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Kathy Roeser, investment advisor from Morgan Stanley, addresses members of the Women's Giving Circle about charitable giving at the Crown Point Community Foundation group's annual dinner meeting.
Women's Giving Circle members, from left, Tess Bartos, Kim Larsen, Esther Lambert and Cindy Beckman, enjoy the recent Power of the Purse dinner, where they helped decide which charitable causes received funding this year through the Crown Point Community Foundation.
All smiles are the Kirk family, Jim, Kyle and Debbie, after Kyle received the $1,000 Barney's Hub Bootery Scholarship through the Crown Point Community Foundation.
Dean and Barbara White Scholarship winners Susan Reed and Andre Hatami, with certificates, are congratulated by Crown Point Community Foundation board members, from left, Ben Ballou, Pat Huber and Mark Bates. Each received a full scholarship to college.
Chairman of the Board David Batusic, left, presents the first Chairman's Award to John Barney, a member of the Crown Point Community Foundation board of directors for more than 20 years.
The Crown Point Community Foundation elected its Executive Committee at the annual dinner meeting, front row from left, Pat Huber, Darryl Miller, Mark Bates and Linda Armstrong, back row, John Barney, Jon Harts, Dave Batusic and Greg Forsythe.
Crown Point Community Foundation Executive Director Pat Huber, at rear in doorway, and teacher Susan Bateman-Boswell watch as a seventh-grade English class tries out the new stability balls at Col. John Wheeler Middle School funded by the foundation.
TradeWinds CEO Jon Gold, from left, Mathew Myers and Raymond Lawrence are congratulated by CPCF President Pat Huber after receiving a $5,000 grant.
Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber, center, delivers emergency funds to St. Jude House Executive Director Mary Govert, left, and Manager of Development Veronica Castellanos, right, after a water pipe burst and damaged the Crown Point shelter for domestic abuse victims.
Benefactor Manetta Manhart Gibbons congratulates Christopher Pawlikowski, who received the scholarship she funded through the Crown Point Community Foundation in 2007. Gibbons died in January and left her estate of $938,000 to the foundation.
Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber, third from left, celebrates the awarding of a $3,000 grant to the Crown Point Teen MOPS program, represented by, from left, Vicky Colbert, Adriane Matthews, Huber, Julie Fortner, Angela Roibbins and Janell Rottier.
Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber, left, congratulates Sue Daily for work done by Crown Point's Old Homestead Preservation Society, which recently received a $600 grant for new storm windows for the historic home.
Attendees at the Crown Point Community Foundation's first Women Advancing Women Workshop learn about team building during an exercise. The workshop was so successful that it will be offered again in October and January.
Jennifer Connelly, program facilitator and founder of Triple W Forum, discusses communication skills at Crown Point's Women Advancing Women Workshop.
Enjoying their annual gathering for the Crown Point Community Foundation's Women's Giving Circle Fund are, from left, Carol Root, Peggy Sendak, Jane Martin, Sue Moreno and Sally Nalbor.
Making choices of the charities to benefit from their philanthropy through the Crown Point Community Foundation are Women's Giving Circle members, from left, Jan Kleinschmidt Boicken, Faye Platt, Bette Oesterle, Jo Schweitzer, Pat Carden and Mary Steele.
Crown Point Community Foundation Board members Mark Bates, left, and Ben Ballou, right, congratulate 2013 scholarship winners Taylor Green, Austin Qualizza, John MacNeil, Sam Beishhuizen at the Crown Point High School Awards Ceremony this spring.
Kaylee Clark and Nick Langbehn are recipients of this year's Dean and Barbara White Scholarships, which provide full college scholarships through the Crown Point Community Foundation.
Participants at a recent Working Women's Workshop learn leadership skills during a team building activity. A similar two-part workshop will be hosted by the Crown Point Community Foundation.
Crown Point Community Foundation board members review the agenda at the recent annual dinner meeting.
Executive Director Patricia Huber, center, congratulates outgoing Chairman of the Board Mark Bates, left, and newly-elected Chairman of the Board Dave Batusic during the Crown Point Community Foundation's recent annual dinner meeting.
Mary Ann Mahler, left, of the Household Goods Pantry at First United Methodist Church in Lowell, shows Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber the pantry's inventory after a $3,000 grant from the foundation was announced earlier this year.
Grant writer Carole Bakker, from left, and Manager Sharla Slings, both of Second Life Resale Shoppe Inc. in Crown Point, receive congratulations from Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber after being awarded a $2,000 grant from the foundation.
Jane and Jess Martin, and Sally and Allan Nalbor, enjoy the Crown Point Community Foundation's ninth annual gala.
In keeping with the theme, a colorful setting awaited guests in the Maki Ballroom of the Old Lake Courthouse for the Crown Point Community Foundation's ninth annual gala last month.
Sponsors make the Crown Point Community Foundation's annual gala possible. This year's benefactors, with the foundation's President/Executive Director Pat Huber, fourth from left, included, from left to right, Mark Bates, Pinnacle Insurance; John Diederich, Peoples Bank; Rick Calinski, NIPSC…
Crown Point High School's Robodogs robotics team celebrates receiving a $4,000 grant from the Crown Point Community Foundation.
Patricia Huber, center, president and executive director of the Crown Point Community Foundation, shares the good news about a $2,039 grant with Eric Evans, left, and Anne Nicholls of the Crown Point Community Theatre.
