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COLLABORATIVE

Connecting People and Nature 2015 Annual Report


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Message from our Chair Dear Friends, Thank you for your support of the Mill River Park Collaborative. People have asked me why there should be a need for the Collaborative when Mill River Park is a city park. There is a very simple answer. With so many pressing needs facing a city like Stamford - schools, roads, etc. - today, it takes a public/private partnership to create and sustain something that is not critical, but rather an important contributor to the quality of life and growth of a community.

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I hope you will agree that Mill River Park is already adding substantially to the quality of life in Stamford. Whether it's Saturday morning entertainment in the playground, Zumba classes on the Grand Steps, Saturday night movies on the Great Lawn, or just sitting on a bench enjoying a sandwich and nature, something new and wonderful is taking place in the heart of Stamford Downtown. And with the carousel pavilion under construction, to be followed by the ice rink and interactive fountain and Discovery Center, life will be getting better and better. None of this would be possible without the Collaborative and your support. The Collaborative is responsible for the cost to operate, maintain, and program the Park. It has raised more than $20 million in private, corporate, and foundation funds to create the amenities that make an urban park successful. In partnership with the City, we are planting the trees, creating the meadows, and designing the greenways that will soothe and enthuse generations to come. Your ongoing support is critical to our success, and that success will be measured not just this year or next, but in the legacy we leave behind. With sincerest thanks,

Arthur Selkowitz Chairman


Off to the Races On June 15th we officially broke ground on the Brownstein-Selkowitz Carousel Pavilion. Construction is underway in the northwest corner of Mill River Park. The pavilion will be open year-round for children to enjoy the Nissen Carousel, and with integrated benches lining the room along with festively colored tables and chairs there’s ample options for parents to grab a bite from the Rich Pantry while they watch their kids go round-and-round. For more leisurely recreation head out to the Osman Patio to admire the Jaffe Heritage Cherry Tree Grove and enjoy storytime with your young children. The pavilion is also a great special events venue for parties of up to 300 people, and we’ll certainly have plenty to celebrate leading up to the Grand Opening in 2016. We look forward to having all of our supporters join us in opening our first Park structure!


Carousel Works designed and hand-carved all of the wooden animals featured in the Nissen Carousel. There are a limited number still available to put your name on! Visit www.millriverpark.org/maketheparkyours


Blossoms and

In 2013 we opened Mill River Park with meadows full of native wildflowers, shrubs, tr then our land care staff, with help from volunteers, have planted approximately 4,72 part of ongoing Park maintenance and enhancement. While the core plantings of th remained the same, there are areas that have been replanted with purpose. There ar Butterfly Waystations specifically planted to attract and sustain the Monarch butterfl at the Mill River Street entrance and on Butterfly Hill in the playground. The two exis also been an area of intense focus for land care staff, caring for and enhancing the g absorb stormwater and help prevent erosion in the Park. The rain gardens, located o side respectively, are intentionally cultivated to withstand extremely wet conditions.

“Every year since the Park opened the colors of the meadows and gardens continue to get m vibrant springtime oranges and pinks in the Grand Steps flower boxes, and then the softer a blooms in the meadows. Even in the winter, the Park has pops of color from some shrubs an dull moment in Mill River Park.� -Anonymous Volunteer


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rees, and grasses. Since 25 plants and shrubs as he meadows have re now two certified fly population, located sting rain gardens have gardens’ abilities to on the west and east .

more brilliant. I love the autumn purple and white nd trees! There’s never a


Mill River Stewards The two main objectives of the program are to increase access to environmental career options and to use Mill River Park as a living classroom. To accomplish these goals, Stewards engaged in several projects, enriching field trips, and career-related workshops during their internship. Through their work planting trees, shrubs, wildflowers and herbaceous plants they learn to identify different types of native plants and are trained in invasive plant identification and removal methods. They also gain experience in organic and other land care methods that are minimally disruptive to the existing ecosystem, including the remediation, restoration and stabilization of Mill River stream banks. The 2015 Mill River Stewards cohort was a diverse group committed to a summer of environmental education and career development training. During their internship, they spent approximately 6 hours a day working in the Park alongside land care staff, visited the High Line and Central Park in NYC, and enhanced the Park’s nursery, to name a few of their summer activities.


