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Board of Directors. Welcome Paul Petersen Why Are We Here? Kids activities which consume my day Pulled in too many directions Summertime!!! Don’t we.

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1 Board of Directors

2 Welcome Paul Petersen

3 Why Are We Here? Kids activities which consume my day Pulled in too many directions Summertime!!! Don’t we have more important things to do?

4 The Real Reason We Are Here “You are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light” (1 Peter 2:9 NIV). Community CommunionMission The Gathered & Scattered Church – Hugh Halter

5 Heart Breaking Realities In the last 10 years, how many people ages are connected in congregations? 4% – where are your/our young adults? How many people do not know Jesus as their Savior? Currently there are 200 Million lost people in America – that would completely fill the top 100 cities in America How many people has the LCMS lost in the last 30 years? 500,000 members Source: PLI

6 Up, In & Out Individually In my family As the body of believers Individually In my family As the body of believers As we read the Gospels, Jesus had 3 great loves (Know Christ) UP IN (They will know..Love one another) OUT (Make Christ Known) “A balanced Christian life & community needs this 3 dimensional pattern” MC = Missional Communities

7 CPLOM Mission Statement 2 Goals Support the ministry of its member congregations Make and nurture disciples for Jesus Christ 2 Methods Provide Christian learning and renewal opportunities Build up the community of believers 1 Purpose Reach out to the world in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Christ centered in all that we do! Communion Mission Community

8 MC Examples Abound!!

9 Community, Communion & Mission Jesus didn’t wait for the lost to find him. He went out to find them. Jesus came to seek and to save the lost He took the initiative and He paid the price To release moments of connecting people to Jesus we need to be taking the initiative to be out in the midst of the people who need Christ in their lives Exciting to be part of the ministry at Camp Perkins!!

10 Vision & Mission for CPLOM Yellowstone Member Congregations CPLOM supports & equips Partnerships within Member Congregations Community Outreach Day Camp Year round Youth / Family Leadership LIT Equipping Parents Church Retreats Missions Staff On-Site Family Ministry Single Parent Camp Parent / Child Camp Father / Son Weekend Couples Getaway Family Camps Youth Camps All activities support Member Congregations Magic Valley Treasure Valley Utah

11 Things to think about… LP Cassette CD iPOD

12 What…So What…Now What… The What… What’s happening in the LCMS and in our Member Congregations

13 LCMS Stats

14 Member Congregation Stats – Average Church Attendance

15 Member Congregation Stats

16 So what… What does this mean for Camp Perkins?

17 Guests Served

18 Retreats Total Retreat Participants – – – – – (to date) - 461

19 Summer Camp May 31, 2011 Down 18% from 2009 Down 40% from 2004

20 Summer Camp Average of 40-45% return campers 2011 – 64% returning campers (continuing trend from 2010…but fewer overall means fewer new campers)

21 Summer Congregational Participation Total Summer Campers from Member Congregations **as indicated by the camper, not the congregation 2004 – 416 (51%)2009 – 277 (40%) 2007 – 360 (45%)2010 – 321 (45%) 2008 – 339 (43%)2011 – 307 (43%)

22 Now what… So what do we do now?

23 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative #1----Member Congregations----- In five years All congregations (38) will be actively involved in one or many of the following ways: Camp Gatherings Delegates equipped with information and means to share Camp Perkins story Financial support – doubled (currently $17k) Will be seeking ways to use the camp year round Will see Camp as an extension of their ministry What’s exciting? What’s concerning? What’s missing?

24 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Program Development---- In five years— All programs Perkins conducts will operate at 90% capacity on average Currently… Summer Camp - Summer Retreats - Winter Retreats - What’s exciting? What’s concerning? What’s missing?

25 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Outreach to new populations and strategic partnerships In 5 years Camp Perkins will have strategic partners to increase utilization of facilities during periods when Member Congregations and Camp Perkins programs are traditionally not scheduled. Camp Perkins will seek opportunities to reach new populations for the Gospel of Jesus Christ

26 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Outreach to new populations and strategic partnerships

27 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Outreach to new populations and strategic partnerships In 5 years Camp Perkins will have strategic partners to increase utilization of facilities during periods when Member Congregations and Camp Perkins programs are traditionally not scheduled. Camp Perkins will seek opportunities to reach new populations for the Gospel of Jesus Christ What’s exciting? What’s concerning? What’s missing?

28 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Financial Development--- In five years, Gifts from individuals, churches, the district, Thrivent, and other church related entities will provide 20% of the funds needed for annual operations (~$120k). In 25 years, the endowment will be providing 10% of the annual operating revenues needed to sustain the ministry (~$60k in today’s budget - $1.2 million endowment).

