NHPBS Report to the Community 2020

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REPORT TO THE

COMMUNITY

JULY 1, 2019 - JUNE 30, 2020


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TOGETHER WE CELEBRATE New Hampshire PBS’ mission is to be a catalyst for new ideas, community connection and civic engagement. For 60 years, our commitment to serve the people in the Granite State has never wavered. In the midst of celebrating our 60th anniversary, the COVID-19 pandemic struck, and we knew we would have to start doing things differently. We immediately took action, and most of the NHPBS staff is working remotely, thanks to our IT department. We are grateful to you— our generous supporters—who’ve helped us purchase new broadcasting equipment so that our productions could shift to recording and streaming shows online.

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GSC super fan Daniel M. from Manchester, NH has come to several GSC tapings as an audience member and enjoys playing along with the teams.

As we continue to navigate the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, New Hampshire PBS remains committed to its public service mission of providing quality programming and trusted news to its audiences. It is our responsibility to ensure that the citizens in the Granite State have the information and the resources they need to make informed choices. From covering Governor Sununu’s LIVE weekly press events to creating new online services devoted to remote learning, to striving to understanding the complexities of race in America, New Hampshire PBS will continue to be your station for in-depth information, thoughtful insights and hopeful inspiration. These unprecedented times have once again demonstrated the profound value of New Hampshire PBS—one of the most trusted news and information sources available to ALL Granite Staters, for FREE. Every day I am reminded that even though we may be apart, we will always stand together. Peter A. Frid NHPBS President & CEO


GSC is supported by lead sponsor Unitil, with additional funding provided by NEA New Hampshire, Safety Insurance, New Hampshire Lottery, Heinemann Publishing, Cognia, HRCU and Manchester Community College.

The 2020 GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE winners from Merrimack High School celebrate in Studio A.


TOGETHER WE INFORM

Join THE STATE WE’RE IN host Melanie Plenda (center image) for continuing coverage of the coronavirus in New Hampshire.

NHPBS TACKLES PANDEMIC HEAD ON Responding to a critical need for in-depth analysis of the coronavirus pandemic, in April 2020, New Hampshire PBS launched a new digital series: THE STATE WE’RE IN. Hosted by Granite State News Collaborative Director Melanie Plenda, the series explores solutions to the crisis and highlights local efforts to combat the virus and rebuild local economies. THE STATE WE’RE IN has covered topics such as the impact on small businesses, remote learning, telehealth, absentee voting and tenant evictions. We also have made it a priority to reach out to underserved state residents, and we are working to develop Spanish-language content. THE STATE WE’RE IN was the title of one of the first public affairs programs on New Hampshire PBS. This series seeks to revive the in-depth reporting and civil discourse that once was the hallmark of public affairs and discussion shows in the state. To see the latest episode or all of THE STATE WE’RE IN shows, go online to nhpbs.org/statewerein. THE STATE WE’RE IN is produced in partnership with the Granite State News Collaborative, which is funded in part by the Solutions Journalism Network and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Production is also made possible by the Facebook Project Community Network Grant program in partnership with the Lenfest Institute for Journalism and the Local Media Association.


NHPBS PIVOTS AND PARTNERS

At the very beginning of the pandemic, we shifted our production team to LIVE stream Governor Sununu’s weekly press conferences on the nhpbs.org website, along with YouTube and Facebook, allowing viewers to stream online anytime, anywhere. Thanks to the support of Granite Society members Senator Martha Fuller Clark and Dr. Geoffrey Clark, everyone in New Hampshire now has access to Governor Sununu’s crucial public safety updates through new equipment that allows us to broadcast live to YouTube and Facebook and simultaneously record the briefing for posting on our website. New Hampshire PBS also partnered with NHPR and televised a series of forums with presidential primary candidates to explore in-depth issues that impact New Hampshire voters. Utilizing new recording technology, republican candidate Bill Weld and democratic candidates Senators Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, along with mayor Pete Buttigieg, businessman Tom Steyer and entrepreneur Andrew Yang, were taped and the forums were broadcast on NHPBS and on YouTube and Facebook. All of the forums can be seen online on New Hampshire PBS’ YouTube channel.

TOGETHER WE INFORM

In a time like no other, the need for access to accurate and trustworthy information is essential. From the PBS NewsHour to local services, New Hampshire PBS is a trusted source of news and information to so many Granite Staters.


