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BOARD DAVID HOPKINS CHAIR CHRIS LEA VICE CHAIR REECE JENKINS TREASURER MACK MENDENHALL SECRETARY AGNES BOURNE SHARI BROWNFIELD KEVIN CRAWFORD CARRIE GERACI HEATHER GRAY CECILIA HERBERT ROBERT HUGGINS JOHN HUMMEL MEKKI JAIDI BRONWYN MINTON BILL O’NEIL JESSE RYAN KAREN STEWART RANDY DEPREE WALMSLEY LINDSAY WILCOX NONA YEHIA
STAFF MARTY CAMINO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WILLI BROOKS EVENT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR OONA DOHERTY CREATIVE INITIATIVES DIRECTOR ABI DOMINGUE PATRON SERVICES MANAGER PAIGE FERY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE RON GESSLER FACILITIES MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR ANNE LADD DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR PATRICK MILLARD TECHNICAL DIRECTOR WHITNEY OPPENHUIZEN MARKETING DIRECTOR FLEUR PELLET HOUSE MANAGER STEPHANIE SHANKLAND FINANCE DIRECTOR
FRONT COVER: MUSIC MONDAYS MIDNIGHT NORTH BACK COVER: 2021 ANNUAL BENEFIT CONCERT • JALAN CROSSLAND CREDIT APRES VISUALS
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LETTER FROM LEADERSHIP As we reflect on the last year, we are proud of the role our organization has played in keeping our community connected through uncertain times. The arts are central to our sense of identity and our sense of place. This is true at all times, but never more so than during 2021. Our investment in livestreaming capabilities has become an invaluable complement to our facility and support services, utilized by countless community partners. During the summer months, our outdoor spaces were activated like never before, both through development of new programs from The Center, such as Music Mondays and the Annual Benefit, as well as through strategic collaborations with numerous cultural organizations. We are forging stronger relationships with the 21 Resident Organizations who share our campus with us. Donations to The Center allowed us to provide direct rent relief to these organizations, who in turn directed more of their resources to their own programs, resulting in greater activity and vibrancy across our campus. Through greater alignment, our collective impact in the community will only grow stronger. All of our work has been made possible by you, our generous network of supporters, patrons, and donors. As we look ahead, The Center will continue to play a key role in nurturing and
highlighting the cultural vitality of our community. We have demonstrated our ability to remain nimble when faced with unpredictable circumstances, and we are as dedicated as ever to delivering on our mission of providing a dedicated campus, supporting excellent programming, and nurturing a collaborative spirit. Thank you for supporting us in these efforts, and we look forward to continuing our work together in 2022 and beyond.
Marty Camino Executive Director
David Hopkins Board Chair jhcenterforthearts.org
OUR MISSION: TO CONNECT OUR CREATIVE COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING A DEDICATED CAMPUS, SUPPORTING EXCELLENT PROGRAMMING, AND NURTURING A COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT.
OUR VISION: TO MAKE ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE CENTRAL TO JACKSON HOLE BY EMBRACING THE VALUES OF STEWARDSHIP, EXCELLENCE, INCLUSION, CREATIVITY, AND RESPECT.
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WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
CENTER FOR THE ARTS’ MISSION IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART THROUGH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF:
THE CENTER IS A PRIVATE 501(c)(3) NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FUNDED LARGELY BY GENEROUS GIFTS FROM OUR COMMUNITY. jhcenterforthearts.org
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CONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY Over 95% of the events that take place at The Center are presented by local nonprofit organizations, and 2021 ushered in a new era in community programming on our campus. Over the course of the summer, The Center was the accessible venue for Grand Teton Music Festival’s opening week concerts, a weekly People’s Market produced by Slow Food in the Tetons, the everpopular Thin Air Shakespeare performances, and our own free Music Monday concert series, among many other events. Within the space of a few short months, The Center Park’s vast green space became a major community gathering place in a way we have never seen before. HOW RENT RELIEF DONATIONS SUPPORT CENTER RESIDENT ORGANIZATIONS THROUGH THE PANDEMIC PEOPLE’S MARKET PHOTO CREDIT APRES VISUALS
RESIDENT LEASE PAYMENT 2019
PAID BY RESIDENTS GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL PHOTO CREDIT CODY DOWNARD
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PAID BY COLLABORATIVE FUNDRAISING PAID BY THE CENTER’S FUNDRAISING jhcenterforthearts.org
M U S I C M O N D AY S
M U S I C M O N D AY S M I D N I G H T N O R T H PHOTO CREDIT APRES VISUALS
In 2021 Center for the Arts curated a new summer concert series called Music Mondays, to provide a free and informal setting to gather together to enjoy local and regional talent.
