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					Board of Directors
Reference Manual



   2011-2012
                                               Table of Contents


Welcome Letter ................................................................................................... 3
Germantown Community Scholarship Fund History ................................................. 4
2011-2012 Board Meeting Dates ........................................................................... 5
2011-2012 Board of Directors ................................................................................ 6
2011-2012 Committee Roster ................................................................................ 7
Committees of the Board ...................................................................................... 9
2011-2012 Committee Assignments ..................................................................... 11
By-Laws of Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. ................................... 12
By-Laws Amendment .......................................................................................... 16
IRS Tax Determination Letter ............................................................................... 17
State of Wisconsin Tax Determination Letter ........................................................ 18
Policy on Accepting Scholarship Donations ........................................................... 19
Statement of Philosophy for Awarding Scholarships .............................................. 21
Educational Grant .............................................................................................. 23
Auction Profits Graph 1986 - 2011 ....................................................................... 24
Scholarships Awarded Graphs 1982 - 2011 ........................................................... 25
Scholarship Award Summary 1994-2011............................................................... 26
Historic Executive Committees ............................................................................ 28
Historic Fund Raising Activities ............................................................................ 30
Historical Membership........................................................................................ 31
Welcome Letter

September ‘11


Dear GCSF Board Members,


I wish to extend a warm welcome to each new and returning GCSF Board Member.
Thank you for giving your time and talents to the organization. With your dedication
GCSF has continued to grow fundamentally, financially and in community respect.
Together we will focus on growing the endowment fund and named scholarships,
maintaining the Dinner & Auction as the high profile event in Germantown, promoting
community awareness, and sustaining the health of the organization with active,
contributing board members and committee volunteers.
This updated copy of our GCSF Board of Directors Reference Manual is your guide for
being a well informed Board Member. It is your resource for our by-laws, current and
historical board membership and committee, and historical scholarship and financial
data. It is a tool to guide you in accepting donations, sponsorships, awarding
scholarships and recruiting new board members.
In addition to the Reference Manual, you will find the combined knowledge of our
Board of Directors to be an outstanding resource and essential component of GCSF. As
we embark on the start of an exciting new year, please use the updated Reference
Manual as well as each other to build on the goals of our past presidents and boards
of directors to award scholarships within the Germantown community.
Take some time to familiarize yourself with the contents and updates to the Reference
Manual, then forward to me any suggestions, comments or additions you might have.
I am looking forward to continuing to serve on GCSF Board of Directors, and waiting
for Awards Night when we will realize the impact we make for the Graduating Class of
2012 and beyond.


Respectfully submitted,


Deb Stresing, President
Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc

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Germantown Community Scholarship Fund History

The Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. (GCSF) is an exempt organization under Section
501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and was formed in 1981 to help local students continue their
education at a college, university, or vocational / technical school, by a donation from the Germantown
Rotary Club for $10,000 to establish the trust fund. The first Dinner & Auction fundraising event was held in
1986 to raise additional funds and community awareness. This successful event has continued on an annual
basis ever since. In 1990, the Germantown Volunteer Fire Company recognized the importance of a
community scholarship fund and donated $200,000 to GCSF, establishing a true endowment for the
organization.



The culmination of the organization’s annual efforts is the presentation of scholarships at the Germantown
High School Senior Awards Night held in May. Application forms are made available by high school guidance
offices in February and must be completed in March. Applicants are objectively rated based on the following
criteria: academic excellence, in-school activities, teacher recommendations, out-of-school activities,
employment and volunteerism. By 2010, GCSF had awarded over 1.8 million dollars through more than 1,800
scholarships. Today, scholarships are funded by endowment earnings as well as donations by businesses,
service organizations and individuals.



GCSF is overseen and managed by a dedicated group of volunteers making up the Board of Directors. The
Board of Directors uses the Compliance Guide for 501(C)(3) Public Charities, www.irs.gov/pub/irs, as a
resource and guide. All of the members of the Board are area residents and/or employees interested in the
success of our youth. GCSF does not employ paid staff members; it relies solely on the kindness and
generosity of our community.




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2011-2012 Board Meeting Dates

               Date          Time                     Event                      Location


     Wed, Sept 14, 2011    7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life Church

     Wed, Oct. 12, 2011    7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life Church

     Wed, Nov 9, 2011      7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life church

     Wed, Dec 14, 2011     7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life church

     Wed, Jan 11, 2012     7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life Church

     Sat, Jan 14, 2012     7:00 am   Item Drop off                          G’town Self Storage

     Sat. Jan 21, 2012     7:00 am   Item Drop off, Group Work Day          G’town Self Storage

     Sat, Jan 28, 2012     8:00 am   Group Work Day                         G’town Self Storage

     Tues, Feb 1, 2012     8:00 am   Addendum deadline                      Carol Miller

     Thurs, Feb 2, 2012    9:00 am   Auction Set-up                         Quilted Bear

     Thurs, Feb 2, 2012    5:00 pm   Dinner Auction                         Quilted Bear

     Wed, Feb 8, 2012      7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life Church

     Wed, Mar 14, 2012     7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life church

     Wed, April 11, 2012   7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life church

     Wed, May 9, 2012      7:00 am   Monthly Meeting Election of Officers   Life Church

     Wed, May 30, 2012     7:00 pm   Awards Night                           G-town High School

     Wed, June 13, 2012    7:00 am   Monthly Meeting                        Life church




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2011-2012 Board of Directors


Terms Concluding June 2012

Perry Benz        Scott Rasmussen
Lana Dyer         Margaret Schueller
Kenn Ferron       Larissa Sielicki
Gregg Gerschke Deb Stresing
Ann Johnson       David Towers
Jan Johnson       Greg Wait
Carol Miller      Dave Wegener
Patti Pares


Terms Concluding June 2013

Mary Blaser
Betsy DeVilbiss
Dr. Cindy Jakusz
Nancy Markowsi
Scott Scheife
John Stieve




Terms of Office

President               Two Years      Deb Stresing
Vice President          One Year       Scott Scheife
Secretary               One Year       Patti Pares
Treasurer               One Year       Ann Johnson




