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2017-18 ANNUAL REPORT


The Kansas FFA Foundation exists to enable Kansas Agriculture Education and FFA programs to empower future leaders and their passions.

2017-18 Board of Trustees Chairman Greg Krissek, Kansas Corn Commission; Jay Armstrong, Armstrong Farms, Scott Bokelman, Frontier Farm Credit; Chad Bontrager, Kansas Department of Agriculture; Michael Burns, Landmark Bank; Jill Casten, Kansas Farm Bureau; Kurt Dillon, Kansas Department of Education; Randy Galle, Steel and Pipe Supply Co.; Sam Hands, Triangle H; Kevin Harris, Harris Crop Insurance; Kelly Hoelting, Mission Valley High School; Mary Kane, Kansas FFA Association; Melanie Mainquist, Land O’Lakes; Eli Ohlde, 2017-18 Kansas FFA Association President; Halley Nett, Cargill Protein; Jessie Smith, Kansas FFA Alumni/TMA Grain; Mike Smith; Ag 1 Source; Karl Dawn Stover, Ellsworth High School; Jonathon Ulmer, KSU Agricultural Education; Yancy Wright, John Deere; Beth Gaines, Executive Director

FRIENDS OF FFA Because of your steadfast financial support of the Kansas FFA, we have been able to support many facets of the organization which will make a meaningful and lasting effect on FFA members and our agricultural education professionals. The Kansas FFA Foundation provided more than $400,000 in support to various student enrichment programs this past year. This annual report, while it showcases the breadth and depth of the support the Foundation receives from the agriculture industry, businesses and individuals who have helped sponsor awards, scholarships, grants, and leadership development opportunities, it does not adequately capture the lasting positive effect that these investments have on our more than 9,500 members in nearly 200 FFA chapters across our great state. The leadership and technical skills that our members acquire through their participation in FFA will endure long after they have hung up the iconic jacket for the last time. We are proud to be able to showcase the students who were recognized for excellence this past year on these pages. This organization is truly shaping our future leaders. Thank you for your generous gifts to the Kansas FFA Foundation. If you have not yet given, please consider this an invitation to give and show your commitment to the future of Kansas agriculture.

Greg Krissek Kansas FFA Foundation Board Chairman, Kansas Corn Commission Beth Gaines Kansas FFA Foundation Executive Director


90,000 MEALS I Can. We Will. Kansas FFA members who gathered for the 90th Kansas FFA Convention held May 30–June 1, 2018 in Manhattan, and at Rock Springs 4-H Center in July, fully demonstrated the theme of this year’s event by volunteering to help less fortunate Kansans. In celebration of the 90th anniversary of the convention, members, advisors and alumni packaged 60,000 meals during convention and an additional 30,000 a month later during State Conference for Chapter Leaders (SCCL) for a total of 90,000 meals. More than 400 individuals participated in the two packaging events. Food insecurity is a challenge for many Kansans, young and old alike. To address this concern, members gathered together at the Stanley Stout Center to package a nutritious meal of cheesy rice and vegetables. Once packaged, these meals were then boxed and distributed to various hunger relief agencies including YouthFront, The Flint Hills Bread Basket, Kansas Food Bank and Salina Emergency Aid. FFA Chapters participating in the event also claimed meals to take to food outlets in their local communities. The meal packaging event was made possible by a National FFA ‘Living to Serve Grant’ as the State Day of Service. Other organizations that financially supported the event included Ardent Mills, Kansas Electric Cooperatives with matching CoBank Funds, MKC, and the Reinhardt Family Foundation.


2 018 P RO F I C I E N C Y AWA R D W I N N E R S Proficiency awards honor Kansas FFA members for exceptional accomplishments and excellence in a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program. Beef Production - Entrepreneurship Equine Science - Entrepreneurship Sheep Production Agricultural Communications Kaylee Gum, Riverton Victoria Zabotrysky, Washington County Phillip Simmonds, Doniphan West Blake Chance, Royal Valley Sponsored by Kansas Farmer Magazine

Sponsored by Triangle H

Sponsored by United Mosquito and Fly Control

Sponsored by Harris Show Lambs.

