2016 RCCF Annual Report

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Investing in Our Community, Today and Always


Year at a

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Jan.

• NMCAC receives a $13,000

grant for medical

equipment.

• YAC hosts guest speaker

Sara Morley LaCroix on the

topic of Human Trafficking.

May

RCCF staff represent the

Foundation at local

business expos.

• Grant screening committees

meet, awarding $21,975.00

to local nonprofit

organizations.

Glance 2016

Sept.

2016-2017 YAC students

meet for orientation.

RCCF Board Members tour

the Habitat for Humanity

ReStore Expansion that was

provided grant funding.

Where Our Story Begins

Feb.

• Richard & Margaret Torongo

Memorial Scholarship

updated to include fine arts

camps.

June

• The Friends for Safe Schools

Committee establishes a

fund at RCCF.

• Sara Morley LaCroix, Diane

Nielsen, Jim Clabuesch, and

Anita Sheppard become the

newest RCCF Trustees.

Oct.

• Grant screening committees

meet. Local nonprofit

organizations are awarded

$30,787.00 in grants.

Our gratitude to Ron Wiltse for providing the Foundation with the “Home” photos used in this report.

Year at a Glance…………......3

Letter to the Community…...4

Board & Staff………………..5

Funds List………....………...6

Grants Awarded…………....10

Scholarships Awarded…......12

Table of Contents

Summer Enrichment……...13

Honoring Our Donors…….14

Memorial/Honorary………16

Legacy Society…………....20

Youth Advisory Council…..22

Ambassador Club………....23

Vision: To enrich and improve the quality of life in our community.

Mission: Encourage positive change for generations to come.

For Good. For Ever. For Everyone.

The National Standards Seal by our name indicates official confirmation that the Roscommon County Community Foundation

has met the most rigorous standards in philanthropy. It affirms our commitment to financial security, transparency and

accountability. It says our Grant-making includes an open, competitive process designed to address the changing needs of our

community. The National Standards Seal also confirms our history of honoring donors’ wishes [support the arts, educate our

youth, protect our environment, build a library, address critical human needs] and support countless other important causes.

Mar.

Apr.

• Scholarship committees met

to review applications.

Nearly $125,000.00 was

awarded.

• YAC hosts guest speaker

Wesley Schropp on the

topic of Youth Philanthropy.

• Board, Staff, and YAC

participate in photoshoots

with Jen E. Green

Photography.

July

Aug.

Contact Us!

Roscommon County Community Foundation

701 Lake Street, P.O. Box 824

Roscommon, MI 48653

Phone: 989.275.3112

Email: info@myrccf.org

Website: www.myrccf.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/myrccf

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• Houghton Lake Public

Library is awarded funding

for their Lego Club.

• Houghton Lake Historical

Society initiates an Archive

Project with help from RCCF

grant funding.

• Family and friends of

Char Goddard establish

a scholarship fund in her

memory.

• Roscommon County juvenile

probationers are awarded

funding for their Youth

Garden.

Nov.

Dec.

• Scott Rice joins the RCCF

Board of Trustees.

• YAC Members attend a

regional training at Baker

College in Cadillac.

RCCF participates in

#GivingTuesday.

RCCF hosts Complete the

App! Events at RHS, HLHS,

and CHA.

• The CRAF Center adds new

signage to their building

with help from an RCCF

grant.

Investment Manager Information

Names of investment managers, fees

charged, and body or individuals responsible

for investment and oversight are available

upon request.

Audit Information

The three most recent audit and IRS Form

990 are available online at www.myrccf.org.

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Dear Friends,

Your 2016 Board of Trustees and Staff Members

While a community may be defined by what it shares in common or perhaps a geographical area,

the strength and vitality of our community are determined by its people and their goals. We might be

small in size, but we are strong because of those who care and serve in a myriad of ways.

Reflecting on the past year, we remain awed by the sheer generosity of our donors, trustees,

advisory board members, professional advisors, business and nonprofit leaders and staff. You each

give so freely of your time, treasure and talent. Together we are working toward our goal to improve

and enrich the quality of life for all in Roscommon County. Thanks to our donors, we distributed nearly

$275,000.00 in grants and scholarships in 2016. Numerous nonprofits working in health, human

services, community improvement, the arts, environmental conservation, and animal welfare received

program and capacity-building grants that protect, educate and nurture people in our region. The

Community Foundation’s donors also awarded more than 40 students with scholarships, and funded

field trips, curriculum development and equipment benefiting thousands of school-age students.

The world around us is constantly changing and our community changes and evolves as well. We

believe fostering positive change while focusing on steady investment management will help ensure

the vitality of our community for generations to come. While market volatility was a factor this year, our

strong and stable investments fared better than most and we look forward to continued growth in 2017.

As you enjoy this year’s annual report, please remember that these successes are made possible

by the philanthropic intentions of people like you. Your decision to create a fund with the Roscommon

County Community Foundation assures your philanthropy in perpetuity, supports our local impact and

furthers the causes you care about most. Thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm for what we

can accomplish together, now, and in the future.

Partners in philanthropy,

Suzanne E. Luck

Suzanne E. Luck, Executive Director

Tim Scherer

Tim Scherer, Chairman

Credit for Group and Individual Photos: Jen E Green Photography

Not Pictured: Greg Rogers, Brent Cryderman and Dave Harned

Tim Scherer, Chair Susan Tyer, Vice Chair Mike Burnside, Treasurer Diane Nielsen, Secretary Brent Cryderman Scott Rice

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Greg Rogers

Suzanne Luck,

Executive Director

Kathleen Lawrence

Cassandra Freeman,

Business Manager

Special Recognition

The Board and Staff of RCCF would like to recognize Ron

Duquette. Mr. Duquette retired as Board Chair in June of

2016, after nine years of service to the Foundation.

Anita Sheppard Dave Harned Sara Morley LaCroix Jim Clabuesch

Nicole Thompson,

Office Assistant

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RCCF is dedicated to improving

and enriching the lives of

people in Roscommon County.

RCCF holds various funds-all

established by local donors.

Some funds are designated

for specific causes, whereas

others are open-ended to meet

the changing needs of the

community. Funds are used to

improve our “home” here in

Roscommon County.

TYPES OF FUNDS:

Undesignated Funds:

Meeting Ever-Changing

Needs

Undesignated Funds address a

broad range of local needs. The

RCCF Board evaluates all aspects

of community well-being: arts and

culture, economic development,

education, environment, health

and human services, recreation,

youth, and more. The flexibility

of undesignated giving enables

the Foundation to respond to the

community’s most pressing needs.

Field of Interest Fund:

Choosing a Cause

A Field of Interest Fund allows

you to identify a specific charitable

area you would like to support, like

youth, arts, or the environment.

Some examples include: Lakes

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and Rivers Funds, Health Funds,

and Summer Enrichment Camp

Scholarships.

Designated Funds:

Supporting an

Organization for the Long

Term

Designated Funds are similar

to Agency Funds in that you

can name a specific charitable

organization as the recipient. In

this case, a donor (not the agency)

establishes the fund to benefit the

agency. It is fairly common for this

type of fund to be created through

a donor’s will or trust. Some

examples of designated funds

include: Animal Support Funds,

Fine Art Funds, and Education

Funds.

Agency Funds: Endowing

your Nonprofit

Organization

Establishing an Agency

Endowment Fund is a simple and

efficient way to build income for

a nonprofit organization. Donors

can be sure they are providing

a source of lasting support. The

Agency Fund becomes part of

the Community Foundation’s

pool of endowed assets. Thus,

the Community Foundation’s

economies of scale provide the

organization the benefits of a

diverse investment portfolio that

typically comes only with large

funds.

Donor Advised Funds:

Charitable Giving with a

Personal Touch

A Donor Advised Fund gives you

the opportunity to recommend

grants to charitable organizations.

