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WHAT MATTERS MOST TO YOU? 2017

A supplement to the Bainbridge Island Review


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Craft & Community, Connected. BARN connects us through hands-on learning, teaching, and inspiring each other. BARN’s new facility includes studios for Book Arts, Electronic and Technical Arts, Fiber Arts, Glass Arts, Jewelry Arts, Kitchen Arts, Media Arts, Metal Arts, Printmaking, Woodworking and Writers. Take a free tour of the facility any Sunday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Find out more at BainbridgeBARN.org

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Red Envelope campaign is underway Decisions, decisions! They’re not the typical symbols of fall, but on Bainbridge Island, a red envelope in your mailbox, One Call for All yard signs popping up around town, and pleas via email and social media from your favorite organizations mean one thing: The Red Envelope Campaign has begun. Since 1960, One Call for All has sent out an annual fundraising appeal on behalf of all of the nonprofit organizations that serve Bainbridge Island. It is like no other campaign or organization in the world, because One Call for All delivers 100 percent of your donation to the organizations you designate. Board members no longer knock on neighbors’ doors to collect for the appeal, though. The campaign relies on each Bainbridge resident to choose recipient agencies and submit their donation via mail or online. Each year, the number of dollars raised grows — last year, the campaign raised $1.35 million! — but so does the need. If you’ve seen your Red Envelope, you know that 123 agencies serving Bainbridge are participating this year. Seventeen new agencies have joined: ACLU of Washington, Bainbridge

DID YOU KNOW… That One Call for All can accept gifts of stock and other appreciated assets on behalf of the organizations you choose to support? Many One Call for All partner agencies have few or no staff and lack the capacity to accept donations online or via a brokerage account. One Call for All is very happy to offer this service free of charge to our nonprofit community. For many donors, giving appreciated stock or mutual fund shares that they’ve held for more than a year has tax benefits. Consult your financial advisor for details, but if you itemize deductions, you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s value on the day you give it away, as well as avoid capital gains tax on the increased value. Of course, the biggest benefit to you is that you can spread out your gift among many of the wonderful organizations that contribute to making our Island special, and these organizations do not need to do anything to benefit from your generosity! Please call Tracey Peacoe Denlinger, Executive Director, for details about how to make a gift of stock. It’s easy! 206-842-0659 Island Friends of the Library, Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers, Bainbridge Prepares, Bainbridge Water Polo, Bainbridge Youth Sports Access Fund, Compassionate Listening Project, Kathleen Sutton Fund, Kitsap Foster Care Association, Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center, and Kitsap Rescue Mission, Mavericks Bainbridge, Mom’s Morning Retreat, Olympic College Foundation, One Heart Wild Education Sanctuary, Scarlet Road, and The Tyler Moniz Project. Visit the One Call for All website to learn more. With one check or credit card donation, you

can support as few or as many organizations as you’d like. The average donor chooses seven, but many individuals broaden their impact by donating to the Community Fund (which is divided up into “shares” distributed to organizations based on how many donations each receives) or to One Call for All operations, which supports all agencies by maintaining a website, postage, printing, credit card fees, and more! As you peruse the list to choose your favorites, it might be helpful to note that for many organizations, the Red Envelope is the only

solicitation you will receive this year. One Call for All exists as the sole fundraising vehicle for many of the smaller agencies — in fact, a third of One Call for All recipients have no paid staff at all. You may be inspired by the organizations featured on the following pages. If you’re struggling with your decision about where to give, please visit the website at www.onecallforall. org. Each organization has a complete description of their work and a link to their website if you’d like to learn more. Your next decision is HOW to give. Making a donation online has become even easier than before. You can even make a recurring donation monthly or quarterly if you’d like. You may also use the form on page 15 and mail it to One Call for All, P.O. Box 10487, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110. Now it’s in your hands­— time for you to choose which local nonprofits you wish to support. Thank you for your contribution.


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4-H has skills, fun for tomorrow’s leaders Say “4-H” and most folks probably think “County Fair.” While annual exhibitions of well-bred rabbits and prize-winning poultry are perhaps the most visible showcases of 4-H achievement, young club members are busy almost year-round, learning the ways of animal stewardship, horticulture and … parliamentary procedure? That’s right — Bainbridge 4-H kids run the club’s general meetings, too, and Robert’s Rules of Order guide the proceedings. “Just give them a gavel,” says Susie Gleason, adult president for Bainbridge Island 4-H, the local chapter of the nation’s largest youth development organization. “We have second- and third-graders nominating and seconding motions, and calling ‘all those in favor’… At least one kid usually votes ‘nay’ just because, but majority wins.” Handing young citizens the reins of leadership follows the organization’s spirit of exploration and experiential education —“learn by doing” is the slogan —that has defined the national 4-H organization for more than 100 years. 4-H was founded as “the Corn Growing Club” in Ohio in 1902, as a way “to connect public school education with country life” in a nation that was still largely rural. Researchers had found that while American farmers were slow to embrace the latest agricultural methods, their chil-

dren were much more open to new ideas and experimentation. By “handing up” knowledge, the next generation could help their parents improve agricultural techniques and productivity on farms across the heartland. While 4-H programs have grown to encompass many non-agrarian interests, animals and livestock remain popular with the kids. Indeed, the Bainbridge chapter got its start when youth interest in rabbit husbandry coalesced into a club known as “Hare Raisers” in the 1980s. The name stuck, but became outdated over time by the shifting interests of members. “It used to be a huge rabbit project,” Gleason says. “Now we haven’t had a rabbit project in five years, so the kids decided to rename the club. When they were going to the fair with their dogs and being called ‘Hare Raisers,’ it wasn’t working. It was a cute name, but ‘Bainbridge Island 4-H’ encompasses more things.” About 30 island kids are active at any given time, representing 20 or so families. The club meets once a month October through April at the Camp Yeomalt cabin to conduct general business. Smaller groups of kids and parents meet more often for hands-on activities in various subjects, or “projects.” A dog-training group, for instance, might get together to

Bainbridge Island 4-H members Esther Hills, Danielle Heylen, Lace Wyandotte and Kyra Barnes hold their hens while Jenni Amaden (back to camera) speaks to them. Photo by Joel Sackett run Fido through his paces several times a month between general meetings. Projects follow curricula available through the national 4-H organization, and promote academic as well as experiential

learning. The food preservation course, for instance, is essentially a big science project imparting the old-school techniques of See 4H, Page 5

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years both of her daughters have been involved, one now moving on to college and the other just entering high school. The 4-H year culminates with exhibitions at the county and state fairs, where the barns and exhibition halls will be festooned with red, white and blue ribbons and those telltale 4-H clovers – still the organization’s best advertising. Behind the scenes, kids will have been studying with zeal to best represent their knowledge and skills for judges. “They could almost be prepping for an SAT,” Gleason says. Bainbridge Island 4-H’s annual kickoff meeting took place Oct. 9 at Camp Yeomalt. New families are encouraged to find out more about the organization. Signup costs $25 per student, but thanks to the support through One Call For All, the club does not charge dues. While it doesn’t maintain as high a profile as, say, island sports clubs, 4-H has a real value for kids who want the chance to dive deep into interests that are fun, educational and social, Gleason says. And for a suburban community, there’s a remarkable amount of quasi-rural activity of the sort 4-H was founded to encourage. Witness the recent proliferation of chicken coops in neighborhoods

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islandwide. “Poultry has grown a little bit,” Gleason says. “I think if we could do 4-H for adults, it would be huge. Sometimes parents’ interest, especially with chickens right now, is even higher than the kids’ interest.” Bainbridge Island 4-H www.bainbridgeisland4h.org

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Every year, One Call for All works hard to raise more money for more of the causes Islanders care most about, and they deliver the contributions straight to the organizations the donors choose. Donors benefit from the convenience of making one gift to support the work of as many organizations as they’d like — 123 this year — and the organizations benefit from having more money to spend on their cause. While the number of dollars raised ($1.35 million last year!), and the number of worthy nonprofits goes up each year, the number of donors who give has remained somewhat constant. So this year, One Call for All has a special goal — to bring more donors to our worthy nonprofit partners. Every nonprofit organization that serves Bainbridge Island seeks many sources of funding – grants, program fees, events, and direct contributions. One Call for All funding is important to each of them because it is not restricted. Rather than spending their time and financial resources on raising

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BI Rowing for fitness, the ultimate team sport You see them on Eagle Harbor at all hours in all weather, gliding across the water in a rhythmic, synchronized display of strength and grace. Perfection is elusive for the members of Bainbridge Island Rowing. The quest endures. “It’s a combination of dedication and fitness, and trying to crack that code of the perfect stroke,” says Sue Entress, BIR board president, “and what to do with your body and how to match the other rowers. It’s hard to understand until you get into a boat and you feel it move. “You push off and get some momentum and you cut through the water, and it just becomes very compelling. And you’re never perfect at it, so you just keep trying.” The club was founded in 2001 by a small group of high school and adult rowers, a parent, and a coach who wanted to bring the venerated sport to Bainbridge Island. While it may maintain a higher profile on the East Coast, rowing is immortalized in Northwest sports lore thanks to “The Boys in the Boat,” the University of Washington’s 1936 eight-man crew. Led by legendary coach Al Ulbrickson and boat designer George Pocock, the team earned a Gold Medal at the Berlin Olympics, establishing UW crew and Pocock’s innovative shells as perennial powers.