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2011-2012 Board Roster

    LNAME     FNAME               ADDRESS                  CITY      ZIP    HPHONE WPHONE                        E-MAIL

 Benz 1
  1.          Perry     N86 W14326 Fond Du Lac Ave       Meno Falls 53051            253-3400 pbenz@germantown.k12.wi.us
                                                                          262-251-
 Blaser
  2.          Mary      W142N10705 Wooded Hills Dr       G-town     53022 2383                mblaser@ritehite.com

 DeVilbiss
  3.   2      Betsy     N78 W14595 Appleton Ave          Meno Falls 53051          509-3259 betsy.devilbiss@cbexchange.com
                                                                                   414-
 Dyer 3
  4.          Lana      N111 W16587 Esquire Ct.          G-town     53022 255-1678 229-4702 lana@uwm.edu

 Ferron4
  5.          Kenn      W190 N11393 Carnegie Drive       G-town     53022 242-2157 255-2100 kennf@glpc.com
                                                                                   255-6001
 Gerschke
  6.  5       Gregg     846 Ravine Ridge Dr.             Colgate    53017 628-8793 ext 224 gregg.gerschke@satisloh.com

 Jakusz7
  7.          Cindy     N112 W16760 Mequon Rd.           G-town     53022 644-0335 255-7820 cindyjakusz@yahoo.com

 Johnson
  8.  8       Ann       952 Elmwood Way Ct.              Hubertus   53033 628-0241 253-3333 amj@faustel.com
                                                                          262-384-
 Johnson
  9.  9       Jan       W140 N11585 Country Air Dr.      G-town     53022 1929              goodwillgirl08@aol.com
                                                                                   414-359-
 Markowski
  10.         Nancy     W1881 Heritage Pky46 N10         G-town     53022 251-6959 3107     nancyandkevin@earthlink.net
  11.   1
 Miller 0     Carol     W168 N10726 Juniper Dr           G-town     53022 251-3787 628-5644 cmiller@server-products.com
  12. 1
 Pares 1      Patti     N122 W12777 Westwood Rd.         G-town     53022 251-8757          mpcdpares@hotmail.com
  13. 1                                                                   414-     241-8315
 Rasmussen
        2     Scott     W150 N10738 Cherry Lane          G-town     53022 378-4923 ext. 103 Rasmussen@waterstonegroup.net
  14. 1
 Scheife3     Scott     N108 W16575 Carriage Ave         G-town     53023 253-0682 238-2365 scheifes@germantownscholarship.org
  15. 1
 Schueller
        4     Margaret W173 N10755 Willow Wood Dr        G-town     53022 250-9468 853-1675 mschueller@germantownscholarship.org
  16. 1
 Sielicki5    Larissa   W159 N10560 Fieldstone Pass      G-town     53022 251-2780            lsielicki@germantownscholarship.org
  17. 1
 Stresing
        6     Deb       N97 W14608 Rimrock Rd.           G-town     53022 255-0199          dstresing@germantownscholarship.org
  18. 1                                                                            414-
 Stieve 7     John      N108 W15479 Bel Aire Lane        G-town     53022 255-4727 203-5236 john.stieve@willis.com
  19. 1
 Wait 9       Greg      W164 N11038 Kings Way            G-town     53022 250-9324 240-0919 gwait@falconsrock.com
  20. 2                                                                            414-
 Wegener0     David     W148 N10161 Windsong Circle E.   G-town     53022 251-7408 410-4050 wegenerd@mtmary.edu
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                                              Sub Committee and / or Other Contacts



Bast          Ron       W201 N13900 Fond Du Lac          Richfield   53076 677-3282           ron@ritewaybus.com
Goetz-
Krumenauer    Barb      W162 N10481 Auburn Lane          G-Town      53022 253-0623           Getkrum18@sbcglobal.net

Heinzelmann   Lenore    N108 W15303 Bel Aire Lane        G-town      53022 263-0269   352-9480 rlhein@sbcglobal.net
                                                                           262-255-   414-588-
Jewell        Diane     W150 N11000 Dogwood Court        G-town      53022 0980       5023     didijewell@aol.com
                                                                           262-253-   262-251-
Keller        Mary      W158 N10796 Catskill Lane        G-town      53022 0740       7410     MaryKeller59@sbcglobal.net
                        Mahalko Family Chiropractic
                        N112 W15237 Mequon Road
Mahalko       Dr. Ben   Suite 200                        G-town      53022            255-7125 drben@mahalkochiropractic.com

Peplinski     Bonnie
                                                                           262-623-
Rodriguaz     Shari     N98 W14708 Elmwood Drive         G-town      53022 1783               Shari9697@gmail.com

Siebers       Sandy     N140 W18170 Cedar Lane           Richfield   53076 677-1765           sandy.siebers@huhs.org

Snow          Bob       W148 N12301 Pleasant View Dr     G-town      53022 251-3016 896-8242 bnlsnow@att.net

Snow          Lori      W148 N12301 Pleasant View Dr     G-town      53022 251-3016           bnlsnow@att.net
                                                                           253-
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Stefanski     Ron       W144 N10268 Raintree Drive       G-town      53022 1454              rstefanski@wi.rr.com
                                                                                    414-708-
Wait          Jodi      W164 N11038 Kings Way            G-town      53022 250-9324 2919     jgwait@wi.rr.com
                                                                                    262-388-
Webster       Katie     W164 N10544 Timberline Crt.      G-town      53022 253-3659 3403     Harleybikes_3000@yahoo.com
                                                                                    414-805-
West          Nancy     W159 N10563 Fieldstone Pass      G-town      53022 255-7648 4960     Dwest6@wi.rr.com




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Committees of the Board

Finance Committee
Chairperson appointed by President. Treasurer is assigned to this committee and will include the President and 1-2
additional persons.
Work includes:
         Reviewing quarterly reports and investment performance of the Trust company, currently M & I
            Investment Corporation, Milwaukee.
         Recommends appointment of Trust Company.
         Performs compliance work, prepares the annual report and presents it to the Board of Directors.
         Committee meets in early November to review the annual report.
         Responsible for all accounting activities including the First Bank, Germantown debit /credit accounts.
         Responsible for development and implementation of the GCSF Spending Policy


