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CAL RIPKEN, SR. FOUNDATION 2009 annual report cal ripken, sr. foundation contents 4 From the Executive Director 5 Message from the Chairman 6 National Results & Evaluation 8 Map of Communities Served Since 2003 9 Training 10 Healthy Choices, Healthy Children 12 Badges for Baseball 14 Summer Camps 15 Swing for the Future 16 State Initiatives 18 Events 20 Board of Directors 21 Board of Trustees 22 Financial Information 26 2009 Donors 3 froM tHe executive director When Vi Ripken made it known that she was ready to step down from her role which comes to an end in June of 2010, at which time Robbie will move to the as our Founding Chairwoman, the choice for her successor was very clear - not position of Immediate Past Chairman, and pass the baton to Incoming Chairman, just to me, but more importantly to Cal, Bill, and Vi as well. Robbie Callaway Senator Frank Kelly, and Chairman-Elect, Jay Baker. The real measurement of succeeded Vi as Board Chairman early in 2007. Before accepting the position, whether we were successful during his tenure is: Did we grow? Are we having he made it very clear that he would only do so if the Ripken family felt he was the real impact on the lives of children? Are we headed in the right direction? appropriate person to carry forward the name of Cal, Sr., and all for which the name has come to stand. The answer to each is a resounding “Yes!” Whether one measures in terms of fiscal growth, number of youth served, geographic growth, public awareness, As he stepped in as Chairman, not coincidentally, we began the process expansion of our governing Board of Directors, programmatic impact, or all of evaluating our governance processes, rebuilding our infrastructure, and of the above, the answer remains a resounding “Yes.” And throughout this relaunching as a true youth service organization with national impact. The annual report you will see much of this success. While many played a role in this goal we set was to take our organization well beyond Baltimore and the State of wonderful story, none was more significant than that of Robbie Callaway. My Maryland and bring opportunities to at-risk youth throughout America. It was a friend, mentor, and Chairman. lofty and worthy goal which sounded good, but the question really was how do we get there? Furthermore, how do we succeed in a way that is worthy of the Ripken name? Steve Salem To do so required a nationally recognized individual to serve in the position of Executive Director Board Chairman. Someone with vision, experience, and a national reputation Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation for integrity and wisdom. Someone like Robbie Callaway. I have been blessed to know Robbie for 25 years; for ten of those I worked with and for him at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, where I saw firsthand his capacity to help lead a national organization through great challenges and significant growth. Most importantly though, I witnessed and learned from his deep concern and compassion for America’s most disadvantaged youth. Whether inner-city, rural, Native American, or children of the military, Robbie has made it his life’s mission to reach not just a few, but literally millions, and helping to provide each steve saleM participates with a real opportunity for growth and success. in a service project to revitalize a park for I have been so proud to serve with Robbie during his tenure as our Chairman, youtH in wasHington, d.c. 4 Message froM tHe cHairMan At the 2010 June meeting of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Board of Directors, Foundation, we are now helping our children, who need it the most, find and my term as Chairman comes to an end. At that time, Senator Frank Kelly will remain on that path to a successful and productive life. I don’t know that there is take over as the new Chairman, and I will assume the position of Immediate a better path to follow than that of the Ripkens. Past Chairman. There is no doubt that Frank will help lead the organization forward with a very successful tenure. I have told Frank that he will have 100% It is an honor for all of us to be able to serve America’s children and a privilege to of my support, just as I had his, and I will help in any way possible to ensure his do it in the name of Cal Ripken, Sr. Thank you all for truly caring about the future and the organization’s continued success and growth. It has been an honor to of America’s youth. follow Founding Chairwoman Vi Ripken, and I have cherished both my time as Chairman and the support received from the Board of Directors and staff. The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation has made significant progress in national Robbie Callaway programming in a short period of time. But there is a long way to go. There are Board Chairman so many children out there who need our help to learn critical life lessons and Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation be exposed to positive adult mentors. Through the work of the Cal Ripken, Sr. robbie callaway talks witH cal ripken, sr. and vi ripken 5 2009 national results 118 cities & towns impacted 1,169 coaches/teachers/ law enforcement volunteers trained 287 program sites engaged 58% of youth participants came from single-parent homes 28 states reached 60,568kids served 70% of youth participants qualified for free or reduced school lunch 6 prograM evaluation evaluation process In 2009, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation contracted with Keswick Advisors to perform an independent evaluation of our national Badges for Baseball program. Keswick Advisors was founded by Dr. Jeffrey L. Sedgwick, former professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Assistant Attorney General of the United States. Dr. Sedgwick evaluated changes in the behavior of youth who participated in the Badges for Baseball program. Both quantitative and qualitative data on participant behaviors were collected from parents, teachers, mentors, and law enforcement officers in a comprehensive effort to monitor and assess program effectiveness in encouraging academic involvement, positive peer group associations, and avoidance of substance abuse. A random stratified sampling of all Badges for Baseball program sites was conducted, and 25% of the sites were chosen to participate in the evaluation process. We trained staff members on evaluation implementation