W of graduating students with the skills and credentials needed to meet professional ith all of the attention Macon workforce needs in the region. We have State receives as we continue to introduce about 65 promising students who had new degree programs and grow our already completed their core curriculum enrollment, one characteristic of the and were qualified to immediately begin College that we may not talk about quite their upper-division education courses as much is simply this: our campuses look this fall. I am ecstatic about the potential great! of this program and its positive impact Macon State’s recent building and on Central Georgia. renovation projects, coupled with the Many of you, as donors to the Macon landscaping talent of our Plant Services State College Foundation, have been department and the ongoing development directly involved in the College’s of the Waddell Barnes Botanical Gardens, continued success. New facilities and have created the most attractive and programs are only as good as the students, pleasant collegiate environment I’ve faculty and staff who use them and experienced in a 28-year academic career. participate in them, and your gifts help And our most recent renovation project us attract top students and faculty and is one of which we are particularly proud. enhance the teaching and learning tools This fall, Macon State unveiled the available to them. results of a $5 million renovation project As this Annual Report shows, the MSC – funded by the state Legislature - that Foundation gets stronger each year. I am transformed our library into an sincerely grateful that you consider its ultramodern resource for our students, work on behalf of the College to be a faculty and staff. The renovation allowed worthy investment. us to bring together to one place a variety of services that enhance learning. Many of these services are technology oriented, others involve traditional one-on-one David A. Bell, President interaction between students and the staffs Macon State College of the Library and the Academic Resource Center. And it’s all taking place in a bright, attractive environment that is already proving popular with students and other members of the College community. The Library renovation is the College’s fourth major building project since 1998, so if you haven’t been on the Macon campus in a while (and if you’ve never been to the now 2-year-old Warner Robins Campus), stop by and take a look. You’ll like what you see. Other major news this fall includes the introduction of the Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education on both the Macon and Warner Robins campuses. As with our other bachelor’s programs, this degree is central to our core mission State into what it is today: a highly regarded, focused baccalaureate MSC Foundation Board of Trustees institution with a strong liberal arts core and degree programs linked to Officers the regional economy. Together, we Waddell Barnes, M.D., Chair Retired Physician – the friends, faculty, staff and alumni Mary S. Edenfield Gibbs, Vice-Chair of Macon State – have helped build Owner, Strato, Inc. community-based educational James B. Patton, Secretary resources on beautiful, functional President and CEO, Patton Albertson & Miller LLC Levy G. Youmans, Jr., Treasurer campuses that attract top quality Vice President for Fiscal Affairs, Macon State College faculty to our region and enhance our standard of life. Trustees On behalf of the Board of Trustees, David A. Bell I thank you for investing in Central President, Macon State College Charles W. Bishop Georgia with your gifts to the Macon M Chairman, Bibb County Board of Commissioners State College Foundation and for Homer N. Childs your ongoing commitment to the Certified Public Accountant, Homer N. Childs, CPA Sue B. Chipman y friends, we have future of the College. The Foundation Executive Director, Macon State College Foundation invested wisely. By choosing to Board of Trustees remains dedicated John D. Christy support Macon State College, we are to serving as conscientious stewards Attorney at Law of your gifts and representatives of Mary A. Comer contributing to the remarkable growth Community Volunteer and progress of one of our your investment. Isaac J. Culver, III community’s greatest educational President and CEO, Progressive Consulting Technologies, Inc. and economic assets. A. Donald Faulk, Jr. As citizens of Central Georgia, we President and CEO, Central Georgia Health Systems each have a vested interest in the Waddell Barnes, M.D., Chairman & Medical Center of Central Georgia Waldo Floyd, III, M.D. continuing advancement of Macon MSC Foundation Board of Trustees Physician State. The availability of top quality, Jackson R. Harshbarger affordable higher education to the Assistant Vice President, GEICO Robert F. Hatcher, Sr. residents of our community impacts President and