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JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HARTFORD CONCLUDES SHOW HOUSE 2018

BY MEG GUERRA AND LISSA JOHNSON

As we continue finalizing the financial results of Show House 2018, it is important to reflect on everything there is to learn about the

Junior League of Hartford’s (JLH) largest event-based fundraiser. This was the JLH’s 14th Show House and it was everything that

Show House has come to represent since its introduction to the JLH in 1979: community, partnership, membership and empowerment.

Show House is an opportunity for the Greater Hartford community to learn about the JLH and interact with our members. It is a chance

for JLH members to make new friends and connections in the League. It highlights the mission, vision and focus area of the JLH and

allows us to share the great work we do, with all in attendance. Show House allows us to make the money we need to continue to support

our community based projects and programs that help so many.

The money we raise through Show House is critical to the success of the League. A detailed earnings report will be released at a later

date, but for now here is a look at some numbers that help us analyze Show House and its success:

2,900 Estimated total visitors 11,264 Ticket page views

265 Opening Night event attendees 45% Increase in Instagram followers

82 Derby Party attendees 75% Increase in Facebook engagement

1,120 Show House volunteer shift hours 6 Offers on the property within a week of Show House opening*

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THE REMARKABLE 126 WATERSIDE LANE PROPERTY SERVED AS THE 2018 JLH SHOW HOUSE PROPERTY AND SOLD ABOVE ITS ASKING

PRICE AFTER BEING ON THE MARKET FOR OVER A YEAR AND A HALF.

Spring/Summer 2018

SHOW HOUSE PHOTO GALLERY 2-3

VOLUNTEERATHON PREVIEW 4

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE 5

MENTOR PROGRAM / LEADERSHIP GREATER HARTFORD 6

PROVISIONAL CLASS / CCYW / BENEFIT CONCERT 7

PHOTO GALLERY 8-9

ANNUAL REPORT: DONOR LIST 10

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SHOW HOUSE CONTINUED

The Junior League of Hartford, Inc.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2017-18

These numbers tell a great story. It is a story of steady tour attendance, excellent special

event attendance, effective volunteer management, increased community engagement

and a significant benefit for the home owner.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT ELECT

SECRETARY

TREASURER

ASST. TREASURER

Molly Towne

Whitney Sweeney

Stacey Clark

Anissa Berasi

Jessica Pieri

The Show House Council thanks the dedicated league members, designers, contractors,

vendors, patrons and community partners that made Show House 2018 possible.

We were lucky to have many shining stars during Show House that exemplified the

Junior League of Hartford’s commitment to excellence. We are grateful for your partnership

and dedication.

COUNCIL DIRECTORS

COMMUNICATIONS Elizabeth Paige

Fierman

COMMUNITY SERVICE Jocelyn O’Brien

FUND DEVELOPMENT Demetria Wright

MEMBERSHIP Sarah Needham

SUSTAINERS Roza Kogan

Julie Krug

NOMINATING/

PLACEMENT

SHOW HOUSE

Taylor Shea

Meghan Guerrera

Lissa Johnson

MISSION

The Junior League of Hartford is an organization

of women committed to promoting voluntarism,

developing the potential of women and

improving communities through the effective

action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its

purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The Junior League of Hartford, Inc.

is located at:

998 Farmington Avenue, Suite 203

West Hartford, CT 06107

TELEPHONE: 860.233.4300

TELEFAX: 860.570.0823

WEB: www.JLHartford.org

EMAIL: info@jlhartford.org

League Lines Committee

CO-CHAIRS

Emily Deans

Kathryn Joerg

COMMITTEE Tina Macca

Julie Paquette

MEMBERS OF JUNIOR LEAGUE AND THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DRESSED UP IN THEIR

BEST KENTUCKY DERBY HATS TO CELEBRATE SHOW HOUSE 2018 WHILE CHEERING ON

KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER JUSTIFY ON MAY 5.

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SHOW HOUSE PHOTO GALLERY

L TO R: MCCORY INTERIORS’ DINING ROOM AT THE SHOW HOUSE, SHOW HOUSE 2018 CO-CHAIRS LISSA JOHNSON AND MEGHAN GUERRERA AND SERVERS

FROM THE LIQUORIST, A NEW MOBILE BAR BASED IN CONNECTICUT AND SPONSOR OF BOTH THE OPENING NIGHT AND KENTUCKY DERBY PARTIES.

