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Hope Blooms — improving lives, curing type 1 diabetes with your support.

Dedicated to Delivering the

Message of Hope and a Cure for type 1 diabetes Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease which strikes in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood, but lasts a lifetime. As many as 3 million Americans have type 1 diabetes. Approximately 80 people every day are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the U.S. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. JDRF is the world’s leading funder and advocate of type 1 diabetes science.

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Table of Contents

Board of Directors, Committee, Staff . . . . . . . . . . 2 Evening Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Past Hope Ball Honorees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2012 Hope Ball Honorees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 About JDRF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Letters from the Committee Chairs . . . . . . . . . 7-8 Letter from the International Chair . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Letter from the International Board . . . . . . . . . . 10 JDRF Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 From Research to Reality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Auction Rules/Express Pay Instructions . . . . . . . 13 Silent Auction Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Buckets of Hope Raffle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Super Silent Auction Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Live Auction Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-29 Fund A Cure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Sponsor Advertisements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-40 Special Thanks/Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . IBC

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Committee Chairs

JDRF Board

Auction Committee

Gene Austin

Cristi Trusler

Dana Germer

Lettie Hale

Rachel Gibaut

JDRF Executive Vicki Callegari

Team

Christos Anagnos Greg Bailes Terry Browne Darryl Crawford Tracey Davies Steve Dean Becca Dietz Mark Garrett

Executive Director

Tom Gentry

Kari Rouse

Betty Hewell

Special Events Manager

Beckie McCleery

Amy Hyman Development Manager

Jeff Needles Morgan Stone David Robshaw

Melissa Ray

Ronnie Taylor

Office Manager & Volunteer Coordinator

Laura Templeton

Tristina Oppliger Special Events Assistant Michal Biletzki Administrative Assistant

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6:00 p.m.

Evening Program

Cocktail Reception Silent Auction

8:00 p.m. Ballroom Doors Open Dinner Served Silent Auction Closes

The Spazmatics

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Live Auction

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2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Past Honorees

Debbie & Kevin Rollins Center for Islet Cell Transplantation at Emory University Liz & Kirk Watson JDRF Center for Islet Cell Transplantation at Emory University Marnie & Dave Near JDRF Center on Immunological Tolerance in type 1 diabetes at Harvard Medical School Papermaster Family JDRF Six Paths to a Cure Therapeutics Rachel & John Schuler JDRF Marian S. Ware Program for Islet Transplantation in Pennsylvania Laura & Todd Templeton JDRF Beta Cell Regeneration at Harvard Stem Cell Institute Austin mothers of children with type 1 — Mary Cantrell, Laura Crumpacker, Cindy Goldrick, Cindy Salinas, Melissa Segrest, Nancy Stobaugh and Jodi Zipp JDRF Studies for advancement of Beta Cell Regeneration Isabelle Carpenter, her parents Alexandra and Art Carpenter and brother Walker JDRF Studies for advancement of Beta Cell Regeneration Community Partner of Hope — Randalls JDRF Studies for advancement of Beta Cell Regeneration Walt Thirion Community Partner of Hope — Dell, Inc. JDRF Studies for advancement of the Artificial Pancreas Toni and Tim Clark Community Partner of Hope — Wendy’s JDRF Studies for Beta Cell Therapies

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Delivering the Message of Hope. Dedicated to a Life Free from type 1 diabetes. The JDRF Austin chapter was established in 1998 after it was apparent that the type 1 families in our community had deep roots of passion and a strong commitment to the mission of the organization. Since that time, the spirit of volunteerism has been the driving force behind each and every milestone of success. This year, we are proud to honor the volunteer leadership of past chapter presidents with the Liz and Kirk Watson Founders Award. Without their vision, dedication and contributions of time, talent and treasure we may not have been able to impact the future of research to the extent we have. They have inspired, motivated and recognized so many others; it is with pride and pleasure that we recognize each of our past JDRF Austin Board Presidents.

Gail Papermaster . . . . . . . . . 1998-2000

James Erben . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-2002

Jim Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-2004

Christos Anagnos . . . . . . . . 2004-2006

Zoltan Papp . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-2008

Toni Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-2010

Mark Garrett . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-2011

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About

TOUCHING LIVES; CONNECTING COMMUNITIES

Committed to a cure • We are committed, as we have always been, to our mission, which is to find a cure for type 1 diabetes and its complications through the support of research. • We are also focused on prevention to keep future generations free from getting type 1 diabetes.

Better treatments today • We are transforming the way people with type 1 diabetes treat the disease today in order to help them live healthier lives now and in the future.

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• JDRF supports research to develop better treatments and a cure for type 1 diabetes at all life stages. This includes the following: • Stopping or slowing the progression of the disease in newly diagnosed children, teens and adults. Fifty percent of all newly diagnosed type 1’s are over the age of 18. • Reversing it in those who have lived with the disease for years • Avoiding or reversing its complications • Preventing the disease in people at risk and in future generations • Improving treatment of type 1 diabetes and providing better tools to achieve tight glucose control for people at all stages of the disease.