A women’s lightweight 8 glides through Eagle Harbor.

And there’s a local connection: George Pocock’s son Stan, who carried his father’s work forward as both rowing coach and shell builder, married into an island family in the 1950s.

Drawing on this this rich legacy, Bainbridge Island Rowing now boasts about 200 active members, and offers rowing programs to anyone who wants to clamber into a shell and tug an oar or two in time.

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The seasonal calendar generally sees outdoor rowing in both Junior (high school) and Masters (everyone else) in fall, indoor conditioning through the winter months, See ROWING, Page 9

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Continued from page 8 and competitive regattas in spring. Over the summer, Masters continue their regular regime, while for Juniors it becomes more of summer camp with one-hour morning rows. The dedication can be intense. Masters are out on the water 3-4 days a week at varying hours­— a group of teachers have been meeting to row at 4:45 a.m. for a decade now — while Juniors train five days a week and sometimes on weekends. But as an “a la carte” club, kids are free to come and go depending on their commitment to other prep sports. Bainbridge rowers compete successfully at the local, regional and national levels. But the club also offers year-round Learn To Row classes through the Park District, for folks who aren’t interested in competition but just want to enjoy a really good workout on the harbor in the company of herons and seals. The all-ages, all-abilities ethos is a real draw for the organization. “It’s just a great community of people,” Entress says. “It’s one of the few times where you could put an 80-year-old man, a 50-year-old woman, and two 13-year-old kids together and they would have something to talk about, for hours. That kind of connection you don’t see too many places these days, where you’re offline, face to face, connecting with people.”

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Even on the competitive side, there’s an egalitarian aspect to rowing that may appeal to kids who wouldn’t necessarily stand out in other sports, Entress says. “It’s the ultimate team sport,” she says. “All the kids are equal out on the water. There’s no superstars. It’s all about how you work as a group, and I think that’s an important and humbling message.” Bainbridge Island Rowing is midway through a $2.94 million capital campaign to build a two-story rowing center in Waterfront Park, the basic shell of which has already started to take shape. The completed building will include space for shell storage and workshops downstairs, and meeting, training, locker rooms, and office space above. The center will become a hub not just for Bainbridge rowing, but a regional center and resource for other rowing groups on the Kitsap Peninsula. Contributions made through One Call For All are separate from the capital drive, although if a donor wishes to designate their contribution to the capital campaign, they can. OCFA support generally provides funding for operations, and scholarships for kids and adults who could not otherwise afford the participation fees. The club’s shells and launches require ongoing maintenance to survive wear and tear and the harsh saltwater environment. Participants commit to a certain number of work hours toward equipment upkeep, but even so, Entress concedes, “it’s an expensive

sport.” “Our goal is to make it accessible,” she says. “If you want to row, we want to make sure you’re able to get on the water. To do that, we need scholarships.”

BI Rowing junior rowers leave nothing on the water in a regatta in 2015. Photo by Matthew Derry

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BARN doors open, island artisans flock in Stroll the many studios of the new BARN, and it’s easy to forget that the original vision was a simple community woodworking shop. From that modest inspiration — give or take five years, 500 donors and around $8.5 million — comes the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network’s sprawling new studio facility off new Brooklyn Road. Eleven artisan studios offer space for practice and instruction in an array of disciplines, including book arts, electronic and technical arts, fibers, glass, jewelry and fine metals, culinary arts, media (including Bainbridge Community Broadcasting podcasts), metals, printmaking, writing — and, of course, woodworking. Early reviews are superlative. “BARN is a wonderful addition to the Bainbridge Island community,” says member Susan Ekin Grostin. “Are you interested in woodworking, book-making, fabric art, metal work, or making jewelry but don’t have the tools or knowledge to get started, BARN has the space, the tools, and the classes. “People coming together to share what they know and to learn. How cool is that?” BARN’s inception dates to 2012, when a handful of organizers started talking about how to develop a community woodshop where craftspeople could share their power tools and skills. After a community meeting

and a road trip to the popular Shack Arts Center in Everett, a more grand vision began to shape and the BARN nonprofit was formed. A community “BARNraising” campaign followed, during which the organization offered classes through an interim space at Rolling Bay. A network of local artisans coalesced around the space, turning up weekly to work in fibers and other media. Two years ago, BARN purchased two acres on Three Tree Lane behind the Madison Avenue fire hall. Internationally renowned architect Johnpaul Jones of Bainbridge Island was commissioned to design the 25,000-square foot center. Hundreds of volunteers donated their time to create the studios, organize classes, and plan and equip the space. Members of the woodworking studio alone donated over 5,000 hours to build custom-designed cabinetry throughout the center in time for the June grand opening. Even with anticipation running high, organizers were surprised on dedication day when visitors overwhelmed the center. “Attendance far exceeded our expectations,” says Mark Nichols, BARN executive director. “We found out many more wanted to come but couldn’t find a parking spot nearby.” For Sallie Maron, BARN board president, it was validation for the vision of BARN as

The BARN Fiber Arts studio offers workshops in weaving, print and pattern design, dyeing, sewing, basketry, felting, spinning and more.

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a hub for new community connections and collaborations, with members united by a passion for creativity and craft. “The real story is the sense of community that happened at the grand opening,” Maron says. “There was just a sense of joy

and discovery as people came in and found the building for the first time, and began to understand what it could mean for them individually, and for the community and See BARN, Page 11

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Sustainable Bainbridge goes for the green They’ve been credited with turning “sustainability” from a noun to a verb. That’s because when it comes to the environment, Sustainable Bainbridge wants less talk and more action. Got an idea of your own? Bring it – your plan could be their next program. “We are not just about saying that something is important for the community ,” says Maradel Gale, Sustainable Bainbridge founder and board member. “Our programs are about actively doing things to help the island.” Gale was one of a dozen community members who established the organization in 2007 after a lecture and call to action by local sustainability guru David Korten. With a standing-room-only crowd at BPA, it was clear that islanders were eager to take up the cause. A small grant from the City provided seed money, and Sustainable Bainbridge was off and running. “We saw ourselves as an organization that would nurture initiatives in whatever areas — environmental, economic and social — that would help our island,” Gale says. “It was beyond ‘green,’ to really looking at longevity and preservation of our resources for future generations.” From its office in the Marge Williams Center, Sustainable Bainbridge now acts as “yurt” organization — one roof, many volunteers — for an array of initiatives. Among them: Sound Food guides islanders toward locally sourced sustenance, helping local farms and agriculture. Zero Waste promotes the timeless triad of “reduce, reuse, recycle.” Weed Warriors and Let’s Pull Together work together to eradicate non-native invasive plants and prevent “Scotch broom sprawl.” Other initiatives, including the BI Watershed Council, Beach Naturalists, and Go! Bainbridge, fly the flag for non-motorized transportation, tidy tidelands, watershed preservation and economic sustainability.

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Continued from page 10 the region.” The grand opening drove a surge in interest, and membership is already years ahead of projections, Nichols says. Membership confers invitations to special events and access to select studios outside of Open Studio times.” The BARN calendar is now brimming with offerings in a dizzying array of subjects. You can learn to make ice cream with homemade toppings in the commercial kitchen studio, a textile in the fibers center, or a hammer down the hall. Many classes in the 3,500-sf. woodworking studio already have waiting lists, including a seminar on hand-building kayaks. Jeff Williams, BARN woodworking studio lead, says Bainbridge and the greater Kitsap area have come together to create a one-of-

Sustainable Bainbridge has been a successful incubator, helping various green and social initiatives get off the ground and then spinning them off to other groups. The group underwrote Bainbridge Community Broadcasting, a local producer of community affairs podcasts, for the first few years of its existence. BCB recently moved into a brand new studio at BARN, under that organization’s media arts program. Likewise the Student Conservation Corps, which sends high school students out into the field for environmental stewardship and cleanup projects. Originally a Sustainable Bainbridge project, it is now under the aegis of the Bainbridge Parks Foundation. It also helped the new Bainbridge Prepares initiative, now organizing the community for emergency preparedness and neighborhood self-reliance. “If we can nurture them and get them off to a good start and they go elsewhere, that’s fine,” Gale says. “We’re not trying to enlarge our portfolio, so much as keep things happening.” Most Sustainable Bainbridge programs have signature events that highlight their efforts. For Zero Waste, it’s the annual “Trashion Show” showcasing creative re-uses for waste materials. Fall stream monitoring events managed by the Watershed Council herald and quantify the annual return of Northwest’s iconic salmon to local waterways. “It’s so amazing how much gets accomplished with so little funding and so many wonderful volunteers,” says Christine Perkins, board president. September brings Sustainable Bainbridge’s second annual Beach Cleanup, this year focusing on road ends and other public access points. The event is part of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup, a worldwide effort to clean our seas. The event is modeled after a popular a-kind garden for craftspeople and artisans to flourish. “The unique aspect of BARN is providing a fertile environment for the studios to not only work within their own disciplines,” Williams says. “The opportunities for cross-pollination between the studios is endless.” Nichols said participants come for various reasons — to learn a new hobby, or to hone a familiar craft. Folks from various interests can drift from one studio to another or meet over lunch in BARN’s great hall, from which the studios spin off like spokes. Support from One Call For All will help BARN purchase even more equipment to fill out the studios and support classes and crafts. “When people say ‘doesn’t this make you proud,’ there’s no pride in this,” Maron says. “It’s really just a sense of delight that people are finding a place where they can find and stoke their creativity. It tells you that everybody does have a creative spark, and BARN speaks to that. “Even if they don’t think they do anything

