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TLC Annual Report 2019

Fairplex's TLC Annual Report 2019

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table ofContents

TLC HISTORY-AT-A-GLANCE ...........................................04
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER ................................. 06
MILLARD SHEETS ARTS CENTER ....................... 10
FAIRKIDS FIELD TRIPS ........................................ 12
AMBASSADOR PROGRAM ............................... 14
THE FARM ..............................................................15
MAJOR FUNDRAISING EVENTS ........................16
DONOR SPOTLIGHT ...................................................... 18
FUNDS .....................................................................................20
TLC DONOR ROLL ................................................................... 22

Letter From the executive director
and board chair

Dear Friends, the LA County Fair. The Farm at Fairplex serves as a classroom
to explore environmental stewardship, food security, public
Thank you for making 2018 another exceptional year for The health, and the future of urban farming, serving more than 1,581
Learning Centers at Fairplex (TLC)! Last year TLC started a schoolchildren through Farm Field trips in 2018.
strategic planning process that allows us to identify our greatest
assets while developing a vision for growth and expansion We are excited to expand the Career & Technical Education
within all areas of our organization. The goal of this process is Center program by developing full pathways in Water
to best position our organization to advance our core mission Technology and Green Utilities, along with the AXC Welding
and Fabrication Program. We are committed to instilling in our
to provide enriching educational experiences that bring students the essential skills and technical capabilities that will
learning to life, benefit our diverse communities, and serve them well in the workforce of the future.
prepare our students for success.
The TLC Board of Directors has accepted the challenge of
As educators and social leaders, we have a developing a framework for program design, decision-making,
responsibility to proactively tackle the difficult and governance, all critical to a successful strategic planning
questions facing our community. The economic process. These steps will prepare TLC to capitalize on the
and educational climate in our region is rapidly changes yet to come in our region. Through this process we are
changing. It may feel as though there is no time developing a structure for leadership both aligned with all areas
to pause. However, we believe moments of of TLC programming and integrated with the larger vision of
reflection and introspection are both rare and Fairplex. We are confident this foundational work will position
advantageous. We are confident that by deeply The Learning Centers as a model for educational excellence.
considering our unique past and present, our
future will yield a version of our organization that Thank you for joining us in our journey. Please drop in to see our
is stronger, more vibrant, and sustainable. CTEC classes in action, take a tour of The Farm, or volunteer at
one of our events!
We continue to reach new levels of success. In
2018, we raised a total of $500,000 through Cheers, We look forward to working together in 2019.
Premiere Party, and the Child Development Center
at Fairplex Dinner and Auction. These funds directly All the best,
support educational programs that help connect the
communities of this region with the economy of the future. Holly K. Reynolds, EdD Mike Beckman
Millard Sheets Art Center’s groundbreaking exhibition Alt 66 Executive Director TLC Board Chair
welcomed more than 105,000 visitors during its 19-day run at


Education has been a commitment of Fairplex since its
inception in 1922. Our programs have grown and evolved into
an educational legacy for the surrounding communities. The
communities we serve represent one of the most populous,
ethnically and socio-economically diverse areas in the United
States. In 1980 the educational program at Fairplex began
with the development of the Child Development Center. In
1991 we established the official partnership with the University
of La Verne, and expanded the Center with a $1 million grant
from County Board of Supervisor Pete Schabarum. In 1998
Fairplex established the Foundations at Fairplex and, in
2010 they renamed The Learning Centers at Fairplex (TLC),

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a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, which provides
a host of educational programs at Fairplex. TLC’s
unique programs offer our students hands-on
transformational education opportunities, from early
childhood education to adult learning.

TLC, as a nonprofit organization, is governed by
a volunteer board of directors. Funds to support
programs of TLC are received from individual
donations, special events, and grants from private
foundations, corporations, and government entities.
Fairplex provides financial support for administrative
staff costs so that every dollar donated goes directly
to support the programs and makes an immediate
impact on our students.

Programs of The Learning Centers include: The
Career & Technical Education Center, Child
Development Center, FairKids Field Trip Educational
Programs, and its complementary program Big
Yellow Bus, Junior Fair Board Leadership Program,
and the Millard Sheets Art Center.