2015 Stewards worked in the Park nursery to build a shade pergola. It will be used to cultivate plants that prefer shady environments before they’re transplanted to the Park.


Engaging the Community The cornerstone of the Collaborative’s motto of connecting People and Nature is community engagement. Park programs provide the greater Stamford community positive, safe, and engaging activities to build a connection with nature, the Park, and fellow community members. Most importantly, Park programs are free to the public thanks to donor support and sponsorships. Our programs have drawn thousands to the Park, and for many people these events are their first time in Mill River Park. This year our fitness classes were more varied and performance arts events more thrilling! There were high-flying acrobatics from Nimble Arts and Alloy Orchestra amazed an audience for a special movie night on the Karp Family Great Lawn. Popular Zumba and yoga classes were enhanced by unique fitness programs like Afro Flow Yoga, Bolly Fit, and Mommy & Me Stroller Fitness. Fun Saturday Mornings even got more exciting for kids with new interactive performances, the most popular being a visit from the humorous characters of the Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers. There was something for everyone to get out in the Park and enjoy this year!


“It’s a good way to keep people moving and healthy! Thanks Mill River Park.” - Jessica T. on Zumba class

“Yoga in Mill River Park is the greatest gift to Stamford residents. So lovely to see health promoting activities provided for residents. I am so grateful.” - Ann G.


Dinner in the Park 3rd Annual Dinner in the Park Gala: May 7, 2015 This year we welcomed over 700 Park supporters! Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors and supporters who made the evening such a success. We’d like to extend a special thank you to the Gala Co-Chairs, Gertrude and Cornelius Prior, Harley and Steven Osman, and Jevera Kaye Hennessey, for their dedicated efforts, and to our event underwriters Thomson Reuters and Trafigura. It was a beautiful and temperate spring night that started with an extended cocktail reception among the Park landscape and continued into a tented dinner party. Mill River Park Collaborative was delighted to honor Thomas L. Rich this year for his long-time commitment to Mill River Park and the City of Stamford.

Save the Date - May 5, 2016


Giving Back Volunteers put in 5,960 hours in Mill River Park and Greenway, which is the equivalent of almost 3 full time employees. With their help we were able to keep the lawns green, the trees thriving, the meadows blooming, and the river flowing trash free. Thank you to the 2014-15 corporate groups and individual volunteers that came out by the hundreds to give back to the Park and the Stamford community. We are grateful to have such dedicated returning and new corporate groups volunteer this year, including Crius Energy, Diageo, EY, GE, Harman, Indeed.com, K2 Advisors/Franklin Templeton, KPMG, Moffley Media, Morgan Stanley, Nestle Waters, Nielsen, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Reckson, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Thomson Reuters, Trafigura, UBS Americas, and Viacom.


Our Financials* Fiscal Year 2014

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232,559

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250,000

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388,208

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1,750,000

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2,000,000

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2,250,000

TOTAL REVENUE $2,184,681

Your Dollars at Work Expenditures Fundraising $177,298 Administration $49,395

Program & Capital Expenditures

Total Expenditures $1,274,022 $1,047,329

*Mill River Park Collaborative operates on a fiscal year of July 1 to June 30. The total revenue includes operating and capital campaign donations.


Mill River Park Collaborative Supporters

We want to acknowledge and thank all of our generous Park supporters who gave from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014 Capital Campaign Donations

Thomas and Celeste Lintern

$1,000,000+ Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation

Up to $999 Milton Puryear Linda J. Arden Brookdale Nursery School LLC Steven Danzer Robin, Joel, Jarad, and Spencer Evans Leonard and Judith Haber David and Lorraine Kweskin David A. and Shara P. Israel Melissa Barkin William Callion Jr. Robert Costagliola Rita Castillo and Kamel Ghandour Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Graham, Jr. Lynn Hackstaff Kim Hekking Patricia Kravetz Dorothy Lilien Eva Maldonado Simona and Joseph Muscolino Craig and Suzanne Olin Kurt and Susan Ostheimer Zoe Schwartz Mark Evens and Ellen Harris Pamela and Marek Lewanda Lori Baden Norman and Judith Cole

