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Madison Public Library and Madison Public Library Foundation

Annual Report 2009-2010


Madison Public Library Mission Madison Public Library promotes lifelong learning by creating welcoming spaces that offer collections and services to inform, inspire, enrich, and entertain. Madison Public Library Vision Madison Public Library is a leader in building and sustaining a literate citizenry, transforming lives through knowledge and information and enhancing Madison’s high quality of life.

Madison Public Library Foundation Mission The Madison Public Library Foundation promotes and supports Madison’s library facilities, services and programs. Madison Public Library Foundation Vision The Madison Public Library Foundation provides leadership and resources to help develop and sustain a world-class library system.

2010-2011 Library Board

2010-2011 Library Foundation Board

Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, President David Wallner, Vice-President Lawrence (Larry) Palm, Secretary/Treasurer & City Council Member Allen Arntsen, Director Ann Falconer, Director Barbara Karlen, Director Tracy K. Kuczenski, Director Gregory Markle, Director Beth Moss, Director

Richard Chandler, President Al Friedman, Vice-President Ted Crabb, Secretary Jessica MacNaughton, Treasurer Theodore (Tripp) Widder III, Immediate Past President Tom DeChant, Director Enrique Gandara, Director

Judith Plaenert Olson, Director Warren Onken, Director James Ruhly, Director Andrew Seaborg, Director Sheila Boothby Stevens, Director Robert Stroud, Director Susan Titus, Director Janice Zmrazek, Director

Acknowledgements Photo Credits: Michael Velliquette, Andy Manis, Shanna Wolf, Peter Patau, Jumpstart Volunteer, Madison Public Library and Madison Public Library Foundation Staff Design: Tsela Barr Copy Editors: Anna Bukowski, Courtney Davis


Dear Friends: The City of Madison’s public libraries continue to thrive and evolve as part of a strong community that values the knowledge available in libraries. All nine branches serve as important neighborhood anchors and centers of community learning. 160,000 library card-holding Madison citizens take advantage of what our library offers, including:

· Free access to books, ebooks and other digital content that are educational resources for learners of all ages and incomes. · Computers and internet access, plus assistance and training with computers, internet–related technology, and digital devices for persons of all skill levels. · Customized, on-call research assistance on any and all topics via online support, social media and a web site featuring research help and recommendations. · Educational events, classes and programs for people of all ages, often in conjunction with other community agencies. · Needed public spaces for neighborhood meetings, tutoring, social services and literacy outreach As we reflect on 2009-2010, the Library Board’s highlights include: · The new 20,000 square foot Sequoya Branch became a state-wide leader in 2009, with the highest circulation of any library building in Wisconsin. · The 2010 opening of the new Goodman South Madison Branch, as part of the City’s plan for redevelopment of a new Villager Mall – now known as the Village on Park – helped to develop a focus for economic and neighborhood development for Madison’s South Side. Both Sequoya and Goodman South meet the City’s energy and sustainability policies as LEED-Silver certified. · The Library Board and the City of Madison spent 2010 developing plans for a new Central Library to replace the current building, built in 1965. The proposed 120,000 square foot Central Library is expected to be open in late summer/fall of 2013 and will offer many new 21st century amenities including: access to power building-wide, small and large meeting rooms, study spaces for group and individual use, a partial green roof, and a goal of LEED – Gold certification to meet the City’s sustainability policies. We are proud to be part of a community that values libraries and their contributions to a learning environment, and we are especially proud of our association with community partners that work with us to offer the best library services possible - in particular, the Madison Public Library Foundation, the Madison Community Foundation, and the Branch Friends’ groups - all of which continue to contribute to make Madison’s Libraries the best they can be.

Theodore (Tripp) Widder III President, Library Board of Directors Madison Public Library

Barbara Dimick Library Director Madison Public Library


Dear Friends: On behalf of the board and staff of Madison Public Library Foundation, thank you for your part in making 2009 and 2010 outstanding and successful years. We feel incredibly blessed to be able to say that. The struggling economy has made life difficult for many people. But in these times, the library lives up to its mission to serve everyone in the community, providing internet access, job search assistance, tax help, and reading and recreation, at a time when things can seem overwhelming. Madison Public Library is proud to be a part of the solution – part of the fabric of a resilient community that retains optimism and pride even in a challenging environment. There have been many great moments in the past two years at the foundation. The Sequoya Endowment campaign raised $165,000, continuing a practice of establishing funds for the longterm support of the branch libraries. At the end of 2010, the brand-new Goodman South Madison Library replaced a small and well-worn branch in the Villager Mall. This new library received tremendous community support – our $630,000 commitment to the city was paid in full and over $100,000 in additional contributions will be used to establish the endowment for that branch. These investments have resulted in exactly what we hoped for … active, vibrant, community-based facilities that serve the diverse population of Madison. We hope that includes you, and that you are enjoying all that your neighborhood library has to offer. What lies ahead for the foundation will be the most exciting and daunting of tasks - raising $8.5 million to build a new Central Library. This long overdue project will have a transformative effect on the downtown and all of Madison, and on the South Central Library System as a whole. What will blossom from the old Central location will be a creative, user-friendly, state of the art new library which will be a model for urban libraries across the nation. The time has come to bring a world-class library to our world-class city. The progress and success of the foundation rest squarely on the shoulders of our many supporters. You lift us up, and we are continually humbled by the generosity of our community. Through its annual fund donations the foundation aims to meet the needs of the library beyond the basic programs funded by the city budget. Highlights of the grants made in the last two years show that we are seeding new programs, supporting technological advances, and responding to community needs. We are also maintaining a consistent practice of endowment investments – in good times and hard times – building both the general endowment and the branch endowments so that our efforts are equally impactful and sustainable. Thank you for being a friend of Madison Public Library. We hope to see you at “your library” soon. Sincerely,

Richard G. Chandler President of the Board of Directors Madison Public Library Foundation

Jennifer J. Collins Executive Director Madison Public LibraryFoundation


I N s piri n g s pa c e s Today’s public libraries provide more than just books. They serve as community centers, providing space for learning and collaboration. As the needs of the community keep growing, so do the branches! Since the opening of the new Sequoya branch in 2008, the Madison Public Library Foundation funding has helped the Madison Public Library system build or remodel several of its branches, expanding floor-space and programming in the process. The new Sequoya branch became so popular that the Madison Public Library Foundation funded additional Sunday hours to keep up with the busy branch. The Monroe Street Branch was renovated and refreshed

from carpet to ceiling, and the Goodman South Madison Branch nearly quadrupled in size, increasing community space and technological capacity. At the same time, citizens and community leaders gathered to help plan for a new Central Library. On December 7, 2010, after input from community members and library staff, architects from Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle and Potter Lawson presented schematic designs for a new Central Library. Construction is planned to begin will begin fall of 2011.

Updates at a Glance Branch

Year

New Features

Expansion

Sequoya

2008

Additional books, computers, internet and meeting spaces

From 12,000 to 20,000 square ft

Monroe Street

2009

New ceiling, lighting and carpet; fresh paint and furniture upgrades

Renovations of existing building

2010

Increased space for new technology, new books and small or large group use

From 3,500 to 12,000 square ft

Coming 2013!

Will include grater access to the collections; a high-tech production space for teens and non-profits; a spacious new children’s area; a coffee kiosk; quiet reading spaces and meeting rooms for up to 250 people

From 95,000 to 120,000 square ft

Goodman South Madison

Central Library

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I n s piri n g Spa c e s : M o n r o e S t r e e t Monroe Street’s New Look During its brief closing in the summer of 2009, eager neighbors peeked through the front windows of the branch, hoping for a glimpse of the renovations happening inside. At the reopening ceremony in September, they walked into a brighter, more beautiful library space. In an effort to uplift the Monroe Street Branch financially, the community rallied support from a variety of donors including the City of Madison, the Madison Public Library Foundation, the Monroe Street Library League, neighborhood associations and individual donors. They not only saved their library, they made it better.  “It’s inspiring to see a library with true support from its community,” Orange Schroeder, chair of the Monroe Street Library League, said. The recent renovations of the Monroe Street Branch facilities will, “truly match the commitment and passion of staff and patrons,” Schroeder said.

Former Mayor Dave speaks for the Monroe Street Branch at the reopening ceremony.

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I n s piri n g Spa c e s : S e q u o ya Sundays at Sequoya Only one year after its re-opening in late 2008, the new 20,000 square foot Sequoya Branch Library claimed the 2009 title for the highest circulation of any library building in the state of Wisconsin. To account for the branch’s growing use, the Madison Public Library Foundation granted $19,000 to establish Sunday hours from October-April. This provides more time for patrons to enjoy educational programs for children and adults, and to take advantage of comfortable meeting spaces, high-speed internet connections, and wireless access. 

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I N s piri n g s pa c e s : G o o d ma n S o u t h South Madison Branch Moves and Expands “Libraries are at the heart of every community,” Madison Community Foundation President Kathleen Woit said, as construction wrapped up at Goodman South Madison. The branch, named in honor of philanthropists Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman has certainly proved her right on Madison’s south side. The added space has made more room for collections and programs that benefit community members of all ages. The new children’s area, made possible by a $200,000 donation from the Madison Community Foundation, houses the Mae Mitchell multicultural children’s literature collection. Comprised of library books in Spanish and other world languages, the collection caters to the bilingual needs of the Goodman South neighborhood. The branch also expanded their literacy and ESL, English as a Second Language, programming for adults and sponsored a collection devoted to informed decision-making about life choices related to education, employment, and housing. “Irwin and Bob Goodman were both avid readers and believed that libraries are part of a strong foundation for a neighborhood,” said E. G. Schramka, a Goodman Foundation board member,“They would be proud and humbled to be associated with the South Madison Branch Library.”

