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From the Head of School

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Geoffrey Wagg Installed as Waynflete’s Head of School

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Building Community

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Talking About It All With a New Generation of Waynflete Women

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Jim Millard Travels to Cambodia

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Events

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Collaborating With Technology

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Spheres of Influence

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Sustainable Ocean Studies

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A Commitment to Crew

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Alumni Profiles

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Drake Award

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Ruth Cook Hyde 1910 Circle

This publication is printed on paper recycled without the use of chlorine. Designed by Anne Anderson Thank you to Winky Lewis for contributing photographs for the cover, back cover, this page, and many more throughout this issue. Cover: Spheres of Influence exhibit This Page: Lower School Art Studio

2013–2014 BOARD OF TRUSTEES William A. Torrey, President Anne O. Jackson, Vice President Conan Deady, Secretary Vincent Veroneau, Treasurer William Harwood, Member-At-Large Krista Aronson Jane Batzell Carolyn Braun Tom Cronin ’78 Greg Hastings Hilary Holm ’82 Tasha Irving Kate Jeton Dale Lewis Gregg Lipton Sue McMullan Denney Morton Erica Schair-Cardona ’94 Susan Spagnola Alexander H. Spaulding Geoffrey Wagg (Head of School) TRUSTEES EMERITI Charlton H. Ames Thomas M. Armstrong Nancy M. Beebe ’63 Roger Berle Elizabeth P. Carroll Marylee Dodge Maria Tymoski Glaser Sherry Huber Peter McPheeters Deborah Reed Ineke Schair Alice Spencer Mary Lou Sprague ’46 Ann Staples Waldron


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 I  W   F  2012, I spent almost an hour observing the vertical classrooms of the Lower School. I was fascinated by the structure of the classrooms, the way the children were organized into home stations, and the two-year groupings. I had certainly heard of this method of organizing a Lower School, but I had never experienced it firsthand. I left my first visit with this sense that I was watching something incredibly special, but I could not quite put my finger on what it was.

Then it occurred to me; I was witnessing an example of true collaboration. The Waynflete Lower School teachers work in the most collaborative teaching environment I have ever seen. There are four teachers, each with their own home station, always within ear or eyeshot of each other. They are always aware of what their colleagues are doing, always learning new things, and always on display. Teaching has often been described as a lonely profession because it often happens behind the closed door of a classroom. In the Lower School, there are no doors separating one space from another, no barriers to collaboration, and a teaching culture that needs significant planning time to deliver the quality program that is the Lower School. As I have gotten to know Waynflete, I have witnessed this culture of collaboration in all divisions of the school. The academic departments and advising teams meet regularly to discuss programs. Every teacher belongs to a Critical Inquiry Team or Technology Learning Cohort. At Waynflete, there is a strong ethic of working together to grow and develop both as individuals and as an institution. This collaborative nature is part of the school’s DNA and our students are the beneficiaries.

At Waynflete, there is a strong ethic of working together to grow and develop both as individuals and as an institution. This collaborative nature is part of the school’s DNA and our students are the beneficiaries.

I believe that one of the reasons the advising program at Waynflete is so powerful is because advisors see their mentoring of students as a collaborative process. Advisors and students work together to navigate the ups and downs of adolescence and going to school in an academically demanding place. The students know that their advisor is their advocate and the bond that develops is often a defining part of a child’s Waynflete experience.

At the heart of a truly collaborative experience is a culture of trust. I have experienced a number of wonderful learning communities during my career, but there is something unusually strong about the culture of trust at Waynflete. You see it in colleague-to-colleague interactions, in the mutual respect shared between students and faculty, and in the trust placed in the School by parents. Trust is the glue that allows the rest of Waynflete’s collaborative nature to thrive. As you read this issue of Waynflete Magazine, you will learn about the wonderful opportunities that exist as a result of the trusting and collaborative nature of the School. Sincerely,

Geoff Wagg

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Geoffrey Wagg Installed as Waynflete’s Head of School

Geoffrey Wagg was installed as Waynflete’s twelfth Head of School on Sunday, September 22, in the Abromson Center at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. More than 250 people attended the ceremony, which featured music by the Waynflete Upper School Jazz Combo and the Waynflete Chamber Ensemble. Speakers included Board of Trustees President William A. Torrey, Dean of Faculty Nancy Tabb, Student Government Co-President Kaya Williams ’14 and Geoffrey Wagg. Just before he was installed as Head of School, Geoff was presented with a framed copy of the charter of Waynflete School, dated March 8, 1935.

In his address to the audience, Geoff said he is thrilled to be leading Waynflete forward and that “There is a level of trust, congeniality and connection at Waynflete that surpasses anything I have experienced elsewhere. There is an incredible sense of ownership on the part of the entire community: faculty, staff, students, parents and alumni.” Bill Torrey described the Board’s goals in finding a new Head of School and the enormous task Geoff has in guiding the School into the future. “Leading an educational institution these days requires the wisdom of Solomon, the patience of Job, and the vision and fortitude of Abraham,” Bill said. “We will ask all of these things of Geoff and we will call upon him to recognize and polish the things we are very good at doing and to identify and improve the areas in which we can do better.”

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BUILDING COMMUNITY Head of School Geoff Wagg has been busy this year getting to know Waynflete and the community. He and his wife, Alice, have hosted numerous parent potluck gatherings at their home, he went white water rafting with the senior class for Outdoor Experience, and he is a constant presence greeting students arriving to school each day. Geoff has also been busy planning surprises for students as a way to engage them and build community. In September, Geoff encouraged Upper School students to introduce themselves to him during a cookout in Waynhenge. Unbeknownst to the students, if they took Geoff up on his offer they received a ticket for a cupcake from a dessert truck he arranged to come to campus or a GoBerry frozen yogurt. In recognition of the first-ever all-Middle School collaboration on the Gallery exhibit, Spheres of Influence, Geoff surprised the students by arranging a visit by a donut truck to hand out freshly made warm donuts. Waynflete parents John Frumer and Elizabeth Barrett brought their authentic cider press and made fresh apple cider.

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Talking About It All With a New Generation of Waynflete Women by Lydia Maier ’90 Upper School Dean of Students

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ceilings, the American corporate workplace has yet to adopt critical, flexible, family-friendly policies that would honor the complexity of demands facing women who juggle multiple roles. This time, unlike my response twenty years earlier to Hochschild’s work, I resonated deeply with the author’s experience of trending toward superhuman in an effort to do it all at any cost. I sensed the urgency of her call to reexamine current realities lest an untenable set of expectations leaves us and our daughters and students perpetually striving for an elusive solution to the stress of “doing it all.” This matter-of-fact but nonetheless lightning-rod article provoked in me (and apparently a spectacular number of others) a burgeoning need–to which our then junior class girls also gave expression–to talk about it all. The following fall, as these students and I began to explore the scope of the issues impacting them, we decided to host a screening of the film, Miss Representation, which examines the pervasive media objectification of all kinds of women — especially those in powerful roles. Impressed by the girls’ autobiographical facilitation of the panel afterward, I realized how each new generation must discover first-hand how to make sense of the barriers that hold them back from full and equal participation. I could see much to be gained by continuing these bold conversations within and across generations of women, starting right here at Waynflete. True progress requires dialogue, and real dialogue invites controversy, as it amounts to finding a way to wrestle with the issues, not shy away from them. Waynflete Girls Leadership Training (GLTR) formed as a powerful positive reaction to Miss Representation by a group of students committed to keeping the ensuing provocative conversations alive. Now, in the fall of 2013, with the core founding members off in college, the group has become a safe place to identify and discuss obstacles women and girls face as they strive for success almost anywhere. Today Waynflete no longer has daily “uniform checks” as it did in the 60s for its female students, but instead has rich conversations about the messages we want to convey with our choice of dress to “check” on what is or isn’t empowering. The group strives to be a place where girls can pursue their best selves while supporting others to do the same through role modeling and mentoring. This fall, we hosted the groundbreaking documentary Girl Rising which chronicles nine stories both harrowing and breathtaking about the resilience, determination and spirit of girls seeking their freedom through education. The first of over 2,000 worldwide screenings, the Waynflete event and accompanying discussion afterward left no one’s worldview untouched. There were tears and applause as girls in GLTR spoke out about the personal impact of the film and their motivation to fight for the rights of girls and to join a growing global movement for change. I won’t know for a few years what kind of a role model I’ve managed to be for my eight-year-old daughter, but the GLTR group discussions have spurred me to examine my own leadership capacity anew both for her sake as well as mine. Within a few months after establishing the group, I began a Leadership Fellowship through the National Association of Independent Schools, a rich program that has offered me the support of a diverse circle of professional women walking similar paths. The more practice all of us have speaking about and prioritizing what we need to flourish as unique individuals, the sooner we can live beyond persistent gender inequalities. As far-reaching as the issues still are, I believe that a broad-based contemporary women’s movement–one that will benefit the collective good– is rooted in individual empowerment, with women of every generation reflecting on their own experiences and staying in conversation with each other about it all. Lydia Maier, ’90, LCSW, MBA, is in her eleventh year as Upper School Dean of Students. Her work was recently recognized by the Spagnola family, who created the Lydia Maier Endowment to express their gratitude for her leadership in support of their family. She is currently leading an effort to create a summer workshop entitled “Teachings in Mindful Education: Professional Development in Wellness and Renewal for Maine Educators,” which is a collaboration between Bowdoin College, the Chewonki Foundation, and Waynflete School. To read more about the Lydia Maier Endowment, see page 31. 5


Waynflete English Faculty Jim Millard Travels to Cambodia “Each day we got better and better at communicating, or we communicated as people do with pointing and smiling,” he said. “But you quickly realize there is a different kind of vitality there, a different kind of forward-thinking. They are beautiful people.” Jim and his group worked building the posts in the hot, humid weather during the day, then would gather each evening to debrief and put their experiences in an academic perspective using the Five Lenses of SStS. “Some evenings it would be a quick debrief, other evenings we would continue the discussion for an hour or more to work with the issues, concepts and realities and mesh them all together,” said Jim. For Jim, the biggest lesson of his Cambodia experience was realizing the reality of interdependence. “That is so huge, so humbling,” he said. “There is no such thing as a self-made man. To see the graciousness and hospitality of the Cambodian people who take you in and feed you and laugh with you is humbling.”

English faculty Jim Millard had been searching for just the right service learning opportunity for a number of years, so when the chance to travel to Cambodia last summer came up, he jumped at it. Months later, Jim is able to look back on his experience and says he was transformed. “It was magic,” he said.

Jim admits he’s hooked on this kind of service-learning trip. “They needed a leader on this Cambodia trip so I went, but honestly I would have gone anywhere,” he said. “I would love to do this again and again. I want more of our students to have the experience of the laborious nature of actually being in a community and actually contributing to something and living the lifestyle of the people there—the integration of human interaction and real-world classroom.”

Jim spent nine days and eight nights in the island village of Koh Preah through the group Students Shoulder to Shoulder. He served as the course instructor for a group of about ten students from all over the world constructing concrete posts to support a barbed wire fence to go around the local elementary school. “They need the fence to keep water buffalos and local cows from coming in and spoiling the fields,” Jim explained. “Now they have posts that will last 50 to 60 years.” The trips through Students Shoulder to Shoulder are developed in cooperation with non-governmental organizations whose particular missions have taken them to areas where they believe they can effect sustainable change. All SStS projects are regionally inspired, locally supported and aligned with basic principles of sustainability, according to the group’s website. The program’s curriculum core is shaped by the “Five Lenses of SStS”—economics, culture, politics, ethics and geography. While in Koh Preah, Jim lived with a local family of six people as part of the homestay experience which is integral to the program. The villagers spoke very little English and Jim’s group spoke very little Khmer, but they managed to communicate with each other. 6

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Top: Waynflete English faculty Jim Millard offers some of the dozens of prepared dishes to the monks in the temple. Each Sunday the local community brings a bounty of dishes for their spiritual leaders at the weekly worship service. Each dish is offered in a prescribed ceremony. Bottom: Jim Millard (bottom left) with the Students Shoulder to Shoulder group.


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Donor recognition event at the Black Point Inn , September 19, 2012 1 (l–r) Trustee Erica Schair-Cardona ’94, Sara Crisp, Ivan Cardona , Trustee Jane Batzell , Trustee Gregg Lipton and Greg Boulos

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Hands to Art, November 16, 2012 3 Bidders enjoy art and conversation at last year’s successful art auction.

4 (l-r) Kate Burnham, Trustee Sandy Spaulding and Jill Spaulding Spring Fling, May 18, 2013 5 Charlie DiNapoli ’23 plays games at the carnival

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Lobster Bake, Reunion Weekend, May 18, 2013 7 Members of the Class of 1993 with Math faculty Drew Dubuque, (l-r) Molly Miller Sparling, Heather Kimball-Titus, Phoebe Hazard-Backler, Drew, Jessica Tighe

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COLLABORATING WITH TECHNOLOGY The students in Grades 4-5 had an assignment for the fall harvest of Waynflete’s community garden this year—use an iPad to take photographs or videos of themselves with their K-1 buddies as they harvested vegetables. Inspired by the assignment, one older student asked if they could do more; he suggested documenting every time they meet with their buddies to create an entire collection of buddy photos and videos for the year. “The thought never crossed my mind,” said the student’s teacher, Tim Hebda, “but I thought it was fantastic and I told him, ‘Go do it!’” Teachers learning from students is just one part of the collaboration that exists among the Lower School students and faculty as they integrate technology into the curriculum. “This is a collaborative effort because the iPad is such a personal device and there are so many ways to be creative,” said Tim. “There is no way for the adults to know it all, and it’s natural for kids to push buttons and figure out different ways to use things.” The Lower School Technology Learning Cohort (TLC) has spearheaded faculty exploration and experimentation as teaching teams thoughtfully integrate technology within the curriculum. When the Lower School TLC was formed two years ago, Apple iPads were just beginning to make their way into the daily lives of many. Lower School teachers saw tremendous possibility to promote creativity, collaboration, and increased opportunities for students to express understanding from Early Childhood through fifth grade. ”Since they are so easy for young children to use, they made an impact in the classroom that we didn’t realize would happen,” said Technology Director Page Lennig. “The iPads blended in with Early Childhood’s Reggio Emilia storytelling method; kids were teaching other kids in new and exciting ways.” Lower School faculty began focusing more of their professional development opportunities on becoming familiar with these emerging technologies, and considering how they can enhance the student experience.

tools,” said Lower School Director Ben Thrash. “As faculty have increased their understanding and education, more possibilities have emerged. We see each new technology as a potential tool for meeting the needs of our students. I have tremendous respect for the Lower School faculty and trust them to determine if and when technology can support teaching objectives and the learning plan. We constantly ask whether a given technology improves or detracts from the learning experience. “ “We’re not jumping on the bandwagon,” said Tim. “We’re thinking about how the tool can help students access information and share their learning. We’re not replacing strategies and tools that have worked in the past; we’re adding another tool to our toolbox.” The Lower School faculty collaborates regularly to explore new uses of the iPad, and to share what they have learned at conferences and workshops. “The conversation and collaboration are important,” said 4-5 faculty member Kai Bicknell. “We do a lot of purposeful experimentation because you have to play with the iPad to figure it out.” Through it all, Waynflete’s mission continues to guide program development, believes Ben Thrash. “Learning in the Lower School begins with strong relationships and hands-on, direct experience, and this premise hasn’t changed. We’re finding that when used effectively, technology can create new tasks previously inconceivable, and expand learning beyond the classroom,” he says. “It’s both exciting and at times overwhelming, but it certainly doesn’t replace the importance of direct person-to-person contact and experience.”

This year 4-5 introduced a one-to-one iPad program where each student is assigned an iPad to use as an additional classroom tool.

Left: 4-5 Teacher Tim Hebda with Emma Vanamee ’21

“The process of experimenting and the conversations among teachers have resulted in learning new and different teaching

Right: Laney Friedland ’21

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“This is a way of saying that we are engaged in a collective endeavor. It’s something each of us contributed to, made and shaped in our own unique way.” Divya Muralidhara

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SPHERES OF INFLUENCE Each year as the summer winds down and students return to campus, the Middle School begins the year with LEAP Week, a time spent bonding as a community and easing back into the rhythms of school life. This year, the entire Middle School spent part of LEAP (Learn-ExploreAppreciate-Play) Week collaborating on an art exhibit for a Gallery installation called Spheres of Influence. In past years the first Gallery show was created by the Eighth Grade class alone as part of its LEAP Week and Studio Art curriculum. This year the project gained meaning with the inclusion of every voice in the Middle School. “The installation is about the power of language whether spoken, heard, written or read. It is about the power of a single voice as well as the strength of the collective voice,” says Gallery Director and 6–12 Visual Arts Chair Judy Novey. “The exhibit is also about being empowered; by being allowed to use one’s voice, to be heard, to be influential, to spread influence. It is also about listening and being receptive to the wisdom of others. Another theme that permeates the exhibit is the power that language has to foster appreciation; to make us stop and reflect upon all that is beautiful in the world.” “This is a way of saying that we are engaged in a collective endeavor,” says Middle School Director Divya Muralidhara. “It’s something each of us contributed to, made and shaped in our own unique way.” Every student made three different-sized spheres formed with strips of text. The Middle School Advisors and Art teachers also contributed their own spheres, making a total of more than 400. Each advising team designed their own curriculum in such a way that their students could either research or write language that reflected values, environments and people that they admired and cherished. “Each one of the spheres represents the students’ voices and perspectives,” says Divya. “Something they were inspired by, an observation about their life, a reflection on a person, place or value that is important to them, or simply language that spoke to them when they read it.” The spheres contain quotations from world leaders, local Maine writers, athletes, philosophers and thinkers, scientists, inventors, mathematicians, poets, artists and many others. The installation also contains an audio track of each student reading an excerpt of his or her writing, making the idea of “voice” come alive. By looking through the binders for each grade visitors can read both the prompts and the work of each student. Spheres of Influence runs through December 11.