CEO, MidCountry Financial Corp. all of us. Since the vast majority of J. Milton Heard, IV Macon State graduates remain in President, Hart’s Mortuary Central Georgia, we benefit directly Dwight C. Jones President, Ocmulgee Fields, Inc. from the knowledge and talent they June G. Lowe bring to local business, industry, Executive Vice President, Museum of Aviation Foundation healthcare and now – with the Edward D. Lukemire Judge of Superior Court, Houston Judicial Circuit inauguration of the new education Charlotte E. McMullan program – our schools. Certified Public Accountant, McMullan & McMullan, LLP Your generosity and commitment Buckner F. Melton Attorney at Law, Sell & Melton, LLP have been key to shaping Macon Tommy C. Olmstead Manager of Public Relations/Governmental Affairs, Bibb County Anita J. Ponder MSC Office of Development Assistant Executive Director, Tubman African and Alumni Affairs American Museum C. Warren Selby, Jr. Sue B. Chipman, Director of Development and President, Warren Associates, Inc. Alumni Affairs F. Tredway Shurling Beth T. Byers, Associate Director of Development President, Shurling & Company Wendy A. Clark, Development Coordinator Daniel T. Slagle General Manager - Business Services, 100 College Station Drive Cox Communications Macon, Georgia 31206-5145 Joe E. Timberlake, III 478-471-2732 Retired Businessman Fax 478-471-2846 Lawrence C. Walker, Jr. Attorney, Walker, Hubert, Gray & Byrd T teacher education. Beyond this, Invest in Success funding has provided support for the Waddell Barnes Botanical Gardens project, helping to make the Macon State campus one of the most hanks to the enthusiastic support of many faculty, staff, attractive learning environments in the University System, an alumni, foundations, businesses and friends, Invest in Success has asset to Central Georgia and an appropriate reflection of our been not only the largest comprehensive fundraising campaign in beautiful community. the history of the Macon State College Foundation, but, In the coming years, funding from Invest in Success pledges overwhelmingly, its most successful, exceeding the $6 million and your ongoing support will continue to fuel Macon State’s goal set at the launch in 2003. expansion and enhance its impact on the region. The College is As a primary source of well-educated professionals who remain one of the fastest growing institutions in the University System in this community to live and work, Macon State is strongly of Georgia, having this fall exceeded a milestone enrollment of committed to expanding and enhancing its curriculum to meet the 6,000 students. What we have been able to do through Invest in ever-changing needs of the local market. Invest in Success resources Success is only the beginning of the benefits the Campaign will have funded programs and initiatives specifically designed to have on Macon State College, and, ultimately, Central Georgia. address some of Central Georgia’s most pressing challenges, most The Macon State College Foundation is grateful to all individuals, notably in the areas of nursing and healthcare, education, economic families and organizations that supported Invest in Success and development and business outreach. A significant portion of IIS welcomes this opportunity to provide an update on the dividends monies have been earmarked to endow student scholarships, generated by their investments. Thank you for recognizing Macon nursing faculty development, professorships, faculty chairs and State College for what it is: one of our region’s most valuable scholars. Additional campaign monies have gone to support faculty resources. and professional development, for library enhancement, and, in fall 2005, to help launch the College’s newest degree program in ‘Invest in Success’ Campaign Gifts and Pledges $1,500,000 - $2,000,000 $50,000 - $99,999 $10,000 - $24,999 Charles H. Jones Family Foundation, Inc. BB&T Charitable Foundation Myra and Albert Abrams Charles H. Jones David Lanier Burgess Pigment Company Waldo Floyd, III, M.D. Malcolm S. Burgess, Jr. $1,000,000 - $1,499,999 L. Kenneth Hammond Mary A. and John D. Comer City of Warner Robins Robert F. Hatcher, Sr. Community Foundation of Central Georgia The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc. Elliott Machine Shop, Inc. $25,000 - $49,999 A.V. Elliott $500,000 - $999,999 Waddell Barnes, M.D. The Farmers Bank Central Georgia Health System E. J. Grassmann Trust Thomas G. Weber A. Donald Faulk, Jr. William Engel Houston Healthcare Security Bank Corporation Frank J. Aaron, Jr. H. Averett Walker Joan B. Huffman $100,000 - $499,999 The James H. Porter Charitable Trust BellSouth Foundation, Inc. Shurling and Company F. Tredway Shurling SunTrust Bank Coliseum Health System W. Stephens Lamb, Jr. Allen Golson JET Foundation, Inc. Continued on next page Robins Federal Credit Union Board of Directors L. E. Schwartz & Son, Inc. MidSouth