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2016-2017 Annual Report


Our Vision:

To make Iowa the healthiest state in the nation

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Iowa Sports Foundation Facts

• The only organization in the country to host Summer Games, Winter Games and Senior Games • The Iowa Games hosts competitions in more cities throughout the state than any other state games • The Iowa Senior Games are the fastest growing senior games in the country • Live Healthy Iowa is the largest statewide wellness initiative in the country • Adaptive Sports Iowa is the fastest growing adaptive sports program in the country • Iowa Sports Foundation has participation in all of Iowa’s 99 counties • Iowa Sports Foundation hosts events in more than 80 communities

Iowa Sports Foundation Participation History 2017

196,029

2007

119,399

1997 1987

17,866 7,104

Long-term Thinking For Long-term Health From wheelchair basketball to mud runs, from children’s archery to a 92-year-old track & field participant, the Iowa Games, and our affiliated events, have provided sports, recreation, health and wellness opportunities to Iowans of all abilities—for over 30 years. Our best brand is the Iowa Games, but it is the 34-member board of the Iowa Sports Foundation who powers the programs, events and challenges that attract thousands of participants every year. 3


Who we are... Iowa Sports Foundation The Iowa Games, a statewide Olympic-style competition, is the most well-known of the Iowa Sports Foundation events. The Iowa Games started as a one-weekend effort in 1987 and now has grown to more than 60 sports and events, hosting participants from all 99 Iowa counties. • Top 5 State Games in the country • Over 850 teams represented • 29 Iowa communities hosted Iowa Games events Live Healthy Iowa (LHI) began in 2002 as a friendly competition encouraging Iowans to “Lighten Up” and adopt healthier lifestyles. Since its creation, LHI has provided healthy challenges and events to individuals, families, schools, businesses and communities across the state. • All 99 Iowa counties represented • 19 Live Healthy Iowa 5K communities • Nearly 36 million minutes of activity • 461 schools and youth organizations participated The Iowa Sports Foundation is just in its sixth year of building the Adaptive Sports Iowa (ASI) program. ASI’s mission is to provide statewide leadership in the planning, promotion, education and organization of sports and recreational activities for Iowans with physical disabilities. Compared to the Iowa Games and Live Healthy Iowa, the numbers are smaller, but the enthusiasm and energy around the athletes is electric. • 80 volunteers, cyclists and staff participated on the ASI Cycling Team presented by Iowa Farm Bureau on RAGBRAI • 40 athletes with disabilities participated in the Winter Experience • Weekly wheelchair basketball program • The National Veteran Airgun Program provides veterans an opportunity to learn and improve airgun skills The Iowa Senior Games, developed to promote life-long health and wellness, offer several Olympic-style competitions for Iowans age 50 and over. • Over 1,800 medals awarded in nearly 100 events • Iowa is a qualifying event for the National Senior Games • Over 1,400 athletes participated in 2017, representing 76 Iowa counties, 22 states and 2 Canadian provinces • Events are offered in Council Bluffs, Cedar Rapids, Quad Cities and West Des Moines

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

Doug Reichardt, Des Moines Andy McCann, West Des Moines Chris Verlengia, Des Moines Lynn Walz, West Des Moines Greg Wilcox, West Des Moines William Vernon, Newton

Barb Baker, Grinnell Gary Barta, Iowa City Jean Berger, West Des Moines Alan Beste, Boone Rob Bradley, Pella Governor Chet Culver, Des Moines Lindsey Foss, Ankeny Paul Fromm, Des Moines Tim Grabinski, Des Moines David Harris, Cedar Falls John Hartung, Indianola Dave Haskins, Des Moines Susan Hatten, West Des Moines Matt Hofmeyer, Des Moines

Todd M. Jacobus, Des Moines Brian Jones, Des Moines Steven Jordison, Ames TJ Juskiewicz, Des Moines Tom Newton, Des Moines Jamie Pollard, Ames Steve Purcell, Des Moines John Russell, Ames Zac Sandvig, West Des Moines Joel Tharp, Des Moines Jess Vilsack, Waukee Brad Waller, West Des Moines Jenny Wood, Des Moines