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A Partnership Between People, Programs and the Environment

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hey were strangers, really, who had come together from places scattered across the country. Places like Rhode Island, Washington, New Jersey and Maine. They gathered at the Waynflete School campus in the torrential rain, probably questioning why they had signed up for this adventure in the first place. They looked around at kids they didn’t know, having no idea that in three weeks they would have formed a deep bond with each other and learned more than they ever expected. The group of 13 students was gathered to participate in Sustainable Ocean Studies, a technology-rich, field-based, communityoriented program open to students entering grades 10, 11 and 12. Sponsored jointly by Waynflete and Chewonki Semester School, SOS uses the ocean as its classroom, blending adventure and handson experiences in a variety of ecosystems with important dialogue about the ecology, economics, policies and people of the ocean. According to SOS Director David Vaughan, learning from the people of the ocean is one of the most important elements of the program. “The students are going to the people who live this to learn,” he says. “Their teachers are the people who are most deeply involved in the issues they are studying, and their interaction with these people is what shapes the experience.”

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This year, the “teachers” included people who all live the Gulf of Maine in some way, including (among many others) University of Maine School of Marine Sciences faculty at the Darling Marine Center in Walpole; Roger Berle of Cliff Island, who toured his island with the students and discussed the challenge of sustaining year-round island communities; College of the Atlantic faculty member John Anderson, from whom the students learned about nesting bird research on their trip to Great Duck Island: longtime Monhegan lobsterman Doug Boynton; Darrell Pardy of Bristol Seafood, who explored the challenges of creating a sustainable seafood industry; representatives of Ocean Approved, who looked at innovative approaches to seaweed aquaculture; and members of the Conservation Law Foundation, who invited the students to participate in a roundtable discussion on the health of the ocean. Viewing the ocean through the eyes of such people gives students insight and understanding that no textbook ever could. “By hearing from these people, the students are not only able to understand the complexity of the issues involved, but also the importance of bringing all of the stakeholders to the table,” says David. “They learn to understand a person’s perspective based on the role of the stakeholder, and they begin to understand how complicated it is to manage an ecosystem based on the stakeholders’ often competing interests.”


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Collaboration among the students is key to the richness of their experience, from setting up a tent to cooking to researching to reaching a consensus on conclusions. “The whole program is based on collaboration,” recalls Claire Brunner of Seattle, Washington. “From group projects to working together during research and chatting over a campfire, there were always new ideas being developed and explored.” The focus on collaboration is intentional, according to David. “Collaboration between stakeholders and decision-makers will be necessary if the competing stakeholder interests are to be addressed.”

“The whole program is based on collaboration. From group projects to working together during research and chatting over a campfire, there were always new ideas being developed and explored.” Sustainable Ocean Studies is founded on the idea that place based education engages students in profoundly meaningful ways. While traveling from Casco Bay to Frenchman’s Bay off Mount Desert Island, students come to know and understand the Gulf of Maine through personal experience. They work directly with researchers, talk with people who depend on the Gulf for their livelihood, and come to know these issues through their interactions with the wide variety of stakeholders. By being immersed in the Gulf of Maine during an introductory scuba dive, sea kayaking for three days off of Stonington, and working with lobstermen, scientists and staff from a number of different non-profit organizations, the students develop a deepened understanding of the many faces of the Gulf of Maine. The students are organized into three groups at the beginning of the program, and they select which sustainability “lens” they will focus on throughout their experience— ecology, economy or culture. Looking through one of these lenses, they investigate key issues of the Gulf of Maine like the sustainability of

year-round island communities and the lobster and ground fishing industries, onshore and offshore wind power, and shellfish and seaweed aquaculture. After three fast-paced weeks of traveling and exploring the Maine coast, the students are then asked to take what they learned and form final presentations. Working together, the students need to look through their “lens” to answer a particular question sparked during the program by creating a multimedia presentation that they share with their faculty, families and friends at Chewonki on the last night of the program. “In the last couple of days of the program the students worked incredibly hard to pull together just a piece of what they delved into over the three weeks,” says David. “They learned the trials and tribulations of field science and talking to people who live in unique and unusual environments. If they had known on the first day the experiences that lay ahead of them, particularly with each other, they would have been pretty surprised.” “We had about two days to put a video together, but the process really occurred through the entire experience,” says Kaya Williams ’14, whose group used the cultural lens. “Every activity we participated in and all the people we talked to, we did so through the lens of culture and how culture was affected, so by the time we were actually putting the video together we knew exactly what needed to be talked about.” “The process wasn’t stressful, it was fun and exciting because we were being allowed to show how much we had learned in a month,” says Kaya. “In comparison to everything else we did, the final presentation was easier in some ways. It wasn’t the same as digging through mud to find and identify organisms, but it was equally challenging.” For the students, collaborating with each other through SOS provided not only a way to deepen their understanding of ocean research and advocacy but also of their place in a small community of people. “The biggest surprise for me was how easy it was for all of us to get along and work together,” says Molly Brown of Bar Harbor. Claire Brunner agrees. “I met some of the most passionate, caring and inspiring people on my adventures through SOS,” she says. “I learned more from my peers than I ever thought possible and they have become some of my closest friends.” Visit www.waynflete.org/summertime for SOS photo galleries, blogs and program information. 13


A Commitment to Crew It’s a short season for the Waynflete Crew team. It’s cold, windy and muddy when the season begins in April and it can be hard to stay motivated to get in a scull and out on the Fore River. In what seems like the blink of an eye June is here and the team races its last race—then school is over and everyone is gone for the summer. When the first Waynflete Crew team originated 12 years ago there was just a handful of kids signed up. They had no dock, no rack and a borrowed scull. Last spring the team included three times that number of students, a dock at the Fore River Fields and 12 shells with racks. The team continues to grow each year, thanks to the commitment and enthusiasm of the students, the knowledge and dedication of head coach CC Stockly, and the support of the Waynflete administration. Waynflete Athletic Director Ross Burdick credits CC’s passion and knowledge for the growth of the Crew program at Waynflete. “The athletes see her work ethic and enthusiasm and want to match it,” he said. “They have to be committed,” said CC. “The kids have to be there to make it work. If you’re not here on an afternoon, your boat can’t row.” Ross agrees. “All team members invest themselves passionately in the sport and the season,” he said. Crew, like the Capeflete girls hockey team, is one of the unique teams at Waynflete that incorporates both Waynflete students and students from other schools without a team in that sport like Falmouth High School, Cape Elizabeth High School and Cheverus High School, among others. The collaboration between the

“The lessons they learn on the water are certainly translatable to life— collaboration, flexibility, adaptability and perseverance.”

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students is one of the main reasons it works. “The students begin working together and you can see them move from complete befuddlement at the beginning to the point where everything starts to click and you see their faces just light up,” CC says. Waynflete’s girls and boys Crew teams row primarily in teams of four, plus the coxswain—the person who steers, motivates, calls the race plan and keeps everyone working hard. The season runs from late April to June, with five racing dates and plenty of practices, rain or shine. The team competes in races against Yarmouth High School in Maine, as well as schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Many Crew team members have continued rowing after graduating, and they keep in touch with their Waynflete coach. “I have to teach them to trust me and the knowledge that I’m giving them,” CC said. “They’re going to take that knowledge and go with it. The lessons they learn on the water are certainly translatable to life—collaboration, flexibility, adaptability and perseverance.” While a rowing coach’s dream boat features a crew of big, strong quadruplets, said CC, any boat can be limited by the weakest rower in it. But she says the good ones are those that can combine the individual strengths to “create a power greater than the sum of its parts.” “Crew is a unique combination of incredible technical knowledge and sheer power,” explains CC. “You have to use that knowledge and power in unison with everyone else on the boat to make it work. It’s a sport that will grab you.”


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Nellie Semmes ’12 Nellie Semmes ’12 was a force to be reckoned with as a member of the Waynflete Model United Nations team. A consistent award-winner at conferences, she was part of the team that traveled to the Harvard Model UN conference in 2011. Today Nellie is a sophomore at Tulane University on the premed track. She is also a member of the school’s Model UN team, which is currently ranked 20th in the nation. When she arrived at Tulane in 2012 she sought out the Model UN team because she loves the experience. She has participated in conferences at Duke University and the University of California at Berkeley, among others. “The college Model UN circuit is a lot more competitive,” explained Nellie, “but I’m pretty familiar with it. I do a lot of preparation.” She said her experience on the Waynflete team helped her make the jump to a bigger circuit because she learned how to prepare, research and feel comfortable speaking in public. Model UN programs help students build their oratory skills and use creativity to compete in debates about international relations. At the conferences teams compete in two forms of debate: Crisis Committees involves fast-paced debate in which mock delegates must confront scenarios like cross-border arms trafficking and the uses and restrictions of the coca leaf; and General Assembly which is a formal debate like those at the United Nations.

Jessica Nowinski ’88 When she graduated from Waynflete in 1988 and headed for Barnard College, Jessica Nowinski had every intention of majoring in theater. Instead, Jessica would go on to earn a PhD in cognitive psychology at Stanford. Twenty-five years later, she is the deputy head of a $30-million research project for NASA. Two elements of her Waynflete education were keys to her success, she says: critical thinking and writing skills. “I was prepared for anything.” Jessica arrived at her current career through hard work and a bit of serendipity. When one of her professors posted a position in a psychology lab, she applied for the job. She wasn’t sure whether she wanted to pursue experimental or clinical work in psychology until she took a position managing a human memory lab across the street at Columbia University. “There I interacted with PhD students and developed a strong interest in human learning and memory,” she says. That’s when she decided to head to Stanford, to begin her PhD work in cognitive psychology. She learned of a position in cognitive psychology at the NASA Ames Research Center, just as she was completing her dissertation.

Spending about two nights each week in between her studies, sorority activities and work with the Tulane Organization for Global Affairs, Nellie prepares meticulously for Model UN conferences by reading from sources like the CIA World Factbook and websites including Al Jazeera and the Brookings Institute. “I compile information about the country, then I learn about the topic and let it all uncover itself,” she said.

Jessica spent her first five years at NASA researching issues related to prospective memory, or remembering to perform actions in the future. “It’s a critical issue for pilots and astronauts,” she explains. Today she works under the Aviation Safety Program at NASA headquarters as a Deputy Project Manager. The Project employs more than 100 researchers at four research centers throughout the United States. The work focuses on a wide range of projects related to aviation safety, including mining flight data, certification of flight critical systems, vehicle health monitoring and, “near and dear to my heart, human performance and human-automation interaction,” Jessica says.

Model UN is “reinforcing and character-building” explained Nellie, but it’s not for the shy. “You do have to be a bit outgoing to be successful, you have to be able to stand up in a room of 150 people and give a thirty-second talk.” And it’s an environment in which Nellie thrives. “It’s extremely rewarding,” she said. “It’s not only a great way to meet engaged students but it reinforces a lot of what you’re learning in class.”

Jessica, who loves the fact that her work allows her to be a “perpetual student,” says that the value Waynflete placed on curiosity has been key. “I was not an avid science student at Waynflete, but the tendency to ask ‘why’ was nurtured there and was ready to blossom when I found the right discipline,” she states. The School also promoted the development of confidence, she adds, “a willingness to try even if the odds might be long.” 15


Jan Macleod Receives 2013 Drake Award Jan Macleod is the 2013 Drake Award recipient. Below is text from the presentation given by Board President William A. Torrey at Commencement. “Jan has been engaged with the School as a parent, sending two children through Waynflete, and also as an active volunteer, serving on the Board of Trustees. During her two very busy terms on the Board, she served on the Finance Committee, the Investment Sub-Committee, the Executive Committee, and the Ad-Hoc Strategic Planning Committee while also taking on the important role of Treasurer. Her wealth of knowledge about investments continually benefited the School as she has steered us through challenging economic times with a steadfast hand. Instrumental in the growth and management of the School’s endowment, she also played a key role in helping the School secure the financing that made possible the simultaneous construction of the Arts Center and Franklin Theater with the expansion of our endowment. One of her greatest contributions has been her ability to educate others about investment, providing invaluable knowledge to her fellow Trustees, and guaranteeing that the Board is able to fulfill one of its most important responsibilities: ensuring the financial health and sustainability of the School. She is a powerful teacher, bringing to her colleagues clarity and understanding about complex matters.

The Waynflete Board of Trustees has announced two new members: Tom Cronin ’78 most recently served as CEO of Neighborhood Diabetes, a company providing diabetes products to clients throughout the eastern United States. Prior to Neighborhood Diabetes, Tom owned and served as CEO of CranBarry, Inc., a sporting goods manufacturer. After selling CranBarry in 1999, Tom spent three years teaching high school math at Lowell High 16

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Jan has a language all her own, as trustees and administrators came to learn during her work on everything from tax-exempt bond financing to endowment management to financial aid. Her powerful analytic mind notwithstanding, she will refer to trend data as ’lumpy’ and make the case for ’smoothing’ in fiscal decisionmaking. She will use ’yin and yang’ together as a verb, anything to help explain an issue or advocate for a course of action. She has been a teacher for all of us who hold the School and its resources in trust, and Waynflete’s strong financial health today is due in no small part to her leadership. Acting on her passion for Waynflete, her advocacy for the School has gone beyond financial matters. She regularly engaged in longterm visioning, helping to frame goals for the School as part of Waynflete’s strategic planning. During that process, she could be counted on for always using the mission of the School to shape our future goals. Supporting the School long after her daughters had graduated and she had completed her term on the Board, she continued to work for Waynflete. She currently serves as a member of the Investment Committee providing essential fiduciary guidance and oversight. Thanks to her deep understanding, the School today is wisely invested and well managed. Her tireless efforts to ensure that a Waynflete experience is available to students for generations to come have been truly remarkable. A diligent volunteer in support of the School, sitting on committees isn’t the limit of her participation; she can be counted on to attend all sorts of events, from lobster bakes to crew races, athletic events to art shows; if there is an opportunity to demonstrate her love of Waynflete, we can count on her to participate. The energy and dedication shown by Jan has helped propel Waynflete forward over the last decade, and continues to inspire all those who love this School.”

School, and coaching soccer at the high school varsity level. Early in his career, Tom also worked at Bain & Company, a strategy consulting firm. Tom received his MBA from MIT and his BA in Economics from Amherst College. Tom lives in Winchester, Massachusetts with his wife Pat and has two adult children. Dale MacLachlan Lewis is a graduate of the Loomis Chaffee School. She holds degrees from the University of New Hampshire (BA), the University of Chicago (MA) and Maine College of Art (BFA). Her professional

experience includes art education (through MECA), graphic design, and personnel administration. Upon graduating from MECA, Dale has worked as a fine artist, with a studio in Yarmouth. Dale and her husband, Rich, are parents of alumnae Elizabeth (’11), and current students Will (’16) and Cal (’16). Attendance at Waynflete began for all children in the School’s Early Childhood program. Through the years, Dale has volunteered as a class parent, offered class/grade assistance, worked on various auctions, the Book Fair, Spring Fling, and the Annual Fund. Dale is a founder of Monday Books and she chairs the program currently.


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THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS Thank you to everyone in the Waynflete community and to our friends in the business community who have supported the School so generously this year. In compiling this report, every effort has been made to ensure that it is accurate and complete. Please call the Alumni and Development Office at (207) 774-5721 ext. 1221 with any omissions or corrections and accept our sincere apologies.