Federal Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. James B. Patton Melvin and Steve Kruger Claude E. Garrett Anita J. Ponder The Macon Telegraph Dee B. Minter Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Pamela J. Browning Progressive Consulting Technologies Carol Jenkins Barnett Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation Isaac J. Culver, III John F. Rogers, Jr. Larry F. Mobley, G. Scott Sell and Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Ragland SCANA Energy Mary Lee Sell Watts The Samuel T. Mercer Foundation, Inc. Helen Stembridge National Endowment for the Humanities SunTrust Bank Mrs. William P. Simmons John W. Ramsey W. Stephens Lamb, Jr. Sonny’s Real Pit Bar B Q Sherri and Ronnie Rollins Barbara and Larry Stinson Brad Fink Tana and Warren Selby, Jr. Utility Services Company, Inc. Helen and Guy Starling Jimmy Spinks Carl Cummings State Farm Companies Foundation Street Home Medical, Inc. Larry Walker Strato, Inc. Ron Street Jackie and Larry Warnock Sebie Lacey and Greg Edenfield SunTrust Bank, Middle Georgia and Trusco Kim Ragland Wheeler and James Q. Whitaker, M.D. Capital Management Jon S. Wheeler Janis and Eddie Wiggins Mardie Herndon One donor wishes to remain anonymous Youmans Chevrolet Wachovia Bank, N.A. George E. Youmans, Jr. Chuck Harmon $1,000 - $4,999 Joan and Levy Youmans, Jr. Wachovia Foundation 119 Design Ben Boswell, Jr. Donna B. Jackson $100 - $999 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Youmans Virgil L. Adams Byrd and Company, LLC Baldschun, Cable and Jones, LLC Mark Byrd $5,000 - $9,999 Bank of America Children's Friend, Inc. Aramark Corporation Louis Holloway Colonial Bank Janet Walker Oliver Bateman John McSween Dee and Patrick Bartness Chase Broadcasting, Inc. Bonnie L. and Michael A. Dirr David A. Bell Gordon Van Mol William H. Epps, Jr. The Boeing Company Guy C. Cheatham, Jr. E. Jerry Harrell Obie Jones Mr. and Mrs. John D. Christy Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lane Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation Jeanie Enyart and Mark Doyle A. W. Lee and Company Dan Snyder Gannett Foundation, Inc. Alexander Burton Lee, III Beth and Bill Byers Mary S. Edenfield Gibbs Marion “Brother” Liles CB&T Bank of Middle Georgia Rita and Michael Hale McNair, McLemore, Middlebrooks and R. Gary Bishop J. Milton Heard, IV Co., LLP Sandra E. and Homer N. Childs Knight-Ridder, Inc. Monty W. and Susan S. Rogers Sue and Ron Chipman June G. Lowe Foundation, Inc. Cox Communications Edward D. Lukemire Susan and Monty Rogers Michael Dyer Macon State College Women's Caucus Nottingham, Brook and Pennington, Inc. Cox Communications, Business Services Martin Snow, LLP Charlie E. Pennington Daniel Slagle E. Jerry Harrell Sharon and Morris Purcel Harriet Murphey Durkee and Martin Foundation, Inc. Barbara A. Shaheen Sally Murphey Heard T. Baldwin Martin Thompson, Davis and Hogan Flint Energies Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Matthews Bob Thompson Susan B. Poole Thomas H. McCook Menlia M. and Robert T. Trammell Barbara J. Frizzell Lynn W. McCraney Dr. D. T. Walton, Jr. Griffith Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. Tommie and Buck Melton Benjamin W. Griffith, III New Southern Bank Sara Jackson Hertwig Mark Stevens McMullan & McMullan Tommy C. Olmstead Charlotte E. and V. Fain McMullan A College that hasn’t benefited from gifts to the Annual Campaign.” Typically, Annual Campaign funds s a pivotal educational and are targeted toward three general areas: economic resource for Central Georgia and student scholarships, faculty and staff its residents, Macon State College is enrichment programs, and committed to playing a strong, active role collaborative community projects. in our region. Your gifts to the MSC Annual Campaign donors support Foundation Annual Campaign help support faculty research, and help provide the initiatives and activities that make the College with resources to take College a more vital institution and advantage of innovative teaching and strengthen its connection to community. learning opportunities, as they arise. Although the state of Georgia provides In addition, gifts to the Campaign the funding to meet the primary needs of enable the Foundation to sponsor the Macon State College, it is the responsibility annual President’s Awards to recognize 2005-2006, the Foundation awarded 155 of the College, as it is for all institutions Macon State faculty and staff for scholarships totaling more than $90,000. in the University System, to acquire outstanding teaching and service. Besides these awards, another 91 students through private donations the additional Annual Campaign funds also allow the received “Stick Around” Scholarships, dollars needed to enhance and enrich the Foundation to bring important educational established several years ago by the quality of educational experience for its