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Washington Apple Education Foundation

2018 Annual Report


Welcome - WAEF Celebrates 25 Years! The Washington Apple Education Foundation is the charity of our industry. 25 years ago, WAEF was created by visionary industry members that recognized a need for a non-profit organization organized solely to develop and coordinate charitable outreach on behalf of the industry. As we celebrate the Foundation’s 25th anniversary, our focus is on those that have made WAEF what it is today and our responsibility to all donors to do the most good possible on behalf of the industry. The 25th anniversary is providing an opportunity to recognize donors for their generosity, express appreciation to current and former board members for their leadership, and measure and communicate the impact WAEF has had in our communities and for industry families. Since inception in 1994, the industry has awarded 3,086 scholarships through WAEF totaling nearly $8 million. This year, the Foundation will award another $1.2 million. What an incredible, life-changing gift that has been to industry families! Please join in the celebration! WAEF is your charity and this is your time to feel proud of the charitable works being done collectively by the industry. We hope to see you at WAEF events throughout the year. Thank you for your generosity and believing in the collective impact through the Washington Apple Education Foundation!

Bob Mast

Bob Mast, Chairman

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Jennifer Witherbee

Jennifer Witherbee, Executive Director


Washington Apple Education Foundation Board of Directors Officers

Bob Mast, Wenatchee Chairman

Chris Willett, Wenatchee Vice-Chairman

Dwaine Brown, Selah Treasurer

James Foreman, Wenatchee Immediate Past Chairman

Directors

Andrew Sundquist, Yakima Bart Gebers, Wenatchee Ben Jensen, Yakima Cory Groves, Naches

Counselors Roundtable

Barbara Walkenhauer, Selah Brian Alegria, Yakima Buell Hawkins, Wenatchee Christian Schlect, Yakima Dan Plath, Yakima

Staff

Jeff Fagg, Moses Lake Secretary

Darrin Belton, Zillah Dennis Bigness, Yakima Frank Davis, Yakima Kailan Dunn, Naches

La Verne Bergstrom, East Wenatchee Laurie Knebusch, Cowiche Larry Martin, Yakima Rolando Martin, Yakima

Ruth Pringle, Naches

George Allan, Naches Janet White, Wenatchee Jim Wade, Wenatchee Ken Smith, Yakima Leo Sax, Wenatchee

Mike Rear, Eugene, OR Miles Kohl, Yakima Peter Verbrugge, Boulder, CO Richard Bailey, Billings, MT Roger Calhoun, Naches

Peter Van Well, Wenatchee Tom Stokes, Selah Stan Scheumann, Orondo Steve Clive, East Wenatchee

Jennifer Witherbee, Executive Director Jillian Rice, Assistant Director Valerie Bromfield, Administrative Assistant

Washington Apple Education Foundation

2900 Euclid Avenue, Wenatchee WA 98801 Phone: (509) 663-7713 Email: waef@waef.org / Web: www.waef.org

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2018 Scholarship Recipients A.C. Davis & Dorothy Plath Memorial Anahi Rodriguez Garcia, Union Gap Emily Martinez Serrano, Yakima Ilse Agapito, Yakima Maryam Sanchez Zuniga, Yakima AgForestry Class 38 Benjamin Covarrubias, Orondo AgNW Consulting Willy Morales, Yakima AgroFresh Jesse Manzo, Kennewick Leonardo Sarmiento, East Wenatchee Melissa Garcia, Bridgeport Allan Brothers Alondra Rodriguez, Mattawa Citlalli Rodriguez-Garcilazo, Othello Edgardo Quiroz Moreno, Tieton Jennifer Magana, Ellensburg Jesse Manzo, Kennewick Wendy Garcia, Mattawa Andrew Sundquist Neil Carlton, Manson

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Anonymous Jesus Duarte, Yakima Ruben Gutierrez III, Yakima Automated Ag Eduardo Ochoa, Ephrata Betty Loudon Memorial Odalis Nieto, East Wenatchee Bill DeWitt Memorial Jessica Avila-Marques, Wenatchee Bleyhl Co-Op Brenda Montano, Prosser Bob McDougall Memorial Jessica Avila-Marques, Wenatchee Borton & Sons Alejandra Arteaga, Yakima Angelica Bustos, Yakima Brenda Guzman-Luna, Yakima Richard Castro, Yakima Sahian Cruz, Burbank Borton Strand Liliana Padilla Herrera, Tieton Brian Alegria Erika Arias, Chelan

Brian Kershaw Memorial Brianna Reeves, Yakima Cashmere Valley Bank Shelby Brunner, Cashmere CCM Alvaro Morales, Wenatchee Anibal Hurtado Velazquez, East Wenatchee Ariana Mendoza, Wenatchee Casey Jackson, Chelan Dora Dominguez, Wenatchee Estephanie Mendoza, Wenatchee Hugo Mata, Royal City Karina Mendoza, Wenatchee Luis Cortez-Muniz, East Wenatchee Maria de Jesus Casteneda, Wenatchee Maria del Carmen Casteneda, Wenatchee Marisol Vargas, Wenatchee Omar Lopez-Corona, Othello Luz Estrada, Wenatchee CG Robbins Memorial Clarissa Lozano, Tieton Chamberlin Agriculture Delaney Strutzel, Cashmere Hannah McNerney, Parkdale Rhiannon Strutzel, Cashmere

Charity Rumbolz Memorial Leonardo Mota-Villaraldo, Okanogan Chelan Fresh Alejandro Jimenez, Yakima Anthony Boteilho, Wenatchee Kayla Stanchfield, Yakima Melisa Corrales, Brewster Chris Willett Brenda Casteneda, Wenatchee Cider Works Farms Benjamin Garnica Rangel, Orondo CoBank Basilisa Jimenez, Orondo Daisy Meija, Yakima Columbia Reach Pack Alondra Rodriguez, Mattawa Cameron Cupp, Yakima Cinthia Meneses, Yakima Laura Quintero Martinez, Tieton Columbia Valley Fruit Cameron Cupp, Yakima Jhemy Mercado-Covarrubias, Yakima Willy Morales, Yakima


Concord Construction Cassie Castle, Prosser Conover Insurance Serena Peterson, Selah Cowiche Growers Jordan Martin, Yakima Victoria Rose, Yakima CPC International Apple Company Cesar Cuevas, Quincy Santiago Basurto-Villalba, Othello Crane & Crane Brandy Woodward, Brewster Elsy Salmeron Salinas, Brewster Gloria Bravo, Bridgeport Jennifer Perez Perez,Brewster Sarah Poole, Brewster Yaneli Reyes Martinez,Brewster D&M Chemical Adrian Lopez, Prosser Fernando Gonzalez Vazquez, Moses Lake Dan and Bri Plath Jesus Mendoza Mendoza, Yakima Katie Grubb, Wenatchee Sami Everett, Wenatchee

