2011 Annual Report - Girl Scouts of Central Illinois


2011 Annual Report - Girl Scouts of Central Illinois

Girl Scouts of Central IllinoisAnnual Meeting AgendaOpening Flag CeremonyTroop 6012 from SpringfieldAudrey Mock, LeaderCall to OrderElaine Young, Board ChairStewardship ReportChris Funk, TreasurerKim Streib, Chief Financial OfficerReport of AttendanceElaine Young, Board ChairBoard Chair andChief Executive Officer ReportsElaine Young, Board ChairPam Kovacevich, CEOReport of 100th AnniversaryReport of 2011 National ConventionReport of Capital CampaignElaine Young, Board ChairNominating Committee ReportDiane Newell, Committee ChairInstallation of new Board of DirectorsElaine Young, Board ChairWhen girls succeed,so does society.Together, we willget her there.Awards PresentationsDonna Haire, Board MemberRetiring of the ColorsTroop 6012 from SpringfieldAudrey Mock, Leader1

Dear Girl Scout members and friends,It is official! Girl Scouts is 100 years old. As we prepare for the annual membership meeting that reflects on ouraccomplishments of 2011, we have already begun to celebrate the centennial of the Girl Scout movement along withGSUSA and our 111 sister councils from across the nation. We have much to be proud of locally as well as nationally as wereflect on the twelve months that comprised the 2011 membership year. In the words of our illustrious founder, “The workof today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.” These words have never been more true than in membershipyear 2011.We have advanced our long range property plan according to the schedule developed three years ago with input fromour girl and adult members and the community members who serve on the property committee. We have grown ourmembership to the point of being the 11 th largest council in the nation by market share! We continue to increase ourprogram offerings in STEM, environmental awareness, health and wellness, and the arts, reaching more girls via a varietyof pathways from troop and camp to travel, series, and events. Through the largest all-girl financial literacy programin the country – the Girl Scout Cookie Program – we continue to stimulate the business minds of our next generation ofleaders.We launched a 26 month capital campaign with individual community goals designed to help us raise revenue tosupport the properties that serve the programmatic needs of our membership. Expect to see more about this in thecoming months.In May of 2011, we watched the smiles and enthusiasm of Girl Scouts of all ages as 2500 of our closest Girl Scout friendsfrom across the state gathered for a day of advocacy at Girl Scout Day at the Capitol.We installed a phenomenal challenge course including high and low ropes, zip line, and a variety of ground elements atCamp Widjiwagan, courtesy of a grant from Blue Cross/Blue Shield. If you haven’t yet visited, make it a priority for 2012.Thirteen elected delegates and an additional dozen visitors attended the triennial Girl Scout National Council Session inHouston, Texas, and enjoyed a forum focused on furthering the mission of creating tomorrow’s leaders today. We alsosent 10 girl members to Girl Scouts University at the convention, and we joined the likes of Frances Hesselbein, RobinRoberts, Katie Couric, and our newly positioned National CEO, Anna Maria Chávez, as we renewed our promise to buildgirls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.Finally, we began our own preparations for a year-long celebration honoring the legacy which is Girl Scouting. It hasnever been a better time to be a Girl Scout, and we are looking eagerly forward to stepping into the next century of GirlScouting and continuing the history of a truly iconic organization as we move our mission forward and give our membersthe power to shape the future.Please join us in renewing the promise. Take the pledge ToGetHer There in the Year of the Girl 2012!Yours in Girl Scouting,Pam Kovacevich, CEOElaine Young, Board Chair2

Financial Statement auditedCURRENT ASSETSCash and cash equivalents $5,309,849Investments 2,603,421Accounts receivable 48,887Other receivables 367,394Inventory 97,801Prepaid expenses 149,388Total current assets $8,576,740NONCURRENT ASSETSUnconditional promises to give 76,201Beneficial interest in perpetual trust 513,766Debt issuance cost, (net) 6,150Property and equipment, (net) 8,004,164Total noncurrent assets $8,600,281Total assets $17,177,021CURRENT LIABILITIESAccounts payable 166,026Accrued expenses 196,518Amounts held for others 61,520Deferred income 96,717Amounts due to GSUSA 44,028Obligation under capital lease - current portion 21,608Bonds payable - current portion 30,132Total current liabilities $616,549LONG-TERM LIABILITIESObligation under capital lease,less current portion above 7,495Bonds payable, less current portion above 199,652Total long-term liabilities $207,147Total liabilities $823,696NET ASSETSUnrestricted: General 14,306,869Board designated 797,680Temporarily restricted 651,229Permanently restricted 597,547Total net assets $16,353,325REVENUESUnited Way $322,749Contributions 499,522In-kind contributions 59,673Program service fees 432,069Product sales (net) 4,907,649Sales of supplies and services (net) 226,778Investment income 99,199Unrealized and realized gain on investments (58,110)Loss on disposal of property and equipment (645)Other income 53,660Total revenues and other support $6,542,544EXPENSESSalaries and benefits 3,844,953Supplies 693,433Occupancy 271,766Travel 146,173Insurance 145,614Special Assistance - individual and troop 82,660Professional fees 234,786Equipment rental and maintenance 75,634Marketing and advertising 44,132Printing and publications 65,595Postage and shipping 32,880Telephone and internet 97,500Conventions and meetings 14,505Membership and dues 10,365Interest 12,321Miscellaneous expenses 92,751Depreciation and amortization 280,935Total expenses $6,146,003Change in net assetsfrom continuing operations $396,541DISCONTINUED OPERATIONSLoss from operations of discontinued camps (1,284,956)Change in net assets $(888,415)Total liabilities and net assets $17,177,0213