You (and your family if you wish)

can work with our experienced

grant-making staff to suggest

uses for the fund, targeting the

issues you care most about. Grant

awards are issued to nonprofit

organizations in the name of the

Fund. It’s a simple, powerful, local,

and highly personal approach to

giving. In many cases, a donor

advised fund is a much better

alternative than establishing a

separate, private foundation.

Scholarship Funds:

Furthering Education

Many donors are interested

in furthering the education

opportunities of our area high

school students. Often it is to

honor a loved one who has

passed away. The Community

Foundation’s Scholarship Program

connects those dollars with

deserving local students pursuing

further education.

RCCF Funds

General/Undesignated Funds

Give us the flexibility to make grants in

response to our community’s changing

needs and priorities.

Marilyn Brown Memorial Fund

Cornerstone Fund

Greatest Human Needs Fund

Roscommon County General Fund

St. Helen General Fund

Field of Interest

Address a specific area of concern or cause,

chosen by those who establish the fund.

Doug Allen Fire & EMS Support Fund

Endowment for Higgins Lake

Howard B. “Corky” Gaylor Memorial Fund

John Morley Family Endowment for Higgins

Lake

Rogers Family Endowment for Houghton

Lake

Roscommon County Health Improvement

Endowment Fund

Roscommon County Health Services Fund

Roscommon County Kellogg Youth Fund

Roscommon County Lake & Rivers Fund

Lyon Township receives a grant award from the John Morley Family

Endowment for Higgins Lake and the Roscommon County Kellogg Youth

Fund. Executive Director, Suzanne Luck and RCCF Trustee, Jim Clabuesch

meet with Township Deputy Supervisor, Diane Nellist, and Township Trustee,

Dolores Munoz to check out the equipment purchased with the funding.

The Roscommon County General Fund of RCCF provided a $1,990.00 award

to the Roscommon County Habitat for Humanity for ReStore Expansion.

Pictured is RCCF Secretary, Diane Nielsen, Roscommon County Habitat for

Humanity Executive Director, Lorinda Roberts, and RCCF Treasurer,

Mike Burnside.

Roscommon County Mental Health

Services Fund

Roscommon County Recreation Fund

Roscommon County Tobacco Settlement

Fund

Robert R. Thalner Fund

Sarah Eulaine Tucker (Class of 1970) Fund

Weede Family Community Recreation

Fund

Zonta Club Women’s & Children’s Fund

Designated Funds

Support the specific organization or program

chosen by the donors who create them.

Rubye Cunningham Memorial Fund –

Supporting the Roscommon County Animal

Shelter

Larry Eastley & Clare Fisher Eastley

Animal Support Fund

Gerrish-Higgins Educational Fund

Houghton Lake Community School District

Support Fund

Houghton Lake Educational Foundation

Fund

Jenni’s Foundation-Michigan Cancer

Support Fund

Jim Mahoney Memorial-Music Program

Support Fund

Viola J. Moore Animal Fund

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Career Opportunity Workforce

Development Center Support Fund

(R2C2)

Special Project Funds

Help civic groups launch new projects, assist

organizations during start-up, or address a

time-specific community need.

Friends for Safe Schools Fund

Higgins Lake/Roscommon Non-Motorized

Trail Way System Fund

Houghton Lake Rotary Club Parks &

Recreation Fund

Ryan McDonald Memorial Fund

Roscommon Area District Library Building

Fund

Roscommon Area District Library

Community Outreach Fund

Donor Advised Funds

Allow donors to be involved in selecting what

programs and projects to fund here in our

community.

Linda Chwan & Ken DePerro Memorial

Fund

Erickson Family Fund

Alexa A. Luck Memorial Fund

Wade Family Donor Advised Fund

Nearly $1,600.00 in grant funding was awarded to the Houghton Lake Public

Library by the Roscommon County Kellogg Youth Fund of RCCF. The funds

awarded helped initiate a Lego Club for students in Roscommon County. “The

goal of the project is to create a monthly Lego Club that would meet at the

library and develop skills through both creative play and STEM learning,”

Sarah Maddox of HLPL states. Grant funding purchased the kits, including

mazes, bricks, and baseplates, that were needed to begin programming.

The Higgins Lake Foundation DASH Boat is used to control and remove

Eurasian Water Milfoil from Higgins Lake. The suction harvest method

used is the most efficient system known to date. The John Morley Family

Endowment for Higgins Lake of RCCF granted $2,500.00 to the Higgins

Lake Foundation to assist with expenses such as fuel, maintenance, repairs,

storage, and winterizing for the DASH Boat.

Organizational Funds

Support the operational, administrative

and programming costs of their designated

organizations.

Marguerite Gahagan Nature Preserve

General Fund

Habitat for Humanity General Fund

Houghton Lake Public Library Excellence

Fund

Houghton Lake Rotary Club General Fund

Kirtland Community College Educational

Fund

Roscommon Area Youth Booster Club

Fund

Roscommon County Community

Foundation Independence Fund

Scholarship Funds

Provide educational and summer camp

scholarships to our area students, in

accordance with the guidelines set by donors

who establish the funds.

Karen & Frank Arleth Memorial Scholarship

Grace Bernardo, M.D. Memorial Health

Careers Scholarship

Big Buck Athletic Scholarship

Jack Danieleski Scholarship

Kelly Dunmire Memorial Scholarship

Fidelity Chapter #50 Order of the Eastern

Star Scholarship

Ruth & Ralph Fisher Scholarship

Evelyn Fraser Scholarship

Gerrish-Higgins/Roscommon Alumni

Association Scholarship

Rex & Arlene Gillen Scholarship

Char Goddard Memorial Scholarship

Bailey Perialas accepted the 2016 Karen & Frank Arleth

Memorial Scholarship from Karen Arleth’s daughter,

Kathy Durbin.

Forest & Rita Hacker Family

Sportsmanship Scholarship

Robert A. Hess Memorial Scholarship

Houghton Lake Rotary Club Memorial

Scholarship

Mike M. & Patricia M. Ignat Scholarship

Mr. J’s Buckeye Nuts College Scholarship

Robert J. Kunik Memorial Scholarship

Kimberly L. Mires Athletic & Music

Scholarship

Beverly Nester Memorial Scholarship

Ralph Ostling Memorial Scholarship

Roscommon Rotary Club Fund

Mark Scott and his wife, Peggy, present his father’s memorial scholarship

to Douglas Fishell. The W.H. Scott Memorial Scholarship is awarded to

seniors who will be attending a vocational, technical, or trade school.

Roscommon Soccer Teams Scholarship

W.H. Scott Memorial Scholarship

Clyde F. Shaltz Memorial Scholarship

Ford & Marguerite Silsby Scholarship

Steuernol & McLaren Funeral Home

Scholarship

Larry Sumerix Memorial-Summer Music

Scholarship

Richard & Margaret Torongo Memorial

Scholarship

Michael R. Treml Memorial Athletic

Scholarship

Victors Scholarship

William C. Williams (Class of 1950)

Memorial Scholarship

Joel Kubiak was the recipient of the 2016 Robert. J. Kunik Memorial

Scholarship. Caitlin Podojak and Allyssa Kunik, both daughters of the late

Robert J. Kunik, presented the award at the HLHS Senior Awards Night.

