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1 Grand Valley Catholic Outreach Board of Directors Chair Connie Kelly Vice-Chair Jody Briner Secretary Joe Warner WHAT IS NEXT? In April, 2016, The Daily Sentinel ran a series of articles concerning the issue of homelessness in Mesa County and more specifically in Grand Junction. Homelessness has long been a problem in Mesa County as well as in the rest of the country and one that Catholic Outreach has been identified with for more than twenty-five years. The mantra that best describes the viewpoint of Catholic Outreach toward homelessness is very simple: You simply cannot end homelessness without homes. When we dedicated St. Benedict Place on June 13, 2008, Catholic Outreach began a new chapter in housing. Our first housing program, the T-house, begun in 1990, provides emergency housing for small homeless families and continues to operate today. It is a one of a kind program in our city. Initiated in 2003 Outreach s Transitional Scattered Site Housing composed of 7 houses offered 21 individuals who were seeking self-sufficiency residence for up to 24 months. The program remains, but the number of houses available has decreased due to a decrease in funding. Bolstered by the successful operation of emergency and transitional housing, in 2008 Catholic Outreach created St. Benedict Place with 22 units for chronically homeless, dually diagnosed individuals. This was followed by St. Martin Place, Phase I, in 2011, and Phase II in The two phases offer 40 units for housing vulnerable, homeless, individuals with a priority given to veterans. St. Martin Place also has a strong partnership with both the Veterans Administration and the Grand Junction Housing Authority. (continued on page 2) Treasurer Bob Murphy Members Doug Aden Fr. Joachim Adione Mary Ann Graham Janet Comerford Anne Meyer Fr. Jim Plough Kristy Schmidt Tony Prinster Tish Starbuck Fr. C. Mwele Fr. Edmundo Valera Honorary Members Bob Garcia Carolyn Prinster 2004 St. Martin Place 2011 St. Benedict Place 2008 St. Martin Place II 2015 Annual Report

2 Staff Sr. Karen Bland, OSB Executive Director Bill Cline St. Martin Place Site Manager Deena Hamilton Administrative Coordinator and Case Manager Stefanie Harville Housing Director Steve Herd St. Benedict Place Site Manager Beverly Lampley Development and Communications Mark Lancaster Facility Manager Scott Montgomery Financial Aid Director Pedro Ortiz Case Manager Joyce Saunders Finance Manager continued from page 1 Based on a history of successful operation of housing for the homeless, the question often asked is What is next? The answer is simple: What is needed? Affordable housing is desperately needed in our community. The lack of affordable housing is key to the number of persons who become homeless because they cannot sustain rents that consume 50-60% of their income. Once a family is evicted due to failure to meet housing payments, additional pressure falls on the agencies that offer assistance in a variety of forms. This month Pathway Village opens with 40 one, two, and three bedroom units to house those who have been homeless. The Housing Authority is constructing 72 units for low-income elderly close to St. Mary Hospital. An individual investor has investigated building 40 more one bedroom units for the homeless close to the downtown area. Of the many who are homeless, how is it determined who should be given preference when units are available? There is a widely used assessment tool to measure a person s vulnerability that helps determine who should be housed first. A model prevalent across the nation today is Housing First. This concept gives preference to the most vulnerable, chronically homeless people regardless of addictions, behavioral issues, or available income. There is no requirement for residents to utilize resources or services. Catholic Outreach does not fully employ the Housing First concept. Chronically homeless individuals with a variety of problems are indeed accepted. In all likelihood they would not be homeless without these addictions and other problems. Once housed residents work with case managers to develop personal and economic stability and maintain sobriety. Other agencies in the region also provide assistance to residents so that they may advance toward self-sufficiency. It is one thing to build buildings the real task comes in helping people rebuild their lives so that they can enjoy each day of life and contribute to the good of the community. So What is next? We leave that answer in the hands of Divine Providence who has directed each of our endeavors and brought them to completion; who has moved the minds and hearts and spirits of many who have partnered with us over the years; who has given Catholic Outreach the wisdom to discern what is needed and then the guidance to address that need. We can hope for no better advocate. Ellen Reimer Volunteer Coordinator Amgela Walsh Soup Kitchen Director Blair Weaver Day Center Director Page 2 A Place to Call Home (images taken from St. Martin Place)

3 Financials Income Gifts and Donations $ 995,971 Grants and Foundations $ 717,411 Supportive Housing $ 381,465 In-Kind Goods $ 868,053 Total Income $ 2,962,900 Expense Supportive Housing $ 642,838 Emergency Transitional Permanent Fund Raising $ 6,738 Day Center $ 89,647 Soup Kitchen $ 111,090 Assistance Programs $ 661,282 Financial Aid Shelter Utilities Identification Transportation Book-in-Hand Food Bank In-Kind Goods $ 868,053 Housing Reserve $583,252 Total Expense $2,962,900 Page 3