activities to campus, such as the Georgia Foundation to encourage MSC associate students. Securing and overseeing the Science Olympiad Regional Tournament, degree graduates to continue on at Macon proper stewardship of donor contributions the Young Authors Conference, the State in pursuit of their bachelor’s degrees. on behalf of the College is the role of the Regional Math Olympics and the Southeast In the past five years, 450 students have MSC Foundation. Model African Union Conference. earned “Stick Around” Scholarships, “Annual Campaign funds are so valuable But perhaps the most important way the totaling in excess of $136,600 – completely because they give us the financial flexibility Foundation is able to use Annual Campaign funded by Annual Campaign supporters. to take advantage of emerging opportunities funds is in support of scholarships to in support of the College,” said Sue B. Macon State students who have Chipman, MSC Foundation executive demonstrated academic promise. For director. “There’s hardly an area of the E. J. Grassmann Trust University System of Georgia Foundation The Summit Society William V. Engel Larry Walker Robert F. Hatcher, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Youmans Recognizes donors whose JET Foundation, Inc. cumulative lifetime gifts total Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation Silver Circle ($2,500-$4,999) $100,000 or more Wachovia Bank, N.A. Trustee Myra and Albert Abrams National Endowment for the Humanities AOC Educational Foundation BellSouth Foundation, Inc. The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc. Dixie Crow Chapter Central Georgia Health System Robins Federal Credit Union David A. Bell A. Donald Faulk, Jr. Board of Directors Bry-Mel Homes, Inc. Charles H. Jones Family Sherri and Ronnie Rollins Jackie and Larry Warnock Foundation, Inc. Security Bank Corporation CB&T Bank of Middle Georgia Charles H. Jones H. Averett Walker R. Gary Bishop The Farmers Bank City of Warner Robins The President’s Circle Thomas G. Weber Community Foundation of Central Houston Healthcare Georgia Recognizes donors who contribute Frank J. Aaron, Jr. E. J. Grassmann Trust $1,000 or more annually Joan B. Huffman William V. Engel L. E. Schwartz & Son, Inc. JET Foundation, Inc. Gold Circle ($5,000-$9,999) Melvin and Steve Kruger The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc. Waddell Barnes, M.D. MidSouth Federal Credit Union Robins Federal Credit Union Burgess Pigment Company Claude E. Garrett Board of Directors Malcolm S. Burgess, Jr. Publix Super Markets Charities University System of Georgia Mary A. and John D. Comer Utility Service Co., Inc. Cox Communications, Business Services Carl S. Cummings Daniel T. Slagle Wachovia Foundation The Founders Society PK Ebert Ben Boswell, Jr. Recognizes donors who contribute Flint Energies Foundation, Inc. Warner Robins Supply Company, Inc. Susan B. Poole $10,000 or more annually GEICO Mark Bayer Jack Harshbarger BB&T Charitable Foundation The Macon Telegraph Bronze Circle ($1,000-$2,499) David Lanier Pamela J. Browning 13 WMAZ Central Georgia Health System Parrish Construction Group, Inc. Dodie Cantrell A. Donald Faulk, Jr. Dave Cyr Virgil L. Adams Charles H. Jones Family Foundation, Inc. John W. Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Amerson, Jr. Charles H. Jones Reynolds American Baldschun, Cable and Jones, LLC Cherokee Brick & Tile Company Dan Snyder Bank of America Coliseum Health System SunTrust Bank, Middle Georgia Louis Holloway Allen Golson Mardie R. Herndon, Jr. Community Foundation of Central Georgia Continued on next page Bronze Circle continued Rivoli Bank Combined Federal Campaign Ed Loomis Dr. and Mrs. Brad N. Ford Dee and Patrick Bartness Vicki M. Rogers Mary S. Edenfield-Gibbs BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. Shurling and Company Sara Jackson Hertwig Terry D. Smith F. Tredway Shurling Knight-Ridder, Inc. Denise and Alan Bickford Patricia B. Simmons Nancy Ashton Beth and Bill Byers Dr. and Mrs. William H. Somers A. Burton Lee, III Guy C. Cheatham, Jr. Sonny's Real Pit Bar B Q LJL Truck Center Inc. Sandra E. and Homer N. Childs Brad Fink Tim Leskosky Sue and Ron Chipman Jimmy Spinks MaconPower Mr. and Mrs. John D. Christy Steel Services Company Daniel D. Gibson, Jr. Coca Cola Company Ronald T. Binner, Jr. Beverly B. Martin Kelli Finch Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Stewart, III Charles R. Matson Sandra K. Couch Barbara and Larry Stinson Harry G. McAlum Steven M. Davis Elizabeth G. Tripp Middle Georgia Claims Association Lenda B. Dillard Tim Vick N. Wayne Yarbrough Elliott Machine Shop, Inc. Wal-Mart Store #2890 Larry Mobley A. V. Elliott Keith Rhinehart Monty W. and Susan S. Rogers Merry and Don Faulk Janis and Eddie Wiggins Foundation, Inc. The Fickling Family Foundation Youmans Chevrolet Susan and Monty Rogers Roy H. Fickling George