Girl Scouts of Central IllinoisBoard of DirectorsOfficersElaine Young, Board Chair, 3rd TermMemorial Health Systems, Springfield, ILTimothy Ryon, 1st Vice Chair, 2nd TermPeoria Public Schools-Retired, Peoria, ILRuby Brase, 2nd Vice Chair, 2nd TermMillikin University, Moweaqua, ILJohn D’Amaro, Treasurer, 1st TermILMO Products Company, Jacksonville, ILDirectorsNominated for re-election third two-year termDiane Newell, Springfield, ILBunn-O-Matic CorporationVirginia Waddell, Macomb, ILWaddell Farms, Inc.Patricia Webber, Bloomington, ILRyan PharmacyDirectorsNominated for re-election second two-year termDebbie Cimarossa, Springfield, ILHorace Mann InsuranceMelinda Figge, Green Valley, ILYWCAEmmie Fisher, Champaign, ILCommunity AdvocateSuzanne Gehrig, Peoria, ILSaint Francis Medical CenterDonna Haire, Quincy, ILCommunity VolunteerDirectorsNominated for first two-year termTheresa Boley, Springfield, ILSouthern Illinois University - School of MedicineDr. Diane C. Hillard-Sembell, Springfield, ILSt. John’s HospitalPhil Houser, Bloomington, ILFarnsworth Group of BloomingtonDebra Wozniak, Bloomington, ILState Farm Mutual Auto InsuranceNon-Voting Girl MembersNominated for one-year termAmanda Breeden, Bloomington, ILJosie Henle, Bloomington, IL4

Meet the Board NomineesTheresa M. Boley, Springfield, ILTheresa holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Missouri and works as an Assistant Professorand Nurse Practitioner at Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine. She and her husband, Gary,have three children. Theresa enjoys exercise, golf, reading, and swimming.Dr. Diane Hillard-Sembell, Springfield, ILDiane is current Chairman of Orthopedic Surgery at St. John’s Hospital. She is an Orthopedic Surgeonat Springfield Clinic and Director of Athletic Care Sports Medicine Clinic. She is a former board memberof Contact Ministries and previous IWIL Scholarship Chairperson. She and her husband, Mark, have oneson, Evan. Diane enjoys running, triathlons, and being outdoors.Philip L. Houser, Bloomington, ILPhil has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign and is a CivilEngineer/Principal for Farnsworth Group of Bloomington. His interests include hunting, fishing,camping, and all outdoor activities. Phil and his wife, Carla, have two children.Debra Wozniak, Bloomington, ILDebra holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Nebraska and a J.D. from the University ofNebraska College Of Law. She serves as Counsel for State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance in Bloomington.Debra still remembers her first Brownie meeting and she remained in Girl Scouts through the Cadettegrade level, enjoying camping and earning badges.5

Girl AwardsGirl Scout Gold AwardThe Girl Scout gold award is the highest award in Girl Scouting.Only Girl Scout Seniors or Ambassadors may earn this award.Rachel BarterMorganne CriswellSummer GillJacqueline HarrisKelsie HughesKassandra KingLucy LocascioJenna LoudenburgMaggie MerdianBreanne MeyerMakenzie MeyerSangeetha MuralidharanMarissa NovelMiranda PattonElizabeth RappleyeaRachel SempleKatie SaloggaVictoria SchneiderHolley SchumanKatherine SelwayLogan StanzioneChelby ThompsonLindsay TipswordRachel WoodworthKaytlyn WornerMarissa WybrightGirl Scout Silver AwardThe Girl Scout silver award is the second highest award in Girl Scouting and the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette may earn.Bailey BohannanCourtney BoriffLucinda BoucherAmanda BreedenChristine BreedenBethany CadenaMary CampbellRhiannon CasperMollie CollinsMallory DalsinMary Evans DickersonCaroline DobbsAutumn EllisMary FeserEmily FletcherKaitlyn FoukeKiersten GavinAnikka GilbertCharity GilsonDorothea GreenKara HinsmanJenna HornerKimberlea JohnsonPaige JohnsonJourdan JonesHannah JordanAsia KemKatlyn LjamsHannah MarkeyRachel MarkeyCodie MasonChloe McElhaneyKeely MillerAllison MossJazmine PattonAlli PhelpsKatherine PickerillHolly PiepenburgKaitlin PowerElise RatcliffIsabelle ReedMallery ReiffCameron RexroadMargaret RossLaura SaloKatherine SchneiderShelby TobiasHollee TrentKristina TretoAlyson TrowbridgeChelsea TuelEmily VailKaelyn Walker6

Girl Scout Bronze AwardThe Girl Scout Bronze Award is a team experience for Girl Scout Juniors. If a girl is not part of a troop, she can connect with other girls herage, including non-Girl Scouts, who may want to be part of her project team.Troop 1126Chloe AllisonLindsay BarkulisMaddy CrutcherGabrielle GrahamKaily GrazerClaire JohnsonMckenzie MartinGrace McClintockJessica NolanJazmyne PyciorRebecca SiemsFaith WielandIsabel WilsonTroop 1512Lexi ClarkMarty GaughanBreanna MelaraTaryn MeyersJeri PethfordKenzie PowerMichaela SirtoffHannah SnellEmma ThompsonTroop 2358Marissa AllenHazel BurnettLogan BushmanEmilie FoxSage LundquistAbby SchluterRylee SjutsTroop 2368Hailey FewellRiley KnottMckala LindseyMurelle PlotnerTroop 2539Eliza AbbamonteHannah DavisCourtney FoukeAnika KimmeMariah LaugesenEmmie MuckenhirnBridget RubinsAnna ShimkusSarah StelzerAllie ThompsonCora WelchTroop 2546Gracie CooleyAmy DevineArchi PatelAmy SchuhTroop 2559Madeline DeJarnetteHailey DukemanMiranda HahnCourtney HartmanAryanna JeffriesEmily LewisSamantha MabryCassie MonkAllie PlaceNicole WollerTroop 2570Sophia BehrensmeyerLexi BoppartHeidi BryaSarah BubonJessica CraneTeagan DeLorenzoTess HaugMakayla HornMaeve KirbyGrace SumitroLia ZnanieckiTroop 2580Gabby AgirsMackenzie CampbellKaren DonnalsMiranda GrovesStephanie HeasleyTommie HookerHannah HudsonGracie KestnerLaura KinnettHannah LecherPortia McCollomKaitlyn MorseHolly OlsonAlyssa RashTaylor RiskenCaroline RomingerBrooke SimmonsHali SimontonAlexis VandeventerSophia WegengTroop 2600Naliyaah ClarkEbony GeorgeLiberty GibbIsabelle GibbMiranda KowalskiPaige MintzIlliana StoneIcesses WilliamsTroop 3058Destiny CristManiza HoltHannah WallenTroop 3142Abigail DavidHaley PhippsTroop 4057Kira BarkerStephanie BivensTroop 4241Sammy BraunSkyler ChandlerJessica GaulCatherine HaneyGabrielle HoffmanBrianna MilichMadysen StreetTroop 4279Cidney BinegarJessamarie CaseySavannah JacksonEmma WhiteheadTroop 4318Maddie BowermasterMacy DavisGenevieve FuchsAli HumphreysMelissa MartinJanaya MooreKate SnyderKate WeirTroop 4400Chloe ChaseAshley ClaudinCaetlyn DawdyMary GayedAley HilstHannah McGuireAnnie MuttiCheyenne NeltonBeth PhelpsKate RolffsMaddie SchafferMaggie SchafferAlexis SmithJessica WinchellMadaline WatkinsTroop 4466Audrey CloatMia HoffmanCathryn LoyAlex MenefeeOlivia RichmondKendall RobbinsKatelyn RomeroJenna WollandTroop 4641Hannah KrukewittHeather KrukewittPayton McGintyShannon ToumearTroop 4662Rebecca HawkinsJade RunyonHannah StreitmatterTroop 5015Kristina KnocheMiranda MorrisonChevonne ShafferMorgan TotschTroop 5390Gretta NolanTroop 5484Brittany CummingsTaylor ForceTyanne HomerEmma RheaKatlin RisenTroop 5498Morgan JessieKira Morton-WhiteHanah PullonTroop 6343Angela AymerMati LinxwilerNatalie MoreyZoe NielsenAnneliese PatonTroop 6427Alexis DhamraitReaney GainesZoe RyanAngelica VillegasTroop 6460Madilyn FornoffHannah LeeMichaela OlsonLacee Peebles7

