CENTER FOR THE ARTS
I M P A C T
R E P O R T
JULY 2016 âž” JUNE 2017
THE CENTER IS A PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FUNDED SOLELY BY GENEROUS GIFTS FROM OUR PATRONS. 1
WE ARE A HUB FOR THE ARTISTIC, CULTURAL, AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY IN JACKSON HOLE.
Contact Box Office: 307.733.4900 Main: 307.734.8956 E-mail: email@example.com Web: jhcenterforthearts.org Facebook / Instagram / Twitter: @thecenterjh 2
COVER: Claudia Bueno FRACTALIFE
SM OOTH CHANG E IN L E ADERSH IP The Center was fortunate that Don Opatrny joined its board in 2011. He has been tireless in stewarding The Center from its nascent beginnings to a vibrant hub that meets the essential cultural needs of our community. During his tenure, Center
DON OPATRNY AND VALERIE BROWN
finances have stabilized and programming has grown such that the theater is busy
As evidence of her dedication to our mission
about 200 nights per year. Mr. Opatrny has
Ms. Brown states, “I am passionate about
served as Chairman since 2012 and after six
the arts and the outstanding work that the
valuable years of service will “term off the
Center’s Staff, Board, and Residents do to
foster the arts in our community. The Center plays a fundamental role in Jackson’s culture
While it’s hard to say goodbye to a valued
– it’s truly a treasure that makes Jackson Hole
board member, The Center is pleased to
one of the best places on Earth!”
announce that Valerie Brown will assume the helm. Raised in Pocatello and Boise, Idaho,
Last year The Center was granted a 99-year
Ms. Brown has been coming to Jackson
lease. To guarantee vibrancy for another
since 1962, began living here part-time in
100 years, Ms. Brown, working with the
2007, and relocated here permanently with
Board of Directors, will steward the continued
her husband in 2014. She has been actively
proper care of our building and campus,
involved in charitable organizations with
provide affordable and high quality space
emphasis on the arts. Akin to Don Opatrny,
for our Resident Partners, and attract
Ms. Brown has an extensive professional
high-quality artists for our suite of creative
background in financial services and
offerings. The Board of Directors is made up
currently serves as the Executive Chairman of
of 21 committed members of our community
Advisor Group Holding Company. She is an
including new additions Maureen Brown,
esteemed member of C200, an invitation-only
Casey Kalishman, Mack Mendenhall, and
organization of women business leaders.
Creative Initiatives The Center’s Creative Initiatives program strives to support and inspire the artistic community in greater Jackson Hole. Our Campus Exhibitions program, our many Collaborations, the Center Presents shows in the Theater and our new Creative in Residence program enhance the creative vibrancy on our campus. is a ra k
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We embarked on an exciting new initiative called the Creative in Residence program. This residency provides support and space for guest artists to delve into an interdisciplinary process, resulting in an impactful and inspiring end product. 2017 Creatives in Residence, Matthew Day Jackson, Camille Obering and Andy Kincaid, presented Observatories an exhibition of sculpture, video and performance art activating The Center Park. Using the eclipse as a metaphor, the team aims to illuminate aspects of Jackson Hole as representative as “the last of the old west.” The constituent forms and images which create the illusion of the “West” often ofuscate that which they purport to represent. Observatories will offer viewers new ways of interpreting the past and present from which to consider the future of this community and its context.
CENTER PRESENTS Driven by a mission to enhance the cultural vitality of Jackson Hole, Center Presents seeks outstanding talent and more to enliven our 500 seat performance venue. Brandi Carlile, Bruce Hornsby, John Hiatt, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Amos Lee, Ira Glass, David Sedaris, National Theatre LIVE screenings and Elvis Costello have performed on The Center stage recently. 4
CAMPUS EXHIBITIONS Campus Exhibitions add visual vibrancy to The Center by supporting and showcasing a diverse group of artists bringing life to our Center spaces.