The series was enthusiastically embraced by a community starved for opportunities to connect with one another safely, and we are excited to continue the Music Monday series in 2022.
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BELA FLECK - MY BLUEGRASS HEART • PHOTO CREDIT APRES VISUALS
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A DONOR STORY Elisabeth Rohrbach has been supporting The Center since 2011. She is Director of Membership at Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.
The Center is a dynamic, community hub that offers something for everyone. There’s so much that you can take in: theater, live music, dance productions, art openings, and lectures. It goes beyond that though. There is so much you can be PART OF, in great part thanks to their nonprofit Residents. Make something with your hands at Art Association. Sharpen your mind in a class at Central Wyoming College. Laugh at how silly you look in a Dancers’ Workshop class. And there’s so much more too.
PHOTO COURTESY ELISABETH ROHRBACH
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A HOME FOR THE ARTS The Center is the proud home to 21 Resident Partners — independent arts and education organizations that represent a significant portion of cultural nonprofits in Jackson Hole. The Center’s Resident Partners are the community’s lifeblood, activating our campus and bringing vibrancy to our valley. Thanks to these organizations, there is truly something for everyone at Center for the Arts.
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CENTER RESIDENT COLLABORATIONS As one of the 22 independent arts and education organizations housed at Center for the Arts, Off Square Theatre Company (OSTC) produces and presents theatre of the highest professional standards. In 2021, OSTC produced its seventh summer of Thin Air Shakespeare—their free outdoor summer theatre event. This
summer’s production was the beloved romantic comedy Much Ado About Nothing, and the audiences showed up in full force—with their picnics—and had a blast. The event, provided to the community for free by Off Square Theatre, is proudly supported in part by The Center.
NATALIA DUNCAN MACKER ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF OFF SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY, AND CHAIRWOMAN OF THE BOARD OF TETON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Center for the Arts is a vital strategic partner in the work of Off Square Theatre Company. More than just a venue, The Center is a collaborator and resource, helping us achieve P H O T O C O U R T E S Y O F N ATA L I A D U N C A N our mission and facilitating key growth for our programming. The stability and creativity of the campus allow our staff, artists, and students to thrive. Our students have the opportunity to work in a world-class theater, preparing them for future performing arts endeavors, and build their own knowledge and skills through mentorships with high quality professionals. We find inspiration through proximity and partnerships with other Residents and know our community is made better by having this creative hub.
THIN AIR SHAKESPEARE / OFF S Q U A R E T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y
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WHO WE ARE AMELIA DAVENPORT THE CENTER RUNS IN THE FAMILY.
AMELIA WITH HER MOTHER, LAURA
“My mom, Laura, and I started at Center for the Arts in the front of the house as ushers. I was six years old when I first started and fell in love with it immediately. When school was out, I would join my mom at The Center and try to meet every artist that came through the door. I started gathering a stack of signed programs from each artist. These artists ranged from musicians to storytellers. The Center and its Residents have made a huge impact on the community by bringing in such diversity. The Center has given both of us such wonderful experiences. My mom has continued being an usher and I have been given a role on staff as Front of House Associate. We thank The Center for giving us the opportunities to enjoy the arts in such an up close and personal way and look forward to many more in the years to come.”
WILLI BROOKS THE CENTER’S EVENT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR, AND A JACKSON NATIVE. “With everything in Teton County changing so fast, often The Center feels like the one consistent place that year round gathering can happen. Whether you have all the money in the world or are living paycheck to paycheck, The Center has something that can connect someone to a community, and that is something worth supporting. What excites me the most about The Center is that everyday we come to work to try and push it to the next level for the future. All my coworkers and colleagues are constantly trying to come up with new ideas to further the missions of local nonprofits, ideas of creatives, or showcase something bigger. Even if it is a small thing, every day something different happens here, and that is something special for our community.”