Graduating SeniorsRebecca AllenRachel BakerNatasha BellessRacheal BinghamKatarina BowlesMiranda BransonSamanth BrewerKatherine Allgood BurkeAshley BurnsStephanie BurnsKrista BurrisCarletta CobbLindsey Marie ColeMeredith CrookRebekkah DailyNicole DuesdiekerHolly EdwardsKaylan EllermanTaylor EndressMarissa GallowayAishwarya GautamSumer Lee GillKayla GobleErica GrabbeCourtney GramleyKatherine GrantCourtney GravesJessica HeathDylan HowellMakenzie HryhorysakJustine HumphreysHeather HunterHannah JohlasZabrina JohnsonKarishma KaranClareece KendallKassandra KingEmily KutzNina LeeLucy LocascioJessica LongAnne LorengJenna LoudenburgBreanne MeyerShelby MillerKirstan MillerStephanie MossMahkalay MyersMarissa NovelAudrey O’DearChristina PanosStephanie PanosMiranda PattonShiea PettigrewAshley PondChristy QuigleyLynnette RamseyEmma RannebargerElizabeth RappleyeaHarlee ReisingerCarly RobertsCheyenne SaltsgaverStephanie SanderlinRachel SempleDakota ShawAllison SiejaTiffany SpenceFaith StreitmatterAshley TappingCynthia ThatchChelby ThompsonLinsey TorchiaPeyton ToshTraneice WashingtonKasha WeastRachel WhiteRebekah WilcoxAspen WilliamsSierra WilsonMolly Jo WoodsRachel WoodworthSarah YockeyMelinda YoungTroop AwardsHonor TroopsTroop Leader(s) SA1070 Kelley Benhart 151082 Jani Hall 881099 Cathie Marx 91126 Laurie Graham 91138 Missy Blair 9Ginger HowardMaryann Mellor1195 Lisa Wright 71227 Marie Vose 88Beth Gump1265 Marie Vose 88Sandie Haddox1418 Melissa Dobovsky 72019 Lana Montgomery 42320 Nichelle Drew 62611 Jennifer Toole 2Kim Corley3055 Joyce McMillion 124Julie Drew4629 Angie Barrick 335144 Judy Kammerer 225500 Laurie Evans 276257 Amy Blandford 276400 Laura Coffey 168

Volunteer AwardsEach year, over 5,000 adult volunteers assist us in carrying out our mission to inspire courage, confidence, andcharacter in the 20,000+ girls we serve. Through their dedication, leadership, and example, volunteers facilitategirls’ healthy development, helping them to become empowered and to feel connected to one another and theircommunities. These leaders received awards during the 2011 membership year.Outstanding LeaderThis award is given only once and recognizes outstanding troop leadership in the delivery of the Girl Scout programto girls.Service Area 4Cindy BryaRobin CruseElizabeth DickersonHolly FuossMindy HeatonMary Beth HolhubnerPeggy LoftusMeg LovenLaura MagyarLana MontgomeryBecky MooreAmy WebbCherie WeibleElizabeth VavrikNatalie VossService Area 6Pam MarlerBecky OlsonService Area 7Becky KeeneService Area 9Marie VoseService Area 33Jennifer LukehartAmanda MapesCourtney StephensOutstanding VolunteerThis award is given only once to an adult in a position other than a troop leader for service to a geographic area orprogram delivery audience that is beyond the expectations for the position.Service Area 4Rebecca GobenHeather JacksonMisty ManninLindsey PetersNatalie VossService Area 20Becky CullisonMelissa WoodService Area 32Cyndi Turner9

We would like to congratulate and recognize volunteers who earned awardsduring the 2010 membership year.Appreciation PinA board-approved award for candidates who go above and beyond in at leastone area of the council and contribute to the council’s goals and objectives.Thanks Badge TwoService Area 36Jenny OgleBelinda TribbettLiz YostA board-approved award for candidates who have previously received theThanks Badge, go above and beyond the expectations of the position, andactively provide service which impacts the council or the entire Girl Scoutmovement.Service Area 36Jenny Reeves11