• Twelve shows exhibited in the Theater Gallery representing
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• Twelve youth art projects were featured in the
an array of mediums by incredible local artists and Resident organizations. • Fifteen lunch Artist Talks and ten specialized workshops were attended by local artists, Camp Jackson campers, Children’s Learning Center students and our Jackson community. • Our annual Art and Healing program features work by Tamara Ashburn King whose paintings grace the walls in the St John’s Professional Hospital Building and reach beyond our physical campus. • PacMAN loyally stood on the Cache side of our campus for a year greeting each individual who entered The Center’s music wing.
CENTER COLLABORATIONS aLife Fract
Center Collaborations support outstanding programming on our campus based on creative merit, shared audiences, resources and risk. For the 2016/17 fiscal year The Center has been a collaborative partner within five excellent programs. • Commissioned FractaLife by Venzuelan light artist, Claudia Bueno and established an annual collaboration with Teton Artlab. • Committed to a 5 year partnership with Off Square Theatre. to support Thin Air Shakespeare in The Center Amphitheater each summer. • Supported an augmented reality project featuring Zenka, a sculptor and futurist with Jackson Hole WILD. • Coproduced the Art in Translation exhibition and outreach program with Art Association of Jackson Hole and Think WY. • Featured young poets in the first Teen Poetry Slam with JH Writers leading up to the JH Writers Conference. 5
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A CENTER RESIDENT? — DISCOUNTED THEATER AND SPACE RENTAL — PARTNERING OPPORTUNITIES TO PRESENT PROGRAMMING WITH THE CENTER — AN ARTFUL AND CREATIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT — USE OF THE CENTER THEATER LOBBY, GALLERY SPACE,
CONFERENCE ROOM, AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
— MARKETING SUPPORT
Center Residents ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE CATHEDRAL VOICES CHAMBER CHOIR CENTER FOR THE ARTS CENTER OF WONDER CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE - JACKSON CAMPUS DANCERS’ WORKSHOP JACKSON HOLE COMMUNITY BAND JACKSON COMMUNITY THEATER JACKSON HOLE CHORALE JACKSON HOLE COMMUNITY RADIO JACKSON HOLE PUBLIC ART JACKSON HOLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JACKSON HOLE WILD JACKSON HOLE WRITERS JAZZ FOUNDATION OF JACKSON HOLE OFF SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY PARTNERS JACKSON HOLE TETON COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING OUTREACH SCHOOL WYOMING HUMANITIES/THINKWY
THESE NON-PROFITS ARE INDEPENDENT OF THE CENTER. PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING THEM.
Staff MARTHA BANCROFT
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MANAGER
CREATIVE INITIATIVES COORDINATOR
CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER
GRAPHIC DESIGNER & MARKETING COORDINATOR
ASSISTANT BUILDING MANAGER
CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE
WILLI BROOKS FRONT OF HOUSE MANAGER & VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
SHARON SCHMIDT ANNE LADD
FRONT DESK ASSOCIATE
DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE & BOARD LIAISON
FACILITY OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
FACILITY MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT
DANA TULLY GRANTS WRITER
DOUG VOGEL TECHNICAL COORDINATOR
Board DON OPATRNY
*BOARD MEMBERS REPRESENTING RESIDENTS
Kathryn Turner FLASH OF THOUGHT
During our 2016-2017 Fiscal Year...
19 4 In collaboration with our Resident Partners and others, our theater was busy over 194 nights with events ranging from spoken word to dance to music to film.
10 0 The Center is honored to have close to 100 volunteers who are committed to making our campus thrive. Last year, our allstar volunteers contributed more than 6,240 hours of volunteer service worth $147,014.
23 The average ticket price for all events ticketed through The Center Box Office is $23 (not including The Centerâ€™s Annual Benefit)
27,276 Last year The Center Box Office sold over 27,276 tickets to 121 events on our creative campus.
4 Operating surplus for the fourth year in a row.
56 Center Presents is funded by the generous annual support of 56 local business sponsors. Offering these high-caliber events is only possible with the help of our sponsors -- ticket sales alone do not cover the costs of these performances.
