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2012-2013

IOWA SPORTS FOUNDATION

ANNUAL REPORT


TABLE OF CONENTS ISF Vision and Mission...................................................................................1 About the ISF..................................................................................................2 Leadership........................................................................................................3 Overall Participation.................................................................................... 4 Participation Map...........................................................................................5 Iowa Games..................................................................................................6-7 Live Healthy Iowa...................................................................................... 8-9 Adaptive Sports Iowa............................................................................ 10-11 Awards........................................................................................................12-13 Budget Summary.........................................................................................14 Sponsors.................................................................................................... 15-16


OU R V I SION

To make Iowa the healthiest state in the nation. OU R MI SSION

To provide sports, recreation, health and wellness opportunities for Iowans of all abilities.


ABOUT THE ISF IOWA GAMES offers statewide sports competition for Iowa’s athletes. The Iowa Games was first introduced to the state in 1987 when the Summer Iowa Games was held in Ames. Today, more than 13,000 athletes participate in 58 sports at the Olympic-style sports festival during July. In 1992 the Games expanded to include the Winter Iowa Games in Dubuque and Cedar Rapids. In late January and early February more than 4,200 Iowans compete in 20 sports. The Iowa Games offers additional sports events over the course of the year. The 2013 line-up of sporting events included: • Iowa Games Net Fest Basketball & Volleyball • Fish Iowa Games • Iowa Games Hoopin’ At The Dome • Iowa Games Mud Run • Iowa Games Golf Classic • Glow Run 5K LIVE HEALTHY IOWA was created in 2001 as a strategic health initiative to address the state’s growing obesity problem. What began as a team-based weight loss challenge in central Iowa has evolved into year-round wellness challenges and events for Iowa youth and adults. Bringing together friends, families, businesses and communities, Live Healthy Iowa has maintained participation in each of Iowa’s 99 counties since 2004. In 2012, over 208,000 Iowans took part in a Live Healthy Iowa challenge or event. Live Healthy Iowa • 10 Week Wellness Challenge • Strut Your Pup Challenge • Burst Your Thirst Challenge • The Next Step Challenge

Live Healthy Iowa Kids • 10 Week Wellness Challenge • Go The Distance Day • Exercising Your Character • Fall Fitness Day

ADAPTIVE SPORTS IOWA is a program reaching a new demographic; Iowa’s physically disabled athlete. The focus is improving the quality of life for all physically disabled Iowans through consistent recreation and sport opportunities. ASI strives to be a resource for Iowa on the Paralympic movement. ASI wants people to enjoy the activities they’re passionate about, by providing a sense of independence rather than isolation. ASI programs are offered year round in a variety of sports with an ever-expanding catalog of opportunities including: • Wheelchair Basketball • Beep Baseball • Bowling • RAGBRAI Team • Winter Experience • Goalball • All-Star Youth Sports Club • Power Soccer

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LEADERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair: Vice-Chair: Treasurer: Secretary: Chairman Emeritus:

Doug Reichardt, Des Moines John Briggs, Waukee Lynn Walz, West Des Moines Greg Wilcox, West Des Moines William Vernon, Newton

Gary Barta, Iowa City Troy Dannen, Cedar Falls Ron Dardis, Des Moines Jeremy Davis, Ames Mike Dick, Des Moines Jim Gibbons, Perry John Hartung, Indianola Sandra Hatfield Clubb, Des Moines Steven Jordison, Ames Harold Kahler, Des Moines Mark Kostek, Des Moines Tom Newton, Des Moines

Jamie Pollard, Ames Emily Porter, Des Moines Steve Purcell, Des Moines Aaron Putze, Ankeny Wade Riedinger, Des Moines Joel Tharp, West Des Moines Mary Van Zante, Pella Chris Verlengia, Des Moines Troy Vincent, West Des Moines Brad Waller, West Des Moines Danny Wilson, Ames Rick Wulkow, Boone

