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The Faces of Hope

2015 Annual Report 0245 SW Bancroft Street, Suite B, Portland, Oregon 97239  (503) 221-1054  www.emoregon.org  emo@emoregon.org


2 Reason to Hope Board of Directors The Rev. Margaret Marcuson President Joe Snyder President-Elect The Rev. Susan Kintner Immediate Past President Ron Means Treasurer The Rev. Alicia Speidel Secretary The Rev. Dr. Mark Brocker The Rev. Vicky Brown The Rev. Don Frueh The Rev. Michael Grogan Melinda Gross The Rev. Dr. LeRoy Haynes The Rev. J.W. Matt Hennessee The Rev. Linda Jaramillo The Rev. Mark Knutson Glenna Kruger Cobi Lewis The Rev. John Mashall The Rev. Terry McCray Hill The Rev. Nancy McGrath Green The Rev. Courtney McHill Peter Sergienko Julia Spence The Rev. Valerie Walker

It is a profound privilege to serve you as executive director of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO). You represent faith communities and people of goodwill from across the state of Oregon who believe in the power of working together for the good of all. You give us all great reason to hope. We believe deeply that we belong to one another. We have faith that we can transform society by practicing acts of kindness and breaking down barriers that prevent people from experiencing the fullness of life that we all desire. And we are a part of a movement that is growing, as we transform our future together into one filled with hope. Each one of EMO’s programs is founded in this vision: every person should be able to have a dream and the opportunity to reach their full, God-given potential. This report is merely a brief glimpse into our vital work. I wish you could witness the thousands of people who have been touched by EMO’s many programs this past year. You would encounter the faces of people who make our nation and state beautiful, diverse and strong. And together we would realize how deeply interconnected we are, and that we are, indeed, family. I celebrate with you the good work that we are accomplishing together. This, my friends, gives us reason to hope. With gratitude,

Letty Owings The Rev. Dr. Rodney Page Lifetime Members

Jan Musgrove Elfers Executive Director


Interreligious Dialogue & Peacemaking 3 How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity! PSALM 133:1 Our interfaith education and theological dialogue programs help congregations and individuals deepen their own commitments and better understand their neighbors. Each year, we offer workshops, discussions, lectures, presentations, celebrations, and prayer vigils to celebrate Christian unity, foster interfaith relations, and explore ethical and moral issues. Our annual Collins Lecture presents emerging and inclusive theological and social perspectives and engages participants in inquiry, dialogue and reflection.  The 2015 Collins Lecture (left), “Gospel of Conquest,” featured three visionary Native American scholars and spiritual leaders—Robert Miller, George “Tink” Tinker and Kim RecalmaClutesi—who guided participants in an experiential exploration of the meaning of the Doctrine of Discovery—the 15th century basis for European Christian claims to the Americas—as it plays out today in relations among church, tribe and state.  Our annual Community Awards & Celebration Dinner brought together over 300 guests in a joyful celebration of our shared commitment to compassion, justice and goodness of God’s creation. Photo credit: Daniel Fan


4 Public Policy Advocacy And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. MICAH 6:8 EMO’s public witness and advocacy efforts persuade policy makers and legislators throughout Oregon to change systems that perpetuate poverty, inequality and violence in our society. We bring voices to the Legislature in Salem to testify about how our laws directly affect their lives.  Last year’s Interfaith Advocacy Day in Salem brought together a record number of 300 people of faith from across the state to stand in solidarity with the most vulnerable in our society in order to advocate for a hopeful future for all Oregonians.  During the 2015 Legislative Session, EMO participated in advocacy days and hearings and provided testimony in support of affordable housing, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and gun safety legislation such as SB941, Universal Background Checks for Guns, which was signed into law by Governor Kate Brown on May 11. More than 40 students from the Muslim Educational Trust, the University of Portland and Warner Pacific University attended the 2015 Interfaith Advocacy Day in Salem (right).