• As we’ve always done, we are embracing research targeted to individuals at all stages of type 1 diabetes, including adults who have lived for many years with the disease, as well as children with type 1 diabetes and their families.

Partnering with purpose • We strategically partner with industry, governments, foundations, academia, and clinicians to ensure that JDRF and its partners are aligned and working toward a common goal of curing, treating and preventing type 1 diabetes. • Partnering brings innovative ideas to life. Crucial to achieving our goals, industry has the resources to take basic research and bring it to market, where it can benefit people with type 1 diabetes.

You are not alone • As the parent of a child with type 1 diabetes, “my chief priority is finding a cure,” says JDRF’s CEO Jeffrey Brewer. Until we can achieve that goal, “I want to make sure my son and everyone else living with type 1 diabetes has treatments that will keep them healthy along the way. And ultimately I want to make sure that we find ways to prevent the onset of the disease entirely so that future generations at risk never have to think about whether or not they will develop the disease.”


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CHAIR,

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Thank you so much for being part of this special night. I was asked to be the co-chair of this event back in May of last year. Having never chaired an event before, I had little idea of what to expect. The support of each of you as well as our donors has been an amazing thing to behold. Before I signed on for this endeavor, I knew little concerning this disease; my connection was through the daughter of a friend (Emma Garrett) who had been diagnosed before she was only one. It’s hard to imagine a young child dealing with something so life altering, through absolutely no fault of her own. That is the thing about empathy . . . you can’t really know until you’re there. Through this process, I’ve seen the quiet courage of Central Texas families, where every day is a new challenge. I can think of no higher honor than helping assist those in need by helping to raise funds that will hopefully one day eradicate type 1 diabetes, once and for all. I want to thank my husband Stephen who put in double duty with our twins allowing me to help bring all of this together.

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Welcome and thank you for coming out tonight to help JDRF in its efforts to find a cure for type 1 diabetes. It’s a beautiful way to celebrate all of the progress JDRF has made for people living with type 1. My sister-in-law was diagnosed with type 1 at age 10 and has been very involved with JDRF in Dallas. She is a mother of 3 and manages a successful real estate firm, while living with type 1. When my friends and fellow lawyers Mark and Emma Garrett discovered that their daughter, Sarah had type 1 just before her 1st birthday, we immediately put them in contact with Karla and JDRF for support. The night before I was asked to co-chair this event, I found out that one of my sorority sisters from Texas Tech lost her life to type 1. It seemed like a nudge from Heaven that I should participate in raising awareness and trying to help find a cure for type 1. During the course of working on the Hope Ball, I have learned a great deal about type 1 and I am amazed at all that JDRF does. I’d like to say a special thank you to my husband and my paralegals who have put in extra time and endured my absence from the home and office while I have worked on this event. 8

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We wish to thank all of our amazing committee members, with a special thanks to Rachel Gibaut and Lettie Hale. Your tireless efforts helped make the auction a success. We are also indebted to our dear friends and family who helped support our efforts to make this night happen. Last, but certainly not least, three cheers to the entire JDRF staff, especially Kari and Tristina, whose patience and knowledge carried all of us through to the end.


May 12, 2012 Dear Friends, I am delighted to acknowledge the Austin Chapter on the special occasion of your 2012 Hope Ball. This event reflects the outstanding efforts and contributions of your volunteers and staff to support diabetes research and to increase awareness of the seriousness of this disease. As someone who has lived with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for nearly 40 years, I am grateful to JDRF Austin’s former Board Presidents, Gail Papermaster, Jim Brown, James Erben, Christos Anagnos, Zoltan Papp, Toni Clark and Mark Garrett, for your outstanding commitment to JDRF and our mission. I extend my sincere thanks to Gala Chairs, Cristi Trusler and Dana Germer, and to all of tonight’s many guests. Through your efforts and generous support we are accelerating the pace of scientific discovery for treatments to help people lead better lives while we search for a cure for our loved ones and the millions of people who live with T1D. By participating in this Gala, you are helping to make history, because together, we will fulfill JDRF’s mission. Warm regards,

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May 12, 2012 Dear Friends, On behalf of the JDRF International Board of Directors and the entire JDRF family, we congratulate the Austin Chapter on its 2012 Hope Ball. It is our pleasure to recognize JDRF Austin’s former Board Presidents, Gail Papermaster, Jim Brown, James Erben, Christos Anagnos, Zoltan Papp, Toni Clark and Mark Garrett, for all you have done to support our mission. With your help, JDRF continues to be a worldwide leader in type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, accelerating the pace of scientific discovery toward treatments that will improve the lives of our loved ones with diabetes while we continue the search for a cure. We also want to recognize the dedication of Gala Chairs, Cristi Trusler and Dana Germer, and the commitment of all who have been part of making this year’s event such a success. With your help, JDRF is maintaining our strong momentum despite the challenging economic times. Your support of JDRF is so important. Please accept our heartfelt thanks for your leadership and dedication.