at each of the selected 27 sites to ensure data integrity and retain participation. outcoMes • 80% of adults saw participants working harder as a result of program participation • 74% saw participants behave more responsibly and with a better ability to give good reasons for their actions • 67% noticed participants setting short-term goals for themselves, demonstrating a willingness and ability to plan for the future • 80% observed participants living a healthy lifestyle as a result of program participation • 70% indicated that participants were hanging out with a more positive group of friends • 91% of law enforcement officers saw participants become more comfortable interacting with law enforcement 7 coMMunities served since 2003 Everett Seattle Washington Post Falls Vancouver Portland Clackamas Missoula Maine Stanfield New Town Montana Kamiah Union Pierce North Dakota Cass Lake Bismarck Waterville Burlington Oregon Winooski VT Minnesota John Day Idaho Red Lodge Vergennes Montpelier Peacham NH White City Rutland Portland Grants Pass Nampa Idaho City Williston Princeton Rapid City Bellows Falls Nashua Keystone Waubay Brattleboro Arco South Dakota Elk River St. Paul Minneapolis Wisconsin Tylertown Great Neck Utica Rensslaer Medford Worcester Boston, Massachusetts Rapid City New York Rochester Westfield Plymouth Pocatello Syracuse Tonawanda Alexandria Bridgeport Saginaw CT Rochester Buffalo Harpursville Michigan Flint RI East Aurora Binghamton Farmington Grosse Pointe Painted Post Dobbs Ferry Palmdale Martin Mystic Wyoming Milwaukee Farmington Hills Dearborn Detroit Bronx Fresh Meadows Bayside Storm Lake Heights Tobyhanna New York Locust Valley Beloit Erie Long Island City Randolph Waterloo Winnebago Waukegan Battle Creek Hazleton BrooklynWoodhaven Pennsylvania Newark Onawa Rockford Evanston Spring Mills Iowa Toledo Perth Amboy Cleveland Nevada Chicago Lake Station Norristown Trenton Fremont Beachwood Nebraska Des Moines Blue Island Philadelphia Camden Mishawaka Akron Harrisburg Reading Bristol Princeton Junction Mill Valley Stockton NJ Omaha Bettsville Council Bluffs Calumet City South Bend Shiloh Pittsburgh Lancaster Massachusetts Oakland Fort Wayne Kenton Ohio Potomac Lima York Modesto Provo, UT Marion MD Lexington Van Wert Parowan, UT Middletown Columbus Wilmington Illinois DE Allston East Boston Marlborough Springfield Indiana Los Gatos Fort Morgan Hastings Englewood Reynoldsburg Newark Utah Reedley Mendota Billerica Fall River Mashpee Tauntons Washington, DC Seaford Bourne Falmouth Maynard Turners Fall Selma Indianapolis Leesburg Placentia Denver Brockton Holyoke New Waltham Hannibal Batesville Cincinnati West Fredericksburg Chelsea Lawrence Bedford Woburn California Colorado Lancaster Chicopee Lowell Roxbury West Stafford Dorchester Ludlow Salisbury Springfield Scottsburg Virginia Kansas CityIndependence Spotsylvania Kilmarnock Charleston Dudley Lynn Southbridge Virginia Apple Valley Bridgeport Huntington Harrisonburg RichmondWinchester Hayes Petersburg Newport News Kansas Sedalia Winchester Holden Lynchburg Hampton Pueblo St. Louis Springfield Missouri Las Vegas, NV Hazel Green WoodstockBrookneal Norfolk Rhode Island Waltonville Evansville Louisville Suffolk Versailles Virginia Beach Bakersfield Walsh Thompsonville Emporia Lawrenceville Morrisville Whitesburg Newport Pawtucket Providence Warwick Kentucky Newhall Sun Valley Bristol Weldon Elizabeth City Canoga Park Yorba Linda Harlan Reidsville Greensboro Winston Salem Thomasville Connecticut Alhambra Azusa Kirtland Coffeyville Willard Fort Defiance Lewisville Durham Raleigh Greenville Wilmington Hollywood San Bernardino Murray North Carolina Clinton Ventura Anaheim Santa Ana Union City Zebulon Tarboro Winterville Tennessee Window Rock Ponca City Pawhuska Chelsea Morhead City Huntington Park Hendersonville Sanford Selma Bridgeport Hartford Shelton West Haven Pryor Gastonia BrevardLumberton Wallace Arizona Harbor City Temecula Perryton Palestine Newbern Nashville Knoxville Derby Seymour Waterbury Willimantic Los Angeles San Clemente Watertown Spindale Charlotte Tahlequah Rock Mount Compton Springdale Luxora Wingate Fayetteville New Jersey Pembroke Oklahoma Tulsa Osceola Greenville Wynne Millington Memphis Spartanburg Darlington Wilmington Fountain Hills Scottsdale New Mexico Arkansas Carlisle Lonoke Lexa Tunica Smyrna South Barnwell Columbia Conway Southport Bound Brook Clifton Jersey City Little Falls Wayne Carolina North Little Rock Batesville North Myrtle Beach Phoenix Tempe Little Rock England Rosedale Childersburg Flowery Branch Sumter Sulphur Maryland Superior San Carlos Hot Springs Pine Bluff Scottdale North Charleston ClevelandOxford Gadsden Menlo Athens Casa Grande Village Grenada Indianola Lawrenceville Winfield Canton Charleston Portland Greenville Philadelphia Atlanta Augusta Tucson Warren Aberdeen Cambridge Gwynn Oak Randallstown Drew Itta Bena Birmingham East Point Macon Talladega Annapolis Dundalk Halethorpe Salisbury Mississippi Alabama Georgia Kosciusko Tuscaloosa Hatch Irving Anniston Newnan Baltimore Edgewood Hanover Savage Lubbock Fort Worth Bessemer Sylacauga Bel Air Ellicott City Lanham Silver Spring McAllen Yazoo City Fort Benning Fitzgerald Dallas Monroe Savannah Bethesda Fallston Lusby Towson Arlington Tyler Shreveport Clinton Montgomery Columbus Bowie Frederick Nanjemoy Upper Teague West Monroe Jackson Meridian El Paso Brooklyn Frostburg North East Marlboro Killeen Laurel Albany Texas Copperas Cove McComb Grand Bay Mobile Camilla Virginia Hawley Houma Pensacola Quincy Jacksonville Louisiana Chantilly Fort Monroe Quantico Gulfport Chilhowie Leesburg Warrenton Hot Springs Alaska Lafayette Baton Rouge Scott Puerto Danville Manassas Woodbridge Pearland Houston Missouri City New Orleans Chalmette Williston Rico US Virgin Islands Kahului San Antonio Florida Orlando Carolina St. Thomas Clearwater Largo Wauchula Tampa Hawaii Arcadia Corpus Christi Paris Laredo Pahokee Opa Locka West Palm Beach Naples Ft Lauderdale Hialeah Miami Hollywood Key Biscayne Brownsville Key West 8 training partnersHip training In order to help all program sites implement Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation programming at the highest level, we provide ongoing program training for all partners. Using best practices and information gathered from formal program evaluation, the Foundation provides training in baseball/softball instruction, integration of character education into physical activities, and