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Still . . . Orange Grove Center


A Message from the CEO and Board President We made it through 2020! WE ARE STILL HERE! We are STILL here because of the incredible support we saw throughout the year from near and far. Each year as we choose our theme, we want one that represents both past and present. We want the theme to represent our accomplishments over the last year as well as embody our hopes and plans for the coming year. STILL may seem an odd choice, but it is just the right word to communicate a very important characteristic about Orange Grove: persistence . . . perseverance . . . even, in a way, faithfulness. 2020 and the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic brought many changes everywhere to everything, and Orange Grove was no different. STILL, our guiding principal was how best to continue to serve those in our community who have an intellectual/developmental disability despite lockdowns, shelter-in-place orders, and the barrage of sometimes conflicting information about the virus, recommendations, and best practices for ongoing operations. Focusing on our mission to RECOGNIZE, SUPPORT, AND CELEBRATE THE QUALITIES OF THE INDIVIDUAL during a pandemic isn’t hard because, despite the significant changes in our day-to-day activities, we STILL have a lot to celebrate. We celebrate the people we support, who showed amazing resilience in dealing with very adverse situations. We celebrate the families, who met new rules severely limiting visits with their loved ones with grace and understanding. We celebrate our staff, who faithfully reported to work each day and CARED. We celebrate our community, business, and government leaders, who responded generously when called upon for help.

Even during the pandemic, we are STILL person-centered — building supports around what each person wants; STILL innovative — embracing new technologies to boost independence in every setting; STILL advocating — using our stories and voices to inform community discussion about diversity, equity, and inclusion; STILL visioning — identifying opportunities for the people we support in the greater community; STILL learning — using new information, outcomes, and feedback to support ongoing successes; STILL listening — to parents, to funders, to employers, to caregivers, to the people we support, so we can meet and exceed expectations; STILL moving forward — planning new and expanded services in 2021 to better meet the needs and demands of the people we support. Let the following pages be your virtual tour through our successes, challenges, and opportunities during 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic, and our plans for 2021. THANK YOU for the many ways you support Orange Grove and the people we serve. In word and deed, time and treasure, you honor us with your gifts. We are grateful for your faith in us and our mission to recognize, support, and celebrate the qualities of the individual.

Tera Roberts, Chief Executive Officer

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A NOTE ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC We want to take just a moment to update you on how we are weathering the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. We were early adopters of measures to slow transmission, including putting into place significant restrictions on access to our main campus and all the residences. We were especially concerned because of the evidence that people with IDD tend to have worse outcomes with infection, and, as always, our primary concern is the health and wellbeing of those we support. In March 2020, we suspended day services. By shifting staff who normally work in the community with people we support to taking on shifts in our residences, we laid off fewer than 20 staff members. Our IT department worked hard to ensure staff who could work from home had the equipment and tech support necessary to do it. We collaborated with many local organizations to meet needs as efficiently as possible, such as childcare for our essential workers and assistance with food and food delivery.

We shifted all new-hire onboarding to virtual methods. We sought out and applied for all financial assistance for which we qualified to offset significant revenue losses from program and service suspensions. Our accounting department looked critically at all operational expenses to realize costs savings without sacrificing quality and safety. We set up a sick bay so we could separate people who were COVID positive from others. We partnered with United Way on a Caring Cards project for community members to send cards with encouraging messages to the people in our homes, and we received thousands of messages.

We kept in touch with experts in the field regarding the virus and appropriate responses to it. We worked with the State and the local health department to begin regular testing for staff and people we support. We are working with families and staff on vaccinations, so that everyone who wants one, gets one. Our teaching staff created lessons and classes to engage our student learners virtually. Our development department curated content for Orange Grove’s social media channels to engage people as they sheltered-in-place.

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Perhaps the most challenging aspect of 2020 has been the deepening of our staffing crisis. Even prior to the pandemic, with unemployment at historic lows, agencies in the long-term care supports and services industry like Orange Grove struggled to fill open positions. Yet now, even with high unemployment rates resulting from pandemicrelated shuttered businesses and a slow economy, the number of vacant positions at Orange Grove has climbed. In March 2020, we had 65 open positions; now the number of open positions has doubled to more than 130. Only through the efforts of all our dedicated and hard-working staff are we still managing and maintaining high quality programs and services, but the prospect of ongoing shortages is concerning.

Support from our community in responding to COVID-related challenges took many different forms: gifts of PPE, goody bags, plastic shields, fleet vehicles, and even coins imbued with wishes!

Despite the monstrous upheaval in our dayto-day operations, and the challenges we all faced, we take great comfort knowing we are not alone. We take heart in the outpouring of support from all corners of our local and greater community. And as always, we were inspired by the resilience of the people we support, as they continued to demonstrate the importance of enjoying each and every day and the opportunities it brings. Our ability to respond to a prolonged crisis has never been tested quite like this, but we are looking forward to this year, knowing that we can and will respond with grace and aplomb — and with the incredible support of families, staff, and our community.

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First, parents recognized that their children with disabilities could and wanted to learn. So they opened the Orange Grove school in October 1953. Then they recognized that their children with disabilities could work. So the first Orange Grove-supported individual went to work at a car wash in the community in 1956. Then, our community recognized that children with disabilities were more and more frequently reaching adulthood, and that residential options were necessary. So the first group homes opened in the 1960s. What has been true throughout Orange Grove history is that as needs and desires and possible outcomes (we dare to dream!) are recognized, our staff, our families, our individuals, and our community come up with a way to make it possible. Whether it’s called being responsive, enterprising, resourceful, innovative, or entrepreneurial, Orange Grove has been doing it since 1953 — to advance our singular mission of maximizing the opportunities the people we support have in the larger community to live the lives they choose. Orange Grove programs and services run the gamut from school-age services, to job training and supports, residential, health care, and retirement programs.

