Summer 2009 3rd Seahawks Fish & Feast Charity Fundraiser
A Publication of
C.A.S.T.® for Kids Foundation
sponsored by Pinnacle
Sunday May 17th, 2009, For the players, fishing with the kids
marked the 3rd Annual Seahawks is one of their favorite community
Fish & Feast Charity Fundraiser events of the year!” said Mike Flood,
in support of the C.A.S.T. for Kids VP Community Relations of Seattle
Foundation. With Pinnacle, An Seahawks & Seattle Sounders FC.
American Management Services
Company, as the Presenting Sponsor, Clay Dyer, Professional
the Seahawks and IKEA as Blue Fisherman and C.A.S.T. for Kids
Reel Sponsors, Purcell Painting Foundation Spokesman, was also at
& Coating and 1st Savings Bank
Northwest as Green Reel Sponsors,
and several in-kind and product
donors, over $25,000 was raised to
support disable and disadvantaged
children getting the opportunity to
enjoy a quality outdoor recreational
experience through fishing.
“Working with the Seahawks is
an absolute pleasure” says Jim Owens,
Colin Cole, Patrick Kerney, and Ashley
Executive Director of the C.A.S.T. for
show off their special catch at the 2009 3rd
Kids Foundation, “It is very obvious the fundraiser. Clay was born with
Annual Seahawks Fish & Feast Charity
that they involve themselves in the half a right arm and no left arm and
community, not because they have no legs. Clay’s motto is “If I can, you
to, but because they truly care about can” and the children participating in
this year’s event were able to witness
the accomplishments of somebody
that has similar obstacles to their own.
He is a true inspiration to those who
Families from the Renton
School District Special Education
making it a better place.”
Seahawks DE Patrick Kerney
returned as the event’s Honorary
Chairman Other Seahawks personnel
that participated included T Will
Robinson, TE John Carlson, DT Colin
Cole, QB Matt Hasselbeck, LS Ryan
Senser , T Kyle Williams and QB
Coach Bill Lazor. Department had the opportunity to go
fishing with the players and sponsors
“Seahawks players and staff this year and truly enjoyed themselves.
had a terrific time hosting the kids and “My favorite part was when I caught
families of the C.A.S.T. organization. the trout. I also continued pg. 4
1 Summer 2009
This past year has been incredibly switch drivers. Sue was driving as we con-
tough on non-profit organizations all across tinued through the town. She noticed that
the country. As the economy has tanked, the cover to our boat was flapping oddly so
donations have dwindled, funding has been I told her to pull over. As she started to I
Executive Director cut, and programs have been lost. Many said no, not here, go down the block a little
Jim Owens non-profits are struggling to stay afloat or farther. That was key as you will see.
227 SW 41st Street have had to scale back. C.A.S.T. for Kids, I As I got out to walk back to check
Renton, WA 98057
(425) 251-3214 am very happy to report, is NOT one of them. out the back cover I hear this “Jim, Jim,
firstname.lastname@example.org Our funding has held steady and we have Jim, Jim,” being yelled out behind me. As I
even been able to add a few new events. For turn around I see this teenage girl screaming
National Program Director this I am so very thankful to all of our donors, at the top of her lungs and running straight
Art Pasley sponsors, partners, and everyone else that has for me. I recognized her immediately. Her
1529 Sunview Drive supported us and our mission. name is Amanda and she is a long time par-
Dallas, TX 75253 But hold on! Before you become ticipant at our Potholes Reservoir event. As
email@example.com complacent and put away your checkbook she gets to me she doesn’t slow down at all.
because it looks like we are doing fine, please She hits me and wraps me up like middle
Executive Board understand that we are pretty much just hold- linebacker and gives me a huge hug, and all
President – Scot Laney ing ground. Don’t get me wrong, under these the while still yelling my name. As soon as
Vice President –Jay Yelas economic circumstances that’s great, but we Sue comes around the boat I am abandoned
Secretary/Treasurer – Pat McBride are not moving ahead. There are still a lot and she runs straight to Sue and give her a
Larry Walkoviak of special needs kids out there that deserve big huge also.
the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and You can’t believe how touched
Corporate Sponsors the sport of fishing that we have not reached we both are and how fortunate we feel. If
Zebco Corporation yet. We need your continued help to do this. we would have stopped at the first place
Plano Molding Company Please continue your support and help us to Amanda would never have seen us and we
Eagle Claw help these kids “Catch A Special Thrill” would have never known what a special
thing CAST is in her life.
