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NEW ENGLAND PUBLIC RADIO

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s you will read in the pages of this report, fiscal year 2013 (July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013) was a busy one for New England Public Radio. In addition to officially breaking ground at our new facility in downtown Springfield, launching 89.5FM in Great Barrington, and re-imagining the NEPR News Network with exciting new programming… hundreds of news stories were covered by our reporters including the 2012 election season and the Boston Marathon Bombings; over 2,000 hours of locally produced classical, jazz and word music were broadcast through home stereos, car speakers, computers and smartphones (thanks to our brand new app); and partnerships with community organizations like Soldier On provided listeners the opportunity to make their contribution to NEPR go a step farther.

“Because of your support, and the support of thousands of other listeners like you, New England Public Radio is thriving.” Because of your support, and the support of thousands of other listeners like you, New England Public Radio is thriving. We hear from you time and again that we are your source for news, that classical music provides you a much needed escape, jazz sets the mood for your evenings, and that innovative new programs like AudioFiles are helping you to explore our community beyond the radio dial. We look forward to continuing to innovate and to grow in the next year, and welcome you to stay tuned as we take one of the biggest steps in our 50+ year history this summer - moving in to 1525 Main Street in Springfield and the start of rehabilitation of our Five Colleges Studios at UMass Amherst! On behalf of the NEPR Foundation Board, and our staff, thank you for your generous support.

Martin Miller CEO & General Manager

MUSIC

2,000 HOURS

of locally produced music on WFCR this year

52 SATURDAYS

of incredible operas from the best opera houses in the country

21 PARTNERSHIPS

with regional music groups and presenters

8 LIVE BROADCASTS from Tanglewood

6 BROADCASTS

of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra

MUSIC HOSTS ON THE TOWN The Jazz a la Mode Film Series packed the house at Amherst Cinema with films like “The Savoy King,” Jeff Kaufman’s lively portrait of band-leader and drummer Chick Webb. Throughout the year our hosts were seen all over the Pioneer Valley introducing artists at pre-concert talks; lecturing at places like Applewood Retirement Community and the Polish Center for Learning and Discovery in Chicopee; and MC’ing events like a brunch for Children’s Chorus of Springfield, and “Nimbaya: Our Children’s World Festival” at The Academy of Music in Northampton. THE BEST ALBUMS OF 2013, ACCORDING TO NEPR’S MUSIC HOSTS: From Kari Njiiri, Jazz Safari Hugh Masekela: “Jabulani” Natalie Fernandez: “Nuestro Tango” Jazz Soul Seven: “Impressions Of Curtis Mayfield” From John Montanari, Classical Music Brooklyn Rider: “A Walking Fire” Maria Schneider: “Winter Morning Walks” Roomful of Teeth: “Roomful of Teeth” From Raquel Obregon, Tertulia Gabriel Alegría’s Afro-Peruvian Sextet: “Ciudad de los Reyes” Various Artists: “Salsa de La Bahia, A Collection of San Francisco Bay Area Salsa and Latin Jazz” Ivan Lins: “Cornucopia” The John Santos Sextet: “Filosofía Caribeña – Vol. 2” Natalie Fernandez: “Nuestro Tango” From Tom Reney, Jazz a la Mode Top 3 jazz vocal releases of the year: Cecile McLorin Salvant: “Woman Child” Tony Bennett: “Live at the Sahara” Gregory Porter: “Liquid Spirit”

NEWS From the re-election of Barack Obama, to coverage of the Boston bombing, the special election of Ed Markey to the Newtown shooting, New England Public Radio’s newsroom has covered all of the major stories of the year.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDED CAMPAIGN SEASON COVERAGE Fall 2012 was campaign season, and NEPR aired both Democratic and Republican conventions in their entirety. We were live on Election night with guests, including Western New England University political science professor, Tim Vercellotti and UMass Amherst professor and polling institute associate director, Maryann Barakso. LIVE SENATE DEBATES In a consortium with print and broadcast outlets in western Massachusetts, NEPR aired US Senate debates between Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown, and between the candidates in the special election to fill the US Senate seat vacated by John Kerry, when he was confirmed as Secretary of State. FORMAT-BREAKING, SPECIAL COVERAGE OF: • Superstorm Sandy • The Springfield gas explosion • The Newtown school shootings • The Boston Marathon bombing COMMENTARIES FROM: • T. Susan Chang, Food writer • Lynn Pasquerella, President of Mt. Holyoke College • Mark Edington, Episcopal priest and Executive Director of Harvard’s Decision Science Laboratory • Phillip Caputo, Pulitzer Prize winner • Michael Lynch, President of Strategic Energy & Economic Research

PEOPLE SAM HUDZIK JOINS THE NEWS TEAM In July, NEPR welcomed News Director Sam Hudzik to the station. Sam is a former political reporter for Chicago’s public radio station, WBEZ. Sam has jumped in feet first, and is already working to create more opportunities in the news magazines for local content and making frequent use of partnerships with other New England public radio stations, including WBUR in Boston and WSHU in Connecticut. This means more stories from around the region on our air, and our stories airing around the region. FAREWELL TO JOHN MONTANARI After 35 years on the air, Music Director and classical host, John Montanari hung up his headphones for the last time on December 20th, 2013. John came to WFCR fresh out of college in 1978, and has been sharing his love of music with listeners ever since. Those of us who worked alongside him for many years are finding it strange to walk by Master Control in the morning, and not see John in there. “I’ll no doubt still be involved in music presentation locally,” says John. “But look forward to more time to travel, reading, writing, cooking and other pursuits.”

