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Welcome to YOUR Arts Council Thank you for your interest in the fourth edition of our program guide. We created this guide to share information about upcoming exhibits, opportunities for children, and high caliber artists. Our hope is that your curiosity is rewarded as you learn about our work throughout Moore County – thanks to our advertisers and patrons like you. Founded in 1973, the Arts Council of Moore County is a nonprofit, charitable organization whose mission is to inspire and strengthen our community through the arts. Our offerings are reflective of our rich diversity, facilitating affordable access to the arts. Our galleries and offices are at Campbell House, located in a picturesque 14-acre park at 482 East Connecticut Avenue in Southern Pines. For more than 100 years, Campbell House has been a beacon of culture, enhancing and influencing civic life. Once a part of the Weymouth estate, Campbell House is among our region’s most significant landmarks, listed on the National Register for Historic Places. In addition to the Arts Council, the manor is also home to the Boy Scouts of America, Southern Pines Garden Club, and Southern Pines Recreation and Parks Department.
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The Arts Council hosts hundreds of artists annually, showcasing local, regional and national artists working in various media. Artwork changes frequently, making every gallery visit fresh and new, and a great place to find the perfect gift. We serve over 15,000 children each year through our youth programs in every public, private, charter, and home school. Programs encompass visual and performing arts, scholarships to children pursuing their creative talents, and a partnership with ArtistYear, the first national AmeriCorps program for artists dedicating themselves to a year of service to our country. Other programs include a chamber music series and premier jazz gala featuring world-class musicians, Artours to destinations of cultural interest, Autumnfest in partnership with the Town of Southern Pines, and support for local arts organizations with grants, ticket sales, and publicity. This is YOUR Arts Council and we invite you to help sustain our work by becoming a member today. Joining is easy. Just visit www.MooreArt.org to learn more. Your support makes this a strong and beautiful community – resilient with the arts at its core.
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Council, discovering the organization during the Something Moore tag sale back in July 2021. An Army Captain currently training for Special Operations, he and girlfriend Gina Bianchi are a welcome addition at openings where they enjoy mixing with other art enthusiasts – and helping staff tidy-up after the event. Down the road from Campbell House is Fort Bragg, one the world’s largest military bases with around 57,000 personnel, not including civilian workers and contractors. This proximity to the base has resulted in a population jump and an increase in the number of people with masters degrees or beyond. The Arts Council has been a beneficiary through members, trustees and staff with military ties. Richards is among the wave of newcomers, born in Baltimore and raised in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. He took piano lessons as a child and at age 13, taught himself guitar and joined a band, writing and recording music in the family basement. While at West Point Jon Richards & Gina Bianchi Military Academy, a at the National Gallery of Art fellow cadet with a music background helped him develop his talent. After graduation in 2016, he tested the waters with an EP called Summer Daze, a unique blend of “pop hip-hop” posted on SoundCloud. “My main artistic interest is music,” explains Richards, who works under the stage name Jon Richie. “I’ve performed in Dallas, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; New York City; and Raleigh and Wilmington, North Carolina. No giant venues, but being able to play
before a live audience is great experience.” Shopping for vinyl records at thrift shops led to his interest in visual art. “While looking for records, my girlfriend and I came across interesting paintings,” he recounts. “We’d get home and research the artists. Some of the pieces we picked up for $10 were actually worth $100-$200. We started looking for art, developing an eye for various styles.” “The first thing we do is take pictures and use Google Lens to do a reverse image search,” says Richards. “For Richards viewing his art collection every one in twenty tries, it actually pulls up the artist or similar paintings that you can scroll through for a signature match.” In time, Richards learned how to date paintings by examining the canvas and wood used for stretchers. “Whether a canvas is stapled or nailed to the stretcher also provides clues,” he says. “After that, we look at the signature and try to find information about the artist.” A remarkable find was an original Sally Michelle Avery. “I started doing research and realized that her originals are valued up to $50,000,” he shares. “Right now, my favorite artist is Callen Schaub. He does paintings using a swinging bucket with slots that allow paint to flow out using gravity and motion rather than a brush.” “Whenever we go to a new city, one of our favorite things is visiting art museums,” says Richards. “You get more of the city’s culture from their galleries and a feel for the people that actually live there.” Learn more at www.MooreArt.org
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Development Director Born in Hamlet, NC, Ray began working as our development director in 2017. He is responsible for advancing relationships with our many wonderful supporters. He is also a gifted writer who is a contributor to Pinehurst Living and Sandhills magazines, and his work has been featured in Europe and across the U.S. Recent work includes writing the words for a Songs From The Bleeding Pines by composer David Ludwig, premiering locally in our Classical Concert Series on April 25, 2022 at Sunrise Theater. To learn more about Ray, we asked him several questions about himself... Where have you lived? I'm a lifelong Sandhills resident, summering in Western NC as a child, with extended stays in Africa, Europe, Mexico, and the Middle East. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? They pay me not to sing in church, but I'd love to be able to do that. What is your favorite indoor/outdoor activity? I love long-distance hiking. When you have 30 minutes of free time, how do you pass the time? I usually read. If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet? Gautama Buddha. What is your favorite or most inspirational place in Moore County? The longleaf pine ecosystem – deep in the woods. What is your favorite thing about working at the Arts Council? The amazing people I encounter and helping, at least in part, to inspire and strengthen our community through the arts. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? Take the best and leave the rest. Thanks, Ray, for making the Arts Council a great community asset!
