Reach for Reaching Out a Healthy Hand
of Directors Access to quality healthcare education can be limited
for people with disabilities, either due to inaccessible
programming, financial constraints, or a lack of
Larson King, LLP
available wellness opportunities that address specific
challenges faced by people experiencing disabilities.
Kari Schamber Limited access to health-promoting activities among
US Bank adults with disabilities is correlated with a higher
Vice President prevalence of chronic conditions, such as obesity,
diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, within this
Erin Kober population. In response to this issue, Reach for
Paradysz Matera Resources developed a Health and Wellness Club for
Secretary adults with disabilities that kicked off its first group
session this fall. Starting in September, ten participants Participants record fitness and
Andy Weinstein met weekly to practice healthy cooking skills, learn new health measurements and goals.
Minnesota Twins forms of exercise, take baseline fitness and wellness
Treasurer measurements, practice stress management techniques, and set goals.
Christala J.B Culhane
Choice Inc. This club is being led by REACH employees Becca Stenzel and Tu Phan, who have
backgrounds in therapeutic adaptive recreation and nutrition, respectively.
Sharla Duerre Collaboratively they have developed a targeted educational and practical health
The Lacek Group experience that is specifically designed to address the health concerns of adults with
cognitive disabilities. During the first quarter of this Health Club continued on page 2
Rural Community ANNUAL MEETING, HOLIDAY PARTY & ART SHOWCASE
Insurance Services Come help us celebrate our achievements this year and enjoy exciting works of art produced by
our clients! This is also an opportunity for you to give us feedback about the programs & services we
Gary Johnson offer, as well as submit nominations for new board members.
NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 WANTED
Minnetonka Community Center, 14600 Minnetonka Blvd. If you are interested in
Fredrikson & Byron
6:00—8:30 pm offering your skills and
Maxine Skold $5 Donation at the door suggested talents to our dynamic
Zachary Lane School Board, please call Mary
Refreshments, awards, music, art & more! Perkins at 952-988-4177 to
Jill Menke learn more.
Canadian Pacific EVERYONE WELCOME!
ADAPTIVE RECREATION REGISTRATION DEADLINES - SEE PAGE 4
Bowl-A-Thon Information…page 2
More Inside Winter Programs...pages 3 - 9
Ghostly Gala Recap… page 11
Saturday, March 24
Park Tavern Lanes
3401 Louisiana Ave S.
St. Louis Park
Register on Page 10
Everyone is Welcome!
Clients, families, and friends of Reach are invited to join us for
a morning of bowling fun and fundraising!
You may form your own bowling team of 4-5 people, or sign
up to bowl individually and we will assign you to a team.
Bowlers gather pledges or make a
donation for this fundraising event.
Minimum pledge/donation: $40
For your donation you will receive 2 bowling games,
lunch and a t-shirt.
Fabulous prizes are awarded for top pledge gatherers.
Not a bowler? With a tax-deductible donation of $15,
spectators can watch the fun and join us for lunch.
Health Club cont. from page 1
club, participants discussed nutritional concerns, fitness needs, healthy cooking methods, illness
prevention methods, and stress triggers. All club members had the opportunity each week to
practice health skills in a supportive environment, including measuring portion sizes, practicing
yoga moves, measuring heart rate, making natural personal care products, and documenting
A goal of this program is to provide participants with skills and knowledge that they can
reasonably incorporate into their current lifestyle. Developed with unique circumstances in
mind, this program addresses health concerns and challenges faced by many adults with
disabilities, and offers productive health solutions that can combat these challenges.
Additionally, this new program emphasizes goal setting and creation of a follow-up plan so that
participants continue to practice their health-improvement skills after the group concludes.
The Health and Wellness Club program will be offered again this coming Spring. For more
information about this club or to find out how to join, please contact Becca at 952-988-4176. Participants measure out
ingredients to make stress
1001 Highway 7, #235
Hopkins, MN 55305 EDUCATION, THERAPY, LEISURE ACTIVITIES
(952) 988-4177 Phone REACH is an agency that serves individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in
www.reachforresources.org the West and Northwest metro area. Services include counseling, therapy groups, community
living training and support, therapeutic recreation and leisure, information & referral.
