Message from theCEODear Girl Scouts of Central Illinois family and friends,October 1, 2009, marked the second anniversary of Girl Scouts of Central Illinois, and on thismomentous day we have much to celebrate! While this annual report is intended to focusliterally on the past twelve months, it is the last twenty-four months, the previous nine-plusdecades, and the legacy of those who came before us that we are actually celebrating.Today, two years into realignment, GSCI reaps the benefit of a strong Girl Scouting foundation that makes our successestoday achievable. As we prepare to launch our first ever Alumnae Association for Girl Scouts of Central Illinois, we arealready eager to experience the excitement of connecting old friends with new and expanding the endless possibilities thatour girl leaders of the last nine decades envisioned for the girls of today.In recent retrospect, GSCI can be proud of its 22,000-plus girl members and 5,000-plus adult volunteers. This year’smembers continued the tradition of celebrating our Gold, Silver, and Bronze recipients by awarding a total of 198awards. Our Girl Scouts, with the help of their leaders, see the importance of demonstrating a strong commitmentto their own leadership development thus helping make the world a better place. In addition to our award recipientswe can also celebrate the amazing impact made by more than 890 service project participants who took seriously thecall to give back to their communities. Along the way, girls still had and made time for a little fun because as we lookthrough the eyes of our girls, while their program participation, leadership development, and community service is takingplace, they’re here for the fun and friendship, perhaps not realizing at this point in their lives what a personal andprofound impact they are making on the world or how each and every one of our more than 200 program opportunitiesis fun, yes, but also objectives-driven – objectives that through their achievement allow our 5 -17 year-olds to becomethe leaders of their own entrepreneurial spirit.Financially, the council continues to invest with the help of many of you, our very generous donors, in buildingcapacity to support girls and volunteers across our thirty-eight counties through the development of a Long RangeProperty Plan and a Strategic Learning Plan. During this past year current board members, former legacy councilboard members, community members-at-large, and staff came together to create an innovative and bold strategydesigned to guide us through the next five to ten years. By addressing five key priorities – technology, pathwaysdevelopment, volunteer management, diversified funding, and contemporary image – we are prepared to perpetuateour Girl Scout legacy well beyond the Girl Scout 100th anniversary in 2012 and into the coming decades.Our final celebration comes in the form of understanding that it is with strength of purpose, commitment to themovement, faith and trust in the legacy left to us by the Girl Scouts who came before us, and dedication to preservingthe “green” that God gave us, that in combining the strength of our predecessors with continued leadership vision ofthe Girl Scouts of today, not only have we already made an impact but we are poised to continue, indeed, making theworld a better place.I would like to thank all of our volunteers for the countless hours of service they have given us over the past twelvemonths, our donors for their commitment to continuing our financial solidarity, and a terrific staff for working toinspire today’s girls to lead tomorrow!Sincerely,Pam Kovacevich
3 Promise & LawGirl Scout Promise & LawGirl Scout PromiseOn my honor, I will try:To serve God * and my country,To help people at all times,And to live by the Girl Scout Law.Girl Scout LawI will do my best to behonest and fair,friendly and helpful,considerate and caring,courageous and strong, andresponsible for what I say and do,and torespect myself and others,respect authority,use resources wisely,make the world a better place, andbe a sister to every Girl Scout.*The word “God” can be interpreted in a number of ways, depending on one’s spiritualbeliefs. When reciting the Girl Scout Promise, it is acceptable to replace the word “God”with whatever word your spiritual beliefs dictate.
Financial Statements 4Financial StatementsStatement of Financial PositionSeptember 30, 2009CURRENT ASSETSCash and cash equivalents $ 2,078,439Investments 2,725,562Accounts receivable 14,719Interest receivable 22,856Unconditional promises to give 29,249Bequest receivable 480,000Grants receivable 55,700Contributions receivable 5,450United Way receivable 267,859Inventory 125,793Prepaid expenses 92,586Total current assets $ 5,898,213CURRENT LIABILITIESAccounts payable $ 67,065Accrued expenses 10,699Accrued benefits 174,832Amounts held for others 46,178Deferred income 171,863Amounts due to GSUSA 50,260Bonds payable - current portion 27,132Total current liabilities $ 548,029LONG-TERM LIABILITIESBonds payable, less current portion above 258,416Total liabilities $ 806,445NONCURRENT ASSETSUnconditional promises to give 29,570Debt issuance cost (net) 8,200Property and equipment (net) 11,854,929Total noncurrent assets 11,892,699Total assets $ 17,790,912NET ASSETSUnrestrictedGeneral 14,483,019Board designated 797,680Temporarily restricted 1,122,922Permanently restricted 580,846Total net assets 16,984,467Total liabilities and net assets $ 17,790,912
5 Financial StatementsFinancial StatementsStatement of activitiesyear ended september 30, 2009Revenues and other supportProduct sales $ 7,255,706Cost of sales (2,911,916)Gross profit from product sales 4,343,790United Way 440,242Special events (net) 77,274Program service fees 520,860Investment income 117,761Net unrealized and realizedgain (loss) on investments (79,506)In-kind contributions 73,178Contributions 616,726Grants 103,995Other income 8,469Gain (loss) on disposal ofproperty and equipment (71,795)Total revenues and other support 6,150,994ExpensesProgram services 5,242,582Management and general 719,261Fundraising 393,668Total expenses 6,355,511CHANGE IN NET ASSETS (204,517)Net assets, beginning of year 17,188,984Net assets, end of year $ 16,984,467
