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Madison Public Library and Madison Public Library Foundation

ANNUAL REPORT 2012

A New Chapter


Those who attended Bookless in the emptied Central Library enjoyed a full day of art activities, food, drinks and more.

Youth work on decorating a Little Free Library at a Madison Public Library workshop.

Those who attended the Learning for a Lifetime luncheon that kicked off the community fundraising phase were treated to a hard-hat tour of the new Central Library.

Madison Public Library Mission

Madison Public Library Foundation Mission

Madison Public Library provides free and equitable access to cultural and educational experiences. We celebrate ideas, promote creativity, connect people and enrich lives.

The Madison Public Library Foundation promotes and supports Madison’s public library facilities, services and programs.

Madison Public Library Vision

The Madison Public Library Foundation provides leadership and resources to help develop and sustain a world-class library system.

Madison Public Library: your place to learn, share and create.

Madison Public Library Foundation Vision

2012-13 Library Board

Madison Public Library Foundation Board

Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, President David Wallner, Vice President Lawrence (Larry) Palm, Secretary/Treasurer & City Council Member Nancy Kieraldo, Madison Metropolitan School District Representative Sheri Carter Gregory Markle Barbara Karlen Tracy K. Kuczenski Rissel Sanderson

Al Friedman, President Jessica Mac Naughton, Vice President Richard Chandler, Immediate Past President Tom DeChant, Secretary Ted Crabb, Treasurer Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, Campaign Chair Rich Arnesen Sheila Boothby Stevens Nancy Carpenter

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Design: Tsela Barr Copy Editors: Courtney Davis, Amy Mertz, Tana Elias

Michelle Kamin Judith Plaenert Olson Nancy Pandhi Jon Reneau James Ruhly Andrew Seaborg Robert Stroud Matt Weygandt Pam Woodman Janice Zmrazek


Dear Friends: The year 2012 was one of change for Madison Public Library. Barbara Dimick, library director since 1995, retired early in the year. Barb was instrumental in leading the library through many positive changes during her tenure, from expanded service hours at most libraries to the completion of seven Madison library building projects (including the addition of a new branch library, Alicia Ashman, in 2000). In September, Madison gained a new library director: Greg Mickells, formerly the assistant director at Lincoln City Libraries in Lincoln, Nebraska. Greg spent his first few months meeting staff and library users in the community through a series of “meet and greet” receptions, and familiarizing himself with Madison while simultaneously shepherding Central Library construction and the 2013 budget cycle. The library’s image transformed as well through a joint rebranding effort of the library and the Madison Public Library Foundation. As Greg was meeting Madisonians, the library was sharing its new logo and brand, followed by the release of a new vision and mission emphasizing learning, sharing and creating knowledge, and strategic goals highlighting the importance of community partnerships and collaboration. Central Library was emptied, gutted and is on its way to becoming a world-class flagship library for all to enjoy. The foundation also launched mynewlibrary.org in September to help the community learn about the new facility and the Learning for a Lifetime fundraising campaign. The library held 3,786 events in 2012, from all-new Family Fun Nights at Goodman South Madison to cyanotype printing workshops in conjunction with UW-Madison’s Go Big Read program to numerous events for teens. It’s often said “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” In a sense, this is true for our libraries as well. While the buildings, services, collections and programs are continuing to change to meet community expectations, the library’s purpose – connecting people with information and learning opportunities – remains a constant.

Theodore (Tripp) Widder III President Madison Public Library Board

Greg Mickells Director Madison Public Library

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Dear Friends: Working toward the successful completion of the Madison Public Library Foundation’s goal to raise $9 million for Central Library by December 31, 2013, has been our first priority this year. In the past 16 months, we have raised $7.8 million. With approximately $1.2 million yet to raise, and the new library opening in September, most foundations might have this as their only priority. The foundation has eight strategic priorities, and fundraising for Central is just one of them. Our second strategic priority is to maintain the mission-critical business of the foundation while engaged in the capital campaign. Much of the foundation’s day-to-day activity centers on special events, grants to libraries, and helping librarians or Friends groups connect with patrons. Library staff, Friends groups and patrons depend on the foundation to be a catalyst, introducing new programs and meeting community needs. This is most apparent with our grants to libraries, which allow us to fund initiatives that transform library services in new and different ways. This past year, the foundation awarded grants to fund expansion of and improvements to the library’s e-book and audiobook collection, a a rebranding campaign for Madison Public Library, new teen reading materials, Mac laptop training so library staff can assist patrons with online services, the “Read to Your Baby” program and digitization of the Lost Madison historical photographs exhibit. The Donor Development and Special Events committees also work to change their program offerings each year, listening to donors and reaching out to new friends. Our annual events, Ex Libris and Lunch for Libraries, were more successful than ever. Proceeds from these events provide direct support to library programs. Our last – but not least – strategic priority gives us latitude to engage in initiatives, allied with library interests but not necessarily our regular activities. This year, we were happy to assist in the negotiations of bringing the Wisconsin Book Festival under the umbrella of Madison Public Library. The foundation board authorized the raising of $100,000, filling a necessary financial gap. Being nimble is important for all organizations. There is an abundance of real need and creative ideas for Madison Public Library. It is a dynamic institution, responding to change in real ways. We are happy to help and be part of how our libraries grow and thrive in Madison’s neighborhoods. Al Friedman President & Board Director Madison Public Library Foundation

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Jennifer J. Collins Executive Director Madison Public LibraryFoundation


FOUNDATION ISSUES $45,000 IN GRANTS FOR 2012 Generous donations to the foundation’s Annual Fund made it possible for the foundation to award $45,000 to Madison Public Library in 2012. The foundation accepts donations to this very important fund year-round and awards grants as requested by the library director, with input from all nine branches. Ten percent of the Annual Fund is reserved for the Endowment Fund, which ensures the success of Madison Public Library for years to come. Grants were issued for the following projects.

Mac Laptop Training As Apple computers grow in popularity, librarians must maintain a working knowledge of the Mac operating system. Staff are increasingly being asked to help patrons with Mac laptops understand how to use library resources like Overdrive for e-book downloads. To better serve these patrons, the foundation approved a $5,000 grant that covered the purchase of four new MacBook Air laptops. They will be used to train librarians at all branches in Mac basics.

Digitization of Lost Madison Exhibit A continuation of a project started more than a decade ago, the foundation awarded $3,000 to digitize historic photographs of buildings that no longer exist from the Lost Madison exhibit. Converting the images into a high-quality digital format will create an online archive. This will allow the exhibit to be recreated and aid in the development of a mobile walking tour using GPS technology.

Read to Your Baby Aimed at families in need, the “Read to your Baby” program stresses the importance of reading as part of parenting curriculum for all children, especially the very young. The Youth Services department partners with area agencies to distribute toddler books and library card applications to new moms. A $2,000 foundation grant helped the library purchase 500 of these books to reach young families through appropriate agencies and related programs.

E-book, Audiobook Collection Enhancement A grant of $22,000 is allowing the library to meet the clamor for e-books while continuing to meet the demand for print titles with the library’s regular collection budget. (See page 4 for details.)

Rebranding Support The foundation granted $8,000 to bring the library’s new visual identity to life in the nine branches and in the community. A public awareness campaign included a public event where the logo and brand were launched. (See page 8 for story.)

More Teen Reading Materials The number of young adults reading literature is growing fast, in part due to smash hits like The Hunger Games and Twilight. An unfortunate side effect of the popularity of these titles is their reduced availability to actual teens who, more than any other age group, rely on the library for their reading materials. They are also some of the least likely to wait. The $5,000 in approved funding from the foundation will add more than 500 teen-specific items, reducing hold time and expanding the variety of materials available to this eager demographic.

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E-BOOKS EFFORTS EXPAND While print checkouts are still booming at Madison Public Library branches, the rise of e-book downloads and the customer demand for them is burgeoning. Digital checkouts have doubled year after year since the library joined the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium’s statewide OverDrive e-book delivery service, and they are expected to keep growing at the same brisk pace. The foundation has answered the call for an expanded e-book selection by granting the library $22,000 to build up and improve its digital collection. The funds have allowed the library to offer a wider variety of titles for patrons of all ages and interests. Library staff have guided hundreds of patrons through eReader training and e-book downloading thanks to a second foundation grant of $5,000 that covered the cost of MacBook Air laptops for staff to use. Help is given in individualized training sessions, over the phone and by email. Additionally, a grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation to buy various eReaders has made training possible for library visitors wishing to try out different platforms for e-books.

Two Proctor Scholarships Given to UW-Madison Students A donation from Margie Navarre-Saaf in memory of her mother, Helen Navarre, allowed the foundation to award two Elizabeth Moon Proctor Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each for the first time in history. Both winners, Carra Davies and Laura Wichert, were honored at a reception on September 15, where family and friends celebrated the life of “Betsy” Proctor. Family and friends established the scholarship fund in 2007 to carry on Proctor’s advocating of the library and information studies field to young people. Proctor was a librarian at Madison Public Library from 1967 to 1996, and died in 2000. Navarre-Saaf, borrower services manager at the Lakeview Branch, first met Proctor as a young volunteer there. She calls Proctor one of her most influential mentors.

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The scholarships are awarded to Madison Public Library employees who are pursuing master’s degrees in library studies and exhibit a passion for community engagement and outreach. Davies and Wichert are attending UWMadison. Mary Clark, Proctor’s sister, said the two recipients share Proctor’s welcoming attitude, understand the importance of customer service and are determined to fight poverty using library resources as tools.


PIONEERING PARTNERSHIPS Although the library has been partnering with organizations and businesses in the Madison area for many years, its new mission, vision and strategic goals put a stronger emphasis on creating and sustaining these connections. It is becoming increasingly important for the library to work with educators, city government, local nonprofits and other groups to extend its reach, share resources and point learners toward the variety of services and experts in the community.

Composting Guidance The City of Madison Streets Division presented a series of free Home Composting Classes at seven library branches in the spring. Taught by Madison Recycling Coordinator George Dreckmann, the classes taught residents about what kinds of materials can be composted, where to place their compost bin and how to tend to your compost. Plans for building a compost bin were provided.

The following are just several of the partnerships that the Madison Public Library forged in 2012:

Idea Exchange The library helped the City of Madison gain input on the city budget for 2012 by promoting IdeaScale, an online community where residents can submit ideas, comment on others’ suggestions, and vote for their favorite ways to save and spend city funds. The library also publicized neighborhood forums for residents to bring forth and exchange budget ideas.

Earth Month Activities Pinney Library worked with the Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company to promote Earth Month activities throughout April. These included a book drive, a communitywide Easter egg hunt following by story time and kids’ activities, and an Earth Day event in which those who visited the Pinney were encouraged to bike there. Those who participated in Earth Month activities were rewarded with items such as Great Dane coupons and Madison Public Library tote bags. Additionally, the Great Dane sponsored Sunday hours at Pinney from March to May.

South Madison Family Fun Nights a Hit For the second year in a row, Madison families are being treated to Family Fun Nights at the Goodman South Madison branch. Held on Friday evenings in the fall and continuing into 2013, the events include performers, animals, crafts, movies and snacks. The foundation thanks St. Mary’s and The Capital Times Kids Fund for their financial support of the Family Fun Nights series.

Each gathering is an opportunity for people living in on or near the south side to take in cultural experiences, meet new people, build community connections and discover the many services Madison’s libraries have to offer. Family Fun Nights draw parents, grandparents and many children, most in the ages 2-10 range. All who attend are encouraged to come early to browse the collection and check out items, and to sign up for library cards if they do not already have them. They also are made aware of computer classes, English language classes, job/education assistance and theFoodShare program. Many of the participants speak Spanish as their first language, so Spanish-speaking staff are present at the events. Nearly 400 people attended Family Fun Nights from September through the end of 2012, and as word spreads about the events, the audience is expected to grow.

