NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS AGAINST THE ROCHESTER BETTER CHANCE FOUNDATION
Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 317A.727, notice is hereby given by The Rochester Better Chance Foundation that:
1. The corporation is in the process of voluntary dissolution pursuant to Section 317A.721, Minnesota Statutes.
2. The corporation has filed with the Minnesota Secretary of State an Intent to Dissolve.
3. Said notice was filed with the Minnesota Secretary of State on March 14, 2019.
4. All claims by creditors or claimants must be in writing and must be filed with Dunlap & Seeger, P.A., Attn: Hilary R. Stonelake-Curtis, P.O. Box 549, Rochester, MN 55903.
5. All claims by creditors or claimants must be received by July 22, 2019. Any creditor or claimant who fails to file a claim on or before July 22, 2019, and all those claiming through or under the creditor or claimant are forever barred from suing on that claim or otherwise realizing upon or enforcing it except as otherwise provided in Section 317A.781, Minnesota Statutes.
THE ROCHESTER BETTER CHANCE FOUNDATION
By: Hilary R. Stonelake-Curtis
Attorney for Corporation
PO Box 549
Rochester, MN 55903-0549
On January 23, 2019, the board of directors for the Rochester Better Chance Foundation met at John Marshall High School for the purpose of considering dissolution. By unanimous vote, the board approved a resolution to give notice of intent to dissolve to the Minnesota Attorney General and the Minnesota Secretary of State as soon as possible. It is expected that the Foundation will cease to exist by the end of the current fiscal year which ends on May 31, 2019.
Thank you for all your support of our program for the past 45+ years!
The Rochester Better Chance Foundation board of directors received notice on July 3, 2018, from Alan Heaps, National Director of College Preparatory Schools Program for A Better Chance, Inc., that the charter agreement for the local A Better Chance program in Rochester would be terminated effective August 8, 2018.
Since that time, the board of directors for The Rochester Better Chance Foundation has been evaluating options for continuing programming underneath the Foundation. At this time, there is currently no programming being offered to any students.