TOGETHER WE CELEBRATE

NHPBS REACHES FOR THE TOP For over 150 years, the Mt. Washington Auto Road has guided millions of visitors to the top of the highest peak in New England, developing a culture all its own along the way. New Hampshire PBS created a new documentary, MT. WASHINGTON AUTO ROAD TO THE SKY, highlighting Auto Road employees, historians and thrill-seekers as they celebrate the rich history of this New England icon. To long-time Mt. Washington Auto Road stage driver Rik Dow, the appeal of The Rockpile is timeless. “Once the mountain gets its hooks into you, it doesn’t let go,” he says. That might explain how the road came to be, despite the odds against it when construction began. “You have to remember this was the 1850s,” says Mt. Washington Auto Road general manager Howie Wemyss. “There was no mechanized equipment whatsoever. Everything was done with horse-drawn or oxen-drawn carts and raw muscle power.” By 1861, the road was opened to carriages. It wasn’t until 1899 that the carriage road began its transition to an Auto Road, when Freelan Stanley made the ascent in a steam car. Later in 1904, the Auto Road hosted one of the first auto races in the United States—The Mt. Washington Hillclimb—a tradition that continues to this day. For those taking on the Auto Road without an automobile, the route has a punishing 12% grade incline, but the challenge is part of the appeal. “It’s one of the toughest hill climbs in the world,” says Sean Snow, a cyclist in the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb. “This is one of the first races I’ve done that I’ve never thought about my competitors at all. I have one competitor, and that’s Mount Washington.” While there are many who love the challenge presented by the Auto Road, part of its enduring appeal is that it makes the spectacular beauty of Mt. Washington accessible to everyone. Experience more of the history and magic of MT. WASHINGTON AUTO ROAD TO THE SKY at nhpbs.org/autoroad.


Videographer and producer Steve Giordani hops out of the Mt. Washington SnowCoach and takes a moment to record footage for the MT. WASHINGTON AUTO ROAD TO THE SKY documentary.


TOGETHER WE EDUCATE

NHPBS SETS EDUCATION FRONT OF THE CLASS At New Hampshire PBS, our mission is to help families and teachers work together to keep our kids engaged and learning anytime, anywhere. Two of our five channels are now delivering educational content to early learners and high schoolers. Every day since March 2020, our Learn At Home website (nhpbs.org/learnathome) has been updated with fun and engaging educational activities, games and videos for parents, teachers and students to explore. Our Learn At Home website is an online resource that is: • • • • •

free to everyone. a thoughtfully curated online library of engaging activities and thousands of educational videos. updated daily with new online resources to spark the imagination with our VIEW, READ and DO philosophy. a place where local partners offer the best of NH learning resources from around the state. a hub that offers great teaching tips, ideas, resources and support for teachers.


One of New Hampshire PBS’ guiding principles is to be a reflection of everyone in the Granite State. We are here to bring our neighbors together in a safe environment to share stories that raise awareness and deepen our understanding about the challenges facing our state and our country. NHPBS continues to pursue diversity, equity and inclusion in our programming and in our workforce. With our new RACE IN AMERICA webpage (nhpbs.org/raceinamerica), we will continue to bring the people of New Hampshire more programs and services that deepen our understanding and bridge our differences.

TOGETHER WE EDUCATE

NHPBS RAISES AWARENESS ON DIVERSITY


TOGETHER WE EDUCATE

NHPBS SHARES STORIES TO CREATE COMMUNITY “As I’ve been learning more about New England history and seeing more of these stories, I think ‘Wow, why haven’t I heard about this? I’ve lived in Boston my whole life.’” Chaya Harris, an educator and leader for Outdoor Afro, was joined by WINDOWS TO THE WILD host Willem Lange as she led a group of kayakers through Portsmouth Harbor and shared stories of the Black Jacks. Black Jack was a term used for black sailors—men who played an integral role in 19th-century New England life. To Harris, the fact that their stories are so rarely told illustrates a larger problem with the narrative that often surrounds African Americans and the outdoors—a narrative she worries discourages Black people from experiencing nature. “My goal today,” she explains, “is to reclaim some of our space, reclaim our stories and share our stories.” Outdoor Afro is a national non-profit dedicated to helping African Americans experience the outdoors. This is the second time Lange has joined them on an excursion. He first met Harris when she led a team up Mount Washington. Harris has been encouraged to enjoy the outdoors all her life, but she says that for many Black men and women, going for a hike or hopping in a kayak may not seem like a natural fit. Harris seeks to bolster this sense of community with the history that is incorporated in Outdoor Afro outings. Today they focus on the Black Jacks, a group that included Frederick Douglass and Crispus Attucks. “It’s such a complex history and not just one story to be told,” says Harris. You can watch Kayaking with Outdoor Afro and all of the WINDOWS TO THE WILD shows online at nhpbs.org/windows.


