Issuu on Google+

empower the future 2013 annual report


To Our Valued Investors and Friends:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Thank you for your dedication to and investment in South Dakota students for over 45 years. Junior Achievement of South Dakota has had the opportunity to impact students since 1968, and each year we are humbled by the support received from our investors, volunteers, educators, and board members. This year alone, JA of South Dakota impacted 47,619 students across the state.

Judith Meierhenry

Junior Achievement Pillars...................................................................................4 Junior Achievement Impact Areas.....................................................................4 South Dakota Student Numbers........................................................................6 Junior Achievement Programs............................................................................8

As JA program offerings have evolved over the years, the mission of the organization has remained the same – to inspire and prepare students to succeed. The JA model of introducing students to a community volunteer while learning about work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship continues to see great results. We appreciate your support as we have expanded our reach, utilized new technologies, and added enhancements to ensure our students receive the best experience possible.

JA Excelling through Ethics............................................................................... 10 Become a Volunteer............................................................................................. 10 Junior Achievement Testimonials................................................................... 12 Accomplishments & Awards.......................................................................13-14 South Dakota State Map..............................................................................15-16

Kayla Eitreim

Junior Achievement of South Dakota continues to be one of the strongest JA areas in the country, and we owe that success to the commitment of our many supporters. Without your investment of time, talent, and treasure, South Dakota students would not have the opportunity to learn from leaders in their community. JA volunteers generously give their time to share personal experiences and encourage students to complete their education and reach for their dreams. It is the partnership between business and education that makes Junior Achievement experiences meaningful and important.

State Board of Directors..................................................................................... 17 Leadership Awards............................................................................................... 18 Golf Events............................................................................................................... 19 Bowl-a-Thon........................................................................................................... 20 Area Boards.......................................................................................................21-23 Investors.............................................................................................................24-29

In the pages that follow, you will learn about the successes of the past year. We are eager to see what the future will bring for Junior Achievement and our students, and we look forward to your continued involvement in the years to come.

Financials.................................................................................................................. 30

On behalf of the Junior Achievement of South Dakota staff, Board of Directors, and more than 47,000 students, please accept our sincere thanks for your commitment to empower the future.

Judith Meierhenry, Kayla Eitreim, State Board Chair President JA of South Dakota JA of South Dakota

Junior Achievement of South Dakota would like to recognize Heartland Paper, Regency Hotel Management, and Western Printing for their generous in-kind donations to prepare and print this annual report. Disclaimer: The recognition extended to those listed in this report is a small way to thank our supporters for the difference they make in the lives of South Dakota students. We invested much effort to ensure that this investor listing is accurate and apologize if your name has been omitted or misspelled.

2

1

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


To Our Valued Investors and Friends:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Thank you for your dedication to and investment in South Dakota students for over 45 years. Junior Achievement of South Dakota has had the opportunity to impact students since 1968, and each year we are humbled by the support received from our investors, volunteers, educators, and board members. This year alone, JA of South Dakota impacted 47,619 students across the state.

Judith Meierhenry

Junior Achievement Pillars...................................................................................4 Junior Achievement Impact Areas.....................................................................4 South Dakota Student Numbers........................................................................6 Junior Achievement Programs............................................................................8

As JA program offerings have evolved over the years, the mission of the organization has remained the same – to inspire and prepare students to succeed. The JA model of introducing students to a community volunteer while learning about work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship continues to see great results. We appreciate your support as we have expanded our reach, utilized new technologies, and added enhancements to ensure our students receive the best experience possible.

JA Excelling through Ethics............................................................................... 10 Become a Volunteer............................................................................................. 10 Junior Achievement Testimonials................................................................... 12 Accomplishments & Awards.......................................................................13-14 South Dakota State Map..............................................................................15-16

Kayla Eitreim

Junior Achievement of South Dakota continues to be one of the strongest JA areas in the country, and we owe that success to the commitment of our many supporters. Without your investment of time, talent, and treasure, South Dakota students would not have the opportunity to learn from leaders in their community. JA volunteers generously give their time to share personal experiences and encourage students to complete their education and reach for their dreams. It is the partnership between business and education that makes Junior Achievement experiences meaningful and important.

State Board of Directors..................................................................................... 17 Leadership Awards............................................................................................... 18 Golf Events............................................................................................................... 19 Bowl-a-Thon........................................................................................................... 20 Area Boards.......................................................................................................21-23 Investors.............................................................................................................24-29

In the pages that follow, you will learn about the successes of the past year. We are eager to see what the future will bring for Junior Achievement and our students, and we look forward to your continued involvement in the years to come.

Financials.................................................................................................................. 30

On behalf of the Junior Achievement of South Dakota staff, Board of Directors, and more than 47,000 students, please accept our sincere thanks for your commitment to empower the future.

Judith Meierhenry, Kayla Eitreim, State Board Chair President JA of South Dakota JA of South Dakota

Junior Achievement of South Dakota would like to recognize Heartland Paper, Regency Hotel Management, and Western Printing for their generous in-kind donations to prepare and print this annual report. Disclaimer: The recognition extended to those listed in this report is a small way to thank our supporters for the difference they make in the lives of South Dakota students. We invested much effort to ensure that this investor listing is accurate and apologize if your name has been omitted or misspelled.

2

1

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA SOUTH DAKOTA

SUCCESS 74.5%

annual

volunteer

NEED FOR JA

retention

rate in South Dakota, one of the highest

35% of teens do not know anyone

43% of students, fifth through 12th

25% of teens think they will be fi-

ratings among Junior Achievement offices

who works at their dream job and

grade, say they plan to start their

nancially dependent on their par-

in the USA. Nationally, the average JA

learned about their desired career

own

ents until age 25-27. (2012 Junior

volunteer retention rate is 31%.

through their school. (2012 Junior

Index.)

business.

(2012

Gallup-HOPE

Achievement/Allstate Foundation “Teens

Achievement/ING Foundation “Teens and

41.21% of South Dakota students

and Personal Finance Survey”)

Careers Survey”)

receive Junior Achievement programs. Nationally, Junior Achievement of South

JA PILLARS

Dakota ranks second out of 118 JA offices for student market share. The JA national average market share is 9.15%.

of Student Success

In 2013, Junior Achievement of South

Work Readiness:

Dakota received franchise rights to

JA

Union County, which gives JA the ability

students

attitudes,

to implement JA programs in the entire

and

demonstrate

state of South Dakota for the first time.

possess skills their

knowledge,

Entrepreneurship:

Financial Literacy:

JA students recognize opportunities

JA students have the personal financial

required

to

and organize resources to maximize

knowledge necessary to effectively

readiness

to

innovative

meet personal fiscal challenges and

successfully engage in meaningful and

thought

and

creative

activity.

obligations, take advantage of eco-

productive work.

JA

nomic opportunities, and plan courses of action to achieve goals.

PURPOSE

JA impact areas

To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

Youth DEVELOPMENT:

Education DEVELOPMENT:

Economic DEVELOPMENT:

The process in which youth are en-

The knowledge or skill obtained or de-

The development of economic wealth

gaged in building skills and compe-

veloped by a learning process.

of countries or regions for the well-

tencies that allow them to function and contribute in their daily lives.

being of their inhabitants. Junior Achievement helps students make the critical connections between

Junior Achievement supports eco-

empowers

classroom learning and life after grad-

nomic development by fostering the

young people to succeed by provid-

uation by enhancing the relevance

spirit of entrepreneurship in youth,

ing mentorship opportunities and an

of education. JA programs use expe-

and by instilling and modeling key

environment in which to model the

riential learning and role-modeling to

business and work-readiness concepts

ethics concepts found in its programs.

reinforce key concepts.

such as leadership, teamwork and crit-

Junior

Achievement

ical thinking. Leveraging these concepts help young people succeed in the world of work, which contributes to the strength of local, regional and national economies. 4

3

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA SOUTH DAKOTA

SUCCESS 74.5%

annual

volunteer

NEED FOR JA

retention

rate in South Dakota, one of the highest

35% of teens do not know anyone

43% of students, fifth through 12th

25% of teens think they will be fi-

ratings among Junior Achievement offices

who works at their dream job and

grade, say they plan to start their

nancially dependent on their par-

in the USA. Nationally, the average JA

learned about their desired career

own

ents until age 25-27. (2012 Junior

volunteer retention rate is 31%.

through their school. (2012 Junior

Index.)

business.

(2012

Gallup-HOPE

Achievement/Allstate Foundation “Teens

Achievement/ING Foundation “Teens and

41.21% of South Dakota students

and Personal Finance Survey”)

Careers Survey”)

receive Junior Achievement programs. Nationally, Junior Achievement of South

JA PILLARS

Dakota ranks second out of 118 JA offices for student market share. The JA national average market share is 9.15%.

of Student Success

In 2013, Junior Achievement of South

Work Readiness:

Dakota received franchise rights to

JA

Union County, which gives JA the ability

students

attitudes,

to implement JA programs in the entire

and

demonstrate

state of South Dakota for the first time.

possess skills their

knowledge,

Entrepreneurship:

Financial Literacy:

JA students recognize opportunities

JA students have the personal financial

required

to

and organize resources to maximize

knowledge necessary to effectively

readiness

to

innovative

meet personal fiscal challenges and

successfully engage in meaningful and

thought

and

creative

activity.

obligations, take advantage of eco-

productive work.

JA

nomic opportunities, and plan courses of action to achieve goals.

PURPOSE

JA impact areas

To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

Youth DEVELOPMENT:

Education DEVELOPMENT:

Economic DEVELOPMENT:

The process in which youth are en-

The knowledge or skill obtained or de-

The development of economic wealth

gaged in building skills and compe-

veloped by a learning process.

of countries or regions for the well-

tencies that allow them to function and contribute in their daily lives.

being of their inhabitants. Junior Achievement helps students make the critical connections between

Junior Achievement supports eco-

empowers

classroom learning and life after grad-

nomic development by fostering the

young people to succeed by provid-

uation by enhancing the relevance

spirit of entrepreneurship in youth,

ing mentorship opportunities and an

of education. JA programs use expe-

and by instilling and modeling key

environment in which to model the

riential learning and role-modeling to

business and work-readiness concepts

ethics concepts found in its programs.

reinforce key concepts.

such as leadership, teamwork and crit-

Junior

Achievement

ical thinking. Leveraging these concepts help young people succeed in the world of work, which contributes to the strength of local, regional and national economies. 4

3

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


47,619 students in 2012-13

JA of South Dakota Student Numbers 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

0

This chart reflects the number of students who have been impacted by Junior Achievement of SD since 2000. 6

5

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


47,619 students in 2012-13

JA of South Dakota Student Numbers 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

0

This chart reflects the number of students who have been impacted by Junior Achievement of SD since 2000. 6

5

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


PROGRAMS

of Junior Achievement ELEMENTARY:

middle school:

high school:

programs

Junior Achievement has several highly

As high school students begin to

include six sequential themes for

effective programs for middle school

position themselves for their future,

kindergarten

students that reinforce the value of

there are many unanswered questions

students. Students learn the basic

work

readiness,

about

concepts of business and economics

and

financial

and how education is relevant to the

are introduced to many economic

help

workplace. The sequential activities

concepts and useful facts about the

intelligent decisions about their future

build on studies from each preceding

working world.

and foster skills that will be highly

grade

for

The middle school programs help

useful in the business world.

secondary school and lifelong learning.

pre-teens make difficult decisions

With a range of different programs,

about how to best prepare for

Junior Achievement teaches about

JA Ourselves™

their educational and professional

concepts relating to entrepreneurship,

JA Our Families™

future. The programs supplement

financial literacy, and work readiness.

JA Our Community™

social studies curricula and develop

The volunteers bring real-life business

JA Our City™

communication skills that are essential

experience and guidance into the

JA Our Region™

to success in the business world.

classroom at a time that represents an

The

elementary

and

school

through

prepare

fifth-grade

students

entrepreneurship, literacy.

Students

JA Our Nation™

what

lies

ahead.

Junior

Achievement’s high school programs students

make

informed,

essential crossroads for young people. JA Economics for Success®

JA More than Money®

JA Global Marketplace®

JA Banks in Action®

JA It’s My Future™

JA Be Entrepreneurial®

JA America Works®

JA Business Ethics®

JA It’s My Business!®

JA Career Success™ JA Company Program® JA Economics® JA Excelling through Ethics JA Exploring Economics® JA Job Shadow™

My JA volunteer was very well prepared and captured the students’ interest. She spoke from a 21st century mindset so this kept the kids engaged.

JA Personal Finance® JA Titan®

Tina Lippert

5th Grade Teacher Oscar Howe Elementary School Sioux Falls 8

7

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


PROGRAMS

of Junior Achievement ELEMENTARY:

middle school:

high school:

programs

Junior Achievement has several highly

As high school students begin to

include six sequential themes for

effective programs for middle school

position themselves for their future,

kindergarten

students that reinforce the value of

there are many unanswered questions

students. Students learn the basic

work

readiness,

about

concepts of business and economics

and

financial

and how education is relevant to the

are introduced to many economic

help

workplace. The sequential activities

concepts and useful facts about the

intelligent decisions about their future

build on studies from each preceding

working world.

and foster skills that will be highly

grade

for

The middle school programs help

useful in the business world.

secondary school and lifelong learning.

pre-teens make difficult decisions

With a range of different programs,

about how to best prepare for

Junior Achievement teaches about

JA Ourselves™

their educational and professional

concepts relating to entrepreneurship,

JA Our Families™

future. The programs supplement

financial literacy, and work readiness.

JA Our Community™

social studies curricula and develop

The volunteers bring real-life business

JA Our City™

communication skills that are essential

experience and guidance into the

JA Our Region™

to success in the business world.

classroom at a time that represents an

The

elementary

and

school

through

prepare

fifth-grade

students

entrepreneurship, literacy.

Students

JA Our Nation™

what

lies

ahead.

Junior

Achievement’s high school programs students

make

informed,

essential crossroads for young people. JA Economics for Success®

JA More than Money®

JA Global Marketplace®

JA Banks in Action®

JA It’s My Future™

JA Be Entrepreneurial®

JA America Works®

JA Business Ethics®

JA It’s My Business!®

JA Career Success™ JA Company Program® JA Economics® JA Excelling through Ethics JA Exploring Economics® JA Job Shadow™

My JA volunteer was very well prepared and captured the students’ interest. She spoke from a 21st century mindset so this kept the kids engaged.

JA Personal Finance® JA Titan®

Tina Lippert

5th Grade Teacher Oscar Howe Elementary School Sioux Falls 8

7

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA excelling through ethics The JA Excelling through Ethics program was designed to help students understand the role of ethics in the workplace and life. Through a partnership with 35 schools across the state, nearly 7,000 students met and interacted with executives to discuss “real world” scenarios that require

an ethical decision-making process and learn about the importance of ethics in the workplace. During the 2012-13 school year, JA Excelling through Ethics was supported and presented by over 300 executive-level volunteers representing 25 JA communities.

becoming a volunteer

for Junior Achievement

Volunteers play a key role in bringing Junior Achievement to life. By sharing their personal and professional experiences and skills with students, they help them make the connection between what students are learning in school and what they will need to succeed in work and life. Junior Achievement makes volunteering fulfilling and offers flexible scheduling options. Our curriculum provides everything needed to make participation in JA interactive and engaging for students.

My favorite experience was when a young man came up and shook my hand and said, “thank you, I actually learned something.”

In as little as an hour a week, you can make a difference in the lives of young people. Your Junior Achievement experience will leave you feeling proud, energized, and

hopeful about a better future for our young people. Volunteer Requirements: • Attend a training session. • Teach five to twelve one-hour sessions with pre-developed JA materials and hands-on activities. • Encourage student success by sharing your real-world experiences. Thank you! Over 2,100 volunteers made a difference by teaching JA programs in classrooms this year. To see the list of volunteers or to become a volunteer this school year, visit www.jasd.org.

Cody Ulven

9

Volunteer Best Western Plus Ramkota Hotel Sioux Falls EMPOWER THE FUTURE

10

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA excelling through ethics The JA Excelling through Ethics program was designed to help students understand the role of ethics in the workplace and life. Through a partnership with 35 schools across the state, nearly 7,000 students met and interacted with executives to discuss “real world” scenarios that require

an ethical decision-making process and learn about the importance of ethics in the workplace. During the 2012-13 school year, JA Excelling through Ethics was supported and presented by over 300 executive-level volunteers representing 25 JA communities.

becoming a volunteer

for Junior Achievement

Volunteers play a key role in bringing Junior Achievement to life. By sharing their personal and professional experiences and skills with students, they help them make the connection between what students are learning in school and what they will need to succeed in work and life. Junior Achievement makes volunteering fulfilling and offers flexible scheduling options. Our curriculum provides everything needed to make participation in JA interactive and engaging for students.

My favorite experience was when a young man came up and shook my hand and said, “thank you, I actually learned something.”

In as little as an hour a week, you can make a difference in the lives of young people. Your Junior Achievement experience will leave you feeling proud, energized, and

hopeful about a better future for our young people. Volunteer Requirements: • Attend a training session. • Teach five to twelve one-hour sessions with pre-developed JA materials and hands-on activities. • Encourage student success by sharing your real-world experiences. Thank you! Over 2,100 volunteers made a difference by teaching JA programs in classrooms this year. To see the list of volunteers or to become a volunteer this school year, visit www.jasd.org.