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Platinum Level Meridian Media/Friends of Morgan Threadgill

Silver Level (cont.) Babs & Jay Rosenfeld Ally & Kelly Kauffman Mary & Craig Cantrell

Partner of Hope DLA Piper UPS

Evening Entertainment Amherst Securities Group, L.P.

Gold Level Fifty50 Pharmacy

Buckets of Hope Wells Fargo

Silver Level Angela & Fitz McPhaul Fifty50 Pharmacy Friends of Avery Dietz Fred & Cathy Lewis Emma & Mark Garrett Enterprise Harkins Engineering Martha & Dave Waller Randalls Food Market Texas Diabetes & Endocrinology, P.A. Tom & Karen Gentry WellDyne Toni & Tim Clark Julie & Garrett Hall

Guest Registration Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P. Keys of Hope Tribute Wall Fifty50 Pharmacy Guest Reception Republic National Distributing Table Arrangements Vishal Bhagat Foundation dessert & coffee bar Kate & Cary McNair 11


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The Campaign to Accelerate the Cure for Diabetes named grant d o n o rs 2002 - 2007 2004 - 2008 2004 - 2008 2005 - 2009

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Julie & Garrett Hall/Hall Family In Honor of Pamela Hall White Mildred & Ross George In Honor of Clark Crumpacker The Estate of Joni Templeton In Honor of Joni E. Templeton Trish Hart & Mark McKnight In Honor of Daniel Hart

maj o r gifts pr o gram d o n o rs 2003 - 2007 2003 - 2007 2003 2003 - 2007 2004 - 2008 2004 - 2008 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 - 2008 2006 - 2010 2006 2007 - 2011 2008 - 2010

Kathy & Jim Erben Vicky & Dave Gino Jennifer & John Hamlin Beckie & Steve McCleery Heather & Darryl Crawford Sonya & Bert Pence Martha & Jeff Bycynski Lisa & Eric Doggett Elizabeth & Reverend Seth Deleery Jennifer Ransom-Rice & Chuck Rice Rebecca & Darryl White Tamara & Zoltan Papp Melanie & John Daude

2009 2009 - 2011 2009 - 2013 2010 2010 - 2014 2010 - 2014 2011 2011 - 2015 2011 - 2015 2011 - 2015 2012 2012 - 2015

Sarah Branhan Emma & Mark Garrett Toni & Tim Clark Elizabeth & Reverend Seth Deleery Linda Benge & Paul Robshaw Teresa & Todd Werner Elizabeth & Reverand Seth Deleery Karen & Tom Gentry Karen & Brian Cooper Sharlyn & Wade Threadgill Tara Coco Julie & Garrett Hall Babs & Jay Rosenfeld


Express Pay/Check-Out and Item Pick-Up For your convenience, please register for Express Pay upon arrival at Hope Ball. All patrons must be registered for Express Pay in order to bid on auction items or purchase raffle tickets. Simply present your credit card to be swiped at Registration. This will enable you to bypass the check-out lines and go directly to Item Pick-Up. All payments must be made in full this evening. We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Cashiers will be available once the evening program is concluded at approximately 10 p.m. Check-Out is located in the hotel lobby adjacent to the Silent Auction. Note: For tax purposes, the value of the meal, including beverages, is estimated to be $150 per person. When buying auction items, all contributions in excess of the fair market values of the item are tax deductible as a gift to a charitable organization. The members of JDRF encourage all attendees, donors and contributors to consult the appropriate IRS Revenue Ruling 67-246 and their tax consultant.