Danna Gebbers Guzman Memorial Cindy Tinoco Heredia, Brewster

Eric & Sue Olson Amairani Martinez, Yakima Ruben Gutierrez III, Yakima

Gerri Whiteaker Memorial/ Antles Pollen Chance Messer, Marlin

Deborah Krautwurm Memorial/PayneWest Logan Robinson, Pateros

Feliciano Benitas Memorial Joselyn Ruiz Anguiano, Wapato

Glady Bellamy Memorial Agustin Cuevas, Yakima

First Fruits Marketing of Washington Jaqueline Velazco, Prescott Lizette Parra, Pasco

Good Fruit Grower Ian Ritchie, Zillah

Delmar Smith Memorial Nicole Juarez Zelaya, Oroville Dennis & Lynetta Bigness Eduardo Escalera, Manson Dick Clements Memorial Brenda Aparicio, Brewster Don Morse Memorial/Chelan Fruit Ariana Cortez, Chelan Daicy Leyva Sanchez, Manson Jennifer O’Dell, Omak Juan De La Cruz, Chelan Falls Double Diamond Fruit Mariana Ramirez, Quincy Doug Zahn Memorial Marta Martinez, Brewster Douglas Fruit Brenda Valdez Lopez, Pasco

Dan Plath Fernando Gonzalez Vazquez, Moses Lake

E. Ralph & Ida Strausz Memorial Citlali Yanez Sanchez, Yakima Eduardo Toledo, Tieton

Dick Clements Memorial Kevin Waltman Jr, Union Gap

Eckberg Family Jana Russell, Manson

Foreman Fruit Francisco Sarmiento-Torres, East Wenatchee Guillermo Castillo, Milton-Freewater Maria Castillo, Milton-Freewater Priscilla Medina, Ephrata Frank & Sharon Davis Brenda Marin Perez, Cowiche Kennia Martinez-Stephens, Prosser Lesley Arellano, Yakima Odalys Reynoso, Union Gap Fred Valentine Memorial Jason Kenoyer, Cashmere Fruit Packers Supply Jacob Haas, Wapato G.S. Long Company Jacob Cleveringa, Wapato Garry Williams Memorial/ Washington Cherry Growers Karina Pahua, Wenatchee

H F Hauff Company Arnulfo Mercado, Malott H.M. & Marion Gilbert Memorial Amairani Martinez, Yakima Jarom Empey, Mesa Jheymy Mercado-Covarrubias, Yakima Silvia Leija, Union Gap Tanner Empey, Mesa Halverson Northwest Law Group Daisy Angeles, Yakima Hansen Fruit Company LP Omar Alegria-Soto, Yakima Harold Grim Memorial Neida Guerrero-Alverdin, Entiat Herold & Vicki Peebles Heriberto Sarmiento, Manson Luis Vazquez Curiel, Oroville Stephanie Olivera, Chelan Honeybear Marketing Jessica Oules, Chelan

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HR Spinner Company Katia Perez, Naches Mitchell Bishop, Selah Stephanie Perez-Cortez, Naches Irrigation Specialist Cristobal Cervantes, Toppenish Jay & Jennifer Witherbee Heriberto Sarmiento, Manson Jeff & Jolene Hattori Samuel Larios, Yakima Jerry Haak Memorial Jessica Oules, Chelan Jerry Nolen Memorial Ivan Mendoza, Othello Jim Loudon Leonardo Sarmiento, East Wenatchee Joe & Ann Hall Education Fund Esteban Garcia Duarte, Selah Jessica Cordero Castillo, Yakima Jesus Mendoza Mendoza, Yakima

Joe Bulleri Memorial Shayla Appling, Quincy John “Daniel” Gebbers Memorial Caiden Riggan, Brewster

John Douglas Alondra Ayala-Castrejon, Pasco Angel Diaz Anaya, Yakima

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John Douglas Cont’d. Carolina Calderon Huenteyo, Manson Daisy Montejano, Wenatchee Denys Diaz, Granger Diana Picazo Villanueva, Outlook Eileen Morales, Union Gap Jaqueline Velazco, Prescott Jasmin Guerrero, East Wenatchee Jose Torres-Arellano, East Wenatchee Oswaldo Gonzalez, Bridgeport Rosa Moreno Leon, Tieton Rubi Gutierrez Herrera, Mattawa Uriel Ramirez-Hernandez, Pasco Victor Chacon, Bellingham

Larson Fruit Jocelyn Garcia, Wapato Laura Guillen Reyes, Yakima

Jonathan Crane Memorial Alejandra Tinoco Pio, Brewster Lizet Cruz, Brewster Rosa Velasco Quevedo, Brewster Sandra Esquivel-Ruiz, Brewster

Mary & Scott Jacky Kevin Nino-Tapia, Kennewick

Jones Produce Orlando Romero-Ortiz, Quincy

Monson Fruit Itali Bautista, Yakima Jennifer Warren, Dayton

Kershaw Companies Adilene Badillo Hernandez, Yakima Ilse Leyva Manzanarez, Yakima Imelda Andrade Anguiano, Yakima Yvette Llamas, Yakima Keyes Fibre Sergio Zapien, Toppenish

Les Moser Memorial/ Blue Bird Maria Merida, Tonasket Louis Van Doren Memorial Arnulfo Mercado, Malott Marrian & Diane Peebles Veronica Ruiz Herrejon, Manson Martin & Judy Verbrugge Alejandro Ramos, Othello Amarilis Santiago, Toppenish

Matson Fruit Elise Dibble, Selah

Moss Adams LLP Daniella Landa, Prosser Moss Adams LLP/E. Peter Krier Daniella Landa, Prosser MSLAS Janeli Sanchez Villasenor, Orondo Nana Simone Lacey Desserault, Prosser

Nordic Ariadna Espino-Valencia, Royal City Beatriz Medel Martinez, Bridgeport Brenda Avina-Melendrez, Wenatchee Daisy Mejia, Yakima David Jimenez, Mabton Eduardo Escalera, Manson Elizabeth Ruldo, Grandview Esmeralda Flores, Tonasket Evelyn Mejia Naranjo, Cashmere Evelyn Negrete, Orondo Gardenia Contreras-Vazquez, Sunnyside Jasmin Rodriguez, Granger Javier Silva, Tieton Javier Torres, Chelan Falls Jesse Gomez, Brewster Katia Sanchez Gutierrez, Prescott Kevin Nino-Tapia, Kennewick Leslie Puente Garcia, Pasco Luis Ferreyra, Quincy Marlisa Garcia, Brewster Marta Martinez, Brewster Melissa Guadarrama, Wapato Michelle Adame-Buenrostro, Mattawa Naydelin Arevalo-Garcia, Brewster Neida Regis, Toppenish Odalys Reynoso, Union Gap Omar Calderon, Tonasket Raul Villanueva, Toppenish Roberto Guerrero, Harrah Silvia Leija, Union Gap Tessa Orozco, Bridgeport Veronica Ruiz Herrejon, Manson