For Adults with Mental Health Disorders and
Reach for Resources specializes in working Mild Cognitive Impairments Independent Living
with people with developmental disabilities
such as mental retardation, Down Syndrome, REACH for Resources offers Adult
autism, and mild to borderline cognitive Adults with Disabilities
Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
difficulties, and their families. We believe in a that can help you successfully live on your own
friendly, supportive, person-centered in the setting of your choice. An ARMHS case Reach Out is an in-home support
approach, and in setting personalized goals worker can teach you skills to: service for adults with disabilities who
for each client. Cope with stress, fear and anxiety want to live independently, but have
Reach accepts: Medical Assistance, Blue Find safe, affordable housing been denied access to other public
Cross Blue Shield of MN, MHP, Medica/UBH, assistance programs.
Find a job and learn job skills
Ucare, Health Partners & sliding scale private
Manage your money Clients are assigned a case manager
Develop a healthy lifestyle who can provide on-going support
To schedule an intake interview or for
Learn to use community resources with:
information on counseling options call
Lisa Rivers, MA, LP at
(952) 988-4177 or email To be eligible for REACH ARMHS you must: Daily Living Skills
firstname.lastname@example.org Have a Mental Health Diagnosis Managing Finances
Have a Mild Cognitive Disability (ie. Borderline Physical and Mental Health Issues
IQ, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Socialization
Syndrome, Learning Disability, or Traumatic
Government Benefits Application
Be 18 years or older
Regular phone Check Ins
Qualify for Medical Assistance Crisis Situations
Empowerment Group Reach Out is tailored to your
Support Group individual needs. Some fees may
Men and Women in this group learn to apply and will vary depending on
support each other, solve their own Women’s Group income, personal situation, and
problems, advocate for themselves, and eligibility for other government
This group provides an opportunity
form a strong social network. Participants
for Women (age 18 and above) assistance programs.
must arrange their own transportation and
be able to wait independently for their with borderline to mild cognitive
ride. disabilities to talk with other women Call Mary Perkins at 952-98-4177 for a Free
about their concerns and Preliminary Assessment
WHERE: Eisenhower Center experiences regarding relationships,
1001 Highway 7, Hopkins sexuality, grief and loss, or other
topics of interest.
WHEN: Tuesday, 6:30—8:00 pm
Begins January 10th Did You Know? Reach is also a SILS
If you would like to be a part of the
group, an intake is required. Call Lisa at and Waiver provider. If you are
COST: $10 952-988-4177 for more information. looking for a worker who can meet
your needs, give us a call!
An intake is required for new participants.
Call Matt at 952-988-4177 to register or to
schedule an intake. 3
Adaptive Recreation Program
The Adaptive Recreation program is a cooperative effort between REACH for Resources and the Northwest Consortium and West
Consortium of cities. Participants of the cities below are considered ―Residents‖ and given priority in registering according to the
registration deadlines at the bottom of this page.
The Northwest Consortium: Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, and Plymouth.
The West Consortium: Chanhassen, Chaska, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and St. Louis Park.
Persons not living in one of the above communities and who have not purchased a Inclusion Services
membership are considered “Non-Residents”. Persons with non-resident status will not
be allowed to register until after the Priority Registration deadline. Non-residents also Reach for Resources provides inclusion
need to add $8 to the registration fee. facilitators for individuals with disabilities who
would like to participate in their city park
Adult participants may only register for ONE social program. If you are unsure which and recreation programs. Registration for
program is the best fit for you, call Becca at 952-988-4176 these programs is done through your park
and recreation department. After
Please do not sign up unless you will be able to attend! Participants who consistently registering, contact Reach for Resources to
do not attend programs they have registered for may lose their resident status for the discuss the needs/accommodation for your-
next quarter. self or your child. We require a minimum of
two weeks notice for a successful inclusion.