Dinner & Auction Committee
Chairperson and co-chair appointed by the President.
Committee Members: All members of the GCSF Board of Directors and 4-6 committee members
Committee work begins with a Planning and Member/Task Assignment Meeting in summer. The October
board meeting will serve as the kick-off for the dinner auction activities through the date of the event and
conclude with a post-auction evaluation.
Lead persons are assigned as necessary to support the following activities:
           1. Venue
           2. Publicity
           3. Database management
           4. NHS student volunteer management
           5. Mailings
           6. Auction sponsors
           7. Item donations
           8. Auction booklet
           9. Invitations
           10. Printing needs
           11. Attendees management
           12. Pre-auction Set up; three Saturdays prior to event
           13. Decorations
           14. Guest Welcome
           15. Endowment Donations
           16. Raffles
           17. Valentine/Jewelry Table, GHS Student Crafted Items
           18. Verbal Auction: Coordinate with auctioneer and staff
           19. Cash/credit handling
           20. Final Auction Report
 Fundraising
Chairperson appointed by the President. This committee will normally include approximately 5-6 additional Board
Members. Committee work begins in September and continues through May. The Committee is responsible for
organization of raising funds for scholarships.
Work includes:
         Creative fundraising
         Direct solicitation to businesses for scholarships, follow-up, etc.
         Direct solicitation to alumni
         Contact past contributors


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IT Committee
Chairperson appointed by the President. This committee directs and coordinates activities related to the development
and maintenance of the GCSF website, donor database, contact management database, scholarship database and event
attendee database. The committee will consult with Fundraising, Public Relations, Auction and Scholarship Committees
to determine data processing requirements and needs and will apply knowledge of system capacity to determine
feasibility of projects. The committee will maintain all hardware and software and provide recommendations for
upgrades, as needed, to the Board to maintain efficient operation.


Public Information
Chairperson appointed by the President. This committee will normally include approximately 6-7 additional Board
Members. Committee work begins in August and continues through June. This committee focuses on increasing
awareness of the GCSF through several media channels.
Work includes:
         Securing media coverage of annual dinner auction, fundraising events and scholarship awards night.
         Keeping historical library of press releases, media articles, auction tickets and booklet, and scholarship
            awards night program.
         Communicating with parents and students through electronic mail
         Creating and distributing a general Brochure / literature packet.
         Ensuring the Scholarship Planner is made available to all students annually.
         Creating displays at community locations ie Public Library, Germantown High School
         Utilizing the Public Announcement Board for events
         Design/Print of public documents that are consistent and professionally presented, representative of the
            quality of the organization



Scholarship / Awards Night
Chairperson appointed by the President. This committee will normally include approximately 5-6 Board Members.
Board members may not serve on the Scholarship Committee if they have a son or daughter who is a current high
school senior and who will be submitting a scholarship application. Committee work begins in October and continues
through June.
Work includes:
         Setting and implementing scholarship guidelines, including revision and administration of the scholarship
            application process.
         Scoring of applications, including follow up with teachers, coaches, etc.
         Appointing scholarships to recipients.
         Coordination of senior awards night, along with help of GHS.




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2011-2012 Committee Assignments


Executive Committee
 Chairperson:    Deb Stresing
                                                       IT Committee
 Members:        Gregg Gerschke
                                                       Chairperson:     Scott Scheife
                 Ann Johnson
                                                       Members:         Larissa Sielicki
                 Carol Miller
                                                                        Deb Stresing
                 Patti Pares
                 Scott Rasmussen
                 Scott Scheife                         Public
                 Larissa Sielicki                      Information
                 Greg Wait                               Chairperson:   Larissa Sielicki
                                                         Members:       Betsy DeVilbiss
                                                                        Lana Dyer
                                                                        Nancy Markowski
                                                                        Mary Keller
Dinner & Auction Committee                                              Scott Scheife
 Chairperson:    Carol Miller                                           Deb Stresing
                 All GCSF Board Members
 Members:        Mary Blaser
                    Nealy Fraser
                    Shari Rodriguaz
Finance Committee                                      Scholarship
 Chairperson:    Greg Wait                             Committee
 Members:        Kenn Ferron                             Chairperson:   Gregg Gerschke
                 Ann Johnson                             Members:       Perry Benz
                                                                        Cindy Jakusz
                 Deb Stresing                                           Ann Johnson
                                                                        Ron Stefanski
                                                                        Deb Stresing
Fundraising Committee                                                   Craig Vance
 Chairperson:    Scott Rasmussen                                        Dave Wegener
 Members:        Jan Johnson
                 Carol Miller
                 Margaret Schueller
                 John Stieve




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By-Laws of Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc.

ARTICLE I

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

SECTION 1
General Powers. The affairs of the corporation shall be managed by its Board of Directors.


SECTION 2.
Number, Tenure and Qualifications. The Board of Directors shall be self-perpetuating, and shall not exceed twenty-five
(25) directors, nor less than three (3) directors. The directors shall be divided into classes with qualifications and terms
as follows: The directors shall be divided into two (2) classes of not more than thirteen (13); with the terms expiring at
the first and second annual meetings of the Board of Directors, respectively. Those persons recommended to be
members of the Board of Directors, by the Executive Committee, shall be seated for a two (2) year term at the annual
meeting. The annual meeting of the Board of Directors shall be that meeting held in June of each year. Any adult may
serve as a director of the corporation, and the Board shall have the power to appoint a non-voting student member.
The number of directors may be increased at any time by an affirmative vote of the majority of the Board, and second
group. The President of the Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. shall designate which members of the
Board shall be in Class I and Class II, above, and his or her designation shall be final.