WINDOWS TO THE WILD host Willem Lange talks to the Outdoor Afro group before they head out on a kayaking tour. Outdoor Afro leader Chaya Harris (inset) paddles the Piscataqua River.

WINDOWS TO THE WILD is generously supported by the Alice J. Reen Charitable Trust, The Fuller Foundation, Inc. and The Gilbert Verney Foundation.


TOGETHER WE ENGAGE

NHPBS SHARES THE LOVE OF MUSIC, STORYTELLING & TRIVIA This year, New Hampshire PBS immersed itself in communities all over the state to share ideas, celebrate our roots and learn from one another. We pride ourselves in being community connectors, and the COVID-19 pandemic did not stop our efforts. Below are some of the highlights: • In August of 2019, NHPBS hosted Ken Burns, Dayton Duncan and Julie Dunfey at the historic Colonial Theatre in Keene, NH to share an entire day celebrating the newest Ken Burns documentary, COUNTRY MUSIC. • In October 2019, NHPBS premiered the newest OUR HOMETOWN: CONWAY program at the M&D Theater at the Historic Eastern Slope Inn in Conway. Over 40 local stories were highlighted that evening, and all can be found on the OUR HOMETOWN website: nhpbs.org/hometown. • In February 2020, THIS OLD HOUSE stars Kevin O’Connor and Charlie Silva delighted a sold out crowd at the Bank of NH Stage in Concord. It was a jam-packed evening of memorable moments, inspiring ingenuity and behind-the-scenes television stories.


• NHPBS, in partnership with the New Hampshire Historical Society, New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation, offered three special online screenings and discussions of AMERICAN EXPERIENCE’S “THE VOTE,” which explores the remarkable story of women’s suffrage that culminated in the passage of the 19th amendment 100 years ago.

NHPBS LOCAL EVENTS • American Experience: The Vote, three virtual screenings & discussions

• NHPBS Mock Election, Christa McAuliffe Center, Concord

• BritWit Club Tea, NHPBS Studios, Durham

• NHPBS Puppy Love Skating Party,

• Communities & Consequences II, virtual screening

Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth

• Ethan Bortnick Concert, Rochester Opera House, Rochester

• NHPBS Writers Contest, NHPBS Studios, Durham

• Girl Scout Expo, Bedford Sports Complex, Bedford

• Our Hometown: Conway Screening, The M&D Theater

• Granite State Challenge Super Sunday, Manchester Community College, Manchester • NEA Math Madness Event, Bow High School, Bow

at the Historic Eastern Slope Inn, Conway • Passport Craft Beer & Food Pairing, Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth

• NH in Space Screening, Christa McAuliffe Center, Concord

• This Old House Event, Bank of NH Stage, Concord

• Mount Washington Auto Road, online screening

• World on Fire Screening, Rivermead, Peterborough

• NHPBS 60th Anniversary Luncheon & Tour, Canterbury Shaker Village, Canterbury

TOGETHER WE ENGAGE

• When the pandemic hit, NHPBS didn’t miss a beat and challenged both high school students and teachers to weekly online trivia challenges with GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE host Jon Cannon.


NHPBS LEADERSHIP

NHPBS FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2020 Unaudited

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019-2020 Jeffrey Gilbert Board Chair W.J.P. Development LLC Katherine Wells Wheeler Board Vice Chair Retired Katharine Eneguess Board Secretary Magalloway Consultants Peter Rayno Board Treasurer Enterprise Bank Howard Brodsky CCA Global Partners Erin Hennessey Board Treasurer Accounting Consultant Colleen T. Chen Vertical Ventures Aviation Marjorie Chiafery Retired Mark Collin, Immediate Past Chair Unitil Liz Evans Cayena Capital Management, LLC Marilyn Higgins Forest Real Estate Management William Hinkle Eversource NH

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD

Amy LaBelle LaBelle Winery

Dr. Kristen Nevious, Chair Cheshire County

Edward MacKay Higher Education Commission

Elizabeth Carter Grafton County

James T. McKim Global Learning Solutions

Thomas Blinkhorn Grafton County

Scott Milne Milne Travel

Mary DeVries Belknap County

John Morison III Hitchiner Manufacturing

Cheryl Lee Gilbert Rockingham County

Sean O’Kane Stratögé Partners

John Gfroerer Merrimack County

Amanda Grappone Osmer Grappone Auto Group

Brian Hoffman Coos County

Teresa Rosenberger Devine Strategies

Mark Kovacs Rockingham County

Sam Shields Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Kate Luczko Hillsborough County