4 When someone becomes a memory Service Statistics New Books to Young Children 1,318 Yula Mae Anderson by Don and Linda Gregory Dexter Andrews by Keith and Xian Andrews Alyce Arcieri by Armella Arcieri Thomas Chapman by Gloria Chapman Lazaro and Georgia Chavez by Estella Chavez Pat Cleary by Bill Bush Jack Cummings by Fausta O Boyle Rev. Alex Danowski by Lois Fisher Peggy Cannon Deceased Family Members by Emergency Food 5,998 Bill Ashcraft by Myrna Ashcraft Pat and Don Deckert Bernie and Mary Beth Buescher Don Mackendrick Douglas Stark and Ruth Price David and Mary Lou Strassle Catherine Dere by Alysa Little Rental Assistance 180 Art and Cathy Gardner Ed and Phyllis Beckwith by Nancy Beckwith Helen Traylor Kathleen McGinley Margaret and David Livesay Arnie Butler Auspex Capital Inc. Charles and Shirley Raper Utilities Assistance 677 Bob Bell by Barbara DeMarco Ralph Berryman by Rebecca Frank and George Orbanek Ruth Gormley Christopher Dere D.G Smith Enterprises, Inc. Dalby Wendland and Co. Day Center Usage 27,829 Clothing Bank 29,143 Soup Kitchen 68,327 Emergency Housing 71 Transitional Housing 20 individuals per month Permanent Supportive Housing 62 Almost Home Guides 22,148 Pamela Berryman Rev. A.J. Bertrand by Lois Fisher Santo and Mary Belle Bertuzzi by Anna Bell George and Alice Bland by Dr. Stephen and June Bland Phyllis Bland by Thomas Bland Dr. Warren Broderson by Robert L. Alstatt Connie Brownson by Lynn Brownson Lillian Burger by Marilyn Richardson Tom Burleigh by Robert and Carol Murphy George Byrtek by Danny and Mary Vernon Terri D. Campos by Darlene Campos Mills Mike Carter by Leon and Zella Griffin Stephen and Naomi Shepherd Smith Marqueena Cleaver by Anne Schmalz Jack Collier by Buddette Binkley Diane Hutmacher Jacqueline and Susan Walker James and Annette Bagwell Kathleen Chaloupka Nancy Lancaster Neal and Sonya Morris Mary and Charles Colosimo by Jo Ann Click William Corbin by Bettie Corbin Penny Corbin Joanne Costanzo by Anthony Costanzo Silvia Craig by Joyce Metzger Loren Cross by Ramona Cross Darrel and Janet Mattivi David Dere Donald and Amy Lampe Donna Williams Emily Hartman Eric and Rena Kimball Erik and Stephanie Ebbesen Gerald Dere J. and A. Moss John and Gerri Pyle John and Loryn Barbee Lee and Joan Hoelscher Letty Ann Casey Louise Doyal and Jack Beach Luihn Four, Inc Margaret Hofer Mark Peterson Melinda Grinolds Moody Insurance Agency Neil Borkan, NJB Operation, Inc. Rick Allnutt, Callahan-Edfast Mortuary Rob Alvarado Rob and Lisa Bickley All gifts listed were given between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 Page 4