Girl Scout Leadership ExperienceGirl leaders have been at the heart of Girl Scouting since its founding in 1912, when Juliette GordonLow recognized that developing girls’ leadership abilities was critical for ensuring they would be thechange-makers of the future. Today’s complex and rapidly changing world requires a new kind ofleader - one who values diversity, inclusion, and collaboration and is committed to improvingneighborhoods, communities, and the world. Girl scouting remains, as it always has been, theorganization best positioned to offer girls the tools they need to be successful leaders now andthroughout their lives.As Girl Scouting celebrates its 100th anniversary it is more important than ever that theGirl Scout program• Is girl-led: girls determine what they want to do and how they will do it••Promotes cooperative learning: girls work together to establish their goals andhow they will accomplish themFosters learning by doing: girls figure out what works, what doesn’t work, and thebest way to actualize their visionIn Girl Scouting, girls steer the ship of their own adventure, with caring adult guidance and mentoringavailable. The result is courageous, confident young women with strong convictions and the powerto achieve their goals and dreams while making a difference in the lives of others.Accomplishing our mission requires a great deal of assistance beyond our own dedicated staff.GSCI currently boasts an adult membership of over 5,000 committed and caring volunteers whohelp us deliver the Girl Scout program throughout central Illinois. By their leadership example andencouragement of teamwork, our volunteers show girls what is possible. We are also grateful to theindividual in corporate donors who help us to grow our programs and make sure they are available toany girl who wishes to participate. Our community partners allow us to reach out to girls who do nothave the means to reach out to us first. In these ways the mission of Girl Scouting extends beyondschools, family homes, and Girl Scout service centers to enrich and be enriched by all facets of ourcommunities.One girl can change a life;a group of girls can change the world.12

GSCI MembershipIn 2011 we made the Girl Scout program available to girls ages 5 - 17 through the pathways of camp,special events, series, travel, and the traditional troop.Membership HighlightsGSCI’s membership was comprised of 20,880 girl members and5,072 adult volunteersWe held a 14.3% market share - well above the 10% national average for marketshare - and we are ranked 11th in market share out of 111 councilsGSCI provided Membership Assistance to 5,469 girlsGSCI ProgramWe offered six program areas of concentration: STEM, financial literacy, arts, travel, outdooreducation, and health and wellness.Program HighlightsMore than 2,100 girls from across the state participated in Girl Scout Day at the Capitol tolearn about civic engagement and advocacy.More than 2,250 girls attended cookie rallies to develop their financial literacy skills,including skills in marketing, financial goal setting, and safe selling.1,170 girls improved the world around them through their participation incouncil-sponsored community service projects.3,426 girls participated in the council-sponsored Monthly Patch Program, exploringtopics from the fields of STEM, history, the arts, and more.134 Bronze, 28 Silver, and 25 Gold recipients were honored for achievingthe highest grade-level awards available in Girl Scouting.8,849 girls and 2,712 adults attended159 council-sponsored programs14

Outdoor EducationGSCI Outdoor Education provides unique opportunities for girls to develop strength and confidencethrough their connection with the natural world. Through outdoor education girls experience activitiesranging from boating to horseback riding to taking care of the environment.2,721 girls participated in outdoor education opportunities:188 girls utilized the GSCI challenge course.464 girls participated in council equestrian programs.718 girls attended GSCI resident camp.905 girls attended GSCI day camp sessions.510 girls participated in weekend events.91 girls attended boating sessions.121 attended archery programs.Product SalesThe Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest all-girl business and financial literacy program in thecountry. It’s a fun way for girls of all ages to earn the money that fuels their dreams. Through thisprogram girls gain a wealth of essential skills from real-life experiences that build a strong foundationfor success. Council product sales give girls the opportunity to practice goal setting, decision-making,money management, people skills, and business ethics.5,903 girls participated in the Fall Product Activity. Girls and their customers raised $29,515so that 1,475 $20 magazine vouchers could be sent to military troops in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Kuwait.Overall, sales increased by $38,000 and troops and girls earned a total of $150,280 in troop profit andearned recognitions.14,368 girls - 92% of all registered girl members - participated in the Girl Scout CookieActivity. Girls and their customers together sent 4,783 cases of cookies to militaryserving in Illinois, the U.S., and overseas. Operation Cookie Share has provided more than $500,000worth of cookies to women and men in the military over the last two years. Girls earned a total of$1,567,777 in troop profit, Cookie Dough, and recognitions.15

GSCI PropertyUsage StatisticsIn the 2011 membership year, 11,033 visitors utilized GSCI camp properties for meetings, trainingpurposes, council-sponsored programs, camp sessions, and facility rental - an increase of 14%.Long-Range Property Plan Update• The council created a Master Plan to serve as a comprehensive guideline for the long-termdevelopment of Camp Tapawingo into Camp WOW. This master plan integrates programrequirements with the natural capabilities of the site through a series of plans that define the landuse and the layout of a circulation system, infrastructure, site improvements, and facilities.• The GSCI horse herd moved to Camp Tapawingo in November 2010, and ground was broken on thenew equestrian stables with an expected completion date of spring 2012. The stables will contain19 stalls, an office, two classrooms (one where a horse can enter), trading post, boot and helmetroom, tack rooms, wash stalls, a new outdoor riding arena, and new pasture and hay fields toproduce our own hay.• A professionally designed prototype was created for fundraising and site selection purposes forcouncil Urban Program Centers.Highlights of Major Projects• In December 2010 construction was completed on a double-decker high ropes course, 40 footdouble-sided climbing wall with zipline, and six-element teams course at Camp Widjiwagan.• At Camp Peairs the lodge and dining hall roofs were replaced.• At Camp Kiwanis Main Lodge was outfitted with new energy-efficient windows.17