Zero Waste members help keep discarded items property sorted at community events like the Fourth of July, Rotary Auction and farmers market. Photo by Joel Sackett “Adopt A Beach” program in Gale’s former home of Oregon, where volunteers stewarded the state’s hundreds of miles of public coastline. It’s a little more complicated on Bainbridge, where most of the island’s 53 miles of shoreline are privately held. Still, last year’s inaugural event saw volunteers remove tons of garbage and debris from local tidelands. Even Governor Jay Inslee turned out, picking up junk and hauling an old tire off the beach from Hawley Cove in Eagle Harbor. “People were very excited about what they could accomplish and that they were making a difference,” Gale says. “I think it gave people a sense of actually doing something in a day and age when it’s hard to feel like you can make a difference directly.” Sustainable Bainbridge receives about 95 percent of its annual funding through One Call for All. The organization is all volunteer, so contributions are used to sustain

individual programs, purchase materials and organize events. While most of the group’s programs are action oriented, some highlight the simple pleasure and edification of experiencing the island environment. The low-tide Bainbridge Beach Naturalist-led explorations brings scores of islanders out in summer and winter to learn about the marvels of the local shorelines. You never know what will turn up – an octopus, a gumboot chiton, or a black-clawed “zombie” crab. “You get to find out the magic that is on our beaches. It is truly awesome,” Gale says. “People who have been lifetime residents of Bainbridge have said, ‘I cannot believe what’s out there. I had no idea all these creatures were right there on the beach.’ It’s just a magical thing. And there’s always something new that shows up and surprises us.” Sustainable Bainbridge Maradel Gale, Executive director www.sustainablebainbridge.org

creative, they find that they can, and they find the joy in that. It’s really what makes us whole.” Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network

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Space Craft is the orbit for island music fans A few things that bug Morgan Terry when she’s enjoying live music: People talking. People holding up their phones or iPads, taking bad video. People not giving themselves over to the transcendence that comes with the sound and vision of a really good performance. For Terry, self-described music junkie and creative director of nonprofit music promoter Space Craft, the concert ritual is mystical, maybe sacred. She hopes you’ll be there with her — fully in the moment, fully immersed. “It’s going to sound super woo-woo, but it’s like an out-of-body experience,” Terry says of a good concert experience. “I do realize that other people don’t listen to music with the intensity or the intent that I do, but I do love helping people find something new. “I just love it when people walk out and say, ‘that was amazing, thank you for doing that.’ Well yeah, of course – my pleasure.” Terry formed Space Craft in 2014 “to build community by empowering and celebrating the talent of emerging musicians in the Pacific Northwest.” Twice a month, she brings live bands in a variety of popular forms — rock, folk, electronica, swing jazz — to Rolling Bay Hall. With a capacity of around 100, the space provides an all-ages, intimate concert experience for fans and bands alike. For around 12 bucks, you get a two-band bill, a 21-andover bar area sponsored by Harbour Public House, a chance to mingle with the band and maybe someday say, “Yeah, I saw those Nefertiti Porter of the Portland band Bitch’n performs at Space Craft. guys on Bainbridge before they were big.” Behind the curtain is Terry, music impresario. She got into music the old-fashioned way: Bands playing a Space Craft show are really ‘out there’.” through her parents’ record collection of Local fans eventually caught on too, with blues, early rock, the Beatles, Zappa, jazz. always reimbursed for ferry travel, treated She dabbled in music performance herself, to a meal, snacks and refreshments, and Space Craft shows now often selling out. made as comfortable as possible in the And they’re serious about the experience. went to art school, Terry hears from bands all the time, worked as a student amazed that Space Craft crowds realassistant, and hosted ly get into the show instead of chata local podcast. ting away and swigging their PBR’s. She was always “People who come to our shows are very specific “People who come to our shows obsessive about findabout wanting to come and actively engage and are very specific about wanting to ing new music, which come and actively engage and listen listen to the music.” through the smallto the music,” she says. “We didn’t do town web of connecanything to make that happen, it just tions and opportuni — Morgan Terry, creative director kind of naturally happened.” ties, eventually led to Along the way, Terry says, she producing a few live has been helped out by mentors shows at Rolling Bay. with experience booking bands for “Initially our misBumbershoot and boasting big-label sion was to bring outcredentials. side, relevant music to Bainbridge Island,” backstage green room. With success, Space Craft has been able Terry admits her standards came from a she says. “After the first year, it became to expand its offerings. Terry now hosts a apparent that the people of Bainbridge and place of naiveté. “I think we had an advantage I’d never Vinyl Lounge every Wednesday evening Kitsap County didn’t care as much we wantworked in the industry and didn’t know at the Harbor Public House, a themed ed them too — but the musicians did.” Musicians spread the word through social how you were ‘supposed to’ treat talent,” she mix party where fans of the recent vinyl media about what a great experience Space says. “I didn’t know that you weren’t sup- revival can spin their favorite records and Craft offered. That’s when Terry’s mission posed to pay the opener, or that you weren’t “chill out.” She has also presented music-remade a subtle shift — to really support the supposed to always give them dinner. I was lated films at the Lynwood Theater and bands, most of them up-and-coming acts like, ‘Oh, they’re our guests and they’re nice Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Space Craft recently started an Artist not exactly used to A-List treatment from enough to come out here, so I should treat them like my friends.’ Apparently, that was Grant Fund, to provide small grants to promoters.

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musicians to advance their careers or craft. That could mean helping fund a recording project, replace a stolen instrument, or just buy a new axle for the tour van to reach more fans. Support from One Call For All will help Space Craft continue its twice-monthly concert series and keep Bainbridge Island on the map as a must-play stop for regional and even national acts on their winding road to fame. Morgan Terry will see you in the crowd. “We’re an all-ages venue, and we really mean that,” she says. “Come with your 90-year-old grandma and bring your 3-year-old. You’re never too old or too young to find a new band. “There’s new music being made every day, and it’s thrilling.” Space Craft Morgan Terry, creative director www.spacecraftpresents.org


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Kiwanis Club of Bainbridge Island

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Bainbridge Public Library

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Leadership Kitsap

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Bainbridge Schools Foundation

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League of Women Voters Education Fund

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Madrona School

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Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer NW

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Bainbridge Student Loan Fund

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ABC Conservation/Education Foundation

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Bainbridge Water Polo

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ACLU of Washington

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American Red Cross

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Mavericks Bainbridge

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Battle Point Astronomical Association

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Arts & Humanities Bainbridge

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Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN)

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Bainbridge Arts & Crafts

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Bainbridge Chinese Culture & Arts

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Bainbridge Chorale

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Meals on Wheels Kitsap

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Mom’s Morning Retreat

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Montessori Country School

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Bloedel Reserve

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Boys & Girls Club of Bainbridge Island

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NatureBridge

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Carden Country School

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Olympic College Foundation

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Coffee Oasis

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Olympic Performance Group One Heart Wild Education Sanctuary

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Bainbridge Community Piano Association

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Compassionate Listening Project

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Bainbridge Cooperative Nursery School (BCNS)

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Crisis Clinic of the Peninsulas

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Ovation! Performing Arts Northwest

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County

PAWS of Bainbridge Island & North Kitsap

Bainbridge High School Instrumental Band Boosters

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EduCulture

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Peacock Family Services

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Filipino American Community of Bainbridge Island & Vicinity

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Peninsula Community Health Services

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Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest

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Puget Sound Restoration Fund

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Raising Resilience

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Salish Sea Expeditions

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Bainbridge Island 4H

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Bainbridge Island Ambulance Assocation

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Bainbridge Island Boys Lacrosse Association

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First Years Children’s Center

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Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers

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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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Bainbridge Island Downtown Association

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Friends of Bainbridge Island High School Sailing

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Bainbridge Island Friends of the Library

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Scarlet Road

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Friends of Fort Ward

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Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

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Smile Partners

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Friends of the Farms

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Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial Association

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Sound Works Job Center

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Gear Grinders Bainbridge Island Mountain Biking Club

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Space Craft

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Bainbridge Island Land Trust

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GoRun!