$999,999 to $100,000 GE The Herbert & Nell Singer Foundation, Inc. Lisa and Donald Brownstein Vince & Linda McMahon Family Foundation, Inc. Marian and David Nissen Stephen and Harley Osman Structured Portfolio Management Deborah and Charles Royce Karp Family Foundation Dean and Laura Godown Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Nestle Waters North America Inc. The Malkin Fund Marilyn Clements Sam Cingari Reckson, A Division of SL Green F. D. Rich Company, Inc. First County Bank Foundation, Inc. The Rich Foundation Ann and Christopher Russell Anonymous Stamford Family Prior Family Foundation Michelle and Michael Diliberto The Velaj Foundation Susan Cullman and John Kirby Susan and Len Mark Bruce and Cheryl Moore Robinson & Cole Patty and George Sarner Marsha Shendell $99,999 to $5,000 Bildner Family Aquarion Water Company The Ashe Family Ben and Cindy Clements Family Jay and Esta Feinsod Indus Capital Partners, LLC Mark and Jennifer Lapine Kayva and Shelly Nichani Paul Senecal Richard Silver $5,999 to $1,000 Stella Garcia and Gerald Bosak Dr. Bert Ballin Ken and Teresa Jacobsen Tom and Tizzie Mantione David and Judith Martin UBS Americas Harry Day Frank and Lori Mercede Tia Silas Robert and Eileen Breakstone Jeffrey and Marty Cokin Julene and Simon Greenshields Carol and Des Hague

Operating Donations $50,000+ Thomson Reuters Purdue Pharma L.P. $49,999 to $10,000 Selkowitz Family Foundation Purdue Pharma L.P. Lisa and Donald Brownstein Julie and Robin Graham XEROX Foundation Lisa and Arnold Karp Forstone Capital LLC General Re Corporation Nestle Waters North America Inc. Reckson, A Division of SL Green Harry Day Prior Family Foundation Senator Richard and Cynthia Blumenthal John DiMenna Joan and Michael Gray Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Foundation, Inc. Structured Portfolio Management The Edith & Herbert Lehman Foundation The Malkin Fund UBS Americas Anonymous Stamford Family $9,999 to $1,000 Thomas Rich Tom and Tizzie Mantione

Sally and Everett Schenk Dean and Laura Godown Aircastle Advisor Boehm Family Foundation George Bradt Cacace Tusch Santagata Carmody, Torrance, Sandak & Hennessey Sam Cingari Crane Foundation, Inc. Michelle and Michael Diliberto Eastern Land Management First County Bank Jonathon Garrity Harbor Point Holding Company LLC Lapine Company Silver Golub & Teitell, LLP Shelly and Tony Malkin Frank and Lori Mercede Phillip and Jane Molstre Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Wealth Management Edna and Herbert S. Newman Noble Americas Corporation Patricia and Robert Phillips Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Rich Foundation Deborah and Charles Royce Marjorie and Lewis Schwartz Marsha Shendell Stamford Downtown Special Services District Stamford Hospital Trump Parc WWE, Inc. Diana and Steven Lenkowsky FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. Linda and Vince McMahon Stephen Salzman Patty and George Sarner Andrew and Andrea Shantz Andrew Shantz Richard Silver Edward and Ronnie Fein River Architects Jaime and Haim Handwerker Kate and Bart Osman Scott Osman Paulina Ribadeneyra Legg Mason Charitable Foundation Atlantic Associates Kerrin and Stephne Behrend Martin Budd Valerie Cooper Sara and Robert Danziger Lauren and John Driscoll Empire State Realty Trust Gray Organschi Architecture Kim Hekking Stephen and Harley Osman Kenneth Seel Trinity Financial, Inc. Paula and David Weinstein Japan Society of Greater Fairfield County, Inc Norman and Nina Lotstein