Agricultural Education Alexa McCurdy, West Franklin

Beef Production - Placement Jordan Beeley, South Central

Equine Science - Placement Alyssa Leslie, Inman

Small Animal Producation and Care Ivy Gatton, Labette County

Dairy Production - Entrepreneurship Anna Pachta, Republic County

Fiber and/or Oil Crop Production Laci Stickland, Labette County

Dairy Production - Placement John Achen, Ulysses

Forage Production Chance Winters, Labette County

Sponsored by Larry Gossen Family and Harmon Bliss Family

Agricultural Mechanics Design and Fabrication Brayden Carlgren, Pike Valley Sponsored by Abilene Machine

Agricultural Mechanics Repair and Maintenance – Placement Jacob Hinman, Paola Sponsored by KanEquip

Agricultural Processing Riley Sorrell, Labette County Sponsored by City BBQ

Agricultural Sales – Entrepreneurship Bailey Hittle, Mission Valley Sponsored by Central Valley Ag

Agricultural Sales – Placement Ryan Stewart, Washington County Sponsored by Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission

Agricultural Services Madi Toman, Paola

Sponsored by Farm Credit Associations of Kansas

Sponsored by Tiffany Cattle Co.

Sponsored by Kansas Dairy Commission

Sponsored by Kansas Dairy Commission

Dairy Production - Placement John Achen, Ulysses

Sponsored by Kansas Dairy Commission

Diversified Agricultural Production Garrett Girk, South Central Sponsored by Vulgamore Family Farms

Diversified Crop Production Entreprenuership Robert Phillips, Mission Valley

Sponsored by Kansas Crop Improvement Association

Diversified Crop Production - Placement Joseph Ryckert, Paola Sponsored by Kansas Corn Commission

Diversified Horticulture Carly Stapleford, Marion-Florence Sponsored by Hummert International

Sponsored by Doug and Jana Zillnger

Sponsored by Kansas Soybean Commission

Sponsored by Kansas Forage and Grassland Council, Inc.

Forest Management Alan Hinds, Tonganoxie

Sponsored by Kansas Forest Service

Goat Production Michael Wright, Blue Valley

Sponsored by Animal Health International

Grain Production - Placement Hallie Wettstein, Hugoton

Sponsored by Kansas Wheat Commission

Sponsored by Seitz Gift Fruit, Inc.

Landscape Management Amelia Maulsby, Coffeyville

Sponsored by Lawrence Landscape

Outdoor Recreation Mary Zimmerman, Girard

Agriscience Research - Plant Systems Alexandria Nikkel, Goessel

Poultry Production Avery Stalford, Central Heights

Sponsored by DuPont Pioneer

Sponsored by JC Livestock/Clay Center Livestock/ Langvardt Families

Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources Management Mateo Lisk, Mission Valley Sponsored by Midwest Ford Dealers

Speciality Animal Production Bronte’ Waisner, Labette County Sponsored by Prairie School Farms

Speciality Crop Production Devin Taylor, Doniphan West Sponsored by Zenger Management

Swine Production - Entrepreneurship Emily Glenn, Scott City Sponsored by Kansas Pork Association

Swine Production - Placement Lindsey Anderson, Chapman

Sponsored by Kansas Pork Association

Turfgrass Management Grace Otott, Washington County Sponsored by Sod Shop, Inc.

