2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT ONTARGET for the future
LETTERS 2016 STARS from STARS board president, pam ruehle Board of Directors: We just completed another great year at STARS. Through your donations of time, talent and Pam Ruehle - President money we continue to fulfill our mission and goals for all of our clients, staff, and volunteers. And TK Wright - Treasurer the great news is that STARS is on target for the future to continue to provide the best quality Lynne Marr - Secretary programs for our clients as well as many new opportunities to learn new skills. Don Eden Skip Curry We are currently in the silent phase of our capital campaign to raise $5 million to build the Rick LaChapelle STARS Ranch, a Place for Hope and Healing. The STARS Ranch will be a community asset that Katie Brown provides locals and guests to Steamboat a place to build hope and connections, challenge them- Joel Berman selves, and heal as a family. The STARS Ranch will provide a hub for current and new programs Cheryl Krumrie as well as provide overnight accommodations for our growing camps and groups. Keith Dronen Chris Paoli I can hardly wait until I can go out to our STARS Ranch and watch clients negotiate adaptive Steve Tober rope courses, participate in therapeutic riding in our own riding arena, or just spend time visiting with other people who share a common experience. The STARS Ranch will also give us Advisory Member: the opportunity to provide additional program services such as extended day programs, respite Jim Schneider - SSRC care, or evening social opportunities for clients and families as well as potential work opportu- nities for clients with disabilities. In 2007 STARS signed an operating agreement with Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation (SSRC) for STARS to begin operating all of the adaptive lessons and programs on the mountain. I don’t think anyone dreamed that almost ten years later STARS would have expanded to include summer programing, therapeutic horseback riding, and imagining the new STARS Ranch. I again want to thank all of you that have helped to keep STARS on target for the future through your donations and support. You have helped to make a difference in the lives of our clients.
from the executive director, julie taulman STARS Executive Leadership Team:When I think back on this last year I am pleased to say that we continue to be on target to reachour goals in client growth, sustaining and increasing funding, as well as developing new program Julie Taulman –priorities that meet the needs of our participants and families. Executive DirectorThis last year we saw major increases in the number of clients served as well as the number Brett Coleman –of program hours for client participation. Some highlight areas were in military programming Program Directorwere we saw a 56% percent increase in clients this year over last year. We also saw local youthparticipation up 23% year over year which is exciting to think about all of the new activities Blue Shepard –available. Overall we saw our client numbers increase by 25% to over 578 participants. Office ManagerWe have achieved our funding goals through amazing increases in our three fundraisers: The Ron Southworth –Farm to Barn Dinner, STARS Mountain Challenge, and STARS Biking the Boat. Together our Operations andevents raised over $360,000 for our programs which is a 179% increase from previous years. Equestrian Center ManagerThese contributions helped us to provide scholarships, state of the art equipment, and qualifiedtraining for staff and volunteers to ensure a safe, fun experience for all of our clients. STARS PO Box 770208Finally, this year we have developed new camps and programs to provide recreational and Steamboat Springs, CO 80477therapeutic opportunities that help our clients to heal and find positive ways to face their P 970.870.1950challenges. Programs such as the STARS Riding programs, STARS women’s specific injured F 970.870.1970military camps as well as new school Adaptive PE have all been developed to meet the needs of Reservations 888.330.1454our clients. [email protected] steamboatstars.comWe are on target in part due to the overwhelming support that we have received from ourcommunity, donors, and amazing volunteers that support our mission and help us to provide lifechanging opportunities for our clients. Without your support STARS might have missed the mark,but instead we are on target for the future.
CLIENTS summer programs & Programs Road and Mountain Biking, Archery, Horseback Riding, “Steamboat is a home away from home for us, and our 2 Swimming, Hiking, Kayaking, Waterskiing, Tennis, Camping kids, and the STARS ski programs have been a fantastic resource for us. Our 14 year old daughter Cameron, loves Adventure Camp - Summer-long adventure day camp for school age skiing with other kids, but appreciates the extra support kids. Outdoor activities vary throughout the summer and are designed to that her STARS volunteers have always provided. Her help expose campers to new activities and develop independence. skiing technique and confidence have grown leaps and bounds over the years, but more importantly her love of Trailblazers - Weekly adult day program focused on different activities the sport has become firm. She considers herself a skier!” throughout the summer to keep clients active and healthy. - Kay Rawlings Adaptive Horseback Riding - Semi-Private and private lessons available. winter programs Lessons focus on core strength, balance, gross and fine motor skills, and self-esteem through interaction with a horse Skiing, Snowboarding, Nordic skiing, Snowshoeing Bike Rentals - STARS has a fleet of adaptive road and mountain bikes STARS offers daily lessons and programs throughout the ski available for rent to help locals and guests enjoy Steamboat. season for clients age 5 and up for all types of disabilities. Private Lessons - 1/2 day and full day private adaptive lessons geared toward the individual and his/her ability Buddy Lessons - designed for independent skiers or riders that need assistance on the mountain but not a lesson Seasonal Programs - Seasonal programs run weekly throughout the winter. Participants gain skills over the course of the program as well as get the opportunity to make new friends.