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• Silent and Super Silent auctions will close at 8:00 p.m. • The Live Auction will begin at approximately 9:00 p.m. • All winning bids are final. There will be no exchange or refund on items unless otherwise specified. • All payments must be made in full this evening. We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. • Cashiers will be available in the lobby area adjacent to Silent Auction once the evening program has concluded at approximately 10 p.m. • All items must be taken home this evening, May 12, 2012. Items will be given to you at checkout. • Items deemed too large to take home with you this evening may be picked up at the JDRF office. Please call to arrange a time for pick-up no later than June 1, 2012. • JDRF has endeavored to catalog and describe the auction items correctly, but all items are sold “as is.” • No statements contained in the program or made orally at the sale or elsewhere shall be deemed a warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Bidders should carefully note the specific restrictions, conditions and expiration dates for items purchased. • All gift certificate/card usage is the responsibility of the buyer. Although the gift certificate/card and amount is currently valid, JDRF cannot be held responsible for unused gift certificates/cards at businesses that may cease to operate before the expiration date. • JDRF reserves the right to withdraw any item from sale. • Items depicted in the slide presentation are for illustration purposes and may not be actual auction items. • Please pay careful attention to all conditions, restrictions and expiration dates on items and services. • Unless otherwise stated, gift certificates exclude alcohol, tax and gratuity. All auction items and services must be used within one year of May 12, 2012 unless otherwise noted. We appreciate your strict observance of these restrictions as future donations depend upon it. • Dates for all trips and similar events must be mutually arranged with donor, unless otherwise noted. • All reservations should be made at least one month in advance. All tickets in travel packages are for coach travel, unless otherwise specified. No refunds are permitted for cancelled, lost, or unused tickets and/or accommodations. • Airline blackout dates apply to all tickets, regardless of airline, unless specifically noted. Blackout dates are subject to change. Tickets cannot be reissued or refunded. • All completed sales from this event are considered transactions solely between the purchaser and the donor of the auction item.

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Abita Brewing Company Abstract Endeavors Ace Custom Tailors AcupunctureAustin.com Adelante Alamo Drafthouse Alda Lomas American Girl Amy’s Ice Cream Antonelli’s Cheese Shop Arbonne International Art on 5th Aspasia Medical Solutions Austin Catering Austin Cosmetic Dentistry Austin Party Cruises Austin Steam Train Association Austin Toros Azul Baby Bespoke Baby Bugaloo Balcones Distillery Ballet Austin Belle of the Cake Ball Bermey

BettySport Billiard Factory Black & Bluebird Studios Blanton Museum of Art Body Tonic BodyBusiness Bongo Party Bus Bonita Melita-Melissa Ray Bonnie Martin Designs Brilliant Sky Toys and Books C3 Presents and Austin Parks Foundation Canoli Joe’s Gourmet Italian Feast Cantina Laredo Canvas Press Cap City Comedy Club Capital Cruises Capitol Beverage Company Cassie Giesberg Cedar Park Jewelry Champions Academy at WAYA Chaparal Ice Charity Charms Children of JDRF Austin Christina Carroll Photography

Chuy’s Cinemark at the Hill Country Galleria Cloud Star Corporation Consuela Core Therapy and Pilates Craig Piatti Csilla wear Cynthia Bloom Collectible Jewelry Dagar’s Catering Darcy Schneider David Denies Wingshooting Dick’s Classic Garage DogBoy’s Dog Ranch Doris Steinkraus Driftwood Estate Winery El Sol y La Luna Elaine Kay Cards Electronic Arts Elements Laser Spa Embellish Nails and Boutique Estilo Fantastic Magic Camp Farmhouse Delivery FastFrame & The Westlake Gallery Faux Iron Solutions

Flat Creek Estate Fluid Party Bus Flying L Guest Ranch Fogo de Chao Freytag’s Florist Inc. Friends of JDRF Austin FunFlicks Outdoor Movies of Texas, Inc. GLI Distributing Company Gage Hotel George M. Cowden Gerald Faldyn Glenda Facemire Great Performances Hacienda Ranch Haul Couture Hem Jeans Hollis Matheney Hopdoddy Burger Bar How Do You Roll? HTSIB, LP Hutson Clothing Co. Izzy and Ash Jack Allens Kitchen James Avery Jeff Reeh


Jester King Craft Brewery Jet Blue Joy Peppers Julia Ruth Bowman Julie B Just B Jewelry JW Marriott Kate & Cary McNair Kendra Scott Design Kiss n Makeup La Condesa La Gloria La pena Lacoste Footwear Lakeway Country Club Lash Genie Leighelena Lisa Lyons Little Woodrow’s LivingOrder Austin Liz James Designs Lone Star Riverboat LUM-TEC Magnolia Cafe Magnolia House Malinda Ann Modern Heirlooms Meals to Live Mesquite ProRodeo Series Messina Hof Winery & Resort Mighty Fine Burgers Minky Dink Designs

Moli Mom’s Best Friend Nannies & Sitters Myo Massage National Museum of the Pacific War Navajo Grill Nordstrom Nutty Brown Cafe O.S.T. Restaurant Oasis Restaurant on Lake Travis Olivia Cardenas Guerra Onion Creek Country Club Paige Faure PAIYH Dance Studios PAK, LLC Paramount & State Theatres Paul’s Home Fashions The Peach Tree Perry’s Steakhouse PuraVida Spa Rachel & Russell Gibaut Rae Cosmetics Renaissance Austin Hotel Rita’s Ice River Front Motel Rock “N” Dee’s Jewelry Rockbox Theater Rockin Rita’s Ron King Salon Rough Hollow Fitness Center Round Rock Express Baseball Club RTZY Works