Home and/or Community Development Vegetable Production Jessica Brynds, Girard Abigail Lowe, Wellington

Agriscience Research - Animal Systems Diversified Livestock Production Chad Hibdon, Central Heights Delaney Rapp, Rural Vista Sponsored by Friends of Kansas FFA

Sponsored by Animal Health Care of Marion County

Sponsored by Vivayic

Sponsored by Tractor Supply Company

Sponsored by From the Land of Kansas Program

Veterinary Science Michaela Musselman, Clay Center Sponsored by Kansas Veterinary Medical Association

Wildlife Production and Management Tanner Walker, Mission Valley Sponsored by Kansas Chapter - National Wild Turkey Federation

Learn more about their programs at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUn3v1TdO-k


SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

MEMBERS EXCEL IN EVENTS

During the 90th Kansas FFA Convention, many notable achievements of student members were recognized. A new state record of awarding 305 state FFA degrees, the highest degree of active membership bestowed by a state FFA association, was set. The state degree sponsorship was made possible by the Kansas Electric Cooperatives and Solomon Corporation. Kansas FFA also celebrated the more than $160,000 in scholarships awarded to members across the state. This included scholarships being presented by the National FFA and the Kansas FFA Foundation for the pursuit of higher education as well as Washington Leadership Conference scholarships.

Career Development Events (CDEs) and Leadership Development Events (LDEs) help students develop the abilities to think critically, communicate clearly, and perform effectively in a competitive job market. At the state level, there are 23 CDEs and LDEs, covering skills in everything from communications to mechanics. Winning teams at the state level competed at the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis in October. 2018 Kansas FFA CDE and LDE winners were:

State scholarship donors include: • Ford Trucks “Built Ford Tough” • Kansas Crop Improvement Association • Orscheln Farm & Home • Stihl Nursery/Landscape • Joyce Casten Memorial • James Ryan Family • Boydston Family • Kansas FFA Alumni • Yoder Meats

CHAPMAN WINS TRIPLE CROWN For the seventh straight year, the Chapman FFA Chapter was awarded the prestigious Triple Crown Award. The Triple Crown award is given to the FFA chapter that performs the best in the National Chapter Award program, which recognizes chapters that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization in three separate divisions: Building Communities, Growing Leaders and Strengthening Agriculture. Chapman FFA received $1,000 and the Garlow Memorial Trophy, which is sponsored by the Bill Garlow Family in memory of past Kansas FFA officer Bob Garlow.

Agricultural Communications: Team—Labette County; Top Individual—Dalton Flatt, Cherryvale Sponsored by KFRM-550 AM Radio Agricultural Issues Forum: Team—Tonganoxie Agricultural Technology & Mechanical Systems: Team—Beloit; Top Individual—Ryan Broeckleman, Beloit Agricultural Sales: Team—Labette County; Top Individual—Max Svoboda, Centre Agronomy: Team—Labette County; Top Individual—Riley Moore, Washington County Sponsored by Kansas Grain and Feed Association and Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association Creed Speaking: Top Individual—Clay Brillhart, Uniontown In honor of Robert and Melva Armbruster by their Family Dairy Cattle Evaluation: Team—Iola; Top Individual—Taylor Klipp, Hanover Sponsored by Animal Health International Discussion Meet: Top Individual—Max Harman, Inman Sponsored by Kansas Farm Bureau Employment Skills: Top Individual—Payton Horn, Chapman Sponsored by Mid Kansas Cooperative Entomology: Team—Stockton; Top Individual—Nathan Thomas, Stockton Sponsored by DuPont Pioneer Environmental Science: Team—Mission Valley Sponsored by Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Extemporaneous Public Speaking: Top Individual—Brandon Carp, Maize Sponsored by the Kansas FFA Alumni Farm & Agribusiness Management: Team—Labette County; Top Individual—Bronte Waisner, Labette County Sponsored by AgMark LLC Floriculture: Team—Louisburg; Top Individual—Hallie Hutsell, Louisburg Sponsored by CHS Foundation Food Science & Technology: Team—Girard; Top Individual—Shyanne Jones, Labette County Forestry: Team—Rural Vista Horse Evaluation: Team—Jackson Heights; Top Individual—Judd Nelson, Jackson Heights Sponsored by Keystone Steel & Wire Company - Red Brand Livestock Evaluation : Team—Cherryvale; Top Individual—Dalton Flatt, Cherryvale Sponsored by Central Life Sciences Marketing Plan: Team—Mission Valley Sponsored by Fink Beef Genetics Meats Evaluation & Technology: Team—Uniontown; Top Individual—Hayden Schaff, Uniontown Sponsored by Cargill Meat Solutions Milk Quality & Products: Team—Anderson County; Top Individual—Emily Smart, Marmaton Valley Sponsored by Midwest Dairy Novice Parliamentary Procedure: Team—Mission Valley Nursery/Landscape: Team—Louisburg; Top Individual—Kaitlyn Urban, Louisburg Sponsored by Loma Vista Nursery Parliamentary Procedure: Team—Holton Sponsored by CHS Foundation Poultry Evaluation: Team—Caney; Top Individual—Tiffany Egan, Caney Sponsored by Amos Kahr Trust Prepared Public Speaking: Top Individual—Grace Roth, Holcomb Sponsored by Landoll Corporation Ritual: Team—Sabetha Veterinary Science: Team—Labette County; Top Individual—Shyanne Jones, Labette County Sponsored by Animal Health International Teams Participating in National Land, Homesite and Range Evaluation: Cimarron, Clay Center, Fort Scott, Haven, Jackson Heights, Linn and Norton Sponsored by John Deere Ag and Turf Division