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NOVEL IDEAS: GOING BEYOND BOOKS In 2012, Madison Public Library’s board of directors approved a new vision statement: your place to learn, share and create. New, nontraditional programs in the arts and sciences are providing an outlet for that vision, from cyanotype printing to computer-aided animation. In conjunction with UW-Madison’s Go Big Read selection, Radioactive, the library offered adults three hands-on sessions to sample the artistic process used by author Lauren Redniss. Participants learned about the process of cyanotype printing and created their own cyanotype prints in the two-hour programs that were run by internationally exhibiting artist Aliza Rand, director and art teacher at Violet Art Studios. The programs were held at the Hawthorne branch, the Sequoya branch and Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Go Big Read engages students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members in a shared, academically focused reading experience. The library collaborates with UWMadison to provide greater community access to Go Big Read books and discussions. Another program focuses on providing after-school activities for teenagers. Scheduled to run from January 2013 until the end of the school year, the Animation Creation Station is a series of weekly after-school animation workshops for

teenagers at the Goodman South Madison Library. Thanks to a generous grant from the Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Foundation, Teen Services Librarian Jesse Vieau and Supervising Librarian Michael Spelman are busy building up the library’s graphic novel and animation collection, hiring a professional animation instructor and purchasing iPads for animation workstations. The workshops will allow teens to dabble with animation tools and computer software while learning how to script, capture and edit animated narrative sequences. In addition to the weekly workshops, the animator will make his expertise and the animation equipment available for weekly dropin sessions and at library outreach visits to various south Madison neighorhood locations. The Animation Creation Station is expected to reach more than 1,000 youth in 2013. If it proves popular, the library will seek to expand the program to feature advanced animation workshops, video game creation workshops and programs for other age groups. The cyanotype and animation programs are examples of the types of programs the community will find in The Bubbler, the library’s new maker-focused programming model for all ages that will debut in 2013.

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NEW LIBRARY DIRECTOR: GREGORY MICKELLS

Gregory Mickells says he wasn’t officially conducting a job search when he came across the listing for Madison Public Library director; he was happy in his assistant director position at Lincoln City Libraries in Lincoln, Nebraska. But the idea of working in Madison piqued his interest because of its similarities to Lincoln: Both are state capitals, house major universities and have resident bases that are passionate about their respective public library system. He also describes himself as someone who embraces and encourages change and adaptation, both in life and in the workplace. It was these qualities that made Mickells – pronounced “Michaels” – the ideal choice to lead Madison Public Library in the midst of a rebranding campaign and the new Central Library’s highly anticipated 2013 debut. Mickells began his new position on September 4 and is the 16th library director in MPL’s 137-year tenure. Mickells feels it is important to not only bring people into Madison’s libraries, but libraries into the community through innovative programs and relationship-building with various organizations and groups. He says he enjoys strategic planning and the management of building projects. Mickells replaces Barbara Dimick, who retired in February after serving the library for 35 years – the last 15 as director. Dimick oversaw the opening and expansion of several branches during her tenure, and she will be missed by both the library and foundation staff.

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A BRAND-NEW BRAND: FOCUS ON VARIETY OF SERVICES

As libraries redefine themselves to meet the changing needs of the communities they serve, their core purpose and the message they send to the public can sometimes get lost. In August, Madison Public Library kicked off a rebranding campaign that cut to the heart of what it stands for: encouraging all to discover the breadth of services and materials it offers. With a new library director coming aboard in September plus a new Central Library under construction, the timing was right to demonstrate the many ways Madison’s libraries can enrich the lives of community members. The foundation put forth the funds to make the rebranding campaign a hit. At the center of the campaign was a lively new logo, unveiled in front of nearly 700 loyal library customers at a summer reading celebration. The brightly colored logo symbolizes a stack of diverse and engaging materials, but it also resembles a path that invites library users to seek adventure and knowledge. Various versions of the logo were created for Friends groups at the branches, as well as for the foundation, all unified in appearance. The rebranding campaign also included a media relations push, enhanced communication through social media channels, and nine weeklong branch celebrations where patrons could meet new Library Director Gregory Mickells while finding hidden surprises like gift certificates and small prizes in the stacks. The celebration weeks highlighted the role Madison’s libraries play in promoting literacy, civic engagement and vibrant neighborhoods. The foundation would like to thank Cricket Design Works for developing the new logo and brand; Amy Mertz and Katie Kennedy Shepherd for their media and planning expertise; the branches’ Friends groups, which underwrote and hosted the receptions; branch managers and staff for promoting the celebration weeks; and the many local businesses that donated “seek and find” prizes.

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CENTRAL GOES BOOKLESS In November 2011, Central Library closed its doors to prepare for the facility’s $30 million overhaul. Moving countless reading materials, computers and other items is no small task – especially when downsizing from a 90,000-square-foot facility to a 10,000-square-foot temporary location on South Hamilton Street – and took nearly three months. But those connected to Madison’s flagship public library were rewarded for the short-term chaos in a big way with Bookless, a giant community-wide party held January 28 in the barren library to focus energy on what the space will hold when it reopens in September 2013.

The art was so impressive at Bookless that the Madison Arts Commission awarded a $6,000 grant for two Bookless artists, Niki Johnson and Heath Matysek-Snyder, to create permanent pieces for the new Central Library. Additional funds must be raised to cover the total cost, but the grant gets the artists started on the works that will be unveiled at the library’s grand opening in early September. Those who missed Bookless can still experience it by going on the library’s website, its Flickr page or searching through social media channels for photos, videos and posts from late January 2012 with the hashtag #Bookless.

The brainchild of Madison Public Library’s Trent Miller and Courtney Davis of the Library Foundation, Bookless was conceived when the two began imagining the potential of holding an event in the emptied building to celebrate the Central Library construction kickoff. Planning began quickly, and many businesses and artists signed on to support the event. The event, which raised more than $29,000 toward Learning for a Lifetime: The Community Campaign for a New Central Library, included work by 100 artists, art activities, live music, a DJ, dancing, food, drinks and the ability to be as loud as desired in a place that traditionally hears only whispers. Art covered the walls, ceilings and floors, and much of it was repurposed from old library materials. Families were invited to the event during the day, and as the evening approached, the doors opened to adults who danced and celebrated in the empty stacks until the next day’s early morning hours. Many library and foundation staffers heard excitement at Bookless about what the new library would be like, from mentions of more technology to new collaboration and reading space.

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CENTRAL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS

Representatives from the library, the foundation, the City of Madison and project contractor J.H. Findorff kicked off Central Library construction on March 27. The construction team removed the building’s cornerstone to unearth a time capsule from 1965, the year the library was built. A complete photo album capturing various stages of library construction can be viewed on Madison Public Library’s Flickr page. With less than a year until the grand reopening of the new Central Library, the Madison Public Library Foundation launched the community phase of the Learning for a Lifetime capital campaign with a celebratory luncheon on September 20. The festivities included exciting project updates, hard hat tours, and the unveiling of a new campaign website, mynewlibrary.org. The website is devoted exclusively to the new downtown library and guides the community through the whole project, from why it’s being built to photo galleries, a video, fundraising progress, Central Library in the news and an easy-to-use donation feature. Thanks to many individuals, businesses and foundations that stepped up early in the campaign, the foundation was 75 percent of the way to its $9 million fundraising goal as of the kickoff.

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FRESH FUNDRAISERS: L U N C H F O R L I B R A R I E S, E X L I B R I S The foundation’s youngest fundraiser was a major success thanks to a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Wisconsin native headlining the event amid a Blackhawk Country Club backdrop. The inaugural Lunch for Libraries in July drew more than 200 foundation supporters to hear David Maraniss, an associate editor at The Washington Post, share stories about his research process for the acclaimed biography Barack Obama: The Story. At the fundraiser, subtitled Dish with David, Maraniss also signed copies of his book that had been released just a few weeks prior. More than $20,000 was raised for the foundation’s Annual Fund, which supports grants for collections and programs in the nine branches. Those who enjoy craft beers and local chocolatiers’ creations got a second round in October at Ex Libris Volume II: A Review of Beer & Chocolate. More than 250 guests sampled the pairings made by six brewers, three chocolatiers and a cupcake entrepreneur. A large silent auction packed with many distinctive and priceless items, along with generous corporate sponsorships and ticket sales, raised $27,838 for collections and programming at the nine library branches.

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BOOK CLUB CHALLENGE

In addition to attending fundraisers or simply making a one-time donation to the Learning for a Lifetime campaign, some have chosen to take on the Book Club Challenge. This foundation fundraising program asks local private book clubs to donate $250 or more to the campaign. In exchange, the participating club’s name will be added to a “book” on a custom-made natural wood bench created by award-winning artist Hongtao Zhou in collaboration with Drift Studio in Mount Horeb. The bench will be a permanent addition to the new Central Library. A total of 113 book clubs took part and raised $35,582 for the new Central Library as part of the Book Club Challenge, easily exceeding the goals of raising $25,000 and seeking 100 clubs to participate. The names of the book clubs that helped the foundation’s cause were quite creative and diverse, from the “Hoity Toity Book Club” to “SLOBS with Library Cards.”

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FINANCIALS: Madison Public Library Foundation REVENUE AND SUPPORT 2012

2011

$2,352,877

$3,138,349

Other Contributions

$613,600

$314,094

Investment Gain (Loss)

$242,104

($104,397)

$3,208,581

$3,348,046

Contributions for Central Library Capital Campaign

TOTAL REVENUE AND SUPPORT

EXPENSES 2012

2011

Program Services Payments to City of Madison for Central Library

$0

$4,140,000

Other Program Services

$242,790

$135,375

Management and General

$72,731

$58,937

$229,371

$294,663

$302,102

$4,628,975

Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

2012 ENDOWMENT FUND BALANCES 2012 Madison Public Library Foundation Hawthorne Lakeview

$1,767,712 $13,513 $64,059

Monroe Street

$13,843

Pinney

$11,492

Sequoya

$1,888,530

Goodman South Madison

$112,028

Large Print Books Purchase Fund

$92,686

Judy P. Olson Book Discussion Kit Fund

$7,649

Mohaupt Fund for the Sequoya Library

$83,455

Elizabeth Moon Proctor Scholarship

$39,807

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FINANCIALS: Madison Public Library REVENUES City of Madison Library Appropriation

2012 IN NUMBERS Last year, patrons from Madison, Dane County and beyond made 2.02 million visits to Madison Public Library, checked out nearly 4.1 million items and used the Internet at the nine branches 682,034 times. More than 98,500 of those visits were kids, teens and adults participating in the library’s 3,786 events.

2011

$12,136,283

$12,383,292

Dane County Library Service Reimbursement

$279

$206,345

South Central Library System Contractual Services

$384,066

$380,464

LINK Contractual Services

$439,006

$491,822

Fines and Fees

$448,671

$549,221

Grants

$194,422

$163,522

Other

$92,987

$88,687

Endowment

$26,216

$28,212

Reserves Applied

$32,228

$348,198

TOTAL

$13,754,158

$14,639,763

EXPENDITURES

2012

2011

Salaries and Benefits

$9,043,353

$9,731,516

Library Books, Media and Databases

$1,037,808

$962,874

Facilities

$1,055,795

$1,002,975

LINKcat online computer operations

$628,546

$631,797

Debt Retirement

$1,451,038

$1,437,828

Supplies, Capital Assets

$248,417

$335,094

Purchased Services, Miscellaneous

$289,200

$371,197

0

$166,481

$13,754,158

$14,639,763

Fund Balance Generated TOTAL

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2012


ANNUAL FUND The Annual Fund is the backbone of our charitable efforts. Donations to the fund fuel foundation grants that enhance library collections, resources and programs.