“I’ll no doubt still be involved in music presentation locally... But look forward to more time to travel, reading, writing, cooking and other pursuits.” Filling John’s shoes is a difficult task, and one that we take very seriously. Over the next several months, you will hear a variety of voices during morning classical music, some familiar, like Jon Solins, and some new, like Cheryl Willoughby, former music director at Classical New England (a service of WGBH Radio) in Boston and former director of programming at VPR Classical (a service of Vermont Public Radio), who we’ve tapped to help fill in as we continue our search for a new music host.

NEPR.net

In FY’13, we improved several aspects of NEPR.net including: • A sound quality and ease-of-use streaming upgrade • On Demand listening options for Jazz a la Mode, Jazz Safari and Tertulia • Growing “AudioFiles” by partnering with organizations like the Springfield Public Forum and the Center for Public Policy and Administration. SOCIAL MEDIA STATS 1,913 Facebook fans 1,964 Twitter followers 1,923 NEPR App users

A Brand New App! The fastest way to streaming NEPR for your iPhone or Android.

WEB STATS 515,902 Page views 270,962 Visits 147,604 Unique visitors Coming soon…. A brand new, mobile and tablet friendly website launching in early 2014!

COMING SOON!

UPGRADES

NEW SIGNALS IN BERKSHIRE COUNTY The NEPR News Network is now heard loud and clear in Berkshire County! In April 2013, 89.5 FM WNNU went on the air as part of the NEPR News Network. The station covers the southern part of Berkshire County, up to Stockbridge and nearby parts of Columbia County, New York. 98.9 FM WNNI, covering the northern part of Berkshire County, will join the network in 2014. The NEPR News Network can also be heard at AM 640 across western New England, and 91.7FM in Franklin County, as well as online at NEPR.net.

NEW PROGRAMS ON THE NEPR NEWS NETWORK Several new programs were added to New England Public Radio’s all-news service. If you haven’t heard them yet, check them out: • Here & Now, Mon. - Fri., noon to 2p.m. • Q with Jian Gomeshi, Mon. - Fri., 7p.m. to 2p.m. • The Moth Radio Hour, Sat., 1p.m. to 2p.m. • TED Radio Hour, Sun., 2p.m. to 3p.m.

With his trademark wit and spontaneity, host Jian Ghomeshi covers pop culture and high arts alike with forays into the most provocative and compelling cultural trends.

COMMUNITY VALLEY GIVES n 12.12.12, NEPR participated in Valley Gives Day, a one-of-a-kind celebration of generosity for western Massachusetts, where in one 24-hour period, thousands of people from Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties made gifts to their favorite charities. Our supporters came out in droves to help the station raise funds for a new generator at our transmitter site on Mount Lincoln.

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We’re pretty sure that a totally unplanned power outage that knocked us off the air the weekend before helped to encourage giving! 279 listeners donated $23,226, putting NEPR in the #3 spot for most donors, and qualifying us for a $5,000 grant. We also won a $1,000 “golden ticket” putting the grand total at $29,226 in 24 hours!

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BUILDING SUPPORT: A SOLDIER ON PARTNERSHIP In what has become an annual tradition, NEPR was pleased to work with a community organization in a special fundraising partnership during our winter drive. This year, we partnered with the veterans service organization, Soldier On and Berkshire Bank on a special campaign called Building Support: Sustain our Station, Support Our Soldiers, which helped Soldier On with its plans to build a new transitional housing facility for female veterans in Leeds, MA. For every pledge made in support of NEPR, Berkshire Bank contributed a 2x4 to help construct sixteen housing units for women veterans and their children. Over $246,600 was contributed to support NEPR and 2,126 2x4s were donated to the Soldier On project. The building is currently under construction.

BILL COSBY LIVE FOR NEPR Surely the biggest profile event for the station in 2013 (and let’s be honest, in its history!) was longtime listener Bill Cosby’s performance at Springfield’s Symphony Hall in March. Resplendent in his custom NEPR sweatshirt, Dr. Cosby had the audience rolling for his entire set, with jokes about his family, show business, and getting a little older. The evening raised over $146,000 in support of the capital campaign, and put NEPR on the map in Springfield, just a few doors down from our new home. WE HOPE WE SAW YOU AT SOME OF OUR OTHER EVENTS IN FY’13 TOO! • A pub night at McCaffrey’s in downtown Springfield before the Springfield Public Forum’s event with Will Shortz • Four films in the Jazz a la Mode Film Series at Amherst Cinema • A new partnership with The Berkshire Bach Society brought “Bach at New Year’s” to Northampton • A special event with the Affiliated Chambers of Greater Springfield welcomed UMass Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy to Springfield • A Groundbreaking Ceremony at 1525 Main Street (the future home of NEPR) featured special guests like Congressman Richard Neal, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and others • The NEPR Foundation’s 5th annual Arts & Humanities Awards Gala honored June Millington, musician and Co-Founder of the Institute for the Musical Arts in Goshen, MA; Michael Mucci, Chairman and Director of Instrumental Music for the Longmeadow High School Music Department; Enchanted Circle Theater of Holyoke MA; and The Pioneer Valley Symphony & Chorus of Greenfield, MA.

