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Junior Achievement of Waterloo Region 29 King Street East, Unit B Kitchener, ON N2G 2K4 Telephone: 519-576-6610 www.jawaterlooregion.com


Messages

The past year has been an exciting one for Junior Achievement Waterloo Region as we continued our commitment from 2011 to reorganizing, re-energizing, and re-introducing our organization to the community. The Board has been proud to support Aubrey and her team in their effort of moving JA Waterloo Region to the forefront of local organizations that make our Region stronger. We have invested in putting together a staff of talented people who are committed to ensuring JA delivers on our promise; to help youth experience the excitement of running a business, understand the realities of managing their personal finances, and learn what will be expected of them when they enter the workforce. By listening to feedback from our partners JA Waterloo Region continues to innovate in order to create the best value for our stakeholders. Finding new ways of delivering our programs to all youth, exciting changes to the Company Program and the enhanced benefits offered to donors and supporters in our Investors’ Circle are just some of the changes we are making to ensure JA is stronger than ever before. With so much of the groundwork completed, Aubrey, the Staff, and the Board are looking forward to growing our financial performance in the years ahead. We understand the value our organization brings to our region. We are committed to ensuring a bigger and better future for everyone involved with Junior Achievement.

Robin Todd Chair, Board of Directors Junior Achievement Of Waterloo Region Inc.

VISION Junior Achievement of Waterloo Region will be recognized as an integral part of the education system for providing highly accessible business and lifeskill programs by inspired volunteers that meet the diverse needs of youth, business partners and educators. 2 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WATERLOO REGION INC.

This past year was one of significant change. In August 2011 we moved into our beautifully renovated offices in downtown Kitchener where we share space, ideas and positive energy with our community partners the Kitchener & Waterloo Community Foundation and the Downtown Kitchener Business Improvement Area (DKBIA). We also rejuvenated and re-launched our annual business awards. They are now called the Business Spirit Awards and our November 2011 event established itself as a business awards gala like no other in Waterloo Region. You can learn more about the event by visiting www.jabusinessspirit.ca. There has been a buzz – or is that a “tweet” - of excitement throughout the JA office this year. We joined “the conversation” and engaged our current donors and partners, and began to grow a new generation of JA supporters, through electronic newsletters, updated websites and social media. We have created wiki’s where volunteers can share their experiences and we are ever-present on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Facebook. Never satisfied with status quo – the JA Team is embarking on exciting new ways of delivering our programming in a variety of unique spaces. With the support of new community partnerships we hope that 2012-13 will see us reaching young people who might not otherwise receive this vital and life-changing experience. I’d like to thank the JA Board of Directors and Staff who have, individually and collectively made a tremendous impact on this organization this year. Change is never easy but it can be energizing when everyone is pulling together. I, for one, am ready for another exhilarating year.

Aubrey Walters President & CEO MISSION Through partnership with educators, business and government, Junior Achievement provides relevant business programs delivered by trained and inspiring volunteers who share their practical experience to prepare students with the necessary lifeskills to enter the work force.


2011 – 2012 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Andréa Brinston Gowlings

Kevin Lambert Ernst & Young

Don Critelli

Jason Gibbons

Greater KW Chamber of Commerce

Justin Lavoie

Colliers International

RLB LLP

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

Margo Jones

Cameron Kozlowski

Peter Meier

Steve Montgomery

Teresa Norris-Lue

Centre in the Square

SafePlug Electrical Safety and Energy

Mark Kreller

BMO Financial Group

KW Oktoberfest

Lori Payne

Cowan Insurance Group

Sun Life Financial

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Darrin Snider WalterFedy

Robin Todd, Chair

Don Voisin

Marks Supply Inc.

Double R Steel Inc.

