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OUR CAUSE CHANGES LIVES

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STRONGER COMMUNITY.

YMCA OF NORTHWEST NORTH CAROLINA 2011 ANNUAL REPORT


The Y is a powerful association of men, women, and children joined together by a shared commitment. We believe in nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility. Lasting personal and social change happens when we work together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors.

Strengthening community is our cause.


FROM OUR CHIEF VOLUNTEER OFFICER AND PRESIDENT Stepping back and looking at the daily work we do at the Y, it all comes back to our cause: strengthening our community. Every new program, sports season, or member served supports our mission of, “Helping people reach their God-given potential in spirit, mind and body.” In the following pages you will read about people whose lives have changed because of the Y, as well as numbers that show our organization is financially sound. Without financial stability, we would not be able to focus on the work that truly matters: nurturing the potential of children and teens, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility. While annual budgets, membership and program enrollment numbers are all critical markers of our success, we are changing the conversation to focus more on the people we serve and the difference the Y makes in their lives. Good work happens inside and outside the walls of our buildings; and our members, volunteers and staff truly make the Y matter. When we share the significant expansion at YMCA Camp Hanes with the new Richard J. and Marie Reynolds Equestrian Center and Budd Family Shooting House, it isn’t just about the structures or added appeal of Camp. It is about the child who overcame fear by riding a horse for the first time or the father and son who spent time together learning a new skill on an Adventure Guides weekend. The 28th Annual YMCA Mistletoe Run was the largest ever, topping 3,750 participants. But one of the stories that stood out the most was of a brave cancer survivor from the LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA program who completed her first 5K with her Y trainer by her side. She joyfully crossed the finish line amidst cheers of encouragement from dozens of members, staff, and even police officers manning the race. Those supporters had tears in their eyes and smiles on their faces. Our generous donors listed in this report make a meaningful difference. Their gift is the opportunity for a child to grow with positive role models and to learn a healthy, active lifestyle. It is hope for someone who has lost their job or has unmanageable medical bills, but now has a place to go that offers a chance for a better future. Our Y will now impact lives across an even greater region as the YMCA of Iredell County officially merged with our Association on January 1, 2012. The two organizations were under a management agreement throughout 2011. The partnership maximizes resources to better serve children, adults and families in Iredell and Alexander counties. We appreciate our many volunteers, board members, donors and staff for their tireless work and energy to ensure that the Y is available to everyone in our community. Thank you for your continued support.

IN sPIRIT, MIND & bODY,

David Fain, Chief Volunteer Officer

Curt Hazelbaker, President and CEO


CLOSING THE SUMMER LEARNING GAP Camp High Hopes

FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Every child deserves to feel a sense of accomplishment at the end of the school year and excitement to start school in the fall. For children who are already struggling with academics, summer months without academic enrichment puts them even farther behind their peers. Camp High Hopes works to change that outcome. Language barriers present additional obstacles. Maria Gonzalez, a mother of three boys, didn’t know where to turn when she received calls that her sons were falling behind in school. She explains, “I can’t read and write in English, so I couldn’t help them with homework.” That’s when she learned of Camp High Hopes. Camp High Hopes is a summer tutoring camp for academically at-risk elementary students in a safe, structured environment that reignites a passion for learning and provides the supplementary attention needed to succeed. The majority of students are Hispanic/Latino. Students who are below grade level or otherwise identified by school staff as needing support within Title I schools are invited to attend. “My sons really enjoyed camp and asked if I would enroll them for next year before the summer ended,” Maria shared. The six-week program is held at Diggs Latham Elementary School. The daily schedule includes tutoring, academic enrichment, a physical fitness component, lunch and a healthy snack. The camp is free, thanks to funding from the Annual Giving Campaign, the United Way of Forsyth County, and a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. Parents are required to attend a weekly workshop, facilitated by a licensed family therapist, to gain tools to support their children and their education. Maria’s sons now say their favorite subjects are reading and math, “The camp helped my boys study more and do better in school when the school year started.” For the summer of 2011, 71% of participants maintained grade level or improved in math and 82% of participants maintained grade level or improved in reading.

OUR IMPACT

• 405 teens got a taste of higher education and career options while learning the tools they need to succeed in the Black and Latino Achievers Programs. • 489 youth developed a passion for the legislative process in the Youth & Government program. • 1,689 students across middle and high school participated in Graduating Our Future to better prepare themselves for on-time high school graduation. • 2,754 children made a splash learning how to swim and be safe around the water. • 4,740 kids built lifelong memories and friendships in Before and After School, Summer Day Camp, and Resident Camp programs, while 470 dads and kids spent one-on-one time together in Adventure Guides.