Nordic Bear Fernando Rodriguez, Royal City North Valley Mechanical/ Charity Rumbolz Memorial Andrew Hough, Brewster Northern Fruit/ Ice Lakes Brenda Medina, Wenatchee Carlos Olmos, East Wenatchee Cecilia Luevanos-Casas, Bridgeport David Olmos-Gonzalez, East Wenatchee Erika Betancourt, Wenatchee Irvin Lugo-Sanchez, East Wenatchee Jennifer Navarrete-Ramirez, Mattawa Joanna Sanchez-Avina, East Wenatchee Leslie Pena Garcia, Royal City Matt Lopez, Ephrata

Oneonta Trading Corporation/ Cooprider Cont’d. Carolina Calderon Huenteyo, Manson Jennifer Salazar-Rodriguez, Bridgeport Ulises Sanchez, Quincy Orville & Bertha Peebles Memorial Javier Torres, Chelan Falls Pace International Gabe Tyrell, Selah Ivan Mendoza, Othello Personette/Van Horn Memorial Cinthia Meneses, Yakima Phil Jenkins Memorial/ Yakima POM Club Ivan Mendoza,Othello Lacey Desserault, Prosser Raul Arroyo, Moxee

Northwest Farm Credit Services Citlali Yanez Sanchez, Yakima Citlalli Rodriguez Garcilazo, Othello

Pottratz Family Alejandro Jimenez, Yakima Javier Silva, Tieton

Olsen Brothers Adrian Lopez, Prosser

Richard Keller Memorial/ Apple King Jade Pettibone, Sunnyside Laura Quintero Martinez, Tieton Tanner Empey, Mesa

Olympic Fruit Jocelyn Garcia, Wapato Samuel Larios, Yakima Oneonta Trading Corporation/ Cooprider Carla Beltran, Quincy

Robert & Hope Allan Memorial Macey Martin, Naches Roche Fruit Arturo Medina Jr., Yakima Laura Guillen Reyes, Yakima

Cont’d. Veronica Chavez, Yakima

Roy Farms Kelly Benson, Zillah Maria Soto, Yakima Rubio Family Tessa Orozco, Bridgeport Ruth Pringle Lizette Parra, Pasco Scott Baker Technical Education Scholarship Caiden Riggan, Brewster Shields Bag & Printing Emily Holden, Yakima Stadelman Fruit Alexis Dominguez, Sunnyside Angel Diaz Anaya, Yakima Axicalli Godinez, Toppenish Brenda Guzman Luna, Yakima Cade Bosma, Outlook David Jimenez, Mabton Itali Bautista, Yakima Jade Pettibone, Sunnyside Jasmin Rodriguez, Granger Melissa Guadarrama, Wapato Stemilt Growers Amaris Barahona Cazares, East Wenatchee Cristal Blanco, Wenatchee Edgar Apolinar, Wenatchee Estefany Herrera, Wenatchee Jocelyn Hernandez Moreno, Wenatchee

Strand Scholarship Cinthia Meneses, Yakima Clarissa Lozano, Tieton Eduardo Toledo Jr, Tieton Javier Silva, Tieton Sundquist Fruit Maria Torres, Mesa Taylor Orchards Jesse Manzo, Kennewick Terry Kelson Memorial Maria Sedano, Union Gap Thomas K. Mathison Memorial Johnatan Rivera Valenzuela, Moxee Marcos Quiroz, Quincy Martimeano Villa, Toppenish Martin Trejo, Bridgeport Miguel Cruz Santiago, Quincy Tim Smith/WA Growers Clearing House Dianna Sanchez, Chelan Falls Tom Stokes Carolina Escobedo, Kennewick Christian Jimenez Torres, Grandview Tree Top, Inc. Katie Hanneman, Tonasket Lindsey Brown, Selah Molly Thies, Cashmere Shaelynn Logozzo, Richland Sharron Adams, Ephrata Victoria Rose, Yakima

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Triple G Orchards Daisy Zavala, Wenatchee Doris Carbajal, Rock Island Unitec Kyle Youngblood, Selah Ramon Vargas Contreras, Sunnyside USI Cindy Vazquez, Cashmere Ilse Leyva Manzanarez, Yakima Valent USA Melissa Garcia, Bridgeport Neftali Garcia-Alfaro, Eltopia Omar Alegria-Soto, Yakima Valley Fruit Company Samantha Dunn, Quincy Yarleth Farias Ramos, Royal City Van Doren Sales Lucas Hakensen, Wenatchee Rylie Sween, Wenatchee Van Doren Sales Vocational Jesus Ruiz, Orondo Victor Velleca Memorial Jesus Capi, Orondo Maria Bravo, Orondo VIP Insurance Cindy Tinoco Heredia, Brewster

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WAEF Vocational Fund Jason Glover, Selah Jimmy Buckman Jr, Yakima Joshua Pfenniger, Yakima Washington Apple Education Foundation Amanda Oliver, Grandview Daisy Montejano, Wenatchee Dianna Sanchez, Chelan Falls Rachel Hawkins, Manson Shaelynn Logozzo, Richland Yicel De La Cruz, Benton City Zenaida Ruiz Martinez, Pasco Washington Fruit & Produce Co/Royal Anahi Tanner, Spokane Valley Edgar Ramirez, Royal City Erika Armengol, Royal City Evelyn Carreto, Royal City Miguel Alvarez, Othello Oscar Ramirez, Royal City Washington Fruit & Produce Company Ana Acosta Quiroz, Yakima Anahi Godinez, Yakima Angelica Hernandez, Othello Angelica Sanchez, Wapato Araceli Perez, Yakima Araceli Sedano Lopez, Yakima Aylin Garcia, Othello Briseida Hernandez, Union Gap Chesney Ramynke, Yakima David Mejia Juarez, Yakima Diana Barajas, Dupont

