Thanks to You Award Winners

2014

Harlequin Beads & Jewlery – KindTree’s STiLE program benefits from the generous donation of thousands of beads for our Jewelry Group. Beautiful!

 

Michael Omogrosso “Omo” – Omo has been an extremely hard working volunteer at KindTree’s Camp for many years, working in the kitchen, at the campfire, and always with a gentle and happy heart. Awesome!

 

             

2013

Organically Grown Company – for many years these wonderful people have donated hundreds of pounds of the best produce in Lance County to feed our hungry Camp guests and volunteers. Yummm!

 

2012

the Raventones – for many years Randy and T R have entertained us at the KindTree – Autism Rocks Camp / Retreat, as well as decorating the stage and helping out in many other ways. You Rock!
The Raventones

 

2011

Springfield Creamery – for more than a decade of yogurt and more for our guests at the KindTree – Autism Rocks Camp / Retreat.
Springfield Creamery – Nancy’s Yogurt

 

Steve Hansen – for his beautiful photography of the KindTree – Autism Rocks Camp / Retreat.
2010 Retreat photo album here

 

Nancy's Yogurt

Photo by Steve Hansen

2010

SnowTemp Cold Storage – for their continued support of the KindTree – Autism Rocks Camp / Retreat.
SnowTemp Cold Storage

Raven Frame Works – for their professional and generous framing services for our Autism Artism Gallery Shows. Raven Frame Works

 

2009

Robert Pasley and CenterStage Karaoke – for their providing – free of charge – the Karaoke setup that gives people so much pleasure at our Camp / Retreat and our Mask Making Parties. CenterStage Karaoke

 

2008

Gary Cornelius – Gary was an indispensible member of KindTree’s board of directors for many years, as well as THE recycling guy at the Retreat, a volunteer job he still holds (2010). www.garycornelius.com

 

 

2007

Cheryl Nel Applegate – Facilitator of KindTree’s Adult Peer Support Group since 2000 and an indispensible volunteer at our Retreat.

 

2005

Michelle Jones – KindTree Founder in 1997 and Vice-president on this date. The driving force behind KindTree’s heart of whimsey and love.

 

2004

Molly Elliot – Director of Eugene’s Adaptive Recreation Program, the source of many artists with autism participating in our Art Program, and a great freind and advisor. Eugene Adaptive Recreation

 
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