2018 TLC Annual Report | 5


216 Children served
54 University of La Verne

students engaged in

55 Kindergartners and
preschoolers graduated

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While providing a nurturing early education program to
the community is part of the Fairplex Child Development
Center’s mission, the Center also concentrates on supporting
its employees. The Center is committed to the professional
development of its staff. Site Supervisor Salina Avalos and Office
Supervisor Vanessa Marquez are prime examples. Salina has
been with the CDC for 21 years. Starting as a preschool teacher,
Salina now supervises five preschool classrooms and 18 teachers.
She assists in developing curriculum while still acting as lead
teacher in her own classroom. She loves the Center so much her
children and a grandchild have attended.

Vanessa has spent 13 years at the CDC, moving up the ranks
to now overseeing the Center’s front office administration.
She formerly served as the community outreach liaison, which
afforded her the opportunity to network about the CDC. “I enjoy
serving the people of my community,” she said. “The CDC has
had a huge impact on the community.”

2018 TLC Annual Report | 7

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235 Students enrolled
Finding What He Needed
934Students credits for
Like many high school students, Jordan Lamar high school
couldn’t find vocational education classes earned a
that fit his interests. The Bonita High School total of graduation
graduate knew he wanted to learn a trade —
he just didn’t know where to go. Luckily, 26 18Studentshigh cities
Jordan was able to connect with the mayor of schools
La Verne, Don Kendrick, who happens to be represent within
a founder of The Learning Center’s Career &
Technical Education Center (CTEC). Don told 15,794Students hours of
Jordan about the water technology program classroom
within CTEC, which set Jordan on a trajectory received instruction
toward a career. Jordan graduated from the
CTEC program with a certificate in water 2018 TLC Annual Report | 9
distribution. He now works for Water Saver
Solutions, a water management consulting firm
based in Santa Fe Springs. “And I love it.”


A record number of guests visited the artwork ran from the sublime to the serious,
Millard Sheets Art Center’s LA County Fair
exhibition Alt 66. The exhibition featured including an artistic examination of the Green
12 art installations that depicted the artists’
interpretation of the Fair’s Route 66 theme. Book (before the Academy Award-winning
Thought-provoking, fun, and captivating, the
movie was released), Victor Hugo Green’s
42 graduate students
participated in the SoCal traveling guide for people of color, used from
MFA Juried Exhibition
the 1930s to 1960s.
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visitors to the LA County
Fair exhibition Alt 66


2018 TLC Annual Report | 11

FieldFairKids Trips
Why is the FairKids Field Trip Program important?

A trip to the Fair offers so many experiences and hands-on learning in one place! It’s the
highlight of our year! We are so thankful for this opportunity.” — Gina Rogers, Primrose Academy

This is by far one of our favorite places to visit. Students
love being able to see and touch the animals in the Big Red
Barn. This real-life experience helps build academic language
as well as science and social science concepts from farm to
table to us! Thank you for making this resource available to all
students free of charge!” — Susan Courtney, teacher, Los Angeles

This was one of the finest field trips I have Our school loves to go to the Fair each year! I love the fact
ever taken my students to. The amount of that the students are learning without even realizing they
learning is incredible.” — Gabriel Garcia, Los Angeles are learning! The many hands-on exhibits make them feel
that they are just having fun!” — Kari Scott, Our School, La Crescenta
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donated by Fairplex for the
Big Yellow Bus Program


students, teachers and
chaperones visited the Fair
through the FairKids Field

Trip Program


raised in partnership with the
community to support school

transportation costs

2018 TLC Annual Report | 13


325 1,325
Ambassadors Total volunteers (includes

(registered) community and business partners who are not

registered with the Ambassador program)

Fair volunteer hours

Total volunteer hours

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field trips Master Gardener

2,156 After a few seasons of volunteering at The Farm
students at Fairplex, Jeff Warner had a plan. The harvesting
participated in and planting he did on the five-acre farm got under
Farm Field Trips his skin. “About a year after I started, I decided to
apply to the Master Gardener program with L.A.
3,300 County.” The County works with the University of
guests at California’s Cooperative Extension to provide this
Fall and Spring program. On The Farm, Warner had the opportunity
in The Farm to try several types of gardening that were new
to him — container gardening, hydroponics, and
aquaponics. Now, as a Master Gardener, he teachers
others how to grow their own vegetables or make
their own compost heap. As part of the UC Master
Gardener Program, he teaches classes at the LA
County Fair along with 30 other master gardeners
as part of the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative.
“I love doing it ... it’s fantastic,” Jeff said.