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Grants Awarded in 2016

Alexa A. Luck Memorial Fund

Richfield Township Library

-$800.00 for Tablets for the Library

Cornerstone Fund

St. Vincent DePaul of Roscommon County

-$228.00 for Diaper Bank and Food Pantry

Children’s Healing Fund

Northern Michigan Children’s

Assessment Center

-$2,000 for Mental Health Services

-$2,050 for Mental Health Services II

Doug Allen Fire & EMS Support Fund

Gerrish Township

-$119.00 for Stop CO Poisoning

Endowment for Higgins Lake Fund

Higgins Lake Foundation

-$2,500.00 for DASH Boat

-$408.00 for Nutrient Reduction

Initiative-Greenbelt

Erickson Family Fund

Friends for Safe Schools

-$1,000.00 for The Boot Program

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

-$2,000.00 for Home Repair Program for

Underprivileged Families

Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment

Center

-$4,000.00 for Xerox Machine Purchase

-$13,000.00 for Examination Room

Medical Equipment

Roscommon Area Public Schools

-$11,860.00 for Gymnasium Scoreboard

-$15,000.00 for Band Instruments

Gerrish-Higgins Roscommon Education Fund

Roscommon Area Public Schools

-$1,000.00 for Roscommon Spirit Club

-$1,000.00 for RHS Varsity Bowling Club

Greatest Human Needs Fund

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

-$400.00 for Baby Pantry

-$130.00 for Personal Care Pantry

Houghton Lake Community School Support

Fund

Houghton Lake Middle School

-$1,345.00 for Wood Chips Under Swings

Houghton Lake Educational Foundation Fund

Houghton Lake Community Education

-$2,000.00 for Traverse City Historical

Field Trip

Houghton Lake Community Schools

-$500.00 for Principal’s 200 Club

Houghton Lake Middle School

-$1,150.00 for Fourth Grade Camp

-$500.00 for Fourth Grade Camp

MacLeod-Rebuilding Wall

John Morley Family Endowment for Higgins

Lake

Higgins Lake Foundation

-$1,635.00 for Nutrient Reduction

Initiative-Greenbelt

Lyon Township

-$505.40 for Lyon Township Parks Infant

Swings

Marilyn Brown Memorial Fund

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

-$170.00 for Baby Pantry

St. Vincent DePaul of Roscommon County

-$370.00 for Diaper Bank and Food Pantry

Morley Foundation Fund

CRAF Center

-$2,000.00 for CRAF Center Building Sign

Friends of Trestle Park

-$328.00 for 2016 Summer Concerts

Roscommon County Literacy Council

-$136.00 for Dolly Parton Imagination

Library

Three Lakes Communities That Care

-$1,219.00 for Guiding Good Choices

Parenting Program

Robert R. Thalner Fund

Higgins Lake Foundation

-$414.00 for Nutrient Reduction

Initiative-Greenbelt

Rogers Family Endowment for Houghton Lake

Friends of Trestle Park

-$112.00 for 2016 Summer Concerts

Roscommon County General Fund

Children’s Bereavement Network

-$525.00 for Camp Live, Laugh, Love 2016

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RCCF Secretary, Diane Nielsen, presents

a check for $2,000.00 to Project HOPE for

their Protein Power project.

Gerrish Township

-$1,131.00 for Stop CO Poisoning

Houghton Lake United Methodist Church

-$1,500.00 for HLUMC Food Truck

Roscommon County Commission on Aging

-$1,070.00 for Seniors: Living at Home

Safely

Roscommon County Food Pantry (Project

HOPE)

-$1,500.00 for Fall Food Fill Up

Roscommon County Habitat for Humanity

-$1,990.00 for Restore Expansion

Roscommon County Literacy Council

-$487.00 for Dolly Parton Imagination

Library

St. Michael’s Catholic Church

-$1,300.00 for Hygiene Kits

St. Vincent DePaul of Roscommon County

-$1,652.00 for Diaper Bank and Food

Pantry

Here for the Children

The Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center

(NMCAC) received a $13,000.00 grant from a donor

advised fund that assisted with purchasing medical

equipment needed for NMCAC’s on-site medical suite.

Around the same time as the Center’s one year

anniversary, they were able to add medical

examinations to their list of services. Before adding

this specialty, NMCAC would sometimes need to send

children to Traverse City or farther for their physical

exams. Grant funding helped pay for the cost of a

colposcope, which is an essential piece of medical

equipment for the type of exams that the Center

performs.

NMCAC assists children that are victims of abuse,

and provides a safe environment for them to be

interviewed. NMCAC also provides other services

including counseling, medical examinations, and

more. Their mission is to prevent and educate the

public on child abuse and neglect, as well as to

reduce the trauma of child

abuse and neglect by

providing a timely response

to allegations in a safe,

neutral, child focused

setting.

Roscommon County Health Improvement Fund

American Cancer Society

-$1,000.00 for Implementation of Road to

Recovery Program in Roscommon County

Roscommon County Commission On Aging

-$437.00 for Seniors: Living at Home Safely

Roscommon County Kellogg Youth Fund

Artesia Youth Park

-$725.00 for Help Our Hoops

Children’s Bereavement Network

-$525.00 for Camp Live, Laugh, Love 2016

County of Roscommon

-$250.00 for Juvenile Probationers’ Youth

Garden

Houghton Lake Public Library

-$1,629.59 for Lego Club

-$1,000.00 for SAT Preparedness

Lyon Township

-$252.00 for Lyon Township Parks Infant

Swings

Markey Township

-$725.00 for Truman Gardener Park

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Roscommon County Food Pantry (Project

HOPE)

-$1,000.00 for Fall Food Fill Up

Roscommon County Literacy Council

-$600.00 for Dolly Parton Imagination

Library

St. Michael’s Catholic Church

-$1,200.00 for Hygiene Kits

St. Vincent DePaul of Roscommon County

-$1,000.00 for Diaper and Food Pantry

Three Lakes Communities That Care

-$375.00 for Guiding Good Choices-

Parenting Program

Roscommon County Lakes & Rivers Fund

Friends of Trestle Park

-$560.00 for 2016 Summer Concerts

Roscommon County Tobacco Settlement

Fund

Three Lakes Communities That Care

-$906.00 for Guiding Good Choices

Parenting Program

Sarah Eulaine Tucker (Class of 1977) Fund

Roscommon Area Youth Booster Club

-$945.00 for RAYBC 2016 European

Excursion

Wade Family Donor Advised Fund

Houghton Lake Public Library

-$1,000.00 for SAT Preparedness

Roscommon Area District Library

-$2,000.00 for Virtual Reality Technology

Students from RHS/RAYBC visited

historical monuments all around Europe,

with aid from a $945.00 grant from the

Sarah Eulaine Tucker (Class of 1977)

Fund.

Road to Recovery

Cancer patients in Roscommon County will now have

access to transportation assistance for treatment. A

grant provided by the Roscommon County Health

Improvement Endowment Fund helped provide the

information sessions and advertisement for the Road to

Recovery Program.

Each day, there are cancer patients who need

transportation to and from treatment, and may not

be able to drive themselves. When friends, family, or

public transportation are not an option, the Road to

Recovery program of ACS steps in. Volunteer drivers

provide transportation that is free to the patient, with a

Volunteer Coordinator for each county.

“As transportation requests are received, we can

begin providing this free service to cancer patients

depending on driver availability,” Denise Dunn of ACS

states. Grant funding helped with the expenses of two

informational meetings, known as Discovery Sessions,

for the community to learn about program services

and volunteer opportunity;

funds were also used for

newspaper advertisement.

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Scholarships Awarded in 2016

Karen & Frank Arleth

Memorial Scholarship

Bailey Perialas

Grace Bernardo, M.D.