E. Youmans, Jr. Tommy C. Olmstead Barbara J. Frizzell Joan and Levy Youmans, Jr. Parts Central, Inc. Amy and Peyton R. Glore One donor wishes to remain anonymous Milton Butler W. Michael Hale Mr. and Mrs. James B. Patton Jackson R. Harshbarger Mr. and Mrs. C. Warren Selby, Jr. J. M. Huber Corporation The Blue and Helen and Guy Starling Harland Archer Gold Club Benjamin B. Tate Tracey A. Jensen Recognizes donors Dr. D. T. Walton, Jr. Donald M. Leebern, Jr. Thomas W. Waugh June and Chet Lowe who contribute $100 to E. Randall Wright Edward D. Lukemire $999 annually Macon Supply Company, Inc. Continued on next page D. Frank Gunn Scholars Club ($500-$999) Mr. and Mrs. William M. Matthews Chase Broadcasting, Inc. Lynn W. McCraney Gordon K. Van Mol McMullan & McMullan Children's Friend, Inc. Charlotte E. and V. Fain McMullan McNair, McLemore, Middlebrooks & Co. Tommie and Buck Melton Dee B. Minter Larry W. Moore Pam and Joe R. Nemec New Southern Bank Mark A. Stevens Progressive Consulting Technologies Isaac J. Culver, III Pyles Plumbing & Utility Contractors, Inc. S. Brent Pyles Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Ragland Riverside Ford, Inc. John F. Shoemaker Honors Club ($100-$499) Kevin S. Floyd Holly T. Morrison Martha A. Wilson Abbott Laboratories Fund Frances S. Brown-Dodd, Inc. Pella S. Murphy Mary D. Wilson Larry J. Allen Frances Smith Brown-Dodd Dr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Newton, Jr. Sheryl H. Winn Stephany S. Archibald Lee A. Fruitticher Pamela V. O'Neal Mary D. Wolfe Pamela R. Arlov Charlene C. Goodwin Panaprint, Inc. Ginger P. and J. Larry Wolfenbarger John R. Arnold Edward J. Gowen, Jr. Wanzie T. Collins Janet C. and Paul Woods, Jr. Jeanette and Marvin Arrington Linda L. Green Robin C. Parkerson Dr. and Mrs. William W. Wright Tina K. Ashford Steve E. Greene Carmelita B. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wysowski Vivian E. Austin Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellsworth Hall, III Renee Pearman N. C. Yang Anita L. Bailey Joel D. Haywood Claudia T. Pecor One donor wishes to remain Elizabeth S. Barnes Yolanda Headley B. Wayne Perry anonymous Jerry Barnes William G. Hervey Mary Jo Purser Bearings and Drives, Inc. Rita M. Higgins Putzel's Lighting, Inc. Donor Andrew H. Nations Patricia C. Hill Terry Barrett Recognizes donors who contribute $1 Sandra W. Bevill W. Chris Hill Monica G. Radcliff to $99 annually Blade Uniforms & Promotions Brenda F. Hogan Carolyn K. Rath Terry Long Hudson & Marshall, Inc. Barbara J. Ratzlaff Katherine D. Adams Pat A. Borck Ben G. Hudson Marvin E. Reid Charles F. Aiken James M. Bouvia George T. Hunt, III Elizabeth A. Riley Carl W. Anderson Laura M. Bowen Dr. and Mrs. Jack L. Hutcheson Jimmie A. Robertson Jimmy L. Anderson Carolyn F. Bradley Barbara E. Hutto Gary S. Rogers Donna P. Balding John C. Bredfeldt Patti J. Impink Versie J. Rouse Andrew D. Brown Lynnea K. Ingle Starlar L. Sanford Alvin Banks Beth Brown Jackson Automotive Group, Inc. Juliane Santiago H. Foster Bell S. Phillip Brown James L. Jackson, Jr. Nanette B. Sayles Beverly H. Bergman Lynne B. Bryan Harriet Ross Jardine Manoj H. Shah, M.D. Amy J. Berke Nancy M. Bunker Peggy P. and William R. Jerles, D.D.S. Barbara A. Shaheen Boeing Gift Matching Program Butler Automotive Group Frank C. Jones Earl W. Shinn Roy Kaplan G. Marshall Butler June D. Jones Mrs. William P. Simmons Shaun L. Bohannon Kevin Cantwell and Betsy Lerner Rhonda D. Kelley David S. Sims J. C. Braswell Andy T. Clark Robert A. Kelly Sandra K. Skarsaune Annie M. Bray Ronald P. Clay Gwen B. Kitchens Ronald W. Slade Patrick S. Brennan Charlie E. Cloaninger, Jr. Stacy L. Kluge Donald L. Smith Don K. Brown Colonial Bank Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lane R. Todd Smith Melanie J. Brown John McSween Cathy Q. Lee Sheron Smith Karen B. Bryan Clyde T. Conine, Jr. Sue G. Leslie Southland Waste Systems of Georgia Vylene Bryant Linda W. Cooper Marion "Brother" Liles Palmer N. Rolfes Jeffrey C. Burne Lilia D. Corley Ann E. Loyd Debbie and Grier Sowell Robert A. Burnham Rebecca J. Corvey Shirley H. and James R. Macklin Dolores L. and Martin E. Sparrow, Jr. E. Denise Caldon Captain and Mrs. James R. Couch Macon Communications, Inc. Robert L. Stephens Emmylou Callis Diane M. Craine John McCall J. Michael Stewart Mary A. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Parker F. Davis Richard L. Malone Larry K. Stirewalt Daisy M. Carracter B. Samuel Dean Jeffrey A. Marshall Nancy P. Stroud Tina C. Carreker Gene R. Deffenbaugh Master Gardeners of Central Georgia Eric L. Sun Nyshona M. Carthon Adrienne T. Chatfield Dillard Vivian Skipper Bethany L. Sutton Sydney H. Chalfa Robert L. Dixon Mathis Akins Concrete Block Co. Sasha Tomic Charles L. Cheek Roger G. Dixon Donald C. Sheffield Adam R. Trahan Kelli Cheng Carol E. Doyle Edward D. McDowell, Jr. Menlia M. and Robert T. Trammell Carol S. Cheshire Rosemary B. Dumas Michelle P. McKinney Wimberly and Marc Treadwell Valerie D. Clark Wanda M. Eanes James H. McNeill John M. Trimboli, Ph.D. Tiffany D. Coder Margaret P. Easterlin Mid-Ga Trailers William E. Upton Laurence W. Fennelly Blanche and Martin Presley Genevieve G. Whitaker Carol E. Ferrell Teresa J. Miller Joseph M. White, Jr. Continued on next page James Floyd Mary K. Morris H. Al Williams Donor List continued Sharon E. Colley Sheryl N. Humphrey Rodger A. Oren Stephen W. Taylor Sheree S. Collins Myra and Craig Jackson Bonnie L. Parker Tiffiany L. Telfair Olivia J. Cook Barbara J. Jolley Gloria A. Payne Bonita T. Tharpe Maurice F. Cowan Pamela F. Jordan M. Susan Phillips Tommy O. Thomas Alicia B. David Wendy K. Kallina Kimberly A. Pickens Debbie B. Thornley J. Nicholas DeBonis M. Allison Kerr Gail L. Pollock Scott W. Trantham Jeffrey S. Delaney Misty D. Kiernan Joseph J. Popson, III Ryan T. Tucker Josie L. Doss Mary H. Lanier Ginger E. Powers Kristy M. Vanderwarker Carl M. Dudley Rebecca S. Lanning Brenda F. Price Ashley M. Walker Robert C. Durand David A. Lawing Elizabeth E. Purvis Mary Wearn Susan M. Durr Debra G. Leclair Phoebe N. Rabalais Phil Wetherington Janice L. Edens and John S. Edwards Bonnie A. Little Linda G. Roberts Margaret L. Wheeler William O. Faulkner, Jr. Jerry N. Little, Jr. Naomi Robertson Brenda B. Wilkinson Pat Fountain Laureen L. Lowman Patricia Rodriguez Roland Willequer Judy C. Freeney Anna Honadel Mancilla Richard C. Sager Kathy C. Williams Catherine D. Frost Avice I. Marshall Evelyn B. Salter Glenda R. Williamson Lyn M. Gabriel J. Alan Marshall William T. Sanders Cindy Womack Kathryn G. Gatins Jo Ann Marshall Scientific-Atlanta Foundation, Inc. Dr. Michael L. and Laura P. Gay Emogene M. Martin James F. McDonald Mrs. Sylvia H. Womack Mance Graves, Jr. Mary Hammond Washington Kenneth E. Sessions Margarett A. Woodham G. Michele Greer Chapter D.A.R. Dawn A. Sherry Bobbye J. Wynne Betty L. Groover Mrs. B. T. Harrison, III Cheryl A. Sibert Monica M. Young-Zook Dahlys R. Hamilton Debra H. Matthews Debra Slagle One donor wishes to remain Douglas P. Harden Eunice M. Matthews-Bradshaw Elsie H. Chaffin Smith anonymous James M. Harden Melissa Matthias Robert Smith Roy Harper Gregory B. May Linda A. and E. Rex Smyth, Jr. The donor list represents gifts made K. C. Harris Bradley R. McAllister Marina B. Spears to the MSC Foundation from July 1, Alfreda H. Harrison Courtney P. McCallum Richard S. Spiers 2004 through June 30, 2005. Special Bernice Hart Charlotte J. McCuen Kathy J. Sprinkle effort has been taken to ensure the Kathy R. Hawkins Macon C. McGinley Dr. and Mrs. E. Michael Staman accuracy of this listing. We apologize Becky M. Hendricks Jacqueline H. McNair Erma H. Stevens for any error and ask that you notify Fredrick Hill Diane F. Medcalf Mr. and Mrs. John Stone the MSC Office of Development and R. Brandon Hill Barry J. Monk Carlie S. Strong Alumni Affairs at 478-471-2732 or James H. Hinson Stephanie B. Morris Ray D. Sturbaum firstname.lastname@example.org. Cordelia D. Holliday Anne K. Moshtael Rebecca H. Suddeth Susan H. Hulett Thyra E. Nelson Jean R. Taff The easiest way to make a contribution include the Macon State College Beth Byers at 478-471-2732 or to the Macon State College Foundation Foundation in your estate plans. email@example.com. is by cash or check. Securities, such as Common forms of planned gifts are However you wish to give, your stocks and bonds, can be a beneficial bequests through your will, life contribution is greatly appreciated and way to make a charitable gift, especially insurance, real estate, retirement funds will continue to enrich the educational if you have highly appreciated stock. and gift annuities, just to name a few. programs at Macon State College! To establish a planned gift, simply For more information, please contact M political science, Kalis is now public health advisor for the Centers for Disease Control in artin Kalis might never have Atlanta. He took that position after become a Macon State College student were working for Sytex, where he was it not for a good friend who talked politics responsible for the planning and with him. development of a state-of-the-art In the early 1990s, Kalis had delayed emergency operation center for the going to college for a while and was working CDC and where he served as a as a cardiac telemetry technician at the consultant for the U.S. National Houston Medical Center in his hometown Response Team and provided of Warner Robins. His close friend, Shannon technical support for the Office of Williams, had enrolled at Macon State as a Homeland Security. political science major. Kalis received his degree in “We had long conversations about politics, political science from Macon State in 1995, in Atlanta with his wife, Hillary, a high school and that really solidified my interest,” said then graduated summa cum laude from the