5 That memory becomes a treasure Catherine Dere by (continued) Robert and Carol Murphy Taco Bell Corp. Jill Rawlinson-Baker Timothy and Jon Goza Timothy Burch V2, Inc. - A Franchisee of Taco Bell Corp Vernon and Cecilia Meinhart Larry and Judy Bangert John and Kathy Stevens, Kade, Keane and Sammi Bessert Ronald and Jolene Christopher, Jodi Christopher Tracy and Chad Hudson, Tyler and Kate Cindy and Carolaine Christopher David Olson, Dave Smith, and Mike Scarr LTD Management, LLC Irene DeRose by Carol Hiebert Gary and Annemieke Ambrosier Phyllis and Daniel Montague Steve and Terri Hickman Daniel Devereaux by Connie Devereaux Richard and Frances Dewey by William Dewey Edward Dell Dhabolt by Joan Dhabolt Gary and Randy Dixon by Charles and Louise Dixon Phyllis Doak by Joseph Doak Lawrence and D. Dority by \Frank Keller Lucille Ely by Kenneth Ely Dr. Richard Engard by Dr. John E. Andreas Bill Fanning by Lela Hunt Gene and David Farr by Carleen Hawkensen Cyrilla Fenton by Suzanne Fenton Terry Fick by Mary Searson Patricia Livingston Samuel Baldwin Sandra Brown Fort Carson 3rd Battalion Carolyn Fields by Richard Fields Dorothy Flynn by Mary Ann Bogani Peggy Foster by Elizabeth Foster Barclay and Linda Jameson Bernie and Mary Beth Buescher Bill and Angela Christensen Bill and Jan Holmes Bruce Benge Carl Burley Carol Dreher Carter and Lena Elliott Charles and Toni Wanebo Connie Jouflas Denzel and Barbara Hartshorn Dick and Helen Sweeney Don Mackendrick Donna Williams Dorothy and Michael Ferris Dorothy Morrison Dr. Clifford and Marian Wanebo Elizabeth Elliott Emilie Ross Gary and Annemieke Ambrosier Greg and Jean Dillon Gregg and Kristine Kampf Helen Traylor Jamee and Doug Simons James and Janet Comerford Joan Nesbitt John and Kim Williams Judy and Ron Hegge Kate Denning Keith and Jean Mumby Kenneth and Sandra Nelson Knute and Sandi Knudson Margaret Robb Mary Ann Janson Mary Crumbaker Maureen Neal Michael Krinick Patrick and Elaine Doyle Phyllis Brownson Phyllis Turner Rick and Deanna Taggart Riecke and Nancy Claussen Robert and Margaret Raabe Steve and Anne Meyer Thelma Hughes Thomas and Margaret Gleason Warren and Patricia Broderson Marcia Neal Charles, Virginia and Rodney Johnson Robert A Frandsen, Sr by Sandra and Andrew Kaufmanis Franiett Family by George and Dorothy Golombowski Continued on pg 6 Hours of Service Monday- Friday Financial Assistance 9:00-12:00 Day Center 8:00-12:00 Soup Kitchen Monday-Saturday 12:00-1:00 In Kind Donations Monday-Friday Only 9:00-4:00 Contacts Catholic Outreach Fax Day Center Soup Kitchen Page 5

6 WANT TO DONATE? Clothing Bank 9:00-4:00 (Mon-Fri) Clean clothes, books, small household items Please do not leave items outside after hours Food Bank 9:00-4:00 (Mon-Fri) Canned goods, non-perishable staples, diapers Soup Kitchen 7:00-2:00 (Mon-Sat) Produce of all kinds, meats commercially packaged, canned goods, packaged items such as pasta, dairy products and cleaning supplies Day Center 7:00-1:00 (Mon-Fri) Cleaning supplies, small bars of soap, shampoo, conditioner, razors, towels, face cloths, deodorant, shaving cream Housing 9:00-4:00(Mon-Fri) For information; call ext 104 QUESTIONS? Call IN MEMORY continued from page 5: Eve Friemel by Damon and Grace Hilliard Joseph Friemel Charlotte Frisch by Jane Herman Michael and Kathy Gleason Thomas and Margaret Gleason Joe Frisch by Charlotte Frisch Earl Fuoco by Roberta and Robert Fuoco Miriam Galvez by Jack and Mattie Galvez Mary Lou Gammill by John and Darlene Faidiga Gannon Families by Lawrence and Mary Moran James Garrett by Rita Garrett Deputy Derek Geer by Robert L. Alstatt Pauline Haller Sr. Joyce Gleeson by Mary Ellen Rybicki Laura Goehl by Margaret Goehl Trujillo Golombowski Family by George and Dorothy Golombowski Harold Golus by Robert and Carol Murphy Rita Ann (Hammett) Golus by Harold M. Golus Theodore Golus by Harold M. Golus Jeanette Golus Gaynes by Harold M. Golus Harry and Mary G. Goodwin by Friends Pat Gormley by Don Mackendrick William Gradishar by Ann Marie Gradishar James and Wardel Gushiniere by Dr. Stephen and June Bland Jeanene Hamm by Jack C. Hamm Prue Hardy by Michael and Elizabeth Hardy Claire Harry by Roderick Harry Wilma Lieb Hartman by Emily Hartman Maria Haywood by Charles E. Haywood George Helfenbein by Mame Helfenbein David Holmes by Bill and Jan Holmes Glennyth Holtz by Nancy Lancaster Peter Holtz Suzan Barroso Andy Hutmacher by Alec Lovett Anonymous Bernie and Mary Beth Buescher Bill and Jan Holmes Birney and Juanita Cox Catherine Burkey Cindy Lueb Dennis and Joan Haberkorn Dennis and Penny Teeters Don and Stephanie Martin Donald and Linda Nostrand Dr. Joseph Thro Edward and Judy Vanderwande Fr. James Plough Gail Mosher Gary and Deborah Harmon Gayle and George Gerson Greg and Suzanne Hale Helen Love and Arvid Koppang Herb and Laura May Bacon Hutchison and Rozak Families James and Anna Kearl James and Janet Comerford James and Marjorie Dubois Jane and Richard Sandoval Janet A Johnson Janina Grooms Jeffrey Dershem Jo Dorand Joe and Sherida Warner John and Katherine Hurt John and Linda Halvorson John and Meredith Wort Joyce Hansen Judy and Ron Hegge Judy Goodhart Julia Rieke Kara Fossett Kathleen Chaloupka Kathleen R. Nelson Ken and Marilyn Rabideau Kenneth and Deorah Jacobson Knute and Sandi Knudson Lauri Baker Lee and Joan Hoelscher Lynne Owen Mary E. Guccini Midge and Don Engelkens Mike Nelson Norma Heeren Randal and Virginia Keller Richard and Jean Gauley Robert and Carol Murphy Page 6

