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Director: Development Director/Assistant Director: Technical Director: Audience Services Manager: Marketing Director: Coordinator of Education & Outreach: Office Manager:

Richard Telfer Beverly Kopper Mark McPhail Robert Mertens

Ken Kohberger Ben Strand David Nees Michael Morrissey Leslie LaMuro Shannon Dozoryst Malinda Hunter

Mission Statement Young Auditorium serves as a presenting organization for the performing arts and as an educational and cultural center enriching the lives of the campus and regional communities. Vision Statement Young Auditorium: Artstanding in Creativity, Artstanding in Collaboration, Artstanding in Education, Artstanding in its Field. Non-Profit Status Young Auditorium is a non-profit organization under Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code. A Note To Our Patrons: • Latecomers will be seated at the first convenient interval at the discretion of the audience services staff. • Patrons are requested to turn off pagers, cellular telephones, and hourly signaling watches during the performances. • Photography or video/audio recording of the performance is strictly prohibited. • No smoking or food allowed in the theater. Only beverages purchased in the reusable cups available in the lobby will be allowed. • Personal hearing enhancement devices are available at the information desk. • No state tax revenue supported the printing of this program. Ordering Tickets Group Ticket Sales UW-Whitewater Ticket Services Groups of 10-24 = 10% discount Voice & TTY: 262-472-2222 Groups of 25+ = 20% discount Fax: 262-472-1329 For more information call 262-472-5705. Purchase tickets in person at two locations Greenhill Center of the Arts Box Office M-F 9:30 am – 5:00 pm (Short term, metered parking at this location) University Center- Information Services Desk UC 159 on the main floor lobby of the University Center. M-F 9:30 am – 8:30 pm Sat 8:00 am – 8:30 pm Sun Noon – 8:30 pm Young Auditorium Lobby at 5:00 pm prior to performances. Contact Us Young Auditorium 930 West Main Street • Whitewater, WI 53190-1790 Phone: 262-472-4444 • www.uww.edu/youngauditorium E-mail: youngaud@uww.edu

Facility Rental Young Auditorium facilities are available for banquets, receptions, concerts, meetings and dances. For information call 262-472-4444. Facilities include the Auditorium, Kachel Center and the Fern Young Terrace. Accessibility Features Patrons with special seating needs please inform ticket services personnel at 262-472-2222 three weeks prior to the performance when ordering tickets for: wheelchair seating or for visual impaired seating. Patrons with special visual or hearing needs please inform Michael Morrissey, audience services manager, by e-mailing at morrissm@uww.edu or call at 262-472-1487 three weeks prior to the performance for large print or Braille programs, or signed interpretation for the hearing impaired, and tickets must be purchased at least one week prior to the event. Hearing enhancement devices are available at the lobby information station. Young Auditorium 1


MINNEAPOLIS GUITAR QUARTET - TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013 • 7: 30 PM Bramblett Chamber Music Series Presents

Minneapolis Guitar Quartet

Joseph Hagedorn Maja Radovanlija Ben GateĂąo Wade Oden

PROGR A M Windy**..................................................................................................................................Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) Petite Suite (1886-1889)**............................................................................................Claude Debussy (1862-1918) En Bateau Cortege Menuet Ballet A Scottish Fantasy (1996)*................................................................................................David Crittenden (b. 1960) Three Finnish Pieces**...........................................................................................................Maria Kalaniemi (b.1964) Tahdet Taivahalla Skymningspolskan Hermannin Riili INTERMISSION Sonata Op. 1, No. 9 in G major**............................................................................Archangelo Corelli (1653-1713) Sonata Op. 3, No. 4 in A minor** Ghetto Strings (2001)*......................................................................................... Daniel Bernard Roumain (b. 1970) Harlem Concertino**....................................................................................................................... Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Cuatro piezas**...............................................................................................................Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999) Caleseras (Homenaje a Chueca) Fandango del ventorrillo Plegaria de la Infanta de Castilla Danza valenciana * Written for the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet **Arranged by the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet www.minneapolisguitarquartet.com 2