City officials and donors kicked off construction at the ground breaking ceremony and gathered again at the ribbon cutting ceremony when the library was complete.

From left to right: Girl Scout Troop 2284, Library Board President Tripp Widder, Former Mayor Dave Cieslewicz and Alder Tim Bruer.

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I n s piri n g Spa c e s : C e n t ral L i b rar y From Concept to Construction  In 2010, the City embarked on a new library construction project – a rebuild of the 65year-old Central Library.  The architectural firms of Potter Lawson and Meye Scherer & Rockcastle held regular public meetings to help create the design for a new Central that reflects community needs and interests in its nearly 120,000 square feet. The public requested convenient access to power throughout the building, small and larger meeting rooms for group use and integration of green technology. The final design marries public suggestions with best practices in modern libraries. Construction will begin by the end of 2011 with an opening date in summer of 2013.  The Madison Public Library Foundation launched the Learning for a Lifetime capital campaign in 2010 to raise $8.5 million that, together with public funding and New Market Tax credits, will pay for the $30 million project.

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pr o g ram h i g h li g h t s As part of its mission to foster lifelong learning, all the nine branches of the Madison Public Library offer a wide array of events and classes. In 2009 and again in 2010, over 67,000 visitors participated in a library program. From preschool story time to community writing assistance, the programs are designed to fit participants’ needs at every stage of life. For a full list of the library’s events and classes, visit the Madison Public Library website: www.madisonpubliclibrary.org.

Summer Reading The Library’s most anticipated youth program is the annual Summer Vacation Reading program. Sponsored in part by the Madison Public Library Foundation, the program keeps schoolaged kids focused on reading - even when school’s out - with rewards like Madison Mallards tickets, coupons from local restaurants and free books.

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c o ll e c t i o n s Madison Community Foundation funds special collections The Madison Community Foundation gave $192,500 for Madison Public Library to create special library collections at seven branches over the next three years. The grant will “provide much-needed funds to help combat shrinking book budgets and rising prices," according to Carla DiIorio, Collection Development Coordinator for all Madison libraries. “We continue to support this wonderful asset and are thrilled to see the collections grow and be shared so widely across the county,” Kathleen Woit, President of the Madison Community Foundation The in-depth specialty collections will vary among the branches; each specialized to fit to their community.

Collections Alicia Ashman: Graphic novels & anime Hawthorne: Pop culture Lakeview: Film & film history Madison Central Library: Small business Meadowridge: Strong families Monroe Street: Audio books Pinney: Sustainable living Sequoya: Art of the picture book South Madison: Education and employment

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Collaborating with the Community Library Grants Provide Community Assistance The Job Hunt • Job assistance training sessions will increase at the Central Library and expand to other branches like Hawthorne and Meadowridge. Funded by a $15,590 federal LSTA (Library Services and Technology Act) grant for 2010, the sessions include one-on-one meetings to help with resumes, cover letters, email, online job applications and general computer skills. • In partnership with VISTA (Volunteers in Service To America), the Library offers classes and one-on-one sessions to help people hone new technical skills to increase their employability, find job opportunities and sharpen their application and interview skills, especially in a slowly recovering economy.

Financial Help • The IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) offers free tax help to library patrons in spring. The program is designed for low-income, handicapped or elderly citizens and is also available for non native speakers. Four libraries, Central, Lakeview, Pinney and Sequoya, offered the free service from January to April. • Second Harvest Foodbank helps those applying for FoodShare with the guidance of a FoodShare specialist.

Writing Support Funded by a grant from the Evjue Foundation, The UW-Madison Writing Center offers writing assistance at the local library branches. This service gives advice on resumes, job, applications, newsletters and articles.

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fi n a n c ial s Statement of Financial Position (Madison Public Library Foundation) Assets

2010

2009

Cash

$4,514,931

$490,529

$151,259

$373,758

$2,536

$2,773

$2,226,706

$2,049,656

$6,813

$9,103

Total Assets

$6,902,245

$2,925,819

Liabilities and Net Assets

2010

2009

$1,730

$968

$660,000

$31,000

$9,372

$8,346

Net Assets

$6,231,143

$2,885,505

Total

$6,902,245

$2,925,819

Unconditional Promises to give (net) Prepaid Expenses Beneficial interest in assets held by MCF Furniture and equipment (net)

Accounts Payable Grants Payable Accrued Expenses

Revenue and Support Contributions Investment Return Total

2010

2009

$4,104,158

$803,089

$169,325

$300,868

$4,273,483

$1,103,957

Expenses

2010

Program Services

$744,742

$215,617

Management and General

$99,535

$47,908

Fundraising

$83,568

$107,721

$927,845

$371, 246

Total

2009

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fi n a n c ial s Madison Public Library Foundation

Madison Public Library Foundation

2010 Expenses

2009 Expenses

Fundraising $83,568

Management and General $99,535

Fundraising 107,721

Program Services $215,617

Program Services $744,742

Management and General $47,908

Madison Measures checkouts (2010)

4,730,496

Visits (2010)

2,347,234

Internet use (# of people) 800,000

80000

700,000

70000

600,000

60000

500,000

50000

400,000

40000

300,000

547,216

693,432

30000

200,000

20000

100,000

10000

0

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Program Attendance (# of people)

0

2009

2010

67,545

68,918

2009

2010


Statement of Financial Position (Madison Public Library) REVENUES

2010

2009

City of Madison Library Appropriation

$12,165,259

$11,798,733

Dane County Library Service Reimbursement

$464,981

$538,749

South Central Library System Contractual Services

$381,649

$385,761

LINK Contractual Services

$462,304

$465,671

Fines and Fees

$629,856

$661,959

Grants

$198,818

$210,888

Other

$81,740

$103,089

Endowment

$29,082

$30,558

Reserves Applied

$667,019

$309,430

Total

$15,080,708

$14,504,838

EXPENDITURES

2010

2009

Salaries and Benefits

$9,689,235

$9,222,579

Library Books, Media and Databases

$1,491,666

$1,219,738

Facilities

$381,649

$952,391

LINKcat online computer operations

$948,139

$621,161

$1,214,953

$1,132,848

Supplies, Capital Assets

$481,004

$389,803

Purchased Services, Miscellaneous

$306,163

$255,974

Fund Balance Generated

$334,099

$710,345

$15,080,708

$14,504,838

Debt Retirement

Total

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fi n a n c ial s Madison Public Library Foundation Endowment Totals 2010 Endowment Fund Balances Madison Public Library Foundation

1,843,954

Sequoya Branch

$159,037

Lakeview Branch

$62,554

Hawthorne Branch

$13,096

Pinney Branch

$6,872

Print Books Purchase Fund

$95,547

Judy P. Olson Book Discussion Kit Fund

$6,805

All Madison Public Library Foundation endowments are held by Madison Community Foundation

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endowments Foundation Items Thank you A great and humble thank you goes to those who contributed to the Madison Public Library Foundation in 2009 and 2010. Donors made it possible for our libraries’ continued improvement and success. Every gift goes toward the unique programming and important services Madison Library branches offer. For the generosity that reached almost 5 million dollars in the last two years, we thank you. Mary Alice Coan

$10,095.62

Virginia Dymond

$1,000.00

Kathryn Elwers Trust

$43,885.80

Helen Matheson Rupp

$3,472,000

Marvin Wendt

$31,142.36

A Tribute to Helen Matheson Rupp Helen Matheson Rupp, the first woman executive at the Wisconsin State Journal, died in 2010 at age 88. Dedicated to her work as a journalist, she stayed at the State Journal from 1942 until her retirement in 1977. She first worked as a reporter and feature writer, later becoming Sunday editor in 1949 and assistant manager in 1957. Upon her retirement in 1977, she was awarded the YWCA-Madison’s Women of Distinction Award for community service, professional achievement, integrity, leadership, and dedication to the lives of others. After retirement, Matheson Rupp wrote on a freelance basis, traveled extensively and remained active in many professional and community organizations, many of them related to reading, history and civic engagement. Ken Frazier, former Director of UW-Madison’s General Library System, said “she believed that libraries were places that could inspire people…Her

career was devoted to writing and reading—and she herself was a great example of someone who never stopped being interested in learning new things.” Rupp left the Madison Public Library Foundation an unrestricted $3,472,000 in her estate. The Foundation’s board determined it will use $1,472,000 to seed the campaign for the new Central Library to ensure the success of the campaign in reaching its $8 million goal by 2013. And in keeping with the Foundation’s strong commitment to insuring future support for the entire Madison Public Library system, $2 million from the Rupp bequest has been reserved for the permanent endowment.  “Helen Matheson Rupp’s generosity will have a long-lasting impact on Madison’s public libraries and the people who rely on them,” said Rick Chandler, President of the Madison Public Library Foundation Board. “And our plan is that through the new Central Library and the endowment generations to come will benefit from this amazing gift.”