Zachary Slater UBS - The Slater Group John Swope Retired Scott Tranchemontagne Montagne Communications Peter A. Frid NHPBS President and CEO

2%

July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020

5%

FY20 REVENUE

13%

61% 19%

FY20 EXPENSES*

26% 35%

25%

13%

Development $3,886,281 CPB 1,232,246 Client Services 819,167 Investment Income 139,430 Other Oper. Income 299,854 State of NH 0 $6,376,978

Programs & Services $ 2,136,241 Engineering 1,529,679 Development 1,555,844 Administration 814,796 $6,036,560 * includes depreciation

Pat McDermott Hillsborough County Lorraine Meyette Hillsborough County Clinton Frederick Miller MD Rockingham County David Nolte Hillsborough County Pelagia Vincent Hillsborough County

3% 5%

FY20 DEVELOPMENT GIFTS

6%

8%

10%

68%

ON-AIR | ONLINE | MOBILE | CLASSROOMS | COMMUNITIES

Individual Giving $2,659,733 Corporations 321,694 Leadership Gifts 393,289 Auction 215,322 Foundations & Grants 194,800 Special Events 101,443 $3,886,281


THANKS TO OUR LEADING SUPPORTERS Corporations American Lung Association of the Northeast Anagnost Companies Bank of New Hampshire Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire C & S Wholesale Grocers Canterbury Shaker Village Capitol Center for the Arts Cathartes Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Children’s Museum of New Hampshire Chinburg Properties Coastal Design Magazine Cognia Consumer Creative Conway Scenic Railroad Cranmore Mountain Resort Cuzin Richard Entertainment Associates D.F. Richard Energy Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Diversions Puzzles & Games DTC Lawyers, PLLC Engelberth Construction, Inc. Enterprise Bank EnviroVantage Eversource Energy First Light First Seacoast Bank Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies Fuller Foundation Granite State Plumbing & Heating, LLC Grappone Automotive Group Harvey Building Products Heinemann Publishing Heritage Home Service Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., Inc. HRCU (Holy Rosary Credit Union) Jeremy Hiltz Excavating, Inc. Kearsarge Magazine Keene Sentinel Kennebunk Savings Kip & Son, LLC

LaBelle Winery League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, PA – Certified Public Accountants Lindt & Sprüngli (USA) Inc. Loon Mountain Resort Manchester Community College Manchester Radio Group Marmon Aerospace & Defense Martin’s Point Healthcare McLean Communications Memorial Hospital Merrimack County Savings Bank Methuen Construction Metro Walls Milne Travel Monadnock Mountain Spring Water Mount Washington Cruises National Artists Corporation NEA New Hampshire New England Backflow, Inc. New England Studios, LLC New Hampshire Astronomical Society New Hampshire Charitable Foundation New Hampshire Community Loan Fund New Hampshire Electric Cooperative New Hampshire Film Festival New Hampshire Furniture Masters New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority New Hampshire Lottery New Hampshire REALTORS NH Community Loan Fund NH Department of Education, Bureau of Career Development NH Preservation Alliance NH-FUN Northeast Delta Dental NorthPoint Construction Management, LLC® Omni Mount Washington Resort Orbit Group

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Dartmouth Pat’s Peak People’s United Bank Proulx Oil And Propane R.C. Brayshaw & Co., Inc. Radically Rural Rath, Young & Pignatelli, Professional Corporation Reeds Ferry Sheds Rochester Country Club & Nippo Lake Golf Club Rochester Opera House Safety Insurance Santa’s Village Senior Beacon Settlers Green Sheehan Phinney Silverstone Living Sippican Partners Construction Society for the Protection of NH Forests St. Mary’s Bank Stonyfield Farm, Inc. Story Land Strawbery Banke Museum Subaru of New England Symphony New Hampshire TEDxPortsmouth The Colonial Theatre The Mountain Club on Loon Resort & Spa The Music Hall The One Hundred Club The Scott Lawson Group Trends Marketing Tuscan Brands, LLC Unitil University of New Hampshire Urban Tree Service WOKQ Yankee Magazine Zeb’s General Store