positive coaching and mentoring techniques. The training also includes help in building successful program schedules and recruiting and engaging law enforcement volunteers. All trainings are designed to serve program partners using a variety of techniques and include large group presentations, small group activities, written documents, and an opportunity for coaches to network with other program staff members from their cities, states, or regions in order to learn from each other. Over the course of a program year, the Foundation staff assists sites in expanding and enhancing programs through conference calls, web-based conferences, and site visits as necessary or requested by program sites. cal plays quickball witH boys & girls club youtH 9 HealtHy cHoices, HealtHy cHildren At the heart of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation mission to help youth realize their potential is the Healthy Choices, Healthy Children program. Using an engaging and interactive format, Healthy Choices, Healthy Children seeks to help youth understand vital life lessons needed to display a positive, productive, and healthy lifestyle. The program is based on the teachings of Cal, Sr. and includes lessons such as teamwork, communication, personal responsibility, and leadership. These translate to life both on and off the ball field and give at-risk youth tools they can use everyday. Designed to fit organizations and schools of all shapes and sizes, the program drives home the messages of life using two basic formats: classrooM edition An engaging program meant to be delivered in a structured classroom setting that features a variety of learning tools designed to inspire and encourage youth to live their lives knowing that others care about their success and their ability to make positive, productive decisions. teaM edition A condensed version of the classroom edition specifically designed for use in conjunction with an athletic program. This program gives coaches and instructors tools to incorporate life lessons on the field during teachable moments, encouraging youth to live the lessons of Healthy Choices, Healthy Children in every aspect of their lives. 221 sites participated using the curriculum 72 cities 10 success story “ one youth in particular really grasped the Healthy choices, Healthy children lessons, and staff watched this young man literally blossom over the course of the summer. we selected this boy to attend the ripken overnight camp due to his outstanding behavior, sportsmanship, and attitude. He really took the lessons to heart. last winter and spring this young man was having issues, and his father was recently incarcerated. by giving him opportunities to spread his wings and learn new things this young man has become one of our leaders at the ripe old age of 13. His turnaround has made all staff proud, and he continues with his own personal growth by being on his school’s honor roll with a 3.8 gpa in the first mark period. this young man learned so much through his participation in this program ” that we are anxious to see who the next turn-around youth will be this year. lyn Hildenbrand, youth service director neighborhood House of Milwaukee 11 badges for baseball “tHese kids now run up to police cruisers and tHey want to talk to police. tHe attitude of tHese kids Has cHanged for tHe better not only towards tHe police, but in everyday life.” sgt. randy sHaw, stafford county sHeriff’s office, va In partnership with the United States Department of Justice, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation created Badges for Baseball, a juvenile delinquency crime prevention program. The Foundation includes local law enforcement across the country as mentors and coaches during the critical out of school hours when kids are most likely to commit or become a victim of crime. Statewide partnerships help the Foundation impact kids over the long term while using resources efficiently and effectively. In 2009, statewide Badges for Baseball programs ran in Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin in partnership with Attorneys General and law enforcement agencies. 28,000 kids participated in Badges for Baseball last year 221 sites participated in the program 15 states 628 law enforcement officers were trained as coaches and mentors 12 froM tHe u.s. MarsHals service “ the united states Marshals service has been honored to join forces with the cal ripken, sr. foundation to promote the agency’s core values of justice, integrity, and service through the Badges for Baseball program. the most important component of the program is the relationship we’re building between children and law enforcement as mentors. Many of the kids that we serve don’t have role models, and the deputy Marshals teach the children about what it means to make good choices while showing them how to resist gangs, drugs, and temptations of criminal activity. as a law enforcement professional, when i see youngsters turn the right way—go the ripken way—i know then that they’re going to be ” good citizens. it’s time to step up to the plate for kids, and that’s what we’re doing. john clark director, u.s. Marshals service 13 suMMer caMps Hundreds of kids come from across the country to Aberdeen, Maryland, for a week-long, overnight camp hosted by the Foundation. All of the campers are provided with baseball equipment, clothing, lodging, and airfare. Through our partnership with the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Deputy Marshals volunteer and serve as coaches and mentors. The kids experience a mobile command center, a helicopter landing, canine units, and other exciting demonstrations led by the Marshals. Of course, the kids also make friends, play baseball and softball, and share new experiences like kayaking, a ropes course, and rock wall climbing. The multitude of fun activities and guest speakers each evening reinforce the important life lessons being taught during the camps. Kids learn about the importance of teamwork, personal responsibility, and communication both on and off the field. 