There is no better example of why
I do this than what happened over this past
Memorial Day Weekend. My wife, Sue, and
A special Thank You to the I had attended the 39th Annual Washington
agencies that help “Special State Bass Club Jamboree in eastern Wash-
People, Help Special Kids Catch ington and had stayed an extra day to miss
A Special Thrill”...
the heavy Monday afternoon traffic. We
stopped on the way home in a little town
called Ephrata to get a chocolate malt and
NOTICE TO ALL FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
Do you like C.A.S.T. events and what they represent? Do you want to see
C.A.S.T. reach out and give more Special Kids a chance to CATCH A SPECIAL
Now YOU can do something to help make that possibility! C.A.S.T. For
Kids Foundation is approved for the 2009 Combined Federal Campaign that runs
through December. Please consider the C.A.S.T. For Kids Foundation for your next
CFC Pledge. Help us ensure that there will always be someone there to help Special
Kids Catch A Special Thrill.
CFC # 12017
2 Summer 2009
1998 Ferrari Raffle For C.A.S.T.
and Restoring Hope, Inc.
C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation is hosting a raffle for Restoring C.A.S.T. for Kids
Hope Inc. The prize is a gorgeous 355 F1 Berlinetta Ferrari! Please visit
www.castforkids.org and www.restoringhopeinc.com for more pictures
and information. There will only be 3,000 tickets sold for $100 each. Tell
your friends, family, and co-workers. Not only will you be supporting a
Purpose & Goals
great cause, you may end up in this car.
The Cause: The proceeds from the raffle will be used to purchase
a custom built commercial fishing charter boat designed specifically for
special needs, foster kids, and disabled war vets. The boat will be com- To provide disabled and dis-
pletely wheelchair accessible and filled with several accommodations advantaged children the oppor-
tunity to enjoy a quality outdoor
for the maximum ease and comfort of the passengers. Much thought has
recreational experience through
been put into this by experts from various fields of care for the disabled.
the sport of fishing.
Please visit www.armstrongmarine.com to see examples.
Expose children, who may not
otherwise get the opportunity,
to the sport of fishing and the
enjoyment of the outdoors.
The Mission: To provide a one-of-a-kind, sport fishing, or cruise
adventure, for individuals whom would not otherwise have an opportunity.
Our goal is to provide trips for 1,000 individuals annually plus their coun- Encourage continued
selors, assistants, and parents. participation in fishing by
Our guests shall be provided with meals, drinks, and snacks. There developing skills in the children
will also be alternative entertainment for those who need or want it which along with their parents.
will include two flat screen TV's supported by satellite TV, DVD, ps3, as
well as satellite radio, local radio, mp3 and eventually a recap of the boat’s
Provide education and
past catches that will provide a permanent memory of all the special people
understanding to the children
and their successes for us to share with the world. The plan is FUN, an
about fish as a natural resource.
escape from a world of obstacles and limitations. The primary fish will
be sharks and sting rays not to mention the various species available in
the San Francisco Bay. All of our passengers with go home with a framed Increase the awareness of all
picture of their catch. And by practicing 100% catch and release we’ll be participants; parents, sportsmen,
instilling responsibility toward the environment and protection of our fish- and volunteers, to the capabilities
eries within future generations. of children with disabilities.
Please feel free to spread the word on this raffle. Please go to www.
castforkids.org to buy a ticket and support two foundations with a similar
Broaden angling programs
wonderful cause. The car has approximately 24,000 miles and only one
to offer opportunities to a
owner. It is in excellent condition and has paddle shifters on the steering greater number of disabled and
wheel for manual shifting but no clutch. disadvantaged children.
Must by 18 years of age to play. The raffle is open and will con-
tinue until July 24th, 2009.