testimonial BY THE NUMBERS “We wanted to write and say thank you for In the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year STARS served: another wonderful summer camp. Ellie enjoyed every single day. She grew in 578 25% so many ways this summer … She is more independent, confident and courageous individuals over the prior year from camp this year. for an increase of Ellie started her first day of her senior year today. We know that each of you at Stars 56% 24% have laid the stepping stones of success for her to finish high school strong! increase in increase in Routt We want you to know that the work you are military clients County Youth clients doing is making such a difference in Ellie’s life.” - Audrey and Shawn Zwak Lessons and Hours: Client Percentages 3,280 23% 20,248 46% by Disability lessons given increase lesson hours increase 28% 7% ■ Autism Spectrum Therapeutic Riding: 3% Disorder3% ■ Cancer 217 47 43% ■ Cognitive Lessons individuals of lessons were for Routt 16% ■ Hearing and Moffat County clients 32% ■ Neuromuscular Volunteers: 6% ■ Orthopedics 205 16,371 ■ Vision STARS Volunteers volunteer hours
financial highlightsSTARS • STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES • Fiscal Year Ending April 30, 2016REVENUE 2016 2015Program Services (Less Scholarships Awarded) 380,242 321,735Grants and Contributions Fundraising Events -114,163 -106,548Contributed Goods and Facilities Other 264,010 371,591Capital Campaign Contributions 265,260 161,655TOTAL REVENUES 415,253 98,269 12,268 10,137 867,350 500,000 1,648,488 912,604EXPENSES 1,117,404 430,372Programs General & Management 82,132 37,684Fundraising Capital Expenses 53,886 33,028 100,914 13,676TOTAL 1,354,336 514,760* Please note that STARS is in a capital campaign to build the STARS Ranch. All campaign contributions made via cash or pledges are recognized infull in the year they are made based on GAP accounting rules.
205 total number of volunteers 16,371 STARS volunteers hours “I love working with STARS because there is no greater feeling than to see a smile on a kid’s face, and to know that I helped put it there.” ~ Charlie Harrington, STARS Junior Counselorvolunteer & jr mentor programOur dedicated volunteers are an integral part of This year STARS awardedthe STARS organization. STARS volunteers put Rookies of the Year to:their time, energy, and heart into every interaction Chris Chien, Ty Perry,with our clients. As a volunteer, you can empower and Ian Wilson; andindividuals with disabilities to participate in Volunteer of the Year to:life-changing recreational experiences. You can Linda Andrews, Tommake a difference in our clients’ lives by volun- Dougan, and Doug Hecker.teering at STARS!The Junior Mentor Program is a one-on-one mentoring program in conjunction 2016 Jr. Mentor Classwith the STARS summer programs. The mentors provide peer-mentoring relation-ships with our clients and engage them in activities to help our clients grow. Over30 high school mentors have participated in the program over the last three years.For more information on volunteering go to steamboatstars.com/join/#volunteer
STARS Ranch will be a fully accessible lodge and recreational ranch facility.The lodge will be warm and welcoming, with large open spaces to gathertogether, prepare meals, and build lasting bonds.The two-story lodge will house up to 32 people. The lodge will be located onSTARS nine-acre ranch complete with a therapy riding center, archery center,STARS offices, and accessible ropes course. The ranch sits on the valley floor inbeautiful Steamboat, CO with stunning views of Mount Werner. This locationcreates a unique, healing environment for our clients and allows them to notjust survive, but thrive.The Need rooms or condos. By owning our own fully accessible facility, we can offer additional camps throughout the year includingACCESSIBILITY: Currently there is no fully accessible