Diana Picazo Villanueva, Outlook

Esmeralda Jimenez Santos, Moses Lake

Washington Fruit & Produce Company Cont’d. Esmeralda Perez, Yakima Henry Wilkinson, Warden Isabelle Wilkinson, Warden Jorge Gordillo, Zillah Jorge Valencia, Yakima Jose Serna, Cowiche Juan Rivera-Macias, Yakima Lorena Flores-Leon, Othello Marcos Cardenas, Yakima Maria Garcia, Moxee Martha Viveros, Yakima Miguel Rivera, Wapato Nancy Barajas Caballero, Yakima Natali Amador, Zillah Natalie Padilla, Yakima Noemi Bueno, Yakima Raul Abundiz, Yakima Sayexi Martinez, Yakima Veronica Hernandez, Yakima Washington State Tree Fruit Association John Rawley, Ephrata Omar Alegria-Soto, Yakima Wells Fargo Central Washington Ag & Commerical Banking Daicy Leyva Sanchez, Manson Tanya Godinez, Benton City Wilbur Ellis Company Arnulfo Mercado, Malott Cesar Cuevas, Quincy Christopher Huizar Magana, Yakima Esmeralda Ochoa, Chelan Falls

Wilbur Ellis Co. Cont’d. Juan De La Cruz, Chelan Falls Kassandra Salas Moreno, Royal City Lizette Parra, Pasco Maria Torres, Mesa Marlisa Garcia, Brewster Miguel Alvarez, Othello Omar Alegria-Soto, Yakima Yakima County Farm Bureau Jacob Cleveringa, Wapato Michael Hayes, Cowiche Serena Peterson, Selah Yakima Fruit Melissa Guadarrama, Wapato Neida Regis, Toppenish Zirkle Fruit Alexis Dominguez, Sunnyside Elizabeth Aguinaga, Sunnyside


Beyond the Scholarship Receiving a WAEF scholarship is only the start to a student’s relationship with WAEF. Our goal is that they graduate from college on-time and ready to begin their careers. With that goal in mind, several activities take place year-round. Award Announcements Volunteers and staff announce scholarship awards to high school seniors with a surprise visit to their school complete with balloons and all of the fanfare. High school officials join the celebration and frequently make the trip to the classroom with us. Care Packages Several years ago, we learned from an intern in our office that he was one of the few kids in his dorm that didn’t receive a care package in preparation for finals. At that time, we had just a few students and decided we could send them care packages. Now with over 300 students, it takes an army of volunteers to pull off this feat twice each year. Regional & Holiday Dinners Gatherings of WAEF students with volunteers & staff occur in the fall and over the Christmas break. The functions provide opportunities to learn more about individual student needs, provide input and ideas on career development and build relationships. Students also get to network with each other and provide support while away from home.

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Beyond the Scholarship Career Tours “The 2018 WAEF Career Fair was an amazing opportunity to network and learn more about a career field that interests me. Thank you for the opportunity!” – Participant in one of the 2018 tours. This year over 30 students toured facilities in Wenatchee and Yakima to learn about the diversity of industry careers. As with prior years, students were amazed to learn about the current and coming technology, the breadth of specialties present in industry firms and the willingness of companies and their employees to share about their experiences. We’ve found that this is one of the top ways we can support student success by providing them exposure to broad experiences as they work to determine the right career path. Summer Workshops What started as an “Introduction to WAEF” for new students and parents four years ago, has developed into a robust learning and development opportunity. Workshops presented in 2018 were designed as tracts for students based on their college graduation dates. Offered in 2018 were workshops on networking, professional social skills, interviewing, health, wellness & safety at college, understanding financial aid, selecting a major based on life goals and much more. We rely on volunteers to develop and deliver each of the student workshops – a generous and meaningful undertaking by many!

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Beyond the Scholarship Support

Thank you to the generous individuals and businesses that supported Beyond the Scholarship activities through donations to the annual fund drive and unrestricted program support! Adams, Randy AgroFresh, Inc. Albert Victor Ravenholt Fund Alegria, Brian & Buffy Alegria, Steven & Patricia Allan Brothers Antles Pollen Apple King, LLC Automated Ag Bailey, Richard & Lynne Belton, Darrin & Pam Bergstrom, La Verne & Tom Bloxom, Jack & Connie Blue Bird Inc Borton & Sons Brandt's Fruit Trees Brown, Dwaine Buck, Steve & Nancy Calhoun, Roger & Barbara Chamberlin Agriculture Chelan Fresh Marketing Chelan Fruit CMI Orchards CoBank Columbia Fruit Packers Columbia Reach Pack Columbia Valley Fruit Concord Construction Congdon Orchards, Inc. Conover Insurance Cowiche Growers Cox, Ben & Andrea CPC International Apple Company Crane & Crane Crane, Kaylan D&M Chemical Company DD & L Orchards

Double Diamond Douglas Fruit Co., Inc. Dunn, Kailan & Marissa Eric and Sue Olson, LLC F&M Construction Co Fagg, Jeff & Merrily Favco Firman Pollen Company First Fruits Marketing of Washington Fishburn, Erin Fisk, Bud & Barbara Fulton, Nate Gebbers Farms & Warehouse Gebers, Bart Gilbert Orchards, Inc. Gilbert, Scott Groves, Cory & Tami Grubbs, Anika GS Long Company Hale, Thomas Hall, Joe & Ann Halverson Northwest Law Group PC Hansen Fruit Company Holt, James & Vicki Honeybear Marketing Howard, Tom & Leanne HR Spinner Corporation Jensen, Ben & Rachel JJ Orchards Jonathan Crane Memorial Fund Kenoyer, Jerry & Lucille Kershaw Companies Kershaw, Ed & Mary Ann Key Bank Keyes Fibre Corporation Knebusch, James & Laurie LaRiviere, David & Kathy

Lopez, Carlos Loudon, Shirley Lund, Steve & Jody Martin, Larry & Susan Martin, Rolando Martinez, Mike and Bunny Mast, Bob Matson Fruit McDougall & Sons, Inc. McFerson, Jim & McCormick, Carol Meyer, Tim & Alice Monson Fruit Company Moss Adams, LLP Newedge Wellness North Central Washington Fieldmen’s Association North Valley Mechanical Northwest Farm Credit Services Olsen Brothers Pace International Peebles, Herold & Vicki PickTrace Plath, Dan & Bri Podlich, Chuck & Sharon Price Cold Storage Pringle, Ruth Ramynke, David & Dannette Reyes Market, LLC Rice, Jillian & Eric Robison, Dave & Karla Roche Fruit Ltd Roy Farms, Inc. Roy, Mark and Debbie Rubio, Natividad & Leticia Sax, Leo & Pat Schlect, Christian & Janet Shields Bag & Printing