Promise SocietyThank you to the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois donors and supporters (October 1, 2010- September 30, 2011)Pearl Society$10,000+Archer Daniels MidlandCEFCUHeart of Illinois United WayBecky HofmannMenghini Charitable TrustNorma Maddio & Lew BatchelderRonald McDonald House Charities of Central IllinoisState Farm Insurance CompaniesUnited Way of Adams CountyUnited Way of Central IllinoisUnited Way of Champaign CountyUnited Way of Decatur & Mid IllinoisUnited Way of McLean CountyUnited Way of PekinGold Circle$5,000-$9,999Caterpillar FoundationJ.W. Gardner FoundationLPGA State Farm ClassicMemorial Presbyterian ChurchPrairieland United WayState Farm Companies FoundationStreator Area United WayUnited Way of DanvilleUnited Way of Greater St. LouisUnited Way of Illinois ValleyThe Woods FoundationSilver Circle$2,500-$4,999Advocate Bromenn Medical CenterAndreas FoundationBeardstown United WayCommunity Foundation of Central IllinoisCommunity Foundation of Decatur/Macon CountyDeWitt County United WayEnchanted Florist & BoutiqueGirl Scouts of The USAHealth Alliance Medical PlansKraft FoundationMcDonough County United WayMoultrie County United WayBill & Nancy SimpsonUnited Community Fund of Paxton18United Way of Christian CountyUnited Way of Logan CountyUnited Way of Spoon River CountyBronze Circle$1,000-$2,499American Business ClubNorman & Mildred BarnettBunn-O-Matic CorporationBureau County United WayBusey Bank UrbanaCommunity Foundation of the Quincy AreaDenise DruhotShawn FaloonFamily VideoFirst State BankWal-Mart FoundationRobeson Family Benefit FundEllie GoodmanGSUSA dPass Destination TravelWendell HahnIllinois Prairie Community FoundationInternational Supply Co.David & Carol Ann KesslerKlingele Veterinary ClinicBobby KrauszCam LahartMeg & Erick LovenThe LPGA FoundationLumpkin Family FoundationMcLean County Sportsman, Inc.Lynn & Susan McPheetersMiles ChevroletYale & Virginia MillerMillikin UniversityOSF Saint Francis Medical Center &Children’s Hospital of IllinoisParker Kemp FoundationPekin InsuranceQSP, Inc.Quincy Noon KiwanisDr. Leonard RichRotary Club of Peoria NorthRotary Club of Springfield SouthSamantha Otte Youth Opportunity Fundheld at The Community Foundationof The Quincy AreaWilliam & Mary SchnirringJulie & Brian SchwalbeSloan ImplementSpringfield ElectricTarget Store GrantsHolly ThompsonJim & Carolyn TimberlakeTrophy Nut CompanyUnited Way of Brown CountyCarol Jo VecchieZara’s Collision Center, Inc.Honor Circle$500-$999Kris AndrewsAT&T Employee GivingTom & Mary Beth BinderBloomington Golden K Kiwanis ClubStu & Pam BordenBrown, Hay & Stephens, LLPWillie BrownCarle Development FoundationCommunity Foundation of East Central IllinoisAdeline CobbCommerce BankConway CorpHolly CrottyJon & Kelly DayDon Moyer Boys & Girls ClubShirley DruhotJim & Pat DunnFirst Mid-Illinois Bank - ChampaignFlora GemsFranklin Youth FundCharlotte & Thomas GrimRuth & Steve HahnHansen-Spear Funeral Directors, Inc.Victor & Thelma HarberHickory Point Bank & TrustDavid & Karen HoelzerCarla & Phil HouserIATSIllinois Farm BureauIllinois Mutual InsuranceISU Credit UnionJacksonville Children’s FoundationDarlene Johnson

Junior League of Champaign-UrbanaKelly’s Accounting ServiceKerber, Eck & Braeckel, LLPKiwanis Club of PeoriaKnapheide ManufacturingKohl’s Cares for KidsLibby KoszutaVel & Pam KovacevichLevi Ray & Shoup, Inc.McLean County Deputies FOP Lodge 176Memorial Medical CenterMenard County United FundMercantile BankMethodist Medical CenterPatrick MilburnSara MillerCathy & Scott MoeDiane NewellDave & Mary OakleyJack & Sue O’RileyPaul & Kathy PackardKit & Pete PaulinJanet PaynePlaza LanesQuincy Store & TransferReynolds Towing Service, Inc.Judy & John RiceJerry & Carole RingerPatrick & Tammie RoeslerRushville Community ChestChris & Debra SmithPaul SommerCarol Kay StockerTruistUnited Community Fund of Grant TownshipUnited Way of PontiacVirginia WaddellD. Lynn & Patricia WebberWells Fargo Community Support CampaignMolly WilsonRachael WrightElaine L. YoungRonald ZimmerFriendship Circle$100-$499A Perfect Pear Boutique, Inc.Ace HardwareAmy AffeltJeffrey & Jean AgeeRegina AlbaneseMarcia AlbertAldrich CompanyJo Ann AlessandriniLarry & Dheena AltenbaumerJim & Linda AndersonDavid AntonacciLinda & Erv ArendsAthens State BankSandy AustinMark Edward AveryDon & Carolyn AxtJanice BahrPaul & Sharon BakerNora BaldnerHelen BaldwinMike & Sandy BarkerCatherine BarnesRobin BarnesCarole BarrPatty BarrAbby BastertDonald & Jacqueline BauerSteve & Ann BaughKatherine BeatySandra BellattiRichard & Christel BeltonBenefit Planning ConsultantsRuth BensylJoy BlazekBob Lindsay Honda/AcuraJacquelyn BohnGene & Pat BoldaLinda BoltonLauren BowmanMolly BowmanBoys & Girls Club of DanvilleWilliam & Nancy BradyEvelyn Brandt ThomasKevin & Sue BrehenyBarry & Teresa BrennemanW.F. BrissendenBob & Kathy BrownRex & Marilyn BrownSue BrownMary BruckerEsther BrunsAmanda BryanJean & Mike BuckleyKathleen BuetowMeredith BunchPatrick BuschLarry & Connie BussardMarie BussardC&S Auto SalesC. Deadrick Development, Inc.Patricia & Patrick CainCakes on WalnutHenry & Alice CakoraCharles & Ge Juan CardwellRichard & Virginia Lea CarlsonCarpenters Local #44Casey’s General StoresColleen, Maureen & Sheila CasserlySandra CasserlyCentury Car & Van RentalMary J. Chamberlain DickisonChampaign Surplus StoreChampaign West Rotary ClubPatricia ChapelSusan ChavarriaPam Chay-TurleyPamela Lou ChmielewskiChuck’s Harley-Davidson, Inc.Debbie CimarossaPaula & Bill CironeAlan & Sue ClarkHolly ClemonsDorothy ClevengerRichard & Sally CloydMary CoashJesse Cody Jr.Laura CoePatricia CohenPeggy CollinsJames & Mary ComerfordDavid & Carroll ConnorJane CooneyJohn & Helen CornellLaura CosseyConnie CostiganStephanie CrabtreeCredit Union OneJohn E. CrewRobert & Louise CrockettPattie CurryBelinda Dalton-RussellDanville Elks Lodge No. 332Danville Golden K KiwanisDanville Lions ClubGreg & Amy DarlingCarmen Davis KirbyKathleen DavisLillian DavisRise Davis19

