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THE CLUB Taught me the importance of higher education, leadership and giving back.

YOUTH DESERVE GREAT FUTURES


This is a place where youth belong. Because youth need safe, positive places, those place need great mentors. This is a place where you achieve. Because youth should reach their ful potential, we shouldn’t rest until they do. Th s a place where lives are changed. Because o person can change a life, one life can chang a community. This is a place where great futur start. Because youth deserve great futures, and great futures start with your support. Th s a place where youth belong. Because youth


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Dear Friends, On the following pages you will find the 2012-2013 annual report for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale. We are proud to highlight the important accomplishments of our youth development programs, facilities, operations and fundraising. We believe every child deserves a great future. Our family of staff, parents, and volunteers work tirelessly to serve over 17,800 youth in our community and create a positive place where great futures begin. The level of excellence we provide could not be met without the support and generosity of individuals, corporations, and organizations in the Valley and throughout the nation. This support helps us be the premier youth development organization that we are today. On behalf of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale, thank you for your support and dedication.

Rick Baker Chairman of the Board

Steve Davidson President & CEO


WHO WE ARE

PROGRAMS

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale empowers 17,800 youth of all ages and backgrounds to develop the qualities needed to reach their full potential as productive, responsible citizens. The Club provides a safe place, caring adult mentors, fun, friendship and athletics, and high-impact youth development programs during critical non-school hours. Clubs are located in cities and on Native American lands in the greater Scottsdale area and promote academic success, positive character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.

Our 100 life-enhancing programs are taught by professionally trained staff and emphasize five core areas: the arts; character & leadership development; education & career development; health & life skills; and sports, fitness and recreation.

LOCATIONS The organization’s nine Branches and multiple outreach sites are located in: • Phoenix • Scottsdale • Fountain Hills • Mesa • The Hualapai Indian Community • The Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community


RECOGNITION HIGHLIGHTS 29 National Program Awards have been given to our non-profit since 2003 including the honor of Best Overall Club (2009 and 2012). 18 Club members have won national honors in fine arts and digital arts since 2003—judged best in the country in their age category. Nationally recognized as one of the top 25 organizations in the country by Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Our results in working with incarcerated youth have been highlighted in national publications and our staff have presented at national conferences based on requests to learn more about these efforts.

FUN FACT: The Thunderbirds Branch

t the State Spelling Bee - the mos ...recently sent seven members to s Bee five of the seven member members from any Club. At the sion and one finishing in second! placed with four winning their divi

CLUB IMPACT HIGHLIGHTS 28,644

In 2013, Club members provided 28,644 hours in volunteer service to the Club and community.

40%

In the last three years, the Club’s average daily attendance for teens has increased 40%.

52%

52% of parents surveyed in spring 2013 rated the Club a 10 out of 10 for overall satisfaction.

1,923

50%

$19.33

The Clubs served an average of 1,923 youth per day in June 2013—the highest number of any month in the last three years. 50% decrease in the amount of juvenile arrests since Club programming was put in place at a Juvenile Detention Center on Native American land. $19.33 is the amount of positive economic impact that generates in the community for every $1 donated.


Special Events (Net)

Program & Membership Fees

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale

39%

PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUE

Grants

20

%

2%

8% 4% %

21%

2%

AFK Foundation Support

3 % 3

Angels for Kids & General Contributions

Miscellaneous Thrift Store Revenue Comprehensive Youth Development

84%

7% 9%

OPERATING FINANCIALS

Donated Materials & Services

Angels for Kids & General Contributions $ 1,818,723 Angels for Kids Foundation Support $ 195,351 Grants $ 1,743,185 Program & Membership Fees $ 3,410,764 Special Events (less direct donor benefits) $ 510,855 Donated Materials & Services $ 287,793 United Way Allocation $ 244,411 Thrift Shop Revenue (net) $ 278,905 Miscellaneous $ 192,802 Total Revenue

$ 8,682,789

EXPENSES United Way

Fundraising & Special Events

Comprehensive Youth Development Fundraising & Special Events Management & General Total Expense Change in Net Assets