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2009 and 2010 Annual Fund Donors $1,000 and up Anonymous - 3 Anonymous - 4* Mr. Allen Arntsen* Attic Angel Association* Mr. James Cain and Ms. Miriam Simmons* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campbell* Mr. Allen Chase* Mr. Ted Crabb and Hon. Barbara Crabb* Ms. Barbara Dimick* Douglas Stewart Co.* Epic Systems* Mr. Richard Erney* Ms. Ellen M. Esser Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund* Mrs. Jeanette Foster*

John J. Frautschi Family Foundation* Ms. Mary Gallagher* Ms. Amy Gilliland* Irwin Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Don Gritzmacher* Mr. Barry Guinn* Ms. Cynthia Henige* Nelson G. and Vera C. Hicks Charitable Foundation* Duncan Highsmith and Ana Araujo* James and Joan Horsfall* Int’l. Foundation for Integrated Medicine* Ms. Amy Kaster* Keller Family Charitable Trust* Ms. Kathe King* Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc.*

Ms. Patricia Krueger* Mr. Marvin Levy* Mr. James Luckow* Mr. John Lussier Mr. Donovan Nagel* Ms. Diane C. Nienow* Mr. and Mrs. Philip Plourd* Glenn Reinl and Sara Krebsbach* Brent Sieling and Megan Schliesman* Strand Associates* Sub-Zero Foundation* Nick and Betsy Trane* United Way of Dane County* Stephen Wajda and Deborah Brandt* Mr. and Mrs. Tripp Widder* Mr. Tom Wolfe and Ms. Pat Powers*

$500-$999 Anonymous - 4 Anonymous - 13 * The American Endowment Foundation* David K. Anderson and Colleen Cleary* David R. and Mary Anderson Mrs. Anne Arnesen* John and Betty Batson Matthew Bershady and Amy Stambach* Dr. and Mrs. William Bird* Richard Chandler and Heidi Pankoke* Mr. Dean Connors Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Cook* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cornwell* Lezlie Cox Mr. James Crow Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dempsey* Stephan Deutsch and Judith Burstyn* Russ and Jean Endres Ms. Susan England* Al Friedman and Susan Tikalsky* Mrs. Deirdre W. Garton* David and Catherine Gillman* Nicholas Glass and Mary Jo Baumann* Gordon Flesch Co.* Ms. Rosemary Heitkemper* Thomas Kasper and Ann Rulseh*

Ms. Ruth Kearl* Ms. Anne Zellhoefer* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korn* Mr. Kent Lesandrini* Ms. Georgiana Luecker Scott and Jessica MacNaughton* Madison Community Foundation* Michael McLain Bruce Meier and Wendy Fearnside* John and Linda Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Donald Metz* Drs. Thomas and Irene Meyer* Thomas Neujahr

James and Judy Olson* Mr. Bob O’Neill* Ms. Mary Pautz* Dr. Mary Ellen Peters Plato, UW-Madison* Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roberts* Mr. and Mrs. James Roeber Rotter Family Foundation* Sauk Creek Neighborhood Assoc.* Ms. Dolly Schoenberg* Orange and Dean Schroeder James and Donna Schroeder Loris Schultz* Ms. Grace Stith Bob and Susan Titus Ms. Phyllis Turner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Updike* Vanguard Charitable Endowment Prog. Ms. Joann Walker WISC-TV Michael Feldman and Sandra Wolens Woman’s Club of Madison* David Allen Wood and Jane Doughty* Mr. John Zeinemann

$250-$499 Anonymous - 4 Anonymous - 27* Mr. A. Roy Anderson* Dick and Liz Askey* Norman Bassett Foundation Ms. Nancy Bauer* Mr. Warren Bauer* Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck Mr. and Mrs. Jim Becker Dr. Carolyn Bell & Ms. Sarah Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berdal

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Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Better Ms. Helen Boley* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Borowski* Lloyd and Genevieve Bostian Mr. Thomas Broman* John and Ruth Brown* Warren Buckles and Wendy Rakower* Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bugg* Mr. and Mrs. Doug Carlson* Mr. Charles R. Carpenter* Mr. Peter Clark

Ms. Norma Denbrook* Mr. and Mrs. William Dove* Mr. Patrick Ducey* Mr. and Mrs. John Dyar* Mr. Anthony S. Earl* Ms. Jane Eisner* Ms. Ann Falconer* Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fix* Robert Frank and Jeanne Pitot-Frank Kurt Goetzka and Teresa Adams Mr. Richard H. Goldberg* Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010


$250-$499 (continued) Ms. Beverly Gottlieb* Ms. Gail Harms* Ms. Jane Heymann Ms. Pamela Hill & Ms. Sheryl Jones Ms. Enid Hoffman* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, Jr.* Charles Kalish and Maria Cancian Ms. Esther Kaplan Mr. Robert Kimbrough Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kleinhenz* James and Renee Knight Mr. Allen Knop and Ms. Linda Sweeney* Ms. Helaine Kriegel Mr. and Mrs. James Krikelas Richard Kunert & Brenda Spychalla* Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lardy* Ms. Elizabeth S. Lawrence and Mr. David B. Nance Charles Leadholm and Jeanne Parus Ms. Jane Lewis* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Richard Love* Ms. Joan Lundin* Madison Civics Club* Mr. and Mrs. Arden Mahlberg* Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mahr* Mr. and Mrs. William Marten* Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Marwell* Ms. Marie McCabe* Mark and Joyce Messer* Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. John Moore* Mr. and Mrs. Peter Napoleone* Ms. Gail Nordheim Dr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Olson*

Mr. Paul Patenaude* Kato Perlman* Mr. and Mrs. Tony Peterangelo* Pierce’s Supermarket Inc.* Robert Frank and Jeanne Pitot-Frank Ms. Sarah Ramirez Joseph Ranney and Rebecca Rice* Mr. and Mrs. W. Charles Read* Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reese Ms. Linda Reivitz* Richard Rhyme and Anne Rodgers-Rhyme Mr. Steve Roffler and Ms. Elizabeth Tuttle* Mr. Joel Rogers and Ms. Sarah Siskind* Ms. Virginia Rogers* Mr. Jules M. Rosenthal* James Schad and Celia Kiela* Stephen Scheibel & Jane Pearlmutter* Ms. Berneice Schneider* Mrs. Joyce Schneider* Mr. John Schroeder* Mr. and Mrs. Eric Schulenburg* Ms. Lynda Schultz* Schwab Charitable Fund* Mr. William Sheldon* Mr. Paul Sherman* Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sinclair* Prof. and Mrs. Marcus Singer* Mr. and Mrs. A. Neil Skinner Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sobota* Mr. and Mrs. Guy Somers* Ms. Melissa Sosman* Mr. Phillip Stark*

Ms. Dorothy Swennes* Mr. Jeffrey Swiggum and Ms. Lori Smetana* Mr. and Mrs. James Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Thain* Richard Thal and Jill Maidenberg* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Traut* Ms. Elizabeth Tuttle* Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Van Eyck* Mr. & Mrs. Charles Varco* Michael Verveer Russ Vogel and Dae Jean Jahnke* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Voichick* Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wall Ms. Karen Warren* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waterman, Jr.* Dr. David Watts and Ms. Nancy Dodge Mr. and Mrs. James Weiland* June Weisberger Blanchard* Ms. Paula Wick* Ms. Barbara J. Williams* Woodman’s Markets* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zillner*

$100-$249 Anonymous - 26 Anonymous - 71* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander* Mr. and Mrs. George Alfano* Henry Anderson and Shirley Levine Mr. and Mrs. James L. Anderson* Mr. Myron Anderson Michael and Rima Apple* Dr. and Mrs. Hubert Ashman Ms. Jan Axelson Mr. and Mrs. William Babcock* Ron Baeseman and Sandra Person* Ms. Barbara Baker* Mr. James Bakken* Tino Balio* Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ballering* Bill Barker and Susan Paskewitz William Barker and Susan Paskewitz Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnhill* Douglas Batty and Cara Hoffert Ellis and Susan Bauman Bernard Bazan and Julie Shiner-Bazan*

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beatty* Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beecher* Ms. Linda Beglinger Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Beilke Mr. John Bell and Ms. Lauren Bern* Ms. Lois Bell* Ms. Sandy Bell* John Benton and Lori Grapentine* Craig Berridge and Tracy Kuczenski Robb and Kathie Besteman* Mr. and Mrs. Phil Blake Robert D. Blank* Ms. Dorothy Blotz* Allan and Margaret Bogue* Sheila Boothby Stevens BOP, LLC Ms. Beth Boris Mr. Deric Bownds* Ms. Joan Box* Mr. Thomas M. Boykoff Bill and Judy Braham* Jeffrey Brauer & Ann Kennedy

Mike Brennecke and Mary Laedtke Mr. Michael K. Bridgeman* Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bringe* Kirk Brown & Lori Diprete Brown William Brumsickle & Henny Regnier Mr. Douglas Bucholtz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckner* Ms. Barbara Buenger Ms. Cynthia Bush Mr. Eliot Butler* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Campo Ms. Joan Capelle* Mr. and Mrs. Max Carbon* Bradley Carl and Merideth Trahan* Mr. and Mrs. Ian Carlson* Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carpenter* Mr. David Caulum Kristin Churchill and Jaal Ghandhi Ms. Nancy Ciezki Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cis* Leonard Cizewski and Cheryl Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Clemons* Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010

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2009 and 2010 Annual Fund Donors $100-$249 (continued) Ms. Carol Cohen* Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana, Inc. Gregory and Dorothy Conniff Ann Conroy Ms. Mary Conroy Joseph Corry & Barbara Weston Corry Ms. Cecilia Coyle* Ms. Nancy Crabb Ms. Beverly Cramer Dr. Laurence and Mrs. Patricia Crocker* Mr. William S. Cudlipp III Ms. Shirley Culp Ms. Lynne Beth Cummings* Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cummings* Ms. Erma Curtis* Ms. Lois Curtiss* Ms. Nora Cusack Ms. Annette Czarnecki* Mr. John A. Dadmun* Mr. Eligio D’Agostino Dakota Community Unit School District Richard and Peggy Daluge* Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Danielsen* James and Nancy Dast* Frederick Davis Ms. Margaret Davis Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Davis* Mr. Robert W. Davis* Johan Den Boon & Anne Bilder* Denlinger Drum Family* Mr. Steven Denowski* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dereszynski* Clarence and Permala Lee DeSpain* Gene and Bea Dewey* Ms. Jane Dickert* Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dillman* Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dilweg Ms. Sarah Dimiceli* Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Douma* Mr. Greg Downey & Ms. Julie Yendrek Gov. and Mrs. James Doyle Ms. Kay Drew* Stan and Jean Druckenmiller Mr. and Mrs. Neil Duffie* Charles Dufresne and Maria Moreno Denlinger Drum Family* Mr. Steven Denowski* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dereszynski* Clarence and Permela Lee DeSpain* Gene and Bea Dewey* Ms. Jane Dickert* Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dillman* Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dilweg Ms. Sarah Dimiceli* Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Douma* Mr. Greg Downey & Ms. Julie Yendrek Gov. and Mrs. James Doyle Ms. Kay Drew* Stan and Jean Druckenmiller

