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the three pillars of junior achievement

2010


CONTENTS Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Territory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 21st Century Skills Forum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 JA in a Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Volunteers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 JA Golf Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Rock N’ Bowl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Gala Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Castle Pines-Junior Achievement Invitational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Staff and Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Chairman’s Letter Dear Stakeholder: Since 1954, Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. has been at the forefront of economic education. What started out as a single after-school club has mushroomed into sequential, integrated programming spanning the entire K-12 curricula. Today, Junior Achievement, working in partnership with more than 200 local schools, offers 19 programs which focus on entrepreneurship, financial literacy and workforce readiness. What makes Junior Achievement so unique is that all of the programs are taught by local business and community volunteers.

Junior Achievement’s mission of inspiring young people to value our free enterprise system is more important today than at any time in our history. Future economic prosperity depends on our ability to foster the economic system that has become the global leader in economic output. The wealth creation process is at the core of our ability to pass on higher standards of living to the next generation. We need to embrace both success and failure as stepping stones to long-term success. Most of all, we need to hold true to our values that above all else, opportunity needs to be preserved as a cornerstone of our foundational teachings.

As you read through the 2010 Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Annual Report, we ask that you take a minute to ask yourself whether or not you are doing all you can to make sure today’s young people understand and value our American Free Enterprise System. Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. has in place a network that delivers economic knowledge. We invite you to join our network. Sincerely,

Barry Straub Chairman of the Board Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.


LEADERSHIP

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

2009-2010 Board Officers Chair Barry Straub FedEx Services

Chair-Elect Leonard Miller Schmidt Construction Company

Vice Chair-Finance Kathy Schwindt U.S. Bank

Vice Chair-Human Resources Bob Walla Ent Federal Credit Union Vice Chair-Strategic Planning & Investments David Colburn Secretary Gary Atkins

Board Of Directors Ron Anderson Raymond James Gar Anneler UMB Bank Maria Arias Comcast

Charlie Baughman Progressive Insurance

Kim Caden Provident Pharmaceuticals

Debbie Chandler Colorado Springs Health Partners Tom Calvin State Farm Insurance

Lois Carlock Ent Federal Credit Union

Tommy Crawford Lockheed Matt Davis Packaging Express

David Gardner Great Western Bank

Immediate Past Chair Randy Reynolds Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors

Vice Chairs-At Large Jim Hanson USAA Kathi Ogrodny Benefit Reassurance

Ann Sulley American National Bank

Elissa Washburn T. Rowe Price

Vice Chair-Pueblo John Linck Goodrich Corporation

Theo D. Gregory El Pomar Foundation

Rich Murphy Wells Fargo Advisors

Dr. Mark Hatchell Academy School District 20

Allen Paty Antlers Hilton Hotel

George Harris GE Johnson

Rita Nicholson Wells Fargo Insurance

Garry Hill Pepsi Bottling Group

Melanie Richey Kaiser Permanente

Karin Kovalovsky Air Academy Federal Credit Union

Marc R. Van Ness D.M.D. Van Ness & Lanzisera, P.C.

David Maier Colorado Springs Utilities

Rick Weber Security Service Federal Credit Union

Ahmad Kassak Hewlett-Packard

Brian Larson FirstBank

Doug Sommer Focus on the Family

David Warhoe Oracle Corporation

Paul Martinez Dynamic Solutions

Joe Westerlund 302AW Command Chief

Kirk Moen Booz Allen Hamilton

Steve Woodford

Lon Matejczyk Colorado Springs Business Journal

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Todd Wilson AT&T Mobility

Woodford Manufacturing

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TERRITORY Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

The map below defines the current operating territories of Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Colorado Springs

Grand Junction

Pueblo

Eastern Plains

Gunnison

Potential growth

Glenwood Springs

Durango

Also serving Kansas counties of Cheyenne, Greely, Hamilton, Morton, Sherman, Stanton and Wallace Garfield Pitkin

Mesa

Delta

Gunnison

Montrose San Miguel

Dolores Montezuma

Ouray San Juan La Plata

Hinsdale

Elbert

Lake

Teller

Chaffee

Custer

Saguache Mineral

Archuleta

Rio Grande Conejos

Alamosa

Costilla

Lincoln

El Paso

Fremont

Kit Carson Cheyenne Kiowa

Crowley

Pueblo

Otero

Huerfano

Bent

Prowers

Baca

Las Animas

Map: The Design Partnership

Cities served by Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Aspen Basalt Beulah Ca単on City Carbondale Colorado Springs 2

Crested Butte Cripple Creek Durango Florence Fountain Fort Carson

Fowler Glenwood Springs Gunnison Hoehne Lamar Manitou Springs

Monument New Castle Parachute Peyton Pueblo Pueblo West

entrepreneurship | financial literacy | work readiness

Rifle Rye Silt Trinidad Westcliffe Weston


PROGRAMS

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Junior Achievement Programs Elementary

Students in kindergarten through fifth grade are introduced to basic personal economic issues, and the role of families and social responsibility in the local economy. They examine planning decisions in a city, economic resources within states and regions, and how businesses need workers who can meet the demands of the job market. The After-School Program teaches personal financial and business skills through innovative and fun activities. The JA curriculum is designed to tie closely with state standards.

Middle School

Already focusing on the importance of school and career, programs in sixth, seventh and eighth grade encompass business values and decisions while reinforcing the concepts of entrepreneurship and international trade.

High School

As students’ interests and needs mature, the classroom focus turns to how economics relate to their lives. They learn basic financial planning, workplace ethics and skills such as budgeting and investing. And through a sophisticated online simulation, many get first-hand experience in running a virtual business. JA volunteers provide positive adult role models and lead students toward workforce readiness.