If you are concerned about your program filling up quickly, please feel free to stop by
the Reach for Resources office to complete a registration form in person. The Available in: Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center,
registration form is also available on our website: www.reachforresources.org on the Chanhassen, Chaska, Crystal, Golden
Therapeutic Recreation page. Valley, Hopkins, Minnetonka, New Hope,
Robbinsdale and St. Louis Park.
You will receive a letter confirming your registration along with schedules for all
programs you have been registered for at least one week prior to the start of the
program. Call Becca at (952) 988-4176 for more
REFUNDS ARE NOT GIVEN IF YOU CANCEL 1 WEEK OR LESS BEFORE THE PROGRAM
MEMBERSHIPS NON-RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP FORM
A Non-Resident Membership option is available for For residents of cities OTHER THAN: Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center,
$200 annually for those non-resident participants Chanhassen, Chaska, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Maple Grove,
who wish to receive priority registration, Minnetonka, Plymouth or St. Louis Park. You may purchase an annual
guaranteed slots in programs* and reduced REACH membership that will give you the same benefits as residents of
those cities including priority in registration and reduced program fees.
PLEASE NOTE: Members must still pay the resident program fees in
addition to their membership fee.
Scholarships: Reach has limited scholarship funds To purchase an annual membership, please complete this form and
available to help cover the cost of this membership mail with your payment to REACH.
fee. If you would like more information regarding
scholarships or to apply, contact Becca at Name:
Guaranteed Registration 11/28/11—12/1/11: Residents
of consortium cities and Members are guaranteed a
Annual (1 payment of $200)
spot in programs if registration and payment is received
Bi-Annual, 2 payments of $100.
(REACH will bill you for the 2nd payment)
Priority Registration 12/2/11—1/1/12 Residents of consor-
tium cities and Members are given priority for open
$ Amount enclosed today
program slots on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please contact Reach at 952-988-4177 if you would like to discuss other
Open Registration 1/2/12–on: Registration is open to
Non-Residents as well as Residents and Members who
will be placed in any remaining open program slots on a
**Members/residents are guaranteed a spot in a program ONLY if they
first-come, first-served basis.
register and pay by the Guaranteed Registration Deadline**
Community Connections: A Social Play Group for Bowling
Parents and Children (ages 5-21)
Join us for fun, non-competitive bowling.
This program provides kids with disabilities an opportunity to have fun, make new You will bowl 2 games each week.
friends, and try new activities. Parents attend the program with their kids and have
the opportunity to network with other families. Each week
will have a different activity such as games, crafts, sports, North
theme days and more. This group is designed for both WHERE: Doyle’s
parent & child participation.
5000 W Broadway
WHEN: Saturday afternoons WHEN: Saturdays, Jan. 21—Mar. 10
January 28– March 3 TIME: 12:00—2:00 pm
WHERE: Elim Lutheran Church FEE: $35.00 Resident
3978 W. Broadway in Robbinsdale $43.00 Non-resident
Plus $3.00 Per Week
FEE: $40.00 Resident for Parent/Child pair
$48.00 Non-resident Parent/Child pair West
WHERE: Park Tavern
3401 Louisiana Ave S
Girls Club St Louis Park
(ages 13-21) WHEN: Saturdays, Jan. 21—Mar. 10
For young women with Asperger’s/High TIME: 9:30—11:30 am
Functioning Autism who want to meet
new friends and have fun! FEE: $35.00 Resident
WHEN: Saturday afternoons Plus $3.00 Per Week
Jan 21, Feb 18 and Mar 17
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 10
WHERE: Various locations
FEE: $30.00 Resident,
Plus additional activity fees Teen Explorers
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 10
Make new friends while trying new
activities. This is a weekly social group
that gives teens the opportunity to go to
Family concerts, restaurants, movies, plays,
sporting events, shopping and more!
Yoga WHERE: Various metro locations
Take Five Respite WHEN: Tuesdays, Jan 17—Mar. 6
This class is designed for children/teens
with disabilities and their parents to learn TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Looking for something fun to do over
yoga together. Increase attention span, FEE: $40.00 Resident
Winter Break? Come meet new friends at
focus, muscle tone and flexibility! Siblings $48.00 Non-resident
this great all-day program filled with field
welcome too. All children must be
trips, friends and fun!
accompanied by at least one adult. Plus additional activity fees
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 15
WHEN: Dec. 27—30
WHERE: St. Louis Park Rec Center
WHERE: Elim Church in Robbinsdale 3700 Monterey Dr.
