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Answer the Call

2012

We live here - we give here

Published as a supplement to the Bainbridge Island Review Photos by Joel Sackett

youth job bank • sustainable ecology • animal welfare • quality childcare • food bank • senior r scholarship • volunteer training • music education • rescue equipment • wildlife rehabilitation • environmental education • flourishing arts • low income housing • performance skills • medica local art • preserving history • legal advocacy • children's education • musical theater • land c job training • financial aid • disabled services • dance performance • sports training • commun


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Fall 2012

Do you need your teeth cleaned, but can’t afford it?

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You are not alone.

There are lots of reasons people don’t get regular dental care. Waiting until something hurts can be a serious risk to your health and expensive to repair. We want to make keeping your teeth healthy a realistic priority. Adults over 60 can receive regular and affordable preventive care and screening at the Bainbridge Island Senior Center. Hours are increasing – sign up now. Eligibility for reduced fees is based on income. For information, or to make an appointment, call us toll free at 1.855.794.2384.

www.salish.org •• 206.780.7848 206.780.7848 www.salish.org

The Kids Discovery Museum

is proud to be a part of One Call For All! With your help, this year KiDiMu has been able to offer: FREE field trips to over 200 children and their caregivers from area Head Start preschools, FREE summer camp scholarships to 20 children, FREE summer admission to active-duty military families as part of the Blue Star Museums, FREE memberships to Kitsap County foster families, FREE art and science programs, and performances for all visitors. Please donate to OCFA to keep KiDiMu strong and accessible to all. Thank you! KiDiMu welcomes every child and family to explore and learn through interactive play... Imagine. Discover. Grow!

Open Every Day NEW! Mon & Wed: 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Sun: Noon – 4 p.m. Other days: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

www.kidimu.org • 206.855.4650

Pushing the (red) enveloPe. Virginia Mason Bainbridge Island-Winslow celebrates the dedication of One Call for All and the many non-profit organizations that enrich and improve the lives of our neighbors.


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One Call For All: An Island Tradition Dear Bainbridge Islander,

2012 One Call for All Board Members

For over 50 years, One Call for All (OCFA) has existed to help make Bainbridge Island a caring and compassionate place to live. We do that by raising money for non-profit organizations that support our neighbors in hundreds of different ways. In 2011-2012, for the first time, Bainbridge Islanders gave over $1,000,000 to support these non-profit agencies. I’m amazed and humbled by the generosity so many of you have shown. In spite of the success of last year’s Red Envelope fund drive the needs remain great and that’s why I’m asking you to give generously this year. With one check you can choose to: • Support students of all ages and abilities • Build a more vibrant arts community • Advocate for the environment and sustainability • Support our recreational facilities, open spaces and farms • Help someone less fortunate

Giving is simple: one envelope, one check, your cause(s). One Call. As always, 100% of your donation goes to the non-profits of your choosing. (I hope you will also consider a donation to help cover OCFA’s operating costs.) Thank you for your ongoing and generous support; your contribution matters.

Pictured from left to right:

Keith Hauschulz, Amy Curran, Ki Kilcher, Jon Green, Donna Dahlquist, Bob Linz, Bruce Weiland, Marcia Hastings, Bruce White and Joe Wilcynski

Jon Green President, Board of Trustees

PS – Make your investment this week to help Bainbridge become the community you want it to be. Online donation can be made at: www.onecallforall.org

Not pictured:

Stephen Streufert and Eric Stevens

2012-2013 List of Non-profit Organizations ABC Conservation Education Foundation

Franklin Stowell 221 Winslow Way W. #304 – B.I. (206) 842-0408 dolierf@aol.com The ABC Conservation/Education Foundation encourages and supports public education on the protection and preservation of the environment and natural resources of Bainbridge Island and its surrounding areas.

Arms Around Bainbridge

Orlando Boleda P.O. Box 4538 – Rolling Bay (206) 313-3525 armsaroundbainbridge@gmail.com www.armsaroundbainbridge.com Arms Around Bainbridge provides financial and emotional support to members of the community facing burdens associated with serious illness. We provide assistance for basic human needs through direct person-to-person support and interaction with our beneficiaries.

Bainbridge Arts & Crafts Victoria Josslin 151 Winslow Way E. – B.I.

(206) 842-3132 victoria@bacart.org • www.bacart.org Bainbridge Arts and Crafts, a nonprofit organization founded in 1948, exhibits and sells the art of local and regional artists, supports art education in the schools and provides art education to the wider community.

Bainbridge Chorale

Stephanie Harris P.O. Box 10572 – B.I. (206) 780-2467 info@bainbridgechorale.org www.bainbridgechorale.org The Bainbridge Chorale provides opportunity for its singers, audiences and the island community to participate in chorale music professionally performed and presented. The Chorale also serves children in grades 1-8 through our Young Singers program.

Bainbridge Community Piano Association Darden Burns 10575 Darden Lane – B.I. (206) 842-3380 dardenburns@comcast.net

Bainbridge Community Piano Association owns and maintains the Yamaha C6 grand piano in the

Bainbridge Commons. It sponsors student recitals and presents outstanding classical and jazz artists audiences on the concert series First Sundays at the Commons.

Bainbridge Cooperative Nursery School Kaye Bjur 501 Cave Avenue – B.I. (206) 842-4077 bcnsbainbridge@gmail.com www.bcnspreschool.org

BCNS was established in 1963 and has provided quality preschool education for three generations. Donations are used to supplement a scholarship fund for families in need of tuition assistance.

Bainbridge Island Ambulance Association Rena Beyke P.O. Box 11548 – B.I. (206) 842-2676 rbbiaa@aol.com

A volunteer Ambulance Agency serving BI since 1945. Basic Life Support transport of the sick & injured. Funds received assist with local patients in need of a reduced fee, training, and updating equipment. “We are here because you care.”

Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities

Barbara Sacerdote 221 Winslow Way W. #201 – B.I. (206) 842-7901 barbaras@bainbridgeartshumanities.org www.BainbridgeArtsHumanities.org Our mission is to create an environment on Bainbridge Island in which the arts and humanities flourish, by enriching, inspiring and supporting creative professionals and their audiences; and, by connecting young people to creative ways of thinking through powerful arts programing.

Bainbridge Island Boys & Girls Club

Pat Murray 8521 Madison Avenue NE – B.I. (206) 855-8486 pmurray@positiveplace.org www.bipositiveplace.org For youth in grades K-8, we provide safe, positive, after-school programs; summer and holiday day camps, including late night activities; and leadership and service opportunities for teens through club volunteerism.


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B.I. Child Care Centers

B.I. Historical Museum

Anna Garrity 502 Cave Avenue – B.I. (206) 842-6525 info@biccc.org

BICCC, est. in 1974, is committed to providing nurturing child-centered education, quality childcare, before/after school care & summer camps for ages 2 1/2-12 at our 3 programs, Children’s Center, Big Kids and Kids Club. Funds go to scholarship and programming.

B.I. Community Fund Pool P.O. Box 10487 – B.I. (206) 842-10487

If you are not sure which Agency to donate to, consider making your gift to this shared fund. ALL of the on-Island non-profits share in the money donated to this category. Give freely knowing that every group shares in your donation.

B.I. Downtown Association Sina Pradel 120 Madrone Lane #120 – B.I. (206) 842-2982 assistant@bainbridgedowntown.org www.bainbridgedowntown.org

BIDA seeks to preserve our downtown as the heart and soul of our community, by advocating for a small-town perspective drawing residents and visitors alike to our local businesses, as well as civic and cultural events.

Hank Helm 215 Ericksen Avenue NE – B.I. (206) 842-2773 director@bainbridgehistory.org www.bainbridgehistory.org The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum collects, preserves and interprets Bainbridge’s colorful history, produces oral histories and videos, sponsors programs about Island history and operates a historical museum containing exhibits and a research library.

B.I. Japanese American Exclusion Memorial Assoc. Cynthia Harrison 221 Winslow Way W. #306 – B.I. (206) 842-7519 harrisonthia@gmail.com

This memorial exists to ensure people understand and appreciate what happened to Japanese Americans during WWII, how B.I. reacted to their exclusion and incarceration, and how these events remain relevant today.

B.I. Kiwanis Foundation Laurie Isenman P.O. Box 10602 – B.I. (206) 855-9195 slkisenman@msn.com www.bikiwanis.org

Thank you

Kiwanis is a volunteer organization dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time through a scholarship program benefitting Bainbridge Island students and a variety of local projects.

B.I. Land Trust

P.O. Box 10144 – B.I. (206) 842-1216 landtrust@bi-landtrust.org www.bi-landtrust.org

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Bainbridge Island Rowing Merry Palmer 221 Winslow Way W. #204 – B.I. (206) 780-8150 info@bainbridgerowing.org www.bainbridgerowing.org

BIR promotes and develops recreational and competitive rowing opportunities for youth and adults of the B.I. We promote health and fitness through rowing activities.

BILT preserves scenic Island vistas, natural areas, shorelines and farmlands (>1,200 acres to date) by holding conservation easements, facilitating land acquisitions, stewarding protected lands, and educating the community about conservation and stewardship. Donations support these activities.

B.I. Senior Community Center

Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation

BISCC promotes the well being in mind, body and spirit of those fifty and older through education, exercise, fellowship, nutrition, recreation, travel and a wellness program. Seniors use their experience and skills as volunteers.

Jennifer Sharp P.O. Box 11127 – B.I. (206) 842-2306 x19 jsharp8300@gmail.com www.biparksfoundation.org Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation is committed to the enhancement of recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for present and future generations. Your contributions provide gifts of lasting benefit to the residents of Bainbridge Island.

Judith C. Tingley 370 Brien Drive SE – B.I. (206) 842-1616 info@biseniorcenter.org

B.I. Special Needs Foundation Bryana Deits P.O. Box 10919 – B.I. (206) 780-1211 bisnf@thestephenshouse.org www.bispecialneedsfoundation.org

BISNF operates a day program at Stephens House for young adults with developmental disabilities, focusing on quality of life enhancements which increase physical health, mental wellbeing, and social interaction, while providing respite for caregivers.

Thank you...

This year, support Fred Hutch. Photo by Donna Souter

Because of your support, IslandWood is Your support provides exceptional providing life-changing experiences in nature outdoor learning experiences that that are transforming how a generation of young inspire environmental and people lifelong feels about learning, the environment, andcommunity the importance ofstewardship. stewardship — starting in their home communities.

4450 Blakely Ave. NE | www.islandwood.org | 206.855.4300

Fred Hutch is more than doctors and scientists. We are pioneers in breakthrough research that saves lives. Support Fred Hutch and make a difference. For direct inquiries: annualgiving@fhcrc.org or 1.800.279.1618

www.fredhutch.org


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Bainbridge Island Sportsmen’s Club

Mark D. Emerson P.O. Box 10421 – B.I. (206) 992-7030 membership@bainbridgesportsmensclub.org Since 1938, BISC has provided outdoor education, youth education and safety training, and law enforcement training facilities. We are pleased to offer even better outdoor recreational opportunities with the addition of our new archery range.

B.I. Visually Impaired Persons Support Group Jacqueline Cain P.O. Box 11464 – B.I. (206) 842-1670 wingcon@q.com

We offer support, encouragement and hope to blind and low-vision persons and serve as a community resource regarding their needs. Monies received help with operating costs, community outreach and the purchasing of equipment.