Don Zehr

Zehr Group

STAFF Left to right: Christine Dwyer, Program Manager; Aubrey Walters, President & CEO; Janice Hohner-Respondek, Manager of Administration & Special Projects; Jordan Schmidt, Program Coordinator; Jeffrey Darroch, Marketing & Development Specialist

Keith Ainsworth Jim Beingessner Lawrence Bingeman Bingemans Inc. Ian Cook Cook Homes Limited Nick Dendy Reprographic Technology International Ltd. Roger Farwell WalterFedy Mike Hiscott Roger Moser John Pollock Blairtech Investments Ltd. Peter Van Der Heyden Goliger’s Travel Plus

HONOURARY GOVERNORS Bob Astley Ross Dixon* Jack Forbes David Graham Chuck Greb* Dennis Grimm Lyle Hallman*

Jim Harper Paul Kuntz* Val O’Donovan* Mac Voisin Jack Weber* Klaus Woerner* * deceased

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GRADES 3 – 6

The Business Basics Series introduces students to the fundamental concepts of business in a community and global context. Each Business Basics Series program introduces core economic and business principles. The Business Basics Series of four elementary school programs includes: • Our Community - Needs, Jobs, Tools (Student Reach 483) • Our Country - Technology and Innovation (Student Reach 870) • Our Business World (Student Reach 810) • A Business of Our Own (Student Reach 570)

JA Programs

GRADE 7

Dollars with Sense demonstrates how students can financially manage changes in career and life directions. Students play an investment strategies game to learn about effective spending and how to avoid credit and debt pitfalls. (Student Reach 1,260)

GRADES 7 & 8

Economics for Success gives students a new perspective on how informed choices can jumpstart their future, today! (Student Reach 2,700) • Understand how every opportunity is a stepping-stone to success • Realize the financial constraints and demands of independence • Develop employability and interpersonal effectiveness • Identify resources needed to support a life long career journey This program creates the foundation for financial awareness. It helps kids grow from great young savers into financially savvy adults - saving, sharing and spending.

ABOUT JA

Junior Achievement of Waterloo Region (JA) is a social profit organization that delivers work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy programs to local students in Waterloo Region. For over 40 years, JA together with our business, education and government partners, has empowered young people to own their economic success. Last year alone, approximately 10,000 students benefited from JA programs, delivered by over 500 dedicated business volunteers. These volunteers provided over 6,500 hours of 4 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WATERLOO REGION INC.

GRADES 9 & 10

JA Titan is more than just a game. It’s an interactive experience. As a realistic online simulation, JA Titan challenges students to navigate the dynamic changes of our technology-driven global marketplace. The new online version now allows for advanced levels of play, hiring of new staff, and sub-decisions for Marketing and R&D. (Student Reach 1,660)

GRADES 11 & 12

Success Skills is a pilot program based on Sean Covey’s work, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens”. Skills such as active listening, conflict resolution, team work and problem solving are developed. This program is often a part of a student’s Career Studies class as its focus is on work-place readiness. (Student Reach 480)

GRADES 9 – 12

Company Program - A Student Venture inspires high school students to understand the role of business in our society by creating an enterprise of their own. By collaborating with professional volunteer consultants to design, organize and operate a real business, students experience how a small enterprise functions. (In School Student Reach 355; After School 121) This program is offered as an in-class project for Grades 11 & 12 and as a very rewarding after-school program where students in grades 9 - 12 collaborate with others from across the Region’s high schools.

instructional time. Our programs are designed to deliver on three educational pillars: Financial Literacy, Work Readiness and Entrepreneurship. JA is the successful link between education and the business community, giving youth the confidence and knowledge they need to define personal success, enhance their workforce readiness and pursue their dreams. JA inspires youth to make informed, educated and knowledgeable financial decisions, start companies, develop career plans and express their innovative spirit.


JA Company Program

The Sun Life Company Program inspires high school students to understand the role of business by creating an enterprise of their own. By collaborating with business volunteers, students design, organize and operate a real business. They experience first-hand how a small enterprise functions. The Sun Life Company Program offers new possibilities for the next generation of successful start�ups.