VISIONARIES $25,000+ Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. John Braitmayer Robert and Elizabeth Carroll Lawrence N. Friedland, Alice Linker Friedland, Paul Friedland, K. Page Herrlinger The William J.J. Gordon Family Foundation, Nathan H D Gordon, Shannon Gordon, Steve and Theo Hanson John and Patricia Davis Klingenstein ’47 Craig and Libby Owens Richard G. Rockefeller Joseph and Susan Spagnola Mrs. Helene Wilson

INVESTORS $10,000–24,999 Anonymous (9) Acworth Foundation Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63 and Michael Beebe Brooks Family Foundation James Brooks and Cherie Wendelken Davis Family Foundation Conan Deady and Cynthia Berliner The Evergreen Foundation Candace Plummer Gaudiani ’63 Katherine Glaser Getchell ’88 Maureen and Jim Gorman Hilary Holm ’82 and Kenneth D. Holm The Hudson Foundation Dick and Anne Jackson Gregg Lipton and Sara Crisp Diane Lukac and Steve Silin Bruno Marino and Anne Henshaw Oak Foundation USA Debbie Reed Steven Rosenblatt The Phineas W. Sprague Memorial Foundation TD Charitable Foundation

William Torrey and Pamela Phillips Torrey Paula Volent

BENEFACTORS $5,000–9,999 Anonymous (9) Alex Agnew and Lisa Markushewski The Anderson Family Foundation Paul and Mary Anderson Frances Hollis Brain Foundation, Inc. Bristol Seafood, Inc. Bob Cleaves and Jane Batzell Mr. David Drake ’65 and Mrs. Kathleen Drake Shane and Susan Flynn The George L. & Clara S. Shinn Foundation, Inc. Karl Norberg, Hillman Norberg and Pam Gleichman William Harwood and Ellen Alderman Sherry Huber Kenneth and Tasha Irving Laura Jackson Stephen and Cinda Joyce Anthony and Cynthia Lamport, Henry and Sarah Laurence Moser and Morgenstern Families Robert and Stephanie Robinson Jeremy Sclar ’84 and Kerry Sclar Deborah and Miranda Shinn Pen and Dorothy Stevens Joseph H. Thompson Fund Unum Matching Gifts Program

FELLOWS $2,500–4,999 Anonymous (4) Paula Bentinck-Smith ’70 Roger K. Berle Deborah and Joseph Bornstein Gregory W. Boulos Thomas Clements Tyler Clements and Lily King

Josephine Hildreth Detmer ’47 Marylee and Charles Dodge Edward H. Daveis Benevolent Fund Lucy Flight Ralph Good and Catherine Cloudman Edward S. and Cornelia Greaves Fund Debbie and Greg Hastings Maine Community Foundation Frederick and Avis Miller Zareen Taj Mirza ’75 Parker Hannifin Foundation Rosa W. Scarcelli ’88 and Thomas Rhoads Tim Soley and Maria Gallace Sandy and Jill Spaulding Nathaniel Thompson Wells Fargo Foundation

SUSTAINERS $1,000–2,499 Anonymous (18) Peter and Katy Ameglio Charlton and Eleanor Ames Jonathan A. Amory ’97 and Marisa Amory Louisa G. Anderson Richard Armstrong The Bailey Foundation Baltimore Community Foundation Wendel Bruss Pat and Patti Butler Cynthia Drummond Choate ’60 David A. Cimino ’93 and Stacy Cimino Santo and Elizabeth Cimino Richard and Deborah Connor Madeleine Gatchell Corson ’55 David and Triss Critchfield Debba Curtis Laurie Marshall Cushman ’59 Eliot, Melanie and Zachary Cutler Alec and Andrea DiNapoli Jonathan Drake ’73 Jay and Lynne Espy

Charles and Holland Filliettaz Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Fox John Frumer and Elizabeth Barrett James Garland and Carol Andreae Ross Greene and Melissa Tomback Thomas and Susan Healy Alison Derby Hildreth ’51 Eddie and Patricia Howells Mr. and Mrs. William D. Howells Mark and Darlene Jarrell Marc and Kate Jeton Robert Kaplus and Jennifer Slack Hal and Brigitte Kingsbury Keith and Elaine Knowlton Ellen Libby Lawrence ’35 Peter Lea and Linda Oliver Adam and Diana Lee Jonathan and Liela Linen Paul and Maureen Manetti Carter Manny and Elizabeth Chapman Hilda McCollum Suzanne McMullan Peter and Eve-Susan McPheeters Scott Meiklejohn Gil and Carrie Meza Gordon Millspaugh and Laura Lewis Chris and Steve Mitchell Bob and Libby Moore Margaret and Mason Morfit John Morrill James Mullen and Elise Ansel William and Pia Neilson David and Sigrid Ordway Anne Chadwick Parker ’61 Lincoln Peirce and Jessica Gandolf James and Jacqueline Pierce Elizabeth Decker Porteous ’48 John and Sonia Robertson William Robinson and Lynn Reed Robert Rowse and Colette Twigg

John Ryan and Jenny Scheu Cindy and Jim Sanborn Benjamin Scoll and Emily Renschler David and Beverly Sherman David Sherman and Martha Burchenal Ann Lib Robinson Strout ’41 Bob and Kari Suva Richard and Barbara Trafton Jeffrey Troiano and Abby Dubay-Troiano Jonathan Valenti ’94 Carol Kaulback Vaughn ’67 Carol Wishcamper

STEWARDS $ 500–999 Anonymous (9) Linda Albert Lynn and Richard Anderson Thomas Armstrong ’76 and Liz Armstrong James W. Babcock Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baginski Anne and John Belden Joe and Abby Bliss Caroline Clifford Bond ’53 Andrea Bopp Stark ’87 Tom and Tina Bourdeaux Dee Dee Dana Bradford ’58 Happy Langmaid Bradford ’54 Rabbi Carolyn Braun James and Jennifer Buchanan Linda Noelle Cabot Edward and Phyllis Campbell Kim Case Allan and Amy Chapman Peter Chapman ’63 and Karen Chapman Elinor Clark ’60 Mary Murray Coleman Brian Daikh and Heidi Wierman James ’63 and Jean ’63 Drummond Robert and Wendy Epstein Barry and Jane Fanburg Finance Authority of Maine Kathleen Flynn

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The Forsley Family Halsey and Eva Frank Dr. and Mrs. Roger Frerichs David and Maria Glaser Stephen Goodrich Jennifer Greaves Hyman M. Gulak Mark and Jeanette Hagen Maria Benoit Hanley ’39 Laura Hannan and Carl Sierak Peter Hamblin and Carol Titterton William Harte ’06 Whitney Neville Harvey Richard Henry Jeff and Elizabeth Herriman Peter Higgins and Payson Oberg-Higgins Sara Holbrook ’62 and Foster Aborn Bronwyn McCarthy Huffard ’88 Mark Isaacson and Karen Herold Herbert and Kathleen Janick Henk and Gigi Jordaan Joan Kenyon and Peter Miner Anthony Kieffer and Susan Conley Zona King* Charlotte Langmaid ’60 Alan McIlhenny and Elizabeth Ackerson Ms. Frances McKnight Chris and Lauren Michalakes Margot and Roger Milliken Carolyn S. Mitchell Betsy and Clifford Mohr Benjamin and Anne Niles Kyle and Diane Noble Denis O’Brien ’83 and Laura O’Brien Jim Ohannes and Elizabeth McGrady Bob Olney and Catherine Richards Jim and Karyn Pellow The Poetry Foundation Sally and John Price Kenneth Raffel and Claire Oppenheim Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richards Peter and Maura Rodway Edward Rowe and Catherine Bickford Ovid Santoro and Lori Traikos Tobey Scott and Amy Woodhouse Mark Segar and Susan Metters Beth Sellers and Marc Keffer Joe and Elonide Semmes Jim and Lynn Shaffer Deborah Snite Alice and Dick Spencer Michael and Nancy Tarpinian Robert and Mary Lou Thall Philip P. Thompson, Jr. Carol Titterton and Peter Hamblin Louise Gulick Van Winkle ’60 Vincent and Nancy Veroneau Jessica P. Wannemacher ’89 James and Patricia Wasserman George Weaver and Vicky Smith

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ASSOCIATES $250–499 Anonymous (7) Michael Abraha and Regat Mebrahtu Drs. Francis and Carol Altman Thomas and Rachel Armstrong David Aronson ’97 and Krista Aronson Alison Beebe Arshad ’88 Joanne G. Asherman ’60 Margaret Austin Marilyn Bickford William Bliss ’75 and Lucinda Bliss Leigh Bonney ’76 Tom Brady and Carrie McCusker Norman and Frederika Brooks Polly Blake Burke ’62 Christopher and Meg Campbell David Cummiskey and Vanessa Nesvig Mary Soule Davidson ’58 Scott Davis and Lynn-Eve Davis Michael Dedekian and Megan Selvitelli Peter Donnelly Dr. Dandelion Cooper Dragonette Mrs. Julia E. Edelstein Peter and Sheri Feeney Michael Fiori and Dora Anne Mills Robert Flight Tracy Floyd and Bryson Hopkins Lucy Fowler Klug ’52 Jonathan and Dorothy Fox Claudette Gamache Gertrude M. Goff Peter and Libby Gordon June Gray Winifred Green Anne Hagstrom Alex and Meredy Hamilton Philip and Susan Hamilton Amy Hannaford Mary Senter Hart ’55 Robyn Smith Helmer ’54 Bo and Kristina Hewey Michael and Elizabeth High John Holdridge and Meg Springer Claudia Hughes John Hancock Matching Gifts Program Konbit Sante Jim Langford and Molly Aldrich Benjamin Leahy ’91 Elizabeth and Willy LeBihan Mr. Willard Libby Liz Prescott Jewelry Jeffrey and Beth Longcope Nancy Langmaid Loth ’62 Mr. Mark Lutz Arnold Macdonald and Elizabeth Moore Mr. and Mrs. Edward Massey Mark and Kimberly Mayone Andrew McCusker

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Peter McKendry Anne McPheeters ’99 David and Libby Millar Hanae Miyake ’12 Walden S. and David N. Morton David and Julia Nelligan K. Dana Nelson Juanita and Arthur Nichols Jodi Nofsinger Judith Novey Matthew Page ’97 Elizabeth Cimino Pierce ’88 and Jeffrey Pierce ’88 Katherine Hildreth Pierce ’53 Ingeborg Polacsek Frances Emerson Prinn ’60 Elizabeth Silverman Reid ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Joaquim Ribeiro Mrs. Sidney Richardson Lee Tyler Robbins ’55 Cornelia Leighton Robinson ’52 Michael Sargent and Patsy McSweeney Kristine W. Saunders ’67 Justin Schair ’01 Jason and Kristy Scher David and Nisu Seder Miranda Shinn ’13 Glen Shivel and Julie Allen Elizabeth Stickney Shortle ’63 Deborah Weare Slavin ’62 Christopher and Anne Smith Suzanne A. Spencer ’60 Anne Rines Stanley ’61 Mrs. Jill Stevens Karen Stray-Gundersen and Jane Begert Barbara Sturgeon Texas Instruments Foundation Christian and Elizabeth Thomas Benjamin and Rachael Thrash Lance and Gina Vardis Joseph and Erika Wannemacher Hans and Lee Warner Dave Weinberg Barbara White Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wisbaum Roger F. Woodman ’72 and Carol DeTine

FRIENDS $1–249 Anonymous (78) Thomas Absher Timothy Aho and Susannah Corwin Gerzher Alemayo and Hadas Girmay Jennifer Hall Alfrey ’91 Nancy Tyler Allyn ’47 Roger Amory and Laura Mazikowski Annie’s Kitchen Joel Antolini and Meeghan McLain Priscilla Sampson Armstrong ’66 Stanley and Stacie Armstrong Andrew Aronson and Cynthia Eyster Jesse Aronson ’13 Noah Aronson ’11 Art House Picture Frames Artascope Jim and Rachel Austin

Dr. F. Lincoln Avery Kimberly Ayers ’06 Jill Backman Jane Hartglass Baker ’88 Roxanne Baker Bank of America Matching Gifts Dana Barnard Cameron Barner ’12 Jefferson M. Bates ’04 Christopher and Betsy Beaven Lauren Wilkis Bedford ’96 Sarah Begin Cameron ’01 Elizabeth Woodman Begin ’70 and Jeffory Begin Timothy Beidel Karen Belleau and Dean Ridlon Alec Belman and Laura Fleury Miriam Beman Mark and Catherine Bennett Jeff Benson and Michele Polacsek Hope and Jay Benton Barbara A. Berger Dr.and Mrs. Ben Berger Christian A. Berle ’99 Daniel Berman ’87 Richard and Linda Berthy Tom Bethea John and Betty Bibber Kai Bicknell Brett Bigbee and Ann Binder Bill and Eliot Bikales Bradley Bissell ’94 Christopher Bixby ’03 Daniel Black ’06 Jean Gyger Black ’48 James and Tessa Bollinger Annie Bonebakker Bonney ’91 Alexander Bonnin ’07 Benjamin Bornstein ’07 Gabriel Bornstein ’10 Ilana R. Bornstein ’04 Gretchen C. Boulos ’01 Pat Boure Desiree Bousquet ’84 Jill and Gregory Bowden David and Carrie Branson John B. Branson ’65 Elizabeth R. Brayley Lynne and Tim Breen Woody Brewer ’95 Jay Bride ’87 Alice Brock and Patricia Peard Pope Brock Tim and Fiona Brooks Christopher Brown ’67 Gregory R. Brown Lowell and Ella Brown Larry and Sandi Brown Nelson Bruns ’06 Michael Bull ’87 Thomas D. Bull ’90 Ross and Elizabeth Burdick Todd Burrowes and Andrea deLeon Stephen Burt and Lisa Flanagan Caiola’s Erica Calder Bethany Campbell ’10 Katherine Campbell ’07 Thomas and Lori Campbell Jonathan B. Cantwell ’86 and Elizabeth Dranitzke Sebastian Cariddi ’93

James Carlisle and Jon Poupore Joan O’Donnell Carroll ’44 Michelle Carroll Penelope Pachios Carson ’58 Stuart and Abigail Carter Casco Bay Frames and Gallery Diane Casey Olivia Chap ’11 Gail Chapman Close ’72 Mr. and Mrs. George Chase Mr. Robert Checkoway Li and Tai Chen Michael Chestnutt and Jennifer Christian David Chidsey and Rachel Brown Christmas Cove Designs Eric Clark and Maria Beaudoin-Clark Nathan Clark and Kathryn Burnham Corky and Carla Clarke Samuel Cleaves ’10 William R. Cleaves ’12 Gerry Arzonico Clement ’47 Coastal Studies For Girls Ray Coffin Jonathan and Kristin Cohen Ellen Cole ’09 Ann Martin Collins ’54 Christine Collins Lily Collins ’13 Color Me Mine Cullen Concannon Owen Conly ’09 Helen Jenness Connell ’60 Joan and George Connick Kelly Connor Patricia Bridge Connor ’84 Andrew and Cathie Connors Judy Coon John Cooper and Janice Malay Herbert and Rue Cork John A. Corson ’55 Amanda and Ryan Cote Jefferson Cotton and Kamala Grohman Heather Courtice Hart ’88 and Peter Hart William and Laurie Cox Hugh and Colleen Coxe Kim Crabill Lesley Perry Craig ’79 Mark and Anne Cressey Elizabeth H. Critchfield ’06 Chip Crothers* Meghan Curci ’95 Michael and Margaret Curtis Wendy and Jason Curtis Peter and Joy Cutrone Diane Dahlke Martha Daligan Laurel and Brian Daly Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Damon Peter M. Davidson ’61 Ana Davis ’03 Owen Deady ’12 William DeBery Pamela DeNutte Real Deprez ’96 Jesse Deupree Judge and Mrs. Bernard Devine Michael Devine ’03 Mark Devoe ’95


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Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Dietz Claudia Diller Megan Dion Jane J. Doherty ’58 Stephanie and James Dolan Edward Donovan ’08 W. Michael Donovan William C. Donovan ’03 Cathy and Matthew Douglas Martha Holbrook Douglas Pigeon ’55 Nyapeni Doul Traci and Michael Dowd Angela Doxsey ’07 Courtney Drake ’03 Peter P. Drake ’66 Richard and Susanna DuBois Drew and Susan Dubuque Michael and Jennifer Duddy Diane Duncan ’62 Thomas Dupree Caroline Earls Elizabeth Edwardsen Linden Ellis ’05 Jeanne Gibbons Emmick ’62 Aubrey Emory ’88 Jonathan Fanburg and Stephanie Gartner-Fanburg Paul Farrar and Andrea Zimble-Farrar John and Carol Farrell Amy Fawcett Mark Fernandez and Anne Devine Ivy Ferrelli Amy Ferrer Rogers and Edward Tittmann Jesse Field ’94 John Field and Julianna Acheson Pamela Fife ’74 Morgan Finch ’04 David Finkelhor and Christine Linnehan Adrian Fiser ’06 Diane Fisher Paul and Mary Fitzpatrick Aidan Flaherty ’00 Greta Flaherty ’04 Arthur Fink and Ann Foster John and Kristen Fox Thomas Frederick and Audrey Johnson Jon and Jodi Freedman Sarah Freilinger ’91 Hugh Freund ’06 Rachel Fried ’02 Jay and Lenore Friedland Shawna E. Friedman ’92 Martha Chaplin Frink ’71 Kelley Frumer ’17 Louis Frumer ’14 Tiki Fuhro Katharine Fullam Harris ’85 Jeremy and Sarah Gabrielson Timothy and Michelle Gagnon Rikki Gallagher Wyatt Garfield ’03 Anne Whitehouse Gass ’48 Amanda Gates-Elston ’97 Vanessa Gates-Elston ’96 Lynne Manson Gawtry ’87 and Michael Gawtry Michael Gelsanliter

Pamela Malcolm Gemery ’53 Frank and Susan Gentile Joseph and Linda Gervais Katherine Benoit Gibbons ’41 Ruth-Anne Hugo Gibson Eric and Jennifer Giguere Ms. Jane Gilbert Linda Gilman Caitlin Gilmet Joseph and Rosemary Gitto Rabbi Brenner Glickman ’89 and Rabbi Elaine Glickman Thomas Godsoe ’09 Kimberly Davidson Golden ’94 Michaela Goldfine ’90 and Kirk Niese Angel and Helen Gonzalez Jinxie Blake Gooch ’59* Lacey Goodrich and Ed Lutjens Miriam J. Gough ’77 Frank J. Governali and Terry Ann Scriven Andrew and Stacey Graf Emily Graham Sarah Gratwick ’07 John and Barbara Graustein Mary Gray and Karen Bauer Helen Gray-Bauer ’15 Rosalind Gray-Bauer ’12 Mrs. Cynthia Greene Greener Postures Yoga Jennifer Gregg Grill Room Arne Gronningsater and Christina Sillari David Gulak ’98 Dalit Gulak Wolfe ’01 Hamish Haddow ’08 Mr. James Haddow and Ms. Michelle Ritchie-Haddow Hilary Hall ’07 Ronald and Susan Hall Thomas and Lynn Hallett Chase Hamilton ’08 Sam Hamilton Annie Hancock ’06 Bill and Lindsay Hancock Hannaford Brothers Helps Schools Program Abdul and Nusrat Hannan Kieran Hanrahan ’11 Betsey Staples Harding ’62 Edward and Katherine Harding Ms. Ellyn Hardy Meredith Harrell ’91 Samuel Harris ’02 Corrilla Decker Hastings ’53 Daniel and Phyllis Hayes David Heald and Sukie Curtis Tim Hebda and Sarah Morrisseau Alice Heminway ’92 Anne and Buell Heminway Merritt Heminway ’90 and Lydia Maier ’90 Amy Henderson ’87 Anina Hewey ’05 Timothy Hiebert ’75 Lucas and Samantha Higgins Grace E. High ’10 Madeline High ’11 Wendy Dana Hines ’63 Shelley G. Hodges ’00 Jean Hoffman