facility in holiday weeks. This location will provide a safe, friendly, ther- apeutic environment for our clients and their families to heal.Steamboat able to accommodate full overnight camps in onelocation at a price we can afford. Currently clients are spread NEW PROGRAMS: The ranch allows for us to add newout during camps in condos and hotels around the area programs and to grow current existing ones. The ranch givesthrough donations or because of accessibility. Part of the us a permanent home for our therapy riding program withhealing process is building connections with others in a group more flexibility for local and group programs. We also can addenvironment. STARS ranch will have many new group areas programs such as the archery center and ropes course, whichand activities to provide clients a place to heal, rejuvenate, will bring more recreational opportunities for our clients andreconnect, and to challenge them to achieve their personal best. our community.SPACE LIMITATIONS: Currently the number of camps STARScan offer is limited due to the availability of donated hotel
$2.5 Million to date GOAL $5.0 Million
STARS MAY 1, 2015 - APRIL 30, 2016 donors We make every attempt to maintain accurate records. Please inform us regarding any corrections necessary to your account. STARS is currently in a Capital Campaign - all Capital Campaign donations will be recognized at the close of the campaign.$20,000 + Jim and Susan Larson David Szabo and Susan Starr Rob and Megan Faircloth Mark Clavenna Chris and Eileen DiamondNika Cranmer Scott and Heidi Powell Steve and Kristina Tober Scott Alperin Medtronic Foundation Volunteer Rick and Carol DowdenDisabled Sports USA Robert Saltiel Truckenbrod Family Foundation Ryan Curry John and Mary Ann DuffeyHumble Ranch Education and Robert and Jean-Marie Seidl Ned and Liza Weihman Keith and Ann Dronen Grant Program Lynn and Gayle Earnest Steven and Adrienne Southworth Keith Welch and Dianne Fox David Foley Mike and Sherri Nicol Marvin Garrett Therapy Center Steamboat Springs Chamber The Landy Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Chapman Patrick and Maureen GundersonGary and Sandra Neale Welch Adebayo Ogunlesi Network for Good Eric HaasSteamboat Ski & Resort Resort Association Steve and Pam Williams Bill and Kris Bensler Prakash Melwani Jonathan Heuberger Team Player Production Inc. Boyd Bass and Barbara Winternitz Bill and Megan Roberts Ski Town Rotary Club Fund of the James and Peggy Hoff Corporation Yampa Valley Community Yampa Valley Medical Center Boa Technology Honey Stinger Bob and Joan Boglioli Yampa Valley Community Shannon Hopkins$10,000-$19,999 Foundation $1,000-$2,499 Business for Isness Foundation Foundation Gotfred JacobsenEdward T. Bedford Foundation Fred Shvetz Chris and Nadia Tereshchenko Snowfunbikes.com Inc. Holly JamesNeale Family Foundation $2,500-$4,999 Gail Jensen Chris Campanelli Steamboat Noon Rotary Jim and Louanne LangRJ Clark Family Foundation Randy Blue Native Excavating, Inc. Christopher and Mary Ellen Jehn Steven and Karen Speer Robert and Janet LovellYampa Valley Bank City of Steamboat Springs Robert Miller Christy Sports LLC Tony and Emily Seaver Scott and Cindy MacGray Skip and Vivian Curry The Marovich Foundation David and Carol Parker Paul Matheny$5,000-$9,999 Custom Color Yampa Valley Gives Fund of the David Krieger $500-$999 Drew and Amy McElhanyA.V. Hunter Trust, Inc. B&K Distributing Douglas B. Chapman Charitable John Aragon Mark and Denise McFannJohn and Christy Alderman Don and Gail Eden Yampa Valley Community Christopher Ball Nancy and Marty McNerneyRonald Barry Head USA, Inc. Foundation Fund Peggy Beach Mark MillerTerri Burnham Andy and Grace Inglis John and Blair Weibel Gerald Miller Tim and Janet Borden Kathie MoleCraig-Sheckman Family Richard and Dana LaChapelle David and Sharon MacCormack Greg Sparks Cam and Jill Boyd Moots Cycles Robert and Celine