ISF TEAM Kim Abels, Sports & Special Events Director Emily Bisbee, Live Healthy Iowa Coordinator Mike Boone, Adaptive Sports Iowa Director Kevin Bourke, Chief Operating Officer Nicole Bruce, Live Healthy Iowa Director Clarence Hudson, Executive Director Cory Kennedy, Marketing & Communications Director Traci Kepley, Live Healthy Iowa Coordinator & Financial Manager Ryan Merritt, Event Coordinator Ryan Vogt, Assistant Sports Director Lisa Weber, Live Healthy Iowa Coordinator

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OVERALL PARTICIPATION IOWA GAMES Fish Iowa Games (67 schools).....................................................................................................9,551 Hoopin’ At The Dome (73 teams)................................................................................................. 397 Iowa Games Golf Classic (20 teams)..............................................................................................84 Glow Run 5K......................................................................................................................................12,261 Mud Run................................................................................................................................................2,031 Net Fest (Basketball and Volleyball, 124 teams)................................................................... 1,226 Summer Iowa Games.................................................................................................................... 13,599 Winter Iowa Games.........................................................................................................................4,222 LIVE HEALTHY IOWA 10 Week Wellness Challenge.................................................................................................... 28,493 Burst Your Thirst Challenge......................................................................................................... 2,925 Strut Your Pup Challenge................................................................................................................ 393 The Next Step Challenge...............................................................................................................5,105 LIVE HEALTHY IOWA KIDS 10 Week Wellness Challenge.................................................................................................... 36,979 Fall Fitness Day............................................................................................................................100,045 Go The Distance Day................................................................................................................... 78,805 ADAPTIVE SPORTS IOWA* Beep Baseball.......................................................................................................................................... 55 Bowling.......................................................................................................................................................41 Goalball..................................................................................................................................................... 60 Power Soccer.......................................................................................................................................... 114 RAGBRAI Team.......................................................................................................................................66 Wheelchair Basketball........................................................................................................................ 461 Winter Experience..................................................................................................................................41 All-Star Youth Sports Club...............................................................................................................274 TOTAL ISF PARTICIPATION......................................................................................297,228 *Adaptive Sports Iowa numbers are reported based upon program visits

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OVERALL PARTICIPATION MAP

Lyon 141

Osceola 277

Dickinson 619

Emmet 70

Sioux 872

O’Brien 773

Clay 3,055

Palo Alto 761

Plymouth 1,346

Cherokee 1,982

Woodbury 9,805

Monona 57

Sac 1,717

Crawford 2,300

Harrison 615

Shelby 1,774

Audubon 241

Mitchell 141

Howard 929

Hancock 122

Cerro Gordo 2,507

Floyd 499

Chickasaw 895

Humboldt 1,520

Wright 2,759

Webster 2,096

Calhoun 814

Carroll 3,340

Worth 348

Kossuth 3,257

Buena Vista Pocahontas 1,285 437

Ida 258

Winnebago 2,275

Greene 442

Hamilton 1,048

Boone 3,997

Guthrie 397

Dallas 9,528

Grundy 2,638

Hardin 2,420

Story 13,152

Clayton 4,054

Buchanan 3,072

Iowa 1,833

Dubuque 16,616

Delaware 2,129

Linn 11,227

Benton 2,130

Poweshiek 516

Jasper 5,580

Polk 45,702

Fayette 2,118

Black Hawk 6,496

Tama 1,199

Marshall 2,377

Allamakee 4,510

Bremer 3,256

Butler 444

Franklin 127

Winneshiek 690

Johnson 6,215

Jones 2,217

Cedar 1,904

Jackson 1,940

Clinton 5,495

Scott 6,953 Muscatine 1,590

Pottawattamie 5,477

Cass 797

Adair 169

Madison 3,022

Warren 4,829

Marion 4,438

Keokuk 1,731

Mahaska 6,064

Washington 5,513

Mills 943

Montgomery 863

Adams 288

Union 963

Clarke 444

Lucas 410

Monroe 1,042

Wapello 1,229

Jefferson 1,706

Fremont 296

Page 332

Taylor 871

Ringgold 919

Decatur 768

Wayne 553

Appanoose 1,635

Davis 55

Van Buren 835

Henry 637

Louisa 655

Des Moines 2,651

Lee 1,150

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Summer Iowa Games

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The 2013 Summer Iowa Games was held over three weekends in July. The 2013 Summer Games had 13,599 athletes participating with all 99 Iowa counties represented. The main weekend featured the Athlete Jamboree and Opening Ceremony with the Iowa Food & Family Project Field of Champions, free athlete meal, entertainment and Iowa’s armless archer, Matt Stutzman. Electronic darts, rimfire shooting, rowing and Zumba were added to bring the total number of sports to 58. Winter Iowa Games