LOYAL FRIENDS Loyal Friends support the foundation by making a donation every year for 10 or more consecutive years. Anonymous (42) Mildred Albrecht Jean E. Allen Melissa Allen Emy Andrew Michael & Rima Apple Dennis Appleton Robin Arnhold Stephen & Barbara Arnold Helen Atz James Bakken Ted & Kathy Balcom Mr. Tino Balio Mark & Jennell Ballering A. Lorraine Barniskis James & Dorothy Batt Nancy Marshall Bauer Marvin & Ellouise Beatty Lois Bell Dale & Anna Bender Theodore Bernstein Peter Berryman & Kristi Seifert Robb & Kathie Besteman Linda Bloom Charles & Diane Boardman Donald O. & Barbara L. Boe Carl & Myrtle Boedecker Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Borden Joan Box Thomas Boykoff Walter Burt & Deborah Cardinal Beverly Butor Ruth Calden Bradley Carl Douglas & Cynthia Carlson John Cerveny John L. Chladek Janice Christensen James & Mary Clark James & Charlene Cleasby James Clum Frank & Mary Ann Cook Tracy Cotter Lois Curtiss James & Nancy Dast Frederick J. Davis Margaret Davis Norma Denbrook Jeannine Denning

Bea & Gene Dewey William & Alexandra Dove Colleen & Neil Duffie Allan Durrant Linda Eisele Jane Eisner Joyce Ensign Kathryn Fahey Eugene Farley Doris Farmiloe Janet Faulhaber David & Marilyn Fayram Edith First Nelson & Ann Flynn Milton & Emily Ford Thurman & Betty Fox Edward & Deidre Frees John & Catherine Frey John Gann Deirdre Garton Lois Gerbitz Ken & Jeanette Golden Sarah P. Goldstein James & Laura Good Beverly & Lawrence Gottlieb Kevin Gould Marsha & Bruce Gregg Dennis Gustin & Sandra Martinson Warren Hagstrom Lawrence & Arneita Halle Mary Ann Halvorson Edyth Harb Gail Harms Reta Harring Lee & Yolanda Hayden Rosemary Heitkemper John & Sally Helgeson Simon & Billie Hellerstein Rose Helmberger Phyllis Helmer Ramon & Fern Hernandez Steve Herschleb Noah & Rosalyn Hershkowitz Ruth Hind Lois Hindhede Enid Hoffman Michael & Laura Holt Carol Holtsapple Allen Holzhueter & Kathryn

Hartman Steven & Frances Hopkins Ulfert & Kathleen Hornemann Jim & Lucille Hornung W. Pharis Horton & Carolyn D. Horton Ja-Ja Howe Wayne A. Hudson John & Marlene Hurst Frank & Margaret Iwen Gail Jobelius David Johnson Frances Johnson James & Joan Jones Robert Jorgenson Al & Dolores Kanner Thomas Kasper & Ann Rulseh Murray & Susan Katcher Al Keup & Betty Thompson Marian Kienitz Judy Kimball Helen J. Knechtges John Koch & Mary Anglim Robert Koehler Carol Korf Roland & Irma Krogstad Helen Kuntz Paul & Atsuko Kusuda Margaret S. Lacy Howard & Judith Landsman Annrita Lardy Jack & Joyce Leichtenberg Roma Lenehan

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ANNUAL FUND LOYAL FRIENDS CONTINUED Kent Lesandrini Joan Lundin Lenore Lusson Lesleigh Luttrell Gary Lyons & Jayne Squirrell Stewart Macaulay Arden & Linda Mahlberg Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mahler Doris A. Marten Thomas & Joan Matthews Cynthia May Marie McCabe Paul & Jane McGann Bev & Chan McKelvey Michael Meton Don & Mary Metz Norma Metzen Thomas & Irene Meyer Fred & Judy Middleton Sue Milch & Wilt Sanders Margaret & Paul Miller Joel & Deborah Minkoff John & Elizabeth Moore Susan Mueller Geri Naymick Allan & Aileen Nettleton Peg Neuhengen Gillian & Daniel Nevers Wilbert Noltemeyer E.J. & Olive Nordby Norman & Darlene Olson Steven & Pamela Olson Steven & Kaaren Oreck Marjon Ornstein Elizabeth Paddock Donna Paske Gretchen Patey Mary Pautz Ernest A. Pellegrino, Jr., M.D. Ina Penberthy Merle & Barbara Perkins

Kato Perlman W. H. & Barbara Perloff Rick & Marge Pifer Hulbert & Deloris Pinkerton Guy Plunkett III & Joanne Harper Plunkett Jay Poster Gary Poulson Judy Rabinowitz Paul Rabinowitz & Birgit Christensen Ken & Nancy Ragland Elaine D. K. Rattunde Richard & Mary Ann Reale Nancy Rebholz John Reindl Lou & Mary Remily Mikhail Reyfman Rayenna Rhys Frank Riojas Delores Robillard Steve & Kathy Rothering Laurie Rouleau Barry & Joanne Rowe William Rowe Barbara Ryder Gaspare Saladino Dianne Sattinger Bonita Schey Joyce Schneider Dolly Schoenberg Eileen Schroeder John Schroeder Gwen Schultz Lynda Schultz William Schwab & Leslie Grant Robert & Sara Schwartz Judy Schwickerath Allan Scidmore Ralph & Esther Scott William Segar Subhra Sengupta Richard & Natalie Sewell

John & Twila Sheskey Anne Short Tom & Patti Sinclair Charles Smith Bob & Suzanne Smith Galen & Rose Smith Larry & Sally Soltis Guy & Eileen Somers Jamie & Joseph Steuer Elaine Stevens David Sulman & Anne Altshuler Shirley Sundquist Ross Swaney & Elizabeth Greene Richard Sweet & Judith Zvara Dorothy Swennes Bob & Jeanne Tabachnick Gerald & Priscilla Thain Richard Thal & Jill Maidenberg Judith Thompson John Tolch Marcia Topel Larry & Esther Travis Marlene Treadaway John & Willeen Tretheway Daniel & Selma Van Eyck Paul & Jackie Vastola N. Georgene Vitense Michael & Jane Voichick Gloria & Charles Waity Steve Wajda & Deborah Brandt Patricia Watkins Laurence Weber Marc & Lee Weinberger Lee Weiss Laurie Wermter Patricia Wilker Elyn Williams Helen L. Wineke M. Crawford Young Frank & Diane Zillner Janice Zmrazek

SILAS PINNEY SOCIETY The Silas Pinney Society honors those who make planned gifts. Named after the mayor who founded Madison’s first library in 1875, the society recognizes all forms of planned giving, from estate proceeds to life insurance gifts. Anonymous Norma Denbrook Dick Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Roland J. Krogstad

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Nancy A. McGill Barbara Samuel Ellyn M. Satter Carol Schroeder

Elizabeth Shema Susan & Bob Titus Ms. Kathleen Woit


CARNEGIE CIRCLE Donors become part of Carnegie Circle when they reach the $5,000 mark in cumulative giving. Anonymous (37) Ethel Allen A. Roy Anderson Richard Arnesen Allen Arntsen Alicia & Hubert Ashman Elizabeth H. & Richard Askey Charles & Elizabeth Barnhill Sandra Bass Tom & Sally Basting Sue & Ellis Bauman Jim Berbee & Karen Walsh Anne Bolz Jim & Libby Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Ken Burbach Andrew & Anna Burish Mary P. Burke James Cain & Miriam Simmons Mr. & Mrs. Richard Campbell Nancy & Charles Carpenter Richard Chandler & Heidi Pankoke Allen Chase Lau & Bea Christensen Dean Clark Peter Clark Mary Alice Coan Mildred & Marv Conney Dan & Pat Cornwell Robert & Sally Ann Cox Ted & Barbara Crabb James Crow Ron Daggett Mr. and Mrs. Dan Danford David & Janet Daniel Tom DeChant & Paul Gibler Sue Denholm Barbara Dimick Kathryn Elwers Richard A. Erney Ellen Esser George Fait Ann Falconer John & Coleen Flad John & Jeanne Flesch Jeanette Foster Marie Fraser Albert Friedman & Susan Tikalsky Marc & Eve Galanter Mary Ellen Gerloff Amy Gilliland Dick Goldberg & Lisa Munro Irwin Goodman

Robert Goodman Robert Gooze Ida Haaker David Hague David Hall & Margie Devereaux Hazel A. Hansen Myrtle & Hazel Hansen Carroll Heideman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heideman David Henige & Janice Behn Duncan Highsmith & Ana AraĂşjo John & Karen Icke Rosemary Johnson Lee & Rosemary Jones Alfred Kadushin

Michelle Kamin Bonita Stein Kammer Barbara Karlen Jesse Kaysen and Nevin Olson Jerry & Carol Kelly Joseph Krupp & Diana Grove Marvin Levy Dolores Lillge Laura Linden Mr. and Mrs. Neil Lonergan Barbara Widder-Lowry & Paul Lowry Richard & Mary Lynch Jessica & Scott Mac Naughton Stanley Marten Josephine Hirsig Martin Hal & Christy Mayer Nancy A. McGill Charles & Sally Miley Fred & Mary Mohs

Tom & Nancy Mohs Dipesh Navsaria & Rania Huntington Diane Nienow Allan & Eleanor Odden Jim & Judy Olson Penrod Osterkil Family Angela Paratore Anthony Parrish Mr. & Mrs. Terrance Paul Jane Pearlmutter & Stephen Scheibel Mary Ellen Peters Karen & Tom Ragatz Glenn Reinl & Sara Krebsbach Mark Riordan & Patricia McManus Robert Ritger James & Jane Roeber Cheryl Rosen Weston Jim & Carol Ruhly Helen Matheson Rupp Estate Margaret Navarre Saaf William & Leah Sandholm James Schad & Celia Kiela Douglas Schewe Robert Schmid Carol & Dean Schroeder Mr. Ron Schwarz & Ms. Laura Moberly Andrew & Kristin Seaborg Sara Sherkow William & Katherine Sieker Josephine Stack Mary & Rob Stroud Sheryl Thies Susan & Robert Titus John & Carol Toussaint Robert & Dorothy Troller Urban Land Interests Michael Verveer Chris Wagner Michael & Ann Waidelich Tripp & Nancy Widder Barbara Williams Joseph Nash Williams Paul & Coe Williams Royce Williams Lewis & Eletise Wolman David Wood & Jane Doughty Chantal Worzala Alex Young & Nancy Pandhi John Zeinemann

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ANNUAL FUND STEWARDS Stewards are individuals who make an Annual Fund gift of $1,000 or more. Anonymous (3) Allen Arntsen Ray & Joyce Berdal Marcia Bradley Allen Chase Robert & Barbara Essock George Fait

Jeanette Foster Dick Goldberg & Lisa Munro David Hall & Margie Devereaux Constance Hegerfeld Glenn Reinl & Sara Krebsbach Joan Schmit

George & Catherine Tesar Anne Traynor Tripp & Nancy Widder Pam & Clint Woodman Alex Young & Nancy Pandhi

PATRONS Patrons are individuals who make an Annual Fund gift of $250 to $999. Anonymous (15) Alicia & Hubert Ashman William Barker & Susan Paskewitz Tom Bartelt Clint & Jo Anna Bauch Linda C. Baumann William & Laura Bird Allan & Margaret Bogue Ruth Bronston Douglas & Cynthia Carlson Richard Chandler & Heidi Pankoke Nancy Ciezki Mark & Janice Cis Frank & Mary Ann Cook Barbara & Ted Crabb Sarah Day Tom DeChant & Paul Gibler Diane & Robert Dempsey Barbara Dimick Fred & Ivy Edelman Richard Erney Jean Espenshade Robert Esser Mary Pat Feifarek Steve & Mary Fix Thurman & Betty Fox Albert Friedman & Susan Tikalsky Carol Froistad Mary Gallagher David & Catherine Gillman Frank Goodin & Karen McLaughlin Charles & Linda Gorchels Barry Guinn Donald Hausch & Joanne Thomson Cindi Henige Duncan Highsmith & Ana Araújo Penny Hubbard Alfred Kadushin

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Michelle Kamin Frederick Kelcz & Sheryl Popuch Michael & Beverly Kienitz Robert Koehler James & Joan Krikelas Patricia Krueger Barbara Landes & Paul Sullivan Annrita Lardy Kent Lesandrini Caroline & Jim Liedtke John & Janet Petry Lubniewski James Luckow Joan Lundin Stewart Macaulay Jim & Susie Madden Theodore Maglio & Sarah Bland Gerald & Barbara Marwell Brent & Deborah McCown Paul & Jane McGann Wendy Fearnside & Bruce Meier Donald & Mary Metz Thomas & Irene Meyer John & Elizabeth Moore Diane Nienow Gail Nordheim

Allan & Eleanor Odden Bob O’Neill Paul Patenaude Mary Pautz Jane Pearlmutter & Stephen Scheibel Mary Ellen Peters Doreen Peterson Nancy Rebholz Richard Rhyme & Anne Rodgers-Rhyme Lorraine & Gary Roberts Ron & Cathy Rotter Jim & Carol Ruhly Barbara Samuel Frank Sasse & Mary Louise Gomez James Schad & Celia Kiela Patrick & Dana Scheckel Fritz, Lindsey, and Zaila Schmidt Dolly Schoenberg L.H. & Elmira Schultz Rob & Mary Stroud Dorothy Swennes Caryl & Robert Terrell John Thomas Dennis Thompson & Rosanne Theis Judith Thompson John & Carol Toussaint Bruce Tulloch Mudit Tyagi & Amy Karon Gwen Ulijasz Robert & Marjorie Van Handel Steve Wajda & Deborah Brandt Karen Warren Ela & Robert Waterman David Wood & Jane Doughty John Zeinemann Anne Zellhoefer Frank & Diane Zillner