3 Summer 2009
Have you met C.A.S.T.’s ...3rd Annual Seahawks Fish & Feast Continued....
National Spokesman? really enjoyed eating lunch with
Patrick Kerney” said 11 year old
Message from Clay: Ashley Inge, “I think it was really
cool because most people don’t get to
Sometimes, I feel like the luckiest fish with a Seahawk.”
man alive. I know some people look Special thanks to those whose
at me and feel sympathy because in-kind contributions added true value
to the event. Thanks to the Seahawks
of my condition. I look at my for the use of their new VMAC
condition (physical limitations) facility and dock, Prop Gallery for the
as one of God’s best blessings on thoughtful event decorating, Famous
Dave’s for their “real honest” BBQ,
my life. My condition has given
me opportunities to go and do
things beyond my wildest dreams.
It has also given me opportunities
to inspire others to do likewise.
Thank you sponsors!!
I believe we have a responsibility
regardless of our station in life to
help others who might be similarly
Auburn Sports & Marine for the boats
(including three other sled boats and all
captains for their time), the Renton &
Bellevue Reporters for the press, and
Fast Signs for the banners.
situated find happiness and peace On a side note, Andy
irrespective of their circumstances. Macourek, found the Fish & Feast event
Remember, if I can you can. information and sponsorship package
online and in lieu of attending the
fundraiser made a donation to C.A.S.T.
for $2,500 toward a Seahawks Training
Camp experience. The contribution
and Training Camp Experience was
purchased as a birthday present to his
wife, happy birthday Denise.
Last weekend’s sunshine
couldn’t have provided a better
atmosphere for boating and fishing on
Lake Washington. Many thanks to the
100 plus attendees of the fundraiser
and the wonderful show of community
For more information on Clay and his career, support to the C.A.S.T. for Kids
please visit www.teamdyer.com. Clay will Foundation. All proceeds will go
be present at an occasional C.A.S.T. Event directly to supporting efforts to provide
when his schedule allows, however we will more disable and disadvantaged
children the opportunity to recreate
not know until a week or so ahead of time outdoors through fishing. We look
so keep an eye out! forward to next year.and many years
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Special Thank You’s from our Volunteers and Participants...
5 Summer 2009
Memories Caught in 2009 so far...
Corpus Christi, TX
Washington DC Corpus Christi, TX
San Pablo, CA
San Pablo, CA
6 Summer 2009
You too can help C.A.S.T. for Kids... Add C.A.S.T. for Kids
Foundation to your
By donating to the CAST for Kids Foundation, you will provide the means neces- giving list!
sary to enhance the foundation’s positive work in the community and allow more
disabled and disadvantaged children the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor Some companies in WA that
recreational experience through the sport of fishing. Your donations are tax offer Corporate Giving
deductible too - please request a receipt with our 501(c) (3) with your donation.
Programs are Amazon, Cas-
o $50 o $100 o Other ______ cade Natural Gas, REI,
Safeco, and many more!
Address _______________________________________________ Check out http://www.tgci.
City _______________________State__________Zip __________ com/funding.shtml to find out
Phone_________________________________________________ what companies are involved
in your state.
o Check o Visa o Mastercard
Account Number ________________________________________
Expiration Date _________________________________________ State & Federal employees
Signature: have this option too,
contact your HR
Please send in to C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation 227 SW 41st, Renton, WA 98057
or donate online at www.castforkids.org department for details!
“How do I find these companies?”
Thank you to our National Sponsors - Plano Tackle Systems
431 East South Street
Plano, IL 60545
6105 E. Apache
Tulsa, OK 74115
Eagle Claw Fishing Tackle Co.