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Revenue Revenue$6,192,167 $6,192,167

NUMBERS NUMBERS Contributions Contributions Underwriting 4Underwriting College Support 4 College Support Corporation for Public Broadcasting Corporation Other Income for Public Broadcasting In-Kind Goods$6,192,167 & Services Other Income Revenue UMass In-Kind In-Kind Goods & Services Contributions Revenue $6,192,167 Underwriting UMass In-Kind Contributions 4 College Support Underwriting Corporation for Public Broadcasting 4 College Support Other Income Corporation for&Public Broadcasting In-Kind Goods Services Other UMassIncome In-Kind In-Kind Goods & Services Programming UMass In-Kind

$3,437,847 $ 1,365,893 $3,437,847 46,172 $ 1,365,893 335,183 $ 213,457 46,172 $ 188,522 335,183 $ 605,093 213,457 $ 6,192,167 188,522 $ $ 605,093

$3,437,847 $3,437,847 Co $ 1,365,893 $ 1,365,893 $ 46,172 $ 46,172 $ 335,183 $ 335,183 $ 213,457 UMass In $ 188,522 $ 213,457 In-Kind Goods & Service $ 605,093 UMass Other Income: 3% In $ 188,522

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4 College Support: 1%

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Expenses $4,621,376 $ 1,647,277

Operations $ 6,192,167 Expenses Outreach Programming$4,621,376 Fundraising Operations $4,621,376 Programming $ 1,647,277 Expenses Administration Operations $ 578,826 Outreach Programming $ 1,647,277 Outreach 169,642 In-Kind Goods & Services Fundraising Operations $ 1,046,190 578,826 Fundraising UMass In-Kind Outreach Administration Administration Fundraising In-Kind Goods & Services In-Kind Administration UMass In-KindGoods & In-Kind Goods & Services UMass In-Kind UMass In-Kind

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To date over 300 gifts and pledges have been made in support of the Campaign.

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Leadership gifts for the Campaign have come in this year from the Dennis Group in Springfield, the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, PeoplesBank, The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts, the Beveridge Family Foundation and the United Bank Foundation. In the year ahead, NEPR will continue calling on banks throughout our listening area for Campaign support. We will also continue calling on some of the many long-time donors who have not yet had a chance to hear about our new facilities in Springfield and our bold plans for expanded local programming. B. John Dill

Campaign Chair President, The Colebrook Group

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CEO and General Manager New England Public Radio

For more information please contact: Cathy Ives - cathy@nepr.net or phone: 413-545-3172

DONORS Our sincere thanks to the following listeners who made cumulative gifts of $500 or more to New England Public Radio’s Annual Fund, made a contribution to the capital campaign, or underwrote on NEPR and the NEPR News Network between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. We apologize for any errors in these listings. If your name is listed or omitted in error, please let us know at radio@ nepr.net or by calling 413-545-0100 so we can correct our information. Thank you. INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS $1,000 + Anonymous Neal Abraham and Donna Wiley Amherst College John and Elizabeth Armstrong Claire Bateman Linda J.L. Becker Herman Berkman Bunny Bewick Claude Borowsky Jonathan Bozbeckian Laura and Bickford Brannen Olive Brose Irving and Brenda Buchbinder Eleanor Caplan Julie Caswell and Richard Rogers Lori Clarke and Leon Osterweil Roberta Collard Margo Culley Charles and Elizabeth D’Amour Walter Denny and Alice Robbins Charlie and Kelly DeRose John Deweese Scott Dewolski and Rachel Likover Jan and Deborah Dizard Donna Dunn Marcy Eisenberg Jenny and Dave Emery Philip Emery Frederick Feibel Robert and Louise Fredette Rebecca Fuller Dorothy Gavin Mary Gawlicki Walter Giger and May-Wo Foo Giger Steven Gough Carolyn Gray and George Peppard Stephen and Daphne Hall Hampshire College Dena and G. Felda Hardymon Wil Hastings Emily and John Hayden

Hildegarde Sorenson-Sterling Margaret Hunt Joan Jackson William and Jean Jeffries Paul Jodka and Carol Richardson Steven Jones and Adele Franks Jenny Kallick and Robert Bezucha Ellen Kennedy and Mark Gold Ruth Kennedy and John Singer Carol and Ken Kinsley Charles Kuchenbrod and Rebecca Sielman Robert Kusner Kevin and Martha Lacroix Theresa Lardner Elizabeth and Nathanael Larson A. Laurel-Cafarella and T. LaurelPaine Benjamin and Sharon Liptzin Ted and Adlyn Loewenthal Martha Lyman Thomas and M.B. Magill Ben and Jennie Markens Anna Markus Tollie Miller Patricia Miller Sarah and Hugh Mitchell William and Susan Monks Charles and Kay Moran Barrett Morgan William and Mary Sue Morrill Mount Holyoke College Eleanor Murphy National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Sciences Robyn Newhouse, PhD John and Nancy Nichols James and Julie Peacock Sandy Pearson Pelham Auto Parts and Service Claudia and Steven Perles Ronald Pipkin

Richard and Helen Rescia Dara Ribicoff Judith Roberts Ann Rosalind Jones Marcia and Thomas Rossi Kevin Rowe Jessica Saalfield Ann Sagalyn, DMD and David Marks Whitty Sanford and Tom Miner Eva Schocken Stephen and Leslie Shatz Lawrence Siddall Patricia Skarda Carolyn Slifkin and Daniel Nash Ben Smar Smith College Thomas Snelham Kevin and Teresa Snow Ruth Solie Peggy and David Starr Lois Stebbins Patricia Steele-Perkins Elizabeth Stone and Marc Berman Peter Straley and Donna Ross Kristin Stueber Terri Swanson Sarah and Mark Tanner Grace Taylor University of Massachusetts, Amherst Nancy and Bruce Urbschat William Vickery Lyn Walker Phebe Wallace Janet Wallstein Steven and Nadine Wenner Kenneth and Louise Williamson Dena Willmore Joan Wofford Anne Zimmerman

INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS $500-$999 Anonymous Robert and Frances Abrams Mary and Louis Adler Joanne Alderman and Doric Dods Larry Ambs and Jennifer Kramer Dan Anderson Montserrat and Michael Archbald Charles and Deborah Austin Duane Bailey Iris Bashkin Allan Baustin and Barbara Thompson Peter and Joan Beardsley Marguerite Bedell Laurence and Beth Beede John Bennett Betsy Bergen Dan Berger and Laura Katz Julia and Ed Berman Jeff and Marilyn Blaustein David and Patricia Bloom Cynthia and Gary Bombardier Elbert and Bernice Bowler Susan and David Brano Nathalie and Willis Bridegam Ann and Michael Brooks Daisy and Eric Broudy Laurie Brown and Chris Condit Maria Buckley Ronald and Mildred Burkman Rosemary Caine and Howard Natenshon Alan Calhoun and Barbara Aiken Janet Callahan Bob and Pat Calnen Susan and Brian Clark Paul Clark and Carol Parrish Ian and Carolyn Clark Diana Cole Ronald and Nancy Compton Paula Condon Anne Cook Allison Cook William Corcoran and Bonniejean Dibeliu Grace and Ralph Craig Sara Crawley Julian and Robbie Crowell Leslie Cunningham Miriam and Tom Curnin Melissa Dane and Delmar Wilcox Jeffrey Daniels and Kate Miller Ron and Guiliana Davidoff James Dawson Brandon Delaney Peter and Florence DeRose

Lisa d’Errico Charles and Ellen Dickinson Kerry Dietz John Dinuovo Lisa Dufrane William and Suzanne Duncan Jane Edwards and H.R. Tonkin Kevin and Donna Edwards Jean Egan and Robert Okun John and Janet Egelhofer Peter and Cami Elbow Eileen Elliott Nick Elton and Barbara Steen-Elton Carl Erikson John and Laurie Ernst Jean Fater Robert Fazzi and Diana Buckley Robert Feldman and Katherine Vorwerk Gary and Susan Fentin Louisa Ferree Sandra Fitzpatrick Joseph and Kathy Fontaine James Frank and Leslie Smith Frank Tom and Leslie Freudenheim Sue E. Fuller Herbert Futter Jonna Gaberman and Bruce Wintman Barbara and James Garvey Jim Gaskell Diane Gerber Copper Giloth Michael and Sally Ginsburg Myron and Penina Glazer Brian Glynn Norbert Goldfield and Sandra Matthews Carolyn Goldstein, MD I.L. Gomez Severn Goodwin and Debra Schehr Michael Gorra and Brigitte Buettner Michael and Becky Goss Kevin Grennan and Mary Spellicy J. Lynn Griesemer and Bryan Harvey Tom and Susan Hagamen Philip and Jane Hall Anastasia Hallisey and Luc Timon Ray and Barbara Hand David and Mary Hankowski Christine Hannon Colin Harrington Alan Harris and Diane Lebel Margaret Hathaway Jim Haughey Ruth and Bruce Hawkins Ryan Hayward Charles and Irene Hayward Tom and Jane Hazen

Jane and Paul Hetzel Ann and Jeffrey Hicks Mary Clare Higgins Sue Ellen Holbrook Ann Holland Richard and Ruth Howe Curt and Kelly Hudson Margaret Hughes Cathy Ives Kannan Jagannathan Ben James and Oona Coy David and Carol Jordan Paul Kanev Robin Karlin Arthur and Moira Keene Tom Kegelman Carolyn Kendrow John Kennedy David Kenny and Marina Julian Eugene Kilbride Stephen and Mary King J. Robert and Gale Kirkwood Caleb Kissling Jeffrey Knight and Audrey Guhn John Knight and Martha Wofford Laura and Ken Koenigs Michael and Victoria Konover Silas and Linda Kopf Peter and Katherine Kurz Kenneth and Joan Langley Jack and Peggy Lareau Sara Lawrence Ann Levine Marilyn and Michael Levine Mary Lightner C. Peter and Maija Lillya Scott and Deborah Livingston Robin and Robert Lofquist Kathleen Lovell Martin Luber and Alicia Johnston Gerald and Sheri Lublin William and Carol MacKnight Frank Maginnis Steven Weisler and Maureen Mahoney Barbara Mandell Judy Markland Susan McAllister John and Emily McDermott Charles and Rita McInnis-Spencer George McKee and Darlene Ninos Elizabeth McNelly and Fredric Mesloh Darlene McVeigh Hollis Melton Mary Mercuri Barbara and Paul Meunier Roslyn Meyer Edward and Carol Mierzewski