Bainbridge Island Volunteer Firefighters Association Tim Carey 8895 Madison Avenue NE – B.I. (206) 842-7686 tcarey@bifd.org • www.bifd.org

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Association members actively serve as volunteer firefighters/EMTs with the BI Fire Department and raise funds to purchase fire/rescue/medical equipment (extrication tools, CPR mannequins, etc.) and to provide fire/medical/rescue training to volunteers.

Bainbridge Island Youth Orchestra

Debbie Kuffel P.O. Box 10052 – B.I. (206) 842-0814 debbiekuffel@comcast.net http://joomla.biyo.us/index.php BIYO fosters musicianship and camaraderie through education and performance. We have a talented and inspirational Music Director along with free public concerts which provide important group playing experiences. We make friends and beautiful music together!

Bainbridge Island Youth Soccer Club

Brenda Green P.O. Box 10949 – B.I. (206) 780-8878 board@bifc.net • www.biysc.com BIYSC provides soccer training and playing opportunities for over 1500 youths ages 6-19. In addition to recreational teams, over 300 play on competitive teams. The Club provides scholarships and helps develop soccer fields for Island youth.

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Bainbridge Ometepe Sister Islands Association

Bainbridge Schools Foundation

We promote people-to-people exchanges between Bainbridge and our sister island in Nicaragua. One Call money helps pay travel costs for Bainbridge students, Ometepe English teachers, and other delegates who could not otherwise participate.

The Bainbridge Schools Foundation raises funds, gathers resources and acts as a catalyst to involve the community in public education. We are the one fundraising arm of the school district which can fund teacher salaries.

Bainbridge Performing Arts

Bainbridge Student Loan Fund

Vickie Marsing 8489 Madison Avenue – B.I. (206) 855-0530 bsf@bainbridgeschoolsfoundation.org www.bainbridgeschoolsfoundation.org

Jeanne Huber P.O. Box 4484 – Rolling Bay (206) 780-1246 huber001@aol.com • www.bosia.org

Dominique Cantwell 200 Madison Avenue N. – B.I. (206) 842-4560 dcantwell@bainbridgeperformingarts.org www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org BPA is the quintessential heart of the island’s performing arts community, offering year-round LIVE entertainment on stage for over 50 years at BPA -- a gathering place for local talent in dance, music and theatre.

David Webb P.O. Box 10602 – B.I. • (206) 842-2420 dawcsw@aol.com

One Call For All funds are used to make lowinterest loans to post-secondary students in our community to defray the costs of college, university or vocational education.

Bainbridge Youth Services

Lori Midthun P.O. Box 11173 – B.I. • (206) 842-9675 lori@bainbridgeyouthservices.org www.bainbridgeyouthservices.org

Bainbridge Public Library Patricia A. Miller P.O. Box 11815 – B.I. (206) 842-4162 x9802 ask@bainbridgepubliclibrary.org

The Bainbridge Public Library provides a full range of library services for adults and children. The Bainbridge Community owns and maintains the building and the grounds. The Kitsap Regional Library provides the books and the staff.

Since 1962, BYS has been serving local youth through counseling and various services. Donations support crisis intervention/no-fee counseling for island teens and low-income families. Donations also support youth and Job Services Program and community service efforts.

S

ince 1975, PAWS of Bainbridge Island/North Kitsap has served pets and people in our community without a cent of government funding. We rely on the compassion of local animal-loving families. Meeting the Need

Our Services Include:

In 2009, we initiated our Pet Food Bank and expanded financial assistance to low-income pet owners, through partnership with four local food banks. Since then, we’ve delivered over ten tons of pet food. Annually we provide veterinary financial assistance to about 500 families and pets in need.

• • • • •

Did you know? PAWS of B.I./North Kitsap is entirely independent, not connected to any larger group. All proceeds are dedicated to our completely LOCAL mission.

Cat Adoption Center (8820 Miller Road) Dog matchmaking and adoption events Pet food bank Lost and found registry Low-income pet owner financial assistance (spay/neuter and vet costs) • Education events, including WagFest & Speakers Series • Feral cat control • Pets and Loving Seniors (PALS)

Visit our website www.PawsBainbridge.org | 206-842-2451


Battle Point Astronomical Association Frank Schroer P.O. Box 10914 – B.I. (206) 498-1812 treasurer@bpastro.org www.bpastro.org

The BPAA provides an observatory, telescopes and space dedicated to many aspects of astronomy, including Star Parties, educational programs, public lectures, astronomy courses, research projects and construction programs. OCFA funds, along with membership dues, directly support operations.

Bloedel Reserve

Edward Moydell 7571 NE Dolphin Drive – B.I. (206) 842-7631 emoydell@bloedelreserve.org www.bloedelreserve.org The Reserve is a public garden and arboretum, a landscape of textures, shapes and colors that nurtures and refreshes the soul, an educational resource for schools, a venue for performing artists and an active advocate for rational environment protection strategies.

Carden Country School

Kristin Province P.O. Box 10160 – B.I. (206) 842-6510 Admin@CardenCountrySchool.org

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A Christian school offering education in a nurturing environment for grades K-8 using the Mae Carden curriculum. Located on a working farm it includes five classrooms and a library. Donations provide scholarships.

Community Energy Solutions Tammy Deets 221 Winslow Way West #301 – B.I. (206) 261-5259 tammy.d@cenergysolutions.org www.cenergysolutions.org

Community Energy Solutions is committed to averting climate change, and to bringing a more sustainable culture to communities through the strategic placement of solar energy systems that have educational and social economic benefits.

Elder & Adult Day Services Cheryl Kitchin 12831 NE 21st Place – Bellevue (206) 859-5750 ckitchin@eads-cares.org www.eads-cares.org

EADS provides nationally accredited medicalmodel day health programs, promoting functional independence for frail seniors, injured, and developmentally disabled adults (ages 18-100+). EADS is a leader in respite care and support services for Caregivers.

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Filipino American Helpline House Community of B.I. & Vicinity Joanne E. Tews Marisa Acuna P.O. Box 11163 – B.I. (206) 409-0524

The Filipino Community Hall is on the State and National Register of Historic Places. Celebrations include the Annual Strawberry Festival, FilipinoAmerican Day, 4th of July Parade, Indipino Annual Festival and Farmers Tour.

Friends of the Farms

Wendy Tyner 221 Winslow Way W. #303 – B.I. (206) 842-5537 wendy.tyner@friendsofthefarms.org www.friendsofthefarms.org Friends of the Farms works to preserve and enhance local farming on Bainbridge Island helping to manage public farmland, provide educational experiences, promote locally grown food and the Harvest Fair, ensuring a deeper appreciation for our Island’s agricultural heritage.

GoRun!

11378 Logg Road – B.I. (206) 718-2665 www.gorunhavefun.org GoRun! is a non-profit that organizes a running program for 5th and 6th grade girls. Our mission is to build key life skills (goal setting, teamwork, etc.) while encouraging healthy lifestyle choices and fitness.

282 Knechtel Way NE – B.I. (206) 842-7621 jtews@helplinehouse.org www.helplinehouse.org An umbrella of social services: Donations support professional crisis intervention, assessment, resource referral, advocacy, family counseling program, food bank, clothing, transportation assistance and medical equipment loan. Neighbor helping neighbor - one neighbor at a time.

Hope House of Bainbridge Island

Lorraine Ekholm 11955 Sunrise Drive NE – B.I. (206) 855-8383 lokholm@comcast.net Hope House is an adult family home that cares for our community members who have developmental disabilities or mental illness. It strives to provide a natural living environment, encourages independence and promotes community interaction. I see firsthand how wonderfully OCFA stewards donors’ dollars, and elevates awareness of the needs in our community. I know contributing through OCFA is a worthwhile investment, and am happy to be giving this year.

Jeannie Patterson BI resident of 4 years

Congratulations to One Call for All for 50 years of service! We are proud to be an OCFA partner.

www.biccc.org info@biccc.org

Photos by Joel Sackett

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Housing Resources Board

Wendy Johnson 250 Madrona Way NE, Ste 110-B – B.I. (206) 842-1909 wendy@housingresourcesboard.org www.housingresourcesboard.org As a community land trust, HRB works to preserve the diversity and vitality of Bainbridge by providing and maintaining affordable housing. HRB provides emergency rental assistance, HomeShare, independent living and home rental and ownership opportunities.

Hyla Middle School

Vickie Jenkins 7861 Bucklin Hill Road – B.I. (206) 842-5988 vickij@hylamiddleschool.org www.hylamiddleschool.org The mission of Hyla Middle School is to create an educational environment in which middle school children are intrigued with learning. Hyla provides an educational program to students in grades 6-8.

Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Bainbridge Island

Kaycie Wood P.O. Box 11253 – B.I. • (206) 842-4441 ivc1@bainbridge.net www.ivcbainbridge.org

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A service organization of trained volunteers helping the elderly and those temporarily in need with tasks of day-to-day living. Volunteers provide transportation, grocery shopping, errands, companionship and respite care.

IMC offers individual and group music lessons for all ages, plus workshops, camps, and weekly community concerts. Our facility includes instructional studios, group rehearsal rooms and a performance space for recitals, recordings and concerts.

Island Children’s Montessori School

Island Theatre

9723 Coppertop Loop #203 – B.I. (206) 842-8770 www.islandchildrensmontessori.org Island Children’s Montessori School’s preschool and kindergarten provide a rich and varied program that is both fun and educational with the goal of preparing the students for public schools.

Island Cooperative Preschool Ellen Carleson P.O. Box 10453 – B.I. • (206) 842-3013 teacherellenicp@hotmail.com www.islandcooppreschool.org

ICP is a cooperative preschool for children ages 1-5. We inspire parent involvement in our preschool classes and nurture families through parent education. OCFA donations support our tuition scholarship program.

Island Music Center (IMC) Julie Duke 10598 NE Valley Road – B.I. (206) 780-6911 info@islandmusic.org www.islandmusic.org

Diane B. Bankart 7781 NE North Street – B.I. (206) 842-3502 dianebankart@comcast.net www.islandtheatre.org Island Theatre is an independent production company dedicated to intelligent theater for grownups through the very best dramatic literature. We produce Island Theatre at the Library, Island Theatre at Your House, and staged productions.

IslandWood

Jeannie Patterson 4450 Blakely Avenue NE – B.I. (206) 855-4362 jeanniep@islandwood.org www.islandwood.org IslandWood provides exceptional learning experiences for students, teachers and families. Through our programs for schools and our community events, IslandWood inspires lifelong environmental and community stewardship.

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Just Know Coalition Debbie Hollyer P.O. Box 10431 – B.I. (206) 842-2953 coalition@justknow.org www.JustKnow.org

Founded in 2003, the Just Know Coalition is dedicated to supporting Bainbridge Island families. Our programs are designed to build a strong nurturing community, encourage healthy and safe choices for all children, and provide relevant youth and parent education.

Kids Discovery Museum

Susan Sivitz 301 Ravine Lane NE – B.I. (206) 855-4650 susan@kidimu.org • www.kidimu.org The Kids Discovery Museum welcomes every child and family to explore and learn through interactive play...Imagine. Discover. Grow.