ISF TEAM Chuck Long, CEO/Executive Director Kevin Bourke, Chief Operating Officer Matt Beatty, Iowa Senior Games & Corporate Games Director Mike Boone, Adaptive Sports Iowa Director Janet Fonseca, Live Healthy Iowa Outreach Client Services Manager Megan Hansen, Assistant Sports Director Cory Kennedy, Marketing & Communications Director Nicole Kennedy, Live Healthy Iowa Operations Director Katie Kramer, Iowa Games Director Johanna Smith, Live Healthy Iowa Client Services Manager Dr. Amy Michelle Willcockson, Live Healthy Iowa Director

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Iowa Sports Foundation Participation Map Lyon

Osceola

121

Dickinson

370

Emmet

1,967

Winnebago

1,975

Worth

982

Howard

Mitchell

39

1,452

1,556

Sioux

O’Brien

770

Clay

461

Plymouth

919

Ida

4,167

Humboldt

Floyd

Chickasaw

Hamilton

3,897

515

1,250

Fayette

Clayton

419

2,437

Black Hawk

Buchanan

Delaware

1,181

1,962

Dubuque

3,705

1,761

1,665

3,366

Grundy

Hardin

1,233

Bremer

Butler

366

940

804

686

Franklin

479

Webster

Calhoun

644

Wright

602

873

Sac

555

2,040

524

Pocahontas

892

Cerro Gordo

Hancock

973

Buena Vista

469

Woodbury

Palo Alto

688

Cherokee

3,201

Allamakee

Winneshiek

Kossuth

1,017

1,685

Jackson Monona

Crawford

201

Carroll

1,956

Greene

1,483

Boone

569

Story

2,142

7,531

Marshall

2,970

1,059

6,566

565

129

Jones

Linn

Benton

Tama

Clinton

Cedar Harrison

Shelby

1,101

562

Audubon

68

Guthrie

Dallas

883

4,605

Scott

3,133

4,742 Muscatine

1,480 Pottawattamie

Cass

3,839

Mills

337

Adair

293

Montgomery

Fremont

162

851

Page

1,992

Adams

Taylor

828

213

Ringgold

804

Clarke

313

Decatur

2,573

Lucas

244

Wayne

Monroe

1,874

73

2,248

3,328

Washington

Keokuk

Mahaska

Marion

1,980

766

Union

261

Warren

Madison

1,218

Wapello

Jefferson

1,622

466

Appanoose

Davis

Van Buren

909

979

476

Louisa

33

1,151

Henry

365

364

Lee

464

3,000+

1,000 - 2,999

500 - 999

499 & FEWER

PARTICIPANTS

PARTICIPANTS

PARTICIPANTS

PARTICIPANTS

Iowa Sports Foundation Statewide Programs, Events & Challenges The Iowa Sports Foundation (ISF) programs, events and challenges truly reach all corners of the state. In 2017, the ISF hosted events in 81 Iowa communites.

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3,040

454

Johnson

2,545

1,333

4,332

31,602

Iowa

Poweshiek

Jasper

Polk

1,294

Des Moines

620


2016-2017 OVERALL PARTICIPATION IOWA GAMES Des Moines Corporate Games..................................................................................................5,219 Iowa Games Golf Classic...............................................................................................................84 Mud Run.......................................................................................................................................914 Net Fest Basketball......................................................................................................................809 Net Fest Hockey...........................................................................................................................134 Summer Iowa Games..............................................................................................................12,917 Winter Iowa Games...................................................................................................................4,134 IOWA SENIOR GAMES Eastern Iowa Senior Challenge....................................................................................................232 Summer Iowa Senior Games.......................................................................................................829 Western Iowa Senior Challenge...................................................................................................176 Winter Iowa Senior Games...........................................................................................................254 LIVE HEALTHY IOWA 10 Week Wellness Challenge..................................................................................................14,899 Burst Your Thirst Challenge.......................................................................................................3,016 Live Healthy Iowa 5K.................................................................................................................1,741 Strut Your Pup Challenge.............................................................................................................259 The Next Step Challenge..........................................................................................................3,377 LIVE HEALTHY IOWA KIDS Fall Fitness Day.....................................................................................................................105,046 Go The Distance May..............................................................................................................37,182 Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championship............................................................................3,585 ADAPTIVE SPORTS IOWA* Beep Baseball (Iowa Reapers).....................................................................................................165 Bowling...........................................................................................................................................60 Chair-ity Bowl.................................................................................................................................75 Community Education (Iowa State Fair, school assemblies, etc.)...............................................245 Adaptive Sports Iowa Cycling Team presented by Iowa Farm Bureau..........................................80 Track and Field...............................................................................................................................25 Wheelchair Basketball (Iowa Renegade)......................................................................................415 Winter Ski Experience....................................................................................................................45 Veteran Airgun Program...............................................................................................................112 TOTAL ISF PARTICIPATION................................................................................................196,029 *Adaptive Sports Iowa numbers are reported based upon program visits