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ADULT SERVICES We continue to consider employment first and building the tools and skills that help people work and gain independence. We employ all the tools at our disposal to make it happen, including technology and volunteer opportunities to learn and improve skills. Our outlook for 2021 is positive as we hope to return to more normal activities. Orange Grove and our 135+ business partners remain committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, recognizing that people with disabilities are still a relatively untapped resource for jobs in our community. While we eagerly await the day everyone we support can return to their jobs, our job developers have been busy, meeting with businesses to match potential jobs with people we support.

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Not only is Orange Grove staff considered essential workers, but some of the people we support are too, and so were able to continue working throughout the pandemic. Orange Grove supports people working at Chattanooga Bakery (MoonPies are essential!), Chambliss Children’s Home, CHI-Memorial Hospital, Higgins Tire & Auto Services, Life Care Center of East Ridge, and Royal 72.

As much as possible, Orange Grove strives to support people in community-based services. The goal has always been to support people as they forge paths for their full participation and inclusion in every aspect of their community — in jobs, recreation, volunteering, healthcare, worship, and residential settings. Thus, we partner with places all over Chattanooga and North Georgia as community volunteer sites to host people as they go about their days, which may include any combination of work, recreation, and volunteering. We are gradually reopening these sites, sometimes with a reduced schedule, to maintain appropriate social distancing and sanitizing protocols. Orange Grove supports various people with in-home services where community-based services are not a good fit due to preference or chronic conditions that make community participation difficult. 8

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Orange Grove’s 62 homes all across Hamilton County are staffed and equipped to meet the wide-ranging needs of the residents. Almost 500 staff members work in our homes to support 225+ people.

52 Supported Living 80 Intermediate Care Facilities-IID 94 Residential Habilitation 486 Staff Demand for services in Georgia has increased steadily since we first opened the Ringgold office in 2012. Even with four sites and 105 people served, there is unmet demand. The North Georgia market also needs more residential options to supplement what already exists. The Georgia programs, like the programs in Tennessee, emphasize acquisition of skills that can increase independence and fulfillment in work and leisure.

CHILDREN’S SERVICES Orange Grove’s Children’s Services works closely with Hamilton County Department of Education and the educational authorities in 4 other counties to provide free appropriate public education to children up to age 22. All programs are customized to meet the individual needs and goals of each child, with an emphasis on increasing independence. During the pandemic, Orange Grove worked closely with local and state education officials on planning in-person and virtual instruction, with our foremost concern the health of the children, many of whom are considered medically fragile.

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CLINICAL SERVICES Orange Grove’s Augustus McCravey Health Care Clinic is a full-service primary health care clinic that provides patient-centered care to any adult, regardless of whether that adult has a disability or is otherwise served in programs at Orange Grove. During 2020, we welcomed a new Medical Director, who, as a fully licensed medical doctor, also has patient care responsibilities. Having our own full-time physician improves patient outcomes and continuity of care, especially for the growing numbers of patients who are medically complex.

Significant upgrades and improvements during 2021 will further support the clinical needs of the people Orange Grove serves. Planned projects include: — investments in technology to boost telehealth capabilities in the health care clinic; — new and upgraded equipment and technology in the dental clinic to better meet the needs of local patients as well as those who travel from as far away as the Tri-Cities area; — additions to nutritional services staff to ensure that the dietary needs are met and best practices followed, especially since “we are what we eat!”

The mouth is said to be “the gateway to the body.” As such, good oral and dental care lead to better overall health. Yet, oral and dental care are among the highest unmet health care needs for people with IDD. Access to appropriately trained dentists is often a challenge. Additionally, the practice of “desensitization” the Orange Grove Dental Clinic uses to get patients accustomed to the sounds, smells, and sights of the clinic, as well as the feeling of vulnerability when reclined in a dental chair, often takes significant amounts of time that could be disruptive to a private practice. A full range of Behavior Services are available at Orange Grove, including functional behavior assessments, behavior support plans, and training to implement the plans as well as monitor progress. Reducing the frequency, and/or mitigating the effects of maladaptive behaviors supports greater success and independence in inclusive, community settings. 10

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FAMILY SUPPORT The Family Support Program is funded by a grant through the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD). The purpose of the program is to identify and support people with significant disabilities by providing funding for services and supports not otherwise covered by other resources. Funding has been provided for things like respite care, personal assistants, independent living aids, special equipment, communication devices, home/vehicle modification, health-related needs, behavior services, and day care. The program supports more than 350 families across 11 Tennessee counties: Bledsoe, Bradley, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Polk, Rhea, and Sequatchie.

Still Supporting . . . “Support” at Orange Grove encompasses a lot more than just the basics. It takes a lot more to make us each tick than academic and functional instruction. Orange Grove has always valued enrichment services, like art, music, and recreation to tap into our inherent desire to respond to our world and our surroundings in a creative way. Through various programs, Orange Grove supports each individual’s unique talents in expressing that creativity. While the pandemic made in-person classes impossible, we used videos, Zoom, social media, and every other tool available to spark the creative juices and get people moving.

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The Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center (the “Hab Center”) coordinates Orange Grove’s strategic alliances with national and international teaching, research, and advocacy organizations working to improve the lives of people with IDD in every arena. The Hab Center staff ensures that people with IDD have a representative seat at the table with rulemaking bodies, industry practice groups, health care practice and research groups, and governmental councils and advisory groups. The Hab Center also pays it forward by supervising student interns from local schools in 15+ disciplines. For all the parts of 2020 that felt like nothing was moving, Orange Grove continued to reach out and make contacts to advance the mission in our community. Our partnerships with businesses and local governments continue apace, exploring new work and job opportunities.

