The St. Benedict’s Knights of Columbus Chapter 1225, Florence recently donated $298.62 to Starpoint. The proceeds were from the annual Holiday Tootsie Roll campaign. Presenting the check and representing the chapter from l – r were Don Wiseman, Dan Schlaak, Ron Hinkle – Starpoint Foundation Director and Bill Salazor. Hinkle commented that the funds will be used to buy racing chariots so that adult Starpoint consumers may participate in local … Read More
A 9-person Chinese dragon led by Starpoint CEO Bob Arnold greeted guests as they arrived at the Annual Gathering in Gratitude Fundraiser at the Larry and Beryl Baker residence in Florence. The Chinese New Year celebration was also an opportunity to view the full size terra cotta replica of the Chinese horse and soldier from the Chinese archeological excavation. More than $6,000 was raised for the Children’s Services SPIN – Elm … Read More
Starpoint – Salida consumers and staff celebrate as they accept a check from the BV Color Run for $4,000 for their volunteering efforts in the 2015 Races.
The Starpoint Board of Directors recently approved Mary Chang as the newest member of the Starpoint Foundation. Chang was a key committee member of the annual Rim to Rim 10k/5k Race committee this year which produced a record number of runners, sponsors and revenue. In addition earlier in the summer she assisted the Foundation Board in the planning and execution of Starpoint’s annual picnic. Chang and her two siblings were … Read More
The McKinley Elementary School 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade Student Council held a sock drive and collected more than 160 pair of adult and children socks which they donated to Starpoint. Thanks kids and teachers, Ms. Limitone and Ms. Williamson!
An excellent video about our Rim to Rim 10k/5k race at the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park featuring Ainsley’s Angels…this annual event is always held on the first Saturday in October and all proceeds benefit Starpoint.
Adilynn Rodenbeck, 2, participates in an activity Thursday during the Starpoint Children’s Services Fall Festival. The festival was held for families to get together and for people to learn more about what Starpoint offers, Family Center Coordinator Kathy Kennedy said. Children received candy and had the opportunity to participate in games during the event. Sarah Rose/Daily Record Jacob Slattery, 7, takes off his maskThursday during the Starpoint Children’s Services Fall … Read More