L TO R: JLH MEMBERS AT THE OPENING NIGHT PARTY ON APRIL 27, KELLIE BURKE INTERIORS’ SHOW HOUSE FOYER AND THE CEDAR CLOSET REIMAGINED

INTO A ZEN DEN, DESIGNED BY BEEHIVE HOME.

L TO R: JLH SUSTAINERS MANNING THE SHOW HOUSE DURING VOLUNTEER SHIFTS, THE GORGEOUS MOREAU DESIGNS SUN ROOM AND A FUNKY, RETRO BED-

ROOM DESIGNED BY THE TALENTED TEAM AT BLAZE & BLOOM.

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THIRD ANNUAL VOLUNTEERATHON: COMING FALL 2018

BY ASHLEY BORN

The Junior League of Hartford is thrilled to announce its Third Annual Volunteerathon will take place November 9-10, 2018. Annually,

our League commits to 26.2 hours of continuous volunteering on community projects to support our community partners. The JLH

makes an impact within our local community with our “woman power.”

The past two Volunteerathons have afforded the JLH an opportunity to work with incredible greater Hartford organizations, including:

• My Sisters’ Place

• YWCA Hartford

• Habitat Restore

• Junior Achievement of Southwest New England (JA)

• The Children’s Museum

• Riverfront Recapture

• HARC

• Gifts of Love

• United Labor Agency

• Camp Courant

• Clothes Horse

• MakerspaceCT

• Playhouse on Park

• American Cancer Society

• Girls on the Run Hartford

• Capital City Education Alliance

The JLH is also thankful for all our generous supporters, including individual donors and corporate sponsors. Our incredible members

raised thousands of dollars asking friends and family to sponsor their volunteer efforts. The League also raised thousands of dollars

from our corporate sponsors, which have included:

• Pullman & Comley, LLC

• Landmark Partners

• Effie’s Place

• Total Wine

• Boa Praia

• Dunkin Donuts

• Cabot Creamery

• City Steam Brewery

Without our selfless community partners, generous donors and dedicated members, the JLH could not continue our League’s mission

and work. More details to come on our website and social media in the coming months. We look forward to your involvement.

Since 1921, the Junior League has been making the Greater Hartford community a better place to live by promoting

voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving our community through the effective action and

leadership of trained volunteers. We are a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization whose purpose is exclusively educational

and charitable. The Junior League of Hartford is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International

(AJLI).

MAKE A DONATION: JLH ANNUAL FUND

Thank you for making our work possible.

OUR MISSION

The Junior League of Hartford, Inc. is an

organization of women committed to

promoting voluntarism, developing the

potential of women, and improving communities

through the effective action and

leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose

is exclusively educational and

charitable.

Your support is critical to our continued success, and we invite you

to join us with a gift to our Annual Fund. Donations to the Annual

Fund provide unrestricted funds to the Junior League of Hartford,

Inc., which enhances our ability to provide quality community services

projects and trained volunteers who serve the needs of the

Greater Hartford community.

The Junior League of Hartford, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Your gift is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Please donate online (www.jlhartford.org/give) or by sending a

check, made payable to the Junior League of Hartford, Inc., to 993

Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117), with the notation

"Annual Fund donation."

If you have questions about donations to the Junior League of Hartford,

please contact us at info@jlhartford.org.

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2017-2018 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

BY MOLLY TOWNE

As our 97th year comes to a close, it gives me pause to reflect on the tremendous impact the Greater Hartford has had on the Hartford

community.

As many of you know, the 14th Junior League of Hartford (JLH) Decorators Show

House ran from April-May 2018. The Show House is our largest fundraiser and did

not disappoint!

The mission of the Junior League of Hartford is to promote volunteerism, develop the

potential of women, and improve our community through the effective action and leadership

of trained volunteers. Our members give back to the community through our

Our Done in a Day Committee (DIAD), Community Outreach Committee (CORC) and

our Career Connections for Young Women (CCYW). DIAD and CORC partner with

area nonprofits, which allow our volunteers to help improve our community through a

variety, programs, events and volunteer opportunities.