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FOCUS To provide sports and recreation opportunities for all Iowans through Olympic-style festivals, events and programs.

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Summer Iowa Games The Summer Iowa Games were held from May-August. The Summer Iowa Games hosted 12,917 athletes with 98 of 99 counties represented. The main weekend featured the Athlete Jamboree and Opening Ceremony with national entertainers, Vocal Trash, and NCAA Wrestling Champion and Olympic hopeful, Kyven Gadsen, as the keynote speaker. Winter Iowa Games The 2017 Winter Iowa Games had 4,134 athletes from 83 of Iowa’s 99 counties. The majority of events were held in Dubuque and Cedar Rapids. Thirteen other Iowa communities played host to Winter Iowa Games competitions including Ackley, Ames, Central City, Cresco, Des Moines, DeWitt, Eldora, Elkhart, Harlan, Janesville, Johnston and Peosta. Iowa Games Net Fest Basketball & Ice Hockey Iowa Games Net Fest had a combined 917 athletes compete in the basketball and ice hockey. The tournaments were held on back-to-back weekends in November, with basketball in Ames and ice hockey at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Iowa Games Mud Run The 2017 Iowa Games Mud Run was held at the Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines. 914 athletes competed in this year’s event, which included a long course (3 miles), short course (1.4 miles) and the little muddy buddy run. Des Moines Corporate Games The 2nd annual Des Moines Corporate Games were held throughout June and July. The event featured 45 companies and 5,219 athletes competing in 26 sports and events. Companies earned points for participation, placing and volunteering. Corporate Cups were presented to the top three companies of the small, medium and large divisions at a special event during the Iowa State Fair. Separate awards were presented to the winners of the first ever blood drive. Iowa Games Golf Classic The annual Iowa Games Golf Classic was held at The Legacy Golf Club in Norwalk. Sponsors, board of directors and supporters of the ISF made up the 21 four-person teams.

Chuck Long, ISF Executive Director/CEO, gets in on the action, helping a young mud runner through one of many mud pits on the course. Long often competes in many ISF events throughout the year.

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FOCUS To provide health and wellness opportunities to educate and motivate all Iowans to live a healthy lifestyle.

A portion of the over 400 Grinnell Mutual employees that took part in the 2017 10 Week Wellness Challenge.