Janet Day JacksonBob & Caroline DennyDepartment of Veterans Affairs IllianaHealth Care SystemJohn & Lyn DerbyAnn DiazSue & Tom DickesRoberta DietrichMax & Deborah DillahuntyPeter & Mildred DonisGeorgana DonnellyStephen DoranDot FoodsDoris DoughtyJean L. DriscollPaul DuesterhausDan & Ginny DuganGrace DuMondDunn CompanySonya DurandE.J. Cattani & Son, Inc.Patricia EdmondsKristen Ann EhrenbergerMary Ellen GottseligKathleen EllisonHannah ElstonJack & Tara ElstonBetty EppinkJoe & Trisha EricksonMichael & Deborah EricksonRobert & Mary Ann EspesethSusan EvelsizerExcalibur Seasoning Company, Ltd.Ezra Levin FoundationFederal CompaniesNancy FehrCraig FentonCarlos FernandezLori FilockFirst Bankers TrustFirst Midwest BankRebecca FischerRalph & Ruth Meads FisherMarsha FitchBill & Melanie FlemingEleanor FlinnKevin & Kendra FloydKaren FolkDavid R. & Carol L. FoltzJean Shumate ForanAndrew & Priscilla FortierLarry FosterGuy & Ruth Ann FrakerEdie FranklinFreestar BankStan & Becky FreseBernadine FugateKathy FullerFultz Law OfficeSusan Gabay-LaughnanGardner DenverJoAnne GarlitsRita GarmanDana Gates-VierckVincent GauthierBeth GebhardsRandy & Kathy GermeraadRobert GervasiMartha GiebelhausenJoyce GilfillanDodie GomerGoodman Agency, Inc.GoodSearchCynthia A. GordonDennis & Barb GormanKimberly GormanKelly & Karen GrantDoug & Brenda GregoryGridley DentalGerald & Karen GroatBill & LuAnn GroeschAudrey GrubelNancy L. GrubelKurt & Lisa HaasAmy K. HagenElizabeth HagenJeff & Kathleen HainlineDonna & Bill HaireAngela HallDiana J. HallKaren HalversonSandy HammelWilliam HammelCharlotte HanksVicki Harber-WheelerHarris FoundationJeanne Harris MitchellAmanda HarrisonChad HaysLisa A. HeapHeartland Bank & Trust CompanyJudie HeckJames & Angsutorn HefleyHeritage Bank of Central ILMolly Herman BakerBeverly HerzogAnn G. HillCJ & Mari HinrichsenKathryn & Jim HiresSusan HoblitJessica HolmesConnie & Bill HoltkeJerry & Virginia HolzgrafeMaryann Homeier ReamHomer Masonic Lodge #199 A.F. & A.M.Alfred & Clara HooksJoann Lee HooverAnne HostetlerBarbara & Thomas HostetlerFred & Susan HowardTimothy & Patricia HowardMelinda HuisengaHuman Kinetics PublishersPeggy HundleyJudy HunterVictoria HuntleyLuanne HurstIBEWIllinois National BankIroquois FederalISU- Greek AffairsJ.L. Hubbard Insurance & BondsJulie JackowskiJacksonville Lions ClubAlice Marie JacobsVerna & August JacobsCarolyn JakopinDan & Dorene JenningsJohnie & Lela Wilson Memorial FundCasey JohnsonLeroy & Johnetta Williams-JordanRoger & Stevie JoslinPatricia JusticeDoris J. KaiserStephan & Paula KaplanKappa Delta Omicron ChapterRaj & Dr. Joseph KarinattuJim & Jean Kase & FamilyAmy KayBob Kay20