Memorial Health Careers

Scholarship

Kaitlyn Sarsfield

Jack Danieleski

Scholarship

Makayla Bowler

Kelly Dunmire Memorial

Scholarship

Livvia Tyler

Fidelity Chapter #50,

Order of the Eastern Star

Scholarship

Cole Anderson

Ruth & Ralph Fisher

Scholarship

Ashley Pratt

Chad Peterson

Evelyn Fraser Scholarship

Mary Pratt

Gerrish-Higgins

Roscommon Alumni

Association Scholarship

Kaitlyn Sarsfield

Zachary Sarsfield

Lauren Shores

Rex & Arlene Gillen

Scholarship

Callee Akin

Hailee Akin

Jeremiah Barth

Jarod Bates

Makayla Bowler

Tristan Coburn

Trace Cohee

Riley Connett

Payton Dull

Carson Fagerlie

Brooklyn Ferguson

John Fyolek

Austin Gandolfi

Johnathon Hoeppner

Joel Kubiak

Cayla Killinger

Ashley Leahy

Sarah McNeill

Taylor Perry

Madison Stimac

Forest & Rita Hacker

Family Sportsmanship

Scholarship

Joel Kubiak

Robert A. Hess Memorial

Scholarship

Blake Erickson

Mr. J’s Buckeye Nuts

College Scholarship Fund

Katie Burmester

Robert J. Kunik Memorial

Scholarship

Joel Kubiak

Beverly Nester Memorial

Scholarship

Bailey Perialas

Ralph Ostling Memorial

Scholarship

Jordan Bohl

Lexus Dankert

Jada McGillis

Ellen Sanderson

Roscommon Rotary Club

General Fund

Bailey Perialas

Zachary Sarsfield

Lauren Shores

Livvia Tyler

Roscommon Soccer

Teams Scholarship

Lexus Dankert

Livvia Tyler

David Viguilla

W.H. Scott Memorial

Scholarship

Douglas Fishell

Ford & Marguerite Silsby

Scholarship

Cole Barnhart

Mitchell Murphy

Michael R. Treml

Memorial Athletic

Scholarship

Livvia Tyler

William C. Williams

(Class of 1950) Memorial

Scholarship

Devon Lovegrove

RCCF Summer Enrichment Scholarships

RCCF currently administers four funds whose purpose

is to award scholarships for Roscommon Area Public

Schools students to attend summer athletic, music, or

arts camps.

The “Big Buck Open” Athletic Scholarship is open

to 9 th -12 th grade students, and provides scholarships

annually. The 2016 recipients were Jory Galitis, Kaleb

Keipert, Riley McNamara, and Dane Smitz.

The 2016 Larry Sumerix Memorial Summer Music

Scholarship was awarded to Caitlin Anderson, Ella

Jaskowski, Jessica Oakes, and Alyssa Vineyard. This

scholarship is available for students in grades

5 th -11 th who will be attending summer music camps or

enrichment programs.

The Richard and Margaret Torongo Memorial

Scholarship was awarded to Joshua Fairbanks. This

Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 and is used

to assist 5 th -8 th grade students attend athletic or fine

arts summer camps.

The 2016 recipients of the Kimberly L. Mires Athletic

and Music Scholarship were Allison Chmielewski,

Aydan Dalak, Joslyn Fairbanks, and Avery Smitz. This

scholarship provides funding for female students,

grades 5 th -8 th , to attend personal advancement camps

for athletics or music.

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With Our Deepest Gratitude

Ms. Donna Abadinsky

Charles Aberasturi

Suzanne & Jean Pierre

Abraham

David Allen

Mrs. Douglas L. Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Allen

Karen Allerton

Janet E. Allison

Joan Alt

Amazon Smile

Claudia J. Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Anderson

Peter L. Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Rob Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Monty C. Andrews

Ankle and Foot Associates of

Northern Michigan

Ken & Mary Archard

Ellen & Richard Arnold

AuSable River Center

B & B Sports Center Marina

Mrs. Hazel N. Babcock

Mr. & Mrs. Randell R.

Baerlocher

Kathy Bair

Ms. Joyce A. Ballard

Pearl Barber

Mr. & Mrs. Tony Barnard

Mr. & Mrs. Jay S. Baron

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Battocletti

Carol Morley Beck

Mrs. Helen J. Becker

Marlene Beghtel

Robert & Caroline Berard

Greg Bergin

Ms. Barbara Biggar

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Together we are doing more. For good. For ever. For everyone.

Mr. & Mrs. John Biggar

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Black

Teresa Blackburn

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Bodker

The Boeing Company Gift

Match

The Bolzman Family

Alice R. Bonta

Mr. & Mrs. Barry P. Boothe

The Borak Family Trust

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Borak

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bosworth

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Boushelle

Ms. Julie Boushelle

Ms. Beverly Wyckoff Bovan

Mike & Evie Bowles

Mr. & Mrs. Robert I. Boyle

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Bredin

Nancy Bresette

Ms. Virginia A. Browne

Gladys R. Bugosh

Lisa Burmester

Mr. & Mrs. L. Michael Burnside

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Byrd

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E.

Cambridge, Jr.

John Cammin

Camping World

Evan & Susan Cerovsky-Hipsley

Mr. & Mrs. George Cerovsky

Richard & Lisa Cerovsky

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cerovsky

Barbara Chapdelaine

Kathy Chapman

Chase Bank

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Chidester

Mr. Frank Cochran &

Ms. Stephanie Fitzgerald

Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Collini

Mr. & Mrs. James Collom

Consumers Energy Foundation

Carol E. Copp

Mr. & Mrs. Levon Coughlin

Mr. & Mrs. Neal Criner

Donna Critchfield

Donald V. Croff

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Crosby

Mr. & Mrs. Brent Cryderman

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Curnalia

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Dale

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Daniel

Ms. Claire M. Danieleski

Claire Danieleski & Mike

Dubanski

Ms. Adele G. Darocy

Mr. Daniel Decker, PC

Carolyn H. De Laere

Kevin & Kenda Denlinger

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Dennison

Ms. Mary Kay Dent

Mrs. Nancy A. DeWitt

Evelyn Dinu

Bethany Doerr

Sondra L. Doran

DST Systems Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Dunn

Kathryn Durham

Mr. Lawrence Eastley

Shirley Eibling

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Elder

Henrietta Elgas

Jim & Pat Engelhard

Ms. Catherine R. Erickson

Mary K. Erickson

Valerie Evans & Family

Lawrence & Joyce Fahrenkrug

Dr. Troy Fairbanks & Dr. Nancy

Martindale

Christi & John Falkenhagen

Farm Bureau Insurance

Roxie Fernelius

Ms. Elizabeth A. Feusse

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Sandy Figley

George R. & Elise M. Fink

Foundation

Caryl & Edward Fischer

Chris & Daryl Fishell

Mr. James Fisher

Mr. & Mrs. Hal Craig Flynn

Chanin & Kay Frank

Eugene & Joyce Frazier

Silas & Cassandra Freeman

Mr. & Mrs. James E. French

Ms. Roberta Friday

Friends of Roscommon Library

Mr. Gary Gandolfi

Mr. & Mrs. Don J. Gardey

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Garlo

Jo Ann & Keith Gave

Dave & Myra Gentry

Gerrish Firefighter’s

Association

Mr. & Mrs. James Gibson

Robert W. Gillespie

Mr. & Mrs. Karl Gottleber

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Grant III

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Granzine

Gary & Mary Gray

Ms. Mary E. Grba

Jeff Greene

Julia Guffey

William L. & Ursulina Gulledge

Mr. & Mrs. Randy Hacker

Loreli Haddad

Robert Haertel

Charlotte W. Hagenmeyer

Ms. Mary Sue (Sheba) Haight

Ms. Kathy Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Hall

William Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Hamp

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

Maria Hanke

Rhonda & Terry Hanna

Mr. William Harrison

Hart - Ford Lincoln

Mrs. Thomas C. Harvey

Greg & Laura Hause

Dinah Hayes

Dawn Hearin

Suzanne Hecht

Mr. Scott L. Hess

Higgins Lake Foundation

Mary Highberger

Kenneth Hill

Robert L. Hoffman

Houghton Lake Knights of

Columbus #6548

Houghton Lake Lions Club

Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Huber

Ms. Nadyne W. Hunt

John Huntington

Nancy Jacobs

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Jennette

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Johnston

Mr. & Mrs. Dane Johoske

Cris & Kathleen Jones

Mr. William A. Jones

Mr. Henri P. Junod, Jr.