2018 TLC Annual Report | 15



800More than guests enjoyed wine,

beer, spirits, and extra virgin olive oil at

Cheers, the public tasting of the award

winners from the Los Angeles International

Wine, Spirits, Beer & EVOO competitions.

Proceeds totaled $110,000, which

benefit all TLC programs.

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Premiere Party:

The LA County Fair’s Premiere Party gives guests

a sneak peek of the annual end-of-summer

extravaganza. Held in the colorful and aromatic

Flower & Garden Pavilion, the Premiere Party

$144,000raised for TLC’s programs.

Child Development
Center Auction:

The annual Child Development Center Dinner & Auction is

the highlight of the year for families and supporters of the

CDC. In 2018, the auction celebrated its 27th anniversary

and generated $305,000 for the CDC.

2018 TLC Annual Report | 17


Margie & Robert E.
Petersen Foundation

When it comes to sharing a love of cars, there isn’t a duo
who shared a greater common interest than Robert
E. Petersen and Alex Xydias. The late Mr. Petersen
owned Petersen Publishing Company (Hot
Rod Magazine, Car Craft, Motor Trend) and
founded the Petersen Automotive Museum.
Mr. Xydias, who started So-Cal Speed Shop
in 1946 and was the first to break the 200
mph barrier in his “So-Cal Streamliner”
in 1950, was an editor and publisher for
Petersen Publishing. The two were life-long
friends and promoters of hot rods. They turned

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the perception of hot rods from being a street which will be a program of the Alex Xydias & Pete
racing nuisance to a legitimate automobile industry. Chapouris Center for the Automotive Arts.

The 97-year-old Xydias is the namesake of the “Robert Petersen was a long-time friend of Alex
Career & Technical Education Center’s Alex Xydias Xydias. Mr. Petersen knew that not all students
& Pete Chapouris Center for the Automotive were headed to college. He completely understood,
Arts (AXC), a vocational education program of and supported, vocational programs that would
The Learning Centers that prepares high school establish the skills needed for students to obtain
students for careers in the auto industry. sustainable jobs right out of high school,” said
Ms. Carleton.
Over the past five years, AXC has been generously
supported by the Margie & Robert E. Petersen The Petersen Foundation’s significant contributions
Foundation, thanks to Foundation President GiGi are an incredible boon to AXC and solidify its
Carleton. AXC has received more than $3 million ability to help the young men and women in
from the Petersen Foundation that has allowed our community in the future. We cannot thank
the program to add more classes, move to its own the Petersen Foundation, and its president GiGi
garage on the Fairplex campus (named the Robert Carleton enough, for honoring the legacy of
E. Petersen Garage), create the Margie Petersen Margie and Robert E. Petersen with such
Education Fund, an endowment which supports generosity. They are helping us prepare students
AXC’s educational programming, and more recently with real-world skills that will assist them in finding
start the AXC Welding and Fabrication Program, gainful employment.

2018 TLC Annual Report | 19

GivingTLC [ source of funds ]

State, County, and
Local Government
3% 1% <1%

14% where do the funds come from?

20% In 2018, TLC raised more than $1.2 million through
individual, corporate, and foundation support. Fairplex
25% generously provided $1.2 million of in-kind contributions
to cover administrative costs and overhead. This support
32% allows for 100% of all money raised to go directly to
providing program support. These gifts, plus the money
*Numbers have not been audited. raised from the CDC tuition, state-sponsored scholarships,
and government support round out revenues at $4.8 million.
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ExpensesTLC program 1%

what do the 71% The Farm at Fairplex
funds support? Educational Programs
The Child
In 2018, TLC expenditures Development Center 7%
reached $3.7 million with
more than two-thirds 3% Career & Technical
supporting the Child Education Center
Development Center, The Learning Centers
which is TLC’s largest General Fund 10%
year-round operation.
1% Events