Cody Ulven

9

Volunteer Best Western Plus Ramkota Hotel Sioux Falls EMPOWER THE FUTURE

10

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


testimonials

for Junior Achievement

Lori Sutton: (Educator) As an educator and parent, I see the impact Junior Achievement has had on my students and my own children. Junior Achievement makes arrangements for community leaders to bring their first-hand knowledge into the classroom. These leaders enhance each lesson by applying hands-on learning in a fun and educational way. This helps students make a connection between school and businesses in the real world. I feel it is important for students to develop these life skills in order to enter the work force with confidence. All in all, Junior Achievement is helping mold our students into future business leaders of tomorrow. Mark Joffer: (Volunteer) For the past several years, I’ve had the pleasure of being a JA volunteer in my son’s classroom at Parker Elementary School. As a parent, it’s been great to have a front row seat in seeing my son’s knowledge of business and commerce grow. I’m amazed at how quickly he and his classmates have picked up on the concepts covered in our JA class and how they retain many of those concepts well after the class has ended. I’m convinced that this knowledge will give my son a distinct advantage when the time comes for him to enter the workforce. Also, being a JA Volunteer has been a great way to get to know my son’s classmates in a more personal way. In fact, many of them greet me when they see me on the street or at an event. There is no doubt in my mind that my contact with them as a JA volunteer has been directly responsible for that.

Tim Graf: (Superintendent) JA is a great school-community partnership with kids as the beneficiaries. JA promotes critical thinking and problem solving in areas such as financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness and does so effectively. We are very fortunate to have a strong JA program to fill the gaps in our curriculum!

Kelsey Knecht: (Student) I have been involved with Junior Achievement starting in kindergarten through my sophomore year in high school. I remember having my dad for my JA teacher throughout elementary school, where the class participated in games and activities that taught us lessons in business and the economy. I specifically remember the session of my sophomore year, which was JA Excelling through Ethics. The ethical lessons taught by my JA consultant are invaluable and will help me to make the right decisions in the tough situations I am faced with in the future. I have discovered that every choice I make affects someone else and that I need to take responsibility for my actions. I feel that life lessons like these, taught by Junior Achievement consultants, will help attribute to success in the future.

12

11

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


testimonials

for Junior Achievement

Lori Sutton: (Educator) As an educator and parent, I see the impact Junior Achievement has had on my students and my own children. Junior Achievement makes arrangements for community leaders to bring their first-hand knowledge into the classroom. These leaders enhance each lesson by applying hands-on learning in a fun and educational way. This helps students make a connection between school and businesses in the real world. I feel it is important for students to develop these life skills in order to enter the work force with confidence. All in all, Junior Achievement is helping mold our students into future business leaders of tomorrow. Mark Joffer: (Volunteer) For the past several years, I’ve had the pleasure of being a JA volunteer in my son’s classroom at Parker Elementary School. As a parent, it’s been great to have a front row seat in seeing my son’s knowledge of business and commerce grow. I’m amazed at how quickly he and his classmates have picked up on the concepts covered in our JA class and how they retain many of those concepts well after the class has ended. I’m convinced that this knowledge will give my son a distinct advantage when the time comes for him to enter the workforce. Also, being a JA Volunteer has been a great way to get to know my son’s classmates in a more personal way. In fact, many of them greet me when they see me on the street or at an event. There is no doubt in my mind that my contact with them as a JA volunteer has been directly responsible for that.

Tim Graf: (Superintendent) JA is a great school-community partnership with kids as the beneficiaries. JA promotes critical thinking and problem solving in areas such as financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness and does so effectively. We are very fortunate to have a strong JA program to fill the gaps in our curriculum!

Kelsey Knecht: (Student) I have been involved with Junior Achievement starting in kindergarten through my sophomore year in high school. I remember having my dad for my JA teacher throughout elementary school, where the class participated in games and activities that taught us lessons in business and the economy. I specifically remember the session of my sophomore year, which was JA Excelling through Ethics. The ethical lessons taught by my JA consultant are invaluable and will help me to make the right decisions in the tough situations I am faced with in the future. I have discovered that every choice I make affects someone else and that I need to take responsibility for my actions. I feel that life lessons like these, taught by Junior Achievement consultants, will help attribute to success in the future.

12

11

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


accomplishments

aWARDS

for Junior Achievement

JA Banks in Action Junior Achievement of South Dakota had three teams compete in the JA Banks in Action North American Virtual Competition. The competition, sponsored by the Citi Foundation, consisted of 20 teams of high school students from across the United States, Canada and the U.S. Territory of Guam facing off in a virtual competition of financial know-how. Three South Dakota teams made it into the championship round featuring eight finalist teams. The Bold Bank, from West Central High School in Harford, South Dakota, placed second in the championship round. Endowments Junior Achievement of South Dakota is honored to have been chosen as the recipient of several endowment gifts during the 2012-13 year. The largest gift was donated by Sammons Financial Group, who contributed $125,000 to the JA Sioux Falls Endowment Fund. Over the years, Junior Achievement has received endowment gifts to build the following funds: - Vicki Clarke Endowment (Mitchell) - Pierre/Ft. Pierre Endowment - Leo Crawford Scholarship Endowment - Rapid City - Barbara Lien Endowment - Dr. Roger Kozak Endowment (Vermillion) - Sioux Falls Endowment Jeans 4 JA Employees of several companies wore jeans to work, in exchange for a donation to Junior Achievement. Each participating company determines the cost and details of wearing jeans (i.e., $10 per person), with all proceeds going to Junior Achievement of South Dakota programs.

Platinum Summit Award Junior Achievement of South Dakota has been awarded one of Junior Achievement USAŽ’s highest honors, the Platinum Summit Award. The award is given to local JA offices that have reached outstanding success in financial health, program quality, management effectiveness, and program growth. The Platinum refers to the number of consecutive years that a JA operation has received the Summit Award. This was the 18th consecutive year the office received the Summit Award.

Rising Star Award Felan (Ritze) Link, JA Operations Director, received one of four 2013 JA Rising Star Awards. The award recognizes mid-level JA staff professionals who have shown leadership in their JA community and consistently perform at the highest level.

2013 Leo Crawford Scholarship Winner The 2013 Leo Crawford Scholarship winner was Caeden Tinklenberg of Sioux Falls Christian High School. The Leo Crawford Scholarship is given annually in memory of Mr. Leo Crawford, a former board member and chair of the Junior Achievement of South Dakota Board of Directors and a true friend and supporter of Junior Achievement. The $500 scholarship is awarded to a South Dakota graduating high school senior who has participated in a Junior Achievement program, has demonstrated leadership ability, has actively participated in his or her community, and has workforce experience.

Dacotah Bank in Aberdeen raised $580 with their Jeans 4 JA event and Black Hills Corporation in Rapid City raised $1,740!

14

13

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


accomplishments

aWARDS

for Junior Achievement

JA Banks in Action Junior Achievement of South Dakota had three teams compete in the JA Banks in Action North American Virtual Competition. The competition, sponsored by the Citi Foundation, consisted of 20 teams of high school students from across the United States, Canada and the U.S. Territory of Guam facing off in a virtual competition of financial know-how. Three South Dakota teams made it into the championship round featuring eight finalist teams. The Bold Bank, from West Central High School in Harford, South Dakota, placed second in the championship round. Endowments Junior Achievement of South Dakota is honored to have been chosen as the recipient of several endowment gifts during the 2012-13 year. The largest gift was donated by Sammons Financial Group, who contributed $125,000 to the JA Sioux Falls Endowment Fund. Over the years, Junior Achievement has received endowment gifts to build the following funds: - Vicki Clarke Endowment (Mitchell) - Pierre/Ft. Pierre Endowment - Leo Crawford Scholarship Endowment - Rapid City - Barbara Lien Endowment - Dr. Roger Kozak Endowment (Vermillion) - Sioux Falls Endowment Jeans 4 JA Employees of several companies wore jeans to work, in exchange for a donation to Junior Achievement. Each participating company determines the cost and details of wearing jeans (i.e., $10 per person), with all proceeds going to Junior Achievement of South Dakota programs.

Platinum Summit Award Junior Achievement of South Dakota has been awarded one of Junior Achievement USAŽ’s highest honors, the Platinum Summit Award. The award is given to local JA offices that have reached outstanding success in financial health, program quality, management effectiveness, and program growth. The Platinum refers to the number of consecutive years that a JA operation has received the Summit Award. This was the 18th consecutive year the office received the Summit Award.

Rising Star Award Felan (Ritze) Link, JA Operations Director, received one of four 2013 JA Rising Star Awards. The award recognizes mid-level JA staff professionals who have shown leadership in their JA community and consistently perform at the highest level.

2013 Leo Crawford Scholarship Winner The 2013 Leo Crawford Scholarship winner was Caeden Tinklenberg of Sioux Falls Christian High School. The Leo Crawford Scholarship is given annually in memory of Mr. Leo Crawford, a former board member and chair of the Junior Achievement of South Dakota Board of Directors and a true friend and supporter of Junior Achievement. The $500 scholarship is awarded to a South Dakota graduating high school senior who has participated in a Junior Achievement program, has demonstrated leadership ability, has actively participated in his or her community, and has workforce experience.

Dacotah Bank in Aberdeen raised $580 with their Jeans 4 JA event and Black Hills Corporation in Rapid City raised $1,740!

14

13

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


2,095 Total

2012-2013 Classrooms Students Aberdeen........................................................ 76........... 1661

JA state numbers

South Dakota Classrooms

Belle Fourche................................................ 13..............295

47,619 Total

Brandon Valley............................................. 73........... 1778 Brookings....................................................... 87........... 1972

South Dakota Students

Canton............................................................. 15..............269 Centerville.........................................................8..............115 Dell Rapids..................................................... 36..............736 Harrisburg....................................................116........... 2367

aberdeen

Huron............................................................... 51........... 1143 Lead/Deadwood.......................................... 13..............265

warner

milbank

Lennox............................................................. 17..............388 Madison.......................................................... 26..............553

watertown

Meade (Sturgis)............................................ 22..............457 Milbank........................................................... 30..............638 Mitchell........................................................... 52........... 1125 Parker..................................................................8..............238 Pierre/Ft. Pierre............................................ 50........... 1123

belle fourche spearfish

meade (sturgis) pierre / ft. pierre

Rapid City.....................................................165........... 4173 Sioux Falls ...................................................994.........22839 Spearfish......................................................... 24..............553

huron

volga brookings

lead/deadwood madison

rapid city

dell rapids

Tea..................................................................... 33..............783 Vermillion....................................................... 30..............652

mitchell

Volga...................................................................2................ 40 Warner................................................................4................ 88 Watertown..................................................... 62........... 1484

sioux falls west central tea parker

West Central (Hartford & Humboldt).40..............865

lennox

Yankton........................................................... 48........... 1019 SD TOTAL: ....................................2,095..... 47,619

brandon valley harrisburg canton

centerville yankton

vermillion

16

15

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


2,095 Total

2012-2013 Classrooms Students Aberdeen........................................................ 76........... 1661

JA state numbers

South Dakota Classrooms

Belle Fourche................................................ 13..............295

47,619 Total

Brandon Valley............................................. 73........... 1778 Brookings....................................................... 87........... 1972

South Dakota Students

Canton............................................................. 15..............269 Centerville.........................................................8..............115 Dell Rapids..................................................... 36..............736 Harrisburg....................................................116........... 2367

aberdeen

Huron............................................................... 51........... 1143 Lead/Deadwood.......................................... 13..............265

warner

milbank

Lennox............................................................. 17..............388 Madison.......................................................... 26..............553

watertown

Meade (Sturgis)............................................ 22..............457 Milbank........................................................... 30..............638 Mitchell........................................................... 52........... 1125 Parker..................................................................8..............238 Pierre/Ft. Pierre............................................ 50........... 1123

belle fourche spearfish

meade (sturgis) pierre / ft. pierre

Rapid City.....................................................165........... 4173 Sioux Falls ...................................................994.........22839 Spearfish......................................................... 24..............553

huron

volga brookings

lead/deadwood madison

rapid city

dell rapids

Tea..................................................................... 33..............783 Vermillion....................................................... 30..............652

mitchell

Volga...................................................................2................ 40 Warner................................................................4................ 88 Watertown..................................................... 62........... 1484

sioux falls west central tea parker

West Central (Hartford & Humboldt).40..............865

lennox

Yankton........................................................... 48........... 1019 SD TOTAL: ....................................2,095..... 47,619

brandon valley harrisburg canton

centerville yankton

vermillion

16

15

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA STATE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

JA USA LEADERSHIP AWARDS

Judith Meierhenry

Gold Leadership Award

Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP, was recognized by JA USA with a 2013 Gold Leadership Award, JA’s highest volunteer leadership award. Dean was selected due to his outstanding service and support to Junior Achievement of South Dakota. Dean has served as a classroom volunteer since 1996 and as the organization’s treasurer since 1999.

Chair: Judith Meierhenry Vice Chair: Brian Sandvig, Valley Queen Cheese Factory Secretary: Jacquelyn Johnson, Dice Financial Services Group Brian Sandvig

Jacquelyn Johnson

Dean Buckneberg

Treasurer: Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP Dennis Aanenson, A&B Business Solutions Todd Bernhard, Delta Trust Company, Inc.

Pictured left to right: Jack Kosakowski, President, JA USA; Dean Buckneberg; and Larry Leva, Board Chair, JA USA.

Victoria Blatchford, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Jim Borszich, Greater Huron Development Corporation Dennis Aanenson

Todd Bernhard

Victoria Blatchford

Rod Carlson, Sanford Health Mike Derby, Canyon Lake Resort Kevin Dietz

SILVER Award

Dana Dykhouse, First PREMIER Bank

Deb Specht, Vision Real Estate, Yankton Board

Rod Fouberg, Dacotah Bank Jim Borszich

Rod Carlson

Mike Derby

Dr. Mark Froke, Vermillion School District Curt Hage

Deb Specht

Steve Kirby, Bluestem Capital Company

Bronze Awards

Paul Knecht, SD Dental Association

Kelly Buntrock, First Interstate Bank, Rapid City Board

Al Kurtenbach, Daktronics, Inc. Kevin Dietz

Dr. Mark Froke

Al Kurtenbach

Dr. Tim Mitchell

Dana Dykhouse

Curt Hage

David Lust

John Porter

Rod Fouberg

Steve Kirby

Don Marker

Dave Rozenboom

Leon Eich, Security Savings Bank, Canton Board

David Lust, Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP

Donna Hurley, Avera St. Luke’s, Aberdeen Board

Don Marker

Dr. Rick Melmer, Senior Advisor – MCEC/CCSSO/SDBOR

Jason Hutt, Hy-Vee Food Store, Watertown Board

Dr. Tim Mitchell, Rapid City School District

John Porter, Avera Health

John Porter, Avera Health, State Board

Knecht Paul

Kelly Buntrock

Leon Eich

Dr. Laura Raeder, Sioux Falls School District, Sioux Falls Board

Dave Rozenboom, First PREMIER Bank

Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, Black Hills State University

William Shorma, Rush-Co

James Siemens, Hy-Vee Food Store

Bob Thimjon, The Ramkota Companies, Inc.

Tina Van Camp, American State Bank, Pierre/Ft. Pierre Board Donna Hurley

Jason Hutt

John Porter

Dr. Laura Raeder

Tina Van Camp

Kari Westlund

Kari Westlund, Best Choice Real Estate, Brookings Board

Dr. Rick Melmer

Dr. Kay Schallenkamp William Shorma

James Siemens

Bob Thimjon

17

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT

18


JA STATE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

JA USA LEADERSHIP AWARDS

Judith Meierhenry

Gold Leadership Award

Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP, was recognized by JA USA with a 2013 Gold Leadership Award, JA’s highest volunteer leadership award. Dean was selected due to his outstanding service and support to Junior Achievement of South Dakota. Dean has served as a classroom volunteer since 1996 and as the organization’s treasurer since 1999.

Chair: Judith Meierhenry Vice Chair: Brian Sandvig, Valley Queen Cheese Factory Secretary: Jacquelyn Johnson, Dice Financial Services Group Brian Sandvig

Jacquelyn Johnson

Dean Buckneberg

Treasurer: Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP Dennis Aanenson, A&B Business Solutions Todd Bernhard, Delta Trust Company, Inc.

Pictured left to right: Jack Kosakowski, President, JA USA; Dean Buckneberg; and Larry Leva, Board Chair, JA USA.

Victoria Blatchford, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Jim Borszich, Greater Huron Development Corporation Dennis Aanenson

Todd Bernhard

Victoria Blatchford

Rod Carlson, Sanford Health Mike Derby, Canyon Lake Resort Kevin Dietz

SILVER Award

Dana Dykhouse, First PREMIER Bank

Deb Specht, Vision Real Estate, Yankton Board

Rod Fouberg, Dacotah Bank Jim Borszich

Rod Carlson

Mike Derby

Dr. Mark Froke, Vermillion School District Curt Hage

Deb Specht

Steve Kirby, Bluestem Capital Company

Bronze Awards

Paul Knecht, SD Dental Association

Kelly Buntrock, First Interstate Bank, Rapid City Board

Al Kurtenbach, Daktronics, Inc. Kevin Dietz

Dr. Mark Froke

Al Kurtenbach

Dr. Tim Mitchell

Dana Dykhouse

Curt Hage

David Lust

John Porter

Rod Fouberg

Steve Kirby

Don Marker

Dave Rozenboom

Leon Eich, Security Savings Bank, Canton Board

David Lust, Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP

Donna Hurley, Avera St. Luke’s, Aberdeen Board

Don Marker

Dr. Rick Melmer, Senior Advisor – MCEC/CCSSO/SDBOR

Jason Hutt, Hy-Vee Food Store, Watertown Board

Dr. Tim Mitchell, Rapid City School District

John Porter, Avera Health

John Porter, Avera Health, State Board

Knecht Paul

Kelly Buntrock

Leon Eich

Dr. Laura Raeder, Sioux Falls School District, Sioux Falls Board

Dave Rozenboom, First PREMIER Bank

Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, Black Hills State University

William Shorma, Rush-Co

James Siemens, Hy-Vee Food Store

Bob Thimjon, The Ramkota Companies, Inc.