JA COMPANY PROGRAM SPONSORS C-SWAG EH!

CLOUD9INE

DUCT TAPE CUSTOMS

GREETING GURUS

RECORD TIME

PETAL PRODUCTIONS

POWER GROW

PROGRAM STAFF

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1967 Kitchener Chamber of Commerce identifies Junior Achievement as one of many activities the community is interested in developing. This initiative was part of Canada’s Centennial Celebrations. The initiative is approved and four chamber members express interest in the program including Pat Bourque of General Spring Products, Cliff Brown of Custom Leather, Jack Forbes of Forbes Motors and Howie Jasper of Clarkson & Gordon. 1970 Peter Mason (B.F. Goodrich) accepts the chairmanship for the inaugural year. 1970 Company Program Students in grades 9–12 form their own corporation, elect officers, sell shares, produce, market and sell a product or service, maintain records and then liquidate their business. 1971 Charles E. Greb (President of Greb Industries Ltd.), is elected to succeed Peter Mason as President.

Timeline

1971-1972 Name changed to Junior Achievement of KitchenerWaterloo Inc. 1984 Waterloo Region Business Achievement Awards began in November, 1984. This event recognizes over 100 nominated companies in the following six categories: New Business of the Year, Small Business of the Year, Excellence in Technology Award, Retailer of the Year, Corporate Citizen of the Year, and Business of the Year. Late 80’s Name is changed to JA of Waterloo Region. 1991 The first Annual Junior Achievement Golf Tournament is held. It continues to be a mainstay, held on the second Monday in June. 1994 The Economics of Staying in School, now called Economics for Success started. Students in grades 7 and 8 consider and reflect

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on the advantages of remaining in school until they have acquired the knowledge, attitudes and skills to undertake the long term goal of a successful career. 1996 1,750 students were reached in the 1996/1997 school year. 1997 June 4 was the inaugural meeting of the Board of Governors of Junior Achievement of the Waterloo Region. 1999 3,000 students were reached in the 1999/2000 school year. 2000 The Governor’s Event was held for the first time in June. 2000 Introduction of Grade 11 & 12 Student Venture This in-class program provides students with the opportunity to learn about business concepts and experience all phases of business operations. 2002 Introduction of Grade 5 Business Basics Program Called ‘Our Business World’ walks students through the organization and management of a small business. Students develop business plans, learn about jobs, produce and market products. 2002–2003 We reached 9,000 students. 2003 Introduction of Grade 9 & 10 Banks in Action Through a fastpaced series of activities, high school students learn the fundamentals of borrowing, lending money, and the impact interest rates have on banks and customers. 2003 The first Cambridge Enterprising Affair takes place in the winter. 2003 The Theatre & Auction Event takes place in the spring. 2004 Introduction of Grade 3 Business Basics Program – Our Community Through practical activities, the students learn about

the flow of money and the types of tools necessary to perform different jobs in their community. 2005 Introduction of Grade 4 Business Basics Program – Our Country Students identify Canadian inventors and inventions; create future technologies for today’s needs and evaluate their usefulness. Technology changes in Agriculture, Communication and Manufacturing sectors are reviewed. 2005 Introduction of Grade 6 Business Basics Program – A Business of Our Own Through hands on activities, students learn about business plans and how to develop one; how teams work together; how marketing strategies are developed and the importance of financial records. 2006 Introduction of Grade 9-12 JA Titan Set in the year 2030, JA Titan creates a world in which students are CEOs. During a simulation, students run a manufacturing company and master five key business decisions: price of product, production levels, marketing expenses, research and development costs and capital investment levels. 2009 In October, 40th Anniversary celebrations for JA of Waterloo Region commence. 2011 JA moved to downtown Kitchener where we share space with our community partners the Kitchener & Waterloo Community Foundation and the Kitchener Business Improvement Area (KBIA). Business Achievement Awards are re-launched and are known as the Business Spirit Awards. 2012 Junior Achievement went digital. We began to use electronic newsletters and social media. Our website was updated and we created wiki’s where volunteers can share their experiences. You can find us on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Facebook.