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Mary Wright Inspires More Than Artists “A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others.” ~ Salvador Dali
In 1996, the Arts Council presented the first annual Young People’s Fine Arts Festival (YPFAF), an art exhibit featuring Moore County students in grades K-12. The idea came from an art teacher who wanted to display her students’ art to the community in a real gallery. For 26 years, the YPFAF has been the Arts Council’s most popular and best attended exhibits. In addition to the 300+ pieces of art in the show, hundreds of families and friends flock to Campbell House Galleries on the first Friday in March to see the children’s work. One person who has made sure her students participate is Mary Wright, the art teacher at Crain’s Creek Middle School in Carthage, NC. Mary worked for fifteen years in advertising as an art director before deciding to go back to school for her teaching degree. Now in her seventeenth year, she has participated in the YPFAF all but her first year of teaching. “I am a big advocate of being involved in community activities for the arts and competitions for my students,” states Mary. Wright accepting the 2021 1st place school award for Crain’s Creek
Over the years, Mary has had wonderful experiences in the YPFAF. In addition to Crain’s Creek Middle winning first place several times for the best body of artwork, her favorite memory is from her student, Hailey Post. After winning Best in Show, Hailey admitted that she would have never received this honor without Mary’s encouragement to enter her artwork – a piece that Hailey didn’t like at first. Mary says, “Every student that is chosen has a special quality in their artwork that stands out from the rest, and it’s great to have the YPFAF to show the community how amazing and talented our students are!” Mary’s influence doesn't stop once her students move on from middle school. Three of her students were best friends and competitive with their art projects. They took art every semester in middle school and became personal friends with Mary, who continued to mentor them into college. They all stay in touch to this day. While COVID may prevent the typical opening reception and awards ceremony, don’t miss the 2022 Young People’s Fine Arts Festival on view March 4-25, (weekdays, 10a-5p), and Saturday, March 19 (2-4p) at Campbell House. The exhibit is free and open to the public – face masks and physical distancing is requested while in the gallery.
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In the last issue of our Program Guide, I wrote about the challenges of presenting live concerts during a pandemic. The roller coaster ride of COVID numbers still has me nervous, but I believe we are on the downside of the pandemic. With that glimmer of hope, I am proud to announce the next concerts in our popular Classical Concert Series (CCS). Our first concert will feature the American Brass Quintet (ABQ) on April 4, 2022 at 8 p.m. in the Sunrise Theater. ABQ is internationally recognized as one of the premier chamber music ensembles of our time and their legacy is unparalleled in the brass world. The group has been in residence at The Juilliard School since 1987 and the Aspen Music Festival since 1970. Their rich history includes acclaimed performances all over the world, a discography of nearly 60 recordings, and premieres of over 150 contemporary brass works. The second concert will feature the Brooklyn Art Song Society (BASS) on April 25, 2022 at 8 p.m. in the Sunrise Theater. BASS, one of the preeminent organizations dedicated to the vast repertoire of poetry set to music, will be joined on stage by musicians from Philosonia in a concert featuring the Sandhills premiere of Songs from the Bleeding Pines by composer David Ludwig and words by Ray Owen. Ludwig is Dean and Director of The Juilliard School music division. The cost for both concerts is $50 per person for Arts Council members ($60 for nonmembers) or $35 per person for one concert. Tickets are now on sale at the Arts Council offices (Campbell House, 482 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines) or call 910-692-ARTS (2787). CCS is sponsored by Parsec Financial and Charles Schwab. By the time the first notes are played in April, 756 days will have passed since we last presented a live CCS concert. But who’s counting? Well, I am, and I hope to see you in that lucky audience. Sponsors: Learn more at www.MooreArt.org
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LEGACIES HELP FUTURE ARTISTS Barnes & Travis family gifts help children pursue their art Where do great ideas come from? In the case of the Arts Council’s Barnes-Travis Arts Scholarship, the idea came from two special places—the family and friends of Harry Barnes and Vaud Ancil Travis III. Harry Barnes was a long-time arts lover and supporter. Retired from Stanley Furniture, he gave time and talent to many organizations, such as serving as the Arts Council’s board president and as a devoted member of the Southern Pines First Baptist Church choir. After his death in 1999, Harry’s family asked that memorial gifts be made to the Arts Council. Looking for the best way to use the donations, the Barnes’ family helped create a fund to offer sholarships to middle and high school students interested in pursuing their talents in the arts. In 2000, the first scholarships were awarded to Clay Perry (current band director at North Moore High & professional trumpeter) and Jeremy Huggins (UNC School of the Arts graduate & performer at Winston-Salem Festival Ballet & High Point Ballet). Less than a year later, the family of Vaud Ancil Travis III called us to offer a donation in memory of their son, who died at the age of 40. Travis was an award-winning teacher in Tuscan, AZ and a talented pianist. The Travis family appreciated the creativity behind the scholarship so much, their gift tripled the scholarship fund size, thus allowing the Arts Council to support more children to follow artistic passions. Since its inception, the Barnes-Travis Arts Scholarship has awarded 172 scholarships totaling over $62,500. In addition to private art and music lessons, scholarships have funded participation in such programs as the American Ballet Theatre, Parson School for Design, UNC School of the Arts, Mark O’Connor String Camp, and New York Film Academy, just to name a few. If you know a talented middle or high school student who wishes to attend a summer music camp or take private art or music lessons, please let them know the deadline to apply this year is March 3, 2022. If you wish to make a donation to support more scholarships or want more information, please visit www.MooreArt.org or call the Arts Council at 910-692-ARTS (2787).