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THE BR A MBLETT MEMORIAL CHA MBER SERIES The Bramblett Memorial Chamber Series was created in 1998 to honor the memory of our dear friend and colleague Jerry Earl Bramblett who served on the music department faculty from 1973-1994, the year he passed away. He was a vital force in the Music Department, not only throughout his many performances, but also in the musical excellence he expected from this students and from the department in general. As a solo pianist and chamber music collaborator, he presented over 300 recitals on campus, as well as throughout Wisconsin and elsewhere in the U.S. A dedicated teacher, he was greatly respected by his students. To those of us who knew and heard Jerry perform, it was when he was performing in the chamber music setting that his true genius as an artist was realized. With Jerry’s dedication and artistry as our inspiration, the series seeks to actively promote and bring high-level chamber music to the campus to enrich the cultural environment of the University and the community. Former chancellor Greenhill wrote:“He was a vigorous performer, teacher and scholar whose energies and musicianship provided a model of professionalism for his students.” BR AMBLETT CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES DONORS Samaritan John & Sandra Heyer Advocate Robert & Marion Burrows Ed & Kay Drexler Ann Bramblett Fowler David & Kathy Granum H. Gaylon & Hannah Greenhill Richard & Kathy Haven Frank Hanson & Linda Kimball Geraldine & Robert Jennings

Milo & Joan Jones Carole Scharinger Richard & Ruth Schauer Betty Schoonover Chuck & Barb Taylor Dean & Shirley Taylor Richard & Veronica Telfer Karen Wilberg Donor Dennis & Margaret Rohrs Friend Lynn & Cheryl Binnie Rollin & Nancy Cooper

M. Virginia Epps Rick & Jeanine Fassl Frank & Carolyn Ferriano Glenn & Christine Hayes Mary Godfrey Ken Kohberger Richard & Judy Owens Gordon & Helen Parks Susan & Thomas Stanley Miles A. & Nancy Stejskal Carleen & Arthur VanderKoy Robert Wright & Elizabeth Asher Lowell & Maureen Youngs

M I N N E A P O L I S G U I TA R Q UA R T E T G R O U P B I O With the passion, style, and musical sophistication borrowing from the best chamber music and string quartet traditions, the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet has successfully made its case as one of the world’s leading guitar ensembles since its founding in 1986. “Flawless, musical and witty” (Classical Guitar Magazine, England), the MGQ has performed throughout the United States both in recital and with orchestra, balancing a dizzying array of first-rate repertoire ranging from Renaissance and Baroque to Spanish, Latin American and Romantic, to highly imaginative existing and newly commissioned contemporary works. Cutting-edge composer/performer Daniel Bernard Roumain, one of the more than 20 composers commissioned by the MGQ, calls the group “more than a guitar quartet, more than superb musicians, and more than a great chamber group. They are ambassadors of sound, style, and substance.”

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Since 2006, the MGQ has collaborated with Flamenco dancer Colette Illarde, developing two different productions with music by the great Spanish composers Joaquin Rodrigo and Enrique Granados. This dynamic and wide ranging synthesis features music arranged by the MGQ, while Ms. Illarde’s choreography reflects the extraordinary vitality of Spanish culture and includes Spanish regional and folk dancing, classical ballet and flamenco. The Minneapolis Guitar Quartet’s concerto appearances include the Austin Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra and the Columbus Symphony, among others. In recital, the MGQ has performed in more than 30 states in such cities as Seattle, Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Omaha, and Boston. Other highlights include Princeton University, the Il Encuentro Internacional de Guitarra at the National Arts Center in Mexico City, the Omni Foundation Dynamite Guitar series in

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Starring John McGivern

Wilder’s masterpiece directed by Professor Jim Butchart, featuring UW-Whitewater’s Theatre/Dance dept. students and John McGivern!

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The MGQ has been heard on the nationally syndicated Saint Paul Sunday, and on National Public Radio’s Performance Today. From its first four CDs on the Albany and GSP labels, the group has garnered unanimous international critical acclaim. “With (Over Land and Sea),” said Soundboard Magazine, “the MGQ demonstrates that it is one of the major guitar ensembles in the world.” Highlights from the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet’s 2008-2011 seasons included concerts and masterclasses in 15 states, concerto performances with the Orchestra of Indian Hill (MA), and the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (Madison) and concerts with Flamenco dancer Colette Illarde in five states. In 2009, the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet toured to Oregon and Alaska and a busy 2010 included performances for the Round Top (TX) International Guitar Festival and the Friends of Chamber Music of Stockton, CA.