7 IN MEMORY continued from page 6: Andy Hutmacher by (continued) Roger and Sandy Reinking Stephen and Christine White Steve and Anne Meyer Terence and Sandra Tobin Thomas and Darlene Mahoney Thomas and Linda Lacroix Victoria Beasley William and Jane Huston William and Jody Ware David and Carol Nilles Nancy Lancaster George Ingalsbe by Jack and Denise Ludwig Stella Jimenez by Melvin and Debbie Madril Carol Johnson by Robert Johnson Wini Joyce by Martin and Therese Moran Tom Joyner by Carol Lovato-Joyner Cecila Kassles by Hubert and Ellen Betzen Justin Scott Keenan by Thomas and Terry Keenan Theodore and E. Keller by Frank Keller Dr. Mike Kent by Loretta Klinkhammer by Darrell and Patricia Smeaton M.L. Kole by Jay and Jody Kole Derek Koppang by Helen Love and Arvid Koppang Marceen and Alicia Kreider by Doreen Pond Kenneth J. Lampert by Lois Lampert Don Lancaster by Lucia Summers Robert Laplante by Susan LaPlante David Lee by Margaret and John Lee Ron Lowe by Sarah Lowe Bettye Luckemeier by Elizabeth R. Cowden Mary Luff by Delores Prinster Carla MacElhaney by Patricia Gochnauer Willie Markowski by Judy and David Markowski Eleanor Martin by Gary and Annemieke Ambrosier Joseph B. Martinez by Viola Martinez Tony and Lena Matkovich by Helen Spehar Dale McAfee by Jay and Jody Kole Ron McCain by Carol Hiebert Frank and Lottie McGinley by Kathleen McGinley Jan McNamara by Sr. Kathleen McNamara OSB Medjugorje Prayer Group by Dr. Carl Malito and Deborah McKenna Marilyn Miller by Beverly Campos Mark Miller by Sue Miller Patricia Gochnauer Miller Families by Richard and Joan Miller Bill Minelli by Sally Minelli Barney Montano by Cecilia Harvey Moran Families by Martin and Therese Moran Lawrence and Mary Moran David Morin by Christine Jauhola Louis Motts by Pamela and Troy Schnurr Chris Motz by Howard and Jeanne Motz Flo Mueller by Elizabeth Learned Chuck, Debra, Bryanna, and Robert Mullen by Celesta Mullen Peter Mullin by Gary and Annemieke Ambrosier Joseph and Shelley Luff Glenn and Elizabeth Mustee by Timothy McGauley My Dear Mother by Bob and Sarah Robbins Heidelmeier My Family by Don and Joanne Nelms My Father and Mother by Mary Pearman My Parents, Alex and Leona by Annette Benoit Mike Nauyokas by Frank and Mary Nauyokas Martin O Boyle by Barry and Jim Lowe Dennis Simon Robert and Joan Cesario Colorado State Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Are you aware that for any monetary gift of $50 or more to Catholic Outreach you can request a Colorado Enterprise Zone tax credit for 25% of your total gift? If you wish to make a gift of stocks there are two courses you can take. If you sell the stock and give the proceeds to Catholic Outreach, you will receive 25% tax credit on the amount of the sale. If you transfer stock to Catholic Outreach, then the Enterprise Zone tax credit will be 12.5% of the stock s value at the time of transfer. Since there are tax guidelines regarding capital gains, you will need to decide which path is economically best for you. In-kind donations of $ or more may receive Enterprise Zone tax credit at 12.5%. For donations of large items such as a used car, verification of the requested donation amount must be submitted (for cars, Blue Book prices). In summary, to receive a Colorado Enterprise Zone tax credit, you must a) submit your gift, b) submit the last four (4) digits of your Social Security number or your Colorado tax ID number, c) provide information for large gifts ($1,000 +), and d) file your returns eloectrnically. Since not everyone is interested in receiving this tax credit, be sure to request the certificate at the time you make your donation. Continued on pg 8 Page 7