Management & General

$ 7,279,012 $ 600,078 $ 789,623 $ 8,668,713 $ 14,076


OPERATING FINANCIALS

Split Interest Agreements (Net)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Foundation PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUE Contributions/Bequests/Memorial Gifts Split Interest Agreements, Net Interest & Dividends Gains/Losses on Investments Miscellaneous Total Revenue

< 1%

Contributions Bequests Memorial Gifts

$ 4,748,724 -$ 66,823 $ 435,984 $ 589,614

83%

$ 47,700 $ 5,755,199

7% 10% 1%

Miscellaneous

Interests & Dividends Gains/Losses on Investments


H O W G IV E M A K ES A N IM PA CT ...

ual campaign makes a A contribution to our ann th development areas. you e cor 5 our difference in t it supports: tha ms Here are some progra PERFORMING ARTS Serves 250 Youth Annually 8 youth/semester $500 $1,000 $2,500 $5,000

16 youth/semester 40 youth/semester 80 youth/semester

S PROJECT L.E.A.N FITNES y Serves 2,000 Youth Annuall 12 youth/semester $500 25 youth/semester $1,000 60 youth/semester $2,500 125 youth/semester $5,000

AMERICA READS Serves 225 Youth Annually 10 youth/semester $500 $2,500

20 youth/semester 50 youth/semester

$5,000

100 youth/semester

$1,000

BASKETBALL LEAGUES Serves 1,000 Youth Annually 4 youth/season $500 $2,500

8 youth/season 20 youth/season

$5,000

40 youth/season

$1,000

GIVE, the rebranded Angels for Kids annual campaign of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale, assists the Club in providing quality youth development programming and positive adult role models for youth in our community. The campaign’s theme – GIVE – reflects the strong and valuable mentoring services our youth receive from professionally trained staff and volunteers who deliver daily quality programs and services to any child regardless of their economic situation. Donations to GIVE has the greatest impact on youth in the Club with 96 cents of every dollar raised going directly to support and grow Club programs and services.

Thi s yea r, a tot al of 44 0 don ors gav e to the ann ual cam pai gn wit h a 50 % incr eas e in new inv est ors to the org aniz atio n.


JESSICA DUBOIS 2013 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale’s Youth of the Year • Hartley & Ruth Barker Branch Jessica has been a member at the Hartley & Ruth Barker Branch for 6 years. Through the challenges she has encountered in her life, she has become a stronger and grateful person because of the Club. She has made it a point to reach out to other girls and share her story and positive attitude towards life. Much of her knowledge she has gained from participating in programs such as SMART Girls, What’s Hip, eCrew and accumulating over 90 volunteer hours this year. Jessica maintains an overall 3.3 GPA and plans to attend Grand Canyon University or Texas Christian University to pursue a career in pediatric nursing. “I’ve learned that no matter the problem the Club will always be by my side every step of the way,” says Jessica. “They saved my life and the Club will always have a special place in my heart.”