Lily Hoffman ’06 Eric Hoffsten Kevin and Katherine Hogan David and Sara Holdridge David and Kathleen Hoopes Scott Hornney Omar Hourdeh and Achaa Igal Kristin Howe ’04 Felicity Howlett ’62 John Hoy and Mary Sauer Hugh and Elizabeth Humphreys Cory Hutchinson ’91 and Kimberly Hutchinson Abigail Ingalls ’98 Mark Ireland and Lisa Tessler Glenn and Elizabeth Israel Jacobsen Ives ’02 Dr. and Mrs. Ramanath Iyer Amelia Wilson Jaffe ’93 Molly Field James ’98 Luke Jeton ’13 Katie Hall Johns ’92 George Johnson ’12 Kristofer Johnson ’91 Margaret H. Johnson ’13 Nathaniel Johnson ’05 Susan Palmer Jones ’58 David Joyce ’96 and Jessica Joyce Lissa Hall Juedemann ’94 Jearranai Jujaroen ’07 Sara Hyde Jurgeleit ’59 Kamasouptra E’nkul Kanakan and Bioneke Mpungu Nancy Elena Karp Timothy Karu ’03 Joanne Katz Stephen Kautz Dr. Irvil M. Kear David Keith and Stephen Simpson Terri Holmes Kemp ’63 Heidi Kendrick Patricia Keniston Sherman Kew ’99 Ms. Julie Kilmartin Heather Kimball-Titus ’93 Sally Means Kirkpatrick ’42 Justine E. Knizeski ’72 Gretchen K. Knoth ’07 Caroline Campbell Knott ’55 Alexander Knowles ’67 and Linda Detmer Knowles ’68 Gretchen Koch ’06 Lew and Maggie Krainin Erik and Lisa Kramer Johanna Rosenfield Kremberg ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Labuski Samuel LaCasse ’03 Jerry Swanson Landt ’62 Betsy Langer Sarah Lavigne ’93 Cynthia Legere Frederick and Carol Lennig Page Lennig and Laura Spector Darene Holbrook Lennon ’58 Carol Leonard ’84 Michele Lettiere Catherine Lewis ’84 Elizabeth Lewis ’11 Anna N. Libby ’09 Lisa and Joseph Libby

Lowell and Melissa Libby Spencer L. Libby ’06 John and Nancy Lightbody Ms. Jean Lincoln Tyler Lincoln ’91 Volkhard Lindner and Lucy Liaw Cameron and Erica Linen Jim Linsky and Crystal Canney Frederick and Kimberley Lipp Heather McKenny Lippert ’92 Lisa Llorente Local 188 Martin Lodish and Kristin Schardt Lee Longnecker and Diana Fish Loommoon John Lord ’73 Lee Loring ’56 Sabrina Loring and Dominic Zappone Elise Loschiavo Elizabeth Love ’03 Abigail Randall Lumsden ’51 Ms. Margarethe Lutz Ann Machado Christopher and Katharine MacLean Lesley MacVane ’69 Emily Mitchell Madero ’98 Debbie and Wasin Mahaphanit Ted and Sue Mahar Jim and Liz Maier Lydia Maier ’90 and Merritt Heminway ’90 Sarah Maier Peterson ’96 Maine Rowing Association Stephen Majercik and Faith Barnes Solvejg Makaretz Marcella Makinen and Rodney Mashia David Mallon and Rachelle Parise Dr. Ellen Maltby-Askari ’60 Carla Marcus and Lawrence Mohr Maria Antonieta Couture Erika Marks ’88 Erin Martin Molly Martin Suzanne McAllister Sidney Thaxter and Mary McCann Joyce Gyger McCarthy ’46 Joe and Suzanne McCarthy Robert McCarthy ’00 Guy and Tatiana McChesney Claire McClintock ’03 Courtney McCollum and James Woodman Pamela Drake McCormick ’68 Constance Rogers McIntyre ’49 Judith McManamy ’58 Whitney McMullan ’01 Charles and Michelle McNutt Kirsten F. McWilliams ’91 Joseph and Gloria Melnick Spencer Melnick ’90 and Shea Melnick Serena Bliss Mercer ’73 Greer Millard ’09 James and Kristine Millard Charles Miller ’65 Lauren Miller

Mark Miller ’98 Stuart J. Miller Robert and Christine Mills Wylie and Barbara Mitchell Kent and Ann Mohnkern Courtney Mongell Katharine Moody ’76 Frances Kendall Moon ’40 Albert Moore ’83 Annie Cobb Moore ’56 Christopher Moore ’80 Janice Moore Coleman ’82 Susannah Moore ’12 Warren Moorhead and Mara Robinov-Moorhead Adrian and Sarah Moran Florence Walker Morrison ’55 Catherine MacDonald Morrow ’62 Raymond Morrow Twig Mowatt ’75 Michael L. Mudge ’83 Rose Mary and Allan Muir Sean and Elizabeth Murphy Susan Lamb Murphy ’57 Peggy MacVane Murray ’70 Ted Musgrave Anando Naqui ’08 Nondini A. Naqui ’98 Cecilia Nardi ’07 Jeff and Alison Nathanson The Nature Conservancy Nedware Pottery Michael Neilson ’00 Hannah Harwood Nelson ’99 Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Nelson Susan and Barry Nelson Sarah Neuren ’12 Anne-Marie Newton ’98 Thomas Newton ’07 Ceri Nichols ’04 Katherine Nichols ’00 Elicia Niemiec Hilary Niles ’12 Alain Manda wa Diese Nkulu and Mireille Nkulu Nicki Noble Bean ’01 Victoria Nolan Crolius ’70 Hillman Norberg ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nordgren Nosh Joseph Nowak ’07 Ruth Ann and Raymond Nowak Michael and Anne O’Brien Saniya O’Brien ’91 Keith and Cordelia Oehmig Donna Hildreth O’Hara ’51 Barak and Miriam Olins Marcio and Daniela Oliveira Stephen Oliver Claire Olson ’12 Hannah Rose Orcutt ’07 John and Cynthia Orcutt Neil Orenstein and Gretchen Knowlton Judith Jones Orlandi ’64 Matthew O’Rourke ’05 Sage Tyler Orr ’97 Rev. Larney Otis Michael and Patricia Pacillo John E. Palmer Jr. ’54 Judith Dana Parker ’59 Julia Parker ’88 Kate Parker Muller ’87

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Stephen Parker ’84 Elizabeth Barron Parran ’42 Gerri Pattison Grace and Tony Payne George Payson ’66 Margo Chapman Pearson ’67 Morgan Pendergast ’04 Susan Penney Katherine Peterson ’07 Julia Emerson Pew ’57 Jodi Phinney ’87 Amanda Pilon Boger ’01 David and Margaret Pinchbeck Adam Pontius ’08 Christina Poole Thomas ’74 Victoria Simes Poole ’45 Chris Pope and Jennifer Fife Jed Porta ’99 Elysse Porta-Barnet ’04 Carol Copeland Pratt ’57 Christopher Price and Wendy Poole Stephen Pride ’01 James and Jane Puiia Patricia Benoit Quinlan ’42 Shirley Cole Quinn ’42 Damion Rallis and Courtney Cook Matt and Kay Ralston Alice Hildreth Rand ’48 Mrs. Priscilla Rand ’45 David and Louise Ransom Stephen and Elizabeth Ransom Michael Redman ’12 Torie Reed ’92 Katherine Reimann ’03 Anne Reiner ’05 Edward Reiner, Jr. and Susan Lakari Sharon and Richard Renault William Renner ’00 Caroline H. Renwick ’81 Parker Repko Janice Ribeiro Jona Rice Lindsay Frye Richman ’96 James Rines ’76 Dana and Youn Rivers Ms. Diana Roberg Marjorie Meyer Roberson ’55 Cheryl Seymour Roberts ’67 Caroline Robertson ’01 Kelsey Robinov Mesa Dayton Robinov ’13 Elena Robinson ’82 Mary Ellen Robinson James G. Rogers III James Rohman ’89 Dallas Rolnick ’97 Deborah Rowe and Timothy Cole Eliza Sprague Rowe ’87 Leslie Tuttle Rowson ’64 Charles Ruch ’93 Susan and Frank Ruch Norbert Runyambo Jerome and Margery Russem Julie Russem Nina Russem ’09 Julie C. Ryder Saeng Thai House The Salt Exchange Barry and Lori Saltz Brooke Samuelson ’63

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William H. Sandberg ’87 and Diane Sandberg Richard Sandifer Ralita Sarapak Gail Leslie Sargent ’61 Jesse Q. Sargent ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Art Saunders Saunders Electronics John and Kirsten Scarcelli Gretchen Schaefer Leah Babcock Schaff ’91 Annemieke Schair ’04 Arthur Schnell and Michele Bednarz Caroline Schnell ’06 Jessica Scott ’03 Robert and Katy Scott Scripps Howard Foundation Seaweed Studios Seeds Studio William Seeley and Christine Donis-Keller Ben Semmes ’12 Eleanor Semmes ’12 Stacey Sevelowitz Carlie C. Seymour ’46 Derek Shaffer ’93 Ben Shambaugh and Shari Goddard Shambaugh Dr. Thaddeus Shattuck and Dr. Elisabeth Sperry Joan Ross Shepherd ’56 Emilia Sibley ’02 Andrew and Anna Sides Laura Siegle ’02 David Silk and Lynne Crandall Mrs. Jane P. Silk Reed Silvers and Pauline Barry Althea Simons ’03 Tiffany Carter Skillings ’99 Gary and Ania Small Austin Smith and Amy Cohan Dr. and Mrs. Barry Smith Elizabeth Smith and Jennifer Hoopes Beth Smith Horton ’52 Joan Brown Smith ’39 Cynthia Sortwell and Jessie Cash Benjamin Sosnaud ’04 Margaret Sosnaud ’05 Susan Bliss Soule ’72 John Southall and Krista Nordgren Southall John Sowles ’68 Courtney Aronson Sparks ’95 Molly Miller Sparling ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sperry Mary Louise Thomas Sprague ’46 and Phineas Sprague Susanna Sprague ’08 Renee St. Jean Katrina St. John Peter Stein ’12 Sue Stein Andrew Steinberg Jennifer Steinkeler ’04 George E. Stevens, Jr. Ms. Janet Stinson Marjorie Stockford Bill and Mary Stockmeyer Michael D. Stoddard ’82 and Barbara Stoddard Noah Stone ’12

MAGAZINE FALL 2013

Ann McCahill Strahan ’44 Rena M. Strand ’96 Jean Philbrick Strout ’43 Sunny and Tracy Stutzman Harry and Patricia Sundik Edward J. Suslovic and Jennifer M. Southard Sustainable Ocean Studies John and Nancy Tabb William Talpey and Carla Burkley Target Take Charge of Education Raphael Taylor ’01 Steven and Christine Tenney Nancy Tetrault Sandra Thaxter ’61 Steven and Jody Thaxton Miranda Theodore ’04 Jeri Theriault Alison Thibault Jonathan Thomas ’74 Richard Thompson ’94 Daniel Thomsen Gerard Tiernan ’91 Nancy Drummond Tindal ’71 and Bruce Tindal Torsak Tiparos and Katie Murray Bonnie Marshall Tompkins ’60 Emily Torrey ’10 Katherine Torrey ’13 Ann Tracy Cole ’01 Emily G. Trafton ’12 Aklilu Tsaedu and Rahel Hagos Lukas Tubby ’11 Mike and Allison Turndorf Abigail Whiting Van Dam ’03 David and Karen Van Dyke Mrs. Frances Van Dyke Deborah Sampson Van Hoewyk ’60 Edith Van Syckle Cal and Stephanie Vary David Vaughan Andrew Veroneau ’07 Joseph Veroneau ’11 Margaret J. Veroneau ’08 David J. Vickery and Tasha Worster-Vickery Geoffrey and Alice Wagg Margo Walsh ’82 Chris and Pat Watson Jamie Watson ’07 John Watson ’07 Marjorie DeMotte Welch ’59 Wellington Management Company, LLP Jonathan Werner and Rebecca Stetson Werner Elizabeth Maxwell Wheeler ’47 Caitlin Whelan ’02 Katherine Whitaker ’12 Catherine White ’02 Darrell and Karen Whitney Timothy Whittemore ’00 Alexandra Collins Wight ’00 Wilbur’s of Maine Chocolate Confections Ivy Wilkinson-Ryan ’00 Desmond Williams and Marcia MacDonald Roy and Lauren Williams Leonora Zilkha Williamson ’91

Gladstone Wilson Kim Wilson Virginia Dana Windmuller ’57 Don Wojchowski and Karen Miller Jonathan Wolinsky ’06 Kingson Woo and Domenica Vacca Deborah Dodge Wood ’56 Michael and Lucretia Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. David Woodruff John J. Wordock ’87 Richard Wortley Erin Peck Yarema ’98 and David Yarema Ralph and Clare Yarn Semere Yehdego and Asmeret Teklu Kimberly Warde Yoder ’02 Jeff Young and Betsy Mahoney Alicia B. Zambelli ’88 Michael Zambelli ’93 Zapoteca Restaurant Diane Warren Zglobicki ’62 Ralph Zieff Dr. and Mrs. Alan Zimble Tanya Zivkovic

GIVING BY CONSTITUENT

TRUSTEES, FORMER TRUSTEES, TRUSTEES EMERITI Anonymous (4) Carol Altman Charlton Ames Nicholas Armentrout ’88 Betts Armstrong Thomas Armstrong Krista Aronson Christopher Beaven Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63 Elizabeth Woodman Begin ’70 Roger K. Berle Deborah Bornstein Cheryl Boulos Gregory W. Boulos Nancy Brain Rabbi Carolyn Braun Alice Brock Polly Blake Burke ’62 Elizabeth Carroll Penelope Pachios Carson ’58 Santo Cimino Jane Batzell Joan Connick Debba Curtis Conan Deady Josephine Hildreth Detmer ’47 Jesse Deupree Marylee Dodge Jane J. Doherty ’58 David Drake ’65 Taffy Field Jim Freilinger Paul Friedland James Garland Katherine Glaser Getchell ’88 Katherine Benoit Gibbons ’41 Maria Glaser Pam Gleichman Mary Gray Hyman M. Gulak

Christopher Harte William Harwood Greg Hastings Michael High Hilary Holm ’82 Luke D. Huber ’81 Sherry Huber Tasha Irving Anne Jackson Mark Jarrell Kate Jeton Susan Palmer Jones ’58 E’nkul Kanakan Sally Means Kirkpatrick ’42 Nancy Lightbody Gregg Lipton John Lord ’73 Diane Lukac Jan Macleod Bruno Marino Alan McIlhenny Suzanne McMullan Peter McPheeters Scott Meiklejohn James Millard Carolyn S. Mitchell Wylie Mitchell Margaret Morfit Denney Morton Peggy MacVane Murray ’70 Cynthia Orcutt Rev. Larney Otis Craig Owens Anne Chadwick Parker ’61 Stephen Parker ’84 Katherine Hildreth Pierce ’53 Victoria Simes Poole ’45 Alice Hildreth Rand ’48 Debbie Reed Caroline H. Renwick ’81 Susan Ruch Rosa W. Scarcelli ’88 Ineke Schair Erica Schair-Cardona ’94 Jeremy Sclar ’84 Maxine Sclar Mark Segar Lynn Shaffer Mohammed Shir ’90 Deborah Weare Slavin ’62 Susan Bliss Soule ’72 Susan Spagnola Sandy Spaulding Alice Spencer Mary Louise Thomas Sprague ’46 Ayres Stockly ’82 Holmes Stockly Mary Stockmeyer Ann McCahill Strahan ’44 Karen Stray-Gundersen Ann Lib Robinson Strout ’41 Philip P. Thompson, Jr. William Torrey Louise Gulick Van Winkle ’60 Vincent Veroneau Ann Staples Waldron Breda White Carol Wishcamper

PARENTS Anonymous (25) Michael Abraha and Regat Mebrahtu


Annual Giving 2013

Alex Agnew and Lisa Markushewski Timothy Aho and Susannah Corwin Gerzher Alemayo and Hadas Girmay Peter and Katy Ameglio Roger Amory and Laura Mazikowski Joel Antolini and Meeghan McLain Nicholas Armentrout ’88 and Sarah Chappell Armentrout ’88 Stanley and Stacie Armstrong Ted Armstrong and Sally Morris Thomas Armstrong ’76 and Liz Armstrong Andrew Aronson and Cynthia Eyster David Aronson ’97 and Krista Aronson Jim and Rachel Austin Linc Avery Jill Backman Roxanne Baker Timothy Beidel Anne and John Belden Michael Belleau and Molly Sneden Alec Belman and Laura Fleury Jeff Benson and Michele Polacsek Rick Bertaska and Gail Spaien Richard and Linda Berthy Brett Bigbee and Ann Binder Bill and Eliot Bikales Joe and Abby Bliss James and Tessa Bollinger Gregory W. Boulos Tom Brady and Carrie McCusker David and Carrie Branson Elizabeth R. Brayley Pope Brock James Brooks and Cherie Wendelken Tim and Fiona Brooks Larry and Sandi Brown James and Jennifer Buchanan Laura Burden Ross and Elizabeth Burdick Todd Burrowes and Andrea deLeon Stephen Burt and Lisa Flanagan Pat and Patti Butler Erica Calder Christopher and Meg Campbell Keith and Maria Canning Michelle Carroll Stuart and Abigail Carter Samrith and Nora Chap Li and Tai Chen David Chidsey and Rachel Brown Eric Clark and Maria Beaudoin-Clark Nathan Clark and Kathryn Burnham Corky and Carla Clarke Bob Cleaves and Jane Batzell Tyler Clements and Lily King Jonathan and Kristin Cohen Craig and Kristin Coleman Christine Collins Julia Colvin