Program Impact in Southern Colorado

25,970 Students

150,234 Educational Contact Hours

The following cities had students participating in Junior Achievement programs this year: Aspen, Basalt, Beulah, Colorado Springs, Carbondale, Crested Butte, Cripple Creek, Canon City, Durango, Fountain, Ft. Carson, Glenwood Springs, Gunnison, Hoehne, Lamar, Manitou Springs, Monument, New Castle, Parachute, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Peyton, Rifle, Rye, Silt, Trinidad, Westcliffe, and Weston.

Total Students Elementary School Middle School High School Total

Colorado Springs 10,706 2,475 2,204 15,385

Pueblo 5,803 385 1,394 7,582

Glenwood Springs 1,585 1,000 26 2,611

Gunnison 313 64 15 392

Total 18,407 3,924 3,639 25,970

Colorado Springs 491 106 114 711

Pueblo 275 22 60 357

Glenwood Springs 85 43 1 129

Gunnison 15 5 2 22

Total 866 176 177 1,219

Total Classes Elementary School Middle School High School Total

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Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

21st Century Skills Forum On January 15, 2010, Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc., teamed with sponsors and funders to present a unique career workshop to 300 high school students from two area school districts. Pikes Peak Community College hosted the event, which united volunteers from the business community, educators and students for a glimpse of what it takes to become a successful citizen and worker in the 21st century.

Goal

Graphic: The Design Partnership

Increase student interest in emerging national and global issues and the education skills needed for related careers in these areas.

I want to go into the technology field so it was really eye opening as to what jobs were available.

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It helped me confirm my career choice and clarified my priorities.

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entrepreneurship | financial literacy | work readiness


Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

JA in a Day What is JA in a Day? • Whole school participation • One day delivery of JA programs • Impacts all students/classes • One company/organization sponsorship • One day of volunteer time

What’s in it for a company? • It’s fun and requires only one workday • Team building opportunity • Develops leadership skills • Supports community involvement goals • Generates positive publicity and name recognition • Makes a difference and inspires youth

Graphic: The Design Partnership

2009-2010 Schools and Sponsoring Companies

Banning Lewis Ranch Academy Cresson Elementary Hunt Elementary Rudy Elementary STAR Academy Stratmoor Hills Elementary Stratton Meadows Elementary Horizon Middle Skyview Middle

Junior Achievement Board of Directors Pikes Peak Rotary Club of Woodland Park FedEx Services T. Rowe Price Schmidt Construction Company, Community Volunteers Focus on the Family JA Worldwide Lockheed Martin The Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce

Employees of Lockheed Martin volunteered for JA in a Day at Horizon Middle School

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SCHOOLS Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

School Involvement Colorado Springs Area

District 2 Bricker (E) Centennial (E) Chamberlin Academy Fox Meadow (M) Harrison (H) Monterey (E) Mountain Vista Community Oak Creek (E) Otero (E) Pikes Peak (E) Sand Creek (E) Sierra (H) Soaring Eagles (E) Stratmoor Hills (E) Stratton Meadows (E)

District 3 Mesa Ridge (H) Sunrise (E) Talbott (E) Webster (E)

District 8 Abrams (E) Carson (M) Mesa (E) Mountainside (E) District 11 Bristol (E) Carver (E) Chipeta (E) Columbia (E) Coronado (H) Doherty (H) Freedom (E) Fremont (E) Grant (E) Henry (E) Holmes (M) Howbert (E) Hunt (E) Jenkins (M) 6

Keller (E) King (E) Lincoln (E) Madison (E) Mark Twain (E) Martinez (E) McAuliffe (E) Midland International (E) Monroe (E) North (M) Nueva Ventura Queen Palmer (E) Rudy (E) Russell (M) Scott (E) STAR Academy Steele (E) Taylor (E) Tesla Educational Opportunity Center The Bijou School Trailblazer (E) Wasson (H) West (E) West (M) Will Rogers (E) Wilson (E)

District 12 Broadmoor (E) Cheyenne Mountain (E) Cheyenne Mountain (H) Gold Camp (E) Pinon Valley (E) Skyway Park (E) District 14 Manitou Springs (E) Manitou Springs (H)

District 20 Academy Endeavor (E) Academy International (E) Air Academy (H) Antelope Trails (E)

Chinook Trail D20 Bridges Program Discovery Canyon Campus Eagleview (M) Explorer (E) Foothills (E) Liberty (H) Mountain Ridge (M) Mountain View (E) Pioneer (E) Prairie Hills (E) Rampart (H) Ranch Creek (E) Rockrimmon (E) The Classical Academy-North (7-12) Woodmen-Roberts (E)

District 38 Lewis-Palmer (E) Lewis-Palmer (H) Monument Academy

District 49 Banning Lewis Ranch Academy Evans (E) Horizon (M) Meridian Ranch (E) Odyssey (E) Patriot Learning Center Remington (E) Ridgeview (E) Skyview (M) Stetson (E)

District 23JT Peyton (E)

District 9-R Durango (H)

District CC-1 Custer County (E) Custer County (H)

District RE-1 Cresson (E) Cripple Creek-Victor (H)

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Colorado Springs - Other

Child, Youth, & School Services-Ft. Carson Children’s Depot Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind Colorado Springs Christian School Divine Redeemer Catholic School Partners Learning Center Pikes Peak BOCES School of Excellence Pikes Peak Community College (21st Century) Pikes Peak Prep Scholars to Leaders Academy Zebulon Pike Youth Services Center

Pueblo

District 60 Baca (E) Belmont (E) Bessemer Academy Beulah Heights (E) Boys and Girls Club Bradford (E) Carlile (E) Cesar Chavez Academy Columbian (E) Corwin International Magnet Delores Huerta Preparatory (H) Franklin (E) Goodnight (E) Haaff (E) Heaton (M) Hellbeck (E) Heritage (E) Highland Park (E) Irving (E) St. John Neumann Catholic School Minnequa (E) Morton (E)

Park View (E) Pueblo Central (H) Pueblo South (H) Risley (M) Somerlid (E) South Park (E) Spann (E) St. Therese Catholic School Sunset Park (E)