Tina Van Camp, American State Bank, Pierre/Ft. Pierre Board Donna Hurley

Jason Hutt

John Porter

Dr. Laura Raeder

Tina Van Camp

Kari Westlund

Kari Westlund, Best Choice Real Estate, Brookings Board

Dr. Rick Melmer

Dr. Kay Schallenkamp William Shorma

James Siemens

Bob Thimjon

17

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT

18


JA SPECIAL EVENTS Golf Events

Bowl-a-Thon

Over $168,000 was raised during the golf events held in the

Over $200,000 was raised during the annual Bowl-a-Thon in the following South Dakota communities: ■ Aberdeen ■ Brookings ■ Canton ■ Huron ■ Mitchell ■ Northern Hills ■ Pierre/Ft. Pierre ■ Sioux Falls ■ Watertown ■ West Central ■ Yankton

following communities: ■ Dell Rapids ■ Pierre/Ft. Pierre ■ Rapid City ■ Sioux Falls

delL rapids | 32 gOLFERS | $2,400 gross

ABERDEEN Aberdeen Federal Credit Union

BROOKINGS Banner Associates, Inc.

CANTON Farmers State Bank

huron Bauman Agency, Inc.

mitchell Longfellow Elementary

northern hills Belle Butte Title Company

PIERRE/ft. pierre BankWest Financial Services

sioux falls Capital One

WEST CENTRAL Hartford Dental Clinic

yankton Home Federal Bank

Nearly 2,500 bowlers participated and raised funds for JA programming in their community.

Ryan Weverstad pierre/ft pierre | 72 gOLFERS | $7,000 gross

from Walmart in Yankton bowled a perfect game (300) during the Bowl-a-Thon.

RAPID CITY | 10 gOLFERS | $28,000 gross watertown Lions Club

thank you! Junior Achievement would like to thank the in-kind sponsors who made the 2012-13 special events a success. SIOUX FALLS | 41 gOLFERS | $122,000 gross

For a complete listing of Junior Achievement in-kind sponsors, please visit www.jasd.org. 20

19

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA SPECIAL EVENTS Golf Events

Bowl-a-Thon

Over $168,000 was raised during the golf events held in the

Over $200,000 was raised during the annual Bowl-a-Thon in the following South Dakota communities: ■ Aberdeen ■ Brookings ■ Canton ■ Huron ■ Mitchell ■ Northern Hills ■ Pierre/Ft. Pierre ■ Sioux Falls ■ Watertown ■ West Central ■ Yankton

following communities: ■ Dell Rapids ■ Pierre/Ft. Pierre ■ Rapid City ■ Sioux Falls

delL rapids | 32 gOLFERS | $2,400 gross

ABERDEEN Aberdeen Federal Credit Union

BROOKINGS Banner Associates, Inc.

CANTON Farmers State Bank

huron Bauman Agency, Inc.

mitchell Longfellow Elementary

northern hills Belle Butte Title Company

PIERRE/ft. pierre BankWest Financial Services

sioux falls Capital One

WEST CENTRAL Hartford Dental Clinic

yankton Home Federal Bank

Nearly 2,500 bowlers participated and raised funds for JA programming in their community.

Ryan Weverstad pierre/ft pierre | 72 gOLFERS | $7,000 gross

from Walmart in Yankton bowled a perfect game (300) during the Bowl-a-Thon.

RAPID CITY | 10 gOLFERS | $28,000 gross watertown Lions Club

thank you! Junior Achievement would like to thank the in-kind sponsors who made the 2012-13 special events a success. SIOUX FALLS | 41 gOLFERS | $122,000 gross

For a complete listing of Junior Achievement in-kind sponsors, please visit www.jasd.org. 20

19

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA area BOARDS Aberdeen

Sarah Perry, Falcon Plastics, Inc. Kris Seas, Larson Manufacturing Co. Erin Tetzlaff Paul Traynor, 3M

Canton Chair: Donna Hurley, Avera St. Luke’s Bob Compton, Dacotah Bank Holly Engelhart, Eide Bailly Chad Evans, Centennial Homes Evan Fonder, RDO Equipment Jen Hieb Lee Keller, Pierson Ford Pam Martyn, Dacotah Bank Lynne Nacke, Northern State University Jean Peterson, South Dakota Wheat Growers Bob Pitz, Aberdeen School District Grant Seaman, First State Bank Warner Kevin Simons, 3M Angela Steinbach, Aberdeen Catholic Schools Guy Trenhaile, HealthCare Plus Federal Credit Union Kacy Walker, Presentation College

Brandon Valley

Chair: Mary Entinger, Citi Kevin Callies Erika Dew, PREMIER Bankcard David Pappone, Brandon Valley School District Rachelle Strom, Tailgators Jenne VanWesten, U.S. Bank

Brookings

Chair: Kari Westlund, Best Choice Real Estate Vice Chair: Brad Wermers, Banner Associates Inc. Greg Fargen, BankStar Financial Stacie Horst, Daktronics Les Howard, Howard Wealth Management Jena Konkol, Dacotah Bank Trisha Leinen, Daktronics, Inc. Pam Merchant, Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity Dennis Miller, Capital Services Gary Mork, Brookings School District

Chair: Paul Gerhart, Sanford Canton-Inwood Medical Center Val Anderson, Farmers State Bank Leon Eich, Security Savings Bank Kari Elrod, Kari’s Kreations Shawn Sandnes, First Bank & Trust

Centerville

Chair: Shawn Johnson, Wells Fargo Education Financial Services Darren Hefty, Hefty Seed Company Brad Preheim, The Thomson Agency, Inc. Jacquelynn Skotvold Doug Voss, Centerville School District

Dell Rapids

Chair: Bruce Mogen, Home Federal Bank Teri Eddy, KMWF & Associates, PC Jessica Evans, South Eastern Council of Governments Shauna Hoglund, Cincinnati Insurance Kim Kludt, Dell Rapids School District Tom Morris, The Kelly Inns, Ltd. Patrick Mullaney, Citi Jessica Kruger-Schmidt Cindi Schmidt, New York Life

Huron

Chair: Bryan Smith, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Vice Chair: Pam Browning, First National Bank Louise Bauman, Bauman Agency Jim Bigelow, Broadland Creek Golf Course Jed Klein, Klein Appraisal Service Kristin Kline, Center for Independence Jill Luque, American Bank & Trust Denis Mahowald, BW Insurance Terry Nebelsick, Huron School District (liaison) Steve Ochsner, Huron Community Campus

DK Osier, Performance Radio Kelly Rotert, Huron School District Lisa Snedeker, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Chris Studer, South Dakota Farmer’s Union Laura Willemssen, Huron School District

Mark Reedstrom, Ash and Reedstrom Law Offices RJ Rieger, Great Western Bank Tom Schuneman, Schuneman Equipment Jan Scriver, State Farm Insurance Dan Snaza, Milbank School District Kathy Tyler, Tyler Computer Steve Wenzl, First Bank & Trust

Parker

Mitchell

Pierre/Ft. Pierre

Co-Chair: Charlie Cole, Hauge Associates Co-Chair: Mark Kasten, State Farm Insurance Amy Anderson, BlueSky Online School Keith Buckridge, Parker School District Shari Jensen, Boen and Associates Al Roeder

Lennox

Chair: Mary Brass Jerry Grabow, Temple Insurance Agency Amber Hoogestraat Jen Nielson

Madison

Chair: Ann Hyland, Heartland Consumers Power District Vice Chair: Julie Gross, Lake Area Improvement Corporation Sue Bergheim, Three Eagles Communication Company Dan Brown, Lammers, Kleibacker & Brown, LLP Amy Dockendorf, Dakota State University Karen Giles, Madison Elementary Michele Henriksen, Manitou Group Bob Sahr, East River Electric Power Cooperative Janet VanRosendale, Falcon Plastics Dan Walsh, Madison Elementary

Milbank

Chair: Brian Sandvig, Valley Queen Cheese Factory Vice Chair: Kevin Kouba, Otter Tail Power Lance Bien, Bien Pharmacy Linda Foos, Milbank School District Laura Foss Tim Graf, Milbank School District Dave Hepper, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Tim Lease, Milbank School District Sheryl Monson, St. Lawrence School Bob Paulson, Gesswein Motors Kristen Pearson Ash, Big Stone Therapies, Inc

Chair: Robert Schelske, First Dakota National Bank Vice Chair: Jeral Gross Dave Brooks, CorTrust Bank Steve Clark, GF Advertising Jacqson Collins, First National Bank South Dakota Greg Feiner, Innovative Systems Will Flett, Avera Queen of Peace Jacquelyn Johnson, Dice Financial Services Group Dustin Ludens, Morgan and Theeler Law Firm Megan Luther, Investigative Reporters and Editors Karmen McCain, Café Teresa Terra Plamp, ELO Prof. LLC Rich Platt, BankWest Becky Roth, L. B. Williams Elementary Julie VanOverschelde, Midcontinent Communications

Northern Hills

Chair: Dan Leikvold, Lead-Deadwood School District Vice Chair: David Peters, Spearfish School District Steve Biehl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Duke Boston, Duke Boston Agency Jodi Garcia, State Farm Insurance Julie Gardner, First Interstate Bank T.J. Gusso, First Interstate Bank Josh Horak, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Don Kirkegaard, Meade School District Meg Manke, Wharf Resources USA, Inc. Dan O’Shea, Pioneer Bank & Trust Wade Pehl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mathew Raba, Belle Fourche School District Brice Rock, Pioneer Bank & Trust Brenda Sabers, Sabers Farmers Union Insurance Hollie Stalder, Butte County Post Todd Unterbrunner, First National Bank Boyce Voorhees, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mindy Zacher, Belle Butte Title Company

Chair: Tina Van Camp, American State Bank Vice Chair: Taya Runyan, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Verne Brakke, Brakke Financial Services Scott Carbonneau, BankWest Rob Coverdale, T.F. Riggs High School Robin Crist, Robin’s Rockin Outdoors Clay Cudmore, South Dakota Community Foundation Greg Goodman, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Scott Isburg, Isburg Hofmeister Funeral Chapel Shawn Lyons, South Dakota Retailers Association Rory McKittrick, Eagle Creek Software Dan Rice, Clausen & Rice, LLP Pamela Roberts, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Sarah Snyder, Avera Medical Group Pierre

Rapid City

Chair: Kelly Buntrock, First Interstate Bank Vice Chair: Sandi Mickley, Pete Lien & Sons Brian Blenner, Rapid City Police Department Shannon Brinker, Rapid City Journal Michelle Bruno, GE Capital Cary Davis, General Beadle Elementary Mike Derby, Canyon Lake Resort Sarah Folsland, Black Hills Corporation Kent Hagg, Whiting, Hagg, Hagg, Dorsey and Hagg Sarah Hermsen, Rapid City Regional Hospital Ron Hill Brad Jungwirth, South Canyon Elementary Andrew Knutson, Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP Kevin Maher, GE Capital Dr. Timothy Mitchell, Rapid City School District Rachel Nordby, Abbott Medical Optics Michelle Pahl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Don Policky, Big D Oil Dana Reil, U.S. Bank

Matt Sargent, Pennington County Sheriff’s Office Sandra Schwan, Great Western Bank Jody Sperlich, Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau Mutch Usera, Black Hills Power

Sioux Falls

Chair: Dick Gustaf, TSP Vice Chair: Tom Van Wyhe, Trane Secretary: Mark Powell, Midcontinent Communications Dennis Aanenson, A&B Business Solutions Bill Allen, Showplace Wood Products Dave Bangasser, Dacotah Bank Tom Bosch, Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP Rod Carlson, Sanford Health Bernie DeWald, McKinneyOlson Insurance Gary Gaspar, Interstate Office Products, Inc. Curt Hohman, Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center TJ Hora, First PREMIER Bank Michael Kedik, Lipezky’s Irrigation and Landscape Randy Knecht, Sioux Falls Construction Dr. Don Kosiak, Avera Health Mitch Krebs Eric Krouse, U.S. Bank Ruth Krystopolski, Sanford Health Liz Lloyd, Lloyd Companies Pat Lund, Grand Falls Resort Joan Mahoney, O’Gorman High School Mary Medema, Sioux Falls Development Foundation Wayne Miller, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mike Milstead, Minnehaha County Sheriff Julie Nelson, Great Western Bank Kristine O’Connell, Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith, PC Dr. Laura Raeder, Sioux Falls School District Tim Reuer, Sammons Financial Group Anthony Schmidt, Raven Industries Ken Stork, Citi Paul Ten Haken, ClickRain Pam Tiefenthaler, Sioux Falls Christian Schools Bob Trader, Hy-Vee Food Store Mike Westberg, Home Federal Bank

Tea

Chair: Stephanie Fritz, Citi Jodi Beehler, Sammons Financial Group Jeremy Keizer, Reliabank John Lawler, McGreevy & Associates Melissa Schmiedt, Midcontinent Communications Randy Shaull, Sammons Financial Group

22

21

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


JA area BOARDS Aberdeen

Sarah Perry, Falcon Plastics, Inc. Kris Seas, Larson Manufacturing Co. Erin Tetzlaff Paul Traynor, 3M

Canton Chair: Donna Hurley, Avera St. Luke’s Bob Compton, Dacotah Bank Holly Engelhart, Eide Bailly Chad Evans, Centennial Homes Evan Fonder, RDO Equipment Jen Hieb Lee Keller, Pierson Ford Pam Martyn, Dacotah Bank Lynne Nacke, Northern State University Jean Peterson, South Dakota Wheat Growers Bob Pitz, Aberdeen School District Grant Seaman, First State Bank Warner Kevin Simons, 3M Angela Steinbach, Aberdeen Catholic Schools Guy Trenhaile, HealthCare Plus Federal Credit Union Kacy Walker, Presentation College

Brandon Valley

Chair: Mary Entinger, Citi Kevin Callies Erika Dew, PREMIER Bankcard David Pappone, Brandon Valley School District Rachelle Strom, Tailgators Jenne VanWesten, U.S. Bank

Brookings

Chair: Kari Westlund, Best Choice Real Estate Vice Chair: Brad Wermers, Banner Associates Inc. Greg Fargen, BankStar Financial Stacie Horst, Daktronics Les Howard, Howard Wealth Management Jena Konkol, Dacotah Bank Trisha Leinen, Daktronics, Inc. Pam Merchant, Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity Dennis Miller, Capital Services Gary Mork, Brookings School District

Chair: Paul Gerhart, Sanford Canton-Inwood Medical Center Val Anderson, Farmers State Bank Leon Eich, Security Savings Bank Kari Elrod, Kari’s Kreations Shawn Sandnes, First Bank & Trust

Centerville

Chair: Shawn Johnson, Wells Fargo Education Financial Services Darren Hefty, Hefty Seed Company Brad Preheim, The Thomson Agency, Inc. Jacquelynn Skotvold Doug Voss, Centerville School District

Dell Rapids

Chair: Bruce Mogen, Home Federal Bank Teri Eddy, KMWF & Associates, PC Jessica Evans, South Eastern Council of Governments Shauna Hoglund, Cincinnati Insurance Kim Kludt, Dell Rapids School District Tom Morris, The Kelly Inns, Ltd. Patrick Mullaney, Citi Jessica Kruger-Schmidt Cindi Schmidt, New York Life

Huron

Chair: Bryan Smith, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Vice Chair: Pam Browning, First National Bank Louise Bauman, Bauman Agency Jim Bigelow, Broadland Creek Golf Course Jed Klein, Klein Appraisal Service Kristin Kline, Center for Independence Jill Luque, American Bank & Trust Denis Mahowald, BW Insurance Terry Nebelsick, Huron School District (liaison) Steve Ochsner, Huron Community Campus

DK Osier, Performance Radio Kelly Rotert, Huron School District Lisa Snedeker, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Chris Studer, South Dakota Farmer’s Union Laura Willemssen, Huron School District

Mark Reedstrom, Ash and Reedstrom Law Offices RJ Rieger, Great Western Bank Tom Schuneman, Schuneman Equipment Jan Scriver, State Farm Insurance Dan Snaza, Milbank School District Kathy Tyler, Tyler Computer Steve Wenzl, First Bank & Trust

Parker

Mitchell

Pierre/Ft. Pierre

Co-Chair: Charlie Cole, Hauge Associates Co-Chair: Mark Kasten, State Farm Insurance Amy Anderson, BlueSky Online School Keith Buckridge, Parker School District Shari Jensen, Boen and Associates Al Roeder

Lennox

Chair: Mary Brass Jerry Grabow, Temple Insurance Agency Amber Hoogestraat Jen Nielson

Madison

Chair: Ann Hyland, Heartland Consumers Power District Vice Chair: Julie Gross, Lake Area Improvement Corporation Sue Bergheim, Three Eagles Communication Company Dan Brown, Lammers, Kleibacker & Brown, LLP Amy Dockendorf, Dakota State University Karen Giles, Madison Elementary Michele Henriksen, Manitou Group Bob Sahr, East River Electric Power Cooperative Janet VanRosendale, Falcon Plastics Dan Walsh, Madison Elementary

Milbank

Chair: Brian Sandvig, Valley Queen Cheese Factory Vice Chair: Kevin Kouba, Otter Tail Power Lance Bien, Bien Pharmacy Linda Foos, Milbank School District Laura Foss Tim Graf, Milbank School District Dave Hepper, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Tim Lease, Milbank School District Sheryl Monson, St. Lawrence School Bob Paulson, Gesswein Motors Kristen Pearson Ash, Big Stone Therapies, Inc

Chair: Robert Schelske, First Dakota National Bank Vice Chair: Jeral Gross Dave Brooks, CorTrust Bank Steve Clark, GF Advertising Jacqson Collins, First National Bank South Dakota Greg Feiner, Innovative Systems Will Flett, Avera Queen of Peace Jacquelyn Johnson, Dice Financial Services Group Dustin Ludens, Morgan and Theeler Law Firm Megan Luther, Investigative Reporters and Editors Karmen McCain, Café Teresa Terra Plamp, ELO Prof. LLC Rich Platt, BankWest Becky Roth, L. B. Williams Elementary Julie VanOverschelde, Midcontinent Communications