AltieriSeborWieber LLC Dale and Max Berger Lincoln and Suzy Boehm Stella Garcia and Gerald Bosak Cavalier Galleries Arthur Collins Delta Fountains Frederic and Harriet Dulaney Jay and Esta Feinsod GE Foundation Marshall and Joanne Goldberg Sandra and Robert Goldstein Greenwich Hospitality Group LLC George and Phyllis Heller Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe John Leydon Nagi and Elizabeth Osta Alan and Lynn Pearce Professional Construction Services RBS Securities Stephen and Gail Trell Jacob Wasserman Michael and Ronnie Wiederlight Up to $999 Jessica and David Kooris Jeffrey and Marty Cokin George Bradt Ira and Gari Dansky Steve Elbaum Irwin and Arlene Ettinger Joan and Robert Fields Leonard and Judith Haber Eileen and David Heckerling Anthony Hume Claudia and Chuck Jepsen Sam and Naomi Lieberman Thomas and Celeste Lintern Morton and Eleanor Lowenthal Joel and Ellen Mellis Melissa H. Mulrooney Tom Robinson Donald Rozier Henry and Linda Rubinstein Daisy Salort Paul Senecal Carl and Mary Ann Shanahan Richard and Judith Siegal David Tunick Eat for Equity Stamford Merle Bogin Jack and Allison Condlin James Easen Honorable Livvy R. Floren David Genovese Julene and Simon Greenshields Alexandra Krauss Mark and Jennifer Lapine Howard and Barbara Malloy Stephen Maloney Carol McNerney Ricardo Mornaghi, M.D. Edward and Marianne Pollak PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Carlos Ramos Kari and Tim Roberts Andrea and Peter Scheyhing Jed Selkowitz Charles Smart Robin and Silvia Stein Chris and Sarah Thomas Andrea and Marcella Valerio

Suzanne Van Nostrand Viridian Energy Peter Von Gal Robyn and Thomas Wasserman Dudley Williams and Juanita James Margot Zales George and Laurie Host John and Stacy Louizos Luke and Katherine Daigle Goitom Bellete Mark and Linda Camel Russell Davis Susan and Ernest DiMattia Mary Fedeli Andrew Glickson Melinda and Marc Holtz Gail Kirhoffer Carolyn and Hernando Madero Steve and Sandy Soule The Ferguson Library Polly and Robert Morrow Harold and Judy Feinleib Ellen Schwartz Avram and Rhoda Freedberg Fund Susan and Richard Blomberg Jerome Jay Cohen Leonard and Mary Lou D'Andrea Edward and Donna Fuhrman Christopher Lafond Milton Mann Michael and Carole Roth Mark and Nancy Vassalotti Jonathon and Jennifer Zonis KPMG LLP Jane and Stephen Alpert Susan Benthall Marci and William Featherstone Keith and Donna Fitzgerald Elizabeth and Bruce Huffine Liz Hynes Melanie Kieval Robert J. Levine Susan and Len Mark Peter McAllister Marilyn Ramos Rhea Stein Scott and Tanya Therrien Katinka de Ruiter Madeline and Tom Conway Arthur and Betsey Selkowitz Natalie Godown

Christine Cognetti Gigi and Rick Aron Myrna Baye Joanne and Ellsworth Benson Louise and John Berry Wendy and Joel Brest Diane and Clyde Brownstone Barbara and Dennis Campbell Carol and Joel Davis Gloria DePina Michelle and Peter Ebstein Jason Etheridge Arline and Norman Feinberg Rosalea and Dick Fisher David Godfrey David Gortz Mark and Jane Grein Michele and Bruce Haber Carole and Joseph Hankin David and Wendi Hoak Jane Lazgin M. Catherine Lynch Steve and Meena Lynch Alexander and Ricki Miller Marjorie Monte Christopher Lee Moore Judith Onthank Steven and Kimberly Pressler Nolan and Barbara Schwartz The Shippan Point Garden Club Cathy and Robert Shyer Carol and Gil Silva Jane Silverman Johnna Torsonne and John McKeon Ron Wainshal Vicki and Ronald Weiner Yanne Deng Kathryn Emmett and David Golub Robert Green Carol Levine Diane Sheridan Christopher Sutter Elliot and Emily Turner Andrea Vakos Barbara and Robert Wechsler Joanne Zammit Henry and JoAnn Brenner Lynne Colatrella William and Gerry Domini Daniel and Patsy McCarthy Lila Miller


Kathleen Ryan-Mufson and Paul Mufson Alexandre and Luciana Lira John and Cynthia Morabito