SECTION 3.
Annual and Other Regular Meetings A regular annual meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held on the regular
meeting date in the month of June of each year at the time designated for that meeting, at the principal office of the
corporation, or at such other time, date and place as may be fixed by or under the authority of the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors shall provide, by resolution, the time and place for the holding of regular meetings without other
notice than such a resolution.


SECTION 4.
Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be held at any time on the call of the President. Any
such meetings shall be held at the principal office of the corporation unless some other place is designated in the notice
thereof.


SECTION 5.
Notice. Notice of any special meetings shall be given by oral or written notice delivered personally to each director at
least twenty-four (24) hours previously thereto, or by written notice mailed or telegraphed to each director at least
seventy-two (72) hours previously thereto. If mailed, such notice shall be deemed to be delivered when deposited in
the United States mail so addressed, with postage therein prepaid. If such notice is given by telegram, it shall be
deemed to be delivered when the telegram is delivered to the telegraph company. Any director may waive notice of
any meeting. The attendance of a director at a meeting shall constitute a waiver of notice of that meeting, except
where a director attends a meeting for the express purpose of objecting to the transaction of any business because the
meeting is not lawfully called or convened. Neither the business to be transacted at, nor the purpose of, any regular or
special meeting of the Board of Directors need be specified in the notice of waiver or notice of such meeting.


SECTION 6.
Quorum. A majority of the number of directors fixed by Section 2 of this Article I shall constitute a quorum for the
transaction of affairs at any meeting of the Board of Directors. If a quorum is not present at a meeting, a majority of the
directors present may adjourn the meeting from time to time without further notice.

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SECTION 7.
Manner of Acting. Except as otherwise provided by these By-Laws, the act of the majority of the directors present at a
meeting at which a quorum is present shall be the act of the Board of Directors, unless the act of a greater number is
required by the Wisconsin Nonstock Corporation Law.


SECTION 8.
Presumption of Assent. A director of the corporation who is present at a meeting of the Board of Directors, or a
committee thereof at which action on any corporate matter is taken shall be presumed to have assented to the action
taken unless his dissent shall be entered in the minutes of the meeting or unless he shall file his written dissent to such
action with the person acting as the Secretary of the meeting before the adjournment thereof or shall forward such
dissent by registered mail to the Secretary of the corporation immediately after the adjournment of such meeting. Such
right to dissent shall not apply to a director who voted in favor of such action.



ARTICLE II.
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

SECTION 1.
Number and Term of Office. The principle officers of the corporation shall be a President, a Vice President, a Secretary
and a Treasurer. All officers shall be elected by the Board of Directors at its annual meeting. Each officer, other than
the president, shall serve a one (1) year term, and shall act until a successor is duly elected. The president shall serve a
term of two (2) years.


SECTION 2.
Vacancies. Should any office of the corporation be vacant for any reason, it shall be promptly filled by the Board of
Directors.


SECTION 3.
The President. The President shall be the principle executive officer of the corporation and, subject to the control of the
Board of Directors, shall in general, supervise and control all of the affairs of the corporation. He may sign, with the
Secretary or any other proper officer of the corporation thereunto authorized by the Board of Directors, any deeds,
mortgages, bonds, contracts, or other instruments which the Board of Directors has authorized to be executed, except
in cases where the signing and executing thereof shall be expressly delegated by the Board of Directors or by these By-
Laws to some other officer or agent of the corporation, or shall be required by law to be otherwise signed or executed;
and in general shall perform all duties incident to the office of the President, and such other duties as may be prescribed
by the Board of Directors from time to time.


SECTION 4.
The Vice President. In the absence of the President, the Vice President shall perform the duties of the President, and
when so acting shall have all the powers of and be subject to all the restrictions upon the President. The Vice President
shall perform such other duties as from time to time may be assigned to him by the President or by the Board of
Directors.


SECTION 5.
The Secretary. The Secretary shall: (a) keep the minutes of the Board of Directors' meetings in one or more books
provided for that purpose; (b) see that all notices are duly given in accordance with the provisions of these By-Laws or
as required by law; (c) be custodian of the corporate records; and (d) in general, perform all duties incident to the office
of Secretary and such other duties as from time to time may be assigned to him by the President or by the Board of
Directors.


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SECTION 6.
The Treasurer. If required by the Board of Directors, the Treasurer shall give a bond for the faithful discharge of his
duties in such sum and with such surety or sureties as the Board of Directors shall determine. S/He shall: (a) have
charge and custody of and be responsible for all funds and the securities of the corporation: receive and give receipts
for moneys due and payable to the corporation from any source whatsoever and deposit all such moneys as shall be
selected by the Board of Directors; and (b) in general perform all of the duties as from time to time may be assigned to
him by the President or by the Board of Directors.


SECTION 7.
Other Assistant and Acting Officers. The Board of Directors shall have the power to appoint any person to act as
assistant to the Secretary or the Treasurer, or to perform the duties of such officer whenever for any reason it is
impracticable for such officer to act personally, and such assistant or acting officer so appointed by the Board of
Directors shall have the power to perform all duties of the office to which he is so appointed to be assistant, or as to
which he is so appointed to act, except as such power may be otherwise defined or restricted by the Board of Directors.


SECTION 8.
Additional Officers. Any additional officers and administrative employees not specified above shall have only such
authority, duties and responsibilities as shall be specifically authorized and designated by the Board of Directors.



ARTICLE III.
COMMITTEES

The Board of Directors shall have authority to provide for and delegate authority to appropriate committees made up
from the Board and the members. No Director or member may serve on any committee where the action of such
committee may directly or inure to the benefit of such Director or member.



ARTICLE IV.
INFORMAL ACTION BY DIRECTORS

Any action required by the Articles of Incorporation or By-Laws of the corporation, or any provisions of law, to be taken
at a meeting, or any other action which may be taken at a meeting, may be taken without a meeting if a consent in
writing setting fourth the action so taken shall be signed by all of the directors entitled to vote with respect to the
subject matter thereof. Such consent shall have the same force and effect as a unanimous vote.