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BUSINESS PARTNERS The businesses and individuals listed below partnered with us during the fiscal year for recycling, volunteer opportunities, or employment for the people we support. The partnerships are mutually beneficial, providing opportunities for us and the people we support while simultaneously helping our business customers meet their business objectives. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the list, but we don’t always get it right. Please let us know of any errors so that we can correct the list and our records. Ace Hardware A.D. Engineering Services A.E.E.D. Alleia Restaurant ABM Building Maintenance American Display Fixture Aqua Dog Aquashield, Inc. Artech Design Group, Inc. Barger Elementary Big River Grill Brainerd Baptist Church Burns & McDonnell C.O.S. Business Products Campbell and Associates Campbell and Campbell CARTA Bus and Caravan Carta Incline Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department Catoosa County Schools Cempa Chattanooga CARES Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Center Med Spa Chambliss, Bahner and Stophel Chattanooga Bakery Chambliss Center for Children Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Chattanooga First Church of the Nazarene

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Chattanooga State Community College Chattanooga Visitors Center CHI Memorial Hospital CHI Memorial - Sodexo Chili’s Restaurant CiCi’s Pizza Cigna City of Chattanooga, Avondale Head Start City of Chattanooga, Recycling Coast 2 Coast Coffee News Coker Tire Courtyard by Marriott Covenant College CraftWorks Brewery CTI Engineers, Inc. Dairy Queen Dawson Landscaping Dunkin’ Donuts Erlanger Medical Center Elemi Architects Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott First Baptist Church, Chattanooga First Centenary United Methodist Church First Volunteer Bank Five Star Food Services Fletcher Bright Flying Squirrel

Food City Garland Corporation Georgia NW Technical College Higgins Tire and Auto Hixson Community Center Home Depot Hunter Museum of American Art I-24 Welcome Center I-75 Welcome Center Junior’s Building Materials Komatsu America Corp Knox Company Lupi’s (Broad Street) Lupi’s Pizza (Hixson) Lupi’s Pizza (Jenkins Rd) March Adams and Associates, Inc. MarkCo Printing Midas Muffler Shop New City Fellowship Norfolk Southern Nothing Bundt Cake NOVO Health Services Orchard Knob Elementary P and C Construction Pantheon Capital Parker’s Auto Service Parkridge Hospital East Phaltless, Inc. Playcore Professional Sign Services QEP Real Estate Partners Regional Obstetrical Remco Plaza Rescare Home Health Agency River City Industrial, Inc. Ronald McDonald Charity Roper Corporation Royal Ruritan Club SecureAmerica See Rock City, Inc. Service Electric Company Signal Mountain Recycling Southern Spear Ironworks, LLC SportsBarn St. Nicholas School Stuart Heights Baptist Church Suburban Manufacturing Tallan Holdings

Taziki’s TDOT, Traffic Management Center TDOT, Volkswagen Tennessee Dept. of Transportation Tennessee Valley Public Power Association The John Ankerberg Show The Lupton Company, LLC The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Aramark The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, First Choice Top Flight TVA 3 Tier/Cerium Global/Resource 1 United Way of Greater Chattanooga Unique Fabrication U. S. Government Census Van De Wiele Vine Street Bakery Walgreens Walmart Waterhouse Public Relations Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church WTCI Public Television Corp. YMCA Zaxby’s

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The Center on Aging, Dementia, and Longevity focuses on education, research, support services, and advocacy. With better access to healthcare, improved diagnostic tools and treatments, and more opportunities to participate in their communities, people with IDD live longer than ever before. As they age, some of them will experience age-related illnesses, notably dementia. Families and caregivers learn to identify signs of dementia and root out factors in day-to-day life that may contribute to increased confusion and loss of function. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is one more way Orange Grove supports the needs of those in our community — in this case, those with IDD and a mental health diagnosis. Participants in IOP learn skills to regulate emotions and make choices in line with personal goals.

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Still Celebrating . . .

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS!

One of the best parts of our annual golf outing is having some of the people we support host our refreshment tents. That wasn’t possible in 2020, so we tried the next best thing: life-size cutouts!

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PERSON OF THE YEAR

MICHAEL WHITE

Michael first came to Orange Grove for employment services in 2002. Since then, he has worked in recycling, Royal 72, and Memorial Hospital. Furloughed at Royal 72 because of the pandemic, Michael was not content to sit still, so he transitioned to a position in the Memorial Hospital kitchen, where he was considered an essential employee. As businesses opened back up, he was able to return to Royal 72, where he and a colleague put the backs on artificial turf golf putting greens. Through all the transitions of 2020, Michael never lost his spirit, drive, or dependability. Orange Grove staff Helen Blansett, who worked with him at Memorial says, “no matter what he’s asked to do at work, he makes no complaints and is always willing to help anybody.” Recognition as Person of the Year for his hard work and accomplishments “means a lot to me,” says Michael. He even made it a personal goal when he included it as an “Outcome and Action Step” in his Individual Service Plan (ISP) in 2019, telling his team that he wanted to “earn Person of the Year so he can be acknowledged for the good work he’s done.” Michael’s shared vision of his goals, his team approach, and his determination and perseverance paid off! When Michael’s not working, he likes to shop, watch scary movies, and eat out with his wife of 10 years, Miranda. He and Miranda met while they both worked at the John F. Germ Recycling Center on the Orange Grove main campus. Michael is a great representative of Orange Grove and embodies the mission to recognize, support, and celebrate the qualities of the individual! 16

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Thank you!

DONORS We are so thankful for our friends who support us! Gifts reported below were made during the 2020 Calendar Year. We cannot do it without you. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list, but we don’t always get it right. Please let us know of any errors so we can correct the list and our records. *The Thomas A. Caldwell, Jr. Society recognizes donors who commit to make a monetary gift of any amount each and every year. The Society is named for Tom Caldwell, who served on the Board continuously and actively from 1953 until his death in 2018. +The Osage Seedling Fund recognizes donors who add $5.00 to their gift amount, which then goes to our rainy-day fund to offset recurrent state funding cuts. ~The Osage Roots Society recognizes those donors who help build the future at Orange Grove Center through planned gifts. CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE ($20,000 and up) (8 gifts)

Anonymous (2) City of Chattanooga James P. Roberts Trust~ Jaycee Future Corporation Mr. Wesley L. Shankles~ Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Sink United Way of Greater of Chattanooga

CHAMPIONS ($10,000-$19,999) (9 gifts) Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga First Horizon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gee McKee Foods Kingman, Inc. Mr. Jack McKee Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Pierce Robert L. and Kathrina H. Maclellan Foundation Tri‑State Roofing Contractors, LLC Weldon F. Osborne Foundation, Inc.