These volunteer opportunities have already impacted women and young girls at Grace

Academy, My Sisters Place, Interval House, Houston, Connecticut Children’s Medical

Center, the Clothes Horse (Junior League of Harford’s Thrift Shop) and Junior

Achievement through our Career Connections for Young Women program.

CCYW is our joint endeavor with Junior Achievement (JA) of Southwest New England.

This program highlights how we are developing the potential of women and

young girls as well as training our volunteers. Annually, we work with JA to mentor

over 20 high school girls on college & career preparing in a 10 week after school academy.

Our members receive training in each area they are able to volunteer to teach,

including: conflict management & communication, personal finance, personal branding,

dangers of social media, public speaking and more.

We ended our league year on a high note with the JLH Show House, which sustains

our programing for 3 years. Show House Co-chairs, Meghan Guerrera and Lissa

Johnson organized an amazing experience for all that attended. Show House decorators

knocked it out of the park and the attendance at our Special Events set records!

For the past 70 years The Clothes Horse has been a mainstay in the Hartford community and a symbol of the JLH. The changing economy

and retail landscape has taken a toll on the store and has turned our once profitable operation into a deficit to the

League. Unfortunately, the thirft shop is no longer a sustainable means of support to the organization’s mission and therefore we will be

closing our doors mid-September, please look for more details to follow.

Mark your calendars for the triumphant return of the Volunteerathon which will take place in early November. We will continue to solicit

community partner engagement and participation in the coming months. Our league hopes to continue to do all of this and much more so

mark your calendars and keep a lookout for more information on our website and through our social media channels including Facebook,

Twitter and Instagram.

It’s a wonderful year, thank you for your continued support of the Junior League of Hartford.

All the best,

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MENTOR PROGRAM FORGES FRIENDSHIPS, INSPIRES GROWTH

BY JESSIE GAGNON

"I'd been feeling like once the Provisional Year comes and goes, there aren't built-in opportunities to really get to know a new person

over multiple, sustained interactions,” said one participant. “I think [the mentor program] is a great way to help people hoping for that!"

This year, the Junior League of Hartford implemented a mentoring program to increase member retention in a way that engages new

members by offering them support from seasoned members and inspires them to own the mission of the League, becoming League

ambassadors in the community.

Twenty dynamic women signed up to participate in the program, which included two group gatherings with training and guidance on

expectations, regular one-on-one meetings in mentor/mentee pairs, and additional communications in between. Participants were

surveyed throughout the year to see how the program was meeting expectations. The training committee compiled all the feedback

and will leverage the valuable information to modify and build on the program next year.

When asked what they enjoyed most about the program, mentor remarks included: "Getting involved with the League in a new and

different way," and "Getting to know an awesome new person!" Mentees commented: "Learning more about the League and getting a

perspective on how the League is run," and "Meeting new people."

Additional feedback included "I hope this continues in the next League year. I would like to see more Sustainers get involved. I feel

that this is a great bridge between Actives and Sustainers."

League members wanting to participate next year should look for the interest surveys in late summer.

LEADERSHIP GREATER HARTFORD: 2018-2019 DELEGATE

BY BRIA DAY

I have the incredible opportunity of following in the footsteps of many League women as the 2018-2019 Leadership Greater Hartford

Quest delegate. If you aren’t already familiar with Quest, it is an experiential professional development program. This year’s Quest

“class” has just over 50 Greater Hartford professionals and JLH is the only non-profit volunteer organization

that sends a volunteers for this experience – all of my other peers are employed by their sponsoring

organization. It is truly an incredible opportunity to participate as a JLH delegate!

The Quest program runs from January – October, so while I am the delegate for the next League year, my

Quest engagement spans the middle of last League year and ends at the beginning of the current League

year. Over 10 months, Quest participants come together monthly to develop, connect, and help build a

stronger, more vibrant community.

On a monthly basis, the entire group engages in leadership workshops and personalized assessments

and, more frequently, participates in a community-oriented taskforce. In January, when the program began,

we had the opportunity to present taskforce ideas to the broader group with more than 30 considered projects.

Ideas were whittled down to a total of five chosen projects.