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San Francisco, the Round Top International Guitar Festival in Texas, and the Guitar Foundation of America Festival. Its concerts may feature as wide a range of repertoire as Bach, Piazzolla, Ginastera, Purcell, Rodrigo, Stravinsky, many new works by commissioned composers, and an exceptional arrangement of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. The web magazine minor7th.com called it “the best arrangement of these 16 movements (Pictures at an Exhibition) I have heard…While staying true to the original sense of the pieces, the Quartet brings fresh colors and lyricism.”

Committed educators as well as performers, members of the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet (Joseph Hagedorn, Maja Radovanlija, Ben Gateño and Wade Oden) often appear to teach and present workshops at festivals and universities throughout the United States. The cultural accessibility of the guitar makes it a natural for the MGQ’s educational and outreach programs like its two popular versions of “Guitar Talk” for ages 5-12 and 13 through adult. For more information, please visit www.minneapolisguitarquartet.com


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This program was supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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TAKE ME HOME: THE MUSIC OF JOHN DENVER - SAT, MARCH 9, 2013 • 7:30 PM Sponsored by:

TAKE ME HOME: THE MUSIC OF JOHN DENVER

The untimely death of John Denver in 1997 was a tragedy that was felt the world over. Such a void in the musical world left John’s ardent fans demanding that his music survive. CBS television responded by producing a made for TV movie: “Take Me Home: the John Denver Story,” in which Jim Curry’s voice was selected as the voice of John Denver. Jim Curry has now created the ultimate tribute experience, emerging as the top performer of John Denver’s music today. Often performing with John Denver’s former band members, Jim Curry’s tribute is the first and only full-length John Denver tribute to headline in Las Vegas and has been celebrated nationally and internationally. To refresh your memory of the wonderful songs identified with John Denver, we have listed some of the biggest hits. There will be others, but we do not want to rob you of the delightful discovery of unexpected songs, nor of the spontaneity that great musicians bring to a concert. You will feel this kindred spirit. It is why they do what they do. Rather than follow a set program keep your focus on what is happening on stage. Relax and enjoy each song. Annie’s Song Leaving on a Jet Plane Grandma’s Feather Bed Back Home Again Thank God I’m a Country Boy Fly Away Calypso Sunshine on My Shoulders Take Me Home, Country Roads Take Me Home: The Music of John Denver is represented by Alkahest Artists & Attractions, Inc. | info@alkahestartists.net | www.alkahestartists.net 6

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J I M C U R R Y ’ S T R I B U T E TO T H E M U S I C O F J O H N D E N V E R Jim Curry began his music career writing and performing the opening song, “The Time of Your Life” for his senior play. The song was then voted to be the 1975 class song and Jim was awarded a Rotary Scholarship to study music in college. Even at this early stage in his life Jim’s natural voice resembled that of singer/songwriter John Denver. Embracing the similarities, Jim continued to sing and specialize in the songs of John Denver, sharing John’s positive messages of love, humanity and environmental awareness. The untimely death of John Denver’s in 1997 was a tragedy that was felt the world over. Such a void in the musical world left John’s ardent fans demanding that his music survive. CBS television responded by producing a made for TV movie: “Take Me Home, the John Denver Story” in which Jim landed an off-camera role singing as the voice of John Denver. This experience inspired Jim to produce full–length John Denver tribute concerts. He’s not your usual “Vegas style” impersonator. In fact, he is not an impersonator at all. Jim sings, in his own natural voice, a tribute to the music in a way that has to be seen and heard to understand the pure honesty of his amazing performance. His looks and his voice are simply a pleasant coincidence that captures the true essence of John Denver’s music. Curry’s heartfelt delivery rolls out into the crowd as multi-platinum hits like “Rocky Mountain High,”“Annie’s Song” and “Calypso” fill the room. To compliment Jim’s performance visually, a multi-media PowerPoint of slides and video are played in sync with each song. Some of the video is the original video John Denver used in his own shows. Jim believes that John Denver’s words still ring true in these difficult times of war and environmental crisis. John Denver grew rapidly into a mega celebrity when the world was looking for some hope in the late 60’s and his lyrics in songs like, “Take