Board & Officers 62008-2009Board of DirectorsOfficersSharon Riechers - Springfield, ILAudit Manager, Bunn-O-Matic CorporationChairNora Baldner - Quincy, ILBranch Director, West Central Illinois Branch ofthe Arthritis FoundationSecond Vice ChairElaine Young - Springfield, ILVice President Finance, Memorial HealthSystemFirst Vice ChairAnn Kenney Lynch - Peoria, ILRetired, Caterpillar, Inc.SecretaryRuby Brase - Moweaqua, ILDirector of Fiscal Operations, Millikin UniversityTreasurerDirectorsChris Funk - Decatur, ILVice President, Hickory Point Bank and Trust, FSBDiane Newell - Springfield, ILVice President Human Resources,Bunn-O-Matic CorporationAngela Roberson - Peoria, ILAssociate Provost for Enrollment Management,Bradley UniversityRebecca McNeil – Normal, ILMcLean County TreasurerVirginia Waddell - Macomb, ILPresident/CEO, Waddell Farms, Inc.Tom Berns - Urbana, ILPresident, Berns, Clancy & Associates, PCKathleen Pagel - Peoria, ILCommunity and Public Relations, AmerenDr. Lily Siu – Danville, ILDean, Richland Community CollegePatricia Webber – Bloomington, ILPharmacist, Ryan Pharmacy
7 Board & OfficersSlate of Officers and Board Nominees2009-2010OfficersElaine Young, Board Chair, Springfield, IL, 2 year termPatricia Webber, 1st Vice Chair, Bloomington, IL, 2 year termDirectors nominated for re-electionDiane Newell, Director, Springfield, IL, 2 year termVirginia Waddell, Director, Macomb, IL, 2 year termDirectors nominated for their first two-year termDebbie CimarossaDebbie lives in Springfield and is currently Assistant Vice President, HR Generalist and ComplianceOfficer for Horace Mann Insurance. In addition, she is serving her second year of a four-year term asAlderman for Ward 7 on the Springfield City Council. Debbie holds a B.A. degree in Management andan M.A. degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Illinois at Springfield, where shehas also served as an adjunct faculty member in the College of Business and Management since 1995.Her interest in Girl Scouting dates to her own involvement in the organization during her youth and she hasa particular interest in the professional development and mentoring of women. Debbie brings experience ineducation, governance, strategic planning, finance, policies/bylaws, technology, fundraising, and property.Melinda FiggeMelinda makes her home in Green Valley and is the Executive Director of the YWCA Pekin. She holdsa B.A. in Business Administration from Monmouth College and an M.B. A. from Bradley University, andprior to her directorship at the YWCA she served on its board for six years. Melinda has served as aGirl Scout co-leader since 2006 and also gives her time to many of her children’s other activities. Anavid reader, Melinda also enjoys playing piano and spending time with her family. In addition to priorboard experience she brings experience in human resources and fundraising.Emmie FisherEmmie resides in Champaign and is a self-employed entrepreneur and business consultant whose areas ofexpertise include non-profit board development, corporate and strategic planning, and volunteer recruitment,retention, and training. She holds a B.A. in Music with a teaching certificate from James Madison Universityand is a GSUSA Charter Lifetime Member. Emmie has contributed her vast array of skills to suchorganizations as GSUSA, United Way of Champaign County, Green Meadows Girl Scout Council, the SpurlockMuseum, and others. She brings experience in governance, marketing, human resources, policies/bylaws, andfundraising to the GSCI board.
Board & Officers 8Board Nominees ContinuedSuzanne GehrigSuzanne lives in Peoria and works as a Senior Financial Analyst for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. Sheholds a B.A. in Accounting and Business Administration from Illinois State University. Suzanne served as aGirl Scout leader for Kickapoo Council and since 2001 has served on the board of directors forHealthcare Financial Management Associates. In addition to her board experience, Suzanne bringsexperience in education, finance, and development of girls.Donna HaireDonna makes her home in Quincy and has a history of Girl Scout experience as both a former employee of TwoRivers Council and a long-time volunteer. Under her leadership, nine girls achieved the Girl Scout Gold Award.Donna has an A.A. degree in English from John Wood Community College and a B.S. in Business AdministrationManagement from Culver-Stockton College and has served on the board of several organizations, including theQuincy Community Theatre. In addition to an interest in media and theatre, Donna has experience in marketing,public relations, finance, technology, fundraising, and property.Jodi PospeschilJodi lives in Macomb and is an editor at the Macomb Journal-Gatehouse News. She holds a degree in MassCommunications from Central College and has held several writing and editing positions with central Illinoisnews agencies. Jodi is a former Girl Scout who enjoys photography, sewing, painting, and scrapbooking. Shebrings knowledge of marketing, public relations, and human resources to her position on the GSCI board.Marla RobinsonMarla lives in Decatur and is the Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education for Decatur Public SchoolDistrict #61. Marla holds numerous degrees in higher education and is currently completing an Ed.D. degreefrom Illinois State University. She has served on the board of directors for several organizations including BabyTalk, the YWCA, and the Millikin University Alumnae board. In addition to her board experience Marla bringsexperience in human resources, strategic planning, and policies/bylaws.Timothy RyonTimothy lives in Peoria and is a retired principal for Peoria Public Schools. He holds degrees in Foreign Languagesand Educational Administration from Western Illinois University and Illinois State University. Timothy is a formerboard member/board officer of Kickapoo Council whose daughters were involved in Girl Scouts during theirchildhood. In addition to his previous board experience and extensive experience in education, Timothy also hasknowledge of governance, human resources, policies/bylaws, and property.Non-voting girl members nominated for a one-year term:Katherine Dunn Springfield, ILHannah Huebner Peoria Heights, ILJacqueline Harris Chapin, ILBoard Development Committee members nominated for a two-year term:Melinda Figge Green Valley, ILDiane Newell Springfield, IL