ANNUAL FUND DONORS The foundation thanks individuals who gave up to $249 to the Annual Fund. Anonymous (144) A Room of One’s Own Douglas & Alicia Alexander Melissa Allen Brian & Luanne Alme Jacob & Lucy Altwegg Richard Amasino & Janice Fullenwider Gordie & Betty Amick A. Roy Anderson Charles & Carole Anderson Henry & Shirley Anderson Myron Anderson Brian & Mary Andreas Emy Andrew Gary & Martha Antoniewicz Michael & Rima Apple Craig & Ann Aswegan Alan Attie Charlene & Aaron Avery Janet Axelson Barbara & William Babcock James Bakken Mr. Tino Balio Mark & Jennell Ballering Susan Balliette Howard & Lindy Barden James & Mary Ann Bartelt Nancy Marshall Bauer Warren Bauer Bernard Bazan Carmella Beattie Marvin & Ellouise Beatty Dave & Terri Beck-Engel Tami M. Belden Carolyn Bell & Lincoln Ramirez John Bell & Lauren Bern Lois Bell Sandy Bennett John Benton & Lori Grapentine Harold Bergan & Susan Hundt-Bergan Roland Berns & Telise Johnsen Theodore Bernstein Amy Stambach & Matthew Bershady Ghita Bessman Robb & Kathie Besteman Maurice & Sybil Better Ashok Bhargava Barbara Bickford Steve & Mickey Biedermann George & Betty Bielefeld Tom & Kathy Bier Dennis & Jan Blakeslee Gladys Blanchar

Robert Blank Linda Bloom Dorothy Blotz David Blough & Jennifer Covington David Blouin & Claire Gervais Charles & Diane Boardman David Bodoh Donald O. & Barbara L. Boe Carl & Myrtle Boedecker Barbara Boehm Allan & Margaret Bogue Walter & Sandra Borowski Deric Bownds Joan Box Thomas Boykoff Bill & Judy Braham Jeffrey Brauer Mark Brill & Janis Littel Allan & Joyce Bringe Thomas Broman Brad & Lorna Brookins Ruth & John Brown Mary Buchner Paul & Suzanne Buckner Jane Bernatovich & Tim Budke Robert & Mary Burke Walter Burt & Deborah Cardinal Ruth Calden Michael Caldwell Ronald & Mary Jane Campo Sylvia Cantu Smith Max Carbon

Bradley Carl Sharon Carlson Sandra Carney Margaret Carrao Joseph & Mary Cassinelli David Caulum John Cerveny Patricia & Dana Chabot Phillida Charly Robert & Susan Chase Patricia Chevis John L. Chladek Julius & Grace Chosy Janice Christensen Leonard Cizewski & Cheryl Robinson Louise S. Clark James & Charlene Cleasby Craig & Mary Clemons Kelly & Mayre Lee Clifton James Clum Constance & William Clune Mary Collet Jenni & Chris Collins Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana, Inc. Joseph & Barbara Corry John & Nancie Cotter Tracy Cotter Cecilia A. Coyle Nancy Crabb Steve & Shirley Crocker Shirley Culp

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ANNUAL FUND ANNUAL FUND DONORS CONTINUED L. Beth Cummings Gordon & Vera Cunningham Rebecca & Nick Curran Muriel Curry Lois Curtiss Annette Czarnecki John Dadmun Eligio D’Agostino Richard & Peggy Daluge James & Nancy Dast Edward & Elizabeth Daub Frederick J. Davis Janet Davis Nancy & Matthew Davis Phyllis Davis Anne Bilder & Johan Den Boon Norma Denbrook Jane Dennis Mike & Jude Dereszynski Clarence & Permela Lee DeSpain Jane Dickert Mr. & Mrs. John J. Doll Wallace & Peggy Douma William & Alexandra Dove Greg Downey & Julie Yendrek James & Jessica Doyle Danielle Dresden Tim Drexler Driftless Studio Howard & Jean Druckenmiller Colleen & Neil Duffie Shirley Dumas Therese Duranso Diana Durant Anthony Earl Bruce Ehlke Susan Eichhorn Jim Eisenmann Jane Eisner Gerhard & Peggy Ellerkamp Kenneth & Barbara Emmerich Brad & Rita Emmert Gary Engel Beverly Engeldinger Joyce Ensign Miles & Amy Epstein Glenn & Irene Esenther Katherine Evans Patricia Evans David & Evelyn Fahrbach Dick & Helen Falch Ann Falconer Eugene Farley Laurie A. Farnan Jean Farrell-Holtan Janet Faulhaber Paul & Elizabeth Faye Hildy Feen Nancy Feingold & Douglas Green

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Robert Ferrett & Cynthia Fesemyer Mark Fiess Clyde Filas-Mortensen Dale & Janine Finke Clarence Firari Edith First Claudia Fischer Dianne Fisher Kay Fitzgerald John & Barbara Fleming David & Barbara Flesch Kevin Fliege Nelson & Ann Flynn Ariel Ford Milton & Emily Ford Jean & Werner Frank Julie Franz Edward & Deidre Frees Bruce Frudden Robert Fry Anna Garner-Strickon John & Fanny Garver Richard & Susan Geier Ken & Joan Gelhaus Lois Gerbitz Edward & Sara Gleason Valy Goepfrich Walter & Eleanor Gojmerac Ken & Jeanette Golden James & Laura Good Thomas Goodwyn Evangeline Goth Beverly & Lawrence Gottlieb Dan & Alice Gould Kevin Gould Jennifer & Peter Gray Evan & Deborah Greenland Robert Greenler Marsha & Bruce Gregg John & Kristine Grigas Mary Ann Harr Grinde Gay & Mark Gross Katharine Guanella Lila Gullixson Warren Hagstrom Shirley Haidinger Thomas & Barbara Haig Mary Ann Halvorson Clarence & Lucille Hamre Paulette Harder Don & Mary Harkness Gail Harms Darin Harris & Dawn McCluskey Inge Harris Bruce Harville Jaqueline & Paul Hass Rudolph & Ilse Hecht Donald & Norma Heeren

William & Sharron Heibl John & Sally Helgeson Lynn & Bobette Heller Simon & Billie Hellerstein Phyllis Helmer Michael & Jancie Helser Douglas Hemken & Elizabeth Ivers Roger & Natalie Hendrickson Douglas Hendrix & Sherrie Gates-Hendrix David Henige & Janice Behn Steve Herschleb Noah & Rosalyn Hershkowitz R. Tod Highsmith & Joan Braun Lorne T. Hillier Ruth Hind George & Audrey Hinger Amanda Hingst Judy Hoard & Beth Ringgenberg Suzanne Hodgman Ruth Hodgson Enid Hoffman Les & Susan Hoffman Donald & Susan Holec Michael & Laura Holt Carol Holtsapple Allen Holzhueter & Kathryn Hartman Grace Homb Ulfert & Kathleen Hornemann Jim & Lucille Hornung W. Pharis Horton & Carolyn D. Horton William & Kathryn Hoyt James Hudson & Diane Martin Sarah & Brad Hughes Michael & Lori Hundt Hickory Hurie Bill & Marilyn Hurst John & Marlene Hurst Mary Jo Hussey


Patricia Huyett Lorrie & John Hylkema Richard & Mary Ann Ihlenfeld Irene Ilgen Frank & Margaret Iwen Susie Fritz Jablonic Thomas & Judi Jacobs Arthur Janeck Stephen Janeway Joann Jansen Dr. Manucher J. Javid Tammy Jelinek Debra Jellings Jeffrey Jerred & Yael Gen Jewish Federation of Madison David Johnson Jean Johnson Johanna Johnson Kurt & Linda Johnson Nancy Westphal-Johnson & Ralph Johnson James & Joan Jones Lee & Rosemary Jones Madhu & Sudha Joshi Alfred Kadushin William & Mary Kakuske Charles Kalish & Maria Cancian Al & Dolores Kanner David Karbler Maude Karlsson Lois Karn Mr. and Mrs. John Kayser David Keiser Sally Kelling Doris Kennedy Paul & Peggy Kent Walt Keough Marian Kienitz Judy Kimball Robert Kimbrough Irene King James & Lee Ann Kleeman Tom & Rosemary Kleinheinz Stephen W. & Judie Kleinmaier Daniel Lee Kleinman Helen J. Knechtges Anne Knezevic Heidi S. Knight Charles Knipp & Beulah Poulter Allen Knop & Linda Sweeney Richard & Elfrieda Koegel Stan & Sharon Koenig Patricia Kokotailo, M.D. Mark & Therese Kolan Lois Komai Carol Korf Doris Kox Sara Krauskopf Helaine Kriegel Roland & Irma Krogstad

Thomas & Domenica Kuech Richard Kunert & Brenda Spychalla Helen Kuntz Merilyn Kupferberg Thomas Kurtz Paul & Atsuko Kusuda David & Hilda Kuter Margaret S. Lacy William & Maxine Ladwig Jacqueline Lahr Dolly Marsh & Jeffrey Lange Martha Larson Phyllis Lathrope Karen Laudon Laurence & Frances Weinstein Foundation, Inc. Charles Leadholm & Jeanne Parus Robert & Betsy Lee Jack & Joyce Leichtenberg Joanne & Bob Lenburg Roma Lenehan Vic & Judy Levine Beverly Lewis Kathleen Lieber Alison N. Lindsay Mares Katherine L. Lindsay Bob & Glenda Lindsay Wie Liu & Lhuzai Xiang Sue & Art Lloyd Louis & Frankie Locke Rex & Juli Loker Carla & Richard Love Birl & Ester Lowery Anne Lucke Dennis Lund & Cynthia Spencer Lenore Lusson Gary Lyons & Jayne Squirrell Jessica & Scott Mac Naughton Madison Art Guild, Inc. Arden & Linda Mahlberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mahler Robert March Doris A. Marten Guy & Marilyn Martin Ann & Tom Martinelli Leonard Massie Thomas & Joan Matthews Anne McAleavy Judy McAusland Mary Lou McBride Marie McCabe Anne McCambridge Peter & Mary McCanna Mari McCarty Margaret McClung Lucile McFee Nancy A. McGill Malcolm & Jane McGowan Katherine McGrath Marilyn McIntyre

Bev & Chan McKelvey Meghan Meeker Ruth H. Meier June Melder Tod & Marcia Melotte Mark & Joyce Messer Michael Meton Paul & Ruth Meyer Bruce & Kay Michaelis Fred & Judy Middleton Charles & Sally Miley Margaret & Paul Miller Kevin & Sharon Milliken Joel & Deborah Minkoff Bruce Moffat William & Lynn Molis Pat & Jim Moore Lucy Moore Stefanie Moritz & Vince Jenkins John & Jeanne Morledge Diane Morrissey Belinda Mucklow Susan Mueller Jacqueline Mulhern Ann Munkres Earl & Eleanor Munson Peter & Donna Napoleone National Mutual Benefit Geri Naymick David Nelson & Brook Chase Soltvedt Edward Nelson

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ANNUAL FUND ANNUAL FUND DONORS CONTINUED Margaret Nelson Allan & Aileen Nettleton Peg Neuhengen Chris & Pam Neumann Gillian & Daniel Nevers Kelly Newbold Kathy & Gerald Nichol John & Betty Nicka Richard Niess & Laurie Elwell Niewold Family Amit Nimunkar Wilbert Noltemeyer E.J. & Olive Nordby Heidi & Tom Notbohm Dan & Judy Nystrom Daniel G. O’Brien Richard Olbrich Star & Ray Olderman Norman & Darlene Olson Ronald & Wilma Olson John & Nancy O’Neill Steven & Kaaren Oreck Elayne Orr Sandra Osborn Peter Ostlind Fred & Lynda Paasch Seymour & Ruth Parter Donna Paske Hamang & Tami Patel William Pavelsek Ernest A. Pellegrino, Jr., M.D. Ina Penberthy Merle & Barbara Perkins Anne Slaughter Perrote Russel & Joan Perttunen Helen Horn & Ralph Petersen

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Donald & Marion Peterson Thomas Peterson Lisa Pfaff Lynn & Sarah Phelps Di, Nathan & Xavier Phoenix Rick & Marge Pifer Tad & Hannah Pinkerton Katherine Place Robert & Susan Plakus Guy Plunkett III & Joanne Harper Plunkett Linda Poehlman Florence Poole Amit & Maureen Popat Jay Poster Colleen Potter Sue Poullette Martin Preizler Michael Pressman & Marsha Cohen Richard Linster & Patty Prime Imtiaz & Nausheen Qureishi Paul Rabinowitz & Birgit Christensen Dick & Clare Radtke Ken & Nancy Ragland Ron Raines & Laura Kiessling Sarah Ramirez Frank Ranallo Carl & Catherine Rasmussen Elaine D. K. Rattunde Jacob & Lynsey Ray Clarence Ready Richard & Mary Ann Reale Nancy Rebholz John Reinemann Linda Reivitz Lou & Mary Remily Jon & Julie Reneau