Photo credit: Jenny Pratt


Environmental Ministry 5 The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it. PSALM 24:1 Our Environmental Ministry programs connect, inform, inspire and empower people, congregations and religious institutions to work for food justice and the care and renewal of the earth. We foster an awareness that care for creation is integral to a life of faith.  Interfaith Food & Farms Partnership (IFFP) opened the first full season of the Rockwood Farmers Market in Gresham featuring a mix of artisans, food producers and farmers, most of whom accept WIC and SNAP.  Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns (INEC) presented our sixth annual Earth Care Summit, “Renewing Creation from the Ground Up,” to explore the connections between soil, food, agriculture and climate.  Oregon Interfaith Power & Light (OIPL) created a Fossil Fuels Initiative to engage the faith community in preventing the Pacific Northwest from becoming a “carbon corridor” to transport oil, gas and coal overseas. Photo credit: Liz Wendell Last summer, Oregon Interfaith Power & Light organized a “Faith & Fossil Fuels” field trip to the Columbia River Gorge for faith leaders to learn from people with frontline experience about the impacts of fossil fuel exports (above).


6 Community Ministry Learn to do good; seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow. ISAIAH 1:17 EMO’s Community Ministry programs help people put their faith into action by addressing human needs in their communities. Our diverse programs provide nutritious meals, affordable housing, social support, and integrated refugee and immigration services.

Affordable Housing EMO has a long history of developing and advocating for affordable housing and is dedicated to filling the housing needs of those less fortunate.  The Patton Home—a 128-year old single-room occupancy residence—provided affordable housing for 63 individuals who were in recovery from substance abuse, transitioning from homelessness, or striving to maintain their personal independence.  Second Home—a community response to the housing needs of unaccompanied, homeless youth while they attend high school— facilitated housing arrangements last year for nine students with volunteer host families, providing 1,700 months of housing and over 5,000 meals.

Photo: Addy Pratt Last June, all seniors in the Second Home program successfully graduated from high school, including Ruth Kim (above left) who celebrated her graduation with Jenny Pratt, Second Home program manager. Ruth now attends the University of Oregon.


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Nutrition & Social Services Serving communities in crisis and people in need is central to EMO’s basic human needs programs.  Circles of Support & Accountability (CoSA), following a restorative justice model, operated five Circles with each Core Member receiving between 150 to 200 hours of healthy social engagement with volunteers and treatment professionals throughout the year.

The Northeast Emergency Food Program delivered food weekly to nearly 50 lowincome families at Sacajawea Head Start (above).

How does God’s love abide in anyone who has the world’s goods and sees a brother or sister in need and yet refuses help? … Let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action. 1 JOHN 3:17-18

 In 2015, our Food Services prepared 19,861 nutritious, home-style meals for 1,406 people in need, including residents of the Patton Home and clients of our HIV Services programs; cooked Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for Patton Home residents.  Last year, our HIV Services offered assistance for 282 low-income people living with HIV/AIDS who made 7,393 visits to the HIV Day Center for meals, counseling, peer support, computers, phones, laundry, hygiene supplies, clothing and showers. Over 11,500 meals and nutritional supplements were delivered by the Daily Bread Express to home-bound individuals living with HIV/AIDS.  Northeast Emergency Food Program gathered and distributed more than 839,733 pounds of nutrious food (including 9,047 pounds of locally grown produce) and nearly 40,000 items of clothing to over 11,861 people in critical need during 2015.


8 Community Ministry Refugee & Immigration Ministries Our Refugee and Immigration Ministries offer comprehensive and compassionate services to thousands of refugees and immigrants in the Portland metro area.

For I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in. MATTHEW 25:35

 Russian Oregon Social Services (ROSS) gave direct assistance to 1,364 Russian-speaking refugees and immigrants in 2015, including domestic violence services, mental health counseling, mentorship, self-sufficiency classes, inhome tutoring, legal and tax assistance, dental care and more.  Last year, Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees (SOAR) provided resettlement services for 452 refugees— the majority of whom came from Afghanistan, Burma, Cuba, the former Soviet Union, Iraq and Somalia—and assisted them in their adjustment to a new life in the Portland metro area.  In 2015, SOAR Immigration Legal Services provided low-cost immigration representation and education services to more than 2,000 immigrants and refugees in application processes, including 144 family reunifications and nearly 200 naturalization applications for citizenship.

Photo: Georkis Ramos Quintana Refugee youth entering Portland schools for the first time face a daunting challenge. Many have only minimal education in their native language while living in refugee camps. To address this challenge, 36 refugee children were enrolled in School Assistance for Refugee Newcomers (SAFRN), which provides educational support services to refugee children, their parents and their schools. SAFRN is partnership of EMO’s Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees, Lutheran Community Services Northwest and Catholic Charities.

A special thank you to Georkis Ramos Quintana, case manager at EMO’s Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees, for contributing many of the beautiful photos of EMO clients featured in this annual report.