Junior Fair Board 7%
Leadership Program
FairKids Field Trip
<1% Educational Programs

Millard Sheets Art Center *Numbers have not been audited.
Educational Programs
2018 TLC Annual Report | 21

DonorTLC roll

Platinum Ribbon Red Ribbon White Ribbon

$100,000+ $10,000 $5,000

Janell and Randall Lewis - Brian Bowcock City of Chino
Lewis Management Corp. Choura Events City of Ontario
Sarah and Arthur Ludwick 3 Christopher Kersting - Specialty Equipment Market City of Upland
Los Angeles County Fair Association Association (SEMA) 2 GMC Eco Car
Devorah Lieberman and Roger Auerbach - Haas & Wilkerson Insurance
Gold Ribbon University of La Verne 2 Jeanine and John Solomon -
E. Burdette and Helen H. Boileau Liquorama, Inc. 1, 2
$50,000 Endowment Fund Jeff Grant
Eliza and Ronald Bolding - LA84 Foundation
ECMC Foundation Inter Valley Health Plan 1, 2 Soraya and Ron Coley - Cal Poly Pomona 2
Southern California Edison Elizabeth Zamora and Miguel A. Santana 7 Sylvia Mendoza and Mike Driebe 2, 5, 6
Inland Empire United Way The Getty Foundation
Silver Ribbon Joanna Payne-Jones and Paul Jones Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP
Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Wolfgang Buehler Family Foundation
$25,000 Medical Center
Lagunitas Brewing Company Green Ribbon
Charlene and Guy Leavitt - Ray Cammack Shows Legacy First Escrow Inc.
Elizabeth DesCombes Linda Bosserman-Piatt and Ted Piatt 1, 2 $3,000
Heidi L. and Dan Hanson 1, 2 Saralee Baldwin
Jeanne and Mike Beckman 2, 5, 6 Weingart Foundation Alejandra and Ed Tessier 1, 2
Allison and John Landherr - A-Z Bus Sales 1, 2
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Betty and Michael Ortiz 1, 2 Carole and Bill Stead LeeAnn and John Paddock -
Bree and Tom Hsieh 2 Carolyn and Bill Marquez La Verne Construction Services 6
City of Claremont Carolyn Hemming Lieueen and Gary Thomas 4
City of El Monte Cindy and Bill Fox 2 Lori and Robert Curry -
Dave Perez - Valley Vista Services Cindy Olivas 6 Citrus Valley Health Partners
Irene and Anthony Salas Claremont Hyundai Lynn and Syd Swearingen
Jack and Jil Stark 3, 5 Coulter Associates, LLC Marilyn and Emmett Terrell 2
Joy Leavitt Pickett and Ben Pickett Darlene Kuba and William Fujioka 2 Mary and Bob Dukes 2, 3
Kiana Webb 1, 2, 6 Diamond Bar Community Foundation Mary and Roger Hanawalt 2
Nancy and John Todd - Todd Memorial Chapel 2, 3 Doubletree by Hilton Claremont Mary Jane and John Bettfreund
Reyna Del Haro - Kaiser Permanente Downtown Pomona Owners Association Mary Kate Carter
Baldwin Park Medical Center 1, 5 DPI Labs, Inc Michael Thomason
Richard Myles Johnson Foundation Elva and Richard Martinez Michelle and Avo Kechichian 6
Teresa and Ciriaco Pinedo 1, 2 Gaynel and Don Kendrick - Michelle and Neil O'Dwyer
Tina and Julio Loza - Loza & Loza LLP 1, 2, 6 Don Kendrick Real Estate 2, 5 Mt. San Antonio College
Vicky and Chuck Cable 4, 5, 6 Geri and Peter Relich Park West Landscape Management Company
Harvey Jacobson - Patty and Timothy Hepburn
Yellow Ribbon California Financial Partners, Inc. Pension Portfolios
Heather and Ross Gardiner Peter Clifford - National Hot Rod Association 2
$1,000 Holly and Jerry Reynolds 7 Pomona Unified School District
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Raquel and Michael Catania
Alice and Jim Piatt 3 Local No. 47 René and Reggie Webb 3
Ann and Steve Morgan 3, 5 Irene and Jimmy Espinoza - Robin and Richard Yochum -
Barbara and Bernie Bernstein 2, 3, 6 Inland Investment Partners, LLC 2 Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
Barbara and Carlo Latasa Jack Miller Robin Engstrom
BMR Rentals Jan Paulson 3 Rotary Club of Claremont-Noon
Brent Lippincott Janis and Stuart Simon Roxanne and Jeff Vaniman
Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. John Faranda Sandy Christensen
California Restaurant Association Foundation Karen and Joel Stein Santa Anita Park
(CRAF) Karen Furlow 7 School Resource Development LLC
Carol and Bill Grant Kimberli and Christopher Wheeler - Scott Dilley - Sanders Towing 2
Carol and Tim Hersch 6 Ignite Design & Advertising, Inc. Shanta McDavis and Eric Bishop 6
Kimberly White-Smith 6