District 70 Beulah (E) Beulah (M) Cedar Ridge (E) Desert Sage (E) North Mesa (E) Prairie Winds (E) Pueblo County (H) Pueblo Tech Academy Pueblo West (E) Pueblo West Christian Academy Rye (H) Rye (E) Sierra Vista (E) South Mesa (E) Vineland (E)

District RE-1 Harrison (E)

District RE-2 Lamar (H)

District RE-3 Hoehne (H) Hoehne (M) Primero (E) Trinidad (H)

Joe Notsch of Lockheed Martin presents the JA Global Marketplace program at Horizon Middle School

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Roaring Fork Valley Aspen School District Aspen Community Aspen (M)

District RE-1 Basalt (M) Basalt (E) Waldorf on the Roaring Fork Carbondale Community Carbondale (M) Crystal River (E) Glenwood Springs (M) St. Stephens School Sopris (E) Glenwood Springs (E)

District RE-2 Elk Creek (E) Riverside (M) Coal Ridge (H) Cactus Valley (E) Rifle (M) Wamsley (E)

District 16 (Parachute) St. John (E) Grand Valley (M)

Gunnison Country District RE-1J Crested Butte Community Gunnison (E) Gunnison (M)

Gunnison Country - Other Orsch (E)

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VOLUNTEERS Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Elementary School (E), Middle School (M), High School (H): Number of classes taught 5 Star Bank Amnet Linda Reed (E) Ralph Miller (H) Trevor Dierdorf (E,H) Michelle Smothers (E) Anna Szunyogh (E) A Step Ahead Adoption Bank of Colorado Denise Robinson (E) Diane Hogan (M,H) Dan Giovanini (M-2) Katie Travis (E) Virginia Valverde (E) Academy Bank Bank of the San Juans Jeannie Williams (E) Terry Darby (E-7) Angie Beach (H) Tyneika Williams (E)

Active Wellness Chiropractic Candice Weigel (E,H) Agilent Jake Martens (E)

Air Academy Federal Credit Union Karin Kovalovsky (E) Allstate Insurance Dave Beutel (M) Alpine Bank Niall Byers (H)

Benefit Reassurance Kathi Ogrodny (E-4)

BOGO Blue Value Card James Sack (E) Booz/Allen/Hamilton Kirk Moen (E) Patrice Ratterree (E) The Broadmoor Hotel Michelle Glorie (E)

Alpine Technology Deborah Hendrix (E-3)

Brown, Wheeldon, Tafoya & Barrett PC Chris Carney (H) Heidi Holland (H) Brad Wolter (H)

American Cancer Society B.J. Boucher (H)

CCV School District Laureen Murray (E)

Alta Vista Chiropractic Kurt Perkins (E)

American National Bank Christy Baez (E-2) Marigrace Deveyra (E-2) Ann Giambalvo (E) Melissa Havercamp (E-3) Suzanne Lucas (M) Amy Rice (E) Ann Sulley (E-7) Deb Watson (E-2) Ameriprise Financial JJ Jamison (E-2) Carol Breglio (E-3) 8

Catherine Skiles, CPA Cathy Skiles (E-2)

Checques & Balances Dot Caton (H) Chick-fil-A Rob Taylor (M)

Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS), Fort Carson Amanda Baldwin (E) Dantaya Davis (E) Peony Glenn (E) JoAnna Lopez (E) Barbara Moreland (E) John Pittman (E)

Children’s Depot Carrie Miller (E) Ashleigh Peduzzi (E)

CIA Leavitt Bruce Hutcheon (M)

City of Colorado Springs Patrick Jernigan (E-6)

Coldwell Banker 1st Choice Don Butzlaff (E) Colorado Catholic Herald Christopher Reynolds (M)

Colorado Home Inspectors Ken Moon (E)

Colorado Neuropsychology Association Dianna Helffenstein (E-2)

Colorado Springs Business Journal Military Newspaper Group Tammy Fogall (E-2)

Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Jen Furda (M) Colorado Springs Health Partners Deborah Chandler (E)

Colorado Springs Sky Sox Jon Eddy (H)

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Colorado Springs Utilities Julia Gallucci (E) Aracely Guillen (E) David Maier (E) Colorado State Bank and Trust David Groe (E-2)

Comcast Renee Tapia (E) Keith Turner (M) Dana Rojas (E-2)

Community Volunteers Sam Adams (E) Jeff Ahrendsen (E) Gary Atkins (E) Michelle Bell (E-2) John Bell (E) Rachael Bernard (E) Tim Bilderback (H) Terra-Raye Carter (E) Joe Cascarelli (H) Dave Colburn (H) John Cunico (E-2) Lisa Czelatdko (E-3) Scott Detlof (E) Anna Diaz (E) Klaus Dimmler (E) Gayle Divine (M) Margarette Ellwell (E) Mary Feten (E) Alicia Ford (E) Jerilyn Fortune (E-4) Michelle Freddolino (M) Karen Gentzel (E-8) Jennifer George (E) Michele Geraci (M) Cindy Grey (E) Laura Hannon (E) Kristina Harmon (E) Tom Hofmann (E-2) Alysa Hopkins (E) Melissa Hortik (M) Andrea Husser (E-2) Daryl Joiner (M-2, H-3)


Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Elizabeth Jones (E,M) Dan Kearney (E-4, M-7) Janet Knox(E) Sophie Kogut (M) Ruth Kristinsson (E-2) Jerry Losey (M) Al Maes (E) Pam Maier (E) Jason Murdock (E-2) Randy Nelson (E) Anna Orgeron (E-2) Pete Page (E-6) Tom Parker (H) Julie Papa (E) Haiddie Prata (E) Jalpa Pratel (E) Chris Richey (M) Sarah Rose (M) Mundi Ross (E-2, M) Mary Russel Baucom (E-2) Diane Salek (M) Mary Sparks (H) John Spidell (H) Brad Stark (E-3) Frank Stryganek (E) William Sutherland (E) John Thayer (E-2) Lisa Travis (E) Colleen Wade (E-6) Ken Wasoba (M) Dawn Webster (E) Conspire Lynette Crow (M) James Dodd (M)