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ADULT CHALLENGES & EVENTS 10 Week Wellness Challenge The 10 Week Wellness Challenge provides participants with a fun opportunity to be active while engaging in a simple and affordable, team-based activity challenge. The Challenge is a catalyst to stimulating lifestyle changes and encouraging participants to get moving and “be there” for the important moments in life. The 14,899 participants, from all 99 counties, received a T-shirt, weekly motivational tips, access to healthy resources, opportunities to win prizes, discount registration for LHI 5K events and a one-year magazine subscription. Strut Your Pup Challenge Live Healthy Iowa offered a unique way for canine owners to walk, run or play regularly with their pets. In the fourth year of the program, 341 participants tracked their activity minutes for six-weeks with their four-legged friend. Live Healthy Iowa 5K The Live Healthy Iowa 5K was held on April 8, 2017 at 19 locations around the state. The 4th annual event had 1,741 runners, joggers and walkers participating as a celebration to the end of the 10 Week Wellness Challenge. All participants received a finisher medal with the top two in each age group receiving an award. The 19 locations included: Bondurant, Britt, Carroll, Decorah, DeWitt, Dike, Fairfield, Grinnell, Hiawatha, Montrose, Onawa, Osage, Perry, Red Oak, Sibley, Sioux City, Spencer, Story City and Waukee. The runs benefited local wellness coalitions and Live Healthy Iowa Kids. 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. The 3,016 participants received Live Healthy Iowa water bottles, motivational tips, as well as, opportunities for incentives and prizes. The Next Step Challenge In 2017, 3,377 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. YOUTH CHALLENGES & EVENTS Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships The Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships was founded in 2015 to continue the tradition of the Hershey® Track and Field Games in Iowa. In 2017, 37 communities hosted regional meets with qualifiers competing in the state championships in Marshalltown on June 10. Over 3,500 kids competed in the regional qualifiers and state championship. Fall Fitness Day & Go The Distance May In October 2016, 105,046 kids participated in Fall Fitness Day (FFD). Throughout May 2017, 37,182 kids participated in Go The Distance May (GTDM). Both FFD and GTDM are events in which schools or youth organizations are encouraged to get kids moving for 30 minutes of additional physical activity. These events bring awareness to the importance of daily activity in a healthy lifestyle.

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FOCUS To provide statewide leadership in the planning, promotion, education and organization of sports and recreation opportunities for Iowans with physical disabilities.

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COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITIES Iowa Renegade – Competitive Wheelchair Basketball Team ASI organizes a National Wheelchair Basketball Association sanctioned team that features Iowa-based athletes. The Renegades compete regionally. Practices take place weekly in Ankeny. Iowa Reapers – Competitive beep baseball team As a result of hosting the World Series of Beep Baseball in 2012 and 2016, the Iowa Reapers were established. Beep Baseball is an adapted version of baseball for blind and vision-impaired athletes. The season is comprised of a number of charity events in which the Reapers take on local businesses and groups. Track and Field In 2017, ASI loaned specialized track & field equipment to middle and high school athletes with physical disabilities across Iowa. Thanks to the ASI equipment, the 2017 State High School Track and Field Championships featured the largest field of wheelchair athletes in state history. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Adaptive Sports Iowa Cycling Team presented by Iowa Farm Bureau The 2017 ASI RAGBRAI team was comprised of 80 individuals including volunteers, support crew, and cyclists to take on the seven-day trek across Iowa. After six successful 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. Winter Ski Experience In collaboration with Adaptive Adventures, ASI offers an annual snow skiing event 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 45 athletes with disabilities at this event. One day is specifically reserved for veterans. National Veterans Airgun Series Adaptive Sports Iowa partnered with Adaptive Sports USA to offer an adaptive airgun program for veterans. The weekly program took place at Crossroads Shooting Sports in Johnston. Bowling Night The first Tuesday of the month, ASI athletes and families were welcomed to bowl at Warrior Lanes in Waukee. Ramps were provided for those unable to handle the balls in a traditional manner. COMMUNITY AWARENESS Adaptive Sports on the Grand Concourse Adaptive Sports Iowa partnered with the Iowa State Fair to provide a unique community outreach event. On the last Friday of the Iowa State Fair, ASI hosted a daylong event that features live demonstrations of a variety of adaptive sports programs. Special Olympics Iowa and Courage League Sports were invited to take part in the demonstrations. Community Education Events ASI took part in community education and awareness events in an effort to recruit new athletes, expand public awareness of the 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. FUNDRAISING Chair-ity Bowl The Chair-ity Bowl is a fun, team bowling event that took place at Warrior Lanes in Waukee. The proceeds were applied to the cost of new adaptive equipment like sports wheelchairs, handcycles, and racing wheelchairs. The 2017 event featured 75 bowlers. Iowa Wild Split-the-Pot Adaptive Sports Iowa hosted a Split the Pot Raffle at all Iowa Wild home games during the 2016/17 season. This game-day fundraiser provides fans the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets during home games, with a live raffle taking place at the end of the 2nd intermission. One lucky fan went home with half of the net proceeds and the other half was donated to Adaptive Sports Iowa. $10,000 Raffle ASI conducted a raffle with the grand prize of $10,000. Danny Wilson of Ames won the $10,000 and donated it back to ASI. More than $22,000 was raised.