TIME: 9:00 am—3:30 pm
FEE: $280 WHEN: Tuesdays
Jan. 24—Feb 28
Payment Options: Private pay, Waiver,
and CDCS. Some scholarships available. TIME: 5:45—6:45 pm
For an application, please FEE: $50 for parent/child pair
call Danielle at (952) 988-4178 $58 for non-residents
$20 for each additional person
Keep that body
moving and enjoy
the community! We
will walk at various
Adult Bowling Non-Competitive
WHERE: Various Locations Join us for fun, non-competitive
WHEN: Mondays bowling. You will bowl two games Basketball
Jan 23—Mar. 5 each week.
Have fun and get some exercise in this
TIME: 6:30 - 8:00 pm great non-competitive league!
FEE: $25.00 Resident WHERE: Doyle’s WHERE: Sabes Jewish Community Ctr
$33.00 Non-Resident 5000 W Broadway 4330 S Cedar Lake Road
Crystal Minneapolis, MN 55416
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 15 WHEN: Saturdays, Jan. 21—Mar. 10
Young Adult Group 18-26 Jan. 5—Mar 8
Adult Group 27+
TIME: 5:30 - 7:00 pm
TIME: 12:00—2:00 pm
FEE: $35.00 Resident FEE: $40.00 Resident
$43.00 Non-resident $48.00 Non-resident
Plus $3.00 Per Week
A Competitive Basketball League is offered
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 20 by the Ridgedale YMCA on Mondays. Call
Molly at 952-982-8264 for information.
WHERE: Maple Lanes
6310 Hwy 65 NE
Fridley Basketball Team
WHEN: Saturdays, Jan. 21—Mar. 10 Sponsors and
TIME: 3:00—5:00 pm
Yoga for Adults FEE: $35.00 Resident Needed!
(ages 18+) $43.00 Non-resident
Help adults with disabilities have fun
Plus $3.00 Per Week playing basketball
Relax, gain flexibility, and get in shape Program Minimum 5, Maximum 20 Full sponsorships are $275
at this great program. Contributions of any amount welcomed!
WHERE: St. Louis Park Rec. Center West Call Becca at 952-988-4176 if you would like to
3700 Monterey Dr. WHERE: Park Tavern sponsor or coach a team.
St. Louis Park 3401 Louisiana Ave S
WHEN: Tuesdays St Louis Park
Jan. 24—Feb 28 WHEN: Saturdays, Jan. 21—Mar. 10
TIME: 6:45—7:45 pm
FEE: $40.00 Resident TIME: 9:30—11:30 am
$48.00 Non-resident FEE: $35.00 Resident
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 15 $43.00 Non-resident
Plus $3.00 Per Week
6 Program Minimum 5, Maximum 20
On the Town I
Club West (west metro) and Wednesday Night Social (northwest metro)
A social group for young adults, ages 18 - 30 who are
are social programs for adults age 18 and older. Meet new friends and visit
independent and would like to explore their
with old friends while enjoying games, dances, movies, bingo, etc. community. Intake required for new participants. Call
Staff to participant ratio is 1:10 952-988-5321 to schedule intake.
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 20 (for each program) WHERE: Various locations in the Northwest &
WHEN: Every other Friday evening
Club West Wednesday Night Social Beginning mid-January
WHERE: Various west metro WHERE: Various north metro TIME: Varies with activity
locations locations FEE: $20.00 Resident , $28.00 Non-resident
WHEN: Wednesdays WHEN: Wednesdays Plus additional activity fees
Jan. 18—Mar. 7 Jan. 18—Mar. 7 Program Minimum 5, Maximum 15
TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
FEE: $40.00 Resident FEE: $40.00 Resident On the Town II
$48.00 Non-resident $48.00 Non-resident
A social group for adults, ages 31 and over, who can
Plus additional activity fee Plus additional activity fee access the community independently with minimal
supervision. Intake required for new participants. Call
952-988-5321 to schedule intake.
