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annual report 2014 Camp Courage Maple Lake

C amp Friendship Annandale

Camp Courage North Lake George

Camp Eden Wood Eden Prairie

Camp New Hope McGregor

Camp Courage Maple Lake Camp Friendship Annandale

Camp Eden Wood Eden Prairie

Camp Courage North Lake George

Camp New Hope McGregor

Dear Friends, True Friends has a long legacy that stems from decades of generous giving, dedicated staff and helpful volunteers. For more than 50 years at Camp Friendship and for 60 years at Camp Courage, children and adults with a wide range of disabilities and challenges have benefited from our life-changing experiences. In 2014 we saw another year of learning and adjustment within the organization, along with many accomplishments. Look for the highlights we’ve scattered throughout the report. Creating and maintaining dynamic programs takes dedication, along with key partnerships and a focus on affordability. As we look to 2015, affordability is among our strategic goals and we continue to make services available regardless of one’s ability to pay. Our goal is to reduce the financial burden, stress and anxiety for families who have a child with a disability, because we know that the cost of raising a child with a disability can be up to one-third more than a child without a disability. On behalf of the children and adults and families we serve, our staff, and the boards, thank you for your continued support. Together, we are truly making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

Floyd Adelman Ed Stracke Board Chair President & CEO

Mission Provide life-changing experiences that enhance independence and self-esteem for children and adults with disabilities Vision A world where experiences and adventures are open to individuals of all abilities

Camp & Respite Programs

Volunteer Services

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True Strides Therapy Horses

Conference & Retreat

Team quest Team Building

Ventures Travel



Mya is a spunky 7-year-old who wears her pink cowgirl boots with pride. She skips into her lesson with a smile, excited to show her latest schoolwork to the True Strides instructors because it is marked with a large ‘WOW!’ from her teacher. The exclamation was not only for her correct answer, but for her excellent handwriting as well. She started hippotherapy lessons at age 2 1/2. Mya was born with cerebellar hypoplasia, which is a rare embryonic developmental disorder in which the cerebellum is either missing entirely or is smaller than usual. In response, the brain must work to compensate by rewiring itself around the cerebellum, the region of the brain that plays an important role in motor control. Because of her condition, Mya struggled with balance, core strength, visual, motor and fine motor tasks. She also had difficulty with visual tracking which resulted in difficulty with eye-hand coordination.

Shari, director of True Strides, and Mya, age 2, still requiring a back-rider in her lessons

Hippotherapy is physical or occupational therapy that utilizes Mya, age 7, demonstrating ‘jump’ position a horse in treatment. When Mya started hippotherapy, her balance, strength and coordination were weak. She walked in a bent-over position and often fell. She has developed her core strength and now walks tall. She skips, hops and recently performed in a dance recital without missing a beat. “Therapy riding is the best thing that has ever happened to Mya. Therapy riding assessed Mya’s strengths and weaknesses and developed a game plan for improvement that actually worked,” her father, Dan said.

Shari and Mya, showing her classwork

Highlight #1

Launched one of the largest hippotherapy programs in MN with the completion of the new equine center and acquisition of Sharadise Therapeutics

In a typical lesson, Mya works on her core strength and balance through a variety of fun activities. She helps choose the activities, things like ring toss from the horse, playing ‘tap tap’ where two riders go side by side and tap a large beach ball back and forth and Frisbee. From the smile on her face, her talkative nature and her demonstrated determination, it is clear Mya greatly enjoys her lessons. She interacts well with the staff, is a charming presence in the arena and listens very well to the reminders about her posture and balance. The lessons provide Mya with an opportunity for therapy, disguised as an upbeat hour of horseback riding. “Mya is very competitive and very aware of what she can and cannot do. By tapping into that natural personality and gently steering her in a positive manner, her work ethic emerged and has resulted in huge progress.” Shari, Director of the True Strides program said. Mya has shown tremendous progress during the past four years of riding. Combine that with her determined spirit and network of support and you see a very bright future ahead!

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Liza is a happy, hard-working 14-year-old who loves organizing her room, hanging out with friends and reading. She recently swam nine laps during a Special Olympics training session, stopping only briefly to catch her breath between lengths. We are thrilled that she’s back in the pool after being sidelined due to an eye injury during a major surgery in 2011. Liza was born with a rare craniofacial condition called Apert Syndrome. It causes the bones – primarily in the head, face, hands and feet – to grow in irregular ways. She has had more than 20 surgeries to separate her fingers, repair her palate, give her brain room to grow and enable her to breathe through her nose. She takes the surgeries in stride, tolerating the interventions and pain as she teaches her family, friends and medical team about courage, acceptance and grace. It’s her parents’ goal to give Liza the same opportunities her brother and sister have. One of these is experiencing the joy and independence of camp. They are very grateful True Friends makes camp accessible for children with special needs. Camp Courage is the highlight of the summer for Liza. Last year she attended Horsing Around Literacy Camp and loved it. She likes riding and bonding with the horses, tubing and sitting around the fire. The scholarship she receives from Dance with Courage (event story on page 6) has been a blessing, her family says. Without it, camp would not be possible because of other therapeutic and medical expenses. Jenna, a nursing student, learned about camp through her school supervisor and thought it would be a fun way to practice her nursing skills. She applied and was hired as a Health and Medication Aide at Camp Friendship. She had plenty of opportunity to use her skills at camp, but she took away much more than hands-on hours. Throughout the summer, Jenna learned patience, perseverance and creativity. Handling difficult behaviors was often challenging and stressful, but very rewarding. She learned how to provide quality medical assistance with compassion and care.

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“Working at camp has provided me with a new lens to look through. I have learned to be open and accepting of people of all shapes and sizes.” Her favorite memory was watching all the campers get up and move at the Thursday evening dance. Jenna graduated from nursing school in 2015 and after another summer at camp, she will begin her career as a Registered Nurse at a clinic in Minnetonka, Minnesota.