1 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director | 2 Los Angeles County Fair Association Member 2018 TLC Annual Report | 23
3 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director Emeritus | 4 Los Angeles County Fair Association Life Member
5 The Learning Centers at Fairplex Board Member | 6 Child Development Center Board Member | 7 Fairplex Employee

Southern California Gas Company Brian Furlow Mark Sanfilippo
Spectra Food Services & Hospitality Chicken Charlie's Mary and Ryan Prendergast
Sue and Tom Nuss 3 Christine Dennis 5 Michelle and Adam Karrer
Susan and Ron Vander Molen 2 Cielo Castro and Jessie Saucedo 7 Michelle and Eric Scherer
Tessier Family Cindy and Chris Walkenbach Nancy and Robert Kress
The Flag Factory - Main Street Banner Cindy Rush Nancy and Ronald Dierkens
The Metropolitan Water District of Corrie Tillman Nancy and Tom Telford
Southern California Courtney Barham - Hot Dog on a Stick Nena Hernandez7
Thelma Melendez and Otto Santa Ana2 Dan Maydeck Nicole Lacroix
Upland Chamber of Commerce Dawn and William Mutschler Pam and Dwight Richards7
Val and Rich Crean3 Debra and Brian Martin Patricia Lobello-Lamb -
Vanir Group of Companies, Inc. Denise Mendoza Lamb, Morris & Lobello, LLP
Wal-Mart Foundation Elizabeth and Richard Krumwiede Paula and Fred Lantz
Wanda Tanaka Erica and Donte Witherspoon Pedro Garcia
Wayne and Jo Ann Ratkovich Fulbie Fajardo Pia Lindsay
Wells Fargo Gary Andreasen - Andreasen Engineering Randy Mackintosh
Western University of Health Sciences Heidi and Bob Gallegos1, 5 Robert Poff
Wilson Events, Inc. Jackman Tile Roberta Perlman
Yvonne Croil Janet and Adam Barwick Robin Engel
Janet and Darren Krohn Rosa Escamilla
Orange Ribbon Jeanine and Dale Coleman7 Rosemary Lee
Jimmy McNeal - Rotary Club of Pomona
$500 Cole-Schaefer Ambulance Service, Inc. SCE Federal Credit Union
JoAnne and James Williams Sharon and Tom Warner
Alexis Luby and Erwin Gordillo7 John Hodgman - Direct Connection Shelley and Scott Randles
Allan Company John Lundstrom - Lundstrom Engineering Sherri and Paul Mylott
Amy Larson Julia and John Gomez STC
Andrea and Carlos Larenas Juliet Davis Tammy and Kevin Roush7
Anne and Jack Doyle Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center The Benevity Community Impact Fund
Annie Kastl Kiwanis Club of Claremont Trudy and Bob Mendez2, 6
Arteco Partners Leticia Aguilar Twins Custom Coaches
Barbara and James Clark Lori and Mark Hill Venessa Say
Beth Brooks Margit and Jotgen Heimburger