Lynn and Jean Miller Martin, Brenda, Aaron and Liliya Miller Jean Miller and Peter Burde Audrey and John Millgate Loraine Millman David and Jessica Mix Barrington J. Donald Moon and Lucy Ferriss Monica Moran and William Werhli Janet and Daniel Moran Steven Morin David and Cynthia Morrell Leo and Leanne Morrissey Sarah Mullane David Narkewicz and Yelena Mikich Beth Nelson Howard and Yvonne Nicholson Ruth Odgren Paul and Miriam Oppenheimer David and Ruth Pardoe Robert Paynter David and Kathy Pepin Katherine Perkins Lorna and Dale Peterson Tony Piaggi Lisa Plantefaber Hertha Platzer Harriet Plehn Sally and Lewis Popper Catharine Porter Stefan and Alicia Poth Mary Ellen and John Preston Jeffrey Prince and Beth Firmin Marietta Pritchard Mark Proshan Alice Parker Pyle Katherine Queeney and John Staudenmayer Elizabeth Rajam Patricia Rapinchuk George Rawitscher Nancy and Eric Reeves Cornelia and Wallis Reid Edward Reilly Marilyn Riddle Ellen Rigatti Jean Robbins Tony Rogers and Anne Nugent John Rose Clifford Rosenberg James Ross Linda and David Roth David Roy Sheron Rupp James and Gloria Russell David Salminen Anthony Santonicola Gerald Schafer Craig and Virginia Schneider

Tom and Lois Schwab Cathy and Roger Schwartz Benjamin Schwartz David and Kathleen Scott Daniel and Lynne Ann Shapiro Barbara Sicherman Peter Siegelman and Sean Redding Mark and Tema Silk William and Elizabeth Sillin Eileen Silverstein and Alan Ritter Patrick Slaney and Susan Rice Nancy Slator David Sloviter Linda Smircich Lawrence Smith and Anne Mochon Andrew Smith and Nancy AshkinSmith Hubbard and Linda Smith Gloria Smith Tom Sohre and Patricia Cote Elizabeth Spelman Seajay Spencer Max and Jean Stackhouse James Staros and Alice Harris Kathryn and Richard Stefanski Joan Steiger Kate Steinway and Paul Zolan Michael Stephens Keith and Catherine Stevenson Roberta Swafford and David Hoopes Kathleen Swaim Paul Thaler and Linda Batchelor John Todd and Dorothy Nemetz Mark Tolosky and Noreen Diperri Tolosky Cecil and Lana Ursprung Van Itallie Foundation, Inc. Donald Verrastro and Heidi Dollard Rachel Vigderman David and Sarah Warren Gary and Peg Wendlandt Ronnie Williams and Suzanne Arnopolin Louis and Alona Wilson Michael Wolff Po-zen Wong Thomas and Elizabeth Woolf Larry Zacharias and Cathy Schoen Patricia and Francis Zak Paul Zimmerman

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTORS AS OF JANUARY 15, 2014 Anonymous Neal Abraham & Donna Wiley Adams & Ruxton Construction Co. Albert Steiger Memorial Fund, Inc. Amherst College

Douglas & Gladys Anderson John & Elizabeth Armstrong Gloria Ayvazian Eric Bachrach & Renee Moss Helen Barrington Robert & Barbara Bashevkin Pauline Bassett & Alan Katz Claire Bateman Baystate Health Christopher Benfey & Mickey Rathbun Betsy Bergen Berkshire Bank Foundation, Inc. Berkshire Community College Nancee Bershof J.P. Berwald & Priscilla Drucker S. Prestley & Helen Blake Jeff & Marilyn Blaustein Martin & Lynn Bloom Nancy Board Susan Bourque Nancy & John Brady Marybeth Bridegam Mary & Bruce Brown Lucinda Brown Jerry Bryant & Fran Goodwin Bulkley, Richardson & Gelinas Margaret Bullitt-Jonas & Robert Jonas Rosemary Caine & Howard Natenshon Maryjane Canavan & Anne Paradis Patricia Canavan & James Gosselin Eleanor Caplan Julie Caswell & Richard Rogers Lisa & Eric Chamberlain Joann Chandler John & Pamela Chandler Claudine Chavanne & Harry Stuart Carol Christ & Paul Alpers Lori Clarke & Leon Osterweil Susan Clopton & John Levine Edward & Nancy Cobden Meredith & Thomas Cochran Arthur Cohen Frank Colaccino Comcast Community Foundation Of Western Mass Jack & Susan Conklin Drs. Camille and Bill Cosby Sara Crawley Sarah Creighton Julian & Robbie Crowell Colleen Currie & Richard Rubin Dianne Cutillo & Bernard Pinsonnault Mary Ellen Czerniak Charles & Elizabeth D’Amour

Melissa Dane & Delmar Wilcox Edmund DeLaCour & Nancy Lustgarten Tom and Kit Dennis Walter Denny & Alice Robbins Michael DeNucci Charlie & Kelly DeRose Peter & Florence DeRose John Deweese Joseph Dewey Scott Dewolski & Rachel Likover George and Sherry Dickerman Janice Dickstein Jack & Colette Dill George Ditomassi & Michele MegasDitomassi Jan & Robin Dizard DJRJ Charitable Fund Edward & Elena Dodd Dianne & Paul Doherty Lisa Doherty & Jean Deliso Doris & William Doyle Gillian & James Duda John & Janet Egelhofer James Ellis & Trish Farrington Thomas Ewing & Marilyn LondonEwing Patricia Davis & Key Farrington Robert Feldman & Katherine Vorwerk Steven & Donna Feldman Gary & Susan Fentin Robert Ferguson James & Gloria Fox Beth & Stephen Fox Ellen & Richard Freyman Paul Friedmann Randy & Susan Frost Sally & David Fuller Ken & Karen Furst John & Paula Gallup Gamma Broadcsting, LLC David Gang & Roberta HillenbergGang Barbara & James Garvey Walter Giger & May-Wo Foo Giger Jayne & Brad Gill Isabel Glass Myron & Penina Glazer John & Linda Glenn Patrick & Denise Goggins Edward Goldman & Judith Riven Shirley Goldman Dana & Kathleen Goodfield Greenfield Community College Greenfield Savings Bank Sally and Al Griggs Ellen Grobman Stephen & Daphne Hall