Uses of Revenue MAINTENANCE/ UTILITIES
EVENT RENTALS 9%
Sources of Revenue
INVESTMENT INCOME 7% 9
Center Sponsors The Center presents a wide variety of programs each year for the enjoyment of the Jackson Hole community. Offering these high-caliber events is possible only with the help of Center Sponsors Ââ€” ticket sales alone do not cover the costs of these performances.
THE SCOUT GUIDE
FIRS T IN TERSTATE BANK
An interview with Market President Jon Scott from First Interstate Bank.
How did you end up in Jackson?
the physical, spiritual and intellectual well-being of
My family and I came to Jackson in 2008 – after
the communities. The Bank gives 2% of its pre-tax
Jackson State Bank & Trust sold to Wells Fargo, I
dollars back to the communities we work in – we
recognized an opportunity in this market that could
strongly encourage our employees to get out in the
better First Interstate Bank as a whole. We have
community and volunteer their time to the projects
embraced the Jackson lifestyle and love where
that speak to them. Our Foundation gives $10 to the
our children go to school, the active, philanthropic
non-profit for every hour an employee volunteers as
community, and the lifelong friends my wife, Jen,
well as matches any dollar donations our employees
and I have made.
make to non-profits in the community.
What do you most want people in Jackson to know about First Interstate Bank?
Why have you chosen to support The Center?
It is and always has been a community bank first.
house themselves in The Center – it’s a place for
We employ approximately 1,700 people in our
members of our community to congregate, celebrate
rural footprint. These employees care deeply about
and learn together. My family and I love attending
the communities in which they live and work as
the diverse events that occur at The Center – we are
demonstrated by volunteer hours in excess of
so lucky to have a community center like Center for
150,000 over the last 20 years.
the Arts in our valley.
Why do you feel it is important to reinvest in the community? First Interstate Bank is acutely aware that the quality
If you could have coffee with any past or present Center Presents performer, who would it be and why?
of life in a community is measured not only by the
Mike Super, the magician – my kids and I LOVED
health of its businesses, but is inherently tied to
We admire the diversity of the organizations that
Center Friends We are pleased to thank our generous Center Friends whose sustaining gifts “keep the lights on” and support the general operations of our creative campus.
LENORE AND DAVID NICHOLS
JENNY AND DON FELSINGER
LINDA AND LARRY PERLMAN
JUDY AND DON OPATRNY
SHIRLEY AND PAUL PIPER
SHARON AND LLOYD POWELL
ANITA AND JULIAN SAUL CHRISTY WALTON
ABRAMS & BAYLISS VALERIE BROWN AND DON BAKER
ANDREA AND HAL BURROUGHS
HELEN AND FRED ARBUCKLE
VICTORIA AND WILLIAM CHANEY
MAUREEN AND DAVID BROWN
DAWN AND JOHN HUMMEL
ELISA AND ANDY CHAMBERS
ERIKA PEARSALL AND NED JANNOTTA
PEGGY AND KIRK DAVENPORT
CHRISTOPHER G. LEA
CISSIE AND DILLON FERGUSON
AGATHA AND STEVE LUCZO
SHERYL AND JEFF FLUG
PATTY AND JOHN LUMMIS
BETSY AND PETE FORSTER
ADRIENNE AND JOHN MARS
ALLISON VON MAUR AND MARK NEWCOMB
ELISABETH BITTNER AND CHANSOO JOUNG
JANET AND BILL O’NEIL
KAREN AND JAY KEMMERER
ANN AND STEVE RYAN
CAROLE AND JACK NUNN
THE SAGE FOUNDATION
JANET AND ORIN SMITH
LEE AND ED RIDDELL
MARTINE LAMOUREUX AND DAVID STOUT
MICHELE GAMMER AND ANDREW SALTER
TERESA AND BILL WATERMAN
SHARON AND JERRY SCHENDEL TERI AND MARK SNELL
CAROL BAKER AND MARK STEIN
ANDREA AND WINSLOW BENT
KIM AND SIMON STERTZER
ELEANORE AND JOHN CARIFA
CHARLOTTE S. STIFEL
FRIEDMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION
TERI AND DAN TYREE
MAGGIE AND JIM HUNT
LISSA AND CHUCK WALKER
SUSAN AND JOHN JACKSON
CELIA AND ROB WALLACE
JAQUITH FAMILY FOUNDATION
WHITELEY AND NICK WHEELER
IRENE AND ALAN LUND
DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS, WE TURN OUR BUILDING’S BOILER OFF AND WE USE BIODEGRADABLE CUPS AT ALL OF OUR EVENTS. –––––– WE USE LED LIGHTING IN OUR THEATER AND STAIRWELLS TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION. –––––– WE HAVE RECYCLING BINS PLACED THROUGHOUT OUR CAMPUS TO ENCOURAGE “GREEN” DISPOSAL OF GLASS, PLASTIC, AND PAPER WASTE.
REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE The Center is a proud member of the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Business Leader Program in Teton County. Our Greening Initiative is supported by Teton County, Town of Jackson, Teton Conservation District, Leslye and David Hardie, Dawn and John Hummel, Alice and Rod Moorhead, Jennifer and Michael Tennican, and anonymous donors.
THANK YOU TO OUR GIFTS OF $50,000+ J. Mark Grosvenor Family Foundation, Judy and Don Opatrny, Marge and Gil Ordway, Premier Green Cleaning Services, Anonymous
GIFTS OF $20,000 - $49,999 Deborah and Jonathan Dawson, Jenny and Don Felsinger, First Interstate Bank, Lenore and David Nichols, Notwen Corporation/ Gloria and William Newton, Sharon and Lloyd Powell, Ann and Steven Ryan, The Sage Foundation/Roberta Bowman Denning and Steven Denning, Maggie and Keith Stoltz, Pike/Susan Sullivan Foundation, Christy Walton, Teresa and Bill Waterman
GIFTS OF $10,000 - $19,999 Abrams & Bayliss LLP, Valerie Brown and Don Baker, Jeffrey Berkley, Maureen and David Brown, H.F. Burroughs Family Foundation/Andrea and Hal Burroughs, Cafe Genevieve, Vicky and Bill Chaney, Circ-Cell Skin Care, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Fine Dining Restaurant Group, Friedman Family Foundation/Barbara and Steve Friedman, Gather Restaurant, Hughes Production, Dawn and John Hummel, Susan and John Jackson, Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board, Erika Pearsall and Ned Jannotta, The Jaquith Family Foundation, Christopher G. Lea, Agatha and Steve Luczo, Patty and John Lummis, Adrienne and John Mars, Margery and Edgar Masinter, Allison Von Maur and Mark Newcomb, The O’Neil Foundation/Janet and Bill O’Neil, Rusty Parrot Lodge and Wild Sage Restaurant, Snake River Brewing Co., Inc., Springhill Suites by Marriott, Stoltz Real Estate Funds, Martine Lamoureux and David Stout, The Barbara and John Vogelstein Foundation/Barbara and John Vogelstein, Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, Anonymous
GIFTS OF $5,000 - $9,999 Andrea and Winslow Bent, Big-D Signature LLC, BP Painting and Refinishing, Inc., Eleanore and John Carifa, Mary and Jeffers Cox, Susan and Joe Davenport, Fighting Bear Enterprises/Claudia Bonnist and Terry Winchell, Sylvia and Daniel Fischel, Floral Art, Sheryl and Jeffrey Flug, Four Seasons Resort and Residences of Jackson Hole, Lisa and Are Friesecke, GYDE Architects, J.J. Healy, High Country Linen Service, Maggie and Jim Hunt, Jackson Hole News&Guide, John Hummel & Associates Custom Builders, Kismet Fine Rugs, Irene and Alan Lund, National Endowment for the Arts, Linda and Larry Perlman, Persephone Bakery, Shirley and Paul Piper, Prugh Real Estate, Anita and Julian Saul, Victoria and William Scarlett, III, Michael Sellett, Lisa and Glenn Steele, Carol Baker and Mark Stein, Charlotte S. Stifel, The Wort Hotel, Town Square Inns, Wells Fargo, Western Home Journal, Wyoming Arts Council, Anonymous