Lewis Anne Krieg James and Susan Henry Ed and Louise Buschmann The Moyer Family Fund of the Foundation Scott and Lynne Marr Scott Kerr James and Wendy McCreight Ken CarltonLee and Judy Culbertson Franny Mervis TK Wright John Tomasini and Mary Brown Thomas Carson Bank of America CharitableThe DeSo Foundation Michael and Michelle Osterman Tom and Mary Redmond Fund Keith and Janet Liefer Central Park Management Gift FundDan and Shelly Fowler Routt County Human Resources Wilhelm IRA Kevin and Nancy Ventrudo Tom Chambers Christian NybyTerry Huffington David and Debbie Dacus Steven ColeDenny and Olivia Kimmeth Coalition Bryan and Janielle Hawn Michael and Colleen DejongLaChapelle Family Foundation The Safeway Foundation
prmogilraitm ahirghylights STARS donors This year STARS military programs continue to growboth in numbers of participants and offerings for our Carol OHare Michael Anderson Edward and Ann Marie Cahillinjured veterans. This last year we ran two injured Lars Okeson Richard and Betty Anderson Manufacturers Capital LLCveteran’s houseboat trips on Lake Powell, veteran John and Sharon Paulus Ted Atkinson and Marcia Pryde Anonymouswhite water rafting trips, women’s specific veteran Thomas and Kathy Randlett Ken Austin Paula Carstensenovernight camps at Stagecoach Lake, and four The Richard and Christine Koch Hoyt and Kathi Ayres Bob and Karen Cassidymilitary ski camps that worked with Wounded Syd and Cindy Bailey Tom and Carol ChaneyWarriors and other injured veterans to regain hope, Charitable Fund Mark Baller Lynda Chapmandirection, and confidence to face their new world. Kris, Tim, Leah, and Lucas Rowse Ruth Bell Kathryn Chieger Ruehle Family Charitable Fund Joe and Lynne Bier Mary Queen Cilurso Sharp Shooter Imaging Gregory and Leslie Bjorgum Michael and Kathryn Clarke Dana Shires Linda Blazek Edward Conjura Steamboat Pilates Fritz Boetzelen Tom and Nancy Cook Steamboat Sheraton Resort Kemp Bohlen Claude and Linda Corkadel Tom and Pam Ruehle Richard Boler and Sydney Frasca Jerome and Kathy Craig Tom Stevenson Dwight Bowden Warren and Julie Cramer Bill and Kay Stuart Gary Boyer Matt and Verna Crawford Dan Timm Ron and Connie Brinkman Pax Cutts David and Shannon Tridle Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation Eric Dady Union Wireless Jim and Barbara Bronner Richard and Linda Danter Chris Wright Ricky and Kay Brooks Anthony D’Aquila Kristi Brown Linda D’Aquila $100-499 Rich and Laurie Brown Robert Davis John Ackermann Ed and Sharon Buckle Kevin and Sue Dean Susan Albers Karl and Bonnie Bunker Dental Center of Steamboat Bruce and Leslie Allbright Doreen Buonafede Jeffrey Allen Eugenia Burson Springs Marc and Claire Allinson Roland Cagnon Dermatology Center of Steamboat Jordan Alperin Mark and Kris Andersen Springs, PLLC
STARS youthprogram highlights donors The STARS Adaptive PE programDan and Grazia deRocco Jean and Chris Field Heidi Grogan was established as a partnershipJohn DiCarlo Richard Fiese Ronnie Guy with the Steamboat SpringsJohn Dobell Steve and Meg Firestone Kris and Julie Hagenbuch School District to increaseThe Donald S. Eden Trust Patrick and Genevieve Fitzgerald Patricia Hahn activity and fitness levels forChristine Donnelly Kent Foster Robert Harvey local students with disabilities.Tom and Roberta Dougan Matt and Amanda Foster Ed Hatter The program included weekly andJanet Dougherty Brian Fox Jim HeardJason Doughty David and Sonia Franzel Don Heathcott bi-weekly programs for studentsJoanne Downes Beth Friar Robert Heckel of all ages as well as trainingSteve and Pinky Downs Gregory O. Gallup Sarah Hennessy programs and curriculum for PEBarb Drake Bonnie Gannon Roger and Corinne Hickey teachers to help ensure that theirTom and Laurie Drew Barbara Ganong AnonymousElaine Dudley Daniel Garst Doug and Danielle Hill classes were inclusive for all.Andrew Dunbar Tim Gedemer J A Hill According to the CDC, it has been