ARTICLE V.
WAIVER OF NOTICE

Whenever any notice whatsoever is required to be given under the provisions of the Wisconsin Nonstock Corporation
Law or under the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation or By-Laws of the corporation, a waiver thereof in writing,
signed at any time by the person or persons entitled to such notice, shall be deemed equivalent to the giving of such
notice.



ARTICLE VI.
MISCELLANEOUS

SECTION 1.
Investments. The funds and property of the corporation unless specifically otherwise provided by a deed, gift, bequest,
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devise, grant or contribution, may be made in real estate, both improved and unimproved, in tangible or intangible
personal property and or in securities of one or more types as may be authorized by the Board of Directors from time to
time.


SECTION 2.
Corporate Seal. The corporation shall have no corporate seal.


SECTION 3.
Scholarship Eligibility. In order for a student to be eligible for scholarship money, that student must have completed
one (1) semester of school successfully, and be enrolled in a second semester within two and one-half (2 1/2) years of
the date of the award of the scholarship; otherwise the money designated for that particular scholarship will revert to
the trust fund.


SECTION 4.
Contributions. All contributions of less that $100.00 will be combined with those funds raised by the Germantown
Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. and shall be divided into scholarships and/or trust as the Germantown Community
Scholarship Fund, Inc. deems appropriate.


SECTION 5.
Memorials. Memorials received by the Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc., that are not specifically
designated as scholarships, will be placed in the trust fund and remain as a permanent memorial. Permanent memorials
will be listed yearly as trust donors.



ARTICLE VII.
FISCAL YEAR AMENDMENTS

SECTION 1.
Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the corporation shall begin on July 1 of each year and end on June 30 of the following
year.


SECTION 2.
Amendments. These By-Laws may be amended by resolution of the Board of Directors, duly adopted under the
provisions hereof.




Amended June 20, 1986.




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By-Laws Amendment

Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc
June 9, 2004
Amendment: Article 1, Section 2, Number, Tenure and Qualifications.


By a majority vote, the number of directors has been increased to 27 and for the President to determine the
appropriate terms.


Submitted by:    Carol Miller
                 President
                 August 20, 2004




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IRS Tax Determination Letter




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State of Wisconsin Tax Determination Letter




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Policy on Accepting Scholarship Donations

The Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. has served as a "clearing house" of sorts in the awarding of
community scholarships since 1981. Funds for scholarships have been generated in two distinct ways: board sponsored
fund-raisers and contributions solicited from individuals and businesses. Money raised by the board's fund-raising
activities has been allocated to annual scholarships and investment in the fund. Donations from individuals and
businesses come as either annual or one-time gifts. Annual gifts tend to be given out, in full, as scholarships each year.
One-time gifts, depending on their size, may be either one-time scholarships or annual awards.
The board applies the following guidelines in accepting scholarship donations:
         The Germantown Community Scholarship Board reserves the right to refuse a donation it determines to be
         inappropriate to the goals and objectives of the organization.
         Donors may make undesignated gifts to be used by the board as it sees fit. Undesignated gifts are tax
         deductible.
         Donors may designate general criteria that must be met for the recipient to receive that award. The
         scholarship is listed in the donor's name, but the selection and disbursement are executed by the Scholarship
         Committee and the board. Examples are the Germantown Little League, Amy Belle School, and the
         Germantown Volunteer Fire Company. A designated gift which does not stipulate a specific recipient is tax
         deductible.
         In the event that there are no eligible candidates based on the stated criteria of the donor; moneys will be
         either returned to the donor or forwarded to the general fund for future scholarships. Donors will be
         contacted if this unlikely situation should arise.
         The Germantown Community Scholarship Fund will not accept gifts from non-school groups or organizations
         that stipulate specific recipients.
Germantown High School groups recognized by the district as school sponsored co-curricular activities may request that
the GCSF Board hold and distribute scholarships to specific students whom they have selected. High school groups such
as the Choir, Football Team, VICA, and Student Council fall within this category. It is possible that a student who has
submitted an application and is selected for a GCSF scholarship could also be named by one of these groups for a
separate scholarship. In the event that the student does not attend school, the moneys revert back to the Germantown
Community Scholarship Fund.
Donors who do not chose to use the GCSF Board as a mechanism for awarding scholarships may still do so at the annual
Awards Night.
Scholarships which come from post-secondary schools, military organizations, local, state, or national scholarship
organizations will be reviewed by the Germantown High School guidance staff as to the appropriateness of their
inclusion in the Awards Night. The Guidance Director will coordinate invitations and information for these groups.
All other scholarship groups must contact the Treasurer, President, or Chair of the Scholarship Committee of the
Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. Board regarding inclusion in the Awards Night program.
Donors who make contributions to the GCS Fund with or without stipulations are asking the board to perform the
following:
         Hold the scholarship money, while earning interest for the fund, and disburse, if appropriate, at the designated
         time.
         Select the scholarship candidate using stated criteria of the donor, if provided, and/or stated standard
         scholarship applicant guidelines outlined by the Scholarship Review Committee of the board.
         Take receipt of undispersed scholarship moneys and reinvestment into the GCS fund without further
         stipulations.
The Treasurer of the GCSF must receive the scholarship proceeds by April 30th in order to award them at the May

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Awards Night. This will allow adequate time to confirm the scholarship. The Awards Night is generally held the
Wednesday before Memorial Day. Donors who are unable to make payment by April 30th will have their scholarship
included in the next year’s competition. Proceeds should be forwarded to:
                                 Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc.
                                 W180 N11501 River Lane
                                 Germantown, WI 53022
Donors should consult with their tax advisor regarding the deductibility of their donation.


Process For Holding and Dispersing Funds

The Treasurer or Assistant Treasurer will deposit money donated for scholarships in the Germantown Community
Scholarship Fund. Interest earned by these funds are the assets of the fund. The Assistant Treasurer coordinates the
disbursement of scholarships each January. Any scholarship money that goes unclaimed, according to the disbursement
eligibility timeline, will revert back to the general fund.