Dances (No Pre-registration required) Various locations in the Northwest & West
All dances are from 7-9pm WHEN: Every other Saturday evening
$5 at the door Beginning mid-January
ST. LOUIS PARK BROOKLYN PARK TIME: Varies with activity
FEE: $20.00 Resident, $28.00 Non-resident
WHEN: Jan. 20 WHEN: Friday, February 10 Plus additional activity fees
Feb. 17—Valentines Dance! WHERE: Brooklyn Park Comm. Ctr.
Program Minimum 5, Maximum 15
March 16 5600 85th Ave. N.
On the Town Transportation may be available
CHASKA depending on where you live. Cost: $35. If you have
WHERE: St. Louis Park H.S. used On the Town Transportation before,
6425 W. 33rd St. WHEN: Friday, January 27 register on page 9. New participants call
Steve at 952-988-5321 to see if you are
WHERE: Chaska Comm. Ctr.
eligible for the bus service.
Co-sponsored by Project Soar 1661 Park Ridge Drive
Join your friends for food, fun, prizes & the big game!
WHEN: Sunday, February 5th from 5:00—9:00 pm
WHERE: Brookview Golf Grill, 200 Brookview Pkwy, Golden Valley
COST: $10.00 Resident, $18 Non-resident
Register on page 9
NOTE: Residency restrictions do not apply to these programs. ALL registrations are taken on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Weekend Social Seekers
Social Seekers is a fun, age
Ventures appropriate program for teens and
young adults with Asperger’s HOLIDAY PARTY & ART
for teens 16+ & adults Syndrome or High-Functioning Autism. SHOWCASE
WHERE: The Depot Coffee House , Hopkins
DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS Come help us celebrate our
WHEN: Mondays, Jan. 9—Mar. 19
TIMES: 4:00 - 5:30 (ages 12-14) Min 4 * Max 6
achievements this year and
We will stay at a fabulous 5:45 - 7:15 (ages 15-18) Min 5 * Max 8 enjoy exciting works of art
hotel right downtown, tour created by our clients!
Macy’s 8th floor display,
WHERE: Living Waters Market & Café, Mtka
watch the Holidazzle
parade and more!! WHEN: Wednesdays, Jan. 11—Mar. 21
TIME: 5:15—6:45 (ages 19+) Min 5 * Max 12 Food, REACH Annual Awards,
WHEN: Friday, Dec. 9 at 6pm to
Dancing, Door Prizes, & More!
Sunday Dec. 11 at 11am FEE: $210.00 for 10 Sessions. $10 discount
if you pay by check or cash. Price includes
FEE: $350 for entire weekend 2 to 3 community activities in addition to the 10 Wednesday, December 7, 2011
regular sessions. Minnetonka Community Center,
14600 Minnetonka Blvd.
MALL OF AMERICA WEEKEND Returning participants should contact 6:00—8:30 pm
REACH to register. An intake is required
for new participants. Please call
(952) 988-4176. Cost: $5 donation at the door
Escape winter with a
weekend at Minnesota’s
giant mall!! We will
spend the weekend at a Please bring the exact amount—we
hotel in Bloomington and will not have any change.
spend all day Saturday
exploring the MOA!
WHEN: Friday, Mar 23rd at 6pm to
Sunday Mar 25th at 11am.
FEE: $350 for entire weekend
For more information or to register
for either of these great weekends,
please call Danielle at
Do You Have a
(952) 988-4178. Special Artistic Talent?
Display your work at the REACH Art Showcase on
December 7, 2011
We will exhibit paintings, drawings, photographs, crafts, woodworking,
sculpture or collections from REACH clients.
Contact Becca at 952-988-4176 or email@example.com
If you would like to put a piece in the exhibit.