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St. Barnabas Day School

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Bainbridge Island Little League

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Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County

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St. Cecilia Catholic School

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Helpline House

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Sustainable Bainbridge

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Teen Talking Circles

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Hospice Care in Kitsap County

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The Island School

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Housing Resources Bainbridge

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The Tyler Moniz Project

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Hyla Middle School

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United Way of Kitsap County

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Island Children’s Montessori School

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Island Cooperative Preschool

Virginia Mason Bainbridge Island Medical Center

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West Sound Wildlife Shelter

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YWCA Kitsap County

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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

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Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation

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Bainbridge Island Pony Club

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Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers

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Bainbridge Island Rotary Scholarship Foundation

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Bainbridge Island Rowing

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Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center

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Island Neighbors

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Island Theatre

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Island Time Activities (ITA)

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Bainbridge Island Special Needs Foundation

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Bainbridge Island Sportsmen’s Club

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Island Volunteer Caregivers

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IslandWood

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Kathleen Sutton Fund

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Kids in Concert

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Kitsap Audubon Society

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Kitsap Foster Care Association

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Kitsap Humane Society

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Bainbridge Island-Kitezh

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Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center

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Bainbridge Ometepe Sister Islands Association

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Bainbridge Performing Arts

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2016-2017 One Call For All Donors

David & Marilyn Abbott Virginia Abell-Clayton Dick & Sharon Abrams Anne Ackenhusen & Mike Johns Jamie & Alice Acker Sharon Acton & Bill Davis Nancy & Marc Adam John Adams John S. Adams Maura Ahearne Janette Ahrndt Cole & Cameron Albee Sarah & Matt Albee Alison & Dean Alexander Dan & Harriet Alexander Jeanette M. Alexander Robert Alexander Jane and Bill Allan Dick & Marilyn Allen Roger and Cathy Allen Margot Amestoy Dana Amore Andrea Anderson Barbara H. Anderson Borgan & Kathy Anderson Claudia Anderson Farris Anderson Greg Anderson Lori & Jim Anderson Mary Anderson & Trey Walker

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Matthew Ballard Jill Bamburg Julia Bamburg Erin & Bob Banasik Jill & Peter Bang-Knudsen Lisa Banner and Kim Butchereit Michael Barancik Bill Baran-Mickle Susanne & Sam Bardelson Janet Barnard & Bill Sams Mary Barnett Teamtrio Richard & Patti Baron Art & Suzane Bartel Patty & Doug Bartholf Jim & Carol Bartley Patrick Batson Steve & Laurie Arnold Nicole Bavo Jon & Martha Bayley David and Mary Beck / Scribner Peter Beckman James Behrend Karen & Tom Beierle Len Beil & Stella Ley Carol Bell Patricia & Charles Bell Gary Benjamin Benson Glosser Family Michael Benson

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Learn More and Give at www.onecallforall.org ABC CONSERVATION/EDUCATION FOUNDATION: The ABC Conservation/ Education Foundation encourages and supports public education on the protection and preservation of the environment and natural resources of Bainbridge Island and its surrounding areas. ACLU OF WASHINGTON: The ACLU is the nation’s premier civil rights and civil liberties organization. It is an unwavering voice of freedom, fairness and equality for all people in America. AMERICAN RED CROSS: The Red Cross alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. ARMS AROUND BAINBRIDGE: Arms Around Bainbridge provides support to members of our Island Community facing overwhelming financial and emotional burdens associated with serious illness through direct person-toperson support and interaction with our beneficiaries. ARTS & HUMANITIES BAINBRIDGE: Arts & Humanities Bainbridge supports Bainbridge Island artists and cultural groups, provides arts residencies in the schools for more than 2,000 children, and nurtures collaboration and arts advocacy within the Island’s cultural sector. BAINBRIDGE ARTISAN RESOURCE NETWORK: BARN offers classes, workshops, and open studio time for all skill-levels in a well-equipped, intergenerational center. It’s a place for learning, teaching, sharing, and inspiring each other with creativity, craftsmanship and community service. BAINBRIDGE ARTS & CRAFTS: Encouraging the creation and appreciation of fine contemporary art and craft by exhibiting the work of Northwest artists, and by offering free art education and outreach to a county-wide audience of all ages and abilities. BAINBRIDGE CHINESE CULTURE & ARTS: Provides Chinese language training (reading/writing/speaking/listening), and introduces Chinese culture and arts to young students and interested adults on Bainbridge Island and nearby communities in Washington State. BAINBRIDGE CHORALE: In addition to presenting choral concerts, the Bainbridge Chorale and Olympic Girls’ Choir partner with other musical groups to host public participation events including the annual Messiah Sing-along and Community Caroling in December. BAINBRIDGE COMMUNITY PIANO ASSOCIATION: Bainbridge Community Piano Association owns and maintains the Yamaha C6 grand piano at Waterfront Park Community Center. It presents eight professional concerts of jazz and classical music in the First Sundays Concert series. BAINBRIDGE COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOL (BCNS): BCNS provides quality preschool education for children ages 3-6. We have been learning through art and play since 1963. One Call for All donations are used to help families in need of tuition assistance. BAINBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUMENTAL BAND BOOSTERS: The purpose of the Band Boosters is to serve and support our students and promote activities of the Bainbridge High School Band program. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND 4H: Bainbridge Island 4H is a club that currently has dog, poultry, gardening, sewing and cooking as projects. 4H is open to kids in kindergarten to age 19. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION: BIAA Serves the needs of the BI Community in concert with BIFD. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND BOYS LACROSSE ASSOCIATION: The mission of Bainbridge Island Boys Lacrosse Association is to provide student athletes of all ages with an exceptional experience dedicated to participation, commitment, discipline, team loyalty, and self-confidence. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND CHILD CARE CENTERS: BICCC has recently purchased the Voyager Montessori property and is working on funding a new center and home for our beloved program! Thank you for your support of our dream school! BAINBRIDGE ISLAND DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION: The mission of the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association: build and sustain community through a vibrant downtown economy. Bainbridge is one of just 12 designated Washington Main Streets accredited by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: The Bainbridge Island Friends of the Library supports Bainbridge Public Library by selling books. Funding goes toward building needs, program support, and growing an endowment for the future. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HISTORICAL MUSEUM: To collect, preserve, and foster knowledge of Bainbridge Island History. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND JAPANESE AMERICAN EXCLUSION MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION: BIJAEMA’s mission is to create and oversee a permanent memorial at the site where the Japanese and Japanese Americans of Bainbridge Island were forcibly exiled during World War II. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND LAND TRUST: The Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s mission is to preserve and steward the diverse natural environment of Bainbridge Island for the benefit of all.

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND LITTLE LEAGUE: We offer a fun, supportive and competitive experience for children 4-18. We develop skills, sportsmanship and love for the game and contribute to the island’s economic vibrancy by making Bainbridge a destination baseball venue. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MUSEUM OF ART: The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) is an educational institution whose mission is to engage a diverse population with the art and craft of our region and our time. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND PARKS FOUNDATION: Your donation improves Island parks, facilities and trails, enhancing access and stewarding these places we share for recreation, reflection and fun! BAINBRIDGE ISLAND PONY CLUB: We’re a local USPC club with a 50+ year tradition of developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence in youth, while providing education in horse-care, riding and mounted sports. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND ROPE SKIPPERS: The Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers are a local jump rope team serving athletes ages 8 - 17. We work to promote the exciting world of competitive jump rope and continue to compete in local, national, and international tournaments. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION: The Rotary Club of BI Scholarship Foundation provides a unique scholarship opportunity for Island students. The scholarships are based on an individuals giving back through community service and leadership. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND ROWING: BIR offers rowing programs guided by worldclass coaching. A variety of recreational and competitive programs offer a high level of fitness, sense of community, and a chance to enjoy the natural environment. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER: BISCC promotes the well being in mind, body and spirit of those fifty and older through education, exercise, fellowship, nutrition, recreation, travel and a wellness program. Seniors use their experience and skills as volunteers. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND SPECIAL NEEDS FOUNDATION: BISNF offers adults with developmental disabilities a place to build community: to be a friend, to have a friend, to be independent, to be responsible. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND SPORTSMEN’S CLUB: Founded in 1929, the Sportsmen’s Club provides outdoor education, youth education, safety training, lessons, education and practice for archery, trap/five-stand, rifle, and pistol, and community meeting facilities. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND SWIM CLUB BOOSTERS: Bainbridge Island Swim Club Boosters support swimmers by fundraising and providing swimmers with the tools, equipment, and confidence to succeed in and out of the water. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS SUPPORT GROUP: BIVIPSG promotes education and training of visually-impaired persons to enhance their quality of life and ability to cope with challenges of daily life. Regular meetings offer information on important topics and provide networking opportunities. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION: Since 1942, BIVFA members have served as firefighters and emergency medical technicians on Bainbridge Island. Funds raised support firefighting, emergency medical services, rescue, public safety education, training, and related equipment purchases. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND YOUTH ORCHESTRA: The BIYO provides string players the opportunity to play in an orchestra (not available in the BI schools), while receiving excellent instruction, support and the benefits of camaraderie in a shared interest. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND YOUTH SOCCER (BIFC): We are a youth soccer club on Bainbridge, and we serve approximately one-fourth of all Island families. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND-KITEZH: Bainbridge Island-Kitezh is a cultural exchange program for Bainbridge High School students. They perform local community service, then in the summer travel to Nepal where they assist locals in projects benefiting their community. BAINBRIDGE OMETEPE SISTER ISLANDS ASSOCIATION: The Bainbridge Ometepe Sister Islands Association focuses on people-to-people exchanges between Bainbridge and our sister island in Nicaragua. Our activities enrich lives on both islands because they feature mutual involvement and benefit. BAINBRIDGE PERFORMING ARTS: The quintessential heart of the island’s performing arts community, offering year-round LIVE entertainment on stage for 60 years, BPA is a gathering place for local talent in dance, music, and theatre. BAINBRIDGE PREPARES: Bainbridge Prepares supports our community through communication and awareness about emergency preparedness because when we’re all connected and informed, our island thrives. Learn more about our resilience projects at bainbridgeprepares.org. BAINBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Bainbridge Public Library provides a full range of library services for adults and children in partnership with Kitsap Regional Library. BPL owns and maintains the building and grounds; KRL provides the staff, collections, & programs. BAINBRIDGE SCHOOLS FOUNDATION: The Bainbridge Schools Foundation helps to bridge the gap between what our school district receives in education funding and what it needs to adequately fund its programs and achieve educational excellence.