MEMBERSHIP PROFILE TOTAL YOUTH SERVED: 17,880 GENDER

NUMBER

Male Female

9,819 8,061

AGE

NUMBER

5-9 years old 10-12 years old 13-15 years old 16-18 years old ETHNICITY

Caucasian Hispanic Native American Multi-Racial African American Asian Pacific

7,031 5,942 3,480 1,427 NUMBER

10,528 3,052 2,138 752 617 793

%

55% 45% %

39% 33% 19% 8% %

59% 17% 12% 4% 3% 4%


BOARD OF GOVERNORS

F U N FACT: Lehi Branch

LEADERSHIP Rick Baker, Chairperson

Chris Baiker

Jeremy Keck

Kevin Bollinger, Vice Chairperson: Facilities

Tony Bolazina

Patricia Lafferty

Barry Chasse, At Large

Mark Bosco

David Larcher

David Cohen, Vice Chairperson: Governance

Mike Bowen

Kenneth Levine

Abbie Fink, At Large

Tyler Butler

Bryce Lloyd

Frank Gorman, Treasurer

Franco Calabrese

David Lorsch

John Heitel, Chairperson: Foundation

Janet Caldarelli

Dillan Micus

Todd Jones, At Large

Theresa Chmurzynski

Lorraine Murrietta

Peter Menna, Secretary

Sloan Christensen

Kevin Nelson

Robert Nanberg, Vice Chairperson: Programs

Christopher Collins

Wally Nichols

Clark Peterson, Vice Chairperson: Shared Services

Marianne Curran

Kevin Patrick

Allen Thompson, Vice Chairperson: Development

Rod Dennis

Dr. David Peterson

Sangy Vatsa, Vice Chairperson: Strategic Planning

Tina Duffy

Pam Philips

Ruth & Hartley Barker, Honorary Chairmen

Robert Faver

David Porter

Bertram Feingold

Robert Rife

Jason Ford

Jim Riggs

Donn Frye

Paul Rubeli

Craig Hadges

Bruce Samuels

Thomas Hoecker

Steve Schwanz

One of the few Clubs in Indian Country serving a diverse population! Jeffrey Shiffra Laura Sixkiller Gary Sova Mark Springsteel Peter Stesiak Dan Stewart Tyrone Strozier Daniel Thompson Mark Weber Marc Wichansky Robert Winter


FOUNDATION

LIFE MEMBERS

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Ted Baehr

Mary Ellen McKee

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ruth & Hartley Barker, Honorary Chairmen

Curt Barker

Jim Monroe

Theresa Chmurzynski, President

John Heitel, Chairman

Chuck Bergstrom

Matt Munn

April Thalman, President-Elect

Michael Fisher, Vice Chairman

Joseph Brem

Howard Neff

Trudy Dawson-Hahn, VP Development

Steve Haws, Vice Chairman—Marketing

Bill Bridwell

Mike Nelson

Lucy Jackson, VP Development

Robert Turpin, Treasurer

Jim Bruner

John Parker

Gina Jones, VP Membership

Gwen Hillis, Secretary

Don Chiappetti

Richard Reinken

Barbara Solem, Secretary

Dick Collins

Rick Rives

Ethel DeMarr

Don Ruff

Barbara Arendt, Member at Large: Luncheons

Buck Ford

Bill Soderquist

Dave Forwood

John Stull

Robert Frost

Mike Thorell

Paul Gerber

Kathy Utzinger

Charles W. Hall, III

Karl Voldeng

Dan Lewis

Comer Wadzeck

FOUNDATION TRUSTEES Bill Anixter Steve Hilton Mark Letendre Karen Meyer Wally Nichols Edi Remaklus Paul Rubeli Peter Stesiak Ted Stump Frank Verderame

Loren McFarland

AUXILIARY

Rebecca Merritt, Member at Large: Correspondence

FU N FACT: Barker Branch Was built in 1998 to replace the Osborn branch which had been in existence since the 50’s.


EXECUTIVE TEAM

BRANCH LEADERSHIP

Steve Davidson President/CEO

Paul Bernardo, Branch Director Thunderbirds Branch

Jim Stratton Executive Director of the Foundation

Cathy Cabezas, Branch Director Rose Lane Branch

Kelly Bullock Sr. VP of Finance & Administration

Tamara Delmar, Branch Director Lehi Branch

Diane Roberts Sr. VP of Development & Marketing

Darren Hudak, Branch Director Peach Springs Branch

Tom Shaughnessy Sr. VP of Operations

EJ Hughes, Director of Club Services

DID YOU K NOW...

Outreach Ser vices helped 1,000 Club me mbers get back to school clothes and supplies in 201 3 and plans to do so again this year!

DJ Lott, Branch Director Mary Ellen & Robert McKee Branch Bella Miller, Branch Director Red Mountain Branch Marco Moreno, Branch Director Virginia G. Piper Branch Marybell Ramirez-Deeds Director of Outreach Services Caitlin Sageng, Branch Director Vestar Branch Lauren Stratton, Branch Director Ruth & Hartley Barker Branch Brian Yazzie Director of Native American Services


THANK YOU TO OUR 2012-2013 DONORS The list below reflects donors who have contributed $500 or more during the given fiscal year. We express deep gratitude and appreciation to all our donors and those who are not listed below (due to space limitations) for their generous contribution.