511 at-risk youth came to 4 overnight summer camps in Aberdeen, MD from 22 states 14 swing for tHe future Many underserved communities lack access to a safe, clean place for • Baltimore, Maryland – In partnership with the Y of Central Maryland, kids to play. Together with local partners and community leaders, the the inaugural project will be to build a youth-sized replica of Memorial Stadium on the original grounds! Future sites include Park Heights Foundation is building low maintenance, multipurpose youth ballparks and Patterson Park. with synthetic surfaces. Once constructed, the Foundation will gift the • Collier County, Florida – in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of parks to a youth-serving partner while continuing to run our programs at Collier County the site. The Foundation is currently at planning and development stages • Fredericksburg, Virginia – in partnership with the City of Fredericksburg • Houston, Texas – in partnership with SpringSpirit Baseball in the following locations: • Richmond, Virginia – in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Richmond • Seattle, Washington – in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County swing for tHe future is about More tHan just building ballparks. it’s about building cHaracter. baltiMore, Md 15 cal ripken, sr. foundation MassacHusetts Communities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts kicked off a second full year of Badges for Baseball programming in 2009. Massachusetts was the Foundation’s first state-funded, statewide Badges for Baseball program, made possible as a result of the financial support provided by the Massachusetts State Legislature and United Water and the programmatic support of the Massachusetts Sheriff’s Association. This program has created opportunities for community based organizations, law enforcement agencies, kids, and their families to participate in special events while traveling throughout their town, county, and state to other program sites. In a state with a strong baseball history, local teams - including major and minor league partners - have supported the program, allowing kids to watch the game played at the highest level. The sustained partnership is helping to develop positive relationships between law enforcement, kids, and communities over the long term. As one of last year’s participants said, “law enforcement is here to serve and protect, not to arrest and put in jail.” Mississippi The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation partnered with the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) with support from Attorney General Jim Hood to offer the Badges for Baseball program for Mississippi’s youth in 2009. Badges for Baseball was offered in 10 communities across Mississippi to serve as a positive outlet for youth during out-of-school hours. As a result of the financial support of MDHS, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation matched the $175,000 in funding provided. Each program partner received a cash grant, baseball or softball equipment package, training, technical 16 state initiatives assistance, Healthy Choices, Healthy Children curriculum, and opportunities Strongly supported by Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, the Foundation’s for children to travel to Aberdeen, Maryland, for the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Virginia Badges for Baseball program has provided grants to Boys & Girls Summer Camp. Clubs and several local police departments. The statewide program ran in the Fredericksburg area, Lynchburg, the Northern Neck, Richmond, and the nortH carolina Tidewater region. North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation have worked together to bring Badges for Baseball to North Carolina. Kids in wisconsin 17 communities from Hendersonville in the west to Morehead City in the east The Wisconsin Department of Justice teamed up with the Foundation to benefitted from this partnership. As a result of Attorney General Cooper’s provide Badges for Baseball to seven community based organizations in support of this program, at-risk children learned important life lessons while Milwaukee’s seven police districts. The city wide program partnered youth playing baseball and softball and had the opportunity to attend an overnight from neighborhoods across Milwaukee with law enforcement mentors, youth summer camp in Aberdeen, Maryland. By supporting wholesome activities development professionals, and volunteers from their specific zip codes, with for children from at-risk circumstances, Attorney General Cooper and the Cal the common mission of helping youth see their potential, set goals for their Ripken, Sr. Foundation are working to reduce truancy and substance abuse and future, and spend time with caring mentors. build positive relationships between law enforcement professionals and children across the state. The Wisconsin Department of Justice, led by Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, provided $100,000 for the initiative and the Foundation matched with $100,000 virginia of support to serve over 700 deserving young people from Milwaukee. This The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation developed its first statewide initiative in the initiative also includes opportunities for kids and their mentors to participate Commonwealth of Virginia. In collaboration with the Virginia Office of the in Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation camps in Aberdeen, Maryland, and clinics Attorney General, the Foundation has provided cash grants, equipment, the throughout the summer. Healthy Choices, Healthy Children program, training, technical support, baseball clinics, and opportunities to attend the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation’s Summer Camp for young people across Virginia. “it is iMportant to bring in role Models in tHat period of tiMe wHen kids are learning to Make cHoices. along witH tHe cal ripken, sr. foundation, we want to Help tHeM find tHe rigHt cHoices tHat are HealtHy and productive.” roy cooper attorney general, nortH carolina 17 cal ripken, sr. foundation aspire gala The Aspire Gala has become the Foundation’s largest fundraiser. Thank you to our amazing Aspire Gala committee and everyone who participated. Each year, the Aspire Gala provides an opportunity for the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation to celebrate our work while also recognizing individuals in the community for their dedication and commitment to at-risk youth, sports, and under arMour ripken softball classic Play ball! May 15, 2009, marked the first of what has become an annual softball business. Chaired by Senator Frank and Janet Kelly, this event raised over $1.3 event up at the complex in Aberdeen, Maryland. The Under Armour Ripken million for the