BAINBRIDGE STUDENT LOAN FUND: One Call For All funds are used to make low-interest loans to postsecondary students in our community to defray the costs of college, university or vocational education. BAINBRIDGE WATER POLO: Our Club is dedicated to fostering the love of water polo in a positive, team centered environment to co-ed players from 4th grade to 12th grade year round. We offer a Master’s program for adults. BAINBRIDGE YOUTH SERVICES: Bainbridge Youth Services is dedicated to promoting the social and emotional well-being of all community adolescents through no-fee professional therapy and diverse outreach programs and services. BAINBRIDGE YOUTH SPORTS ACCESS FUND: The Bainbridge Youth Sports Access Fund helps eliminate the financial barriers to Bainbridge High School youth participating in sports. Grant funds are distributed to Bainbridge High School and distributed via the school’s existing confidential protocol. BATTLE POINT ASTRONOMICAL ASSOCIATION: The BPAA provides an observatory, telescopes and space dedicated to many aspects of astronomy, including Star Parties, educational programs, public lectures, astronomy courses, research projects and construction programs. BLOEDEL RESERVE: Bloedel Reserve, recognized as one of the country’s most original and ambitious public gardens, features 150-acres of woodlands, ponds, meadows, and wildlife habitats, and 12 distinct award-winning gardens. Nature designed to refresh the soul. BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND: The Club provides after school and break programs for youth in grades K-12. We provide safe, positive, and fun after-school programs; summer and holiday day camps, including leadership and service opportunities for teens through club volunteerism. CARDEN COUNTRY SCHOOL: An interdenominational Christian School, Carden offers a proven, incremental curriculum for grades K-8. Carden uses an individualized approach to meet the needs of each student so they might find joy in every lesson. COFFEE OASIS: The mission of The Coffee Oasis is to change the world for homeless youth through street and school outreach, drop-in centers, housing, case management, mentoring, and job training. COMPASSIONATE LISTENING PROJECT: The Compassionate Listening Project empowers individuals and communities to transform conflict and create cultures of peace and healing through trainings and facilitation; facilitator certification; books and videos; and training delegations in conflict and postconflict zones. CRISIS CLINIC OF THE PENINSULAS: A 24-hour telephone service that provides a non-judgmental listening ear to people in crisis or who simply need to talk to someone. If you need to talk call 1-800-843-4793. DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OF KITSAP COUNTY: The Dispute Resolution Center offers trainings and services that assist parties in developing their own solutions to conflicts, with the help of specially trained mediators. Our goal is to reduce conflict and maximize effective communication. EDUCULTURE: EduCulture serves our schools and community through locally grown educational experiences that bridge local farms, gardens, classrooms, and lunchrooms; and programs that bear witness to Bainbridge Island’s unique heritage with exclusion, inclusion, citizenship and community. FILIPINO AMERICAN COMMUNITY OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND & VICINITY: The Filipino American Community entertains many community members throughout the year with seasonal Holiday Gatherings, Strawberry Festival, Fil-Am day, and the Indipino Festival to honor our Filipino Heritage and Founders of our Organization. FIRST YEARS CHILDREN’S CENTER: Our center educates and cares for children 4 weeks through 5 years in age. We strive to nurture each child’s cognitive, language, social/emotional, and physical development at his and her own pace. FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER: The mission of Fred Hutch is the elimination of cancer and related diseases as causes of human suffering and death. We believe we’ll have cures for most, if not all, cancers by 2025. FRIENDS OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SAILING: FOBIHSS efforts are centered on creating sailing opportunities for the high school sailing team. Our fundraising efforts are directed towards purchasing boats that are utilized by the sailing team and the BIMPRD sailing programs. FRIENDS OF FORT WARD: The Fort Ward Community Hall project will restore the historic bakery building in Fort Ward for use as an island-wide community hall, managed by the Park District. FRIENDS OF THE FARMS: Friends of the Farms is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation in Bainbridge Island founded in 2001 with the mission to preserve and enhance local agriculture, increase farmland, and support the farming community. GEAR GRINDERS/BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MOUNTAIN BIKING CLUB: The Bainbridge Island Mountain Biking Club supports mountain biking and raises funds to pay for equipment, supplies, and expenses for the Gear Grinders, the Island’s co-ed middle school and high school level mountain bike teams. GORUN!: GoRun! is a non-profit that organizes a running program for 4th, 5th and 6th grade girls. Our mission is to build key life skills (goal setting, teamwork, etc.) while encouraging healthy lifestyle choices and fitness.


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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF KITSAP COUNTY: Everyone deserves a decent place to live. Habitat helps low-income families achieve stability through shelter. They build alongside volunteers and move into a home of their own with an affordable mortgage. HELPLINE HOUSE: An umbrella of social services: Donations support professional crisis intervention, assessment, resource referral, advocacy, short-term counseling, food bank, transportation assistance and medical equipment loan. Neighbor helping neighbor – one neighbor at a time. HOSPICE CARE IN KITSAP COUNTY: Your gift supports those we serve in the Kitsap Community so that the end of their life is filled with as much beauty, respect and comfort as the beginning. HOUSING RESOURCES BAINBRIDGE: HRB works to preserve the diversity and vitality of Bainbridge Island by providing and maintaining affordable housing opportunities. Our programs include: rental and homeownership housing, HomeShare and Independent Living. HYLA MIDDLE SCHOOL: With rigorous academics and small classes, Hyla challenges students in 6th-8th grades to encourage academic and personal growth. Our culture of respect, kindness, inclusion, and responsibility develops young leaders with character and integrity. ISLAND CHILDREN’S MONTESSORI SCHOOL: Offering preschool education to 2-1/2 to 6 year old children in preparation for a successful future education experience. ISLAND COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL: A creative, nature-based preschool for children ages 1-5 with parent education for the parents through Olympic College. Children and parents learning together. ISLAND NEIGHBORS: Island Neighbors is a volunteer-based organization providing connections to community resources to help people, of all income and ages, navigate life transitions, including aging in place. ISLAND THEATRE: Island Theatre produces classic and contemporary plays for adult audiences at its bi-monthly play readings at the Bainbridge Public Library, in-home potluck play readings, and the annual Island Theatre TenMinute Play Festival at BPA. ISLAND TIME ACTIVITIES: ITA empowers people with intellectual disabilities to lead lives of meaning and self-determination. Our individualized social club programming brings social connections, community involvement, and skill development to our members while providing respite for their caregivers. ISLAND VOLUNTEER CAREGIVERS: We connect volunteers with seniors and persons with disabilities to provide no-cost services to support their independence, health and well-being. These include transportation, errands, companionship, in-home services, life-enrichment activities, and Grief and Caregivers Support Groups. ISLANDWOOD: IslandWood provides exceptional learning experiences for students, teachers and families. Through our programs for schools and our community events, IslandWood inspires lifelong environmental and community stewardship. KATHLEEN SUTTON FUND: The Kathleen Sutton Fund provides transportation assistance for women with cancer. KIDS DISCOVERY MUSEUM: KiDiMu offers quality, hands-on educational exhibits and programs for children and their families. KiDiMu helps children acquire skills necessary for academic success, gain confidence and independence, and make sense of the world. KIDS IN CONCERT: KIC provides free after-school music instruction, instruments, homework help, friendship, and community for kids in North Kitsap County, ages six and up. KITSAP AUDUBON SOCIETY: Kitsap Audubon is all about the birds, their habitat and the people who share that habitat on Bainbridge and Kitsap County through educational meetings and materials, scholarships, field trips, our newsletter and land conservation. KITSAP FOSTER CARE ASSOCIATION: Kitsap Foster Care Association strives to support foster caregivers through educational opportunities, enrichment activities and by advocating for foster children in our community. Supporting foster parents ensures safe, stable placements for kids in our community. KITSAP HUMANE SOCIETY: Kitsap Humane Society is the largest provider of animal welfare services in our local community, with a deep commitment to saving lives, finding homes, and strengthening the human-animal bond for over 6,000 animals yearly. KITSAP IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE CENTER: Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center is committed to the well-being of immigrants and the development of a rich multicultural community. We work to empower, educate and integrate immigrants through advocacy and social justice. KITSAP LEGAL SERVICES: Connect people with free volunteer attorneys to get civil legal help reducing homelessness, reducing domestic violence, increasing peaceful divorce, helping with disability issues, and many more areas. Also providing public legal presentations on many topics.