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The 2013 Winter Iowa Games saw 4,222 athletes from 75 of Iowa’s 99 counties. The majority of events were held in Dubuque and Cedar Rapids. Eight other Iowa communities played host to Winter Iowa Games competitions including Ackley, DeWitt, Des Moines, Eldora, Harlan, Johnston and Montrose. Iowa Games Net Fest Basketball & Volleyball Iowa Games Net Fest had a combined 1,226 athletes compete in the basketball and volleyball tournaments. The basketball event was held the Saturday before Thanksgiving while the volleyball tournament was the first Saturday of the New Year. The tournament was held on the Iowa State University Campus and in Ames area gyms.

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Fish Iowa Games In partnership with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the ISF developed Fish Iowa Games as a fun and educational program for kindergarten through high school students. During the program students learn three different casting techniques: flip, pitch and overhand cast. Students then use these techniques in a competition of accuracy. Eighty-seven schools were provided rods, reels, targets, instructional DVDs, medals for winners and other materials from the DNR. A total of 9,551 kids participated in the 2013 Fish Iowa Games. Medalists from the school events were invited to compete in the Fish Iowa Games Finals during the Summer Iowa Games. Iowa Games Hoopin’ At The Dome Hoopin’ At The Dome is a half-court, 3 on 3 basketball tournament. Partnering with the Des Moines Parks & Recreation, Hoopin’ At The Dome was created to promote both the Iowa Games in the city of Des Moines and sport & fitness throughout Iowa. Due to weather conditions, the tournament was moved from the State Capitol to indoors venues with 73 teams with 397 athletes competing. Iowa Games Mud Run

Presented by the University of Iowa

The 2013 Iowa Games Mud Run was held at the James W. Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines. This unique 3 mile trail running race, 1 mile fun run and Little Muddy Buddy run was enjoyed by a record 2,031 runners. Runners of all ages and abilities completed the muddy course which featured several obstacles. Iowa Games Golf Classic Presented by Mediacom

The annual Iowa Games Golf Classic was held at Echo Valley Country Club in Norwalk for the second time in event history. Sponsors, board of directors and supporters of the ISF made up the 20 foursomes. Glow Run 5K Partnering with the Kansas City Running Club, the Iowa Games assisted with hosting the Glow Run 5K in April. Starting and finishing at the Science Center of Iowa in Des Moines, 12,261 participated in the evening event.

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10 Week Wellness Challenge The 10 Week Wellness Challenge is a simple and affordable challenge encouraging Iowans to make healthy choices. Over the 10 weeks, teams of 2-10 people, compete in friendly competition, tracking activity minutes and/or weight loss through the LHI website. The 28,493 participants received a T-shirt, weekly motivational tips, unlimited access to online healthy resources, and opportunities to win incentives and prizes. Strut Your Pup Challenge LHI offered a unique way for canine owners to walk, run or play regularly with their pets. The second year program had 393 participants tracking their activity minutes for six-weeks with their canine. Burst Your Thirst Challenge Burst Your Thirst Challenge is a six week effort to promote healthy hydration and physical activity to Iowa adults. Teams of 2-10 earned points by reporting water intake and physical activity minutes on a weekly basis. 2013 featured 2,925 participants from 91 counties. Participants received LHI water bottles to help track water consumption. The Next Step Challenge In 2012, 5,105 Iowans participated in The Next Step (TNS). TNS is a fall challenge to keep Iowans moving as the weather changes. Participants tracked the number of ‘steps’ each week of the six-week challenge. Participants received a pedometer, weekly motivational tips, as well as, opportunities for incentives and prizes.