Kids in Concert

Michelle Naden P.O. Box 11623 – B.I. • (206) 849-5544 michelle@kidsinconcert.org www.kidsinconcert.org Kids in Concert is an after school music program for children. With foundation in improvisational play, our curriculum ignites creativity, dynamic social engagement, and expertise in choir, orchestral instruments and performance experience.

Saving wild lives West Sound Wildlife Shelter is the only medical facility of its kind in the western Puget Sound. We strive to provide compassionate treatment and rehabilitation services to injured, sick and orphaned wildlife, assure their safe release and promote their protection through public outreach and education. Through the efforts of the public and our staff of licensed rehabilitators, volunteers and veterinarians, our hospital saves the lives of hundreds of animals each year. With your help we can continue this important work. Educational Presentations: Orion the great horned owl, Athena the barred owl, Yukon the red-tailed hawk, Lorcan the pygmy owl, and Ed and Ebenezer the American crows, are the stars of our educational presentations, which can be tailored to specific ages and events. West Sound Wildlife Shelter is supported through One Call For All and private donations. We hope you will remember us when you receive your red envelope.

206.855.9057 www.fieldandfarmphoto.com

7501 NE Dolphin Drive Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 206.855.9057 • www.westsoundwildlife.org


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For over 20 years, Kitsap Legal Services has served low-income residents of Kitsap County who are in need of legal assistance in civil matters.

Low Income Legal Advice We are strongly rooted in the Bainbridge Community. Bainbridge Island attorneys offer one-on-one assistance and advice to low income island residents at a monthly advice clinic. All services are confidential and it is free to attend the clinic. Please call the Northwest Justice Project for screening at 1-888-201-1014.

www.KitsapLegalServices.org

Kitsap Legal Services Part of our agency funding comes from generous donations through One Call for All (OCFA). The 2012-2013 OCFA campaign begins soon. Watch for your red envelope to come in the mail and please remember us as you are designating your funds.

Bainbridge Public Library CELEBRATING THE PAST, CREATING THE FUTURE 1962 - 2012 2012 has been a jubilant year in celebration of fifty years’ service to the community and of the many ways Islanders have made Bainbridge Public Library the vital community center it is. Now we look forward to creating the future. Your contributions through ONE CALL FOR ALL are key to keeping your library vibrant and up-to-date. Tax dollars pay for materials and staff, but the library building, grounds and utilities are totally depended on your donations. Thank you.

Your gift truly matters! Thank you. www.bainbridgepubliclibrary.org •

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Celebrating 40 years of learning to succeed by Becky Fox Marshall Montessori Country School is marking major milestones these days – its 40year anniversary, the retirement of the school’s second generation of leadership, and plans to consolidate with Voyager Montessori Elementary School in 20132014 which will culminate in Montessori Country School educating children from 18 months through the sixth grade. For this Arrow Point Drive school, which currently enrolls 80 students 18 months through kindergarten, One Call For All ensures financial aid is available, requests for which have nearly tripled since 2008. About 18 percent of the students receive aid and of those awards, about 16 percent of the funds are made possible by One Call For All donations. Last year they saw their highest number of donors at 57 donors, with a total of $5,980 in donations. “Our Board of Trustees doesn’t want to deny a child this experience due to inability to pay,” said Head of School, Patty Christensen. “One Call For All makes a huge difference – the difference of some children being here, or not.” Annual tuition for pre-primary and primary students ranges from $3,550 to $10,000 depending on the program. The school’s primary source of revenue is from tuition. In addition to One Call For

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All contributions, the school raises money through a giving campaign each fall, an annual auction, and a few product sales. Christensen is retiring after the 2012-13 year, having served 26 years at the school founded by her late mother, Dorothy King, and the late Julie Rynearson. In 1979, the school moved to its current campus - a converted house on Arrow Point Drive, where walls were removed and rooms were added as the school grew. In 1988, when parents requested expanding beyond preschool and kindergarten, the school started an elementary program, which spun off in 1995 and became Voyager Montessori Elementary School. With the 2013-2014 school year, these two strong schools will be reunited to form a single school administered by Montessori Country School. Country School and Voyager have shared several families over the years. ”What we have in common is our Montessori philosophy,” said teacher Meghan Skotheim, who will be stepping into the role of Head of School with Christensen’s departure. “With that already in place, it’s really bringing our two fabulous school communities together.” The Montessori philosophy holds that children need to be offered a carefully prepared environment where they are free to explore and learn, following their

Photo by Joel Sackett

Teacher Meghan and her morning class telling stories outdoors. interests and progressing at their own pace. Each class has a three-year age-span. First-year students enter as novices, the second-year students return as confident explorers and third-year students experience mastery – becoming mentors and teachers of the younger students. It’s the sort of cycle experienced

throughout life – so this early experience builds the skills to succeed in those cycles. “The students learn they can make a difference,” Christensen said. “They leave with a strong sense of what it is to be in a caring, respectful community.”

Thank you for helping us collect and preserve the unique and colorful history of Bainbridge Island! • “An Island Story” Award-winning exhibit in our original 1908 one-room schoolhouse. • “Ansel Adams: A Portrait of Manzanar” Images from “War Relocation Center: Manzanar, CA - 1943. • “Yama & Port Blakely” Photos of Japanese villages & Port Blakely. • “The Overland Westerners” A unique journey by horseback.

Located a short walk from the ferry terminal Open every day 10am - 4pm 215 Ericksen Avenue NE

Phone: 842-2773

Neighbor Helping Neighbor Visit www.helplinehouse.org

Supporters include:


One Call For All  www.onecallforall.org

Kitsap Humane Society

kellys@kmhs.org

executivedirector@kitsap-humane.org www.kitsap-humane.org

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County

Kitsap Legal Services

mary@kitsapdrc.org • www.kitsapdrc.org

www.kitsaplegalservices.org

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center rmccallu@fhcrc.org • www.fhcrc.org

Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County director@kitsaphabitat.org

Hospice of Kitsap County wendy.rohrbacher@hospicekc.org

Kitsap Adult Center for Education

lori@kitsaplegalservices.org

Peninsula Community Health Services bpmalich@pchsweb.org www.pchsweb.org

200

Annual Donors (left column)

League of Women Voters Education Fund (360) 621-2752

400

500

Annual Donations in $ x1000 (right column)

Off Island Based

Human Services Undesignated Arts & Humanities

Youth Services and Organizations

Schools & Childhood Education

Planned Parenthood of Western Washington stacy.falkner@ppgnw.org

Over the last eight years, One Call for All has distributed to partner organizations that serve our island community over $7,214,205 in gifts from 14,400 donors.

2011

Crisis Clinic of The Peninsulas

600

1,000

2010

dphorn-bsa@qwestoffice.net

800

1,500

2009

president@kitsapaudubon.org www.kitsapaudubon.org

2008

Kitsap Audubon Society

1,000

2,000

2007

Chuckwagon Senior Nutrition Program

1,200

2,500

2006

These organizations are based off Island and are not recipients of the BI Community Fund Pool:

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Report to the Community

2005

Designated Funds Only

2004

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Distribution of donor directed gifts: In 2011, for the first time, 1,643 donors made contributions of $1,088,055.00.

Health & Human Services

exedir@kacewa.org • www.kacewa.org Environment & Recreation

Emergency Services

One Call for All: We Live Here, We Give Here

Over the past year, the community has donated more than $1,000,000 to local non-profits through One Call for All...the most in our 50+ year history! Thank you for helping us make a difference in our community, one Red Envelope at a time.

The Red Envelopes for this year are arriving now, please support the organizations that touch your lives by sending in your gift. 100% of the donations that you make go directly to the non-profits that you designate.

P.O. Box 10487 • Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 • Phone 206.842.0659 • www.onecallforall.org


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Providing natural inspiration for all by Becky Fox Marshall For children growing up in a concrete world, a squirrel can be nothing short of magical. A trail through the quiet forest can be a path to worlds and possibilities never imagined. That’s what IslandWood’s 225-acres outdoor learning center has been providing for a decade to thousands of students as it fulfills its mission “to provide exceptional learning experiences and to inspire lifelong environmental and community stewardship.” It’s not just students who benefit – each year thousands of community members visit the campus through community events, conferences and leadership programs. But it’s the kids who are at the heart of the mission, and nature who is the star of the show. IslandWood is made up of trails through second-growth forest, a stream, a four-acre pond, a deep ravine traversed by a suspension bridge and the Blakely Harbor beach. Structures include two tree houses, mill worker’s cabin, bird blind, a floating classroom, four lodges, a guest house, dining hall, learning studios, art studio, administrative offices, the Great Hall, and more. The primary activity at IslandWood is its four-day, three-night School Overnight Program. Students experience handson education in which the environment

serves as classroom and where science, technology and the arts are integrated. And like nature adapts to conditions, IslandWood teaches to diverse learning styles. More than 4,000 children in fourth, fifth and sixth grades participated in the last academic year, representing 88 schools from throughout the region. “Islanders contribute for those who don’t have the good fortune of living somewhere like this,” Philanthropy Coordinator Jeannie Patterson said, when asked why islanders give – more than $8,600 last year – to IslandWood in the One Call For All campaign. “Every single one of the students benefits from those donors – from those in affluent schools to the kids in First Place (a Seattle school for homeless children).” IslandWood’s menu of experiences also includes professional development for teachers, including a graduate program affiliated with the University of Washington, spring and summer programs for families and children 4-12, special programs and opportunities for non-profits. IslandWood is expanding its reach, this year hosting military families who had someone just home from, or about to depart for, war. About 80 people, parents and children, spent four days on campus, experiencing nature activities, along with

family and services.

educational

“It was really touching, and an interesting way to use nature as a place for healing,” Patterson said. IslandWood also hosted “Voices from the Field,” a four-day, five-night program for 48 children of migrant workers. Videos and slide shows of these and other events at IslandWood, which employs about 87 people and depends on nearly 100 volunteers, are available at www.islandwood. org. “Ten dollars is just as important as the $10,000 we get from another person,” Patterson said. “Every single dollar is able Photo by Joel Sackett to provide a scholarship for Students exploring micro-organisms in Mac’s Pond. a child. It’s the aggregate that’s important – and the outdoor classroom – where some discover advocacy and passion that sustains us for their own leadership potential for the the future.” first time, some witness science coming With 25 schools celebrating their alive and some, only recently, think the 10th anniversary of participating in discovery of coyote scat on the trail just IslandWood’s programs, Patterson has to be a joke. And when they learn it’s has a cache of stories about children not a joke, they might just wonder what experiencing the environment in this else could be possible in this world.

First Sundays Concerts

Save a Life Today!

Music Up Close on Bainbridge Island

Visit us at 9167 Dickey Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 November 3, 2012

For more information or to view available pets for adoption, visit

www.kitsap-humane.org.

Your dollars make the difference!

Susan Pascal Jazz Quartet Sunday at 4:00pm - Grace Episcopal Church

2013 CONCERT SERIES Sundays at 4:00pm - Waterfront Park Community Center

January 6

Beau String Quartet

Our mission is to provide positive life-changing solutions to people and companion animals.