Stadelman Fruit Stemilt Growers Stokes Lawrence Charitable Foundation Stokes, Tom & Lynda Strand Apples Strand, Roger & Betty Strand-Selby, Janet Sullivan, Rachel & Jack Sundquist Fruit Taylor Orchards, LLC The New Royal Bluff Orchards, LLC Thomas, Dalton & Pam Tree Connection Tree Top, Inc. Tudor, Betty Unitec V.K. Powell Construction Valent USA Corporation Valley Fruit III, LLC Van Doren Sales van Someren GrĂŠve, Hans & Lavonne Van Winkle, Don & Pam Verbrugge, Martin & Judy Walkenhauer, Jim & Barbara Washington Fruit & Produce Company Washington State Tree Fruit Association Wells Fargo Commercial Banking Wiggins, Keith & Claudia Willett, Chris & Jennifer Witherbee, Jennifer & Jay Yakima County Farm Bureau Yakima Fruit & Cold Storage Yakima Pomological Club Zediker, Steve Zirkle Fruit Company

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Scholarship Training

2018-2019 School Year

Throughout the year students took part in curriculum WAEF sponsored networking and informational events from designed encourage degree completion The WAEF scholarship training was developed utilizing insights ourtoscholarship selection and career preparation. Below are a few excerpts from students and volunteers about their experiences.

committee members. Each year, the training is updated with new information: students learn how to research scholarships, successfully apply and stand out in the selection process.

Scholarship training is offered to all high schools and technical schools in fruit growing districts throughout central Washington. Additionally, workshops are offered on college campuses and to parents and students in participating warehouses.

Scholarship Training Stats Total students reached 3941

High schools visited 39

Warehouse/Employer visits 26

A special thank you to those who financially support this effort: Chelan Fresh

Wells Fargo

Community Foundation of NCW

Yakima Rotary Trust

Key Bank

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U.S. Bank Foundation


Fundraising Events

Annual fundraisers provide opportunities for WAEF sponsors and donors to gather for “fun” and “raising” of necessary funds to ensure the industry’s charity continues in good health. Spring Golf Tournaments Two days of golf bring together 144 golfers at tournaments held in Yakima at Apple Tree Golf Course and at the Wenatchee Golf & Country Club. Nearly 200 sponsors support these annual events presented by Wilbur Ellis Company & Corteva Agriscience. Scholarship Celebration Luncheons The luncheons celebrate industry generosity and the significant impact made in the lives of hundreds of students annually. Combined, nearly 1,000 people attended the luncheons in 2018. The scholarship luncheons in Yakima and Wenatchee are presented by Northwest Farm Credit Services. Donate A Bin Growers (and other supporters) are invited to donate $100 “bins” of fruit. Donations are matched by promotion sponsors to boost the fundraising impact. The reveal of funds donated is made during the Washington State Tree Fruit Association Annual Meeting in December. Annual Raffle & Auction $25 Sends a Student to College! For each $25 ticket purchased, a grower gets the chance to win the Powerblast sprayer donated by Rears Manufacturing and a student gets support to succeed in college. The grand prize drawing for the sprayer and the silent & live auction occur, during the Industry Awards Banquet at the Washington State Tree Fruit Association Annual Meeting held in December.

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WAEF Grants

$4,000

Farmworker Education Program The Washington Apple Education Foundation Farmworker Adult Education Grant Program provides funding to school and community organizations who provide adult education for families employed in the tree fruit industry.

$5,000

$4,500

Key priorities of this program are: 1 Boost economic self-sufficiency of families employed in the tree fruit industry. 2 Improve cross-cultural communications through English language literacy.

5 Improve literacy and scholastic achievement of pre- and school-age children through parent modeling.

In addition to providing funding for community ESL programs, WAEF hosts semi-annual forums bringing providers together to share ideas, gain knowledge and support overall program success.

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Literacy Council of Chelan and Douglas Counties: Community Action Council for general needs of the tutoring program. First United Methodist Church of Wenatchee for ESL course instruction materials and childcare expenses.

$4,500

Friends of Ellensburg Public Library for their 8week ESL and Conversation Club Program.

$5,000

Friends of Buena Library, Zillah, for their ESL program expenses.

$5,000

La Casa Hogar, Yakima, for their Citizenship and Legal Services program instructor fees.

$4,000

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic for the cost of their ESL program expenses.

$4,000

Nuestra Casa, Sunnyside, for their Citizenship preparation course expenses.

$3,000

Living Stone Church, Chelan, for the teaching materials and supplies of their ESL program.

$5,000

Hand in Hand Immigration Services, Wenatchee for their citizenship program expenses.

3 Increase employment advancement opportunities for current ag-workers. 4 Promote citizenship through access to preparatory classes.

Bridging Cultures: Bethel Church for the expansion of their program, additional classes, and instructor fees.


Scholarships and Education North Central Washington Regional Spelling Bee

$1,000

WA State Tree Fruit Association FFA Luncheon

$1,500

WA State Horticultural Association Research & Scholarship Foundation Bill Luce Memorial Scholarships

$4,750

Carl Perleberg Memorial Industry Travel Grants

$2,050

2018 Spelling Bee Champions with volunteer officials.

2018 Year of the Apple winner.

FFA Apple Judging Winner.

Year of the Apple Art Contest Grand Prize

$1,000

2nd Place

$500

3rd Place

$250 Grand Prize Winner Eli Haney

2nd Place Parker Harrison

3rd Place Abigail Thyssen

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WAEF Volunteers and Leadership Over 200 Volunteers supported WAEF events, committees, board leadership, award announcements and more in 2018. Time, skilled efforts, and the generosity of these individuals all contributed to student success!

2018 WAEF Chairman Bob Mast Bob Mast became a member of the Washington Apple Education Foundation Board of Directors in 2015. He was elected chairman in May 2018 after serving as the foundation’s secretary and then vice-chairman. Bob is the president of Columbia Marketing International/CMI Orchards and an apple and cherry grower. CMI Orchards has been part of WAEF since our inception 25 years ago. They, along with partners Columbia Fruit Packers & McDougall & Sons, started the CCM scholarship fund. Through this fund they have provided over $2 million in scholarship support to their employees’ children. Bob graduated from Arizona State University with a double-major in business and management & marketing. He worked in the retail sector in Arizona for Fry’s Food & Drug with advancing levels of responsibility until the time he left retail and began his career in marketing with CMI Orchards in Wenatchee. In addition to his leadership role with WAEF, Bob is a commissioner of the Washington Apple Commission and a board member with United Fresh Produce Association. Bob and his wife, Sabrina, live with their daughter in East Wenatchee. They are active in their church and with The River Academy, where their daughter attends school.