BENEFACTORS $25,000+ American Express Company The Arizona Republic/ 12 News Season for Sharing Fund AXA Advisors Southwest Ruth and Hartley Barker BHHS Legacy Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bosco Boys & Girls Clubs of America Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Auxiliary Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Foundation Broadband Dynamics, LLC Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort Charles Schwab City of Scottsdale Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen Ms. Marianne Curran Executive Council Charities Ms. Abbie Fink First Western Trust Bank General Dynamics C4 Systems GoDaddy.com

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Hilton HMA Public Relations Hualapai Tribe Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix Mr. David Lorsch and Ms. Cindy Lubin Mary Ellen and Robert McKee Mr. Dillan Micus NCAI The John and Sophie Ottens Foundation Owens Trust The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Phoenix Suns Charities Phoenix Suns The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Mr. George Podd Republic Services Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rife Maureen and Paul Rubeli Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Scottsdale Active 20/30 Club Scottsdale Charros Scottsdale Insurance Company/ Nationwide Foundation Scottsdale Unified School District

SEA Research Foundation, Inc. Taco Bell Foundation, Inc. The Thunderbird Foundation The Town of Fountain Hills The Valley of the Sun United Way The Verde Vaqueros Walmart The Ellen Glazer Ziegler Foundation ADVOCATES $10,000–$24,999 The Arizona Community Foundation The Arthur Family Foundation Bank of America Bank of America Charitable Foundation The Capital Group Companies Chasse Building Team Mr. and Mrs. Barry Chasse Mr. Bart Colson Mr. Bradley Colson Cox Charities CVS Caremark Del E. Webb Foundation Dibble Engineering Mr. and Mrs. William Eckholm

Gainey Ranch Men’s Association GE Capital Solutions Goldberg Family Foundation Great American Title Agency Hallmark Cards, Inc. Anonymous The Ingebritson Family Foundation Mr. Todd Jones Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kuehner Lewis Roca Rothgerber, LLP Medtronic Foundation Mutual of Omaha Bank Pacific Office Automation, Inc. Mr. Glenn Pahnke Pepsi Bottling Group Pam and John Philips Phoenix Cement Company Scottsdale Leadership, Inc. Snell & Wilmer L.L.P. SRP Emmy and Steve Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson Tiffany & Bosco P.A.

F U N FACT: Piper Branch cently Club members re guin as adopted the pen ot and its official masc ia. named it Petun

The USAA Foundation MENTORS $5,000–$9,999 Alameda Boys & Girls Clubs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anixter APS Arizona Diamondbacks Charities Bank of Oklahoma Anonymous Bridgeway Health Solutions CoBiz Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Dennis Dreiseszun Family Foundation Encore Creative Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ford


Fort McDowell Casino G S House Inc. GE Foundation Mr. Herb Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gray The Hankins Foundation Ms. Laurie Hawkes Mr. and Mrs. John C. Heitel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hoecker incourage Community Foundation Ingram Micro, Inc. Ironwood Investment Counsel LLC Mr. Rick Karl Kohl’s Mr. and Mrs. Omar Koury Mr. and Mrs. David Larcher Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Levine Meridian Bank Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore My Billing Tree The Northern Trust Company OJP Partners for Paiute Mr. and Mrs. Mark Perkins Pete King Construction Company Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peterson RBC Wealth Management Salt River Fields Mr. Jeff Shiffra Silverhawk Financial Services, Inc The Silverman Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slager

Sommer Investments, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sova Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stesiak Surety Placement Services, Inc. Taco Bell Foundation for Teens Telesphere Networks, Ltd. Diane and Gary Tooker U.S. Trust UPS Mr. and Mrs. Marc Wichansky Wilhoit Foundation Ms. Kathy Young YourCause, LLC GUARDIANS $2,500–$4,999 A/C Smart Alliance Bank of Arizona Alliance Bernstein Helen and Bruce Ambuel Arizona Cardinals Charities Ascentium Capital LLC BBR Foundation BCA Companies Mr. Tom Bedell Mrs. Wei Ming Bedell Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bollinger Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bowen Tyler and Jean-Paul Butler Janet and Paul Caldarelli CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C.