Membership Architect Members ($1,000+) Lauren and John Driscoll Jevera and William Hennessey Alexander and Ricki Miller Patricia and Robert Phillips Elise Swanton Paul Young Designer Members ($500+) Saul and Mimi Cohen Kathryn Emmett and David Golub David and Lorraine Kweskin Bill and Jill Lovers Gerard Vilcot Steward Members ($250+) Edward and Donna Fuhrman Dean and Laura Godown Patron Members ($100+) Lowell Ackiron Elaine and Merlin Alper Jane and Stephen Alpert John Arendt and Julianne Jenkins Ronald Aronson Guy Bailey and Kathy King Michael Benjamin and Ilysa Ross-Benjamin T.T. and Anita Bhat Cate and Mark Branca Henry and Amy Bubel Michael and Maureen Cacace Karen and John Cammarota Gail and Peter Carriero Mary Cattan Joe Cingari Robert Cohen and Marsha Colten Susan and Ernest DiMattia Gael Doar and Larry Walsh Diane Dobish Steven Drew James Duffy Frederic and Harriet Dulaney Joseph and Bette Epstein Diane and R. Lindwood Faxon Robert and Carol Fischer Susan Fisher Amershi Gada Robert Gerry Frances and Gerry Ginsburg John and Patricia Glassford Ronald Gold Barbara and Edward Guttman Richard Harper Eileen and David Heckerling Jennifer and Christopher Hillenmeyer Diana and Peter Hughes Audrey Iscaro Barbara Jacobs Karen and Shawn Kalkstein Edith Khayatt Carolyn Koffler George Krajca and Elaine Wright

Hai Kwik Rebecca and Nick Lai Phyllis and Seymour Lapin Maggie and Bernie Levy Matthew Lipson and Elizabeth Stone Morton and Eleanor Lowenthal Steve and Meena Lynch William Malloy Alon Marom Kay J. Maxwell Dot and Glenn Mazepa Jean and Robert Meyer Gene and Marjorie Monte Joan Montello Carolyn Nadal-Farin and Phil Farin Michelle Naggar Kim and Wayne Pensky James and Florine Popper Richard Recker and Claudia Poccia Redniss & Mead, Inc. Mary Lou Rinaldi Daniel and Betty Roberts Henry and Linda Rubinstein Morton and Teri Salomon Al and Betty Sanseverino Andrea and Peter Scheyhing Jennifer and Matthew Schiffman Dean and Ilyse Schuckman Nolan and Barbara Schwartz Brian and Monica Sciacca Jill Sendor-Laychak and Douglas Laychak Jay and Miriam Shaw Jami Sherwood Howard and Carol Shiffman Shirley and Bill Sklar Bruce M. and Brenda G. Smith Judy Stewart Robin and Kelvin Story Erna Szekeres Richard and Donna Taber Robert Waldman Dianne Walker Alvin Washington Allen Waxman Carl and Dana Weinberg Kenneth White Advocate Members ($75+) Patrick Carino Barbara Conetta Supporter Members ($50+) Elvira Albert John Barnes Katherine Bell-Wills Mark Bishop Terry Blank and Paula Kurasch Gregory Bomash Thomas Chiappetta Laurie Cingari James and Violet Coats Jeff Cohen and Malerie Yolen-Cohen Joanne Conetta Gary and Sue Conte Candace Cushing Harry and Jane Cuthbertson Claude Dixon Bart Donahoe and Cathleen Donnelly Paul and Laura Edelberg

Antoine Geffrard Gary Gepner and Susan Baldwin Donald Giaquinto Paul and Janice Ginotti David and Denise Greenman Eleanor and Ed Hecklau Rayna and Jack Herckis David and Wendi Hoak Elizabeth and Bruce Huffine Paul Karan Sheila and Jeffrey Katz Blossom Katz Randie Katz William and Barbara King Alice Knapp Mary Krayeske Tom and Peggy Krempecki Steven Lavietes Ari and Heidi Maunula Carol Mawhinney Garry Morton Bruce and Martha Patterson Pauline Rauh Janet and John Roemer Paul and Lizabeth Sachs Edith Samers and Edward Smith Christina Schoen Eugene and Frieda Shapiro Diane Sheridan Marjorie Shyavitz Jerry Silber Keith and Claudia Silver Henry and Meryl Silverstein Bruce and Alice Smith Elisabeth Steinberg Helen Sudol Marc and Caroline Teichman Turhan Tirana and Denise Marcil John and Paula Todd Demetrios Tsapralis Shawn Upton James Weil Susan and Robert Yaro Friend Members ($25+) Marshall Ackerman Tami Amiri Philip and Elizabeth Bauer Walter and Marilyn Block Ellen Bowen Kathi Cavanna Christa Chu Margaret and Charles Costello Jeanne Courter William and Gerry Domini Joanna and James Dunne Amy Ewing Shirley Firestein Jay and Carol Force Michael D. Freddino John Gage Andrea and Elbert Gale Herbert and Sylvia Gladstone Gail Grosso Hofmann Norma Hart Eileen Heaphy Martin and Kathleen Heslin Peter Hohmeister Stephen Jablonsky William and Priscilla Johnson John Karabec Geraldine and Mark Katz