math teacher, Kalis is pleased that Macon Kalis, 34, who received Macon State’s 2005 University of Georgia with a bachelor of arts State has become a four-year institution and Outstanding Alumnus Award during the in political science/international relations. continues to provide a high-quality college annual Alumni Dinner on April 29. “When I went to UGA to get my bachelor’s opportunity for Central Georgia residents. “So I became a political science major at degree, I was pretty much bored to tears in “I interact with graduates from (top- Macon State.” some of my political science and social ranking universities) all the time,” Kalis said, The associate degrees earned by Kalis and sciences classes because I’d already covered “and my academic experiences at Macon Williams served them well. Williams, who that material at Macon State,” Kalis said. “I and UGA were every bit as good.” died recently, went on to law school and was more than prepared by Macon State.” became an assistant public defender with the Kalis later received a master’s degree in Monroe County Towaliga Judicial Circuit. international affairs from George Washington Alumni Council Combining his interests in healthcare and University in Washington, D.C. Now living C. Bruce Clark ‘88 Lenda B. Dillard ‘75 Kevin S. Floyd ‘00 Patti J. Impink ‘74 Edward D. Lukemire ‘74 Renee Martinez ‘01 Debra Z. Sowell ‘77 William Grier Sowell, Sr. ‘77 Monica Thomas ‘97 MSC Welcomes New Terry Tripp Development Coordinator Wendy Clark joined Macon State College Foundation where she served as sustaining be to develop alumni-focused programs and in August as development coordinator. Clark gifts officer. Prior to joining Medcen, she initiatives that engage graduates in the has 12 years of experience in fundraising served five years as director of alumni activities of the College and Foundation. and development, and she comes to MSC relations at Georgia College & State from the Medcen Community Health University. At Macon State, her focus will A receives Georgia’s Hope Scholarship, Salter has never had to pay a dime in tuition and fees. nybody who thinks today’s “I know people who borrowed young people have trouble staying focused money to go to college and they never should meet Megan Elizabeth Salter. finished,” Salter said. “So they have When she graduated from Warner debt but no degree. I didn’t want that Robins High School in 2003, Salter’s plans to happen to me.” A Warner Robins native, Salter said she were carefully laid out. She would go to For the 2005-2006 academic year, Salter feels lucky that a good regional college college close to home because she loves has received a scholarship through the was available to her so she didn’t have to living in Central Georgia and she didn’t Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of Georgia move, at least not while she is an want to borrow money to go away to Foundation. Previously, she was awarded undergraduate. She is married to Eric school. She would pursue her first a Coca-Cola Scholarship and the Jim Bass Salter, a Houston County sheriff’s deputy, academic love, English, but supplement Jr. Memorial Scholarship, given in memory and has a stepdaughter, Victoria. it with a solid background in business. of a Macon State admissions director who Salter’s future plans include getting a And she would apply for every scholarship was a respected community leader and master’s degree and a doctorate with an she could think of. supporter of the arts. eye on someday becoming a college So far, the plan is paying off handsomely. All three scholarships are awarded professor. Salter, 21, has already earned an associate’s through the Macon State College “More than anything, the scholarships degree in English from Macon State Foundation. are like getting a vote of confidence,” she College and is close to finishing her “The generosity of people who give said. “I’m grateful that I don’t have to bachelor of science in business. A hard- money to create scholarships allows worry about paying for college so I can working honors student with a 3.9 GPA, students to go to college who might focus on my goals.” Salter’s stellar academic and otherwise not get to go,” Salter said. extracurricular record has earned her three “Without these scholarships, I don’t know scholarships through the Macon State that I would be at Macon State College.” College Foundation. Because she also 2005-06 Scholarships Awarded Anna M. Nemec Memorial Flint Energies Foundation Jo Hammond Memorial Nursing Class of 1975 Enas Ahmed Yousef Sandra M. Barajas Darlene Marshall Courtney Ann Linn AOC – The Dixie Crow Chapter Nobuko Mori Fogarty Joe E. Timberlake, III PATHWAYS Kimberlyn R. Carter Stacey Marie Foran Jennifer Bonnie Martin Kimberlyn R. Carter Aaron H. Hill Wesley Michael Miller John B. Harris, Jr. Memorial Estella Marie Dennard Stephen Michael Koch Julia Baye Shadwick Senobia