GIFTS OF $1,000 - $4,999 Abbeville Family Partnership, Akasha Yoga, Joe Albright and Marcia Kunstel Charitable Fund, Emily and Jim Ambler, Louis J. Appignani Foundation, Inc, Helen and Fred Arbuckle, Carole and Burke Baker III, Robin and Peter Barker, Blue Collar Restaurant Group, Blue Spruce Cleaners, Marion Buchenroth, Judy Bernstein Bunzl and Nick Bunzl, Kathleen and Charles Cannon, Carney Logan Burke Architects, Elisa and Andy Chambers, Eunice and David Conine, Cultural Council of Jackson Hole, Christy and Lou Cushman, Peggy and Kirk Davenport, Nancy and David Donovan, Dynia Architects, Kathleen and Robert Edmundson, EMWIGA Foundation/Katherine and Willard Overlock, John Farrell III, Marialice and Dillon Ferguson, First Western Trust, GE Johnson Construction Company, Geittmann Larson Swift LLP, Theresa Godchaux, Graham-Faupel-Mendenhall & Associates, Grand Teton Distillery, Grand Teton Floor and Window Coverings, Myrna and Stephen Greenberg, Peggy Gilday and Maho Hakoshima, Hatch Taqueria and Tequilas, Hawtin Jorgensen Architects, Gina and Richard Heise, Deborah and Jonathan Hirtle, Cynthia Hogan, Liza and Bland Hoke, Margaret and David Hoster, Penney and A.C. Hubbard, Income Focus Portfolio Management LLC, Jackson Hole Art Auction, Jackson Hole Traveler and Homestead, Jackson Hole Winery, Kathleen and Wade Jefferis, Karl M. Johnson Foundation, Heidi and Danny Jost, Elisabeth Bittner and Chansoo Joung, JWJ Family Foundation, Inc., Casey and Tom Kalishman, Dale and Jay Kaplan, Connie Kemmerer, Karen and Jay Kemmerer, Beedee Ladd, Ann Williams and Robert Laganza, Lee‘s Tees, Florence Lemle, Catherine Kehr and Remy Levy, Linton‘s Big R, Jenny and Kurt Listug, Local Restaurant & Bar and Trio: An American Bistro, Mayer & Morris Kaplan Family Foundation, Maho Catering, Katie and Mack Mendenhall, Mercedes Huff, Laurie Huff, Collin Vaughn and Jill Sassi-Nieson, Kathleen and Michael Meyer, Marian and Marc Milgram, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, Amy Minella, Carolyn Monier, Cathleen and Fred Moore, Amanda and Trey Moore, Bobbi and Jim Moses, Marion and David Mussafer, Dana and Carl Nagel, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Pamela and Richard Niner, Carole and Jack Nunn, Julie and William Obering, Keith B. Ohnmeis Foundation, Annette and Noah Osnos, Osprey Beverages, LLC, Peggy and Dennis Paustenbach, Kristi and Travis Petersen, Putnam Foundation, Randy Reiff, Rita and Henry Richter, Lee and Ed Riddell, Therese and Bert Romberg, Andrea and Monroe Rosenthal, Michele Gammer and Andrew Salter, Kristine and Joseph Schaeffer, Schendel Family Foundation/Sharon and Jerry Schendel, Beverly and Ira Schulman, Cheryl and Bill Schwartz, Seed Wine, Mary and Stanley Seidler, Silver Star Communications, Teri and Mark Snell, Snow King Resort & Grand View Lodge, St. John‘s Medical Center, Kimberly and Simon Stertzer, Tegeler & Associates Insurance, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling, The Rose, The Scout Guide, The Tree & Landscape Company, W. Michael Thieme, Tom Evans Real Estate, Barbara and Stanford Trachtenberg, Teri and Daniel Tyree, Jean and Pete Wales, Lissa and Charles Walker, Celia and Rob Wallace, Jade and David Walsh, Wendy and Chad Weiss, Tina and Mark Weyhrich, Whiteley and Nick Wheeler, Willow Street Group, Wilson Foundation, Wood Family Foundation, Wunsch Financial Group, Brenda and Jon Wylie, Anonymous