February 10

Greta Matassa

March 3

Jonathan Green and Friends

With your generous donations, we can: Accept, shelter and rehabilitate companion animals in need. Provide humane rescue, protection, prevention, adoption and education services. Implement progressive life-saving and life-affirming programs. Collaborate and partner with our region and supporters to build a model humane community.

April 7

Bill Anschell Jazz Trio

May 5

Vocal Showcase

September 8

Finisterra Piano Trio

October 6

Peter Mack, concert pianist

November 3

Alan Jones / Randy Porter Jazz Trio

Rescue. Rehabilitate. Rehome.

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Information: 206.842.3380 www.firstsundaysconcerts.org Tickets at: www.brownpapertickets.com $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and $10 for youth Sponsored by: The Bainbridge Community Piano Association and supported in part by the City of Bainbridge Island and the Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council


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Fall 2012

Making good oral care attainable & affordable by Becky Fox Marshall What can hold a child back from living a successful and healthy life is often right under their little noses – their mouths. Children who don’t receive dental care – and that means the vast majority of children in low-income families – are often chronically absent from school, as they struggle to focus due to pain or embarrassment or both. All of which sets in motion a dynamic that is difficult to correct. According to Washington State Smile Partners, a Bainbridge Island nonprofit that delivers oral health care to thousands of kids and hundreds of senior adults, tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease and children from low-income homes have as many as three times the number of cavities as their peers. These are the children – those who are residents of South King and Kitsap counties – who are Smile Partners’ clients. Smile Partners also visits the Bainbridge Senior Center several Fridays a month to provide oral health care on a sliding scale. “We want to make good oral health attainable and affordable to anyone in our community by providing advocacy, education and preventive dental services,” said George Parker, executive director of Smile Partners, headquartered at the Marge Center on Winslow Way.

We give to non-profits through One Call for All because it makes our donation go further. OCFA’s pooled funds means more money to local non-profits. OCFA is a smart way to give and a great way to support an organization that is in and of itself a long-­standing Island tradition. Scott Allen & Biz Dailey Allen BI residents of 28 and 16 years We are blessed to be living in a community that honors with financial support all the countless volunteer hours, the hardworking underpaid staffs of our island non-­profits that combine their efforts daily to ensure the quality of life on our island, be it education, our environment, the humanities or culture. John Ellis BI resident of 22 years We give to the community through One Call For All because its easy and comprehensive. We enjoy reviewing the annual list of participating agencies, which reflects the depth and breadth of volunteers on the Island. We decide what is important to us and we return the envelope. So convenient. Thank you, One Call For All. Brian & Anne Lawler BI residents of 32 years

Smile Partners, founded in 2004 by island native and dental hygienist Kate Mills, visits schools and senior centers with portable equipment and registered dental hygienists to conduct oral screenings, fluoride varnish applications, cleanings and sealants on-site and inside the building, as opposed to vans in the parking lot. They serve low-income children in elementary and pre-schools in which an average of 80% of the students qualify for free or reduced-price school lunches due to income. In the 2011-12 school year, Smile Partners worked in elementary schools in the Federal Way, Highline, Tukwila and Bremerton school districts and with preschools in the Puget Sound and Olympic Educational Service Districts. Sometimes they are at a school for a week and see a quarter of the students. A single hygienist can see up to 10 kids in a single day. In calendar year 2011, Smile Partners saw about 10,000 clients, providing more than 28,000 unique oral health services. As this was written, the group was on a pace to perform more than 38,000 oral health services within 2012. The organization consists of 17 part- and full-time employees including hygienists and two dentists who work with them, and is governed by a nine-member board of directors.

Photo by Joel Sackett

Patient and hygienist discussing a treatment plan. In both a senior or child environment, Smile Partners can provide temporary fillings and refer clients to a dentist. Parker said the many years of providing services is paying off as they see less need for referrals. Smile Partners is a unique model – they are reimbursed by Medicaid but still “lose money every day. That’s why we work with

this population. If you could make money doing this, the private sector would be doing it.” The $6,243 brought in last year by the One Call For All campaign is crucial, Parker said, to helping Washington State Smile Partners provide “healthy smiles for every generation.” For more information, visit www.smilepartners.org.

We make giving easy! www.onecallforall.org We are asking you to ANSWER THE CALL in 2012. The need is greater than ever.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We strive to educate the whole child — their hearts, hands and minds — and foster a lifelong love of learning. Grades 1-8 • Kindergarten • Preschool • Parent-Child 219 Madison Ave S, Bainbridge Island, wa • 206-855-8041 • www.madronaschool.org


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Striking a note for musical opportunity by Becky Fox Marshall

Photo by Joel Sackett

A young violinist preparing for her piece.

musical opportunities not available in public schools, offers two string orchestras for musicians 7-18. The Sinfonietta is for those new to performing in a string orchestra, typically late grade school or middle school students; and the Senior Orchestra is for intermediate to advanced players, typically in late middle school or high school.

as Warlock’s “Capriol Suite,” Mozart’s “Overture to the Seraglio” and even music by Coldplay and Lady Gaga.

About 30 young musicians participate in BIYO, each season playing three family concerts that are free and open to the public, at regional orchestra festivals and side-by-side concerts with the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra. They also can be heard at special community events, such as holiday concerts, the Farmers’ Market, in schools and at benefits.

Students audition for BIYO, and tuition is $330 for the September-April season. Financial assistance is available, thanks in part to One Call For All, which last year brought in $3,780. The organization has been in transition, bringing on a new music director, producing informational materials and working to expand its outreach.

Bainbridge Island Youth Orchestra gives young violin, viola, cello and bass musicians the opportunity to perform in an orchestra while learning collaboration, teamwork and community involvement.

Sinfonietta musicians focus on skills needed to play in an orchestra such as listening, orchestral performance techniques and style. Their past works include Carol Nunez’s “Little Symphony,” Deborah Monday’s “Conquistador!” and Offenbach’s “Can-Can.”

BIYO, founded by cello teacher Priscilla Jones and parents in 2001 to provide

Senior Orchestra members perform music from all eras and style periods, such

Students rehearse one night a week for an hour and a half with BIYO’s new music director/conductor Wesley Schulz, who holds the same position with the Bainbridge Symphony (the two are not affiliated).

“Right now One Call For All is very important, as it’s our main funding source. We’ve been focusing on growing our season and our orchestra,” Board of Directors member Bruce Branson-Meyer said. But there still is music to be purchased, facilities to be rented, festival fees to pay, T-shirts to buy, small scholarships for graduating seniors to be bestowed, and financial assistance to be offered.

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“The truth is, we have never denied anybody due to an inability to pay tuition,” said Branson-Meyer, whose daughter Mattie, 14, plays her grandmother’s cello in BIYO. Because BIYO musicians often attend different schools, they don’t have much time to get to know one another. BIYO wants to host weekend workshops in the interest of building teamwork. Because it’s not just music that’s being made – it’s also expression, connection and learning the importance of striving for excellence. “I firmly believe that music gave her a mind for math – she’s doing really well,” Branson-Meyer said of his own daughter’s experience. It has been gratifying, Branson-Meyer said, to see examples of the long-term benefits that BIYO has provided – students winning scholarships or going on to perform with bigger orchestras. BIYO hosts auditions at the beginning of each school year, and accepts new students throughout the season. Information can be found at www.biyo.us.

Thank You Bainbridge!

Ovation!

Photo by Keith Brofsky

thanks the community for its ongoing support of its arts education programs, mainstage shows and its family of choirs. ARTS AND MUSIC EDUCATION BAINBRIDGE www.ovationmtb.com

Pictured above are the 2011/2012 members of our youth show choirs, Glee and Voce’! www.ovationmtb.com • 206-842-0472 email: info@ovationmtb.com Follow Ovation! on Facebook and Twitter


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Setting the stage for community entertainment & talent by Becky Fox Marshall Judy Garland was on to something in 1939 when she suggested putting on a show in the garage to save the orphanage: “We’ve gotta have a great show, with a million laughs, and color, and a lot of lights to make it sparkle. And songs - wonderful songs. Oh, can’t you just see it?” Thanks to Bainbridge Performing Arts, about 20,000 people a year do see it when they come through the doors to experience musicals, dramas, musical performances, comedies and classes. BPA views the annual One Call For All Campaign as a barometer of sorts for how the group is perceived in the community. And the $9,879 the group received from the campaign last year surely qualifies as a rousing round of applause. In addition to its annual season of four to five stage productions, BPA also presents music from the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Music Concerts, comedy from The EDGE Improv, a Theatre School and rentals and co-productions with local arts organizations. The One Call For All money goes primarily into production costs – which are monumental. The rights to a musical can cost as much as $7,500 – before anyone sets foot on the stage. All the actors and most of the crew are volunteers, spending

hundreds of hours at BPA preparing for a single production. But the costumes and lights and the so-called “paid” positions – directors, music directors, choreographers, costumers, lighting technicians, sound designers, to name a few – receive a small stipend. “It translates to about 12 cents an hour,” BPA Executive Director Dominique Cantwell jokes. “But we do try to acknowledge the incredible amount of effort that goes into a production.” They don’t do it for the money, clearly. “This place is a labor of love for everyone involved,” Cantwell said. Ticket sales cover only 27 percent of the theatre’s costs. The remainder comes through contributions, rentals, tuition and concession sales. BPA was born in 1956 as Bainbridge Light Opera, and joined forces with Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra after it began in 1972. In 1993, the Playhouse (capacity 251) between Madison and Ericksen avenues was built through a $1.2 million fundraising campaign. In the spring of 2013, BPA will celebrate its 20th anniversary, having staged 90-100 mainstage productions. BPA also offers The Edge, an increasingly popular improvisational troupe that performs on the first Saturday of each

Photo by Joel Sackett

Students on stage rehearsing a dance number. month, and space for performances by local dance centers and touring artists. But perhaps their most important work is the Theater School – offering classes yearround for everyone from preschoolers to senior adults. The classes cover everything from dance to Shakespeare, acting and writing, and scenery, and always culminate in a performance. The school also offers summer camps for all ages, including

families. Admission is “need blind,” and any student needing full or partial tuition assistance is helped. BPA provides assistance to 12% to 15% of its students. “We asked ourselves, ‘What is our value in the community?’ It’s more than just entertainment. It’s about education and involvement. Everybody – absolutely everybody – has a place at BPA,” Cantwell said.

The club was formed in 1929 by a group of hunters, fishers and conservationists. Since its founding, the club has expanded its public role and offers its services to the community at large. The club focuses on four key areas: The club was formed in 1929 by a group of • Preserving the club and property as a cherished historical institution hunters, fishers and conservationists. Since • Promoting community activities and participation its founding, the club has expanded its public • Encouraging activities and providing supporting venues role and offers its servicesfamily to the community at large. • Providing a safe environment for sporting activities

and site

The In club focuses on fourwith key areas: concurrence our mission stated above, we encourage our members to protect the

environment and natural resources, so as to foster respect for the world we all share.

- Preserving the club and property as a www.bainbridgesportsmensclub cherished historical institution and site - Promoting participation

community

activities

and

- Encouraging family activities and providing supporting venues

YWCA

- Providing a safe environment for sporting activities

Assisting families affected by domestic violence on Bainbridge Island since 1994.