Michael & Pamela Rewey Mikhail Reyfman Anne Reynolds & Tom Liebl Sara & Rick Richards Stuart Richter & Joanne Jacobson Ken & Joan Riggs William & Diane Risley Fred Risser Ruth Robarts Louise Robbins Zachary & Laila Robbins John & Betty Roberts Delores Robillard Richard & Barbara Robinson Robert & Constance Roden Mark & Dana Roffers Steve Roffler Virginia Rogers George & Pat Roggensack Cynthia Rose Barbara Roth Steve & Kathy Rothering Barry & Joanne Rowe William Rowe Catherine Runnels Helen Matheson Rupp Estate Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Russell Barbara Rust Barbara Ryder Veronica Saeman Toshio & Jeanne Saiki Richard & Mary Lee Salem Barbara Sather Ellyn Satter Dave Sauer James & Marge Saunders Ruth Saunders David & Cheryl Scadlock Louise Schadauer Bonita Schey Kenneth Schmitt Robert Schmook Hans & Miriam Schneider Helen Schneider Joyce Schneider Kay Schrauth Eileen Schroeder John Schroeder Betty Schuchardt Tim Harrington & Marnie Schulenburg Lynda Schultz Steven Schulze & Kim Knorr Martin Schwartz Allan Scidmore June Scott William Segar Subhra Sengupta William Shaffer


Mark Shahan & Laura Brown Curt & Karen Shawkey Marleigh Sheaff John & Twila Sheskey Nancy & Michael Shinners Anne Short Geoffrey & Kirsten Siemering Judy Sikora & Steve Siehr David Silverberg & Elizabeth Huebel Joe & Jeanne Silverberg Tom & Patti Sinclair M.G. & B.L. Singer Allen Slagle David & Marilyn Slautterback Charles Smalley & Connie Palmer Charles Smith Donald & Alice Smith Patricia Smith Randall & Marilyn Smith Bob & Suzanne Smith Galen & Rose Smith Florian & Louise Smoczynski Louis & Elsbeth Solomon Melissa & James Sosman Dean & Shirley Spaith Anita Sprenger JoAnn Spring Claudia Standorf Bryan Stanley Phillip C. Stark Richard & Victoria Stauber Charlotte Stein Andrea & Greg Steinberger Henry Steinberger & Gail Jacob David Steingass Jamie & Joseph Steuer Elaine Stevens Hattie Stevens Sheila & Larry Stevens Tom & Deborah Still David & Luanne Storley Dan Stoudt Adrian Stransky John Straughn Paul Strommen & Jude Leimer Nancy Stroud Lawrence Bechler & Patricia Struck Susan Stucki Dorothy Sund Milton Sunde

Shirley Sundquist Thomas & Eileen Sutula Ken Swift & Diane Coccari Lori Smetana & Jeffrey Swiggum Margaret Talcott Judith Taylor Kenneth Taylor & Kristin Davis Hazel Tenney Dale & Kathleen Tessmer Gerald & Priscilla Thain Richard Thal & Jill Maidenberg Donald & Joanna Thompson Marcia Topel Susan Toth & Nancy Jane Peirce Barbara A. Trapp Larry & Esther Travis Marlene Treadaway Sara & Ryan Tremelling Elizabeth Tuttle L. M. & Jean Unverzagt Daniel & Selma Van Eyck Janet Van Vleck Ray & Susan Vanderby Walter & Diane Vandervest Charles & Susan Varco Paul & Jackie Vastola Steven Vedro & Beverly Gordon Charles Vetzner N. Georgene Vitense John Voegeli & Jean Roberts Michael & Jane Voichick Burton & Georgia Wagner Gloria & Charles Waity Diane Walker Ann & Bill Walker Walter & Sarah Washburn Nancy & John Webster George Weidner & Marilyn Yeates James & Rita Weiland Alan Weiner & Sandra Belozercovsky Lee Weiss Donna & Paul Werth Whisenant Family Grace W. White Russ & Liz Whitesel Barbara Williams Paul & Coe Williams Marc & Marcia Williamson Ann & David Wilson Jeff & Vicki Wilson

Jeff Wilton & Ann O’Brien Helen L. Wineke E. Kendall Witte Rob & Emily Wixson Scott & Julie Woerth Barbara Wogsland Larry & Donna Wold Mitchell & Suzanne Wolf Woman’s Club of Madison Robert & Patricia Wood John & Nancy Woods Al & Dale Wortley Rolf & Susan Wulfsberg Dean & Lauren Rosen Yeazel John Yin & Teresa Lau M. Crawford Young Phyllis Young James & Nancy Youngerman Robert Zank Wilbur Zemlicka Aijuan Zhong & Yonggang Su Dan & Irene Zimmerman James & Sarah Zylstra

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A N N U A L F U N D TRIBUTES The foundation recognizes those who made gifts in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one. In honor of Madison Public Library branches and staff Anonymous Saretta Burke Holly McEntee Richard & Carmen Alexander in honor of Lakeview Library Christopher & Peggy Bugg in honor of Monroe St. Library staff Ronald & Wilma Olson in honor of the Sequoya Library Jules Rosenthal in honor of Stacy & Gregg at Sequoya Library June Spencer in honor of staff at Alicia Ashman Library In honor of Anonymous in honor of Margi Jones Anonymous in honor of Martha Nicholson Anonymous in honor of Bernard Galgoci & Martha Peterson Anonymous in honor of Natalie & Erica Somerson Anonymous in honor of John & Carol Toussaint AFP Greater Madison in honor of Jennifer J. Collins’ term as AFP president Norma Brantner in honor of Steve Shanesy Rebecca Campbell in honor of Suzanne A. Smith’s birthday Steve & Jane Carrola in honor of Joe Teff Terry Cohn & Michael Johns in honor of Donna Silver and her love of books Jennifer Friedman in honor of Bonnie Denmark Friedman Mary Gallagher in honor of Bookers Kira Gold in honor of Jean E. Espenshade Katie Hayden in honor of Linda Sue Walz

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Jane Henning in honor of Barbara J. Karlen Ja-Ja Howe in honor of Jane F. Grogan David Kahl in honor of Janet L. Axelson Lewis Koch in honor of Richard F. Koch John & Janet Petry Lubniewski in honor of Alexandra Fish-Lubniewski Theodore Maglio & Sarah Bland in honor of Rosemary Bardon & Deb Dunham Nancy A. McGill in honor of Thomas A. DeChant Nancy Motisi in honor of Lorraine Motisi Elaine & Duane Neitzel in honor of our grandchildren Diane Nienow in honor of Delores Buenger Ruth Saecker in honor of Peggy Saecker Frank Sasse & Mary Louise Gomez in honor of Christina M. Wagner Joan Schmit in honor of Becky Buckman Robert Schmook in honor of Dorothy Schmook Karen Sorenson-LaValley in honor of Nora and Henry La Valley Jean N. Sumi in honor of Carl A. Sinderbrand William & Karen Vanderventer in honor of Judy Parrino Patricia Wilker in honor of Wilker & Turner Bayer Janice Zawacki in honor of Edmund Zawacki

Steve & Jamie Bukovac John & Jacquelyn Clarke DeWitt Ross & Stevens Donald G. Dieter Family Bob & Carolyn Lippa William & Betty Peterson Bill & Marj Pope Fritz, Lindsey, and Zaila Roman & Jean Statz Sharon Tsai Richard & Donna Voss

In memory of Jeanne DeNovo Allan & Margaret Bogue Jay DeNovo & Donna Sereda David Haskin & Mary Michal R. Lance & Gloria Jean Humphreys Richard & Sue Jennings Deborah Percival & Steven Grever David & Kathy Ramp James & Sally Ramp Nancy Rebholz In memory of W. Lyle Eberhart Louise Eberhart Daniel Luoma & Joyce Eberhart

Mildred Albrecht in memory of Norman Albrecht Lois Albright in memory of Dr. John G. Albright Gordie & Betty Amick in memory of George & Helen Amick Jennie Ballweg in memory of Charleen Ballweg Joseph & Mary Cassinelli in memory of Helen Upton John L. Chladek in memory of Astronaut Neil Armstrong Jack & Kay Cipperly in memory of Judy Japlon

In memory of Edward J. Mayland Sandy & Larry Schleich E.G. & Barb Schramka Patricia & James Baudendistel

James Clum in memory of Cynthia M. Clum Steward L. Davis in memory of Charlotte Steward Davis

In memory of Donovan W. Nagel Anonymous Marie Drumm & Lawrence Held Robert & Joan Miller Norman & Shelley Selle Village of McFarland Anonymous in memory of Rufus Anglefold Anonymous in memory of Dennis Buege Anonymous in memory of Jane Buffett Anonymous in memory of Carol J. Warner Hickman Anonymous in memory of Theodore T. Ryan Anonymous in memory of Patricia A. Schmudlach Anonymous in memory of Jane Read Worley


Karen Shevet Dinah in memory of Cynthia Von Klingler Fred & Ivy Edelman in memory of Robert Edelman Edwin & Jean Eloranta in memory of Katherine B. Burris Janet Emmerich in memory of Paul Emmerich Richard Erney in memory of Alice Craig Erney Tina Frailey in memory of Robert Vasy John & Catherine Frey in memory of David Schwab Elizabeth Gill in memory of John Gill Stanley Goldfarb in memory of Peter Priegel Stanley Goldfarb in memory of Esfir Sirota Zorko Greblo in memory of Cornelia Greblo Marsha & Bruce Gregg in memory of Harold & Virginia Graham Lisa Grueneberg in memory of John Johanneson Julia Heusinger in memory of Steven J. Heusinger Steven & Frances Hopkins in memory of family & friends John & Marlene Hurst in memory of Amelia Sault Margaret Jensen in memory of Katherine Sieker Nancy Jesse & Paul Menzel in memory of Lorraine M. Hanneman Telise E. M. Johnsen in memory of Miles L. Johnsen Robert Jorgenson in memory of Shirley-Dawn Jorgenson Alfred Kadushin in memory of Sylvia Kadushin Murray & Susan Katcher in memory of Belle Schulak Murray & Susan Katcher in memory of Ben Schulak Michael & Beverly Kienitz in memory of Arne R. Larsson

Kristina Klehr in memory of Edwin H. Klehr Marilyn Knutson in memory of John K. Knutson Annrita Lardy in memory of Henry A. Lardy Ann Libert in memory of Larry Libert John Lubarsky & Martha Moye in memory of Ruth Boyer Stewart Macaulay in memory of Jackie Macaulay Stewart Macaulay in memory of John Ramsey Rod Matthews & Marie Sieker in memory of Reeanne Grans Nancy & Lee McAdams in memory of Patricia Staffel Anne McCambridge in memory of Linda Courchaine, who loved books Paul & Jane McGann in memory of Helen I. Schwerzler Judith McMahon in memory of David R. Anderson Tim Muldowney in memory of Donna Scullion Paul & June Neumann in memory of George O.Neumann Richard Niess & Laurie Elwell in memory of Fern M. Pfitzer Edna Parisi in memory of Edward G. Parisi Sheri Parker in memory of Dorothy Landers Anne Slaughter Perrote in memory of Susan Slaughter

Judy Rabinowitz in memory of Patricia A. Pollard Ruth Rand in memory of Frederick A. Rand Judith Rasmussen in memory of Ruth Rasmussen Richard Rhyme & Anne Rodgers-Rhyme in memory of Mary Chynoweth Rhyme Timothy & Cindy Rice in memory of Nancy Rice Janaan Sampson in memory of M.J. & Mary Noonan Barbara Samuel in memory of Tom Lamm William Schwab & Leslie Grant in memory of Bernard Schwab Richard & Natalie Sewell in memory of Herbert M. Sewell Peg & Toby Sherry in memory of Todd Sherry Susan Sweeney in memory of William R. Leach George & Catherine Tesar in memory of Katherine I. Krno Joseph & Pauline Thome in memory of John Kidwell Judith Thompson in memory of Rebecca & John Phillips William & Karen Vanderventer in memory of Russell G. Anderson Guy Webster in memory of Ann E. Webster Russ & Liz Whitesel in memory of Patricia E. Williams Bill & Mary Winchester in memory of Genevieve Winchester Barbara Wolfe in memory of Alta Pulvermacher Susan Zahner in memory of John Olson Janice Zawacki in memory of Helen B. Zawacki

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ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS The following organizations contributed $250 or more. The American Endowment Foundation August Foundation Inc. Cricket Design Works The Douglas Stewart Company, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

John J. Frautschi Family Foundation Keller Family Charitable Trust Madison Community Foundation Nelson G. and Vera C. Hicks Charitable Foundation

Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Strand Associates, Inc. Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association United Way of Dane County Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

IN-KIND DONATIONS We cannot forget the businesses that donate professional services, supplies, food and other items that allow our foundation to support Madison’s public libraries. Barriques • Brick Road PR • Cricket Design Works • pc/nametag, inc.