Hampshire College Sarah Hancock William & Marsha Harbison Wil Hastings Stephen & Catherine Hays Tom & Jane Hazen Health New England Kathryn & Royster Hedgepeth Ira Helfand & Deborah Smith Thomas & Elaine Henshon Robert & Maureen Hildebrand Holly & Douglas Hobbie Samalid Hogan Hotel Northampton John & Jane Howland Weiguo Hu Margaret Hunt Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation Cathy Ives Jack & Colleen Johnston Martin & Alice Jonas Kevin & Moira Jones Gordon & Susan Josephson Norton & Jeanne Juster Jenny Kallick & Robert Bezucha Deborah Katz Marjorie Kaufman Linda Kaye-Moses & Evan Soldinger Philip Keating Ellen Kennedy & Mark Gold John Kennedy Lucy Kennedy Susan Kimball Carol & Ken Kinsley J. Robert & Gale Kirkwood Ariane Krumholz & Robert Simpson Paul & Cynthia Lambert Sara Lawrence Leslie Lawrence & Ronald Weingartner Karen Lebovits James Leheny Ellen & Allan Leritz Judith Lerner Jerry Lesniak & Joseph Finnegan Jim Levey & Christine Olson Peter & Elizabeth Levin George & Ann Levinger Benjamin & Sharon Liptzin John & Cathryn Lombardi Richard & Linda Lopatka Kathleen Lovell Timothy Lyman & Alden Smith Linda Marston & Dennis Bromery Paul & Margaret Martin Alan & Claudette Marvelli Massachusetts Cultural Council MassMutual Financial Group

Elizabeth & York Mayo Eileen McCaffery-Cuda & Fred Cuda Dan McCreary John McDonald, Jr. Peter Mehlin Angelika Melien Aaron & Cyndy Mendelson Edward & Carol Mierzewski Martin, Brenda, Aaron & Liliya Miller Goldie & Stanley Miller Michael & Nancy Miller Steven Mitus David & Jessica Mix Barrington William & Susan Monks Lisa Moody J. Donald Moon & Lucy Ferriss Charles & Kay Moran Mount Holyoke College Patricia Moyer & Bruce Neumann John & Judith Mullin Caroline Murphy Robyn Newhouse, PhD Bill Newman & Dale Melcher Pam & Gordon Oakes Tom & Eugenia O’Brien Jean O’Connell Ruth Odgren Arthur Olsen Virginia Ondricek Thomas O’Neil O’Reilly, Talbot and Okun Assoc Mike Packard Kate & Peter Pappas Sandon Pearson PeoplesBank Perles Family Foundation Lorna & Dale Peterson Nancy Pick & Lawrence Douglas Hertha Platzer Mr. Platzer & Ms. Cardillo-Platzer Leonard & Adrienne Plotkin John Pollard Betty Rae & Martin Poppo Claire Pryor Jacqueline Quimby Stanley Rabinowitz Tom Randall & Rebecca Miller Nancy & Eric Reeves Mark Reinhardt & Margaret Magavern Wenda Restall Jonathan & Susan Rice Marilyn Riddle Marcia & James Rintoul Joan Rosenbaum Erik & Joanna Rosenthal Rotary Club of Amherst Frederic & Delight Rothery

Jean & Georgeanne Rousseau Vlada Rousseff Sandra & Alan Rubin Fredric Rutberg William Ryan & Susanna Opper Harshad Sanghvi Rosita Sarnoff & Beth Sapery Elizabeth & Robert Schmitt Lin & Richard Schreiber Tom & Lois Schwab Sol Schwartz Roy & Mary Ellen Scott David & Kathleen Scott Dalila Scruggs William & Bonnie Sexton Daniel & Lynne Ann Shapiro Stephen & Leslie Shatz Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, PC Deena & Jim Shriver Lawrence Siddall William & Elizabeth Sillin Jane Sjoman Hubbard & Linda Smith Preston Smith & Lynda Pickbourn Smith College Ruth Solie Michael Sorrell & Jennell Cappo-Sorrell Dave & Jody Soules Ann & David Southworth James Staros & Alice Harris Peggy & David Starr Ilan Stavans & Alison Sparks Lois Stebbins Richard & Carol Steele Patricia Steele-Perkins Joan Steiger Martha & Ron Stewart Elizabeth Stone & Marc Berman Ronald Story Peter Straley & Donna Ross Kristin Stueber Alan & Mary Swedlund Janice Swenson Sarah & Mark Tanner Bill & Jane Taubman Mary & Walter Taylor TD Banknorth & TD Charitable Foundation The Beveridge Family Foundation, Inc. The Dennis Group The O’Connell Companies Eva Thomson & David Artzerounian Gordon Thorne & Anne Woodhull Baer Tierkel & Alison Curphy Eric Tiffany & Lee Park John Todd & Dorothy Nemetz Mark Tolosky & Noreen

Diperri Tolosky Elizabeth Trahan Jay & Ann Turnberg Nancy Tyborowski United Bank Foundation University of Massachusetts Advancement Office Nancy & Bruce Urbschat Diane Vayda Bob & Delores Viarengo Linda Vincent & Thomas Derr Abbie Von Schlegell Phebe Wallace Peter Whalen & Janna Ugone Rev. & Mrs. Stephen White Richard & Betsy Whiting Dudley & Judy Williams Mary Wiseman & Carey Baker Michael Wissemann Joan Wofford Lyman & Merrie Wood Van & Molly Wood David & Elizabeth Woods Jonathan Wright & Meg Kelsey Wright James Young & Lisa Ades Larry Zacharias & Cathy Schoen Ethan Zuckerman & Rachel Barenblat Millie Zweir & Rich Rosen University of Massachuestts Amherst