4245 East 46th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216-6011
Interested in your company
becoming a corporate sponsor
of this wonderful community
7 Summer 2009
Total C.A.S.T. Events hosted: 442
Total Fishing Kids Events hosted: 134
• Total C.A.S.T. Events: 54
• Amount of States C.A.S.T. is present: 26
• Number of children served at C.A.S.T. Events: 2,000
• Number of volunteers involved at C.A.S.T. Events: 3,050
70 • Number of children served at Fishing Kids Events: 9,542
• Number of volunteers involved at Fishing Kids Events: 984
• Annual Budget: $667,784
• Overhead: 12%
60 • Total C.A.S.T. Events: 53
• Amount of States C.A.S.T. is present: 23
• Number of children served at C.A.S.T. Events: 2,150
• Number of volunteers involved at C.A.S.T. Events: 3,039
• Number of children served at Fishing Kids Events: 10,080
• Number of volunteers involved at Fishing Kids Events: 845
• Annual Budget: $682,048
50 • Overhead: 11%
• Total C.A.S.T. Events: 41
• Amount of States C.A.S.T. is present: 19
• Number of children served at C.A.S.T. Events: 1,682
40 • Number of volunteers involved at C.A.S.T. Events: 2,767
• Number of children served at Fishing Kids Events: 9,630
• Number of volunteers involved at Fishing Kids Events: 835
• Annual Budget: $504,236
• Overhead: 10.9%
• Total C.A.S.T. Events: 39
• Amount of States C.A.S.T. is present: 19
• Number of children served at C.A.S.T. Events: 1,641
• Number of volunteers involved at C.A.S.T. Events: 2,663
• Number of children served at Fishing Kids Events: 9,140
• Number of volunteers involved at Fishing Kids Events: 913
20 • Annual Budget: $484,207
• Overhead: 11.4%
• Total C.A.S.T. Events: 32
10 • Amount of States C.A.S.T. is present: 17
• Number of children served at C.A.S.T. Events: 1,680
• Number of volunteers involved at C.A.S.T. Events: 2,005
• Number of children served at Fishing Kids Events: 7,881
• Number of volunteers involved at Fishing Kids Events: 860
• Annual Budget: $483,421
• Overhead: 14%
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
To track C.A.S.T.’s progress, check out our wesbite at www.castforkids.org and click the About Us page.
8 Summer 2009
13th Annual Renton Fishing Kids Event Success
Lake Washington - Renton, WA
Thirteen years and going
strong, the Renton Fishing Kids
Event held June 6, 2009, on the
shores of Lake Washington at Gene
Coulon Park serves as model to
which many of the 14 additional
Fishing Kids events held around
the state are based upon. As the
pioneering event, organizers and
volunteers alike have the imperative
task each year of maintaining and
improving something we at C.A.S.T.
Purpose & Goals
have deemed as ‘chaotic perfection’.
jackets. With warmer weather
Approximately 800 youth quickly approaching there is never
from Renton, WA, and the surrounding a better time to remind everyone Purpose
that safety and fun should go hand To increase participation by all kids
communities had the opportunity to in the sport of fishing
cast their lines into the water with in hand. Many participants and
the assistance of over 75 volunteers. families also had the opportunity to
Unusually warm weather in Western meet “Red” the one and only mascot
Washington in the week preceding of the Red Robin Restaurant chain. Goals
the event combined with Saturday Provide a meaningful and enjoyable
morning overcast left the fish hungry Special thanks to The City fishing opportunity
for plump worms affixed to lines of Renton, Renton Kiwanis, Sheet
Metal Workers Local 66, Red Robin Promote fishing as an alternative
of eager young anglers. Very few leisure activity
participants left without there limit Restaurant, Auburn Sports & Marine,
of two trout! U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Western Offer educational elements such as:
Bass Club, Western Washington Angler Ethics
The U.S. Coast Guard Walleye Club, Eastside Steelheaders, Fish Identification
Auxiliary was onsite providing Boeing Employees Rod & Reel Club, Water Safety
water safety information and strongly Starbucks Coffee, Trout Unlimited,
Puget Sound Anglers, UPS, the Develop skills that provide a lifelong
emphasized the proper use of life hobby
Recreational Boating & Fishing
Foundation, Zebco & Eagle Claw.
For more information on Fishing Kids
Events please see our website under
Fishing Kids Program, Events List: www.
9 Summer 2009
New 2009 C.A.S.T. Clothing
All proceeds from C.A.S.T. for
Kids Foundation clothing sales go
directly to the Foundation to help
them further their mission.