Ampersand Bay Resort Anne Cook Barbara Maxwell Bedford Village Inn & Restaurant

Berlin Trails Inn Boston Billiard Club and Casino Boston Bruins Cliff House Maine Club Motorsports Columbia Nashville Fireside Inn and Suites/ Lake Winnipesaukee Flatbread Company Flatbread Company - North Conway Gaspari’s Inc. Governor Chris Sununu Grand Summit Hotel at Attitash Great Bay Spa & Sauna Green Mountain Furniture Hard Rock Café Inn At Ocean’s Edge Las Terrazas Resort Manchester Community College Meredith Whole Living Center Milne Travel Misty Harbor and Barefoot Beach Resort Mittersill Alpine Resort NH-Fun.com Omni Mount Washington Resort Omni Parker House Hotel Paula Munier Pompanoosuc Mills Inc Quint-Essential Winds Relief Lightship Baskets Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston Senator Maggie Hassan Southern NH University Continuing Education Division Spa Medique The Charles Hotel The Inn at East Hill Farm Village by the Sea Windows to the Wild Yum Yum Shop

Adaptations Unlimited Appalachian Mountain Club Ayers Lake Farm Bedrock Gardens

Berlin Trails Inn Better Hearing Center Boost Outdoor Media Boston Billiard Club and Casino Business New Hampshire Magazine Cabot Creamery Cameron’s Hydroseeding Cheryl Lee and John Gilbert Christopher Rocco Piliero Cliff House Maine Club Motorsports College Bound Movers Craignair Inn & Restaurant D. F. Richard Energy Dragonfly Lighting Eckman Engineering LLC Elizabeth Dudley Landscape Architecture Enviro-Tote Inc. Epping Well & Pump E-Z Docking Solutions Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Fine Wine Design Fireside Inn and Suites/Lake Winnipesaukee Flatbread Company - Amesbury, North Conway & Portsmouth Forever Boards Franco-American Centre Globe Manufacturing Company Governor Chris Sununu Great Bay Marine Inc Great Bay Spa & Sauna Hampshire Hills Athletic Club Hawthorne Hotel Hearts Design Jewelry Helen Fernald Helmar Herman Hippie Chick Bakery Indian Head Resort Inn At Ocean’s Edge Irene Dupont Just Right Awnings Keene Country Club LaBelle Winery Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club Las Terrazas Resort Le Chateau Frontenac Marguerite Motel Marilyn Siraco Meredith Whole Living Center Milne Travel Mittersill Alpine Resort

Moonlight Meadery LLC Mountain Club On Loon Resort and Spa Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa New Hampshire Made Members Newmarket Sand & Gravel NH Fisher Cats NH Magazine McLean Communications Nippo Lake Golf Club Nordic Village Resort Omni Mount Washington Resort Omni Parker House Hotel Outfront Media Pen & Inc. Plymouth County Convention & Visitors Bureau #5 Pompanoosuc Mills Inc Quality Inn Rebecca Rule Reeds Ferry Sheds River Valley Community College Rochester Country Club Rookwood Inn Salmon Falls Stoneware Seacoast Sports Clubs Seaside Village Resort Sebasco Harbor Resort Senator Jeanne Shaheen Senator Maggie Hassan Serious Stitching Shin-Boku Nursery & Stroll Garden Shinobi Martial Arts Snowflake Inn Southern NH University Continuing Education Division Swift River Wood Products The Boulder’s Motel & Cottages The Castle on Charles The Don CeSar The Hancock Inn and Fox Tavern The Hotel Concord The Inn at East Hill Farm The Spicy Shark The Ultimate Bath Store/The Granite Group UNH Athletics Valicenti Organico W. S. Badger Co. Inc Wentworth by the Sea Marina

White Mountains Community College Windows to the Wild Yaya Organics

Photo credits: Raya Al-Hashmi, Mark Bolton, Joe Klementovich, Cheryl Senter and Kathleen Young


THANKS TO OUR LEADING SUPPORTERS

Amato Family Fund Paul & Edith Babson Foundation Dr. Merwyn Bagan & Carol Bagan Anthony Bajdek & Cynthia Bajdek William Beardsley Carter Beck & Marco Protano Catherine Bedor & Joel Bedor Michael Beebe & Nancy Beebe David Benckendorf & Dr. Sandra Benckendorf Sandra Besas Ivy Bibler Susan Bird John Blackford & Pamela Blackford Brian Blanton Bud Booth & Betsy Booth Q. David Bowers & Christine Bowers Dr. Ralph Bristol Howard Brodsky & Joan Brodsky Dan Brown Mary Buntin Meredith Bunting Sen. Peter Burling & Jean Burling Clara Butler Byrne Foundation Dawn Carter Marge Chiafery & Jim Chiafery