CSU Extension-Durango Wendy Rice (H)

Crowne Plaza Mary Dawson (M)

CSU-Pueblo Students Paige Shepherd (E-3) Nikki Hughes (E)

Custer County Government Carole Custer (E) The Design Partnership Ginny Greene (E-2) The Dierks Group Harry Dierks (E)

Doctor Experts, Inc. Kathleen Holcombe (E)

EF Foundation for Foreign Study Joey Finkbeiner (E-3, H-6)

El Paso Western Pipelines Julie Adams (E) Russ Clark (M) Evelyn Spencer (E) El Pomar Foundation Sam Clark (E) Kate Deeny (E-3) Trevor Findley (E-2) Melissa Glasser (E) Patrice Henson (E)

Ent Federal Credit Union Mary Alveran (E) April Cady (E) Rachel Cruz (H) Jeremy Davis (E-2) Tanya Duboue (E-2) Keri Gass (E-2) Tim Janvrin (E) Sheila Malone (H) Stephanie McCroskey (E) Sherrie Mitchell (E-2) Kelly Montoya (E-2) Ryan Panariso (M) Jon Paukovich (E) Lori Velie (M-2) Bob Walla (E-9) Bridgett Yeldell (E) ERA Shields Real Estate Jackie McGee (M-2) Alan Rest (E-3)

Farmers State Bank Shari Bosco (E-2) Jennifer Plumley Scalia (E,M)

FedEx Services Jeff Baron (E) Michelle Barr (E) Erceila Butler (E) Kathy Courson (E) Tony Diaz (E) Janelle England (E) Cris Hamann (E) Beth Houben (E) Donna Gibbs (E) Kip Kleinhuizen (E-2) David LaCroix (E) Iantha Lee (E) Percy Lopez (E)

Greg Loveall (E) Susan Oselio (E) Susan Pehrson (E) Mitch Plummer (E) Tony Rivera (E) Dave Smith (E) Don Smith (E) Barry Straub (E-2, H-2) Greg Tabor (E) Diane Turechek (E) Alex Valentine (E) Kara Vitali (E, H-2) Michael Wagner (E)

Fountain Colony Gary Feffer (H)

Foxworth Galbraith Dena Cordova (H)

Fredrick Zink & Associates Gina Allman (H) Sherin Clarke (H) Furry Friends Terry Brookham (E)

GE Johnson Rennie Bradshaw (H) Mario Elliott (H) Doug Finley (H) George Harris (H) Peter Speiser (H) Sean Young (H)

FirstBank Danielle Beane (E) Zach Bunney (E,H) Melissa Davis (E) Brian Eschler (H) Natasha Flores (E) Cheryl Marceau (E) Linda Potter (E) Jeff Weston (E,M)

GE Tax Service Inc. George Edie (H)

Fluke Networks Garrett Edwards (E-4)

Hewlett-Packard Addie Sale (E-2)

First National Bank of Durango Moni Grushkin (H)

Flying Horse Realty Nate Banet (E)

Focus on the Family Paul Batura (E) Holly Bissey (E) Joanna Brown (E) Kristin Darr (E) Cathy Ellis (E) Jesse Florea (E) Rhonda Frailey (E) CoriAnne Gillen (E) Diane Ingolia (E) Clint Jenkin (E) Erin Keaney (E) Carrie Kintz (E) Joanna Lutz (E) Helen Mills (E) Ron Reno (E) Jan Schmidt (E) Gary Schneeberger (E) Ashley Shaw (E) Doug Sommer (E,M) Samantha Ward (E) Jeremy Woodard (E)

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Gervais, McCannon & Associates Paul Gervais (H)

Highland Commercial Chad Moynahan (E)

Horace Mann Dennis Jordan (M-2,H-2)

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies Ana DĂ­Hondt (E) Michael Martinka (H-2) Brian Walls (M-3) Integrated Financial Planning, PC Paul Lemmon (H)

Intel Corporation Betty Capozzoli (E-2) Greg Halterman (E)

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Sherry Neese (E-2)

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Monica Gillooly (E-4)

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Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Penny Immel (E-5) Dave Loose (M) Sue McClernan (E-4) Scott McGinnis (E-8)

JA Worldwide Donna Abdallah (E) Melanie Adams (E) Linda Arguello (E) Tim Armijo (E) Howard Bartner (E) Stephanie Bell (E) Diane Birkeness (E-3) Bob Borges (E) John Box (E) Pamela Casteel (E) Jodi Conditt (E) Lisa Connor (E) Debbie Denmark (E) Tom Dewar (E-6) Allison Farr (E-3) Mark Fiore (E) Don Kennedy (E) Wendy King (E) Jeannette Lee (E-2) Denise Maueur (E) Beth Mazak (E) Laurie Mozingo (E) Laurie Onstott (E) Marci Owen (E) Theresa Romero (E) Erin Sawyer (E) Donald Sedlock (E) Heather Spahn (E) Debra Stinton (E-2) Barb Ulen (E) Arlene Wanninger (E)

JLS Appraisal Services Joe Schmipf (E-2) Kaiser Permanente Melanie Richey (E-2, M)

Kids on Bikes Lindsey Arkfeld (E) Klein Appraisal Claudia Klein (E-2) Kogan Builders Scott Smith (H)

Learning Rx Patty Gould (E) Natalie Speakman (E) 10

Top Providers of JA Volunteers Companies that Provided Highest Number of Classes/Volunteers

Mitre Corporation Sam Wootton (E-5) James Jones (E)

Monument Academy Julie Shook (E)

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Ken Duncan (H)

