CONTENTS144Community –Lenawee isFirst in ourHearts6Funds1211GrantsScholarshipsLenawee Cares13CharitableGoals

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o nMISSIONThe mission of the Lenawee Community Foundation is to enhance the quality of lifeof the citizens of Lenawee County, Michigan through permanent endowments by: Identifying and addressing current and anticipated community needs. Raising, managing, and distributing funds for charitable purposes inthe areas of civic, cultural, health, educational, and social of Trees19Thanks toour Donors2624TheLegacySocietyInvestingin Lenawee27Acknowledgments3

COMMUNITYLENAWEE is firstIN OUR HEARTSGRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED2016Last 10 Years 1.5 Million 10.6 Million“Help one another;there’s no time likethe present and nopresent like the time.”GIFTS AND GRANTS RECEIVED2016Last 10 Years 1.7 Million 21.5 Million— James DurstTotal Assets 23.7 MillionLENAWEE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION1. Enhances Lenawee’s quality oflife primarily through permanentendowments.2. Addresses: Human Services Health Civic Projects Education Culture3. Assists: Individuals Communities Corporations OrganizationsYOU1. Achieve YOUR Charitable Goals2. Utilize a wide variety of givingoptions – Now or Later IRAs Stocks Life Insurance Trusts Real Estate Wills3. Benefit from: Personal Service Local Expertise Community LeadershipConfirmed in Compliance withthe National Standards for U.S.Community Foundations.42016 Annual Report

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o n5Lenawee is first in our heartsLenawee Community FoundationExisting funds may be utilized for gifts, or donors may establish new funds in the Lenawee Community Foundation. Funds arecategorized in six areas: Lenawee, Field of Interest, Donor Advised, Designated, Lenawee Community Projects and Scholarships.There are several ways to establish funds to meet the charitable interests and financial circumstances of individuals, businessesand organizations. A commitment of 10,000 is required to establish a fund, however gifts in any amount are accepted forexisting funds.A named fund can be established in your name, a business or organization name, the name of a person you wish to honor, or the name of a person for whomyou wish to create a lasting memory.Lenawee Community FoundationFund Values by Fund TypeDONOR ADVISED FUNDS – 1,754,573 (8%)DESIGNATED FUNDS – 3,473,861 (15%)CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES – 776,384 (3%)FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS – 8,369,138 (37%)GENERAL – 350,755 (2%)COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS – 1,557,132 (7%)REAL ESTATE – 639,243 (3%)SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS – 5,602,982 (25%)TOTAL FUNDS VALUE – 22,524,068Following is a description of each type of fund and a list of the funds. Gifts to the Lenawee Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization,and any of its funds qualify for federal tax deductions, according to the Internal Revenue Code.

LENAWEE is first in our heartsFUNDSLenawee Community FoundationLENAWEE FUNDSThe Lenawee Funds are multi-purpose and flexible tomeet current and emerging needs. Donors may invest inthe Lenawee Funds if they believe that a group of livingindividuals will always be better able to assess currentsituations than a document from the past. These fundsare designed to meet emerging community needs, respondto change, create innovative approaches and enhance thequality of life in Lenawee County. After the LenaweeCommunity Foundation Board of Directors evaluates allaspects of community well-being, grants are given to areaswhere your investment will achieve the most good.Lenawee Leadership FundLenawee FundFIELD OF INTEREST FUNDSA Field of Interest Fund allows a donor to invest in broad areas, such as health, youth,the arts, services to seniors, economic development or whatever charitable issue thedonor chooses. Donors may also support their home community, where local advisorycommittees make recommendations for grants. A personal interest area is identifiedwhen the gift is made, and then the Lenawee Community Foundation Board ofDirectors makes grants to nonprofit programs that are making a difference in thespecified area.Adrian Area FundHudson Area FundBlissfield Area FundThomas & Ellen Hummel Adrian Area FundBritton-Macon Area FundKellogg Youth FundClinton Area FundV.C. & Velma Knight Memorial FundDeerfield Area FundLenawee Cares Health & Human Services FundEarly Childhood Development FundLenawee College Access Endowment FundPatrick Gill Empty Bowls FundMorenci Area FundHealthy Youth Healthy Seniors FundOnsted Area FundHealthy Lenawee 2020 FundGeorge W. Romney Fund for VolunteerismRalph F. Helzerman, M.D Endowment FundRuth V. & Ruth Anne Thompson FundHerrick Endowment FundTecumseh Area Fund“Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.”— Anthony Burgess62016 Annual Report