2018 STAR FARMER Atwood FFA member Natalie Hawkins was recognized as the State Star Farmer, one of the association’s top honors, during the 90th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus. Hawkins’ SAE is in Beef Production – Entrepreneurship. During her SAE experience, she learned new methods and technologies to improve her farm and cattle herd. After high school, Hawkins plans to attend Oklahoma State University to pursue a degree in animal science and is interested in studying feed nutrition and agribusiness. She wants to return to northwest Kansas and practice as a feed nutritionist for local feedlots, dairies and large swine and beef operations.

2018 STAR IN PLACEMENT Washington County FFA member Ryan Stewart was recognized as the State Star in Ag Placement, one of the association’s top honors, during the 90th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus. Stewart’s SAE is in Ag Sales - Placement. He has learned many skills while working with customers through his SAE. He helped determine what customers needed to operate their farm. He also operates the automated seed treating system. After graduation, Stewart joined a business to auctioneer and serve as a sales representative. He plans to become an operating partner in Stewart Seeds LLC while continuing to work as an auctioneer.

2018 STAR IN AGRIBUSINESS Scott City FFA member Emily Glenn was recognized as the State Star in Agribusiness, one of the association’s top honors, during the 90th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus. Glenn’s SAE is in Swine Production - Entrepreneurship. She has not only raised swine but expanded her herd over the last four years. Currently, her herd consists of three sows and one gilt. Glenn sells the show pigs and feeder pigs. In addition, she also owns and operates Glenn’s Show Feed where she sells cattle, goat, sheep and swine show feeds. Glenn has a line of base mixes and cattle minerals that she uses to create her various types of feed. She uses her own product to feed her swine.


State officers traveled to South Africa with the International Leadership Seminar for State Officers for two weeks.

JAN

Over 150 members came together in Junction City to grow at Leader Lab.

FEB

MAR

FFA chapters across the state celebrated FFA week through service.

Rock Springs Ranch hosted State Conference for Chapter Leaders in July. Leaders explore the Program of Activities and plan for the upcoming year.

JUL

2000 + FFA members and guests celebrated 90 years of Kansas FFA at the 90th State Convention in Manhattan by competing, conducting business and listening to speakers like the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.

Western Kansas FFA members learned about the importance of water at the Kansas Youth Water Advocates training.

Kansas FFA members competed with Missouri FFA members to see who could collect the most food donations at the Western Farm Show in Kansas City.

AUG

APR

MAY

Students traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the Washington Leadership Conference (WLC). The conference focuses on exploring our nation’s capital and establishing a Living to Serve plan.