2009 Bass T-shirt 09’ C.A.S.T. Kids T-shirt
M, L, XL, XXL All youth and adult sizes
All merchandise can
be purchased through
our website click the
www.castforkids.org C.A.S.T. 2009 Baseball Hat 2009 C.A.S.T. Camo Hat
Check Money Order Visa Mastercard
City State_________________________Zip ____________ Acct.# _________________________________________________________
Daytime Phone ( ) ________________________________________ Exp. Date_______________________________________________________
Evening Phone ( )_________________________________________ Signature _______________________________________________________
Item Color Size Qty. Price Total
Use separate sheet if necessary. Shipping: Shipping
$0.00 to $25.00 ......................$4.70
$25.01 to $50.00 ....................$5.70 TOTAL
Price includes sales tax
$50.01 to $100.00 ..................$6.70
Make Checks Payable to: (425) 251-3202
C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation • 227 S.W. 41st Street • Renton, WA 98057 www.castforkids.org
10 Summer 2009
A Few Quick Mentions We Don’t Want to Forget...
WIN a Mexico Fishing Trip to Ascension Bay
Up for Auction!
Mexico Fishing Trip to Ascension Bay Bonefish Club for late 2009 or 2010 season!
Valued at $3,200.
This trip includes a 7 day exclusive fishing trip in a bay that allows a daily limited number of
anglers. Room will be made for 1 additional person on this trip, however full cost will apply.
To make a bid, call (425) 251-3202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bidding will close July 31st!
For more details on Ascension Bay, visit www. fishingpursuits.com.
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If you search through Goodsearch.com,
Shop at any participating Albertsons powered by Yahoo - they will contribute money
stores and use your Preferred Savings Card from their advertising dollars to C.A.S.T. for Kids
to donate up to 4% of your monthly spend- Foundation.
ing to the C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation. Do-
nating can be as simple as just going grocery NO MONEY COMES OUT OF YOUR POCKET
shopping! Simply connect your Preferred (It’s actually donated by Yahoo)
Savings Card to our Community
Partners ID #49001020620 today and Next time you’re online, go to Goodsearch.com,
you're set. Go to www.castforkids.org to type in C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation in the “Who do
learn more about their program and register you search for?” box. Each time you search, you’ll be
your card online. perusing the internet and giving back at the same time!
11 Summer 2009
C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation Finds Out
Some of you have noticed we’ve been doing surveys at your events...Well, these surveys help us get a better understanding
of who we’re helping. This information help us gain more financial support through grants and sponsorships as well as a better
understanding of who needs our services.
Here are our up-to-date results!
12 Summer 2009
New so far in 2009’...
Save the Date for the 2010 Seahawks Fish & Feast Charity Fundraiser sponsored
by Pinnacle, May 2010: C.A.S.T.’s only major annual fundraiser, co-sponsored by the Seattle
Seahawks, has consistently brought in much needed funds for our Foundation. Stay tuned to
sponsorship information. All information will be made available on the C.A.S.T. website.
Event Coodinators - Don’t forget about our Coordinators Login: To our much ap-
preciated Event Coordinators, don’t forget that all necessary documents you’ll need for your
events is located on our website’s Coordinator Login in the upper right hand corner. If you
notice something is not there that you need, please let us know!
BassResource.com raises money for C.A.S.T.: BassResource.com, the world’s larg-
est online bass fishing guide, held its 4th annual Road Trip this year at Kentucky Lake where
members and staff gathered for a week of camaraderie, fishing, and fundraising. The sponsors
of the site donated gear and merchandise for a raffle helping raise $1,000 for C.A.S.T. Big
thanks to the BassResource.com members, sponsors, and the staff for keeping our cause in the
forefront of their generosity.
2008 Newsletter Correction; On page 15 of the 2008 Newsletter a sponsor was re-
ferred to as Rachateria…we’re sorry, we slipped…Special thanks to the sponsor from Feather
Falls Casino, operated by the Mooretown Rancheria.