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Thank you to the 1,367 donors and foundations who gave $939,343 to EMO during 2015. Congregations & Religious Organizations Ahmadiyya Muslim Community/ Rizwan Mosque, Portland Ainsworth United Church of Christ, Portland Atkinson Memorial Unitarian Church, Oregon City Augustana Lutheran Church, Portland Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ, Beaverton Bridgeport United Church of Christ, Portland Central Lutheran Church, Portland Central Lutheran Church Women, Portland Central Presbyterian Church, Eugene Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints, Ridgefield, Wash. Church World Service, Elkhart, Ind. Community of Christ, Portland East County Church of Christ, Gresham Eastrose Fellowship Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland EcoFaith Recovery, Portland First African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Portland First Baptist Church, McMinnville First Christian Church, Albany First Christian Church, Eugene First Christian Church, Portland First Christian Church, Silverton First Congregational United Church of Christ, Eugene First Congregational United Church of Christ, Portland First Presbyterian Church, Bandon First Presbyterian Church, Portland First Presbyterian Church, Roseburg First Unitarian Church, Portland First United Methodist Church, Eugene First United Methodist Church, Portland

First United Methodist Church, Salem Fremont United Methodist Church, Portland George Fox Evangelical Seminary, Portland Grace in the Desert Episcopal Church, Las Vegas, Nev. Gresham United Methodist Church Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Portland Hood River Valley Christian Church, Hood River Interfaith Council of Greater Portland Lake Grove Presbyterian Church, Lake Oswego Lake Oswego United Church of Christ Luis Palau Association, Beaverton Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, Portland MacDonald Center, Portland Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Hood River Moreland Presbyterian Church, Portland Murray Hills Christian Church, Beaverton Muslim Educational Trust, Tigard Open Door Baptist Church, Troutdale Operation Nightwatch, Portland Parkrose Community United Church of Christ, Portland Peace Church of the Brethren, Portland Portland Mennonite Church St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Beaverton St. Luke Lutheran Church, Portland St. Mark Lutheran Church, Salem St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Eugene St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Portland Sisters of St. Mary’s of Oregon, Beaverton Smyrna United Church of Christ, Canby Southminster Presbyterian Church, Beaverton

Springfield/Eugene Habitat for Humanity Thrivent Financial, Northeast Portland Chapter Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland Unitarian Universalist Church of Vancouver, Wash. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem Valley Community Presbyterian Church, Portland Vermont Hills United Methodist Church, Portland Volunteers of America of Oregon, Portland West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Portland Westminster Mainsail Mariners, Portland Westminster Presbyterian Church, Portland Westminster Presbyterian Church, Salem Wy’East Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Portland

Denominations American Baptist Churches of the Central Pacific Coast Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Oregon and Southwest Idaho Community of Christ, Greater Pacific Northwest Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Oregon Episcopal Diocese of Oregon Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Evangelical Lutheran Church in America—Oregon Synod Presbyterian Church (USA) Presbytery of the Cascades United Methodist Church, OregonIdaho Annual Conference Willamette Quarterly Meeting of the Society of Friends

Businesses, Corporations & Organizations Alternative Gift Markets American Immigration Lawyers Association Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Portland Cascade Chapter Bad Habit Room Bazi Bierbrasserie Bridges Café and Catering Cambia Health Solutions Central Drug Company Climate Jobs PDX Concordia Neighborhood Assoc. Cully Association of Neighbors Detour Cafe Fifth Alder Associates LP Franciscan Montessori Earth School Girl Scouts Troop 42161 Gracie’s Restaurant Groundswell Group Immigration Counseling Service Income Property Management KC Collective Inc. Las Primas Leadership Beaverton Legacy Health System Northwest Linfield College McMenamins Pubs & Breweries Moda Health Neil Kelly Nike Employee Charitable Giving Program Nike, Inc. Northwest Industrial and Foundry Supply Co. Order of Benevolent Bliss Oregon Environmental Council Oregon Food Bank Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty The Original Pacific Power Retirees Pacific University Praying Mantis Farm Providence Health & Services


10 Donors & Partners Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Reser’s Fine Foods Schoenfeld & Schoenfeld, P.C. Sunshine Division Trip’s Vending Services United Way of King County USI Northwest Waltz Sheridan Crawford, Inc. Whole Foods Market Wright Land Company