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FOCUS FOCUS To promote wellness and healthy living for adults, 50 and above, by hosting athletic, recreational and socially interactive competitions.

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Iowa Senior Games The Iowa Senior Games offers multi-sport festivals with competitions for those 50 and over. As a member of the National Senior Games Association, the Iowa Senior Games offers a national qualifying event every two years. For over 30 years, the featured state event has successfully been hosted in West Des Moines and surrounding communities. The Iowa Senior Games has seen a steady increase of participation throughout its history. In 2017, regional events were held in Council Bluffs, Cedar Rapids, and the Quad Cities. The goal of the regional model is to increase awareness and participation among the 50 and over population in Iowa and surrounding states. Winter Iowa Senior Games The first annual Winter Iowa Senior Games, held in February in the Quad Cities, featured 254 athletes from 8 states competing in 7 sports. Western Iowa Senior Challenge The 3rd annual Western Iowa Senior Challenge was held in April in Council Bluffs. This regional event featured seven sports and hosted 176 athletes from 11 states. Eastern Iowa Senior Challenge The second annual Eastern Iowa Senior Challenge took place in May in Cedar Rapids. This event featured eight sports and hosted 232 athletes from 9 states. Summer Iowa Senior Games The 2017 Iowa Senior Games were held primarily June 21-25 in West Des Moines. This event had 829 athletes in 30 sports and skill contests with nearly 100 events.

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Awards & Recognition

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PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Schon, 2017 Male Athlete of the Year Justin Phongsavanh, 2017 Adaptive Sports Iowa Athlete of the Year Sara Schwendinger, 2017 Female Athlete of the Year


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. 2017 Brian Pearson Memorial Scholarship female recipient: Alyssa Baatz, Tri-Center High School, Neola 2017 Brian Pearson Memorial Scholarship male recipient: Reagan Hansen, Harlan Community High School 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. 2017 Marty McHone Female Athlete of the Year: Sara Schwendinger, Des Moines, Track & Field 2017 Marty McHone Male Athlete of the Year: Jim Schon, Glidden, Weightlifting - Bench Press 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. 2017 Sean Runyan Adaptive Sports Iowa Athlete of the Year: Justin Phongsavanh, Ankeny Iowa Games 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. 2017 Summer Iowa Games Official of the Year: Bruce Pesch, Cycling 2017 Winter Iowa Games Officials of the Year: Dave Beason, Archery NASP 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. 2017 Summer Iowa Games Volunteer of the Year: Glenn Hunter, Soccer 2017 Winter Iowa Games Volunteer of the Year: Bill Pasnik, Table Tennis 2017 Winter Iowa Games Volunteer of the Year: Eastern Iowa Figure Skating Club Character Counts! Coach of the Year The Character Counts! Coach of the Year award, sponsored by The Robert D. and Billie Ray Center 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. 2017 IHSAA co-recipient: Bruce Held, Hinton High School 2017 IHSAA co-recipient: Steve Diediker, Hinton High School 2017 IGHSAU recipient: Sandy Sabelka, Denver Community Schools Iowa Senior Games Hall of Fame The Iowa Senior Games Hall of Fame was established in 2006 (the 20th anniversary of the Iowa Senior Games) to recognize and honor outstanding athletic performances by our senior athletes, as well as outstanding contributions made to the success of the Iowa Senior Games by athletes, board members and volunteers. 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee: Ann Shuman, West Des Moines 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee: Joe Bohlke, Des Moines

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Revenues & Expenses TOTAL REVENUE FOR IOWA SPORTS FOUNDATION EVENTS