GETTING MY LIFE BACK

LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA FOR HEALTHY LIVING Two weeks before graduation from John Hopkins University, Tina Leehr was diagonosed with cancer. The hustle of final exams and graduation ceremonies quickly took a back seat to doctor’s appointments, MRIs, and then chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Once the most intense treatment stopped, Tina’s life didn’t go back to normal. “On good days, I felt almost normal again but those days were few and far between,” Tina, age 24, shared. “Even a year after treatment I was not even close to my normal self.” When her mother came home from the Y one day with news about a new program for cancer survivors, LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA, Tina was skeptical that it would really make a difference.

OUR IMPACT

• 36 individuals at two branches participated in the pilot LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA program. • 179 adults found the motivation they needed to reach weight loss goals in Get on Your Weigh. • 625 children learned healthy habits through the PACES childhood obesity prevention program. • 12,631 SilverSneakers® and Active Older Adult members met new friends and maintained health at Y branches. • 135,918 people were served through membership and programs in our Association.

LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA is a physical activity and well-being program designed to help adult cancer survivors achieve their holistic health goals. The research-based, 12-week program offers people affected by cancer a supportive environment to participate in physical activities focused on strengthening the whole person, as well as a free Y membership for the session’s duration. During the program, Tina started to notice physical changes. Her endurance and muscle definition began building week after week. But the real impact was connecting with the other participants and Y trainers. “From day one, I connected with the other participants. We just bonded. I had more in common with them than people my own age. They just got it and knew where I was coming from,” Tina explained. “I didn’t realize how comforting that could be or that I had been missing that connection.” The unexpected camaraderie and increased physical capacity that LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA provided was a turning point for Tina. As of January 2012, Tina’s physicians can no longer detect any cancer in her body. “I’m just really excited to start planning my future again. Having a place to go (the Y) where I feel completely comfortable and can get healthier has made all the difference.”


BRINGING THE CLASSROOM TO LIFE

YMCA Camp Hanes Outdoor Education FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Science is often an area where American school children fall short. We now partner with local schools to help give the subject the attention it deserves. At YMCA Camp Hanes, the Outdoor Education Program takes classroom lessons and brings them to life with educational, hands-on activities. “We take what children are learning in school and make it very experiential and most of all fun,” explains YMCA Camp Hanes Director Val Elliot. “The learning happens because the kids are having fun, and that is what gives those lessons staying power for years to come.” During the program, staff provide hands-on classes that complement the curriculum based on the North Carolina State Standard Course of Study for Education. Students begin to understand what they’re learning from a textbook in a new and different way. Time at camp allows students to see each other in a different setting that promotes and encourages cooperation, teamwork, and understanding of their own abilities and potential. Trained professionals facilitate the learning experience through group work, guided discovery, participatory discussions, and fun activities. The 400 acres of field, forests, lakes, and mountains at YMCA Camp Hanes provide the perfect setting for students to gain skills, knowledge, and inspiration. Lessons cover a broad range of topics including nature hikes, water ecology, reptiles and amphibians, forest ecology, soil studies, and more. The Y provides scholarships for any student who cannot afford to attend the class trip to YMCA Camp Hanes.

OUR IMPACT

• More than 5,000 students from 57 schools experienced hands-on learning in the YMCA Camp Hanes Outdoor Education Program last year. • More than 200 people were served through the Y’s Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and Family Literacy programs. • 351 individuals joined the Y through the YMCA Military Outreach Initiative benefitting families of active and deployed soldiers. • 4,829 volunteers spent time to help advance the Y’s mission and work in the community. • $1,551,620 in Open Doors Scholarship financial assistance was provided for Y programs and membership fees to more than 15,690 individuals.


RECOGNIZING COMMITMENT VOLUNTEER PARTNERS The Y couldn’t exist without the support of volunteers. These members of the community give their time, talent and funds to make the Y’s work possible. From coaching a youth sports team to gathering community support for a Y program, the people recognized on the following pages truly believe in our mission of “Helping people reach their Godgiven potential in spirit, mind and body.”