Rudy’s Custom Upholstery Russell Korman Fine Jewelry & Watches Ruth’s Chris Steak House Ryan Gray Salon di essenza San Antonio Museum of Art San Jose Hotel Sanctuary Gift Boutique Sandra Ling Designs SeaWorld San Antonio Sentelli’s Bakery Sharlyn & Wade Threadgill in honor of Morgan Threadgill Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers Skin By Ann Webb Spa at the Lake Spike Owens Spurs Sports & Entertainment Steve Armstrong Photography Strategic Wellness Services Stratus Properties Stunt Ranch SUP ATX Suzanne Court Catering & Events Tae Kwon Do Kicks Tea Embassy Texas Coffee Traders Texas General Land Office Texas Hill Country Wineries Texas Hills Vineyard

Texas Rangers Baseball Club Texas Stars Foundation The Container Store The County Line The Driskill The Frontier Times Museum The Leaning Pear The Lindy Project The Musicians Woodshed The Winette Group, Inc. Andrew Thomasson, L.Ac. Tiff’s Treats Tiny Tails to You Tony C’s Torchy’s Tacos Tracy Tenpenny Design Tricia Lowenfield Design Tumbling Towers Twin Liquors Uchi and Uchiko Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que Waterloo Ice House Westin Austin at the Domain Wimberly, Inc The Woodhouse Day Spa Yellow Jacket River Guides Yogurt Planet ZACH Theatre

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Super Silent Auction #3000 — Stand Up Paddle Board

#3004 — Five Day Salmon River Rafting Adventure

Special Thanks: SUP ATX and Susie & Nick Matzorkis Value: $785

Trip for one person includes all on river meals, necessary equipment, and guide services for 5 days. Special Thanks: Yellow Jacket River Guides Value: $1,380

#3001 — Five Star Bahamas Bonefishing Trip for 2 Anglers Two lucky anglers will enjoy 5 days/4 nights in beautiful Abaco, Bahamas. This fivestar trip includes: all fishing, lodging accommodations in an ocean front house, all wines, beer and local spirits and gourmet cuisine incorporating Bahamian specialties with an emphasis on locally caught seafood. Abaco Lodge sits on the rocky shoreline of the Marls on the west side of Abaco. Enjoy a cold Kalik in the pool as you watch the sun set after a day of fishing. The lodge consists of eight air conditioned private rooms with private bath, a fully stocked bar, pool, sitting room, an outside fire pit, and patio space. Cherokee Sound, the Bight of Robinson and Snake Cay are minutes from the lodge and offer opportunities at incredible but challenging bonefish. Special Thanks: David Denies Wingshooting Value: $7,300

#3005 —Two Nights/Three Days at the Flying L Guest Ranch Two night/three day stay for two adults the Flying L Guest Ranch in Bandera, TX. Includes breakfast and dinner on full days, breakfast on departure and dinner on arrival. Supervised children’s activities for children age 3 and up. Lone Star Lagoon Water Park (seasonal). Nightly Western entertainment and after the entertainment, enjoy the campfire and smores. Daytime Putt Putt. Use of all amenities, including: shuffleboard, ping pong, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, pool, tennis. Special Thanks: Flying L Guest Ranch Value:$1,000

#3006 Men’s Lum-Tec Watch

#3002 Two Night Stay at JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa

Special Thanks: Lum-Tec Value: $435

Special Thanks: JW Marriott Value: $650

#3007 Dove Hunting Trip for 4

#3003 — Two Night Stay at W hotel & Two ACL Live Tickets Special Thanks: Stratus Properties Value: $1,000

Pica Zuro Dove Lodge in Cordoba, Argentina Trip includes 6 hunts, daily hunting permits, overnight lodge accommodations (3 nights), all meals, all wine, beer, and spirits — full, open bar; Professional guide service and personal bird assistants for each hunter. (Airfare not included.) Special Thanks: David Denies Wingshooting 17 Value: $11,000


Live Auction

Whiskey Tasting

for 20

Host twenty of your friends to an evening of spirits and stogies by the Creek. Join owner and hosts, Stephen and Dana Germer, on the banks of Barton Creek at the Germer estate to sample Balcones whiskey, Texas’ first whiskey on the market after Prohibition. You and your friends will be served fabulous hors d’oeuvres throughout the evening; each paired to compliment the different whiskey styles ranging from Balcones’ now famous Blue Corn Whiskey to their internationally award winning Single Malt. Austin’s premier mixologist, Lara Nixon, will also be in attendance creating an array of signature cocktails for those of you who like your whiskey with a little something on the side. Just to be safe, you and your guests will be chauffeured to and from the tasting in style on a party bus! Now, that’s a party! Restrictions: M  utually agreeable date. Must be scheduled 30 days in advance. Expires May 12, 2013. Special Thanks: Balcones Distillery, Dana and Stephen Germer and Fluid Party Bus Value: $2,500 18