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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT FRED AND DARYL PEIGHTAL CENTER SPONSORS, AND MANAGING PARTNERS OF CAFÉ GENEVIEVE AND ORSETTO ITALIAN BAR AND EATERY. “When literally, ‘the music stopped’ during the pandemic, there was a palpable void in the center of this community. For so many years, we had all taken for granted the vibrant art and music scene Center for the Arts has provided us. It brings us together in a space where we can leave behind the worries of the day and immerse ourselves in a night of music, dance, film or theater. These performers and patrons often visit our restaurants before and after events and there is an air of excitement they exude getting to be a part of this. We wholeheartedly support The Center as the epicenter of culture, for youth and adults alike, in Jackson.”
JESSE RYAN CENTER BOARD MEMBER, OWNER OF NEW THOUGHT DIGITAL AGENCY, AND 6TH GENERATION JACKSON LOCAL. “It is difficult to imagine where I would be without The Center. As a gathering place for our community’s artistic, cultural, and creative activity The Center has been indispensable to my personal and professional development. While a student at Jackson Hole High School, The Center provided me with a fundamental set of educational resources in my pursuit of a career in the visual arts. As a lifelong community member, The Center’s diverse programming and partnerships have consistently inspired and enriched my own cultural values, creative perspectives, and collaborative spirit. In a professional capacity, Center for the Arts has served as a foundational resource for nurturing the outlook and ethos of my media agency and staff. Through its unshakable stewardship of Jackson Hole’s cultural and creative resources, The Center has helped to ensure that the artistic experience remains central to who we are and what our community stands for.”
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CENTER PROGRAMMING CENTER PRESENTS The Center Presents series boasts a diverse selection of nationally and internationally recognized artists that range from musical acts to spoken word, film showings, and family programming that take place in The Center Theater. Driven by a mission to enhance the cultural vitality of Jackson Hole, The Center is constantly seeking outstanding talent to enliven our 500-seat performance venue and provide a venue for visual artists to showcase their work both inside and outside The Center campus. In 2021, we presented Béla Fleck, Robert Earl Keen, KT Tunstall, The Moth Mainstage, Jackson Hole’s Hootenanny, and The Infamous Stringdusters, to name a few.
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DIVERSE ARTS INITIATIVES Launched in 2021, The Center began to more actively seek regional visual artists with diverse backgrounds who can bring new perspectives to share with our community. The Center hosted Salt Lake City-based ceramicist Horacio Rodriguez in 2021, who, himself a product of multiple cultures and identities, creates art that explores psychological and physical borders. For Horacio’s exhibit, Subversive Souvenirs, The Center organized tours and discussions with students from Central Wyoming College and Teton County School District and reached nearly 400 people. TESTIMONIAL
HEIDI CRABTREE TEACHER, SUMMIT INNOVATIONS HIGH SCHOOL.
HORACIO RODRÍGUEZ SUBVERSIVE SOUVENIRS
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Horacio’s work deeply impacted many of our students. For some, his presentation and exhibit broadened their idea of what art can be and the purposes it might serve. For others, his exhibit allowed them to ask important questions and engage in meaningful conversations about the multiple factors that can impact our sense of identity. Until this point, very few of our students had been exposed to political art, the most common word used in our debrief after the exhibit was empowering. jhcenterforthearts.org
The Center is proud to promote local and regional artists, supporting excellent programming based on creative merit. In 2021, The Center was honored to partner with Andrew Munz, a local artist, to present the world premiere of “Homecoming Queen,” a performance grounded in Munz’s first-hand perspective of
growing up in Jackson, and surviving as a queer man in a state with a dark LGBTQ+ history. Featuring stand-up comedy and musical numbers, Munz’s sold-out performances on The Center Stage knocked the socks off of audiences and represented an exciting new concept for Center Collaborations. TESTIMONIAL
ANDREW MUNZ WRITER AND DIRECTOR OF “HOMECOMING QUEEN,” AND A LOCAL ARTIST RAISED IN JACKSON HOLE.