found that students with aThe Durdan and Moradi Family Andy Gellepis Bill Hinrichs disability generally receive less active time in PE and extra- Thomas and Lana Geselbracht Sonja Hirsch Charitable Trust Marion Gibson Charles Holley curricular sports resulting in obesity rates almost 40%David Durdan Give With Liberty Employee Catherine Hovey higher than in youth without disabilities. Through thisRoss and Sally Dyer John Hudec program we are helping students to increase their activityEd Eckhoff Donations Gloria D. JamesDavid Edelman Glasca Falcons Sled Hockey Team Patrick and Erika Janin levels and improve their independence, self-esteem, andIrv Edelman Susan Glendening Larry and Amy Jenkins focus in school. This last year we provided over 650Stephen Elsberry Todd and Heather Gollnick Dan JohnsonJohn and Ellen Engel John and Linda Gray Ken Johnson hours of adaptive PE programs with the schools.F.M. Light & Sons, Inc. Keith Green Judith and Gordon JonesHenry and Tawyna Fabian Travis and Teresa Greenlee Charles JonesPaul and Bridget Ferguson Greg and Julie Davis Suzanne JoseJim Fetherman Drew and Cathy Grimes
STARS donorsChris Kaminski Neil Loney Bettina Neset James Rossow Ellen Spangler Ralph and Martina WaltonKitty Kazman Paul Longsdorf Donald Nixon Michelle Rossow Kendra Spanjer Lesley WangbergDennis Kelly Verne and Nancy Lundquist Gus and Sandy Noojin John Rostenberg Donald and Diana Sperry Bruce WardJim Kelly Harold and Janet Lydick Scott Nyquist Gordon Rothamel Michael and Sandra Spetko Richard and Sharon WarrinerRob and Barb Kelly John and Patti Maas Tim and Laine O’Neal Ralph Rudser Gary Squires Craig and Kathleen WassermanDana O. Kerns Jill March Mary Orr James Rutherford Alan Steinberg Molly WatersCharles Kettering Marge and Jack Mrsich Sunny Owens Richard Ryan Robert Stevenson Jeff WedgwoodSusan Kielman Elizabeth Martel Mary Alice Page-Allen Tom Saddlemire Strategic Design & Advertising Stacey WelchChris King Lisa Martel Susan Pearson William and Barbara Sanders Linda Strong Caroline WellfordAllison Kirsch Mary and Chuck Kaiser Penny Pennington Paul and Gwen Sanwick Pam Suneson Nancy WestphaleAnne and Charles Kittrell Elizabeth Matheson Garrett Peterson Sally Sarkissian and Holly Ken Surprenant Linda WheatonGary Klapman Gerald McCarthy John Peterson Celia Tagliareni LeCarie WhitfieldDan and Jean Knight Bryan McDonald Kevin Phillips Sarkissian Paul and Cathy Taulman Andrea WilhelmDanielle Knight Kelly McElfish Dan Pirrallo Philip and Marilyn Scalo Kevin and Julie Taulman John and Mindy WilliamsPaula Kooperman Gardner Middleton William and Janice Platt Pamela Schlenzig Joe Thompson Thomas WilliamsonJohn Kreutzer Martha Minahan Gerald Plescia Mike Schlichtman Erik Toth Edward WillisMichael and Anne Kreykes Mack Moore Gwen Porter Slade Schmidt Anonymous Cliff and Phyllis WilsonJeffrey Kutchin Mike and Fran Moore Frederick Power III Douglas M. Scott Marco Trezza Cheryl WolfEd LaChapelle Margaret Moossy Jerry and Fran Provenzano Dick Shea Ed and Cheri Trousil Leslie YoungRichard LaChapelle Rodney and Pamela Morgan Michael Puchalski Alan Sherwood Michal Van Vlie Janet ZacherJason and Dervla Lacy Gerold Morrison Justin Read Judy Shettel Kelly Vanderbosch Dennis ZaslavskyJason and Kelly Landers Christopher Morson Tom Reagan Dan and Sydney Shires Jim and Diana Varnon Zelda ZieglerJeff Lelek Ann Mullen Linda Rebrovick Ted and Jennifer Slade Brian Vatthauer ZTYL Foundation A ColoradoPat Lichenstein Doug and Lee Ann Murphy Marcy Rehberger Kelly Slattery Jon WadeUte Lichtenstein Gordon Myhre MaryAnn Rhoades Maggie Smith Vernon and Stacy WagnerJohn and Janet Lombard John and Cheryl Nacos Sydney Richeda Sharon Smith Chris WaiteMichael Lombard Jay and Debra Neese Pam and Bruce Roemmich Victor Solero Rob and Connie Walker Donita Soucek