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Volunteer Appreciation Awards 2018 Volunteer Group of the Year- Washington Fruit & Produce Company Washington Fruit & Produce Company committed several years ago to making a difference to the children of their employees through college access. Their financial gifts to students through WAEF have been life changing for nearly 130 students who have received multi-year scholarships over the last eight years. Also impactful has been the involvement of many Washington Fruit & Produce employees and family members in volunteer efforts. In 2018, 17 employees and Plath family members volunteered with WAEF in various areas including as members of the scholarship selection, farmworker education, student stewardship, resource developeducation, student stewardship, resource development, investment and strategic planning committees, service on the WAEF board of directors, student resume review, hosting career exploration tours, sending care packages, and providing student guidance and mentorship.

2018 Volunteer of the Year- Steve Clive Steve Clive’s involvement with WAEF began over 15 years ago when he was tapped to help with the WAEF annual golf tournaments. Later that evolved into board service and Steve served as chairman of the board of directors in 2010. After his board term concluded, Steve became a member of the WAEF Counselors Roundtable. He also continues to serve on the foundation’s Farmworker Education and audit committees. Four years ago when WAEF began student workshops, Steve suggested ‘budgeting’ as a topic for the student workshops and volunteered to lead the session. Consistently this has been a top session and is annually student workshops and volunteered to lead the session. Consistently this has been a top session and is annually offered to incoming freshmen. Steve is a vice-president at Washington Trust Bank in Wenatchee.

2018 Alumni Volunteer of the Year- Xochitl Velazquez Xochitl Velazquez became a WAEF scholarship recipient in 2009 following her graduation from Eastmont High School. She attended Gonzaga University receiving a degree in business administration. Xochitl’s volunteer activities began with WAEF when she was completing her master’s degree at Gonzaga University. Xochitl was one of the first to join the foundation’s Team WAEF at Bloomsday, a fundraising team that ran/walk Bloomsday to raise money for scholarships. When Xochitl returned to Wenatchee, she sought out ways to be involved with WAEF and has been a regular volunteer at the student holiday dinner and serves on the scholarship selection committee. Xochitl has also helped with regional dinners, summer workshops and led her group at Cashmere Valley Bank to participate in care packages.

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Thank you 2018 volunteers!

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Aaron Cahoon Abril Lopez* Alfredo Reyes* Alisha Jeffries Allison Arnett Amanda Eglin Anayssa Pulido-Lemus* Andre Wright Andrew Gohl Andrew Sundquist Andy Juarez Andy Tudor Anika Grubbs* Autumn Bernier Barbara Walkenhauer Bart Gebers Becky Lowrie Ben Cox Ben Jensen Blaine Markley Bob Mast Breann Speer Brenda Rubio-Cruz* Bret Pittsinger Brian Alegria Brianna Shales Brock Nemecek Bruce Grim Bryan Mains Buell Hawkins Carmel Schroder Cassandra Milden Charley Hanses Chase Edwards Chris Jevne Chris Paganelli Chris Schlect Chris Springer Chris Willett

Christopher Van Horn* Claudia Wiggins Cody Bishop Cody LaRiviere Colleen Malmassari Cory Groves Cragg Gilbert Craig Shindler Cristina Dickerson* Curtis Roy* Dan Mckinney Dan Plath Daniel Canalas Danielle Vincent Dany Cavadini Darcey Brown Darrel Riddle Darrin Belton Dave Robison David Enquist David Marsh Dennis Bigness Diane Peebles Dusty St. John Dwaine Brown Dyann Horton Emily Allwardt Emily Bautista-Herdt Erica Porterfield Erik Zavala* Erin Fishburn Eva Martinez* Flor Maldonado* Frank Davis Gail Foreman Garrett Babst Garrett Bishop George Allan George Velazquez Geraldine Warner

Geraldine Warner Hans van Someren GrĂŠve Heidi Myers Herold Peebles Jack Toevs Jacqui Gordon Nunez Jake Gutzwiler* James Foreman Janet Hensley Janet White Janie Plath Jeff Christopherson Jeff Fagg Jeff Nordstrom Jenna Bjur* Jennifer Mengarelli Jesika Harper Jess Tyrrell Jessica Simons Jim McFerson Jim Wade Joanne Thomas John Haas* Jon DeVaney Jon Wyss Jorge Villasenor* Jose Beltran Josh Heinicke* Josh Williamson Juan Gaytan* Juanita Silva Julia Dull Julie Allan Kailan Dunn* Karmelle Richards Katie Pauly Kay Allan Keith Huffaker Ken Ballard Ken Smith

Kevin Kenoyer Kira Bennett Kjersten Braaten Kristine Foreman Kurt Brownlee Kyle Womach La Verne Bergstrom Larry Martin Lauren Gonzalez* Laurie Knebusch Lavonne van Someren GrĂŠve Leo Sax Leslie Judd Lindsey Morrison Lisa Plath Lorinda Oscarson Luke Anderson Mallory Carr Manuel Ybarra Maria Guerra Maria Navarro Marissa Dunn Mark Stoltz Marla Borton Mary Jacky Maureen Pierce Melanie Wyss Melannie Cleveland Michael Taylor Michelle Story Mike Grubbs Mike Rear Mike Schrenk Mikey Hanks Miles Kohl Nancy Buck Natali Alfaro Nate Fulton Nate Reed

Nate Rubio* Nick Brunner Nick Guilland Nick Plath Nick Willett Pat Bossen Pat Martin Pat Sax Pete Van Well Randall Swarers Ranie Haas Reba Guzman Rebekah Arnold Regan Brown Richard Bailey Rick Adams Rick Plath Riley Mengarelli Rob Blakey Rob Stutesman Roger Calhoun Rolando Martin Ruth Pringle Ruth Velasco Ortiz* Ryan Moore Sally Rose Sarah Jordan Scott Gilbert Sean Gilbert Sergio Naranjo Sharon Loos Sharon Miracle-Harris Shelley Von Essen Sherryl Stoltenow Shirley Orellana Skyler McFeeley Stan Scheumann Steve Clive Steve Meyer* Steve Roberts

Susan Barnes Susan Heinicke Suzanne Bishop* Tami Linger Tanya Beall Teah Smith Teresa Pritchard Teri Walton Thomas Hale Tim Kovis TJ Darnell Todd Fryhover Tom Howard Tom Perry Tom Stokes Travis Schoenwald Trent Fuller* Tyler Price Vanessa Reyes Romero* Vicki Clive Vicki Peebles Warren Rose Welcome Sauer Xochitl Velazquez* Yvonne Van Winkle Zach Williams *Denotes WAEF Alumni