2013 UNDERWRITERS 62 Center for Theater and Dance at Williams College A2Z Science & Learning Store Academy at Charlemont ACCO Brands AEIOU Amherst AllGreenIT, LLC Alternative Recycling Systems American Inn at Sawmill Park Amherst Apple Harvest Festival Amherst Ballet Amherst Business Improvement District Amherst Club Amherst College - Art In Place Amherst Dental Group Amherst Family Chiropractic Amherst Leisure Services Community Theater Amherst Montessori School Amherst Wines & Spirits Amherst Winter Market  Antioch University, New England Apples & Crafts Fair Arts & Industry Building

Artspace Community Arts Center Atlas Farm Austen Riggs Center Bay Path College Baystate Health Baystate OB/GYN Group, Inc. Bear Bookshop Bement School Benefits Management Group Berkshire Area Health Education Center Berkshire Choral Festival Berkshire Co-op Market Berkshire Cultural Resource Center Berkshire Health Systems Berkshire Photovoltaic Services Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampshire County Bistro 63 at the Monkey Bar Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Massachusetts Boston Arts Festival Boston Early Music Festival Boston Symphony Orchestra Bourke Builders Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce Brattleboro Retreat Bread Euphoria Brook Farm Inn Bulkley Richardson Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts C. J. Cohen Associates C. L. Frank & Company Campus School at Smith College Canterbury Tails Veterinary Clinic Cardno ATC Caring Solutions Cathy Cross Center at Eagle Hill Center Church Hartford Center for Early Childhood Education at Smith College Center for Human Development Center for Public Policy Center for Public Policy and Administration at UMass Chapdelaine’s Home Furnishings Chester Theatre Company Chesterwood Museum Child Trauma Institute Christ the King Lutheran Church in Wilbraham Clark Art Institute Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech

Cliff’s Smokin’ Backyard BBQ & Catering Cochrane Dental Associates Cohn Financial Services Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors Colebrook Realty Services, Inc Colony Care at Home, Inc. Commonwealth Honors College Community Guitar Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture  Connecticut River Watershed Council Construct Associates Conway School of Landscape Design Cooley Dickinson Hospital Cornucopia Corvias Campus Living Cottage Street Studios Country Bank Cowls Building Supply Crafts of Colrain Crocker Communications Daily Hampshire Gazette Davis Financial Group Dean’s Beans DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Deerfield Academy Dennis Group DF Walter Jeweler Dietz and Company Architects Diocese of Springfield Dodson & Flinker Don Muller Gallery Downey, Sweeney, Fitzgerald & Co. Downtown Sounds Drama Studio, Inc. Eagle Hill School Eastern States Exposition Easthampton City Arts Eastworks Electric Earth Concerts Emirzian, Mariano & Associates Energia Studios Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art Farmers Market at the X Ferriter & Ferriter Firefly Salon Five College Center for East Asian Studies Five College Learning in Retirement Flamingo Eventz LLC Florence Savings Bank Fly By Night Flye Cycles Foley-Baker Inc

Forish Construction Company, Inc Franklin Community Co-op Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Franklin Land Trust Free Press Future Health Gage-Wiley & Co., Inc. Gallery A3 Gardens of Wilbraham Glenmeadow Retirement Community Good News Garage Google Granby Pharmacy Greenfield Business Association Greenfield Center School Greenfield Dental Associates Greenfield Savings Bank Guzik Motor Sales Hadley Garden Center Hampden Bank Hampshire College Hancock Shaker Village Hands Across The Valley Quilters Guild Harlow’s Sugar House Hart & Patterson Hartford Seminary Hartford Symphony Orchestra Hartsbrook School Hartt School Chamber Music Series Henion Bakery Higgins Energy Alternatives Historic Deerfield Homework House Hospice of the Fisher Home Hu Ke Lau Huntington Learning Center Innovative Business Systems Insight Meditation Society Integrity Development and Construction, Inc. Iron Horse Entertainment Group Isenberg School Of Management Jackson & Connor Jacob’s Pillow Dance JE Robison Service Jewish Community Center Jewish Geriatric Services JN Phillips Auto Glass Joia Beauty Jonathan Goldin Joseph Chapdelaine & Sons Katalyst Kombucha Keiter Builders, Inc. Kens’ Eyewear Inc Kestrel Land Trust Kinsley Power Systems

Kloter Farms Kuhn Riddle Architects Kurn Hattin Homes Landmark at Monastery Heights Laporte Business Services League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Log Cabin Loomis Communities Lundgren Honda MacDuffie School Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center Marc & Elizabeth Berman Margo Jones Architects Markham Nathan Fund for Social Justice Marlboro Music Festival Mass Match MASS MoCA Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts Massachusetts Review MassConcerts Mead Art Museum Mediterrania Oriental Rugs Memorial Hall in Shelburne Falls Men’s Resource Center Mesa Verde M-F-A Social Documentary Film Program Michael Zide Photography Mike’s Maze/ Warner Farm Miss Hall’s School Mohawk Trail Concerts Molly Cantor Pottery Montessori School of Northampton Mostly Baroque Players Mount Holyoke College Art Museum Mt. Holyoke College Department of  Physics Mullins Center Multi-Arts Museum of Fine Arts, Boston National Fiber National Yiddish Book Center New England Air Museum New England Farm Workers’ Council New England Hydroponics New England Wild Flower Society Noble Feast Catering Noonan Energy Norfolk Chamber Music Festival Northampton Arts Council Northampton Chamber of Commerce Northampton Community Music