New York

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See the Big Apple in a Big Way! You and a guest will start the weekend in New York with round-trip airline tickets aboard JetBlue Airlines. Upon arrival you’ll make your way into the heart of Manhattan where you’ll stay in the beautiful Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers! Enjoy dinner, drinks and live jazz at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center and hailed as “the best jazz room in the city.” Executive Chef Robb serves up a tasty blend of soulful, southern delicacies and fresh, seasonal ingredients while the music is definitely swingin’ at this intimate jazz club. After an evening of great jazz, change your pace with a trip to Broadway and tickets to “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” starring Beau Bridges and Nick Jonas. Restrictions: Jet Blue travel is valid for one (1) year from issued date, blackout dates may apply, and redeemed travel is subject to availability and seats may not be available on all flights. The winner is responsible for any additional fees per person, per flight, which include but are not limited to taxes, change fees, and inflight services. Dizzy’s includes 3-Course Dinner and Cover Charge for 2 Guests. Includes 1 Cocktail and 1 Glass of Wine per Guest. Excludes Gratuity. 3 Weeks Advance Reservations Required. Blackout Dates Apply. Expires 5.12.13 Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers includes two nights accommodation on a weekend (Thursday-Sunday). Includes room and tax only. Based on availability. No extensions granted. Voucher must be presented upon check-in. Expires 5.31.13 Special Thanks: Jet Blue Airlines, Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, HTSIP, LP and Great Performances Value: $3,000 19


Get YourHorns Up! Game On! Select any home game on the 2012 University of Texas football schedule and you and five guests will be hosted in a luxury suite to watch the Texas Longhorns take the field at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium. As if that deal isn’t suite enough . . . you’ll receive a parking pass for the game, enjoy complimentary snacks and spirits and go home with a tailgating party package. And, just in case you’re not hooked yet, you can arrange for a private tour of Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center!

Restrictions: G  ame of choice must be reserved by August 20, 2012. Athletic Center tour is not available on game day and must be booked in advance. Special Thanks: Wade and Sharlyn Threadgill in honor of Morgan Threadgill Value: Priceless

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Acapulco Getaway

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Spend 4 nights and 5 days in beautiful Acapulco, Mexico. This spacious retreat for 10 has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms on multilevels, along with three huge living/dining areas, two swimming pools and three large getaway areas around the villa. A fulltime staff of six, two houseboys, two cooks, one cleaning lady, and one laundress, are all available to cater to your every need. All bedrooms have their own entrances, private baths, walk in closets, and king or twin beds. Restrictions: Expires May 12, 2013. Blackout dates: Two weeks surrounding Christmas/New Year’s & week of Thanksgiving. Special Thanks: The OASIS Restaurant on Lake Travis Value: $6,000

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Summer in Tahoe

— A whole new view

Perhaps you’ve skied Lake Tahoe in the winter and appreciated its beauty as a winter wonderland, but . . . to experience this incredible resort town in the summer adds an entirely new dimension to adventure! You and your guests may choose to take advantage of all the resort has to offer — hiking, biking, tennis, golf, fly fishing, a special Kids Adventure Club, Wine Walks and live entertainment just to get you started or, you may simply choose to relax in your beautiful 2,272 square foot penthouse at Catamount Lodge in the Village at Northstar. This amazing penthouse sleeps 8 people including dual master suites, a lofted media/game/office area and fully equipped gourmet chef’s kitchen. However you choose to spend your time, you’ll enjoy 8 days and 7 nights of pure heaven! Restrictions: Stay is valid July 20-27, 2012 only. Special Thanks: S  harlyn and Wade Threadgill in honor of Morgan Threadgill Value: $3,200

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Women and wine

A wine tour in the Texas Hill Country — talk about the perfect way to spend a day! You and 9 friends will be chauffeured through the beautiful Texas Hill Country in a private bus stopping at three premium wineries along the way. Visit Driftwood Winery, Texas Hills Vineyard and Messina Hof Winery where you’ll be greeted and escorted on a private tour and tasting at each estate. Have yourself a little pre-planning or post-excursion celebration! You’ll receive a 3 liter bottle of Kendall Jackson Chardonnay and a $100 gift card to make sure you and your friends have a little cheese and fruit to compliment the vino! Artist Kathy Womack has captured the essence of women and their appreciation of fine wine in her Women and Wine series — you’ll receive a wonderful Kathy Womack painting as a memento of your own Women and Wine event! Restrictions: Bongo Party Bus — Sunday-Thursday only. Please book 2-3 months in advance. No holidays or wine trail weekends. Expires May 12, 2013. Special Thanks: B  ongo Party Bus, Driftwood Winery, Texas Hills Vineyard, Messina Hof Winery and Friends of JDRF Value: $2,000