Highlight #2

True Friends had its first 09 enrollment increase since 20 True Friends | Page 4

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As a volunteer, Bob Dolan is willing to do any and everything. There is no job too big or too small, unless it involves power tools, Bob jokes. From tying shoelaces to assisting with daily cares for the campers, Bob does everything with positive energy and enthusiasm. He is the definition of a dedicated volunteer, even powering through a summer in an arm sling. “Bob positively impacts the dynamic of every group he is a part of,” said Tony Bown, past True Friends staff member. To the campers, Bob is a recognizable and trusted face at camp. He teaches the new counselors and acts as a personal mentor for the new staff. “Bob is the kind of guy you meet once in a lifetime. He changes the lives of everyone who meets him,” said staff Appreciation member Mel Lam. Bob said his2014 favoriteVolunteer tasks are assisting campers

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“Seeing the smiles and faces of the people who do things that they’ve been told they would never do - like horseback riding, tubing and zip lining, especially for people with acquired disabilities - is one of my favorite things about camp.” -Bob Dolan with their morning and evening routines. “Helping the campers with their cares is the most rewarding task because we treat each other like old friends, and that’s when you really get to know the campers the best.” Bob learned about camp while coaching basketball and assisting with archery and track and field at Courage Center. He had a daughter with a disability, who never attended camp herself, but Bob felt compelled to volunteer. He spends a few weeks each summer at Camp Courage and always insists he gets far more out of the experience than he gives. This is impressive, given that Bob is one of the hardest working volunteers at camp, often up first and to bed last, doing so with a positive attitude and can-do spirit. He’s an amazing example of True Friends in action.

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g n i s i a r Fund Event

Dance with Courage

Dance with Courage is an annual dance-a-thon at the Mall of America put on by Dance Arts Centre (DAC), a western metro dance school serving students and families from more than seven communities. The event features dances by DAC’s competition dancers, a Dad’s dance, a public inclusion dance and appearances by special groups like the Vikings Cheerleaders. The event engages businesses and individuals for sponsorships and spreads the word about True Friends camps and other services. For eight years, DAC has donated profits from its event to camp, totaling almost $110,000. The owner of Dance Arts Centre, Jill Reiken, talks about the origins of the event, “Nine years ago I was taking a course with an assignment to create an event that involved one of the communities in my life. I decided to do an event that included our students. I wanted them to understand and experience that they could make a difference in the lives of others. I wanted to focus on teaching our dancers the importance of working together, leading by example, maintaining deep values of social responsibility and giving back to our community. I had just been to a fundraising event that benefited Camp Courage and I was moved by the stories of the campers and what the camp was doing. This timing had me combine Camp Courage and Dance Arts Centre in my project, Dance with Courage. Since then, Dance with Courage has become an annual event where we have grown a relationship with Camp Courage and now True Friends. Each year our dancers and their parents have shared ideas to expand the event and our fundraising efforts as their heart and passion for camp has grown. We feel privileged to have such a special relationship with True Friends and look forward to more success in our future fundraising endeavors.”

Highlight #3

Developed or expanded partnerships with Groves Academy, Minnesota Life College, Arthritis Foundation, Special Olympics, AuSM (Autism Society of MN), CycleHealth and their “Kid Advisory Panel” (to support future cancer camps)

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Community Duluth Superior Area Support Community Foundation In 2005, shortly after Friendship Ventures (now True Friends) took over operations of Camp New Hope and began offering programming in the northeastern region of Minnesota, the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation became one of our first funders from the area. The foundation is a collection of funds established by area individuals, families, companies and residents to enhance the quality of life in the region in many specific ways. Since the first grant True Friends has been a consistent recipient of the foundation’s generosity. Initial grants were provided by the foundation’s Michael Adam Carroll Memorial Fund, resulting in seven grants. Later, the Lone Wolf Fund also began giving grants, increasing grant amounts several times, including a 2014 grant nearly twice True Friends’ grant request! After adding Courage Camps and its population of individuals with physical disabilities, the C.E. Jr and M.K. Fuller Fund, whose area of interest is benefiting that population, began providing grants. All grants were given to help fund camp fee assistance for Northeast Minnesota area residents. The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation has certainly enhanced the lives of many individuals through the support of our life-changing programs.

Corporate Donor

Luther Automotive

Luther Automotive has generously been supporting True Friends camps since 2007. One way they give back to the community is through employee fundraisers. Throughout the year, team members contribute $1.00 on Fridays for the privilege of dressing casually. Each quarter, they select a charitable organization to receive these funds. Plus, they match each dollar contributed with $25!

In 2014, Dorothy Hagen, a Luther Automotive team member, suggested True Friends be the recipient. Dorothy knows about camp through her brother, Dwayne. She says he has enjoyed his vacations at Camp Friendship over the years. From the moment Dwayne is picked up from camp until he is scheduled to go again the next year, he signs and talks about going to camp. His excitement and exuberance for camp is the reason she suggested True Friends. Dorothy knows there are many others who get the same joy from attending True Friends camps and that everyone could use more joy in their lives. In 2015, Luther Automotive has taken their support a step further. They are helping sponsor Camp VIP (Victory in Progress), a special camp session for children and youth with cancer or blood disorders. Not only are they financially supporting the camp, but team members will be volunteering at the camp. We thank Luther Automotive for their enthusiasm, their time and talent, and their donations. They have certainly enhanced the lives of the individuals we serve, helping them benefit from our life-changing programs.

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Highlight #4 Increased operating margin in our supporting services by 21%


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Fund raising ended the year adding $260,842 in revenue in December. The year was spent continuing, renewing and cultivating support from True Friends’ donors. Total assets at December 31, 2014 were $23,100,272 which includes the investment assets of True Friends Foundation. True Friends Foundation, established to provide financial support to True Friends, continues to be a valuable asset to the organization. The True Friends Foundation portfolio had an average year, with the return on core investments at 3.45%

Revenues Service Fees

$ 4,622,416

Public Support

$ 1,890,764

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Public Support 27.5% Other Sources 4.5% Investment Income 0.6%

Service Fees 67.3%

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$ 7,057,461




*Direct Service Expense By program Resident Camp Programs

$ 3,692,053

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$ 1,156,621

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Charitable Funds Agnes & Harold C. Metcalf Fund Anders R. Thompson Memorial Fund Anne E Holahan Scholarship Fund Arthur B. Geer Memorial Fund Bangsberg/Boucher Endowment Fund Baskerville-Peterson Family Endowment Fund Benjamin Drake Memorial Fund Bill and Wanda Royle Scholarship Fund Blue Goose Scholarship Fund David L. Picha Scholarship Fund Don & Donna Lemke Scholarship Fund Donald Weesner Trust Dorothy Feinberg Fund Dowling Brown Memorial Fund for Camp Courage Dudley Family Scholarship Fund Edna Landmesser Fund Edward M. Ozias Trust Eleanor S. Hanson Fund Elliot Christian Sholtis Stealey Scholarship Fund Fred & Elvina Mathison Fund Golden Family Memorial Fund Grace M. Jefferson Fund for Camp Courage Heckt Family Endowment Ina E. Lindsley Crippled Child’s Fund Jaime Lynn Campership Fund James Fullerton III Family Fund James Richard Larson Fund for Camp Courage James Truman Matthews Memorial Fund for Camping Scholarships Jennifer Tellijohn Memorial Fund Jennifer Erkens Memorial Scholarship Fund Jerald W. Peterson & Travis W. Bakke Jim Pierce Memorial Fund John and Rosalind Holahan Scholarship Fund Katherine Sanderson Trust II Kelly Mueller Memorial Scholarship Fund Laura Christianson Fund Lawrence Fallander Trust Leary Trust Lillian F. Wallace Trust