Financials

Statements of Activities

Year Ended 12/31/2018 Assets Cash Accounts receivable Prepaid expenses Office equipment, net of accumulated depreciation

$ 390,487 $ 137,959 $ 429

Investments, at fair value Total Assets

$ 6,274,842 $ 6,817,883

Liabilities

Accounts payable Grants & scholarships payable Accrued liabilities Deferred revenue Total Current Liabilities

Funds Held For Others Net Assets Unrestricted

Board Designated Endowment Board Designated Scholarship

Reserve

Total Unrestricted

Purpose Restrictions Perpetual Restrictions Total net assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 14,166

$ 4,193 $ 107,552 $ 4,468 $ 92,200 $ 208,413 $ 3,161,962 $ 11,590 $ 109,643 $ 225,000 $ 346,233 $ 3,078,975 $ 22,300 $ 3,101,275 $ 6,817,883

Support & Revenue Contributions Special events Interest & dividends Product sales Net change in fair value of investments Net assets released from restrictions

Without Donor Restrictions

With Donor Restriction

Total

$ 140,348 $ 344,591

$ 1,274,651 $0

$ 1,414,999 $ 344,591

$ 80

$0

$ 80

($ 17,405)

($ 134,363)

($ 151,768)

$1,143,352

$ (1,143,352)

$0

$ 1,610,966

$ 3,064

$ 1,607,902

Scholarships Farmworker & Industry Education Beyond the Scholarship Management and General Fundraising

$1,182,420 $ 60,984

$0 $0

$ 1,182,420 $ 60,984

$ 148,394

$0

$ 148,394

$ 87,578 $ 150,879

$0 $0

$ 87,578 $ 150,879

Total Expenses

$ 1,630,255

$0

$ 1,630,255

($ 19,289)

($ 3,064)

($ 22,353)

Total support & revenue Expenses

Change in Net Assets

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Thank you WAEF donors! $150,000 + Plath, Rick & Lisa $115,000 + Harris, Mike Northern Fruit $80,000 + CMI Orchards Columbia Fruit Packers McDougall & Sons Inc Stemilt Growers $50,000 + Corteva Agriscience $25,000 + Chelan Fresh Costco Wholesale Douglas, John Kershaw Companies Meyer, Phyllis Plath, Cliff & Janie Rears Manufacturing Co Inc Wilbur Ellis Company $20,000 + Allan Brothers Inc Northwest Farm Credit Services

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For your generous financial gifts in 2018!

$15,000 + Crane & Crane Inc Doyle, Gerald Yakima Pomological Club $10,000 + AgroFresh Inc Borton & Sons Gilbert Orchards Inc GS Long Company Inc Keyes Packaging Group Plath, Dan & Bri Stadelman Fruit Van Doren Sales Verbrugge, Martin & Judy Washington Fruit & Produce Company Wells Fargo Commercial Banking $7,500 + CPC International Apple Company Hall, Joe & Ann HR Spinner Corporation JJ Orchards PayneWest Insurance Rain and Hail LLC Roche Fruit Ltd Sage Fruit Company Strand-Selby, Janet Tree Top Inc US Bank Foundation

$5,000+ Albert Victor Ravenholt Fund Aweta Americas BASF Agricultural Solutions Chamberlin Agriculture Chelan Fruit Columbia Reach Pack Columbia Valley Fruit Decco Fine Americas First Fruits Marketing of Washington Gebbers Farms & Warehouse Grubbs, Anika* Key Bank Key Bank Foundation Michelsen Packaging Company Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers Orchard Rite LTD Pace International Robinson, Mike & Lisa Unitec USI Insurance Services LLC Washington State Tree Fruit Association Wells Fargo Foundation Zirkle Fruit Company


$3,500 + Antles Pollen CoBank Cowiche Growers D&M Chemical Company Davis, Frank Double Diamond EnzaFruit Products Gilbert, Scott International Paper Monson Fruit Company Peebles, Herold & Vicki Roy Farms Inc. Sundquist Fruit Willow Drive Nursery, Inc $2,500 + Anonymous Apple King LLC ARMTech Insurance Services Bleyhl Co-Op Certis USA LLC CHUBB Agribusiness Concord Construction, Inc Douglas Fruit Co Inc Hurst International Irrigation Specialists, Inc. Larson Fruit Mast, Bob North Central Washington Fieldmen’s Association Rabo AgriFinance LLC Sinclair Systems International Strand Apples Inc.

$2,500 + Cont’d. Valent USA Corporation Von Essen, Lyle & Shelley Walmart Foundation Wilson Irrigation & Orchard Supply Yakima County Farm Bureau Yakima Rotary Trust $2,000 + Ducharme, Dave Eric and Sue Olson LLC Gold Crown Nursery Hansen Fruit Company Heritage University Knebusch, James & Laurie ProAg Management Inc Rowe Farms Inc Stokes Lawrence Charitable Foundation Stokes, Tom & Lynda Strand, Roger & Betty Strausz Clement, John Strausz, Kenneth & Kristina Syngenta Yakima Fruit & Cold Storage $1,500+ Automated Ag Bank of America Bank of the West Devaney, Jon Halverson Northwest Law Group PC Homchick Smith Associates Jones Produce Company Martinez, Mike and Bunny

$1,500+ Cont’d. Matson Fruit Company Price Cold Storage The New Royal Bluff Orchards, LLC The VIP Agency Group LLC Thomas, Dalton & Pam W.E. & Millie Jones Charitable Trust Witherbee, Jennifer & Jay Yakima Valley Community Foundation $1,000 + Alegria, Brian & Buffy Assink, Jon (Marty) & Elizabeth Banner Bank Bayer CropScience Bigness, Dennis Bloxom, Jack & Connie Blue Bird Inc Buck, Nancy & Steve Calhoun, Roger & Barbara Cashmere Valley Bank Central Washington University Foundation Conover Insurance Crunch Pak LLC Doornink, Jim & Rena Dorsing Farms Douglas, John Fagg, Jeff & Merrily Gibson, Douglas Hale, Thomas Honeybear Marketing LLC Jacky, Scott & Mary

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$1,000 + Cont’d. Lund, Steve & Jody McCormick, Carol & McFerson, Jim Moss Adams LLP Murphy, Chris* Nichino America Olsen Brothers Peebles, Marrian & Diane Pottratz, Tony & Melody Poush, Hannah* Robison, Dave & Karla Rubio's Produce Shields Bag & Printing Sullivan, Rachel & Jack Taylor Orchards LLC Tree Connection VK Powell Construction Inc Washington Cherry Growers

