Arts Council of Moore County 21/22 Program Guide ~ Sep.- Jan. Issue

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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 to learn more. Your support makes this a strong and beautiful community – resilient with the arts at its core.

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Carol Ezell-Gilson ~ A Charleston Original A Featured Artist From Our Lowcounty Styles Exhibition October 1 - 29, 2021 | Campbell House Galleries

Paintings inspired by Charleston are the

hallmark of artist Carol Ezell-Gilson.A native of the historic city, her renderings depict what she loves about the place – its heritage, beauty and mystery. “Magic Realism” best describes her art. Though her subject matter varies, common elements of form, color and pattern run throughout. “I have a lot of feeling in my paintings,” Ezell-Gilson shares. “I put a lot of myself into my art and sometimes I even put me in there as a figure.” As a child, she spent a great deal of time with her grandfather who was born in Charleston in the late 1890s. He entertained her with stories as they walked through the old district, fostering a passion for history. Charleston was a different place in the 1960s, relatively undiscovered. “It was very much like a small town,” says Ezell-Gilson. “You knew everybody downtown.” She studied drawing and painting at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and earned her bachelors Tall Pines, acrylic painting by degree from the University Carol Ezell-Gilson of Pennsylvania. The high point of Ezell-Gilson’s first year at the Academy was meeting Marshall Glasier, who became her mentor. Marshall taught life drawing both in Philadelphia and at the Art Students League in New York. Though he was 55 years her senior, they developed a special friendship that would last until his death in 1988. Returning to Charleston, Ezell-Gilson taught art at the Gibbes Museum School. “I was teaching kids and taking them outside to draw, right downtown in the middle of the historic district,” she says. “I thought

they should learn a little history, so I developed a class called art history and architecture. In time, this led to my work as an historian at several public sites.” “When I don't paint for a while, I will feel mentally and physically drained,” she says. “I have an image in my mind’s eye. It’s not like I know exactly what it’s going to look like when I’m done. Every day, I know what I need to accomplish. It’s like one bite at a time, particularly if there’s Mrs. Green, acrylic painting by Carol Ezell-Gilson lots of detail.” “I first decide the size, then stretch and prime the canvas. I draw out the image with charcoal, usually freehand. Then, I’ll put paint on it, blocking out the colors and working my way down to the finer points.” “It’s always nice when others like them,” she says. “But it doesn’t matter because by the time I’m done, I enjoy them so much.” “When I look at them, sometimes it’s hard for me to believe that I actually did them,” she says. “When I feel this satisfaction – that’s when I know that I’ve finished a piece.” Artists in the Lowcountry Styles exhibit include: Evelyn Dempsey, Jill Hooper, Mark Horton, Alana Knuff, Ron Anton Rocz, and Patrick Webb. The exhibit was the culmination of the week-long Lowcountry Styles Series, created by John Chafer Earp, that featured Master Chef Nathalie Dupree, designer & historian Jenny Bevan, and architect & historian Christopher Liberatos. Learn more at -5-


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Born in Syracuse, NY, Suzanne moved to North Falmouth, Cape Cod, MA at age 2. After graduating from high school at 16, it was off to Boston for college. She spent a year after college traveling to 13 countries, before returning to Boston where she met her husband. They lived in numerous New England states before dropping out of the rat race to spend a year on their boat, with two kids and a cat, sailing from Nova Scotia to the Bahamas. They moved to North Carolina 14 years ago. As a lifelong “horse person,” she was tired of shoveling snow to make a path to their pasture. To learn more about Suzanne, we asked her several questions about herself... When did you start working at the Arts Council? I started as a volunteer in 2010 and became an employee in 2015. I love spending time there – it get’s me off the farm. At what age did you become an adult? After graduating high school at age 16 and heading to college in Boston. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I’d love to learn another language. What is your favorite indoor/outdoor activity? My favorite activity is definitely being outdoors and traveling through the woods on my horse or with my pony pulling my carriage. What is your favorite or most inspirational place in Moore County? The Walthour-Moss Foundation. I have spent many a happy hour riding in the woods that I love. What is your favorite thing about working at the Arts Council? Working with all the nice folks doing what they love to do. That makes for a very nice place to be and call it work. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? My grandmother said: “If it isn’t fun and giving you joy don’t do it a minute longer…MOVE ON.” Thank you, Suzanne, for making the Arts Council a great community asset!