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Week in beaver creek, colorado

Spend a week at the magnificent Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa at Beavercreek Mountain in beautiful Beaver Creek, Colorado. This fabulous vacation can be taken just as the crispness of fall begins to move into the area or as the winter snowfall invites skiers and blankets the mountainside in January or February! Whichever time calls your name, 6 nights and 7 days will be the perfect getaway for family or friends! Your private 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath condominium offers a full kitchen and separate living room with sofa bed. Secure your Colorado vacation tonight! Spa Anjoli has included one classic massage with gratuity. Restrictions: D  ates of availability are any week September 10th thru November 3rd or for any single week January 6 -18 or February 1-14. Book date as soon as possible as hotel may fill up and preferred dates may not be available. Special Thanks: R  achel & Russell Gibaut Value: $5,000

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Catered Dinner Party

for 10

Entertain at Home — all of the glory, none of the fuss!

Voted by the Austin Chronicle as the Critics Pick, “go to” event designer and caterer, Suzanne Court will bring her in-house chef and one server into your home to create a guest experience for 10 that will completely reflect your personal style and vision. Work with Suzanne to select the perfect four-course menu for your dinner guests and, after selecting appropriate spirits for the evening with a $200 gift card from Spec’s and floral arrangements with a $100 gift card from Freytag’s Florist, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the evening. Restrictions: D  ate must be secured at least 30 days prior to event and based on availability. Special Thanks: S  uzanne Court Catering and Events and Freytag’s Florist Value: $1,700

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Score! it’s a texans winning weekend

This premium package entitles you to six, 50 yard line Club level seats at the Houston Texans game of your choice for the 2012 Season. You’ll be close to the action in Reliant Stadium with six pre-game field passes and two VIP parking passes. In addition to this game day experience you will also receive an autographed jersey signed by Running Back Arian Foster. Restrictions: Request for preferred game must be received by August 15, 2012. Special Thanks: Kate and Cary McNair in honor of Anna McNair; Houston Texans Value: Priceless

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Go Hog Wild!

Experience a South Texas Hog Hunt!

You and a guest can experience the ultimate hunting excursion with a two-day Hog Hunt at Hacienda Ranch, a true south Texas tradition in hunting. Located in the heart of South Texas, just 8 miles outside Uvalde, this ranch offers a beautiful old antebellum style mansion with a hunting lodge built in 1885 and restored in 1999. Enjoy Hacienda family recipes, cooked meals, skeet shooting, artifact hunting and fireside comradeship. Family owned and operated, Scotty Scott ensures you have everything you need including: • Guide Service — to assist in locating and identifying your game. Upon harvest they will take care of all cleaning, taxidermy preparation and scoring. • Shooting — centerfire, rimfire and handgun ranges are all available. Firearms are available at NO EXTRA COST for those who prefer not to travel with their own. Ammunition is not included. • Artifact Hunting — on or around the ranch to look for up to thousand year old Native American artifacts. Texas relics from the 1800’s are also found regularly on the ranch. • Trap and Skeet — top notch range affords ease of training through challenges for the best shooters. Open to all guests under proper supervision by one of our staff. Instruction is available. Restrictions: To be used 2012 season/subject to availability. Additional guests may be added for a nominal fee. Special Thanks: Scotty Scott Value: $2,500

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Backyard Party for 20 Gather 25 of your friends, neighbors, outlaws and in-laws for a backyard party that’s finger lickin’ good! You provide the place, we’ll provide the Bar-B-Q including your choice of chicken or sausage, Cowboy Style Pinto Beans, Creamy Cole Slaw, Homemade Potato Salad, Pickles, Onions, Peppers, Fresh Baked Rolls and Cornbread. Enjoy some adult refreshments with 10 cases of beer and a margarita machine rental plus a gift card at Spec’s to get you in the “spirit” of the party. But wait, your guests can’t leave yet . . . set up the backyard movie screen and watch a favorite flick right in your own backyard. This party could easily turn into an all-night movie marathon or game day watching party . . . how cool is that! Package includes: • Bar-B-Q for 25 • Margarita Machine Rental • $100 Spec’s Gift Card • 10 Cases of Beer • Bar-B-Q Package including Stubb’s Bar-B-Q sauces, marinates, dry rubs • FunFlicks® Outdoor Movie Events include: Jumbo Inflatable Movie Screen, super-sonic outdoor sound system, super bright digital projection, DVD player, and all cables & tables for our system set-up. You’ll also get a FunFlicks® event host to deliver, set-up and oversee all technical elements of your outdoor movie event. All you provide is the DVD and our host takes care of everything so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your show! Restrictions: Catering must be booked at least 30 days in advance; based on availability at time of booking. Pick up only. Fun Flix must be used Sunday through Thursday. Party package must be used prior to December 31, 2012. Margarita Machine rental includes machine, mix, cups and straws you provide alcohol. Subject to availability. Special Thanks: Rockin’ Rita, FunFlicks , Stubb’s Bar-B-Q, GLI Distributing and Dagar’s Catering in honor of Albert Dagar. Value: $1,500 28