Business Spirit Awards

Business of the Year Award: Desire2Learn

Mentorship Award: Two Blonde Chicks

Entrepreneur of the Year Award: TribeHR

Over 300 people representing businesses and non-profit organizations in Waterloo Region were on hand at Bingemens in Kitchener to congratulate and honour award recipients. In 2011, this event was completely re-designed turning it into an awards event like no other. Junior Achievement is all about helping young people succeed and this year we made our young “Achievers� part of the evening.

Community Service Award: The Business & Education Partnership of Waterloo Region

Corporate Citizen Award: Brock Solutions YEARBOOK 2012 7


Theatre & Auction Event

279 people came out to see the production of “9 to 5 – the Musical”. Guests also enjoyed a reception hosted by the St Jacobs Furniture House. Thank you to all of our sponsors for their continued support of this event. Be sure to mark March 26, 2013 in your calendar for next year’s event at the brand new Cambridge Theatre.

THEATRE & AUCTION SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSOR

WINE SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSOR

RECEPTION VENUE SPONSOR

PRODUCTION SPONSOR

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SILVER SPONSORS

BRONZE SPONSORS

MEDIA SPONSORS

SUPPORTING SPONSOR

A big thank you to the staff who volunteered to help run this event.


Golf Tournament

Junior Achievement of Waterloo Region hosted its 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament on June 11th at Rockway Golf & Country Club in Kitchener. Thank you to all our golfers and sponsors. Together, we raised approximately $25,000 to support financial literacy and business education programs in Waterloo Region. JA is looking forward to next year’s tournament. Keep June 10, 2013 open to come play a round with us!

GOLF TOURNAMENT SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSOR

LUNCH SPONSOR

GOLFER GIFT SPONSOR

SILVER SPONSOR

BRONZE SPONSORS

MEDIA SPONSORS

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Summer Solstice 10 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WATERLOO REGION INC.

Paul and JoAnn Grespan graciously hosted JA’s Summer Solstice at their home. 150 guests enjoyed an evening of food, refreshments and networking. New this year – jugglers, magicians and contortionists entertained guests as they arrived. Junior Achievement would like to extend our gratitude to Paul and JoAnn for their support in making this year’s Summer Solstice a wonderful event.


Futures Unlimited Banquet

On May 1, 2012, students, parents, volunteers and sponsors gathered at the Holiday Inn in Kitchener to celebrate the successes of the 121 Achievers in the 2011�12 Sun Life Company Program. The event marked the 42nd annual Futures Unlimited Banquet (FUB) where Junior Achievement student companies and individuals were recognized for excellence in their business ventures.

FUTURES UNLIMITED BANQUET SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSOR

DINNER SPONSOR

MEDIA SPONSORS

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Action Coach Tony Roy

Conestoga College Frank Mensink

Bank of Montreal Darren Black Terri Bramley Heather Cooper Deborah Franklin

Cook Homes LImited Ian Cook

Manulife Financial Amy Evason Dustin Kunar Michelle Ostermann Christiane Woeller

Corrections Canada Shelli-Lynn Workman

Marks Supply Inc. Robin Todd

BCG Logisitics Mike Stephenson

Cowan Insurance Group Teresa Norris-Lue

Meyers Norris Penny LLP Amy Cottenie

Best Western St. Jacobs Inn Jim Kerstens

CTV Cameron Crassweller

Bingemans Inc. Lawrence Bingeman

Desire2Learn Heather Hennessy John Baker

Blairtech Investments Ltd. John Pollock

Double R Steel Inc. Don Voisin

BMO Harris Private Banking Catherine McCall

Doyle Properties Judy Staats

BMO Financial Group Cameron Kozlowski Business Development Bank of Canada Kyle Feucht Samantha Hunter Canada Revenue Agency Gary Shantz Centre in the Square Peter Meier