29 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Financial Development--- Action Step…help us find… Development Council – volunteers across the region that will reach out to their friends, contacts, churches, and through special events to raise both awareness and funds for the ministry of Camp Perkins. What’s exciting? What’s concerning? What’s missing?

30 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Facilities-- In five years, All facilities will reflect: Family Friendliness Community-building focus Quality Comfort Safety

31 Strategic Plan…a preview Strategic Initiative # Facilities-- Action Steps: Master Development Plan to USFS by September, Focus on improving existing capacity rather than a major capacity expansion of the facility. Lodge – winterized and community gathering area outside Upper Showerhouse? Cabins – family friendly What’s exciting? What’s concerning? What’s missing?

32 Committee Reports Program Finance Property Executive Director Report Nominations

33 Program Committee

34 Program Director Tracy Mueller Program Committee Mike Suelzle, Chairperson Zach “Slice” Allen Jennifer “Downey” Webster Theresa Von Busch Amy Hubach, DCE Jana Smith

35 Summer Camp 2012 Summer Staff Camp Assistants – 4 Kitchen, 2 housekeeping, 1 maintenance, 1 photo Camp Assistants – 4 Kitchen, 2 housekeeping, 1 maintenance, 1 photo Counselors – 8 Female, 8 male Counselors – 8 Female, 8 male Ridges Counselors – 1 male, 1 female Ridges Counselors – 1 male, 1 female Summer Program Facilitators – 3 On-Site, 3 Day Camp Coordinators Summer Program Facilitators – 3 On-Site, 3 Day Camp Coordinators Foodservice Director (Roxi Mumm) & Head Cook (Kristin O’Donnell) Foodservice Director (Roxi Mumm) & Head Cook (Kristin O’Donnell) Maintenance Director – Aidan O’Donnell Maintenance Director – Aidan O’Donnell Office Coordinator - Office Coordinator - Program Director – Tracy Mueller Program Director – Tracy Mueller Executive Director – Signe White Executive Director – Signe White 37 total staff serving this summer! 37 total staff serving this summer!

36 Summer Camperships $22,000 awarded in 2009 $15,000 awarded in 2010 $22,000 awarded in 2011 Spread the word!

37 Day Camp 2012 Zion, NampaJune 17 Zion, BurleyJune 17 St. John & Hope, Idaho FallsJune 17 Redeemer, SLC, UTJune 24 Redeemer, KimberlyJune 24 St. Mark’s, Provo, UTJune Immanuel, Twin FallsJune 24 Shepherd of the Valley, SalmonJuly 1 Peace, FilerJuly 8 Christ, MeridianJuly 8 Trinity, RupertJuly 15 Trinity, EdenJuly 22 Faith, PocatelloJuly 22 First, Tooele, UTJuly 29 Our Savior, McCallJuly 29 Holy Trinity, Riverton, UTAug 5

38 Fall 2011 / Winter 2012 Retreats Women’s Retreat - 24 Women’s Retreat - 24 Couples Getaway - 10 Couples Getaway - 10 Staff Reunion - 29 Staff Reunion - 29 Jr. High Retreat – 8 (69% decrease over 2011 and an 89% decrease since 2005) Jr. High Retreat – 8 (69% decrease over 2011 and an 89% decrease since 2005) Sr. High Retreat – 25 (48% decrease over 2011) Sr. High Retreat – 25 (48% decrease over 2011) Crafting Retreats – 64 (25% increase over 2011!) Crafting Retreats – 64 (25% increase over 2011!) Men’s Retreat – 32 (69% increase over 2011!) Men’s Retreat – 32 (69% increase over 2011!) Spring Work Weekend - Spring Work Weekend -

39 2012 Summer Retreats Parent / Child Retreat: June 17-19, 20-22, Parent / Child Retreat: June 17-19, 20-22, Single Parent / Child Retreat: July Single Parent / Child Retreat: July Father & Son: July Father & Son: July Summer Family & Friends Camps Summer Family & Friends Camps July 1-6 Week-long July 1-6 Week-long July Weekend July Weekend August Weekend August Weekend

40 2012 Fall Retreats Couples Getaway Couples Getaway Fall Work Weekend Fall Work Weekend Women’s Retreat Women’s Retreat Men’s Retreat Men’s Retreat Sr. High Leaders Retreat Sr. High Leaders Retreat

41 Finance Committee

42 2011 Finance Summary INCOME Donations91,24657,46757, Member Church Donations17,67718,67722, Other gifts & fees21,04914,44225, Camp, retreat, & rental fees324,733329,759308, Other income (loss)53,92322,79046, Taxes & fees28,28029,93636,539 TOTAL INCOME - OPERATIONS$536,909$473,071$498,335 Accounts 1 - Annual Fund, FTCF, Organizations (Thrivent Choice Dollars, LWML, etc) 2 - Member Congregation Donations 3 - Contract Fees, Summer Mission 4 - Programmed and Hosted Ministry Fees 5 - Trading Post, Interest on Accts., Refunds, Misc 6 - Travel & Sales Tax, USFS Fees