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For Southern Pines artist Linda Storm, nature has always been a constant inspiration and solace. Most of her life, she was drawn to work of a classical nature, trying to capture light in a landscape or a faithful likeness. She has recently abandoned these pursuits in favor of the spontaneous joy of discovery, allowing her artistic impulses to guide and direct her in the making of images. See the current stage of her journey at the Arts Council’s exhibit from April 1-27, 2022 at Campbell House Galleries, along with woodturner Michael Selemi. When were you first introduced to art? I was around five years old when I became obsessed with drawing in chalk on a small blackboard hung on our basement wall. My grandfather kept me supplied with paper and art supplies. He also took me to the Metropolitan Museum of Art where I was overwhelmed by the Rembrandt portraits and the landscapes of the Hudson River School. “Harvest Moon” by Linda Storm
What art mediums do you work in? I am currently working in oil, wax, acrylic ink, and collage.
What themes are present in your art? My most recent art is about observing, listening and being open and receptive to the unpredictable paths and stories that the paintings themselves dictate. I feel liberated in not being the director, but merely the mechanic that holds the brush. What is the most memorable response to your art? When I did commissioned portraits, I felt most worthy of my client's trust when they were moved to tears. Now I feel great joy when someone looking at one of my paintings is moved to tell me about something that they see that I didn't and the realization that my painting can be a source of unlimited perceptions. What is the best piece of advice you have received? Attempt what is not certain. Certainty may come later. It may then be a valuable delusion.
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Featuring: Painter Linda Storm & Woodturner Michael Salemi April 1-27, 2022 | Campbell House Galleries The Arts Council’s April exhibit showcases two artists who have changed their creative focus – one from a different artistic style and the other from a different career. For each, the results are personally and professionally beneficial, and the beneficiaries are those who see and enjoy their work. Linda Storm’s grandfather encouraged her artistic path early in life by taking her to see the Rembrandt collection at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The masterpieces had a definite effect. “The paintings seemed alive and I wanted to do this. It was like a religious experience – so powerful,” says Linda. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence at a time when conceptual art and Sea & Land Bowl, blue epoxy & manzanita by Michael Salemi Minimalism were the rage and classical painting was frowned upon. Determined to pursue her love of painting, she spent four years living in a van and driving across the U.S., Canada and Mexico doing portraits at festivals and on street corners. For several years, she designed tiles in Santa Fe, did commission portraits and murals in San Francisco, before moving to Massachusetts to start a family while continuing her commission work. She finally landed in Southern Pines where she studied with classical realist D. Jeffrey Mims Although classical art is back in fashion, Linda has abandoned the genre. She now finds inspiration in nature and seeks the spontaneous joy of artistic discovery, allowing instinct to guide her creativity. “I’ve gone to the other side where I never wanted to go before," she explains. "At this point in my life, I’m finding it liberating.” Michael Salemi, a woodturner from Chapel Hill, decided to focus on his craft after retiring from the Economics Department at UNC at Chapel Hill, his talent sparked by woodturning classes at John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC and by the Chapel Hill Woodturners. His work strikes a balance between classic design and a belief that the wood has something to say. “The former leads me to create pleasing proportions in my spindles and pleasing curves in my bowls,” Michael states. “The latter leads me to look to the wood for suggestions of shape and texture.” Recently, Michael has been combining wood with epoxy resin to shape into final vessels. This combination allows him to use traditional turning skills to make highly unique pieces. “The beauty of woodturning is that there is always some new challenge, some new way to help the wood speak,” he adds. Palustris: Turn Again is the Arts Council's annual April exhibit, the name taken from the Latin name for the longleaf pine. The exhibit, presented in association with Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve, will be on display April 1-27 (weekdays, 10am-5pm) and Sat., April 16 (2-4pm). The exhibit is free and open to the public. COVID precautions are suggested, including face masks and distancing. Campbell House is located at 482 E. Connecticut Ave. in Southern Pines.