Volunteers

CHYM 96.7/570 News/ KIX 106.7 FM Christa Hicks Sarah Jane MacCrimmon CIBC Kim Friesen Debbie Schmidt Tabitha Schwarz Clear Path Employer Services Inc. David Guerin Colliers International Justin Lavoie Com Dev Terry Green Mark Heinemann Community Care Access Centre Chris Pollard

Dundee Wealth Doug Griffioen Economical Insurance Shanon Alpaugh Leanne Bast Lance Henderson Carolyn Keerey Leanne Kropf Christy Mattausch Mike Mead Jill Mehlhorn Bina Parekh Craig Pawluk Tracy Penney Jennifer Schmitt Cassandra Skanes Tanya Stever Will Stroeder Eleven Consulting Karen Male

I love volunteering for JA. It is enjoyable and rewarding. I see impacting results when students express concerns on the cost of items and make the link that money doesn’t grow on trees albeit some joked it’s made of paper. Tina Tran Retirement Contract Specialist Sun Life Financial

Goliger’s Travel Plus Doug Hart Liz Ward Peter Van Der Heyden Gowlings Andréa Brinston Greater KW Chamber of Commerce Don Critelli Hancock Insurance Brokers Ltd. Bill Hancock Holiday Inn Kitchener Amanda Kaufman

Embree & Co. LLP Lucci Racolta

Joanne Jones Financial Planning Joanne Jones

Ernst & Young LLP Kristen Hammer Kevin Lambert

Just Fix It Brendan Waller

Eyelight Creative Marketing Courtney Teeple Fore U Enterprises Connie Deckert Frederick Travel John Graham

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KPMG Lee Anne Basler Bruce Toner KW Oktoberfest Mark Kreller Libro Financial Group Cheryl Strybosch Tracy Legge

Mortgage Alliance Maureen Spina Morval Janice Henry Napa Auto Parts Nadia Singh Pioneer Insurance Krystina Leidig PwC Martha Kuehl Reprographic Technology International Ltd. Nick Dendy Research in Motion Susan Gillingham Tim Grant Jeremy Holthuysen Karen Linseman-Brown Janet Pillitter Larissa Vafiades Nick Vafiades Laura Van Dyke Karen Wetteskind Corrine Williams RLB LLP Jason Gibbons Royal Bank Financial Group Darcy Krahn Vanya Misic SafePlug Electrical Safety and Energy Steve Montgomery S.H. Southern and Associates Steve Southern Schott Resolutions Greg Schott St. John’s Ambulance Tony Lea


Starbucks Jason Baskerville Kate Marchbank Samantha Price Patrick Cooper Student Care Dan Weber Sun Life Financial Karen Hennessy Kathyn Aggio Kira Baltkalns John-Paul Bell Vera Bergman Carolyn Black Sandy Dierstein Alexander Draper Zachary Faubert-Tetreault Zac Jones Scott Leger Linda Lessard Christine Lockie Ryan John MacLeod Lisa Montgomery Ashwani Nandrajog Lori Payne Barbara Puddy Sadaf Qayumi Brescia Quan Nancy Sej Steve Smukavich Erica Stellings Matthew Stern Tina Tran Theresa Van Wyck Mark Weicker Karen Westway Beth Whitehead Kristen Wilmot Tiffany Wong

Shayan Nikaeein Sandra Oliveira Denise Pezzano Debbie Swift Meghan Tallevi Celia Valente Wendy Vaughn Melissa Vos Kelly-Anne Vsetula Denise Whalen Mike Wisniewski TD Commercial Banking Cathy Jolly TD Waterhouse Tanner Michalek Technology Initiatives Group Ltd. Randy Bradford The Co-operators Lisa Ritter TLC Whole Life Pet Food Erik Kuttis Union Gas Nicole Fernandes University of Waterloo Geoff Malleck WalterFedy Roger Farwell Darrin Snider