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Lions Campership Fund - Rustan O. Thayer Loesch Family Scholarship Fund Lorraine & Lester Malkerson Fund Lucile B. King and Clarence M. King Courage Trust Lucille M. and Joseph A. Maun Scholarship Lyla M. Otto Campership Fund for Camp Courage Marion A. Hunter Fund for Courage Camps Marvin E. Johnson Memorial Fund Mary Jo Kwako Memorial Fund McKnight Adult Campership Fund Melvin O. Volhaber Fund Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Meierbachtol Fund Paul and Elenor Wilkinson Scholarship Fund Paul and Lois Bangsberg Family Fund Phillip & Maurice Sieff Fund Richard and Mabeth Gyllstrom Scholarship Fund Rotary Fund for Camp Courage Ruth Sherman Fund Schoenbohm Garden Fund Scott Veldman Memorial Scholarship Fund Sid Gislason Fund The Bernard M. (Bernie) Ulmen Fund The Camp Courage Lions Fund The Martin Ehlers Endowment Fund The Obert & Esther Sather Family Fund The Robert E. Hanson Endowment Fund The Shores Fund of the St. Paul Foundation The Thomas Wolfe Fund for Camp Courage The Wilkens Family Fund Two Tree Fund (Helgaas Family) W.P. Heffelfinger Memorial Fund W.W. Halderman Fund No.1 Walter Noreen Endowment Fund William A. and Rita D. Taylor Fund for Camp Courage

Organizational Funds True Friends Fund Camp Courage Fund Camp Friendship Fund True Strides Program Endowment Fund

Forever Friends Legacy Society

Members of the Forever Friends Legacy Society are those who have included True Friends in their will, trust or other forms of estate planning, such as naming True Friends as a beneficiary in their retirement plans or life insurance. In addition, those who have created named endowment funds with a minimum gift or pledge of $25,000 are members. Mary F. Andresen Jeff Bangsberg and Anita Boucher Linda M. Bataglia Denise and Tom Blizil Anne M. Bowen-Olson Lucille N. Christianson David and Amber Dapkus Helen Doherty Gerald Dokka Bill and Jane Dudley Muriel and Leslie* Erickson Darlene and Cyril Erkens Jean Grossman Richard and Mabeth Gyllstrom Rebecca and Jerry Hafner-Fogarty Paul and Karen Hansen Melvin and Dorothy* Heckt Bernt and Suzin Helgaas Steffen and Janet Helgaas Katharine Hill and Christopher Matthews Eugene and Gloria Hippe Jon and Colleen Hollinger Petters

Steve Holst Helen and Sherman* Hoyt William Humphries Marion A. Hunter John and Stephanie Jacobson David and Julie Jones Thomas and Anne Jones Mel and Barb Knudsen John Kokula Bonnie and Burdette* Kraemer William and Joan* Krippner John and Michelle LeBlanc John and Kathleen LeMay Donna and Donald* Lemke Marie Lynch Jeff and Janice Lynn Stephanie Mann Marlene and Brian* Miller Robert and Judith Mueller Robert and Carol Muller Roberta Nagan John and Ann Peterson

Patricia K. Peterson Walt and Mary Jo Roberts Janice and Royce* Sanner Virginia S. Schoenbohm-Clymer Linda Schwichtenberg Dr. and Mrs. Jack Stinogel Barbara Stracke Ed and Kris Stracke Don W. Taylor Donna Taylor Herbert and Audrey Telshaw Ray and Barbara Thomes Linda Tillman and Tim Hjelmeland Vernon M. Tischler John and DeDe Tollefsrud Jeri and Scott* Veldman Pat and Ann Welch Sandra M. Wilkens Anonymous (10) (*denotes deceased)

We especially remember our Forever Friends Legacy Society members who have passed away. Christine M. Adolphson Ruth Anderson Janet A. Bigham Joan C. Blanch Hilda A. Borscheid Doris and Lawrence Brumm Evelyn Buckley Mable M. Coombs Robert Day Gerald Deeney Doris E. Deschene Benjamin and Clarice Drake Martin Ehlers Lawrence T. Fallander

Dorothy Feinberg Arthur B. Geer John Holahan Anne E. Holahan Grace M. Jefferson Mark and Dorothy Keymer Lucile B. and Clarence M. King Wilmer W. and Luvern E. Kroells Mary Jane Kviberg Mirth B. Langer Eileen Leary Ina E. Lindsley LaVerne J. Markowski Fred and Elvina Mathison

Joseph M. Maun Edmund C. Meierbachtol Harold and Agnes Metcalf Elsie J. Ney Elma C. Nolan Walter O. Noreen Lyla M. Otto Marion E. Picha Irene A. Ploen Shirley and Richard Reed Elizabeth Reed Anna Roberts Bill and Wanda Royle Alice M. Scanlan

Lillian Spiering Betty G. Stark Edna A. Steffens Jesse W. Stewart Lester and Theresa Strom Fern R. Swanson Ruth M. Teslie Anders R. Thompson George Vosen Robert L. Webster Donald Weesner Richard and Mary Wesley Helen W. Wipplinger Anonymous (4)

“The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.� Nelson Henderson

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al Individu Donor

Mel Heckt

True Friends is grateful for the generosity of each and every individual, business, foundation, fund, trust and interest group. Their gifts of time, supplies and money help expand our mission of creating experiences and adventures for children and adults of all abilities. We are especially grateful to Mel Heckt, one of the most well-known ambassadors for people with disabilities, a founder of Camp Friendship and a generous contributor to camp. Soon after the birth of his daughter Janice, in 1951, the Heckts joined together with other families who had children with special Mel Heckt at the Camp Friendship 50th Anniversary Open House needs. Together, these individuals worked tirelessly to improve the living conditions for their children in state hospitals. They also fought to secure funding for a variety of direct care programs, including the establishment of Camp Friendship, now True Friends’ headquarters, in Annandale, Minn. Seeing firsthand the valuable impact of direct service programs, Mel wants to make sure funding is available now and in the future. He named True Friends as a partial beneficiary of an IRA. “It makes sense to use IRA assets for charitable purposes because they would be taxed heavily if transferred to heirs,” stated Mel. He has since decided to accelerate his gift to establish the Heckt Family Endowment Fund, ensuring his lasting legacy at camp.