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Michael Salemi is an economics professor turned wood turner. He is particularly attracted to blocks of decaying wood or pieces found on burn piles. These “castaways” can reward the turner with dramatic color and pattern, but require careful navigation of the voids and negative spaces. Come see Michael’s work for yourself at the Arts Council’s exhibit from April 1-27, 2022 at Campbell House Galleries, along with artist Linda Storm. When were you first introduced to art? I have been an art enthusiast my entire life. I fondly remember seeing the Georgia O’Keeffe retrospective at the Art institute of Chicago in the 1960’s and regularly visiting the Walker Art Museum during my years in Minneapolis. I first attempted “Often Interrupted Bowl” (maple root) to produce art during graduate school when I made some stained-glass lamps and a few pieces of furniture. At the time, I thought of that work as therapy because it was tactile and because I could show product after each work session – in contrast to my work on my Ph.D. dissertation. Who or what are your artistic influences? When I retired, I knew that I would be content only if I had activities to keep me occupied. I decided to try wood turning and found I liked it a lot. I took courses from Bill & Jim Wallace at Alamance Community College, enrolled in a workshop at John C. Campbell Folk School, and finally joined the Chapel Hill Woodturners. I credit the experienced turners in Chapel Hill Woodturners, especially Frank Penta, for helping me grow. What is the most memorable response to your art? I am always happy when a customer chooses a piece of my work and particularly happy when I see them again and learn that they still like it. But I am particularly excited when a fellow artist chooses one of my pieces especially if they see in it what I intended them to see. What is your favorite place in Moore County? I have not spent a great deal of time in Moore County. But I have walked in, and much enjoyed, Weymouth Woods where I collected the longleaf pinecones which I used in a couple of pieces for my show. What is the best piece of advice you have been given? “Let the wood speak.” That is, let the natural beauty of the wood manifest itself as much as possible. Learn more about Michael: Michael-Salemi.SquareSpace.com or Etsy.com/Shop/SalemiWoodturnings
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The Arts Council of Moore County is grateful to the following donors. With their contributions they inspire & strengthen our community through the arts. ~ September 20, 2020 – September 20, 2021 ~ $20,001+
Anonymous North Carolina Arts Council Town of Southern Pines (in-kind) U.S. Small Business Administration
$5,001 – $10,000
County of Moore Ernst Ludwig Timmel Family Endow. John & Catherine Earp Moore County Schools National Endowment for the Arts John & Jo Williams
$1,001 – $5,000
Aberdeen NC Self Storage (in-kind) James & Judith Allen Judy Allen Elaine Baillie Chris Brown Cele Bryant Frances Campbell Charles Schwab Jane Clark Natasha Corday & Tim Russell Duke Energy Eye Candy Gallery First Bank FirstHealth Foundation Marion & John Gaida Douglas & Lydia Gill Jocelyn B. Glynn Ron & Anna Goodrich Marilyn Grube Cleon P. Hayes Healy Wholesale Company (in-kind) Durant C. Holler III Judson Theatre Co./Morgan Sills Landseer Properties Lin Hutaff’s Pinehurst Realty Group Jessie Stuart Mackay Moore County Community Foundation Sofie D. Moyle Gwen C. Murray Richard Norland Dr. & Mrs. Donald Parks Parsec Financial Wealth Mgmt. Penick Village People Helping People/Randolph EMC The Pilot/PineStraw Magazine (in-kind) Pinehurst Resort Suzanne & Max Powell Sandhills Community College Sandhills Pediatrics Howard Schubert & Meridith Martens SP Rotary Club Charitable Foundation Oliver & Wanda Sweeney Jr.