TD Bank Financial Group Karl Brecht

Welker & Associates Chris Welker

TD Canada Trust Paul Amaral Erin Boston Krystal Byrne Carl Coelho Victor Coelho Jason Devenny Jason Farrugia Ronald Gillespie Steve Heinbuch Maureen Jackson Ryan Janicki Walter Jurman Joy Kelly Shaleeza Khan Claudette Leclair Kimberly McKenzie

Wilfrid Laurier University Christien Begin Steven Chan Tarini Chandak Dana Gillett Lee Pham Kent Zathey

Volunteers

Sybase Canada Ltd. Jose Ramos

Waterloo Catholic District School Board Lindsay Bridgman Margo Jones Amanda Pileggi Michelle Schill

YWCA Emily Baetz Zehr Group Don Zehr Individual Volunteers Keith Ainsworth Jan Alexanian

Shawn Ashley Matt Austin Michael Barnett Jim Beingessner Tonya Bickford Chantelle Bilodeau Jennifer Brown Carol Buss Jason Carey Meghan Chalmers Rose Chen Melissa Coleman Marina Colussi Reese Croft Kathy Cron Danielle Dale Matthew Dickson Janine Dietrich Louise Dineen Darren Drouillard Lynsey Ellis-Smith Sheryl Fanta Stephanie Forte Colleen Froese Aman Garg Grant Gingrich Adrian Goberdhan Jason Goddard Anne Gorrie Kendra Gough Radu Gurau Wendy Hague Richard Heeg Shirley Henderson Jonathan Hill Doreen Hillier Mike Hiscott Mark Imola Rosemarie Jones Louise Kaiser Manaal Kaladgi Avani Karadkhedkar Jim Kerstens Arvind Kishor Marilyn Lacey Adam Lawrence Hung Lee Joseph Louwagie Miha Lucaci Nicole Mayer Peter McCann Gene McCarthy Ashley McCarthy Michael Moore Roger Moser Kathy Munro Gail Nafzinger Keith Ooesthoek Matthew Panczyk Joe Potworka Monika Raja Justin Ramcharan David Ribble Lissette Rivera Liz Roth

Innovation, hard work, team and entrepreneurial spirit are the lifelong lessons learned through the Junior Achievement programs making it the perfect bridge between school and career. The key thing about Junior Achievement is that it evolves as a corporation evolves so that students get the knowledge and experience they need in order to be successful once they’ve started their careers. I am proud to be a volunteer with this exceptional organization in the Waterloo Region. Courtney Teeple

David Rusk Michelle Schill Julie Schmidt Carly Schmidt Mike Scott Masooda Shahbaz Tulip Shaheen Patrick Sharkey Jin She Evan Sittler Kathi Smith Wendy Snider Teresa Stern Glenn Stewart Vanessa Talmage Mike Treusch Robert Turner Kaveh Vafaei Alexander van Gaalen Wendy Vaughn Renee Walkom Doug Wallbank Stephen Willard-Rafton Tom Wnuk Oriana Wong Heather Woodward Mike Woroch Victoria Yang Tiana Yaraskavitch Maria Zahid

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Donors and Supporters

Meritech Engineering Miller Thomson LLP Prior Resource Group Research In Motion Limited S.G. Cunningham Limited Second Foundation Inc. Spaeneur The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation: Junior Achievement Terry Burch Memorial Fund Waterloo Wellington Chartered Accountants Association (WWCAA)

Donors $10,000+

Conestoga Cold Storage Cowan Foundation Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation M&M Meat Shops Ontario Trillium Foundation Paul & JoAnn Grespan Region of Waterloo Sun Life Financial TD WalterFedy WaterMarks Zehr Group

$5,000 – $9,999

Keith Ainsworth Bingemans BMO City of Kitchener Cook Homes Ernst & Young Heffner Lexus Toyota Scion Reprographic Technology Resom Holdings Starbucks The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation: The John A. Pollock Family Fund The Ross & Doris Dixon Charitable Foundation Waterloo Rotary Club

