Motto
Motto
“To provide a trusted avenue for donors to participate in providing excellent educational opportunities in the Eastmont School District by prudently investing and leveraging donated assets to incentivize high achievement, to directly fund educational and extra-curricular opportunities, and to provide for higher education."
Revised 8/20/2013

2016 Distinguished Alumnus Recipient

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2016 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARD


Lt. Colonel William "Bill" C. Taylor,  US Army 

EHS Class of '95


After graduating from EHS in 1995, Bill attended West Point Military Academy and graduated 4th in his class in 2000.  He has received multiple military honors including the Commendation Medal with Valor for Heroism in Combat, Meritorious Service and the Bronze Star. Bill has earned two masters degrees and served on the faculty of West Point as an assistant professor of U.S. Foreign Policy, American Politics and Political Analysis. 

In his spare time, he has published several works including the book "Military Responses to Arab Uprisings and the Future of Civil-Military Relations in the Middle East: Analysis from Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Syria. On June 1, 2016, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.  He with his wife and two children are preparing for his new assignment as a Middle East Intelligence Analyst at Central Command in Tampa, Florida.


Contact Us

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Eastmont Foundation  
800 Eastmont Avenue
East Wenatchee, WA 98802

Phone: (509) 884-7169
Fax: (509) 884-4210  

Foundation@eastmont206.org

Donate Today!

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Gifts of any size are important to Eastmont School District's ability to provide students with a quality educational experience.

There are a number of ways you can make a gift to the Eastmont Foundation, including:

Mail in Cash, Check, or Money Order payable to:
Eastmont Foundation
c/o Eastmont Administration Office
800 Eastmont Avenue
East Wenatchee, WA  98802


Shop Amazon Smile!

When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to Eastmont Foundation.


eScrip & Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Sign up with eScrip or register for Fred Meyer Community Rewards and a donation will be made to the Eastmont Foundation each time you shop — at no cost to you!  

Sign up online.  It’s quick and easy!

  1. Go to www.escrip.com
  2. Click on “sign-up”
  3. Follow the instructions to register your grocery cards and your existing credit/debit cards.
  4. Go to www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards and search for Eastmont Foundation.


Gifts of Stock

Gifts of marketable stocks or mutual fund shares that have appreciated can have an immediate impact on a program or school within the district while creating a favorable income tax deduction for you based on the assets' current value.


Gift Planning

Planned gifts or estate gifts are an effective way to manage your affairs, plan for the future, and make a meaningful gift to the Eastmont Foundation. Common gift planning strategies include bequests, charitable gift annuities or remainder trusts, donor advised funds, gifts of life insurance, or real property. Many gift planning strategies can provide a reliable source of income and/or tax benefits for the donor.  The Eastmont Foundation has a financial advisor that would be willing to help decide what option would work best for you.  Please call for me info.

Creating an Endowment
An endowment establishes a fund managed by the Eastmont Foundation, which provides perpetual, annual support for the Eastmont Foundation. For as little as $25,000, an endowed fund may be established to support a school program, athletic program or initiative of your choosing.


Board of Directors
- Alumni Directors -
Darci Christoferson, Class of 1985
Bill Dobbins, Class of 1973
Brandy Fields, Class of 1989
David Garcia, Class of 1998
Berta Gensinger, Class of 1973
Scott Kane, Class of 1971
Julie Kuntz, Class of 1974
Amy Moubray, Class of 2001
Mary Ellen Sparman, Class of 1963
Spencer Taylor, Class of 1989
Meaghan Vibbert, Class of 1997

- Additional Directors -
Garn Christensen
Alejandra Gonzalez
Beverly Jagla
Brenda Lindsey
Mark Marney
Leon McKinney

Past Scholarship Recipients

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2015 Scholarship Recipients

                 

Diana Chavira-Lopez

                 

Amanda Everett


Wildcat Athletic Hall of Fame

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From Left to Right:   Judy SpoelstraIke Cummings, Mary Raese Martin, Dorothy Boni (daughter of Lou Boni), Foss MillerRobin DerryDan WhiteDale WeaverAlison Owen Bradley.

(Not Pictured:  Greg MooneyRandy HallLarry Michael)

An Eastmont Foundation Board of Director serves on the selection committee.  A donation was also made from the Foundation to purchase plaques to be displayed at EHS.

2016 Scholarship Recipients

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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR EHS SENIORS


2016 Scholarship Recipients

Andrew Millard

Nicole Tsang 

Past Distinguished Alumni Recipients

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2015 Distinguished Alumnus -

Lori Andre-Van Lith


EHS Class of 1994

Lori was a honor society graduate and attended Eastmont schools since kindergarten starting at Grant Elementary, Sterling Intermediate School and Eastmont Junior High School.  During her years as an Eastmont student, she had the privilege of many great and influential teachers, coaches, counselors and principals that gave her many positive life skills.

Throughout her four years of lettering in high school swimming, she was a leader in encouraging the other team members, a leader in team spirit, and a leader in the state swim competition every year.
         
Currently, Lori has her own mental health counseling service in Wenatchee.  She has helped many students and adults in our valley.  She was instrumental in the Suicide Coalition going forward in our valley and has made life changing differences for many students.
 
Lori has been facilitating a state funded, research-based group for moderate to high risk youth at Chelan County Juvenile Justice Center for 12 years.  She teaches social skills, anger management, and moral reasoning to help these youth make better decisions and gain personal power and skills to be successful at home, in school, in our community, and in life.  She has been influential in reducing recidivism in Chelan County.
 
Information collected from The Scratching Post Graduation edition.

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