KITSAP REGIONAL LIBRARY FOUNDATION: Kitsap Regional Library Foundation supports the Library’s mission to inspire our community to dream more, learn more, do more and be more. We help fund Summer Learning, One Book One Community, and much more. KITSAP RESCUE MISSION: We provide free clothing, food, shelter, and showers to anyone in need three days a week. Our Dayroom provides a place of respite during the day and our Overnight Shelter provides safe harbor during the night. KIWANIS CLUB OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND: Kiwanis is a volunteer organization dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. We fund or support five preschool-12 programs, five community events and provide three community awards. LEADERSHIP KITSAP: Strong leaders build strong communities. Leadership Kitsap is our community’s civic leadership program designed to educate, prepare, and connect a new group of committed leaders for community involvement in Kitsap County. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS EDUCATION FUND: The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation of citizens in government. LWVEF distributes voter registration materials, our yearly update of They Represent You and conducts candidate and ballot issue forums. MADRONA SCHOOL: We offer Waldorf education for children ages 18 months - 14 years (8th grade). Our programs integrate movement, art, music, drama and the outdoors with a developmentally appropriate curriculum and academics. MAKE SOME NOISE: CURE KIDS CANCER NW: Funding childhood cancer research is our mission. We’ve raised and granted over $350,000.00 to the promising immunotherapy research being done at Seattle Children’s Hospital under the direction of Bainbridge Island’s own Dr. Michael C. Jensen. MARGE WILLIAMS CENTER: The non-profit Marge Williams Center provides affordable offices and meeting space for other non-profit organizations serving Bainbridge Island. Our red house on Winslow Way has nurtured nonprofits since 2001 and currently houses 11 organizations. MARTHA & MARY: Martha & Mary provides childcare, early learning, before/after school programs; post-hospitalization rehabilitation and long-term/memory care for seniors/older adults in our 190-bed skilled nursing facility; in-home care for seniors; and affordable independent/assisted living senior apartments. MAVERICKS BAINBRIDGE: Mavericks is a select tournament baseball club located on Bainbridge Island. Our mission is to provide youth ages 9u-18u professional training & education, as well as develop good sportsmanship & love of the game. MEALS ON WHEELS KITSAP: Providing healthy, nutritious meals and more for Bainbridge Island seniors, aged 60 years and older through community dining sites and directly delivered to the medically-homebound. MOM’S MORNING RETREAT: Mom’s Morning Retreat is a trusted place for mothers of all-age children to connect and replenish. Moms explore mindfulness and personal growth in a supportive community. Meetings are at Grace Church, and childcare is provided. MONTESSORI COUNTRY SCHOOL: MCS educates children from birth through grade six in the Montessori Method. All children should have the advantage of a strong educational beginning that builds self-esteem and a joy for learning. NATUREBRIDGE: NatureBridge fosters environmental literacy to sustain our planet. Through hands-on environmental science programs in nature’s classroom, we bring science to life for more than 30,000 children and teens each year. OLYMPIC COLLEGE FOUNDATION: The Olympic College Foundation supports the OC Archaeology Field School. Each summer we discover more about the history of Yama village on Bainbridge Island. We collaborate with the BI Historical Society to tell this story. OLYMPIC PERFORMANCE GROUP: OPG provides dancers and performers of all ages with the opportunity to be involved in professional level productions and workshops.  With a twelve year history, OPG has touched the lives of thousands in our community.

ONE CALL FOR ALL: We have been working hard for Bainbridge Island since 1960, helping nonprofits that serve our community spend fewer of their resources on fundraising so that they can do more to serve our community. ONE HEART WILD EDUCATION SANCTUARY: We serve Kitsap providing professional Animal/Equine Assisted Self Development and Psychotherapy services, Animal Sanctuary Volunteer program, Humane Education in schools, Mindfulness in Nature, and the Emotional Resilience Program for Teens and Foster Children. OVATION! PERFORMING ARTS NORTHWEST: Ovation! produces mainstage shows and operates a performing arts academy, which includes show choir camp, an adult choir and the Northwest Young Actors’ Academy. PAWS OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND AND NORTH KITSAP: For over 40 years PAWS has helped thousands of Islanders and their pets live richer, healthier lives not only with pet adoptions but other vital services such as veterinary assistance, spay/neuter, pet food banks and so much more.

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PEACOCK FAMILY SERVICES: Peacock Family Services strives to be a leader in building healthy communities by combining content-rich early childhood education and care, with meaningful interactions with nature for school-age children, family support services, and parent/teacher education. PENINSULA COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES: Peninsula Community Health Services is a nonprofit community health center providing services for primary care, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health to the uninsured and underinsured of our communities. PLANNED PARENTHOOD: Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands serves thousands of people in Washington, Idaho, Alaska and Hawaii. We provide reproductive health care and sex education to all, no matter what. PUGET SOUND RESTORATION FUND: Puget Sound Restoration Fund is dedicated to restoring habitat, water quality and native species. RAISING RESILIENCE: We bring parents together at speaker events, small group classes, and other programs where they can learn both from experts and each other. SALISH SEA EXPEDITIONS: Salish Sea Expeditions inspires youth to connect with the marine environment through boat-based scientific inquiry and handson learning, instilling curiosity, confidence, and critical thinking. SCARLET ROAD: Scarlet Road is a faith based non-profit organization serving female identified individuals who need support exiting sexual exploitation and human trafficking. SMILE PARTNERS: Smile Partners runs Smiles For Life, an oral health program for low-income seniors at the Waterfront Park Community Center. In 2016-17, we also served 12,000 kids in 140 preschools and elementary schools in the Puget Sound area. SOUND WORKS JOB CENTER: We provide a wide spectrum of employment support services to low-income and homeless individuals to help remove them from the cycle of proverty. Support includes free resumes, interview training, and job placement assistance. SPACE CRAFT: Space Craft is on a mission to bring new music, ideas and experiences that are fresh to Kitsap County. We’re building community by empowering and celebrating the talent of emerging musicians in the Pacific Northwest. ST. BARNABAS DAY SCHOOL: The Day School has provided a quality preschool education for over 40 years. Our play-based programs and interactive curriculum, taught by highly qualified teachers, nurtures the whole child while preparing them for kindergarten. ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC SCHOOL: St. Cecilia Catholic School serves Prekindergarten through 8th grade students. We are a faith based community which inspires inquisitive minds. SUSTAINABLE BAINBRIDGE: Sustainable Bainbridge promotes actions that increase social, economic and environmental sustainability of our community. Our programs include Sound Food, Zero Waste, Beach Naturalists, Watershed Council and more. Special projects include the Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup. TEEN TALKING CIRCLES: To educate, inspire and empower young women and men; foster partnership between the genders, generations and cultures, and support youth in positive self-expression and social action for a just, compassionate and sustainable world. THE ISLAND SCHOOL: An independent elementary school founded in 1977, The Island School educates children and inspires in them a lifelong enthusiasm for learning and respect for themselves and others. OCFA funds support program and financial aid. THE TYLER MONIZ PROJECT: The Tyler Moniz Project creates awareness about suicide and depression, especially in young people. It supports community programs that promote happiness, well-being, and hope. 100% of donations go toward scholarships and services on Bainbridge Island. UNITED WAY OF KITSAP COUNTY: We are all interconnected. The strength of our united investments powers our fight to mobilize lasting change; creating opportunities, empowering others to speak up, embrace second chances, and feel the power of hope; what matters. VIRGINIA MASON BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MEDICAL CENTER: Virginia Mason Bainbridge Island Medical Center offers a full range of medical services to Bainbridge Island residents including family practice, internal medicine and same-day access. WEST SOUND WILDLIFE SHELTER: The West Sound Wildlife Shelter provides injured, orphaned and sick wildlife a second chance at life through expert medical care and promotes the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through outreach, education and involvement. YWCA KITSAP COUNTY: YWCA assists victims of domestic violence and their children on Bainbridge Island. Services include a 24 hr. hotline, emergency shelter, legal and housing advocacy, and weekly support groups.