5%

GRANTS & ROYALTIES

33%

SPONSORSHIPS

53%

ENTRY FEES

9%

DONATIONS

TOTAL EXPENSE FOR IOWA SPORTS FOUNDATION EVENTS

23%

GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE

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66%

PROGRAM OPERATIONS

11%

PROMOTIONAL


Sponsors & Contributors PRESENTING IOWA GAMES SPONSOR Grinnell Mutual PROUD LIVE HEALTHY IOWA SPONSOR Iowa Food & Family Project IOWA GAMES GOLD SPONSORS Ames Convention & Visitors Bureau Central Iowa Honda Dealers Hy-Vee (+) Iowa Food & Family Project Iowa State University Mediacom MidAmerican Energy (+) Pella (+) Principal Financial Group (+) Subway UnityPoint Health Wellmark IOWA GAMES SILVER SPONSORS Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling Company (+) Bankers Trust Casey’s General Store (+) EMC Insurance Companies (+) hibu Nyemaster Law Firm IOWA GAMES BRONZE SPONSORS Alliant Energy Hunziker & Associates Realtors Vermeer Corporation Winnebago Industries IOWA GAMES CORPORATE SPONSORS The Des Moines Register Iowa Newspaper Association Mary Greeley Medical Center OBI Creative Radio Garage Productions Ricoh Screenscape Studios WHO Radio

$6,000-$20,000 City of West Des Moines Dubuque Convention & Visitors Bureau Dubuque Regional Sports Commission Iowa Farm Bureau Prairie Meadows The University of Iowa $2,500-$5,999 3M Foundation, Inc. Absolute Concrete Aetna Ameriprise Financial, R. Scott Darrah CIPCO Fareway Health Alliance Medicare Loras College McFarland Clinic Polk County Pork Belly Ventures Reichardt Family Fund Story County Board of Supervisors $1,000-$2,499 Ames Rotary Club Cedar Rapids Convention & Visitors Bureau CharacterCounts! In Iowa Eye Care of Iowa Hawkeye Care Centers of Iowa Hupp Electric Motors Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Spina Bifida Association of Iowa $500-$999 AARP Boyer Petroleum Company Central Iowa Senior Education Network HealthPartners Hickory Park Restaurant Iowa Energy Jed Fisk Restoration Chiropractic River City Permits, LLC

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$250-$499 ABC Home Medical American Prosthetics & Orthotics Applied Art & Technology Deery Brothers Chevrolet (Pleasant Hill) Des Moines Police Department Gary Thompson Oil Co. Greater Iowa Credit Union - Ames Iowa ENT Center Jerry Carney And Sons, Inc Kum & Go Skunk River Cycles Steve Jordison The IMT Group The Vroman Group, LLP U.S. Cellular Van Meter Wal-Mart Foundation Wolfe Eye Clinic (West Des Moines) $249 AND BELOW Ames Trenching & Excavating, Inc. Ames Ford B-Bop’s (Ames) Craig and Beth Marrs Edible Arrangements (West Des Moines) Geilenfeld Funeral Home (Olewein) Geisinger Construction, Inc. Hurd Real Estate James Barry Kenneth Bergeson Lee Staak Lois and Bob Vohs NuCara Pharmacy Paula Schultz Pizza Pit Rick Fry Roseland Mackey Harris Architects, PC Story Construction Success Gymnastics Venuworks, Inc. Webster City Community School District Welch Ave. Station SPORT SPONSORS Clifton Gunderson LLP Des Moines Menace Fitness Sports Limited Inc. Iowa Network Services Iowa Wild Skunk River Cycles IN-KIND & OTHER CONTRIBUTORS 3D Farms (Boone) Algona Recreation Department All Ability Cycles All American Timing AmericInn (Ames)