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10 Week Wellness Challenge A record 36,979 kids participated in the 10 Week Wellness Challenge in 2013. The program is designed to encourage young Iowans to increase their physical activity levels and make better food choices. Teams of 5-30 youth, from grades kindergarten through twelfth, track minutes of activity, as well as, fruits, vegetables, milk and water intake and screen time. One - $1,000 and four - $500 prize winners were randomly awarded from all qualifying teams. The winning schools are required to use the funds to purchase physical education, health education or playground equipment. Fall Fitness Day & Go The Distance Day On October 3, 2012, a record number 100,045 kids participated in Fall Fitness Day (FFD) while on May 3, 2013 a record 78,805 kids participated in Go the Distance Day (GTDD). Both FFD and GTDD are one-day events in which schools are asked to have the entire enrollment perform 30 minutes of aerobic activity. These events bring awareness to the importance of daily activity in a healthy lifestyle. Each school that achieved 100% participation was entered into a random drawing for cash and prizes. Prize money is required to be used for physical education, health education or playground equipment to promote physical activity and wellness efforts at the winning schools. Exercising Your Character As part of Go The Distance Day, the Iowa Sports Foundation, Hy-Vee and Character Counts! brought 7,000 fourth and fifth grade students from central Iowa to Hy-Vee Hall in Des Moines for the Exercising Your Character event. Olympic athletes talked with the students about the importance of exercise, eating healthy and how to practice the Six Pillars of Character Counts! Speakers included Aaron Thomas; Iowa native and NFL standout, Dallas Clark; and Jennie Baranczyk, head women’s basketball coach at Drake University.

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Wheelchair Basketball ASI sponsors pickup basketball games every Thursday evening in Ankeny. ASI provides 12 sport chairs on-site for athletes to use. Games are non-officiated and casual. The goal is to have fun and experience the sport. ASI All Star Youth Sports Club The ASI All Star Youth Sports Club is designed for our younger athletes. This safe, supervised, and coordinated program is intended to serve more as a physical education activity time. Activities include tag, dodge ball, basketball, boccia and other playground type games. Beep Baseball Established in 2012 as a result of hosting the World Series of Beep Baseball in 2012; the Iowa Reapers are a competitive team representing our state. Beep Baseball is an adapted version of baseball for the blind and vision impaired athlete. Practice starts when the snow melts in the spring and the season concludes at the World Series of Beep Baseball, hosted this past summer in Columbus, GA. The season is comprised of a number of charity events in which the Reapers take on local businesses and groups. Power Soccer Our newest program of Adaptive Sports Iowa, power soccer is a sport for those who use a power chair. By attaching a guard to the front of a power chair, the athletes are able to push, pass, and defend a 14� diameter soccer ball. We have received an overwhelming response from this new program and it’s clear the impact is profound on the athletes.

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RAGBRAI Team In 2011 ASI established the first team supporting cyclists with physical disabilities. The 2013 ASI RAGBRAI team was comprised of approximately 60 people including volunteers, support crew, and cyclists to take on the seven-day, 450 mile trek across Iowa. Now successfully completing three years the ASI team has become a part of the RAGBRAI culture and the Adaptive Sports Iowa brand is recognized amongst the thousands who take part in this event. The 2013 ASI team has been recognized as the RAGBRAI team of the year. Winter Experience In collaboration with our counterparts at Adaptive Adventures from Chicago, ASI offered a snow skiing event for the second consecutive year at Seven Oaks Recreation near Boone. This three day event presented opportunities for both local instructors to learn the adaptive equipment, as well as, physically disabled participants to experience the sport. ASI served nearly 30 athletes with disabilities at this event. Goalball Another new program for ASI is the popular Paralympic sport of goalball for the blind and visually impaired populations. In this sport, two teams of three players try to score on each other’s goals by rolling a ball on the ground. The game is played on a volleyball sized court and all the players are blind folded. Goalball is unique is that it’s the only competitive Paralympic sport not adapted from an able-bodied counterpart. ASI and Ames will host the 2014 National Goalball Championship in June! Bowling Each Tuesday of the month, ASI athletes and families are welcome to bowl at Warrior Lanes in Waukee. Ramps are provided for those unable to handle the balls in a traditional manner. Community Education Events Throughout the year ASI took part in community education and awareness events in an effort to recruit new athletes, expand public awareness of our mission and represent the physically disabled community effectively. Such events include the Iowa State Fair, SCIA Adaptive Sports Clinic, Iowa Bicycle Summit & Expo and school assemblies. These events allow for ASI athletes to engage the public in a unique and meaningful way.