ongoing programs of the Foundation. Softball Classic included sponsored teams who took the field in a competitive tournament, all in the name of raising funds for Ripken Foundation programs Over 700 sponsors, guests, and celebrities filled the grand ballroom at the supporting at-risk youth. The games were played on fields replicating Major Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, including Hall of Famers Eddie Murray, Earl League parks, including Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Memorial Stadium, to Weaver, Rollie Fingers, and Phil Niekro. The Cal, Sr. Award was presented to give the participants the feel of playing in the big leagues. The championship College Hall of Fame Coach, Lou Holtz. This award honors an individual who game was played on Cal Sr.’s Yard, a miniature replica of Oriole Park at Camden embodies the characteristics of Cal, Sr., specifically his passion for teaching and Yards. Cal and Bill Ripken were cheering on the teams which were led by Major inspiring youth. The Aspire Business Award was presented to Charles Cawley, League alumni celebrity managers. An awards presentation, cocktails, dinner, former President and CEO of MBNA. To honor his philanthropic spirit, the award and silent auction at Ripken Stadium closed the event. Thank you to our sponsors: was renamed the Charles M. Cawley Legacy Award. Jamie Moyer, Philadelphia FirstPic, tournament winner Kelly & Associates Insurance Group, McCormick & Phillies World Champion pitcher, was honored with the Aspire Award for the Company, Ripken Design, SunTrust, Under Armour, and Windsor Electric Co. The great work he does for kids and the community. tournament raised over $100,000. bill and cal ripken witH kennetH, aspire gala co-cHairs senator frank under arMour ripken softball classic a foundation caMper and janet kelly winners - kelly & assoc. insurance group 18 events cal ripken, sr. foundation golf classic ripkens uncorked Thirty-two foursomes gathered with Cal and Bill to compete on the links at Bulle The 4th Annual Ripkens Uncorked wine tasting event raised over $140,000, with Rock Golf Club in Havre de Grace, Maryland, on September 10, 2009. When the a sellout crowd! Chaired by Ripken Foundation Board Member, The Honorable scorecards rolled in, Team AOL came out on top, led by Ripken Board Member Laura S. Kiessling, the wine tasting was held on the evening of September 16, and event co-chair John Ryan. 2009, in Annapolis, Maryland, where Don and Sandy Pyle graciously opened up their waterfront home to host the event. Those in attendance sampled Each foursome was paired with a celebrity. A few of our celebrity guests included marvelous vintages of AXIOS Wines, thanks to the generous donations from Cal Al Bumbry, Jim Coates, Bobby Grich, Hazel Mae, Scott McGregor, Joe Orsulak, Ripken, Sr. Foundation Board Member, Gus Kalaris. Jim Perry, Bobby Shantz, Ken Singleton, and B.J. Surhoff. After the tournament, presented by LexisNexis and AOL, guests gathered in the clubhouse for a silent Throughout the evening, guests were able to mingle with Cal and Bill, bid on auction that featured various memorabilia and gift certificates for the sports sports and entertainment memorabilia, and of course, enjoy a great selection of enthusiast, a delicious dinner, live auction, and words from Cal and Bill. fine wines. The live auction stole the show with many unique travel experiences, a Cal Ripken, Jr. Hall of Fame package, and amazing collections of wine. The 2009 Golf Classic raised over $250,000 for Ripken programs. Thank you to our sponsors as well as our committee, led by co-chairs John Ryan and Roger Our sponsors, including Sheehy Lexus of Annapolis, Don and Pat Kirk, Ripken Wittenbach. Design, Koopers Tavern, Ken’s Creative Kitchen, AXIOS and Constantine Wines, and Towne Park, helped to provide a memorable evening for all. lou Holtz, cal ripken, jr., golf classic cHaMpions - teaM aol and jaMie Moyer ripkens uncorked coMMittee 19 board of directors Vi Ripken Robbie Callaway Senator Francis X. Kelly Bill Ripken Cal Ripken, Jr. Honorary Founding Chairman Chairman Elect Vice Co-Chair Vice Co-Chair Chairwoman FirstPic, Inc. Kelly & Associates Ripken Baseball, Inc. Ripken Baseball, Inc. Insurance Group Terry Arenson John Karas, Esq. Lonnie Ritzer, Esq. Chicago Title Insurance Company Karas and Bradford Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler Jay Baker The Honorable Laura S. Kiessling John D. Ryan Pat & Jay Baker Foundation Maryland Circuit Court Judge AOL Irv Bisnov Donald H. Kirk, Jr. Paul Sandler Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Windsor Electric Co., Inc. Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler Mark Butler Lainy LeBow-Sachs Regina B. Schofield Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Kennedy Krieger Institute Casey Family Programs Douglas Collins, M.D. Mark McNaughton Mark Shriver Mayo Clinic The McNaughton Group Save the Children USA Manus Cooney Robert G. Merrick Jim Stratton TCH Group, LLC Alphametrix, LLC Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Foundation Frank Culotta The Honorable Mike Moore Woody Talcove DEX Imaging, Inc. Mike Moore Law Firm, LLC LexisNexis Chris Flannery Jord Poster Carl Truscott Ripken Baseball, Inc. Charity Partners, LLC ASERO Worldwide Gus Kalaris Roger Ralph Larry E. Walton AXIOS and Constantine Wines, Inc. Hockessin Athletic Club and Roger Ralph, LLC United Way of Central Maryland Alan M. Rifkin, Esq. Rifkin, Livingston, Levitan & Silver, LLP 20 board of trustees George Adams Brian P. D’Orazio, Jim Hall Don Mathis Steven G. Ross General Dynamics DPT, MS, OCS Wells Fargo Insurance Services Community Action Partnership American Continental Group, LLC Orthopedic Sports Physical Michael B. Adams Therapy Associates Joseph Helpa Governor Bob McDonnell Doug Roth National Machinery Sales Enterprise Rent-A-Car Honorary Trustee BB&T Steve Davidson Commonwealth of Virginia Gary L. Armstrong Boys & Girls Club of Scottsdale Jennifer Hincks Jeff Rouse First Capital Bank Keller Williams Select Realty Todd McFarlane REDCO Sam Davis III Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Marlee Roy Brian Bailey Relative Solutions, LLC Ron Holmes Richmond Community Advocate WNCT-TV Merrill Lynch Timothy M. Davey, PE Jeff Meyer Dave Schreibfeder Curt Barker Timmons Group Richard Houk Desert Care Landscape River Fork Imports The Barker Group, Inc. R.L. Houk Construction, Inc. Resources, Inc. Marla Decker Mark