Marilyn KaySuzanne KelleyCarrie KellyJamie KendallWilliam & Beverly KeslerKeystone Steel & Wire Co.Debbie KiblerJim & Beth KieferJan KileyAlice KirbyGary & Jo KirlinKiwanis Club of Champaign-UrbanaBetty KmochDiana KnaebeH.W. & Ann KnapheideErin & Harold Knapheide IVKathy & Gary KnappMarian KneerMargery Knierim-WilcoxenCatharine KnightElaine KnightRovena KnightKnights of Columbus #4175Barbara KoenenDale & Donna KoontzDavid & Elizabeth KrchakKriegsman WarehousesLorainne KruseW. Thad KuhfussHeidi LaddCarol LadwigJohn & Diana LallyJoann LansbarkisAnnette LansfordMichelle LargentLaSalle VFW Post #4668Lee Morgan EstateBrad & Amy LefringhouseErik LehmkuhlLaura LehmkuhlBrian & Leslie LewallenHelen LewisTeresa LiberatiRichard & Peggy LiebigJane & Phil LocascioLucy Marianne LocascioUrbana Masonic LodgeScott & Rae LongSandra & Phillip LongenEd & Virginia LundeenMichael & Sandra LutzBecky LuzinskiJanet LymanKent A. & Ann Kenney LynchLaurel MackenzieMargaret MaddenClaudia MaddingHarriet MaddockCathie MaguirePauline MakMarine BankSarah Beuning & John MartinKathy MaslouskiKathleen MasonGeorge & Nancy Chadbourne MazeApryl Michelle McCannChristopher & Catherine McCarthyBill McCleeryWilliam & Karen McConnellGary & Paula McCormickJane & Victor McFaddenSheri McGillDonald & Betty McGillivrayMcLean County Arts CenterMcLean County Dental SocietyRichard & Patti McNayThomas & Sharon McSwigginMelvin & Loraine Moehle FundBill & Georgette MerrifieldAnna MerrittPatty MetzlerHelen MikusJean MikusRick MillerMike MilliganJody MinkSandra & Ted MollisonLisa MomentMonical’s Pizza CorporationShirley MooreShirley & Mike MooreDorothy & Walter MoreyJulia MorganPacita MorrisonKurt & Joyce MoserMt. Sterling Implement Co.Russ & Laurie MuellerThomas & Alice MulliganJudith A. MyersCindy NealMarjorie NeffDorothy NewellLois NicksonRich & Connie NiemannHarold & Kathryn OakleyTheresa & Dave OakleyTony & Signe OakleyDaniel O’BrienJennifer OgleChris & Debbie OlsenKatrina OlsonBard OpticalOptimist Club Of PeoriaJamie OsborneBrenda PaceyBrad & Cheryl ParkWilliam & Manda ParkerJesse & Louise ParsonsCarol PearcePekin Moose Lodge #916Peoria Housing AuthorityGeorge & Mary PerlsteinNancy PetersonJerry & Sharon PfisterLorraine PflaumerPatrick & Sarah PhalenPatricia PhillipsSharon PhillipsPiatt County United WayKaren PletschZanita PokeGretchen PotterMark & Melinda PotterPaul & Terrie PotterPrinceton Family Physicians, S.C.Provena Health Central Illinois RegionQuaker Manufacturing LLCQuincy Area Safety CouncilQuincy High Twelve ClubQuincy Newspapers, Inc.Quincy Service LeagueLynn & Marilyn RaneyJill & Dirk RannebargerAlison RappleyeaJoshua & Julienne RatzRay Dennison ChevroletJanet RayfieldBob ReardonGeorge & Beverly ReedNannette Reep21

22Joyce ReevesRefreshment Services PepsiM. Kay ReiserMimi ReitemeierJon & Janis RhodesKevin & Teri RichardsKevin & Sharon RiechersMarlene RinehartSam RinellaDeborah & James RingerAngela RobersonBetty RobertsonRochester State BankEarl & Ruth RolandJohn & Candy RollinsKaren & Gary RolofsonTherese RomanelliTony & Tami RomanoTom & Carol RomanowskiGlenn R. RossRotary- ChampaignRotary Club of PekinJudy S. RothermelRonald & Rita RuddMuriel RunyenJim & Mary Lou RussellTimothy & Nancy RyonLa Vonna SamsRon & Marilyn ScarbearyEd & Carol ScharlauDeb SchimerowskiCharles E. & Lavern E. SchmidtJosephine Ann SchmidtKurt & Tonya SchnelleDenise SchusterGail SchutzSue & Colby SchwarzeSherry SemonisSusan SerfossMargaret SgroMichael & Susan ShawTim & Melody SheehanGreg ShepardLori ShieldJerome & Margaret SickleyLily SiuWilliam & Ethel Mae SlyMary SmithLouise Josselyn SmullenLarry & Theresa SnellSnyder Family Foundation NFPKatrina SotomayorThomas SpadaDiana SpencerDorothy SpencerMatthew & Brigette SpencerSpring Valley City BankSpringfield Luncheon Optimist ClubTammy Lynn StankeState Representative David LeitchState Street BankRebecca SteeleAnne SteinMichael StephanStephens, Fiddes, McGill & Associates, P.C.Sybil Stern MervisDarlene StevensonSue StewartMargaret StillwellRobert & Lois StineBecky StirrettCorinne StockerSteve & Linda StocktonAlma StoddardColleen L. StoneKim StreibShirley StreibLeonard & Charlene StrozewskiColleen StuartHarvey & Brooksie StyronGene & Harriett SwagerBradley & Carolyn SwansonCynthia SwansonTarter Construction, LLCTate & Lyle Americas, LLCRoger & Sherrillyn TaylorTom & Bonnie TaylorHolly ThompsonRuth TibbetsRuth Louise TibbettsGreg & Joyce ToppingJoyce TrompeterTroop 1073Troop 1167Troop 1595Troop 2335Troop 4550Troop 6335Troop 6376Teola TrowbridgeUdry Jewelers, Inc.UI Orange Krush FoundationUI Employee Credit UnionSteven & Lisa UlleniusNewman & Ullman, Inc.Evelyn UnderwoodUnion Avenue Christian ChurchUnited Way of Central IndianaElaine UrekarJim & Melanie ValesVarsity Striping Construction CompanyLaura Anne VavrinRonald VecchieAlice VernonBeverly VilbergMargie WagnerRussell L. WaldschmidtShirley WalkerWalnut FoundationKathryn A. WardSandra WareCarol & Brian WeberRobert WesterdaleDonald & Karen WettsteinWilliam & Florence WetzelBethany WheelerJacqueline L. WhiteTerry WhiteHelen WhitneyBob & Cathy WiesemannScheri WigandAlissa WilliamsDouglas & Margaret WilliamsLaura WilliamsAlice WingetJames & Mary WinningSteve & Mary WintersWendy WirthCharlotte WoelfleGary & Holly WoodhallWoodward & Associates, P.C.Debra WozniakCharles & Mary WrightJulie YoungSarah ZaliskoMark, Karen & Miriam ZappaBetty E. ZeamanMichael & Karen ZichtermanMilton & Beverly Zoschke