GENEROUS DONORS JULY 2016 - JUNE 2017
GIFTS OF $25 - $999 Virginia and Michael Adler, Fraida and Robert Aland, Emily and James Ambler, Natalie Clark and Henry Armour, Sallie and Dubose Ausley, Nancy and Douglas Ayers, Joan Baldwin, Liz Brimmer and George Barlow, Michele and W.D. Barry, Vicki Bass, Valerie and Richard Beck, Peter Benedict, II, Gainor and Joseph Bennett, Cynthia Bennett, Pam Case and Larry Berlin, Hillary and Mark Berry, Michael Bird, Agnes Bourne and Stu Plummer, Judy and Tom Bowser, Ruth Harrington and Tim Bradley, Lindsay and Jackson Brandenburg, Karen Brennan, Jeff Bronchick, Amy and Herbert Brooks III, Linda and T. Anthony Brooks, Amy and Bomber Bryan, Christian Burch and John Frechette, Marian and Dennis Butcher, Megan and Ralph Callaway, Ann and Michael Campbell, Becky Watson and Betsy Carlin, Anne Ladd and Len Carlman, Elizabeth and David Chandler, Jinx Chapman, Leigh Chrisinger, Ali and Kevin Cohane, Karen and James Coleman, Katie and Matthew Confer, Katharine Conover, John Cooke, Gianna Biondi and John Copeland, Eugenie Copp, Helen and Michael Cottingham, Beth and Patrick Coyne, Susan and Robert Cronholm, Samantha Danahy, Farah and Sadek Darwiche, Laura Lynn Davenport, Virginia and James Dean, Haley Deming, Randy DePree, Erik Dombroski, Katherine and Mark Dowson, Alison Dunford, Pauline Towers-Dykeman and Paul Dykeman, Stephen S. Dynia, Gloria and Rosser Edwards, Maureen and Todd Ellingson, Jocelyn Emery, Tessa Enright, Lori and Chris Erickson, Juliann Falcey, Sharon Felzer, Sarah and Stephen Fetters, Jill Veber and Raymond Fink, Marcia and Gary Finkel, Vanessa Flory, Katherine and Frank Forelle, Petria and Scott Fossel, Annie and John Furrer, Julie and Fredrick Gaston, Jo and Bob Gathercole, Shawna Gersack, Gwenn Gilday, Martha and John C. Gilmore, Caroline Janda and Michel Glouchevitch, Lisa Goldstein, Grand Teton Distillery, Carter Gray, Alexandra and Greg Gricus, Uschi and Jochen Grocke, Julie Ann Giacobassi and Zach Hall, Virginia and Michael Halloran, Lisa and Benjamin Hammond, Leslye and David Hardie, Carol and John Harkness, Lydia and Ron Harrington, Melissa and Gary Harvey, Charisse and Curt Haws, Jeremy Hertzig, Barbara and Charles Herz, Sharon and Dale Hilpert, Karen and Richard R. Hobbins Jr., Shelley Holland, Carrie and Jack Howe, Karyn Humphreys, Sanjay and Nada Jain, Emily and Adam Janak, JC Jewelers Engraving, Kathleen and Wade Jefferis, Reece Jenkins, Desmond Jennings, Pamela Kearns, Honora Kerr, Caitlin Keys, Susan and Fred Kingwill, Carrie and Scott Kirkpatrick, Chris Kirkpatrick, Margaret and Gerrit Kuechle, Jane and Charles Kusek Charitable Fund, Frances Pollack and Ernie LaBelle, Laura and Ted Ladd, James Laroe, Marilyn and Grant Larson, Nina and Brian Lenz, Allison and John Liljestrom, Florence Lee Lindahl, Mary and Donald Long, Laura Long, Paul Lowham, James Luebbers, Patricia and Donald Mac Naughton, Martha and Matthew MacEachern, Ann and Clark MacKenzie, Dana and Eric Macy, Amanda