9 AwardsVolunteer AwardsEvery year, over 5,000 adult volunteers assist us in carrying out our mission to inspirecourage, confidence, and character in the 20,000+ girls we serve. Through theirdedication, leadership, and example, volunteers facilitate girls’ healthy development,helping them to become empowered and to feel connected to one another and theircommunities. At this time we would like to recognize volunteers who earned theseawards during the 2008-2009 membership year.Outstanding Leader The Outstanding Leader award recognizes leaders who go aboveand beyond the role of leader to deliver the Girl Scout program to girls.Kim BakerLyn BrayEmmy CombsElaine GentryJan MasonKim KrukewittCathie MarxOutstanding Volunteer The Outstanding Volunteer award recognizes volunteers whodeliver outstanding service to a service area, beyond the expectations of the postition.Connie HoltkeAmy KinsingerJanet LymanTammy MatthewsHelen RobertsLiz YostAppreciation Pin The Appreciation Pin is a board-approved award for candidates who go aboveand beyond in at least one area of the council and contribute to the council’s goals and objectives.Kim BrittinKim DerbyKaren SlezakSarah KinselIndia AndersonBrenda StambaughRoseanne Wiatrolik
Awards 10Girl AwardsGirls who achieve the Girl Scout Silver Award and the Girl Scout Gold Award demonstrate a strong commitmentto their own leadership development and to making the world a better place. Achievement of these awardssignifies a girl’s efforts to make a lasting impact in her community through identifying a community need anddevising her own original project to help meet that need. The Girl Scout Silver Award is the second highestaward in Girl Scouting and the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette may earn. The Girl Scout Gold Award isthe highest award a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador may earn and is the highest award in Girl Scouting.Obtaining these awards is a leadership adventure of the highest order in which girls leave the world a betterplace than they found it and discover their own amazing potential along the way.Gold & Silver Award RecipientsGold AwardNicole AshenfelterStephanie AshtonCasey BrooksKatie CrullBrianne DalyKatherine DunnKatelyn EmersonKristina GreenRaymie HartKatie HindsMary LaneErika LannonCelsy MartindaleMary Frances MerdianGwen MerzHannah NeuendorfSamantha Perez-GillanHannah ReiserAshley RichardsonAmanda SeitzShelby StaberMariah TurleyKrista WalshLindsey WeisharRuthie WheelockStacie YoungSarah ZaliskoRachel BarterKatarina BowlesSamantha BrewerCassidy ChristyMorganne CriswellNicole DuesdiekerKadi FaubleJohannah FryerLauryl HassenAngela HeadleyCarly HodgesKelsie HughesStephanie JohnsonSamantha KraftKaitlyn LavenderJeanie MayChristina McDowellMia McNayMaggie MerdianGina MoroffAudrey O’DearSilver AwardMiranda PalmerRoza PanosValya PanosHarlee ReisingerHeather RuckleRebecca SaloKatie SaloggaVictoria SchneiderHolley SchumanJessica SeitzBryanna ShafferLogan StanzioneLindsay TipswordTia TreadwayCiera VecellioKim WheelerMarissa WheybrightHaley WhiteSierra WilsonKaytlyn Worner
11 Annual MeetingAnnual Meeting in ReviewGirl Scouts of Central IllinoisSecond Annual MeetingNovember 14, 2009Marriott Hotel and Conference CenterNormal, ILThe entire council came together in one location for a day of business, fun,and celebration at the second annual meeting of Girl Scouts of Central Illinois.The occasion was made even more momentous due to the fact that it includeda Girl Scout Extravaganza with over 500 girls, a leader appreciation luncheon thatserved over 100 key volunteers, and a very special keynote speaker, Connie L. Lindsey.The room was overflowing with staff, volunteers, and girls during this standing room only event as Girl Scouting’shighest ranking volunteer shared from her wealth of experiences. We would like to thank the following Girl Scoutsfor helping to make the day special by leading the day’s opening flag ceremony; leading us in the Pledgeof Allegiance, the Girl Scout Promise, and the Girl Scout Law; and retiring the colors: Brownie Troop 1126,Junior Troop 1392, Junior Troop 1577, Cadette Troop 1126, and Cadette Troop 1204. After the meeting,Ms. Lindsey met local Girl Scouts for photo opportunities and distributed President’s patches.A volunteer appreciation luncheon immediately following the annual meeting brought together in one roomover 100 leaders from across the council. This time of networking and fellowship gave the council theopportunity to thank leaders for all that they do for girls – delivering the Girl Scout program, serving as rolemodels, and so much more.Simultaneous with the annual meeting, a Girl Scout Extravaganza provided girls of all ages the opportunity toexperience a day of Girl Scout fun and education. Highlights of the extravaganza included an archery range, aclimbing wall, hands-on environmental displays, summer camp previews, and educational booths aboutGirl Scout Journeys, the new GSCI Alumnae Association, and the Family Partnership Campaign.
Our Mission 12Girl Scouting builds girls ofcourage, confidence, and characterwho make the world a better place.In Girl Scouts, girls discover their own potential, connect with others in meaningful ways, and take action bygiving back to their communities. We facilitate this process through programs which align with the Girl ScoutLeadership Experience. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience provides the opportunity for girls to• make new friends• try new things• take trips to exciting new places• develop leadership skills to last a lifetime• be the best they can be• change the world one community at a timeThe result is strong, courageous, confident girls and young women with the power to achieve their goals anddreams while making a difference in the lives of others. Whatever a girl dreams of doing, we can set her on apath to that achievement and light the way for all kinds of exciting discoveries on her journey.Accomplishing our mission requires a great deal of assistance beyond our own dedicated staff. GSCIcurrently boasts an adult membership of over 5,000 committed and caring volunteers who help us deliverthe Girl Scout program throughout central Illinois. By their leadership example and encouragement of teamwork,our volunteers show girls what is possible. We are also grateful to the individual and corporate donors whohelp us to grow our programs and make sure they are available to any girl who wishes to participate. Ourcommunity partners allow us to reach out to girls who do not have the means to reach out to us first. Inthese ways the mission of Girl Scouting extends beyond schools, family homes, and Girl Scout servicecenters to enrich and be enriched by all facets of our communities.