Kabinetree Koncepts

Mr. & Mrs. Lowell Kage

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kasulke

Katie A. Keith

Ms. Nancy J. Kennedy

The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. James N.

Kent

Willis & Judith Kern

Art & Kathryn Ketelhut

Russell & Anne Kidd

Mr. & Mrs. Dick Klumpp

Kevin Knapp & Melissa Howell

Tony Kopka

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Koupal

James Kraatz

Paula Kraus

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Krauss

Lynne Krieg

Francis & Judith Kronner

Ms. Marilyn Kuechenmeister

Sandra Kunder

Allyssa Kunik

Josh & Hayley LaFevre

James & Marilyn Lafond

Ms. Lee Ann Lands

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Liddicoat

Mr. & Mrs. David Luck

Ms. Margaret Luck

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Luck Sr.

William & Laurie Luck

Sandra Luckhardt

Delbert & Eleanor Luebke

Lyon Township Fireman Fund

Ms. Constance R. MacClaren

Mrs. Marilou MacKenzie

Geraldine H. MacQueen

Mr. & Mrs. Shawn T. Mahoney

Douglas & Judith Maidment

Marietta College

Samuel P. Marra

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Marshall

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J.

Mattingly, Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Jack L. McCauley

Mr. & Mrs. Dale McDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis McDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Keith McDonald

Leola McDoniel

Ms. Mary Lou McGillis

Mr. & Mrs. Andy McGregor

Mr. & Mrs. Dan McGrew

Mrs. Mary Alice McKindles

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Meares, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Meeks

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Meiring

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Metzler

Mike & Elaine Mezzano

Michigan Health Endowment

Fund

MidMichigan Community

Health Services

MidMichigan Health

Elissa Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Kendall A. Mills

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Mills

Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Milne

Mr. Roy Milnes, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Mires

Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, DDS

Ms. Charlotte Mlot

Alice Montgomery

Harold & Lorain Mosanko

Ms. Mary Kay Moore

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Moreau

Morley Foundation

Mrs. Sue Morley

Ms. Mary M. Munn

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick M. Murphy

Mr. Richard J. Murray

Dr. & Mrs. Dale A. Nester

Mr. Don Nester

Mr. & Mrs. Keith R. Newell

Fredrick & Diane Nielsen

Mo & Marilyn Nieman

Northern Family Dentistry

Mironda Norton & Zachary

Sequin

Mr. & Mrs. D. John Ogren

Old Point Comfort Marine

Mr. Jim Olsen

Ms. Cora Oosterhof

Mrs. Mary Jo Oppy

Sarah C. Oppy

Lucinda Orwoll

Mr. & Mrs. Throck Osborn

Mr. & Mrs. James Ostling

Ms. Lauren R. Ostling

Mrs. Thela Ostling

Mrs. Lucille Otis

Dr. & Dr. Robert Pacella

Ron & Cindy Paulsell

Mary Pennock

Perryman Family Foundation

Mr. & Mrs Alvin Persondek

Ms. Mary Ann Persson

Donna J. & David R. Pflum

Mr. Cal Philips

Lawrence & Laura Phipps

Mrs. Carolyn F. Pietchak

Tom & Linda Pilgrim

Pioneer Hills Marine

Caitlin Podojak

Ken & Jo Poirier

Posie Patch Florist & Gifts

Ms. Mariette Potvin

Irene Powers

Burtis Pritchett

Ed & Mary Quick

R & J’s Best Choice

Marketplace

Mr. & Mrs. David Reece

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Reichard

Ms. Pam Reitmeyer

ReMax of Higgins Lake

Eileen & Richard Reno

Dave & Betty Reul

Patricia Riss

Mr. Mark A. Rodak

Dick & Mary Roe

Carol Roehrich

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Rogers

Ms. June Rogers

Mr. Ed Roginski

Perry & Kathleen Root

Roscommon Auto Recyclers

Roscommon Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Houghton Lake

Ralph D. Rowland

Maureen Ruddy

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Ryder

Jayme Salinas

Robert Satterlee

Mr. & Mrs. John Schaeffer

Elaine J. Scheibner

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Schoeppach

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Schultz

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Schultz

Scotts Excavating, Mini Storage

& Septic

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

Scottrade

Parker F. & Darlene H. Seiler

Sergeant’s Septic & Excavating

Diane P. Sheardown

Rick & Sue Shoemaker

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Silverman

Gary & Gail Silverthorn

Mrs. Anne C. Sloan

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Sohn

South Shore Animal Hospital

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Southworth

Anne & Dave Spala

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Spicer

Mr. & Mrs. Fran Staley

Jennie Stead & Debbie Emery

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Steffen

Steuernol & McLaren Funeral

Homes, Inc.

Shirley Steward

Carol Higgins Stopplecamp

John Strobel

Mr. Tad D. Stuart

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Sussex

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sutton

Donna J. Swartwood

Anna & Don Sylvester

David & Maryann Tarrant

Carl & Ada Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Craig F. Taylor

Robert Tazzioli

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Teeter

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Terrian

Diane Thomas

Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson

Nicole & Haylie Thompson

Dr. & Mrs. Steve J. Thompson

Nancy J. Thornley (Trust)

Ms. Suzanne Toaz

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Torgerson

Mr. Bill Torongo

Mrs. Cindy Treml

Mrs. Eleanor Tucker

Mr. & Mrs. James Tucker

Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Tupper

Mr. & Mrs. Craig Tyer

UAW Local 1819

Mr. Jim VanSice

Mr. & Mrs. Lyle R. VanWert

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Voorhees

Ms. Sally Voorheis

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Wade

Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Wahl

Kathryn Waldron

Jennie Walker

Mr. Gerald Wall

John Walin

Bill Walper

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick J.

Walsh, Jr.

Jennifer Walter

Warthogs MC Roscommon

Chapter #49

Roberta & Delbert Waterman

Susan S. Waters

Robert Watkins

Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. Weiss

Ms. Dawn Weiss-Humphreys

Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Weller

Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Will

Robert & Clarice Williams

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wiltse

Ernie Windolph

The Wintrode Family

Foundation

Patricia A. Wolfgram

Carolyn Wood

Connie M. Wood

Mark & Rose Zivkovich

Zonta Club of Roscommon

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In Memory and In Honor

In Memory of Bill Alguire

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Meeks

In Memory of Doug Allen

David Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Terrian

In Memory of Jerry Allison

Janet E. Allison

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Elaine Ameluxen

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Patricia Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Franz Archard IV

Ken & Mary Archard

In Memory of Johanna Arndt

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Lloyd Babcock

Mrs. Hazel N. Babcock

In Memory of Diane Ball

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Paul Barber

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Memory of Donald Barnes

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Betty Bartlett

Ms. June Rogers

In Memory of Al Bauer

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

In Memory of Mary Beckman

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Donald E. Beghtel

Marlene Beghtel

In Memory of Russ Bennett

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. James N. Kent

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Charles Berg

Mr. Gary Gandolfi

Delbert & Eleanor Luebke

In Memory of Rosemary &

Bernard Bergin

Greg Bergin

In Memory of Laura & Fritz Bertl

Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Huber

In Memory of Viola Bertl

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Roy Bigelow

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jerry Bishop

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Roxanna

Blankenburg

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dr. Ronald T.