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o n7DONOR ADVISED FUNDSA Donor Advised Fund allows the donor to have ongoing involvement in the use of gifts. Donors share insights and makerecommendations regarding potential grant recipients. The donor’s suggestions must be reviewed and approved by the CommunityFoundation Board. A Donor Advised Fund acts much like a private foundation, however it is easier to establish, less expensive tooperate and less restrictive in distributions, payouts and investments.Adrian Steel FundFrank & Shirley S. Dick Endowment FundJim & Debbie Lawson FundLee & Donna Andre FundJohn & Janis Foss FundMaxwell Family FundBrazeway, Inc. FundGleaner Life Gives FundThe Brenda Ross FundMorris & Angela Breakstone FundErnest Groeb Charitable FundRoto-Durst Charitable FundColton/Sulier FundScott & Cynthia Hill Charitable FundDr. Carlton & Lynn Cook Charitable FundKapnick Family Charitable FundCharles & Marianne SteffensFamily FundDESIGNATED FUNDSA Designated Fund allows contributors to specify charities as the recipients of their gifts, thereby providing those organizationswith a perpetual stream of income from the fund. Nonprofit organizations may also establish designated, endowed funds with theinvestment earnings distributed back to the nonprofit.Adrian Schools Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring FundAdrian Symphony Orchestra EndowmentBlissfield Foundation for Educational Excellence FundBritton Deerfield Schools EndowmentCatholic Charities of Lenawee EndowmentClinton Community Schools EndowmentCommunities in Schools of the Tecumseh Area EndowmentCommunity Action Agency EndowmentDaybreak Adult Day Services FundFriends of the Lenawee District Library FundFriends of the Southern Michigan Railroad SocietyEndowmentGrandma Dull’s Kindergarten FundGoodwill Industries of Southeastern Michigan EndowmentHerrick Endowment for the Tecumseh Center for the ArtsDavid & Shelley Hickman Endowment for the LenaweeCommunity FoundationRobert & Marjorie Hodapp FundHOPE Community Center EndowmentLenawee Community Mental Health Authority EndowmentLenawee County Education Foundation EndowmentLenawee County Fair & Event Grounds EndowmentRalph & Hazel Leonard Charitable FundMadison School District EndowmentOnsted Community Schools EndowmentJeff Pardee Honorary MGFOA Life Membership Award FundRaisin Valley Land Trust FundRotary Club of Adrian Morning FundSand Creek Community Schools EndowmentTecumseh Area Historical Society EndowmentTecumseh Center for the Arts EndowmentTecumseh District Library EndowmentTecumseh Schools EndowmentRobert & Albert Ward Todd EndowmentVOLUNTEER Lenawee!YMCA of Lenawee Endowment