Camp Friendship Turns 50

Camp Friendship started with the purchase of a century-old family resort on Clearwater Lake 50 years ago, thus, fulfilling a dream of creating a place where children and adults with disabilities could enjoy camp activities, make friends and relax in a beautiful outdoor lake setting. Today, tens of thousands of campers later, we can reflect on our journey by celebrating our past, being grateful for the present and sharing our dreams for the future.

Camp Friendship, Annandale, Minnesota The open house to celebrate 50 years of Camp Friendship was an event to remember! The September weather was perfect as hundreds of alumni, campers and supporters gathered to share memories. There were many things to do during the day like boat rides, hay rides, classic camp arts and crafts, a photo booth and more. Guests enjoyed lunch and a short program where they heard from President and CEO Ed Stracke, as well as a long-time camper, Ray. Parent Bernie Friel, whose daughter Kim has been coming to camp for 50 years, also shared her experiences.

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$100,000 and above Foundations, Funds & Trusts Paul Adelman Children with Disabilities Endowment Fund

$25,000 - $99,999 Individual Donors Melvin Heckt Herbert and Audrey Telshaw Ralph and Lana Vieau George Vosen* Anonymous (1) Foundations, Funds & Trusts Baskerville-Peterson Family Fund of Courage Kenny Foundation Buuck Family Foundation C. H. Robinson Foundation John R. Cross Fund of The St. Paul Foundation William and Jane Dudley Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation RRW & Florence Berglund Family Foundation The Shores Fund of the Saint Paul Foundation The Wasie Foundation Businesses Apogee Retail Wright Hennepin Co-op Electric Association

$10,000 - $24,999 Individual Donors Richard Cramer William and Jane Dudley Gaylen and Penny Ghylin John Kokula Steven Kuhn Janice Sanner Mark and Debbie Steen

Highlight #6 We hosted the first-ever Camp Cambria for kids with rheumatoid arthritis in Minnesota

Foundations, Funds & Trusts Butzow Family Foundation Jennings Family Foundation Katherine Sanderson Trust Lillian F. Wallace Trust The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation The Patch Foundation Businesses Dorsal Capital Management, LLC Gold’n Plump The Luther Holding Company Morton Buildings, Inc. US Bank Western National Insurance Group Service Organizations Camp Friendship Auxiliary Children's Charities of America Lions District 5M5 Tee It Up/Taste of Courage UFCW 8 Golden State United Way of Greater Twin Cities FFA Buffalo Lake - Hector - Stewart FFA New Ulm FFA Randolph FFA Tracy Area FFA Tri-City United FFA

$5,000 - $9,999 Individual Donors John and Nancy Bartlett Robbie and Ivy Burkhart Julie Gillette Katy and Steven Gregory David and Julie Jones Bob Korman Greg and Julie Lindberg Lyla Otto* Joanie and David Stene Ed and Kris Stracke Jerry and Janet Stracke Howard and Jo Weiner Anonymous (2) Foundations, Funds & Trusts 612 Youth Engagement Project of the Minneapolis Fund Andersen Corporate Foundation Arthur Andersen & Co. Alumni Donor Advised Fund

Fred C. and Katherine B. Andersen Foundation Hugh J. Andersen Foundation The Bieber Family Foundation Blandin Foundation Cliffs Foundation Finish Line Youth Foundation Math Fischer Foundation, Inc J. Elmer and Esther Hansman Charitable Trust Hardenbergh Foundation Strom Family Fund of the Minnesota Community Foundation Minnesota Horse Council Northwest Minnesota Foundation Casey Albert T. O'Neil Foundation Edward Ozias Trust Palmer and June Peterson Family Vanguard Charitable Fund Shirley and Richard Reed Fund of the St. Paul Foundation Rothschild Art and Education Foundation TJX Foundation Businesses Bernick’s Beverage & Vending H & S Heating & A/C Interval Partners, LLC NetGain Technology, Inc. Polar Securities, Inc. Scopia Management, Inc. Starwood Real Estate Securities Service Organizations Annandale Snowmobile Club Burnsville Lions Club Midwest Motorcycle Club Plymouth Lions Club Ramsey Lions Club UFCW Local #99 FFA Alden-Conger FFA Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City FFA Dawson-Boyd FFA Ellsworth FFA

Foley FFA MACCRAY FFA Sibley East FFA Truman FFA

$2,500 - $4,999 Individual Donors John and Beth Bredemus Bill and Phyllis Bryan Robert and Gail Buuck Gerald Caruso Robert and Hazel Clark Joseph and Sarah Cranny Wayne and Carolyn Dondelinger Ned S. Sorley and Virginia Haggart David and Mona Harmann Robert J. Harnett Bernt and Suzin Helgaas James and Jodi Hynes Deborah Kierstead Richard O. LaDoux Jan Malcolm and Kris Carlton Nancy McMullen Chris and Mary Rodenkirchen Virginia S. Schoenbohm-Clymer Dr. and Mrs. Jack Stinogel Barbara Stracke Christopher Hughes and Christy Timm- Hughes Foundations, Funds & Trusts Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation Charity, Inc. Columns Resource Group Foundation, Inc. Eden Prairie Community Foundation Lawrence T. Fallander Trust Kopp Family Foundation Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren Foundation Poehler/Stremel Charitable Trust Margaret Rivers Fund\ Riverway Foundation