As a homegrown independent artist, I’m always grateful to utilize the Center for the Arts as a creative workspace. Many of my other productions and pieces were cultivated, rehearsed, and performed within its walls. In 2021, I presented my two-inone show, “Homecoming Queen/Cowboys like Us” in The Center Theater… [I]t would not have been possible without The Center’s trust and support of local artists, as well as the infrastructure where we create. To the organization and the exceptional people who run it, I am forever grateful. “HOMECOMING QUEEN” PHOTO CREDIT RYAN HITTNER
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WHERE YOUR SUPPORT GOES 2021 USE OF FUNDS
2021 SOURCES OF FUNDING
PROGRAMS & EVENTS 48%
RESIDENT LEASES 8%
INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS 40%
PROGRAMS & EVENTS 14%
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE 23%
GRANTS & PANDEMIC-RELATED RELIEF* 38%
LOOKING AHEAD: The first 15 years of The Center’s existence brought thousands of unique arts and cultural programs to Jackson Hole. Now, we are envisioning the next 15 years. Opportunities for growth and collaboration with Resident Organizations and our community abound, and The Center Board and Staff are focused on creating sustainability in all aspects of our mission. In the year ahead there will be opportunities to learn more about our strategic planning efforts and how to support The Center in this next chapter. *INCLUDES ONE-TIME FEDERAL FUNDING
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H O W T O G E T I N V O LV E D VISIT THE CENTER!
Located between Cache and Glenwood Streets just south of the town square, our 78,000 square foot building and adjacent Center Park are the hub of our vibrant cultural community.
Help out by joining our volunteer team as an event usher.
D O N AT E
Visit www.jhcenterforthearts.org/donate or contact us at 307.734.8956.
Join our incredible team of business partners to make a difference in the creative community in Jackson Hole.
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @thecenterjh to stay up to date on our latest events and news. TESTIMONIAL
ANDI LEBEAU REPRESENTATIVE WYOMING’S HOUSE DISTRICT 33, AND ARTIST FROM THE WIND RIVER RESERVATION.
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Art is important for Wyoming because artists are responsible for the important work of carrying on our culture’s traditions. Embracing our identity through art be it photography, illustration, craftwork, painting or more celebrates our identity. Center for the Arts inspires me because it brings a cultural energy, community energy, and artistic energy all in one place. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANDI LEBEAU
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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS IN 2021 $50,000 OR MORE Anonymous (2) Valerie Brown and Don Baker Agnes Bourne Jacque and John Jarve Lea Charitable Trust Mackenzie Family Foundation: Doug Mackenzie The O’Neil Foundation: Janet and Bill O’Neil Opatrny Family Foundation: Judy and Don Opatrny Crystal and Chris Sacca $20,000 - $49,000 Anonymous H.F. Burroughs Family Foundation: Andrea and Hal Burroughs Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Competitive Grants Program Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Old Bill’s Fun Run Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Opportunities Fund Susan and Joe Davenport Michael Dearing Roberta Bowman Denning and Steven Denning Jenny and Don Felsinger Heather Gray Cecilia and Jim Herbert Berte Hirschfield David and Debby Hopkins Foundation: Debby and David Hopkins Dawn and John Hummel