Childrens art project

Each bloom on every flower, like every child, is beautiful, special and unique. The children of our JDRF Austin family have individually created their own painted expression of Hope. These colorful blooms have come together to create one magnificent bouquet of hope for a life without type 1 diabetes. Hope Blooms was the inspiration for this year’s Children’s Art Project — a 40” x 48”collage painting of single flowers placed together to create an original, one-of-a-kind watercolor on canvas. This fresh bouquet will hang beautifully in your home or office as a reminder of our mission to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. Special Thanks: Children of JDRF Value: Priceless

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Fund A Cure

Giving Hope — Advancing Cure Therapies At tonight’s Hope Ball, there will be a moment after Live Auction when the room will be stilled and the story of hope will unfold; we call this special time “Fund A Cure.” During Fund A Cure, you will have the opportunity to donate directly to research and fund the science that will transform the lives of our friends and families living with type 1 diabetes. This year all proceeds from Fund A Cure will support the important work being done in the area of Cure Therapies. Such important research in this arena of JDRF research is dedicated to replacing or regenerating beta cells, and halting the autoimmune process. Critical progress is currently being made in the following areas: Beta Cell Regeneration, Health and Survival, Encapsulation/ Immunoisolation of Alternative Beta Cell Sources, Antigen-specific Immunotherapies and Vaccines and Biomarkers: Staging, Prognostic, and Predictive. Last year JDRF directed $57.3 million to researchers working in this important arena. Your support of the Cure Therapies Program through Fund A Cure is 100% tax-deductible and will enable us to pursue our mission to find a cure for type 1 and its complications through the support of research.

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Freedom from type 1 diabetes lies within your support! Thank you for your dedication to deliver the message of hope.


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Amherst is proud to support the efforts of The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in its search for ways to prevent, better treat, and ultimately cure type 1 diabetes Amherst is a leading provider of services to institutional investors in the markets for mortgage-related and fixed-income investments

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Fulbright & Jaworski is proud to support our partner Mark Garrett and the entire

Austin Chapter of JDRF

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Congratulations to

‘Specially for Children Pediatric Endocrinology and Texas Perinatal Group – Austin on receiving the

2012 JDRF Austin/FIFTY 50 Outreach Award. Because of your continued support, FIFTY 50 – the pharmacy that donates half its profits to diabetes research – is pleased to announce a $10,000 donation, in your honor, to the JDRF Austin Chapter.

Texas Perinatal Group – Austin


Recognizing e xtraordinary e fforts Achieving great things in any community takes courage, vision and tremendous effort. What each of us does can makelifebetter for everyone. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation , you are appreciated and admired every day.

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General membership is now available in the JDRF Austin C ircle o f H o pe .

As an inaugural member of this prestigious annual giving Circle, you will forever be recognized as a Charter Member of the Circle of Hope and receive exclusive member benefits — including semi-annual invitations to research update forums and opportunities to interact with leading authorities in the JDRF priority portfolio. To learn more about Circle of Hope, contact Vicki Callegari, Executive Director of JDRF Austin. 512.343.0663 vcallegari@jdrf.org


CARING IS FUNDAMENTAL DLA Piper is proud to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the 2012 Hope Ball. We recognize the important research supported by JDRF and salute your dedication to finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. When it matters to our communities, it matters to us.

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Deal for a Cure February, 2013

Walk to Cure Diabetes The Domain, Austin October 28, 2012

Type1Now Conference March 2, 2013

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Special Thanks Ava Werner Kaci Borchgardt Paris Durante Audrey Weast Sydney Weast Amber Ghosn Marcus Ghosn Audrey Chau Natalie Chau Zella Stricklin Natalee Weis Fidelina Zarate Heidi Zarate Ali Gardner Parker Hall Will Lewis Will Stone Andrea Harlan Sara & Jack Noble Mia Metzler

Kelly & Noah Kauffman Morgan Threadgill Maya Cidale Luke Near Kiley Browne Karen & Tom Gentry Rupesh Shah Martha Waller Kendall Hall Becca, Jeff, Avery & Brady Dietz AW Media MediaNation.net Atherton Pictures Rala Imaging Robert Anderson Colt Woody Kerri Bellacosa Vandergrift High School Cheerleaders


Thank you for attending the 2012 JDRF Hope Ball

and supporting our important mission. 3420 Executive Center Drive Suite 108 Austin, Texas 78731 Phone: 512.343.0663 Fax: 512.343.0773 www.jdrf.org/austin


2012 JDRF Hope Ball Program