8 For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me. Then the righteous will answer him, saying, Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? And when did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? And when did we see you sick or in prison and visit you? And the King will answer them, Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers you did it to me. Matthew 25:35-40 Page 8 IN MEMORY continued from page 7: Charlotte Oselador by Fausta O Boyle Our Parents by Michael and Paula White Rosetta Parker by Lee and Joan Hoelscher Mark and Sheila Zipse Carol Pauley by Glenn and Nancy Martin Al Pearson by Frances N. Baker Mary Pearson Holly Pearson by Jill Mountain Bill Pewters by Catherine and William Roberts Mary Bernal Ida Potratz by Bruce Benge Maxine Preston by Paul Preston and Barbara Zind Joe and Delia Prinster by Louisa and Howard Tuthill Delores Prinster Teo Prinster by Nick and Kathryn Prinster Michael Prinster William Radebaugh by Dolores Radebaugh Andrew Rebeck by Mary Rebeck Al Reininger by Agnes Reininger Gordon Rhoades by Margaret M. Ricks My Dad, John Riccillo by Eileen and Mike McGinnis Bill Robinson by Dr.Charles and Cheryl Roy MD Gary and Carol Carraux Judy and Ron Hegge Delores Prinster Jane Robinson Laura Wachler Mary Louise Henderson Margaret M. Ricks Bill Rogers by Lois Jewell Ralph Romero by Kenneth and Cheryl Monheiser Robert D. Rowe by AJ and Barbara Johnson Mary Rubalcaba by Bonnie Neumann-Steele Delta Hardware Karen Cook Steven and Evangeline Robinson Helen and Robert Neverdahl Edwin G. Ruland by Mark and Barbara Durenberger Marilyn Ruland Rev. Jerome Rykowski by Lois Fisher Peggy Cannon Thelma Sackse by Melvin Sackse Bob Sanders by Holger and Anne Albrethsen Steve Sanford by Ron and Terri Abeloe Elaine Sarmo by David and Karon Hein Leigh Scherr by Joseph Scherr Rosebelle Schmader by Terry and Sandra A. Schmader Anne Schmalz by Anne Breckenridge Dennis and Karen Kiefer Karen Butler Martin and Diana Dicamillo-Schmalz Mary Ann Morton Mary Kienietz Mary Scriffiny Richard and Jean Gauley Sherry Lynn Nicolas Thomas and Katie Smits Mildred Van Dover Charles Sis by Patricia Sis Sister LaDonna by Norman Kelsey Bea Smeaton by Darrell and Patricia Smeaton Charles Snarich by Ann Marie Gradishar Helen Spehar Flowers bygrown by a St. Benedict resident Anonymous garden Bernie and Mary Beth Buescher Charles and Karen Moore Clair Chermak Douglas and Sherri Potter Fred and Irene Ligrani Gary and Lori-Ann Parrott Harold and Nancy Stalf Helen Traylor J.W. Plutt James Vandenberg Jane and Jack Stewart Janis Nowlan Jay and Kathleen Jefferson John Kapushion Joyce Coffman Joyce Hansen Karen Sjoberg and Joel Prudhomme Levi and Bernice Lucero Mark and Sheila Zipse Marlene Hurd Mary Ann Janson Mary Pearson Paul and Marianne Abell