The Jaquith Family Foundation: Patty and Dick Jaquith Reece Jenkins The Niner Foundation: Pam and Dick Niner Marie and Bob Parks Ann and Steve Ryan Lindsay and James Wilcox $10,000 - $19,999 Anonymous Helen and Fred Arbuckle The Barn at Wind River Maureen and David Brown John and Eleanore Carifa Foundation: Ele and John Carifa Peggy and Kirk Davenport Charles Engelhard Foundation Sheryl and Jeff Flug Kathleen and Dan Heist The George and Karen James Family Foundation Inc.: Karen and George James Jenny and Kurt Listug Patty and John Lummis Alice and Rod Moorhead Newton Foundation: William C. Newton Marge and Gil Ordway Walter I. “Mike” and Jean Louise Thieme Endowment Fund: Sue Rope Janet Smith Christy Walton
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$5,000 - $9,999 Gina and Geoff Baldwin Rebecca and Dmitry Balyasny Kristi and Jeff Barens Kimberley Black and John Shelton Burton Family Foundation Christie and Jon Callaghan Eunice and Dave Conine Sage and Austin DePree Nisha and Stephen Dubois Betsy and Pete Forster Lisa and Are Friesecke Kathy and Lee Gardner Live Oak Fund: Theresa Polk Godchaux The Harrington Family Foundation: Lydia and Ron Harrington Robert Huggins and Shawn Cripps Erika Pearsall and Ned Jannotta Systemic Change Fund: Katharine Conover-Keller and Fred Keller Beedee Ladd Irene and Alan Lund Katie and Mack Mendenhall New West Building Company C.I.O.S.: Shirley and Paul Piper Rita and Henry Richter Sherri Samuels Leigh and Victor Sansone Anita and Julian Saul Foundation: Anita and Julian Saul Seidler Foundation: Mary and Stan Seidler Michael Sellett Susan and Nick Sutton Lisa and Mark Vallely The Whitley Family Charitable Fund Wyoming Arts Council
$1,000 - $4,999 Anonymous (3) Joe Albright and Marcia Kunstel Charitable Fund Jean Anderson Mary and Dan Armour Susan and Geoff Armstrong Carole and Burke Baker Betty Baril Fund Debbie and Randy Barker Andrea Gerkin and Frank Brummer Keith Burke Hilary and Marty Camino David and Liz Chandler Charitable Fund Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Micro Grants Program Scotty Craighead Jolane and Kevin Crawford Anna D’Andrea Jane and Charles Kusek J.P. DePree Family Fund at The Lake County Community Foundation Michele and Doug Dillard Donovan Family Foundation: Nancy and David Donovan David Elan Thomas M. Evans Jr. Foundation: Tania and Tom Evans Lisa and Chuck Fleischman Astrid Flood Jerry Freeland Myrna and Stephen Greenberg Guerrero Family Foundation: Jill Jachera and Fernando Guerrero Gary Halling Bruce Hawtin jhcenterforthearts.org
A.C. and Penney Hubbard Foundation: Penney and A.C. Hubbard Jackson Hole Art Auction JWJ Family Foundation, Inc.: Maria and Worthy Johnson Stephanie and Peter Lamelas Dave Landes Spirit Dance Foundation: Flo Lemle Ann and Clark MacKenzie Laurentius Marais Amy Kommer Minella Janet and Mark Mitchell Amanda and Trey Moore Jillian and Clay Moorhead Vicki Bass Morrow Caroline Mortimer Ann and Kent Nelson New Thought Digital Agency: Jesse Ryan Lenore and David Nichols Douglas Ober In Memory of Fran Ober Julie and Will Obering Keith B. Ohnmeis Foundation Annette and Noah Osnos EMWIGA Foundation: Trina and Mike Overlock Teri and Bert Romberg Ellen and Peter Safir Michele Gammer and Andy Salter Katherine and Jack Shook Ann and Senator Alan Simpson Nancy Jarrell and Ed Smail The Smerklo Family Garnett A. Smith Family Foundation: Bitsy and Garnett Smith Kimberly and Simon Stertzer Karen and Dick Stewart STS Foundation: Pam and Phelps Swift Warren Tichenor Robyne and Randolph Townsend jhcenterforthearts.org
Barbara and Stan Trachenberg Whole Foods Market Community Giving Program Bettina Whyte Jennifer and Matt Wiener Wolfensohn Family Foundation Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund Wyoming Humanities Council Youth Philanthropy Program Fund of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole $500 - $999 Anonymous (4) Megan and Ralph Callaway Susie and Bob Caspar Thursday Roundtable Fund of Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Beth and Patrick Coyne Suzy and Bob Cronholm Alissa Ehrenkranz and Patrick Dominick Karen and Glenn Doshay Robert Duggan Ehrenkranz Family Foundation: Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Facebook Marcia Allen and Gary Finkel Amy and Jeff Golightly Gigi and Mike Halloran Leslye and David Hardie Shelley and John Holland Chris Kirkpatrick Kathy Kline Albert and Bertha Markstein Foundation: Robert G. Markstein Christine and David Murdoch Jr. Family Foundation: Christine and David Murdoch Camille Obering Musser and Ben Musser