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Mr. and Mrs. Neil Duffie* Charles Dufresne and Maria Moreno Ms. Shirley Dumas* Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Edelman* Mr. and Mrs. David Edie* Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Ellerkamp Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Ellingson* Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Emmerich Mr. and Mrs. Brad Emmert* Mr. and Mrs. Ken Engelman Ms. Kathy England* Ms. Barbara Esch Ms. Jean Espenshade Mr. George Farah Dr. Eugene Farley* Ms. Jean Farrell-Holtan* Ms. Janet Faulhaber* Ms. Jennifer Feiler* Mr. Clyde Filas-Mortensen* Ms. Nancy Finley Ms. Dianne Fisher* Mr. and Mrs. David Flesch Mr. Kevin Fliege* Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Flynn* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fok*

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ford* Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Fox* Ms. Barbara J. Fraser* Jed and Deirdre Frees* Ms. Carol Froistad Mr. Robert Fry* Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gardner, Jr.* John and Fanny Garver* Mr. and Mrs. John Gehn Valy Goepfrich* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gojmerac* Mr. Dick H. Goldberg & Ms. Lisa Munro James and Laura Good* Ralph and Raelene Goodwin Mr. Thomas Goodwyn* Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goren Alice Gould* Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Gould* Michael and Kari Grasee Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greblo* Mr. and Mrs. Evan Greenland* Mr. Robert Greenler* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer Mr. and Mrs. John Grigas*

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gross* Ms. Lila Gullixson* Dennis Gustin & Sandra Martinson* Timothy Hacker and Carol Chen* Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Halle* Mary Ann Halvorson and George Olsen* Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hansen* Roger and Nancy Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Don Harkness Inge Harris* Ms. Helen Hay Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hayden* Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Hecht* Ms. Constance Hegerfeld Mr. and Mrs. John P. Heiner Lynn and Bobette Heller* Mr. David Henige and Ms. Janice Behn* Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Hernandez* Mr. Steve Herschleb* Mr. Tod Highsmith and Ms. Joan Braun* Mr. Christopher Hill* Mr. Mark Hill and Ms. Sue Dentinger Lorne Hillier* Ms. Elizabeth Himpsel* Ms. Lois Hindhede* Mr. and Mrs. George Hinger* Ms. Suzanne Hodgman Mr. Randy Hoffman Mr. Bruce Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hogg* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holec* Michael and Laura Holt Ms. Carol Holtsapple* Steve Holzhauer Allen Holzhueter and Kathryn Hartman* Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hopkins* Mr. and Mrs. Ulfert Hornemann* Mr. and Mrs. James Hornung* Mr. and Mrs. William Pharis Horton* Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howe Ms. Penny M. Hubbard* James Hudson and Diane Martin* Ms. Alice Huebner* Thomas H. Hurst and Kleo Baruth Kritz Mr. and Mrs. John Icke Ms. Betty Iltis* Ms. Susie Fritz Jablonic Mr. and Mrs. David Jamieson* Ms. Joann Jansen* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jeanne Dr. and Mrs. Norman Jensen* Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jensen* Ms. Nancy Jesse* Ronald Jetty and Tammy Kempfert Ms. Jean E. Johnson* Ms. Johanna Johnson* Kurt, Linda and Greg Johnson Ralph Johnson & Nancy Westphal-Johnson* Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010


$100-$249 (continued) Ms. Virginia R. Johnson Brian and Laurel Joiner Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones* Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Jones* Mr. Robert Jorgenson Axel Junker and Linda Danielson* Mr. Alfred Kadushin* Mr. Phil Kammerer Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kanner* Mr. Jeffrey Kassel* Paul and Margaret George Kaufman* Dr. Elisabeth Kaveggia* Frederick Kelcz and Sheryl Popuch Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kent* Mr. Walter Keough* Ms. Deborah Kief Mr. Steve Kihm Ms. Judith Kimball Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. King Jr. Lesley Kircher* Mr. Robert Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. James Kleeman* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Klein* Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kleinheinz* Stephen and Judie Kleinmaier* Ms. Charlene Koci Mr. Robert Koehler* Stan and Sharon Koenig* Dr. Patricia Kokotailo* Ms. Lois Komai* Ms. Carol Korf* Ms. Jacqueline K. Lahr* Mr. and Mrs. Terry Larson Mr. and Mrs. James Laudon* Mrs. Barbara Lazewski* Ms. Rhonda Lee* Ms. Yvonne Lee* Mr. and Mrs. Vern Leibbrandt* Bob and Joanne Lenburg* Ms. Roma Lenehan* Ms. Gerda Lerner* Ms. Beverly Lewis* Ms. Margaret Lindberg* Ms. Jane Lindsay Louis and Frankie Locke* Mr. Donald Loker* Robert and Lyzbett Long* Birl and Esther Lowery* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lowndes* Ms. Anne Lucke Ms. Marjory Lyford* Mr. Gary Lyons and Ms. Jayne Squirrell Madison Art Guild, Inc. Madison Jewish Community Council* Mr. and Mrs. Saverio Maglio* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mahler* Mrs. Ruth Mahler* Mr. William Mallatt

Kirk and Mary Malnor Mr. and Mrs. Olvi Mangasarian* Mr. Robert March Mr. Leonard Massie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matthews* Ms. Dorla Mayer Ms. Anne McAleavy* Ms. Anne McCambridge* Daniel and Mari McCarty Ms. Holly McEntee* Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGraw* Beverly McKelvey Thomas McKenna and Sara Crawford Mr. Frank McNutt Ms. June Melder* Mr. Paul Menzel Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyerson Mike and Sally Miley* Madison Jewish Community Council* Mr. and Mrs. Saverio Maglio* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mahler* Mrs. Ruth Mahler* Mr. William Mallatt Kirk and Mary Malnor Mr. and Mrs. Olvi Mangasarian* Mr. Robert March Mr. Leonard Massie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matthews* Ms. Dorla Mayer Ms. Anne McAleavy* Ms. Anne McCambridge* Daniel and Mari McCarty Ms. Holly McEntee* Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGraw* Beverly McKelvey Thomas McKenna and Sara Crawford Mr. Frank McNutt Ms. June Melder* Mr. Paul Menzel Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyerson Mike and Sally Miley* Mr. and Mrs. Joel Minkoff* Ms. Clara M. Mohr* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mohs* Craig Monroe and Shirley Krsinich Mr. and Mrs. James D. Moore* Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore* Ms. Kate Morand* Dr. John Morledge Ms. Diane Morrissey Ms. Susan Mueller* Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mueller Ms. Jacqueline Mulhern* Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munson* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nagle National Mutual Benefit* Ms. Margie Navarre Saaf* Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neitzel*

David L. Nelson and Brook Soltvedt* Mr. Edward Nelson* Mr. Larry D. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nettleton* Mr. and Mrs. Chris Neumann* Dan and Gillian Nevers* Mr. Steve Nicks & Ms. Mary Burke Richard Niess and Laurie Elwell Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Nordby Leonard Nosal, Jr. and Gretchen Macht Daniel and Judy Nystrom* Mr. and Mrs. Joel Minkoff* Ms. Clara M. Mohr* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mohs* Craig Monroe and Shirley Krsinich Mr. and Mrs. James D. Moore* Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore* Ms. Kate Morand* Dr. John Morledge Ms. Diane Morrissey Ms. Susan Mueller* Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mueller Ms. Jacqueline Mulhern* Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munson* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nagle National Mutual Benefit* Ms. Margie Navarre Saaf* Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neitzel* David L. Nelson and Brook Soltvedt* Mr. Edward Nelson* Mr. Larry D. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nettleton* Mr. and Mrs. Chris Neumann* Dan and Gillian Nevers* Mr. Steve Nicks & Ms. Mary Burke Richard Niess and Laurie Elwell Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Nordby Leonard Nosal, Jr. and Gretchen Macht Daniel and Judy Nystrom* Mr. and Mrs. Bob Riley* Mr. and Mrs. Norman Risjord* Mr. and Mrs. William Risley* Mr. Fred Risser* Peter Ritz and Carrie Macklin Ritz Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010

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2009 and 2010 Annual Fund Donors $100-$249 (continued) Ms. Sylvia B. Robertson* Mr. Richard Robinson* Mr. John Rockenbach Robert and Constance Roden* Jeff and Pat Roggensack* Ms. Nancy Roisum* Richard Ross and Margaret Harrigan* Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rothering* Michael and Judith Rothschild Kendall and Mary Rouse Mr. and Mrs. Barry Rowe* Mr. William Rowe*

Drs. Howard Rowley & Carol Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rueckert Ms. Linda Rusche* Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Russell Mr. Morris Sadicario* Mr. and Mrs. Bill Samdahl Dr. and Mrs. Greg Samuels Ms. Ruth Saunders* Mr. & Mrs. Scott Sawyer Ms. Louise Schadauer Ms. Christine Schelly Tom and Lynn Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schneider Ms. Helen Schneider* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schott* Vernice Schreier Ms. Eileen Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schuette