Buczek

Ms. Claire M. Danieleski

In Memory of Helen Burbage

Ms. Margaret Luck

In Memory of Richard D. Cambell

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Lyle Canfield, II

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Craig Cannon

Ms. Claire M. Danieleski

In Memory of Janet Chambers

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Andy & Margaret

Cherven

Rhonda & Terry Hanna

In Memory of Tudy Cherven

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Edna Cole

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Linda Courter

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dale Cryderman

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of Lewis Cullen

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jack Danieleski

Ms. Donna Abadinsky

In Memory of Rev. Charles A.

Darocy

Ms. Adele G. Darocy

In Memory of Darlene DeHoog

Chris Fishell

In Memory of Douglas Demuth

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Ralph Desloover

Gerrish Firefighter’s Association

In Memory of Robert George

DeWitt

Jennie Walker

In Memory of Thomas DeWitt

Mrs. Nancy A. DeWitt

In Memory of George Dinu

Evelyn Dinu

In Memory of Dorothy Dippre

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

HOME

Where Loved Ones are Always Remembered

In Memory of Trude “Mutti”

Dittes

Mr. & Mrs. Tony Barnard

In Memory of Sheila Dobie

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Billie Dorman

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Donald Dranberg

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Kelly Dunmire

Ms. Marilyn Kuechenmeister

Mr. & Mrs. Jack L. McCauley

Mr. & Mrs. Andy McGregor

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Mills

Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, DDS

In Memory of Butler Durham, Jr.

Kathryn Durham

In Memory of Clare Fisher

Eastley

Mr. Lawrence Eastley

In Memory of Mark Eisbrenner

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Don Elgas

Henrietta Elgas

In Memory of Billy Ellis

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Agnes Fall

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Thomas Felton

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Amy A. Ferenz

David & Maryann Tarrant

In Memory of Dr. Alfred C.

Fernelius

Roxie Fernelius

In Memory Phyllis & Bill Figg

Ms. Pam Reitmeyer

In Memory of Robert Fitch

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Gordon A. & Mary

C. Fleming

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Granzine

In Memory of Harman Foster

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of Ike & Rosemary

Fox

Perryman Family Foundation

In Memory of James Gallogly

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of Robert Gandolfi

Mr. Gary Gandolfi

Mr. Jim VanSice

In Memory of Howard B.

“Corky” Gaylor

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bosworth

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Silverman

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Spicer

Jennie Walker

In Memory of Charlie & Rita

Gentry

Dave & Myra Gentry

In Memory of Char Goddard

Carol Morley Beck

The Bolzman Family

Ms. Julie Boushelle

Mr. & Mrs. John Biggar

Lisa Burmester

Debbie Emery

Valerie Evans & Family

Chris & Daryl Fishell

Mrs. Thomas C. Harvey

John Huntington

Sue Jansen

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Jennette

Lynn Krieg

Mr. & Mrs. David Luck

Mr. & Mrs. Dale McDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Milne

Mr. & Mrs. Keith Newell

Mr. & Mrs. Throck Osborn

Mr. & Mrs. John Schaeffer

Jennie Stead

John Strobel

Mrs. Cindy Treml

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

Susan S. Waters

In Memory of Don Grabowski

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

In Memory of Russ Graham

Mr. Gary Gandolfi

In Memory of George Greene

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Bill Gregory

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Leslie Grewe

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Michelle Guigear

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Annie Guysky

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Forest & Rita

Hacker

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Spicer

Mr. & Mrs. Randy Hacker

In Memory of Rita Hacker

Jeff Greene

In Memory of Betty J. Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Helen Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Howard Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Mary Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Patricia Hamp

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Hamp

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kasulke

In Memory of Phillip Hanafin

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jan & Tom

Herbert

Nancy J. Thornley (Trust)

In Memory of Thomas Herbert

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Frances Hodges

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Howard & Frances

Hodges

Mrs. Douglas L. Allen

In Memory of Suzanne J.

Hoffman

Robert L. Hoffman

In Memory of Hazel & Wilbert

Hopper

Sandra Luckhardt

In Memory of Ashley Howard

Nancy Jacobs

In Memory of R.C. Humphreys

Kenneth Hill

In Memory of Max A. Hunt

(DNR)

Ms. Nadyne W. Hunt

In Memory of David Hutek

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Mike & Patricia

Ignat

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Brian Jackson

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Memory of Floresta Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dick “Mr. J”,

“Pops” Johoske

Mr. & Mrs. Dane Johoske

Mr. Mark A. Rodak

In Memory of Robert Joiner

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jeremy Jones

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Mrs. Thela Ostling

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sutton

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Myrna Jones

Mr. William A. Jones

In Memory of Debbie Keatley

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Virginia Keller

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Chelsea Knizner

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Chester

Kobylinsky, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of the Kopka Family

Tony Kopka

In Memory of Thomas Kozicki

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Virginia Wagner

Krutz

Anonymous

In Memory of Robert J. Kunik

Mr. & Mrs. Dick Klumpp

Caitlin Podojak

In Memory of Larry LaBean

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Peg Payne Lackey

Mr. & Mrs. Jack L. McCauley

In Memory of AJ LaMarre

Mr. & Mrs. James Gibson

Ms. Mary Lou McGillis

Diane P. Sheardown

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Rick Langenburg

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Roger Langerman

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dora Lantzsch

Ms. Kathy Hall

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Helen L. Leaf

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

Char Goddard

Memorial

Scholarship

Fund

Char Goddard was

known for her desire

to help others in need,

passion for the culinary

arts, and above all her

strength and courage

when faced with

adversity. She loved

her job as the director

of food services at

Roscommon Area

Public Schools and

was happiest when

she could feed

everyone around her.

Char’s family wanted

to create a lasting

legacy by establishing

a scholarship that

encourages students

to pursue their dreams

and achieve their

greatest potential.

The scholarship will

be awarded annually,

giving preference to

students pursuing an

education in culinary

arts or business

management.

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The Richard

& Margaret

Torongo Memorial

Scholarship Fund

The Torongo’s came

to Roscommon in

1969 to “raise their

children up north.”

Richard was a math

and science teacher,

but his passion

was coaching. He

was instrumental

in starting

basketball, track

and field programs

at Roscommon

Elementary School.

Margaret “Marge”

was a legal secretary

but was happiest

when surrounded

by her family and

friends. Marge was

the co-founder of

Roscommon’s Art

in the Park, which

combined two of

her loves: art and

the AuSable River.

The Torongo family

wished to honor

Richard’s passion for

sports and Marge’s

love of the arts with

a scholarship that

inspires 5th-8th grade

students to learn and

grow through athletic

and fine arts summer

camps.

In Memory of Elwyn Legg

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Betty LeRay

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Frank Levay

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Renate Lohmeier

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Robert Lozon

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Alexa Luck

Ellen & Richard Arnold

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bosworth

Mr. & Mrs. David Luck

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Luck, Sr.

William & Laurie Luck

Mr. & Mrs. Andy McGregor

Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Milne

Ms. Cora Oosterhof

Anna & Don Sylvester

Roberta & Delbert Waterman

In Memory of James Ludwig

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Charlie & Emma

Lutes

Dave & Myra Gentry

In Memory of Herbert C.

MacClaren

Ms. Constance R. MacClaren

In Memory of John MacKenzie

Mr. Gary Gandolfi

Mrs. Marilou MacKenzie

In Memory of Jodi Magnuson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of James Mahoney

Mr. & Mrs. Shawn T. Mahoney

Roscommon Auto Recyclers

In Memory of Perc Manhire

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sutton

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Janet Marquardt

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Thomas

Matthewson

Mrs. Thela Ostling

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Karyn Mattson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dorothy Mavis

Ms. Claire M. Danieleski

In Memory of Betty McCans

Ms. Julie Boushelle

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Donald McCulloch

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Marjorie McDaniel

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Battocletti

In Memory of Ryan McDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Meares, Jr.