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Sanford Health Foundation of Northern Minnesota Smith Foundation Inc. Three Rivers Community Foundation Toro Foundation U.S. Bancorp Foundation Employee Matching Gift Program US Bank Foundation Julianne Williams Fund of the Central MN Community Foundation Walmart Foundation Businesses 888 Opera - Intercontinental Real Estate Corp BTD Manufacturing, Inc. Crescent Capital Group L.P. CZ Capital DeZurik, Inc. First National Bank of Bemidji Moen Management National Investment Services, Inc. Scheels All Sports Senzar Asset Management, LLC Steve’s Excavating, Inc. Trust Int’l Hotel Reservations Service, Inc. Ziegler, Inc. Service Organizations Clear Lake Lions Club Eden Prairie Lions Club Knights of Columbus Council #9139 New Brighton Lions Club Osseo Lions Club The Rummage Sale Ministries of Wayzata Community Church Sherburne County Area United Way United Way of McLeod County FFA Blooming Prairie FFA Clear Lake FFA Dassel-Cokato FFA Eden Valley-Watkins FFA Fillmore Central FFA Fulda FFA Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop FFA Glencoe-Silver Lake FFA Hancock FFA Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted FFA

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Lake City FFA Long Prairie-Grey Eagle FFA Montevideo FFA Murray County Central FFA New Richland-HartlandEllendale-Geneva FFA Norwood Young America FFA Southland-Adams FFA Springfield FFA United South Central FFA

$1,000 - $2,499 Individual Donors Floyd and Andi Adelman Tim and Penny Allen Denise and Tom Blizil William Blum Robert and Wanda Bowen Allan and Lou Burdick Karen and John Campbell Katherine Megarry and Ian Charpentier Pat and Sue Cutshall Chuck and Julie Doolittle Robert Droegemueller W. Ted and Marianne Dudley John and Barbara Dumont Charles and Janice Engebretson Jeffrey and Patricia Engelsgjerd Jane F. Fargo Raymond and Mary Flaa William Fleischhacker Dan and Theresa Fogarty Tom and Mimi Fogarty Mark and Natalie Fosland John and Joan Gordon Jonathan and Jane Gordon Conor McGrath and Karen Gregory Janice Hammer William F. Hartfiel and Kate Heegaard Hartfiel Fred* and Jean Herkenhoff Dennis and Tammy Holland Gregory and Becky Jaeger Brian and Joyce Kallinen Kevin and Amy Kluesner Ann Langenfeld Joseph and Michelle Lavely Jeffrey and Mary Leadholm

Dennis* and Marilyn Lenzen Richard W. Luoma Patrick E. Lynch Kevin and Kathleen Madden John and Maryanne Mahowald Harvey and Linda Olson Terrance and Katherine Picha Stewart Rallis James and Joan Rhude Jill C. Rieken Walt and Mary Jo Roberts Keith and Patricia Sauer Hester and Lowell Schnipper Susan Schoenbohm Linda Schwichtenberg Robert and Sandy Sexton Kevin and Nicole St. John Jim and Mary Stahlmann Scott and Ruth Stangeland Craig Steen Frederick and Karen Steen Stanley Theis and Mary Jo Connelly-Theis John and Diane Thorvilson

Steven and Ami Tix George and Shirley Torrey Mary R. Vaughn Mike and Deb Veldman Robert and Mavis Voigt Greg and Jennifer Wallace Mary Ellen Wells and William Arendt Robert and Karen White Richard and Debra Wicka Marikay and Michael Wolf

Anonymous (3) Foundations, Funds & Trusts Speedy & Honey Altman Memorial Camp Foundation Autism Speaks Michael Adam Carroll Memorial Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation Central Minnesota Community Foundation Cooperative Light & Power Association of Lake County Community Trust Crow Wing Power Community Trust Enterprise Holdings Foundation C.E. Fuller, Jr. & M.K. Fuller Fund of the Duluth-Superior Community Foundation Itasca-Mantrap Cooperative Electrical Association Trust Lone Wolf Fund of the DuluthSuperior Community Foundation Mille Lacs Electric Community Trust Allen & Pamela Sullivan Family Foundation Twin Cities United Fund Valspar Foundation Warren Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Westhoff Family Foundation Businesses A.J. Manfacturing Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America AmericInn Bell Lumber & Pole Co. Bituminous Roadways, Inc. Bryan Rock Products, Inc. Courey, Kosanda and Zimmer, P.A. D.J. Sales Dance Arts Centre Tom Dolan Insurance Agency, Inc. Dondelinger GM Edco Products EmbroidMe Engineering America First National Bank of Osakis Funfar Landscaping, LLC Gemini Incorporated

We started an internship program and initiated a vocational training and skills development program called enVISION

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Great River Energy Hands On Twin Cities IBM Corporation Kayak Investment Partners, LLC Lyon-Lincoln Electric Trust, Inc. Midwest Pension and Profit Sharing Services, Inc. Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative People’s Energy Cooperative Redwood Electric Cooperative Reinhart Food Service, LLC Rutherford & Bechtold, LLC Ryan Auto Mall Sam’s Club, Maple Grove Seawolf Capital, LLC Slot Machines Unlimited, Inc Travelers Union Point Advisors, LLC Walmart Anonymous (1) Service Organizations American Business Women’s Association, Lady Slipper Chapter Anoka Lions Club Coon Rapids Lions Club Fairhaven Lions Club Fridley Lions Club Knights of Columbus Council #9585 Knights of Columbus State Council Luxemburg Lions Club Maple Lake Lions Club Minnesota Alpha Delta Kappa Montrose Lions Club Prairie Roads Wagon Train Princeton Lions Club Prior Lake Lions Club Richmond Lions Club Spring Lake Park Lions Club United Way of Dodge County United Way of Hastings Wright County Area United Way Vadnais Heights Lions Club VFW Department of Minnesota

FFA Albert Lea FFA Belle Plaine FFA Buffalo FFA Cedar Mountain FFA Glenville-Emmons FFA Goodhue FFA Hayfield FFA Lakeview FFA Lanesboro FFA LeRoy-Ostrander FFA Luverne - Adrian - Edgerton FFA Martin County West FFA Morris Area FFA New Richmond FFA Owatonna FFA Paynesville FFA Princeton FFA Redwood Valley FFA St. James FFA Sauk Rapids-Rice FFA SouthWest Metro FFA Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA Stewartville FFA Waseca FFA Watertown-Mayer FFA Waterville-Elysian-Morristown FFA

$500 - $999 Individual Donors Thomas R. Arlander, M.D. Jeff Bangsberg and Anita Boucher Todd and Carin Baumgartner Mrs. Paul W. Beard Jason Bernick Richard and Juliet Boemer Patricia L. Bosacker Randy and Susan Boser Paul and Lauri Brunner Marion A. Burkhardt Marc and Kristin Campbell Patrick and Jessica Chapman Heather and David Christopherson