Ms. Cathern Schultz* Ms. Gwen Schultz* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwartz* Mr. Allan Scidmore* Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Seaborg Dr. and Mrs. William Segar* Mr. William Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shawkey* Marleigh Sheaff* Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sheets Ms. Julie Shiner-Bazan* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shinners* Mrs. Anne Short* Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shulla Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siegel David Silverberg and Elizabeth Huebel* Mr. Scot Simpson and Ms. Phyllis Davis* Mr. and Mrs. David Slautterback Charles Smalley & Connie Palmer* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith* Mr. and Mrs. Florian Smoczynski* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Solomon* Elizabeth Stager and David Koehler* Jefferson Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stauber* Mr. and Mrs. Greg Steinberger* Henry Steinberger and Gail Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steuer* Ms. Elaine Stevens* Ms. Lynne Stevens Mark and Kari Stokosa Mr. and Mrs. David Storley* Paul Strommen & Judith Leimer Rob and Mary Stroud Ms. Emma Strowig David Sulman and Anne Altshuler* Mr. Milton Sunde* Ross Swaney and Elizabeth Greene* Mr. Mark Sweet Richard Sweet and Judith Zvara Ken Swift and Diane Coccari* Ms. Judith A. Taylor Kenneth Taylor and Kristin Davis Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tessmer* Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thacker* Mr. Earl Thayer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thilly

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas Joe and Pauline Thome* Ms. Kate J. Thompson* Mr. Christopher Thorn Ms. Marcia E. Topel* Susan Toth and Nancy Jane Peirce* Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Tremelling* Mr. Bruce Tulloch* Mr. and Mrs. James Van Loenen* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vandervest* Dr. and Mrs. A. Paul Vastola* Ms. Yvonne Vitense* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waity* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walz* Dr. and Mrs. Walter Washburn* Mr. Laurence J. Weber* George Weidner & Marilyn Yeates Mr. Allyn Weinert* Laurence & Frances Weinstein Fndt. Inc.* Ms. Lee Weiss* Ms. Amanda Werhane Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth West William and Sally White Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams* Royce Williams Chandin Wilson and Susan Overlock Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wilson* Robert J. and Vera Wilson Ms. Helen Wineke* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wixson* Kathleen Woit Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wold* Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf* Mr. and Mrs. John A. Woods* Al and Dale Wortley Mr. and Mrs. Erik Wright Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Wulfsberg* Mr. John Yin and Ms. Teresa Lau* Ms. Phyllis L. Young* Mr. and Mrs. James Youngerman* Ms. Susan Zahner* Mr. Robert Zank* Tom and Kathie Zaremba* Mr. Wilbur Zemlicka Aijuan Zhong and Yonggang Su*

Jacob and Lucy Altwegg Ms. Carole J. Anderson Jerry Anderson and Holly Jorgenson Ms. Susan Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Andreas Mrs. Irmgard Andrew* Ms. Mara Ansfield* Ms. Catherine Antczak Gary and Martha Antoniewicz*

Mr. Alan Attie Sheldon Auerbach & Carol Crocker Kenneth and Ann Axe Ms. Carole Ayres* Mr. Roger T. Bannerman Howard and Lindy Barden Mr. and Mrs. James Bartelt Ms. Susan Barthel* Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bass

$99 and under Anonymous - 74 Anonymous - 55* Aeron Adams Mr. and Mrs. William Ahern Ms. Marjorie Aiello Ms. Joan Dros Allen Destree Design Architects Mr. and Mrs. Brian Alme Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alt

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$99 and under (continued) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Basting James and Dorothy Batt Ms. Margaret Baumgartner* Ms. Carmella Beattie* Mr. and Mrs. Dave Beck-Engel Ms. Molly Belt* Mr. and Mrs. James Bendewald Ms. Sandra J. Bennett* Ms. Evaline Benson Mr. and Mrs. David Berman* Mr. Richarad Berry Bennett Berson and Rebecca Holmes Ghita Bessman* Ashok Bhargava* Ms. Barbara Bickford* Mr. and Mrs. George Bielefeld Ms. Linda L. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Blakeslee* Ms. Gladys Blanchar* Ms. Linda Bloom* Mr. David Blough David Blouin and Claire Gervais Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boe* Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boedecker* Ms. Barbara Boehm Ms. Zona Boelsing Karen Bolden Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Borman Ms. Susan Bowditch Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowser Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Boyer Mr. David Brace Mr. Mark Brill and Ms. Janis Littel Tom and Meg Brock* Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brookins Ms. Victoria Browning Ms. Jean Bruess Ms. Pauline Bruhnke* Mrs. Myra Brunmeier Brooke Bryand Karen Buchanan Ms. Mary L. Buchner* Robert and Tracy Buchta Mr. Tim Budke & Ms. Jane M. Bernatovich Mr. Roger Buffett* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bunge Ms. Maria Burger* Bob and Mary Burke Saretta Burke* Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cain* Mr. Michael Cain and Ms. Anita Sprenger Ms. Ruth Calden* Ms. C. Cameron Ms. Sharon Carlson Harry Carnes and Ann Gullickson Ms. Eleanor Caro* Ms. Margaret Carrao* Peter and Carol Carstensen Ms. Christina Casper*

Joseph and Mary Cassinelli Eleanor Cautley Larry J. Chapman & Paula Volpiansky Ms. Phillida Charly* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chase Mr. and Mrs. David Cheney Ms. Pat Chevis Mr. John Chladek* Mr. and Mrs. Julius Chosy Ms. Janice Christensen* Mr. Jim Christensen* Ms. Louise Clark Mr. and Mrs. James Cleasby* Mr. Thomas Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Clifton* Ms. Lauren Cnare Ms. Judy Coburn Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Randall Converse James Conway and Katherine Trace Ms. Diana Cook Mr. Ron Cook Mr. and Mrs. John Cotter Mrs. Nancie Cotter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cotter* Ms. Carol Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crocker Alan and Karen Crossley* Ms. Margaret Cullen Gordon and Vera Cunningham* Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Darkow* Ms. Dawn Dash Ms. Kristin Daugherty Ms. Elizabeth Davies Sarah Day Mr. Stephen Dembski* Ms. Nancy Dendaas Ms. Jeanne DeNovo Mr. Ray Devine Mr. Clemens Dohmeier Namgang Dolma and Sherab Kapkoe Ms. Sheryl Donnino Ms. Kathy Doran

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Downs Tim Drexler Mr. John Driscoll* John and Mary Driscoll Ms. Eve Drury* Therese Duranso* Mr. and Mrs. William Dusso Ms. Julie Eckenwalder Mr. Thomas Eckstein* Gretchen Edwards Bruce Ehlke* Henry and Susan Eichhorn Ms. Linda Eisele Mr. Jim Eisenmann Hada Ellinger Mr. James Elliott* Mr. Joseph M. Elliott Mr. Charles Elson* Ms. Janet Emmerich Mr. Gary L. Engel* Ms. Beverly Engeldinger Ms. Joyce Ensign* Robert and Charlene Entwistle* Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Esenther Mr. and Mrs. John Eshelman* Mr. and Mrs. James Esser Mrs. Elvere Evans* Ms. Patricia Evans* Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Eveland Gale and Charlotte Ewald Mr. and Mrs. David Fahrbach* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fahrenbach

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Falch Paul and Elizabeth Faye Ms. Hildy Feen* Ms. Anna Femrite Ms. Sandra Feria* Mr. Robert Ferrett and Ms. Cindy Fesemyer Mr. and Mrs. George Findlen* Dale and Janine Finke* Ms. Edith First* Ms. Claudia Fischer* Ms. Ellen Fisher Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010

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2009 and 2010 Annual Fund Donors $99 and under (continued) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Foley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forbess* Ms. Carolyn Foster Mr. R. B. Fowler* Mr. Clemens Dohmeier Namgang Dolma and Sherab Kapkoe Ms. Sheryl Donnino Ms. Kathy Doran Mr. and Mrs. Warren Downs Tim Drexler Mr. John Driscoll* John and Mary Driscoll Ms. Eve Drury* Therese Duranso* Mr. and Mrs. William Dusso Ms. Julie Eckenwalder Mr. Thomas Eckstein* Gretchen Edwards Bruce Ehlke* Henry and Susan Eichhorn Ms. Linda Eisele Mr. Jim Eisenmann Hada Ellinger Mr. James Elliott* Mr. Joseph M. Elliott Mr. Charles Elson* Ms. Janet Emmerich Mr. Gary L. Engel* Ms. Beverly Engeldinger Ms. Joyce Ensign* Robert and Charlene Entwistle* Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Esenther Mr. and Mrs. John Eshelman* Mr. and Mrs. James Esser Mrs. Elvere Evans*

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Ms. Patricia Evans* Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Eveland Gale and Charlotte Ewald Mr. and Mrs. David Fahrbach* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fahrenbach Mr. and Mrs. Dick Falch Paul and Elizabeth Faye Ms. Hildy Feen* Douglas Hendrix and Sherrie Gates-Hendrix Ms. Jane Henning* Jeff Henriques and Laurie Frost Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hershkowitz* Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hickey Mrs. Rose Van Vranken Hickey Ms. Helen Hift* Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert R. Hillman Ms. Ruth Hind* Judith Hoard & Beth Ringgenberg* Ms. Ruth Hodgson* Karen Holden Richard and Marlene Hollern Rebecca Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horton William and Kathryn Hoyt* Bradley and Sarah Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hundt* Dr. and Mrs. D. William Hurst* Mr. and Mrs. John Hurst* Ms. Irene Ilgen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iwen* Mr. Arthur W. Janeck Mr. Manucher Javid* Ms. Debra Jellings Ms. Catherine L. Jenkins

Mr. Lyle Jensen* Jeffrey Jerred and Yael Gen Mr. David B. Johnson* Ms. Frances R. Johnson* Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Johnson Milton Johnson, Jr. & Eileen Kennedy Ms. Nancy Adams Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Jones Donors marked with * gave in both 2009 and 2010


Bra n c h D o n at i o n s Sequoya Endowment Fund - $1000 and over Anonymous - 2 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Banas Dean Clark Ron Daggett Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dempsey Epic Systems Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Friends of Pinney Branch Library Friends of Sequoya Branch Mr. Dick Goldberg and Ms. Lisa Munro

Ida Haaker Colleen Hayes Nelson G. and Vera C. Hicks Charitable Foundation Stuart Levitan and Terese Berceau Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lynch M&I Bank Jean MacCubbin and Alan Seeger Madison Community Foundation John and Linda Merrill Midvale Heights Community Assoc.