9 IN MEMORY continued from page 8: Helen Spehar by (continued) Robert and Carol Murphy Robert and Victoria Bray Teresa Coons Toni Heiden Barbara Mathewson Daniel Plutt Linda Mendenhall Walter and Allegra Copeland Michael V. Stone by Conrad and Judy Stone Leonard Stowell by Mary Ratcliff Mary Strain by Charmaine Hacker Col. and Mrs. E.M. Strieber by Anonymous Strong Families by Richard and Joan Miller Claudia Swift by Carol Lovato-Joyner Tafoya Families by Martin and Therese Moran Chad Tate by Ernie and Paula Taylor Marlene Tate Steve and Gwen Costello Margaret Taylor by Marcia Neal Elizabeth Thaler by Al and Lanelle Cegielski Betty and Edgar Bennett Charles and Karen Moore Donald and Carol Ann Wiltgen Evette and Michael Lee Gary and Annemieke Ambrosier Gloria Dissler and Richard Kirby Irving Haines, Jr John and Judy Andrews Nancy Lancaster Raymond and Joan Lashley Thomas and Judy Mathews Wayne Thaler Wendy Matthews Jim Thompson by Katherine Thompson Don Torline by Frances Torline Charles Traylor by Helen Traylor Heather Tripler by John and Sheila Tripler Steven and Kathleen Ashby Paul Unrein by Elizabeth Learned Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Vandenberg by Mary Lou Vandenberg Gertrude Vogan by Terry and Sandra A. Schmader Pamela Waage by Brian and Joyce Olson Carroll White Donald and Cathy Zippert Jack and Jan Roberts Jerry Mutcher John Waage Lynne Blackwell Marc Waage Mary Jo Johnson Richard and Barbara Meysenburg Robert and Carol Murphy Terry Massis Thomas and J.M Woodward Vince and Marlene Shryack Wanda Putnam Barbara Brown Eugene and Arlene Albers Janet and Michel Williams Paula Dinnel Kevin Wagner by Twila Wagner John J. Weiler by Ann Weiler Frances Whitlock by Barbara Vogel Riney and Rena Wilbert by Tim and Diana Osborne Scott Williams by Phyllis Brownson Hap Winter by Nadine V Bostow Dolores Wirtanen by Mario Ortegon Fredrick Wolf by Linda Moran Art Woodward by Robert and Carol Murphy Albert Yanowich by John and Linda Fulham Donna Yeisley by Robert L. Alstatt Theresa Zmerzlikar by Jim and Dolores O Connor We have tried to report accurately all memorial donations made between July 1, 2015 and June 30, Please contact us for any errors noticed. Thank You to The four Catholic Churches who had the vision to found Catholic Outreach in 1988 ~~~ Foundations that have supported Catholic Outreach s growth and mission ~~~ Churches of all denominations whose time, talent, and treasure have created the ecumenical spirit that is the breath of Catholic Outreach ~~~ Businesses, organizations, and government entities who recognize the role Catholic Outreach has played toward enhancing stability in our community ~~~ Volunteers and friends who, through their gifts in many forms, have become pillars of Catholic Outreach ~~~ The countless men, women, and children who have opened their hearts and hands and thus opened doors that enable those who are vulnerable in our community move toward stability and develop greater self-sufficiency Page 9

10 Deborah Abrams sits among her plants. No Fences Community Garden Rich Nye, a Vietnam veteran, was among the first residents of St. Benedict Place. After many years of being homeless, he was delighted to have a place to call home. He was a gardener in an earlier life, and thought if the residents of St. Benedict Place could create a garden in the strip of dirt across the street where the original Catholic Outreach office stood, it would be a way to give back to the community that had given him a home. His idea caught the imagination of many. On June 12, 2010, the second birthday of St. Benedict Place, the garden was blessed by Fr. Edmundo Valera and that dual celebration has occurred every year since. This year the concept of a community garden is really taking shape. Ten individuals have shown interest in having a plot. Raised beds are being planned for those who might have difficulty standing to garden. Many seeds were started in the cold dark winter days preceding this spring by the intrepid gardener James West who has worked with others in the garden for two years. James has many ideas for the garden, but mainly his idea that those who like to garden and those who have never gardened should come together this year in the community garden. Deborah Abrams has been out in the garden too, getting the soil ready for planting as well as planting early crops. These two can be found most days in the garden playing in the dirt. This is a community garden for a lot of good fun and fresh produce to enjoy! Fr. Henry Wertin blessed the No-Fences Community Garden. A listing of current gardeners, decorated by Nahi and Vivika Ortiz and built by Pedro Ortiz The garden begins for the 2016 season. James West encourages his plants to grow. Page 10 Desert Vista Garden Club presented a check to help purchase garden supplies. Original GVCO site has now become the No-Fences garden.

11 Save The Date 21st ANNUAL EMPTY BOWLS Saturday, October 8, :00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Benefitting Catholic Outreach Soup Kitchen 245 S. 1st Street, Grand Junction Tickets available at Catholic Outreach, several local Churches and City Market Stores $25 buys Soup, Bread, Dessert and Handmade Pottery Bowl Feeding the Hungry in the Grand Valley Annual St. Benedict Ice Cream Social In mid February, the Day Center was once again the scene of a fire. Some personal belongings stored outside by a guest were set fire. Quickly, the fire spread to an outside wall. Firemen responding to the call had to open a portion of the roof to completely put out the fire. Thanks to great work by the firemen and others, the damage was kept to a minimum and the Day Center was able to open on Monday morning. The repair work costing approximately $40, 000 has now been completed. Local firefighters saved the Day Center Resident Allen Selders enjoyed his ice cream. Page 11