Registration Form—Winter 2012
Advance payment is required for all programs. NO REGISTRATION AT PROGRAMS OR BY PHONE. Residents of the West & Northwest
consortium of cities and Members receive priority registration up to the deadline. Registration is then open to non-residents (unless
program is full). Guaranteed Rgstn for residents/members 11/28—12/1. Priority Rgstn 12/2—1/1. Open Rgstn 1/2—on.
Name: __ Gender: Birth date: _______ ______
Address: City/Zip: ______________Home Phone:___________________________
Alt. Phone: Email ___ _________________________ I have a Waiver I have SILS
DISABILITY/DIAGNOSIS(ES): (Please check ALL that apply)
___Developmental Disability ___Autism ___Asperger’s/PDD ___TBI ___Deafness ___Blindness ___ADD/ADHD
___ Down Syndrome ___ Cerebral Palsy ___Seizures ___Emotional/Behavior Disorder ____ Uses Wheelchair
Other Disability or Mental Health Conditions: __________________________Allergies/Medical Concerns/Diet: _______________________
Function Level of Client: ____Borderline ____Mild ____Moderate ____ Severe ____ Other: ___________________
Photo Waiver: My photo may be taken at Reach programs and used for promotional materials, unless I check below:
No, I DO NOT wish to have my photo used.
Emergency Contact: Emergency Phone:____________________________________
Social Worker: ______________________________________________________________ Social Worker’s Phone : ____________________________________
Parent(s)/Guardian(s): _______________________________________________________ Parent(s) Email: ____________________________________________
Home Address: ______________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________ Zip : ______________________
Parent(s) Primary Phone: ______________________________________________ Secondary Phone: ___________________________________________________
Annual House- $0 - $24,999 $25,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $74,999 $75,000 - 99,999
hold Income: $100,000 - $124,999 $125,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $174,999 $175,000 - $199,999 $200,000+
I, the undersigned, certify that the above information is accurate. I understand that participation in this activity is completely voluntary and the activity is being offered
for the benefit of the participant. Reach for Resources shall not be liable for any claims, injuries, or damages of whatever nature, incurred by the participant arising out
of, or connected with, the activity. On behalf of myself and the participant, I expressly forever release and discharge Reach for Resources, its agents or employees, from
any such claims, injuries or damages. I have received a copy of Notice of Privacy as required by HIPAA. I have read, understood and agree to these privacy practices.
Legal Guardian: ________________________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Adult Programs Resident/Non-Res
Youth & Special Programs Resident/Non-Res
Adult Bowling Doyle’s $35.00 / $43.00
Youth/Teen Bowling Doyle’s $35.00 / $43.00
Young Adult Bowling Doyles $35.00/ $43.00
Youth/Teen Bowling Park Tav. $35.00 / $43.00
Teen Explorers $40.00 / $48.00 Winter Adult Bowling Park Tavern $35.00 / $43.00
Family Yoga # Attending _______ $50.00 / $58.00 (+$20) 2012 Adult Bowling Maple Lanes $35.00 / $43.00
Girls Club $30.00 / $38.00 On the Town I $20.00 / $28.00
Community Connections Group $40.00/$48.00 On the Town II $20.00 / $28.00
Weekend Ventures (teens & adults) Send Me Info On the Town Transportation $35.00
Take Five Respite (ages 13-21) Send Me Info Club West $40.00 / $48.00
Superbowl Party (ages 16+) $10.00 / $18.00 Wednesday Night Social $40.00 / $48.00
Adult Yoga $40.00 / $48.00
Walking Club $25.00 / $33.00
Please mail completed form with payment to:
REACH at 1001 Highway 7, #235 Hopkins, MN 55305 No-Compete Basketball $40.00 / $48.00
Program Total: $
_____ Approved by __________ Amt Pd $_______ Ck#___________ Donation to support REACH
programs (optional): $
Cash ____ Waiver Exp___________
_____ Registered by __________
Total Enclosed: $
Date Initials _____ Schedule Sent by________
_____ Pymt Rec’d by _________
Date Initials DB Entry Member Exp. I have made arrangements with the County for Reach to
bill my Waiver directly for recreation programs. (If not, you
must pay for programs when registering)
2012 BOWL-A-THON REGISTRATION
You must be registered in order to bowl. We will send you a pledge packet
when we receive your registration form.