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Vito Francesco Connie Endter Judy and Hugh La Bounty
Wendy Waldron Cora and Donald Hermans Julie Hasslock
Williams Sign Co. Crystal Ervin Kalyn Rose and Michael Taylor
Winter Sky Ranch, Inc. Curtis Annett Karen Gary
Wonderful Giving Daryl Beans Karen Zubiate-Beauchamp and Ken Beauchamp
Yolanda Villanueva David Malkin Kathy Adkins
Deborah and Gary George Kathy and Alan Wadham 7
Purple Ribbon Deborah and John Clifford Kathy Hine
Denise and Felice Loverso - Ken Iriart
$250 Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation 2 Kristine Vara
Deverly and Jonathan Jaidar Kurt Garcia
Absolutely Italian Management Group Donna Daniel Kyle Webb
Adrienne Bergen Elaine and John Bossinakis Larry Holcomb
Andrea and Brian Suggs 7 Eric Bogusch Laura and Bo Bollinger 2
Andrew Conway Eric Karpynec Leigh and Andrew Blaine
Anna Mei Jung Erica Frausto Linda and Loren Sansom
Annette Florez Fairplex Friends Lindsey Lawrence
Bari and Kenneth Ficquette Flora Research Laboratories Lori-Anne Favela
Black Stallion Western Wear Fran and Rick DeAvila Lorraine Aleman
Bradford B. Blaine Gail Forster Margery Vincent
Brandon Roybal GiGi Carleton Marilynn and Thomas Malcolm
Brett Endter Glenkirk Church Marty Rodriguez - Century 21
Brian Bussey Gloria and Eric McLaughlin Mary and Dan Oki
Bruce Kelber Grand Tire Inc. Mary Delgado
Celia and Dale Smith - Family A Fair, Inc. Helen and Denny Mosier Mary Kate Francesco
Chris Montez Janet and Norman Cerswell McKinley Children's Center
Christina and Ron Vera 3 Janet Jewell and L.D. Johnson Michael Giacomini
Christopher Day Jesse Castillo Mickey and Jim Gallivan
Cindy and William Cary Jim Williams, Jr. Midpoint Bearing
Claremont Unified School District Joan and Jon Blickenstaff 4 Monica and Walter Marquez 7
Colleen Kelly John Forbing Morgan Stanley

1 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director | 2 Los Angeles County Fair Association Member 2018 TLC Annual Report | 25
3 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director Emeritus | 4 Los Angeles County Fair Association Life Member
5 The Learning Centers at Fairplex Board Member | 6 Child Development Center Board Member | 7 Fairplex Employee