13 MembershipMembershipThe Girl Scout program is available to any girl age 5 – 17 through six pathwayswhich include camp, special events, themed activities in series, travel, and virtualparticipation, in addition to the traditional troop model.Membership Highlights:• GSCI’s membership was comprised of 22,276 girl members and 5,348 adultvolunteers, of which 674 are lifetime members• We hold a 15.4% market share, well above the 11% national average formarket share, and boast a 1:4.7 adult to girl ratio• Girl Scout Journeys provide members of all age levels the opportunity to gaina global and multicultural perspective, learn about the history of Girl Scoutingand its traditions, embrace the values expressed in the Girl Scout Promise andLaw, become environmentally aware, and develop attitudes of self-understandingthat promote healthy living for themselves and othersGrades K - 1 (Daisy) 3,604 members Grades 2 - 3 (Brownie) 9,617 membersGrades 4 - 5 (Junior) 6,087 members Grades 6 - 8 (Cadette) 2,286 membersGrades 9 - 10 (Senior) 432 members Grades 11 - 12 (Ambassador) 250 membersTotal22,276 members
Program 14ProgramThrough a wide range of program offerings girls have the opportunity to pursue their known passions aswell as expand their horizons by traversing outside their comfort zones, and we are thrilled to see so manyof our members taking advantage of these opportunities. Over 11,000 girls attended council-sponsoredactivities throughout the school year, an increase of 47% over the previous year. Our commitment to makethe Girl Scout program available to any girl who wishes to participate meant that we provided financialassistance to nearly one out of every two girls who participated in our program offerings. While programsare designed with fun, friendship, and adventure in mind, they are also designed to deliver the keys toleadership that allow each girl to grow to be all that she can be. As we watch girls achieve Bronze, Silver,and Gold Awards and participate in community service, we get to see that leadership developmenthappening right before our eyes.“After attending the S.T.E.M. class on welding, I want toresearch becoming an underwater welder.”-Ashley, S.T.E.M. Welding Career Exploration Class
15 Activities“I was not a big traveleruntil I got into Girl Scouts,and now I’ve taken allthese trips. I don’t knowif people realize that GirlScouts provides this hugespectrum of possibilities.”--Chelsa,Girl Scout AmbassadorCouncil-Sponsored Activities• GSCI offered more than 200 council-sponsored activities across six program areas of concentration:Healthy Living, Financial Literacy, S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Travel, theArts, and Outdoor Education• Thirteen Girl Scouts between the ages of 14 –18 and eight Girl Scout adults traveled to England, France,and Switzerland, staying at two of the four World Girl Scout Centers. Domestic road trips included bus tripsto Chicago museums, the St. Louis Science Center, and hiking at Mississippi Palisades State Park• A grant from GSUSA enables GSCI to offer the uniquely ME! Dove Self-Esteem program to 10,000 girlsin grades 4 –12 so that they can make healthy choices and live healthy lives• A grant from Lockheed Martin supported GSCI’s S.T.E.M. program, offering activities for girls in Science,Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics• Camp Exec, a professional development program, allowed fifty-two girls ages 11 – 17 to visit universities,explore college majors, and job shadow professional women across a broad spectrum of careers, including artmuseum director, basketball referee, horticulturist, life coach, and more. A grant from State Farm helpedus to continue and expand this leadership development program for girls• Over 2,500 GSCI Girl Scouts and their families enjoyed Girl Scout Day at the Capitol withactivities that included a parade, a Girl Scout rally, meeting policy makers, and touring the House ofRepresentatives• 890 Girl Scouts gave back to their communities through council-sponsored community service projects
Outdoor Education 16Outdoor EducationGSCI Outdoor Education provides unique opportunities for girls to develop strength and confidence throughtheir connection with the natural world. Through outdoor education girls experience activities ranging fromboating to horseback riding to spending the night in shelters they build themselves. They also develop arelationship with the natural world that fosters a sense of stewardship toward the environment.• 3,113 girls attended camp during the 2009 summer season, an increase of 5% over the previous year• 799 girls attended resident camp• 266 girls attended mini resident camp• 1,528 girls attended day camp• 520 girls attended core camp• In all, 14% of our girl membership took advantage of camp opportunities in 2009• Camp Peairs and Camp Possible both successfully completed the accreditation process tobecome American Camping Association accredited sites, making all GSCI camps ACA accredited• GSCI participated in the development of a Long Range Property Plan to determine the best use ofcouncil resources for properties