Dipesh Navsaria and Ranie Huntington Nevin Olson and Jesse Kaysen Dr. Mary Ellen Peters James Schad and Celia Kiela Mr. Paul Sherman Mr. and Mrs. George Tesar Ms. Phyllis Turner Westmorland Neighborhood Association Tripp and Nancy Widder Ms. Marjorie Zimmerman

South Madison Capital Campaign - $1,000 and up Ms. Linda Baumann Brynn Bemis Burr Oaks Neighborhood Association Mr. Ted Crabb and Hon. Barbara Crabb CUNA Mutual Foundation Dane County Credit Union David and Janet Daniel Tom DeChant and Paul Gibler Ms. Barbara Dimick Douglas Stewart Co Timothy and Victoria Enright The Evjue Foundation Inc. John and Jeanne Flesch Friends of Madison Public Library Friends of Pinney Branch Library Friends of Sequoya Branch Friends of South Madison Branch Mr. Dick Goldberg and Ms. Lisa Munro Sue Goldwomon Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Foundation

Len and Terrie Goren David G. Hague Stephen Hurley Ms. Margaret Jensen Jesse Kaysen and Nevin Olson Jay and Renee Knight

Nancy Maczka Madison Community Foundation Madison Public Library Foundation Patricia Meloy Ms. Margie Navarre Saaf Dipesh Navsaria and Rania Huntington The Oscar Rennebohm Foundation Inc. Park Bank Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rall Rouse Management Inc. Orange and Dean Schroeder Strand Associates Suby Von Haden & Associates Jeffrey Swiggum and Lori Smetana US Bank Lloyd Velicer & Sharon Mulak Tripp and Nancy Widder Wipfli Wisconsin Management Co. Inc. Alex and Nancy Young Chris Wagner

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M e m o rial H o n o r s In memory of Sheldon Auerbach Peter and Nancy Auerbach Carol Crocker Victoria and Timothy Enright Eugene and Barbara Haak ITT Corporation Kari Martell Gordon Peay Chris and Rita Rumbelow Cheri Seeger Karen Sterr In memory of Sally Benforado Anonymous Parmen’s Service Station In memory of Mary Catherine Costello Brown Barbara Dimick Susan Lee Deb Lehnherr Margie Navarre-Saaf Carol Sawyer In honor of Tom DeChant Paul Gibler Howard and Judith Landsman In memory of Virginia Dymond Fred and Judy Middleton Audrey Sundermann Kim Vergeront and Andy Cohn In memory of Wilbur Lyle Eberhart Stephen and Barbara Arnold Charles and Joanne Bunge Janet Eberhart Don and Ann Marie Eberhart Lousie Eberhart Warren and Sharon Gaskill Mitch and Jess Helle-Morrissey Herbert Hellen William Jambrek Henry and Miye Kanazawa John and Ginny Moore Kruse Daniel Luoma and Joyce Eberhart Frances Luoma Julie Risovi family Thomson Reuteurs S&T Technology Group John Selegue, Edith and Paul Selegue Eberhart Alison Smith Mary Struckmeyer Evelyn Thompson Willard Thurlow Lore Wahl In memory of Gerald Eggleston Thomas Boykoff James and Nancy Dast Susan Dorst

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Friends of Lakeview Branch Library John and Elizabeth Gill Barbara Karlen Walton and Loy Nelson Paul’s Book Store Richard and Janice Paynter Shirley Robbins Ann Sowaske Shirley Sundquist Jingwei Yu Denis and Laura Vogel

In memory of Richard Froistad Carol Froistad Carol Sawyer Scot Simpson and Phyllis Davis In memory of Nora Gregoire Carol Froistad Doug and Jane Roughen In memory of Eve Howe Evelyn Howe Payson Alexander Skinner Joan Smoke In memory of Herb Howe Anonymous Ted and Barbara Crabb Alexander Skinner Barbara Williams

In memory of Marjorie Brothwell Hurie Ellis and Susan Bauman James and Gwen Borlaug The Burish Group Leonard Cizewski and Cheryl Robinson Mary Jo Howard Croake Larry and Pat Crocker David and Janet Daniel Dan and Barbara Dempsey William, Sabina and Hailey DiCindio Howard and Jean Druckenmiller Douglas and Nancy Dupont Randall and Yvonne Eide Eve and Marc Galanter

Mari Gasiorowicz and Linda Scholl Miles Gerstein and Susan Davis Amy Gilliland Tom Haupt Daniel and Linda Hopfensperger Craig Hungerford and Linda Olson Murray and Susan Katcher Daniel Lee Kleinman and Susan Bernstein Carol Klukaczewski Jeffrey Lange and Eileen Marsh Joan Laurion Judith Leipold Rosalind Levin Allen and Joan Liegel Arthur and Susan Lloyd Horst Lobe Madison and Dane County Public Health Workers Teresa Maiola Rachel and Grant Mantz Janey Meath Matthew Milolajewski Richard and Linda Moyer Robert and Marilyn Mussallem Susan Nelson Susan Padberg Isabella Popic James Pugh and Mary Charnitz Steve and Angela Read Michael and Judith Rothschild Wilton Sandners and Sue Milch Donald and Barbara Sanford Nancy Schaefer Stephen Scheibel and Jane Pearlmutter Thomas Schirz and Kate Kvale Carl and Elizabeth Silverman Staff of the City Comptroller’s Office State of WI Immunization Office Jule Stroick Jagdish and Kusum Syal Earl and Peg Thomas Richard Tillema Urban Leage of Greater Madison, Inc. Vascular Surgery Staff-University of Michigan Venture Investors, LLC James and Susan Vergeront Martin Verhelst Dave Wegner and Joni Nowak James Werth and Anne Kenny Gray Williams and Luba Konowalskyj James and Nancy Youngerman In memory of W. Thomas Lamm John and Constance Carlson Diana Durant Polly and James Kuelbs Patsy Lamm Richard Lehmann Barbara Samuel Peter and Deena Williams


In honor of Chris Wagner Jane Pearlmutter Frank Sasse and Mary Louise Gomez Leon and Shirley Saryan Donna Schleicher Amanda Stein In honor of David Wallner Paul and Susan Fieber James W. Heck Jr. Thomas Kasper and Ann Rulseh Howard and Judith Landsman Mike and Sally Miley James E. Murphy and Rose Garner Russell Potter and Marcia Kraus Tripp Widder In memory of Rebecca (Becky) Young Ken and Jeannette Golden M. Crawford Young Marjorie Aiello in honor of Mr. Thomas Mildred Albrecht in memory of Norman G. Albrecht Lois Albright in memory of John G. Albright Mary and Greg Ament and Kathy and John Turba in memory of Colleen German Gordie and Betty Amick in memory of Lester and Vera Moe, Minnie Amick in honor of George Amick David K. Anderson and Colleen Cleary in memory of Judy Pilger Jerry Anderson and Holly Jorgenson in honor of first graders Anonymous in honor of Franklin Knute Adler Anonymous in memory of Minnie Amick Anonymous in honor of Shirley Anderson Anonymous in honor of Becky Buckman Anonymous in honor of Jim Buros Anonymous in memory of Ellen Byers Anonymous in honor of Doris Farmiloe Anonymous in memory of Thelma Goren Anonymous in memory of Mary Lee Griggs Anonymous in honor of Kevin Henkes and Laura Dronzek Anonymous in memory of Judy E. Hubbell Anonymous in memory of John and Carol Kulp Anonymous in memory of Dorothy Berlinger Levy Anonymous in memory of Joyce A. Lukas Anonymous in memory of Sanford C. Lund Anonymous in memory of Faith Meissner Macke Anonymous in honor of Karin Matthiesen Anonymous in memory of Angie Payton Anonymous in honor of Fred and Lonna Peterson Anonymous in honor of Lynn Preizler Anonymous in honor of Alta Pulvermacher