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Martha Dodd, a fine artist from Southwest Florida, grew up in Ohio, the daughter of a doctor and an art teacher. An avid horse lover, she earned her BS in Animal Science from Ohio State. While working in the equine industry as a physical therapist for race horses, she began drawing the horses around her Painting by and turned her Martha Dodd attention to art. Dodd tends to be very representational as an artist due to her scientific schooling. She loves challenges and has fun with her art. It has come to define her as a person – she can’t imagine life without it. Meridith Martens is an award-winning artist from Southern Pines with an impressive portfolio of portraits, expressive abstracts, animal art, florals, and corporate commissions. Having grown up with horses and a menagerie of animals, she

understands the individual spirit and beauty that is present in all living things. The texture and color of oil paint inspires her passion to paint, while a strong sense of creative imagery instills her desire to excel. Martens’ work is recognized for its remarkable realism and her ability to capture the essence of each subject that she paints. Morgen Kilbourn is a full-time sculptor who specializes in equine portraiture. Be it horses or any animal, Morgen strives to capture an undeniable likeness, infused with that extra spark of character. She enjoys giving even the most static poses a dynamic feel. Overall, her aim is to go beyond the accuracy of biomechanics to instill vitality and vigor into her subject. The exhibit is on view from Nov. 5 Dec. 18, 2021 weekdays (9am to 5pm) and Saturday, Nov. 20 (2 to 4pm). Painting by The exhibit is Meridith Martens free and open to the public and COVID-19 precautions may be in effect, including face masks and physical distancing. Campbell House is located at 482 E. Connecticut Ave. in Southern Pines. Learn more at -9-

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JUST SIGN THE CONTRACTS! Challenges of presenting live concerts during COVID

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On March 9, 2020, the Arts Council presented

classical pianist Nathan Lee at the Sunrise Theater as part of our popular chamber music series, the Classical Concert Series (CCS). The audience was happy and looking forward to our series’ finale in a month. However, on the very next day, North Carolina was under a state of emergency and all events, such as live concerts, were canceled because of COVID. As the weeks dragged on, not only was our last concert canceled, but so was our next year’s series. By accidental forethought, I had not yet signed the contracts for our next season, so I was spared the ordeal of calling agents to back out of artist agreements. Although I didn’t need it, I thank God for the “Act of God” clause in contracts. While “pandemic” was not on the list of extraordinary circumstances for which a contract can be voided, it will be in all future contracts. Fast forward 21 months and the same contracts for the same artists are on my desk waiting for my signature. These artists are some of the best musicians in the world, as has been CCS’ trademark. If I just sign the contracts and COVID goes away, then our next season will be amazing…featuring pianist Zee Zee (2/7/22), violinist Randall Goosby (3/7/22), American Brass Quintet (4/4/22), and Brooklyn Art Song Society (4/25/22). The roller coaster ride of COVID numbers still has me nervous. While I believe we are on the downside of COVID, live concerts cannot survive if people are reluctant to attend. With a portion of audiences staying home afraid of getting COVID and another portion staying home because they don’t like the COVID precautions (masks, vaccine, etc.), live concerts are in jeopardy of not having an audience. Sponsors: Please stay tuned, because I think I’ll just sign the contracts. Live concerts must live on!