17 Product SalesProduct SalesThe Girl Scout Cookie Activity is the largest all-girl business and financial literacy program in the country.Girls who participate in council-sponsored product sale activities develop a wide range of skills, includingentrepreneurship, goal-setting, teamwork, and more, all while having fun. Girls earn personal and troopproceeds from participating in product sale activities to help them fund individual and troop activities andgoals. Proceeds from product sale activities remain in our communities to support the Girl Scout programlocally.• In all, 5,793 girls in 744 troops participated in the Fall Product Activity – 74% of our registered girlmembership at the time of the sale• A few months later, 14,611 girls in 1,423 troops participated in the Girl Scout Cookie Activity –92% of our registered girl membership at the time of the sale• Individual girls and troops used the proceeds from these product sale activities to participate incouncil-sponsored activities, attend camp, go on excursions with their troops, and give back to theircommunities through community service projects• GSCI held six cookie rallies throughout central Illinois where 2,299 girls participated in activities thatfostered marketing and communication skills and promoted safe selling guidelines
Fund DevelopmentFund Development 18GrantsGSCI is fortunate to have the support of numerous corporations and foundations in fulfilling our mission todevelop the leadership potential in all girls. In partnership with our corporate and foundation supporters, weare able to provide the kinds of relevant programs that today’s girls want and need. Girl Scouts of CentralIllinois received two major grants from Girl Scouts of the USA to support girl programs in central Illinois. A$50,000 uniquely ME! Dove self-esteem grant allows us to provide self-esteem activities to 10,000 girls ingrades 4-12. A $10,000 Lockheed Martin grant in support of the GSCI S.T.E.M. program assists us in offeringactivities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.Special EventsSuccessful fundraising events provide Girl Scouts of Central Illinois a terrific opportunity to help raiseawareness of our mission while raising funds. Fund Development Professionals planned and implementedthirteen successful fundraising events, including a golf outing, a Girl Scout fashion show, two phone-a-thons,and three Friendship Circle luncheons. Community events such as Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best FriendCelebrations and Women of Distinction Awards honor friends of Girl Scouting in our communities.Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend HonoreesBrian Byers, DecaturBecky Hofmann, PeoriaAndy Nickelson, QuincySharon Riechers, SpringfieldPatricia Webber, BloomingtonWomen of Distinction Award RecipientsAya Fubara-Enelia, DanvilleJudith Jespsen-Popel, PaxtonLyn Jones, ChampaignKay Smoot, FairmountLela Wilson, UrbanaAnnual CampaignsGifts to our annual campaigns recognize the importance of supporting the Girl Scout program in centralIllinois. The following campaigns help support our efforts to build girls of courage, confidence, and character.• Gifts for Girls helps to raise operating revenue for Girl Scouts of Central Illinois• Campership Appeal provides girls with an economic need the opportunity to attend camp• Membership Assistance Appeal funds membership registration for girls in need• Family Partnership Campaign gives Girl Scout families the opportunity to support Girl Scouts ofCentral Illinois with a financial contribution
Girl Scout Troop 1418Girl Scout Troop 1464Clarence GlennBrad GlennJoy GoatzEllie GoodmanGoodman Agency, Inc.Kelly and Karen GrantBarbara GreeningDr. and Mrs. William GroeschAmy HagenJeff and Kathleen HainlineVern and Mary HalversonVictor and Thelma HarberJim and Susan HelmNatalie HemmerDeloris HenryBeverly HerzogHickory Point Bank - ChampaignGordan and Susan HoffMs. Barbara HoffmanBeverly HolmesMr. and Mrs. Alfred HooksBill HopperAnne HostetlerTom HostetlerCraig HullingerVictoria HuntleyMs. Luanne HurstHurst-Rosche Engineers, Inc.Amy HutchersonIroquois FederalAdrienne IvesCoretta JacksonJim Herron, LtdDiane JonesMrs. Doris KaigerWalter and Annalee KarloskiMr. Homer KellerKristi KenneyFrank KesslerDebbie KiblerWanda KirbyKirkenmeier McDonald’s RestaurantsGary and Jo KirlinMr. and Mrs. Ronald KleinJanet KnesekDale and Donna KoontzMalissa KraftMr. and Mrs. Len KuchanMs. Carol LadwigLambert LodgeMandy LaneJoann LansbarkisNeale and Anne LehmkuhlKurt and Janice LeimbachRichard and Peggy LiebigMary LindigLela LindseyErin LinscottMary LipaErin LockwoodDr. Mary LokenSheila LongPhillip and Sandy LongenJennifer LowranceMariam LowryLucie and Scalf, Attorneys at LawJanet LymanMacomb Travel CenterPeggy MaddenMs. Harriet MaddockJames and Elaine MalayMatthew McClure, DDSGeorge and Nancy MazeMichael and Diana McConnellMr. and Mrs. Michel McCordDenise McCormackKaren McCoyKaren Jones McKissackAmanda McLaughlinRichard and Patty McNayBarbara McNeilGladys MercierMary MerrillBette MerrillAnna MerrittMervis Family FoundationLinda MeyerMidAmerica National BankJean MikusGary and Pam MillerVicki MillerAlicia MillerCynthia MinickMr. and Mrs. Robert MorganMt. Sterling ImplementMt. Sterling Vet ClinicMary MuehlenfeldCharles and Jean MuellerTraci NallyMs. Cindy NealMs. Marjorie NeffTom and Sue NelsonRyan and Lynette NelsonRoss NettleRich and Connie NiemannTony and Signe OakleyMary OakleyMartin and Sondra O’ConnorChris and Debbie OlsenPete and Kit PaulinKathryn PavelkoMarty PayneDonors 22Rhonda PenceMr. and Mrs. Gordon PetersLisa PetrosHiram and Gaile PhillipsAaron and Christine PoageGretchen PotterStephen PovseLinda QuigleyDouglas and Lara QuiveyRon RainsonRamshow Real EstateMargaret RandolphCheryl ReifsteckBill ReimersJudy RennerDonna RentonRHL SubwayEarl and Ruth Robert RolandMr. and Mrs. Tom RomanowskiMary Vita RosmarinoStephen RoyerRSM McGladrey- staffPatricia RudolphDeb RuggMuriel RunyenMr. and Mrs. Dale RyanS.G. and B. Land TrustMichael and Barb SalleeGayle Saunders and Rich CervantesMr. and Mrs. George SchaeferSchaffnit and Associates, Inc.Ed and Carol ScharlauFredrick ScheelTracy SchlepphorstSarah SchottMs. Arlene SchroederSchuyler Women’s ClubJulie and Brian SchwalbePeg SheaShelby County State BankSheridan Community ChestSimmetryDavid and Mary Pat SmithDonald and Dona SniderSnyder Family FoundationSociety of Women EngineersLisa SonsSouthside MissionSpecs Around TownSpring Valley City BankSt. Joseph Masonic Lodge 970Sue StewartMarge StillwellDr. and Mrs. Robert StineRandy and Char StockerBrooke StokesKimberly Streib