CFC makes giving easy! Not only does the CFC make giving easy for Federal Employ-
ees but it also is offering a post-giving survey so that each non-profit organization can review
how its contributors like to give, why, and if we as the recipient can make it easier. Please do
fill out that survey should you receive it! It will help all NPO’s better understand your giving
States We’re IN for 2009: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California ,Colorado, Con-
necticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota,
Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, New Jersey, New York, & Wisconsin. Are we
in your state? We’d like to be.
Would you prefer this NEWSLETTER EMAILED to YOU? Please email Ashley,
email@example.com, and let her know you’d like to help C.A.S.T. stay as “green” as pos-
sible and get the newsletter emailed from now on. We’d appreciate the help.
Fish Fry for C.A.S.T. this December in Renton, WA: Mini-fundraiser and awareness
building for our local community supporters - this December in Renton, WA. Date TBD.
13 Summer 2009
Native Kansan Brande Branine
helps put C.A.S.T. in the WBT Spotlight
By Tom Spencer, C.A.S.T. Event Director
Brande Branine is the President of the Kansas Highway Patrol youth fishing team (KHP REEL DEAL). She was
the state champion for Kansas in 2008 and the only female competitor out of 20 qualifiers. In 2009, she finished with a 2nd
Place finish at Marion County Lake.
In June 2009, Ms. Branine fished her first Women’s Bass Tour event in Sherwoord Arkansas and as day one came to
an end Ms. Branine was sitting in third place on the non-boater side. Branine finished the event with a 7th Place finish and
was recognized in two ESPN articles.
Ms. Branine received her entry fee to the event from parents as a high school graduation gift. She was able to pre-
fish the event with Laura Heflin another Kansan that has fished professionally on the tour for several years.
After doing well in B.A.S.S. Youth, Branine knew she had to find a new circuit and in her opinion the Professional
Woman’s Bass tour was the way to go. Branine said she did well with a mojo rigged brush hog and fished some of the time
with it Texas rigged.
Branine said she fished with Sheri Glasgow on day three, which was exciting because both are from the Midwest
and Glasgow was AOY in 2007. After such an exciting week she thought it would be hard to top it, but the El Dorado
C.A.S.T. Event was the following weekend which is her favorite event of the year.
“I love helping out with C.A.S.T. events because of the kids. They are all just so happy to be there it doesn’t matter
if they catch a fish or not, they may just love being in a boat.”
Branine has teamed up this year with another KHP REEL DEAL member Riley Brown who is Kansas C.A.S.T.
Youth Spokesman and a 2009 state qualifier in Kansas. Together they both create tons of excitement at the El Dorado
Branine said, “Just seeing a child find something that they love this much just makes every thing even more per-
Grants, Donations, In-Kind Donations & Gifts to C.A.S.T. For Kids
$50,000+ Guntersville - Mercedes – Benz $1 - 1,000
Bureau of Reclamation Bluebonnet Electric Co-Op IMO of Jimmy Stewart - Striper Tournament
Zebco Baptist Health Foundation Boeing Employees Community Fund
Puget Sound Anglers - Sno-King Chapter Arizona Community Account
$10,000-49,999.00 Betty Hardwick Center Knights of Columbus Nevada State Council
Plano Folsom - Advance Education Kennewick - Pasco Ranch & Home
Eagle Claw John & Rhonda Stevens Guntersville - Ala Trade Foods
Department of Water Resources Northwest Marine Trade Assn & Honda Marine Guntersville - Northpark Baptist Church
Barry Portman Microsoft Matching Corpus - Community Bank
Kansas State Troopers Assn. Mike’s Bait & Tackle
$5,001-9,999.00 Corpus - HEB T of C Renton Community Foundation
UPS Corpus Christi - John Stephens New Melones - Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Association
Wal Mart Folsom - Royal Glass Inc. 5
$1,001.00-5,000.00 Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Amercian Truck & Trailer/Michael Garner
Clay Dyer New Melones - Kokanee Power Folsom - Progressive Technology
Telecom Pioneers Chapter 34 Columbia Basin Walleye Club Bob’s Greenley Pharmacy
Washington Council of Trout Unlimited Kitsap Community Foundation Everett Steelhead & Salmon Club
Sheet Metal Workers Local #66 Puget Sound Anglers - Gig Harbor Chapter Spokane Valley Firefighter’s Benevolent Association
Stockton - Lions Club Lathing, Acoustical & Drywall Systems Local 1144
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Tri-State Outfitters Central Valley Bank Daniel Tolar
MTV Home Repair Rick & Ann Gold Grace Ballard
S.W. Washington Anglers IMO of Jimmy Stewart - Striper Tournament Gracie Bailey
Cowlitx-Wahkiakum Labor Council Nick’s Heavy Duty Towing Bearings & Power Transmission, Inc.