THE STRONG AWARDS: ADULT VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR

Rick French Alexander County Family YMCA

Fred Voreh Davie Family YMCA

Neal Cooke Fulton Family YMCA

Tarron Coalson Jerry Long Family YMCA

Mike Stone Kernersville Family YMCA

Dan McLean Robinhood Road Family YMCA

Edie Holland Statesville Family YMCA

Bob Sullivan Stokes Family YMCA

Pam Herring Wilkes Family YMCA

Pat Crowley William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA

Hansel E. Hentz Winston Lake Family YMCA

Johnie Hopkins Yadkin Family YMCA

Peter Schneider YMCA Camp Hanes

Monty Montgomery YMCA Child Care Services


DEDICATED TO SERVING COMMUNITY Red Triangle Society Inductee Jerry Carlton The Yadkin Family YMCA would not be the community cornerstone it is today without Jerry Carlton’s vision. In fact, the Y might not exist in Yadkin County at all. More than 15 years ago, Jerry saw there was a need in the community for children to have a place to play sports and gather with friends outside of school. When faced with that need, he acted. “We had talked about needing a gym or recreation center in our community for years,” Jerry explained. “But when we really started looking into it, we were not satisfied with just a gym. We wanted more than that.” Gathering the support of community leaders, he contacted our YMCA Association and determined what it would take to bring a Y to Yadkin County. Leading the Capital Campaign for more than five years, his perseverance was rewarded when the Yadkin Family YMCA was dedicated on June 23, 2001. The journey to that day was not without challenges, which Jerry tackled with foresight and precision. His commitment didn’t end when the building was built. He brought the Y’s mission to life volunteering time as a youth sports coach, supervising youth outings, and even mopping the floor at times. He also demonstrated his passion for the Y as the first Chairman of the Board of Management, and today as Board Member Emeritus. “It excites me to see the atmosphere at the Y and that people have a place to go to meet new friends,” Jerry shared. “I like that it’s for the entire family – kids, adults, and older adults.” His involvement with the Y is not the only way Jerry has made Yadkin County a better place to live, work and raise a family. Volunteering for more than 50 years through a variety of organizations, he is a founding member of the Downtown Business Association, charter member of the Yadkin Civitan Club, past Chairman of the Administrative Board of Center United Methodist Church, in addition to serving on the Town Park Committee and leading the capital campaign for the Yadkin Home Place, a residence for developmentally-challenged adults where he is the current President/ Chairman. In each role, he never fails to rise to the needs of the community and make a considerable impact. In recognition of his outstanding volunteer service, Jerry was one of only 20 recipients to receive the Governor’s Medallion Award in 2010. The Red Triangle Society was established in 2002 and induction into the Society is the highest honor a Y volunteer can receive. Recipients demonstrate long-term and significant commitment, enthusiasm and dedication to the YMCA mission. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina is pleased to induct Jerry Carlton into the Red Triangle Society.

“What Jerry Carlton does for Yadkin County never seems to stop. No obstacle stops him in any project he undertakes, especially if it addresses a community need. He is truly a model for what can be accomplished by a volunteer who loves his hometown.” - Sandie Grant, Yadkin Family YMCA


2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

David Fain, Chief Volunteer Officer/Chair Linda Wood, Chief Volunteer Officer Elect/Vice Chair Joan Healy, Secretary Chad Nolan, Treasurer Curt Hazelbaker, President and CEO David Fain, Board Development Committee/Executive Committee Chair Paul Hammes, Human Resources Committee Chair David Hinton, Audit Committee Chair Molly Kremidas, Marketing Committee Chair Chad Nolan, Finance Committee Chair Paul Norby, Property & Risk Management Committee Chair Fred Trivette, Financial Development Committee Chair Davie Family YMCA: Cynthia Charles, Chair Fulton Family YMCA: Brad Underdal, Chair; Brian McMillan, Vice Chair Kernersville Family YMCA: Helen Jennett, Chair; Tom McDaniel, Vice Chair Jerry Long Family YMCA: Lisa Featherngill, Chair Robinhood Road Family YMCA: Shannon Hurley, Chair Stokes Family YMCA: Jerry Sneed, Chair; Bob Sullivan, Vice Chair Wilkes Family YMCA: David Doyle, Chair William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA: Murph Gregg, Chair; Julie Townsend, Vice Chair Winston Lake Family YMCA: Wayne Hosch, Chair; Robin Richards, Vice Chair Yadkin Family YMCA: R.J. Speaks, Chair; Evelyn Moxley, Vice Chair YMCA Camp Hanes: Jennifer Needham, Chair; Jerry Jones, Jr., Vice Chair YMCA of Iredell County: Edie Holland, Chair; Phil Hazel, Vice Chair

At Large Board Members The Reverend Darryl Aaron Dr. Debbie Best Andy Carmen Scott Carpenter Ed Crowder The Honorable Chester Davis Paul (Bo) Fulton

Leslie Hayes Bill Hayes Sue Henderson Brian Herndon Keith Kiser Mark Land Curtis Leonard Jimmy Lippard Dr. Michael Lischke

YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS Davie Family YMCA: Bibiana Arroyo Fulton Family YMCA: Cailin Murphy Jerry Long Family YMCA: Phillip Ziesemer Kernersville Family YMCA: Hosanna Gourley

Robert (Bob) Moody Sylvia Oberle Robert (Bob) Parker Bill Phipps Dave Plyler Norm Potter Sister Larretta Rivera-Williams

Drew Veach Brent Waddell Tim Whitener J. Dudley Watts, Jr. Allan Younger

Stokes Family YMCA: Courtney Caudle William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA: Will Holland Winston Lake Family YMCA: Tyla Brown YMCA Camp Hanes: Caroline Bell


2011 ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN DONORS Benefactor Level

Anonymous Coca-Cola Bottling Company Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation Margaret C. Woodson Foundation Mebane Charitable Foundation, Inc. Pepsi Beverages Company Precor Larry and Diane Stone Scott and Nikki Vogler Yadkin Physical Therapy, Debbie Snyder

Gold Level

Anonymous BB&T Joan Marie Belnap Best Services Group, Inc. The Budd Group Camel City Classic Golf Tournament Food Lion Hatteras Financial Corporation Curt and Pat Hege Hispanic League I. L. Long Construction Co., Inc., Ed Welch Jerry Neal Watkins Trust Fund Kulynych Family Foundation, 1, Inc. Dan and Sheila McLean Primerica Financial Services Reynolds American, Inc. Rotary Club of Clemmons Bucky and Debra Sizemore Andy and Karen Stuckey

Silver Level

Anonymous Eddie and Melissa Branscomb Carolina Tide Basketball Cassidy Turley Clemmons Family Dental Clemmons Rotary Foundation Doug and Jennifer Constable Cook Medical Forsyth Medical Center Jon and Lisa Fox Curt and Melody Hazelbaker Leonard and Rose Herring Josh Howard Foundation

JDL Castle Corporation, David Shannon Kernersville Chamber of Commerce Key City Furniture Liberty East Redevelopment, Inc Jimmy and Katie Lippard MedCost Benefit Services Larry Mull North Wilkesboro Rotary Club Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. Steve Reinemund Jack and Chris Ritchie Rotary Club of Kernersville Tom and Kathy Rucker Peter and Barbara Schneider Smoothies, Etc., Jeff Stewart Triad Commercial Properties Fred and Rena Trivette US Food Service Weed and Seed Committee Volvo of the Triad, Rob Satter, Sr. Law Offices of Timothy Welborn Winston Lake Senior Golf Association YMCA Youth and Government

Jennifer Rackley Phil and Susan Rash Rotary Club of Winston-Salem Steve and Betty Russell Joe and Marge Schehr Jim and Luci Smoak Southern Community Bank & Trust Chris Stewart John and Cindy Stewart Stimmel and Associates, Douglas Stimmel Vernon and Mozelle Thompson Thatch and Julia Townsend Triad Therapy, Dr. Quincy R. Smiling TYDE Swim Team Walmart #2793 Walter Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects. PA Eric and Leslie Watt Werner Ladder Company Kevin and Aimee Williams Keith and Linda Wood Lorin and Karen Wood Y Men’s Club of Winston-Salem

Bronze Level

Anonymous - 8 donors A-1 Self Storage, Austin and Sally McGuire A Child’s World Learning Center, Andy and Carol Hewitt Heather Adams Adventure Guides, Wildflowers ADP National Account Services Susan Albert Tony and Chris Alford John and Betty Allison Allstate, Eric Tang All Year Cooling & Heating, Inc., Robin and Lynn Smith Bob and Stephany Alphin Paul Anderson Brent and Jennie Anthony Jim and Nellie Archibald Maria Aristizabal and Scott Keefe Jim and Tobie Arnold Beamer Aston Phil and Vicky Auchincloss Mike and Charmon Baker Heather Barnes Barnette Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Andy and Katie Barrick Ed and Kim Barron BB&T Capital Partners BB&T Insurance Services, Inc. BB&T Winston-Salem Bell, Davis and Pitt, PA Richard and Lynn Beuter Biscuitville, Inc. Walter Black Will and Laura Blackwell Leslie Blixt Boone Regional Ear Nose & Throat Associates, Dr. Barry Ellis Bruce and Kathy Boyer Chris Brady Mike and Kelly Brady David and Bettie Braswell Sherrill and Jenny Braswell Susie Braswell Michael Brenner Greg and Jackie Brewer Ervin and Donna Brown Andy Brown