Members from around the state gather at Kansas State Unversity to compete in the State Career Development Event competition. At the Kansas State Fair, members showcased their SAEs and hosted displays for the public. Trace Adkins, former Louisianna FFA member, wore a Kansas FFA shirt at his concert.

SEP

OCT Indianapolis, Indiana hosted the 91st National FFA Convention. Kansas members competed in CDEs and LDEs, interviewed as Proficiency award finalists and learned about agriculture at the expo. The convention also hosted the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump.

JUN

NOV

DEC


2 017 - 18 K A N S A S F F A F O U N D A T I O N S P O N S O R S

Corporate Partners

Note: New giving levels were implemented in 2016-2017 as part of the Foundation’s Strategic Plan. Learn more at www.ksffafoundation.org.

PREMIER

5 STAR

4 STAR

4 STAR

Midwest Ford Dealers

Cargill

CHS Foundation St. Paul, Minn.

Harris Crop Insurance/ Harris Show Lambs

• • • •

• • • •

• • • • •

• • • • •

$50,000 and above

$20,000 to $49,999

Overland Park

Built Ford Tough Scholarships WLC Scholarships Proficiency Award Program Sponsor of the Kansas FFA F-150 Truck

Wichita

Meats Evaluation and Technology CDE State Conference for Chapter Leaders CASE Scholarships New FFA Chapter Support

$10,000 to $19,999

Parlimentary Procedure CDE State Convention Keynote Speaker Leader Lab State Officer Training Teach Ag Campaign and Scholarships

$10,000 to $19,999

Abilene

SAE Grants Sheep Production Proficiencey Award Convention Keynote Speaker KAAE Support Educator Program

Farm Credit Associations of Kansas

ICM, Inc.

• • • • • •

• • • •

National Chapter Award - Building Communities State Convention Leadership Workshop Stars Over Kansas Video Production Stars Luncheon State Convention Programming ILSSO Scholarships

Colwich

Blue and Gold Celebration Leadership Quiz Bowl State Star in Agribusiness “I Believe” Fund


2 017 - 18 K A N S A S F F A F O U N D A T I O N S P O N S O R S

Corporate Partners

Note: New giving levels were implemented in 2016-2017 as part of the Foundation’s Strategic Plan. Learn more at www.ksffafoundation.org.

4 STAR

4 STAR

4 STAR

Kansas Corn Commission

Kansas Farm Bureau

Koch Ag & Energy Solutions

• • • • • •

• • • • •

• • •

$10,000 to $19,999

Manhattan

Agricultural Education Program Diversified Crop Production - Entreprenuership Proficiency Award Kansas FFA District Banquets Chapter Initiative SAE Grants “I Believe” Fund

$10,000 to $19,999

Manhattan

Discussion Meet LDE State Star in Ag Placement Educator Mentoring Program New Chapter Grants Farm Bureau Community Grants

Kansas Farm Bureau Agents Association • “I Believe” Fund

Kansas Department of Agriculture • • • •

SAE Programming and Development Novice Teacher Program Agriculture Education Support Vegetable Production Proficiency Award

K-State College of Agriculture Manhattan • • • • •

State Convention Laser Light Show District Officer’s Conference State CDE Host State FFA Officer Program State FFA Band

$10,000 to $19,999

Wichita

Speak Agriculture Advocacy Program “I Believe” Fund State FFA Convention Support

3 STAR - $5,000 to $9,999 Ardent Mills LLC, Wichita Central Life Sciences, Pauls Valley, OK DuPont Pioneer John Deere US, Agriculture Division, Moline, IL Kansas Bankers Association, Topeka Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Topeka Merck Animal Health, DeSoto Orscheln Industries Foundation, Moberly, MO Yoder Meats, Yoder Zoetis/Animal Health International, Dallas, TX