Foundations American Endowment Foundation Autzen Foundation Beneficial State Foundation Black United Fund of Oregon The Collins Foundation Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS Equity Foundation ESCO Foundation Farmers Market Fund Herbert A. Templeton Foundation Hoover Family Foundation Irwin Foundation The Jackson Foundation Jouris Family Foundation Juan Young Trust Kaiser Foundation MAC AIDS Fund McKenzie River Gathering Foundation Multnomah Bar Foundation Northwest Health Foundation Oregon Community Foundation PGE Silicon Valley Community Foundation The Regeneration Project Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation Wheeler Foundation

Individuals Gifts of of $100 & more William & Naomi Adix Will & Valerie Aitchison David & Jean Akers Nancy Alexander Kathy Allen-Kirsch & John Kirsch Kris Alman & Mike Siegel Edward & Janice Ames Steven Anderson Clay & Jennifer Andrew

Warren Aney April Avery Rania Ayoub Gaile & Donald Baack Kristi Baack & Bernie Deazley Keith Bachman & Jill Miller Robert & Martha Bailey Jon Baldivieso & Francesca Monga Donald & Elisabeth Balmer Stephen & Florence Balog Elisabeth & Anthony Barker Raymond Barnes Alice Bartelt Reagan & Mark Bauman Michelle & Robert Bayley Ruth Beam Phyllis Bekemeyr Stacy Bellavia Peter Beninato Faye Bennett Linda Bergman Deborah Berry Mike & Eleanor Bessonette Jim Beyear Bruce & Judith Bishop Kimberly & Daniel Bissell Cheryl Bittle Michelle & Neil Blair Valerie Bloom Susanne & Rafael Bobenrieth Douglas & Emily Boleyn Katrin Book Alcena Boozer Walter John Boris & Cynthia Penn Jane & Jim Bosket Phyllis Bottomly Robert Bowles & Chrystal Shaw Bowles Sallie Bowman Robert & Elizabeth Boyce Dan Bradley Dale & Barbara Brandt Audre Bratcher Mark & Donna Brocker Arthur Brooks Joan & Laurence Brousseau Eugene & Julia Brown J. Wesley & Kathiann Brown Vicky Brown Daniel & Judy Bryant Wayne & Dorothy Bryant James & Mary Ann Buck Kathleen Buhl Robert Bulkley Michelle Bush & Miguel Camacho

Michael Cahana Sandra Cahill Steve & Sandra Cahill Leonard Cain & Roberta Badger Cain John & Diane Calhoun Patricia Campbell-Schmitt Eric Canon Matt & Lisa Cato Lynne Chapman Susan Climo Betty Cobb-Colgan Donald & Gladys Colburn Maribeth Collins Truman Collins Sonja Connor Andrea Cook Sue Cook Robert & Carolyn Cornie Charlotte Cresswell Christy Croghan Ann Culver & Shelley Hutchinson Sheryl & James Culver David & Elsie Damcke Neil & Carolyn Davidson Nancy Davis Fran Davison Sharon Dawson Robert Decker Dora DeCoursey & William Spangle Helen Dennis John & Nancy Dennis Charlotte Derenne & Lorin Rice Patricia Dickerson Sandra Dickson Linda & Jerry Dinan Aleta Doerr Christine & Tim Dole Gail & Herbert Douglas Clifford Droke & Diane Pinney Bernice Duckrow & Donna Eldredge Alaine Duncan Jacquelyn Dvorak Trish Eby Jim & Phoebe Edelson Vickie & James Edwards Elizabeth Ehrlich Lisa Eisenbraun-Long Elizabeth & Gilbert Eklund Jan & Michael Elfers Robert & Gwen Elfers Martin Elfert & Phoebe MacRae John Elizalde & Paula Johnson Michael Ellick

Michael & Margaret Ellis Joanne Engels Jo Ann English James Fadden & Connie Blumhard-Fadden Carolynne Fairweather Erik Fisher Bruce & Cynthia Fitzwater Linda Forbes Wayne Forsgren Lena Forsythe Gabrielle Foulkes Jim & Dalla Francis Robert & Alice Frantz Elmer Frimoth Don Frueh Jocelyn Furbush & Tom Mooney George Furniss Donald & Margaret Anne Gemmell Eloise & Walter Gibson Marian Gilmore Jimmy Go Sally Godard Marshall Goldberg Debora Goldstein Darlene Gores Robert & Julie Granger Gary Graunke Lowell & Susan Greathouse Robert Greaves Kathleen Greene Bernice Gregg Harry & Patricia Griffin Lorna Grohman Bonny Groshong Marsha Barrett Grosjean & Ronald M. Grosjean Vernon & Betty Groves Maria Grumm Allan Gubrud Herman & Helen Guichelaar Diana Gustafson-Barr Joseph & Karen Guth Kay Haberlach Maureen-Elizabeth Hagen & Rob Greene Yvonne & Jan Hajda John Hale Roger & Joan Hamilton Michael Joseph Hanley Marilyn Hanson Kevin Hanway & Meredith Seiser Thomas Harburg & Alida Rol Lucile & Jerome Harden Alisa & Rody Hardy