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AWARDS Brian Pearson Memorial Scholarship In honor of former ISU basketball player Brian Pearson, who died of brain cancer in 1997, the Iowa Games began awarding the Brian Pearson Memorial Scholarship in 1998. Each year, the Iowa Games awards a $1,000 scholarship to one female and one male who exemplify the spirit of Brian Pearson. Only high school juniors are eligible for the scholarship to ensure that fellow students can observe the winners during their senior year to recognize the traits the students showed in order to receive the award. The 2013 Brian Pearson Memorial Scholarship winners were Taylor Wingert of Waukee and Damon Dennis of Iowa Falls-Alden.

Governor Terry Branstad; Bridger Deaton, Male Athlete of the Year; and Clarence Hudson, Iowa Sports Foundation Executive Director

Marty McHone Iowa Games Athlete of the Year In 2003, the Iowa Games Athlete of the Year award was renamed after Marty McHone who was the 1996 Iowa Games Female Athlete of the Year and had competed in the Iowa Games track meet for 16 years. The award annually is given to two Iowa Games athletes who best exemplify the qualities of outstanding integrity, citizenship and athletic achievement. The 2013 Marty McHone Athletes of the Year were Gabby Brewer of Ames and Bridger Deaton of Otley. Sean Runyan Adaptive Sports Iowa Athlete of the Year Named in memory of Sean Runyan, a Central Iowa wheelchair athlete who was the first in the nation to compete in a sanctioned high school athletic event. The 2013 Sean Runyan Adaptive Sports Iowa Athlete of the year was John Litzkow of Waterloo. Governor Terry Branstad; John Litzkow, ASI Athlete of the Year; and Clarence Hudson, Iowa Sports Foundation Executive Director

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Caring Coach Award The Caring Coach Award is designed to recognize coaches who have made significant and positive influences on the actions and development of their players. Anyone who has coached a youth team sport in the Iowa Games and has had a positive impact on young people may be nominated for the award. The 2013 Iowa Games Caring Coach was Amy Beinhart, youth softball coach from Des Moines. Official of the Year The Iowa Games relies heavily on its volunteers, which includes its volunteer officials. In most cases, a volunteer official receives a T-shirt, lunch and an occasional sign of gratitude from an athlete or spectator. Many of our volunteers officiate all day long with no expectations of recognition or reimbursement. The 2013 Iowa Games Official of the Year of Royal Wentworth, a basketball official from Mason City, who unexpectedly passed in September 2012. Iowa Games Volunteer of the Year This award was designed to reward our volunteers and give them the praise and recognition they deserve for effortlessly giving their time and talents year after year. For many of our volunteers, it is the feeling of accomplishment, sharing in others’ success or just having fun that keeps them returning.

Left to Right: Joe Hammen; Kreg Menning, Volunteer of the Year; Jim Hallihan, former ISF President; and Thom McDonald, basketball commissioner

The 2013 Iowa Games Volunteer of the Year was Kreg Menning of Hampton. Menning volunteers in the Summer and Winter Iowa Games. Character Counts! Coach of the Year The Character Counts! Coach of the Year award, sponsored by the Institute of Character Development and the Iowa Games, is awarded to a coach who displays great character traits in the school and community. The award is presented by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) at the girls state basketball tournament brunch and the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA} at the boy’s state basketball tournament. The 2013 IHSAA recipient was Ted Snitker of Waukon High School. The 2013 IGHSAU recipients were Larry Niemeyer formerly of Cedar Rapids Jefferson High and now at Waterloo West High, and Barb Gesell of Riceville High School.