2 017 - 18 K A N S A S F F A F O U N D A T I O N S P O N S O R S 2 STAR - $2,000 to $4,999

Ag Mark LLC, Wichita CoBank, Greenwood Village, CO Fink Beef Genetics, Randolph Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association, Topeka Kansas Grain and Feed Association, Topeka Kansas Soybean Commission, Topeka Landoll Corp, Marysville Loma Vista Nursery, Ottawa MKC, Moundridge Midwest Dairy, Overland Park River Star Farms, Mercedes, TX Seitz Gift Fruit, Fredricksburg, TX Solomon Corporation, Solomon Stihl United Bank & Trust, Linn Warner Seed Inc., Hereford, TX

1 STAR - $1 to $1,999 Abilene Animal Hospital, Abilene Abilene Machine, Abilene Able Printing, Manhattan AG Miller School of Journalism, Manhattan Animal Health Center of Marion County, Marion Beckman Ford, Garnett Beer Goggles, Manhattan Bennington State Bank, Bennington Bluestem Embryo Transfer, Carlton Burtis Motors, Garden City Central National Bank, Topeka Central Prairie Co-op, Sterling Central Valley Ag, Beloit Chapel Oaks Funeral Home, Holton City Barbeque, LLC, Dublin, OH Crop Service Center, Abilene Curt and Mary Vajnar, Hays

Dick Edwards, Junction City Dr. Glick/Wetmore Vet Service, Wetmore Farmhouse Fraternity, Manhattan First State Bank, Hoxie Foster Ford, Holton Heim Body Shop, Hoxie Heinan Brothers, Seneca Hiawatha Implement, Hiawatha Holton Livestock Exchange, Holton Hoxie Veterinary Service, Hoxie Jackson Co. Farm Bureau, Holton James & Barbara Torrey Endowment, Washington D.C. Kalvesta Implement, Kalvesta Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators Kansas Chapter of the National Turkey Federation, Manhattan

1 STAR - $1 to $1,999 Kansas Dairy Fieldman and Haulers Association, Westmoreland Kansas Farmer Magazine, Wichita Kansas FFA Alumni Kansas Forage and Grassland Council Kansas Pork Association, Manhattan Kansas Soybean Commission, Manhattan Kansas Soybean Commission, Topeka Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, Lyndon Kansas Wheat Commission, Manhattan Landmark Implement, Holdredge, NE Langvardt Families - JC Livestock - Clay Center Livestock, Chapman Lawrence Landscape, Lawrence Lewis Hybrids, Sheridan, IL Little Apple Brewing, Manhattan Long McArthur Ford, Salina Lousiburg Ford, Louisburg Lubbers Ford Inc., Cheney Mel Hambleton Ford, Wichita Midway Motors, McPherson

Miltonvale Lumber - Red Brand Fence, Miltonvale Pfaff Service, Randolph Pinnacle Bank, Abilene Porter Chiropractic Clinic, Moundridge Quality Motors, Independence Rick Honeyman Ford, Seneca Sink Gordon & Associates, Manhattan Sleichter Duroc Farm, Abilene Sod Shop Inc., Lawerence Tarwaters - Red Brand - Red Brand Fence, Topeka Taylor Communications, KFRM Radio, Clay Center The Farmers State Bank, Holton Tiffany Cattle Company, Herington Tractor Supply, Brentwood, TN Tubbs & Sons Ford Sales, Colby United Mosquito & Fly Control, Mission Vivayic Inc., Lincoln, Neb. Vulgamore Family Farms, Scott City Washington FFA Alumni, Washington Yost Ford, St. Francis Zeck Ford, Leavenworth


2 017 - 18 K A N S A S F F A F O U N D A T I O N S P O N S O R S

Individual Donors PREMIER - $5,000 and above

Tom and Maggie Hemmer, Salina Rick Malir and Bonnie Coley-Malir, Dublin, OH Randy and Cheryl Reinhardt, Lenexa 5 STAR - $3,000 to $4,999

Jeremy and Emily Lehning, Westmoreland

4 STAR - $1,500 to $2,999

Andy Armbruster, St. Louis, MO Melanie Mainquist, Mora, MN Bob and Mary Mertz, Manhattan John and Jennifer Niemann, Mount Hope Mike and Mary Smith, Hesston