Marty Wheeler, center, president of the Lake Court House Foundation, receives a $25,000 grant for the foundation's capital campaign from Pat Huber, left, executive director, and Mark Bates, board chairman, both from the Crown Point Community Foundation.
Crown Point Community Foundation Board Vice Chair Dave Batusic, from left, and Executive Director Pat Huber, present a $5,000 grant to the Old Sheriff’s House Foundation, represented by Jim Emerson, Jim Crisman and Jon Forgey.
Mike Brown Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund recipients this year are, from left, Taylor Passine, Tim Patrick, Hannah Raspopovich, Alexis Joseph, Drew Breuckman, Trevor Riley, Kyle Rodd, Daniel Smith and Lauren Berger. Not pictured is Pete Parks.
Patricia Huber, second from left, executive director of the Crown Point Community Foundation, congratulates scholarship winners, from left, Leah Markowitz, Crown Point Rotary Club recipient; Marlea Nelson and Carly Kiran, Gail and Gil Stiener Family Fund Scholarship recipients; and Alison Vi…
Robert Featherstone, from left, and Brooke Reising have been awarded this year's Dean and Barbara White Scholarship, administered by the Crown Point Community Foundation, while Adam Nowak is a former White Scholarship winner.
Displaying the Power of the Purse at the recent Women's Giving Circle event sponsored by the Crown Point Community Foundation are, from left, Barb Kacmar, Carol Bucur, Joyce Smith, Diane Kemp, Joyce Carnahan, Peggy Sendak and Mariellen Liggett.
New directors for the Crown Point Community Foundation are, from left, Ben Ballou, Nancy Cowan-Eksten and Mike Dexter. They were welcomed unanimously at the annual dinner meeting of the foundation last month at The Lighthouse Restaurant in Cedar Lake.
New directors for the Crown Point Community Foundation are, from left, Ben Ballou, Nancy Cowan-Eksten and Mike Dexter.
The Executive Committee of the Crown Point Community Foundation is, from left, President Pat Huber, Second Vice Chair Greg Forsythe, First Vice Chair Dave Batusic, Secretary Kathryn Schmidt, Chair of the Board Mark Bates, ex-officio member John Barney and Treasurer Darryl Miller.
Crown Point Panthers Inc. received a $5,000 grant to purchase new helmets and pads for the youth football league. Chairman of the Board of the Crown Point Community Foundation Mark Bates and President/Executive Director Pat Huber make a grant presentation to league officials Scott Shahbaz an…
Lincoln Elementary PTO was awarded a $2,800 grant by the Crown Point Community Foundation to purchase a "Guided Reading" program. Lincoln Elementary School representatives, from left, Kelly Ruszkiewicz, Gail Forbes, Meryl Larson, Amanda King, Kim Splant and Principal Brandie Muha are ready t…
Tri Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis, center, accepts a $8,630 grant to fund Crown Point student field trips from Crown Point Community Foundation Chairman of the Board Mark Bates and President/Executive Director Pat Huber.
Members of the Spring Into Action Steering Committee invite the public to check out the volunteer opportunities at Saturday's event, front row from left, Melissa Giles, Pat Huber, Kristin Harts, Agnes Seitz, Linda Armstrong, and back row, Doreen Finissi, Ben Ballou, Jon Harts, Chris Stanek a…
Guests mingle in the rotunda of the Old Courthouse during the Crown Point Community Foundation's recent gala.
A $3,200 Crown Point Community Foundation grant went to Camp LRCA's Caterpillar Academy, a day care program in need of new carpeting. With the help of Lakeshore Floors and the grant, they carpeted three rooms of the school, which serves 88 children. Their ministry is located on 140 acres in …
Meals on Wheels received a grant of $5,000 to help underwrite the costs of serving 94 monthly meals to clients in Crown Point, Winfield, Lowell and Cedar Lake. Since 1990, Crown Point Community Foundation has awarded more than $69,000 in grants to Meals on Wheels of NWI, which serves more th…
Dr. Annette Williamson, left, president of the Winfield Community Foundation Board joins Crown Point Community Foundation Executive Director Pat Huber.
Sponsors of the Crown Point Community Foundation's 8th annual gala gather in preparation of the Nov. 8 event, front row from left, Julie Bieszczat, representing the John and Ann Barney Family Foundation; Crown Point Community Foundation President Pat Huber; Chairman of the foundation board M…
Pat Huber, from left, president of the Crown Point Community Foundation, congratulates open house grant winners Patricia Cope, teacher, and Katrina Earhart, director of the Crown Point Adult Learning Center; Linda McGrew, representative, Jane Winkoff, director, and Mary Jo Melder, representa…
Mark Bates, chairman of the board for the Crown Point Community Foundation, discusses the foundation's new and larger offices, which offer space for training classes, meetings and more community outreach. Bates spoke at a reception Tuesday, as did Crown Point Mayor David Uran, seen at left.
Ribbon cutting ceremonies were hosted Tuesday by Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce for White's Residential and Family Services and the Crown Point Community Foundation at 115 S. Court St. in Crown Point. Chamber members surround White's CEO Dee Gibson and CPCF President Patricia Huber …
Ten years after his death, the Mike Brown Jr. Memorial Golf Outing helps fellow Crown Point High School graduates with college expenses. Recipients at this years event are, from left, scholarship winners Jared Green, Nate Ellingsen, Laura Yokovich and Gabby Raspopovich, family members Kim an…
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