12 Gifts given in honor of others... Horacio Diaz Adda by Jack Collier by Jeanie Hendricks by Alec Lovett Heather Giard Esther Smith Fr. Joachim Adione by Jack and Anne Connolly by Bill Hoffman by Mary Curto Betsy McLaughlin Arcieri Family by John Cox by Mary and Paul Hoh by Marilyn Richardson David Cox Marcia and Mike Hayter Elizabeth Atkinson by Tommie Crim by Bill Holmes by Clark Atkinson and Nancy Lee Milkowski Peter and Marilyn Robinson Mary Hammond Loren Cross by Mo and Scott Howard by Melton has been coming to the Day Center for a year and a half. In July of this year, Melton successfully completed parole and is a free man. For the last year and a half, Melton has stayed at the local mission where he serves as a custodian. The Day Center provided Melton with a place to do his laundry and gather his mail. He has been a consistent positive community member and we appreciate his excellent attitude and good cheer. Melton hopes to get his own place soon and a job that will not discriminate against him. You simply cannot end homelessness without homes Thelma Bachard by Frances Baker by Kent and Cathy Foster Deacon Fred Bartels by Mary Curto Sr. Karen Bland by Barbara and Art Powell Bonnie Thurston Gary and Arlene Zancanelli Joe and Mary Marren Michael and Dyann Blackburn Nancy Lancaster Normand and Judy Paulhus Silvia Weber Steve Hurd Vivian Alberts Ann Brach by Tedi Gillespie Andrea Briner by Brad Briner by Jon and Megan Burtard by Wanda Putnam Frankie Byrne by Jill Mountain Miriam and Bill Chenoweth by Martin and Chris Chenoweth William Cleary by Don Mackendrick Ramona Cross Jeanne and Jimmy Dalton Deceased Family Members by Frances N. Baker Dave Edwards by Betsy McLaughlin Pedro Equia by Itzaxo Amarica Frank and Grace Esquibel by Charles and Ann Fedler Our Family by Dale and Donna Albertson Cathy Frederick by Nancy Lee Milkowski John Gleeson by Mary Ellen Rybicki Bill Graham by Katherine Graham Grand Valley Catholic Outreach Staff and Volunteers by Nancy Lancaster Our Grandchildren by Richard and Joan Miller Cindy and Denny Granum by Sr. Lorren Harbin, CSJ by Mary McDonald Emily Hartman by Nancy Lancaster The Heacocks by Andy Hughes by Thomas Hughes Andy Hutmacher by Alec Lovett Andy and Diane Hutmacher by Gerald and Kathy Jean Case Jeanene by Jack C. Hamm Greg Kampf Don Mackendrick Nancy Lee Milkowski Douglas Kent and Sonali Dazal by Arvid Koppang by Marvin Anderson Beverly Lampley by Kenn and Kathleen Boelte Ellen Langan by Mary Ellen Rybicki John and Nancy Leane by Bill and Angela Christensen Shelley and Joe Luff by Sam Alfstad Shannon and Michael Malhotra by Mary McDonald by Sr. Lorren Harbin, CSJ Charles Merrow by Paul and Marilyn Jones John and Linda Fulham Page 12

13 Become gifts that help our neighbors Joseph Mileti by Amy and Brad Richards by Fr. Edmundo Valera by Normand and Judy Paulhus Gary and Lori-Ann Parrott Mary Mills by Rev. Paul Richards by Mary Curto James and Margaret Somerville Tom and Julie Halberg Tom and Linda Moran Family by Linda Moran Bob and Carol Murphy by My Children, Grandchildren, and Great Granchildren by Mary Ellen Rybicki Rev. Kevin Novak by Sr. Michel Pantenburg, SCL by Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson Bessie Pappas by Michael and Dyann Blackburn Judy and Norm Paulhus by Jennifer Paulhus and Joseph Mileti Jennifer Paulhus by Normand and Judy Paulhus Mary Pearson by Frances Baker Fr. James Plough by Kevin Plough Leon and Zella Griffin Carmelita Portella by James and Marjorie Dubois Rand and Suzanne Porter Family by Kent and Cathy Foster Our Priests by Regina and Darius Shurden Penny Prinster by Betsy McLaughlin Ellen Reimer by Joseph and Ann Petrov Gigi and Don Robinson by Thomas Hollinger and Kathryn Coe Jennifer Rossi by Mary Lou Rottman by Dr. Randy Rottman Ed and Donna Schmitz by Gary and Lori-Ann Parrott Charles and Ann Fedler Shirley Seyfried by Rosemary Heaney Patricia Shanahan by Elaine Taylor Marilyn Ruland The Shenkels by Paul and Marilyn Jones The Sisters of S.S.A. by Rupert and Yvonne Hall Beth and Graham Smith by Nancy Spangler by Thomas and Sharon Mathieu Spehar Children by Helen Spehar St. Anthony Miracle by Silvia Weber Suffering Souls by Frances Torline Rose Sundstrom by Elaine Back Fr. Juan Pablo Uribe by Mary Curto Deacon Doug VanHouten by Mary Curto Our Veterans by Carol Giffin-Jeansonne, Ed.D. Ingrid Leland Vigna Family by Elvera Vigna Angela Walsh by Alice and James Brouhard Grace Davenport Jo Worley by Anonymous We have tried to report accurately all in honor donations made between July 1, 2015 and June 30, Please contact us for any errors noticed. Richard has lived at St. Benedict Place for 8 years. He says because of Catholic Outreach I am able to live a little longer. Richard suffers from extreme asthma and COPD and on the streets he found it very difficult to breathe in the heat or cold. He was always sick. He feels that at Cathoic Outreach everyone is treated equal and when you re there you re like family. His favorite quote is mi casa es su casa (my house is your house). Jim is a Navy Veteran that has lived at St. Martin Place since the opening in He thanks God for Catholic Outreach and appreciates the staff for everything they continue to do for him. If it wasn t for Catholic Outreach giving me housing I never would have made it on the streets with Type 1 Diabetes All gifts listed were given between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 Page 13