FUNDSSCHOLARSHIP FUNDSScholarship Funds invest in education. Scholarshipscan support nonprofit preschool through high schooleducation, or further the education of graduatesof a particular high school, students in a specifiedfield of study, students meeting specific criteria orstudents enrolled in a chosen institution.Brittany E. Ames Girls State Scholarship FundBrittany E. Ames Knights of Columbus Scholarship FundFlorence Bridleman Scholarship FundBritton Deerfield Schools Educational Foundation Scholarship Fund John & Louise Eisley Memorial Scholarship Fund General Scholarship Fund Golden Apple Scholarship Fund Sam Hamilton Scholarship Fund Shirley Todd Herrick Scholarship Fund Charles Komon Memorial Scholarship Fund Mary & Joseph Kormos Memorial Scholarship Fund Peter Krzyzewski Memorial Scholarship Fund Max Larsen Scholarship Fund Ray Moriarity Memorial Scholarship Fund Russell & Johann Spalding Scholarship Fund Amanda Stevens Scholarship Fund Joan Downing Wood Scholarship FundJohn W. Castle Memorial Scholarship FundCitizens Gas Scholarship FundClinton Community Schools Danelle’s Scholarship Fund Robison Scholarship Fund Truesdale/York Scholarship Fund Willard D. Van Tuyle & Mary K. Van Tuyle Scholarship Fund Maria Voorhees Memorial Scholarship FundFrank & Shirley S. Dick Scholarship FundBernice, Harry & Marda Gene Duncan Scholarship FundBrody Fry Scholarship FundG. Chandler Bond Post 275 Scholarship FundErin Christine Groeb Scholarship FundErnest Groeb Scholarship Fund82016 Annual ReportKim Hill Schwartz Memorial Scholarship FundJay & Jean Isley Scholarship FundKindinger Scholarship FundLandS Aviation Scholarship FundBertha LaPointe Scholarship FundLenawee County Education Foundation Adrian Woman’s Club – Thelma SwigertMemorial Scholarship Fund Eric Brandeberry Memorial College Scholarship Fund Jacqueline Long Carson Scholarship Fund Lucy Wolcott Barnum Chapter D.A.R. Scholarship Fund Fab 4 Scholarship Fund Fairfield Chapter #224 OES, Thelma SwigertMemorial Scholarship Fleur de Lis Scholarship Fund Francoeur Scholarship Fund Richard Germond Scholarship Fund Patricia & Joseph Koszka Memorial Scholarship Fund Lawn Family Scholarship Fund Lenawee County Association of Realtors Scholarship Fund Matthew D. Lips Memorial Scholarship Fund Bradford and Bronson Mansfield Scholarship Fund Rex and Mary Martin Scholarship Fund Walter J. & Leota (“Tom”) R. McNeil Scholarship Fund Pauline and Sebastian Pizaña Memorial Scholarship Fund Poppink Scholarship Fund Lloyd W. Ruesink Memorial Scholarship Fund Stubnitz Scholarship Fund - Arts Stubnitz Scholarship Fund - Engineering Charles H. & Glenna M. Tipton Scholarship Fund John Wyatt Sr. Memorial Community ServiceScholarship Fund Joan and Lysle Yeutter Scholarship Fund

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o nDavid E. and Jeanette M. MaxwellScholarship FundOtto & Marian Meier Scholarship FundOnsted Kiwanis Charles VanWagner Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Class of 2020 Scholarship Fund Class of 2021 Scholarship Fund Class of 2022 Scholarship Fund Class of 2023 Scholarship FundDr. Michael Pratt Scholarship FundJack & Edith Ries Memorial Scholarship FundJames & Gladys Robideau Memorial Scholarship FundSand Creek Community Schools Bailey/Ries Memorial Scholarship Fund Harley & Velma Benfield Scholarship Fund Leland C. & Mary E. Buckles Memorial Scholarship Fund John T. Keenan Scholarship Fund Sand Creek Communications Scholarship FundAlvin & Clara Schwab Scholarship FundTecumseh Area Soccer Club Scholarship FundTecumseh Schools Foundation Bedore Scholarship Fund Boltz Scholarship Fund Buttolph Scholarship Fund Eleanor Johnson Scholarship Fund Gerald D. Nelson Scholarship FundWildcat Athletic Boosters Memorial Scholarship FundKassie Wingerd Scholarship Fund9

FUNDSCOMMUNITY PROJECT FUNDSThese non-endowed funds invest in temporary orspecial projects in Lenawee County, such as capitalimprovements, youth programs or the arts.Adrian Dirtbags FundsPatriot Youth Sports FundAdrian First Fridays FundShare the Warmth FundArtalicious FundTecumseh Coalition for Youth FundAthena Aid FundTecumseh Historic Carnegie Library FundAthena Lenawee FundTecumseh Pops Orchestra FundBlissfield Community Playground FundTri-County Historical Museum FundBlissfield Foundation for Educational ExcellenceUpstart! Adrian FundBlissfield Rotary Club FundWeekend Snack Sack FundBlissfield Scout Cabin FundZonta Service FundThe Breast Cancer Awareness FundBritton Deerfield Capital Projects FundBritton Deerfield Capital Projects Technology FundBrookside Cemetery Civil War Monument FundCharity Ball Festival of Trees FundCommunity Arts of Tecumseh FundConnecting Lenawee FundDeerfield American Legion FundDeerfield Community Improvement FundFriends of the Adrian District Library FundFriends of Historic Blissfield FundFriends of Tecumseh Center for the Arts FundFriends of the Tecumseh Schools Orchestra FundFriends of the Tecumseh Skate Park FundHunters Helping Lenawee FundImagination Library FundLenawee Art Works FundLenawee College Access Network Operating FundLenawee Conference and Visitors Bureau FundLenawee County Sobriety Court FundLenawee Lifelong Learning FundMirelez Living Legacy Music Scholarship Fund102016 Annual Report