23 DonorsHarvey and Brooksie StyronHoward and Linda SumblerCynthia SwansonMr. Eric SwartzTarter Construction, LLCTate and LyleTGI FridaysIrving TickTimewell Lions ClubMs. Joyce TragerMs. Joyce TrompeterGeorge and JoAnn TuttleUrbana FOPLaura VavrinRon VecchieMr. and Mrs. Charles VerbekeKen and Dianne VerklerAlice VernonLarry VonNordheimMary Elizabeth VossW. M. Putnam CompanyMr. and Mrs. Harry WaddellTracy WahlfeldtWalnut Township CommunityLynn WarrenP.S. and Patricia WeberDick and Pat WenturaDr. John Wright & Ms. Vivian KraftTerry WhiteNancy WienandsLela WilsonMrs. Alice WingetWIU Athletic DepartmentJeff WooSue WoodardLinda WoodsCarl WoodwardPaul WoolardWorden-Martin staffJennifer YorkRonald Zimmer$74 -$50Barbara AbbottStacy AlexanderGary AlexanderDr. Nancy AlexanderAlto VineyardsJim and Mary AndersonNick and Karen AppelbaumArcana Chapter 498 O.E.S.Erwin ArendsAlan and Lois AveryMary Ann Awerkamp DixsonPaul and Sharon BakerMr. and Mrs. Richard BallorBank and Trust CompanyLiz BarrowsGerard BauerAlan and Debi BaumPhillip and Nancy BaumgartJoseph BealMatthew and Natalie BeckLoren and Joy French BeckerJanis BehrendsEugene BellmBest BuyRobert and Nancy BicketMichael BileyMarion BlackintonMr. Erik BlancBloomington Family DentalLeroy and Jayne BoecklemanNancy BoesdorferJacquelyn BohnCathy BottMolly BowmanCarla BoydJulie BradyHeather BratbergRepresentative Richard BrauerLynn BrayKim BrittinMrs. LaReta BrooksRon BrownBeth BrushMichael BurkeVivian BurressMr. and Mrs. Charles BushRichard ByrdMartha and Bill CampThelma CampbellF. Richard and Virginia Lea CarlsonTess CarriganBob CasburnCasey’s General StoresSteve and Mindy ChadwickDelinda ChapmanLynn ChildsChuck’s Harley-Davidson, Inc.Greg and Karol ClapperCold Stone CreameryMax and Linda ComstockConsociate DansigTom and Carol CooleyMrs. Jackie CooleyIngrid CoxJ. Henry CoxHeather CreeDairy QueenDavid DavenportJulie DavisCindy DayCindy DeadrickBarry and Kaye DevlinMax and Debbie DillahuntyDeborah DirksMr. and Mrs. David DonahueChad DouglasGary DouglasAshley DoyleJohn DrakeLisa DucajiLinda DufourRich and Patty DumlerSonya DurandGayle DustmanTom EdwardsMelissa EdwardsMrs. Norma EldridgeElliot Capital Management, Inc.Linda ElseaEureka Savings BankF.O.E. City of RosesJeremy FarlowNancy FatlandMr. and Mrs. Paul FeltensteinMelinda FiggeFirst Christian Church ClintonFirst National Bank of South JacksonvilleFirst Presbyterian of RossvilleRuth FisherMr. and Mrs. Ralph FishmanJulie FlugaMaya FombelleBarb FreeseMrs. Joan FrenchAmy FunkLibby GaigeNicole Nash GalesMr. Ramon GarciaSuzanne GehrigDr. Dale GeissKaren and Joe GiblinValerie GilbertMaureen GilchrestJoy GoatzDonna GoehlPerry GoodrichCarin GradyVicki GreenMatt and Dacia GrimmGunn ConstructionDiane HahnJoseph and Takako HaltemanHardy’s Reindeer RanchWilliam and Jean HarnerJoan HartmanMatt HavensGerald and Judith HayesHen HouseJay Henry
Craig and Kimberly HewerdineRebecca HinesMichael and Deborah HinrichsenMichele HobackDick HobbsJack HoggeMr. and Mrs. Fred HowardLaTrice HudsonYolanda HughesMs. Melinda HuisengaRoger and Mary HuntPeggy HuntDr. and Mrs. James HuntMaurice IrwinTammy IsringhausenJennings BrothersSusan JessCharles JohnsonKathleen JonesKasparKate Lesley HomesJ.K. and J.L. KearnsEmber KeithleyBob KelleyMr. and Mrs. Charles KelloggTamara KennettJennifer KernanDavid and Carol Ann KesslerJim and Beth KieferDon KinardHuman KineticsKirby DornerTim KlobeDiana KnaebeMr. and Mrs. Gary KnappMs. Marian KneerAnne KoehlerDr. and Mrs. George KottemanSteve and Julie KubschThomas LarkeTracy LawrenceMike LawrenceSteve and Ann LawyerJo Anne LegettMr. and Mrs. Robert LehnhausenDanelle LengellierByron LewisCindy LewisAnn LippincottPhilip and Jane LocascioFannie LovelandLucile Smith Letter Carrriers Auxillary 153Greg and Kari LutckaPeter and Kristine LykkebakStuart MamerTom ManeshekJohn MaquireDawn MarickLisa MartinRobert and Ann MaysErin McArdleBecky McCarthyJack McCoyMrs. Doris McCutchenDonald and Betty McGillivrayD. McHattonJim McMakinClinton and Sharon MegginsonBernie MennemeyerMetzger Drug Store, Inc.Barbara MeurlotPatty MichelsKarla MillerSallie H. MillerBetsy MitchellAudrey MockEmmy MooreRobin and Kevin MooreMoreland and Devit, Inc.Dorothy MoreyRobert and Carolyn MottarDr. Caryl MoyThomas and Alice MulliganJames and Leslie MullinsMalissa MunstermanJohn MurphyMuseum of Science and IndustryBrenda NelsonDr. and Mrs. Michael NenaberDorothy NeumannCindy NicholsDennis and Gail NolanNorthenderDonna Oakes-NovakTeena ObertChuck ObertSharon O’BrienDean OrtinauDale and Linda OstranderJohn OwensSue OwensDennis PalmerBetty PattersonGary PetersDaniel and Sally PetroneJerry and Sharon PfisterPat and Sarah PhalenSteve PhillipsDonna PhillipsSherry PlainCynthia PowellPrairieland Federal Credit UnionSarah PriceMiriam PrideDonors 24Quincy Senior and Family CenterMr. and Mrs. Lee RansonDavid and Tina RappuhnChris RatajskiNannette ReepMimi ReitemeierDelbert RicePat RiceMrs. JoAnne RichardsonAndrew and Lisa RicharsNancy RichterGerald and Tessa RiebeKevin and Sharon RiechersJeffry and Cynthia RolfsMr. Michael RolingTony and Tami RomanoPaul and Verlyn RosenbergerMatt and Bonnie RueffBill RueterSkip RueterBarb RueterKim SandersDoug and Gayle SauerTom and Ellen Schanzle-HaskinsCheryl SchroederEric SchultzMrs. Claire ShanksCari SheetsMr. and Mrs. Melvin ShoupDebbie SippelBryan and Dianne SiverlyWayne and Deborah SlyPenny SmallRozann SmithShirley Janet SmithSonie SmithJamie SmitleyJohn and Debra SmythCharla SnowdenMelva SolonAlisha SorensenRoy and Ronda SpencerShirley SplitsoesserMr. and Mrs. Ted TaberBrian TatroMargaret TaylorTracy TaylorTown and Country Bank Of SpringfieldU.A.W. Local 2096Jamie UlmerUnited Way of Central IndianaHolly UptonMr. and Mrs. Robert UtegKathy VeroniVFW 6750Becky VogelCharlie Vogel