Bill and Anne Cook William and Monica Dawson Jim and Pat Dearing Gerald and Margaret Dokka Ben and Rhoda Drake Nicole Erickson and Nolan Walters William and Carrie Frank Evelyn Franklin Bernard and Damaris Friel Jim and Corinne Guddal Stephen Guggenberger Darrell and Traci Habbinga Donald Helgeson and Sue Shepard Thomas Hilson David K. Hopkins Erica Jensrud Thad and Suzanne Johnson Thomas and Anne Jones Charles and Mary Jungmann David and Vicky Knudsen Heather and Jon Lawrence John and Mary Lindquist Julie Lukawski Carmen Matthews Frank Mayers Eric and Mary Meester Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Meola Brent Miller Carole and Bob Mills John and Ginny Miller Andrew and Nicole Nowinski Don and Erin Olsen James R. Olson Sandra K. Peterson Paula Pohlkamp Lawrence Redmond Al and Martha Riel David Ring Colette Routel Tom and Lynn Rusch Ann Schenkel Thomas J. Sexton Leona M. Simonson Keith and Robin Thompson Kristen and Matthew Thurber Vern and Marlene Tschida Rosemary “Toy” K. Ward David and Kelly Waterhouse Craig and Lenora Wold

Nancy A. Wolter Adam and Gina Wyatt Anonymous (1) Foundations, Funds & Trusts Jefferson & Joelle Bishop Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Daggett Family Advised Fund of the American Endowment Foundation Gannett Foundation/KARE11 General Electric Foundation Jackson Family Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation Nobles-Murray Rural Electric Trust Runestone Electric Association Community Trust Sioux Valley Energy Customer Trust Stillwater Area Foundation/St. Croix Valley Community Foundation Businesses A Wreath of Franklin Agralite Electric Cooperative Americinn Cares Annandale Advocate Bayer Crop Science Busy Needles Crafts Direct DRIASI E.A. Sween Company French Lake Auto Parts Gazelle Marketing, Inc. Jerry’s Enterprises, Inc. Johnson & Christensen Law Office McGough Construction Co., Inc. Meeker Cooperative Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Minnesota Twins

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MWSDC Corporation National Courier Service, Inc North Central Door Company, Inc. Sam’s Club, Fridley Sam’s Club, Shakopee Sam’s Club, White Bear Lake Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC Tourbillon Capital Partners, L.P. Wiese Law Firm, PA Service Organizations American Legion Post #552 Anoka Women of Today Baxter Lions Club Carlos Lions Club Clear Lake Lioness Club Deer River Lions Club Eden Prairie Lioness Club Fairmont Rotary Club Falcon Heights Lauderdale Lions Club Grey Eagle-Burtrum Lions Club Heart of the Lakes Triathlon, Inc. Knights of Columbus Council #3659 Knights of Columbus Council #3827 Knights of Columbus Council #4381 Knights of Columbus Council #5296 Knights of Columbus Council #901 Knights of Columbus Council #961 Knights of Columbus Council #11941 LeSauk Township Area Lions Club Lester Prairie Lions Club Lions District 5M2 Minnesota Women of Today St. Paul East Park Lions Club St. Paul Park Newport Lions Club Scandia Marine Lions Club St. Cloud Area Optimist Club Thrivent Financial, Hubbard-Cass County Truist Waconia Lions Club White Bear Lake Lions Club FFA Benson FFA

Renville County West FFA Zumbrota-Mazeppa FFA

$250 - $499 Individual Donors Kimberly and Robert Birdwell Shannon Canas Sandra and Gerald Carlson Christopher and Gina Colich James Cossairt Becky Coyle Stanley Crist Kevin and Andrea Dietrich Thomas and Brenda Dolan Terrence P. Doyle Douglas B. Dudgeon Mark and Jill Feriancek Donald and Donita Fick Jane Foster Christina Hebert and Brad Juaire Angela Helget-Wedul David Jensen Father Glen Jenson April and Robert Kalman Evelyn Kenney Johanne and Frank King Jeffrey and Kristen Kjome Angela and Jonathan Knutzen Franklyn and Carolyn Koch Hank and Vicky Kohorst Joshua Kozberg Bernie and Sharon Kriesel William and Geri Laidlaw Teri and Gerhard Lano Tim and Suzanne Lauer Michael and Carol Lorenzen Stacie M. Marquez Dean and Kate McCall Jody Mehl Lee and Vicki Morgan Lisa Mullaney Casey and Paula O’Keefe Jack Osborne Natasha A. Peacock

Successfully implemented 245D licensure (required to continue our respite care program)

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Highlight #8

Highlight #9

Barbara and Robert Polland Benita and Douglas Rueckert Implemented tiered Jason and Paige Sawyer pricing for camping Robert and Marilynn Scherrer programs and a new Gary W. Schokmiller structured, financial Kathryn J. Sedo Thomas R. Sheetz assistance process to Melissa Sirek improve affordability Patricia Stone Gregory Tinberg Jeri Veldman Service Organizations Michael and Kimberly Walker Alexandria Lions Club Sandra M. Wilkens American Legion Post #303 Ray and Mary Wilwerding Cedar East Bethel Lions Club Anonymous (1) Chanhassen Lions Club Foundations, Funds & Trusts Cokato Community Chest, Inc. Benevity Community Impact Fund Communities of Care Brown County Rural Electric Trust Community Shares of Minnesota Foundation for Challenged Children, Inc. Eagles Aux. #622 Hubert H. Humphrey Foundation Elk River Lions Club Marysville Township United Fund Ely Kiwanis Club Minnesota Vikings Children’s Fund Holdingford Lions Club Stearns Electric Association Trust International Falls Lions Club Stillwater Lions Club Fund of the Knights of Columbus Council #1608 Stillwater Area Foundation Knights of Columbus Council #1804 Vandervest Charitable Fund of Knights of Columbus Council #2018 American Center for Philanthropy Knights of Columbus Council #3613 Businesses Knights of Columbus Council #3628 All Things Good Of Central MN, Inc. Knights of Columbus Council #3656 Bernatello’s Pizza Knights of Columbus Council #3657 Chevron Corporation Knights of Columbus Council #4021 Chez Nous, Inc, Knights of Columbus Council #5078 Flamingo DJ & Photo Booth Serivices Knights of Columbus Council #5276 Goodhue County Cooperative Electric Knights of Columbus Council #5548 ING Knights of Columbus Council #7057 JDS Marketing and Sales Knights of Columbus Council #8571 L-K Plumbing & Heating Knights of Columbus Council #9657 Maple Lake Property Owners Association Knights of Columbus Council #11345 Minnesota Valley Coop Light & Knights of Columbus Council #11346 Power Association Knights of Columbus Council #12231 Northcott Company Lake Elmo Lions Club Nuveen Investments Holdings Lakeville Lions Club Portolite Products, Inc. Le Sueur Lions Club Prouty Project Lincoln Scandia Valley Township Lions St. Cloud Area Association of Realtors Club Skywater Search Partners, Inc McGregor Lions Club Sprinkler Fitters Local 417 Monticello Lions Club Stogies, Inc. Rockville Lions Club Tri-State Drilling, Inc St. Anthony Kiwanis Club