T. Rowe Price – 50 classes Lockheed Martin – 47 classes JA Worldwide – 31 classes

Volunteer Recognition

15 years of service Addie Sale, Hewlett-Packard Kathy Schwindt, U.S. Bank Doug Sommer, Focus on the Family Bob Walla, Ent Federal Credit Union Lockheed Martin Matt Anderies (M) Paul Antoinette (M) Quincy Aragon (M) Patrick Barrett (E-2) Gene Bergmeier (M) Andrea Black (E) Kurt Bryant (M) Tim Dare (E) Carolyn Derr (M) Colleen DeVries (E) Rebecca DeWitt (H) Bobby Dickinson (M) Jennifer Dinges (E) Brandon Embrey (M) Steve Emerlander (M) Andrew Foster (M) Carly Friedman (E-2, M) Mark Gillott (M) Jason Gritters (M) Jennifer Hassan (M) Jessica Jacobs (M) Donna Johnson (M) Mike Kiernan (M) Brooke Koclanes (M) Stefan Kubricht (M, H-2) Mike Nguyen (M) Joe Notsch (E-4, M-6)

Jesse Peet (M) Donna Ramos (M) Scott Reina (M) Kelly Riordan (M) Erin Riley (E-2) Ron Robins (M) Cheryl Sanfilippo (M) Mike Seay (E-2) Mark Shaffer (M) Chris Spadafora (M) Patrick Stephens (M) Brandon Sutherlin (M) Ian Swapp (M) Tom Tenpenney (M) Terry Urban (M) Irene Vasquez (M) Sarah Zimbelman (M)

Navy Federal Credit Union Maria Gianaros (E) Jennifer Herzberg (E-6) Beth James (E) Krystal McLaughlin (E-2) Desirae Stratton (E-2) Megan Thompkins (E) Leilani Woller (E-2)

NORAD John Zentner (M)

NORTHCOM Dave Knitt (M-2)

Optimist Club Liz Shaw (M)

Oracle USA Joey Hanlon (E) David Warhoe (H-2)

Peak Opportunities Liz Anderson (E)

Pease Financial Group Dave Smiley (H)

Peoples National Bank Victoria Heit (E)

Pepsi Bottling Group Garry Hill (E) Janet Woods (E)

Manpower Toni Fleming (H) Matt Ellis (H)

Peterson AFB Dirk Anderson (M)

Memorial Health Systems Pamper Stone (E-2)

Prepaid Legal Service Gloria Henderson (E)

Marilyn Freeman & Associates Marilyn Freeman (E)

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Pikes Peak Community College Jerry Fritz (H)


Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Progressive Insurance Charlie Baughman (E-2) Jennifer Black (H-2) Diane Farley (H) Evette Meisel (E-2) Shani Vegoren (H) Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors Randy Reynolds (E-3) Regis University Erica Allgood (E,M) Charity Peek (M)

RMJ Capital, Inc Larry Peek (H-2)

Rocky Mountain Bank and Trust Tom Havens (M) Argy Wargo (M)

Rose Bridge Creations Jennifer Bowers (E-4, M) Salon 7 Stuart Blom (M) Rick Newcomb (E) Emily Schmidt (E) Meryl Suckow (M)

Schmidt Construction Company Sharon Chavez (E) Dan Kasson (E) Shelby Leonard (M) Leonard Miller (E-5) Don Schleicher (E) Jim Stewart (E-5)

Scott Elementary School Michelle Tubbs (E)

Security Service Federal Credit Union Kyung Adams (H) Gen Boots (H) Val Bravo (H) Rebecca Bumgarner (H) Brittany Clark (H) Felicia Davis (E) Charadie Finkle (H) Darla Francisco (H) Christye Gonzalez (E-3, H-3) Nick Grall (E-2) Janelle Irwin (H)

Melissa Kerr (H-2) Jason Latka (H) Stephanie Mares (H) Kim Martinez (E) Savannah Peters (H) Deyanira Rodriguez (E,M) Sanja Romanishan (H) Mary Schmiechen (E) Pam Turpin (E) Josephine Villavert (H) Donna Williams (H) Siemens Water Technologies Corp. Batina Clark (M-2)

Southwest Colorado Federal Credit Union Darci McMahon (H)

Stanley Financial Services Bill Stanley (M-2) Staples Penny Harper (E-3)

State Farm Insurance Tom Calvin (E-2) Todd Colgan (E)

State Farm Insurance, Denise Elliott Agency Brandon Montag (H)

Stanton Chase International Robert Shirilla (M,H)

T. Rowe Price Tracy Aguilar (E) Craig Angier (E) Carrie Barry (E) Matt Barry (E) Jen Bishop (E) Jonathan Bolton (H) Dwight Bowman (E-2) Catherine Brown (E-2) Jen Bunke (E, H) Jonathan Chalco (E-2) Jason Chao (E) Mike Cotter (H) Austin DeBrito (E) Joseph Delorme (E) Sean DĂ­Gornaz (E) Kim Ellison (E) Lanetta Farr (E, H) Dan Funk (H) Stanley Gbandawa (E, H-2)

Meaghan Greene (E) Nicole Grima (E) Scott Honea (E) Andrea Howell (E) Gwen Keller (E) Amy Kelley (E) Rebecca Kuenn (E-2) Danielle Macias (E) Jeff Nelson (E, H) Beth Niewald (E-3) Kim Nosal (E-2) Danielle Plumb (H) Nik Robinette (E-2) Wade Schmidt (E) Erica Schneider (E) Nicole Shipley (E) Cory Stearman (H) Jason Stewart (E) Jen Suess (E-2) Molly Sykes (E) Bruce Wadman (E) Barbie Walsh (E) Elissa Washburn (E-2) Doug Weaver (E-2) James White (E,H) Allison Wienholt (H) Mickey Wienholt (H) Dave Wilkerson (E-2) Joel Wood (E, H-2) Steve Wood (E) Steve Zettlemoyer (E)

Transcendent Benefit Consulting Sharlene Yabe (E-4)