In concurrence with our mission stated above, we encourage our members to protect the environment and natural resources, so as to foster respect for the world we all share. www.bainbridgesportsmensclub.org

Office: 206-780-2931 Cell: 360-551-3140 24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-500-5513

Safety Support Education Resources Advocacy

Bainbridge Island’s only support group for people with vision loss can help. The VIP group offers monthly programs on resources, medical advances, independent living aids, and solutions to daily challenges. The group meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 1p.m. at the Bainbridge Island Library.

Free digitally recorded editions of The Bainbridge Review. Instruction in the use of technology. Transportation to VIP monthly meetings.

Call Catherine at 842-4462 for more info. Proud to be a One Call for All agency.


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We offer a number of easy ways to make your donation: 1 2

Visit www.onecallforall.org and make your donation using your credit card. Use this form to make your donation. a. Complete the form to the right. b. On the other side of this form, use the dollar fields ($____ ) located next to the name of each organization to indicate the amount of money you would like each organization to receive.

3 4

c. Mail this completed form, along with your donation (check or credit card number). Please contact ONE CALL FOR ALL at 206.842.0659 if you are interested in making a donation of stocks, bonds or real estate. If your company has a matching fund program or you contribute through a federal or county United Way program, you can designate One Call For All as a recipient organization. Questions? Call 206.842.0659.

2012 - 2013 ONE CALL FOR ALL

P.O. Box 10487 • Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 phone 206.842.0659 • www.onecallforall.org OFFICERS: Jon Green, President Joe Wilcynski, Treasurer Ki Kilcher, Secretary Allyson Brown, Executive Director TRUSTEES: Amy Curran, Donna Dahlquist, Marcia Hastings, Keith Hauschulz, Eric Stevens, Stephen Streufert, Bruce Weiland, Bruce White

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One Call For All thanks you for over 50 years of Island giving!

www.onecallforall.org Please see the reverse side to allocate funds to your choice of Community Service Organizations.


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2012 - 2013

One Call For All Fund Drive

Fall 2012

Hope House of Bainbridge Island

231

$________________

Housing Resources Board

219

$________________

Hyla Middle School

236

$________________

Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Bainbridge Island

256

$________________

Island Children's Montessori School

250

$________________

Island Cooperative Preschool

291

$________________

Island Music Center (IMC)

282

$________________

Island Theatre

280

$________________

These Community Service Organizations receive funds from the B.I. Community Fund Pool:

IslandWood

292

$________________

Just Know Coalition

234

$________________

ABC Conservation Education Foundation

267

$________________

Kids Discovery Museum

293

$________________

Arms Around Bainbridge

205

$________________

Kids in Concert

224

$________________

Bainbridge Arts & Crafts

202

$________________

Killpack Scholarship Fund

265

$________________

Bainbridge Chorale

263

$________________

Madrona School

262

$________________

Bainbridge Community Piano Association

287

$________________

Marge Williams Office Center

257

$________________

Bainbridge Cooperative Nursery School

221

$________________

Montessori Country School

220

$________________

Bainbridge Island Ambulance Association

201

$________________

Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge

283

$________________

Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities

226

$________________

P.A.W.S. of Bainbridge

213

$________________

Bainbridge Island Boys & Girls Club

252

$________________

Peacock Family Services

214

$________________

Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers

204

$________________

Puget Sound Restoration Fund

238

$________________

Bainbridge Island Downtown Association

268

$________________

Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island Scholarship Foundation

295

$________________

Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

207

$________________

Salish Sea Expeditions

276

$________________

Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial Association

288

$________________

Sustainable Bainbridge

216

$________________

Bainbridge Island Kiwanis Foundation

270

$________________

Teen Talking Circles

247

$________________

Bainbridge Island Land Trust

217

$________________

The Educulture Project at Global Source

230

$________________

Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation

253

$________________

The Island School

223

$________________

Bainbridge Island Rowing

245

$________________

Virginia Mason Winslow Clinic

297

$________________

Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center

211

$________________

Voyager Montessori Elementary School

258

$________________

Bainbridge Island Special Needs Foundation

260

$________________

Washington State Smile Partners (WSSP)

248

$________________

Bainbridge Island Sportsmen's Club

235

$________________

West Sound Wildlife Shelter

232

$________________

Bainbridge Island Visually Impaired Persons Support Group 241

$________________

YWCA Alive-Bainbridge Island Domestic Violence Program

251

$________________

Bainbridge Island Volunteer Firefighters Association

206

$________________

Bainbridge Island Youth Orchestra

269

$________________

Bainbridge Island Youth Soccer Club

289

$________________

Bainbridge Ometepe Sister Islands Association

215

$________________

Bainbridge Performing Arts

264

$________________

Bainbridge Public Library

208

$________________

Bainbridge Schools Foundation

227

$________________

Bainbridge Student Loan Fund

209

$________________

Bainbridge Youth Services

210

$________________

Battle Point Astronomical Association

244

$________________

Bloedel Reserve

281

$________________

Carden Country School

225

$________________

Community Energy Solutions

228

$________________

Elder and Adult Day Services

229

$________________

Filipino American Community of B.I. & Vicinity

254

$________________

Friends of the Farms

277

$________________

GoRun!

237

$________________

Helpline House

212

$________________

Before you allocate your donation to the Community Service Organizations, please remember One Call For All is a non-profit organization too. Many of our expenses relate to the Red Envelope Annual Drive. Please allocate part of your donation to help fund this annual drive.

One Call For All Operating Costs

511

$________________

B.I. COMMUNITY FUND POOL (UNDESIGNATED)

501

$________________

These Community Service Organizations are based off-island and are not recipients of the B.I. Community Fund Pool: Chuckwagon Senior Nutrition Program

436

$________________

Crisis Clinic of The Peninsulas

417

$________________

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County

413

$________________

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

408

$________________

Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County

432

$________________

Hospice of Kitsap County

414

$________________

Kitsap Adult Center for Education

433

$________________

Kitsap Audubon Society

419

$________________

Kitsap Humane Society

418

$________________

Kitsap Legal Services

416

$________________

League of Women Voters Education Fund

409

$________________

Peninsula Community Health Services

448

$________________

Planned Parenthood of Western Washington

411

$________________

TOTAL DONATION

$________________

2012


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Killpack Scholarship Fund Barbara Pettit P.O. Box 10242 – B.I. (206) 842-6740 killpackfund@aol.com www.teamray.org

Bainbridge Water Polo Club sponsors girls’ and boys’ water polo teams at Bainbridge High School. The Killpack Scholarship Fund honors former coach, Steve Killpack. Scholarships are awarded for college, vocational training or service learning.

Madrona School

Missi Goss P.O. Box 11371 – B.I. (206) 855-8041 mgoss@madronaschool.org www.madronaschool.org

community. We are “A Permanent Place to Nurture Non-Profits.”

year and operates a Performing Arts Academy which offers classes and features two youth show choirs.

Montessori Country School

P.A.W.S. of Bainbridge

Patricia Christensen 10994 Arrow Point Drive – B.I. (206) 842-4966 countryschool@hotmail.com

We serve children 18 months-kindergarten. All children should have the advantage of a strong educational beginning that builds self-esteem and a joy for learning. One Call For All funds provide tuition assistance to families as needed.

One Call for All

P.O. Box 10487 – B.I. (206) 842-0659 www.onecallforall.org

Waldorf Education: 18 months through 8th grade. Play based preschool and kindergarten build a strong foundation; rich academics with fully integrated music, art, drama and movement. Spanish and Japanese, string ensemble and outdoor learning.

Marge Williams Office Center Mark Byl 221 Winslow Way W. #308 – B.I. (206) 321-3761

The Marge Williams Center provides affordable administrative offices and meeting space to nonprofit organizations serving our Bainbridge Island

One Call For All relies on donations to fund the annual campaign. With costs on the increase, donations are required to help cover operating expenses.

Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge Marijane Milton 9630 NE Raccoon Lane – B.I. (206) 780-5443 mjmilton@yahoo.com www.ovationmtb.com

Ovation! provides all-ages theater and educational experiences for audience members, students and performers. Ovation! produces two mainstage shows a

Mark Hufford P.O. Box 10811 – B.I. (206) 588-9399 mark@pawsbainbridge.org

Since 1975 PAWS has helped thousands of Island pets and their families live richer, healthier lives. With no government funding, services include pet adoption, humane education, spay/neuter, lost & found, emergency veterinary assistance, and animal assisted therapy.

Peacock Family Center

Justine Smith 305 Madison Avenue N. Suite C – B.I. (206) 780-1505 justine@peacockfamilycenter.org www.peacockfamilycenter.org PFC is an early childhood center co-locating child care and family support services. We offer care for infants to age 5; birthing, lactation, prenatal and postpartum education. We are a community of care under one roof.

Puget Sound Restoration Fund Wendy Welch 590 Madison Avenue N. – B.I. (206) 780-6947 wendy@restorationfund.org

InvestIng In our shared future

Thank you for supporting us through your donation to One Call For All.

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Puget Sound Restoration Fund is dedicated to restoring habitat, water quality and native species. We are honored to work with the community to host the Port Madison Community Shellfish Farm and maintain healthy marine systems.

Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island Scholarship Foundation Jim Laws P.O. Box 11286 – B.I. (206) 842-5626

The Rotary Club of BI Scholarship Foundation provides a unique scholarship opportunity for Island students seeking an educational or vocational education. The scholarships are based on an individuals giving back through community service and leadership.

Salish Sea Expeditions

Katy Mathias 647 Horizon View Place NW – B.I. (206) 780-7848 katy@salish.org • www.salish.org Salish provides educational programs on a 61’ sailing/research vessel on Puget Sound and in local watersheds. Students design and conduct scientific research projects. Programs use a hands-on, realworld approach to learning science and to instill environmental awareness.

I support “One Call for All” because its important to support the community through donating to charities. I love that my giving is streamlined through one organization which makes it super easy to give!

1,100+ acres and 11 parks since 1989

island people protecting island places

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Connie Feikes BI resident of 10 years

Arts & Humanities Council Nurturing Island Culture Since 1986 Amy Award Arts in Education Bainbridge in Bloom Celluloid Bainbridge Currents Great Decisions Island Treasure Award Poetry Corners Public Art Management Support Services for Artists and Cultural Organizations 221 Winslow Way West, Suite 201 206.842.7901 www.BainbridgeArtsHumanities.org

The generosity of the community has made a real impact on our family and those we know who live here. It is a privilege to be a part of this spirit of giving and it is one very tangible way for us to give thanks. Carolyn Harper BI resident of 18 years

We make giving easy!

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S C H O O L S

makeadifference Over the past five years, more than $7,000,000 has been cut from our district’s budget (almost 20%)

This year BSF gave $1,000,000 to keep teachers in the classroom. Our goal is to raise another $1,000,000 for next year.

Learn more at our website: www.BainbridgeSchoolsFoundation.org!

BRINGING LOCAL PEOPLE TOGETHER to build homes, communities and hope Habitat creates opportunities for all people to live in decent, durable shelter. We put faith into action by helping to build, renovate or preserve homes, and by partnering in affordable home ownership as a foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty.

www.kitsaphabitat.org • 360.479.3853


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Sustainable Bainbridge

Els Heyne 221 Winslow Way W. #205 – B.I. (206) 842-4439 info@sustainablebainbridge.org www.sustainablebainbridge.org Sustainable Bainbridge promotes actions that increase the social, economic and environmental sustainability of our community. We have programs such as Sound food, Zero waste, Positive Energy, Prepared neighborhoods, Beach naturalist, student conservation corps and many more.