and George Mahoney, Elizabeth and Steve Markason, Nancy Martino, Roberta Carney and James Mathieu, Jane Matthews, Michelle and Shannon McCormick, Pat and George McElroy Jr., Mary McSorley, Kelly Cornell Mecartney and David Mecartney, Vickie and Mark Memmer, Elizabeth and Rick Merrell, Ann and Mark Messana, Larry Meyer, Mary and Arthur Miller, Elinor and C. Scott Miller, Krista and Jed Mixter, Maureen Murphy, Sandra and Robert Murphy, Susan and Warren Myers, Virginia and George Novak, Michael Nowling, Deirdre Obrien, Mary O’Bryan, Cathy O’Connor and Chris Larson, Mimi and David Olson, Mia Jensen and Sean O’Malley, Brandie and Mel Orchard, Connie Owen, Derrick and Marilyn Paine, Elizabeth Becker Parker and Jeremy Parker, Nancy and William Pasfield, Leslie Petersen and Henry Phibbs II, Gina Pate and Stephen Pierce, Lisa and Scott Pierson, Bonnie and Tom Pockat, Gloria Polis, Elizabeth Storer and Luther Probst, Barbara and Thomas Putnam, Lucy and Harley Rankin, Kerri Ratcliffe, Bertram Raynes, Nancy Resor, Susan Foster and Sanford Ress, Annie and Travis Riddell, William Rigsby, Elisabeth Rohrbach, Amy Romaine, Lori Zalbowitz and Laurent Roux, Zoe and Grace Curran and Ponteir Sackrey, Ellen and Joseph Sanford, Diane Schafer, Becky and Tom Schell, Natasha Bunzl and Aaron Schifrin , Claudia and Michael Schrotz, Emily and Titus Shelby, Huijun and John Sherman, Jr., Nancy and Ed Smail, Melissa and A.C. Smid, Melissa and Robert Snider, Brandon Spackman, Susan and David Spackman, Jason and Anne Spaeth, Pauline and Richard Spencer, Diana and Tom Stallings, Mimi and Robert Stein, Emilie and Ethan Steinberg, Bridget Mullen and Michael Stern, Karen and Richard Stewart, Mindy and Greg Sturgis, Anna and Stephen Sullivan, Mike Swanson, Clare Payne-Symmons and Mike Symmons, Mark Tarrant, Thomas Taylor, The Lake County Community Foundation, Beth Thebaud, Brittany and Kyle Thompson, Joan and Walter Thulin, Shirley and Wes Timmerman, Meaghan and John Tozzi, Shari and Zachariah Turpin, Lisa Samford and Wallace Ulrich, Amy and Steve Unfried, Vendini, Inc., Jennifer and Dan Visosky, Evie Lewis and Doug Vogel, Rebecca and Paul Vogelheim, Elizabeth and Todd Warnock, Cate Watsabaug, Amelia Watson, Ann and Andrew Watson, Tina Weber, Maryjo and Gary Weissman, Katie and Steven White, Chris and Erich Wilbrecht, Mary and Kenneth Willis, Kay and Thomas Wilson, Chris and Kurt Wimberg, Wolfensohn Family Foundation, Melody and Loring Woodman, Sara Flitner and Bill Wotkyns, Christina and Frank Zacco, Greg and Dimmie Zeigler, Steven Zelikovitz, Sam Zuckerman, Anonymous
IN MEMORY AND IN HONOR Gretchen Adams, In Honor of Salisbury Adams Amy and Paul Boillot, In Honor of J.J. Healy Kathleen and Robert Edmundson, In Honor of Judy and Don Opatrny Syliva and Daniel Fischel, In Honor of Judy and Don Opatrny Dale and Jay Kaplan, In Honor of Don Opatrny Holly McCollister, In Memory of Esther and Paul McCollister
We would appreciate your feedback regarding any possible omissions or errors. Please contact The Center Fund with any concerns at (307) 734.8956. 15
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