UCCS Faculty Kathleen Fitzgerald (E)

UCCS Student Sam Henry (E)

UMB Bank Cheryl Casper (E-2) Tamara Gormsen (E-3) Kathleen Parsons (E-4) Valerie Remington (E) Greg Welch (E-2)

University of Phoenix Anthony Davies (H-2) Michelle Hable (E) Thaddeus House (M) USAA Dana Hagood (E) Jim Hanson (E)

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U.S. Air Force Michael Delforge (M) Tami Toma (M-3)

U.S. Bank Bryan Bari (E) Chrystal Christian (E) Kevin Davis (E) Amber Dodge-Pike (E) AJ Hoerth (E) Marci Law (E-2) Kathy Schwindt (E-2) Denice Thanner (E)

Vectra Bank Shannon Hellman (E-2)

Webster University Tiffany Noe (M) Laraine Saldivar Gillespie (M) Wells Fargo Bank John Francis (H) Tom Maher (M) Renato Obregon (M) Elise Poole (E)

Wells Fargo Home Mortgages Herminio Maldonado (E-4)

Wells Fargo Insurance Services Kathy Francis (E-3) Rita Nicholson (E-3, M-2) Jill Russo (E-3) Sabrina Swink (E-4) Jennifer Walker (E-5)

Woodford Manufacturing Steve Woodford (E)

Woodland Park Rotary Sue Greene (M) Ed Leech (E) Eric Murray (E) Bob Vollaire (E) X-Ray Service and Supply, Inc. Al Williams (E-7)

Zurich North America Dan MacDonald (E-3)

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SUPPORT Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Top Funders

$15,000 + Everest University Online FedEx Services Schmidt Construction Company USAA Walmart Foundation

$10,000 to $14,999 Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs AT&T Comcast Daniels Fund Ent Federal Credit Union GE Johnson Construction GHX Pepsi Bottling Group Security Service Credit Union T. Rowe Price

$5,000 to $9,999 American National Bank Colorado Lending Source Colorado Springs Business Journal Colorado Springs Health Partners El Paso Western Pipelines FirstBank of El Paso County & Colorado Springs Hewlett-Packard JA Worldwide Key Foundation Lockheed Martin Paul Martinez Sam’s Club State Farm Insurance Companies U.S. Bank Weathercraft Company

Volunteer JJ Jamison leads a JA in a Day program at Cresson Elementary School

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$2,500 to $4,999 Air Academy Federal Credit Union The Broadmoor Hotel Colorado Springs Utilities Colorado Technical University Dave & Carolyn Colburn Dr. Mike Brown Dr. Timothy Hall Garry Hill Gary Backstrom Howard & Pam Bartner Industrial Printers J. C. Penney Joe Woodford Lary Lippert Peter Grady Randy Reynolds Rent-A-Center Rich Murphy Durango, CPA’s Wells Fargo Insurance Services Woodford Manufacturing

$1,000 to $2,499 Allstate Insurance Foundation El Pomar Foundation Gary & Jane Loo George Edie Great Western Bank Home Builders Association HSBC Jeanne Ekle Joslyn Charitable Trust Kaiser Permanente Katherine H. Loo Ken & Judy Wasoba LexisNexis Marc R. Van Ness, DMD, PC Maria Aries Matt Collins Mountain View Electric Association Northrop Grumman Nor’wood Development Corporation Packaging Express Phil Lane

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Qwest Steve & Kristin Woodford TEKsystems UMB Bank of Colorado Velcon Filters Westone Labs Inc.

$500 to $999 5 Star Bank Ann Sulley Bain Corp. Barry Straub Best Way Disposal Brown & Associates, LLC Cheryl Campbell Classic Companies Coca-Cola Colorado Machinery Colorado Springs Flea Market Concrete Coring Co. David Loose Dillie & Kuhn Dr. Lawrence Wang Elissa Washburn Frank & Jane Evans Jim Johnson Gary Atkins Kathy Schwindt LX Printing Matt Davis Mike & Kathi Ogrodny Murray Weiner Nancy Brown Navakai Paisano Unlimited Penrose Elementary School Peoples National Bank Pikes Peak Kiwanis Club Progressive Insurance Rampart Plumbing & Heating Supply Inc. Rick Weber Rita Nicholson Waste Management of Southern Colorado Wayne & Jan Booker Wells & West General Contractors, Inc.


SPECIAL EVENTS

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

One hundred and twenty five friends of Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. supported the 7th Annual JA Golf Classic, presented by GE Johnson Construction Company on Friday, August 7, 2009 at Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club at Fort Carson. This year, the Outback Steakhouse team comprised of David Fly, Chad Helms, Matthew McMunn and Chad Reynolds stole the trophy away from the reigning champions, the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The popular tournament netted $15,213 to support Junior Achievement programs.

Presenting Sponsor

Additional Sponsors

Nine Hole Sponsors

Million Dollar Hole-In-One Challenge

Lunch

In-Kind Sponsors

Awards Sponsor

Putting Contest

Beverage Cart

Hole Sponsors

Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs Crandall, Christensen & Associates Craddock Companies Infront Webworks Inc. JA Worldwide – Howard Bartner TEKsystems

Golf Classic Foursomes

Alpine Casting AT&T Dave Colburn Team Colorado Machinery Colorado Springs Business Journal Cukjati Dillie & Kuhn FedEx FirstBank GE Johnson Construction Company

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. JA Worldwide Mountain View Electric Association Navakai Outback Steakhouse Peoples National Bank Pepsi Bottling Group Pikes Peak Kiwanis Club Progressive Insurance Qwest southerncolorado.ja.org

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Rock N’ Bowl More than 1,000 individuals from 33 area businesses raised $81,017 during the 2010 Junior Achievement “ELVIS” Rock N’ Bowl. Once again USAA came in as the top fundraising company with 27 teams participating for a total of $7,877.65 raised. A special thanks to Rock N’ Bowl Chair Barry Straub of FedEx Services and to FedEx for being the presenting sponsor. Corporate sponsors included Colorado Springs Health Partners, Great Western Bank, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Pepsi Bottling Group. And we want to thank the Chik-fil-A cow for making a personal appearance.