Anonymous - 3 donors AdColor Brian and Katie Ammon Mark and Lori Bachman BB&T Mocksville BB&T Kernersville Larry and Cathy Blevins Carl and Helen Boon Andy and Sheila Carmen Neal and Sharon Cheek Countryside RV, Mark and Angela Casstevens John and Tammy Coulter The Chronicle County of Davie Yyron Croslin Diamondback Grill, Murph and Kimberly Gregg Mark and Melanie Holton Cam and Tammy Finley Jim and Susan Fradenburg Sam and Deanna Franklin Paul Fulton, Jr. Pat Gattis Dr. Jenifer Geisler and Dr. Raymond Morrison Tony and Vi Golding Hanes Mall Management Healing Force Pat and Joan Healy Terry and Jeannie Hemiller Matt and Wendy Hiller Hola of Wilkes County Indera Mills, Inc., John Willingham and James Olson Logan Heating and Air Conditioning, Scott Boyles George and Brook Martin Keith and Pam Mason McDaniel Company, Tom McDaniel Wayne and Janice McMahon Brian and Nisa McMillan Joe and CeCe Middleton Miss Jenny’s Pickles Monty Montgomery and Joan Reid Darin and Jennifer Needham Dwight and Ann Pardue Bill and Julia Phipps Piedmont Kiwanis Club Pura Vida Promotions, Inc.

CHAIRMAN’S ROUNDTABLE


Joel and Shannon Bruggen Brushy Mountain Smokehouse and Creamery, Jeff and Todd Swofford Bryan Cave LLP Bruce and Judith Burns Belinda Butcher Randy and Cynthia Cain Alan and Lisa Caldwell Carolina Finishing, Inc. Carolina Physical Therapy Specialists, Inc. Carolina Spine Systems Kevin and Kelley Carroll Central Carolina Air Conditioning Ody Chamis, Edward Jones Investments Cynthia Charles Chick-fil-A at Kernersville Chick-fil-A of Stanleyville Classic Business Systems, Inc. L.B. and Gail Clayton Jay and Stephanie Clement Michael and Gwenn Clements Helen Clifton Tom and Maggie Clingman Mark and Sherry Close Larry and Beverly Colbourne Allen Coleman Greg and Carrie Collins George and Ida Maude Collins Mike and Janice Combest James and Beverly Cook Brian Cormier Anna Bland Costello Kent and Bonnie Crouch Ed and Karen Crowder Cubic Inc., Frank and Cynthia Taracido Mitchell and Jennifer Currin Dairi-O of King, Inc. Bob and Patty Dalton Richard and Anissa Daniels Davie Dermatology Bill and Marie Davis Lola Davis Robert and Cindi Davis Brandt Deal Matt Dice Dixon Hughes Doctor Lock Locksmiths Kevin and Anna Dollhopf Jude and Kim Dooley Luke and Taylor Dooley Steve and Sian Doran Mark and Susan Doughton Thomie Douthit The Downtown Middle School Frank and Annette Dray Jordan DuBois Joe and Mary Dudley Steve and Nancy Duggins Duke Energy Eastridge Technology Inc. Tim and Meredith Ebert Ebert Sign, Dean Ebert Matt and Angie Edwards Dr. Joel Edwards El Maguey Mexican Restaurant Val and Elizabeth Elliott Nelson and Kasey Elliott Sally H. Ervin Etc. Consignment Fain Enterprises, Inc., David and Sherrie Fain Lance and Lisa Featherngill FedEx Ground Jim and Sarah Ferguson First Community Bank

Henri and Valentine Fitzgerald Eleni Floropoulos and Justin Sawyer Tres and Dawn Fordham Forsyth County Broncos Forsyth Pediatrics at Westgate Forsyth Pediatrics Kernersville & Oak Ridge Forsyth Woman / Forsyth Family Magazine Scot and Heather Freeman Kirk and Mary Walker Fry Robbie and Jennifer Fulford Bo and Jenny Fulton Ted and Joan Fyock G & B Energy Shawan and Keisha Gabriel Candelas Gala and Paul Escott Harry and Mary Frances Galifianakis Garber Eye Center Doug and Amy Garner Rusty and Christy Garner Gentry Family Funeral Service, Inc. Sharon Giddens Lloyd and Patsy Ginns Jeff and Kelli Gordon Sandie Grant Rick and Jane Graves Great Clips Greensboro Orthopaedics Odell and Susan Grose Tim and Susan Gupton Avery and Kristi Hall Robert and Kathy Hall Tim and Carla Hall Sean Halstead Steve and Lyn Halstead Joyce Hamby Paul and Dana Hammes Hanesbrands Harper Eye Care Josh Hartgrove Hawthorne OB/GYN Associates Thomas and Leslie Hayes Bill and Carolyn Hayes Vaughn and Frances Hayes Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home Allan and Patti Head Darryl and Karin Head Brian and Tina Heelan Heidi’s Uniforms Joe and Sharon Helsabeck Doug and Sue Henderson Joe and Annette Hennings Lee and Pam Herring Andrea Hicks High Performance Pizza High Point Bank Highways & Skyways of NC, Inc. Hillsdale Dental, Dr. Adam Dorsett & Dr. Jason Moore Hip Chics Boutique Hogan Law Associates, LLC Holiday Inn Express, Clemmons Holiday Inn Express, Wilkesboro Henry and Diane Holleman Holt House Builders, John Holthouser Ralph Holthouser Jerry and Melisse Hopping Michael and Amy Hough Julius Hubbard Gay Nell Hutchens In Flight Gymnasium Irvin Roberts Salon and Day Spa JanPak, North Carolina Helen Jennett