SPECIAL PROJECT OR PURPOSE We are appreciative of all who contribute with a special project or purpose in mind. Up to $249 Anonymous (6) John Benton & Lori Grapentine Karl & Aimee Broman Stephen Dembski John & Mary Ann Dillon eCycle For Hope Karen Faster Paul & Susan Greblo Charles James Mr. & Mrs. A. Paul Jensen Ronald Jetty & Tammy Kempfert Mary Karau Donald & Maureen Kind Janette Klister Joyce Knutson Sue & Gary Loertscher Tom Loeser & Bird Ross Sue Milch & Wilt Sanders Warren & Nancy Onken Aaron & Laura Patterson

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Pierce’s Supermarket Inc. Imtiaz & Nausheen Qureishi Evelyn Russell T.J. & Mary Sobota Society of St. Vincent De Paul Guy & Eileen Somers Mark Sweet Karl Teuber Joseph & Pauline Thome Terry Virlee $250 to &999 Anonymous (2) Attic Angel Association James & Kate Becker Peter Clark Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mary Garrett Terry & Peggy Larson Madison Community Foundation John & Linda Merrill

Jack & Pat Mitchell PLATO, UW-Madison Bruce Tulloch Earl & Mary Updike $1,000 and up Anonymous (4) The Capital Times Kids Fund Forest Foundation, Inc. Friends of Pinney Library Friends of Sequoya Library The Great Dane Pub and Brewing Company Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Foundation Madison South Rotary Foundation Jim & Judy Olson St. Mary’s Hospital Phyllis Turner Tom Wolfe & Pat Powers


SPECIAL PROJECT OR PURPOSE TRIBUTES The foundation gratefully acknowledges those who made gifts in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one. In honor

In memory of Hugh C. Benedict

Anonymous in honor of Jane P. Halsted Mark Kliewer & Eileen Ahearn in honor of Guy, Lou, Beck & Jen at Monroe Street Library Jeffrey & Annie Potter in honor of Lesley A. Kircher Frank Sasse & Mary Louise Gomez in honor of Chris Wagner

George & Pamela Annen Pamela Crapp Donald & Loretta Harmatuck Lynn & Bobette Heller Vickie Long Maureen Mullins Mary Struckmeyer Temperature Systems Inc John & Willeen Tretheway In memory of Elizabeth Proctor

Ted & Kathy Balcom Dean Clark James & Mary Clark Anonymous in memory of Cathy Rood Anonymous in memory of Evelyn Scott Carolyn Amegashie in memory of Maria A. Thomas

Sandra Beaupre in memory of Thomas Walker Mary Conroy in memory of Paula T. Van Ess Jim & Polly Kuelbs in memory of Carolyn S. Kurtz Penrod Osterkil Family in memory of Mavis Monson & Bob Osterkil Teri & Craig Robida in memory of Maeve L. Robida Margaret Navarre Saaf in memory of Helen Navarre John Selegue & Edith Eberhart in memory of W. Lyle Eberhart Ernest Spring in memory of Elinor A. Spring

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DONORS TO LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME: THE COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN FOR A NEW CENTRAL LIBRARY Laureate Helen Matheson Rupp Estate

Historian Madison Community Foundation • W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation • John E. Wall Family & DEMCO, Inc.

Poet Diane Endres Ballweg Mary P. Burke

Lau & Bea Christensen Madison Gas and Electric Company

Cheryl Rosen Weston & The Douglas Stewart Company, Inc.

Friends of the Madison Public Library Dick Goldberg & Lisa Munro Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Foundation

Jack Lussier Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation Webcrafters-Frautschi Foundation

John & Jeanne Flesch Kelly Family Foundation Marvin Levy Nimick Forbesway Foundation

Stafford Rosenbaum LLP Tripp & Nancy Widder The Wolman Family in memory of Anne Wolman

Charles & Sally Miley Fred & Mary Mohs Stephen D. Morton Judy P. & Jim Olson Tom & Karen Ragatz Carol & Jim Ruhly in memory of Velma & King Ruhly

Sub-Zero Wolf Foundation, Inc. Urban Land Interests David Wood & Jane Doughty in honor of Mary N. Doughty & Ann E. Wood Rose Zerwick in memory of Otto Zerwick

DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. Andrew Clarkowski, Tana Elias & Family Epic John & Coleen Flad Susan Tikalsky & Albert Friedman Friends of Sequoya Branch Carol Froistad Marc & Eve Galanter Margie Devereaux & Dave Hall John & Karen Icke Lee & Rosemary Jones in honor of Elisabeth A. Jones Joseph Krupp & Diana Grove Barbara Widder-Lowry & Paul Lowry in honor of Tripp Widder

Richard & Mary Lynch Hal & Christy Mayer Tom & Nancy Mohs WISC TV National Guardian Life Quarles & Brady LLP Blaine & Kim Renfert Lily Sandholm State Bank of Cross Plains Stone House Development Robert & Dorothy Troller University Research Park Inc. Barbara Williams Woodman’s Markets

Author Anonymous (2) Sandra Bass The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times

Biographer Anonymous American Family Insurance Arntsen Family Andrew & Anna Burish CUNA Mutual Foundation

Wordsmith A. Paul Jones Charitable Trust Mary & David Anderson L’Etoile and Graze courtesy of Dianne Christensen Courtier Foundation, Inc. First Business J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.

Editor Anonymous American Transmission Company Richard Arnesen Associated Bank Charles & Elizabeth Barnhill in memory of Phyllis Barnhill Sue & Ellis Bauman Bell Laboratories BMO Harris Bank Helen & Phil Bradbury Capitol Bank Mildred & Marv Conney Dan & Pat Cornwell Barbara & Ted Crabb Tom DeChant in memory of Marie DeChant

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Publisher Anonymous Sally & Tom Basting Anne Bolz Jim & Libby Bradley Bradley A. Cantrell & Patrick G. Flanagan Nancy & Chuck Carpenter Richard G. Chandler & Heidi M. Pankoke Colony Brands, Inc. Susan Denholm Barbara Dimick

Michelle Kamin Barbara Karlen in honor of Barb Dimick Krupp General Contractors, LLC Dolores Lillge Anne Lucke in memory of Marcie Madden Jessica & Scott Mac Naughton Murphy Desmond Lawyers. Since 1931. Peter Ostlind The Navarre Family Dean & Orange Schroeder

Stark Company Realtors Mary & Rob Stroud Google Community Grants Fund of Tides Foundation Dr. Bob & Susan Titus US Bank Michael Verveer Michael & Ann Waidelich Royce Williams & Family Anne Zellhoefer

Nelson & Ann Flynn Grant & Sarah Frautschi John Fritsch & John Cannon Jac & Edye Garner Marc & Christine Gartler Mark & Erica Gehrig Amy Gilliland Edward & Sara Gleason Sue Goldwomon & Arlene Zaucha Peter & Laura Gottlieb GTECH Sally & Lee Hansen Peggy Hedberg Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc. Mark Hill & Susan Dentinger Lois Hindhede in honor of Lakeview Library volunteers Penny Hubbard Charles & Marnie Hulan Steven M. Jacobson, M.D. Johnson Bank Rosemary Johnson Jane Jorgenson Charles & Valerie Kime Mary C. Knapp Laurie Koenecke Judith & Marc Kornblatt Howard & Judith Landsman in honor of Tom DeChant & David Wallner Deanna Letts James Luckow Katharine Lyall in honor of Kate Morrison Greg Markle & Sor Kuan Goh Rod Matthews & Marie Sieker in memory of William E. & Katherine T. Sieker Nancy A. McGill McGladrey LLP Lisa Mettauer in memory of Marie B. Warner Bernice L. Schapiro Shafer Fund Monroe Street Library League Judy & Paul Moriarty

Norman Bassett Foundation Allan & Eleanor Odden Lawrie Kobza & Peter Oppeneer Jane Pearlmutter & Stephen Scheibel Christopher L. Pesl in memory of Lolitta J. Pesl Richard Linster & Patty Prime Louise Purdy Glenn Reinl & Sara Krebsbach Barbara Rex Peter Ritz & Carrie Macklin Ritz Louise S. Robbins James & Jane Roeber in memory of Orrilla Blackshear Karl & Marilyn Rudat E.G. & Barb Schramka Naomi Chesler & Dan Sidney Deb Neff & Kurt Sladky Wrede (Bud) & Melissa Smith Florian & Louise Smoczynski Eileen & Guy Somers Sheila Boothby Stevens Summit Credit Union Lori Smetana & Jeffrey Swiggum George & Catherine Tesar Judith Thompson in memory of Rebecca & John Phillips John & Carol Toussaint Anne Traynor Christina Wagner in memory of John Ohliger David Wallner & Anne Katz Fred & Eleanor Wertz West Bend Mutual Insurance Barbara Wich in tribute to John & Margaret McClung Hal & Shirley Winsborough Kathleen Woit Ching Wong & Fred Murray Nancy Pandhi & Alex Young Janice Zmrazek

Reader Anonymous (5) Anonymous in honor of Jenni Collins Anonymous in memory of Oscar & Bertha Smithback Anonymous in memory of Gertrude Herman & William L. Williamson Anne Arnesen Elizabeth H. & Richard Askey Chris & Carma Atkinson Linda Ciofu Baumann Angela Podevels & Tami Belden Mark E. Benno Niles & Linda Berman Rebecca M. Holmes & Bennett J. Berson Michele Besant & Julie Chase Norma & Michael Briggs Angie & Rich Brown Frank Burgess James Cain & Miriam Simmons Jennifer & Martin Chiaverini Carissa & Jay Christner in memory of Bridget Zinn Peter Clark Jenni & Chris Collins Anne Connor Tim & Martha Coughlin Robert & Sally Ann Cox Nora Cusack & Brent Nicastro Romeo Dais David & Janet Daniel Tom DeChant & Paul Gibler Carla & Michael DiIorio Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Association Robert Duecker John & Monica Dyar James L. Eggler Dick & Judy Ela Ken & Marge Engelman Ann Falconer Judy & Gordon Faulkner First American Title-NCS

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Richard & Sally Bilder Ethel Biro in tribute to Ann Stoll Gerald & Sharon Bisgard John Black, Sr. Gladys Blanchar June W. Blanchard in memory of Converse H. Blanchard Julie Blankenburg Lauren Blough David Blouin & Claire Gervais Wilmer Bloy Phyllis Blumberg in memory of Phyllis Z. Killian Corlie Blumenfeld Charles & Diane Boardman Samantha Borne Ann Boyer in memory of Paul Boyer Thomas Boykoff Patricia Brady Kayla Brager Melaine Brandt Peg & Tom Branson Zoann Branstine & Jude Shavlik Cheryl Brassington James Bredeson & Cheryl Becker Patricia F. Brennan Jerry Bridge Mark Brill & Janis Littel Allan & Joyce Bringe Robert Brooks Carol H. Brown Kirk Brown & Lori DiPrete Brown Perry & Kathleen Brown in memory of Phyllis Killian Thomas Brown Mary Buchner Robert & Tracy Buchta

Paul & Suzanne Buckner Roger Buffett in memory of Jane Buffett Robert & Mary Burke Walter Burt & Deborah Cardinal Paul Buschman Cynthia Bush in memory of Sargent Bush Debra & James Butler Robert Buzecky Ruth Calden Christine Caldwell Carol Cameron Ronald & Mary Jane Campo Capitol Kids Capitol Neighborhoods Shawn & Nancy Carney Stephen & Susan Carpenter Jessica & James Carrier Charles & Janet Carruthers Daniel & Jane Carter in memory of Phyllis Killian Christina Casper Joseph & Mary Cassinelli Eleanor Cautley Maria Cavicchio in honor of Julia Cavicchio Larry Chapman & Paula Volpiansky Robin Chapman Patricia Chevis Cynthia Chin in memory of Jean E. Chin John L. Chladek Lee & Jean Christensen Megan Christiansen City of Madison Information Technology Department in memory of George Kauffeld Kenneth & Suzanne Clark Joseph & Marlene Clausius Mark & Janet Clear Heather Clefisch