St. Cloud Harley Owner’s Group Chapter #3128 St. Croix Valley Lions Club St. Joseph Y2K Lions Club St. Michael-Albertville Women of Today St. Paul Midway Lions Club Thrivent Financial, Carver-Hennepin County Thrivent Finacial, Watonwan County Underwood Lions Club United Way of Delano Loretto Area United Way of Montevideo Area VFW Post #7050 Waverly Lions Club Wildwood Lions Club Woodland Township Community Chest FFA Hawley FFA

$100 - $249 Individual Donors Brett and Heather Abrahamson Teresa and Bruce Ackland Leonora E. Akers Christopher and Karen Anderson James and Susan Anderson Rick and Janis Anderson Sandy and Dennis Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bailey Garry and Shannon Banks Carl V. Barnes David Barrett Ronald and Christy Bateman Michael Baxter Debbie and EJ Beek Richard and Elizabeth Binder Christopher and Carolyn Bingham Joan M. Birkeland Lynette Black Marion Bluhm Catherine A. Bluiett Julie K. Bollmann Mary and Robert Borgen Anne M. Bowen-Olson Colleen and Louis Bown Catherine Braaten and Bryan Kerber Darrell and Ramona Bratvold

Phil and Gale Braun William and Helen Brede James and Edith Broten Robin and Jason Brown Darrell and Beth Bruestle Paul and Lisa Buck J. Donald Burns Lance and Mary Butner Troy J. Butner Judith L. Callahan Paul and Kathleen Campbell Richard Carpenter Michael and Carole Casey Marlyn and Deanna Cassem Harvey and Lois Cederholm Bruce and Dana Chamberlin Susan and Robert Chang Dale and Barbara Chapman Duane and Joy Chilgren James and Jean Christopherson Brian and Lisa Citak Michael and Lisa Cline Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cole, M.D. Suzette B. Conley Charles and JoAnn Copeland Jean Cummings Virginia Dale David and Vicki Datt

Richard and Mary Ebert Krista and Jeffrey Ellingson John and Jennfier Elliot James H. Enestvedt Kent and Dawn Erdmann Carol J. Fahey Michelle A. Farrell David and Mary Fenske Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Forcier Roger and Judith Freeberg Bernard Frield James Fries Michael and Carol Garbisch Heidi and Christopher Garcia Roger and Sandra George Lois L. Gernbacher Anna Gieser John R. Gilbert Bradley J. Gilbertson Peter and Barb Glanville Daniel Gordon Marlys Gordon Harlan and Dianne Graphenteen Michael and Theresa Gray Jon and Leah Grubb John and Jane Haas Rebecca Hafner-Fogarty and Jerry Fogarty

Highlight #10 Completed a significant amount of deferred maintenance work at Camp Courage and Camp Courage North, remodeled Birchwood Cabin and built a Multi-Sensory Environment (MSE) at Camp Eden Wood to better serve our respite and camp customers Jeffrey Davidman Lisa Deboy Goldie M. DeGross Bernard and Cate DeLaRosa Maxine Dilliard George Dingman Art and Marlene Dingmann George Donovan Michael and Lisa Doyle Charles and Diane Drexler John D. Dryer Harris and Connie Duininck

Sue and Wilfried Hahn Marilyn and Jim Hallstrom Jean and Timothy Hamann Nora Hansen John and Linda Harambasic Joseph and Marlys Harbinson Don and Patricia Harms Gabbi and Barb Harnett David Harris Stephen Hendrickson Gene and Patricia Hetland Robert and Margaret Heuer

David and Lynne High Daniel and Karolynn Hiniker Eugene and Gloria Hippe Terry and Joyce Hochsprung Kathleen D. Hogan Jeffrey Holmberg, D.D.S. Kevin and Carol Holton Larry Houser Pat and Rosie Imgrund Lawrence and Michelle Janzen Chad and Dayna Johnson Gerald Johnson Gladys Johnson Jennifer Johnson June Joseph William R. and Helen Kelley* James and Linda Kelso Michael Kenney John* and Anne Kersey Dawn and Paul Kessler Kris Kinder Richard and Margaret King Forrest and Mary Klingaman Leonard and Jacqualine Klockeman Jeanette Kormann Oliver and Carol Krage Barbara and Thomas Krawczewski Henry and Ruth Krell Angie Kuismi Ken Lacy Megan J. LaVine John and Michelle LeBlanc Jae and Kelly Lee Ray and Alice Leyendecker Ronald and Judith Libertus Karen and Jerold Lietha Lawrence and Mary Jean Loomis Madeline S. Lund Brian and Whitney Lutz Lisa and Joe Lynch Jim Madden Todd Madden Bruce C. Mancini and Betty A. Nystrom Stephanie Mann Bridget M. Marquez Mark and Laura Masuda Gaylord and Mary May William and Cynthia McNab

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Highlight #11

Received generous contributions and pledges for specific capital projects, launched a planned giving initiative and grew the volunteer program helping to reduce staff cost James and Jane Meeker Rebecca and Paul Melby Richard and Lois Merrill Franklin R. Meyer Marlene Miller Thomas and Katherine Miller Kelly Jo and Robert Mithuen Colleen and Tim Moe Patricia and Duane Moe Carol M. Molyneux Geraldine R. Mooers Robert and Judith Mueller Mike Muller Frances Murnane Daniel and Debra Musser Mitchell Myers Richard and Rachelle Naaktgeboren Bruce and Melissa Nelson Darla J. Nemec Robert Nesheim and Marlys Johnson Bowie and Sheri Neumayer Vern and May Nordling Joyce Norman Mr. and Mrs. Bert Notermann Steven and Marne Oberg Dick and Kathleen Ofstedal James and Debra Olsen Lester and Margaret Olson Lorilee Olson Richard and Susan Olson Donna Oman Dennis and Gayle Ozment Frederick and Mary Paepke Beth Patten Richard and Shirley Peter Kathleen J. Pettit Colette Pohlkamp Stuart James Poljack Benjamin W. Port Ted and Angela Pribyl