25 DonorsAmy VoigtMrs. Margery WagnerPauline WaldenWilliam and Paula WalshLynda WardlowKristy WarnerJohn WaughDavid WayneCurt WayneJerry WayneRhea Ann WeathorfordRichard WeinzierlDoug WenturaDean WestermanPatti WestermanMike and Val Teague WesternWestville Church of ChristWilliam and Florence WetzelRick WhiteDaniel and Lucille WhitingDr. Diana Widicus-DavisHelen WikoffEugene and Patricia WilkenBob and Diane WingertJackie WoileLynn WolgamotNancy WrightDonna WyantBetsy YarchoJennifer ZimmermanRon and Denise ZookMilton and Beverly Zoschke$49 -$25Mike and Valerie AdamsEmma AdrianMichelle AdubatoBonny AndrewsonAndy’s EnterpriseRandy and Stacy AshJean AshworthJoyce AskermanSheryle and Dale AtkinsDarlene AtterberryHenrietta AwobodeJane AxtellRonald and Laura BandlerRodger and Jean BaraJay and Susan BarthMr. and Mrs. Elwin BasquinKatherine BeatyJack Kohl and Suzanne Bender-KohlAnn Marie BerkBeta Sigma Phi-PaxtonJune BettsLaveine BirdittCindy and Jeff BlackMr. and Mrs. Lawrence BlattnerMary BlessentMrs. Dean BlomeyerCurt BondsJames BondurantAngela BorkDr. and Mrs. Michael BorzelloLarry BostickEmile BouvetMichelle BowmanPatricia and Larry BozeAnita BroerenJennifer BrownGary and Ina BrownLinda BrownMary Brown-CoxBeverly BrowneBuffalo Wild WingsShelly BunchDiana Lyn BussoneCarolyn CampbellMr. and Mrs. John CanhamCapitol Radio GroupCharles and G.E. Juan CardwellDeborah Cavanaugh-GrantCedar Crest Golf ClubAlice and E.M. ChastainMr. and Mrs. Richard CloydLaura CoffeyEdyth ColeDorothy CordesMichael CouchNorma CoulterCountry Arbors NurseryCounty MarketShelley CoxEric and Vicky CoxCraig-Reed Auxillary 1181Cynthia CrainMr. and Mrs. James CrookHeather CunninghamDAR Chapter 5-052-ILMs. Cathy DareMarilyn DavisJill DavisMr. Joseph DeBruynDarlene DeMattiaDental Group of SpringfieldMrs. Rosemary DeplerSara DevlinRobert DewDiana DeWeeseBarbara DickermanEileen and Don DickersonJulia DickmanCarol DiehlJuliette DowningMrs. Norma DrummondP.J. DuhaimeBeth DuleeAnn DurandAngie EellsVi EggersMichelle EngstJerry and Francesca ErbBonnie EttingerHelen EvensonMs. Kathleen FahnestockBette and Thomas FankhauserGregg FegettHong FeiSheila FeipelClaudia FerrellJulie FinnellFirst National Bank of LaconDick FisherMary and Brian FisherMr. and Mrs. William ForsythLouise FreeNancy FritzBernadine FugateAimee and Tim FykeEd and Mary Ellen GaffneyMrs. Barbara GarberSue GarrisonCarol GenungAllen and Ann GerholdMargareth GibbsJeffrey and Danielle GilmoreCheryl GnepperBecky GoddardCarol GoffMr. Jack GoveHelen GrandoneRobert and Joan GraueMerrily GriffinBruce and Valerie GrohneLois and Ernie GullerudMs. Marilyn HaefelinPhyllis HandSusan HanflandJeanne Marie HarrisGale HartJohn HastingsHardin and Marilyn HawesWanda Haxel KirbyDennis and Linda HayesJesse and Brandy HayesJames Hayes, Jr.Health Markets Compliance TeamMs. Gerri Hellhake-HallMary Pat HellnerMr. and Mrs. John HendersonSusan HenselerLaura Hensgen
Hermes Service and SalesMoreland and Nancy HerrinJan and Richard HinelyLaurie HockingsMr. and Mrs. James HoerrMaggie HooverCarrol HooverJudy HorcharikTerry and Phyllis HowleyWilliam and Jody HuntJoann ImslandJudy IngramThomas and Sally JacobLori JohansonPat JolliffAnnette JonesKassing LumberRobert and Buffi KaufmanMarilyn KayAmy Lynn KayKerasotes TheatresDanny and Nancy KiedaischMs. Emma KinaClint and Doris KingAmanda LampertKaren LarsonLen and Gail LiebermanRick LippertLitchfield National BankChristina LopezSarah LormisAnita LovellJames LuckenbillAllyson MackBrad MansfieldRabbi Barry MarksBarbara MaupinEllen McDowellAmanda McCarthyPenny McConnellMr. and Mrs. Don McCormackJean McCormickBrooks and Linda McDanielTim McFaddenPatti McIntyreThomas and Sharon McSwigginRobin and Linda MeadeMud and Susan MeisterRuth MeyersTom MillerMs. Carolyn MillerColetta MillerKaryn MillerCarol MillsJoe MinkStella and Bob MinnisDavid and Mary Caroline MitchellJames and Dorothy MoffittPhyllis MorrisMoughan BuildersPamela MuellerMichael and Linda MuellerJennifer MuhlbauerDonna MunsonJean MurrayMazen and Hiba NaffakhIsabelle NallyPamela NationRussell and Wendy NationDebra NaugleMrs. Don NeillWalter and Jerry NelsonDr. and Mrs. Ralph NelsonNelson’s Golf OutletMrs. Lisa NetheryPauline NewportNickson TireBarb NolanMary NorianDave and Mary OakleyHarold and Kathryn OakleyRobert and Constance OaksAmy OberSusan O’ConnorMarilyn OftedalJenny OgleJennifer OlesenLarry and Nancy OsborneMrs. Dorothy Anne PaesaniJanice ParkerPatricia ParnellSherry ParriottCarol PearceDr. Jim Davis and Jo Ann PellegrinoKarla PenryPamela PerrillerVerlin and Eunetta PerryDavid and Barbara PetersonPhillips AppraisalChristine PierceDebra PlattRoberta PoolJason and Gerri PoorJune QuintSusan RandleDavid and Terri RathjeJohn and Donna RebertLiz ReedJ.B. ReinboltDebbie ReisingMarci W. RentzMr. and Mrs. Roberto RestrepoClyde and Vicki Sue RichardsonSusan RiggansRobert and Melva RileyBarbara RinggerDonors 26Mrs. Norma RockowSusan RoperJudith RothermalDelores RoundtreeThomas RuhlandDee Ann RyanJulie SampsonDebra SantacroseMs. Barbara SchefelbeinRebecca SchlechtKimberly SchmalshofKirk and Cheryl SchmidtSchnucksMary SelkTricia SennettService Area 4Amy SherwoodShawn ShuresMr. and Mrs. John SleevarPauline SmithTherese SmithSteven SonRenming SongShane and Corrine SonnebornElaine SorrillBonnie SpecchioPaul and Jamie StanzioneStarbucks Coffee CompanyAlice StarkCindy StaudenmaierSharon StevensWegi and Dave StewartJ.D. and Mary StewartLeonard and Charlene StrozewskiSullivan Taylor CoffeeJackie SummersMary Lou TallmanThermal Services, Inc.Dean and Patricia ThomE.D. TietzTeresa TowBetty TrebaczJohn TribbeyMichelle TrowbridgeDennis and Christa TrumpDr. Evelyn UnderwoodMr. and Mrs. Jack VilbergCarol WadeEddie and Ella WarrenMrs. Sandra WeinsteinDale and Kim WeitekampMrs. James WelchJohn and Diane WellsSusan WenturaWestview Golf CourseBarbara WilcoxBetty Jean WilliamsJanice Woods