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Statement of Philosophy for Awarding Scholarships

APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY
The following guidelines must be met at the time of application for a student to be considered for a scholarship:
            Student must be a legal resident of the Village of Germantown or be enrolled at Germantown High School
            Student must be enrolled in his/her senior year of high school with projected graduation by June 30th of
             the year of application
            Student must complete all sections of the Germantown Scholarship Application


APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications are available in the Germantown High School Guidance Office each March. The deadline for returning
completed applications is March 31st. Students are requested to complete information about their post-secondary
education plans, high school extra curricular activities, out of school activities, volunteer activities, and paid
employment. All requested information pertains to the student's high school years. In addition, cumulative grade point
average and advanced placement course work is reported by the high school guidance office. Students are required to
solicit six (6) recommendations from their teachers. Three (3) must be from senior year, two (2) from junior year, and
one of their choice. Teachers return recommendations directly to the guidance office.


PHILOSOPHY AND EVALUATION PROCESS
The Board of Directors of the Germantown Community Scholarship Find, Inc. appoints a Scholarship Committee to
administer and evaluate applications in conjunction with the High School Guidance Staff. Board members are not
permitted to serve on the Scholarship Committee during the time that their children are attending high school. The
philosophy of the Board in awarding scholarships is to identify those students who excel both in their academic,
volunteer and extra curricular activities. All applications are anonymous during the review process. Committee
members do not know the identity of the applicants during the scoring process. Applications are scored using a
weighted distribution between three sections: Academic Background, In School and Out of School Activities. Applicants
can earn a potential total score of 100 points. A maximum of 50 points is awarded for Academic Background and 25
points each for In School and Out of School Activities respectively. Applicants are expected to complete all sections of
the application with honesty and integrity.


The Committee has established the following verification process for each section of the application:
       Academic Section: Completed by the Guidance Staff reporting the student's cumulative grade point average,
        advanced placement courses, and submitted teacher evaluations. Teacher evaluations are confidential and are
        not shared with students. The Committee totals the number of points from the six teacher evaluations.
       In School Section: Scored by the Scholarship Committee cross referencing participation lists for all
        Germantown High School Activities for the previous four year period. The committee also reserves the right to
        verify information submitted by applicants.
       Out of School Section: Scored by the Scholarship Committee. Students list a contact person and phone
        number for each activity or employment experience. The committee also reserves the right to verify
        information submitted by applicants.
All three sections of the application are scored and crosschecked before entering the data into the Germantown High
School Guidance Office computer. A computer program totals the scores for each section and produces a total score
and ranking.


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SELECTION OF AWARD RECIPIENTS
The Committee submits to the Board of Directors the results of scoring the applications. The Board then determines the
total number of scholarships and amounts to be awarded based on available funds for that year. The largest award goes
to the student with the highest score. Subsequent awards are made in the order of their ranking.


ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULTS
Scholarships are awarded at the Germantown High School Senior Scholarship Night in May. Recipients will be notified
by mail in early May of their award and are expected to attend.
Scholarships are one-time awards and are not renewable
Scholarship checks are issued in January following verification of fall enrollment and registration for the spring term.


SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY
According to the bylaws of the Germantown Community Scholarship fund, Inc. Article VI, Section 3: In order for a
student to be eligible for scholarship money, that student must have completed one (1) semester of school successfully,
and be enrolled in a second semester within two and one-half (2 1/2) years of the date of the award of the scholarship;
otherwise the money designated for that particular scholarship will revert to the trust fund.


ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES
Students receiving full scholarships from any source (one that includes full tuition and room and board for all four years
of education) will be ineligible to receive a Germantown Community Scholarship Fund Scholarship. This information is
solicited on the application form and verified by the Committee.
Scholarships will be awarded for full-time, post secondary enrollment only.




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Educational Grant

The Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. also recognizes Germantown School District teachers for their
efforts in helping students develop.
To successfully help students grow, teachers must broaden their knowledge through continuing education, conferences
and workshops. Limited district funding may preclude teachers from attempting new and creative methods of
improving students' academic performance and classroom experience. To help lessen the financial burden of continuing
education and to encourage innovative classroom projects, grants of up to $500.00 are available to reimburse
Germantown High School teachers for costs incurred in connection with attending professional development courses or
implementing classroom and educational programs.
The Scholarship Committee will review all grant requests submitted by the deadline and select the grant recipients
based on criteria established by the Committee from time to time. Grant recipients will be notified of the award and
announced at the annual Scholarship Awards Night in May.
The number and amount of grants available will be determined each year by the Board of Directors of the Germantown
Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. No grant may exceed $500.00 without the approval of the Board of Directors of the
Germantown Community Scholarship Fund, Inc., and the Board may, from time to time, establish or modify the
guidelines to be followed in connection with the grant program. Groups of teachers may apply for grants for a
collaborative project involving all of said teachers.
Unless otherwise agreed by the Scholarship Committee, grants will be used to reimburse a teacher for costs incurred
upon submission of appropriate documentation evidencing the costs so incurred and costs will not be advanced prior to
said costs being incurred.




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Auction Profits Graph 1986 - 2011




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Scholarships Awarded Graphs 1982 - 2011




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Scholarship Award Summary 1994-2011


              2010   140 Applicants
                      41 GCSF Scholarships totaling $61,500
                      34 Named scholarships totaling $34,000
                      5 Firemen’s Endowment totaling $7,500
                      80 Awards totaling $103,000
              2009   110 Applicants
                      38 GCSF Scholarships totaling $55,750
                      34 Named scholarships totaling $34,450
                       5 Firemen’s Endowment totaling $7,500
                      77 Awards totaling $97,700
              2008   106 Applicants
                     32 GCSF Scholarships totaling $56,000
                     41 Other scholarships totaling $44,750
                     73 Awards totaling $100,750
              2007   98 Applicants
                     35 GCSF Scholarships totaling $61,250
                     40 Other scholarship totaling $46,500
                     75 Awards totaling $107,750
              2006   99 Applicants
                     34 GCSF Scholarships totaling $51,000
                     38 Other scholarships totaling $50,750
                     72 Awards totaling $101,750
              2005   99 Applicants
                     42 GCSF Scholarships totaling $52,400
                     29 Other Scholarships totaling $25,850
                     71 Awards totaling $78,250
              2004   106 Applicants
                     21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $37,000
                     31 Other Scholarships totaling $29,500
                     52 Awards totaling $66,500
              2003   99 Applicants
                     29 GCSF Scholarships totaling $49,000
                     24 Other Scholarships totaling $24,250