Thomas Connolly and Pam Richards Richard and Deborah Connor Andrew and Cathie Connors John Cooper and Janice Malay Jefferson Cotton and Kamala Grohman Heather Courtice Hart ’88 and Peter Hart William and Laurie Cox Lesley Perry Craig ’79 Mark and Anne Cressey Chip Crothers* Michael and Margaret Curtis Wendy and Jason Curtis Dr. and Mrs. D. Joshua Cutler Peter and Joy Cutrone Brian Daikh and Heidi Wierman Laurel and Brian Daly Scott and Lynn-Eve Davis Conan Deady and Cynthia Berliner William DeBery Michael Dedekian and Megan Selvitelli Pamela DeNutte Natalie DiBenedetto Alec and Andrea DiNapoli Stephanie and James Dolan Peter Donnelly Cathy and Matthew Douglas Nyapeni Doul Richard and Susanna DuBois Thomas Dupree Caroline Earls James Ecker and Jane Nichols-Ecker Elizabeth Edwardsen Robert and Wendy Epstein Jay and Lynne Espy Jonathan Fanburg and Stephanie Gartner-Fanburg Paul Farrar and Andrea Zimble-Farrar Peter and Sheri Feeney Mark Fernandez and Anne Devine Amy Ferrer Rogers and Edward Tittmann Jesse Field ’94 John Field and Julianna Acheson Charles and Holland Filliettaz David Finkelhor and Christine Linnehan Michael Fiori and Dora Anne Mills Diane Fisher Laurie Fisher Paul and Mary Fitzpatrick Lucy Flight Robert Flight Tracy Floyd and Bryson Hopkins Shane and Susan Flynn John and Kristen Fox Halsey and Eva Frank Thomas Frederick and Audrey Johnson Jon and Jodi Freedman Paul Friedland and K. Page Herrlinger John Frumer and Elizabeth Barrett Jeremy and Sarah Gabrielson Timothy and Michelle Gagnon

Joseph and Linda Gervais Eric and Jennifer Giguere Michaela Goldfine ’90 and Kirk Niese Angel and Helen Gonzalez Ralph Good and Catherine Cloudman Lacey Goodrich and Ed Lutjens Stephen Goodrich Nathan Gordon Shannon Gordon Andrew and Stacey Graf Mary Gray and Karen Bauer Jennifer Greaves Ross Greene and Melissa Tomback Arne Gronningsater and Christina Sillari Peter Hamblin and Carol Titterton Alex and Meredy Hamilton Amy Hannaford Abdul and Nusrat Hannan Laura Hannan and Carl Sierak Moritz Hansen and Suzanne Fox Steve and Theo Hanson William Harwood and Ellen Alderman Debbie and Greg Hastings David and Kelley Heath Tim Hebda and Sarah Morrisseau Lydia Maier ’90 and Merritt Heminway ’90 Lucas and Samantha Higgins Peter Higgins and Payson Oberg-Higgins Jean Hoffman Eric Hoffsten Kevin and Katherine Hogan John Holdridge and Meg Springer Omar Hourdeh and Achaa Igal Eddie and Patricia Howells Nathaniel Huber ’83 Cory Hutchinson ’91 and Kimberly Hutchinson Mark Ireland and Lisa Tessler Kenneth and Tasha Irving Glenn and Elizabeth Israel Herbert and Kathleen Janick Mark and Darlene Jarrell Marc and Kate Jeton David Johnson and Charrisse Kaplan Henk and Gigi Jordaan Georges Kabongo Mubalamate and Antoinette Kabongo E’nkul Kanakan and Bioneke Mpungu Robert Kaplus and Jennifer Slack Joan Kenyon and Peter Miner Peg Keyser Anthony Kieffer and Susan Conley Hal and Brigitte Kingsbury Erik and Lisa Kramer Jim Langford and Molly Aldrich Henry and Sarah Laurence Peter Lea and Linda Oliver Elizabeth and Willy LeBihan Adam and Diana Lee

Page Lennig and Laura Spector Volkhard Lindner and Lucy Liaw Cameron and Erica Linen Jim Linsky and Crystal Canney Frederick and Kimberley Lipp Gregg Lipton and Sara Crisp Martin Lodish and Kristin Schardt Jeffrey and Beth Longcope Lee Longnecker and Diana Fish Sabrina Loring and Dominic Zappone Diane Lukac and Steve Silin Arnold Macdonald and Elizabeth Moore Christopher and Katharine MacLean Debbie and Wasin Mahaphanit Ted and Sue Mahar Lydia Maier ’90 and Merritt Heminway ’90 Stephen Majercik and Faith Barnes Marcella Makinen and Rodney Mashia David Mallon and Rachelle Parise Paul and Maureen Manetti Carter Manny and Elizabeth Chapman Bruno Marino and Anne Henshaw Chuck and Peggy Marston Erin Martin Mark and Kimberly Mayone Guy and Tatiana McChesney Courtney McCollum Charles and Michelle McNutt Spencer Melnick ’90 and Shea Melnick Gil and Carrie Meza Chris and Lauren Michalakes David and Libby Millar James and Kristine Millard Robert and Christine Mills Gordon Millspaugh and Laura Lewis Chris and Steve Mitchell Bob and Libby Moore Warren Moorhead and Mara Robinov-Moorhead Adrian and Sarah Moran John Morrill James Mullen and Elise Ansel Sean and Elizabeth Murphy Ted Musgrave William and Pia Neilson David and Julia Nelligan Alain Manda wa Diese Nkulu and Mireille Nkulu Jodi Nofsinger and Amy Hannaford Denis O’Brien ’83 and Laura O’Brien Keith and Cordelia Oehmig Jim Ohannes and Elizabeth McGrady Barak and Miriam Olins Marcio and Daniela Oliveira Bob Olney and Catherine Richards David and Sigrid Ordway

Neil Orenstein and Gretchen Knowlton Michael and Patricia Pacillo Lincoln Peirce and Jessica Gandolf Jim and Karyn Pellow David and Margaret Pinchbeck Chris Pope and Jennifer Fife Christopher Price and Wendy Poole James and Jane Puiia Kenneth Raffel and Claire Oppenheim Damion Rallis and Courtney Cook Matt and Kay Ralston Stephen and Elizabeth Ransom Edward Reiner, Jr. and Susan Lakari Janice Ribeiro Jonathan Riggleman and Robin Brooks Dana and Youn Rivers Heather Robertson Isherwood ’89 and Mark Isherwood Kelsey Robinov Robert and Stephanie Robinson William Robinson and Lynn Reed Peter and Maura Rodway Steven Rosenblatt Deborah Rowe and Timothy Cole Edward Rowe and Catherine Bickford Robert Rowse and Colette Twigg Norbert Runyambo Barry and Lori Saltz William H. Sandberg ’87 and Diane Sandberg Ovid Santoro and Lori Traikos Ralita Sarapak Michael Sargent and Patsy McSweeney Rosa W. Scarcelli ’88 and Thomas Rhoads Gillian Schair ’90 and Seth Rigoletti Erica Schair-Cardona ’94 and Ivan Cardona Jason and Kristy Scher Benjamin Scoll and Emily Renschler David and Nisu Seder William Seeley and Christine Donis-Keller Beth Sellers and Marc Keffer Dr. Thaddeus Shattuck and Dr. Elisabeth Sperry David Sherman and Martha Burchenal Deborah Shinn Glen Shivel and Julie Allen David Silk and Lynne Crandall Gary and Ania Small Austin Smith and Amy Cohan Christopher and Anne Smith Elizabeth Smith and Jennifer Hoopes Ian Smith and Carol Wilson-Smith Tim Soley and Maria Gallace Cynthia Sortwell and Jessie Cash

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John Southall and Krista Nordgren Southall Joseph and Susan Spagnola Sandy and Jill Spaulding Renee St. Jean George E. Stevens, Jr. Marjorie Stockford Ayres Stockly ’82 and C.C. Stockly Michael D. Stoddard ’82 and Barbara Stoddard David and Valerie Stone Sunny and Tracy Stutzman Joe and Mary Jo Surges Bob and Kari Suva John and Nancy Tabb William Talpey and Carla Burkley Tsai Tao and Li Chuan Ying Steven and Christine Tenney Christian and Elizabeth Thomas Nathaniel Thompson Benjamin and Rachael Thrash Torsak Tiparos and Katie Murray Carol Titterton and Peter Hamblin William Torrey and Pamela Phillips Torrey Michael Trautman and Judy Gailen Jeffrey Troiano and Abby Dubay-Troiano Aklilu Tsaedu and Rahel Hagos Mike and Allison Turndorf David and Karen Van Dyke Lance and Gina Vardis Cal and Stephanie Vary Vincent and Nancy Veroneau David Vickery and Tasha Worster-Vickery Paula Volent Hans and Lee Warner James and Patricia Wasserman George Weaver and Vicky Smith Dave Weinberg Doug Welch and Caitlin Gutheil Jonathan Werner and Rebecca Stetson Werner Desmond Williams and Marcia MacDonald Roy and Lauren Williams Kim Wilson Don Wojchowski and Karen Miller Kingson Woo and Domenica Vacca Michael and Lucretia Woodruff Ralph and Clare Yarn Semere Yehdego and Asmeret Teklu Jeff Young and Betsy Mahoney

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CURRENT GRANDPARENTS Anonymous (7) Linda Albert The Anderson Family Foundation Paul and Mary Anderson Lynn and Richard Anderson Thomas and Rachel Armstrong James W. Babcock Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baginski Karen Belleau and Dean Ridlon Miriam Beman Hope and Jay Benton Marilyn Bickford Norman and Frederika Brooks Wendel Bruss Allan and Amy Chapman Mr. and Mrs. George Chase Thomas Clements Joan and George Connick Herbert and Rue Cork Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Damon John and Mary Ann Deady Judge and Mrs. Bernard Devine Mrs. Julia E. Edelstein Barry and Jane Fanburg Taffy and Eliot Field Jonathan and Dorothy Fox Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Fox Dr. and Mrs. Roger Frerichs Jay and Lenore Friedland Lawrence N. Friedland and Alice Linker Friedland Ms. Jane Gilbert Helen and David Ginder Joseph and Rosemary Gitto Karl Norberg and Pam Gleichman Barbara Goodrich Edward S. and Cornelia Greaves Fund Winifred Green Mrs. Cynthia Greene Edward and Katherine Harding Corrilla Decker Hastings ’53 and James Hastings Hugh and Poppy Hawkins Thomas and Susan Healy Buell and Anne Heminway David and Sara Holdridge David and Kathleen Hoopes Mr. and Mrs. William D. Howells Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howland Hugh and Elizabeth Humphreys

MAGAZINE FALL 2013

Dick and Anne Jackson Joanne Katz Dianne and Ed Keenan Keith and Elaine Knowlton Mr. and Mrs. Francis Labuski Anthony and Cynthia Lamport Frederick and Carol Lennig Ms. Jean Lincoln Jonathan and Liela Linen Ms. Margarethe Lutz Mr. Mark Lutz Jim and Liz Maier Carla Marcus and Lawrence Mohr Molly Martin Mr. and Mrs. Edward Massey Suzanne McAllister Hilda McCollum Joseph and Gloria Melnick Betsy and Clifford Mohr Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nordgren Raul and Nancy Ortiz Ingeborg Polacsek David and Louise Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Joaquim Ribeiro Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richards Mrs. Sidney Richardson Ms. Diana Roberg Mary Ellen Robinson James G. Rogers III Mr. and Mrs. Art Saunders John and Kirsten Scarcelli David and Beverly Sherman Andrew and Anna Sides Mrs. Jane P. Silk Dr. and Mrs. Barry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sperry Mrs. Jill Stevens Ms. Janet Stinson Holmes and Didi Stockly Harry and Patricia Sundik Robert and Mary Lou Thall Philip P. Thompson, Jr. Joan P. Tilney Mrs. Frances Van Dyke Edith Van Syckle Mrs. Helene Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wisbaum Mr. and Mrs. David Woodruff Dr. and Mrs. Alan Zimble

ALUMNI 1935 Ellen Libby Lawrence

1939 Maria Benoit Hanley Joan Brown Smith

1940

1954

1962

Frances Kendall Moon

Happy Langmaid Bradford Ann Martin Collins Sally Howes Hansen Robyn Smith Helmer John E. Palmer Jr.

Polly Blake Burke Diane Duncan Jeanne Gibbons Emmick Betsey Staples Harding Sara Holbrook Felicity Howlett Jerry Swanson Landt Nancy Langmaid Loth Catherine MacDonald Morrow Deborah Weare Slavin Diane Warren Zglobicki

1941 Katherine Benoit Gibbons Ann Lib Robinson Strout

1942 Sally Means Kirkpatrick Elizabeth Barron Parran Patricia Benoit Quinlan Shirley Cole Quinn

1955

Joan O’Donnell Carroll Ann McCahill Strahan

Anonymous John A. Corson Madeleine Gatchell Corson Martha Holbrook Douglas Pigeon Mary Senter Hart Caroline Campbell Knott Florence Walker Morrison Lee Tyler Robbins Marjorie Meyer Roberson

1945

1956

Victoria Simes Poole Priscilla Whitehouse Rand

Lee Loring Anne Cobb Moore Joan Ross Shepherd Deborah Dodge Wood

Nancy Montgomery Beebe Peter Chapman James Drummond Jean Southern Drummond Candace Plummer Gaudiani Wendy Dana Hines Terri Holmes Kemp Brooke Samuelson Elizabeth Stickney Shortle

1957

1964

Susan Lamb Murphy Julia Emerson Pew Carol Copeland Pratt Betsey Loveland Wheeler Virginia Dana Windmuller

Judith Jones Orlandi Leslie Tuttle Rowson

1943 Constance Verrill Reich Jean Philbrick Strout

1944

1946 Anonymous Joyce Gyger McCarthy Carlie C. Seymour Mary Louise Thomas Sprague Pamelia Deering Strayer

1947

1963

1965 Anonymous John B. Branson David Drake Charles Miller

Nancy Tyler Allyn Gerry Arzonico Clement Josephine Hildreth Detmer Patricia Davis Klingenstein Elizabeth Maxwell Wheeler

1958

1948

1959

1967

Jean Gyger Black Anne Whitehouse Gass Elizabeth Decker Porteous Alice Hildreth Rand

Laurie Marshall Cushman Jinxie Blake Gooch* Sara Hyde Jurgeleit Judith Dana Parker Brenda Russell Prusak Marjorie DeMotte Welch

Christopher Brown Alexander Knowles Linda Detmer Knowles Margo Chapman Pearson Cheryl Seymour Roberts Kristine W. Saunders Carol Kaulback Vaughn

1949 Anonymous Alice Palmer Hunneman Constance Rogers McIntyre Barbara Boyd Soule

1951 Alison Derby Hildreth Abigail Randall Lumsden Donna Hildreth O’Hara

1952 Lucy Fowler Klug Cornelia Leighton Robinson Beth Smith Horton

1953 Caroline Clifford Bond Pamela Malcolm Gemery Corrilla Decker Hastings Katherine Hildreth Pierce

Dee Dee Dana Bradford Penelope Pachios Carson Mary Soule Davidson Jane J. Doherty Susan Palmer Jones Darene Holbrook Lennon Judith McManamy

1960 Joanne G. Asherman Frederica Chapman Cynthia Drummond Choate Elinor Clark Helen Jenness Connell Charlotte Langmaid Dr. Ellen Maltby-Askari Mary Howes Merrick Frances Emerson Prinn Suzanne A. Spencer Bonnie Marshall Tompkins Deborah Sampson Van Hoewyk Louise Gulick Van Winkle

1961 Peter M. Davidson Anne Chadwick Parker Gail Leslie Sargent Anne Rines Stanley Sandra Thaxter

1966 Priscilla Sampson Armstrong Peter P. Drake George Payson

1968 Pamela Drake McCormick John Sowles

1969 Lesley MacVane

1970 Elizabeth Woodman Begin Paula Bentinck-Smith Peggy MacVane Murray Victoria Nolan Crolius

1971 Nancy Drummond Tindal

1972 Gail Chapman Close Justine E. Knizeski Susan Bliss Soule Roger F. Woodman


Annual Giving 2013

1973 C.D. Armstrong Jonathan Drake John Lord Serena Bliss Mercer

1974 Pamela Fife Christina Poole Thomas Jonathan Thomas

1975 William Bliss Timothy Hiebert Zareen Taj Mirza Twig Mowatt

1976 Thomas Armstrong Leigh Bonney Katharine Moody James Rines

1977 Miriam J. Gough Todd I. Prawer

1978 Thomas Cronin

1979 Lesley Perry Craig Megan Huber

1980 Christopher Moore

1981 Gail Dodge Luke D. Huber Caroline H. Renwick

1982 Hilary Huber Holm Janice Moore Coleman Elizabeth Silverman Reid Elena Robinson Ayres Stockly Michael D. Stoddard Margo Walsh

Andrea Bopp Stark Jay Bride Michael Bull Lynne Manson Gawtry Amy Henderson Kate Parker Muller Jodi Phinney Eliza Sprague Rowe William H. Sandberg Jesse Q. Sargent John J. Wordock

1988 Nicholas Armentrout Sarah Chappell Armentrout Alison Beebe Arshad Jane Hartglass Baker Heather Courtice Hart Aubrey Emory Katherine Glaser Getchell Bronwyn McCarthy Huffard Erika Marks Jessica Lang Nowinski Julia Parker Elizabeth Cimino Pierce Jeffrey Pierce Rosa W. Scarcelli Alicia B. Zambelli

1986 Jonathan B. Cantwell

1987 Anonymous Daniel Berman

1995 Woody Brewer Meghan Curci Mark Devoe Courtney Aronson Sparks

1996

1997

Thomas D. Bull Michaela Goldfine Merritt Heminway Lydia Maier Spencer Melnick Gillian Schair Mohammed Shir

1991

1992

Katharine Fullam Harris

Bradley Bissell Daniella Nichols Cameron Jesse Field Kimberly Davidson Golden Lissa Hall Juedemann Erica Schair-Cardona Richard Thompson Jonathan Valenti

1990

1985

1984

1994

Brenner Glickman Margaret Christie Keohan Heather Robertson Isherwood James Rohman Jessica Wannemacher

Desiree Bousquet Patricia Bridge Connor Carol Leonard Catherine Lewis Stephen Parker Jeremy Sclar