3 STAR - $750 to $1,499

Jay Armbruster, Muscotah Bruce and Rita Boydston, Centerville Michael Burns, Dodge City Dr. Bill Garlow Family, Salina Jami and Jarrod Gillig, Blue Rapids Sam and Janet Hands, Garden City Andrew and Sandra Klein, Wamego Jackie McClaskey, Manhattan Mary and Bob Mertz, Manhattan Allan and Deanna Sents, McPherson Keith and Sheri Westervelt, Manhattan

2 STAR - $250 to $749 2017-18 State Officer Team Clint Blaes, Topeka Harmon and Dianna Bliss, Jetmore Kasie Bogart, Arkansas City Chad and Mandy Bontrager, Holton Jill Casten & Bo Downing, Manhattan Tony Crouch, Arkansas City Bill and Brandie Disberger, Wamego Kurt and Pam Dillon, St. George Eldon Eastman, Arkansas City Cory Epler, Lincoln, NE Chad Epler, Columbus Beth Gaines, Westmoreland Larry Gossen, Springfield, MO Brooks Hetle, Manhattan Orrin and Beth Holle, Oberlin Jerry Hubener, Wichita Mary Kane, Manhattan Timothy and Meagan Kilgore, Lyndon Gregory Krissek, Manhattan Bob and Kay Lee, Australia

1 STAR - $1 to $249 Danette Amstein, Statesville, NC Mike and Jill Arensdorf, Hays Robert and Kathy Atkisson, Stockton David and Sheila Banning, Wichita Todd Barrows, Manhattan Genevieve Beehler, Haysville Celia Bissen, Westmoreland Kent Blakeslee, Ellinwood Jay and Brenda Bohnenblust, Clay Center Sterling Brillhart, Wichita Logan Britton, Labette Steve Buss, Meridan Kimberly Clark, Holton Kassie Curran, Wichita Dustin DeBoer, Kansas City, MO Staci DeGeer, Glen Carbon, IL Joseph and Sandra Detrixhe, Concordia Jerry and Anita DeWeese, Pratt Julie Dowd, Olathe Lee and Pamela Doyle, Holton Kyle Essley, St. Paul, MN Scarlett Ferguson, Plymouth, MN Bruce Fouts, Westmoreland Emily French, Frisco, Texas Dennis and Julie Fry, Fort Scott Randall and Terrie Galle, Manhattan Jeff and Karen Gillespie, Colony Kevin and Brenda Gleason, Uniontown Ty and Michelle Goossen, Pretty Prairie Merle Hadachek, Cuba Terry Handke, Muscotah Todd and Janell Harman, Inman

Garrett and Alyson Lister, Manhattan Anthony and Annelle Meals, Randolph Jennifer Mongeau, Holcomb Meghan Mueseler, Wichita Halley Nett, Mulvane Joe Neumann, Ankeny, IA Kerry Priest, Manhattan David Ross, Manhattan Suzzane Schultz, Olathe Mary and Troy Soukup, Ellsworth Shawn Turner, Ottawa Rob and Heidi Wareham, Whiting Shannon Washburn, Manhattan Kerry Wefald, Manhattan Pat and Janel Wiederholt, Hartford Dennis Will, Chapman Matthew Wolters, Atwood Jake Worcester, Manhattan Doug and Jana Zillinger, Logan Jill Zimmerman, South Haven