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       53 Awards totaling $73,250
2002   80 Applicants
       22 GCSF Scholarships totaling $33,250
       43 Other Scholarships totaling $31,750
       65 Awards totaling $65,000
2001   97 Applicants
       30 GCSF Scholarships totaling $41,500
       53 Other Scholarships totaling $42,000
       83 Awards totaling $83,500
2000   104 Applicants
       32 GCSF Scholarships totaling $44,750
       43 Other Scholarships totaling $43,550
       75 Awards totaling $88,300
1999   99 Applicants
       21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $34,000
       57 Other Scholarships totaling $54,550
       78 Awards totaling $88,550
1998   89 Applicants
       __ GCSF Scholarships totaling $_______
       __ Other Scholarships totaling $_______
       __ Awards totaling $98,100
1997   87 Applicants
       21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $47,250
       46 Other Scholarships totaling $30,650
       67 Awards totaling $77,900
1996   88 Applicants
       21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $44,500
       41 Other Scholarships totaling $21,850
       62 Awards totaling $66,350
1995   90 Applicants
       21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $39,000
       46 Other Scholarships totaling $25,270
       67 Awards totaling $64,270
1994   84 Applicants
       21 GCSF Scholarships totaling $35,000
       44 Other Scholarships totaling $20,050
       65 Awards totaling $55,020

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Historic Executive Committees

    Year        President          Vice President        Treasurer           Secretary

    1981-82     Knight Valind      Robert Swoboda        Lonnette Richards   Maria Cancellier

    1982-83     Barbara Janzen     Craig Baumann         Lonnette Richards   Sandy Summ

    1983-84     John Roever        Barbara Janzen        Lonnette Richards   Barbara Krumins

    1984-85     John Roever        Barbara Janzen        Lonnette Richards   Barbara Krumins

    1985-86     Ron Bast           Barbara Janzen        Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1986-87     Ron Bast           Barbara Janzen        Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1987-88     Ron Bast           Barbara Janzen        Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1988-89     Ron Bast           Jackie Schroeder      Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1989-90     Jackie Schroeder   Carol Wehrman         Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1990-91     Jackie Schroeder   Carol Wehrman         Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1991-92     Ron Bast           Tom Albiero           Lonnette Richards   Adrianne Lemburg

    1992-93     Ron Bast           Tom Albiero           Kenn Ferron         Linda Kroeger

    1993-94     Tom Albiero        Roland Pieper         Kenn Ferron         Carol Wehrman

    1994-95     Tom Albiero        Roland Pieper         Kenn Ferron         Carol Wehrman

    1995-96     Roland Pieper      Mary Wiedmeyer        Kenn Ferron         David Wegener

    1996-97     Roland Pieper      Mary Wiedmeyer        Kenn Ferron         David Wegener

    1997-98     Mary Wiedmeyer     Vacant                Kenn Ferron         David Wegener

    1998-99     Mary Wiedmeyer     Vacant                Kenn Ferron         David Wegener

    1999-2000   Mary Wiedmeyer     Laurie Newman         Kenn Ferron         Bob Snow

    2000-2001   Laurie Newman      Vacant                Kenn Ferron         Bob Snow

    2001-2002   Laurie Newman      Jennifer Miller       Kenn Ferron         Bob Snow

    2002-2003   Jennifer Miller    Vacant                Kenn Ferron         Bob Snow

    2004-2005   Carol Miller       Vacant                Kathryn Gettelman   Christina Ellis

    2005-2006   Carol Miller       Vacant                Kathryn Gettelman   Christina Ellis

    2006-2007   Carol Miller       Vacant                Brian Ketterhagen   Christina Ellis

    2007-2008   Carol Miller       Vacant                Brian Ketterhagen   Christina Ellis

    2008-2009   Carol Miller       Vacant                Deb DesRoches       Christina Ellis
    2009-2010   Carol Miller       Vacant                Ann Johnson         Deb Stresing
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Year        President      Vice President        Treasurer     Secretary

2010-2011   Deb Stresing   Scott Scheife         Ann Johnson   Patti Pares
2011-2012   Deb Stresing   Scott Scheife         Ann Johnson   Patti Pares




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 Historic Fund Raising Activities

Year                               Event                                 Location         Date
2009   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
2008   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
2007   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
2006   Auction Dinner-kickoff of $100,000,000 endowment campaign   Quilted Bear         February
2005   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
2004   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
2003   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
2002   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
2001   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
2000   Auction Dinner Warhawk Raffle                               Quilted Bear         February
1999   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
1998   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
1997   Auction Dinner Germantown Afghan Sale                       Quilted Bear         February
1996   Auction Dinner Germantown Afghan Sale                       Quilted Bear         February
1995   Auction Dinner Car Raffle                                   Quilted Bear         February
1994   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
1993   Auction Dinner                                              Quilted Bear         February
1992   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Country Inn   February
1991   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Country Inn   February
1990   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Country Inn   February
1989   Auction Dinner Quilt Show                                   Etzels Country Inn   February
1988   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Country Inn   February
1987   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Country Inn   February
1986   Auction Dinner                                              Etzels Inn           February
1986   Golf Open House                                             Kettle Hills         Oct. 4-5
1985   Flea Market