Anonymous in memory of Sally Rasmussen Anonymous in memory of Walt Reandeau Anonymous in memory of Ted Ryan Anonymous in memory of Jane Schillinger Anonymous in honor of Evelyn Scott Anonymous in memory of Patricia Stoffel Anonymous in memory of Lorraine Stoefen Anonymous in memory of David L. Thompson Anonymous in memory of Joan Vanden Heuvel Anonymous in memory of James and Maureen Watson B. L. Baker in honor of Mary Klinkner Omie Baldwin in memory of Andrea Vorner Jennifer Ballweg in memory of Charleen Ballweg John and Betty Batson in honor of Ted Crabb James and Dorothy Batt in memory of Orrilla Blackshear Linda Baumann in memory of Jack Coifu Melissa Baumann in honor of Sarah and Erin Marie Berman in memory of Jeffrey Lea Rhoda Berman in memory of Catherine Beilman Ashok Bhargava in memory of Devi Bhargava Alan and Susan Bickley in honor of Mary Burton Doug Bingenheimer in honor of diversity Larry Black and Barbara Roeber in honor of Barbara Besadny Dennis and Jan Blakeslee in memory of Olive and Maurice Forrest David Bodoh In memory of Claire Bodoh Carl and Judy Bowser in memory of Betty Smith Ann Boyer in memory of Sam and Katharine Talbot Beverly Brager in memory of Norma Starkweather and Mrs. Dorothy C. Tompkins Norma Brantner in honor of Sandra Reinsel Scott and Mary Braucht in honor of Bill and Judy Braucht Erik Breilid in honor of Eunice Breilid and Ruth Barreto and in memory of Harry Reid II and Elaine Faine James and Ann Brink in memory of Fritz and Annette Aeschlimann Delores Brown in honor of G. Franklin Brown Howard Brunmeier in memory of Myrna Brunmeier Catherine Buege in memory of Dennis Buege Chris and Peggy Bugg in honor of the Monroe Street Branch Library Burr Oaks Neighborhood Association

in memory of Stu Seffern and Debbie Loiselle Maureen Calabrese in honor of Gregory Bray Jr. and Chalice Calabrese Andie Carlson-Dakes & Family in honor of David Long Max Carlson-Dakes & Family in honor of Anne Marie Streeter, Brenda Hamel and Mary Beth Rolland Steven Carrola and Jane Vallese-Carrola in honor of Dr. J.B. Chung and Dr. Joe Teff Theodora Christensen in honor of the Sequoya Book Club Jack and Kay Cipperly in memory of Judy Japlon Verallyn Cline in memory of Milton and Verona Cline James Clum in memory of Cynthia M. Clum William and Constance Clune in memory of Stephanie Stemberk Lauren Cnare in memory of Delta Cnare Lenore Coberly in memory of Jean Cheney Duesler and Margaret Brynelson Marcus and Sheila Cohen in honor of Gabe and Isaac Wasserman and their parents who love books Mary Collet in memory of Richard Collet James Conway and Katherine Trace in memory of James A. Conway Charles and Blanche Cornwell in honor of Marge Dunham Charles and Libby Crawley in honor of Jean MacCubbin and Alan Seeger’s marriage Joyce W. Crim in memory of Jewel Ferguson Wileman Allen Cross and Mary Klehr in honor of Judith K. Klehr William Cudlipp III in memory of Orland Hollander Monique Currie in memory of Nancy Ford Currie Nora Cusack in memory of Kathryn Elwers Richard and Peggy Daluge in honor Madison West Lions Club Angelo and Janet Dangles in memory of Jack

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M e m o rial H o n o r s Steven Carrola and Jane Vallese-Carrola in honor of Dr. J.B. Chung and Dr. Joe Teff Theodora Christensen in honor of the Sequoya Book Club Jack and Kay Cipperly in memory of Judy Japlon Verallyn Cline in memory of Milton and Verona Cline James Clum in memory of Cynthia M. Clum William and Constance Clune in memory of Stephanie Stemberk

Lauren Cnare in memory of Delta Cnare Lenore Coberly in memory of Jean Cheney Duesler and Margaret Brynelson Marcus and Sheila Cohen in honor of Gabe and Isaac Wasserman and their parents who love books Mary Collet in memory of Richard Collet James Conway and Katherine Trace in memory of James A. Conway Charles and Blanche Cornwell in honor of Marge Dunham Charles and Libby Crawley in honor of Jean MacCubbin and Alan Seeger’s marriage Joyce W. Crim in memory of Jewel Ferguson Wileman Allen Cross and Mary Klehr in honor of Judith K. Klehr William Cudlipp III in memory of Orland Hollander Monique Currie in memory of Nancy Ford Currie Nora Cusack in memory of Kathryn Elwers Richard and Peggy Daluge in honor Madison West Lions Club Angelo and Janet Dangles in memory of Jack Taft Steward L. Davis in memory of Charlotte Steward Davis Elizabeth Davies in memory of dedicated librarians Frederick Davis in memory of Mary M. Davis Thomas DeChant in memory of Marie DeChant Tom and Tami Dettinger in memory of

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Sherry Henslee Heimann Pat DiBiase and Allen Ruff in memory of Tom Grinde and honor of Mimi Farber Shirley Dieter in memory of Donald G. Dieter Mike and Carla DiIorio in memory of Robert F. Scheele Joseph Allen Dixon in honor of Madison libraries Robert Draeger in memory of Ann Geitz George and Regina Dunst in honor of Rosemarie Deisinger Charles and Bonnie Eastman in honor of their grandchildren Scott and Christine Eckel in honor of Ray and Josefa Mata Frederick and Ivy Edelman in memory of Robert Edelman and Estelle Dreizin Susan Eichhorn in honor of Henry C. Eichhorn James Elliott in memory of Joe Buberger Sr. Edwin and Jean Eloranta in memory of Katherine Burris Janet Emmerich in memory of Paul Emmerich Tamara England in memory of Steven G. Zelenski Miles and Amy Epstein in memory of Debbie Davidoff Richard Erney in memory of Alice Craig Erney George Fait in memory of Mitzi Fait Eugene Farley in memory of Linda Farley Laurie Farnan in memory of Ida Farnan Nancy Feingold and Douglas Green in memory of Sylvia B. Feingold Anna Femrite in memory of Racheal Femrite Ray Fisher and Kadie Labadie in memory of Thelma Labadie Tina Frailey in memory of Bob Vasy Hildegarde Frazier in honor of Richard Staley Doris Fuelle in memory of Lee, Steve and Brad Fuelle Mary Jo Feeney Gebhardt in memory of Josephine Feeney Mary Ellen Gerloff in honor of Helene Androski and all teachers who teach us to read Barbara Gessner in honor of Barbara Sonnen Paul Gibler in honor of Tom DeChant Mary Gordon in memory of Tom Hopgood and honor of Kevin Henkes and Laura Dronzek and the Van Hise Elementary first grade team Len and Terrie Goren in honor of the Sequoya Endowment committee and

reaching the goal and memory of Kensal Chandler and Joyce Poulson Zorko Greblo and Linda Clauder in memory of Cornelia Greblo Bruce and Marsha Gregg in memory of Harold and Virginia Graham Lisa Grueneberg in memory of John Johanneson Roy Gumtow in memory of Paul Gumtow Ida Haaker in memory of Anne and Martin Wolman Fred and Renee Hable in memory of Ed Dvorak William Hachten in memory of Harva Hachten Mitchell Hagopian Family in memory of Jack Raymond Glenice Halfman in memory of Bill, Roger and Richard Halfman Dorothy Halvorson in honor of the Sequoya Branch Mary Ann Halvorson in memory of Pat and John Earl Reta Harring in honor of Emily Auerbach Darin Harris and Dawn McCluskey in honor of Ellie and Alexa Harris Keith Harrsch in memory of Trish Russell Harrsch Carroll Heideman in memory of Robert Heideman Jane Henning in honor of Barbara Karlen Ronnie Hess in memory of Ethel Rosner Julia Heusinger in memory of Steven Heusinger Loretta Himmelsbach in memory of Diane Worzala George and Audrey Hinger in memory of Midge Miller Tom and Jean Hoder in memory of Delilah Karlson Jeanne Hoffman in honor of Sophia Luiz da Cunha Hoffman Karen Holden in honor of Pam Toler and Sandy Wilson Walter and Linda Holthaus in honor of Judy P. Olson Steven and Frances Hopkins in memory of family and friends Ray A. “Migizi” Hopp in honor of parents and children in South Madison Ja-Ja Howe in honor of Brinnan Shaffer Carol Hulland in honor of Lizi Paul Faye and a strong neighborhood library Betty Iltis in memory of Charles Iltis Mike Ivey and Vicki Elkin in honor of Alexander Elkin Ivey Elizabeth Jackson in memory of Margaret Jackson Telise E. M. Johnsen in memory of Miles L. Johnsen


Bill and Julie Johnson in memory of Vera Anderson Lee and Rosemary Jones in memory of Marthe A. Scholes Raleigh and Laurie Jones in honor of Kirsten Jones Robert Jorgenson in memory of Shirley Dawn Jorgenson Lois Karn in memory of Edwin Karn Murray and Susan Katcher in memory of Dr. Ben and Belle Schulak Jeanette Kautzer in memory of Robert Kautzer Theresa Kelley in honor of Meg Rothstein Tom and Jennifer Kerns in memory of Albert Zeier Irene King in memory of Clarence King Herbert and Evelyn Kliebard In memory of Bernice Kliebard Carol Klunick in memory of Walter Klunick Marilyn Knutson in memory of John K. Knutson and honor of Elizabeth Reinartz Lewis Koch in honor of Gladys P.M. and R. F. Koch Anniversary Kevin Komarek and Carol Van Hulle in honor of Kieran Komarek Kress-Russick Family in honor of Jazi, Jack, Lili and Owen Roland and Irma Krogstad in honor of their families Paul and Atsuko Kusuda in honor of MPL Foundation Board and Lake Edge UCC Confirmation Student Howard and Judith Landsman in memory of Anna Mae Mitchell Acadia Latka in honor of Nicholas Utphall Karen Sorenson LaValley in honor of Nora LaValley Elizabeth Lawrence in honor of all library workers Barbara Lazewski in memory of Tony Lazewski Fred and Marjorie Lee in memory of Simon DiMaggio Deb Lehnherr in honor of Jane Grogan Janet Lemke in memory of Lillian Sheffer Dorothy Leon in memory of Maurice Leon Scott and Donna Lewein in honor of Helen Jacobson Beverly Lewis in memory of Paul and Barbara Buchner Library Management Team in honor of Norma Hanson Marilyn Lindner in memory of Jane Lindner Bob and Marion Longstreth in memory of Janet S. Ela John Lubarsky in memory of Lillian Lubarsky