Marquitta Garrett Katherine M. Moore Tiffany Elaine Richards Matthew Lloyd Talmage Louise Y. Lockhart Memorial Respiratory Therapy Bobby B. Singley Memorial Gail Burdsall Cowan Nursing Ariana Faith Strong Catherine Theresa Krattli Betsy English Haman Autumn Noelle Anderson Macon Business and Professional Joseph David Lee Coca-Cola Gannett Foundation/13 WMAZ Women’s Club Sharon McManus Memorial Debra C. Bailey Jerome A. Gratigny Ariana Faith Strong Darlene Marshall Barbara D. Baldree George F. Mayer Memorial Mamie Scarborough Burney Suburban Junior Woman's Jennifer M. Benjamin Darlene Marshall Memorial Nursing Club Cynthia R. Gamboa Hattie Elizabeth Wilder Memorial Lindsay Brooks Balkcom Jennifer Bonnie Martin Carrie L. Greco Nursing Matrix University System of Georgia Shannon M. Griffis Autumn Noelle Anderson Hannah R. Marney Foundation Amber D. Haslett Jacqueline S. Scott McNair, McLemore, Sandra L. Pacchioli Bryndon L. Holland Jennifer Bonnie Martin Middlebrooks & Company Penelope L. Price Jessica R. Hunt James R. Couch Memorial Jacqueline Colson Hogan Ruth A. Ryals Merry N. Yates Nursing Macon State College Foundation Nicole R. Stover Community Foundation David L. Ruemmele Ross C. Babbitt Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of Central Georgia James T. Bass, Jr. Memorial Danielle E. Brenner of Georgia Shawna Karen McCallister Deborah Lynn Barnes Jacob Scott Cornell Megan Elizabeth Salter Emory Greene Memorial Jessica Tischer Evans Logan Scott Holland Kathryn Leigh Thompson Laura D. Fortson Agon Kabashi Evelyn Toler Bickford Memorial Jay Ragland Memorial Natalie M. Morofka Carrie Ann Burton Shawna Karen McCallister Brandi Nicole Thrift Julie Connie Walters Macon State College Foundation, Inc. Financial Statements Consolidated Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2005 Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents $158,708 Pledges Receivable, Net 1,908,947 Investments 5,407,933 Land, at cost 1,901,996 Total Assets $9,377,584 $0 Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable $9,605 Scholarships Payable 42,725 Notes Payable 802,321 Interest Payable 1,828 Total Liabilities 856,479 Net Assets Unrestricted Designated 400,000 Undesignated 130,619 Temporarily Restricted 1,987,574 Permanently Restricted 6,002,912 $0 Total Net Assets 8,521,105 Total Liabilities and Net Assets $9,377,584 Annual Campaign Gifts In Memory of Ethel Livingston Floyd Lois and Spartan Taylor Gabriela and Andrew Jimmy Freeney Luther C. Whiters, Sr. DeBonis Grandfather of Kym Allen Jessie M. Goodwin Bill Elieson Robert L. Allrid Caleb Michael Archibald Beverly T. Haines In Honor of Brett W. Lowe Anna M. Nemec Leigh Ann Avera Lizabeth L. Mellon Dr. Nora Kizer Bell Helen Marie Pease Dr. and Mrs. Waddell Barnes Gloria and Jack Ragland Evelyn T. Bickford Jay Ragland Julie M. Bouvia David S. Sims Mitchell E. Brown Dr. Gwendolyn Sell Sorrell Leslie L. Brown James R. Couch Pearl Stephens Sue B. Chipman Kathryn and Walter Davis Consolidated Statement of Activities Year ended June 30, 2005 REVENUES, GAINS AND OTHER SUPPORT Temporarily Permanently Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Total Contributions $137,749 $184,657 $85,910 $408,316 Contributed Services 11,927 – – 11,927 Investment Income 8,080 97,972 – 106,052 Net Realized Gains on Sale of Investments 17,221 60,223 185,839 263,283 Net Unrealized Losses on Investments Reported at Fair Value (15,228) (75,895) (247,620) (338,743) Miscellaneous Income – 55,615 – 55,615 Total Revenues, Gains and Losses and Other Support 159,749 322,572 24,129 506,450 Net Assets Released from Restrictions Restrictions Satisfied by Payments 580,248 (580,248) – – Total Revenues, Gains, and Other Support 739,997 (257,676) 24,129 506,450 Expenses: Program Services: Scholarships 72,683 _ _ 72,683 College Support and Enhancement _ _ 678,414 678,414 Total Program Services _ _ 751,097 751,097 Supportive Services: Foundation Administration 34,170 – – 34,170 Fundraising 26,087 – – 26,087 Total Supportive Services 60,257 – – 60,257 Total Expenses 811,354 – – 811,354 Operating Transfers 149,661 (309,771) 160,110 – Change in Net Assets 78,304 (567,447) 184,239 (304,904) NET ASSETS AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 452,315 2,555,021 5,818,673 8,826,009 NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR $530,619 $1,987,574 $6,002,912 $8,521,105 These statements are excerpts from an independent audit of the financial records of Macon State College Foundation, Inc. The audit was conducted by Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC. A complete report is available in the MSC Office of Development and Alumni Affairs. 100 College Station Drive Macon, Georgia 31206-5145 478-471-2732 Fax 478-471-2846 Please remember the Macon State College Foundation in your will or estate plan. And let us know if you do!
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