CenturyLink Complete Print Shop Cox Communications Coyotes Charities Mr. Scott Crozier Curian Capital, LLC Darden Foundation Tina and Tom Duffy Duke Supply First Fidelity Bank FirstBank Arizona Mr. Richard B. Fisher The Foundation For Public Education Fountain Hills Community Foundation, Inc. Fry’s Food Stores Dr. Bernard Gburek Mr. Frank Gorman Greenberg Traurig, LLP Trudy Dawson-Hahn and Cal Hahn Heartland Financial Henry & Horne, PLC Hensley & Company Gwen and Durrell Hillis Honeywell Ms. Tammy Honnas Mr. Frank Jakubowski Harold James Family Trust Mr. Brandon Jundt Mr.and Mrs. Wally Kelly Kierland Commons Ms. Lucinda Levenda

Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Lindner MC Companies Mr. and Mrs. Loren H. McFarland Microsoft Corporation Microsoft Store Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Miller Morgan Stanley Mr. Derek Morris Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nichols North Valley Magazine Mr. and Mrs. Bart Park PGA Tour, Inc Phocus Financial Pinnacle Nissan & Infiniti of Scottsdale Platinum Advisors, LLC Dr. James C. Prater and Mrs. Cheryl Schleinkofer Prosthetic and Orthotic Associates Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reinken Edi and Jerry Remaklus Right Honda Rotary Club of Fountain Hills Russo & Steele, LLC Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite Mr. Leon Saja Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schwanz Scottsdale Fashion Square Mr. and Mrs. Mark Siefertson Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Smith Smith-Manus Mr. Tyrone Strozier Team Select Home Care

DID YOU KNOW...

The Peach Springs Branch has a view of the south rim of the Grand Canyon from the Club.


F U N FACT: Rose Lane Branch

Rose Lane is currently the State Games Room Champion! Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thorell UEB Builders The James A. Unruh Family Foundation Valley Kids Foundation Vanguard Charitable Mr. and Mrs. Sangy Vatsa Mr. and Mrs. Matt White Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Winter Dr. and Mrs. Charles Woo PATRONS $500â&#x20AC;&#x201C;$2,499 A & P Freight Service, Inc. A.R. Mays Construction

AAA Arizona, Inc. Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alexander American Amusement Machine Charitable Foundation American Internet Services, LLC American Reliable Insurance AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Ana Frias Photography Arcadia Sign-A-Rama Arizona Sign Association Arizona State University Mr. John Arnold Mr. Mark Asher Assurant Automatic Data Processing Mr. and Mrs. Max Axler

Mr. Richard S. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barrick Mr. and Mrs. Brian Berry Mr. and Mrs. Neal Best Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Roger Blank Mr. Bill Bonnstetter boompromo Dr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Botkin Mr. Brad Brescia Mr. and Mrs. Todd Brindlinger Mr. Nick Bruge Mr. and Mrs. James D. Bruner Ms. Julie Marie Bush Cactus Pediatric orthopedics Mr. Franco Calabrese Ms. Stephanie Carson Theresa and David Chmurzynski Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark Cobblestone Auto Spa Ms. Cathleen Cole Ms. Janice Cole College Prep Mastery Mr. and Mrs. Chris Collins Mr. and Mrs. Michael Connelly Conoco Philips Ms. Linda Coughenour Coyotes Kids Ice Foundation Karen and Harold Crutcher Elizabeth and Steve Davidson

Delta Point, Inc. Desert Ridge Rossmar & Graham Desert Wolf Tours Mr. and Mrs. Steven Diamond Edgenuity Ms. Gail Fawcett Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Feingold Fiat of Scottsdale Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fisher Fogo de Chao Mr. Buck Ford Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foster Fountain Hills Noon Kiwanis Mr. Tom Franco Judy and Robert Frost Mr. and Mrs. Bill Froyum Mr. and Mrs. Donn C. Frye Ms. Robin Gilroy Mr. Paul Golden Mrs. Jean Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hadges Mr. Jim Hall Hamra Jewelers Mr. Steve Haws Mr. Lang Herndon Holden Willits, PLC Honeywell Hometown Solutions Mr. and Mrs. Scott Howat Ms. Jennifer Hughes Humble Pie Christopher Hunter Mr. Charles Inderieden