$501 – $1,000
195 American Fusion Cuisine Aberdeen Exterminating Drs. Jeffrey & Lynda Acker Ankle & Foot Podiatry Clinic Pridie Ariail Kerry Arnold Artistic Kitchens Allen & Emily Averbook Bell Tree Tavern Brownback & Thomasson David & Frieda Bruton Suzanne Burgess Margaret Burnett Paula M. Caddell Carolina Horse Park Judy C. Casey Casino Guitars Chapman’s Food & Spirits The Country Bookshop Mrs. John Daughtridge Debra Rhodes Smith/Fine Art Services Roberta & Patrick Dewar Episcopal Day School Sharon Ferguson First Bank
Flowland Counter-Culture Outlet FORE Properties Stuart & Lisa Fulghum Doris & Pete Gulley/Gulley’s Garden Center Honeycutt Jewelers IBM International Foundation Jay-Kar Contracting John Gessner Photography Kings Custom Framing Katherine & Duncan MacRae Russell & Ann McAllister Jr. Millicent Moats & Art Medeiros Paula & Bill Montgomery Glenn Moore Moore County Airport Jeffrey & Laura Morgan Mosquito Authority Moubry Family Dentistry Liz Murray & Mike Bartee Nature’s Own The O’Neal School Martha G. Parsons Pine Gables of Aberdeen (in-kind) Poyner Spruill LLP Craig & Beth Pryor Katherine Pyne Rubicon Farm Rollin & Frank Shaw Barbara Sherman Kim & William Sobat Southern Pines Brewing Company Southern Pines Chiropractic Beth & Ted Franke Stevens Linda Storm & John Mazzarino REMAX of the Pines/Pinky Doyle Richard & Sherry Upchurch Mickey & Richard Walker Ward Productions (in-kind) Whistle Stop Press (in-kind) Jo DeWitt Wilson Carole C. Winding Kathy Wright Youngblood College Consulting
$251 – $500
Aging Outreach Service Eric & Anita Alpenfels Constance Atwell & Ron Schuch George Baehne Lane Bergstrom Cynthia Birdsall Brenda & Bob Blackwell Peter & Elizabeth Blick John & Nancy Bouldry Katherine & Bryant Bozarth Carolyn Brady Carla & Alan Butler Sue Byrd & Glenn Bradley Cathy & David Carter Dr. Jim & Pat Cole Liz Whitmore & Rex Connor Charlie & Terry Cook Cooper Ford John & Evelyn Dempsey Joy Blake Donat & Luke Donat James & Andrea Donoghue Scott Evans Eve Avery Arthur & Joan Fish Susan W Gaines Bobbie Jo Grissinger Elizabeth A. Harper Lynne & Fritz Healy Roberta Holinko Lois Holt HomeChoice Network Jane Jackson Ellen Jordan Jugtown Pottery Michele & Steven Kastner Joanne & Kirby Kilpatrick Kirk Tours Little Insurance Floreen Maroncelli
Mary & Elliott Wood Foundation Bill & Donna May Harlan McCaskill Dr. Tommy B. McDonell McNeill Oil & Propane Ginger & Ed Monroe Moore County Choral Society Earl & Suzy Morgan Susan Greatorex & Paul Newnam Pat & Nancy Oakley Jeanne Paine Paula & Donald Parke PC Housecalls Julie Petrini Richard Prevatt Frank & Missy Quis Margot Rawlings Joyce Reehling Rick & Jeanie Riordan Alice & Wayne Robbins Robbins, May & Rich Christina Robinson Jutta S. Scheck John W. Shannon Milton & Elaine Sills Judith Silver Thai Orchid Ginny & Keith Thomasson Dr. David C. Thornton Aurele M. Timken Goldie & Alan Toon Martha & George Tournas Marilyn Vendemia Dr. Carol Wadon & Bruce Jaufmann Paula Weiss Jack & Claudie Wells Joyce White Jim & Michele Williford Bob & Jeanne Zimmerman
$101 – $250
Phyllis & Alton Arnold Artists League of the Sandhills Roger & Betsy Baldelli Mae Charles Barnes Linda & Jon Beard Maureen & Larry Behning Judith Bender Neil Bergman & Kasmin Davis Mr. & Mrs. Ernest S. Bessette Jr. Patricia Black Blackbaud Giving Fund Betsey B. Blake Glenn N. Bower Lucinda R. Boyd Evie Brassie Scott & Sonja Brewton Gladys S. Britt David & Marin Brooks Robert & Monika Brown Joe Brown Linda & David Bruening Dr. Barry & June Buchele Ellen Mary Burke Monty & Ann Busick Jennifer Butters Darroll & Adele Buytenhuys Linda & Rob Caldwell Dr. & Mrs. Edward Carey Jane Casnellie Roger & Pinkie Castanien Deborah & David Castle Richard & Pidgie Chapman Barbara M. Chope Eric & Linda Christenson William & Trish Christina Annette Christy Lucinda Cole Gregory & Denise Collins Kelly & Cyleste Coppage Scott & Patricia Corbett R. Riveter Charlie & Nancy Cunningham Joe & Nancy Currie