me Home Country Roads” gave America a new lift abroad as well as at home. People all over the world found pride in the natural wonders of the earth and love for John’s message of caring for our planet and each other. Jim delivers these songs in the same spirit, with the same heartfelt care and desire to make a difference. As the concerns of global warming and other environmental issues reach today’s youth, Curry sees a growing number of younger listeners. Curry says, “These songs blend the images of our natural earth with a love for each other as people. The care you give to someone you love is the best care. Making that connection to our earth and to each other is the goal.” Jim Curry has created the ultimate tribute experience and has emerged as the top performer of John Denver’s music today. He often performs with John Denver’s former band members. Curry’s tribute is the first and only full-length John Denver tribute in a Las Vegas Casino and is a sell-out favorite at the Silverton time after time. Curry has taken his show on the road to Performing Arts Centers and Casinos in the US and Canada and out to sea as one of the most popular shows on the Holland America Cruise Line. On October 2007, the 10th anniversary of John’s passing, Jim Curry brought a landmark concert to the stage in Aspen Colorado. It included many of John Denver’s former band members, some of them for the first time in a tribute show. Bass player Dick Kniss (who also tours with Peter Paul and Mary) Songwriter, guitar and dobro player Steve Weisberg (who penned many John Denver’s recordings) Banjo player Jim Connor (a former member of the New Kingston Trio and author of the hit song “ Grandma’s Feather Bed”) Legendary guitarist James Burton (Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson and John Denver) and in what would be one of his last major performances before his passing, singer/ songwriter John Stewart of the famed Kingston Trio. The bold and dynamic Young Auditorium

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J I M C U R R Y ’ S T R I B U T E TO T H E M U S I C O F J O H N D E N V E R thinking of Curry continues to produce historical concert engagements and bring icons of the music industry together into powerful shows. When John Denver wanted to add a full orchestra to his live shows and recordings, he teamed up with Grammy Award winning arranger, composer and conductor Lee Holdridge. Lee’s symphony arrangements, along with John’s songs became the trademark sound of many of John’s hits. Now, Jim Curry and Lee Holdridge have brought the rebirth of the timeless songs of America’s troubadour back as a full-length live concert of John Denver’s greatest works, as well as one of his last songs written. Jim Curry has taken his tribute show to this new level by adding symphony orchestrations back

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into live performances of John Denver music as an option for those presenters who have a symphony orchestra available for accompaniment, using the symphony arrangements supplied by Jim Curry. Thus, Jim Curry is able to satisfy patrons in performing arts series with or without a venue’s orchestra. Jim Curry’s stellar performance combines with dramatic photos and videos of our natural world; this is a show that will truly fill up your senses! For booking information, Alkahest Artists & Attractions, Inc. Toll Free: 888-728-8989 Email: info@alkahestartists.net, www. alkahestartists.netMembers 2012-2013

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THE IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY - WED, MARCH 13, 2013 • 7:30 PM Cultural Affairs Presents Sponsored by:

Blaine Swen Hans Holsen

Joey Bland

Andy Carey Brendan Dowling

Based on one audience suggestion (a title for a play that has yet to be written) The Improvised Shakespeare Co. creates a fully improvised play in Elizabethan style. Each of the players has brushed up on his “thee’s” and “thou’s” to bring you an evening of off-the-cuff comedy using the language and themes of William Shakespeare. Any hour could be filled with power struggles, star-crossed lovers, sprites, kings, queens, princesses, sword-play, rhyming couplets, asides, insults, persons in disguise and all that we’ve come to expect from the pen of the Great Bard. The night could reveal a tragedy, comedy, or history. Nothing is planned-out, rehearsed, or written. Each play is completely improvised, so each play is entirely new! BIOGR APHIES Blaine Swen Blaine Swen is the creator and director of The Improvised Shakesepare Company. He comes from California where he performed with ComedySportz, Ultimate Improv, and iO West. Currently, he can be seen performing at iO Chicago with The DelTones and The Armando Diaz Experience. His other iO credits include the house team Bullet Lounge and the one-man improvised musical, BASH! He enjoys touring with the iO Road Show and The Second City’s BizCo. He has performed in Chicago with The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Pegasus Players Theatre, and The Second City Education Company. The Chicago Reader recently named him 2010’s “Best Improviser in Chicago.”