Center Northampton Cooperative Bank Northampton Farmer’s Market Northampton Little League Northampton Wools NorthEast Solar Odyssey Bookshop Old Sturbridge Village Old Deerfield Productions Open Square Pancione Associates Paradise City Arts Festival Paradise Copies Pengyew Catering People’s United Bank PeoplesBank Pioneer Saab Pioneer Spine & Sports Physicians Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School  Pioneer Valley Custom Construction Pioneer Valley Montessori School Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School Pioneer Valley Transit authority Pioneer Volvo Porches at MASS MoCA Portabella Fine Catering Principle Profits Asset Management Providence Place Provisions Ray Bates, The British Clockmaker RE Laplante Construction Rehab Resolutions Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Republican Newspapers River Valley Market Riverbend Animal Hospital rk Miles Robinson Donovan, P.C. Rockridge Retirement Community Romano, Pascucci & Co., P.C. Roncari Express Valet Parking Rural Intelligence Salmon Falls Artisans Sandri Companies Sasson, Turnbull, Ryan & Hoose Serio’s Market Sevenars Concerts Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, P.C. ShopRite of Enfield #323 Sidehill Farm Signature Sounds Recordings Silverscape Designs Simmons Graduate School at Mount Holyoke College Simple Diaper and Linen Simsbury Light Opera Singer Potito Associates

SIT Graduate Institute Sitterly Moving and Storage Six-Point Creative Works Sixteen Acres Garden Center Sleep Medicine Services of Western Massachusetts Small Beer Press Smith and Sons Jewelers Smith College Art Museum Smith College Department of Music Spirit Haus Springfield Public Schools St. Germain Investment Management State Street Fruit Store Steve Lewis Subaru Stoneleigh-Burnham School Strada Shoes Suffield Academy T.J’s Taylor Rental of Hadley Tarnow Casual Furniture Teagno Construction Terra Americana Terraclime Geothermal Thomson Financial Management Tigerpress Town of Deerfield Toy Box Amherst Triangle Family Dental TSM Design Turn It Up Records and CDs UMass Amherst Continuing and Professional Education UMass Amherst External Relations and University Events UMass Asian Arts and Culture Program UMass Catering Department UMass College of Humanities and Fine Arts UMass College of Social and Behavioral Sciences UMass Department of Theater UMass Five College Credit Union UMass School of Education Umbra Management, Ltd Union Institute & University United Bank Urology Group of Western New England Valley Ayurveda Valley Home Improvement Valley Jazz Center Valley Light Opera Valley Mindfulness Valley Motor Sports Valley Veterinary Hospital and Inn for Pets Viaggio Group

Webber and Grinnell Insurance Wesleyan Potters Westfield State University Westminster School WGBY Whalen Insurance Whirl Wind Farm Kennel Whole Foods Market Wilbraham & Monson Academy Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival Williams College Williamsburg General Store Williamstown Theater Festival Williston Northampton School Windy Hill Farm Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce Worcester Cultural Coalition Worcester Polytechnic Institute Work Opportunity Center Wright Builders WSU Division of Graduate and Continuing Education Young at Heart Chorus Zoar Outdoor

2013 MEDIA SPONSORSHIPS Arcadia Players Berkshire Bach Society Close Encounters With Music Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival Hampshire Choral Society Hampshire Shakespeare Company Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts Mount Holyoke College Department of Music Music in Deerfield New Century Theatre Northampton Center for the Arts Northampton Jazz Festival Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra Springfield Museums Springfield Public Forum Springfield Symphony Orchestra Temple Beth El UMass Fine Arts Center Yellow Barn

BOARD OFFICERS / EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Paul Lambert Vacant Samalid Hogan Ken Furst Dennis Bromery Ellen Freyman

DIRECTORS

Eric Bachrach Carey Baker John Brady Rosemary Caine James Duda Robert Feldman Dr. Paul Friedmann Dr. Stephen Hall Jenny Kallick Angelika Melien Rebecca Miller Claudia Perles Irv Rhodes Preston Smith James Staros Dr. Steve Wittenberg

ADVISORS

Janet Bowdan Jennell Cappo-Sorrell Stewart Creelman Ariane Krumholz Jim Leheny Katherine Perkins Robert Pura Kathy Service Lynne Anne Shapiro Dr. Kristin Stueber

EX OFFICIO Neal Abraham Marc Berman John Kennedy Martin Miller

EMERITUS

Sandon Pearson Lorna Peterson

President Vice President Treasurer Clerk

Five Colleges Committee Nominating/Board Governance Committee Chair, Finance/Audit Committee Finance/Audit Committee Chair, Outreach/Special Events Committee Chair, Nominating/Board Governance Committee

Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Five Colleges Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Nominating/Board Governance Committee Finance/Audit Committee Finance/Audit Committee Finance/Audit Committee Five Colleges Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Five Colleges Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Finance/Audit Committee Five Colleges Committee Five Colleges Committee Nominating/Board Governance Committee

Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Nominating/Board Governance Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Nominating/Board Governance Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee

Executive Director, Five Colleges Immediate Past President Vice Chancellor for University Relations, UMass Amherst CEO & General Manager, NEPR

Outreach/Special Events Committee Outreach/Special Events Committee

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