My taskforce, My Hart My Vote, is focused on increasing voter awareness, registration, and turnout in Hartford on Election Day

(November 6, 2018). But, regardless of where you live, please make sure to register to vote: https://voterregistration.ct.gov. Follow

#MyHartMyVote on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as we generate new and curate existing content and from established organizations

like The League of Women Voters, Hartford Votes, and then distribute through Neighborhood Revitalization Zones (NRZs) and

other community events August - October.

The other four Quest programs are focused on expanding internship opportunities for high school students, working with Fidelco

Guide Dogs, marketing Hartford to Millennials, and a project focused on Hartford Public Schools.

What I am learning, through my taskforce project, the monthly workshops, self-assessment tools, and individual coaching sessions

are all experiences that allow me to further my leadership and contribute back to our League’s mission and community.

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NEWEST ACTIVE MEMBERS WELCOMED AS 2017-2018

PROVISIONAL CLASS GRADUATES

BY AMIE CONNER LUGO

The Junior League of Hartford welcomed 20 new active members at the JLH

Annual Meeting at the Pond House in West Hartford on Wednesday, May 23.

These women successfully completed the Provisional Class curriculum which

included learning about the JLH’s mission and history, participating in teambuilding

exercises and volunteering within the community.

The Class of 2018 completed two community projects this past year. In the

Fall they assisted Girls on the Run with their Fall 5k and in the Spring they

contributed informative displays about the organizations the League serves to

the Decorators Show House. They also enjoyed the time-honored JLH traditions

including the Sustainer-Provisional Dinner and the annual Hartford Bus

Tour.

These women have demonstrated the drive and commitment to make a

meaningful impact in the community and the League is so honored to welcome

them as active members of JLH.

THE 2017-2018 JLH PROVISIONAL CLASS GRADUATED ON MAY 23

AT THE ANNUAL MEETING AT THE POND HOUSE.

The Provisional Class curriculum is designed to provide new League members with the necessary knowledge and experience to enter as

an active member of the JLH. The next Provisional Course will begin in September, so if you know someone interested in joining, please

encourage them to apply at www.jlhartford.org/get-involved.

CAREER CONNECTIONS FOR YOUNG PROGRAM WOMEN THRIVING

The Junior League of Hartford, in partnership with Junior Achievement of Southwest New England, developed the Career Connections

for Young Women (CCYW) program in 2014 to inspire young women to focus on career planning and financial independence. The program

targets Hartford area high school women from both urban and suburban communities.

Throughout the 10 week program, the young women attend sessions focusing on topics such as conflict management, resume writing,

networking, personal branding, and budgeting. To further enhance the young women’s learning experience during the program, they

participate in mock interviews and interact with panels of female professionals from The Junior League of Hartford. In addition to helping

these young women in the community, the CCYW program has a created a diverse range of volunteer opportunities for the women of

The Junior League of Hartford.

In January 2018, the Career Connections for Young Women program began its fourth year with 18 bright, driven young women. During

the ten-week program, they had the opportunity to job shadow in small groups at various sites in the Hartford area including a law firm,

The Bushnell, a hospital and an insurance company.

Once again, under the guidance of JLH volunteers, the young women were separated into smaller groups, where they researched a

chosen career cluster and created a presentation. Upon conclusion of the program, the young women presented their findings to their

peers, family members, JLH volunteers and to the staff of Junior Achievement. The Junior of League of Hartford is looking forward to

the 2019 Career Connections for Young Women program!

CCYW INSPIRES STUDENT-LED BENEFIT CONCERT

Career Connections for Young Women (CCYW) graduate Faith Ye organized a benefit concert with the

Simsbury Chamber Orchestra as a way to say thank you for the positive changes the program has had

on her life.

FAITH YE PLAYING AT THE

MARCH BENEFIT CONCERT.

In March 2018, members of The Junior League of Hartford had the pleasure of listening to Faith play the

violin during an evening of classical music. Faith credits CCYW for helping her prepare for college and

her future career. Faith went on to win the 2018 JLH President’s Award for her efforts and dedication.