Hans Holsen Hans Holsen toured the U.S.A. with The Second City National Touring Company for two years, and toured the Netherlands with Boom Chicago for two years as well, but was mainly tethered to Boom’s main stage in Amsterdam. He currently performs with Second City’s Improv All-Stars at the Second City’s Up Comedy Club. At iO, he also performs with Ringo Starr. At The Annoyance, he performs with FishNutz and in the Holy F*** Comedy Hour. At the Apollo Theater Hans plays as a member of the worldwide musical improv concern Baby Wants Candy. Film credits include, and are limited to, Let’s Go to Prison. Find some commercials and stuff at hansholsen.com. Young Auditorium

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Joey Bland Joey Bland moved to Chicago from Virginia, where he attended the College of William and Mary. Outside The Improvised Shakespeare Company, he has performed with ComedySportz, the iO Theater, and The Second City. For two years, Joey traveled the world with The Second City Touring Company, and in 2009, he played the title role in The Second City’s hit, original musical, Rod Blagojevich, Superstar. Joey is a two-time Jeopardy champion. Andy Carey Andy Carey performed, toured, and taught for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, and the Boise Contemporary Theater after receiving his B.F.A. from the University of Idaho. Since moving to Chicago he has trained with the iO Theater, The Second City Conservatory

and the Annoyance. In addition to The Improvised Shakespeare Company, Andy is a member of Baby Wants Candy (Chicago), Willie Nelson Slept Here (iO Theater) and A Crew of Patches theater company. Much love to his wife Christy and son Keagan. Brendan Dowling Brendan Dowling is a Massachusetts native and a graduate of the College of William and Mary. In Chicago, he has toured with The Second City’s National Touring Company and has been a member of ComedySportz. He also performed in The Second City Denver’s inaugural production of Red Scare, as well as writing and performing The Second City Denver’s How I Lost My Denverginity. Brendan can also be seen creating improvised musicals with Baby Wants Candy. He would like to thank his family for being so great.

S H OW H I S TO R Y In 2005, Blaine Swen founded The Improvised Shakespeare Co. in Chicago. After a successful fall run on the Donny’s Skybox stage at The Second City the show was taken, at the request of Charna Halpern, to IO Chicago. It has consistently played to sold out houses for the last 3 years now, The Improvised Shakespeare Co. has found itself on the road, including a trip to the Piccolo Spoleto Fringe Festival in Charleston SC, where The ISC was reviewed as one of the top shows in the festival! The group also frequents New York City performing limited engagements Off-Broadway at the Barrow Street Theatre where stars from SNL, Mad TV, and The Office have been seen watching the show in amazement. In July, 2009, The Improvised Shakespeare Co. premiered in Canada at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival (also reviewed as one of the top shows to see), playing to standing room only houses and they were also part of the Just For Laughs TV broadcast playing in front of an audience of 2500 people. In September ’09, The Improvised Shakespeare Co. played to standing room only houses at Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival. The group continues to branch out on the road and has dramatically expanded their touring for 2010-2011. Look for them at a theater near you! JOIN US! FOLLOW US! VIEW US! 10

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M E M B E R S 2 012 - 2 013 Director’s Council James R. Connor Lolita Kachel Francine L. Pease Michael Ross Director’s Circle Ron & Ann Abele James & Julie Caldwell Robert & Yvonne Fiskum David & Kathy Granum H. Gaylon & Hannah Greenhill John & Sandra Heyer Dr. Beverly Kopper Mark McPhail Kenneth & Dorothy Otting Julian & Anne Stinson Chuck & Barb Taylor Richard & Veronica Telfer Ambassador Craig & Bonnie Anderson Richard & Kathy Haven Dawn & Lyle Hunter Mitzi Joseph Ken & Susie Kidd Ken Kohberger Everett & Ellen Long Craig Matzinger Dennis & Margaret Rohrs Carole Scharinger Betty Schoonover Richard & Judy Triebold Elmer Werhane Patron Bill & Karen Bohn Robert & Marion Burrows Winona Campbell James Carlson Rollin & Nancy Cooper Jo Coulthart Donna G. Fox Jack & Betty Frawley Thomas Grotelueschen Ginny Hall Glenn & Christine Hayes John & Nancy Hoffmann Geraldine & Robert Jennings Arthur Kolb & Dorothy Kopp Orville & Carol Larson Nels & Gloria Madsen