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o n11DONORS’ BIG HEARTS ENABLE GRANTSFrom January 1 through December 31, 2016 the followingorganizations received grants and distributions from theLenawee Community Foundation.Adrian CollegeAdrian Public SchoolsAdrian Schools Educational FoundationAdrian Symphony OrchestraAssociated CharitiesBlissfield High SchoolBlissfield Preschool Coop NurseryBlissfield RotaryBoy Scout Troop 605Boys & Girls Club - HudsonBoys & Girls Clubs of LenaweeBritton Deerfield SchoolsBrooklyn Food Pantry - CCISCatholic Charities of LenaweeClinton Community Food Bank - UMCClinton Ministerial FundCommunities in Schools of the Tecumseh AreaCommunity Action AgencyCommunity Arts of TecumsehCouncil of Michigan FoundationsCovenant ChurchCroswell Opera HouseDollywood FoundationFamily Counseling & Children’s Services –Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence ShelterFirst Presbyterian Church of TecumsehFirst Student, Inc.Food Bank of South Central MichiganGloria Dei Lutheran ChurchGoodwill Industries of Southeastern MichiganHospice of LenaweeHudson FoundationHudson Ministry Association- Sacred HeartI-92 Food ReliefJackson CollegeKiwanis Club of AddisonLenawee Community Mental Health AuthorityLenawee County Education FoundationLenawee County Health DepartmentLenawee County Historical Society MuseumLenawee Department on AgingLenawee Housing Development CoalitionLenawee Humane SocietyLenawee Intermediate School DistrictLenawee Medical Care FacilityLight of Christ Catholic ParishMadison High SchoolMontessori Children’s House of LenaweeCity of MorenciMorenci Food Pantry Ministerial AssociationMSU ExtensionNAMI of SE MinnesotaNeighbors of HopeOnsted Chamber of CommerceOnsted Community LibraryOnsted Kiwanis Community FoundationPortage TownshipProMedica Constance A. Farver Women’s Health CenterRead it and Reap LibraryRiver Raisin Watershed CouncilRotary Club of Adrian MorningSalvation ArmySt. Mary of Good Counsel Food PantrySt. Mary’s on the LakeSt. Paul LutheranStair Public LibraryCity of TecumsehTecumseh District Library“Act as if whatTecumseh Parks & Recreationyou do makes adifference.Tecumseh Service ClubIt does. ”University of Michigan— William JamesWeber CenterWeekend Snack SacksXi Mu GammaYMCA of Lenawee County