Presenting Sponsor

Host Venue

Corporate Sponsors

“Ah, thank you very much” says a team from El Paso Corporation

Lane Sponsors

Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs FirstBank NextTech Solutions TEKsystems U.S. Bank

Bowlers got into the “Jail House Rock” theme

Participating Companies (Number of Teams) American National Bank Comcast Colorado Springs Health Partners Colorado Technical University Colorado Springs Utilities Dynamic Solutions El Paso Corporation Ent Federal Credit Union FedEx Services FirstBank Great Western Bank

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Fundraisers donned Elvis capes and wigs for the event

GE Johnson Construction Company Hewlett-Packard JA Worldwide Kaiser Permanente Lockheed Martin LX Printing Martinez Elementary School McGinnis GMAC Realty Navy Federal Credit Union Pepsi Bottling Group Paisano Unlimited

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Penrose Elementary School 2 Schmidt Construction Company 3 Security Service Federal Credit Union 12 T. Rowe Price 8 TEKsystems 1 U.S. Bank 4 USAA 27 Marc Van Ness, D.M.D. 2 Wells Fargo Insurance Services 7 Woodmen-Roberts Elementary School 3

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17th Annual Gala Auction Summit Sponsors

More than 400 guests gathered for the 17th Annual Junior Achievement “Roaring ‘20s” Gala Auction on Saturday, May 8, 2010 at the Antlers Hilton in downtown Colorado Springs. George Whitesell and His All Stars featuring Jill Watkins provided the evening’s entertainment and News 13 KRDO’s Jon Karroll served as Master of Ceremonies as patrons bid on hundreds of items donated by the local business community. A total of $55,000 was raised for Junior Achievement programs. A special thank you to the 2010 Gala Auction Committee members: Liz Anderson, Kathi Ogrodny, Kathy Schwindt, Jan Booker, Ann Sulley and Melanie Richey. Robert L. Garner (pictured left) was honored at the Gala Auction with the “Gary Backstrom Spirit of Achievement Award” for “Sustained and Meaningful Leadership” to Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Peak Sponsors

Entrepreneur Table Sponsors

AT&T Colorado Springs Health Partners Dr. Lawrence Wang El Pomar Foundation Ent Federal Credit Union Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Marc Van Ness, D.M.D. Packaging Express Pepsi Bottling Group Tom Dewar and Friends USAA Property & Casualty U.S. Bank

Auction Donors

AAA Rental Center A Carpet Doctor aba Tina Academy Best Western Hotel Adarand Constructors Inc. Air Force Academy Athletic Association All Breed Rescue and Training Allegiant Air Alpine Chef Catering American Furniture Warehouse American National Bank Liz Anderson

Ron Anderson Gar Anneler Antlers Hilton Anton Nash, LLC Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Maria Arias Art Bank Gary Atkins AT&T Auto Tech Plaza Gary Backstrom Bambino’s Charlie Baughman Beads by Design

Bella Studios Biaggi’s Restaurant Black Bear Restaurant Blue Fox Photography Jan and Wayne Booker Boutte’s Lifestyle Portraits Box Camera Photos And Framing Briarhurst Manor Estate Bronco Billy’s Steakhouse Kate Brunz Buckley Vision Institute Tom Calvin Canine Campus

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Lois Carlock Carlos’ Bistro Carl’s Jr. Debbie Chandler Robin Chandler Charlie Brown’s Goodtime Travel Chef ’s Catalog Cheyenne Canon Inn Cheyenne Mountain Resort The Country Club of Colorado Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Chief Petroleum Chopsticks Asian Bistro

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Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Barbara Clark Club at Flying Horse Tom Cobb David Colburn Patty Coldwater Colorado Fishing Adventures & Broadmoor Sporting Classics Colorado Springs Balloon Classic Colorado Springs Business Journal Colorado Springs Country Club Colorado Springs Flea Market Comcast Compleat Games and Hobbies Gene Contreras Continental Cleaners Costco Courtyard by Marriott Craftwood Inn Crandall, Christensen & Associates, Inc. Tommy Crawford Colorado Springs Health Partners Cukjati Curves Matt Davis Ray Denny Derby Dance & Music Arts Tom and Tina Dewar Divers Reef DSI Professional Restoration Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Dynamic Solutions Sherry Edwards Dr. Jeremiah Ellias Elly Blue El Pomar Foundation Engineered Landscapes Ent Federal Credit Union Extended Stay America Facelogic Fairfield Inn Fargo’s Pizza Co. Firestone Complete AutoCare FirstBank Fitness Focus Five Guys Burgers & Fries Flying W Ranch Focus on the Family Fountain Creek Productions Front Range Barbeque Garden of the Gods Gourmet Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center 16

David Gardner GE Johnson Construction Ghost Town Museum Ginny Greene Giuseppe’s Restaurant Gold Fingers Jewelry Randy Gradishar Great Clips Great Harvest Bread Company Great Western Bank Theo Gregory

Brian Larson Laser Quest Lawn Doctor Little London Cake Shop Little Nepal LJ Promotional Products Lockheed Martin Longaberger - Pat Arkfeld Lotus Salon & Spa Louie’s Pizza Loveland Ski Area

Mary and Leonard Miller (incoming JA board chairman)

Jim Hanson George Harris Dr. Mark Hatchell Jim Hayes Garry Hill Hobbytown Holden House Bed & Breakfast Inn Hollydot Golf Course Homewood Suites by Hilton Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region Industrial Printers Hyatt Place Island Orchid iT’Z Family Fun Center Jula Salon and Spa Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. JA Worldwide Kaiser Permanente Karin Kovalovsky Kool K9’s Dog Training La Casita Patio Cafe Lamar Outdoor Advertising