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BUDGET SUMMARY

Income Sponsorships - 31% Entry Fees - 60% Grants & Royalties - 6% Other - 3%

Expenses General & Administrative - 27% Program Operations - 62% Promotional - 11%

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SPONSORS PRESENTING IOWA GAMES SPONSOR IOWA FOOD & FAMILY PROJECT GOLD SPONSORS AMES CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU CENTRAL IOWA TOYOTA DEALERS HY-VEE IOWA SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY MEDIACOM PELLA SUBWAY UNITY POINT HEALTH WELLMARK SILVER SPONSORS COCA-COLA DEE ZEE EMC INSURANCE COMPANIES GRINNELL MUTUAL MCCORMICK COMPANY NYEMASTER LAW FIRM VGM FORBIN BRONZE SPONSORS ALLIANT ENERGY BLUE BUNNY CASEY’S GENERAL STORE HUNZIKER & ASSOCIATES HCS BUILDERS HUNZIKER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MIDAMERICAN ENERGY VERMEER CORPORATION WINNEBAGO INDUSTRIES CORPORATE SPONSORS AMES TRIBUNE DES MOINES REGISTER IOWA NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION MARY GREELEY MEDICAL CENTER RICOH SCREENSCAPE STUDIOS SPINDUSTRY INTERACTIVE WHO RADIO WINNING SOLUTIONS, INC. YELLOWBOOK $6,000-15,000 CARE INITIATIVES DUBUQUE REGIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP UNIVERSITY OF IOWA WELLS FARGO $2,500-$5,999 3M FOUNDATION, INC. BANKERS TRUST CARDINAL TRANSPORTATION CIPCO DELTA DENTAL IOWA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

IOWA MEDICAL SOCIETY KEN WALLER LORAS COLLEGE MCFARLAND CLINIC VERNON COMPANY (BILL VERNON) $1,000-$2,499 AMES ROTARY CLUB COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF GREATER DES MOINES DUBUQUE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EYE CARE OF IOWA FITNESS SPORTS LIMITED INC. $500-$999 ADVANCED REHAB TECHNOLOGIES REYNOLDS & REYNOLDS SKUNK RIVER CYCLES SPINAL CORD INJURY ASSOC. OF IOWA VALENTINO’S $250-$499 AMERICAN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK AMES TRENCHING & EXCAVATING, INC. DUPACO COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION GARY THOMPSON OIL CO. GREATER IOWA CREDIT UNION - AMES JERRY CARNEY AND SONS, INC SCHEELS STEVE JORDISON THEISEN’S HOME FARM AUTO WAL-MART FOUNDATION $249 AND BELOW AG LEADER TECHNOLOGY AMES ORAL SURGEONS AMES PET HOSPITAL, PC DAY CHIROPRACTIC HIS & HERS STYLING SALON LOIS AND BOB VOHS MARRS, CRAIG & BETH PIZZA PIT VENUWORKS, INC. WELCH AVE. STATION SPORT SPONSORS CARDINAL TRANSPORTATION CLIFTON GUNDERSON LLP COPYWORKS CRYSTAL CLEAR FITNESS SPORTS LIMITED INC. FOX ENGINEERING HOPKINS SPORTING GOODS, INC. IOWA NETWORK SERVICES SCHEELS SKUNK RIVER CYCLES