Northern Hills

Chair: Dan Leikvold, Lead-Deadwood School District Vice Chair: David Peters, Spearfish School District Steve Biehl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Duke Boston, Duke Boston Agency Jodi Garcia, State Farm Insurance Julie Gardner, First Interstate Bank T.J. Gusso, First Interstate Bank Josh Horak, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Don Kirkegaard, Meade School District Meg Manke, Wharf Resources USA, Inc. Dan O’Shea, Pioneer Bank & Trust Wade Pehl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mathew Raba, Belle Fourche School District Brice Rock, Pioneer Bank & Trust Brenda Sabers, Sabers Farmers Union Insurance Hollie Stalder, Butte County Post Todd Unterbrunner, First National Bank Boyce Voorhees, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mindy Zacher, Belle Butte Title Company

Chair: Tina Van Camp, American State Bank Vice Chair: Taya Runyan, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Verne Brakke, Brakke Financial Services Scott Carbonneau, BankWest Rob Coverdale, T.F. Riggs High School Robin Crist, Robin’s Rockin Outdoors Clay Cudmore, South Dakota Community Foundation Greg Goodman, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Scott Isburg, Isburg Hofmeister Funeral Chapel Shawn Lyons, South Dakota Retailers Association Rory McKittrick, Eagle Creek Software Dan Rice, Clausen & Rice, LLP Pamela Roberts, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Sarah Snyder, Avera Medical Group Pierre

Rapid City

Chair: Kelly Buntrock, First Interstate Bank Vice Chair: Sandi Mickley, Pete Lien & Sons Brian Blenner, Rapid City Police Department Shannon Brinker, Rapid City Journal Michelle Bruno, GE Capital Cary Davis, General Beadle Elementary Mike Derby, Canyon Lake Resort Sarah Folsland, Black Hills Corporation Kent Hagg, Whiting, Hagg, Hagg, Dorsey and Hagg Sarah Hermsen, Rapid City Regional Hospital Ron Hill Brad Jungwirth, South Canyon Elementary Andrew Knutson, Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP Kevin Maher, GE Capital Dr. Timothy Mitchell, Rapid City School District Rachel Nordby, Abbott Medical Optics Michelle Pahl, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Don Policky, Big D Oil Dana Reil, U.S. Bank

Matt Sargent, Pennington County Sheriff’s Office Sandra Schwan, Great Western Bank Jody Sperlich, Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau Mutch Usera, Black Hills Power

Sioux Falls

Chair: Dick Gustaf, TSP Vice Chair: Tom Van Wyhe, Trane Secretary: Mark Powell, Midcontinent Communications Dennis Aanenson, A&B Business Solutions Bill Allen, Showplace Wood Products Dave Bangasser, Dacotah Bank Tom Bosch, Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center Dean Buckneberg, Eide Bailly, LLP Rod Carlson, Sanford Health Bernie DeWald, McKinneyOlson Insurance Gary Gaspar, Interstate Office Products, Inc. Curt Hohman, Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center TJ Hora, First PREMIER Bank Michael Kedik, Lipezky’s Irrigation and Landscape Randy Knecht, Sioux Falls Construction Dr. Don Kosiak, Avera Health Mitch Krebs Eric Krouse, U.S. Bank Ruth Krystopolski, Sanford Health Liz Lloyd, Lloyd Companies Pat Lund, Grand Falls Resort Joan Mahoney, O’Gorman High School Mary Medema, Sioux Falls Development Foundation Wayne Miller, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Mike Milstead, Minnehaha County Sheriff Julie Nelson, Great Western Bank Kristine O’Connell, Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith, PC Dr. Laura Raeder, Sioux Falls School District Tim Reuer, Sammons Financial Group Anthony Schmidt, Raven Industries Ken Stork, Citi Paul Ten Haken, ClickRain Pam Tiefenthaler, Sioux Falls Christian Schools Bob Trader, Hy-Vee Food Store Mike Westberg, Home Federal Bank

Tea

Chair: Stephanie Fritz, Citi Jodi Beehler, Sammons Financial Group Jeremy Keizer, Reliabank John Lawler, McGreevy & Associates Melissa Schmiedt, Midcontinent Communications Randy Shaull, Sammons Financial Group

22

21

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Vermillion

Chair: Ric Rasmussen, Rasmussen Motors Tasha Anderson, University of South Dakota Shannon Fairholm, Vermillion School Board Dr. Mark Froke, Vermillion School District Joe Hoose, SESDAC Scott Munger, PrintSource Paul Preister, Bank of the West Lynne Roach, University of South Dakota Layne Stewart, Clay County Emergency Management Craig Thompson, Thompson Law Alexis Tracy, Union County State Attorney’s Office Dr. Mel Ustad, Governor’s Office of Economic Development Sarah Wolforth, Jolley Elementary School

Watertown

Chair: Jason Hutt, Hy-Vee Food Store Carmen Bakken, Cherry Berry Ryan Boschee, Great Western Bank Morrie Comes, Wight, Comes and Sogn Funeral Chapel Liz Christianson, Boys & Girls Club of Watertown Tammy Davis, Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc. John Decker, Mellette Elementary Tammy DeLange, Lincoln Elementary Mark Dunn, First PREMIER Bank David Falconer, Sanford Clinic Watertown Kip Hansen, Dacotah Bank Julie Hibbert, TEREX Utilities Brenda McKee, Home Federal Bank Tim Oviatt, Public Opinion Dan Roberts, Walmart Heidi Schooley, National American University John Small, Community Recreation Center Darrell Stacey, Watertown School District Deb Stanley, Best Western Ramkota Hotel Louise Towle, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Toby Wishard, Codington County Sheriff’s Department

West Central

Co-Chair: Vonnie Barnett, CAPITAL Card Services Co-Chair: Scott Nelson, KTTW Fox 7 Matt Alley, West Central Elementary - Humboldt Emily Berg, First Manufacturing James Gordon, Reliabank Kristi Leisinger, Copperleaf Consulting Group Dianna Tyler, West Central Elementary – Hartford

Yankton

Chair: Deb Specht, Vision Real Estate Vice Chair: Jamie Schaefer, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Terra Fisher, Terra Fischer Consulting, LLC Susie Frick, First Dakota National Bank Tom Hausmann, SMART Training Steve Pietila, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Kathy Quinlivan, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Beth Roesler, Johnson, Miner, Marlow, Woodward, and Huff Prof. LLC Justin Wagner, First National Bank SD

Statewide Expansion Achievement Foundation CenturyLink CNA Surety Credit Union Association of the Dakotas Dana Dykhouse Jarrod and Amber Edelen Andrew and Kayla Eitreim Tim and Kristie Fiegen Resa Fincher Rod and Glenna Fouberg Great Western Bank Curt Hage Monte and Deb Hanson Home Federal Bank UPS Foundation Al Kurtenbach Don Marker Wade Pehl John Porter Sanford Health South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association Sheldon F. Reese Foundation James Siemens Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation South Dakota Bankers Association South Dakota Community Foundation South Dakota Retailers Association State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co. Janice Sutera Walmart Spencer Wilcox Aberdeen 3M Company A&B Business Solutions Aberdeen American News Aberdeen Development Corporation Aberdeen Federal Credit Union Aberdeen Optimist Club Aberdeen Sertoma Club, Inc. Avera St. Luke’s BAE Systems Kimberly Bowman Kerry Brandenburger Centennial Homes, Inc. C-Express Bob Compton CorTrust Bank Dacotah Bank Aberdeen Dacotah Banks, Inc. Dakota Broadcasting Mary Davis Double D Body Shop Eide Bailly, LLP Holly Engelhart Chad Evans Evergreen Supply

Kristen Fauth First State Bank Evan Fonder Robert and Erin Fouberg Rod and Glenna Fouberg Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation Great Western Bank Grote Brothers Body Shop HealthCare Plus Federal Credit Union Home Federal Bank Hub Music and Vending Co. Donna Hurley Investment Centers of America JDH Construction Nancy Kappes Ken’s SuperFair Foods Kesslers Food and Drug Kiwanis Club - Aberdeen LB Insurance JoEllen Lindner Pam Martyn Max and Erma’s Midcontinent Communications Lynne Nacke Northern State University Northern Valley Communications NorthWestern Energy Jean Peterson Plains Commerce Bank Presentation College Presentation Sisters, PBVM RDO Equipment Co. Rhodes Group Tracy Roesch Runnings Farm and Fleet Russcol Productions Lori Salfrank Sanford Health Grant Seaman Kevin Simons South Dakota Wheat Growers Angela Steinbach Steven Lust Automotive Target Taylor Insurance Agency Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Thomas Tobin Guy Trenhaile U.S. Bank VisionCare Associates Cheri Walker Walmart Warner/Stratford Lions Club Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Clark Wold Wooden Mallet Brandon Valley 212 The Boiling Point Alliance Communication Cooperative, Inc. Brandon Bookkeeping Services

JA investors Brandon Chiropractic Brandon Community Foundation Brandon Edge Brandon Elementary PTA Brandon Health Mart Pharmacy Brandon Lions Brandon Valley Middle School PTSO Brandon Valley Optimist Club Kevin Callies Casey’s General Store Crimson Fire Apparatus Erika Dew Eastern Farmers Coop Mary Entinger Fred Assam Elementary PTA Todd Headrick HJN Team Real Estate Home Federal Bank Jay Egge Automatic Service, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Marv’s Sanitary Service, Inc. Midwest Railcar Repair Minnco Homes, Inc. Pace Manufacturing Robert Bennis Elementary School Roger Hunt, Attorney Sanford Health Sioux Valley Energy Sunshine Foods/Tony’s Catering The Stylin’ Bahr Thrivent Financial Valley Springs Body Shop Valley Springs Elementary PTA Jan Woerman York Childrens Foundation Brookings 3M Company AvailAbility Employment Services & Staffing Avera Brookings Medical Clinic B & B Auto, Inc. BankStar Financial Banner Associates, Inc. Best Choice Real Estate Victoria Blatchford Bowes Construction Brian J. Hildebrandt CPA, PC Brookings Equipment, Inc. CAPTIAL Services Central Business Supply Clites Electric Counterpart, Inc. Courtesy Plumbing Dacotah Bank Dakotah Gold Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Daktronics, Inc. Edward Jones - Jim Winterboer Einspahr Auto Plaza

Ekern Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning Expanding Harmony Dance Studio Falcon Plastics, Inc. Greg Fargen Farmers Implement & Irrigation First Bank & Trust First National Bank - Volga Fourteen Foods Gentle Doctor Animal Hospital George Dokken Post 2118 Veterans of Foreign Wars Glover Helsper, P.C. Gustafson Krogman & Associates Hawley Insurance Services Hicks Enterprises Dr. Richard Holm Home Federal Bank Stacie Horst Howard Wealth Management Hruby Dental Clinic Hungerford Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Hy-Vee Food Store Vicki Jensen Craig Johnson Jena Konkol Al Kurtenbach L. G. Everist, Inc. Trisha Leinen Lewis Drug Stores M & S Cleaning Martin Oil Pam Merchant Merchant Job Training and Safety MetaBank - Brookings Dr. David Meyer Midwest Glass Millborn Seeds, Inc. Dennis Miller Mills Construction, Inc. Gary Mork Nagel’s Bump & Paint NorthWestern Energy Sarah Perry Perry Electric Burlage Peterson Peterson Auctions, Inc. Prussman Construction Ramsdell’s Royal Plastics, Inc. Rude’s Funeral Home Sanford Health Schuneman Equipment Company SCSA Diagnostic Kristen Seas Sioux Valley Alumni & Friends Foundation Sioux Valley Energy Slumberland

South Dakota Soybean Processors Steven J. Britzman, Attorney at Law Jaysen Stevenson SV Elementary PTO Taco John’s Dr. Ron R. Tesch TransCanada Northern Border Inc. Les Tuma W W Tire Service Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Brad Wermers Kari Westlund Canton Canton Dental Clinic Canton Lions Club Canton Rotary Club Eastern Farmers Cooperative Leon Eich Farmers State Bank First Bank & Trust Paul Gerhart Home Federal Bank Knology, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Midcontinent Communications Sanford Health Security Savings Bank Sunshine Foods Centerville Centerville 125th Committee Centerville Chamber of Commerce Centerville Public Schools Centerville Rotary Club Knology, Inc. Sanford Health Dell Rapids Blooms on Main BX Civil & Construction, Inc. County Fair Food Store Credit Union Association of the Dakotas Dairy Queen Deli of Dell Rapids Dells Auto Dells Diesel Service Dells Forward Youth Dells Materials Dells Rocky Run Golf Course Teri Eddy Jessica Evans Executive Recruiting Consultants, Inc. Golden West Telecommunications Chad Hansen Hansen Real Estate Company, LLC Hip Hop Shop 24

23

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Vermillion

Chair: Ric Rasmussen, Rasmussen Motors Tasha Anderson, University of South Dakota Shannon Fairholm, Vermillion School Board Dr. Mark Froke, Vermillion School District Joe Hoose, SESDAC Scott Munger, PrintSource Paul Preister, Bank of the West Lynne Roach, University of South Dakota Layne Stewart, Clay County Emergency Management Craig Thompson, Thompson Law Alexis Tracy, Union County State Attorney’s Office Dr. Mel Ustad, Governor’s Office of Economic Development Sarah Wolforth, Jolley Elementary School

Watertown

Chair: Jason Hutt, Hy-Vee Food Store Carmen Bakken, Cherry Berry Ryan Boschee, Great Western Bank Morrie Comes, Wight, Comes and Sogn Funeral Chapel Liz Christianson, Boys & Girls Club of Watertown Tammy Davis, Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc. John Decker, Mellette Elementary Tammy DeLange, Lincoln Elementary Mark Dunn, First PREMIER Bank David Falconer, Sanford Clinic Watertown Kip Hansen, Dacotah Bank Julie Hibbert, TEREX Utilities Brenda McKee, Home Federal Bank Tim Oviatt, Public Opinion Dan Roberts, Walmart Heidi Schooley, National American University John Small, Community Recreation Center Darrell Stacey, Watertown School District Deb Stanley, Best Western Ramkota Hotel Louise Towle, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Toby Wishard, Codington County Sheriff’s Department

West Central

Co-Chair: Vonnie Barnett, CAPITAL Card Services Co-Chair: Scott Nelson, KTTW Fox 7 Matt Alley, West Central Elementary - Humboldt Emily Berg, First Manufacturing James Gordon, Reliabank Kristi Leisinger, Copperleaf Consulting Group Dianna Tyler, West Central Elementary – Hartford

Yankton

Chair: Deb Specht, Vision Real Estate Vice Chair: Jamie Schaefer, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Terra Fisher, Terra Fischer Consulting, LLC Susie Frick, First Dakota National Bank Tom Hausmann, SMART Training Steve Pietila, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Kathy Quinlivan, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Beth Roesler, Johnson, Miner, Marlow, Woodward, and Huff Prof. LLC Justin Wagner, First National Bank SD

Statewide Expansion Achievement Foundation CenturyLink CNA Surety Credit Union Association of the Dakotas Dana Dykhouse Jarrod and Amber Edelen Andrew and Kayla Eitreim Tim and Kristie Fiegen Resa Fincher Rod and Glenna Fouberg Great Western Bank Curt Hage Monte and Deb Hanson Home Federal Bank UPS Foundation Al Kurtenbach Don Marker Wade Pehl John Porter Sanford Health South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association Sheldon F. Reese Foundation James Siemens Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation South Dakota Bankers Association South Dakota Community Foundation South Dakota Retailers Association State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co. Janice Sutera Walmart Spencer Wilcox Aberdeen 3M Company A&B Business Solutions Aberdeen American News Aberdeen Development Corporation Aberdeen Federal Credit Union Aberdeen Optimist Club Aberdeen Sertoma Club, Inc. Avera St. Luke’s BAE Systems Kimberly Bowman Kerry Brandenburger Centennial Homes, Inc. C-Express Bob Compton CorTrust Bank Dacotah Bank Aberdeen Dacotah Banks, Inc. Dakota Broadcasting Mary Davis Double D Body Shop Eide Bailly, LLP Holly Engelhart Chad Evans Evergreen Supply

Kristen Fauth First State Bank Evan Fonder Robert and Erin Fouberg Rod and Glenna Fouberg Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation Great Western Bank Grote Brothers Body Shop HealthCare Plus Federal Credit Union Home Federal Bank Hub Music and Vending Co. Donna Hurley Investment Centers of America JDH Construction Nancy Kappes Ken’s SuperFair Foods Kesslers Food and Drug Kiwanis Club - Aberdeen LB Insurance JoEllen Lindner Pam Martyn Max and Erma’s Midcontinent Communications Lynne Nacke Northern State University Northern Valley Communications NorthWestern Energy Jean Peterson Plains Commerce Bank Presentation College Presentation Sisters, PBVM RDO Equipment Co. Rhodes Group Tracy Roesch Runnings Farm and Fleet Russcol Productions Lori Salfrank Sanford Health Grant Seaman Kevin Simons South Dakota Wheat Growers Angela Steinbach Steven Lust Automotive Target Taylor Insurance Agency Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Thomas Tobin Guy Trenhaile U.S. Bank VisionCare Associates Cheri Walker Walmart Warner/Stratford Lions Club Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Clark Wold Wooden Mallet Brandon Valley 212 The Boiling Point Alliance Communication Cooperative, Inc. Brandon Bookkeeping Services