Nathaniel Huber Albert Moore Michael L. Mudge Denis O’Brien

Sebastian Cariddi David A. Cimino Amelia Wilson Jaffe Aaron Kadoch Heather Kimball-Titus Sarah Lavigne Jessica Stillman Lenci Charles Ruch Derek Shaffer Molly Miller Sparling Michael Zambelli

Anonymous Lauren Wilkis Bedford Real Deprez Vanessa Gates-Elston David Joyce Sarah Maier Peterson ’96 Lindsay Frye Richman Rena M. Strand

1989

Anonymous Jennifer Hall Alfrey Annie Bonebakker Bonney Sarah Freilinger Meredith Harrell Cory Hutchinson Kristofer Johnson Benjamin Leahy Tyler Lincoln Kirsten F. McWilliams Saniya O’Brien Leah Babcock Schaff Gerard Tiernan Leonora Zilkha Williamson

1983

1993

Shawna E. Friedman Alexis Gilman Alice Heminway Katie Hall Johns Heather McKenny Lippert Torie Reed

Jonathan A. Amory David Aronson Benjamin Birney Amanda Gates-Elston Sage Tyler Orr Matthew Page Clayton A. Rockefeller Dallas Rolnick

1998 Anonymous David Gulak Abigail Ingalls Molly Field James Emily Mitchell Madero Mark Miller Nondini A. Naqui Anne-Marie Newton Erin Peck Yarema

1999 Anonymous Christian A. Berle Sherman Kew Anne McPheeters Hannah Harwood Nelson Jed Porta Tiffany Carter Skillings

2000 Keith Case Aidan Flaherty Shelley G. Hodges Robert McCarthy

Michael Neilson Katherine Nichols William Renner Timothy Whittemore Alexandra Collins Wight Ivy Wilkinson-Ryan

2001 Anonymous Sarah Begin Cameron Gretchen C. Boulos Dalit Gulak Wolfe Johanna Rosenfield Kremberg Catharine Keith LaPuma Whitney McMullan Nicki Noble Bean Amanda Pilon Boger Stephen Pride Caroline Robertson Justin Schair Raphael Taylor Ann Tracy Cole

2002 Anonymous Rachel Fried Samuel Harris Jacobsen Ives Emilia Sibley Laura Siegle Caitlin Whelan Catherine White Kimberly Warde Yoder

2003 Christopher Bixby Ana Davis Michael Devine William C. Donovan Courtney Drake Wyatt Garfield Timothy Karu Samuel LaCasse Elizabeth Love Claire McClintock Katherine Reimann Jessica Scott Althea Simons Abigail Whiting Van Dam

2004 Jefferson M. Bates Ilana R. Bornstein Morgan Finch Greta Flaherty Kristin Howe Ceri Nichols Morgan Pendergast Elysse Porta-Barnet Annemieke Schair Benjamin Sosnaud Jennifer Steinkeler Miranda Theodore

2005 Linden Ellis Anina Hewey Nathaniel Johnson Matthew O’Rourke Anne Reiner Margaret Sosnaud

2006 Kimberly Ayers

Daniel Black Nelson Bruns Elizabeth H. Critchfield Adrian Fiser Hugh Freund Annie Hancock William Harte Lily Hoffman Gretchen Koch Spencer L. Libby Caroline Schnell Jonathan Wolinsky

2007 Alexander Bonnin Benjamin Bornstein Katherine Campbell Angela Doxsey Sarah Gratwick Hilary Hall Jearranai Jujaroen Gretchen K. Knoth Cecilia Nardi Thomas Newton Hillman Norberg Joseph Nowak Hannah Rose Orcutt Katherine Peterson Andrew Veroneau John Watson Jamie Watson

2008 Edward Donovan Hamish Haddow Chase Hamilton Anando Naqui Adam Pontius Susanna Sprague Margaret J. Veroneau

2009 Joshua Bloom Ellen Cole Owen Conly Thomas Godsoe Anna N. Libby Greer Millard Nina Russem

2010 Gabriel Bornstein Bethany Campbell Samuel Cleaves Grace E. High Emily Torrey

2011 Noah Aronson Olivia Chap Kieran Hanrahan Madeline High Elizabeth Lewis Lukas Tubby Joseph Veroneau

2012 Cameron Barner William R. Cleaves Owen Deady Rosalind Gray-Bauer George Johnson Hanae Miyake Susannah Moore Sarah Neuren

Hilary Niles Claire Olson Michael Redman Ben Semmes Eleanor Semmes Peter Stein Noah Stone Emily Trafton Katherine Whitaker

2013 Luke Jeton Mesa Robinov Miranda Shinn Katherine Torrey

PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS OF ALUMNI Anonymous (10) Drs. Francis and Carol Altman Charlton and Eleanor Ames Daniel and Joan Amory C.D. Armstrong ’73 and Betts Armstrong Thomas and Rachel Armstrong The Bailey Foundation Christopher and Betsy Beaven Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63 and Michael Beebe Elizabeth Woodman Begin ’70 and Jeffory Begin Barbara A. Berger Dr. and Mrs. Ben Berger Roger K. Berle Tom Bethea William Bliss ’75 and Lucinda Bliss Deborah and Joseph Bornstein Cheryl and Joseph Boulos Tom and Tina Bourdeaux Desiree Bousquet ’84 Jill and Gregory Bowden Nancy Brain and John Watson Mr. and Mrs. John Braitmayer Polly Blake Burke ’62 Edward and Phyllis Campbell Thomas and Lori Campbell Robert and Elizabeth Carroll Penelope Pachios Carson ’58 Diane Casey Frederica Chapman ’60 Michael Chestnutt and Jennifer Christian Santo and Elizabeth Cimino Ray Coffin Joan and George Connick David and Triss Critchfield David Cummiskey and Vanessa Nesvig

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Debba Curtis Eliot and Melanie Cutler Peter M. Davidson ’61 Josephine Hildreth Detmer ’47 Jesse Deupree Marylee and Charles Dodge Jane J. Doherty ’58 W. Michael Donovan Mr. David Drake ’65 and Mrs. Kathleen Drake Drew and Susan Dubuque John and Carol Farrell Taffy and Eliot Field Mr. Everett Fisher The Forsley Family Arthur Fink and Ann Foster Jim and Katie Freilinger James Garland and Carol Andreae Frank and Susan Gentile Katherine Benoit Gibbons ’41 David and Maria Glaser Karl Norberg and Pam Gleichman Gertrude M. Goff Peter and Libby Gordon Maureen and Jim Gorman John and Barbara Graustein Hyman M. Gulak Mr. James Haddow and Ms. Michelle Ritchie-Haddow Mark and Jeanette Hagen Ronald and Susan Hall Thomas and Lynn Hallett Philip and Susan Hamilton Lin Peyton and Morris Hancock Bill and Lindsay Hancock Maria Benoit Hanley ’39 Edward and Katherine Harding Katherine Pope and Christopher Harte Whitney Neville Harvey Daniel and Phyllis Hayes David Heald and Sukie Curtis Buell and Anne Heminway Jeff and Elizabeth Herriman Bo and Kristina Hewey Michael and Elizabeth High Alison Derby Hildreth ’51 Hilary Holm ’82 and Kenneth D. Holm Sherry Huber Alice Palmer Hunneman ’49 Mark Isaacson and Karen Herold Dr. and Mrs. Ramanath Iyer Laura Jackson Susan Palmer Jones ’58 Stephen and Cinda Joyce

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David Keith and Stephen Simpson Sally Means Kirkpatrick ’42 Lew and Maggie Krainin Lowell and Melissa Libby Mr. Willard Libby John and Nancy Lightbody Abigail Randall Lumsden ’51 Ann Machado Cathel and Jan Macleod Jim and Liz Maier Sidney Thaxter and Mary McCann Joe and Suzanne McCarthy Alan McIlhenny and Elizabeth Ackerson Peter McKendry Suzanne McMullan Peter and Eve-Susan McPheeters Joseph and Gloria Melnick Frederick and Avis Miller Peter Milliken and Linzee Weld Margot and Roger Milliken Carolyn S. Mitchell Kent and Ann Mohnkern Frances Kendall Moon ’40 Margaret and Mason Morfit Dan Morgenstern and Moriah Moser Walden S. and David N. Morton Moser and Morgenstern Families Rose Mary and Allan Muir Jeff and Alison Nathanson Susan and Barry Nelson Juanita and Arthur Nichols Benjamin and Anne Niles Kyle and Diane Noble Judith Novey Ruth Ann and Raymond Nowak John and Cynthia Orcutt Rev. Larney Otis Craig and Libby Owens Anne Chadwick Parker ’61 Judith Dana Parker ’59 Gerri Pattison Grace and Tony Payne James and Jacqueline Pierce Katherine Hildreth Pierce ’53 Victoria Simes Poole ’45 Elizabeth Decker Porteous ’48 Todd I. Prawer ’77 and Alison Prawer Debbie Reed Sharon and Richard Renault John and Sonia Robertson Richard G. Rockefeller

MAGAZINE FALL 2013

Susan and Frank Ruch Jerome and Margery Russem Julie Russem John Ryan and Jenny Scheu Cindy and Jim Sanborn Joe and Susie Saunders Kristine W. Saunders ’67 John and Kirsten Scarcelli Ineke Schair Arthur Schnell and Michele Bednarz Maxine Sclar Tobey Scott and Amy Woodhouse Robert and Katy Scott Mark Segar and Susan Metters Joe and Elonide Semmes Jim and Lynn Shaffer Ben Shambaugh and Shari Goddard Shambaugh Mohammed Shir ’90 and Nazia Shir Reed Silvers and Pauline Barry Joan Brown Smith ’39 Deborah Snite Alice and Dick Spencer Mary Louise Thomas Sprague ’46 and Phineas Sprague Craig Sproul Sue Stein Pen and Dorothy Stevens Neal and Lorry Stillman Holmes and Didi Stockly Bill and Mary Stockmeyer Ann McCahill Strahan ’44 Pamelia Deering Strayer ’46 Karen Stray-Gundersen and Jane Begert Ann Lib Robinson Strout ’41 Chip Martin and Heather Tanguay Steven and Jody Thaxton Philip P. Thompson, Jr. Nancy Drummond Tindal ’71 and Bruce Tindal Richard and Barbara Trafton Louise Gulick Van Winkle ’60 Margo Walsh ’82 Joseph and Erika Wannemacher Chris and Pat Watson Barbara White Breda and David White Darrell and Karen Whitney Clint and Jennifer Willis Carol Wishcamper Nick and Annie Witte Roger F. Woodman ’72 and Carol DeTine Richard Wortley Diane Warren Zglobicki ’62 Ralph Zieff

CURRENT AND FORMER FACULTY AND STAFF Jennifer Hall Alfrey ’91 Katy Ameglio Louisa G. Anderson Margaret Austin Pauline Barry Christopher Beaven Anonymous Mark Bennett Kai Bicknell Pat Boure Jill Bowden Carrie Branson Lynne Breen Alice Brock Elizabeth Burdick Ross Burdick Thomas Campbell James Carlisle Ray Coffin Kelly Connor Cathie Connors Judy Coon Amanda Cote Heather Courtice Hart ’88 Debba Curtis Wendy Curtis Laurel Daly Donna Desjardins Stephanie Dolan Cathy Douglas Traci Dowd Drew Dubuque Caroline Earls Amy Fawcett Taffy Field Tiki Fuhro Rikki Gallagher Michael Gelsanliter Linda Gilman Caitlin Gilmet Michaela Goldfine ’90 Emily Graham Anne Hagstrom Lynn Hallett Peter Hamblin Tim Hebda Merritt Heminway ’90 Richard Henry Shelley G. Hodges ’00 John Hoy Cinda Joyce Stephen Kautz Dianne Keenan Patricia Keniston Joan Kenyon Lisa Kramer Betsy Langer Page Lennig Michele Lettiere Lisa Libby Lowell Libby Lydia Maier ’90 Mary McCann James Millard Robert Mills Wylie Mitchell Courtney Mongell Raymond Morrow Susan Nelson Juanita Nichols Elicia Niemiec

Alain Manda wa Diese Nkulu Judith Novey Miriam Olins Bob Olney Grace Payne Susan Penney Sally Price Sharon Renault Parker Repko Janice Ribeiro Jona Rice Seth Rigoletti Kelsey Robinov Deborah Rowe Julie C. Ryder Cindy Sanborn Gretchen Schaefer Mark Segar Stacey Sevelowitz Reed Silvers Katrina St. John Laura Spector Sue Stein Lorry Stillman Mary Stockmeyer Nancy Tabb Heather Tanguay Nancy Tarpinian Nancy Tetrault Jeri Theriault Daniel Thomsen Benjamin Thrash Rachael Thrash Carol Titterton David Vaughan Breda White David White Gladstone Wilson

GIFTS-IN-KIND The following donors generously donated goods or services to the School. Anonymous Akari Alford Lake Camp James and Melissa Allen Asmara Aurora Provisions AV Technic Azure Cafe Bonobo Browne Trading Company Camden National Bank Keith and Maria Canning Cheri Bryant Design, LCC City Theater El Rayo Taqueria The Forsley Family Wendy Franklin Fresh Gather David and Maria Glaser GoBerry The Good Table Lacey Goodrich and Ed Lutjens Gorgeous Gelato High Output Hot Suppa Mesa Verde Migis Lodge

Morrison’s Maine Course Ruth Ann and Raymond Nowak Pai Men Miyake Papier Gourmet Pom’s Thai Taste The Porta Family Portland Harbor Hotel Portland Magazine Portland Museum of Art Portland Pie John and Sonia Robertson Mesa Robinov ’13 Henry and Cathy Saniuk Skyline Farm and Carriage Museum Solo Bistro Street & Company Sysco Food Services of Northern New England Tandoor Twist Yosaku

EVENTS HANDS TO ART November 16–17, 2012 THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS We are extremely grateful for the generous support of the following local businesses and individuals in our community. Their support was shown in the form of cash or in-kind donations of products, services, and media presence, and was essential to the success of Hands to Art. We encourage you to support them in-kind.

Benefactors Migis Lodge and the Porta family

Patrons Azure Café Cheri Bryant Design Sysco

Donations of Food Asmara Aurora Provisions Bonobo Wood Fire Pizza Browne Trading Company El Rayo Taqueria Gather The Good Table Hot Suppa Mesa Verde Miyake Pom’s Thai Taste Portland Pie Company Solo Bistro Tandoor Restaurant Trader Joe’s Yosaku Japanese Restaurant


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Artists & Donors Julianna Acheson Elise Ansel Art House Picture Frames Chris Beaven Catherine Bickford Marilyn Bickford Woodfin Brewer ’95 Robin Brooks Nelson Bruns Jennifer Buchanan Caiola’s, Sebastian Cariddi ’93 Casco Bay Frames & Gallery Kim Case Diane Casey Samrith Chap Elizabeth Chapman Jennifer Christian Thomas Connolly Sara Crisp Sukie Curtis Diane Dahlke Natalie DiBenedetto Cooper Dragonette Arthur Fink Julie Freund Galeyrie Maps & Custom Framers Rikki Gallagher Claudette Gamache Katie Glaser Getchell ’88 Lacey Goodrich Greener Postures Yoga Jennifer Gregg The Grill Room Mark Hagen Lindsay Hancock Dorothy B. Hayes ’42 Eddie Howells Patty Howells

Claudia Hughes Kamasouptra Kaplus Family Nancy Elena Karp Sarah Laurence Dale Lewis Winky Lewis Local 188 Angus MacPhail Lesley MacVane ’69 Michael Maltby ’65 Nancy Manter ’70 Rob McCarthy ’00 Guy and Tatiana McChesney Kimberly Mayone Susan Metters Masahiko and Chieko Miyake James Mullen Ted Musgrave Will and Pia Neilson K. Dana Nelson Vanessa Nesvig Arthur Nichols Juanita Nichols Diane Noble Nosh Judy Novey Barak Olins Tony and Grace Payne Lincoln Peirce Ellie Porta-Barnet’04 Deborah Reed Jan Roberson’55 The Salt Exchange Richard Sandifer Miranda Wu Shinn Dylan Stark Ayres Stockly ’82 Barbara Y. Sturgeon Patricia Sundik

FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS, AND BUSINESSES The following organizations helped support Waynflete this year through grants, matching gifts, and other charitable giving programs. Acworth Foundation The Anderson Family Foundation Austin Community Foundation The Bailey Foundation Baltimore Community Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts Frances Hollis Brain Foundation, Inc. Bristol Seafood, Inc. Brooks Family Foundation Cara Charitable Foundation, Inc. Clements Family Charitable Trust Coastal Studies For Girls

FOUNDATIONS AND PROGRAM SUPPORTED

Alison Thibault Lori Traikos Waynflete Summertime Arts Dave Weinberg Helene and Kim Wilson Annie Lloyd Witte Michael and Lucretia Woodruff Jane Wray’56 Wade Zahares Zapoteca

Deb Robbins Maria Rootes Gretchen Schaefer Shari Shambaugh Karen Suva Torsak Tipparos and Kate Murray Waynflete Students Wilburs Chocolates Claire Winston-Wade Tanya Zivkovic

Artisan Fair Participants

Lisa and Alex Agnew Molly Aldrich and Jim Langford Jill Backman Elizabeth Barrett and John Frumer Jane Batzell and Bob Cleaves Catherine Bickford and Ed Rowe Greg Boulos Emily and Michael Bukowski-Thall Karen and Bill Burke Kate Burnham and Nate Clark Patti and Pat Butler Meg and Christopher Campbell Susan Conley and Tony Kieffer Deborah and Richard Connor Lucy and Bob Flight Shane and Susan Flynn Eva and Halsey Frank Jodi and Jonathan Freedman

Artascope Studios David Berrang Katie Clark Cullen Concannon Angela Cook Jefferson Cotton and Kamala Grohman Martha Daligan Claudia Diller Ivy Ferrelli Colleen Ford Roy Guzman Kamasouptra Ed Keenan Heidi Kendrick Cynthia Legere Carol Leonard Elise Loschivo Marcia MacDonald Solviejg Makaretz Ann Mann Kimberly Mayone Angus McPhail Ned Motley Stephen Oliver Pizza by Fire Liz Prescott

Host Committee

SPRING FLING May 18, 2013 We would like to thank the Porta family and Migis Lodge for donating the delicious barbecue. Thank you also to Twist and Gorgeous Gelato for their donations.