BENEFACTOR ($5,000-$9,999) (8 gifts) BBC Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James E. Casey, Jr. Chattanooga Civitan Children’s Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jason P. Davis Johnson, Hickey and Murchison, PC Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Peace Communications, LLC Mr. Howard L. Yarbrough

PATRON ($1,000-$4,999) (65 gifts) Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barto Mr. and Mrs. J Reed Bennett Blood Assurance, Inc. BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Mrs. Jane S. Bricard Brock Partnerships, LLC. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Caldwell, III Mrs. Reba H. Campbell Chattanooga Area Schools Federal Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox*~+ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Davenport, Jr. Mr. John M. Davis E. F. Brannon Furniture Dr. Ronald A. Eichel Elliott Davis Dr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Feintuch Mr. and Mrs. M. Scott Ferguson* Mr. and Mrs. Roger Field First Horizon Bank

Food City Mr. David C. Foster Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Foust~ Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fowler Mrs. Sarah E. Gaunt Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Gibson Henderson, Hutcherson and McCullough PLLC Mrs. Mary M. Hupp* Dr. and Mrs. E. Bruce Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. Fin M. Johnson Knights of Columbus, Council 8576 (Philip Paul Breen) Knights of Columbus, Council 14079 Knights of Columbus, Council 4572 Linda Carol Romans Irrevocable Living Trust Mr. Andre Massengile Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. McFarland McGriff Insurance Services Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Moorehead Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan~ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Nardo Mr. and Mrs. Bram Neil* Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Oldham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ossewaarde* Phillips Contractors and Management, LLC Mr. and Mrs. John A. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Puckett Mr. and Mrs. James J. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. James Keith Riley River Gallery Mr. John W. Shearburn and Ms. Carolyn A. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Scott Short Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sibold Smoky’s Tobacco Cigars and Gifts Southern Champion Tray Mr. Jerry H. Summers*~ Tennessee American Water Company The Helpful Group, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tolar Dr. Ben L. Tyber UBS Community Affairs and Corporate Responsibility, Americas United Heartland Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Waddell* Mr. and Mrs. Jon G. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Williford Dr. J. Mack and Mrs. Donna J. Worthington

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LEADERSHIP ($500-$999) (53 gifts) Anonymous+ (1) Abra Auto Body and Glass, LLC Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Ashenbramer+ Ms. Nancy B. Bryan Ms. Sherian B. Carmichael Charles G. Perrow Self Settled Trust Mr. James Clayborn Dr. and Mrs. Sam Currin Mr. and Mrs. Nick Decosimo Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Dorris Gentle Foot Care PA Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Vance A. Goforth Honorable and Mrs. Thomas Greenholtz Mr. and Mrs. James P. Halstead Hamilton Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. David Hardie Harton Realty Hazel M. Hutcheson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Heidel Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Hollaway Illinois Tool Works Foundation (ITW) Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Johnson Ms. Marianne G. Justin Keefe Plumbing and Heating Company, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kennedy Key’s Carpet Center Kiwanis Club of Ooltewah‑Collegedale Lookout Pest Control Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Maness Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCain Melanie Dodson and David Granger Charitable Fund Mountain View Auto Group Mr. and Mrs. John W. Myers Network for Good Nothing Bundt Cakes Chattanooga Dr. and Mrs. S. Michael Roe Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse*~ Russ Blakely & Associates, LLC See Rock City, Inc. Mr. Arthur N. Seessel III Ms. Jasmine Shah and Mr. Shrikrish Pathak Mr. and Mrs. Curtis S. Sims Mr. and Mrs. Michael St. Charles Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stewart Mrs. Cynthia W. Swafford

The Chattanoogan The Dixie Group Foundation, Inc. Ms. Brenda Whitfield Ms. Ashley Wilson

INVESTOR ($250-$499) (58 gifts) Anonymous* (1) Anonymous (2) Action Alarms of Chattanooga, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson*~ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ashley Mrs. Jane J. Aytes+ Mr. and Mrs. Rusty R. Aytes Becomers Class, Tuckston United Methodist Church Ms. Elizabeth Bertke Mrs. Naomi G. Burkart Dr. Aubrey M. Bush and Dr. Carol Bush Carolina Beverage Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Mike F. Christison Cigna Health Insurance Dr. and Mrs. David C. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Currey Mr. Franklin B. Daniels Mrs. Joan Morrow E. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Dearman, III Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Dickson Ms. Vicki Dillard Mr. John N. Dorsey Dr. and Mrs. William K. Dwyer Dr. Sharon N. Farber Mr. and Mrs. Randy Fenstermaker Mr. and Mrs. Tyler S. Forrest Mr. and Mrs. William S. Fuller Senator Randall Todd Gardenhire Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Gilbert Dr. and Mrs. James S. Goodlet, Jr. Mr. Gary B. Hilbert Jake Marshall Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. LaGraff Mr. and Mrs. David G. Lawman Mr. and Mrs. James Levine Ms. Sharon M. Matthews* Ms. Anna M. McMellon Ms. Shirley Middlebrooks Ms. Violet Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Norwood Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Nowotarski Olivet Baptist Church

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Mr. Angus Pearson Mrs. Phyllis Renneisen Ms. Tera Roberts Mr. Harry T. Robinson, III Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Shay Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Smith Mr. and Dr. Raymond H. Tedstrom Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III The Benevity Community Impact Fund Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon United Way of Greater Portland Mr. Richard T. Zerwer