Kevin Harris, Abilene Jeff and Amy Harris, Maize Dalton Henry, Washington D.C. Gaea and Matthew Hock, Chapman Kelly and Mark Hoelting, Eskridge Susan Holcomb, Lenexa Shaunda Holden, Haysville Lindsey Huseman, Ellsworth Stacey Irwin, Decorah, IA John and Kaye Kabus, Topeka Jackie Klenda, Waverly Robert Kohman, Abilene Emily and Reed Koop, Abilene Leslie and Corey Krehbiel, Kingman Nathan Laudan, Kansas City, MO Kelsey Lee, Stillwater, OK Beth Ludlam, Washington D.C. Robert Mainquist, Courtland Krista Mauck, Hoxie Aaron D. Mays, Topeka R.C. McGehee, Wichita Brenda and Collin McKenney, Valley Center Mark and Marsha Meyer, Tampa Virgil and Laura Miller, Wichita Adam and Kelli Minks, Goddard Paul Mugler, Salina Fred and Connie Neufeld, Inman Rodney Nulik, St. Charles, MO Gus Oschner, Tribune Debra and Tim Ohlde, Clyde Corrine Olsen, Holton Brad and Elizabeth Parker, Silver Lake

Russell and Stephanie Plaschka, Wamego Grant Poole, Manhattan Cecelia Preisser, Turon Ken and Lori Rahjes, Ellwood Francis and Lillian Reichart, Overland Park Soyna and Rickey Roberts, Hillsboro Joshua Roe, Manhattan Lisa and Jerod Ryckert, Paola Silvina Salgado, Wichita Elmer Schmitz, Highland Torrie and Paul Schrick, Colby Jay Sherrod, Neodesha Jeff and Meredith Sleichter, Abilene Chelsey Smith, Hays Emily and Nathan Staton, Ellinwood Beth Stuewe, Paxico Donald and Lorene Stuteville, Manhattan Karl Dawn Stover, Beloit Andew Cole Strasburg, Indianapolis Jed Strnad, Belleville Jerry and Pam Suther, Frankfort Ashley Tonn, Enterprise Jonathan and Ann Ulmer, Manhattan Curt and Mary Vajnar, Hays Derek and Tracie Vance, Wichita Doug Wareham, Topeka Stanley Watt, Manhattan D. Alan Weiser, Chanute Lacy Wray, Ottawa Yancy Wright, Shawnee Daniel and Shelia Wright, Olsburg Lance and Andria Zimmerman, St. George


FINANCIAL REPORT

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION As of September 2018 ASSETS

Total Annual Gifts

CURRENT ASSETS

Fiscal Years 2009-2017

$435,243.33

$400,000

$373,082.44

$350,000 $300,000

$268,790.81

$271,643.63

75,304.04

Designated Investments

$500,000 $450,000

Checking

$432,145.98

$414,738.69 $368,801.54*

$360,436.19*

Amos Kahr Trust Joyce Casten Scholarship Fund James Ryan Scholarship Fund Hofbauer Scholarship Trust UnDesignated Investments Operating Account Reserve Trust Account Long Term Trust Account

126,008.86 169,394.07 294,908.10 751,854.60

Total Current Assests

$322,656.41

43,027.14 5,095.56 12,076.01 26,040.82

FIXED ASSETS

$250,000 $200,000

Accumulated Depreciation, Auto Vehicles - Other Accumlated Deprecitation, Furn. & Fixtures Furniture & Fixtures

Total Fixed Assests

-16,057.15 30,382.90 -5,703.61 7,057.32 15,679.46

$150,000

OTHER ASSETS Prepaid Rent

750.00

$100,000

Total Other Assets

750.00

$50,000

TOTAL ASSETS

768,284.06

$0.00

FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 * Total giving decreased in FY14 & FY16 due to vacancies in the Foundation Executive Director position.

29%

21.9%

2.18% 1.52%

FY17 Gift Designation Scholarships and SAE Grants General Fund Programming

18.2%

20.8%

Agricultural Education Support Kansas FFA Convention

6.4%

Donor Visits and FFA Truck Administration

LIABILITIES & EQUITY LIABILITIES Accrued Ag Ed. Building Expense

9,839.77

Total Current Liabilities

9,839.77

EQUITY

Unrealized Gain/Loss Retained Earnings General Fund Net Income

Total Equity

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

20,600.70 351,948.08 323,157.99 62,737.52 758,444.29

768,284.06


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