Teen Talking Circles

Linda Wolf P.O. Box 4492 – Rolling Bay (206) 842-3000 linda@teentalkingcircles.org www.teentalkingcircles.org Imagine you had a safe place to talk weekly with peers and adults about what is really going on inside you - a space where you are listened to and are accepted as you are. Imagine you are 16 years old and have this. Our teens on Bainbridge do, thanks to you.

The Educulture Project at Global Source

Jonathan Garfunkel P.O. Box 11316 – B.I. (206) 780-5797 garfunkel@globalsourcenetwork.org

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Voyager Montessori Elementary School

West Sound Wildlife Shelter

www.globalsourcenetwork.org Serving our schools and community through locally-grown eduction and experiences that honor Bainbridge Island’s unique cultural heritage. Educulture unites farms, classrooms and lunchrooms. Only What We Can Carry bears witness to internment, inclusion and citizenship.

Renee Kok P.O. Box 11252 – B.I. (206) 780-5661 renee@voyagerschool.org www.voyagerschool.org

The Island School

An independent elementary school featuring a Montessori program, parent participation, individualized programs, art, music, foreign language and more. Students set their own goals with ever-expanding boundaries. OCFA funds are used for tuition assistance.

Joan Henderson 8553 NE Day Road – B.I. (206) 842-0400 joan@theislandschool.org www.theislandschool.org An independent elementary school founded in 1977, educating children and inspiring in them a lifelong enthusiasm for learning and respect for themselves and others. At The Island School, every child matters. OCFA funds support program and financial aid.

Washington State Smile Partners (WSSP) George Parker 221 Winslow Way W. #302 – B.I. (360) 689-3338 georgep@smilepartners.org www.smilepartners.org

Virginia Mason Winslow Clinic

Washington State Smile Partners provides preventive oral health services to low-income BI families and individuals. The Smiles For Life Program for older adults operates one day a week by appointment at BI Senior Center.

Michael VanDerhoef 380 Winslow Way E. – B.I. (206) 583-2303 • (206) 842-5632 michael.vanderhoef@vmmc.org www.virginiamason.org Virginia Mason Winslow Clinic offers a full range of medical services to Bainbridge Island residents including urgent care.

7501 NE Dolphin Drive – B.I. (206) 855-9057 www.westsoundwildlife.org

West Sound Wildlife Shelter saves the lives of injured, orphaned, and sick wild animals in a wildlife hospital and promotes the protection of wild animals and the environment through education, outreach and involvement.

YWCA Alive Bainbridge Island Domestic Violence Program Barbara Saur P.O. Box 137 – Rolling Bay (360) 479-0522 bink@ywcakitsap.org

YWCA ALIVE provides a comprehensive range of services for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Services include: advocacy-based counseling, legal advocacy, support groups and community education. OCFA funding provides for the BI satellite office.

I appreciate OCFA because it provides a comprehensive list of groups that make BI a great community. It starts with one and grows. It’s Karma. BI has been my home for 22 years and I’ve raised my sons here. I gladly give back to my community. Julia Graves BI resident of 22 years

A Kid-Sized Village. Family-Sized Fun. The Holiday Village at Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island | December 1st – 31st

Great things come in small packages. True for children, true for Bloedel Reserve membership, and also true for our Holiday Village. Quickly becoming a holiday tradition for Bainbridge families, this kid-tastic miniaturized town is filled with charming buildings and electric trains. Cocoa and cider add irresistible flavor. So ring in the season at Bloedel. You’re in for a big treat.

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Exquisite hand-made, hand-painted models Built with recycled and repurposed materials Free with Bloedel Reserve general admission Kids 12 and under always free with paying adult Bloedel Reserve members enjoy unlimited access Advanced reservations are never required

Thank you for supporting Bloedel Reserve, one of the island’s greatest treasures.

For ticket or membership information, visit www.BloedelReserve.org or call 206.842.7631.


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2011 One Call for All Donors Peter & Jill Bang-Knudsen Diane B. Bankart Jennifer Banks Susanne Bardelson Mary & Webster Barnett Carol & Bill Barrow Suzane Bartel Dirk & Donna Bartelink Laurie Bauman Arnold Bay Hay & Feed Inc E. Jonathan & Martha Bayley Patricia Beasley Vickie Bech David Beck Lydia & Peter Beckman Rebecca & David Beemer Tom & Karen Beierle Len Beil & Stella Ley Charles Bell Gary Benjamin Paul Benton Brian & Susan Berdan Dana & Bart Berg Lisa Berg Richard A. Berg Joanne Bergen Terence Berggren Edward Berschinski & Debra DeVlieger Joy Best Peter Best Rena Beyke Lura-Marie Bickford Helena Bierly Anne Biglow Carl Binder Joanne R. Birkeland Linda & Ronald Birum Gayle Bishop Penelope & Robert Bjur Alan Black Lyman & Elizabeth Black Grant Blackinton M. Wayne & Ann Blair Beverly & Richard Blake Phyllis F. Blissell Greg Bludorn Patricia Bolquerin Charles Bombardier Tonia & Russ Bomhoff Adele Bonciolini John Bonow T. William & Beatrice Booth Eleanor & Philip Boren Agnes Bostrum David & Sheryl Bothell Kim & Susan Bottles James Bowditch Allan & Jean Bowman Susannah & Jeff Braff Robert Braid Paul & Debbie Brainerd Lyle & Nancy Branchflower Stan & Jane Brand Svend Brandt-Erichsen Kirsten Branson-Meyer Rebecca Branting &

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James Poss Richard & Sandra Bratz Tom & Virgina Brewer Paul Brians Katherine Bridwell Alec Brindle Deb Brinley-Koempel Keith Brintzenhofe Catherine E Broatch Samuel Brody Caroline & James Brown Denise & Jeff Brown Eric & Molly Brown George & Sue Brown Judith Brown Lawrence Brown Leslie & David Brown Lloyd D Brown Barbara Browne Caroline & David Browne Vicki Browning Jane & Ed Brunton Susan Jane Bryant Susan Buckles D Gillian Bull Deborah Bunn & George Bunn IV Carolyn Burger & Raffi Minasian Larry Burke Sherry & Bob Burke Marci Burkel Cheryl & Scott Burns Michael Burns Ellen Bush & Jim Replinger George & Delores Bussell Robert Butler Phyllis Cairns Patrick Callahan Lisa & Raul Camacho Jennifer Cameron Anne Campbell Craig & Jean Campbell Patricia & Robert Campbell Doris Cappadona Ellen Carleson Mary & Robert Carlson Andrew Carmel Ruth & Tony Caron George & Lind Carr Howard & Ruth Carr Carrie West Coaching Alexander Carroll Jason Carroll William Carruthers Karen & Gerald Carson Jane Cartmell Patricia Casey Casey Caughie Debra Cauthers Donna & Richard Cederwall Kathlene & David Chadband Amy Chamberlain John Chamberlain May Chan Stan James Chapel Carol Chapman

Christine Chapman Ann Cheng Frank Childers, Jr & Mary Terry Christine & Steve Christensen Dick Christensen Valerie & Doug Christensen Douglas & Linda Christian Peter Christoffersen Dale & Chris Christopherson Franklin Chu Joanna & Collyer Church Lydia M. Claesson Mary C Clare Jeffrey & Bonnie Clark Joan Clark Kim Clark Ramona Clark Barbara Clarke Caroline Clarke Classic Cycle Carla & William Cleveland Lindsay Clothier & Jeff Browning Jennifer Coates Virginia Coffey Brian Cohen Mary Coker Kathleen Colcord-Moen Coldwell Banker McKenzie Judith & Edward Cole-Martin Sylvian Colley Joan Collins Commuter Comforts Susan Conn Pamela Conyers Gail Cook Patsy Cook Sue Cooley Julie Cooper Kathy & Paul Cooper Cloantha Copass Patricia & Charles Corlett David Cosman & Susan Soutter Natalie & Gerald Cosman Michele Costa Susi Costello Nina Cousins Zonna Cowell Malinda Cox Alison Craig & Elliott Taylor Ty Cramer Kemp & Barbara Crawford Sue Cretarolo Rob Crichton & Mary Guterson Mark Crispin Crissman Family Charitable Foundation Douglas Crist David Croft Joanne & John Croghan Rachel & Howard Croker Tom & Luanne Croker Phyllis Crooks

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Kids In Concert is a movement committed to bringing collaborative and individual accomplishment to underserved children through music and improvisational play. KIC partners with the Boys & Girls Club on Bainbridge Island.

www.kidsinconcert.org

Jim Footh Nancy Foppiano Cliff Forbes Arla Foster Donna & Cameron Foster Patricia & Daniel Fowler John Foy Christine & Martin Frank Robert Frankland Jeannette Franks & Dick Baker George & Lynn Frasier Nancy Fraychineaud Katharina & Kent Fredrickson Esme & Bart Freedman Marguerite Freeman Robert Freimark & Mary Hudson Judy Friesem & Kim Bush Nyceitta Fritchman & Ted Lefkowitz Edward Frymoyer Andrew Furner G. Franklin Karreman & Assoc. Catherine Gace Maradel Gale Gale Leadership Development LLC William & Pamela Galvani Thomas & Joan Gardiner Marilynne Gardner & David Toren Jonathan & Betsy Garfunkel Megan Garrison Joanna Garritano-Roger Anna Garrity Jim Gartrell

Barbara J. Gates Clark Gaulding Gregory Geehan Janice & Thomas Geisness George Gerdts M. van Gessel Harry & Maribeth Gibbons Kellee Gibbons Joyce Gibson Lisa Giles & David Mitchell Anne-Marie Gingold Elliot Gitten Kat Gjovik Kathryn Glazier Katie Goad Sheri Goade Dennis Goans Kathy & Kirk Godtfredsen Catherine Goetsch Richard Goff Stanley E. Goodell & Nellie Prowse Thomas Goodlin Walter Goodwin Cynthia Gopalakrishnan Missi & Tim Goss Daniel & Marilyn Gottlieb Mildred & JM Gourlay Laura B. Gowen Kathleen Grainger Jane & Del Gransee Julia Graves & Margee Cooper Robert Greenberg Wendy Greenberg Bradford Greene Troy Greenfield DeWitt Griffin Fred & Wilene Grimm Debra Grindeland

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FALL 2012 Meredith Gustafson Donald Guthrie Chris Gutsche & Kathleen Smith Debra Haase & Jeff Powers Carl Haefling Roth Hafer Nancy Hahto Jewell Hanna Jane & Steve Hannuksela Barbara & Reid Hansen Jennings Hanseth Katherine & Craig Hanson Allen & Susan Harader Harriet Harburn John Harding Carolyn & Bill Harper Gerri Harrington Jane & Donald Harrington Pat & Ken Harrington Denise Harris Peter & Janice Harris Stephanie Harris Cynthia & David Harrison Jean Hart Kathleen Hartmann Svend & Edith Hartmann Christina Harui Cynthia & Alex Harui Christopher J. Harvey Marcia Hastings Phillip Havens Kyanne Hawkins Loretta & Hiroshi Hayashida Betty & Russ Heald Don Hebard Joseph & Elizabeth Hebert David & Helen Hecker Russell Heglund Richard & Cynthia Heine Joan & Jeffrey Henderson Gary Hendrickson Allen Henkins & Charlotte Aucutt