SUSTAINER ($100-$249) (158 gifts) Anonymous (3) Mr. Robert Aass Mr. and Mrs. James E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Allen Amazon.com Ms. Lucille Ameduri Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Antenen Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Austin Mr. and Mrs. T. Maxfield Bahner Mrs. Elizabeth B. Bailey* Mr. John L. Baker Ms. Joan M. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Berman Dr. and Mrs. Pierre V. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Boettner Mr. Robert Borge Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. Boyt Mr. and Mrs. William T. Brooks* Ms. Carolyn Y. T. Brown+ Ms. Peggy O. Burke Ms. Anne W. Camp Mr. and Mrs. Darrell P. Campbell Ms. Emily S. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Chambers Ms. Lynn Chambers Mrs. Helen K. Clarke Mr. and Mrs. George H. Coleman Dr. and Mrs. David N. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conroy Mrs. June L. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. David M. Cox Ms. Jane M. Crist Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman Mr. Patrick Daugherty

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Mrs. Deborah D. Draper Mr. Robert T. Drew Mr. Tommy Ebner Mr. Scott Edens Dr. and Mrs. James D. Eggers Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Erickson Mrs. Jeri Lee T. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Fleenor GE Appliances Giving Campaign Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Gill Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Gooden Ms. Penelope Goodwyn Dr. Leslie Griffin Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Grohman Mr. David W. Hammel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamons Mr. and Mrs. Tony R. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hartline Mrs. Glennice Hegwood Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow M. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hereford, Jr. Mr. Jerry Hester Heyward Allen Toyota Mr. Eugene T. Hubbuch Mr. and Mrs. R. Darin Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hutton Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Jackson Ms. Gwen E. James Mr. and Mrs. K. Donald Jensen Mr. Dean Jobko Mr. Tim Jolley Ms. Betty Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Kaiser, III Mr. George Keefe Mrs. Martha D. Kent Mr. Randy King Mr. Daniel H. Knott Ms. Pamela J. Ladd Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lassen Mr. Mark J. Lichtenstein Dr. Gary Ligouri Dr. James Lovette and Dr. Tammy Lovette Ms. Cynthia Lowry Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr.* Ms. Beatrice R. Lyons Mr. Robert P. Main Mr. and Mrs. G. Mark Mamantov Mrs. Carol S. Mangum Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Mann, III* Mr. and Mrs. Don W. McDade

Ms. Kimberly A. McNatt Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Medearis, IV Mr. and Mrs. Philip Meyer Mr. David Miller Ms. Lee A. Million Ms. Alice Mohor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monds Mr. Charles E. Moore Mrs. Helen Tyber Morton Ms. Brenda Moss Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moy Ms. Lucy Nealy* Mrs. Ann H. Nelson Dr. and Mrs. John R. Nelson Ms. Molly C. Nolen Ms. Jo Ellen E. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Panzier Mr. Clay Parker Mr. George Patten Mr. James Peace Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Pleva Mr. and Mrs. James D. Poole Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Powell, Jr. Ms. Marie L. Prochaska Ms. Kathleen Puri Ms. Julianna T. Ratliff Ms. Janet A. Reeve Mr. and Mrs. Rolland F. Regester Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rethwilm Mr. William J. Rucinski Mrs. Sharon L. Russell Mrs. Mary Sue Sanders Mr. Hardin Satterfield Mr. Stephen Schaller Mr. Kurt A. Schmissrauter Mr. and Mrs. William R. Scott, III Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Slaten Mr. and Mrs. David F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Smith Ms. Reba C. Smith Mr. Robert Smith Mr. James W. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Sorrells Mr. and Mrs. Rickey D. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Gerry U. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Strang Mr. Shannon Sullivan Table and Tap LLC Tennessee Alpha Beta Epsilon Sigma Alpha

Ms. Ida Susan Thompson TNT Concrete, LLC Ms. Megan J. Toms Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tyber Mr. Mike Ulrey United Way of Greater Philadelphia and SNJ (Camden County) Mr. Larry David Varnell, Sr. Mr. Mark Von Nieda Ms. Patricia Waugh Mr. Richard Weekley Mr. and Mrs. David W. Whitaker Mr. Daniel E. White Mr. Daniel J. White Mr. Evan Whited Mr. Benjamin Williamson Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woody Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Wrinkle Dr. and Mrs. James L. Zellner

FRIEND (up to $99) (155 gifts) Anonymous (11) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adcock Aladdin Printing & Copying, Inc. Mrs. Grace M. Albert Mr. Roger Aldridge Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Anderson AT&T United Way / Employee Giving Campaign Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Attaway Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ayre Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baird* Ms. Lois S. Baird Mr. Matthew Barkhurst Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Beckman* Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Berger Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Bernstein Mrs. Janice M. Bigger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Bigger Mr. James Boehms Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Boone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman Mr. Nicholas Bosco Mr. Llew Boyd Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brady Mr. Greg Brannon Mr. Scott Brannon Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brooks, III

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Mr. and Mrs. J. Macon Brown Mr. Dave Buck Mr. and Mrs. Neil E. Campbell Candies Creek Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Caperton Ms. Mary R. Carlson Ms. Daisy Carmichael Mr. Jonathon Casey Ms. Deborah S. Chadwick Ms. Caren E. Chitwood Mrs. Dorothy R. Cho Mr. and Mrs. J. Steven Clapp Clear Creek Church of Christ Mrs. Gay D. Cohen and Mr. Larry A. Cohen Ms. Beth L. Cole Mr. Jason Cookston Mrs. Dolores W. Cooley Mr. Mark Cordell Mr. Nick Coussoule Ms. Margaret B. Crisp Mr. Wayne Cropp Mr. Timothy Crosby Mr. Greg Cullum Mrs. Maureen M. Davis Ms. Cindy S. Deere Mr. Robert C. Divine Dominion Energy Ms. Cathy D. Doss Mr. Kirk Douglas, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DuBose Mr. Jack Eans Mrs. Marie A. Edgerly Mr. Thomas Eischeid Ms. Deborah C. Ellis Ms. Linda R. Ellis Mr. August Eltz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Everett Mr. Konrad Motzek and Ms. Michelle A. Fernandes Mr. Fyke Fisher Foundation Energy Management, LLC Ms. Cherrie A. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Boodie M. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox Mr. James M. Gallagher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Gannaway Ms. Emily Green Ms. Charlotte Griffin Ms. Lisa Groff Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Hedrick Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss B. Hewlett Ms. Patricia Higgins Mr. Jim Petty and Ms. Heidi Hoffecker* Mr. and Mrs. John T. Holland Ms. Judy A. Hoppe Ms. Ann Huckaba Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Huffaker Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hyland Mr. Cameron A. Kapperman Mr. and Mrs. John W. Keene Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. King Ms. Starr T. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Klintworth Ms. Lilly Ladman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Z. Maisonneuve Ms. Clara L. Massman Mr. Matthew Mathis Mr. Tyler Maynor Mr. and Mrs. David W. McGill Ms. Jeanne P. McQuistan Mr. Oliver Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Murphy Ms. Cheri Murray Mr. Paul Newman North Cleveland Baptist Church Ms. Katherine F. Norwood Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Ansel M. Peak Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Pelton Mr. Peter Plaehn Mr. Robert Porterfield Ms. Lucy Powell Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Preston Ms. Patricia Prost Mr. Derek Rende Ms. Pam Revill Mr. and Mrs. James O. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ricketts Mr. and Mrs. John T. Riddle Mr. Brandon Rigsby Ms. Amanda S. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. B. Lamar Rush Ms. Rosie A. Russell Mr. and Mrs. George Rutkoskie Mr. and Mrs. Van Seabolt Ms. Debbie Sesler Mr. Hugh Sharber Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Sisson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith


Ms. Nancy L. Smith Ms. Sherry Smith Mr. and Mrs. George W. Southerland Mr. Todd Stancil Mr. William Stephens Ms. Vicki Stoner Mr. John L. Sughrue Ms. Martha J. Swafford Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Templeton Mr. Tyrus Treadwell United Way Suncoast Mr. and Mrs. Joe O. Vanderslice Mr. and Mrs. George Vieth Mrs. Maxine O. Whaley Mr. and Mrs. David L. Wheeler Mr. Wendell A. White Ms. Lindsey William Willing Workers Sunday School, North Cleveland Baptist Church Ms. Sue A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Wojnovich Mr. Michael Wood Mr. Chris Wright Mrs. Kaydell Wrinkle Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Wyatt Ms. Jeanne M. Young

Gordon Campbell Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman

Andrew J. Nardo Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III

Mr. and Mrs. David Clemons Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith

Bramlett Neil Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCain Mr. and Mrs. Bram Neil Mr. James W. Snodgrass

HONORARIA Dr. and Mrs. Richard Alvarez Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Rachel Andry Mr. and Mrs. William T. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rethwilm

Donna L. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ayre Tom and Claudette Cox Anonymous Mary H. Crews Ms. Vicki Dillard Emma Davenport Hazel M. Hutcheson Foundation Jean Gill Ms. Jo Ellen E. Oliver Helen Goldman Dr. and Mrs. James D. Eggers Melinda and Donald Grohman Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hereford, Jr.

Jeff and Linda Norwood Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Powell, Jr. Johnnie M. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Boodie M. Fox Zack Price Ms. Debbie Sesler Drs. Rick and Galina Rader Dr. and Mrs. J. Mack Worthington Linda C. Romans Hannah Witherspoon Marla Rush Mr. and Mrs. B. Lamar Rush

Travis Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow M. Henderson

Dwayne A. Sink Mr. Tommy Ebner Mr. Robert Smith

Daniel Hester Mr. Jerry Hester

Joey Stansell Ms. Deborah S. Chadwick

Kathy B. Hollaway Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Norwood

John Strang Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Strang

Charlie and Linda Johnston Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman

Jerry H. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Davenport, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Decosimo Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III

Jordan LaGraff Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. LaGraff

Debby Swanger Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith

Gino Ashenbramer Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Ashenbramer

David and Linda Longley Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman

Elizabeth B. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman

James Mann Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Mann, III

Jake Barker Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Gooden

Tonya May Ms. Linda R. Ellis

Douglas Beaver Ms. Sherian B. Carmichael

Sidney McCrary Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hartline

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Borneman Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith

Kit McIntosh Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr.

Josh Brock Mr. and Mrs. Vance A. Goforth

Tevis Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman

Howard L. Yarbrough Mrs. Gay D. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman

Gene Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. George H. Coleman

Vickie Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman

Kevin Yarbrough Mrs. Jeri Lee T. Evans

Alec Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Clint Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Darrell P. Campbell Greather J. Tinker Ms. Carolyn Y. T. Brown Mackenzie Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Waddell

IN MEMORIAM Barbara E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. James E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conroy Mark Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Anonymous Edmund Antrobus Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr. Christopher Baggett Drs. James and Tammy Lovette Caleb Baggett “Hicks” Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Attaway Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Maness Mr. Brandon Rigsby Ms. Sherry Smith Keith Bush Drs. Aubrey and Carol Bush Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moy Chad Campbell Mr. John N. Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer Ralph Kimsey Campbell Mr. Henry Ristorcelli Joseph D. Cardillo Mrs. Marie A. Edgerly Mr. David Miller Dolores W. Cooley Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adcock Mr. and Mrs. J. Macon Brown Ms. Cherrie A. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Hedrick Mr. Eugene T. Hubbuch Ms. Ann Huckaba Mr. and Mrs. R. Darin Hurley Johnson, Hickey and Murchison, PC Ms. Lucy Powell Ms. Janet A. Reeve Mr. and Mrs. Van Seabolt Mr. and Ms. John W. Shearburn Mr. and Mrs. Gerry U. Stephens John M. Cooley Ms. Cherrie A. Fowler Jonathan P. Davidson Mrs. Joan Morrow E. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Gilbert

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John Marcus Davis Ms. Joan M. Barnes Dr. and Mrs. Pierre V. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Boone Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brooks Ms. Lynn Chambers Mr. John M. Davis Mrs. Deborah D. Draper Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Everett Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss B. Hewlett Ms. Clara L. Massman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Nardo Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Panzier Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Sorrells Mr. and Mrs. George W. Southerland Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer TNT Concrete, LLC Larry W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brooks Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Sorrells Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer Albert Dorris Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Dorris Gail Driskill Ms. Deborah C. Ellis Jenny T. Foster Mr. David C. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Gill Ann D. Gauntt Mrs. Sarah E. Gaunt Ms. Marianne G. Justin William Gibson, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Panzier Kathy Gail Gilpatrick Anonymous James J. Goldman Dr. and Mrs. James D. Eggers John W. Goodlet Dr. and Mrs. James S. Goodlet Ms. Pamela J. Ladd Hubert Green Ms. Amanda S. Rowe Deborah Jean Kerr Hilbert Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Klintworth