Dixon & Thompson Law, PLLC Elizabeth A. Donaldson Ann Doster Carmen Drake Linda Drott Chris & Rebecca Dunn Ben & Caroline Eddy Cindy Edgar Dale & JoAnn Erickson Holly W. Floyd Lori Foringer Shirley & Bill Frei Gordon Fung Eleanor & Tom Gallagher Billiegene A. Garner Kenneth & Nancy Geddes Russell & Mavis Gentry Bonita Gilbertson Michelle & Manilo Goetzl Kay Goulet William E. Jr. & Mary Gozzi Linda Wheeler Gurnik Joseph & Sharon Hakas Jim & Mary Ann Halstead Adam & Ray Halstead Paul Hammock & Sandy Tremblay Lynn & Mike Hancock Thomas Hart John & Allison Haywood Betty Hendrix Floyd & Courtney Herndon Rob & Carie Hill George Hoffman Thomas Holleman Hollyfield Design Anne Louise Howell Ikuko Hussey Jeff & Severine Hutchins Susan I. Jaehne Dr. Barbara E. James Lindsay Jones Tammy Joyce Judith Kelley Daniel Kelly Warner W. Kent Rick & Dot Kimelman Trudy Koeze Cookie Kremer Chris & Susan Kushay Wilma Laney Mark Epstein & Julia Latham Leslie Lucey Hayden A. Luczka Ruth Mazeau Ludwig Lawrence & Christine MacBean Frank Maser & Company Cara Mathis Susan B. & Michael Mauney Jane Maynard Dr. & Mrs. William McDermott McDevitt Town & Country Kate McDonald Mr. & Mrs. Michael McGinnis Robert McCall & Pamela Guest John & Mary Margaret McNeill Jr. Nancy McNiff Linda McVicker Linn Van Meter & Robert Hill Long Charles & Diana Meyer Michael Lamb Interiors Stuart & Helen Probst Mills Lisa Mitchell Mockingbird on Broad Kamron & Clement Monroe Doris G. Moon Sharon Murphy Marion Nash Harry & Marilyn Neely Deirdre Newton Mary Murrill Oakes Elizabeth & John Oettinger Walker & Judy Oldham Thomas & Kathleen Oleson Charles W. & Bonnie Parker
$101 – $250 continued
Joe & Sarah Parrish Stuart & Alison Paul Kathy Petz John & Susan Pfisterer Milton Pilson Robert & Laura Auman Pitts Joseph E. Poirier Larry & Jane Postlethwaite Shirley Potter Patricia Pottle Christine Pritchard Chuck & Janet Pruitt Gail Puleo John & Maureen Reeves Barbara A. Reining Liz & Jonathan Richman Scott Robinson Jack & Irene Rouhier Patricia Rudovsky Janice Russ Andrea & Dale Schmidt Jean K. Schmidt Jeanette “Jan” Schnell Gerald & Elaine Schwartz David Secrist David W. & Linda Seiberling Bruce & Sally Shute Karen & Gerald Sienicki Joseph & Suzanne Sikes Debra & William Smith Gigi Schofield & Gay Smith Frances Soboeiro KC Sorvari Russell Stephens Sarita Stevens Bill & Elizabeth Strickland Marjorie J. Sullivan Donna & Tom Swantkowski Edward T. Taws Jr. Linda Taylor David Thomas Patricia Thomas Geraldine Turk Barbara Vainio Donna Verrilli Howard Warren John & Allison Watson Charles & Maritza Webb Nancy Weisser Bob Wetherbie Deborah B. Whitley Cindy & Howard Williams George & Mickey Wirtz Ron & Nancy Workman Mary M. Wright Neal & Judy Yocom Melissa & David York Nanette S. Zeller Rae-Lynn & Steve Ziegler
$100 & under
Christine Abbott Anne & Richard Agnew David & Rebecca Ainslie Dr. John Alexander Ross Allen Margaret Andersen Jasmine Anderson Iris & Jim Angle Rich & Linda Angstreich John & Mary-Scott Arnold Robert & Jane Asdal Donald & Judy Auch Ed & Kim Auman Charleen Baggett & Rick Strickler Leslie Bailey Barbara Bailey Denise Baker Larry & Jane Barnett Larry & Candy Baucom John & Janet Baumeister Elizabeth Beck Thomas Beddow Timothy & Rebecca Beittel Kathleen Bergquist Sharon Berkshire Lesley Berkshire Larry & Betsy Best Angelina Bianchi