Larry and Theresa Johnson Johnson Controls David Jones and Dana Caudill-Jones Jerry and Patti Jones Porsche Jones Robert and Leigh Ann Jones Dan and Temple Kennedy Erin Kennedy Kerner Ridge Assisted Living Kilpatrick, Townsend & Stockton King Christian Center Keith and Cathy Kiser Kiwanis Club of Kernersville Chuck and Sue Kraft L & G Photography Arnold and Becky Lakey Landmark Builders of the Triad, Inc. Lantal Textiles, Inc. Bill Lawler Mitch and Sherry Lee Curtis Leonard Lewisville Motor Company, Inc. Life Fitness Liner & Browder, DDS PA Greg Link Lions Club of Kernersville Kent Loehrke Jason and Ella Long Bess Lovec Blake and Julia Lovette Lena Lovette Jim and Ann Lowe Macedonia Baptist Church Doug and Sherri Mansfield Maplewood Baptist Church Dana Marske Marzano Asset Management Marriott Fairfield Inn, Jon Daly Henry and Bobbie May David and Kim McClure Jessica McGinley Richard and Daphne McHone Medical Associates of Davie at Hillsdale Jeff and Kelly Melang The Honorable Lisa V. Menefee John and Lisa Millican Monte De Rey of Clemmons Evelyn S. Moxley


Myers Tire Service, John Myers Frank Myers Auto Maxx, Frank Myers Dr. Willette Nash Nawab Indian Cuisine New Horizon Home Care and Adult Day Services Scotty and April Nichols Marty and Julie Nichols Jim and Liz Nieland Northern Foothills Tennis Academy Tim and Beth O’Connell Anita Oliver Mark Oliver, DDS OmniSource Southeast 1-Stop, Inc. Harry and Sue Padgett Chris and Heather Parker Bob and Mary Beth Parker Drs. Barry and Ashley Parks Parks Chevrolet, Inc., James Berry Joe and Britt Parrish George and Laura Patterson S. Wayne Patterson Bonita Patton Sean and Julie Peache Dean and Kittie Pearson Joe Peele Pfefferkorn Foundation Piedmont Facilities Services Pilot Floor Covering, Inc., Jerry Millsaps Plumbing Service Company Michael and Evelyn Pollak Margaret Lisa Poole Robert Poole Jamie Post Norm and Patricia Potter David Powers Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic, Inc. Kathryn and Hayley Premo Pressure Dog Pressure Washing, Jimmy Beasley Gary and Joyce Prillaman Oz and Valerie Prim PrimeCare - Kernersville Quality Mobile X-Ray and Ultrasound Jeff and Ashley Raborn RBC Centura Bank Harry and Willie Reavis Bob and Marie Reed Reynolda Rotary Club Riazzi Rhyne & Swaim Investment Group Rick and Penny Rice Joe and Jenny Richardson River Oaks Community Church RMIC Jolyn Roberts Rock-Tenn Company Brad and Donna Rodgers Rotary Club of King Don and Blair Routh Jesse and Teresa Royall Henry Russ Salem Gymnastics Sports Center Kelly and John Sealey Security Forces, Inc. / SFI Electronics, Inc. Brad and Katie Sellers Jeff and Amy Sessoms John and Tenisa Setzer David and Jessica Sheedy Mark and Wendy Shehan Steve Shelton Larry Shifflett Todd Shoaf and Dr. Rosa Otero Darle and Marylou Shouse James Smith Smitty’s Grille