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$500 + Alegria, Steven & Patricia Beach Haven Resort Blueline Mfg Co Brown, Dwaine Congdon Orchards, Inc Cox, Ben & Andrea Fruit Packers Supply Fulton, Nate Gilbert, Sean & Anna Good Fruit Grower Hougan, KC Huntsinger-Carson, Diane InSeason Ag Innovations LLC Martin, Larry & Susan

$500 + Cont’d. Morgan Stanley Pacific Wealth Management Group Ramynke, David & Dannette Schlect, Christian & Janet Sundquist, Craig & Caroline Superior Fruit Equipment Co. Taylor, Jay Valley Tractor & Rentals van Someren Gréve, Hans & Lavonne Walkenhauer, Jim & Barbara Wapiti Yakima LLC/ Lexar Homes Washington Apple Commission White Sands Orchards LLC $250 + Adams, Randy & Jane Apple Tree Golf Course Bailey, Richard & Lynne Belton, Darrin & Pam Bosma, Steve & Julie Dickerson, Cristina* Dunn, Kailan & Marissa* Fanning, Jacqueline Favco Firman Pollen Company Groves, Cory & Tami Grubbs, Michael & Teresia Haas, Ranie L'Ecole No 41

Losvar, Blair

Martin, Rolando Meyer, Tim & Alice Mrachek, Michael and Laura Pringle, Ruth

$250 + Cont’d. Reyes Market LLC Roy, Mark and Debbie Sagemoor Farms Seattle Mariners Toevs, John Valley Fruit III LLC Van Well Nursery Velazquez, Xochitl* Wenatchee Golf & Country Club Wiggins, Keith & Claudia Willett, Chris & Jennifer $100 + Alegria-Soto, Omar* Allan, Travis Amador, Natali* Auvil, Tom & Rose Avendano-Ibarra, Claudia Babenko, Michael Bergstrom, La Verne & Tom Brandt's Fruit Trees Inc Central Washington University Colbert, Jim & Cory Columbia Bank Cowin & Sons Crane, Kaylan Culinary Apple DDD Orchards Del Rosario, Andrew Dennis Berdan Orchards Edwards, Ernie Fishburn, Erin Fisk, Bud & Barbara Foreman, James & Allison Gebers, Bart

$100 + cont. Gilbert, Cragg M & Barbara Smith Grim, Bruce & Lynn Guillen, Enrique Gutzwiler, Jacob* Hayes, Michael Holt, James & Vicki Homchick, Craig & Maureen Howard, Tom & Leanne Johnson, Dudley Johnson, Jay & Judy Kenoyer, Jerry & Lucille Kershaw, Ed & Mary Ann Kinney, Sean Kunkel, Tom & Paula Lopez, Carlos Lopez, Jorge Lough, Shaun Magdaleno Rodriguez, Morena Maryhill Winery Mayer, Molly* Menage, Terrence Mendoza, Heather Mertes, Gary Messmer Welch, Maryann Miller, Michael & Alice Mission Ridge Ski Resort North Valley Mechanical Inc Owen Roe Winery Parsley, Troy and Suzanne Peters, Charles & Catharine Podlich, Chuck & Sharon Rice, Jillian Roberts, Linda Robison, Allen & Rachel


$100 + cont. Sax, Leo & Pat Scacco-Morton, Kim Seattle Storm Serna, Jose* Slidewaters Lake Chelan Sundquist, Andrew & Kate Tallman Ladders Inc Van Winkle, Don & Pam Velazquez, Gabriel Veselka, Keith Visconti's Restaurant Group Weiss, Marjorie Widdows, Jeffrey Wiggs, James & Jessica Zapata, Selene Zediker, Steve & Ruth Up to $99 Acevedo, Eduardo Antilla, Jocelyn Arlene M. Cuillier Revocable Living Trust Armstrong, Marc Atkinson, Charlie Barragan, Monica Bastian, Aaron Berger, Griffin Berryman, Dick Bishop, Landon Blair, Taylor Briskey, Jeremy Britt, Jonathan Brodeck, Ken Brown, Jeff

Up to $99 Cont’d. Bueno, Victor Cahoon, Aaron Camarillo, Marco Campos, Julie* Capitol Theatre Carrasco, Alberto Castaneda, Alberto* Castle, Cassie* CDS Distributing Inc Clark, Bill Copley, Michael and Jean Corbajal, Doris* Cuevas, Cesar* Cuevas, Ramon DD & L Orchards DiMaria, Sam Duckwall, Nathan Duckwall, Sara Dugan, Lance Espinosa, Guillermo* Farias, Eliceo Fields, Doug & Ann Forwing, Parker Frymier, Lori Gaspar Reyes, Antonio Gaspar, Antonio Gix, Robert Glick, Jeff Godinez, Anahi* Godinez, Nelida Gordillo, Jorge* Guzman Luna, Brenda* Hanneman, Bill Hanses, Tommy

Up to $99 Cont’d. Hawes, Joseph Hawkins, Buell Henry, Garrett Hernandez, Cesario Hill, Melissa Hubbard, John Juarez Zelaya, Nicole* La Riviere, Cody Leavenworth Winter Sports Losvar, Blair Loudon, Shirley Mallon, Craig & Marie Marquez, Ignacio Martinez, Jr, Manuel Martinez, Manuel Martinez, Mario Medel Martinez, Beatriz* Mendo, ZaIvan Moreno, Leslie Munyon, James Nefarious Vineyards Nischi, John Numerica Performing Arts Ctr. Ochoa, Esmeralda* Osuna, Alexis Oules, Jessica* Packer, John Paganelli, Chris & Toni Perez, Yoselin* Perry, Thomas & Val Peters, Chris Pfenniger, Joshua* Plath, Gilbert Plath, Nick

Up to $99 Cont’d. Porter, Scott Price, Tyler Quiroz, Marcos* Ramirez, Gabriela* Ramirez, Jesus* Randy Valicoff Farms Ranson, Josh Reyes, Esteban* Robinson, Nicole Rodriguez Magdaleno, Jesus* Roos, Johnny Root, Wade Sallato, Bernardita Schmidt, Allan Seattle Shakespeare Company Sedgwick of WA Inc II Shockley, Tressa Snapp, Kristin & Joseph Spokane Chiefs Stafford, Don Tarcea, Bobby Tarnate, Matthew Thurlby, BJ & Maggie Torres, Octavio Triple Play Family Fun Park Tudor, Betty Valicoff Fruit Company Van Horn, Michael & Debra Waltman, Gloria Warren, Bill Welch, David Welsh, Tim & Kathy Whiting, Matthew Willett, Nick *Denotes WAEF Alumni

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