Terri Birkhauser Christel Birney Beverly Bizzell Joan Blair JoAnn Blair-Adams Janice & Greg Blower Richard Boden & Joanne MacKara Molly Boggis Boles Funeral Home Donna Borowick Vicki Bradley Joyce & Robert Bramwell Annie Brechtelsbauer Bobbie Britt Barnes Brooks Jury & Susan Brown Joan Bruno Jacqueline Bryan Marcia Bryant James & Lucille Buck Manfred Buller Janet Burdick Carolyn Burns Bob & Catherine Burns Hazlette Huskins Burns Martha & Franklin Butler Amy Butters Lucy Cain Anne & Bill Callison Nancy Campbell Mitch & Patricia Capel Jeanine Carfagna Tama Carlin Dawson & Bertha Carr Michael & Jan Carter Alfred & Wendy Carter Mary Lynn Carubba Richard Cavedo Nila Chamberlain Betty H. Chandler Maureen Clark Davis & Kim Clark Jeff & Sue Clark Mary Ann & Ward Clark Donna Clemens Felicia E. Close Sara Coley Owen & Susan Collins Mike Conry Anne Cook Sara Copeland Robert & Rosemary Corcoran Patrick & Judy Corso Robert Costello Valerie Cox Anne Crabbe Ann Craigmile Maureen Cremins Lynette Crosby Kate Curtin Melody Curtis Karol & Sean Curtis Holly & Robert Daane Eugene & Abbey Daly Helene & Paul Daly Carol Damone Albert & Annette Daniels Yvonne Daniels Gisela Danielson Jerry & Mitzi Dare Nancy Davis Bonnie Davis Diana Davis Jim Davis Philip H. De Turk Ken & Maureen Deceuster Marie Dee Martha DeVault Susan deYoung Betty M. DiBartolomeo Myron & Barbara Dice Maria D. DiStefano Alioto Ann Dixon Robert & Patricia Donaldson James & Pamela Dougherty Bob & Bonnie Dougherty Beth G. Dowd Nicholas & Margo Drakos Eleanore Dreher Patricia S. Dube
Linda & Stuart Dunn Paul Dunn Martha Dunnagan Shari Dutton Barbara Dvorozniak Harriet B. Ecker Elliotts On Linden Drs. Nancy & John Ellis Elise & Bill Ellis Mary & Bill Elsesser Mary P. Enroth Marilyn Erickson Angela Estes Kathy & Gary Evans Bucky & Jan Evans Katherine Ewing Pamela Faircloth & Mark Elliott Jack & Doris Fairfield Dr. & Mrs. Homer Ferguson John L. Fetzer Hartley C. Fitts Sharon Fitzgerald Rich & Diane Flanegan Les & Jill Fleisher Eugene Fletcher Susan Fletcher Mary Fogarty Louis G. Foye Charles Fraser David & Heather Funk Mark & Louise Futrell Lauralee & Peter Gebhard Margaret Gehan Jane George John & Marilyn Gerney Sybil Gibbons Nickolas Christopher & Bonnie Gillman Agnes Gioconda Janice Goldblum Brandon & Molly Goodman Carol Gradwohl Adriane Gram Sharon Granito Joy & Donald Grant Emily Graziano Vanessa Grebe Sara Green Maggie Greene Linda K. L. Gregory Yolande D. Griffin Dr. Soledad Griffin Pam Griner Pat & Clark Groseth Molly Gwinn Mary Ann Habets Tish & Steve Hagler Bertram Hall Mandy Hambel L. Wayne & Betty Hamblin Bill & Linda Hamel Jean Peters & Doug Hardisty Paul & Kathy Harkness Robert & Marjeanne Harling Sharon & Michael Harrell Elizabeth Harry Bobbie Hartig Gloria Hartley John R. & Carolyn Hatcher Jr. Nancy Heilman Sara & Adley L Hemphill Johanna Herring Paul & Alice Herrington Paula V. Hill Grace Hill Joseph Hill Catherine K. Hilton Marjorie R Hilton Alexander Kenji Holecek Peter & Anne Holmes Geneva Howard William & Linda Hrabowecky David & Cleta Hubbard Susan Huberth Sandy Huberth Marilee & Ken Huntley Susan H. Huston Annette Martin & Carole Huston Alison Ives Jim & Brenda Jamison
Arlyle C. Jannuzzo Arlene Jenkins Rick & Cinnamon LeBlanc Johnson Melva & William C. Johnston Dickey Jones Lynne M. Jones Robert & Mary Kadarauch Nancy Kaeser Marcey Katzman M J & Tom Keane Michael Kearney & Kate Rigg Barbara Keating Karla L. Keating Tom & Nancy Kees Skip & Sally Kendrick Barbara Kennedy Thomas & Valerie Kessinger Trisha Killeen Elizabeth Kimsey Charlene Kinelski LuAnn Kinney Laureen Kirk Ray & Martha Lou Kirkland Velma Kistler Scott Kittrell Alana Knuff Jerry & Jan Kozel Dr. John & Anne Krahnert Jr. Matt & Betty Kuhn Lisa Laidlaw Marilyn Lamon Ann Langford Christian & Sharon Lavedan Marjorie Lavoie Sharon Lawson Ronald Layne Janet Lehman Kathleen Leuck Patricia Lewin Kevin Lewis Janis & Bernard Loehr John & Terry Lowry Janet Lowry Jan & Marjorie Ludwig Ronald Lunn Donald & Coralie Lynn Constance Mack Jane Malloy Wendy & Mike Malone Rebecca Maness Bill & Amalia Mangum Virginia Marcos Allyson & Christopher Markotich Kim Marlin Dorothy & Maurice Martin Kelly Martin Mike & Susan Mason