O’Hare Family Private Foundation: Kacy and Scott O’Hare MacGregor Realty LLC / MAC Properties Gloria Polis RMB Capital Management Hans Sack Schwartz Family Teton County Legacy Fund: Cheryl and Bill Schwartz Emilie and Ethan Steinberg Nona Yehia and Mark Sullivan Anna and Steve Sullivan Edwin Thomas Raymond Thomas Betha and Elliot Wegbreit Katie and Steven White Drew Zepernick $100 - $499 Anonymous (7) Sara Adamson Fraida and Robert Aland Laurie Andrews Sallie and Dub Ausley Joan Baldwin Joyce and John Batson Chrispher Beda Jan and Bob Benz Kate Binger Blackburn Drug:James Blackburn Ruth and Tim Bradley Anne and Clay Bradley Becky Braman Lindsay and Jackson Brandenburg The Brooks Foundation: Linda and Tony Brooks Willi Brooks Mary and David Bushnell Sally and Jim Byrne Jane and John Carey
Betsy Carlin and Becky Watson Elizabeth Cheroutes Kathryn Smith and Litt Clark Karen and Jim Coleman Martin Colombatto Kim and George Cornelson Helen and Michael Cottingham Merle Jo Crandall Christine and Art Denton Randy DePree Mariam and Scott Diehl Barbara Allen and Peter Dittmar Gayle Downing Factory Information Technology Katharine and Jerry Falco Sarah and Stephen Fetters Robin and John Fields Jill Veber and Raymond Fink Forbes Öste Family MJ and Dan Forman Petria and Scott Fossel Julie and Fred Gaston Carrie and Mike Geraci Patty and Mike Gierau Jill Baldauf and Steve Grossman Bonnie and Sheldon Guren Julie Ann Giacobassi and Zach Hall Ann Harvey and Michael Campbell Charisse and Curt Haws Cynthia and Tom Hirsch Karen and Dick Hobbins Julie Holding Catherine and Tom Holland Aleathia Hoster and Tim Brown Carrie and Jack Howe Mekki Jaidi Emily and Adam Janak Jessica and Chris Jaubert
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Andrea and Monroe Rosenthal Joyce Frye and Doug Ross William Rudd Lindley Rust Brian Schilling Claudia and Michael Schrotz Vita Picchi and Will Schwartz Saul Silverstein Scott Smith Andrew Smith Melissa and Jason Snider Kelsey Spaulding Real Estate Patricia Deeds Starr and Dan Starr Bridget Mullen and Michael Stern Pamela Stockton Jonathan Stuart Mindy and Greg Sturgis Rebecca Swift Lori Taylor Shirley and Wes Timmerman Cathy Dombi and Philip Trautman Juliet Unfried Amy and Steve Unfried Karen Van Norman Evie Lewis and Doug Vogel Peter Walmsley Leslie and Jim Walter Betty and Jim Walton Lisa and Mark Wan Ali and Hal Wheeler Missy Whelan Chris and Erich Wilbrecht Karen Wilbrecht Chris and Kurt Wimberg Melody Lin and Loring Woodman Susan and David Work GIVING PERIOD: 1.1.2021 - 12.31.2021
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DONATIONS of $5 or less in 2021
DONATIONS of $1,000 or more in 2021
DONORS that donated 2 or more times
OLD BILL’S FUN RUN total number of donations (15% increase from 2020)
DAYS campus activated
TICKETS SOLD LIVESTREAMED EVENTS to over 30,000 viewers
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2021 DONORS CONTINUED Chelcie Jonke Larry Jorgensen Pamela Kearns Gudrun Rice and Charles Kerr Kathryn Nyrop and Stephen Koch Pamela and Charles Koob Madison Kwasny Laura and Ted Ladd Christine Langdon Sharel Lund Nancy Lundgren Patricia and Donald MacNaughton Elizabeth Drapela and Steve Markason Georgia Mayer Holly McCollister Susan McDowell Foundation: Susie McDowell Mary McSorley Marian and Dave Meyers Elinor and Scott Miller Jim Mitchell Sweet Life Foundation: Anne and Tom Muller Andrew Munz Margi and Tim Griffith Kelly Newton Mia Jensen and Sean O’Malley OMW Foundation: Whiteley and Nick Wheeler The Perkins Charitable Foundation Leslie Peterson and Hank Phibbs Lisa and Scott Pierson Paula Szypko and Marty Quadland Toby Rankin Rosie and Shelby Read Kristin and Joel Revill Lisa Ridgway
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