John and Janet Lubniewski in honor of Alexandra Lubniewski Dorothy Ludwig in memory of Bob Ludwig Mariel Lund in memory of Lois Remitz Alice Ellis Lundeen in honor of David Ellis and James R. Ellis Frank and Lenore Lusson in memory of Michael J. Tierney Lesleigh Luttrell in memory of Dave Schreiner and in honor of the Madison Public Library Board, for all their hard work Robert Lux and Stephanie Stender in honor of the new Sequoya Branch Library Gary Lyons in honor and memory of Norman B. Lyons Stewart Macaulay in memory of John Ramsey Jessica MacNaughton in memory of Billie MacNaughton Tom and Pat Mair in memory of M. J. Combs Judith McMahon in memory of David R. Anderson Laurel Mark in memory of Dorothy Levy Theresa Martell in memory of Helen Martell Donna Marie Marx in memory of Russell Marx Jason, Julie, Evan and Marco Mascitti in honor of Eileen Gilbert David and Cami Matthews in honor of family and friends Roderick Matthews and Marie Sieker in memory of William E. and Katherine T. Sieker Carolyn May in honor of dedicated staff of Midvale & Lincoln Schools and memory of Marian Olson Edward Mayland in memory of Ruth Mayland Marie McCabe in memory of Kevin F. McCabe, Lucia Stanfield, and Robert Stanfield Anne McCambridge in honor of the library a gift to all of us Paul and Jane McGann in memory of Irene Schwerzler Fran and Kay McGuire in memory of Mary Jane Gordon and Felicita McGuire Esther McIntosh in memory of Richard McIntosh Norma Metzen in memory of Hal Metzen Chris and Kathy Meuzelaar in memory of Dean Felker Michael Michell in honor of Beth Price and the service she provided Miller Family in memory of Beth Miller Lisa Miller in memory of Marilyn Miller

Janice Kuckuk Minardi in memory of David Kuckuk Donald and Kathy Miner in memory of Josephine Dodd, a lover of libraries Jack and Pat Mitchell in memory of Anna Mae Mitchell Micheal and Jennifer Morgan in honor of Sanda Bauer John Morledge in memory of Paul Morledge James and Mary Moser in honor of Ann Moser Jacqueline Mulhern in memory of Dean Felker Susan Munson in memory of Rae Atira-Soneca, Angeline Payton, and Jeanne Rebholz Donovan Nagel in memory of Helen Nagel Alice Nagel in memory of Viola Rohner Duane and Elizabeth Neitzel in honor of grandchildren Hannah, Dane and Noah Lois Audrey Nelson in honor of Mary Conlin Martha Nelson in memory of her parents, her first teachers John and Betty Nicka in honor of Ginny O’Brien Diane Nienow in honor of Delores R. Buenger Eugene and Olive Nordby in memory of Lisbeth Jensen Elizabeth Odders-White in honor of Ethan and Julia White Jim and Judy Olson in honor of the dedicated staff at Madison Public Library Margaret Olson in honor of Kathy Kube Steven Olson in memory of Fanny Phillips and Victor Olson Jay, Betsy and Nancy Payton in honor of Miles and Amy Epstein Donna Peckett in memory of Judith Strasser David and Deborah Penn in honor of Raymond Fredrick Sensenbrenner and Laura Violet Sensenbrenner Steven Peronto in honor of Julie Hott and Thomas Peronto Anne Slaughter Perrote in memory of Susan D. Slaughter Russ and Joan Pertunnen in memory of Bennie, our golden retriever for 12 years Kevin and Melissa Pittsley in honor of Scott and Cindy Pittsley Family Michael Pressman and Marsha Cohen in memory of Stanley Cohen, Mickey and Nat Pressman Mary Preston in honor of William and Beverly Preston Judith Rabinowitz in honor of Patricia Pollard and Carly Pollard-Rabinowitz

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M e m o rial H o n o r s Judith Rasmussen in memory of Ruth Rasmussen Paul and Irene Rasmussen in memory of David B. Rasmussen Jane Raymond in honor of John Raymond and Ila Irene O’Connell John Reindl in memory of Norma Anita Bjerke Vilas and Carol Rickey in honor of Alan M. Rickey’s 60th birthday Will and Diane Risley in honor of Kristin and Amy Risley Orville and Louise Robbins in honor of Christina Wagner Jeffrey and Gail Roberts in memory of Claire Aubrey Roberts Delores Robillard in honor of Dolores Klein and memory of Alvin Klein Cheryl Robinson in honor of the South Madison Branch Staff Susan Robinson in honor of Kurt A. Johnson and Dorothy Kittleson’s birthdays Jennifer A. Rodis in memory of Martha Hubbard Jules Rosenthal in honor of Sequoya staff Mary Lee Rossmaessler in honor of the marriage of Sharon Rossmaessler and Barry Doyle, Carolyn E. Doyle, and all who love to read and readers at South Madison Branch Barbara Roth in memory of Lawrence Shapiro and honor of Laurie Pevnick Doug and Jane Roughen in memory of Marian Olson and honor of Nadine Pfotenhauer and the Sequoya Friends Ken and Mary Rouse in honor of Tripp Widder’s excellent leadership as Library Board President Jim and Carol Ruhly in memory of Velma and King Ruhly Barbara Rush in memory of Thomas E. Rust Larry and Marilyn Ryan in memory of Betty Frater Nancy Ryan in memory of Theodore T. Ryan Barbara Ryder in memory of Dr. Edward K. Ryder Ruth Saecker in honor of Peggy Saecker and memory of Peter Saecker Gaspare Saladino in memory of Jennie and Leonard Saladino Sauk Creek Neighborhood Association in honor of the Alicia Ashman Branch Kathleen Saunders in honor of Carol Huber Robert Schmook in honor of Dorothy Schmook Joyce Schneider in memory of

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Ed Schneider Helen Schneider in memory of Arvilla Schneider Steven Schooler and Marsha Mansfield in honor of James Olson’s birthday Beverly Schrag in memory of John L. Schrag Kay Schrauth in honor of my favorite librarian, Lori Smetana Robert and Sara Schwartz in memory of Julia Lakritz Richard and Natalie Sewell in memory of Robert M. Sewell Kenneth and Mary Shapiro in honor of Caitlin Shapiro Haskett and R. Benjamin Shapiro Haskett Paul Sherman in memory of Linda Sherman Toby and Peg Sherry in honor of of their children Tim, Roby, Todd and Hunter Karen R. Shevet Dinah in honor of Jane Greischar Peter and Rella Shulla in memory of Kim Ellen Shulla Ken and Kelly Sidikman in honor of Iris and Eve Sidikman Nancy Slattery in memory of Doris J. Burdick Connie Smalley in honor of Carol Carstensen for her commitment to social justice for all Barbara Lester Smith in honor of Jane Lester Lappala and memory of Charles B. Lester Stephen and Tanya Snow in honor of Lillian Ngan Harvey and Judith Sokolow in honor of Benjamin Falkinham Guy and Eileen Somers in memory of Jerry Vogt Stanley and June Spencer in honor of Neil Spencer Barbara Spierer in honor of Sue Milch and memory of Ruth Milch Mary Spike in honor of Dr. Rambod Fard Ernest Spring in memory of Elinor A. Spring Richard and Joanne Sutherland in memory of Cynthia Landvick Charles and Jean Sweet in honor of Debra Sweet James and Marguerite Sykes in honor of Head Start Children Richard Thal and Jill Maidenberg in memory of Joel Ungrodt The Thiel Family in honor of librarians everywhere William Thomas in memory of Mike Tierney Judith Thompson in memory of John and Rebecca Phillips John and Willeen Tretheway in honor of Hugh Benedict

Ruth Tsotsis in honor of Natalie and Erica Somerson Earl and Mary Updike in memory of Lillian Sheffer and honor of their granddaughters Chris and Helena Vander Ark in honor of their children who love to read! Vicki’s Book Group in memory of Garett Kipp Benita Walker in memory of Lillian Walker Ann Wallace in honor of above and beyond the call of duty service by Jane Grogan David Wallner in honor of Rafe Wallner Marie Wartolec in memory of James Shaughnessy, Jr. Weaver’s Group in honor of Fran Potter, instructor Guy Webster in memory of Anne E. Webster John and Nancy Webster in honor of Shiva Bidar-Sieloff Elaine Wegner in memory of Fritz Wegner Craig and Kathleen Wehrle in honor of Peter Wehrle Paul and Donna Werth in memory of Kenneth J. Biba William and Patricia Whisenant in memory of Louise C. Boughton Donald White in memory of Janet White Barbara Wiesner in memory of Marcia and Robert Poull Patricia Wilker in honor of Wilker and Turner Bayer William and Mary Winchester in memory of Genevieve Winchester Dorothy Winger in memory of Ann M. Uicker Barbara Wolfe in memory of Alta-Honey-Pulvermacher Dale Wortley in honor of PEO, Chapter BL Alexandra Wright in memory of Tom Anderson Edwin Young in memory of Phyllis S. Young Ann Zellhoefer in memory of Helen Zellhoefer Wesley Zulty in honor of Beverly Zulty Doris Zunhagen in memory of Vernon Zumhagen


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