Stanton Irving Blank Honorary Trustee M. Wayne Huggins Bruce Milam Stanton Communications Paris Blank, LLP Commonwealth of Virginia Virginia State Police Association Grubb & Ellis/Harrison & Bates Mike Steele Wayne Botkin Kirk Dominick Cathy Jahke David H. Murphy Carolina Benefit Specialists Wayne Botkin, Jr., DDS Boys & Girls Clubs of America CJ Communications, Inc. Wells Fargo Advisors Mark Swartz Sherrie Brach Doug Ehlers Andrew Joel Scott Neal E Group, Inc. United Way of Greater Richmond Lindenmeyr Munroe Joel Enterprises and Petersburg Richard J. November Jeff Terry Michael L. Emery Robert Johnson Continental Development Cone Advertising E. Carroll Bruner New York Life HighGround Public Affairs Corporation BB&T Capital Market Consultants Steve Thurston THURSTON Companies, Inc. Paul A. Fanning Gary Nuckols Jim Bruner Ward and Smith, P.A. Mayor Dwight Jones Hirschler Fleischer David G. Vaughn Mutual of Omaha Bank City of Richmond David Vaughn Construction Vincent Furfaro R. Greg Owens Myla Bushman Legendary Sports Prints Britt Laughinghouse Wachovia R.L. Terrell Williams M & I Bank Bostic Sugg BB&T Insurance Services Richard George, CPA, CFP Bart Park James K. Cluverius Stosch, Dacey & George, P.C. Pat Kirk Capital Consultant Management Robert P. Wingfield, Jr. Hirschler Fleischer Community Advocate Company Chesterfield County Public Schools Dianne Gilbert Stephen M. Coan Comcast Allison Lewis Lee, CFA Todd Parnell Robert Winter Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Wells Fargo Advisors Richmond Flying Squirrels Mutual of Omaha Bank Exploration Deborah Girvan Community Leader Don Lindner Lisa W. Pulsifer Stacie Wollman John Coffman WorldatWork Consultant Law Office of Stacie J. Wollman Coffman’s Mens Wear Brian Glass Grubb & Ellis/Harrison & Bates Chip Little Ed Reading Ken Zadoorian Greenville Properties Vestar Development Company Zounds, Inc. 21 cal ripken, sr. foundation INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT To The Board of Directors of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Inc.: We have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Inc. (the Foundation) as of December 31, 2009 and 2008 and the related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Foundation’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America and the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Inc. as of December 31, 2009 and 2008, and the changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the years then ended in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated April 30, 2010 on our consideration of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Inc.’s internal control over financial reporting and on our tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts and grant agreements and other matters. The purpose of that report is to describe the scope of our testing of internal control over financial reporting and compliance and the results of that testing, and not to provide an opinion on the internal control over financial reporting or on compliance. That report is an integral part of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and should be considered in assessing the results of our audits. Our audits were conducted for the purpose of forming an opinion on the basic financial statements of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Inc. taken as a whole. The accompanying schedule of expenditures of Federal awards is presented for purposes of additional analysis as required by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations, and is not a required part of the basic financial statements. Such information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly stated, in all material respects, in relation to the basic financial statements taken as a whole. April 30, 2010 A member of the SC&H Group, LLC Phone: (410) 403-1500 Toll Free: (800) 832-3008 Fax: (410) 403-1570 Web: www.SCandH.com 22 financial inforMation CAL RIPKEN, SR. FOUNDATION, INC. STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION As of December 31, 2009 2008 Assets Cash - unrestricted $ 603,392 $ 28,803 Cash - donor restricted 1,485,629 117,649 Grants receivable 310,768 851,735 Pledges receivable, net 2,336,025 2,227,385 Prepaid expenses and other current assets, net 230,974 337,961 Due from affiliates, net 13,340 - Property and equipment, net 4,762,745 5,322,781 Total Assets $ 9,742,873 $ 8,886,314 Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 703,324 $ 900,912 Due to affiliates, net - 76,705 Deferred revenue and other current liabilities 493,820 399,366 Capital lease obligation 314,856 329,571 Total Liabilities 1,512,000 1,706,554 Commitments (Note 4) Net Assets Unrestricted Board designated Operating reserve fund 831,913 831,913 Growth fund 465,710 - Total Board designated 1,297,623 831,913 Undesignated 3,134,437 4,079,502 Total Unrestricted 4,432,060 4,911,415 Temporarily restricted 3,798,813 2,268,345 Total Net Assets 8,230,873 7,179,760 Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ 9,742,873 $ 8,886,314 23 cal ripken, sr. foundation CAL RIPKEN, SR. FOUNDATION, INC. STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES For the Years Ended December 31, 2009 2008 Changes in Unrestricted Net Assets Revenues and Other Support Federal grants $ 2,827,796 $ 4,427,817 State and other grants 1,060,316 1,146,872 Special events 1,803,203 1,917,391 Contributions 913,497 838,372 Merchandise sales 15,969 7,814 Other income 68,439 67,428 Total Unrestricted Revenues and Other Support 6,689,220 8,405,694 Net Assets Released from Restrictions 622,399 383,754 Total Unrestricted Revenues, Other Support and Net Assets Released from Restrictions 7,311,619 8,789,448 Expenses Federal grants 2,827,796 4,427,817 State and other grants 1,300,242 790,331 Management and general 2,473,647 1,899,723 Program services 114,286 221,530 Special events 489,160 716,682 Fundraising 556,056 449,316 Cost of merchandise sold 10,062 - Interest expense 19,725 40,400 Total Expenses 7,790,974 8,545,799 (Decrease) Increase in Unrestricted Net Assets (479,355) 243,649 Changes in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets Contributions 2,152,867 872,289 Net assets released from restrictions (622,399) (383,754) Increase in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 1,530,468 488,535 Increase in Net Assets 1,051,113* 732,184 Net Assets, beginning of year 7,179,760 6,447,576 Net Assets, end of year $ 8,230,873 $ 