Infiniti Payroll HR Benefits Mr. David Jacobelli Mrs. Nancy Jarko J-Curve Technologies Johnson Bank Kabuki Restaurants, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Kavanagh Mr. Jeremy Keck Mr. Chet Kenoyer Mr. Mike Kent Kiwanis Club of Scottsdale McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Knudson Mr. Russ Kool Ms. Donna Koons Ms. Suzanne Kranicz Kutak Rock L. Roy Papp & Associates Mr. Adrian Larson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Larson Leeward Advisors Legend Distributing, LLC Judy and Mark Letendre Rozlyn and Jason Lipsey Mr. Bryce Lloyd Logisense Corporation Mr. and Mrs. David LoPresti Mrs. Erin Lovell Mr. Mike Lovell Mr. Bill Marks Mr. Chris D. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. David Marshall Mr. Mike McDermott


Ms. Anne McGinty Mr. Derek McGregor Mead Witter Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Peter Menna Microsoft Giving Campaign Ms. Elizabeth Milchak Mr. Gene Milchak The Milhem Great Lake Region Children’s Philanthropic Fund Moda Fina Mr. Michael Monteilh Lorraine and John Murrietta Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nanberg Nelson Financial Group Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Nelson NextCare, Inc. Nordstrom North Valley Orthodontics Ms. Carol Novak Ms. Christine Nowaczyk Office Depot O’Malley CPAs, P.C. Onan Family Foundation Ovations Food Services Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Papp PC Enterprises Mr. E.G. Pedersen Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Clark Peterson Mr. Michael Pfeiffer Pinnacle Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pistilli Planet One Platinum Realty Mrs. Marion Pohlman Mr. and Mrs. David Porter Ms. Nina Posey Mr. and Mrs. Scott Powell Power Paws Assistance Dogs Prestige Cleaners Razoo Foundation The Renaissance Companies Mr. Troy Richards Mr. Michael Ripp and Mrs. Beth Hoegemeyer-Ripp Ross Stores Dale Roud Mr. Richard Ruderman Ms. Hellene Runtagh Mr. and Mrs. David Russell Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sabbagh The Safeway Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Samuels

Sapori D’Italia Ms. Marilyn Sassaman Schwab Charitable Fund Scottsdale Foothills Rotary Foundation Scottsdale Healthcare Scottsdale Railroad and Mechanical Society Seuss Kassisieh, DDS Sharp Bodyz Mr. Charles Siggins Laura and Jason Sixkiller Slapshot Holdings, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Smith South Bridge, LLC Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch Ms. Audrey Stanford Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stratton Stratum Laser Tag Mr. and Mrs. Tim Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stump Sun Devil Baseball Academy

Mr. Douglas B. Sydnor T&T Construction, Inc Target Stores Tickets Unlimited Mr. Jason Tininenko Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tricco Troon Golf Mr. and Mrs. Tony Turner TwoTwelve Direct Mr. Tim Tyson UMB Bank Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vendetti Verizon Wireless Mr. Roger Vermillion Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Viviano Foundation

ar Branch DID YOU KNOW: The Vest attendance reached During the month of July, Clubthe highest amount of an all-time high of 471 youthgle day. youth to attend the Club on a sin

W & W Structural, Inc. W Scottsdale Sean Waltz Waste Management of Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weber Mr. and Mrs. Pete Weisskopf Mrs. Brenda Lee White Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wiegand Ms. Rosemary Williams The Joseph & May Winston Foundation Mr. Randy Winter Mr. Steven Wrzesinske XO Communications Mr. Brian Yazzie

FU N FACT: McKee Branch The McKee Branch serves members from the Fountain Hills and Fort McDowell Indian Community.


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