Jerry and Ann Sneed Sociale Gourmet, Donna Harris SOI Online Southeastern Title Agency, Inc., Will White Drs. Spangler & Rohlfing, PLLC Paul and Kathryn Spanos Specialized Fitness Specialty Car Company, Phil Stevens Scott and Nicole Spillman Dick and Jeannie St. Clair St. Paul United Methodist Church State Farm Insurance, Dennis McNeil Jack and Marilyn Staton John E. Stewart Samantha Stewart Gary and Lee Anne Stiffler Donna and John Stoddard Stokes Tire, T. Beroth Subway of Wilkes Subway of Clemmons Bob and Susan Sullivan Don Sutherland Judith Sweger Technical Services Company Stuart and Kimberly Teeter Amelia Templeton William and Cynthia Tessien The Stump Corporation Thoroughbred Training Center Time to Eat TJ’s Deli Randolph Tompson Town of Yadkinville B and Martha Townes Trailers of the East Coast, Inc., Clint Junker Carolyn Treglia Treofan America, Grant Gustafson Trinity United Methodist Church Truth Broadcasting Corporation Mary Tucker Torrey Tucker Alex and Elliott Turner Dr. Charles S. Turner 21 Motors Twin City Kiwanis Club Twin City Pediatrics Clemmons Union Baptist Church United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church University Dental Associates Karen Paola Vallecillo Robert and Jillian Van Camp VF Jeanswear Vulcan Materials Company W.N. Ireland Insurance Agency, Mark Brandon Wake Forest Baptist Health- Davie Hospital, Kevin Walsh Walmart #1096 Walmart #3626 Letha Ward Dick and Betty Ward Win and Meredith Welch Randy and Terri Welfare Claudette Weston David Weston WFF Facility Services Lance and Lindsey White Will and Currin White Jason Whitener Tim and Penny Whitener Trevor and Caroline Whitson Tammy Whitworth Winston Lake Family YMCA Active Older Adults and Membership Committee Jim and Minnie Wilcox

Wilcox Marketing, Inc Wilkes Family YMCA After School Program Wilkes Anesthesia Associate, V.O. and Ann Roberson Wilkes Regional Medical Center Wilkes Telecommunications Ron Willard Willardson and Lipscomb, John Willardson William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA Childcare Jim and Marty Williams Lexie Williamson Kent and Sharon Wilmoth Winston-Salem Pediatrics Julie Wolfe Bill and Erna Womble Lupton and Charlot Wood Susan and Jason Wynn xpedx Ben and Harriet Yeager Joel Zendel ymca OF iREDELL COUNTY Benefactor: Thomas and Frances Fanjoy Bronze: Phil Hazel Member: Angela “Blake” Blakley Brook Biddy-Edward Jones Investments Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates Barry and Anna Gordon L. Gordon Iron & Metal Doug and Carole Hendrix Walter and Edie Holland William Kesler Wayne King Jim and Lynn Lawton Chester Middlesworth Nicholson Funeral Home John and Cathy Potts Robin’s Run 5K John Steele Craig and Dorie Shore Sam Zachary *Contributions in this report were received prior to 12/31/11. Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this list. If you discover any errors or omissions, please call 336-777-6225.


FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS: The Heritage Club The Heritage Club recognizes and appreciates those who have shown their long-term interest, commitment and support of the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina by either a direct contribution to the endowment fund or by including the Y in their estate planning. We are honored to list their names: John P. Adams Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Allen, Jr. Bob and Stephany Alphin Arthur and Kerri Askew Arnold and Ruth Aspden Ed and Kim Barron Joan Marie Belnap C. P. and Margaret* Booker Bruce and Kathy Boyer Bill and Betty Lou Brackney Susie Braswell Roy E. Brewer* Anna Brown Trust* Hal and Pat Brown Macie Brown and Clark* Brown, Sr. Richard and Sylvia Budd Bill and Betty Campbell Michael and Gwenn Clements Bill and Becky Clingman Tom and Maggie Clingman Sara Cooley Brian Cormier John and Tammy Coulter Richard and Anissa Daniels John and Terrie Davis Patti Davis Wayne and Judith Duncan Noel Lee (Skip) Dunn Doris East and Whit* East Jon Engel David and Sherrie Fain Tres and Dawn Fordham Wayne Foushee