Morton J. Kent Mr. and Mrs. William R. Scott Jane Curtis Magrath Ms. Beth L. Cole Carolyn May Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Chambers Margreta “Tink” McAllister Smoky’s Tobacco Cigars and Gifts Emily Christison McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Mike F. Christison Melissa Ann Moore Clear Creek Church of Christ Mr. Mark Von Nieda Ms. Lindsey William Dr. John R. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Bernstein Mr. James Boehms Mr. and Mrs. G. Mark Mamantov Ms. Katherine F. Norwood Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Olson Ms. Marie L. Prochaska Mr. and Mrs. Rolland F. Regester Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Smith Ms. Patricia Waugh Mrs. Maxine O. Whaley Ms. Jeanne M. Young Margaret E. Nelson Ms. Patricia Waugh Betsy J. Patton BBC Foundation Jeremy W. Poole Mr. and Mrs. James D. Poole Gail Puckett Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Puckett Laura Rogers Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gibson Samuel N. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk. Jr. Carldine Butcher Rox Ms. Gwen E. James Mr. and Mrs. David W. McGill Mr. and Mrs. James O. Rice Ms. Nancy L. Smith Ms. Ida Susan Thompson

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Joseph Burt Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. J. Steven Clapp Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Wrinkle Mrs. Kaydell Wrinkle Ivan Miller Shay, Jr. Candies Creek Baptist Church Mrs. June L. Cooper Ms. Margaret B. Crisp Ms. Cathy D. Doss Ms. Charlotte Griffin North Cleveland Baptist Church Mr. Larry David Varnell, Sr. Willing Workers Sunday School, North Cleveland Baptist Church Evelynn W. and Frances J. Sibold Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sibold Jack M. Sink Mr. Robert Aass Mrs. Grace M. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Antenen Mr. Matthew Barkhurst Becomers Class, Tuckston United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Berger Ms. Elizabeth Bertke Ms. Caren E. Chitwood Ms. Jane M. Crist Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Dearman Dominion Energy Mr. Robert T. Drew Mr. Jack Eans Mr. Tommy Ebner Mr. and Mrs. Randy Fenstermaker Ms. Penelope Goodwyn Ms. Emily Green Ms. Lisa Groff Heyward Allen Toyota Mr. and Mrs. John T. Holland Mr. Dean Jobko Mr. George Keefe Mr. and Mrs. John W. Keene Ms. Lilly Ladman Ms. Jeanne P. McQuistan Ms. Alice Mohor Ms. Cheri Murray Mr. Angus Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Templeton Ms. Sue A. Wilson Sandra Lee Smith Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Smith

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Kenneth Sudderth Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon

GIVING SOCIETIES

Donald T. Swafford Ms. Lucille Ameduri Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. Boyt Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brady Ms. Emily S. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Neil E. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hyland Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lassen Mr. and Mrs. Richard Z. Maisonneuve Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Murphy Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Preston Ms. Patricia Prost Ms. Kathleen Puri Mr. and Mrs. John T. Riddle Mr. and Mrs. George Rutkoskie Mr. Hardin Satterfield Mrs. Cynthia W. Swafford Ms. Martha J. Swafford Mr. and Mrs. David L. Wheeler

THOMAS A. CALDWELL, JR. SOCIETY This Giving Society recognizes those donors who commit to making a monetary gift of any amount each and every year. The Society is named in honor of Tom Caldwell, who was instrumental in the formation of Orange Grove, and served faithfully and actively on its Board continuously from 1953 until his death in 2018. Mr. Caldwell was a much revered and beloved member of the legal community in Chattanooga.

Dennis Glen Terry Ms. Cynthia Lowry

Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Mrs. Jane J. Aytes Mrs. Elizabeth B. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baird Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Beckman Mr. and Mrs. William T. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. M. Scott Ferguson Mrs. Mary M. Hupp Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Mann, III Mrs. Sharon M. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan Ms. Lucy Nealy Mr. and Mrs. Bram Neil Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ossewaarde Mr. Jim Petty and Ms. Heidi Hoffecker Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse Mr. Jerry H. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Waddell

Tammy Ruth Terry Mr. Dave Buck Ms. Beatrice R. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ricketts Ms. Vicki Stoner Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Wyatt Isadore, Betty and Jackie Tyber Dr. and Ronald A. Eichel Mrs. Helen T. Morton Dr. Ben L. Tyber Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tyber Landrew Webster Mr. and Mrs. Jon G. Webster Edna K. Weekley Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Anderson Ms. Daisy Carmichael Mr. Richard Weekley Mr. and Mrs. David W. Whitaker Deborah Lee Zerwer Anonymous

OSAGE ROOTS SOCIETY The Osage Roots Society recognizes those donors who ensure their legacy of

generosity by helping build the future at Orange Grove through their planned estate gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth Blair Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Foust Mr. and Mrs. W. Kyle Hauth Ms. Rita Heckrotte and Mr. Jim Roxlo Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan Mr. James P. Roberts Trust Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse Mr. Wesley L. Shankles Mrs. Hazel Mae Stamper Mr. Jerry H. Summers

UNITED WAY DESIGNATIONS We are grateful to the donors listed below who designated their United Way 2019 Campaign gift to Orange Grove. United Way has recently changed its policy and will no longer share with their partner agencies the names of the people who designate their gifts to a partner agency. Therefore, unless a donor lets us know personally that they have designated their United Way gift to Orange Grove, we will not know about the gift. Anonymous Mr. Kenneth Brewster Mr. James Clayborn Ms. Melissa Cantrell Mr. Stephen A. DeRight Mr. Tim Jolley Mr. Randy King Mr. Andre Massengile Mr. Robert Porterfield Mr. Shannon Sullivan Mr. Noah P. Pelfrey Mr. Benjamin Williamson

ANNUAL REPORT 2021

VOLUNTEERS AND IN-KIND DONORS January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 This is a list of our friends who gave us in-kind gifts and their gifts of time and expertise. If you know of someone we’ve missed, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can acknowledge your support and correct our records.