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JUNIOR LEAGUE AROUND TOWN PHOTO GALLERY

L TO R: ON JUNE 12, 2018-2019 PRESIDENT WHITNEY SWEENEY AND PRESIDENT-ELECT ELIZABETH

FIERMAN SERVED AS CELEBRITY SERVERS AT THE ANNUAL EFFIE’S PLACE CELEBRITY BREAK-

FAST TO BENEFIT THE PARK ROAD PARADE. THEY WERE VISITED BY COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL

DIRECTOR KATHRYN JOERG AND TREASURER JESSICA PIERI THAT MORNING, ALONG WITH

COUNTLESS MEMBERS OF THE WEST HARTFORD COMMUNITY.

MEMBERS OF THE PROVISIONAL CLASS SPENT AN

EVENING TOGETHER PAINTING MASTERPIECES AND

LEARNING MORE ABOUT EACH OTHER PRIOR TO THEIR

GRADUATION AT THE 2018 ANNUAL MEETING. THESE

WOMEN ALL COMPLETED THE PROVISIONAL CURRICU-

LUM AND ARE NOW ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR

LEAGUE OF HARTFORD.

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HARTFORD MEMBERS PROUDLY ATTENDED THE

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT PARTNERS IN ACHIEVEMENT BREAKFAST IN MAY

AT THE HARTFORD MARRIOTT.

MEMBERS SPENT AN APRIL MORNING OUTSIDE OF THE CLOTHES HORSE PAR-

TICIPATING IN THE PARK ROAD BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT, PREPARING FOR

BEAUTIFUL SPRING BLOOMS ALONG WEST HARTFORD’S PARK ROAD.

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NEARLY 20 PAST PRESIDENTS OF THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HARTFORD GATHERED

AT THE 97TH ANNUAL MEETING AT THE POND HOUSE AT ELIZABETH PARK IN MAY.

THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HARTFORD BOOK CLUB MEETS MONTHLY AT MEMBERS’

HOMES TO DISCUSS THE MOST RECENT BOOK SELECTION AND SOCIALIZE TO-

GETHER. THEY’RE SEEN HERE AT THEIR MARCH GET-TOGETHER.

MICHELE SOK AND KATHRYN JOERG REPRESENTED

THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HARTFORD AT THE FIRST-

EVER SPARKLE! HARTFORD EVENT, HOSTED BY TRINI-

TY HEALTH OF NEW ENGLAND’S SPIRIT OF WOMEN

NETWORK. THE EVENING WAS DEDICATED TO PROMOT-

ING HEALTH AND WELLNESS FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES

AND KATHRYN AND MICHELE SPOKE WITH PROSPEC-

TIVE NEW MEMBERS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE

ABOUT THE JLH.

MEMBERS ATTENDED THE CONNECTICUT CHIL-

DREN’S MUSEUM GALA AT THE HARTFORD GOLF

CLUB IN MARCH. A GREAT COMMUNITY PARTNER,

THE JLH WAS HAPPY TO SUPPORT THE MUSEUM

AS BOTH EVENT VOLUNTEERS AND ATTENDEES.

IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE CEREMONI-

AL PASSING OF THE GAVEL, 2017-2018 JLH

PRESIDENT MOLLY TOWNE PASSED ON THE

TITLE TO 2018-2019 PRESIDENT WHITNEY

SWEENEY AT THE JLH ANNUAL MEETING AT

THE POND HOUSE AT ELIZABETH PARK.

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2017-2018 ANNUAL FUND DONORS 2017-2018 SHOW