SCHOLARSHIPSDONORS’ BIG HEARTS AWARD SCHOLARSHIPSThe following individuals received scholarships from January 1 through December 31, 2016 from the Lenawee Community Foundation.Connor AccordSarah AllenMorgan AmeelColin AnschuetzJeffrey ArnettBrad ArrasFoster ArvidsonOliver AutreySarah BakerKatherineBartenslagerMorgan BernathAlyssa BeauchampAndrew BillingtonAaron BuecheleMary Ann BurnhamElizabeth CabreraHanna CallahanGrace CareyKiera CarpenterMonica ChicoskyAdam ClarkDavid CochranNicole CollinsKassidy ConnorsChristina CoteAlyssa CowellMikel Decker12Hannah DetrickShabrica DillardAshleigh DonaheyDerek DouglassCharlie DowneyBaylee EdwardsMichaela ElyKelsey FischerJessica FossHaley FrederickKelsey FrederickHaleigh GalnaresKellie GelminiJaymz GibsonDarrell Gotz, JrHaley GreenSamantha GriffesParker HaddenJanessa HandyEmily HarkeLogan HartmannElyssa HedrickHannah HeidbrederBrittany HeidenDaniella HessionKayli IrvineSarah JacquesJayde Kahn2016 Annual ReportThomas KaminskiKaleb KimererDylan KirnNathan KosseyJustin KuschCarly LaPlantAustin LewandowskiKeana LoftonJeremy LuceyJacob LutyAbigail MarkoJacob MasonJessica MayneKylie McGillIllyana MensahHaley MercyAlexis MiettinenHannah MillerKatherine MolitiernoMorgan MonahanAndrew MorganMatthew MuellerTyler MutterDanielle NationMeghan NiblackElla NighswanderOlivia NowakJohn H. OgdenBrittany OstJuan PaniaguaKasie ParkerKylie PerkinsKamianna PiekarekBailie PostenElliot RainsKristin RandolphJillian RebottaroAndrew RenwandLauren RichardsonEvan RisingerTea RomanowskiJordyn ScholzAnna SchmidtMadison SchnaidtShelby SchneiderCaitlyn SchulerAnna ShadleyHaven ShafferMelissa ShearCassandra SmithNoah SnyderCharles SouthwardJoseph SpenceAllyson SpoeringCheyenne SzaboCaleb ThomasAustin ThompsonDylan T. ThompsonMorgan TilleyJulia TomanLauren TrumballSarah TurnerAllison VanBrandtTyatt WagonerJaron WarnerTony WaskaJenna WeatherwaxNoelle WestBredan WhiteGrace WielfaertMegan WielfaertBrianna WiemerNicholas Wyatt 1,476,135Invested in Grants & Scholarships

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o nHelping YOU fulfill YOURTHE LENAWEE COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONASSISTS INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESSES,COMMUNITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS INACHIEVING THEIR CHARITABLE GOALSFOR OUR COMMUNITY.CHARITABLE GOALSOur commitment to you is:Honoring your values and wishes with little or noimpact on the inheritance for your heirs.Assuring your gifts are used wisely by utilizing soundfinancial and investment strategies, meeting nationalstandards, and receiving an annual audit thatdocuments a clean opinion.Sharing your passion for our community and assistingyou with fulfilling your charitable goals.HOW DO I CREATE A FUND AT THELENAWEE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION?1. Decide When to Give:You can create your fund now or establish it in your willor trust.2. Decide What to Give:Almost any kind of asset can be used to start your fund.3. Choose the Name of Your Fund:Most of our funds are named for the donor’s family, or asa memorial to someone special.4. Choose a Type of Fund:We offer a variety of funds that are flexible tomeet our donors’ different charitable interests.The Lenawee Community Foundationrecognizes that each individual, family,organization or corporation withwhom we work has unique charitableinterests and financial circumstances.Your attorney, financial planner,insurance agent, accountant ortrust officer can assist you indetermining the methods thatwill achieve your charitable goals,while receiving the maximum taxand legal advantages allowed foryour gift. You may also contact theLenawee Community Foundation at517.423.1729 for further Tocks13