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Morgen Kilbourn grew up in Connecticut and her childhood was immersed in art. After moving to NC, she became a full-time sculptor specializing in equine portraiture. With each piece, she strives to capture an undeniable likeness and to infuse an extra spark of character. She is exhibiting at Campbell House Galleries from Nov. 5 Dec. 18, 2021, along with artists Meridith Martens and Martha Dodd. When were you introduced to art? I grew up in a family of professional artists, so it was my culture all along. Their work ranged from sculpture to painting and stained glass – both commercial and fine art, abstract and realism. They all taught professionally as well, so I certainly would never say I was self-taught. Who or what are your artistic influences? It’s hard to say, since they’re pretty specific for details and gestures found in history books. My earliest inspiration came from naturalist Robert Bateman and I recently had a day-long workshop with him.

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What is your favorite or most inspirational place in Moore County? The Carolina Horse Park of course! I have taken innumerable reference photos there during events – it’s ideal for that with their high-level competitions. What is the most memorable response to your art? Until recently, it would have been bringing about joyfull tears. However, that was replaced when a friend informed me that author Rita Mae Brown mentioned my name in a recent novel – an ironic career highlight and a tremendous honor.






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Since 1973, ACMC has provided creative opportunities in our schools. We currently serve more than 15,000 children each year in every Moore County public, private, charter, and home school. Activities include: ArtistYear NC: ACMC partners with ArtistYear/AmeriCorp and Moore County Schools to place higher-education arts graduates at high-needs Title I schools as full-time teaching artists. Creative disciplines include actors, writers, musicians, and visual artists. In the 2021-2022 school year, seven (7) full-time ArtistYear/AmeriCorps Fellows will collectively teach 2,500 K-12-vulnerable students as a shared-delivery partner. This innovative strategy significantly bolsters arts education for our most vulnerable youth, while improving student academic and socio-emotional development, enhancing school climate and capacity, and benefiting the larger community. Authors in Moore Schools (AIMS): ACMC partners with AIMS to put books in the hands of children and bring authors to schools free of charge. Barnes-Travis Arts Scholarships: Since 2000, this program has awarded over $62,975 in scholarships to more than 172 children, encouraging them to develop their talent in a variety of media. Performing Arts in Moore Schools (PAMS): Offered in partnership with Moore County Schools, the program’s goal is to provide every student an educational experience with a professional performing artist, in alignment with academic curriculum. RePaint Art Supply Drive: This program was created as a supplement to public art teachers’ small budgets. ACMC collects donated art supplies to distribute to art classes. RePlay Murphy Instrument Drive: ACMC and Kiwanis Club of the Sandhills collect donated band and orchestra instruments and distribute them to public school music programs. Young Peoples Fine Arts Festival: An arts competition for students K-12. The 2021 festival featured 278 pieces of art from 26 schools. The program is open to all public, private, charter, & home schools. Youth Theatre: ACMC offers a stage for young actors to explore all facets of theatre, including auditions, costumes, props, and performances. Participation is offered at no cost to any child.

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Thank you for your past support! Since 1973, we have been central to the cultural offerings that make this a wonderful place to live. Art matters because it is our most expressive form of sharing – infusing our lives with meaning – touching our humanity in a way that we need more than ever. 2021 has been a year of challenges and opportunities. Your involvement has been the cornerstone of our mission to inspire and strengthen our community through the arts, helping sustain programs for 15,000+ school children, exhibitions for 500+ artists, concerts by world-class musicians, grants to local arts groups, and scholarships for talented youth. This past year, we pivoted as needed to outside workshops and receptions, provided virtual adult and children's programs, and kept our galleries open. Moving forward, we hope to accomplish even more by expanding programs in our schools and continuing our ArtistYear partnership, with 10 full-time teaching artists at high-needs schools. We also plan on relaunching our Classical Concert Series in 2022. These are a few examples of how your commitment to the Arts Council has a profound impact on so many lives. When you give, you play an invaluable part in sustaining creative experiences in our region. If you are able, your tax-deductible donation would be particularly impactful - even a small amount, every dollar helps. Please mail your gift today, stop by Campbell House, visit us online at where you can give securely, or call us at 910-692-ARTS (2787). Thank you for your time and consideration and for the many ways you make a difference. Your support helps make this a strong and beautiful community – resilient with the arts at its core. For the arts, Learn more at

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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

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