AKZO NOBEL Alabama Telco Credit Union Albert Beasley
Sheet Metal Workers Guest Apothecary Bastrop Lost Pines Lions Club
S.W. Washington Anglers Lynn Vaughn Mary Reeves
Central WA Sldg. & Const. Council Fred Biddy First State Bank – Alabama
Wenatchee Sportsmen’s Association Knights of Columbus Shankies Body Shop
Ahtanum Mission Council #6097 Penny Warren Insurance Associates
San Antonio - Ronald Knight Middle Creek Medical Center Gary Wilhite
Phoenix - Central Arizona Project Stratford - Stratford Area Chamber of Commerce Mike Keman
The ARC of Tri-Cities San Antonio - Vestal Steel Specialties El Dorado Clinic
Shuyler Productions RJ Mechanical Inc. Taco Bandido
American Legion Post #137 IMO Crystal Vernor - Downtown Seattle Association Lisa M. Meier - CC Auth. # 645553
Guntersville - Material Systems Lake Pleasant - First Credit Union General Plumbing Supply
Stratford - Stratford State Bank Phoenix - Sav-on-Fence Joe Hall
Rosalie Schlecht Folsom - Donald Welch Law Office James Sanders
Corpus Christi - ZLB BIOPLASMA Folsom - American River Trucks and Equipment Sheely Farms 5
Corpus Christi - Navy Army Credit Union Carpenters Union Local 470 Tacoma IMO Steve Granata - Shannon Gillen
Kennewick - Blue Crown Dental Arts Manchester Sports Fishing Club Carl Maturo
Kennewick - Areva NP Inc. Anne E. Overly Judith Vidmar
Corpus - Inspectorate Inspections & Controls Guntersville - Samples Paint & Body Steve Johnson
Corpus - Maintech International Marilyn Bundy IMO Loren Ryan - Brian & Jackie Woods
Bastrop - Chuy’s Opco. Inc. Guntersville - Northpark Baptist Church Mikleane R. Chouinard
Mulvane D.A.R.E. program Stratford - Stratford Homes IMO Crystal Vernor - Erika Vandebbrande
Sons of American Legion Squadron 137 Alan & Kathryn Todd Andrea Bridges
Jamestown - Dakota Anglers New Melones - Mother Lode Fishing Club Deborah Allison
Guntersville - Loyal Order of Moose Microsoft Giving Campaign 137.50 Denise & David Houston
San Antonio - Sloan Management Guntersville - All Custom Aluminum Products Toni & Bernard Wright
El Dorado - Derby Fraternal Order of Police IHO Troy & Julie Moncrief - from Michael and Valerie Mallick Patrick McBride
Richard Roy Kenneth Bundy New Melones - Raquel Figel
El Dorado - Magellan Pipeline Company Philip Bundy Calaveras Lumber Company
El Dorado - D-J Engineering Bastrop - Kiwanis Club of Bastrop Larry Hindman
El Dorado - American Association of State Troopers Country Cruisers IMO Cyrstal Vernor - Rick Becker
Jeffrey Richards Jacket’s Nest IMO Cyrstal Vernor - Bev Zimmermann
Knollas Pizzaria LLC David Allen Martha Martinez
Bay Springs - Lonnies Sporting Goods CopeLandScapes Ramon Rivera
Bay Springs - Spirit State Bank John’s Lawn Care Miriam Sotelo
New Melones - Blue Mountain Minerals Judy Brewster Sims Marine
Farmington - Larmel Construction, Inc. L.W. Prewitt MissionFish
Peter Sfakianos MD Gail Brown Mountain Rangers
Cedric Wong MD Guntersville - American Legion Riders Chapter Groveland Highlanders
New Melones - Catholic Healthcare West Jamestown - Sunward Manufacturing HI-4H
Potholes - Williams Companies Lawrence Patterson Tuolunme County 4-H Club
Tacoma Chapter of Trout Unlimited WI - Stradford VFW Post 6352 Toulumne Pioneers 4-H Club