27 DonorsBarry and Joanne WoodworthSusan YoderJilla Young$24 and underAngie AckersonJim and Shirley AgnerKathleen FisherAlpha Chapter #109 OESAmerican Legion AuxiliaryMary AndersonChristopher and Jami AndreRalph AppelApplebee’sArrowhead Heights Golf CourseDiane ArthurJason AsaadAmanda AtchleyDanielle AustinTrina BaileyMargaret BakerDr. Robert BalenLinda BarrickAmy Kay BartleyMelissa BauersLaura BaumgardnerMarjorie and Phillip BeachNicole BeardClayton and Audrey BellotTricia BensonWendy BerningerSchryll BernsonDiana BioonaJenny BjorlingTheresa BlackSharon BlackLydia BlankstonKenny BlumLiaundra BoatmanMrs. Marion BohnerKaye BonnSusan BraaschBrenda BradyLynn Marie BrandDiana BrennanDawn BrockLatinya BrownShonda BrownKatie BrownRonda Kay BrownVictoria BuschKain and Nichole ByersJo CaldwellBrandie CamachoJames CardPauline CarterAnn ChamblissLarry and Betty ChapmanEmma ChastenMr. and Mrs. Rodger ClemmerDeAnna ClinardFred and Carol CodyEmmy CombsGladys ConoverBill and Jo CornmanJennifer CouchAlice CowanStephanie CrabtreeCynthia CummingsPatricia CurryCarri DahlkampDoris DaltonAlita DaltonPhillip DaltonDave and Jill DavisCurt and Debbie DeedrichLaura and Kevin DefrainHeather DelioTiffany DoddLatetia DoeringJenny DoerrRosemary DonahueJanelle DowdMelinda DownsJames and Dienna DrewMike and Kris DrewJulie DrewMaxine DrexlerBrenda and John DuncanJeanne DunnDavid EatockMichelle and David EconieRod and Kim EgiziiRoger EickmeierJoyce EppsLynn EvansJames and Kristyn FairfieldsMarcic FamilyPatricia FaustJudy FippengerRebecca FischerHirut FissheaLee Ann FlanaganDavid and Carol FoltzFood MartDebbie FordDiana FortneyCindy and Dan FuentesMr. and Mrs. Ralph GallagherAbby GallagherCarole GarbettStephanie GarrettTracy Lynn GawedzinskiKate GeislerSusan GentryJennifer GhaboussiDavid and Amy GibsonLinda GiesekePhyllis GingoldGirl Scout Troop 1029Girl Scout Troop 4010Girl Scout Troop 4322Gold Hills GolfKari GoodmanLinda GreenDermot and Deanna GrehanJudith GrieveRebecca GriffithMartha GrohneDiane and Jon GrubJill and Donald GurkeRebecca HaleSuzie HalftownLori HansonMr. Cliff HasselbacherGaladriel HastingsStacy HeatonShawn HendershotAmanda HendersonTiffany HendricksRoberta HenningPaula HermesKelly HillTonya HillShelby HodelKristin HogansonCarolyn HoseyMelinda HoukMary HoustonNancy HowehneKurt and Raschell HubnerJanet HudsonDoris HudsonAlice and E.M. HuebnerAnn HurstJerry and Carla HutmacherEugene and Wanda HutterMrs. Jean IhnowKristi IrvingMarlene IsenhartJill IsringhausenKaryn JaluchThomas JamesArlene JaskolskiLori JohnsonRoxanne JohnstonAmanda JohnstonMr. and Mrs. William JonesBernice JordingKaren KaiserMichelle KalmerTricia KassemLaura KeeferWalt and Linda KellerDavid and Kathleen Klein
Lindsey KlobeKathy LacameraMichelle LambTonya LancasterCherrie LandSusan LandersJoseph and Gale LangfelderRita LeeRhonda LewisEmma LieserDenise LiglerDoris LigonJames LigonJill LipeLips and LibationsMichael and Marissa LongJames and Jean LynnDani MabieBarbara MaddinLinda MalachowskiDana MancusoJessica and Steve ManghamAdeline MargisSophie MarickBrian MarickIrmagard MarickSherry Lynn MarquardAnita MarsagliaDeAnn MartinTricia Mason-ByrdMaya Authentic MexicanJudith McCleeryMark and Allison McCueMs. Dorothy McMullenDiane MichaelsMr. and Mrs. Lyle MillerTom and Nancy MillsAbby MinickJody MinkLisa MoherStephanie MookMichele MorrellRobert and Melissa MorrisKatherine Ann MosleyMr. and Mrs. Loren MunroNicole MurphyChristopher and Heather MurphyAna NassarRay and Barb NelsonLeona NicholsJan NicholsonShelly NicholsonMrs. Barbara Oldham, Jr.Pam OlsonJohn and Joanne OrtwerthMr. and Mrs. Maurice OttenwellerDeborah OwenDouglas PalmeJesse and Louise ParsonsElizabeth PatonJohn and Shawnda PhillipsKelli PinneyTraci PitchfordChris and Ken PopeRebecca PrehodaJeff PrimmerMs. Carolann PurcellCarol Susan and James QuallsRealty Group AssociatesKevin RichardsReid RichardsJeanette RidgewayDolores RobertsonEllen RobinsonJune RobyJo Deen RoleyAmy RosensteinWanda RubinRuby TuesdayDonna RussellCarol SaltsgaverBernadette SawyerMr. and Mrs. Ed SchlafferHarvey and Nancy SchrenkKathleen SchwitznerMyra SecoyService Area 8Ayanna SextonDr. and Mrs. K.G. ShahGabrielle SheltonPatsy SherrardLinda and Taneka ShippCarrie ShortCara ShoupLinda ShreevesDan and Jan SielaffStephanie SitesEdwina SlaterJulie SmithDaniel and Lisa SolidayKahsai SolomonDee SpannagelJill SpeicherRenee StanleyJayci StewartVince StewartChristine StiricklerLisa StockerLucinda Jean StrehlowColleen StuartKelly StuffingsStephenie SummerJeanette SwartzRhonda SykesAmanda TapscottJon ThomasBernica ThompsonKerri ThurmanWibby TicknologisBrian TippettMary TipswordTom and Barbara ToneyRuth TowneRebecca TravisLisa TrimbleLee and Judith Turnbow, Jr.Allen VaughnMonica VelasquezMichael and Suzanne VerticchioVitale’s Italian RestaurantDonna WagnerAndrea WalterMike and Mary WaltherLiz WaltherDeborah WareCharlotte WaymanEmily WeberDarrick and Christine WellsKim WestJanet WestbergRobert WhalenHolly WhitePaula WhiteRobert WhiteRobert White, Jr.Anna Lou WigginsJodi WilkersonMonica WilliamsBrian WillsPatricia WilsonDaniel and Michele WilsonMargaret WilsonLinda WinterbottomKathy WiseAngela WiserJennifer and Bradley WixomKristen WolfSarah WoodwardDoreen WoodworthLatoya YoungTong ZhangDaniel ZiebartDonors 28Please note: Great care has been taken to ensure the proper recognition of our donors. If an error or omission does occur, weapologize and hope you will bring it to our attention. Please address all corrections to email@example.com.
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