JA investors Brandon Chiropractic Brandon Community Foundation Brandon Edge Brandon Elementary PTA Brandon Health Mart Pharmacy Brandon Lions Brandon Valley Middle School PTSO Brandon Valley Optimist Club Kevin Callies Casey’s General Store Crimson Fire Apparatus Erika Dew Eastern Farmers Coop Mary Entinger Fred Assam Elementary PTA Todd Headrick HJN Team Real Estate Home Federal Bank Jay Egge Automatic Service, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Marv’s Sanitary Service, Inc. Midwest Railcar Repair Minnco Homes, Inc. Pace Manufacturing Robert Bennis Elementary School Roger Hunt, Attorney Sanford Health Sioux Valley Energy Sunshine Foods/Tony’s Catering The Stylin’ Bahr Thrivent Financial Valley Springs Body Shop Valley Springs Elementary PTA Jan Woerman York Childrens Foundation Brookings 3M Company AvailAbility Employment Services & Staffing Avera Brookings Medical Clinic B & B Auto, Inc. BankStar Financial Banner Associates, Inc. Best Choice Real Estate Victoria Blatchford Bowes Construction Brian J. Hildebrandt CPA, PC Brookings Equipment, Inc. CAPTIAL Services Central Business Supply Clites Electric Counterpart, Inc. Courtesy Plumbing Dacotah Bank Dakotah Gold Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Daktronics, Inc. Edward Jones - Jim Winterboer Einspahr Auto Plaza

Ekern Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning Expanding Harmony Dance Studio Falcon Plastics, Inc. Greg Fargen Farmers Implement & Irrigation First Bank & Trust First National Bank - Volga Fourteen Foods Gentle Doctor Animal Hospital George Dokken Post 2118 Veterans of Foreign Wars Glover Helsper, P.C. Gustafson Krogman & Associates Hawley Insurance Services Hicks Enterprises Dr. Richard Holm Home Federal Bank Stacie Horst Howard Wealth Management Hruby Dental Clinic Hungerford Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Hy-Vee Food Store Vicki Jensen Craig Johnson Jena Konkol Al Kurtenbach L. G. Everist, Inc. Trisha Leinen Lewis Drug Stores M & S Cleaning Martin Oil Pam Merchant Merchant Job Training and Safety MetaBank - Brookings Dr. David Meyer Midwest Glass Millborn Seeds, Inc. Dennis Miller Mills Construction, Inc. Gary Mork Nagel’s Bump & Paint NorthWestern Energy Sarah Perry Perry Electric Burlage Peterson Peterson Auctions, Inc. Prussman Construction Ramsdell’s Royal Plastics, Inc. Rude’s Funeral Home Sanford Health Schuneman Equipment Company SCSA Diagnostic Kristen Seas Sioux Valley Alumni & Friends Foundation Sioux Valley Energy Slumberland

South Dakota Soybean Processors Steven J. Britzman, Attorney at Law Jaysen Stevenson SV Elementary PTO Taco John’s Dr. Ron R. Tesch TransCanada Northern Border Inc. Les Tuma W W Tire Service Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Brad Wermers Kari Westlund Canton Canton Dental Clinic Canton Lions Club Canton Rotary Club Eastern Farmers Cooperative Leon Eich Farmers State Bank First Bank & Trust Paul Gerhart Home Federal Bank Knology, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Midcontinent Communications Sanford Health Security Savings Bank Sunshine Foods Centerville Centerville 125th Committee Centerville Chamber of Commerce Centerville Public Schools Centerville Rotary Club Knology, Inc. Sanford Health Dell Rapids Blooms on Main BX Civil & Construction, Inc. County Fair Food Store Credit Union Association of the Dakotas Dairy Queen Deli of Dell Rapids Dells Auto Dells Diesel Service Dells Forward Youth Dells Materials Dells Rocky Run Golf Course Teri Eddy Jessica Evans Executive Recruiting Consultants, Inc. Golden West Telecommunications Chad Hansen Hansen Real Estate Company, LLC Hip Hop Shop 24

23

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Home Federal Bank Kahler Financial Services Kahler Funeral Home KMWF & Associates, PC L. G. Everist, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Luxury 5 Cinema Microsoft Corporation Minnehaha Funeral Home Bruce Mogen Tom Morris Patrick and Brenda Mullaney David O’Hara Old 77 Bar & Grille Pam Russo Sanford Health Schwebach Insurance and Real Estate Sioux Valley Energy St. Mary’s Booster Club Natalie Sundvold T & C Mobile Troy’s Wood Specialties Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Huron A&B Business Solutions American Bank & Trust American Trust Insurance Avail Wealth Management, LLC Bank of the West Banner Engineering Corp. Barti Metal Barton’s Heating & Cooling Louise Bauman Beta Gamma Sorority Jim Bigelow Jim Borszich Brian J. Davidson Insurance Agency, Inc. Burnison, Inc. BW Insurance Agency, Inc. Canadian Pacific Churchill, Manolis, Freeman, Kludt, Shelton & Burns Coborn’s Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Coldwell Banker Action Realty Creative Printing Curt’s Heating & Cooling Dakota Energy Cooperative, Inc. Dakota Family Dentistry Dakota Provisions Dakotaland Feeds, LLC Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Dr. Brenon Farmer’s Office Dr. Mark Belyea’s Office Dr. Thomas Hajek’s Office Duane’s Carpet Outlet, Inc. East River Nursery Edney Distributing Eyeopener Lions Club of Huron Farmers Union Service Association Ferguson Electric

First National Bank South Dakota First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Fosheim, Haberstick & Hutchinson Fuchs Orthodontics Bush Fullerton Harrington & Associates, Ltd. Huron Cinema 3 Huron Clinic Huron Lioness Club Huron Noon Lions Club Huron Regional Medical Center Huron Sertoma Club (Mens) Huron Title Company Huron Vision Center, LLC James Valley Veterinary Clinic Sharon Kienow Kiwanis Club of Huron Kristin Kline Kuhler Funeral Home Landstrom Photo Loft Lewis Drug Stores Jill Luque Meyer Modernizing Midcontinent Communications Muth Electric NorthWestern Energy Steve Ochsner Office Peeps Olsen Implement DK Osier Overbuilt, Inc. PB Sports Screen Printing & Embroidery Picek Construction Pierce & Harris Engineering Potter’s Quality Footwear Prostrollo Motor Sales, Inc. Mark Puterbaugh Rainbow Flower Shop Scott Rutledge Sanford Health Schoenhard Ford Sertoma Club - Huron (Noon) Sibley Motor, Inc. Skyways Travel Bryan and Teresa Smith Lisa Snedeker Snow, Huether & Coyle South Dakota Farm Bureau Federation South Dakota Farmers Union Tailgate Restaurant & Lounge Mike Taplett The Clothing Company The New Plains Trussbilt, Inc. Tschetter & Hohm Clinic, P.C. Nancy Vandoren Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West Way Trailers/Under the Sun/ PHC, Inc. Wheeler, Erickson, Wheeler, LLP

Wiedenman Construction Lennox Billion Automotive Mary Brass Home Federal Bank Amber Hoogestraat Knology, Inc. Lennox Area Community Fund Lewis Drug Stores POET Biorefining Ringen Dental Clinic Sanford Health Security State Bank Sioux Steel Company Temple Insurance Agency Valley Exchange Bank Madison AmericInn Lodge & Suites Assist Financial Services, Inc./ Continental Transportation B & G Transportation, Inc. Be Online, Inc. Bethel Lutheran Home Dan Brown Monica Campbell Central Business Supply Classic Corner CU Mortgage Direct Custom Touch Homes Dairy Queen - Jode, Inc. Dakota Ethanol, LLC Dakota State University Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Amy Dockendorf Dr. Derrill Hanson’s Office East River Electric Power Coop East River Federal Credit Union Eyecare Center F & M Coop Oil Co. Falcon Plastics, Inc. Farmers Insurance Group First Bank & Trust Gehl Company Gerry Elpert, DDS, Dental Office Getting Well Chiropractic Karen Giles Great Western Bank Julie Gross Dr. Mark Hawkes Heartland Consumers Power District Michele Henriksen Heritage Senior Living Linda Hilde HJN Team Real Estate Ann Hyland Interlakes Medical Center Jack’s ‘The Meat Store’ Cold Storage James River Equipment Jason Maxwell, CPA Mechelle Johnson Johnson Jewelers, Inc.

Keppen Construction Kiwanis Club of Madison Knology, Inc. Cotton Koch Kolorworks Paint & Decorating, Inc. Kotten Insurance Krug Products, Inc. Lake County International Lakeview Realty Lammers, Kleibacker, and Brown LLP Landeen Insurance Larry Green, DDS Dental Office Leader Printing Company/Madison Daily Leader Lewis Drug Stores Madison Chiropractic Center Madison Community Hospital Madison Discount Liquor Madison Family Dental Madison Farmers Elevator Company Madison Lions Club Madison Middle School Madison Realty, Inc. Madison Vision Clinic Don Marker Midcontinent Communications Midwest Realty Joel Molascon Montgomery’s Furniture Outlet NorthWestern Energy One Stop Outer World Screen Printing & Design Philip Parent Power Promotions ProBuild Prostrollo Motor Company Rotary Club of Madison Bob Sahr Sanford Health Vince Schaefer Second Street Diner Secure Banking Solutions Silver Creek Production Clark Sinclair Sioux Valley Energy SODAK’s Marina LLC South Dakota Rural Water Stadium Sports Grill Stan’s Men’s & Women’s Apparel State Farm Insurance - Randy Schaefer Sunshine Foods Super 8 Motel The Insurance & Real Estate Market, Inc. The Shepherd Shop Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Janet VanRosendale Waddell & Reed Dan Walsh Weber Abstract Weiland Funeral Chapel

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wireless World Milbank 1st Choice Realty American Family Insurance Charlies Fischer Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Berens Warehouse Groceries Lance Bien Bien Pharmacy Big Stone Therapies, Inc. Bill’s Super Valu Boos & Grajczyk LLP Brewster Building Center Bryan Johnson, DDS Casey’s General Store Cenex C Store Conroy Eye Care Dakota Granite Company Edward Jones - Delvin Hackwirth First Bank & Trust Richard Fish Food-N-Fuel Gene Kiefer PA Gesswein Motors Golden Living Center Max and Jeanne Gonzenbach Tim Graf Great Western Bank Hanson Furniture Hardee’s Health First Chiropractic Dave Hepper Insurance Solutions Plus ITC - Milbank Kirby Hins LTD Koch Insurance Kevin Kouba Lantern Inn Restaurant Lantern Motel Liebe Drug Mark Bierschbach, DDS Midcontinent Communications Midwest Power Sports Milbank Area Hospital Avera Milbank Community Pride Milbank EyeCare Center Milbank Ford & Mercury Milbank Kiwanis Club Milbank Lions Club Milbank Parents Promoting Education Millstone Restaurant Mundwiler Funeral Home Rudy and Marilyn Nef Nelson Law Office Otter Tail Power Bob Paulson Kristen Pearson Ash Pizza Hut POET Biorefinery Mark Reedstrom Richards Carpet

RJ Rieger Brian and Janel Sandvig Tom Schuneman Schuneman Equipment Company Seehafer Hardware Dan Snaza St. Williams Nursing Home State Farm Insurance - Jan Scriver Street Graphix Subway - Milbank Taco Johns Titan Machinery Triple Dip Lodge Twin Valley Tire Tyler Computer Services, Inc. Unzen Motors Valley Queen Cheese Factory, Inc. Wapiti Medical Group Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Steve Wenzl West-Con William Coester, Attorney ZEMS Appliance TV Furniture & Floor Covering Mitchell A&B Business Solutions AAA Travel Agency Avera Medical Group Optometry Avera Queen of Peace Health Services BankWest of Mitchell Bauer Dental Studio Big Green, LLC Bittner Funeral Chapel Boyd Financial Services Dave Brooks BT Construction Cabela’s Retail, Inc. Carlon and Millar CARQUEST of Mitchell Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Cherrybees Floral & Gifts Chiropractic Center for Healthy Living Coborn’s, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Comfort Inn Corby Recreation Corn Palace Stampede, Inc. CorTrust Bank County Fair Food Store Culver’s Frozen Custard & ButterBurgers Daily Republic Dakota Manufacturing Dakota Physical Therapy Dakota Pump, Inc. Days Inn Dental Health Partners Dice Financial Services Group Ellefson Implement, Inc. Envision Eyecare Ethan Co-op Lumber

Exchange Club of Mitchell Farm Credit Services of America Farmers Trading Greg Feiner First Dakota National Bank First National Bank South Dakota Fischer, Rounds & Assoc. - Century 21 Floor to Ceiling Store GF Advertising Services Jeral Gross Hair Depot Hard Drive Central Harve’s Sport Shop Hendrickson Trailer Home Federal Bank Innovative Systems, LLC Iverson Chrysler Center Jack’s Campers Ryan Jensen Jacquelyn and Dusty Johnson Kiwanis Club of Mitchell KMIT/KOOL 98 Radio KQRN/Q107 Riverfront Broadcasting Krall Optometric Professional, LLC Lucid Megan Luther Luxury 5 Cinema - Mitchell Martin-Trudeau Insurance Agency Meyers Oil Company, Inc. Midcontinent Communications Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee Mitchell Area Charitable Foundation Mitchell Lions Club Mitchell Optimist Club Mitchell Orthopaedic Center Mitchell Telecom Montgomery Furniture Morgan, Theeler, Wheeler, Cogley & Petersen, L.L.P. Mueller Lumber Company Muth Electric Muth Properties NorthWestern Energy O.L. Bussmuss Construction Palace Builders Paulson Sheet Metal, Inc. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Terra Plamp Puetz Corporation Rotary Club of Mitchell Becky Roth S & M Printing Company Sanford Health Rob Schelske Schmucker, Paul, Nohr & Associates Schuh Painting Scott Supply Company, Inc. Suzanne Spink Steamway Cleaning Stifel Nicolaus Sun Gold Trophies

James D. Taylor Tessier’s, Inc. The Depot Tobin’s Transfer and Storage Trail King Industries, Inc. Twin Cities Fan Axial Division U.S. Bank Julie VanOverschelde Vantage Point Solutions Vern Eide - Ford Vern Eide - GM Vicki Clarke Endowment Walmart Hannah Walters Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Korrie Wenzel Northern Hills A&B Business Solutions Amann and Graslie DDS PC American Colloid Company American Family Insurance Barker Wilson Law Firm, LLP Bennett, Main and Gubbrud, PC Black Hills Federal Credit Union Bob Burnett Cammack Ranch Supply Central America, Inc. CLC & Assoc. CPA Crow Peak Brewing Dakota Territory Federal Credit Union Dana Dental Arts Day Morris Law Firm, LLP Deadwood Eyecare Deadwood Gulch Resort & Gaming Deadwood Lead Optimist Deadwood Resort LLC DJ Construction & Development, Inc. Duke Boston Agency E.T. Sports Elks Club F. L. Clarkson Family Foundation First Interstate BancSystem Foundation First Interstate Bank - Belle Fourche First Interstate Bank - Lead First Interstate Bank - Piedmont First Interstate Bank - Spearfish First Interstate Bank - Sturgis First National Bank - Sturgis First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Francis and Walter Green Foundation Jodi Garcia Glass Shop GoldCorp Golden Kiwanis Great Western Bank T.J. Gusso Hauck Electric & Controls, Inc. Highmark Federal Credit Union

Joshua Horak J&M Motors Jackson Dental Clinic Johnston’s Hardware Hank Kelly M. Klein Gift Fund Kiwanis Club of Lead Lantis Enterprises Lawrence and Schiller, Inc. Lead-Deadwood Elementary PTO Lead-Deadwood School District Elem. Student Council Dr. Dan Leikvold Liberty Tax Lions Club of Spearfish LPL Financial - Rapid City Lynn’s Dakotamart - Belle Fourche Lynn’s Dakotamart - Lead Lynn’s Dakotamart - Sturgis Meade County Title Company Midcontinent Communications Northern Black Hills Rotary Club Northern Hills Federal Credit Union Optimist Club of Spearfish Optimist Club of Sturgis Dan O’Shea Pamida - Sturgis Wade Pehl Perkins Restaurant David Peters Pete’s Clothing/Western Wear Pioneer Bank & Trust - Belle Fourche Pioneer Bank & Trust - Spearfish Pioneer Bank & Trust - Sturgis PL Carpentry Prestige Auto Sales Mathew Raba Ring Container Technology Chris Roberts Brice Rock Brenda Sabers Sabers Farmers Union Insurance Scott Peterson Motors Sharon E. Hoggatt, CPA, PC Spearfish Forest Products Spearfish Motors Hollie Stalder State Farm Insurance - Eric Fowler Strawn Law PC Sturgis Economic Development Corporation Sturgis Rally Charities Foundation Sturgis Regional Health The Homeslice Group The Mailmaster, LLC The Wells Fargo Foundation Twilight Inc. Todd Unterbrunner Boyce Voorhees Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West River Foundation Whites Canyon Ford Whites Queen City Motors

Wilde & Hunt, Prof. LLC Mindy Zacher Zonta Club of Sturgis Parker Charlie Cole Ethan Co-op Lumber Farmers State Bank Home Federal Bank Jensen Construction Services Mark Kasten Knology, Inc. Sanford Health Zimmer, Duncan and Cole Pierre/Ft. Pierre A&B Business Solutions American State Bank Avera Medical Group Pierre BankWest Brakke Financial Services Clausen & Rice, LLP Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Country Carpet Rob Coverdale Robin Crist Clay Cudmore Dakota Prairie Bank Delta Dental Plans Association Dentistry at the St. Charles, LLC Curt Everson Tim and Kristie Fiegen Fine Line Auto First National Bank Fischer Rounds & Associates, Inc. Foster Rentals Gary Snow & Associates Greg Goodman Hofer Seeds Home Federal Bank Isburg Funeral Chapels James River Broadcasting Kiwanis Club of Pierre-Ft. Pierre Paul Knecht Midcontinent Communications Midwest Construction and Development Missouri River Dentistry Morris, Inc. Olinger, Lovald, McCahren & Reimers, P.C. Pierre Dental Clinic - Dr. Bechtold and Dr. Thompson Pierre New Car Auto Dealers Association Pierre/Ft. Pierre Rotary Club Elling Ramsey Reinke Gray Wealth Management, Inc. Pamela Roberts Taya Runyan Sanford Health Schmitz Financial Smart Software Solutions, Inc. 26