Committee Abigail Bliss, Chair Melissa Tomback, Co-Chair Sheri Feeney, Event Day Coordinator Individual Coordinators: Julianna Acheson Annie Anderson Laura Belman Kate Burnham Figgy DiBenedetto Jeremy Gabrielson Maria Gallace Shannon Gordon Deb Hastings Mesa Robinov Cynthia Wheelock Lee Warner

LOBSTER BAKE AND RAFFLE May 18, 2013

Beverage Donations Shipyard Brewing Co. and Fred Forsley Pine State Trading and Keith & Maria Canning

Raffle Item Donations Migis Lodge and Inn at Ocean’s Edge and the Porta Family Alford Lake Camp Portland Harbor Hotel Aurora Provisions Akari Portland Museum of Art Portland Monthly Magazine Street & Co.

Davis Family Foundation Diversified Communications Edward H. Daveis Benevolent Fund The Evergreen Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Finance Authority of Maine The George L. & Clara S. Shinn Foundation, Inc. The William J.J. Gordon Family Foundation Hannaford Brothers Helps Schools Program Hillman Charitable Foundation J.M. Huber Corporation The Hudson Foundation The Jebediah Foundation John Hancock Matching Gifts Program John and Patricia Klingenstein Fund The Lamport Foundation, Inc. Maine Community Foundation The Nature Conservancy

Oak Foundation USA Parker Hannifin Foundation The Poetry Foundation Saunders Electronics Scripps Howard Foundation Sherman Family Foundation The Phineas W. Sprague Memorial Foundation Target Take Charge of Education TD Charitable Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation Joseph H. Thompson Fund Unum Matching Gifts Program Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Foundation Unum Matching Gifts Program Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Foundation

Edward H. Daveis Benevolent Fund West End/Parkside Mentoring Project

Oak Foundation USA Curricular Integration and Sustainable Ocean Studies

Acworth Foundation Acworth Scholars

The Evergreen Foundation Sustainable Ocean Studies

Frances Hollis Brain Foundation Global Community Scholars

The Hudson Foundation Financial Aid for Lower School Students of Diversity

Davis Family Foundation Sustainable Ocean Studies

Maria Gallace and Tim Soley Shannon and Nathan Gordon Lynn and Tom Hallett Bryson Hopkins and Tracy Floyd Kathleen and Herb Janick Kate and Marc Jeton Dale and Rich Lewis Diane Lukac and Steven Silin Elizabeth McGrady and Jim Ohannes Michele Polascek and Jeff Benson Catherine Richards and Bob Olney Deborah Shinn Jennifer Slack and Robert Kaplus Susan and Joe Spagnola Jill and Sandy Spaulding Valerie and David Stone Kari and Bob Suva Lori Traikos and Ovid Santoro Jeffrey Troiano and Abby Dubay-Troiano Lee and Hans Warner Tricia and Jim Wasserman

Maine Community Foundation West End/Parkside Mentoring Project

The Phineas W. Sprague Memorial Foundation Annual Fund 2012-2013 TD Charitable Foundation West End/Parkside Mentoring Project

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IN HONOR OF Alice Brock Jonathan Valenti ’94

Morgan Earls ’24 Betsy and Clifford Mohr

Polly Blake Burke ’62 Catherine MacDonald Morrow ’62

Taffy Field Molly Field James ’98

Eleanor Brown Chidsey ’17 David Chidsey and Rachel Brown Jessica Connors ’22 Dianne and Ed Keenan Joseph Connors ’15 Dianne and Ed Keenan Triss Critchfield Caitlin Whelan ’02 Debba Curtis Matthew Page ’97 Josephine “Dodie” Detmer ’47 Zareen Taj Mirza ’75

Harrison and Alicia Rowe Edward Rowe and Catherine Bickford Deborah Shinn Barbara Sturgeon

Voted in May 22, 2012

Sue Stein Caitlin Whelan ’02

PRESIDENT Elizabeth Barrett

Karlina Gonzalez ’15 Corky and Carla Clarke

Emily Tabb ’17 Suzanne McAllister

VICE PRESIDENT Abby Dubay-Troiano

GRADE 6 Sarah Armentrout ’88 Gillian Schair ’90 and Seth Rigoletti Lori Traikos

Ada Knoth Gretchen K. Knoth ’07

Nancy Tabb Suzanne McAllister

Ben Mini Owen Conly ’09

John C. Van Dyke ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wisbaum

SECRETARY/ TREASURER Laura Burden

GRADE 7 Susanna DuBois Caitlin Gutheil

Humayun Mirza Zareen Taj Mirza ’75

Catherine White ’02 Barbara White

MEMBER-AT-LARGE Patti Butler

GRADE 8 Susan Flynn Dora Anne Mills

Nami Chace-Ortiz ’18 Raul and Nancy Ortiz

Thomas White ’05 Barbara White

Kingsley Floyd ’12 Tracy Floyd and Bryson Hopkins

Sadie Pacillo ’12 Michael and Patricia Pacillo

IN MEMORY OF Jill Arnold ’61 Ms. Julie Kilmartin

Martha Holt Giles ’47 Zareen Taj Mirza ’75

George Brett Mary Louise Thomas Sprague ’46 and Phineas Sprague

Carol Congdon Haynes ’47 Nancy Tyler Allyn ’47 Nancy Hiatt Barbara A. Berger

Sloan Critchfield ’03 Abigail Whiting Van Dam ’03 Chip Crothers Marjorie Stockford Dan Densch Timothy Aho and Susannah Corwin Rev. Michael Dwinell Ralph Zieff

Maine Rose Anonymous Zona King John and Betty Bibber Megan Dion Stephen and Cinda Joyce Lisa Llorente Lauren Miller Nancy Tetrault Donald Knoth Gretchen K. Knoth ’07

Susan Donovan Adrian Fiser ’06

Michael Macklin Louisa G. Anderson Elizabeth Lewis ’11

Betty Gamble Charles and Holland Filliettaz

Sam Maier ’92 Anonymous Margo Norberg Hillman Norberg ’07

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CLASS PARENT COORDINATORS LOWER SCHOOL Emily Bukowski-Thall Patty Howells

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L. Morrill Burke, Jr., PhD Deborah Weare Slavin ’62

WAYNFLETE PARENTS ASSOCIATION 2012–13 LEADERSHIP SLATE

Pamela Paul Sarah Lavigne ’93 Nondini A. Naqui ’98 Clayton A. Rockefeller ’97 Alice Mary Pierce ’42 James and Jacqueline Pierce Ruth D. Pillsbury Judith McManamy ’58 Ethan Remmel ’87 Michael Bull ’87 Lucia Pierce Smith ’47 Deborah Weare Slavin ’62 Victoria Smith and George Weaver Eleanor Tessler Mark Ireland and Lisa Tessler Wayne Van Dyke Mrs. Frances Van Dyke Brook Willing ’66 George Payson ’66

GRADE 9 Faith Barnes Tessa Bollinger Ian Smith and Carol Wilson-Smith

MIDDLE SCHOOL Catherine Richards

GRADE 10 Karyn Pellow Monique Roy-Nuki

UPPER SCHOOL Jodi Freedman Peggy Marston

GRADE 11 Maria Canning Vilean Taggersell

CLASS PARENTS EARLY CHILDHOOD Jeremy Gabrielson Shannon Gordon Katie Hogan Rachael Thrash Kindergarten Beth Sperry Gina Vardis GRADE 1 Figgy DiBenedetto Ralph Good GRADE 2 Kathy Dion Carolyn Noyes-Blyth

GRADE 12 Jill Backman Pia Neilson Deborah Shinn COMMITTEE CHAIRS ARTS Alex Agnew Catherine Bickford ATHLETICS Nancy Veroneau DIVERSITY John Frumer EVENTS Kate Burnham

GRADE 3 Sarah Moran Gerry Pickus

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Maria Gallace

GRADE 4 Annie Anderson Winky Lewis

GEAR Chris Mitchell

GRADE 5 Ari Fischer Alli Turndorf

VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS Deb Hastings Lee Warner


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ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET FOR FY 2013

Budgeted Revenue FY 2013 TUITION

Budgeted Expenses FY 2013 PERSONNEL

$13,082,993

ENDOWMENT/ 1,113,881 BOARD TRANSFERS AUXILIARY PROGRAMS

825,000

ANNUAL FUND

575,000

OTHER INCOME TOTAL

$ 8,405,270

INSTRUCTION

585,697

FINANCIAL AID

3,302,772

ADMINISTRATION

400,240

AUXILIARY PROGRAMS

1,004,000

TECHNOLOGY

139,000

OTHER

101,895

PLANT

925,200

DEBT SERVICE

758,000

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

36,000

61,200 $15,658,074

TOTAL

$15,658,074

Annual Fund Gifts by Giving Level

AMOUNT RAISED

GIFT SIZE

$1–$999

$1,000–$2,499

$2,500–$4,999

$5,000–$9,999

2 donors

$50,295

9 donors

$121,976

21 donors

$113,912

23 donors

$71,916

61 donors

$76,340

866 donors

$112,519

NUMBER OF DONORS

$10,000–$24,999 $25,000 +

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ALL GIVING 2012–2013 HIERARCHICAL (Includes Cash Gifts, Pledges, and Pledge Payments) CONSTITUENCY (hierarchical)

ANNUAL GIVING

CAPITAL GIVING

TOTAL

Annual Fund Unrestricted

Restricted

Endowment

Future Capital Gifts

Past Campaign

TRUSTEES

$

85,060

$

550

$

75,925

$

100,000

$

1,667

$

263,202

PARENTS

$

191,022

$

36,262

$

67,257

$

7,500

$

3,835

$

305,876

ALUMNI

$

95,255

$

2,185

$

69,252

$

50,000

$

2,775

$

230,190

GRANDPARENTS

$

77,895

$

1,350

$

16,457

$

7,500

$

5,000

$

108,202

FORMER PARENTS & GRANDPARENTS

$

62,891

$

16,565

$

225,985

$

10,000

$

3,875

$

319,893

FOUNDATIONS

$

10,000

$

65,000

$

10,000

$

$

85,000

OTHER FRIENDS

$

24,991

$

7,499

$

20,319

$

$

53,534

EVENT INCOME

$

41,896

$

41,896

TOTAL

$

589,010

$

1,407,793

$

129,411

$

485,195

$

175,000

$

Bequests

$

$

10,723

577

725

17,877

$

11,300

T H A N K YO U TO A N N UA L F U N D VO L U N T E E R S Board Development Committee William Harwood, Chair Jane Batzell Diane Lukac Walden (Denney) Morton Erica Schair-Cardona ’94 Mark Segar Susan Spagnola William A. Torrey Annual Fund Committee Alex Agnew, Co-Chair William Harwood, Co-Chair Parent Class Agents Faith Barnes Emily Bukowski-Thall Laura Burden John Frumer Jen Giguere

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Shannon Gordon

Alumni Class Agents

Vanessa Gates-Elston ’96

Karyn Pellow

Anne Chadwick Parker ’61, Co-Chair

Woody Brewer ’95

Tim Soley Lee Warner

Betsy Critchfiled ’06, Co-Chair

Lynne Manson Gawtry ’87

Nellie Semmes ’12

Jonathan Cantwell ’86

Senior Gift Committee

Noah Stone ’12

Hilary Huber Holm ’82

Ben Bornstein ’07

Luke Huber ’81

Jill Backman

Katie Campbell ’07

Mimi Gough ’77

Anne Belden

Gretchen Koch ’06

Tim Hiebert ’75

Michael Belleau and Molly Sneden

Morgan Finch ’04

Paula Bentinck-Smith ’70

Miranda Theodore ’04

Patti Butler

Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63*

Courtney Drake ’03*

Josh Espy ’13

Candace Plummer Gaudiani ’63*

Katie Reimann ’03*

Laura Hannan

Polly Blake Burke ’62

Jessica Scott ’03*

Regat Mebrahtu

Anne Chadwick Parker ’61

Laura Siegle ’02

Pia Neilson

Judy Dana Parker ’59

Gretchen Boulos ’01

Pam Phillips Torrey

Lee Tyler Robbins ’55

Rob McCarthy ’00

Mesa Robinov ’13

Happy Langmaid Bradford ’54

Hannah Harwood Nelson ’99

Phoebe Suva ’13

Dodie Detmer ’47

Erin Peck Yarema ’98*

Jonathan Tao ’13

Shirley Cole Quinn ’42

Tatiana Gelardi Whitlock ’98*

Katherine Torrey ’13

Matthew Page ’97

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Molly Miller Sparling ’93*

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ENDOWMENT FUNDS

The Lydia Maier Endowment

Waynflete’s endowment has increased significantly over the past ten years and its growth becomes increasingly important when the School’s sustainability is considered. An endowment is a “fund which is kept in perpetuity to provide interest and dividend earnings for the benefit of a charitable cause,” in this case, Waynflete School. In examining Waynflete’s annual operating budget, it becomes clear how the endowment can reduce pressure on tuition. At Waynflete, the endowment is the result of contributions made over the course of many years by scores of generous donors. Two new endowment funds were established this year: the Mark Segar Endowment For Financial Aid, and the Lydia Maier Endowment.

WAYNFLETE’S TOTAL ENDOWMENT: $21,459,112 Waynflete has three general endowments that support operations, financial aid and teaching, totaling $1,562,285. The following is a list of named endowments: THE CLASS OF 2012 ENDOWMENT IN SUPPORT OF UPPER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Established: 2012 Purpose: To provide support for Upper School activities such as the Outdoor Experience program. This fund was established by the seniors and families of the Class of 2012. THE WAYNFLETE FACULTY AND STAFF ENDOWMENT

Established: 2012 Purpose: To support annual faculty and staff compensation costs. This endowment was funded by an anonymous contribution from a Waynflete family to honor the substantial contributions of past and present faculty and staff to the Waynflete community THE MALONE FAMILY FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT

Established: 2011 Purpose: To provide optimal opportunities for deserving gifted students of limited financial means to reach their potential. This fund was established by a gift from the Malone Family Foundation to support “ education in exceptional independent secondary schools [which] enables, for highly capable and motivated students, the impetus to excel; permission to be smart and to engage in intellectual conversation; a solid preparation for higher education in the world’s best colleges and universitites; and–most importantly–self-actualization.” CINDA BAILEY JOYCE ENDOWMENT: A FINANCIAL AID FUND TO ENHANCE LOWER SCHOOL DIVERSITY

Established: 2010 Purpose: To help support students from all economic backgrounds whose families seek

for them the opportunity to participate in the extraordinary early childhood and elementary programs that Cinda and her colleagues developed over twenty years. The endowment was established by the School and funded by generous gifts from members of the Waynflete community. Cinda Joyce was a teacher and team leader at Waynflete and then Lower School Director for fifteen years. MARGARET W. SOULE, CLASS OF 1959 ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARCHIVES

Established: 2009 Purpose: To provide funds to maintain the Archives Department at Waynflete. This fund was established by the Class of 1959 after their 50th reunion to honor the work of their classmate, Margaret Soule. Maggie worked as a volunteer staff person for decades protecting the history of the School and providing research for the community. The Class of 1960 added to the endowment for their 50th reunion. Maggie passed away in November, 2010. CLASS OF 2009 GRADUATION GIFT ENDOWMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Established: 2009 Purpose: To support faculty development above and beyond that which is supported by the annual operating budget. The fund was established by the seniors and families of the Class of 2009. In their appreciation statement, the students expressed “the faculty are the most important aspect of their experience at Waynflete. It is their availability, accessibility, caring and willingness to help that is most appreciated by the students.” CLASS OF 2006 GRADUATION GIFT ENDOWMENT FOR FINANCIAL AID

Established: 2006 Purpose: To fund financial aid over and above that which is supported by the annual operating budget. This fund was established by a gift from the seniors and families of the Class of 2006.

ESTABLISHED JULY 1, 2013 BY JOSEPH AND SUSAN SPAGNOLA AND THEIR FAMILY

The Lydia Maier Endowment has been established in grateful recognition of Lydia Maier, Upper School Dean of Students at Waynflete School. This $100,000 endowed fund is intended to provide ongoing support, at the discretion of the Head of School in concert with the Dean of Students, to the professionals and programs that promote the emotional and social wellness of Waynflete Upper School students. It is the desire of the Spagnola family that this funding supports programs that help students to cultivate a strong sense of self, to develop coping skills to manage challenges and disappointments, to find value and purpose in life, and to connect with others. Others are invited to add to the fund.

CLASS OF 2005 ENDOWMENT FOR NON-TUITION RELATED STUDENT SERVICES

Established: 2005 Purpose: To enable students with financial need to participate in the full range of activities by providing support for items not covered by tuition such as academic support, musical instruments, athletic equipment, etc. This fund was established by the seniors and families of the Class of 2005. THE PATRICIA DAVIS KLINGENSTEIN, CLASS OF 1947 ENDOWMENT FOR THE WAYNFLETE LIBRARY

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The Mark W. Segar Endowment for Financial Aid

Established: 2003 Purpose: To provide support for Waynflete faculty and staff to enhance their skills and bring new ideas to the School. Pam Paul, former Dean of Studies, had a particular interest in health and wellness, and the hope in forming this fund was that by providing additional education opportunities for professional growth and personal renewal, the endowment would promote wellness throughout the entire Waynflete community. This fund was established by the seniors and families of the Class of 2003 and was increased by the Class of 2004 graduation gift. CLASS OF 2002 ENDOWMENT FOR HEALTH SERVICES

Established: 2002 Purpose: To help provide the services of a health professional and to provide educational programs about health. This fund was established by the seniors and families of the Class of 2002. THE KAREN WHITNEY FUND FOR MODERN U.S. HISTORY, GOVERNMENT AND CURRENT AFFAIRS

Established: 2002 Purpose: To support faculty efforts to strengthen understanding of American politics and current affairs. Funds may be used for faculty professional development activities, both to enrich teachers’ own knowledge and awareness and to provide a strong base for classroom activities that address issues of civic participation, political history, and American government. The fund was established by a gift from an anonymous alumnus and is named for Karen Whitney, former History faculty, who taught at Waynflete from 1984–2002.