In Memory of Charles McDoniel

Leola McDoniel

In Memory of Michael Mesler

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Marion

Michalowicz

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of JoAnn Tyler Milnes

Mr. Roy Milnes, Jr.

In Memory of Joanne Mitchell

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jack Moon

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Jenni Mulvihill

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Meiring

In Memory of Mary Murray

Mr. Richard J. Murray

In Memory of Allan F. Myers

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Barb Myers

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Victoria Near

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Beverly Nester

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bosworth

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Metzler

Dr. & Mrs. Dale A. Nester

Mr. Don Nester

Roscommon Auto Recyclers

The Wintrode Family

Foundation

In Memory of Brian Newport

Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson

In Memory of Dorothy May

Niemann

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Shirley Nowlin

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Aileen R. Nuttall

Robert Haertel

In Memory of Harold & Dagney

Ogren

Mr. & Mrs. D. John Ogren

In Memory of Kurt Ostling

Ms. Lauren R. Ostling

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Memory of Ralph Ostling

Ms. Lauren R. Ostling

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Memory of Bud Pankow

Claire Danieleski & Mike

Dubanski

In Memory of William Pardo, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Tim Persondek

Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Persondek

In Memory of Jim N’ Mynt

Phillips

Ms. June Rogers

In Memory of Violet Prater

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Joseph B.

Quesnelle

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of David Quist

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hamp

In Memory of Rosemary Ray

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Ruth Richardson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of James Rigling

Mrs. Carolyn F. Pietchak

In Memory of Carol Ann Rowell

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Sally Rowland

Ralph D. Rowland

In Memory of David Royce

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Barbra Scarpetti

Ms. Claire M. Danieleski

In Memory of Barbara Schaeffer

Mr. & Mrs. John Schaeffer

In Memory of Sandra Scherer

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of Lorraine Schwartz

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of W.H. Scott

Scotts Excavating, Mini Storage

& Septic

In Memory of Clyde Shaltz

Ms. Mary Sue (Sheba) Haight

In Memory of Patricia Sheppard

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Gregory

Shewchenko

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Don Smock

Mr. & Mrs. Don J. Gardey

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Mires

In Memory of Chuck Snell

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Joe & Tillie Sohn

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Sohn

In Memory of Jean M. Sorenson

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Tresa Spencer

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Jerry Steiss

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Larry Sumerix

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Black

In Memory of Randy Swerdan

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of David C. Symons

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

In Memory of Donna Telling

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Robert Thalner

Mr. & Mrs. Hal Craig Flynn

In Memory of Nolan & Genevieve

Thompson

Dr. & Mrs. Steve J. Thompson

In Memory of Charlene Titchenell

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Dick & Marge

Torongo

Ms. Mary Sue (Sheba) Haight

Mr. William Harrison

Dawn Hearin

Evan & Susan Cerovsky-Hipsley

Nancy J. Kennedy

Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Milne

Mr. Bill Torongo

In Memory of Marge Torongo

Joan Alt

AuSable River Center

Mrs. Helen J. Becker

Mr. & Mrs. John Biggar

The Borak Family Trust

Ms. Julie Boushelle

Mr. & Mrs. George Cerovsky

Richard & Lisa Cerovsky

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cerovsky

Ms. Elizabeth A. Feusse

Mr. James Fisher

Friends of the Roscommon

Library

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Garlo

JoAnn & Keith Gave

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Jennette

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Johnston

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J.

Mattingly, Sr.

Mrs. Mary Alice McKindles

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Meeks

Elissa Miller

Ms. Charlotte Mlot

Ms. Mary Kay Moore

Ms. Mary M. Munn

Mrs. Mary Jo Oppy

Mrs. Thela Ostling

Ms. Mariette Potvin

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Reichard

Carol Roehrich

Anne & Dave Spala

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sutton

Mr. & Mrs. James Tucker

Kathryn Waldron

Jennie Walker

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. Weiss

Connie M. Wood

Mark & Rose Zivkovich

In Memory of Mark Tremble

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Michael Treml

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bosworth

Ms. Suzanne Toaz

In Memory of Philip Verdui

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Fred VonHinken,

Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Harry Walbridge

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sutton

In Memory of Fred Walper

Bill Walper

In Memory of Kenneth Walston

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Carl Watts

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Tom Weede

Mr. & Mrs. Randell R. Baerlocher

Mr. & Mrs. John Biggar

Ms. Julie Boushelle

John Cammin

Lawrence & Joyce Fahrenkrug

Christi & John Falkenhagen

Mr. & Mrs. Don Gardey

Ms. Mary Sue (Sheba) Haight

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Johnston

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Lawrence

Geraldine H. MacQueen

Marietta College

Harold & Lorain Mosanko

Lucinda Orwoll

Mary Pennock

Ms. Mary Ann Persson

Dave & Betty Reul

Mr. Mark A. Rodak

Jayme Salinas

Mr. & Mrs. Fran Staley

Mrs. Dorothy J. Sumerix

Mrs. Eleanor Tucker

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Wilma E. West

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott

In Memory of Gordon Willis

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Michael John

Wiltse

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wiltse

In Memory of Sandi Wright

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Walsh, Jr.

In Memory of Forrest & Mae

Wyckoff

Ms. Beverly Wyckoff Bovan

In Memory of Harold & Phyllis

Wyckoff

Ms. Beverly Wyckoff Bovan

In Memory of Michael J.

Zaremba

Claire Danieleski & Mike

Dubanski

In Memory of Colleagues/Friends

at Roscommon Middle & High

School Since 1962

Jim & Pat Englehard

In Memory of Lakeside Camp,

Cottage Grove, and Pinewoods

members we have lost this year

Mrs. Sue Morley

In Memory of Loved Ones

Sarah C. Oppy

In Memory of Rotarian Members

That Have Passed

Rotary Club of Houghton Lake

In Honor

In Honor of Marlyn & Lois Byrd

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Byrd

In Honor of Jeannie & Larry

Crosby

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Bredin

In Honor of Bob & Rita Fay

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Bredin

In Honor of Catarina Gulledge,

M.D.

William L. & Ursulina Gulledge

In Honor of Jasmine Haertel

Robert Haertel

In Honor of Charles Hrouda

Mr. Richard J. Murray

In Honor of Suzanne Luck

Ms. Roberta Friday

In Honor of the Luck Family

Silas & Cassandra Freeman

In Honor of Thela Ostling

Ms. Lauren R. Ostling

In Honor of Ruth & Glenn Potter

Ms. Virginia A. Browne

In Honor of Greg Rogers

Mr. & Mrs. David Reece

In Honor of Julie Spaulding

Nicole & Haylie Thompson

In Honor of John & Liz Wade

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Silverman

In Honor of the Weede Family

Marietta College

In Honor of Amy Anderson, and

her Service to Healthcare

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Battocletti

In Honor of Judy Cunningham on

her Birthday and Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Char Goddard’s

Community Impact

Silas & Cassandra Freeman

In Honor of Our Grandchildren

Donna J. & David R. Pflum

In Honor of Our Grandchildren:

Tyler, Ethan, Lucas, Tanner,

Jessa, and Nora

Gary & Gail Silverthorn

In Honor of Bill & Anne Kanup on

Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of our Local Police

Department

Old Point Comfort Marine

In Honor of John & Chris Ogren

on Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Debbie Ostling on

Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Eric Ostling on

Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Lauren Ostling & Ben

Pensak on Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Pam & Jim Ostling

on Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of the Roscommon

Area District Library

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Jennette

In Honor of the Roscommon

Area District Library Building

Fund

Friends of the Roscommon

Library

In Honor of the South

Branch Township Fire & EMS

Department

Ernie Windolph

In Honor of Jan Spadora on

Christmas

Mrs. Thela Ostling

In Honor of Alyssa (Freeman) &

Zach Spaduzzi, for their Service

to our Country

Silas & Cassandra Freeman

In Honor of Susan & Craig Tyer

on their 40th Anniversary

Charles Aberasturi

In Honor of the UAW Local 1819

UAW Local 1819

In Honor of the Zonta Club

Anna & Don Sylvester

Weede Family Community Recreation Fund

Tom was a passionate coach and educator. He inspired many students

to reach their fullest potential in the classroom and on the field in his

twenty-three years as an educator and coach. Outdoor recreation, especially

fishing and spending time in the woods, were some of Tom’s favorite

pastimes. His family’s wish is to share his love and enthusiasm for

recreational activities by supporting projects and programs that promote

health and fitness with this fund.