Lucky Dog Resort Luisa Graff Jewelers MacKenzie’s Chophouse Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway Co. Mardel Christian and Education Store Margarita at Pine Creek Marigold Cafe & Bakery Paul Martinez Lon Matejczyk Melting Pot Rebekah Metzger, Remember When...Photography Leonard Miller Monarch Ski & Snowboard Area Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Co. Mozaic George Murphy Richard Murphy Rita Nicholson North Springs Acupuncture Nosh Northeast Chiropractic

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Laser Therapy Novus Glass Kathi Ogrodny Out of the Box Overhead Door Company of Colorado Springs Packaging Express Patsy’s Candies Allan Paty Payless Wine and Liquor Peak Opportunities Pepsi Bottling Company Pet City - Chapel Hills P. F. Chang’s Peak Opportunities Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. Phelan Gardens Pikes Peak Acura Planet Granite Ed Posa Postal Annex Pressed 4 Time Jan Pro Progressive Insurance Quality Rubber Stamps Regina’s Unique Boutique Residence Inn Randy Reynolds Rich Designs Home Melanie Richey RMC Distributing Rocky Mountain Cycle Rodeway Inn James Rothe Royal Gorge Bridge & Park Royal Gorge Route Railroad Rudy’s Little Hideaway Rutledge’s Salon Elite Salus Salzman Real Estate Sam’s Club Santa’s Workshop Schmidt Construction Kathy Schwindt Security Service Federal Credit Union Serranos Coffee Sheldon’s Luncheonette Sinton Dairy Skate City Ski Cooper Sky Sox Baseball Doug Sommer Southside Johnny’s Speirs Clinic for Plastic Surgery Spencer’s Lawn and Garden


Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. CenterSport Clips Sports Stuff You Need Starbucks Starlyn’s Chocolates Barry Straub Success Training Ann Sulley Sunlight Mountain Resort T. Rowe Price Tabeguache Steakhouse Tarryall River Ranch Texas Roadhouse The Blue Star The Broadmoor Hotel The Design Partnership The Famous The Food Designers The Knight Watch The Lettuce Head Restaurant The Melting Pot The Peppertree The Strater Hotel Tire Centers, LLC Tire World Auto Repair Centers Toad Hollow Vineyards U.S. Taekwondo Center UMB Bank U.S. Bank U.S. Olympic Center USAA Property and Casualty

USA Triathlon Marc Van Ness, D.M.D. Van Ness, Benning and Lanzisera Van Ness & Lanzisera, P.C. Anthony Vecciarelli, MD Veda Salon & Day Spa VisuElle, LLC Vitamin Cottage Waldron’s Photography Bob and Jeanine Walla Walter’s Bistro Dr. Lawrence Wang David Warhoe Ken and Judy Wasoba Water Works Car Wash Rick Weber Wells Fargo Advisors Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Insurance Services Joe Westerlund Todd Wilson Steve Woodford Woodford Manufacturing Woodmoor Pines Golf and Country Club YMCA - Briargate YMCA - Garden Ranch Zerbe Jewelers

George Whitesell and His All Stars working the crowd

One of only six remaining Roaring 20s-era Abadal Buicks took the spotlight at the Gala Auction at the Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs

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Castle Pines - Junior Achievement Invitational The weather was spectacular for the 2010 Castle Pines – Junior Achievement Invitational played on May 27 and 28, 2010. Golfers were treated to two days of world-class golf at the PGA-level course, luxurious overnight accommodations at the Castle Pines Cottages, meals prepared by the Castle Pines chef, and priceless camaraderie.

The Tournament agenda included a two man, best-ball, modified International Stableford scoring system. Special thanks to our 2010 hosts, James B. Hayes and Marc Van Ness, Mr. Jack Vickers for inviting us to play at Castle Pines and Randy Reynolds for serving as the event chair. 2010 marked the 8th year of the Castle Pines Junior Achievement Invitational.

Taking honors at the Invitational were (L to R) Randy Reynolds, Marc Van Ness, Jace Barbin and Jim Hayes.

The 2010 Castle Pines - Junior Achievement Invitational Champions are the team of Marc Van Ness and Jace Barbin

Tournament Participants

Jace Barbin Kurt Blasena Kent Bowman Mike Brown Matt Collins John Fleming Rob Gillespie Peter Grady

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Tim Hall Jim Hayes Bruce Johnson Larry Lippert Randy Reynolds Alex Smith Marc Van Ness Todd Wilson

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Board Members (L to R) Marc Van Ness, Todd Wilson, Randy Reynolds.

The signature 18th hole at Castle Pines Golf Club

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CONTACT

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc.

Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. Colorado Springs

419 W Bijou, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 Phone: (719) 636-2474 Fax: (719) 636-5232 David Loose, President and C.E.O. david.loose@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 21

Nancy I. Brown, Director of Education & District Operations nancy.brown@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 25

Scott McGinnis, Director of Accounting scott.mcginnis@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 26

Penny Immel, Manager of Special Events penny.immel@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 23

Monica Gillooly, Manager of Volunteer Relations monica.gillooly@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 27 Sue McClernan, Manager of Educator Relations sue.mcclernan@ja.org (719) 636-2474 Ext 24

Pueblo

601 N. Main St., Suite 221, Pueblo, CO 81003 Phone: (719) 546-9506 Fax: (719) 595-9481 Diana Gifford, Managing Director diana.gifford@ja.org (719) 546-9506

Heather Clark, Manager of Volunteer and Educator Relations heather.clark@ja.org (719) 546-9508

Roaring Fork Valley

915 School St., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Phone: (970) 404-7722 Sharon Brady, District Manager - Roaring Fork Valley sharon.brady@ja.org (970) 404-7722

Gunnison Country

PO Box 1, Crested Butte, CO 81224 Phone: (970) 275-8137 Jeff Buehler, Board Chair - Gunnison Country jbuehler@cobnks.com southerncolorado.ja.org

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