43 2011 Finance Summary EXPENSES Staff salaries216,934188,230182, Staff benefits & payroll expenses39,36337,57733, Food & housekeeping supplies51,76652,00855, Program costs25,35515,91927, Utilities10,8717,4631, Maintenance & vehicles13,35536,62531, Property and liability Insurance22,92229,83829, Publicity & fundraising9,34713,80813, Office expenses20,72620,54619, Other operating expenses28,54012,0362, Taxes & fees29,16823,13833, Capital improvements8,95756,704- TOTAL EXPENSES - OPERATIONS$477,304$493,892$430,828 Accounts 1 - Seasonal, Part-time, Full Time Staff Salaries7 - Liability & Vehicle Ins 2 - Health Ins, Workmans Comp Ins, Staff Recruit, etc.8 - Publicity & Fundraising 3 - Food and Housekeeping Supplies9 - Office Supplies & Equip, Hailey Office Rent, Phones, Internet 4 - Prog Exp & Capital, Prof. Services (GSB Consult, etc), Staff Mileage, Fuel10 - Trading Post, Endowment, Designated Gifts 5 - Utilities11 - Travel & Sales Tax, USFS Fees 6 - Maintenance: Building and Vehicles12 - Capital Improvements (RC)

44 2011 Finance Summary Depreciation, buildings, etc.25,000 Indirect scholarships21,59020,00019,500 ADJUSTED INCOME (DEFICIT) FROM OPERATIONS$13,016 ($65,821) $23,007 OTHER ACTIVITIES Grant Income (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31)066,000$0 Grant Expense (Jan 1 - Dec. 31)20,1399,771$0 Grant Balance, Dec. 31$36,090$56,229$0 INCOME (DEFICIT) FROM OPERATIONS $59,605 ($20,821) $67,507

45 2012 Budget Insurance and benefits $ 74, % Salaries - P/T and Summer $ 89, % Salaries - Full Time $ 136, % Camp Operations $ 184, % Designated Fees and Taxes $ 42, % Camper discounts/Scholarships $ 16, % TOTAL $ 542, %

46 Expenses - Covered by Donation vs. Fees

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48 Future & Emergency Funds

49 Development Report

50 Estate Planning Workshops: Review Five workshops conducted 93 people attended 35 people signed up for visit Follow-up visits from Estate Planning Workshops continued in 2011 and Total Contacts to date with 35 people: (phone, , letter) 44 Personal Contacts have been made. All will result in gifts to ministry. 16 Total Potential Gifts, totaling $1.2 million 10 Potential Gifts to Camp Perkins, totaling $400K 122 hours of service by Lloyd Probasco (not including travel time), equating to a value of approximately $9,000. Future Plans Workshop and volunteer dinner to be conducted in Salt Lake area 12 additional families to be visited

51 Property Committee Mike Mumm Jerry Werner

52 Important dates: Memorial Weekend - Work weekend getting camp ready for the Summer and coordinating all work efforts October - Fall work weekend getting camp ready for the Winter 2011/12 Completed Projects: Replaced Boat Dock Deck Repair Upper Showerhouse “mini” remodel Property Committee

53 2011 Immediate Needs: Work with Strategic Initiatives to create Master Site Plan Replace Bus with camper transport vehicle Padded chairs for RC On-going Maintenance Manual and record keeping – Aidan doing a great job updating and keeping records Maintenance Director Search Evaluate Shop needs…tools, etc.

54 Nominations Committee

55 Executive Director’s Report

56 Church Visits Goal 10-15/year 2011 Beautiful Savior, Boise Crown of Life, Rigby Grace, Caldwell Immanuel, Twin Falls St. John, ID Falls St. Paul, Jerome Trinity, Eden Trinity, Rupert Valley of Peace, Hailey 2012 Crown of Life, Rigby Grace, Pocatello Grace, Caldwell Hope, ID Falls Mt. Calvary, Homedale Shepherd of the Valley, Salmon St. Paul, Jerome St. Paul, Ogden, UT Zion, Nampa School Visits Jan – April  Grace, Pocatello  Hope, ID Falls  Immanuel, Twin Falls  Christ, Murray, UT  Grace, Sandy, UT  Redeemer, SLC, UT  Zion, Nampa  Nampa Christian Schools  Cole Valley High School Other Visits  April – Southern Idaho Pastors Conf.  April – Utah-Idaho LWML Conv


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