Connie & Alan Marshall Rowland & Audrey McClellan Michael & Jean Morrissey Margaret Mueller John & Arlene Newhouse Terry & Arlene Ostermeier Jerry & Jan Palzkill Gordon & Helen Parks Lyn & Mary Kay Piatt Mary Hill-Roth & Ted Roth Jim & Sue Schlough Jerry & Bunny Schoen Dennis & Evelyn Schulz Lewis & Kathleen Scott Cynthia Smith Ben Strand & Kari Borne Dean & Shirley Taylor Patricia Townsend Donald & Marjorie Triebold Pamela & David Van Doren David Veith Robert Wright & Elizabeth Asher Karl & Doris Zahn Supporter Curtis & Diane Abendroth Helmut & Martha Ajango Stanley & Ann Alger Jackie Amundson & Dean Zweifel Rod Anderson Julia Armstrong Michael & Karen Atwood Steve & Pam Barnes Patricia & Thomas Bauhs Thomas & Christine E. Beckman Dale Benson James & Ginger Best Lynn & Cheryl Binnie Ron & Marilyn Binning Elizabeth Blumberg Forrest Bright Susan Burkhardt Mary Beth Byrne Patricia Caldwell Gerald & Lois Caslavka Ann Chester Steve Cline Mr. & Mrs. Cohen Marilyn & Richard Coogan Antionette Czebotar

Dean & Bonnie Dahnert Jacqueline Dailey Audrey & Christian Gatz Nancy & Leo Geidel Mary Godfrey Norm & Polly Godfrey Barry & Margo Goldberg Karla Goodman Kathy & Jim Gross Skip & Carna Grover Carol Guequierre Mark Gustafson & Su Ash Gustafson Hans & Carla Hahn Margaret Hancock Diane Hanson John & Jean Henderson Mark Hildebrand Lloyd & Daphne Holterman Gene & Charlotte Huntley Helene Hurdis Martha Johnson Richard & Susan Kaja Debra & Ken Kirkeby Sharon & Jeff Knight Bob & Gloria Knipschild Paul & Sue Kremer Steven Landfried Leota & Steve Larson Leece & Phillips Law Offices Laura Lester Luann Livingston Dr. Steven & Larissa Lyon Sandra Matson Jeffrey McKinney Rosemary Metzdorff Michael McGoff Jim & Carol Miller Bob Mischka Lois O’Brien Tom & Mary Oehler Kim & Denise O’Keefe Michael & Marie Olson Richard & Judy Owens Terrie Parenteau Larry & Mary Peiffer Astrid Peterson Kirke & Elaine Plank Dale & Colleen Riggs John & Julie Ripley James Rogers Dick & Julie Ruhe Daniel Sable Young Auditorium

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John & Lila Waldman Vivian & Fred Welch Eda Wilson Carole Witkowski Rod & LaVonne Wittwer Mark & Peggy Wuenstel Charles & Barbara Zidek Contributor Mary Adams Carl W. & Melba Bradberry Wendy Brown Carol Christ Kathleen Eisenmann John Finney Dale C. & Margaret C. Fose Carol Grulich Richard Haney Susan Hiscox Eleonora Jedrysek Henry Kenyon Kristin Koeffler Dr. & Mrs. Robert Koenitzer Dian LaFontaine-Aschmann Barbara McGlynn Tammy McElwee

Susan Mealy Rosemary Metzdorff Henry Mol Barry Mullen Maureen Nielson Thelma Robbins Philip Roou James & Cheral Sadler John & Mary Ellen Sanderson Rod & Sue Scherer Merle & Mary Lou Schinke Susan Sims Steve & Linda Steinhoff Miles A. & Nancy Stejskal Gayle & Dale Stettler Bridget Trewyn Marge Ware Nettie Weber Matthew Winden James & Mary Jo Wooldridge Student Owen Kirkeby Matthew Knudtson Bryan McConnell Lisa Tessene-Martin

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Terri Pratesi Roger & Lillian Punzel Thomas & Sharon Tenuta Chuck & Barb Taylor Karolyn & Hugo Tscharnack James & Marie Rubietta James & Linda Santy Richard & Ruth Schauer Jeannean Spaulding A. Robert Taylor Steve & Sherry Van Dyke Constance & Joseph Vitale Victoria on Main Bed & Breakfast


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