WA State Council of Firefighters Benevolent Fund San Antonio - Rebel Bass Club Foohill 4-H Club
Colimbia Basin Fly Casters Guntersville - R.N. Grugel Jay Wallace
Local Union #73 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Guntersville - American Legion Post 107 Arnold Rotary
PSA - South King County Chapter Guntersville - Houston Stokely California Water Service Company
Motley-Motley & Pre-Mix Judy Brewster Pala Band of Mission Indians
Pullman Parks & Recreation Dekalb Bassmasters
Dissmores IGA El Dorado - Jim’s Propane
Kiwanis of Pullman Calaveras - David Weber
Stricklin Electronics Bay Springs - Bay Springs Marina
TU - North Kitsap Salmon Chapter Bay Springs - Fishers Family Restaurant
Bremerton Sportsmen’s Club Bay Springs - Senter Funeral Home
Kitsap Poggie Club Phoenix - Arizona Bass Federation
AJO Consulting Shaw & Polly Grigsby
Dorothy L. Leckner Jean Arvidson
Kitsap Credit Union
CCA - Kitsap Chapter
IMO Kevin Kerscher - Tiffany Joy
IMO Vic Morningstart & Mandy Whitely - Duane A. Ross Our success is
Long Lake Bass Club New Melones - Andy’s Home Center
United Moving & Storage, Inc. Shasta - Redding Emblem Club 515
Map, LTD New Melones - Condor Earth Technologies
Whittington Tile & Stone, Inc.
Harry E. Cilk
New Melones - McCoy Tire of Sonora
New Melones - Columbia Communications smiles.
Tveten’s Lakewood, Inc. Folsom - South Placer Telephone Directory Inc.
Friends of Northwest Hatcheries Folsom - National Directory Services
Williams Companies Tuolumne Band of Me – Wuks
The Big Horn Foundation Sonora Regional Medical Center
Hunting & Fishing Conservation Coalition All Star Lanes
The Elephant Boys Hi-Joy Sports Center
Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club Cynthia A. Gyselinck
Inland Northwest Wildlife Council Celeste Greene
Longshoremen’s Union Lake Mead - Valerie F. Weisser
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Keith Glasby
Once Upon A Child Christy Phillips
NALC Guntersville - Wolff Industries
UFCW Guntersville – CED
IBEW Jeffrey Prince
Riverview Bank Guntersville - H.M. Freeman Motors Inc.
Kumon Betsy L. Boggs
Adventure Dental Shanna & John Cleveland
Pacific Boatland Guntersville - Pierson Chevrolet
Salmon Creek Chiropractic Craig Lipscomb
Dr. Raymond Palesch Guntersville - Homer Holladay
15 Summer 2009
Permit No. 0299
C.A.S.T.® for Kids Foundation
227 S.W. 41st Street
Renton, WA 98057
Watch for a C.A.S.T. Event near you in 2009 by
checking out the Events List on our website under
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please visit our website at:
Summer 2009 www.castforkids.org
A Publication of C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation
In this issue...
• 3rd Annual Seahawks Fish & Feast - page 1
• Executive Director Note - page 2
• Ferrari Raffle with Restoring Hope - page 3
• Fish & Feast Continued - page 4
• Thank-yous Received - page 5
• Photo Page - page 6
• C.A.S.T. Facts - page 8
• Fishing Kids Events Page - page 9
• C.A.S.T. Apparel - page 10
• A Few Quick Mentions - page 11 Save the Date!
• Survey Statistics - page 12
4th Annual Seahawks Fish and Feast Charity
• What’s New at C.A.S.T. - page 13
• Native Kansan & C.A.S.T. - page 14
Fundraiser May of 2010, Renton, WA!
• Donor Thank Yous - page 14-15
16 Summer 2009