25

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Home Federal Bank Kahler Financial Services Kahler Funeral Home KMWF & Associates, PC L. G. Everist, Inc. Lewis Drug Stores Luxury 5 Cinema Microsoft Corporation Minnehaha Funeral Home Bruce Mogen Tom Morris Patrick and Brenda Mullaney David O’Hara Old 77 Bar & Grille Pam Russo Sanford Health Schwebach Insurance and Real Estate Sioux Valley Energy St. Mary’s Booster Club Natalie Sundvold T & C Mobile Troy’s Wood Specialties Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Huron A&B Business Solutions American Bank & Trust American Trust Insurance Avail Wealth Management, LLC Bank of the West Banner Engineering Corp. Barti Metal Barton’s Heating & Cooling Louise Bauman Beta Gamma Sorority Jim Bigelow Jim Borszich Brian J. Davidson Insurance Agency, Inc. Burnison, Inc. BW Insurance Agency, Inc. Canadian Pacific Churchill, Manolis, Freeman, Kludt, Shelton & Burns Coborn’s Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Coldwell Banker Action Realty Creative Printing Curt’s Heating & Cooling Dakota Energy Cooperative, Inc. Dakota Family Dentistry Dakota Provisions Dakotaland Feeds, LLC Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Dr. Brenon Farmer’s Office Dr. Mark Belyea’s Office Dr. Thomas Hajek’s Office Duane’s Carpet Outlet, Inc. East River Nursery Edney Distributing Eyeopener Lions Club of Huron Farmers Union Service Association Ferguson Electric

First National Bank South Dakota First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Fosheim, Haberstick & Hutchinson Fuchs Orthodontics Bush Fullerton Harrington & Associates, Ltd. Huron Cinema 3 Huron Clinic Huron Lioness Club Huron Noon Lions Club Huron Regional Medical Center Huron Sertoma Club (Mens) Huron Title Company Huron Vision Center, LLC James Valley Veterinary Clinic Sharon Kienow Kiwanis Club of Huron Kristin Kline Kuhler Funeral Home Landstrom Photo Loft Lewis Drug Stores Jill Luque Meyer Modernizing Midcontinent Communications Muth Electric NorthWestern Energy Steve Ochsner Office Peeps Olsen Implement DK Osier Overbuilt, Inc. PB Sports Screen Printing & Embroidery Picek Construction Pierce & Harris Engineering Potter’s Quality Footwear Prostrollo Motor Sales, Inc. Mark Puterbaugh Rainbow Flower Shop Scott Rutledge Sanford Health Schoenhard Ford Sertoma Club - Huron (Noon) Sibley Motor, Inc. Skyways Travel Bryan and Teresa Smith Lisa Snedeker Snow, Huether & Coyle South Dakota Farm Bureau Federation South Dakota Farmers Union Tailgate Restaurant & Lounge Mike Taplett The Clothing Company The New Plains Trussbilt, Inc. Tschetter & Hohm Clinic, P.C. Nancy Vandoren Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West Way Trailers/Under the Sun/ PHC, Inc. Wheeler, Erickson, Wheeler, LLP

Wiedenman Construction Lennox Billion Automotive Mary Brass Home Federal Bank Amber Hoogestraat Knology, Inc. Lennox Area Community Fund Lewis Drug Stores POET Biorefining Ringen Dental Clinic Sanford Health Security State Bank Sioux Steel Company Temple Insurance Agency Valley Exchange Bank Madison AmericInn Lodge & Suites Assist Financial Services, Inc./ Continental Transportation B & G Transportation, Inc. Be Online, Inc. Bethel Lutheran Home Dan Brown Monica Campbell Central Business Supply Classic Corner CU Mortgage Direct Custom Touch Homes Dairy Queen - Jode, Inc. Dakota Ethanol, LLC Dakota State University Dakotaland Federal Credit Union Amy Dockendorf Dr. Derrill Hanson’s Office East River Electric Power Coop East River Federal Credit Union Eyecare Center F & M Coop Oil Co. Falcon Plastics, Inc. Farmers Insurance Group First Bank & Trust Gehl Company Gerry Elpert, DDS, Dental Office Getting Well Chiropractic Karen Giles Great Western Bank Julie Gross Dr. Mark Hawkes Heartland Consumers Power District Michele Henriksen Heritage Senior Living Linda Hilde HJN Team Real Estate Ann Hyland Interlakes Medical Center Jack’s ‘The Meat Store’ Cold Storage James River Equipment Jason Maxwell, CPA Mechelle Johnson Johnson Jewelers, Inc.

Keppen Construction Kiwanis Club of Madison Knology, Inc. Cotton Koch Kolorworks Paint & Decorating, Inc. Kotten Insurance Krug Products, Inc. Lake County International Lakeview Realty Lammers, Kleibacker, and Brown LLP Landeen Insurance Larry Green, DDS Dental Office Leader Printing Company/Madison Daily Leader Lewis Drug Stores Madison Chiropractic Center Madison Community Hospital Madison Discount Liquor Madison Family Dental Madison Farmers Elevator Company Madison Lions Club Madison Middle School Madison Realty, Inc. Madison Vision Clinic Don Marker Midcontinent Communications Midwest Realty Joel Molascon Montgomery’s Furniture Outlet NorthWestern Energy One Stop Outer World Screen Printing & Design Philip Parent Power Promotions ProBuild Prostrollo Motor Company Rotary Club of Madison Bob Sahr Sanford Health Vince Schaefer Second Street Diner Secure Banking Solutions Silver Creek Production Clark Sinclair Sioux Valley Energy SODAK’s Marina LLC South Dakota Rural Water Stadium Sports Grill Stan’s Men’s & Women’s Apparel State Farm Insurance - Randy Schaefer Sunshine Foods Super 8 Motel The Insurance & Real Estate Market, Inc. The Shepherd Shop Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Janet VanRosendale Waddell & Reed Dan Walsh Weber Abstract Weiland Funeral Chapel

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wireless World Milbank 1st Choice Realty American Family Insurance Charlies Fischer Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Berens Warehouse Groceries Lance Bien Bien Pharmacy Big Stone Therapies, Inc. Bill’s Super Valu Boos & Grajczyk LLP Brewster Building Center Bryan Johnson, DDS Casey’s General Store Cenex C Store Conroy Eye Care Dakota Granite Company Edward Jones - Delvin Hackwirth First Bank & Trust Richard Fish Food-N-Fuel Gene Kiefer PA Gesswein Motors Golden Living Center Max and Jeanne Gonzenbach Tim Graf Great Western Bank Hanson Furniture Hardee’s Health First Chiropractic Dave Hepper Insurance Solutions Plus ITC - Milbank Kirby Hins LTD Koch Insurance Kevin Kouba Lantern Inn Restaurant Lantern Motel Liebe Drug Mark Bierschbach, DDS Midcontinent Communications Midwest Power Sports Milbank Area Hospital Avera Milbank Community Pride Milbank EyeCare Center Milbank Ford & Mercury Milbank Kiwanis Club Milbank Lions Club Milbank Parents Promoting Education Millstone Restaurant Mundwiler Funeral Home Rudy and Marilyn Nef Nelson Law Office Otter Tail Power Bob Paulson Kristen Pearson Ash Pizza Hut POET Biorefinery Mark Reedstrom Richards Carpet

RJ Rieger Brian and Janel Sandvig Tom Schuneman Schuneman Equipment Company Seehafer Hardware Dan Snaza St. Williams Nursing Home State Farm Insurance - Jan Scriver Street Graphix Subway - Milbank Taco Johns Titan Machinery Triple Dip Lodge Twin Valley Tire Tyler Computer Services, Inc. Unzen Motors Valley Queen Cheese Factory, Inc. Wapiti Medical Group Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Steve Wenzl West-Con William Coester, Attorney ZEMS Appliance TV Furniture & Floor Covering Mitchell A&B Business Solutions AAA Travel Agency Avera Medical Group Optometry Avera Queen of Peace Health Services BankWest of Mitchell Bauer Dental Studio Big Green, LLC Bittner Funeral Chapel Boyd Financial Services Dave Brooks BT Construction Cabela’s Retail, Inc. Carlon and Millar CARQUEST of Mitchell Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Cherrybees Floral & Gifts Chiropractic Center for Healthy Living Coborn’s, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Comfort Inn Corby Recreation Corn Palace Stampede, Inc. CorTrust Bank County Fair Food Store Culver’s Frozen Custard & ButterBurgers Daily Republic Dakota Manufacturing Dakota Physical Therapy Dakota Pump, Inc. Days Inn Dental Health Partners Dice Financial Services Group Ellefson Implement, Inc. Envision Eyecare Ethan Co-op Lumber

Exchange Club of Mitchell Farm Credit Services of America Farmers Trading Greg Feiner First Dakota National Bank First National Bank South Dakota Fischer, Rounds & Assoc. - Century 21 Floor to Ceiling Store GF Advertising Services Jeral Gross Hair Depot Hard Drive Central Harve’s Sport Shop Hendrickson Trailer Home Federal Bank Innovative Systems, LLC Iverson Chrysler Center Jack’s Campers Ryan Jensen Jacquelyn and Dusty Johnson Kiwanis Club of Mitchell KMIT/KOOL 98 Radio KQRN/Q107 Riverfront Broadcasting Krall Optometric Professional, LLC Lucid Megan Luther Luxury 5 Cinema - Mitchell Martin-Trudeau Insurance Agency Meyers Oil Company, Inc. Midcontinent Communications Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee Mitchell Area Charitable Foundation Mitchell Lions Club Mitchell Optimist Club Mitchell Orthopaedic Center Mitchell Telecom Montgomery Furniture Morgan, Theeler, Wheeler, Cogley & Petersen, L.L.P. Mueller Lumber Company Muth Electric Muth Properties NorthWestern Energy O.L. Bussmuss Construction Palace Builders Paulson Sheet Metal, Inc. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Terra Plamp Puetz Corporation Rotary Club of Mitchell Becky Roth S & M Printing Company Sanford Health Rob Schelske Schmucker, Paul, Nohr & Associates Schuh Painting Scott Supply Company, Inc. Suzanne Spink Steamway Cleaning Stifel Nicolaus Sun Gold Trophies

James D. Taylor Tessier’s, Inc. The Depot Tobin’s Transfer and Storage Trail King Industries, Inc. Twin Cities Fan Axial Division U.S. Bank Julie VanOverschelde Vantage Point Solutions Vern Eide - Ford Vern Eide - GM Vicki Clarke Endowment Walmart Hannah Walters Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Korrie Wenzel Northern Hills A&B Business Solutions Amann and Graslie DDS PC American Colloid Company American Family Insurance Barker Wilson Law Firm, LLP Bennett, Main and Gubbrud, PC Black Hills Federal Credit Union Bob Burnett Cammack Ranch Supply Central America, Inc. CLC & Assoc. CPA Crow Peak Brewing Dakota Territory Federal Credit Union Dana Dental Arts Day Morris Law Firm, LLP Deadwood Eyecare Deadwood Gulch Resort & Gaming Deadwood Lead Optimist Deadwood Resort LLC DJ Construction & Development, Inc. Duke Boston Agency E.T. Sports Elks Club F. L. Clarkson Family Foundation First Interstate BancSystem Foundation First Interstate Bank - Belle Fourche First Interstate Bank - Lead First Interstate Bank - Piedmont First Interstate Bank - Spearfish First Interstate Bank - Sturgis First National Bank - Sturgis First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Francis and Walter Green Foundation Jodi Garcia Glass Shop GoldCorp Golden Kiwanis Great Western Bank T.J. Gusso Hauck Electric & Controls, Inc. Highmark Federal Credit Union

Joshua Horak J&M Motors Jackson Dental Clinic Johnston’s Hardware Hank Kelly M. Klein Gift Fund Kiwanis Club of Lead Lantis Enterprises Lawrence and Schiller, Inc. Lead-Deadwood Elementary PTO Lead-Deadwood School District Elem. Student Council Dr. Dan Leikvold Liberty Tax Lions Club of Spearfish LPL Financial - Rapid City Lynn’s Dakotamart - Belle Fourche Lynn’s Dakotamart - Lead Lynn’s Dakotamart - Sturgis Meade County Title Company Midcontinent Communications Northern Black Hills Rotary Club Northern Hills Federal Credit Union Optimist Club of Spearfish Optimist Club of Sturgis Dan O’Shea Pamida - Sturgis Wade Pehl Perkins Restaurant David Peters Pete’s Clothing/Western Wear Pioneer Bank & Trust - Belle Fourche Pioneer Bank & Trust - Spearfish Pioneer Bank & Trust - Sturgis PL Carpentry Prestige Auto Sales Mathew Raba Ring Container Technology Chris Roberts Brice Rock Brenda Sabers Sabers Farmers Union Insurance Scott Peterson Motors Sharon E. Hoggatt, CPA, PC Spearfish Forest Products Spearfish Motors Hollie Stalder State Farm Insurance - Eric Fowler Strawn Law PC Sturgis Economic Development Corporation Sturgis Rally Charities Foundation Sturgis Regional Health The Homeslice Group The Mailmaster, LLC The Wells Fargo Foundation Twilight Inc. Todd Unterbrunner Boyce Voorhees Walmart Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West River Foundation Whites Canyon Ford Whites Queen City Motors

Wilde & Hunt, Prof. LLC Mindy Zacher Zonta Club of Sturgis Parker Charlie Cole Ethan Co-op Lumber Farmers State Bank Home Federal Bank Jensen Construction Services Mark Kasten Knology, Inc. Sanford Health Zimmer, Duncan and Cole Pierre/Ft. Pierre A&B Business Solutions American State Bank Avera Medical Group Pierre BankWest Brakke Financial Services Clausen & Rice, LLP Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Country Carpet Rob Coverdale Robin Crist Clay Cudmore Dakota Prairie Bank Delta Dental Plans Association Dentistry at the St. Charles, LLC Curt Everson Tim and Kristie Fiegen Fine Line Auto First National Bank Fischer Rounds & Associates, Inc. Foster Rentals Gary Snow & Associates Greg Goodman Hofer Seeds Home Federal Bank Isburg Funeral Chapels James River Broadcasting Kiwanis Club of Pierre-Ft. Pierre Paul Knecht Midcontinent Communications Midwest Construction and Development Missouri River Dentistry Morris, Inc. Olinger, Lovald, McCahren & Reimers, P.C. Pierre Dental Clinic - Dr. Bechtold and Dr. Thompson Pierre New Car Auto Dealers Association Pierre/Ft. Pierre Rotary Club Elling Ramsey Reinke Gray Wealth Management, Inc. Pamela Roberts Taya Runyan Sanford Health Schmitz Financial Smart Software Solutions, Inc. 26

25

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


South Dakota Intrastate Pipeline Company St. Mary’s Healthcare Center Stulken Petersen, Lingle & Walti, LLP Lori Sutton Tina and William Van Camp Zonta Club of Pierre-Ft. Pierre Rapid City A to Z Shredding, Inc A&B Business Solutions Ace Steel & Recycling, Inc. American Technical Services, Inc. BankWest Barbara Lien Endowment Matt Batchelder Austin Bernhard Bierschbach Equipment and Supply Big D Oil Company Billion Automotive Black Hills Agency Black Hills Community Bank Black Hills Federal Credit Union Black Hills Harley-Davidson Black Hills Power Black Hills Regional Eye Institute Black Hills Shooters Supply, Inc. Black Hills Surgical Hospital Brian Blenner Boyle, Maher & Slusarski, LLC Michelle Bruno Kelly Buntrock Burger King/Hills King Canadian Pacific Canyon Lake Chophouse Canyon Lake Elementary PTA John Carver Casey Peterson & Associates, LTD. Central States Fair Contractors Supply Courtesy Subaru, Inc. Dacotah Bank Cary Davis Shawn and Doug DeGroot Kevin and DeVee Dietz Downtown Lions Club Eddie’s Truck Sales First American Title Company First Interstate BancSystem Foundation First Interstate Bank First Western Federal Savings Bank Suzanne Gabrielson GE Capital GE Foundation General Beadle Elementary PTA Golden West Technologies Great Western Bank Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP Kent Hagg Sarah Hermsen Highmark Federal Credit Union

Ron Hill J. Scull Construction Service, Inc. Kevin Jensen Brad Jungwirth K Group Richard Latuchie David Lust Kevin K. Maher McDonald’s Sandi and Bryan Mickley Midcontinent Communications Jessica Muxen Rachel Nordbye North Western Warehouse Company Northwest Pipe Fittings Omni Home Financing Pennington Title Company Pete Lien and Sons, Inc. Pioneer Bank & Trust Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce Rapid City Journal Rapid City Medical Center, LLP Rapid Diesel Service, Inc Rapid Valley Elementary PTA Tom Rau Regional Health Dana Reil Reptile Gardens Dennis Riske RPM & Associates Rush Foundation Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn Security First Bank Servall Uniform & Linen Supply Sound Pro South Canyon Elementary PTA SymCom The Center for Business & Economics at NAU The Touch Massage Therapy U.S. Bank Valley View Elementary PTA Walmart Warren Window & Supply Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West River Electric Charitable Trust, Inc. Western Dakota Insurors Whiting, Hagg, Hagg, Dorsey and Hagg LLP Who’s Hobby House Woodrow Wilson PTA Jaci Worth Sioux Falls A&B Business Solutions A-1 Bail Bonds Advana Mortgage Bill Allen Jamie Andersen Anderson Group, CPA Animal Medical Clinic