Susan Mason Mr. & Mrs William F. Matthews, Jr. John May Mary O McAden Pat McBride Judy McCaffrey Diane McCall Mack & Sue McClain Dennis McCracken Richard & Maryann McCrary Denis C. McCullough Rob McCullough Elizabeth McDavid Patrick & Donnalee McDonald Lynn & Buck McGugan Joy A. McGugan Rod & Cynthia McIver Sue B. McKenzie Addison McLamb Pat McMahon Linda B. McNeill Robert & Linda McVay Joan Meade Steadman Meares Mary Meier Ronni & Morton Meltzer Roey & Rob Mendel Steve & Julie Menendez Michael Mention Rita & Rob Menzies Belize Menzies Cynthia Miecznikowski Peggy Miller
$100 & under continued
Kathleen Miller James Miller Cathy Milligan Jon & Jan Minoff Bonnie Mirmak Ulrike Misegades Linda Mizell & Steve Shea John & Evelyn Monroe Lynne Moore Dian Moore Johanna Moran Raymond & Tammy Morris Dr. & Mrs. H.M. Morrison Jr. Marian S. Morrison Craig & Marianne Moulton Dolores Muller Pamela Munger Dorothy Myerson Jackie Garris & Nelson Neil Helen Neill Bill & Linda Newman Sandra & Sidney Newman Virginia & Philip Notestine Mary Novitsky & Lenny Zorcik Sarah & John O’Brien Nancy O’Connell Chuck & Penny O’Donnell John O’Malley Jim Obi Katy & Ric Ong Stephen J. & Ilene Opet The Organizer Wayne & Judy Osborne Greta Ouimette Johnny O’s Awards Margaret Owen Ray Owen Burton & Helen Ozment Richard Pabst & Pamela Bradley Art & Ann Parker George & Patricia Parker Reagan & Linda Parsons Helen Patch Richard & Deborah Paul
Tania Paul Janet Peele Menno & Suzanne Pennink Susan Peters Chuck & Cav Peterson Sandra & Randall Phillips Betty B. Pigg Thea Pitassy Jeanne Player Margaret Pluff Sue Pockmire Kathy & George Poteat Bill & Rose Powers John Presley Louise Price Dr. Gus D. Prince Martha Ragland Elizabeth R. Rainoff Joseph Rasmus Jeanne Ratchford Raven Pottery & Craft Gallery Julia Ann Reddy Tom Reedy John Regan Bartley & Peggy Reuter Mary D. Rhodes Jonathan Richards Lisa Richman & Dean Segovis Cynthia M. Robinson Elizabeth Robinson Aaron Robinson Michele Rockett Alice Romans-Hess Tony & Camilla Rothwell Paul Rogow & Ms. Carol Gemson Beth E. Roy Sandy Rudolph Mary F. Rush Susan Rush Michael & Irene Russell Raymond Ryan Robert Slagel & Sharon Demmon Myrna Sandall Emily Santowasso
Michael & Mary Saulnier Irene Sauter Mary Sayers Charlene Sazama Neva & Tom Scheve Gene Schoenfelder Mr. & Mrs. Lester Seidenberg Sam & Diana Self Dorothy Shankle Dawn Shapiro Diane Shelby Bobbie Shira Bill & Anne Shore Shannon Shreve Dale & Darlene Skinner Jean Skipper Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Smith Debbie S. Smith Rebecca R. Smith Jean Smyth Marcia Snow Walter C. Snyder Kyle & Mary Sonnenberg John & Kathy Spangler Paula Spinner Susan Stanislawek Dotty Starling Janet Staub Mary Steffan Anne Steidinger Elizabeth Stern Mike & Sandy Stratil Cynthia Strohm Leigh R. Swanson Pamela M. Swarbrick Anthea T. Tate Tiffany Teeter William & Fay Terry Molly Thomas Gary & Jane Thomas Anne Thompson Lynn Thompson & Bob Howell Mr & Mrs Stafford E. Thornton Joanne Thornton
Judy & Jerry Townley Sam Trachtenberg Marie Travisano Donna Traylor Jim & Katherine Tripp Christina Trumpikas Stuart & Tallie Tuffnell Peter & Pat Valenti Beverly Valutis Ashley Van Camp Margaret Van Riper Henry & Sueson Vess Nancy Waddington Carter & Jean Wallen Ellen Waller Mary Warlick Angela & Patrick Webb Jean Webster John & Elizabeth Webster Barbara Weeks Mary Ann Welsch Barb Wesner Jane & Thomas Wetsel Weymouth Woods/Sandhills Nature Preserve Bill & Janet Wheaton Jennifer Whitaker Rita White Jennie A. Whitehead Patricia Willis Larry & Frances Wilson Emma Wilson Deborah H. Wimberly Judith Winkley Cat Wondergem Blanche Woodruff Adair & David Woronoff Mary Joe Worth Sandra Wright Carol Wurster David & Mary Helen Young Perry & Paula Youngblood Thomas Zaleski Greg Zywocinski
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