LENAWEE CARES150K DecreaseOverhead– By 150,000OUR LENAWEE CARES PROMISES5%Increase fundingto local nonprofits– Up 5%Lenawee Cares was created when Lenawee United Way asked the LenaweeCommunity Foundation to take responsibility for its annual campaign andgrant-making process. Lenawee United Way members and its board, as wellas the Lenawee Community Foundation board agreed unanimously. The newfunding focus is health and human services with an emphasis on assuring thebasic needs of Lenawee residents are met. The initial campaign raised over 410,000. From this campaign, Lenawee Cares will grant over 315,000 tolocal nonprofits in 2017 -- more dollars than Lenawee United Way granted theprior year and a significantly higher percentage of the funds raised. 34,500has been moved into an endowment from which earnings will be utilized forgrants every year, forever. Additionally, the Lenawee Community Foundationholds other funds that will add 385,000 more in health and human grants,totaling more than 700,000 to be awarded to local nonprofits to serve peoplein need.PILLARS CLUB LIST“Caring for each other is what we do best inLenawee County. Whether you give financially,volunteer your time, or share your talents, youtruly care about Lenawee, and make a realdifference in the community we love.”— Shelley & Dave HickmanSpecial thanks to Shelley & Dave Hickman for chairing the Pillars Club and raising more than 217,000through gifts of 1,000 and more. We are grateful to the following generous donors: 10,000 and upFrank & Shirley DickDavid & Shelley HickmanStephen & Sally HickmanJames & Debbie Lawson 5,000 - 9,999AnonymousPat & Deb FarverJohn & Janis FossJim & Susie Kapnick 2,500 - 4,999Todd & Linda AmstutzJudith C. FrancoeurRick & Jan GurdjianDan & Billie Hupp1450%Increase % of dollarsraised given out in grants– By 50%2016 Annual ReportDoug & Mary KapnickKevin & Korinne MartiMark & Mary MurrayDoug & Londa PicklesJohn & Jeanne ThurmanBarbara Tinsler 2,000 - 2,499AnonymousRobert & Muriel BellJames & Carolyn FeldkampJames & Sue HammersmithDavid & Sara HerrimanShane & Michelle HornMichael & Nancy HerrJoseph & Paula Williams 1,500 - 1,999AnonymousStan & Bridget AmesDan Angus & JulieYaroch-AngusDr. Steve & Connie BenzAllan & Julie BrittainGarry & Su CliftSam & Kathy EngardioJim & Linda FeeneyDoug & Kathy Greenlee 1,000 – 1,499AnonymousSr. Peg Albert, O.P.Frank & Brenda BakerScott & Holleigh BakerMark Baker & Thomas KeithBill BlackerbyJohn & Carol BoyceMichael & Michele BukuGerald & Pam BurgStan & Karen CaineRobert & Lori CalkinsHank Cetola andKathie DuckworthArell & Kellie ChapmanDr. Kelly CoffinTim & Alanna CookDr. Carlton CookJacob CooperJim Cracraft

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o n15TOMORROW’S PILLARSThanks to Sara & Dave Herrimanfor chairing Tomorrow’s Pillars. TheTomorrow’s Pillars committee also included:Jen Lopez, Pat Goebel, and Kathryn Taylor.Members of Tomorrow’s Pillars make giftsbased on age ranges, as follows: 25 forcollege students; 250 up to age 30; 500ages 31-35; and 750 ages 36-40.SPECIAL THANKS TO OURCAMPAIGN CABINET:Jim Hartley,Sara Bingham Herriman*Cary CarricoJacob Cooper*Amanda Davis-ScottJulia DeJongheAllison OttErin PiferElly Sager*Nicole UnderwoodBradley Watson** Denotes individuals, who are both members of Tomorrow’s Pillars and the Pillars Club.Campaign ChairCathy DavisVanessa GomezDouglas Gray*David Herriman*Sara Johnston*Jennifer LopezBeth FergusonRoger FergusonDoug GrayPaula HoltzDave MaxwellMary MurrayLonda PicklesMegan PorterJoe WilliamsLENAWEE CARES HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES ADVISORY BOARDThe following persons are serving on the advistory board. They promote Lenawee Cares and the Foundation; developfinancial resources; and evaluate grant requests and make recommendations for funding. Their dedication is appreciated.Doug Gray, ChairKellie BergerMarne DaviesCathy DavisJohn ElchertMark HaagJim HartleyDave HerrimanSara Bingham HerrimanPaula HoltzKhris Henson JonesKatie MattisonJanis MontalvoMary MurrayChristopher PhillipsLonda PicklesJanelle StewartJoe WilliamsJeff & Delight CreechDavid & Marne DaviesRusty & Cathy DavisJeff & Beth DockingArt & Shirley DonerDiane Eddy EdgertonBill & Shirley EhnisTerry & Deborah ElliottDan & Sharronn EtterRoger & Beth FergusonDaniel & Janel GarnoDan & Brenda GordonBruce & Sue GoldsenDoug & Valerie GrayGary & Cynthia GrayJohn & Susan GruelMark & Lisa HaagMarty & Martha HallMatt & Meggan HammondJim & Deanna HartleyJames & Barbara HazenF. Denver HedgeScott & Cindy HillRick & Paula HoltzDaniel IottLee & Deb JohnsonEric & Sara JohnstonDawn KangasMike KapnickBill & Diane KenyonLisa LeaderAdolfo & Shelley LimKristin LongabaughMary MarkleMichael & Judy McAranTom & Jeanette MeyerChris & Joyce MillerChip & Cynthia MooreNancy MuellerMichael & Tiffany OlsaverJeff & Mary Lou PattersonJean PfisterJames & Amy PhilpDavid & Pamela PrayArlo & Jan QualleyBill & Deb RhodabergerTim & Brenda RobinsonBill & Barbara RossRyan & Heather RoweLance & Elly SagerMichael & JoAnn SanbornHonorable Laura SchaedlerEleanor SchippersEmory & Kristina SchmidtRoxanne SharrockSharron SheridanGary & Diane SkeelsDavid & Pat SkrzypchakNate & Kathy SmithWilliam SouthardMike & Colleen SunderlandRegis & Terese TomkoJoe & Sherri TuckeyJay & Jana VanBurenJohn & Sue WankeBradley Watson