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Where Your Legacy is Written

Your planned gift to the Roscommon County Community Foundation will have meaning and impact for

generations to come. Legacy giving does not require a large income or vast estate. Legacy giving only

requires a thoughtful intention to make a difference by identifying a charitable organization in your will

or estate plan.

Types of Planned Giving

Gifts made through a bequest in a will or trust are not the only means of planned giving. Other ways in which

donors can apply personal resources toward the betterment of their community through planned giving include:

IRA 401(k) or Other Qualified Retirement Plan– Planned giving is as easy as designating a percentage of your

IRA, 401(k) or other qualified retirement plan to the Foundation as a beneficiary.

Bequests – Bequests are an easy way to make a planned gift to the Foundation through a donor’s will. Donors can

designate in their will what type of gift they wish to make to the Foundation.

Life Insurance – Donors may name the Foundation as a beneficiary of their life insurance plan.

Charitable Remainder Trust – Donors can place assets such as cash, securities, or real estate in trust, which

then invests the asset. The trust provides income to the donor or a loved one for a life or a term of years. The trust

balance goes to the Foundation.

Charitable Gift Annuity – This is a contract between the donor and the Foundation. In exchange for the donor’s

irrevocable gift, the Foundation agrees to pay one or two annuitants the donor names a fixed sum each year for life.

Charitable Lead Trust – During the trust’s term, the trustee invests the trust’s assets and pays the income to the

Foundation for the purpose the donor designates. When the trust term ends, assets are distributed to a loved one.

Appreciated Securities – Donors may gift appreciated securities to the Foundation and enjoy tax savings, instead

of selling off the securities and later donating the cash.

Retained Life Estate – This allows donors to give their home or farm to the Foundation, while retaining the right

to live in it for the rest of their lives. At the end of the donor’s life, the property is sold and the proceeds are used to

establish a fund that carries out the donor’s charitable wishes.

RCCF Legacy Society

Created in 2005, the RCCF Legacy Society recognizes those who have committed a future gift to the

Community Foundation through their will or estate plan. Inclusion in the Legacy Society is an important

way for us to recognize and thank you for your future gift. You will be included in our annual report as an

additional show of our appreciation.

To learn more about Legacy Giving, visit www.myrccf.org/give/leave-a-lifetime-legacy/

Rex & Arlene Gillen

A Story of Lasting Legacy...

Letha Arlene King (or Arlene, as she liked to be known) was born and raised in Houghton Lake,

and was a member of the Houghton Lake High School’s Class of 1930. She met Rex Gillen in

college, and they married on Christmas Day in 1937. Rex and Arlene were married for nearly 58

years. The Gillens were a quiet couple, who enjoyed community involvement and the outdoors

in Houghton Lake. Both Rex and Arlene had a great love for the children in their community, not

having any of their own. Rex and Arlene also knew the importance of education, and built a very

comfortable life as a result of their education and hard work.

The Gillens knew the difficulty of financial need when it comes to

a college education. Arlene’s parents were farmers, and unable to

help her with the cost of schooling. They built her an ice cream shop

in the village of Houghton Lake, next to her childhood home, which

still stands. Like many students today, she earned as much during

the summer as she could to pay for her tuition, and returned home

on weekends to work even more. The fact was, there weren’t many

scholarships available for small town schools.

Rex and Arlene were also aware that the scholarships that were

available in their small town were usually given to academically

or athletically successful students. Seeing a need for students in

the community to continue their education beyond high school, the

Gillens made the decision to leave the bulk of their estate to further

this cause.

When they set the criteria for their scholarship fund, they wanted to

make sure that the average student would have a chance to qualify.

They also required applicants to be residents of Roscommon or Rex & Arlene in 1991

Denton townships, with the hope that a college education might bring a

few students back to establish businesses in their hometown, such as they did.

Rex passed away very suddenly in 1994, and at the time of Arlene’s death in 2003, an initial gift

of $2.9 million was given to the Roscommon County Community

Foundation, and the Rex and Arlene Gillen Scholarship Fund

was established. This scholarship fund will assist with the

continuing education of students from Denton and Roscommon

Townships forever.

The Gillens joined a distinctive list of individuals and families

in the Roscommon County Community Foundation’s Legacy

Society when they named RCCF as a beneficiary in their wills.

Join Rex and Arlene in planning for gifts now that will provide

benefits to your community in the future.

Become a member of the RCCF Legacy Society and leave a

mark on the community you love. For more information on how

you can make the gift of a lifetime, please contact Suzanne E.

Luck, Executive Director of RCCF.

Rex & Arlene Wedding Photograph

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My name is Farah Al-khersan. I graduated from Roscommon High School in

2008. During high school, I served on the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) as a

member and president. I am currently an immigration attorney in

Metro-Detroit. I graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s

Degree in English and Spanish. I later graduated from Wayne State University

Law School with a Juris Doctor.

Many of my experiences in high school and college shaped the person I

am today. Being a part of YAC was one of the highlights of my high school

experience. As a member of YAC, I participated in allocating funds to

different organizations and projects that serve the needs of youth in the

community. I also became involved in community service projects such as

volunteering at food banks and assembling gift packages for children in need.

I learned the importance of decision making as well as team work. We had to work together to make

decisions regarding the allocation of funds among numerous worthwhile projects that targeted youth in

the community. I am very honored and proud to have been a member of YAC. The skills that I gained as a

member of YAC include decision-making, communication, teamwork, and analytical thinking have been

vital to my career as a law student and now as an attorney. I encourage high school students to become

involved with YAC, where they can be part of a group of students that serve a commendable purpose. This

is a great responsibility but also a great reward.

RCCF Youth Advisory Council

The RCCF YAC is a youth-led group that is committed to improving the place we call

home. YAC is based on two components: grant-making and community service. YAC

members award grants from the Roscommon County Kellogg Youth Fund, to projects

that will better the community for the youth who live here. YAC also values community

service; members participate in service projects-such as yard clean ups for Habitat

for Humanity, or painting at the Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center. In

addition to their good work in our community, YAC members are involved in regional

trainings with other Community Foundations, where they learn about topics such as

diversity, leadership, and philanthropy. The RCCF Youth Advisory Council is committed to

improving our home for generations to come.

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2016 Ambassador Club

The Houghton Lake

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Where Youth Make a Difference

“The long term partnership

between the Higgins

Lake Foundation and

the Roscommon County

Community Foundation has

enhanced both Foundations’

efforts to improve the

communities we serve. The

HLF is proud to support the

RCCF as an Ambassador Club

member.”

Vicki Springstead, HLF Chair

“Being a part of RCCF’s

Ambassador Club is another

way to show that Camping

World supports all that RCCF

does. As a company, we

value the importance of the

Community Foundation’s

impact in the community.”

Mike Burnside, Camping World

Dealership Consultant

“MidMichigan Community

Health Services supports

the Community Foundation

because they work extremely

hard to make our future a better

place for everyone.”

Jim Raschke, Executive

Director of MidMichigan

Community Health Services of

Houghton Lake

If you are interested in joining the RCCF Ambassador Club, or would like more

information, please visit www.myrccf.org/ambassador-club

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