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Last year, over 600 volunteers helped EMO serve the needs of nearly 30,000 Oregonians. Dale & Carla Harris James Harris & Tashiana Wangler William & Barbara Harris Jeffrey & Lori Ann Harrod Betty Harry Jan & Tom Harvey Karen Hawkins Molly Haynes LeRoy Haynes, Jr. Deborah Hedges Morton & Sandra Henig Matt Hennessee Mary Lou Hennrich Maripat & Jim Hensel Alan & Ann Herbach Jesse Herbach Lynn Hingson Charles Hinkle Rob Hitchcock David & Cathleen Hockman-Wert Lisa Jean Hoefner Kevin Hoffman Diane Hogan Jenny Holmes Ryan Hoppes Marilyn Horton Harold Howard Brett Hulstrom David & Tonia Hunt Chris Hyde Robina Ingram-Rich & Timothy Rich Barbara Isely Sharon Ivey & Tom Newhouse James Jandacek Elizabeth Javens Fran Jensen Aleida Jernigan Janet & Peter Johnson Eric Jordahl Marty & Cyndy Kagan Marcia Kahn Joseph & Jeanne Kaliszewski Stephen Karakashian Paul Karr Gary & Nancy Kasper Joe Kaufman Kenneth & Nancy Keating Kyler & Kay Kenney Esther Kenyon-Marcotte & Ron Marcott

Howard Kenyon Robert Kenyon Lee Kilbourn John & Susan Kiley James Kinnier Susan Kintner & John Reiser Peter & Mary Kirschner Amy Kling Phyllis & Raymond Krueger Carol Kyllingstad Scott Lake William & Melody Lang Lyle Larsen David & Wanda Larson Deborah & Charles Larson Thiel & George Larson Mary Lou Laybourn Shannon & JoAnn Leach Heather & Martin Leffler Florence Lersch David & Leigh Leslie NaDynne & Ron Lewis William Lewis Charles Lienert Susan Lienhart & Campbell Richardson David & Carolyn Lindsey Catherine & John Lingas Susan Linman & Mary Howe Gilbert & Miriam Lissey James Lloyd Hjalmer Lofstrom Gary & Karen Logsdon Mary Lohnes Shawn & David Looney Gary & Jerrie Lovre Arvin & Susan Luchs James & Annette Lynch Judy Lyons Roderick & Leila MacDonald George & Mary Ann Machan John & Patricia MacLean Monteith Macoubrie David & Darnell Mandelblatt Margaret & Karl Marcuson Judy Margles Deborah Maria Rhoda Markus Jane & Philip Marquis JoEllen Marshall

Nicole Marshall David Massey Gary & Betty Massoni Suzanne Mattox & Anna Parker Philip & Dana McBrien Janice McCargar Calvin & Velma McConnell Scott & Kathleen McCurdy Kendall & Dan McDonald Tee McDonald Thomas & Ann McGranahan Nancy & Roy McGrath Green Courtney & Jennifer McHill Donald McKinlay Ron & Carol Means James & Audrey Metcalfe Marguerite Metcalf Versie Meyer Daniel Mick Ross & Nancy Miller Jeanne Lawson Mills Wayne Miya James Moiso & Lea Lawrence-Moiso Cheryl & John Moore Madeline Moore Mary Moore Arthur & Jean Morgan David Morgan & Susan WladaverMorgan Marjorie Muilenburg Jeffrey & Sharon Musgrove Leslie Myers & Jack Stone Fred Neal Elizabeth Neel Kathleen & Dan Neeley Thomas & Cathy Nelson Kathleen & Paul Newman Mark & Janell Niemann-Ross Alfred & Kathleen Nissila Richard & Beverly North Thomas O’Connor & Aislinn Adams John & Sandra O’Rourke Tyler Oliver Gordon Olson Jack & Erika Orchard Nancy Wilson Orcutt Johnette Orpinela Kathleen Orwig Mary Anne Osolin Dennis & Leslie Oster