Nakita Chand 7 Gray Ribbon David Blancett
Nicholas Cabrera David Fabela
Nonita Machado $100 Derek Bahmanou
Patricia Carberry Derr Chamb
Patsy Hanson Adrienne Hill Desirae Garibay
Petersen Automotive Museum Alison Martinez Destiny Davalos
Rafael Carcamo Alissa Craft Diane and Donald Guido
Ray Riojas Alysia and John Seligman 6 Dianne McHenry
Renee Olson Angelica Baltazar Edward Nguyen
Rey O'Day Anne Henderson Ernie Barbosa
Rhonda Hoffman Anne McIntosh Ernie Magana
Robert Vera Autumn Washington Francine and Phil Rowe
Rose Rockwell Barbara and Conrad Nicoll Gary and Nanette Peterson
Ruby Escamilla 7 Barbara and Michael Mousteiko Gorden Kao 2
Ruth Low and Rick Rogers Becky and Don DeLano 7 Harry Spilman
Ruth Zuniga Bernadette Franco Heather and Vince Batcheller 7
Samantha McGill Beth and Sid Robinson Helen Feller
Sandi and Hal Fredericksen BJ and Bohdan Nichka Holly Nanning
Shalaura Soliai Bonnita Garba Hollymae Cancino-Kaihewalu and
Sharon Willison Brent Stiver Franklin Kaihewalu
Sherrill and Gilbert Ivey 2 Carlos and Megan Clifton ISU Derby Insurance Associates
Steve PonTell Carolyn Luu J & J Mayfair, LLC
Sue and Neil Hyland3 Catherine Hawkins Jack Glass
Susan and Brent Maire Charles Rosenberg James West
Suzanne Freehling Christopher Ross Jana Campbell
Suzanne Lee-Hodson and Donald Hodson Chuck Giordano Janet Dennis
Suzy Graham and John Campbell, II Cody Cichon Jaye Steinbrick
Terri's Berries, Inc. Cynthia and William Bryan Jeanette Harold
Tyler and Shelley Manus Cynthia Ortega Jeff Warner
Valerie Jeffers Daniel Skora Jeffrey Demooy
Veronica Ruiz Dario Diaz Jennifer and Tim Corse
Wessel Propane Inc. Darryl Jung Jerry Damon
Xochitl Martinez and John Wright Dasina Horne Jessica Anaya Topete
Jessica Beauchamp
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Jim Finn Lorie and Mark Padilla Richard Wooley
Jody and Harris Sherman Lori's Concessions Robert Rich
Jorge Hernandez Lucia Lawrence Ronald Gorsuch
Joyce and Harold Dunn Lydia and Ron Swearingen Ronald Hofaker
Judy and Herb Thompson Marcus Lollie Rose Wentz
Karen Ortiz Maria Gutierrez Ryan Wilson
Kathy Yeram7 Mark Winter Salina Avalos
Kelli Williams Marsha Stoudt Sara and Michael Mendez
Ken Corhan Mary and Christopher Caenepeel Sara Duong
Kenneth Gauthier Mary Juetten Sara Weinmeister
Kerry Garcia Matthew Calderon Sherwin Eslava
Kevin Corrigan Maurice LeBlanc Snowden Electric Company, Inc.
Kevin Walker Maya Alvarado 7 Southern California Real Estate Executives
Kimberly Jones Meghan Aguilar Stephanie Campbell
Krista Chakmak Meghan B. Aguilar Stephanie Mann
Kristy Dahlstrom 7 Michael Carty Stephen Fillet
Kyung Soo Carroll 7 Nancy Hurlbut Steve Bowie
Larry Egan Natalie and Brian Vinales Steve Llanusa and Glenn Miya
Laura and Gabriel Gallardo Natalie and Carlos Larios Steve Waldron
Laura Lynn and Joel Chavarin Natalie Chaidez7 Susan and Craig Hare
Leonard Gutierrez Network for Good Susan and John Martinez
Linda and Ricardo Ortega Nicole Sharp Susan Dorner
Linda Ricci Pam and Kenneth Arnold Terri Kamaile
Lindsey Nelson Pat Newton The Original Whistle Stop, Inc.
Lisa and Jonathan Soiseth Patricia Quinones Theresa and John Mumma
Lisa and Nicholas Stamatis Patti Paquin Thomas Phillips Jr.
Lizbet Hernandez Peggy Valenti Valerie and Matthew Puffer
Lola Taylor Pete Lesser7 Vanessa Marquez and George Rosas 7
Loren Williams Peter Correa Victor Caceres
Loretta Rahmani Rachel Barbosa Victor Viramontes
Lori Vogelgesang Resa and Phillip Reyes 7 Wei Lu
Wilson & Bell Auto Service

1 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director | 2 Los Angeles County Fair Association Member 2018 TLC Annual Report | 27
3 Los Angeles County Fair Association Director Emeritus | 4 Los Angeles County Fair Association Life Member
5 The Learning Centers at Fairplex Board Member | 6 Child Development Center Board Member | 7 Fairplex Employee

The Learning Centers at Fairplex Mission Statement The Learning Centers
at Fairplex 2018
The Learning Centers provides a wide spectrum of innovative and Board of Directors
enriching educational experiences that bring learning to life, benefit
our diverse communities and prepare our participants for success. Mike Beckman, Chair
Chuck Cable, Secretary
To Donate to TLC, please visit Kathy Banuelos
Reyna Del Haro Chris Dennis
Michael Driebe
@TLCFairplex LearningCentersFairplex @TLCFairplex Heidi L. Gallegos
Peter Hidalgo
Don Kendrick
Stephen C. Morgan
Jil Stark

Legacy Society

E. Burdette and Helen H.
Boileau Endowment Fund

Robin and Sharon Fordyce
Living Trust

Fox Family Trust

The Margie and Robert E.
Petersen Foundation

The Keck Foundation

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