7,179,760 * NOTE: The $1,051,113 increase in Net Assets is entirely attributable to the CRSF Youth Development Park construction projects currently underway in several communities throughout the United States. These projects are generating funds to be used to build Youth Development Parks which will be gifted to local organizations in each community. In 2009, the Foundation Board of Directors also 24 designated $465,710 of unrestricted assets to be placed in a Growth Fund which will provide additional funding for these projects. financial inforMation CAL RIPKEN, SR. FOUNDATION, INC. STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS As of December 31 2009 2008 Cash Flows From Operating Activities Increase in net assets $ 1,051,113 $ 732,184 Adjustments to reconcile increase in net assets to net cash flows provided by operating activities: Depreciation 572,448 582,071 Decrease in pledges receivable discount (37,173) (30,748) Provision for bad debt expense for pledges receivable 215,000 3,235 Changes in assets and liabilities: Grants receivable 540,967 (241,205) Pledges receivable, net (286,467) (784,035) Prepaid expenses and other current assets, net 106,987 (79,391) Accounts payable and accrued expenses (197,588) 298,303 Due to/from affiliates (90,045) (181,843) Deferred revenue and other current liabilities 94,454 (102,807) Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities 1,969,696 195,764 Cash Flows From Investing Activities Acquisition of property and equipment (12,412) (66,693) Net Cash Used in Investing Activities (12,412) (66,693) Cash Flows From Financing Activities Repayment of borrowings under line of credit, net (400,000) Repayment of capital lease obligation (14,715) (12,745) Net Cash Used In Financing Activities (14,715) (412,745) Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash 1,942,569 (283,674) Cash, beginning of year 146,452 430,126 Cash, end of year $ 2,089,021 $ 146,452 Supplemental Cash Flow Information: Cash paid for interest $ 19,725 $ 40,400 Non-cash contributions $ 280, 716 $ 274,891 A full set of financial statements including footnotes are available upon request. 25 cal ripken, sr. foundation cal ripken, sr. society Turner Sports United Water ($1 MILLION+) The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation The Baltimore Orioles and Angelos Family Pat & Jay Baker Foundation, Inc. The Ripken Family gold club The Sunshine Lady Foundation ($25,000 TO $49,999) AOL iron circle Gus and Lynne Kalaris, AXIOS and Constantine Wines, Inc. ($250,000 TO $999,999) Bank of America Kenny and Melissa Baldwin Charles and Julie Cawley John and Patricia Cochran Hall of faMe society DeMattia Charitable Foundation Eugene Freedman Family Foundation ($100,000 TO $249,999) Terry and Christine Flynn The Cabell Foundation Fredericksburg Savings Charitable William J. Lynch, Jr. and Patricia J. Lynch Foundation The M&T Charitable Foundation Hirschler Fleischer Major League Baseball Ron and Anne Holmes The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation LexisNexis Special Services, Inc. Mark and Marna McNaughton, The MassMutual Financial Group McNaughton Foundation McCormick & Company, Inc. Rawlings Mark and Betty Butler, Ollie’s Bargain The Walmart Foundation Outlet The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Mary Jane O’Neill The Rosner Family platinuM club John and Mary Ellen Ryan ($50,000 TO $99,999) Linda Fagan Sealy and L. Franklin Sealy Michael and Elizabeth Adams Silver Companies Comcast Sirius XM Radio J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation SunTrust Banks, Inc. Frank and Janet Kelly, Kelly & Associates T. Rowe Price Insurance Group, Inc. Under Armour Don and Pat Kirk, The Kirk Family WBAL Radio Kids Campaign Foundation, Windsor Electric Co., Inc. Rinnai Corporation tHank you to our Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler generous supporters. 26 2009 donors silver club SteeleSoft, Inc. The Struthers Family Foundation ($10,000 TO $24,999) Sullivan’s Steakhouse AEGON USA Tupperware Brands Corporation Allegis Group Foundation U.S. Internet Service Provider Association ARINC Incorporated Ukrop Foundation The Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation Valley Lighting Baltimore Ravens Lance and Karyn Weaver Bob and Tracy Lucido, Bob Lucido Team, LLC Anonymous The Boehl Family Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Deering, The Charlesmead Foundation, Inc. bronze club Chicago Title Insurance Company ($5,000 TO $9,999) Combined Federal Campaigns Battlefield Real Estate - Chris and Patti Kaila Frank Culotta, DEX Imaging BB&T DLA Piper US, LLP Boxwood Sprig LLC The Dominion Foundation Tom and Patty Buescher Energizer Battery, Inc. Tia and Robert Cadow Joseph and Pam Geier, Geier Asset Robbie and Sue Callaway Management Ervin L. and Fran B. Cash Dr. Ross and Mrs. Deborah Girvan NSWC Federal Credit Union University of Maryland Medical System Christenson Investment Partners H&S Bakery Gary and Alice Nuckols John and Michele Welch James K. Cluverius Hammer Down, Inc. Daniel O. Omer Testamentary Charitable Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, L.L.P. The Collins Familly Richard and Susan Harrison Remainder Trust Roger Wittenbach, Wittenbach Business John and Janie Bjork, Danya International HCA Health Care PENN Capital Management Systems Dr. and Mrs. Brian P. D’Orazio Henry H. Lewis Contractors, LLC PMC Concrete Construction, Inc. Butch Dreany and Lori Simms IWIF Princess Anne Building, LLC Ken’s Creative Kitchen ERPi Don and Sandy Pyle copper club Frank Florio, Family Trusted Products The Kessler Family Foundation Regional Electrical Contractors Inc. ($1,000 TO $4,999) Mark and Mary Piccirilli, FirstPic, Inc. Lonnie Ritzer and Allyn Feinstein ABC Resources Inc. Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation Harold I. Hackerman Del. Sandy Rosenberg All-Fill, Inc. Milwaukee Brewers Jim Keppler, Keppler Speakers Steve and Gregg Salem AmeriTrust Corporation Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration Patrick and Katie Russell, Kooper’s Tavern David Schreibfeder Kenneth and Elizabeth Aneckstein Richard J. November Nancy Kurkjian Sheehy Lexus of Annapolis Arthur Law Group, LLC PNC Bank Major League Players Alumni Association Mr. and Mrs. David W. Spartin Associated Italian American Charities of Roger and Elaine Ralph John and Carolyn Maroon, Maroon PR Sean Weiner, Starr Systems Design MD, Inc. Alan and Leslie Rifkin, Rifkin, Livingston, Eric D. Miller/McDonald’s of Stafford StellarOne Bank Robert Baruch Levitan & Silver, LLC Bruce M. Milam Manus and Theresa Cooney, TCH Group, LLC Paul Rhodes/BBR Foundation SC&H Group M.R.L. Properties, Inc. Ukrop’s-First Market Bank Fund Robert Bencks 27 cal ripken, sr. foundation Berkinshaw Orthodontics, PA Mr. and Mrs. M. Wayne Huggins Lou and Laurie Berman Hunt Auctions, LLC Biegel & Waller LLC Richard E. Israel Binary Group Steve and Shereda James John Black Jimeno & Gray, PA Irving and Rhona Blank Andrew J. Joel Phillip S. and Sandra K. Borders Councilman Daryl Jones Sherrie Brach John and Belinda Karas Charles M. Brady KB Merrill Associates, LLC The Buchanan Family Foundation, Inc. The Honorable Laura and Trevor Kiessling/ Travis and Jeremy Bullock Law Offices of Trevor Kiessling Chesapeake Orthopedic Research Joel Kleinman Foundation Inc. Bruce and Mary Laird John Chichester Stephen Lee Cinicola Companies Little Tire Company Stephen and Patricia Coan F. Raymond Little Allen W. Cohen, Cohen & Greene, P.A. Louisville Slugger Hap Connors, Jr. Tommy and Clodagh Mann Consolidated Reprographics Nick and Christina Markakis Samuel Davis III Maryland Charity Campaign Dr. and Mrs. Frank DeTrane Steven Mayer Edward St. John Foundation, Inc. D.W. McCasland Inc. Douglas D. Ehlers McLaren-Simpson Co., Inc. William J./Carol H. Evans Medifast Fredericksburg Rotary Club Robert and Patricia Merrick G.E.S. Sheet Metal The Honorable Mike Moore Richard L. George Multi-Specialty Healthcare Brenda Gey Murnane & O’Neill The Gilbert Family John C. Neal James Gingery Nevell Group, Inc. Global Data Source Odyssey Capital Group, LLC Global Domain Partners LLC Charles and Catherine Payne Huffard Animal Hospital and Dr. Bruce PBGH LLP Goldman & Mrs. Jodi Handin Goldman Chuck and Kim Penick H&S Properties Development Corp. Philip W. & Nathalie L. Klaus Fund of the Richard and Donna Hagen Community Foundation Serving The Hirschmann Family Richmond and Central Virginia The Hoffberger Foundation Pierce Steel, Inc. 28 2009 donors Jonathan Pittman and Debra Harber Dan and Debbie Spear W. R. & Norma Ramsey Foundation Maryland Jockey Club Pitts Brothers Construction Stafford Ruritan Club Aric and Carol Ann Wagner Don and Carol Mathis Deborah L. Potter, P.A. Stewart Lawn & Landscape Larry and Connie Walton Mr. and Mrs. W.B. McAdams Ron Prass, Prass LLP Bruce Stiely Bill and Beverly Warren Karen McCormack Qualtech Concrete, Inc. Bill and Lisa Stromberg Andy and Zoe White Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McDaniel The Reuwer Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. Thee Plumbing Company Mark and Victoria Wilchinsky Teri McNally and Thomas Bowen Howard and Susan Rosen Tiger Woods Foundation R.L. Terrell Williams Meridian Home Staging & Design Leonard and Lainy Sachs Timmons Group Willis of Maryland, Inc. Movable Mixtures Saul Ewing LLP Towne Park Jeff Cox and Stacie Wollman NXL Construction Services, Inc. Michael J. Schewel Carl and Patricia Truscott Anonymous Kevin and Carol O’Toole Steve and Regina Schofield Thomas and Kaye Tynan Package Automation Co. LLC Randy Schools Virginia Cabinet Supply, Inc. friends of tHe Jeff Penney Angela and Steve Schwarzbach Virginia Community Bank foundation John Peoples Mr. and Mrs. Ken Smither VNSM Tony, Sue, and Dante Plassio ($500 TO $999) Blake and Dawn Pounds Terry and Micheline Arenson, Tark’s Grill Preferred Ceilings, Inc. Gary Armstrong Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Henry Bohlman Jane Rodgers Carpenter Hazlewood Delgado & Wood Sentman Distributors, Inc. Barry and Pam Cater Mark and Jeanne Shriver Robert and Stephanie Clark Mr. and Mrs. George Snead Combined Charity Campaign Isaiah Solomon Spencer and Debra Crowder Southern California Grading, Inc. Curtis Ekmark State Farm Insurance Enterprise Rent-A-Car Tickets For Charity The Feezer Family Donald and Deborah Van Dyke Roger and Erika Greaves The Varipapa Family Jim and Pam Hall Washington Capitals Charities Ed and Fern Hamel Weiss Sheet Metal Company The Harris Family Wilen Management Co. Inc. Harris & Ruth Painting Contracting, Inc. The William L. & Victorine Q. Adams Stephen and Jennifer Hincks Foundation Hockessin Athletic Club Robert P. Wingfield, Jr. Lynn and Stuart Janney Terry and Patricia Wolfrey Koury Engineering & Testing, Inc. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Womble Carlyle KPMG Sandridge & Rice, PLLC Derrick and Stacy LaRosa Todd and Becky Youngberg Allison Lewis Lee Sue Zarin and Matt Zarin James Magrath 29 cal ripken, sr. foundation “ we know that prevention and intervention programs targeting at-risk youth are a critical tool in changing the direction in the lives of young people. ” this national program not only provides activities and services, but role models like baltimore’s cal ripken, jr., who can truly make a difference. barbara Mikulski u.s. senator, Maryland 30 How you can Help There are many ways that you can help the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation. Your financial support will allow us to continue to offer important programs for underserved youth. Donate Online - It’s easy! Make a tax-deductible donation online at www.ripkenfoundation.org. Match your gift - Contact your company’s human resources department to find out if your employer matches charitable donations, and you could double your investment. Event Sponsorships - Sponsor one of our many special events throughout the year. Gifts of Stock - If you use publicly-traded stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares to make your gift, you will receive an additional tax benefit: the IRS allows you to make your transfer to the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation without recognizing capital gains on the appreciation. You can make a larger donation than you could make with cash and receive a larger tax deduction. Planned Giving - Regardless of your age or the size of your estate, there are many vehicles that allow you to balance your own income needs, the needs of your family, and your philanthropic interests. You can also contact our offices at 1.877.RIPKEN1 about gift opportunities. tHank you! “baseball’s just a walk of life. everytHing you do in tHis gaMe you do in life. and everytHing you do in life, you do in tHis gaMe” cal ripken, sr. 1427 clarkview road | suite 100 | baltiMore, Maryland 21209 | p: 1.877.ripken1 | f: 443.841.7033 | www.ripkenfoundation.org
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