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Jason and Leslie Prondzinski Janet and Edward Quinn Henry and June Radintz Richard and Dianne Radman Bob and Mary Regan Thomas Reiser Hugh and Kristine Renier Judy Rewerts Terry and Connie Reyes Constantine and Lucinda Rigas Frank and Laura Ringsmuth Renee and William Riviere, Jr. Susan Rose Dan and Mary Ross Wendi T. Russo Patricia E. Sanderson Mike and Tess Saunders Zachary Schaefer Carol and Tim Schneeweis Judith and B.J. Segel Walt J. Seibert Jeffry and Jane Shaw Linda Sheldon Alison A. Sherman Tom and Ronna Sherman Margaret M. Shoger Bradford and Heidi Simms Richard P. Simons Barbara Simpson Darrell and Judy Skoglund Ed and Jean Skomoroh Donna M. Smith Pierce and Helen Smith Paula J. Snider Kathleen Soderlund Richard and Dorothy Sorheim Donita Soucek Ron Spanier Rosel Stangl William and Michelle Stimpson Keith and Mary Stogsdill

Dave and Carol Suggs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Suter Kari and Michael Tarpey George and Sandy Thelen Chad and Jennifer Thomas Linda Tillman and Tim Hjelmeland John and DeDe Tollefsrud Rueben and Dolores Tschetter Stuart and Frances Ulfers Jill and Anthony Urdahl William Vales Richard and Ann Van Sickle Robert and Mary Bess Venegoni Donald and Shirley Verdoorn Sharon Waller Gloria and David Warner Lee Whitcraft Chad and Abby White Thomas and Janine Wiese Guy Wilder Mark and Mary Wohlhuter Barbara and Robert Wollak Robert and Patricia Woodcock Elann and Alan Wright Paul and Diane Yager Christine Zaragoza and Antonina Fernandez Jennifer and Marcus Zbinden Caroline Zhadanov Ann Zimmerman John Zuehlke and Erin Earl Foundations, Funds & Trusts IWJ Charitable Foundation Le Center United Fund Ostrander United Fund MC Charitable Foundation, Inc. North Star Electric Cooperative Community Trust The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program Steven C. Schachtman Revocable Trust Businesses Anchor Bank Anchor Dock & Lift Arrowwood Lodge Brainerd Lakes Becker Sod Carr’s Tree Service Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

Country Chevrolet Cowgirl Tuff Company & B. Tuff Jeans Crest Healthcare Supply Detello’s, Inc. Dingman Marine & More Diversified Income Solutions DJ Products, Inc. East Central Energy Electrolux Major Appliances North America Equity Business Solutions, LLC Eye Care Centers Famous Dave’s Frontier Appraising, LLC Gilbert Dick Insurance Agency Glencoe Co-op Association Grand Casino Mille Lacs Grandchamp & Guyette, PLLC Harbinson Consulting Corporation Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel Kaz Hardware Knife River Materials Lori’s Hair Care Mark Maas Plumbing & Heating, LLC Midwest Equipment Sales Mini Biffs MP Technologies Mueller Family Theatres Mystic Lake Casino PA Monty Keithahn Paul Bunyan Communications Pipe Fitters Local 539 Powder Ridge Ski Area R. M. Johnson Company, Inc. Select Communications, Inc. Southbrook Golf Club Stone Ridge Equestrian T & R Meats Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc. The Stables at Greenfield Farm UA Pipefitters Local #455 Whisperglide Swing Company, Inc. Young Brothers Construction, Inc. Service Organizations American Legion Aux. #328 American Legion Post #49 American Legion Post #211

American Legion Post #251 American Legion Post #328 American Legion Post #334 American Legion Post #404 American Legion Post #642 Andover Lions Club

Anoka Lioness Club Bay Lake and Area Lions Club Becker Lions Club Bemidji Lions Club Bird Island Lions Club Boilermakers Union #647 Boy Scout Troop No. 123 Brooklyn Park Lady Lions Club Carpenters Local 1382 Chisago Lakes Lions Club Clearwater Lions Club Cokato Dassel Lions Club Coon Rapids Lioness Club Cottage Grove Lions Club Crow River Lions Club

Crystal Police Association Dassel Community Chest Duelm Area Lions Club Eagan Lioness Club Eagan Lions Club Eagles Aerie #2258 Eagles Aux. #2617 Farmington Lions Club Forest Lake Lions Club Gary Lions Club Glenwood Lions Club Ham Lake Lions Club Hastings Rivertown Lions Club Hugo Lions Club Jasper Area United Fund Kensington Lions Club Kerkhoven Lions Club Kingston Lions Club Knights of Columbus Council #2000 Knights of Columbus Council #6825 Knights of Columbus Council #8253 Knights of Columbus Council #9601 Knights of Columbus Council #12519 Knights of Columbus Council #13122 Lino Lakes Lions Club Lions District 5M6 Luverne Lions Club Maplewood North Lions Club Masonic Motorcycle Club International #24

Milan Lions Club Minnesota Masonic Charities Moose Lodge #1463 Mounds View Lions Club New London Lions Club New Munich Jaycees North Branch Lions Club North St. Paul Lions Club Northfield Cannon Valley Lions Club Nowthen Lions Club Rosemount Lions Club Rush City Lions Club St. Anthony Lions Club

Swede Grove Drive For Charities Taylors Falls Lions Club United Association of Plumbers Local Union #15 United Methodist Women United Way of Central Minnesota VFW Aux. #9024 VFW Post #5462 VFW Post #6202 VFW Post #8731 Wendell Lions Club Zion United Methodist Church

Highlight #12

Boosted name recognition with eight TV news segments and increased online engagement with a fourfold increase in social media reach St. Augusta Lions Club St. Paul Downtown Lions Club St. Paul Park-Newport Lioness Sauk Rapids Lions Club Southwest Lioness Club St. John’s Lutheran Church St. John’s Women of the ELCA Staples Host Lions Club

FFA Milaca FFA Mora FFA Staples Motley FFA

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