Registration Deadline: March 16, 2012
City: State Zip
Please register me for:
Bowling and Lunch—$40 minimum pledges or donation (Pledges should be turned in at the event)
I am bowling alone T-Shirt Size: S M L XL XXL [adult sizes only]
I am bowling with a team*
Other team members:
*(Note: ALL Team Members must fill out their own registration form)
Lunch Only—My $15 donation is enclosed (checks payable to Reach for Resources)
I am unable to participate, but enclosed is my donation of $
(checks payable to Reach for Resources)
Photo Waiver: Photos may be taken at the Bowl-A-Thon and used in Reach publications. If you DO
NOT want your photo used, initial here: No, I do not want my photo used
Thank you to all of our guests, sponsors, & volunteers for helping raise $5400 for REACH programs!
Corporate & Civic Sponsors
Best Female Costume: Judge Judy Best Male Costume: Prince
Jenny Weldon Weston Gardebring
The Goldbricks Club
Minneapolis Elks Lodge
VFW Post 494
Individual Sponsors In-Kind Donors
Dawn’s Creative Play Aerital Consulting Group
Daycare Anna Dadabo
Jeff and Maxine Skold Bell Museum of Natural History
Matt Miron Buca di Beppos Restaurant
Patrick Boley Cub Foods
Steve and Marcia Crist Dave and Busters
Tim and Piper Garmon Dickey’s BBQ Pit
Dominos Pizza Brooklyn Park
Special thanks Larissa Beck
to the Brooklyn Mad Jacks
Park Marsha Miller
Community Megan Bailey
Center and Jen Minnesota Historical Society
Gillard for Minnesota Twins
hosting the Mongo’s Grill
Ghostly Gala! Old Log Theater
Qdoba Mexican Grill
Saint Paul Saints Baseball
Sam’s Club Maple Grove
Stages Theater Company
Address Service Requested LITTLE FALLS, MN
PERMIT NO. 9
1001 Highway 7 #235
Hopkins, MN 55305
Reach For Resources Staff Give to the Max Day– November 16, 2011
Mary Perkins, LICSW
What if you could help us win $1000 just by giving 10 bucks? On
Lisa Rivers, MA, LP November 16, 2011- Give to the Max Day- you can.
Director of Counseling Services
Director of Education & Training Last year, more than 42,000 donors logged on to GiveMN.org on Give
Becca Stenzel, CTRS
Director of Recreation & Inclusion Services to the Max Day and gave over $10 million to Minnesota charities
Marketing & Fundraising within 24 hours. Together, donors like you have the power to create a
strong nonprofit community in Minnesota despite the challenging
Megan Bailey, Community Living Specialist
Larissa Beck, Asst. Dir. of Education &
Tony Boldon, Community Living Specialist
On November 16, every hour for 24 hours, $1,000 will be given to a
Dan Brown, Community Living Specialist
Jessica Cermak, Mental Health Practitioner random donor’s charity. You could be that donor! Give $1 or $100
Anna Dadabo, Community Living Specialist
and your chances will be the same! Donate at 2:00 a.m. or make
Emily Gillespie, Mental Health Practitioner
Analisa Jayasekera, Mental Health small donations throughout the day to increase your chance of
Emma Kachelmeier, Community Living
winning the ―Golden Ticket‖- a $1000 prize for Reach!
Marsha Miller, Family Housing Advocate
Brittany Schweim, Mental Health Practitioner
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Stephen Savior, Asst. Director of Recreation
Sign up to receive email delivery of the Reach Reader. You will have access to great
stories, information and our recreation program schedules approximately one week before the paper
Sarah Selseth, Community Living Specialist
copy is available in the mail!
Jamie Schroeder, Supported Employment
Specialist It’s easy! Go to our website www.reachforresources.org and use the ―Sign Up for Our Newsletter‖ tool at
Danielle Sweany, CTRS Recreation Specialist the bottom of the home page.