STARS lproocgraalm ahidghulilgthsts donors Our STARS Special Olympics program continues to growIn Honor of and In Jason and Sharon’s Wedding Bistro CV and reach for the gold. This year STARS athletes receivedMemory of listed Jim, Christy and Keith- amazing Black Tie Ski Rentals 12 gold medals, 4 silver medals, and 5 bronze medals at thebeginning at $100+ Blue Sage Pizza Colorado State Special Olympics Alpine Ski Race. guides Brooklynn’s PizzeriaIn Memory Of Jeffrey Love Ricky Brooks and TK Wright The most exciting highlight of this year was that localRoberta Taylor Ballard David McIrvin Bucking Rainbow athlete, Sue White, was chosen as one of three athletes toDaniel Brideau Logan Mclaughlin Edward and Sharon Buckles represent STARS and Colorado at Special Olympics WorldMerry Cote Lolo McLaughlin Nikki Byrum Games in Austria, March 14-25 where over 3,000 SpecialJonathan Heuberger Tyler Paoli Café DivaLinda Smallwood Erik Suneson, Karen & Roger Catamount Ranch and Club Olympics athletes from 110 nations will compete.Dan Walsh Central Park LiquorsGail Walsh Reynolds Chez NousKC Wright Taylor Stanko Christy Sports Stars Mountain Challenge Colorado Bagel CompanyIn Honor Of Colorado Event RentalsMrs. Patricia Atkinson Steamboat Dreamboat Team Nika CranmerAnne Marie Buckle Amy and Arnie Swartz Creekside CaféCraig Kennedy, Tommy Moore, Kyle Taulman Cuginos Pizzeria Team Lolo Skip and Vivian Curry Keith Heintzelman, Kenna Luke Tober Damen Ornowski Chapman, Tom Ruehle, and Veterans and Their Families Shannon Dillard the STARS Ranch Ellie Zwak Egg & IGail and Don Eden The Elsberry FamilyJean and Chris Field In Kind Embellishments and SteamboatFreedom Warriors Amaze‘n SteamboatCharlie and Ben Hamilton Aurum Food and Wine Art CompanyJames Family Scholarship B&K Distributing Fisher VieywardsBarbara Lamb and Bruce James Boyd Bass and Barabara Fowler PropertiesGloria James Winternitz Beau Jo’s Moutain Bistro Big Agnes
trp hridoegirnragapmpehrui gothigclri gahmt s STARS donors Last year was the first year for the STARS EquestrianRiding Center at Wandering Creek Ranch. With the help Freshie’s Old Town Hot Springs Corporationfrom our amazing equine staff, Ron Southworth and John Fry Power Ice Steamboat Ski and Bike KareKaren Reynolds, riding volunteers, and loving herd, Go Alpine Pride Mountain Vieyards Steamboat Sotheby’sSTARS provided 217 riding lessons to 47 individuals. Hala Gear Ptarmigan InnIndividuals learned about the connection between Hampton Inn & Suites Sean Razee International Realtyhorses and clients with disabilities, especially non-ver- Harwigs Redbull Steamboat Springs High Schoolbal clients. The riding program helped clients with Haymaker Kate Rench - Café Diva Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeotrunk stability, independence, confidence, and trust. Head Skis Resort GroupMany of the clients came in being nervous about Ursula Hermacinski Rotary Club (morning) Seriesriding and left with smiles on their faces and Holiday Inn Tom and Pam Ruehle Larry Stoiberkisses and hugs to their horse. Honey Stinger Sabina Jewelry Surefoot KBCR Salt and Lime Restaurant The Rolfing Center with Gail KFMU Jason Sausbury - Mahogany Pauline LaMond Loveitt Jim and Susan Larsen Ridge The Wort Hotel Laurel Glen Vineyards Sharp Shooter Imaging University of Wisconsin Little Moon Essentials Sheraton Steamboat Resort Urbane Ed MacArthur - Bald Eagle Lake Ski Butlers US Forest Service Scott and Lynn Marr Ski Haus Brian Vaughn - Bistro CV Mazzola’s Majestic Italian SSRC Senior Management VFW Post - Steamboat Mohogany Ridge Stagecoach State Park Keith Welch and Dianne Mt Sports Kayak Steamboat Coffee and Tea Native Excavating Fox-Welch Gary and Sandy Neale Company Wild West Balloon Adventures New Belgium Steamboat Coffee Roasters Alvin Wolff Northern Lights Steamboat Grand Abel Wumnest Ohana Steamboat Hockey Association Wyndham Vacation Resorts Steamboat Powdercats Yoga with Heidi Swoboda Steamboat Ski & Resort Zirkel Trading
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