Up to $999 OTIP RLB LLP Rockwell Automation The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation: Dr. John D. Stewart Union Gas - A Spectra Energy Company Waterloo Region Record

$1,000 – $2,499

Jim Beingessner City of Cambridge CMA Golf Tournament DC Foods Inc Deloitte Desire2Learn Incorporated GSP Group Just Fix It Kitchener Rotary Club Kitchener-Conestoga Rotary Club Kitchener-Westmount Rotary Club Mennonite Foundation (Wagner Foundation)

$2,500 – $4,999

Barrday Inc Christie Gowlings KPMG Onbelay Investment Corporation

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Gary Barfoot BCG Logistics BDO Financial Services Mary Beaton Barbara Berg Randy Bradford Jeff Bradshaw John Brewer Andréa Brinston Rick Brock Laverne Brubacher Burchell Dentistry Professional Corporation Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Steve Carpenter Bob Channen James Chmiel City of Waterloo Brian Cochrane Ian Cook Yvan Couture Leanne Currie Anne Darroch Dell Computer Juma C Denny Darren Denomme Double R Steel Raymond Downey Eleven Consulting Exchange Magazine David Falle


Up to $999 Continued

Donors and Supporters

Brian Fisher Daniel Flanagan Margaret Forwell Scot Foster Fox Net John and Irene Frezell Galt Country Club Coun. John Gazzola Gemini Motors Jason Gibbons Giffen LLP Goliger’s Travel Plus John Graham Greater KW Chamber of Commerce Fern Greb John Hagey Ryan Hallman William Hancock Tara Herriot Michael Hiscott Home Hardware Howard Huehn Human Resources Professionals Association Glenn James JAZ Graphics Margo Jones Denny C Juma Jonathan Kaufman Kitchener Utilities Kiwanis Club of Elmira Kevin Lambert Justin Lavoie Peter Lehman Kenneth Lewis Graydon Liddle Brian Lipskie Mike Lynch Larry Masseo Greg McCauley William McGregor Jim McIntyre Stephen McWilliam Peter Meier Shauna Metcalf Arthur Mills Paul Ming William Moffat John Moseley-Williams Diane Moser Laura Muirhead Gay Nadeau Nelco Mechanical Ltd Teresa Norris-Lue Sheila O’Donovan Brian Ogilvie

Panagos & Van Flooring Michael Paralavos Marg Parks Lori and Robert Payne John and Jean Pym Norah Rae Rae & Lipskie RM Adams Trucking Calvin Rodgers Paul Rostrop Ted Rowe Tim Schaner Rolf Schwartje Tabitha Schwarz Karen Scian Gary Shantz Edward Shier Kris Shoemaker Paul Sichewski Steve Southern John Spearn Mike Stephenson Bryan Stewart Ronald Strauss Andrew Strongman Adele Swanson Randell Thomson Rosemary Trakalo Tri City Readymix - Ron Esbaugh Kacee Vasudeva Shevaun Voisin Don Voisin Douglas Wagner Waterloo Catholic District School Board Waterloo Inn Conference Center Mary D’Alton Waterloo Manufacturing Waterloo Region District School Board Mike Weiler

Anna Woerner Diane Wolfenden Woodbridge Foam Corporation

Media Partners Waterloo Region Record KIX 106.7 FM 96.7 CHYM FM 570 News Exchange Magazine

In-Kind

Blue Lizard Productions Cober Solutions Denison Print Echo Sims Eyelight Creative Marketing Services HHD Imports Inc. Holiday Inn JAZ Integrated Graphics Inc. Mammoet Canada Eastern PwC Sax Construction Sherwood Systems Inc St Jacobs Furniture House Barbara Sushycki

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Investors’ Circle

Thank you JA Investors’ Circle. We are grateful for your continued support.

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