eLenawYOUTHuncilcoFoundation ProgramseWHAT DID 53 LENAWEE YOUTH DO?Sponsored 14 college visits for local youthat Jackson & Adrian Colleges, SienaHeights, Spring Arbor, Central Michigan,Grand Valley and other universities.2 Lenawee Youth Council members & 2 advisors presentedon including youth as partners in philanthropy, leadership,and volunteering roles in their community at the nationalPoints of Light Conference on Volunteering and Service.Provided over 25,000in value in volunteerhours to improve ourcommunity.Emma Coberley (fromleft) and Rose Perkins areyouth representatives onthe Lenawee CommunityFoundation Board, whileSarah Hamilton andTamar Slovak serve on theLenawee County EducationFoundation Board.LENAWEE YOUTH COUNCIL MEMBERSHaylee ArnettJohn RiordanTatyana ByrdKaeleigh RiveraGrace CareyKaleb RiveraAlison CarpenterJanelle CarpenterCharlotte CoberleyEmma CoberleyHalla DeBruynLaura DickersonGrace FrancoeurAlexann FergusonAlexia FergusonDavid FosterOwen FrancoAshton GottschalkSarah HamiltonAhmed HammadPaige HaasAlex HanoshDylan HeadyEmeline HeadyParker HedrickAmy HigginsLENAWEE COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORKLenawee Community Foundation serves asthe fiscal backbone for the Lenawee CollegeAccess Network, a partnership of communityleaders, which promotes postsecondarycredentials and degrees, as well as militaryservice. Foundation staff and LenaweeYOUTH Council members participatein the network with the ultimate goal ofbuilding a better economy and community.The Foundation AmeriCorps*VISTA alsodedicates 20 hours each week to the LenaweeCollege Access Network.162016 Annual ReportZachary HigginsBen KangasAlex KellyNam KingsleighDanielle MacomberBrianna McCrumbTala McGeeLily MeyersTorrie MillerJosie MineffJude MineffCarson MusolfMaddie OvertonJulianna Perez216124Vince PerezRose PerkinsKatie SelenkoMatthew SindenTamar SlovakEliza SnellingJared StiverAidan TarshaRiley TarshaKatlyn TeagueJacob TrentmanCheyenne TimmermanNina Van Camp216 enrolled in the Tuition IncentiveProgram, which provides financialassistance for postsecondary education11 local school districts plus LISDTECH Center participated inCollege Application Month4 Free application Fridays coordinatedduring College Application Month

