Church Steven & Anita Nein Bill & Dottie Nelson Kent & Jane Nelson Jim & Betty Niquette Steve & Dayna Nixon Annely & Geoff Noble Ginger Norman Mike & Frances Norris Northern Colorado Koinonia Northglenn, Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church Jim & Carol Nussbaumer Perk & Betty Odell Odells Partnership Raymond Oetting Kevin & Jan Olsen George & Frances Olson June Olson Norval Olson Sam & Kathlyn Oltmans Thomas & Claudia Osa Allen & Marcia Page Bobbe Palmer Katie & DR Palmer Anne N. Parberry


2013 Honor Roll of Donors - continued Parker, Providence Presbyterian Church Daryl & Lana Payne Kent & Shirley Payne Ron & Cindy Payne Sandy & Mick Pearl Carol Pearson David & Emily Peeples John & Judy Pehrson Mike & Christine Perkins Patricia Pfaff Pieceable Friends Quilt Guild Donna Pierce Reverends John & Annie Piper Presbyterian Foundation Presbytery of Denver Presbytery of Plains and Peaks Elizabeth Price Mary Price Tanna Prince John Prock Quaking Aspen Quilt Guild Mary Talmage Rada & Matthew Schroer Joan Rader Shirley Rarey Jennifer Fix Reck Melba Redwine Gerome & Norma Reeve Paul Rekow & Stephanie Johnson Barbara Reuteler Walter Richards Susan Richardson David & Lisa Rickman Dave & Laurie Rittersbacher Diane Ritzdorf Edith Robertson Rosalind Robin & Arthur Bullington Fred & Patty Roecker Bill & Nancy Rogers Ardis Rohwer Brad & Mary Sue Rohwer

Julie Romero Larry & Sheri Roos Betty Rowley Runaway Quilters Sara A. Rundus Sally Rush Sara & Joshua Rushman Ann Rutherford Mary Lou Rutherford Scott & Lisa Rutherford Matt & Sandy Safford Daniel & Elizabeth Saperstein Dorothy Savory Joan & Lyndel Saxbury Kit Schantz Michael & Terri Schantz Roger & Diane Schenk William & Helen Schmalhorst Sandra Schuster Scottsbluff, First Presbyterian Church LaVeda Sears Mark & Jayne Sears Sedgwick, Community Presbyterian Church Dan & Sarah Seedorf Dean & Paula Seger Terri Shaffer Denise & Jerry Shannon Shirley Shannon Duane & Dorothy Shearer Grant & Patricia Sherwood Jason Shupe Maria Shupe Sue Siferd Philip Sinroll Russ & Debbie Skinner Melvin & Faith Skold Jay & Caroline Smith Mac & Mary Smith Kile & Laura Snider Diane Snively Phyllis Sparks

Reverend Sue Spencer William & Mary Starker Greg & Leann Starlin Sterling, First Presbyterian Church Haddon & LaVonne Stermer Cindy Stevens Charles & Fan Steward Jim & Beverly Stockwell Strasburg, Strasburg Presbyterian Church Sue Strom Greg & Wendy Supron Peter & Jean Supron Charles & Pamela Surratt Delbert & Vera Swanson John & Mo Sweet Synod of the Rocky Mountains Barbara & Jeff Thompson Frank & Ginny Thompson Sheila & John Thompson Ray & Leatrice Thurston Timnath, Timnath Presbyterian Church Ruth Tisdale David & Emily Tueting Charlotte Tupps Joan Turner Laura & Ronald Uchida Keri Underwood Dick & Elaine Valente Gary & Louise Vance Reverend Peter & Lavona Vanderveen Theresa Varnado Ruth Vazquez Clarke & Patricia Vestal Harold & Sharon Waag Dennis & Janet Waide Kent & Patricia Waltermire Janet & Matthew Walworth Christina Ward Hanna Warren Knight & Mary Jane Washburn