1984   Dunk Tank

1984   Donkey Basketball

1983   Flea Market

1982   Light Bulb Sale

1981   Candy and Pizza Sale


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Historical Membership


                   Name           Time on Board                     Positions Held
                                                        President, 1993-95
           Albeiro, Dr. Thomas    1985-2005
                                                        Vice President, 1990-92
           Ardellini, Amy         1984-1985             NHS Student Representative
           Barnes, Janet          2001–2006             GHS Principal
                                                        Annual Dinner Auctioneer
           Bast, Ron              1981-1989
                                                        President, 1985-89, 1991-93
           Baumann, Dr Craig.     1981                  Charter Member, Vice President 1982-83
           Benz, Perry            2002-present          GHS Guidance
           Binzak, James          1981                  Charter Member
           Bielmeir, Susan        1987-1988             NHS Student Representative
           Birchbauer, Dr. Lou    1990-2001             Germantown School District, Superintendent
           Blackburn, James       2006-2007             GHS Principal
           Blaser, Mary           2011-Present
           Braun, Sue             1998-2002
           Brown, Deb             1997-2002
           Brummer, Les           2004
           Burch, Andy            1997-1998             NHS Student Representative
           Burch, Sue             1985
           Carothers, Dr. Chuck   1992-1995
           Champeau, Ryan         1985-1988
           Cancellier, Maria      1981                  Charter Member, Secretary, 1981
           DeVilbiss, Betsy       2005-present
           Dihora, Jiten          1991-1992             NHS Student Representative
           Donlin, Becky          2004-2008
           DesRoches, Deb         2005 -2008
           Dyer, Lana             2004-present
           Eck, Paulette          2004-2009
           Ellis, Christina       2003-2008             Secretary, 2004-2008
           Evans, Laurie          2005-2007
           Ferron, Kenn           1984-present          Treasurer, 1992-2005
           Fritsche, Lydia        2002-2003
           Fritzke, Michelle      1995-1996             NHS Student Representative
           Gerschke, Gregg        2008-present
           Gettelman, Kathryn     2004-2006
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       Name           Time on Board                     Positions Held
Gierach, Fritz        1985-1988
Glaser, Steve         2003-2011
Gleixner, Jim         1991-1993
Harder, Maureen       1987-1990
Hartzell, Carmella    2001- 2010
Helman, Cookie        1991
Kappeler, Kurt        1994-1995             NHS Student Representative
Keller, Vera          1981                  Charter Member
Ketterhagen, Brian    1999-2008
Klebsedal, Jack       2002-2004
Kossel, Sylvia        2003-2005
Krieg-Sigman, Kelly   1991-1993
Kroeger, Linda        1990-1997
Krumins, Barbara      1983-1987
Jakusz, Dr. Cindy     2003-present
                                            Charter Member, President, 1982-83,
Janzen, Barb          1981-1995
                                            Vice President, 1984-88
Johnson, Ann          2006 -present         Treasurer 2009-present
Johnson, Jan          2008- present
Johnson, Linda        1997
La Roque, Cindy       1983-1988
LaSage, Jason         2003
Lemberg, Adrianne     1982-1992             Secretary, 1986-92
Lohmann, Judy         1989-2003
Luecht, Dr. Roy       1995-1997
Mahalko, Ben          2006 -2009
Markowski, Nancy      2011-Present
McKenzie, Steve       2001
                                            President, 2004-2010
Miller, Carol         2002-present
                                            Vice President, 2003-2004
                                            President, 2002-2004
Miller, Jennifer      1999 – 2009
                                            Vice President, 2001-02
Muth, Barb            1984-2003
Neumann, Lauri        1996-2002             President, 1999-2002
Otter, Don            1987-1994
Pares, Patti          2010-present          Secretary 2010-present
Pfannerstill, Kathy   1990-1991             NHS Student Representative
Pieper, Roland        1984-1997             President, 1995-1997

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        Name             Time on Board                      Positions Held
                                               Vice President, 1993-95
Pilz, Klaus              1994-1995
Plevak, Sherry           2006 - 2008
Pohland, Bill            1981-1996
Prill, Mareta            1988-2006
Rasmussen, Scott         2008 - present
Reiter, Eric             1988-1989             NHS Student Representative
Reno, Jeff               2004                  Treasurer 2004
                                               Charter Member, Treasurer, 1992-02
Richards, Lonnette       1981-2002
                                               1981-92 Assistant Treasurer
Rosetti, Susan           2004-2008
Rundle, Tom              2000 –2005
Schaetzel, Sheila        1996
Schaff-Wyrwas, Pat       1981-2004             GHS Guidance Counselor
Scheife, Scott           2003-present          Vice President 2010-Present
Schmelling, Colleen      1993-1994             NHS Student Representative
Schroeder, Glenn         1998-2005
                                               President, 1989-91
Schroeder, Jackie        1987-2005
                                               Vice President, 1988-89
Schueller, Margaret      2008-present
Schulteis, Mary          1992-1993
Schulteis, Oliver        1981                  Charter Member
Schultz, Lisa            1989-1990             NHS Student Representative
Seastrand, Bruce         1988-2001             GHS Principal
Siebers, Sandy           2006-2010
Sielicki, Larissa        2010-present
Siviechowski, Shirley    1982-1984
Snow, Robert             1997-2010             Secretary 1997-2004
Stieve, John             2005 - present
Stone, Michael           1996-2001
                                               Secretary 2009-2010
Stresing, Deb            2008-present
                                               President 2010-present
Summ, Sandy              1982-1984
Sundquist, Colleen       2003-2005
Swiecichowski, Shirley   1981                  Charter Member
                                               Charter Member
Swoboda, Robert          1981
                                               Vice President, 1981
Towers, David            2008- 2011            GHS vice principal
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                      Name       Time on Board                     Positions Held
               Tutewohl, Larry   1981                  Charter member
               Unger, Nancy      1992-1996
               Valind, Knight    1981                  Charter Member, President, 1981
               Wait, Greg        2008-present
               Wegener, David    1994-present          Secretary, 1995-1997
                                                       Secretary, 1993-95
               Wehrman, Carol    1987-1995
                                                       Vice President, 1988-91
               Wetterau, Todd    1994-1995
                                                       President, 1997-1999
               Wiedmeyer, Mary   1987-2002
                                                       Vice President, 1995-1997
               Wilegus, Alice    1981-1983
               Wolke, Doris      1983-1987
               Zehren, Tiffany   2007 -2008




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