Architectural Roofing & Sheetmetal, Inc. Architecture, Inc. Argus Leader Jessica Armstrong Associated Consulting Engineers, Inc. Associated General Contractors SD Building Chapter AT&T Inc. Austad’s Golf Auto Body Specialties Automatic Data Processing, Inc. AvailAbility Employment Services Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center AWE Financial Services Bankers Trust Company of South Dakota Sarah Bauer Best Buy Co., Inc. Bierschbach Equipment and Supply Lynda Billars Billion Automotive Bluestem Capital Company Pamela Bollweg Tom Bosch Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby and Welk LLP Brandt Solomon & Anderson, LLP Jon Brown Dean Buckneberg Builder’s Millwork & Windows Builders Supply Company Burns Moving and Storage C & R Supply Cadwell, Sanford, Deibert & Garry Fran Campbell Capital One Financial Corporation Rod Carlson Jessica Carmody Jeff Carmon Century Business Products, Inc. CenturyLink Christopherson, Bailin and Anderson Cigna Corporation Citi Foundation Citi Climate Systems, Inc. CNA Surety Colorado Technical University Component Manufacturing Company CorTrust Bank Costello Property Management Creative Surfaces, Inc. Cummins Central Power D W Proehl Construction Dacotah Bank Dakota Beverage Company, Inc. Dakota Land Homes Dakota News, Inc. Dakota Security Systems

Dakota Sports Dakota Staffing/Fair Tax, Inc. Daktronics, Inc. Darden Restaurants Inc. Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP Bob Deelstra Bernie DeWald Ditch Witch of South Dakota, Inc. Dizco, Inc. Don Dunham Jr. Memorial P. Daniel Donohue Dorsey & Whitney Trust Company, LLC Dougherty & Company, LLC Karen Dunham Dunham Company - Residential Bradford Dyar Jarrod and Amber Edelen Egger Steel Company Eide Bailly, LLP Electric Construction Company Electric Pulp Electric Supply Company Electronic Systems, Inc. Envive Chiropractic Family Dental Center Farmers Insurance Group/Karsky Insurance Agency Farner-Bocken Company Tim and Kristie Fiegen Resa Fincher First Bank & Trust First Dakota National Bank First Dakota Title First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Todd Flickema FM Acoustical Tile, Inc. Formatop Company, Inc. Fred the Fixer Friessen Construction Frisbee Plumbing and Heating G&H Distributing, Inc. Gage Brothers Concrete Products Luke Garry Jami Gates Geotek Engineering and Testing Services, Inc. Gerry and Kulm Ask Getty Abstract & Midwest Title Girton-Adams Ice Company Golden Rule Construction Company, Inc. Graham Tire Great Plains Dental Great Western Bank Halberstadt’s Men’s Clothiers Hancock Concrete Products Handy Man Home Remodeling Monte and Deb Hanson Harold’s Photo Center Hauge Associates Hiebert Greenhouse

HiRoller Conveyor H-O-H Water Technology Curt Hohman Holmes Murphy and Associates, Inc. Dr. Pam and Tim Homan Home Federal Bank Dody Hopkins TJ Hora Howalt-McDowell Insurance, Inc. Howard Aanenson Memorial Howe Heating and Plumbing, Inc. Carleton Hoy HSBC - North America Hy-Vee Food Store Independent Insurance Agents of Sioux Falls Institutions Services, Inc. Interstate Office Products, Inc. J & L Harley Davidson J F Nordlie Company Janklow Law Firm Jans Corporation JD’s House of Trophies JDS Industries, Inc. John Morrell and Company Johnstone Supply Kading, Kunstle & Goodhope Dean Karsky Michael Kedik Kirby Financial, LLC Randy Knecht Knology, Inc. Koch Hazard Architects Dr. Al Kosters Kouri Insurance Kreisers, Inc. Eric Krouse Ruth Krystopolski Bill Kunstle Landmark Aviation Landscape Garden Center Lawrence and Schiller, Inc. Jennifer Lesher Lewis Drug Stores Lift Pro Equipment Company, Inc. Lindquist & Vennum PLLP Felan Link Lloyd Companies Lockwood & Zahrbock Kool Law Office Luxury Automall of Sioux Falls Maguire Iron, Inc. Mahlander’s Appliance and Lighting Joan Mahoney Malloy Electric Marco McFarland Supply Company McGinnis and Company McGladrey McKinneyOlson Insurance Mary Medema Judith and Mark Meierhenry Meierhenry Sargent, LLP

MetaBank Mickelson & Company, LLC MidAmerican Energy Foundation Midcontinent Communications Midwest Oil Millennium Recycling, Inc. Miller Funeral Home, Inc. Minervas Minnwest Bank Missile Muffler & Brake, Inc. Brian Moberly Montgomery’s Furniture Gallery Ron Moquist Murphy, Goldammer, Prendergast, LLP Rich Naser Nasser Law Offices, PC Julie Nelson Nelson and Nelson CPA, LLP New York Life Nichols and Rabuck, PC Nicholson, Tschetter, Adams & Nicholson Attorneys at Law Jan Noble Nordica Warehouses, Inc. Norman’s Menswear North Central Insurance Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Nyberg’s ACE Hardware Cheryl O’Brien Kristine O’Connell O’Connor Company OHARA, LLC Omnitech, Inc. Orbitcom Overhead Door Company, Inc. P & M Steel Steve Palmitier Parker Transfer and Storage Paulsen Marketing Communications Scott Pedersen Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Pfeiffer, Hofer, Humpal, PC Plains Commerce Bank POET Nutrition Principal Financial Group Qualified Presort Service, LLC Quoin Financial Bank Randall-Stanley Architects Raven Industries Rentschler’s, Inc. Results Radio Tim Reuer Risk Administration Services Robson Hardware Staci Rosenbrook Dave Rozenboom Sammons Financial Group Sam’s Club Sanford Clinic Physicians Community Service Group Sanford Health

Sayre Associates, Inc. Scheels All Sports Schoeneman Lumber Company Scott Lumber and Supply Company SDN Communications Sea Chiropractic Security National Bank of South Dakota Shipley’s Launderers and Dry Cleaners Showplace Wood Products SilverStone Group Tom and Mary Simmons Sioux Falls Construction Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union Sioux Falls Ford Sioux Falls Kitchen & Bath Sioux Falls Kiwanis East Club Sioux Falls Kiwanis South Sioux Sioux Falls Rotary South Sioux Falls Rubber Stamp Works Sioux Falls School District #49-5 Sioux Falls Shopping News Sioux International Sioux Merchant Patrol Security Services, Inc. Sioux Nation Ag Center Sioux Steel Company Siouxland Libraries Sisson Printing Software Unlimited, Inc. Soukup Construction, Inc. South Central Vet Clinic South Sioux Kiwanis South Western Dental Paul Sova Anna Stahl Stan Houston Equipment Company, Inc. Nancy Steedle Jennifer Stevens Ken Stork Sullivans, Inc. Sun Enterprises John Sutton SVC-Family Practice Physicians Charitable Fund Sweetman Construction Syverson Tile, Inc. Tallgrass Wealth Management Target Target Card Services Robert TeKolste Julie and Rob Terrell Tessier’s, Inc. The Diamond Room The First National Bank in Sioux Falls The Ramkota Companies, Inc. The Shopko Foundation Bob Thimjon Thompson Law, PC Pam Tiefenthaler Tomar, Ltd.

Bob Trader Trane Tri-State Wholesale Flooring, Inc. TSP U.S. Bank UBS Financial Van Buskirk Company Tom Van Wyhe Vern Eide Motorcars, Inc. Virg Christoffels & Company, Inc. VistaComm Walmart Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of SD Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wells Fargo Wealth Management Jim Wilcox Williams Insurance Agency Wilson Orthodontics Wireless World Wollman Insurance Woltman, VanKekerix & Stotz Woods, Fuller, Shultz, and Smith, PC Xcel Energy Tea Dakota Millwork Degeest Manufacturing Diversified Property Management DSI Automotive Products GF Electric J & M Transmission Service Knology, Inc. John and Michaele Lawler Lewis Drug Stores Midcontinent Communications Mobility Sales & Rentals Neighborhood Dental Pizza Ranch Pyro City Reliabank RMS Roller Grinder Sanford Health Schoenhard’s Custom Cabinetry Schwartzle Construction Sorlien Electric Sunshine Foods Tea Area Community Fund Tea Area Parent Teacher Organization Tea Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Tea Veterinary Clinic Valley Exchange Bank Vermillion Bank of the West Basin Electric Power Cooperative Casey’s General Store Clay-Union Electric Corporation Commerce Properties, LLC Commerce Properties, LLC Eastgate Plaza

CorInsurance CorTrust Bank Craig K. Thompson Law Office Don Dahlin East River Storage, LLC Eastgate Maytag Laundry Shannon Fairholm First Bank & Trust First Dakota National Bank Dr. Mark Froke Kevin Haselhorst Tom and Jane Heinz Herren-Schempp Building Supply Keith Joy Charles Kaufman Knutson Family Dentistry LLP Pat and the late Dr. Roger D. Kozak Layne’s World Masaba Mining Equipment Dr. Rick Melmer Midcontinent Communications Young Moore Theodore Muenster Tom Nelson Plum Villa Apartments Polaris, Inc. Prairie Eye Clinic John Prescott PrintSource Pump ‘N Pak Richard Rasmussen Rasmussen Motors Lynn Roach Royal Car Wash Arthur Rusch Sanford Health Donna Schafer South Dakota Department of Labor - Vermillion Office Summerset Acres LLC Alexis Tracy Dr. Mel Ustad Vermillion Athletic Boosters Vermillion Civic Council Vermillion Eagles Club Vermillion Federal Credit Union Vermillion Lions Club Vermillion PTA Vermillion Rotary Club Vermillion Vision Clinic, PC Walmart Whimp’s Watertown A&B Business Solutions Austin, Hinderaker, Hopper, Strait & Benson, LLP Carmen Bakken Benchmark Foam, Inc. Bendix Imaging, Inc. BISCO Borns Group Ryan Boschee Liz Christianson

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Codington-Clark Electric Coop, Inc. Cowboy Country Stores Crawford Funeral Chapel Culligan Water Conditioning Custom Fabricators, Inc. Dacotah Bank Dakota Bodies, Inc. Tammy Davis Tammy DeLange Brad Elshere Charlie Ewalt David Falconer Family Dental Center - Dr. Ross Schulte, Dr. Aimee Schulte & Dr. Erika Zink First Bank & Trust First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Gray Construction Great Western Bank Green, Roby, Oviatt, Cummings & Linngren LLP Kip Hansen Haugan Nelson Realty HESCO, Inc. Julie Hibbert Hoftiezer Real Estate Home Federal Bank Jason Hutt Hy-Vee Food Store Illinois Tool Works Foundation Investment Centers of America Knology, Inc. KXLG Radio Lake Area Technical Institute Marquardt Electric, Inc. Brenda McKee McKeever’s Full Line Vending Midcontinent Communications Midwest Medical Service, Inc. Kris Munger Office Peeps, Inc. Timothy Oviatt R & R Investments Ramkota Reliabank Roxanne Roberts RSH, LLC. Sanford Health David Schmidt Schuneman Equipment Company Sharp Automotive Smith Equipment Deb Stanley Superior Homes, LLC Team Electronics TEREX Utilities Louise Towle Trav’s Outfitter Glen and Darla Vilhauer Walmart Watertown Box Corp. Watertown Ford Chrysler 28

27

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


South Dakota Intrastate Pipeline Company St. Mary’s Healthcare Center Stulken Petersen, Lingle & Walti, LLP Lori Sutton Tina and William Van Camp Zonta Club of Pierre-Ft. Pierre Rapid City A to Z Shredding, Inc A&B Business Solutions Ace Steel & Recycling, Inc. American Technical Services, Inc. BankWest Barbara Lien Endowment Matt Batchelder Austin Bernhard Bierschbach Equipment and Supply Big D Oil Company Billion Automotive Black Hills Agency Black Hills Community Bank Black Hills Federal Credit Union Black Hills Harley-Davidson Black Hills Power Black Hills Regional Eye Institute Black Hills Shooters Supply, Inc. Black Hills Surgical Hospital Brian Blenner Boyle, Maher & Slusarski, LLC Michelle Bruno Kelly Buntrock Burger King/Hills King Canadian Pacific Canyon Lake Chophouse Canyon Lake Elementary PTA John Carver Casey Peterson & Associates, LTD. Central States Fair Contractors Supply Courtesy Subaru, Inc. Dacotah Bank Cary Davis Shawn and Doug DeGroot Kevin and DeVee Dietz Downtown Lions Club Eddie’s Truck Sales First American Title Company First Interstate BancSystem Foundation First Interstate Bank First Western Federal Savings Bank Suzanne Gabrielson GE Capital GE Foundation General Beadle Elementary PTA Golden West Technologies Great Western Bank Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP Kent Hagg Sarah Hermsen Highmark Federal Credit Union

Ron Hill J. Scull Construction Service, Inc. Kevin Jensen Brad Jungwirth K Group Richard Latuchie David Lust Kevin K. Maher McDonald’s Sandi and Bryan Mickley Midcontinent Communications Jessica Muxen Rachel Nordbye North Western Warehouse Company Northwest Pipe Fittings Omni Home Financing Pennington Title Company Pete Lien and Sons, Inc. Pioneer Bank & Trust Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce Rapid City Journal Rapid City Medical Center, LLP Rapid Diesel Service, Inc Rapid Valley Elementary PTA Tom Rau Regional Health Dana Reil Reptile Gardens Dennis Riske RPM & Associates Rush Foundation Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn Security First Bank Servall Uniform & Linen Supply Sound Pro South Canyon Elementary PTA SymCom The Center for Business & Economics at NAU The Touch Massage Therapy U.S. Bank Valley View Elementary PTA Walmart Warren Window & Supply Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West River Electric Charitable Trust, Inc. Western Dakota Insurors Whiting, Hagg, Hagg, Dorsey and Hagg LLP Who’s Hobby House Woodrow Wilson PTA Jaci Worth Sioux Falls A&B Business Solutions A-1 Bail Bonds Advana Mortgage Bill Allen Jamie Andersen Anderson Group, CPA Animal Medical Clinic

Architectural Roofing & Sheetmetal, Inc. Architecture, Inc. Argus Leader Jessica Armstrong Associated Consulting Engineers, Inc. Associated General Contractors SD Building Chapter AT&T Inc. Austad’s Golf Auto Body Specialties Automatic Data Processing, Inc. AvailAbility Employment Services Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center AWE Financial Services Bankers Trust Company of South Dakota Sarah Bauer Best Buy Co., Inc. Bierschbach Equipment and Supply Lynda Billars Billion Automotive Bluestem Capital Company Pamela Bollweg Tom Bosch Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby and Welk LLP Brandt Solomon & Anderson, LLP Jon Brown Dean Buckneberg Builder’s Millwork & Windows Builders Supply Company Burns Moving and Storage C & R Supply Cadwell, Sanford, Deibert & Garry Fran Campbell Capital One Financial Corporation Rod Carlson Jessica Carmody Jeff Carmon Century Business Products, Inc. CenturyLink Christopherson, Bailin and Anderson Cigna Corporation Citi Foundation Citi Climate Systems, Inc. CNA Surety Colorado Technical University Component Manufacturing Company CorTrust Bank Costello Property Management Creative Surfaces, Inc. Cummins Central Power D W Proehl Construction Dacotah Bank Dakota Beverage Company, Inc. Dakota Land Homes Dakota News, Inc. Dakota Security Systems

Dakota Sports Dakota Staffing/Fair Tax, Inc. Daktronics, Inc. Darden Restaurants Inc. Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP Bob Deelstra Bernie DeWald Ditch Witch of South Dakota, Inc. Dizco, Inc. Don Dunham Jr. Memorial P. Daniel Donohue Dorsey & Whitney Trust Company, LLC Dougherty & Company, LLC Karen Dunham Dunham Company - Residential Bradford Dyar Jarrod and Amber Edelen Egger Steel Company Eide Bailly, LLP Electric Construction Company Electric Pulp Electric Supply Company Electronic Systems, Inc. Envive Chiropractic Family Dental Center Farmers Insurance Group/Karsky Insurance Agency Farner-Bocken Company Tim and Kristie Fiegen Resa Fincher First Bank & Trust First Dakota National Bank First Dakota Title First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Todd Flickema FM Acoustical Tile, Inc. Formatop Company, Inc. Fred the Fixer Friessen Construction Frisbee Plumbing and Heating G&H Distributing, Inc. Gage Brothers Concrete Products Luke Garry Jami Gates Geotek Engineering and Testing Services, Inc. Gerry and Kulm Ask Getty Abstract & Midwest Title Girton-Adams Ice Company Golden Rule Construction Company, Inc. Graham Tire Great Plains Dental Great Western Bank Halberstadt’s Men’s Clothiers Hancock Concrete Products Handy Man Home Remodeling Monte and Deb Hanson Harold’s Photo Center Hauge Associates Hiebert Greenhouse

HiRoller Conveyor H-O-H Water Technology Curt Hohman Holmes Murphy and Associates, Inc. Dr. Pam and Tim Homan Home Federal Bank Dody Hopkins TJ Hora Howalt-McDowell Insurance, Inc. Howard Aanenson Memorial Howe Heating and Plumbing, Inc. Carleton Hoy HSBC - North America Hy-Vee Food Store Independent Insurance Agents of Sioux Falls Institutions Services, Inc. Interstate Office Products, Inc. J & L Harley Davidson J F Nordlie Company Janklow Law Firm Jans Corporation JD’s House of Trophies JDS Industries, Inc. John Morrell and Company Johnstone Supply Kading, Kunstle & Goodhope Dean Karsky Michael Kedik Kirby Financial, LLC Randy Knecht Knology, Inc. Koch Hazard Architects Dr. Al Kosters Kouri Insurance Kreisers, Inc. Eric Krouse Ruth Krystopolski Bill Kunstle Landmark Aviation Landscape Garden Center Lawrence and Schiller, Inc. Jennifer Lesher Lewis Drug Stores Lift Pro Equipment Company, Inc. Lindquist & Vennum PLLP Felan Link Lloyd Companies Lockwood & Zahrbock Kool Law Office Luxury Automall of Sioux Falls Maguire Iron, Inc. Mahlander’s Appliance and Lighting Joan Mahoney Malloy Electric Marco McFarland Supply Company McGinnis and Company McGladrey McKinneyOlson Insurance Mary Medema Judith and Mark Meierhenry Meierhenry Sargent, LLP