Kenneth Otto Letty Owings Rodney & Sandra Page Anna Parker Dennis Parker & Michael Sagun Heather Parrish Rod & Mary Anne Parrott Walter Partenheimer Edward & Alice Patterson Cara Phillips George & Billie Pitzer MaryLee Planer Gene & Arlene Platt Kelley Platt Adrienne Plumb David & Marian Poindexter Eiko & Charles Politz Rosendo & Leslie Pont Prineet Pottmeyer Katrina & John Powell Lorraine Prince Kevin Proctor Jeremiah Pyle Jane Rabe Fraser & Lynn Rasmussen Bonnie & Peter Reagan Rodney Reeves & Joan Kimoto Arno Reifenberg & Doris Marks Clayton & Dorothy Rice Nedi Rivera Claudia Jean Roberts John & Virginia Robertson John & Caroleigh Robinson John & Joann Robison David & Theo Roche Margaret Rodriguez Springer Charlene & John Rogers John & Barbara Rogers Howard Rosenbaum Eugene & Patricia Ross William & Marie Rottschaefer Judith Roumpf & Jerry Powell Stacey Roy Richard Royse & Rocky Blumhagen Donald Ruff & Elizabeth Ramsey Debbie & Kendra Rutherford Carolyn & Peter Rux Jim & Joanne Ruyle Martine Sacks Leslie Sampson


12 2015 Financial Report Revenues: $3,550,595

Patricia Sanders & Thomas Tilton Lisa Sandmire Richard Santos James & Julianne Sawyer Nancy & David Scheele Harvey & Holly Schmidt Stephen & Ann Schneider Maarten Schreuder Robert & Marianne Schug Elwin Schwab Virginia Scott Herbert & Esther Seaman Janis Secunda Donald & Theresa Sempert Tim Serban Bernice Severson Donald & Linda Shaw Stuart Shaw Donald & M.K. Shields Shannon & John Shoul Helene Silberstein Carl & Amy Singmaster Maureen Sloan Roberta Smith Terry Smith Frank & Sherrell Snell Andrew Snyder Joe & Jane Snyder

Hans & Christa Spalteholz Alicia Speidel Marjorie Speirs Julia Spence Lewis Sprunger Matthew & Carla Starrett-Bigg Frances & Douglas Stearns George Steen James & Michele Stemler Lisa & Jon Stine Dennis Stoecklin Gerald & Heidi Stolp Edgar Stone Lynda Strand Julie Strayer Thoma David Streight & Pamela Vohnson Paul & Debi Stromberg Ann & Sidney Stuller Amy Subach & J. Chris Anderson Mary Ellen Summer Richard Surratt & Susan Hanset Kristin Swanson & Mac Prichard David Sweet Jodi Swigart Karen & Gordon Sykes Christine Tebben Tyler TerMeer Elin Teyler

Expenses: $3,619,090

Donald & Barbara Thompson Robert Thompson Lou Ann Tiedemann Kathie Titzler Kim Toevs Kay Tousley Derrick Travers Lela Triplett-Roberts Beverly Trover Mary Jo Tully Ann Turner & Catherine Bax Billie Tveit Katie Ugolini Jill Van Winkle Lewis & Susan Van Winkle Alice Vaux Maegan Vidal & Daniel Christensen Carolyn Voit Victor & Jeanne Vore Holcombe Waller Dorothy Waltz Les Wardenaar Bruce Warner Kenneth & Amy Warnes Keith & Wilhelmina Watkins Marilyn Weber Michael & Susan Weedall Danielle & Jason Weinstein

Anne & Wayne Weld-Martin Hans West Andrew & Julie Wheeler David & Carol Wheeler Claude White & Gwyneth Rochlin Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley Allyn Williams Corrinne Williams Tim & Tara Williams Scott & Judy Willis Warren Wimmer Martin & Carolyn Winch Douglas & Cathy Wirt Roger Wirt Kirke Wolfe James & Molly Woolf Robert & Patricia Wyffels Ellen Yarnell Connie Yost Elizabeth Young Rebecca Youngstrom & Ronald Atwood David Zegar Sylvia Zingeser Audrey Zunkel-deCoursey

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