L e n a w e e C o m m u n i t y F o u n d at i o n17LENAWEE IMAGINATION LIBRARYThe Lenawee Imagination Library delivered almost 18,000books last year to children ages birth to five. Lenawee children,who were enrolled in the program, received a new book mailedto them at their home each month. The cost is approximately 30 per year for each of the nearly 1,500 children, who getto keep the books they receive. This program is made possiblethrough generous donations from local civic clubs, individuals,foundations, corporations and families.90%of brain developmentoccurs between ages 0-5125,087 312,718 17,952 1,496books deliveredsince 2010invested in bookssince 2010books deliveredin 2016children servedin 2016HUNTERS HELPING LENAWEEFounded in 2010, thisprogram of the LenaweeCommunityFoundationprovides venison to local foodpantries and meal programs.Since its inception, huntershave donated much neededprotein for our community,providingover14,000meals. We are grateful tothe hunters, who donatetheir deer for processing atKasper’s Hickory House andExact Wildlife Creations, andthe donors, whose gifts coverprocessing costs.“Volunteers do not necessarilyhave the time. They justhave the heart.”— Elizabeth AndrewEER LenNTeeawAlissa Reeder serves as an AmeriCorps*VISTA (VolunteerIn Service To America). Half of her time is dedicated toVOLUNTEER Lenawee! and the other half to the LenaweeCollege Access Network.VOLUVOLUNTEER LENAWEE!VOLUNTEER Lenawee! receives its support from the Michigan CommunityService Commision, George W. Romney Fund for Volunteerism, MichiganNonprofit Association, and generous individual donors.80 80 years betweenour youngest andoldest volunteer166166 organizations partnerwith VOLUNTEERLenawee!1One person can makea difference in thelife of another!TO GET INVOLVED OR FIND COMMUNITY RESOURCES:Visit: www.volunteerlenawee .com / Call: 517.423.1729 / E-Mail: [email protected] / Visit: 606 N. Evans St., Tecumseh

CHARITY Ball Festival of TreesHoliday Hero Presenting SponsorProMedica & ProMedica Bixbyand Herrick HospitalsDiamond Star SponsorsFarver FoundationShirley HerrickSage FoundationPlatinum Star SponsorAdrian SteelGold Star SponsorsFrank & Shirley DickShirley HerrickShelley & Dave HickmanOld National Wealth ManagementThe Steering Committee (l-r): Mary Martin, Terri Clark, Sue Hammersmith,Kris Schmidt, Cynthia Heady, & Holleigh BakerARTISTSAdrian High School Art StudentsRyan Bills, Adrian Public SchoolsMark ChatterleyStephanie Clark, Barrett’sFlowers & GardensSergio De GiustiAnnie Howard, AdrianPublic SchoolsKappa Kappa Epsilon, CindyMcKeon and Kris SchmidtMichael & Betsy Lackeyand Keith HollowayLenawee Community FoundationAndrea Miller, AdrianPublic SchoolsHelen Miller, Flowers and SuchGail PalpantAmy PhilpJulie Rhora, Great Ideas, andShelley HickmanKen Thompson, FlatlandersDavid Wren, Wren Studio182016 Annual ReportSilver Star SponsorsAnonymousBell AutomotiveMarty & Carol BootBrazeway, Inc.The J. F. Ervin FoundationJanis & John FossGleaner Life Insurance SocietyMary & Douglas KapnickKapnick Insurance GroupKrieghoff LenaweeMartin’s Home CenterKris & Emory SchmidtBronze Star SponsorsBarrett’s Flowers & Gardens, Stephanie ClarkClift Buick GMCMark ChatterleyChuck Gross, Attorney at LawCounty National BankCroswell Staff, Betsy & Michael Lackey, Keith HollowaySergio De GiustiGlycon Corp., Joanne & Jeff KuhmanGreat Ideas, Julie Rhora & Shelley HickmanGurdjian Insurance Group, Inc.Sue & James HammersmithHMI Hardwoods, LLCLenawee Community FoundationKappa Kappa Epsilon, Cindy McKeon & Kris SchmidtHelen Miller, Flowers and SuchGail PalpantAmy PhilpRachel & Mark SchaffnerKen Thompson, FlatlandersTLC Community Credit UnionDavid Wren, Wren StudioHoliday HelpersAnderson Development CompanyDr. Steve & Connie Benz

Healthy Lenawee 2020 Fund Ralph F. Helzerman, M.D Endowment Fund Herrick Endowment Fund Hudson Area Fund Thomas & Ellen Hummel Adrian Area Fund Kellogg Youth Fund V.C. & Velma Knight Memorial Fund Lenawee Cares Health & Human Services Fund Lenawee College Access Endowment Fund Morenci Area Fund Onsted Area Fund George W. Romney Fund for .