MetaBank Mickelson & Company, LLC MidAmerican Energy Foundation Midcontinent Communications Midwest Oil Millennium Recycling, Inc. Miller Funeral Home, Inc. Minervas Minnwest Bank Missile Muffler & Brake, Inc. Brian Moberly Montgomery’s Furniture Gallery Ron Moquist Murphy, Goldammer, Prendergast, LLP Rich Naser Nasser Law Offices, PC Julie Nelson Nelson and Nelson CPA, LLP New York Life Nichols and Rabuck, PC Nicholson, Tschetter, Adams & Nicholson Attorneys at Law Jan Noble Nordica Warehouses, Inc. Norman’s Menswear North Central Insurance Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Nyberg’s ACE Hardware Cheryl O’Brien Kristine O’Connell O’Connor Company OHARA, LLC Omnitech, Inc. Orbitcom Overhead Door Company, Inc. P & M Steel Steve Palmitier Parker Transfer and Storage Paulsen Marketing Communications Scott Pedersen Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Pfeiffer, Hofer, Humpal, PC Plains Commerce Bank POET Nutrition Principal Financial Group Qualified Presort Service, LLC Quoin Financial Bank Randall-Stanley Architects Raven Industries Rentschler’s, Inc. Results Radio Tim Reuer Risk Administration Services Robson Hardware Staci Rosenbrook Dave Rozenboom Sammons Financial Group Sam’s Club Sanford Clinic Physicians Community Service Group Sanford Health

Sayre Associates, Inc. Scheels All Sports Schoeneman Lumber Company Scott Lumber and Supply Company SDN Communications Sea Chiropractic Security National Bank of South Dakota Shipley’s Launderers and Dry Cleaners Showplace Wood Products SilverStone Group Tom and Mary Simmons Sioux Falls Construction Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union Sioux Falls Ford Sioux Falls Kitchen & Bath Sioux Falls Kiwanis East Club Sioux Falls Kiwanis South Sioux Sioux Falls Rotary South Sioux Falls Rubber Stamp Works Sioux Falls School District #49-5 Sioux Falls Shopping News Sioux International Sioux Merchant Patrol Security Services, Inc. Sioux Nation Ag Center Sioux Steel Company Siouxland Libraries Sisson Printing Software Unlimited, Inc. Soukup Construction, Inc. South Central Vet Clinic South Sioux Kiwanis South Western Dental Paul Sova Anna Stahl Stan Houston Equipment Company, Inc. Nancy Steedle Jennifer Stevens Ken Stork Sullivans, Inc. Sun Enterprises John Sutton SVC-Family Practice Physicians Charitable Fund Sweetman Construction Syverson Tile, Inc. Tallgrass Wealth Management Target Target Card Services Robert TeKolste Julie and Rob Terrell Tessier’s, Inc. The Diamond Room The First National Bank in Sioux Falls The Ramkota Companies, Inc. The Shopko Foundation Bob Thimjon Thompson Law, PC Pam Tiefenthaler Tomar, Ltd.

Bob Trader Trane Tri-State Wholesale Flooring, Inc. TSP U.S. Bank UBS Financial Van Buskirk Company Tom Van Wyhe Vern Eide Motorcars, Inc. Virg Christoffels & Company, Inc. VistaComm Walmart Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of SD Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wells Fargo Wealth Management Jim Wilcox Williams Insurance Agency Wilson Orthodontics Wireless World Wollman Insurance Woltman, VanKekerix & Stotz Woods, Fuller, Shultz, and Smith, PC Xcel Energy Tea Dakota Millwork Degeest Manufacturing Diversified Property Management DSI Automotive Products GF Electric J & M Transmission Service Knology, Inc. John and Michaele Lawler Lewis Drug Stores Midcontinent Communications Mobility Sales & Rentals Neighborhood Dental Pizza Ranch Pyro City Reliabank RMS Roller Grinder Sanford Health Schoenhard’s Custom Cabinetry Schwartzle Construction Sorlien Electric Sunshine Foods Tea Area Community Fund Tea Area Parent Teacher Organization Tea Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Tea Veterinary Clinic Valley Exchange Bank Vermillion Bank of the West Basin Electric Power Cooperative Casey’s General Store Clay-Union Electric Corporation Commerce Properties, LLC Commerce Properties, LLC Eastgate Plaza

CorInsurance CorTrust Bank Craig K. Thompson Law Office Don Dahlin East River Storage, LLC Eastgate Maytag Laundry Shannon Fairholm First Bank & Trust First Dakota National Bank Dr. Mark Froke Kevin Haselhorst Tom and Jane Heinz Herren-Schempp Building Supply Keith Joy Charles Kaufman Knutson Family Dentistry LLP Pat and the late Dr. Roger D. Kozak Layne’s World Masaba Mining Equipment Dr. Rick Melmer Midcontinent Communications Young Moore Theodore Muenster Tom Nelson Plum Villa Apartments Polaris, Inc. Prairie Eye Clinic John Prescott PrintSource Pump ‘N Pak Richard Rasmussen Rasmussen Motors Lynn Roach Royal Car Wash Arthur Rusch Sanford Health Donna Schafer South Dakota Department of Labor - Vermillion Office Summerset Acres LLC Alexis Tracy Dr. Mel Ustad Vermillion Athletic Boosters Vermillion Civic Council Vermillion Eagles Club Vermillion Federal Credit Union Vermillion Lions Club Vermillion PTA Vermillion Rotary Club Vermillion Vision Clinic, PC Walmart Whimp’s Watertown A&B Business Solutions Austin, Hinderaker, Hopper, Strait & Benson, LLP Carmen Bakken Benchmark Foam, Inc. Bendix Imaging, Inc. BISCO Borns Group Ryan Boschee Liz Christianson

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Codington-Clark Electric Coop, Inc. Cowboy Country Stores Crawford Funeral Chapel Culligan Water Conditioning Custom Fabricators, Inc. Dacotah Bank Dakota Bodies, Inc. Tammy Davis Tammy DeLange Brad Elshere Charlie Ewalt David Falconer Family Dental Center - Dr. Ross Schulte, Dr. Aimee Schulte & Dr. Erika Zink First Bank & Trust First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard Gray Construction Great Western Bank Green, Roby, Oviatt, Cummings & Linngren LLP Kip Hansen Haugan Nelson Realty HESCO, Inc. Julie Hibbert Hoftiezer Real Estate Home Federal Bank Jason Hutt Hy-Vee Food Store Illinois Tool Works Foundation Investment Centers of America Knology, Inc. KXLG Radio Lake Area Technical Institute Marquardt Electric, Inc. Brenda McKee McKeever’s Full Line Vending Midcontinent Communications Midwest Medical Service, Inc. Kris Munger Office Peeps, Inc. Timothy Oviatt R & R Investments Ramkota Reliabank Roxanne Roberts RSH, LLC. Sanford Health David Schmidt Schuneman Equipment Company Sharp Automotive Smith Equipment Deb Stanley Superior Homes, LLC Team Electronics TEREX Utilities Louise Towle Trav’s Outfitter Glen and Darla Vilhauer Walmart Watertown Box Corp. Watertown Ford Chrysler 28

27

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Watertown Optimist Club Watertown Rotary Club Watertown School District 14-4 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Williams Auto Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc. WW Tire Service, Inc. West Central A-1 Electric Plumbing Heat & Air Agriculture United for SD American Sports Automatic Building Controls B & A Computers B & J Photography Bill and Vonnie Barnett Emily Berg Bubba’s Digging & Lawn Service Inc. Buss Accounting & Consulting PC Central States Manufacturing, Inc. Central Valley Golf Course Eich Law Office Electric Supply Company First Manufacturing Gillespie Small Engine James Gordon Hartford Area Development Hartford Dental Clinic, P.C. Hartford Farmers Elevator

Hartford Veterinary Clinic Heart-T-Stop Home Federal Bank I-90 Speedway Ideker Construction Imagination Station Impact Auto Works J. Mulder Contracting Key Real Estate Kinzley Funeral Home Joe Krizan Kristi Leisinger Lemke Fitness and Training LLC MEDICAP Pharmacy Midcontinent Communications Miller Funeral Home, Inc. Nortec Seeds Oakleaf Auto Salvage Omnitech, Inc. Pizza Ranch Pro Framing, Inc. Puthoff Insurance Agency Reliabank John E. Roers Sanford Health Sioux Valley Energy Tammen Oil TNT Napa Philip Torgerson West Central PTA

Dennis Wieczorek Zacharias Construction Yankton 5 Star Communication A&B Business Solutions Chuck Aman Applied Engineering Avera Sacred Heart Hospital B Dazzled Baldwin Filters Bank 360 Dr. Jon Baumann Blackburn and Stevens, LLC Conkling Distributing Company, Inc. CorTrust Bank Dakota Archery Dakota Trailer Manufacturing Daktronics, Inc. Ross Den Herder Edward Jones Eisenbraun & Associates Doug Ekeren Farmers Insurance Group Fejfar Plumbing & Heating First Chiropractic Center First Dakota National Bank First National Bank South Dakota Terra Fisher Fred Haar Company

Susie Frick Friends of Sacred Heart Rudy Gerstner Tom Hausmann Home Federal Bank Dave Hosmer Hy-Vee Food Store Wayne Ibarolle Randy Johnson Kaiser Heating & Cooling Karl’s TV & Appliance Frani Kieffer Klimisch Law Office Knology, Inc. Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. Larry’s Heating & Cooling, Inc. Leader Concrete Construction, Inc. Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital M. R. Henderson & Co. Mark’s Machinery, Inc. Midcontinent Communications Carey Mitzel Mount Marty College MT & RC Smith Insurance Mtron Industries, Inc. NorthWestern Public Service Olson’s Pest Technicians Steven Pietila Kathy Quinlivan Pamela Rezac

Roger’s Family Pharmacy Sacred Heart Monastery Sacred Heart PTA Jamie Schaefer Services Center Federal Credit Union Bill Shorma Shur-co Slowey Construction Deb Specht Teachout & Franklin, Prof., LLC Topkote Inc. Truck-Trailer Justin Wagner Walmart Welfl Construction Corporation Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Western Office Plus Williams and Company Wintz and Ray Funeral Home Yaggie’s, Inc. Yankton Ag Services Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. Yankton Morning Optimist Club Yankton Rexall Drug Yankton Rotary Club Yankton Sertoma Club Yankton Title Company

Statement of Ac tivities

Year Ended June 30, 2013

TEMPORARILY PERMANENTLY UNRESTRICTED RESTRICTED RESTRICTED TOTAL

Re ve nue :

Special Events Golf Revenues $ - $155,530 $ - $155,530 Golf Expenses (19,406) (19,406) Net Golf Revenues - 136,124 Bowl-a-Thon Revenues - 201,070 Bowl-a-Thon Expenses - (26,402)

-

136,124

- -

201,070 (26,402)

Net Bowl-a-Thon Revenues

-

174,668

-

174,668

Net Special Events

-

310,792

-

310,792

Contribution Revenue Corporations Individuals Foundations

47,869 3,191 12,765

465,800 31,053 124,214

125,000 950 5,000

638,669 35,194 141,979

Total Contribution Revenue:

63,825

621,067

130,950

815,842

Gifts in kind received Gifts in kind used Investment income Unrealized gain (losses) on investments Net assets released from restriction

37,476 (37,476) 36,193 (8,916) 863,149

- - 117 1,865 (863,149)

- - 2,325 - -

37,476 (37,476) 38,635 (7,051) -

954,251

70,692

133,275

1,158,218

Ex pe nse s:

Program Services Salaries and Benefits 453,918 - - National Program Materials, Insurance, and Participation Fee 195,476 - - Other Program Services 139,481 - - Total Program Services 788,875 - - Management and General 19,466 - - Fundraising 127,296 - - Total Expenses 935,637 - - Change in Net Assets 18,614 70,692 133,275

Net assets, beginning

952,036

1,026,453

Net assets, ending

$ 970,650

$1,097,145

97,036

453,918 195,476 139,481 788,875 19,466 127,296 935,637 222,581

2,075,525

$230,311 $2,298,106

30

29

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


Watertown Optimist Club Watertown Rotary Club Watertown School District 14-4 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Williams Auto Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc. WW Tire Service, Inc. West Central A-1 Electric Plumbing Heat & Air Agriculture United for SD American Sports Automatic Building Controls B & A Computers B & J Photography Bill and Vonnie Barnett Emily Berg Bubba’s Digging & Lawn Service Inc. Buss Accounting & Consulting PC Central States Manufacturing, Inc. Central Valley Golf Course Eich Law Office Electric Supply Company First Manufacturing Gillespie Small Engine James Gordon Hartford Area Development Hartford Dental Clinic, P.C. Hartford Farmers Elevator

Hartford Veterinary Clinic Heart-T-Stop Home Federal Bank I-90 Speedway Ideker Construction Imagination Station Impact Auto Works J. Mulder Contracting Key Real Estate Kinzley Funeral Home Joe Krizan Kristi Leisinger Lemke Fitness and Training LLC MEDICAP Pharmacy Midcontinent Communications Miller Funeral Home, Inc. Nortec Seeds Oakleaf Auto Salvage Omnitech, Inc. Pizza Ranch Pro Framing, Inc. Puthoff Insurance Agency Reliabank John E. Roers Sanford Health Sioux Valley Energy Tammen Oil TNT Napa Philip Torgerson West Central PTA

Dennis Wieczorek Zacharias Construction Yankton 5 Star Communication A&B Business Solutions Chuck Aman Applied Engineering Avera Sacred Heart Hospital B Dazzled Baldwin Filters Bank 360 Dr. Jon Baumann Blackburn and Stevens, LLC Conkling Distributing Company, Inc. CorTrust Bank Dakota Archery Dakota Trailer Manufacturing Daktronics, Inc. Ross Den Herder Edward Jones Eisenbraun & Associates Doug Ekeren Farmers Insurance Group Fejfar Plumbing & Heating First Chiropractic Center First Dakota National Bank First National Bank South Dakota Terra Fisher Fred Haar Company

Susie Frick Friends of Sacred Heart Rudy Gerstner Tom Hausmann Home Federal Bank Dave Hosmer Hy-Vee Food Store Wayne Ibarolle Randy Johnson Kaiser Heating & Cooling Karl’s TV & Appliance Frani Kieffer Klimisch Law Office Knology, Inc. Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. Larry’s Heating & Cooling, Inc. Leader Concrete Construction, Inc. Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital M. R. Henderson & Co. Mark’s Machinery, Inc. Midcontinent Communications Carey Mitzel Mount Marty College MT & RC Smith Insurance Mtron Industries, Inc. NorthWestern Public Service Olson’s Pest Technicians Steven Pietila Kathy Quinlivan Pamela Rezac

Roger’s Family Pharmacy Sacred Heart Monastery Sacred Heart PTA Jamie Schaefer Services Center Federal Credit Union Bill Shorma Shur-co Slowey Construction Deb Specht Teachout & Franklin, Prof., LLC Topkote Inc. Truck-Trailer Justin Wagner Walmart Welfl Construction Corporation Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Western Office Plus Williams and Company Wintz and Ray Funeral Home Yaggie’s, Inc. Yankton Ag Services Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. Yankton Morning Optimist Club Yankton Rexall Drug Yankton Rotary Club Yankton Sertoma Club Yankton Title Company

Statement of Ac tivities

Year Ended June 30, 2013

TEMPORARILY PERMANENTLY UNRESTRICTED RESTRICTED RESTRICTED TOTAL

Re ve nue :

Special Events Golf Revenues $ - $155,530 $ - $155,530 Golf Expenses (19,406) (19,406) Net Golf Revenues - 136,124 Bowl-a-Thon Revenues - 201,070 Bowl-a-Thon Expenses - (26,402)

-

136,124

- -

201,070 (26,402)

Net Bowl-a-Thon Revenues

-

174,668

-

174,668

Net Special Events

-

310,792

-

310,792

Contribution Revenue Corporations Individuals Foundations

47,869 3,191 12,765

465,800 31,053 124,214

125,000 950 5,000

638,669 35,194 141,979

Total Contribution Revenue:

63,825

621,067

130,950

815,842

Gifts in kind received Gifts in kind used Investment income Unrealized gain (losses) on investments Net assets released from restriction

37,476 (37,476) 36,193 (8,916) 863,149

- - 117 1,865 (863,149)

- - 2,325 - -

37,476 (37,476) 38,635 (7,051) -

954,251

70,692

133,275

1,158,218

Ex pe nse s:

Program Services Salaries and Benefits 453,918 - - National Program Materials, Insurance, and Participation Fee 195,476 - - Other Program Services 139,481 - - Total Program Services 788,875 - - Management and General 19,466 - - Fundraising 127,296 - - Total Expenses 935,637 - - Change in Net Assets 18,614 70,692 133,275

Net assets, beginning

952,036

1,026,453

Net assets, ending

$ 970,650

$1,097,145

97,036

453,918 195,476 139,481 788,875 19,466 127,296 935,637 222,581

2,075,525

$230,311 $2,298,106

30

29

EMPOWER THE FUTURE

2013 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ANNUAL REPORT


State Office 1000 N. West Avenue, Suite 110 Sioux Falls, SD 57104 Phone: (800) 871-7007 | (605) 336-7318 Fax: (605) 336-2257 Email: jasd@ja.org Website: www.jasd.org


JA Annual Report 2013-2014