$250-499

Up to $99 HOUSE DONORS

Ranjana Chawla

Linda Fiske

Kelly Jarvis

Carle N. Mowell

$100-249

Anne B. “Bunny” Belanger

Valerie Bischof

Ashey & Brandon Born

Meredith Burns

Jennifer Byrne

Barbara Cambria

Kate Cassen

Susan Chudwick

Ellen & Ken Coco,

in memory of Ann Charlton Greulich

Mary Crary

Bria Day

Gina Detmar-Pines

Jessica DiPillo

Kyra Dorsey

Susan Ely

Christiana N. Gianopulos,

in memory of Eileen Shanley Kraus

Mary Lynn Gorman

Patricia K. Hadlow

Kaitlin Halloran

Susan Hatch

Paula Healey

Carolyn V. Hoffman, I

n honor of Maggie Willard

Laura Hughes

Elizabeth Ives

Evelyn Williams Johnson

Julie Krug

Nancy La Perla,

in honor of Carle Mowell

Peggy R. Lorence

Kelly Miley

Sarah G. Needham

Ann F. Newbury

Sarah Dahill O’Connell

Cara Passaro

Jane Brandon Pfaff

Susan L. Redfield

Sally M. Richter

Julie Runkle

Betsey Russell

Mary T. Sargent

Mary Scanlon

Allison Schmitz

Kathleen Schuster

Robin Schwartz

Marcie Sener

Taylor Shea

Julia Ann Hovey Slimmon

Mary E. Stoughton

Whitney & Liam Sweeney

Carol Terry,

in honor of Nancy La Perla

Ann E. Thomas

Molly Towne

Gara Van Schaack

Nancy Woodward

Demetria Wright

Marianne Zinzarella,

in memory of Barbara J. Lamy

Rhoda Bannon

Jenny Bell

Amy R. Blackwood,

in honor of Elizabeth Morse

Rev. Sally D. Brown

Denise Callan

Alexandra Carlson

Stacey Clark

Meaghan Cooper

Catie Curran

Emily Deans

Nancy Delong

Shirley Delong

Ashley Donnelly

Susan Eaccarino

Jessica Gagnon

Karen Bliss Haberlin

Jocelyn Hawkins

Joanne Humen

Tanisha Jackson

Valerie & Mathew Jasinski

Barret Katuna

Susan A. King

Roza Kogan

Denise Laborde

Lee Lester

Barbara Lingard

Christine Lumbreras

Mary Martin

Patricia O. McLaughlin

Dorothy Meggie

Kimberly Moore

Lida Mullarkey,

In honor of Molly Towne

Sarah Needham

Jessica Olivieri

Nancy Parker

Michele Parrotta

Arielle Pastick

Alison Perry

Lorie Person

Julia Peters

Jessica Pieri

Kristin Potter

Billie Reese

Katherine Reilly

Annemarie Riemer

Adrienne Roach

Susan Rubin

Patricia Sasser

Carolyn L. Schnatz

Anjanette Senatus

Julie Simplicio

Michele Sok

Tiffany K. Spinella

Coreen Sunde

Jennifer Widness

Julia Zajac

Susan Zielenbach

$1000 and above

Peggy R. Lorence

$500 - $999

McKinley Albert

Margaret T. Carroll

Carle Mowell

Marilyn S. Ridolfo

Wade Anders Vianney, in honor of

Audrey Svensk Vianney, JLNH

JLH Past Presidents

$250 - $499

Pamela Beecher

Lynne Carey

Linda Fiske

State Senator Terry Gerratana

Elizabeth Ives

Kelly Jarvis

Sally M. Richter

Ann E. Thomas

Wade Anders Vianney, in memory of

Sylvia & Reynold Svensk

(Wood Pond residents 1948-1986)

Holly Wilson

$100 - $249

Gina L. Detmar-Pines

Betty Dugan

Laura Hughes

Dene Keithline

Nacy Urban La Perla

Kelly Miley

Carle Mowell, In memory of

Robert Whitman, a dedicated

SH volunteer

Jane Brandon Pfaff

Ann Louise Price

Allison Schmitz

Kathleen Schuster

Mary E. Stoughton

Marianne Zinzarella

Up to $99

Brittany Bass

Rev. Sally D. Brown

Emily Deans

Karen Bliss Haberlin

Louise T. Healey

Ellen J. Meinke

Dale Ann Whalen

Julia Zweig

2017-2018

ENDOWMENT

FUND DONORS

Anonymous

Anne B. Belanger

Amy R. Blackwood

Francine Christiansen

Susan Chudwick

Gina L. Detmar-Pines

Susan Ely

Morgan P. Ferrarotti

Christiana N. Gianopulos

Carolyn A. Van Newkirk Hoffman

Kelly Jarvis

Nina F. Jankowski

Patricia M. Lorenson

Peggy Lorence

M. LaRaine McGrath

Kelly Miley

Carle Mowell, in honor of

Maggie Willard

Ann Louise Price

Allison Crockett Schmitz

Carolyn Schnatz

Mary E. Stoughton

Melinda and Paul Sullivan

Molly Towne

Margery Chinn Warren

Maggie Willard

Holly J. Wilson

Nancy M. Woodward

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