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St. Cecilia Catholic School Grades Preschool through 8th grade 1310 Madison Ave N Principal Susan Kilbane 206-842-2017 www.saintceciliaschool.org

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND LAND TRUST

Over 1,300 Acres Conserved Since 1989

Each child is a Unique & Unrepeated Miracle

• The Olympic Girls’ Choir • The Annual Messiah Sing-Along • Community Christmas caroling in Winslow • Bainbridge Sings! open choral reading sessions

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Be a ‘Friend of the Senior Center’ & Support: • exercise for mind & body • trips & adventures • social events • classes, films, and more

MAKE BAINBRIDGE WELCOME TO EVERYONE

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We strive to educate the whole child — their hearts, hands and minds — and foster a lifelong love of learning. Grades 1-8 • Kindergarten • Preschool • Parent-Child 219 Madison Ave S, Bainbridge Island, WA • 206-855-8041 • www.madronaschool.org

206-842-1616

370 Brien Ave. SE, Bainbridge Island biseniorcenter.org

For 28 years, working to preserve the diversity and vitality of Bainbridge Island through housing that is affordable to all .

730 Ericksen Ave. NE Suite 100 • Bainbridge Island • 206.842.1909 • www.housingresourcesbi.org


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Continued from page 17 Deborah Bunn Carolyn Burger Heather Burger Sherry Burke Marci Burkel Jay and Michelle Burkett Marie Burkheimer William & Vivian Burnett Cheryl Burns Darden & Michael Burns Richard & Frances Burress Sharon Burris Felicia Burzell & Jim Knoble Dina Buse Sound Publishing George Bussell Claire Butler Robert Butler Dale & Connie Bye Alison Cain Tom & Jacqueline Cain Doris Cairns Phyllis Cairns Thomas Caldarola Charles & Dorothy Callaham Pat Callahan and Karen Kilbane S.M. Callan Catherine Camp Craig & Jean Campbell Jennifer & Travis Campbell Patsy Campbell Thomas & Doris Cappadona Camille D. Carey Laura and Ben Jantzen on behalf of Mackie Cargill and John Carney Christopher Carle & Rhonda King Keith and Doreen Carlson Mary & Bob Carlson Johnathan Carney and Mackie Cargill Howard Carr Lind Carr Robert & Sharon Carter Carolynn Caughie The Esarey Family Jaco Chalk Riley Chalk T & K Challinor Bill & Amy Chamberlain Margaret & Raymond Chang James Chapel Carol Chapman Christine Chapman Pamela Charlesworth & Douglas Emerick Rae Cheney Victor Cheng Stuart & Wendy Childers Frank Childers & Mary Terry Christine Christensen Valerie & Doug Christensen Charles Christenson

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Robert Christiansen Peter & Diana Christoffersen Dale Christopherson Dezhang Chu Franklin & Linnea Chu Andrea & Aaron Chun Joanna Church Churchmouse Yarns & Teas Lydia M. Claesson Jeff & Bonny Clark Joan Clark Caroline Clarke D’Arcy and Libby Clements Carla Cleveland Clovis Foundation Caroline Clucas Jennifer Coates Tom & Linda Coble Marina Wildsmith Virginia Coffey Kathleen Colcord-Moen Don & Neva Cole Margaret Cole Fern Coleman Judith & Edward ColeMartin Bruce & Sylvian Colley Joan Collins Julie Collis Columbia Bank Ann G. Combs Community Solar Solutions Bernard & Ann Conley Catherine Conolly Pamela Conyers Ann W. Cook & Greg Thies Hal & Patsy Cook John & Lynn Cooper Clo Copass & Doug Fleming Brian & Karen Copp John Cornpropst David Cosman Sonja Countryman Rosemary Courtright Malinda Cox Linda Cox Arnsdorf Judy Cozine Alison Craig Kemp & Barbara Crawford Rob Crichton Cheryl Crist Douglas Crist Elizabeth Crittenden Gay Croft Croker Family Fund at Bainbridge Community Foundation Chris Cromrich Phyllis B. Crooks Leonora Cross Tom Crowley Dick & Diane Culp Matt Culp and Vicki Jenkins Culp Ned Cumle Dale and Denise Cunningham Cunningham Family Fund at Bainbridge Community Foundation Matthew & Dura Curry Dianne Curtin Stan & Mary Curtis

Sheila Curwen David Cuthbert Marsha Cutting Daigle Design Wayne & Marcy Daley Dan Dan Riley Larry & Anna Daniels Bonny Danielson Jane & David Danielson Will Darnell Robert Dashiell Ellen Dauber Millard and Linda Davidson Natalie Davidson Bob & Sally Davis Davis Studio Architecture + Design Alden & Jane Davison Virginia H Davison Dayton Foundation Louise de Groen David De La Vergne Tammy & Joe Deets Wendy del Valle Cindy Demeules Robin & Peter Denis Tracey & Jim Denlinger Barbara Deppe & Karl Beuschlein Joyce DePue Mike Derzon & Robin Supplee Maryann DeSimone Joyce Devin Deanna Dewell Josh DeWitt Ken & Barb DeWitt Dr. & Mrs. S.S. Dhaliwal Sukhi Dhaliwal Frank Petrie & Tracy Dickerson Sharon Dieterich Ruth Dight Lisa/Don Dixon Lloyd Dixon Earl & Tena Doan Anne & Bob Doane Mark Donahue Michael L. Donahue Barbara Donegan Tad Donnan Dore Foundation Victoria Dotson Jim Dow & Natalie Meacham Camille Dowdney Donna & Bill Dowdney Beulah Downing & Dennis Carlson Tom & Nancy Downs Bridget Doyle Margaret Dragoon Peggy E. Drew William & Wendy Drewry Denny and Diane Driggs Martha Droge & Mike MacIntyre Constance Ducar Frank Ducceschi Doug & Kathy Dudgeon Judy Duffy Sonny & Judy Dulay Roger and Renee Dunaway Helen Dunbar

M.I. Duncan Richard & Eileen Duncan Virginia B. Duncan Steven Dunston Tim Dunston Donald Duprey and Rita Belserene Kevin & Mary Dwyer Michael Milligan & Jeanne E Fund at Bainbridge Community Foundation Judith Eagan Robert & Judith Eagan Earl & Denise Ecklund Thomas & Catherine Edwards Michael Effler Pat Egaas Henry Egashira Martin & Leanne Ehrich Herbert & Leatrice Eiseman Kellan Eisenhardt Chuck & Janie Ekberg Judie and Jerry Elfendahll Karen & Tom Ellick Bill & Rita Elsberry Roberta S. Endter Elisabeth Engstrom Amy Erickson Barbara Erickson Sharon Eshom Kim Esterberg Jan & Brit Etzold Jennifer Evans & Andrew Rapp Julia Everett Jim & Jan Everts Jackie Fabbri & Maureen McNulty Patricia Falkenhagen Niels & Charlotte Fallisgaard Paul Farley Stephanie Farquhar & Peter Murchie Doreen Farrar Jean Farwell Scott Farwell Barbara Fay Joel & Betty Feigenbaum Thomas & Deb Fenwick Farrah Ferguson & Michael Ausich Phil Fergusson Doug & Jean Fernandes Barbara & Allan Ferrin Simon & Becky Ffitch Carol Fiedler Chuck Field Hoelterhoff Family Marilyn & Tom Fish Don & Ellen Fisher Elizabeth Fisher Shannon Fitzgerald Ruth Flanagan Katie Fletcher Elizabeth Fling Chuck & Debbie Flood Willow Follett Cherie Fontana Levan C.L. Forbes Ian Forbes & Dianne Speers Karen Forsyth Madeline Fort Ekstrand

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Cam & Donna Foster William & Kirsten Foster John & Paula Foy Sonia Fradkin Robert & Joan Fraik Robert Frankland Jeannette Franks Rob Frasene Kent Fredrickson Bart & Esme Freedman Marge Freeman Alison Freeman-Gleason Libby Hudson & Bob Freimark Jeff and Amy Friedman Judy Friesem Ted & Alice Frost Donald & Ann Frothingham Ed Frymoyer Lana Fuller & Ted Siebert Teresa Furlong Francis Gace Diane L. Galbraith Amba & Don Gale Dan & Kelly Gallivan Bruce & Susan Galloway Bill & Pam Galvani Robin & Israel Gaphni Thomas & Joan Gardiner Jonathan Garfunkel Jim & Lona Gartrell Tony & Margaret Gaspich Jim Gatchet Billee Gearheard Gregory Geehan Carol Ann Geier George Gerdts Marinus van Gessel Harry & Maribeth Gibbons Margaret Gibbs Mickey Gibson Kevin Gidney Alorie Gilbert & Christoph Kern Lisa Giles Lisa Giles & David Mitchell The Gillatt Family Anne-Marie Gingold Kat Gjovik Marsha Gladhart Lisa & David Glaze Jon Gleasman Tim & Susan Gleason Jim & Cassie Glecker Gregory Glynn Dennis Goans Angie Godfrey Wayne & Gigi Godfrey Katrina Godshalk Kirk & Kathy Godtfredsen Kim & Shelby Goerlitz Joanne Goethals Sara Goetz Richard Goff & Dagmar Stauss Christine Goldby Robin & Kitty Goldston The Juniper Center, PLLC Adriana Gonzalez-Medina Thomas Goodlin Kennard Goodman & Johnene Granger Forest & Leslie Gordon Carleen Gosney