David & Sarah Wasson Tom Weathers Beverly & Larry Webber John Wehmer Patricia A. Welker Wayne & Rochelle Wendell Beverly & Randy Wenger William & Marie Wenger Caitlin & Steve Werth Western Union Foundation Westminster, Westminster Presbyterian Church Fred & Jan Westover JoAnne & Jim White Nancy & Al White Pat Wick Pat & Don Wickstrom Paul & Marcia Wiener Ivan & Ginger Wilkinson Jim & Anna Wilkinson James Williams Joann M. Williams Betty Willis Jim & Lory Wilson Joy & Milo Wilson Susan Wolfe Donald Wollenzien Leslie & Roger Woody David Wortendyke Marilyn Wrucke Sue Yancik & Jim Hickman Karen & Don Yandell Scott & Karen Yarberry Marilyn & Fred Yates Todd & Kerry Yates Robert & Barbara Yonts Yuma, First Presbyterian Church Kathy Ziegenfus Jerry & JoAnn Zimmerman Frank Zurey


Yes! I/We Wish to Make the Following Gift to Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center

Yes! I/We Wish to Make the Following Gift to Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center

Please enter your name(s) exactly as you wish it to appear in our Honor Roll listing.

Please enter your name(s) exactly as you wish it to appear in our Honor Roll listing.

Name

Name

Address

Address

City/State/Zip

City/State/Zip

Phone (

) E-mail

Phone (

) E-mail

Church City

Church City

q Please check if you wish “Anonymous” to appear instead of your name on our Honor Roll.

q Please check if you wish “Anonymous” to appear instead of your name on our Honor Roll.

Outright Gift: q $100.00 q $250.00 q $500.00 q $1,000.00+ q $_________ Mount Meeker Society Level

Outright Gift: q $100.00 q $250.00 q $500.00 q $1,000.00+ q $_________ Mount Meeker Society Level

q Pledge: $ with

q Pledge: $ with

(pledge amount)

(annual, quarterly, etc.)

payments beginning

(month/year of 1st payment)

q I/we have made plans for Highlands in our Estate or Life Insurance and wish to be members of the Hollars Society.

(pledge amount)

(annual, quarterly, etc.)

payments beginning

(month/year of 1st payment)

q I/we have made plans for Highlands in our Estate or Life Insurance and wish to be members of the Hollars Society.

Please make checks payable to “Highlands.” Thank you for the blessing of your support. All gifts are tax-exempt as allowed by law. Check with your tax advisor for complete details.

Please make checks payable to “Highlands.” Thank you for the blessing of your support. All gifts are tax-exempt as allowed by law. Check with your tax advisor for complete details.

Method of Payment: q Check q VISA q MasterCard q Discover Card

Method of Payment: q Check q VISA q MasterCard q Discover Card

Amount of payment: $

Amount of payment: $

Name as it appears on card:

Name as it appears on card:

Card Number:

Exp. Date:

Card Number:

Exp. Date:

CVVS# (located on back of card):

CVVS# (located on back of card):

Signature:

Signature:

Please Designate My/Our Gift to:

Please Designate My/Our Gift to:

q Wherever Highlands’ Need is Greatest q Mortgage Debt Reduction q Scholarship Fund q $100,000 Matching Grant q Other

q Wherever Highlands’ Need is Greatest q Mortgage Debt Reduction q Scholarship Fund q $100,000 Matching Grant q Other

This gift is in (circle one) honor/memory of:

This gift is in (circle one) honor/memory of:

For honorary or memorial gifts, please provide us with honoree or family member addresses so that we may send a note to tell them of your gift. Please mail honoree/memorial acknowledgement to:

For honorary or memorial gifts, please provide us with honoree or family member addresses so that we may send a note to tell them of your gift. Please mail honoree/memorial acknowledgement to:

Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center P.O. Box 66 Allenspark, CO 80510-0066

Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center P.O. Box 66 Allenspark, CO 80510-0066

or donate online www.highlandscamp.org

or donate online www.highlandscamp.org


January 2014 Calendar Newsletter  

The first newsletter of 2014.

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