14 The Last Resort DID YOU KNOW our volunteers gave 44, hours in service to the various programs of Catholic Outreach last year?? According to Independent Sector the current valuation of volunteer time is $23.07 per hour. That means the 44, hours is valued at $1,032, Amazing!! But those volunteers who work in service at Catholic Outreach are priceless to us. A special THANK YOU The Volunteers Prayer Donna Schmitz stirs many pots on Wednesday in the Soup Kitchen! Frank and Grace Esquibel long time volunteers in the Soup Kitchen Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Lord may you smile upon me That I with an open heart give My time and help my fellow man By doing what I can, with love. Lord may you be pleased with me And let me be aware To not judge others But to feel joy in giving care. Lord let me always know That each little act of kindness And the small tasks I do Are acts of grand proportions And are reflections of you. Thank you Lord for letting me have In my heart, soul and mind The wisdom and the knowledge Of the power of being kind. And thank you for the opportunity that I encounter every day To give my smile or kind word To empower another s way For we are all linked to each other. And with your grace from heaven above Guide me to follow your footsteps And shine through my heart and life With your love. -Author Unknown Connie Kelly, board president, greets guests attending the dinner. Outreach Volunteers Jesse DeVaughn and Louise Hamilton enjoyed the dessert. Page 14 Tom Graves, Outreach volunteer, and his wife Pat await their table to be called. Volunteers Rocky Pantuso and wife Joanne and volunteer Sal Sassano and wife Kathy enjoy the annual dinner. Soup Kitchen transformed for the party!

15 to all our dedicated VOLUNTEERS!! Volunteers: Our Foundation The Strength of our Community Our Future Want to be a Catholic Outreach VOLUNTEER? WHEN? All shifts are for 4 hours a day. Monday-Friday. Mornings or Afternoons. Choose day and time. WHAT S NEEDED? Bob Shales has been a Thursday volunteer in the Soup Kitchen for 24 years. Since becoming a widower 14 years ago he says It s the best meal of the week! Be a receptionist, answer phone, and direct guests Train to be a financial aid interviewer Emily Hartman has volunteered at the Day Center almost since its beginning. In her quiet manner, she has become a favorite of our guests. She listens to their problems without prejudice and brightens their day and ours with her beautiful smile.she embodies completely the mission of Catholic Outreach to proclaim the dignity and worth of each person and respond to human needs while striving to show the compassion of Christ. Siblings Cora Garcia Vigil, Carla Cusick, CeCe Bera, Martina Ransier, Beverly Cordova, and Rita Tenorio spend a few days a week volunteering. If you counted up the years these sisters have volunteered at Catholic Outreach, their services would surpass 100 years! Assist with cleaning and maintenance Read to young children through the Book-in- Hand Program Input data into computers Sort clothing for the Clothing Bank Prepare food boxes from the Food Pantry or meals in the Soup Kitchen Greet guests and provide services at the Day Center Call ext 103 Ask for Ellen Page 15

16 GRAND VALLEY CATHOLIC OUTREACH OUR MISSION To proclaim the dignity and worth of each person and respond to human needs while striving to show the compassion of Christ Thank you to our anonymous donor for publishing our newsletter. Non-Profit Org U.S. Postage Paid Grand Junction, CO Permit No S. 1st Street Grand Junction, CO 81501

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