112 volunteers at 1,870 hours valued at $50,076.83 Aladdin Printing & Copying, Inc. Mr. Brian Allsbrooks Ms. Sheri Anderson A Voice for Joshua Mrs. Stacey Barton Ms. Lana Bean Mr. Michael Benton Mr. Will Benton Ms. Christine Bertani Ms. Baylee Bradford Miss Abby Brown Mr. Sam Brown Bruster’s Real Ice Cream Mr. Jim Cain Chattanooga Bakery Chattanooga Coca‑Cola Bottling Company Chattanooga Times Free Press Cherokee Distributing Company Clear Creek Church of Christ Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga Ms. Julie Davis Mr. Ryan Davis Mr. Tanner Davis Mrs. Theresa Davis Mrs. Michelle Fernandes Ms. Judy Finny Ms. Ashley Floyd Miss Harper Foutch Miss Maggie Foutch Front Runner Athletics

Ms. Monica Fuga Ms. Sarah Gabelein Mr. John F. Germ Mr. and Mrs. Vance Goforth Mrs. Melinda Grohman Mr. Bill Hawkins Mr. Tripp Hicks Mr. David Hopkins Mrs. Judy C. Hoette Integrity Automotive Group Mr. Robert Killian Knights of Columbus Mrs. Andrea Krech Mr. Dean Krech Mr. Gabe Kurtz Mr. Scott Lawson Mr. Jonathan Long Ms. Mikayala Lumpkin Mrs. Erica Martin Ms. Hannah Martin Mr. Shaun McFarland Mr. Walter McFarland McKee Foods Corporation Mr. Tom Moseley Mr. Konrad Motzek Nothing Bundt Cakes, Chattanooga Mr. Jeff Oliver Mr. Brian Parks Peace Communications, LLC Mr. Jeff Pepper Mr. Andrew Petty Mr. Randal Petty Publix Ms. Nikki Reed Ms. Trista Ristvedt Shuford’s Smokehouse Mr. Randy Smith Southern Adventist University Southern Champion Tray Southern Star Mr. Jerry H. Summers TeslaBros, LLC Ms. Vanessa Thomason Mrs. Ruth Toon Ms. Criscilla Tyler United Way of Greater Chattanooga Ms. Mary Vatter Mr. Paul K. Walker Mr. Jeremy Welch Yogi’s PrimoPro


Sharon Matthews, President Honorable Tom Greenholtz, Chairman Susan Gouger Rouse, Vice President Joe Jackson, Secretary Stephen T. Perry, Treasurer Michael A. Barto, Assistant Treasurer Thomas H. Cox John F. Germ Valoria V. Armstrong Sonia Fears Tyler S. Forrest Judy C. Hoette E. Bruce Hutchinson, PhD Daniel J. LaGraff

Fringes Sandy Lusk Karen McReynolds Salaries & Gary S. Napolitan, JD Andrew “Skip” J. Nardo Supplies Gregory Reabold Overhead Rosie A. Russell Other Richard Sadowitz, MD

S. Scott Short Jerry H. Summers, JD Ben L. Tyber, DDS Howard L. Yarbrough

Honorary Board Members: (not pictured) T. Hicks Armor Hugh J. Moore, Jr., JD T. Maxfield Bahner, JD William R. Russell Larry Cash, JD Janet Strang

EXPENSE 2019-2020

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FY2019-2020 REVENUE

EXPENSES

Government

34,561,657

89%

Salaries & Fringes 30,871,585

79%

Fees

2,147,999

6%

Supplies

2,400,208

6%

Contributions

1,242,264

3%

3,215,003

8%

Government 1,042,099 Other

2%

Fees TOTAL REVENUE

38,994,019

Contributions Other

100%

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REVENUE 2019-2020

Fringes Overhead

Salaries & 2,499,022 Supplies TOTAL EXPENSES 38,985,818 Overhead Other Other

EXPENSE 2019-2020

7% 100%

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ADMINISTRATION Tera Roberts, Chief Executive Officer Danny Johnson, Chief Financial Officer Wayne Collins, Chief Operations Officer Shawn Ellis, Chief Residential Officer Carla Walker, Director of Human Resources Gina Selby, Director of Compliance and Training Rick Rader, MD, Director of Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center Heidi R. Hoffecker, Director of Development Robert Boehm, MD, Director of Augustus M. McCravey Health Care Clinic Bev Witt, Director of Therapy Services Scott Robertson, Director of Fiscal Services Phillip Royal, Director of Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Jamie Sample, Director of Residential Habilitation Gail Walker, Director of Supported Living Darcy Owens, Director of Adult Employment Services Mandy Hall, Director of Adult Volunteer Services Dana Penney, Director of Case Management Amy Jo Schamens, Director of Children’s Services Daisy Seard, Assistant Director of Human Resources Windy Brooks, Assistant Director of Development Tracy Wilkerson, Assistant Director of Nursing Kristi Tankersley, Assistant Director of Family Support Mercedes Woodard, Assistant Director of Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Beverly Rawn, Assistant Director of Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Personnel The Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Felecia Wilson, Assistant Director of Residential Habilitation Augusta Bodenhamer, Assistant Director of Supported Living

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Dedicated to the Orange Grove Center’s DSPs who courageously, intentionally and victoriously serve our population selflessly to assure quality of life for the individual.

ANNUAL REPORT 2021


Funded in part by these agencies and many private contributors. of Greater Chattanooga of Northwest Georgia

Federal and state laws protect individuals from discrimination. Facilities, programs and services sponsored by Orange Grove Center are available to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. Orange Grove Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


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