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Ames Community Schools Ames Figure Skating Club Ames Little League Ames Park & Recreation Ames Soccer Association Ankeny Parks & Recreation Baymont Inn & Suites (Dubuque) Belmond Community Betterment Corporation Best Western Plus Hotel (Dubuque) Best Western University Park Inn (Ames) Bettendorf Parks & Recreation Boone County Hospital Boone County Sheriff Department Boone Police Department Bowlmor Lanes (Davenport) Capital City Equipment (Ames) Cedar Rapids BMX Cedar Rapids Bowling Center Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation Cedar Rapids Washington School District Centerville Community School District Central Decatur Community School District Charles City Whitewater Park Cherokee Parks & Recreation Chick-Fil-A City of Ames City of Charles City City of Clinton City of Denison City of Des Moines City of DeWitt City of Dubuque City of Glenwood City of Glidden City of Grundy Center City of Hull City of Iowa Falls City of New Hampton City of Storm Lake City of Waukon Clarion Hotel (Cedar Rapids) Clarke University (Dubuque) Clive Parks & Recreation Clive Running Festival Coe College Community of Christ Coralville United Methodist Church Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation Council Bluffs YMCA Country Inn & Suites (Ames) Country Inn & Suites (Dubuque) Creston Community School District Crossroads Shooting Sports Days Inn (Ames) Decorah Parks & Recreation Des Moines Park and Recreation Des Moines Triathlon Club Diving, Inc.


Dodge Riverside Golf Course Drake University Dubuque Chamber of Commerce Dubuque Community Schools Dubuque Telegraph Herald Eastern Iowa Figure Skating Club EconoLodge (Ames) Emmaus Bible College Fairfield Inn (Ames) Fairfield Inn (Dubuque) Fairfield Parks & Recreation Faith Baptist Church (Washington) Finley Hospital (Dubuque) First Family Church (Ankeny) Fort Dodge Community Schools Garner Parks & Recreation Gateway Hotel & Conference Center (Ames) Grand Harbor Resort (Dubuque) Grandstay Residential Suites (Ames) Granite City (Clive) Hardin County Fairgrounds Hilton Garden Inn (Ames) Hilton Garden Inn (Dubuque) HLW Engineering Holiday Inn (Ames) Holiday Inn Express & Suites (Dubuque) Hunziker Youth Sports Complex (Ames) Huxley Parks & Recreation Hy-Vee (Ames Locations) Hy-Vee (Dubuque Area Locations) Independence Parks & Recreation Indianola Parks & Recreation Iowa Army National Guard Iowa Beef Industry Council Iowa Black Powder Federation Iowa Bowhunters Association Iowa Bowling Proprietors Association Iowa City Parks & Recreation Iowa Department Of Natural Resources Iowa Department of Public Health Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Iowa Hawkeye Horseshoe Pitchers Association Iowa High School Athletic Association Iowa Junior PGA Iowa Network Services Iowa Parks & Recreation Association Iowa Racquetball Association Iowa Soccer Association Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Iowa Turkey Federation Iowa Western Community College Jefferson Parks & Recreation Kirkwood Community College Lewis Central Community Schools (Council Bluffs) LifeServe Blood Center Marshalltown Parks & Recreation Mason City Parks & Recreation Microtel (Ames) Mines of Spain Recreation Area (Dubuque) Nishna Valley YMCA

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Norwalk Parks & Recreation Osceola Parks & Recreation Oskaloosa Optimist Club Ottumwa School District Peosta Community Center Perry Parks & Recreation Pizza Pit Quality Inn & Suites (Ames) RAGBRAI Saydel High School Scott County YMCA Seven Oaks Recreation (Boone) Shenandoah Community School District Sibley Recreation Department Sioux Center Parks & Recreation Sioux City Parks & Recreation Spirit Lake Noon Kiwanis St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church St. Luke’s Medical Center Stonebridge Church (Cedar Rapids) Story County Conservation Story County Sheriff Department Sundown Mountain Resort Super 8 Motel (Dubuque) The Rack Billiard Club (Clive) Thunderbowl (Council Bluffs) Tipton Parks & Recreation Translux • Fair-Play Scoreboards Two Men and a Truck University Of Dubuque Val Lanes (West Des Moines) Valley Community Center Vernon Company Vinton Parks & Recreation Warrior Lanes Warrior Lanes (Waukee) Waterloo Parks & Recreation Waukee Community School District Waukee Parks & Recreation Wellmark YMCA (Des Moines) West Des Moines Community Schools West Des Moines Parks & Recreation William Penn University (Oskaloosa) Willow Creek Golf Course Winterset Parks & Recreation YMCA of Northeast Iowa

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2016-2017 Iowa Sports Foundation Annual Report  

The 2016-2017 Iowa Sports Foundation Annual Report gives readers an overview of the past fiscal year from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2...