Sylvia Kaye Alena Kerins Dr. Harold and Jeanne Klein Alan and Camille Kramer Gary and Sharon Larsen Douglas Last Martin and Andrea Levine Sondra and Louis Levine Carol Levine Hersh Libo Judith Liebeskind Vladimir and Polina Lifshin Ilene and James Locker Peter and Marjorie Lyons Daniel Mac Dougall Charles and Theresa Magistro Pamela and Avery Manchester Roselyn Mangot Paul and Grace Markovits Elizabeth Marta Eva Mayer Claudia Milne and Tom Naughton Rose-Anne Moore and Kenneth B. Horowitz Millary Morton Naresh Motiani Daniel Muller Paul Norton Richard Olson James Percesepe Jane and Robert Quinn Patrick and Dorothy Rafter Anne Rosivach Abby and Howard Ross Don and Rosemary Rullman Michele and James Sabia Michael and Sharon Sabia Allan and Sally Sacks Charles and Soudabeh Salek Edward and Lois Scofield Elise A. and Jerry R. Sehulster Lester Sharlach Eugene Shen Alex Szymanowski Abraham Thomas Gail and James Todd Paul Vidulich Catherine Wilcox H. Mimi Wind Annbeth and Howard Winters Syma Wolf Peter Wolly and Dana Horowitz Jean Wood Kenneth and Coralee Zarrilli

In Honor Of Ken Jacobsen Arthur and Betsey Selkowitz Marsha Shendell Sydney, Carly, and Joshua Wiederlight

In Memory Of Helen Huber Mother Of Laura Godown Rosemarie Grosso Anna Sackman Fred Weisberg

In-Kind Donations DeMet’s Candy Company Laura and Dean Godown Nestle Waters Purdue Pharma, L.P. Reckson, a Division of SL Green Trader Joe’s Company Michael Widland/Shipman & Goodwin

Legacy Grove Donors that have given or pledged over $1,000,000 in the Collaborative’s history.

Lisa and Donald Brownstein City of Stamford GE Selkowitz Family Foundation State of Connecticut Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation Andrew and Michael Whittingham

The above list includes donors who gave from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. If any names have been misspelled or omitted we apologize and ask that you contact us with corrections.

Thank you to all of our 2015 donors. Your contributions make Park development and programming possible. Your donations will be reflected in next year’s annual report.

To make a donation to Mill River Park Collaborative visit www.millriverpark.org or click here.


Mill River Park Collaborative Board

Mill River Park Collaborative Staff

(as of October 1, 2015) Arthur Selkowitz, Chairman Arnold M. Karp, Treasurer Mary Shanahan, Secretary Don Brownstein Norman Cole Harry Day Gloria DePina Sandy Goldstein Robin Graham Brandon Hall Tommie Jackson Ken Jacobsen David Kooris Diana Lenkowsky Jackie Lightfield Thomas Madden Frank Mercede Shelly Nichani Ernie Orgera Stephen Osman Bob Phillips Jim Shapiro Robin Stein Michael Widland Fabrizio Zichichi

Milton Puryear Executive Director Nia Rhodes Jackson Programs and Outreach Director Alicia Wettenstein Development Director Vincent Piselli Land Care Manager Marilyn Melfi Office Manager Chris Elliott Supervisor of Horticulture Emily Rosenthal Development and Membership Coordinator Trent McCann Programs and Outreach Coordinator Lester Dixon Land Care Associate Kevin Cuevas Land Care Associate Jamela Sullivan Land Care Associate

Š 2015 All Rights Reserved. Photography and renderings supplied by the following individuals and companies: Carousel Works; Dolores Concepcion; Gray Organschi Architecture; KJ Klopstock; Olivier Kpognon; Kristen Mancini; Trent McCann; OLIN; OLIN/Sahar Coton-Hardy; Rose Opont; River Architects; Emily Rosenthal; Bernie Weiss. Design by Mill River Park Collaborative/Emily Rosenthal.


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