In-Kind GiftsA Perfect Pear Boutique, Inc.Action InflatablesAdams Outdoor AdvertisingAir Choice OneAirTran Corporate CenterAll In One ManagementApplebee’sApple’s BakeryMark Edward AveryB & B Awards & Recognition, Inc.Timothy BeitzBiehl’s Cleaners, Inc.BJ Grand Salon & SpaBKD, LLPBody PerfectStu & Pam BordenBradley UniversityBrahler Tire & Auto CenterB’Ribboned, Etc.Butcher Block Steakhouse & Bourbon BarCafe BrioCar XCardinal FitnessCaterpillar FoundationRenee CharlesCharlie Parker’s DinerCharter FitnessChicago BearsChicago CubsChicago White Sox CharitiesC. J.’s CafeCloud Nine Bridal BoutiqueCold Stone CreameryConklin’s Barn II Dinner TheaterCookies by DesignJane CooneyCounty MarketCoz’s PIzza & PubCromwell RadioDairy QueenDame, Hurdle & CompanyDenney JewelersDonnie B’s Comedy ClubDonnie’s PizzaDreamMaker Bath & KitchenEastland Suites Hotel & Conference CenterEd Clark PhotographyEnchanted Florist & BoutiqueRohan-Strack EnterprisesFirst State Bank of BloomingtonFit ClubFlat Top GrillFlora GemsFox & HoundsGigglesGolf DiscountGossGrfxGreat Harvest Bread Co.Green Mountain CoffeeGreen View NurseryGrove Street BakeryHampton Inn & Suites Peoria at Grand PrairieHats Off Nail SalonHerald & ReviewHerriott’sBecky HofmannHoogland Center for the ArtsHouck Transit AdvertisingIdeal TroyIllinois State University AthleticsJack Lewis JewelersJewelry on WaterJim Herron, Ltd.Jimmy JohnsJunction GalleryKrannert Center for the Perfoming ArtsKey Outdoor, Inc.Knights Action ParkKouri’s PubCam LahartLakeview MuseumLock Stock & BarrelMackinaw Valley VineyardMagic HouseMarriott Hotel & Conference CenterMaui Jim USA, Inc.Bob McCandlessMeijer ChampaignMeijer UrbanaMenards PeoriaMissouri Botanical GardensMobile EntertainerMolly MaidNeuhoff MediaNiemann Foods, Inc.Norma Maddio & Lew BatchelderJack & Sue O’RileyDenny OrtinauOsakaPanera BreadPekin Daily TimesPeoria ChiefsPeoria Civic CenterPetSmartPleasant NurseryPrenzler Outdoor AdvertisingPrima Pasta ShopPRP Wine InternationalPublik HouseQik N EZQuincy Herald-WhigResidence Inn by Marriott- PeoriaRoad RangerSangamon AuditoriumSangamon County SheriffScentsyScheelsSchelly Chiropractic, Inc.Seven on ProspectShirley’s Flower ShoppeSmoothie KingSpringfieldmoms.orgSRFCSt. Louis CardinalsSTARadioStarcrest CleanersSubwayStaybridge SuitesCathi TavarczkyTexas RoadhouseThe Fieldhouse Bar & GrillThe News-GazetteThe Sebastian- Vail, A Timbers ResortsHotel & Residence ClubTuscany Steak & Pasta HouseTwist N SwirlzTwo 25Udry Jewelers, Inc.Underground TheatreUnique BoutiqueUpClose PrintingUptown Gifts & AccessoriesWalker Limousine Service, Inc.Washburn FlowersWildbirds UnlimitedWildflour Artisan Bakery23

Capital CampaignCircle of Strong Values$50,000-$99,999CEFCUCommunity Foundation of Decatur/Macon Co.Circle of Promise$10,000-$24,999Kevin & Sue BrehenyCam LahartKent A & Ann Kenney LynchElaine L YoungCircle of Excellence$5,000-$9,999Holly CrottyJon & Kelly DayEmmie FisherDiane NewellVirginia WaddellDebra WozniakCircle of Adventure$2,500-$4,999Geri & Elton ArrindellNorma Maddio & Lew BatchelderDebbie CimarossaChris & Sarah FunkKim & Colleen KannadayTimothy & Nancy RyonCircle of Friendships$1,000-$2,499James & Ruby BraseDonna & Bill HaireCarla & Phil HouserVel & Pam KovacevichBrad & Amy LefringhouseD. Lynn and Patricia Webber$500-$999David AntonacciRuss & Laurie MuellerTom & Bonnie TaylorGene & Melinda FiggeMolly Wilson$100-$499Mary AndersonAmanda Atchley24Abby BastertLauren BowmanTara BunningAngela HallVicki Harber-WheelerCJ & Mari HinrichsenBeverly HerzogJeff & Robin HowardLa’Trice HudsonSpring L HustonSheri McGillKim StreibErin & Jeff LockwoodLynette E NelsonSara NorbotJamie OsborneNoelle ShaferChristina SpaAshley TaylorLinda VolkerBillie WaddellAlissa Williams$1-$99Stephanie BallingerMolly BerendtDanielle BourellCarolyn CampbellKim CasterChad & Erica DouglasJanelle DowdPatti FlynnJessica FosterSuzanne GehrigKelly HillJennifer KernanLindsay KopelNeale & Anne LehmkuhlCathie MarxAbby MinickShirley & Mike MooreJoellyn NaumanDavid & Katie NolanEileen Higgs ParnRoberta Ann PoolSusan RiggansKatrina SchroederLisa SonsRhonda SykesTeri WalterYou have madea difference in the livesof thousands of girlsin central Illinois!Great care has been taken to ensure the proper recognition of our donors.If an error or omission does occur, we apologize and hope you will bring itto our attention. Please address any corrections tokpeters@girlscouts-gsci.org

GSCI Service CentersGSCI operates service centers in the following locations, proudly serving 38 counties across central Illinois. For service center hours ofoperation, please visit our website at www.girlscouts-gsci.orgSpringfield Service Centerand Headquarters3020 Baker DriveSpringfield, IL 62703877.231.1446Bloomington Service Center3 Westport CourtBloomington, IL 61704800.777.1912Champaign Service Center701 Devonshire, Suite B16Champaign, IL 61820800.328.5112Decatur Service Center462 W. William St.Decatur, IL 62522800.791.9319Peoria Service Center1103 W. Lake Ave.Peoria, IL 61614800.640.8671Peru Service Center2220 Marquette Rd., Suite 103Peru, IL 61354815.223.3613Quincy Service Center3837 Eastlake Centre Dr.Quincy, IL 62305877.477.4757Trefoil Boutiques are located at each service center.Our boutiques carry a variety of Girl Scout merchandise for purchase, or you may order online at shop.girlscouts-gsci.orgFor Trefoil Boutique hours, visit our website at www.girlscouts-gsci.org

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