Kristin & Dick Henshaw Don Heppenstall & Emily Mansfield Annette Herber Jane Herman Herbert W Hethcote Jessie Hey Els Heyne Claire & Bruce Hicks Ann M. H. Hill Julie C. Hill Lawrence Hill Debra Hinman Craig Hobson Charlotte Hoelterhoff Debbie Hollyer Hollyer Designs LLC David Holt Diane L. Hooper Anne Hopkins Andrea & William Hoskins Robert E. Hoskinson Kristen Hotchkiss Charles Hottinger Julie Houck Amy Houmes Elaine & Eldon Howard Cindy Howard-Gibbon & Chris Heinlein Eric Hoyte Robin Hruska Michael & Sarah Hudlow Amy Hughes Kimberly Hughes Sheila Hughes Karen Huisinga Donald Hulbert Bill Hunt J Robin Hunt David Hunting Marjorie Hurlow Jeanne Hurt Vikki Hurt Jean Husa Daniel & Kathleen Huxley

Mary Jane Hynes & Peter Brissing Inkgarden Inc. Glenda Inman Jay & Trudie Inslee Pamela J Irvine-Johnson Minne & Bill Isley Marcy & Rick Jackson Shari & Tony Jacobellis Cynthia & DanJacobs Diana Jacobs Sylvia Jacobs David E. Jacobsen Tim Jacobsen Randall Jahren Sheila & Bob Jakubik Karen James & Dexter McCulloch Susan James Gerald & Lorraine Janus Janice Jeffcoat Robert Jenness Judith Jenny Kay Jensen Anne Johansson Kurt Johns Mike Johns C. Bud & Myrna Johnson Karoline Johnson Katherine Johnson Norman Johnson Beth & Thomas Johnston George & Jean Johnston Sophy Johnston Stanley & Linda Johnston Janette & Doug Jonas Priscilla Jones & Paul Aussendorf Wendy Jones Cathy Jones-Smith Victoria Josslin & David Margolin Mark Jovanovich Rebecca Judd Jeff Julius

J. Maureen & Tom Jurcak Becky Kahlvik Barbara Kahn Candice Kanter Ron Kaplan Robert Karr Susan Kasper Eva Kasperson Shelley Kaurin Richard & Janet Keating Dorothy & Larry Kehres Bill Kelley Mike Kelly Anne Kenefick Christina Kereki Omie Kerr Kicky Pants Inc Dianne Kidder & Dan Johnston Victoria Kight Thomas & Helen Kilbane Jennifer Kim John Kimmerlein Barbara King Ed & Iris King Gordon King Patricia King Robert & Karen King Kimi Kinoshita Charles Kirchner Marie M. Kirchner Carey & Craig Kirkby Maryann & Richard Kirkby Arleen Klasky Dorothy Klavins Karen Klein Thomas & Theresa Klein Barbara & William Knapp Dale & Susan Knell Nicole Knight Lisa Kniginyzky Susan Knottnerus Joyce & Peter Knutsen Jennifer Kochenash Lilly Kodama

Stacey Koenig Steve Korn David & Frances Korten Mary Koura John Koval Tedd Kraft K. David Kragen Dawna & Monte Kramer Judith Kramer Stephen & Barbara Kratz Richard Krutch Lee & Suzy Kueckelhan Sharon Kulfan Phyllis & Ray Kummerow Paul & Anne Kundtz Siri Kushner Janet & John Kutina John Lacy Daniel Lafferty Kathryn LaFond & George Brooks Holly LaFrance Kristen Lahner Michael Lake Steve & Diane Landry James Landweer Jennifer Lange Philippe Lantin Deborah & Dale Lantz Grace Lara David Larimore Donna Larkin Mohr Christine Larsen Judith Larsen Torin Larsen Audrey Haugaard Larson Vince & Karin Larson Beverly Law Brian & Anne Lawler Jim Laws Alice Leach Judith Leader Betty & Donald LeClair Helen Lee Sandra & Mark Leese

Carolyn & Tom Leigh Elliot & Renee Leiter Charles Lenard Janet Leo Michael Leonard Debbi Lester Susan Lester Lori Levari Mary & Joel Levin Judy Levine Mark Levine Michael Lewars Risa Morgan Lewellyn Edwin Lewis Jack Lewis Joyce & Tad Lhamon Jean Lichti Susan Lick & James Beug Adam Lincoln Susan & Dave Lindsey Susanne Lindsley Robert Linz Donna Linz, MSW Joanne Little Judith Lofgren Elizabeth Longley Andrew Lonseth Jette Lord Ann A. Lovejoy David & Ellie Low Geneva I. Lowe Robert Lubarsky Elizabeth Luis Joan Lukasik & Tim Leyh Susan & Kyle Lukins Ruth E Lund Lisa Macchio Kelly MacDonald James & Suane MacFarlane Olga Macferran Marianne Mack Robert Mack Virginia A. Mackay Sid & Helene Malbon

PAGE 21 John Malterner Laurie & John Maltman Elizabeth Mancuso Richard Mancuso Nancy Mandell Jennifer Mann & Haig Townsend Donald & Genevieve Mannino Clara & Robert Manny Angela Mansfield & Garret Veley Robert & Suzanne Marimon Mary Marino Sallie & Andrew Maron John Douglas Marshall Patricia & Ron Marshall Rebecca Fox Marshall Wendy Marshall Norman & Karen Marten, Jr. Jane Martin Victor Martino Gary & Phyllis Marx Karla Mather Eric E. Matthews Julie Matthews Vince Mattson Kathryn Matulys Cheryl Ann & Eric Mauer Viki McCabe John McCann Mark & Riei McCann Valorie & Edward McCarthy James E McCarty William & Anna McClain Pamela McClaran Michael McCloud Carole Elaine McCool Gidsken McCormic Ron McCrary Margaret McDevitt Laurie McFarlin Sara & Bill McGonagle Susan & Casey McGrath Gigi McGuire Leach

James McIntyre Jeff McKay Joe & Lesca McKee Kathy McKenzie George & Donna McKinney Francella & Malcolm McKinnon Marian Holt McLain Nicki & Mick McMahan Lynda McMaken Larry & Sharon McMillian Boon McNett Kol Medina Linda Meier Nina Meierding Marian & Joel Merkel Craig & Helen Merrill Jennifer Merrill & Reed Price William Merz Richard & Maureen Meslang Mesolini Glass Studio Robert G Meyer Laurel Michael Richard T Middleton Sally & Carl Middleton John Milberg Alan L. Miller & Carolyn Mitchell Allison Miller Barbara & Robert Miller Carole Miller Dan & Robin Miller Deborah Miller Kim & Stephan Miller Margery Miller Patricia A Miller Robert & Anne Miller Michael & Jeanne Milligan Kimberly Mills Lawrence & Barbara Mills Marijane Milton Patty Minola Stuart Mitchell

A CALL FOR FARMS, A CALL FOR ALL Working to Preserve and Enhance Local Farming

Dear Supporters, Please help us support local farming by designating Friends of the Farms (#277) through the One Call for All 2012 Campaign. Watch for your Red Envelope in the mail, or donate online and www.onecallforall.org. Bobbie Morgan, Friends of the Farm Board President Wendy Tyner, Executive Director

A NATURAL PLACE TO LEARN since 1972 This year we celebrate 40 years of joyful learning at Montessori Country School!

P.S. THANK YOU!

We are grateful to those who contribute to MCS through the One Call For All Campaign. These donations are used to supplement our financial aid program, giving more children the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful learning community.

221 Winslow Way W., Suite 303 • Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 • 206.842.5537

10994 Arrow Point Drive • (206) 842-4966

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Your generosity will help to preserve farmland and promote locally grown food.


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Eva & Druse Neumann Ann New Jane Leslie Newberry & Tom Backer Maureen Newby Carrie Newman Robert Newman Eileen Nicol Francis & Shirley Noedel Leigh & Ken Noffsinger Gary & Paula Nolta North Cascades Buddhist Priory Marsha Novak Robert O’Brien Wendy & Peter O’Connor Mary & Vic Odermat Theodore Oehlerking Eileen Okada Mary Olason Lynn Oliver & Sam Sharar Robert & Laurel Oliver Rex Theodore Olsen Steve Olson Theresa & Craig Olson Adrain O’Malley Laura O’Mara Yukiko Omoto Bill & Carole O’Neill Araceli Orante Pat O’Rourke Janet & Larry Orr Patricia M. Ostenson Cathleen & Thomas Osterman John H. Osterman Betty Otorowski Risa Owen Helen Owens Steven Palay Stephen & Suzanne Palmason Merry Palmer Susan Palmer Sylvia & R. B. Palmer

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Nick Paradis Emily Parsons & Stephen Trimble John Pasley Dorothy Paterson Chris & Gloria Patmont Allan Patterson Janet Levy Pauli & Bill Pauli Kimberly Paulson Shawna Paulson Everett & Andrea Paup Valerie Payne Carolyn Pearl Katie Pearson Paul Pearson Dana Pedersen Patricia & William Pelandini Mauri Pelto & Marjorie Anderson Evelyn Peratrovich Perfect Little House Company PLLC Winifred Perkins Barbara & Mark Perrigo A. Diana Peters Barry Peters Rick Peters Karl Petersen Adele Peterson Charles Peterson Lisa Peterson Lucinda & Michael Peterson Gary Pettersen Barbara Pettit Esther Phelps Joan Phillips Jeffrey W. Phillips, DDS Doug & Cassie Picha Andrea & Phillip Pickett Karla & Joe Piecuch Joan Piper Lynn & Jim Pippard Carin Piraino Catherine Pitinga

Larry Pluimer Linda Poh Elinor U. Pollock Anne Pomerantz Diana Potter Ann Ellis Powel Jack Prelutsky Stephen Prentice & Matha Makosky Patricia Putman Helen Quistorff James Quitslund Sonya Quitslund M. Frances Ran Richard & Cynthia Randall Lisa Raskind Arthur & Giovanna Ratcliffe John T. Ratlerman Carmine A. Rau Robert L. Rausch Lynn Ray William & Barbara Rayburn Edward & Alice Reasoner Virginia Redfield Marian Rees William & Joanne Reese Wenda Reid James & Victoria Reilly Robert Reinhardt Rosalind Renouard Tomas Reveley Patricia & Edward Reynolds Louis Richard Richard & Patricia Richards Julie & Anthony Riely-Gibbons Dan Riley Duane & Phyllis Rimel Elinor Ringland Suzanne Riou Esther Ritzenthaler Kay Roach Julie Roake Debra & Jeffery Robert Clay Roberts