Last year more than 240 alumni, parents of alumni, current parents, grandparents, trustees, students, faculty and staff gave over $1 million to The Mark W. Segar Endowment for Financial Aid, honoring the former Head of School’s 19 years of service to Waynflete. Gifts ranged from $20 to $200,000, and the Class of 2013 even voted to have their Senior Gift honor Mark. The Mark W. Segar Endowment for Financial Aid will support Waynflete’s financial aid program in perpetuity. ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS

Established: 1998 Purpose: To provide support for Waynflete’s Arts program. This fund was established by a gift from an anonymous donor. ENDOWMENT FOR MINORITY STUDENTS AND FACULTY

Established: 1998 Purpose: To provide scholarships for minority students and/or to supplement salaries and benefits for minority faculty. This fund was established though a generous gift from a Waynflete family. EXEMPLARY TEACHING AWARD ENDOWED FUND

Established: 1998 Purpose: To provide an annual stipend to a faculty member for professional development of their choosing that has been approved by the Head of School. This endowment was funded by an anonymous donor and gifts from the Waynflete community.

ENDOWMENT FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT

RUTH BAILEY BLINN DAVIS ENDOWED FUND

Established: 1999 Purpose: To provide academic support for students with learning challenges. This fund was established by the Phineas W. Sprague Memorial Foundation.

Established: 1996 Purpose: To provide an annual stipend award in recognition of a deserving teacher. Ruth Bailey Blinn Davis was a teacher at Waynflete from 1942 to 1944 and 1947 to 1970. During most of these years she was a second grade teacher and she also served as Head of School. This fund was established by her husband, Euan Davis.

STUDENT FOREIGN TRAVEL ENDOWMENT

Established: 1999 Purpose: To help provide access to Waynflete students to make foreign travel trips arranged by various departments of the school. FINANCIAL AID CHALLENGE ENDOWMENT

Established: 1998 Purpose: To fund financial aid over and above that which is supported by the annual operating budget. This fund was established at the beginning of the Campaign for Waynflete when the School accepted a matching gift of $250,000 from an anonymous donor to the Financial Aid Challenge Endowment with the restriction that funds generated by the endowment be used to supplement existing Waynflete financial aid. The seniors and families of the Class of 2008 added to this endowment as their graduation gift. 30

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ZO KING ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR THE ARTS

Established: 1996 Purpose: To provide money for student scholarship in the area of the arts. This fund was established by the Parents Committee on the Arts as part of the Waynflete Parents Association, and is in honor of Zona King, former arts faculty. E.E. FORD FOUNDATION CHALLENGE FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Established:1993 Purpose: To support professional development of faculty in the Upper School (grades 9-12) and to encourage and support innovative curricular initiatives from Upper School faculty. This fund

was established by the E.E. Ford Foundation with support from many generous donors in the community. FUND FOR GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING

Established: 1989 Purpose: To provide program resources to encourage students to develop their understanding of and appreciation for the rich diversity of the global community. It enables them to step beyond the confines of the familiar to experience the challenge and stimulation of different ideas and traditions and to share their knowledge with the Waynflete community. Thus equipped with heightened perspective and receptivity, students become better advocates for global understanding. This fund was established by a gift from an anonymous donor. LOUISE DODGE STODDARD FUND FOR THE STUDY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND CULTURE

Established: 1988 Purpose: To enhance the study of foreign language and culture at Waynflete School by enabling Waynflete students to have actual experience in foreign countries through host-family or other study-abroad programs. This fund was established by the Stoddard Family in memory of Louise Dodge Stoddard, former teacher and chair of the Foreign Language Department at Waynflete. PAYSON TRUST ENDOWMENT AWARD FOR FACULTY

Established: 1988 Purpose: To award grants to faculty for further education, travel, research, or combinations of these areas of faculty enrichment. This fund was established by a gift from the Margaret Payson Trust for her appreciation of the educational contributions that Waynflete made to members of her family and the community.

If you have any questions or are interested in learning more about Waynflete’s endowment funds, please contact Sally Price in Waynflete’s Alumni and Development Office at (207) 774-5721 ext. 1228 or at sprice@waynflete.org. (Note: There is a minimum required for establishing a new fund.)


Annual Giving 2013

THANK YOU MARK W. SEGAR Thank you, Mark, for your leadership and dedication to this School. Your work has inspired many of us to give to this fund, which will benefit Waynflete forever. The following is a listing of everyone who gave in honor of Mark: Anonymous Michael Abraha and Regat Mebrahtu Alex Agnew and Lisa Markushewski Nancy Tyler Allyn ’47 Drs. Francis and Carol Altman Charlton and Eleanor Ames Roger Amory and Laura Mazikowski Louisa G. Anderson Paul and Mary Anderson Lynn and Richard Anderson Joel Antolini and Meeghan McLain Nicholas Armentrout ’88 and Sarah Chappell Armentrout ’88 C.D. Armstrong ’73 and Betts Armstrong Edmund F. Armstrong, Jr. and Sally Morris Thomas and Rachel Armstrong Alison Beebe Arshad ’88 Margaret Austin James W. Babcock Jill Backman The Bailey Foundation Jane Hartglass Baker ’88 Dana Barnard Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63 and Michael Beebe Timothy Beidel Anne and John Belden Karen Belleau and Dean Ridlon Michael Belleau and Molly Sneden Barbara A. Berger Christian A. Berle ’99 Roger K. Berle Anonymous Christopher Bixby ’03 Deborah and Joseph Bornstein Cheryl and Joseph Boulos Desiree Bousquet ’84 Jill and Gregory Bowden Happy Langmaid Bradford ’54 Nancy Brain and John Watson Mr. and Mrs. John Braitmayer Rabbi Carolyn Braun Alice Brock and Patricia Peard Brooks Family Foundation James Brooks and Cherie Wendelken Tim and Fiona Brooks James and Jennifer Buchanan Anonymous Pat and Patti Butler Edward and Phyllis Campbell Anonymous Robert and Elizabeth Carroll Keith Case ’00 Samrith and Nora Chap Peter Chapman ’63 and Karen Chapman Mr. and Mrs. George Chase Li and Tai Chen Bob Cleaves and Jane Batzell Gerry Arzonico Clement ’47 Mary Murray Coleman Christine Collins Julia Colvin

Joan and George Connick Thomas Connolly, Pam Richards and Sophia Richards-Connolly ’13 Judy Coon John A. Corson ’55 Amanda and Ryan Cote David and Triss Critchfield Debba Curtis Laurie Marshall Cushman ’59 Dr. and Mrs. D. Joshua Cutler Eliot, Melanie and Zachary Cutler Laurel and Brian Daly Conan Deady and Cynthia Berliner Donna Desjardins Josephine Hildreth Detmer ’47 Jesse Deupree Marylee and Charles Dodge W. Michael Donovan Nyapeni Doul Traci and Michael Dowd Mr. David Drake ’65 and Mrs. Kathleen Drake Anonymous James ’63 and Jean ’63 Drummond Drew and Susan Dubuque Elizabeth Edwardsen Anonymous Jay and Lynne Espy Barry and Jane Fanburg Peter and Sheri Feeney Taffy and Eliot Field Mr. Everett Fisher Anonymous Shawna E. Friedman ’92 Martha Chaplin Frink ’71 John Frumer and Elizabeth Barrett Kelley Frumer ’17 Louis Frumer ’14 James Garland and Carol Andreae Candace Plummer Gaudiani ’63 Lynne Manson Gawtry ’87 and Michael Gawtry Anonymous Katherine Glaser Getchell ’88 Linda Gilman Helen and David Ginder Anonymous David and Maria Glaser Gertrude M. Goff Barbara Goodrich John and Barbara Graustein Winifred Green Hyman M. Gulak Dalit Gulak Wolfe ’01 Mr. James Haddow and Ms. Michelle Ritchie-Haddow Anne Hagstrom Ronald and Susan Hall Alex and Meredy Hamilton Morris Hancock and Lin Peyton Hancock Maria Benoit Hanley ’39 Laura Hannan and Carl Sierak Moritz Hansen and Suzanne Fox Sally Howes Hansen ’54 Whitney Neville Harvey William Harwood and Ellen Alderman Debbie and Greg Hastings Daniel and Phyllis Hayes Robyn Smith Helmer ’54 Buell and Anne Heminway Wendy Dana Hines ’63 John Holdridge and Meg Springer Hilary Holm ’82 and Kenneth D. Holm Eddie and Patricia Howells Mr. and Mrs. William D. Howells

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howland Felicity Howlett ’62 Luke D. Huber ’81 Megan Huber ’79 Sherry Huber Hugh and Elizabeth Humphreys Alice Palmer Hunneman ’49 Mark Ireland and Lisa Tessler Dick and Anne Jackson Molly Field James ’98 Anonymous Marc and Kate Jeton David Johnson and Charrisse Kaplan Stephen and Cinda Joyce Stephen Kautz Terri Holmes Kemp ’63 Patricia Keniston Hal and Brigitte Kingsbury John and Patricia Davis Klingenstein ’47 Lew and Maggie Krainin Mr. and Mrs. Francis Labuski Betsy Langer Peter Lea and Linda Oliver Anonymous Cameron and Erica Linen Gregg Lipton and Sara Crisp Jeffrey and Beth Longcope Nancy Langmaid Loth ’62 Elizabeth Love ’03 Diane Lukac and Steve Silin Arnold Macdonald and Elizabeth Moore Ann Machado Christopher and Katharine MacLean Cathel and Jan Macleod Sarah Maier Peterson ’96 Paul and Maureen Manetti Carter Manny and Elizabeth Chapman Molly Martin Mark and Kimberly Mayone Mary McCann and Sidney Thaxter Alan McIlhenny and Elizabeth Ackerson Suzanne McMullan Anne McPheeters ’99 Peter and Eve-Susan McPheeters Scott Meiklejohn Mary Howes Merrick ’60 Mark Miller ’98 Zareen Taj Mirza ’75 Carolyn S. Mitchell Courtney Mongell Frances Kendall Moon ’40 Bob and Libby Moore Margaret and Mason Morfit Anonymous Walden S. and David N. Morton Moser and Morgenstern Families Rose Mary and Allan Muir Peggy MacVane Murray ’70 Cecilia Nardi ’07 Anonymous William and Pia Neilson Juanita and Arthur Nichols Benjamin and Anne Niles Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nordgren Joseph Nowak ’07 Barak and Miriam Olins Bob Olney and Catherine Richards Hannah Rose Orcutt ’07 John and Cynthia Orcutt David and Sigrid Ordway Matthew O’Rourke ’05 Craig and Libby Owens Anne Chadwick Parker ’61 Gerri Pattison Lincoln Peirce and Jessica Gandolf

Katherine Peterson ’07 Elizabeth Cimino Pierce ’88 and Jeffrey Pierce ’88 Ingeborg Polacsek Christopher Price and Wendy Poole Sally and John Price Frances Emerson Prinn ’60 Shirley Cole Quinn ’42 Kenneth Raffel and Claire Oppenheim David and Louise Ransom Debbie Reed Sharon and Richard Renault Mrs. Sidney Richardson Lee Tyler Robbins ’55 John and Sonia Robertson Kelsey Robinov Richard G. Rockefeller Steven Rosenblatt Deborah Rowe and Timothy Cole Susan and Frank Ruch John Ryan and Jenny Scheu Cindy and Jim Sanborn Rosa W. Scarcelli ’88 and Thomas Rhoads Ineke Schair Erica Schair-Cardona ’94 and Ivan Cardona Maxine Sclar Tobey Scott and Amy Woodhouse Jim and Lynn Shaffer Anonymous Deborah and Miranda Shinn Mohammed Shir ’90 and Nazia Shir Elizabeth Stickney Shortle ’63 Althea Simons ’03 Deborah Weare Slavin ’62 Anonymous Beth Smith Horton ’52 Deborah Snite Tim Soley and Maria Gallace Joseph and Susan Spagnola Sandy and Jill Spaulding Alice and Dick Spencer Craig Sproul Katrina St. John Sue Stein Mrs. Jill Stevens Pen and Dorothy Stevens Neal and Lorry Stillman Ms. Janet Stinson Marjorie Stockford Karen Stray-Gundersen and Jane Begert Ann Lib Robinson Strout ’41 Barbara Sturgeon Joe and Mary Jo Surges Bob and Kari Suva Tsai Tao and Li Chuan Ying Michael and Nancy Tarpinian Nancy Tetrault Joan P. Tilney Carol Titterton and Peter Hamblin Bonnie Marshall Tompkins ’60 William Torrey and Pamela Phillips Torrey Richard and Barbara Trafton Michael Trautman and Judy Gailen Jeffrey Troiano and Abby Dubay-Troiano Lukas Tubby ’11 Vincent and Nancy Veroneau Paula Volent Ann Staples Waldron Breda and David White Darrell and Karen Whitney Timothy Whittemore ’00 Clint and Jennifer Willis Carol Wishcamper

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David Elliott and Elaine Elliott

Anne Chadwick Parker ’61

Ellen Alderman and William Harwood

Helen Emerson ’26*

Alice Mary Pierce ’42*

Maureen Anthoine-Orlandini

Joan Sayward Franklin ’46*

Shirley Cole Quinn ’42

Betts Armstrong and C.D. Armstrong ’73

James E. Freilinger and Katie Freilinger

Deborah Reed

Jane Batzell and Robert Cleaves

Lynne Manson Gawtry ’87

Helen-Mae Reisner ’69

Nancy Montgomery Beebe ’63

David S. Glaser and Maria Glaser

Richard Rockefeller

John and Anne Belden

Joseph Gray, Jr. and Marie Gray

Ineke Schair

Christian Berle ’99

Robyn Smith Helmer ’54

Deborah Weare Slavin ’62

Roger K. Berle

Nancy Keith Holland ’38*

Margaret Soule ’59*

Harriet Langmaid Bradford ’54

Ruth Cook Hyde 1910*

Deborah Lombard Brett ’42* and George Brett*

Anne and Dick Jackson

Kenneth Spirer and Dr. Joan Leitzer

Anne Davis Johnson ’32*

Mary Ann Strahan ’44

Alice Brock and Patricia Peard

Ellen Libby Lawrence ’35

Margaret Burnham ’21*

Diane Lukac and Steven Silin

Karen Stray-Gundersen and Jane Begert

Michael Cohen and Terry Cohen

Ellen Maltby-Askari ’60

Annie V. Crader*

Robert C. Monks and Bonnie Porta

Deborah Curtis Laurie Marshall Cushman ’59

Robert A.G. Monks and Millicent Monks

Barbara Davis ’36*

Destry Oldham-Sibley

Mary Van Etten ’30*

Nancy (Ping) Drake*

John and Cynthia Orcutt

Clint and Jennifer Willis

New Charitable Gift Annuity Rates Why is Waynflete’s charitable gift annuity such a good idea? Beyond the satisfaction of making a special gift to the School that also is of benefit to you, just take a look at the interest rates. A charitable gift annuity is an easy to understand contract between you and Waynflete School, through which, in exchange for a gift of cash or securities, the School agrees to pay you a fixed, secure payment for life. New interest rates went into effect on January 1, 2012 and are listed in the table

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at right. The new rates are slightly lower for single life annuities for ages 69 and younger and slightly higher for single life annuities for ages 75 and older. There is a $10,000 minimum to establish an annuity fund. Creating a charitable gift annuity with Waynflete is a simple thing to do. For more information please contact Sally Price, Director of Development, at 207-774-5721 ext. 1228 or sprice@waynflete.org.

Jeffrey Thaler and Karen Massey Widgery Thomas, Jr. Patricia Hale Tyson ’43* Eleanor Van Aken Wolcott ’57

* Deceased

Age

Rate

60

4.4%

65

4.7%

70

5.1%

75

5.8%

80

6.8%

85

7.8%

90

9.0%


Annual Giving 2013

Leaving a lasting impact! “After careful consideration, we have included Waynflete in our estate plans because of the important role the School has played in our lives. For the last 20 years, we have watched three of our children grow into smart, thoughtful and caring people as a result of attending Waynflete. While our children have certainly benefitted from a strong Waynflete education, we have too. We have learned much about our children, child development and education and also enjoyed being part of a caring and supportive community. We hope that by sharing some of our wealth with Waynflete, we will give other deserving families the opportunity to experience what we have been so privileged to enjoy.” Bill Harwood and Ellen Alderman are parents of Julianna Harwood ’15, Katherine Harwood ’13 and Hannah Harwood Nelson ’99. Bill and Ellen have joined the Ruth Cook Hyde 1910 Circle. For information, please send this to Waynflete School, 360 Spring Street, Portland, ME, 04102, Attention: Sally Price. Name Address Telephone email 33


NONPROFIT ORG

360 Spring Street Portland, ME 04102

UPCOMING EVENTS December 11 Come Dance With Us Dance Concert

December 17 An Evening at the Portland Museum of Art

December 18 Lower School Music Concert

January 9 – February 12, 2014 Hands & Minds At Work Gallery Show

January 13, 2014 Monday Books Dessert & Discussion Discussion Leader: Jim Millard, English Faculty The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects On A Century In The Garden by Stanley Kunitz

January 15, 2014 Upper School Music Concert

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