Pages Continued Pamela Clinkenbeard James Clum Constance & William Clune in memory of Stephanie Stemberk Lauren Cnare Lenore Coberly in memory of Marie Pulvermacher Steve & Jill Cohan in honor of Hayden & Marin Carol Cohen Sheila & Marcus Cohen Gregory & Dorothy Conniff Ann Conroy Robert & Jami Cook Jane Richard & Jonathan Cooper John & Nancie Cotter Tracy Cotter Robert & Ann Cottingham Frank Court & Abbie Loomis Claude & J.T. Covelli Cecilia A. Coyle Robert Craig Dan & Susan Crowley Lilly Crownover Bill Cudlipp in memory of Kate Cudlipp Craig Cullum & Helena Campbell Nelson & Marlene Cummings Gordon & Vera Cunningham Lois Curtiss Gail Cyrkiel Michael Paul Czechanski Richard & Peggy Daluge Frederick J. Davis Margaret Davis Peter G. Davis & Meaghan Healy Phyllis Davis Robert Davis Steward L. Davis in memory of Charlotte Steward Davis Carol DeBoer Diane & Robert Dempsey Daniel Den Hartog Norma Denbrook Glenn Chambliss & Diane Derouen Clarence & Permela Lee DeSpain Mary Detra Dan Dettmann Stephan Deutsch & Judith Burstyn Margaret DeVault John DeVries Bea & Gene Dewey David & Judith DeWitt Claudio Diaz Patricia DiBiase Douglas & Lisa Dillman Jennifer Dobbins

Gib Docken Nancy A. Dodge in memory of Ruth W. & William H. Dodge Christopher Dolan & Eileen Hannigan Gary Dosemagen & Betty Schwartz William & Alexandra Dove Warren & Ruth Downs Driftless Studio: Nature Gallery & Gifts Robert & Colleen Dring David & Joy Drummond Colleen & Neil Duffie Michael H. & Nancy Cross Dunham in honor of Marjorie Dunham Janice Durand Anthony Earl Jim & Jan Eastman Ann Eaves Thomas & Rhonda Ebbers Janet Eberhart & Jeff Drummond in memory of W. Lyle Eberhart

Karl & Rachel Eck Tom Eckstein Frederick & Ivy Edelman in memory of Robert Edelman James Eisenmann Jane Eisner Jeff & Elizabeth Ekola Sue Ellingson James Elliott Holly K. Elwell in honor of Judge Richard G. Niess Brad & Rita Emmert Terry & Karen Emmrich Ronald Engerman & Beverly Richgels Kathy England Susan England Jeanne Engle Joyce & Jerry Ensign Richard A. Erney in memory of Alice Craig Erney Kristin Eschenfelder Robert Factor & Kris Rasmussen in memory

of Phyllis Z. Killian Mary & Peter Fahndrich Laurie Farnan in memory of Ida Farnan Jean Farrell-Holtan Janet Faulhaber Lynne Faulkner Thomas & Rachel Favour Hildy Feen John & Ann Feeney Jean Feraca Paula Ferrara-Parrish Cindy Fesemyer Dianne Fisher David Flanagan & Maureen McGlynn Flanagan Marshall & Lisa Flax John & Barbara Fleming Megan Flynn Kaj & Karen Foget Joseph & Eva Fok Robert Forbess Ariel Ford Milton & Emily Ford Shelley Foster Roy & Ginny Franz Mark French & Mary Modjeski Susan Friedman-Hill Jeanette Fumelle Lesley & Thomas Galway Enrique Gandara Russell & Suzanne Gardner Sandra Gartler in honor of Marc Gartler & Family Warren & Sharon Gaskill in honor of Mary & Elliott Maraniss Mary Ellen Gerloff Janis Gessler Danielle Gibney Michael Gleicher & Julie Loehrl Valy Goepfrich Michael & June Goglio Paul & Dolores Gohdes Kenneth & Jeanette Golden in memory of Becky Young Mike & Kari Grasee Peter & Jennifer Gray Dianne Greenley Craig & Lori Grinde Dan & Catherine Grogan on our 1-year anniversary Vicki Berenson & Shel Gross Mary Gulesserian in memory of Elizabeth Gulesserian Terry Gunning Dennis Gustin & Sandra Martinson Arthur Hackett Lawrence & Arneita Halle

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Tammy Jelinek Dave & Dena Jenks Margaret Jensen in memory of Katherine Sieker Nancy J. Jensen D. Elsa Johnson Daniel & Janet Johnson David Johnson Heather Johnson Nancy Westphal-Johnson & Ralph Johnson Jerry & Jean Jones Ann Junkin Alfred Kadushin Nancy Kaiser in memory of James Kaiser Madeline Kanner John & Beverly Kanvik Ellen Karlson & Joseph Long Lois Karn Thomas Kasper & Ann Rulseh Amy Kaster Murray & Susan Katcher George & Sharon Kauffeld Paul & Margaret Kaufman David Keiser Nancy Keiser John & Jacqueline Kelley Scott Kennedy & Ellen Gibson-Kennedy Thomas & Jennifer Kerns in memory of Albert Zeier Ashley Kerst Erica & Thomas Kersten Jane Kessenich Greg & Ginny Kester Marian Kienitz Phyllis Killian Kathe King Lesley Kircher in memory of Bridget Zinn Gregg Kissel & Jean Bae MaryAnn Kleeman Mary Klehr & Allen Cross in honor of Kristina Klehr Benjamin & Shannon Kleiber Klodt & Associates Marshall Klotz Helen J. Knechtges Beverly Kneebone Heidi S. Knight Jean Knoche Mark & Deborah Knoebl Keith & Susan Knowles Michelle Knutson Mark & Jean Koehl Robert Koehl Robert Koehler Stanley & Sharon Koenig Daniel & Amy Kohls Mark & Therese Kolan

Mary & Scott Kolar Jeanne Koranda Carol Korf Doris J. Kox in memory of William “Bill” Cox, Sr. Cliff & Betsy Kramer Sara Krauskopf Thomas & Margie Krauskopf Roland & Irma Krogstad Christine Krueger Edward & Moria Krueger Carolyn Kruse & Ellen Pryor Raymond & Helen Kruse Kathryn J. Kube Tracy Kuczenski James & Pauline Kuelbs in memory of Irene Ney Karen & Brian Kuhn in honor of the Brugge, Spetland & Hulsether families Charles Kulp & Marie Duquette Richard Kunert & Brenda Spychalla in honor of John Jacobs Helen Kuntz Paul & Atsuko Kusuda Margaret S. Lacy Luke Lamb Beverly Lange Chris Larkins Elizabeth Lawrence & David Nance Deborah & Jerry Lawson Charles Leadholm & Jeanne Parus Dan & Carol Lebovic Rhonda Lee Heidi Luebke in memory of Marge van der Veen Richard Lehmann Deb Lehnherr Dorothy Leon in memory of Maurice Leon Russ & Jeanne Lerum Beverly Lewis Martha & Robert Lewis


Pages Continued Roberta Liblit Caroline & Jim Liedtke Allen & Joan Liegel Jim & Anita Lightfoot Steven & Janel Lipton Barbara Lockwood in memory of Judson Schiebel James Lorman & Anne Forbes Richard & Jean Lottridge Tom Lovett & Anne Lundin Birl & Ester Lowery John & Linda Lowrey Shan Lu Alice Lundeen Joan Lundin Lawrence Lundy C. & Frank Lusson Robert Lux & Stephanie Stender Stewart Macaulay in memory of John Ramsey Staff of the Madison Children’s Museum in memory of Joe Jeffress Madison Golden K Kiwanis Club Maija Maki-Laurila Mary Malaney William & Caroline Mallatt Olvi & Claire Mangasarian Mary Markwardt Doris A. Marten William & Barbara Marten Daniel & Julia Martin in memory of Phyllis Killian Guy & Marilyn Martin in memory of Lina & Helen Blanchard Heidi Marzen Percy & Priscilla Mather William & Celeste Maxon Carolyn May in honor of the Lakeview Library Scrabble Group Michael P. May Vada Mayfield in memory of Margaret Stephenson Kathy Mazur Marie S. McCabe Cynthia McCallum

Anne McCambridge Jody McCann Thomas & Geraldine McCarthy Brian McCormick Richard McCoy Edgar & Patricia McDonald Eileen McGlynn Andrew & Laura Mcguire Kay & Fran McGuire Kenneth McHone Bev & Chan McKelvey Kathleen McQuade Nancy Mead Bryan Meddings Patrick & Wanda Meehan Ruth H. Meier Cheryl Mekschun Kathy Michaelis Elizabeth Middleton Sue Milch Amy Miller Edward Miller Mark Miller Pat Zietlow Miller in memory of Faye Clow Robert & Susan Miller Trent Miller in memory of Bridget Zinn William & Constance Mills Judy Miner Chuck Mitchell & Sally Weidemann Renee Moe & Jason Salus Anne Monks Loretta Moore in memory of Sylvia Epstein Mark & Nancy Moore in memory of June Erickson Scott & Debbie Moore Tracy & Brad Moore Traci Moreford Richard & Jo Ann Morgan Micheal & Jennifer Morgan Stefanie Moritz & Vince Jenkins James Moser in memory of Mary Moser Gary Moses in memory of Sylvia Epstein Sally Moskol Beth Moss Susan Motisi Thomas Mueller Tyler Mueller Jacqueline Mulhern Teresa Mulrooney & Paul Eastwood Earl & Eleanor Munson Alice Nagel in memory of Viola Rohner The Nakoma League Peter & Donna Napoleone Kim & Kathi Nash Mary Nason Prof. Agate Nesaule Allan & Aileen Nettleton

John & Cherie Neupert in honor of Greg & Jason Rogers Gillian & Daniel Nevers Gerald & Kathryn Nichol Gregory & Christy Nikitas in memory of Jo Jeffress Gail Nordheim John & Jane Norman Mary Norton Larry & Margaret Nowicki Daniel & Judy Nystrom Daniel G. O’Brien The O’Callaghan Family Molly O’Connell in memory of Tedd O’Connell Daniel O’Connor Linda Baldwin O’Hern & Vincent O’Hern Lewy Olfson Jefren Olsen & Kathy Rasmussen John & Barb Olsen Darlene & Norman Olson Steven & Pamela Olson Warren & Nancy Onken Marjon B. Ornstein Richard & Dianne Ottow Chapter BL, P.E.O. International Fred & Lynda Paasch Lawrence Palm Nicholas Palm Paul Patenaude Gretchen Patey Paul’s Book Store Mary Pautz William Pavelsek Richard & Janice Paynter in memory of Carol Jean Warner Margaret Pearce Mary Pearlman Michael Pecson Ejercito & Karen Reed Jim & Kathy Penisten Jonathan Penner & Barbara Bendlin Robert Penner Kato Perlman W. H. & Barbara Perloff Anne Slaughter Perrote in memory of Susan D. Slaughter Russel & Joan Perttunen Rick Petri Roger & Linda Pettersen Lisa Pfaff Liese Pfeifer in honor of Trent Miller Lynn & Sarah Phelps Russell Pietz PLATO, UW-Madison Adam Plotkin & Jaime Healy-Plotkin AFP Greater Madison Board of Directors in memory of Joe Jeffress

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Jennifer Rodis Ami Rodland Theresa Roetter & Mark McColloch in honor of Amy Thornton Leroy Rogers in honor of Barb Dimick on her retirement Tim & Beth Rogers Greg Romashko & Klaren Pe-Romashko Cynthia Rose Jim & Sarah Rose Jules Rosenthal Mike Roszkowski & Sheilah Harrington Jen Roth in memory of Audrey Roth Pamela Roth Judith & Michael Rothschild Michael Rothstein & Sharon McCabe Kendall & Mary Rouse Linda Rusche Barbara Rust Jeanette Rutschow Abigail Ryan in honor of Betsy & Pat Ryan

Elizabeth & Patrick Ryan in memory of Helene Hozeny Larry & Marilyn Ryan in memory of Betty Frater Barbara Ryder Morris Sadicario Jane Sadusky & Kimberly Bean Ruth Saecker in honor of Peggy Saecker Gaspare Saladino in memory of Jennie & Leonard Saladino Richard & Mary Lee Salem Gregory & Susan Samuels in honor of Tripp Widder & Nancy Carpenter Don & Barb Sanford Rob & Mary Savage in memory of Harriet Pfann Scott & Carol Sawyer Nick Sayen Amy Scarr & Judy Howard James Schad & Celia Kiela