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SPONSORS IN-KIND & OTHER CONTRIBUTORS 3D FARMS AMERICINN (AMES) AMES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AMES FIGURE SKATING CLUB AMES HIGH SCHOOL AMES LITTLE LEAGUE AMES PARK & RECREATION AMES POLICE DEPARTMENT/EXPLORER SCOUTS AMES SOCCER CLUB ANYTIME FITNESS (CARROLL) ANYTIME FITNESS (MT. PLEASANT) ANYTIME FITNESS (PELLA) ANYTIME FITNESS (WAVERLY) ASPEN ATHLETIC CLUBS (MERLE HAY) BAYMONT INN & SUITES (DUBUQUE) BEST WESTERN PLUS HOTEL (DUBUQUE) BEST WESTERN UNIVERSITY PARK INN (AMES) BETTENDORF FAMILY YMCA BOONE COUNTY HOSPITAL BOONE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT BOONE NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE BOONE PARKS DEPARTMENT BOONE POLICE DEPARTMENT BRACKETT MEDIA CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT (AMES) CEDAR RAPIDS CVB CHAMPIONSHIP BOOKS AND VIDEOS CITY OF AMES CITY OF DES MOINES CITY OF DUBUQUE CLARKE UNIVERSITY (DUBUQUE) COMFORT INN (AMES) COMFORT INN (STORY CITY) COMFORT INN & SUITES (DUBUQUE) COPYWORKS (AMES) COUNTRY INN & SUITES (AMES) COUNTRY INN & SUITES (DUBUQUE) DAYS INN (AMES) DAYS INN (DUBUQUE) DES MOINES COMMUNITY SCHOOLS DES MOINES PARK AND RECREATION DES MOINES POLICE DEPARTMENT DES MOINES TRIATHLON CLUB DIVING, INC. DUBUQUE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DUBUQUE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS DUBUQUE TELEGRAPH HERALD EASTERN IOWA FIGURE SKATING CLUB FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES (AMES) FAIRFIELD INN (DUBUQUE) FINLEY HOSPITAL (DUBUQUE) FITNESS SPORTS LIMITED, INC. FOX ENGINEERING GATEWAY HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER GRAND HARBOR RESORT (DUBUQUE) GRANDSTAY RESIDENTIAL SUITES (AMES) GILBERT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS HAMPTON INN (AMES) HAMPTON INN (DUBUQUE)

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HARDIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS HEART OF IOWA SOCCER CLUB HEARTLAND INN (AMES) HEARTLAND INN SOUTH (DUBUQUE) HEARTLAND INN WEST (DUBUQUE) HILTON GARDEN INN (AMES) HILTON GARDEN INN (DUBUQUE) HOLIDAY INN (AMES) HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS (AMES) HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES (DUBUQUE) HOTEL JULIEN (DUBUQUE) HY-VEE (DUBUQUE AREA LOCATIONS) HUNZIKER YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX (AMES) IOWA AMATEUR SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION IOWA BOWLING PROPRIETORS ASSOCIATION IOWA CENTRAL REC CENTER IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION IOWA HAWKEYE HORSESHOE PITCHERS ASSOCIATION IOWA JUNIOR PGA IOWA NATIONAL GUARD ARMY IOWA NETWORK SERVICES IOWA RACQUETBALL ASSOCIATION IOWA SOCCER ASSOCIATION KENNEDY MALL (DUBUQUE) KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE KNOXVILLE RECREATION CENTER MAINSTAY SUITES (DUBUQUE) MASTERS SWIMMING OF IOWA MICROTEL (AMES) MINES OF SPAIN RECREATION AREA (DUBUQUE) MOFFITT’S FORD-LINCOLN-MERCURY (BOONE) MOTEL 6 (DUBUQUE) NEWTON YMCA NEVADA PARKS AND RECREATION NEVADA SOCCER CLUB NORTH COUNTRY INN (DUBUQUE) PIZZA PIT (AMES) PREMIER SELLS GROUP (AMES) QUALITY INN & SUITES (AMES) SEVEN OAKS RECREATION (BOONE) STORY COUNTY CONSERVATION STORY COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT SUNDOWN MOUNTAIN RESORT SUPER 8 MOTEL (AMES) SUPER 8 MOTEL (DUBUQUE) TRANSLUX • FAIR-PLAY SCOREBOARDS UNIVERSITY OF DUBUQUE VALENTINO’S (AMES) VERNON COMPANY WAHLERT CATHLOIC HIGH SCHOOL (DUBUQUE) WAUKEE HIGH SCHOOL


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2012-2013 Iowa Sports Foundation Annual Report