David Roberts Martha Roberts Christy Robinson Peter W. Robinson Merrill Robison Joseph & Mona Rochelle Rita Rockstad Sarah & David Roe Michael Rogers Kay & Jon Root Filmore Rose Michael & Anna Rosen Julie Rosenblatt Frances M. Ross John Rossi Wayne Roth & Kathleen Alcalá Deborah Rudnick & Robert Ast Marcia Rudoff Joyce & Alan Rudolph Jason Ruffing Judy Ruliffson Joan & Ted Rynearson Barbara Sacerdote Kristina Safford Karen Salsbury Dean Sampson Erskine Sanders Malcolm & Vicki Saunders William & Janet Saupp Charles Schafer Hillary & Markos Scheer Leo Schilling Patricia M. Schlosser Linda & Charles Schmid Paula & Phillip Schmidt Joan Schmiege Christopher & Keri Schmit George Schneider Leslie Schneider Mark & Suzanne Schneider Robert & Jaquelin Schneider Patricia Schroeder

JoAnn Schuh Miles Schulze Ken Schuricht Steve Schwager Michael & Diane Schwank Cynthia Sears Michael & Sally Sebastian Janet E. See Linda Sevold Howard & Elizabeth Sewell Susan Shaffer Carol Shakow Michael & Janet Shankland Dwight Shappell Robert Sharman Jeffrey Sharp Marjorie & John Sharp Cindy & John Shea David Sheldon James Sheldon Diana & Edmund Sheridan Leslie Sherman Gary & Linda Shindler Dawn G. Shipe Karyn & Mitchell Shirbroun William Shopes Marc Shor Beth Shreve & Jay Rosenberg Dick & Julia Shryock Benjamin & Carla Sias Mark Sias Ann & Norm Sievertson Michael Silves Joyce Simms Pauline & Dave Simon Barbara A. Simonsen Katherine Sing & Ed Kaugman Marylee Skelly Meghan & Kris Skotheim Dinah Slattery Penny Sluis Alice Marie Smith Anne & Bill Smith

Fall 2012 Charles Conrad & C. N. Smith Joan Smith Julie & Michael Smith Maggie Smith Regina B. Smith Bonnie & David Snedeker Steven Soltar JoReen & Linda Sommerseth David Sonnenfeld Patricia Speidel & George Cole Ellin Spenser Dale Sperling Jerry Spigal Naomi & David Spinak Dale & Regina Spoor Bridgette Springer Mary Ann St. Louis David Stallings Frank Stanton Janice Stanton Susan Stanton Virginia Stave George & Evie Stege Lynn Stehle Paul Steingel Jill & Dean Sterrett Eric & Carolne Stevens Enoch & Harriet Stewart Marc & Jane Stewart Marilyn Stoknes Annette Stollman Maja Stone Stone-Provan Family Carol & Scott Stover Franklin Stowell Janissa Strabuk Stephen Streufert Andrew L. Strom Bobbi & Dick Strom Gary Sundem Jane & Paul Sutherland John & Carole Sutherland

Linda Sutherland Dwight Sutton Akio Suyematsu Kevin Swan Paul Swanson Karrie Sweeney Deborah Sweet & Kate McDill Linda & David Swolgaard Bruce & Karen Taft Linda Tanner Elizabeth A. Taylor James Taylor Melanie Taylor Nancy Taylor & Fred Levy Sara Taylor Theresa Taylor Peter & Patricia Tegtmeyer Sally Tellekson Gail Temple Barbara W. ten Hove Karen Tenney Keith Thackray Susan Thatcher George Themann Frederick & Lisa Thomas Steve Thomas Brooke Thompson Janet Thompson Ott & Flora Thompson Carol Thornburgh Thornburgh Insurance Agency Kathleen & David Thorne Beth Thorpe Carol & Lawrence Tice Andrew Tobias Christine Toglia G. Val & Mary Ann Tollefson Susan & Michael Tolley Janice Toriumi Barbara Trafton Marilyn Trail Edward M. Treanor

www.thestephenshouse.org (206) 780-1211

BISNF operates a day program at Stephens House for young adults with developmental disabilities, focusing on quality of life enhancements which increase physical health, mental wellbeing, and social interaction, while providing respite for caregivers. Open M-F 8:00 - 3:30. Drop-ins are always welcomed.

Please stop by for a visit!

We are creating an Island community that works for everyone. Join Us and be a Housing Hero! • Ferncliff Village, CLT homeownership • Affordable rental apartments • Independent Living, home modifications • HomeShare, matching homes and renters • Emergency rental assistance

Learn more at www.housingresourcesboard.org www.ferncliffvillage.org


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FALL 2012 Steve Trick William E. Troy Nicola Tugwell Carolyn Tull Tim Tully Marilyn Turkovich Wendy Tyner Mark Ulloa Susan Ulrich-Angell Joe Upton Ruth Urbach Louise Urness Robert Valentine Jan & Martha van der Veen Patricia & William Van Ness Katherine Van Slyke Johanna Vander Stoep & Eric Cederwall S. Bradford & Martha Vaughan David Veterane

Anne Voegtlen Walter Vogdes Chrilo Von Gontard Paul & Elaine Von Rosenstiel Peter & Shelly Vosshall Voters for Barry Peters Wm & Connie Waddington Brenda & Stuart Wakeham Marcia Walker Diane & James Walkowski Roy & Virginia Wallace Pamela Waller Lauren Walsh & Scott Nemeth Linda Walsh Stuart & Janie Walton Charles Ward Carol Ware Linda & Edus Warren Stephanie Warren &

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Marc Boule Robin Warshaw Bye Watson Janice Waugh Melissa Weakly Ellen Weaver Lisa Weaver Pena Roslyn Webber Kate Webster David Scott & Ann Weigle Bruce & Judy Weiland John Weisgram Lisa Weiss Mariann Welch Teri Weldy Wells Fargo Bank Ruth Wender C. Keith Wentworth Robert Weschler Sam Westbrook Wendy & Jeffrey

Westerlund Diana Wetmore Brian Wetzler Tyler Wever Kathleen & Tim Weyand Mary & Paul Weyant John & Mildred Whealdon Eleanor Wheeler Lynn Whipple Shirley Whitaker Neal & Holly White Richard S. White Robert Whitley Michele Whitman Fred Whittlesey Peter & Patty Wiedemann Betty A. Wiese Nancy & Charles Wiggins W. Joseph & Sheilah Wilcynski Sarah & Thomass Wilder

Barbara Wilkinson Trevor & Donna Wilkinson Dana & Dennis Willerford Stephen Willey Ann & Mark Williams David & Nancy Williams Stephen Williams Lila E. Williamson Roblin Williamson Delight Willing Judy & Don Willott Willow’s Naturally Lee Willson Brigitte Wilson Michael & Barb Wilson Sally Wilson Marcia Winslow Curtis & Carol Winston Barbara & Grant Winther Barbara Wolf Frank Wollaeger

David Womeldorff Herman & Suelyn Wong Kaycie Wood Barbara & John Woodman Norman & Nan Wooldridge Bruce & Janet Woolever Geraldine Worley Jeffrey & Nicole Wortley Joanne Wright Kari & Joel Wright Robert Wright Bethene Wyatt Cathy Wyatt Elbert Yamato Stan Yeackel Nancy Yeilding Michael Yesley Jean M. York Mary & Gary Yoshida Dallas Young James & Janet Young

• The Young Singers Program • The Annual Messiah Sing-Along • Community Christmas caroling in Winslow • Bainbridge Sings! open choral reading sessions See our website, www.bainbridgechorale.org for information about our programs and concerts

Rebecca Zalke Anthony & Mary Zona Katherine Zonoff

Clarence Younker Walter & Terry Yund Thomas Zahaba

When we first learned about the red envelope before moving to Bainbridge, it was apparent that there was community engagement for the common good. Now that we are involved as Islanders, I see first­‐hand how the strategic partnerships of OCFA work together in the nonprofit sector. There is real power for good in the collective dollar. Marcia Hastings BI resident of 3 years

INTERFAITH

For Supporting One Call for All! One Call for All funds help the Bainbridge Chorale educational and community outreach mission with programs and events like...

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VOLUNTEER CAREGIVERS Assisting individuals and families in our community allowing them to retain their independence, dignity and quality of life.

Your financial contributions help us to help others.

And yes, we can use YOU as a volunteer!

Bainbridge Island Ambulance Association

Bainbridge Ambulance Association Proudly servingIsland the community of Bainbridge Island since 1945 Proudly serving the community of Bainbridge Island since 1945 Board Members

Greg Keyes - President William Biscomb - Vice President Janice Pyke - Director Jason Livdahl - Director Larry Whyte - Director Back row: Jay Johnson, Gary Nolta, Eddie Henderson, Holly vanSchnich, Scott Isenman, June Parker, Paul Topper, Fred Shultz, Michael Mosley, Joshua Lee & David Stanton Middle row: M’lee Barlow, Douglas Bekenyi, Doug LeRoy, Vickie Jacobsen, Ann Martin, Anthony Bucat, Michael Laurence, Patty Mosley Front row: President Greg Keyes, Manager Rena Beyke, Board Member Larry Whyte Photo by Joel Sackett

■ TRANSPORT SERVICES tranSPort SerVICeS otHer SerVICeS Hospital Discharges • Emergency Transports from Clinic, Fire Dept, or Care Center to appropriate hospitals

Ongoing Training for EMS Personnel Hospital Discharges ■ OTHER SERVICES Ongoing Training for EMS Personnel & Training of New & Training Supplies • & Volunteers Training •ofUpgrade New Equipment Volunteers Emergency Reduced-Fee ApplicationsTransports • Show & Tell at Local Schools from Clinic, Fire Dept, or Care Center toThank appropriate hospitals

Upgrade Equipment & Training Supplies YouReduced-Fee for YourApplications Support through One Show & Tell at Local Schools

Not in photo: Britt Beahan, Elise Golsan, Julie & Dan Harris, Gretchen Humphrey, Sequoia Jones, Kathleen Lander, Chase Linrothe, Drew Toomey, Kenzie Romero, Brenda Ruddick, Matt Sias, Mary Stepheus

Call for All

67 Years of Service. We’re There Because We Care.


One Call For All  www.onecallforall.org

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Fall 2012

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND

volunteer firefighters Carrying on the Tradition

In the summer of 1942, a dedicated group of citizens saw the need for an emergency response team on Bainbridge Island. In November of 1942, our first fire district meeting was attended by 16 volunteer firemen, and by 1946, our ambulance service consisted of a 1936 Buick and a group of dedicated American Legionnaire drivers. From these humble beginnings, our organization has grown enormously, but we have never lost our commitment to volunteerism and serving the community in which we live. Our mission is to serve Bainbridge Island by providing emergency response, training, and equipment to the community. We accomplish this mission by serving as active volunteer firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians, by hosting educational events such as Fun Fair and Pancake Breakfast, by offering CPR and AED training to the community, and by purchasing equipment that we donate to the Bainbridge Island Fire Department. Your contributions have allowed us to add full extrication equipment to fire engines, replace all of our CPR Manikins, purchase advanced airway management tools, send two or more volunteer firefighters to the Washington State Fire Training Academy each year, and much more. When you donate to the Bainbridge Island Volunteer Firefighters Association, you are directly helping to ensure top-tier emergency services in your community. We are deeply grateful for your continued support over the years, and we are honored to carry on the tradition of service that was begun all those decades ago.

A S SOCIATION

Providing emergency response, training, and equipment to the community.

One Call for All - Answer the Call 2012  

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