Louise Schadauer John & Jane Scharer John & Susan Schauf in honor of Sally Patrick & Dana Scheckel Daniel Schlichting Kenneth Schmitt Robert & Denise Schneider Ellen Schneider Helen Schneider in memory of Arvilla Schneider Joyce Schneider W.Thomas Schrader & Monica Jaehnig Eileen Schroeder in memory of Betty Schroeder John Schroeder John & Mary Schroeder Kent & Judy Schroeder in memory of Sylvia Epstein Donald & Joan Schuette Cathern T. Schultz Gwen Schultz Richard & Nancy Schultz Patricia Schulz in honor of Maxine Rapp Susan Schwaab & Russell Polansky in memory of Liesel Loretta Schwaab John & Marguerita Schwantes Victor Schwartz Christine Schwarz Nick & March Schweitzer Pat & Judy Sebranek Sherwood & Jaclyn Seigel Subhra & Ratna Sengupta Kayla Severson Patricia Seybold Brinnan Shaffer William C. Sheldon Judith & Ben Sidran Thomas & Myrt Sieger Judith Siegfried Eftychios & Demetra Sifakis David Silverberg & Elizabeth Huebel Jeanne & Joe Silverberg Carl & Liz Silverman Muriel Simms in memory of Mary E. Simms Deb Simon & Bill Wambach Ron & Sharon Singer Jon & Nancy Sloan Charles Smith Douglas Smith Galen & Rose Smith Keara Smyth Benjamin Snyder Paul & Sara Soglin Steven Somerson & Helena Tsotsis Alan & Heather Sorensen Melissa & James Sosman


Pages Continued Lionel Spartz in memory of Ambrose Panek Michael Spelman Cheryl Spencer Koleen Spiece Diane Drexler & David Spies in honor of the Edward & Kathryn Drexler Family Nancy Spitzer in memory of Maureen Grant The Spranger Family Marie Stanton Douglas Steege & Kristine Euclide Kurt & Kim Stege in honor of Hope & Hans Stege Janice Steinberg Vern & Kallie Stenman Hattie Stevens Terry Stevens Anne Stoelting Bill & Audrey Strang Adrian Stransky John Straughn Anna Strenski & Victoria Goodman-Strenski in memory of T. Edward Strenski Mary Struckmeyer Susan Stucki Sharon Stumbras Nadia Sundlass Ross Swaney & Elizabeth Greene Richard Sweet & Judith Zvara Michael & Suzanne Swift Eldred & Virginia E. Swingen in honor of JoAnn Six James & Marguerite Sykes Nicolina Tack in memory of Ilka Lozano Margaret Talcott Dennis Tande & Mary Manering Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association Jane Tereba John & Jean Tews Gerald Thain Richard Thal & Jill Maidenberg Carolyn Thomas John R. Thomas William Thomas in memory of Barbara Hashagen Thomas Dennis Thompson & Rosanne Theis Jennifer Thompson Robert Thorne Norris & Alice Tibbetts Peter Timbie & Patricia Rosenmeyer Denes & John Tobie Victoria Topp Susan Toth & Nancy Jane Peirce Maxine Triff

Ruth Tsotsis in honor of Natalie & Erica Somerson Lih-Sheng & Ni-Shan Turng Robert & Judith Tuttle Kenneth Utter James & Sylvia Vaccaro Jaime Vache & Sean Karwath Judith Van Blarcom in memory of Donald & Margaret Wonn Robert & Marjorie Van Handel Sophie Van Haren James & Barbara Van Loenen Charles & Susan Varco Steven Vedro & Beverly Gordon Andrew Cohn & Kim Vergeront Charles Vetzner Patricia Voermans Denis & Laura Vogel Jane & Michael Voichick William H. Wade Burton & Georgia Wagner R. Richard Wagner Lore Wahl in honor of Dorothee Wahl Lindy Waites Gloria & Charles Waity Mary & Lee Waldhart Thomas & Kimberly Walz Terry & Mary Warfield Millie & Brian Webb Laurence Weber Anita Weier Peter Weiler Allyn Weinert Lee Weiss Branda Weix Philip Wells James F. Welsh Amanda Werhane Laurie Wermter Joan Westgard Grace W. White Susan White Russ & Liz Whitesel Gary Whitney Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. Paula Wick Laura Williams Peter & Deena Williams in memory of Jacqueline Wiegand Marc & Marcia Williamson Mary Williamson Ann & David Wilson in memory of Mike Silbernagel

Barbara Wilson Chandin Wilson & Susan Overlock William & Mary Winchester in memory of Genevieve Winchester Mary Jane Wiseman E. & Natalie Witte Patty Witte Ward & Maureen Wixon Rob & Emily Wixson Patricia Woicek Barbara Wolfe in memory of Diane Vesely Christopher Wolfe & Mandy Varda Linda & Jeffrey Wolfe Jane Wolff The Women’s Club of Madison Alex Wong & Cynthia Schlichte Clarice R. Wortzel in memory of Arthur I. Wortzel Michael & Elaine Yankunas Sansun Yeh Cyril & Dora Yelk M. Crawford Young in memory of Rebecca Young Phyllis Young in memory of E. Gordon Young Matthew & Susan Younkle Lauren & Nancy Zabel Susan Zahner Thomas & Kathleen Zaremba Janice K. Zawacki Theodora Zehner Ben & LeeAnn Ziegler William & Jennifer Zorr Marilyn & Alan Zuckerman

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DONORS TO LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME: THE COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN FOR A NEW CENTRAL LIBRARY Book Club Challenge Participants Novel Group of Women AAUW - Monona Accidental Book Club Arbors Book Club Book by Book Book Club #6 Book Nuggets Booked for Lunch Bookers Bookmarks Books & Beats Books ‘n’ Banter Boys and Books Browsers Without Borders Camelot Book Club Capitol Point Book Club Central Library Book Group Chapter Two Book Club Cherokee Heights Book Club Class P Book Club Cliteratae Den Danske Bogklub Downtown Kiwanis Book Club East Meets West Eatin’ Readers Eve’s Leaf Food for Thought Friends in Reading Good Friends Book Club Groupes de Lecture et de Conversation Française Harmony Scrabble Readers Herd of Cats Highlands Book Club Hoity Toity Book Club Inner Fire Yoga Book Club International Book Group Jane Austen Society of North America, Wisconsin Junior League of Madison Sustainer Book Club Kulture Klub Lakeview Library Book Groups Laughter Chapter Literary & Temperance Society

Literati Lou Berryman’s Book Group Mad Mt Holyoke Books Madison Bibliophiles Book Club Madison Book Club Madison Bookies Madison Friends of Lois Lenski Madison Literary Club Maple Bluff Book Club McFarland Ladies Book Club Meg’s Book Group Metropolitan Place Book Club Mid Life Moving Forward Midday Book Club Midvale Readers Book Club Monona Terrace Employees Book Club Monroe St. Branch Library Book Club Mother Daughter Book Club Non vale il pene Ohio Avenue Talmadge Street Book Club Opinionated Women Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ Women’s Book Group P.E.O. - BL Book Club Paperback Readers Prairie Point Book Club Prairie Unitarian Universalist Book Club R.E.A.D. Book Club Ravenous Readers Read Between the Wines Read, White and Books Readers Run-A-Muk Reading Between the Covers Reading Between the Wines Reading Not Required REAFERS Rukun Book Club Science Fiction Without Borders Sequoya’s Thursday Afternoon Book Group Shorewood Hills Book Club Sister Friends SLOBS With Library Cards Star Fire Book Club TALKK JAM Tempo Book Bags

In-Kind Donors Cricket Design Works • Marjorie Devereaux & Dave Hall • John Roach Projects

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TEMPO NFL Bad Weather - Good Pie Blue Stockings Society Bookies Fancy and Forever Fabulous Ladies of the BC Great Dames Gudrid Reading Circle Happy Bookers Italian Game Readers Lit Wits No-Guilt Book Club Paoli Salon Queen Bees Red Tent Book Club Sally Moskol Book Group Third Wednesday Book Club Too Tall Sisters Transforming Our Worlds Tuesday Morning Booktalks Tuesday Night Book Group University Houses International Book Club University League Book Critics Vilas Neighborhood Book Club Wednesday Bookies Who’s New In Madison Book Clubs Wild Wimmin


EVENTS Cheers to the following for making our 2012 events such a success. Bookless Participants Art & Sons Artworking Cricket Design Works Dobra Tea Dorn Hardware Full Compass Systems The Great Dane Pub and Brewing Company Library as Incubator Project Merchant Madison Polka! Press The Project Lodge Sector 67 Underground Food Collective UW Madison Art Department Wisconsin Public Radio

Ex Libris Sponsors Cresa Madison Tana Elias & Andrew Clarkowski EZ Office Products Madison Gas & Electric Foundation, Inc. Mohs, MacDonald, Widder, Paradise & Van Note Mortenson Construction Perkins Coie Charitable Foundation Potter Lawson, Inc. Smith & Gesteland, LLP SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. The Capital Group The Gialamas Company Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. Wipfli LLP

Ex Libris Tasting Partners Ale Asylum Capital Brewery Furthermore Beer The Great Dane House of Brews Potosi Brewing Company Bloom Bake Shop DB Infusion Chocolates Gail Ambrosius Chocolates Candinas Ex Libris In-Kind Donors Barry Avery, Fontaine pc/nametag, inc. Pepsi Cola of Madison Underground Catering, LLC

Lunch for Libraries Sponsors Driftless Studio Group Health Cooperative John F. Suby & Associates, S.C

VOLUNTEERS The foundation recognizes the these individuals for lending their time and talents in 2012. 2012 Foundation Board Members Al Friedman, President Jessica Mac Naughton, Vice President Richard Chandler, Immediate Past President Tom DeChant, Secretary Ted Crabb, Treasurer Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, Campaign Chair Richard Arnesen Sheila Boothby Stevens Fabu Phillis Carter Nancy Carpenter Enrique Gandara Michelle Kamin Judy Plaenert Olson Nancy Pandhi Jon Reneau James Ruhly Andrew Seaborg Robert Stroud Susan Titus Matt Weygandt Pam Woodman Janice Zmrazek

Non-Board Committee Members Dick Goldberg Sari Judge Anne Lucke Jane Pearlmutter Melissa Selinger Suzanne Swift Emily Wixson Learning for a Lifetime Campaign Cabinet David Maraniss, Honorary Chair Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, Chair Allen Arntsen Susan J.M. Bauman Jim Bradley Andrew Burish Dave Cieslewicz John Icke Nancy Mohs Peter Ritz Orange Schroeder Ex Libris Committee Tom DeChant, Chair Marnie Hulan, Co-Chair

Pam Woodman, Co-Chair Lainie Barber Nancy Carpenter Marta Gialamas Kurt Goetzka Sharon Goldsmith Katrina Kelly Susan Titus Lunch for Libraries Committee Nancy Carpenter, Chair Kris Bruns Libby Bradley Sam Crownover Sue Denholm Nancy Doll Paula Lutz Martha Vukelich-Austin Catherine Zdbeblick Book Club Challenge Committee Eleanor Odden, Chair Liz Amundson Nancy Carpenter John Icke Nancy Mohs

Judy Plaenert Olson Orange Schroeder Foundation Office Support Viletta Arneson Marilyn Brown Elizabeth Crom Shirley Droste Kathy Fahey Bruce Frudden Judy Kimball Pat Layne Lois Nelson Judy Plaenert Olson Sheryl Popuch Carol Sawyer Karen Shawkey Elaine Stevens Barb Williams Lois Nelson Judy Plaenert Olson Sheryl Popuch Carol Sawyer Karen Shawkey Elaine Stevens Barb Williams

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LOCATIONS Interim Central Library 126 S. Hamilton Street Madison, WI 53703 (608) 266-6300

Monroe Street Library 1705 Monroe Street Madison, WI 53711 (608) 266-6390

Alicia Ashman Library 733 North High Point Road Madison, WI 53717 (608) 824-1780

Pinney Library 204 Cottage Grove Road Madison, WI 53716 (608) 224-7100

Hawthorne Library 2707 E. Washington Avenue Madison, WI 53704 (608) 246-4548

Sequoya Library 4340 Tokay Boulevard Madison, WI 53711 (608) 266-6385

Lakeview Library 2845 N. Sherman Avenue Madison, WI 53704 (608) 246-4547

Goodman South Madison Library 2222 S. Park Street Madison, WI 53713 (608) 266-6395

Meadowridge Library 5740 Raymond Road Madison, WI 53711 (608) 288-6160

LOOKING AHEAD TO 2013: SAVE THE DATE Stacked September 19 Central Library Grand Opening September 21-22 Wisconsin Book Festival October 17-20 Ex Libris Volume III: Better With Beer November 1

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