Vijay Chilakapati Senator Martha Fuller Clark & Dr. Geoffrey Clark Sen. Robert Clegg & Priscilla Clegg Mark Collin & Patricia Collin Philip Edward Comstock, Jr. & Frances Comstock Woolsey Conover & Bea Conover Bradford Cook & Kathleen Cook Crowell Family Foundation Russell De Burlo Dawn DeAngelis & Richard Jeffrey Robert Dewey & Pamela Van Arsdale Francis Doherty Maureen Donovan & Daniel Donovan Ann Doucet Pauline Elkin & Martin Elkin Henry Ellis Katharine Eneguess Eppes Foundation Susan Fox Peter Frid & Kathy Frid Gregg Gentile Al Gerrato Francis Gicca & Joan Gicca Jeffrey Gilbert & Penelope Gilbert Bruce Goodwin & Jennifer Goodwin Venetia Guerrasio & Thomas Stoker Sonya Hackel

Lindley Hall & Pamela Hall Thomas Hall & Barbara Hall Faith Henricksen Kenneth Houston & Cecily Houston Charles Howe & Mary Howe John Hubbard Robert Jean & Francine Jean Marilyn Johnson Mary-Sue Turri and Dr. Gary Jones Regina Keating David Kelleher & Joanne Kelleher Kevin Keller & Punam Keller Patsy Kendall & Skip Kendall Kennett Kendall & Patricia Kendall Raymond Kiley Diane Kollmorgen & Fred Kollmorgen Amy LaBelle & Ceser Arboleda David Loring & Janet Loring Douglas Loudon & Jean Loudon Luebbert Family Charitable Fund Ed MacKay & Phyllis MacKay Edward Mack & Michele Mack Patrick Maher Mary Lou Malencik Richard Maloney & Barbara Maloney

Susan Mansfield & Tom Mansfield Millicent Mason Winifred McCullough Henry McFarland & Karen McFarland John McGonagle Robert McKittrick Edward J. Mehigen Thomas Meissner Paula Merritt Jack Middleton Dr. Clinton Miller & Laurel Miller Josh Mills & Abigail Mills Scott Milne Dr. Jonathan Mishcon & Vicky Mishcon Sylvia Miskoe Dr. Anna Mitchell Barbara Moore David C. Mores John Morison, III Howard Moseley Fred Neinas & Charlotte Neinas Nichols Trust John Northcott Kathleen O’Brien Deidre O’Bryne & Paul Staller William O’Donnell & Judith O’Donnell Herbert Oedel & Virginia Oedel Amanda Osmer & Tom Osmer Polly Parker & Hank Parker G. Patel Dorothy Peterson Margaret Pilat-Roth Phyllis Tilson Piotrow

Penny Pitou Larry Pitsch & Barbara Pitsch Philip Preston Frederick Pulitzer & Adele Pulitzer Peter Rayno & Wendy Fracassi-Rayno Phyllis Reed & Peter Reed Peg Reeves & Armand van Velthoven David Reid & Celeste Reid Lisa Reid Steve Reno & Kit Reno Melinda Richmond Nancy Robinson David Rosen Teresa Rosenberger & Eric Rosenberger Paul Rothman David Ruedig & Mary Ruedig Richard Savoy & Geraldine Savoy Merle Schotanus & Helen Schotanus Mark Scura, DMD & Maureen Redmond Scura Anne Segal Sandra Shevelow Gilbert Slater & Jeanne Slater Zachary Slater & Nancy Slater Cathy Small & Leonard Small Carl Spang & Rep. Judith Spang Sally Stalker Alison Stebbins & Henry Stebbins

Alec Sulkin Nancy Sullivan David Sundman & Chris Sundman Dale Swanson & Catherine Swanson E. Clinton Swift & Bonnie Swift John Swope Jonathan Titcomb Patricia Townsend Scott Tranchemontagne James Varnum & Lucinda Varnum Karlene Wadleigh Karen Wadsworth Donna Wagner Hon. Katherine Wells Wheeler & Douglas Wheeler Norman Whitaker David Whitney Christopher Williams & Ann Williams Peter Wissel & Susan Philbrick Jessie Wood & Shawn Fraim Robert Woodward & Mary Woodward Peter Yunich & Margaret Frank Anonymous (22)

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