Sam and Deanna Franklin Laura Fuller Jamie and Shirley Grant Sandie Grant Howard Gray* Rupert T. Hall Tim and Carla Hall F. Borden Hanes, Jr. Curt and Melody Hazelbaker Curt and Pat Hege Joe and Sharon Helsabeck Doug and Sue Henderson Joe and Lisa Hennigan David and Natalie Hinton Sam and Pam Hooker Craig and Betsy Hoyt Gay Nell Hutchens Bill Hutchins J. Berkley Ingram, Jr.* Jerry and Patti Jones Norm and Pat Joyner Bob and Tina Kahle Chuck and Sue Kraft Mitch and Sherry Lee Angie Loflin Tom and Kim Looby William and Brenda Maready Dana Marske Keith and Pam Mason William M. McDonald Amy J. McNeil Carl J. Miller Larry Mull

Dr. Bob Nolan Albert Oettinger and Sophia Rothberger Sam and Jane Ogburn Carl C. Pace Harry and Sue Padgett Walter and Elizabeth Pitt David and Nancy Plyler Michael and Evelyn Pollak Robert and Betty Quick Jennifer Rackley Harry and Willie Reavis Henry Russ Harvey* and Ida Ruth* Staplefoote Dennis and Kathy McNeil John Stewart Judy Sweger W. McNair Tornow Fred and Rena Trivette Mary L. Turner and Dr. James* Turner Robert and Jillian Van Camp Robert (Rip) and Julie VanCamp Claudette B. Weston Will and Currin White William G. White, Jr.* Ron Willard Ben and Julia Wilson Don and Sarah Wood Linda and Keith Wood Joe Zammit* *Deceased

GOLF AND GIVE BACK: 2011 Partnership Golf Tournament

Title Sponsor Vanir Energy, LLC Central Carolina Air Conditioning

Champion Sponsors The Budd Group Fain Enterprises Major Sponsors ACS Benefit Services AdColor ADP National Account Services Bahnson, Inc. Bank of North Carolina BB&T Insurance Services, Inc.

Classic Business Systems, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Company First Citizens Bank First Community Bank Jones and Jones Jewelers Jules and Associates Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate Life Fitness Magnolia Construction Company Med-Fit Systems/Nautilus Octane Fitness Precor Quality Mobile X-Ray and Ultrasound The Redwoods Group

Sharp Business Systems Signs Now Sylvester & Cockrum, Inc. The Trane Company Twin City Quarter Volvo of the Triad Weston Promotional Products xpedx Special Sponsors BB&T Matrix Fitness Systems Pfaff’s Specialized Fitness Yoforia Fain Enterprises Team (right): From left: Linda Wood, David Fain, Curt Hazelbaker, Dave Rogers.


FUNDING OUR CAUSE

2011 Financial Data YMCA OF NORTHWEST NORTH CAROLINA FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2011 2011 2010 Operating (unaudited, 000's) (000's) PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE United Way $ 1,567 1,414 Contributions and Grants 2,614 2,465 Membership * 15,010 14,202 Program Fees ** 5,985 5,653 Other 391 369 TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE $ 25,567 24,103 OPERATING EXPENSES Personnel $ 15,442 14,190 Occupancy 4,211 4,262 Supplies & Equipment 2,807 2,607 Marketing 592 544 Vehicles & Transportation 294 259 National/World Service Support 332 325 Capital Debt Retirement 960 960 Capital, Maintenance, & Operating Reserves 855 898 Other 74 58 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES $ 25,567 24,103 NET INCREASE $ --- --- *Net of Financial Assistance of $950K and $888K, respectively **Net of Financial Assistance of $602K and $627K, respectively Financial Data does not include YMCA of Iredell County, while some impact figures do.

“Good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others.” - Plato


The Y changes lives for the better. Our programs help children grow into productive adults. Our neighbors live happier, more rewarding lives when they are healthy and feel their best. Doing the right thing is our responsibility. Each and every one of us deserves to reach our full potential. When we say what we believe and gather as one, the whole community becomes stronger. Strengthening community is our cause.


ASSOCIATION BRANCHES

Serving Alexander, Forsyth, Davie, Iredell, Stokes, Wilkes and Yadkin Counties

Alexander County Family YMCA Barium Springs Family YMCA Davie Family YMCA Fulton Family YMCA Jerry Long Family YMCA Kernersville Family YMCA Robinhood Road Family YMCA Statesville Family YMCA Stokes Family YMCA Wells Fargo Express YMCA Wilkes Express YMCA Wilkes Family YMCA William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA Winston Lake Family YMCA Yadkin Family YMCA YMCA Camp Hanes YMCA Childcare Services

YMCA OF NORTHWEST NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 301 North Main Street, Suite 1900, Winston-Salem NC 27101 336 777 8055 www.ymcanwnc.org A United Way Agency Our mission: “Helping people reach their God-given potential in spirit, mind and body.”


2011 YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Annual Report