Missi & Tim Goss Tim & Missi Goss Romelle Gosselin Dan & Marilynn Gottlieb Sandy & Kaye Gough Mildred Gourlay Laura B. Gowen David Grant Kerry Grant Michael & Kerry Grant Graves/Rooks Family Scott and Kyra Gray Doug Greason & Pegeen Mulhern Beverly Green Jon Green & Brenda BerryGreen Kimberly Green Bradford Greene Rena Grice Anne & Hans Griesser DeWitt Griffin Jr. Dr. Fred & Wilene Grimm John P. Grisham Daniel & Linda Groff Caryl Grosch Warren & Mary Lee Gross Alan Grossberg Amanda & Steve Grossman Amye Hadley Carl Haefling Roth M. Hafer Geri Hagan Sherry Hagstrom Charles Hall Mary Hall Kent & Jette Hammer Jewell Hanna Thorolf Hannevig Jane & Steve Hannuksela Barbara & Reid Hansen Joanna Hansen Lara Hansen & Eric Mielbrecht Jay Hanseth Becca Hanson Carolyn & Bill Harper Pat & Ken Harrington Denise Harris Jake Harris Peter & Janice Harris Peter Harris Cindy & David Harrison Lynne Harrison Pam Harrison & Bill Nakao Carolyn Hart Jean Hart Robert Hart Svend & Edith Hartmann Alex & Cynthia Harui Doug & Marcia Hastings Jay Hastings & Christine Susumi Marcia & Doug Hastings Edwin & Trudy Hatch Ross & Tammy Hathaway Maureen & Keith Hauschulz Paul & Tara Hausmann Megan Hawgood & Stephen Bucy Kevin & Kyanne Hawkins Randy & Janet Hawkins Loretta Hayashida Linda Hayes


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Continued from page 23 Keri Healy Don Hebart David & Helen Hecker John & Laura Hegarty Russell & Jody Heglund Cynthia & Richard Heine Joshua S. Hemphill Patricia Joan Hemphill Joan Henderson A. Genevieve Hendrickson Gary & Kathy Hendrickson Jean Hennessy Don Heppenstall & Emily Mansfield Jane Herman Teresa Hermosillo Janet Herren Katie Hess Herb Hethcote & Leslie Marshall Arlene Hetherington Els Heyne & Jeff Groman John Hickey Gail Hiestand R.J. & Tara Hilgers Julie Hill Linda V. Hill Carol and Robert Hille Tom & Stephanie Hillier Hilary Hilscher Adrian & Jane Hobden Mev and Paul Hoberg Thomas Hodge Charlotte Hoelterhoff Robert & Debbie Hollyer Bryce Holmes & Sherry Larsen-Holmes Cami Holtmeier Anne & Nat Hong Jim & Sarah Hopper Martha Horike-Pyne Esther Horowitz Chuck Horst Barbara and Michael Hotchkin Kristen Hotchkiss Edith Hottinger Steve Houmes Teri Houston Cynthia Howard-Gibbon Virginia & Eric Hoyte Jana Hruby Janice Huang Stephen Hubbard Jeanne Huber Sally Hudson Tellekson Amy Hughes Susan S. Hughes Justkn Huguet Donald Hulbert Betty Hung Andrea & Gregory Hunt Hyland Hunt David Hunting Vikki Hurt Lynn Hutchinson & Cindy Lund Daniel & Kathleen Huxley natalia ilyin Richard M. Ingber Karen Irish

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Tom & Kathy Irvin David Galas & Diane Isonaka Emma Iulo Marcy & Rick Jackson Tony & Shari Jacobellis Cynthia and Dan Jacobs Randall Jahren Henry C. Jameson George Jarecke & Nancy Plant Melissa Jasperson Cheryl Jaszewski Jan Jeffcoat Robert Jenness Kurt Johns & Michelle Naden Amy Johnson Casey Johnson Clarence B. & Myrna H. Johnson Constance Johnson Gary L. Johnson Pamela & Jack Johnson Steve & Vicki Johnson Wyman & Karoline Johnson Ellen Johnson Ernie & Ellen Johnson Williams George Johnston Robert Johnston Stan & Linda Johnston Tom and Beth Johnston Jean & Murray Johnstone Jan & Doug Jonas Paul Aussendorf & Priscilla Jones Ted and Wendy Jones William Jones Cathy Jones-Smith & Marty Smith Victoria Josslin & David Margolin Rebecca & Larry Judd Maureen & Tom Jurcak Barbara Kahn Waverly and Thor Kallestad Andre Kamber & Linda Yasutake Sharon Kane Ron Kaplan & Patty Lyman Sydney Kaplan & Linda Bierds Richard Karl Judy & Bob Karr Jennifer & Frank Karreman Alan & Susan Kasper Roger Katz & Karolynn Flynn Victor & Phyllis Katz Beverly Kaufman Janet & Richard Keating Arthur and Sheila Keegan Dorothy Kehres Caty Kehs & Derik Broekhoff Bill Kelley Sheila Kelley Debbie Kelly James Kelly Jodi & Tom Kelly Mike Kelly & Lisa Romasco Anne Kenefick Capt. James R. Kennedy

Mark Levine & John Keppeler Bob & Becci Kerstetter Arlene Kessler Sam and Sylvia Ketcham Alison & Frederick Kettering Hollind Kevo & Kevin Flanagan Greg & Pam Keyes Dianne Kidder Greg Kight Larry & Victoria Kight Susan Kilbane Thomas M. & Helen C. Kilbane Tom & Marcia Kilbane Edmund Kiley Teriyaki Town Jack & Carolynn Prelutsky Bob & Karen King Ed & Iris King Mari & Dick King Peter King & Lesley Higgins Dana Kingsbury Kimi Kinoshita & Gary Nakamura Joan and Richard Kinsman David Kircher Chuck & Gillian Kirchner & Allard maryann kirkby Sandra Kirsopp Richard Kirts Arleen & Shel Klasky Dorothy Klavins Susan E. Klein Bill & Barbara Knapp Dale & Susan Knell Laura Knight John Knox & DeeAnn Sisley Tom Fehsenfeld & Janet Knox Clinton Knudsen & Terra Wright Joyce & Peter Knutsen Ilze Koch Lilly Kodama Marilyn Koegel Deb Brinley-Koempel & Herman Koempel George M. Kohn Darlene Abbott Kordonowy David & Frances Korten John Koval & Kit Hutchin Cynthia Kraft Judy Kramer Stephen & Barbara Kratz Karin Kravitz Wildlife Forever Fund Dick & Kay Krutch Krystal Meiners Terry & Judy Kukuk Diane & Michael Kurzontkowski & Jensen Edward & Karen Kushner Siri Kushner John Kydd Bruce LaBombard Renata Lac & Randy Rotter Daniel Lafferty Marcia & Gary Lagerloef Jan Lahr

The Lake Family Cheryl & Steve Lakich Sherry LaMonica Dinah M. Landreth Diane & Stephen Landry Shirley Landweer Jenny & John Lange Will & Chapple Langemack Andrea and Philippe Lantin David Larimore Douglas and Joanna Lauen Beverly Law Brian & Anne Lawler Shannon and Dave Lea Alice Leach Lee & Judi Leader kim and robert leatham/ steiner Michael C. Leavitt & Jessica Cochran The Leber Family Andrew and Jen Ledbetter Sierra Lee-Brenner Nancy Leedy Sandra & Mark Leese Sheila L. Leewens Ted Lefkowitz & Nicci Fritchman Benjamin Leifer Carolyn & Tom Leigh Robert K. Leik Charles & Carlene Lenard Mike Lennon Jan Leo Michael Leonard Julie & Ted Leung Judy and Aaron Levine Mike & Nancy Lewars Nancy Lewars Edwin Lewis Jack & Edna Lewis Michael & Laura Lewis Tim Leyh & Joan Lukasik Sheridan Ley-Mackey Haley & Rusty Lhamon Tad & Joyce Lhamon Mara Liebling Julie Lightfoot Scott & Anne Howard Lindquist Dave & Sue Lindsey Susanne Lindsley and Art Grice Donna Linz Joanne Little L. Little Maxine Livingston George & Nancy Lobisser Judith Lofgren Carole Logan Andrew & Hazel Lonseth Jette Lord Ann Lovejoy Elizabeth Luis Alison & Chris Lum Philo W. Lund Laura Lundgren Larry Lushbaugh Susan and David Lusk Laura Lyon Jennifer MacDonald Leona MacKay Suzanne MacKenzie Carla Mackey Peter and Debbie MacLeod

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Noah Magram Brian Mahieu Alfred Malbon Patricia Malloy John & Laurie Maltman Richard & Elizabeth Mancuso Nancy Mandell Leigh Manheim Andrea & Philip Mann Marilyn & David Manning Donald & Joanne Mannino Robert & Clara Manny Forewest Maritime Teresa M. Markuly Sallie & Andy Maron Margaret Marshall Pat Marshall Wendy Marshall & Tom Juhasz Norman T. Marten, Jr. Elizabeth Martin Jane Martin Mac Martin Sylvia Martine Judy Marzolf Karla and Randy Mather Imbert & Karen Matthee Eric & Cheryl Mauer Guinevere Maxwell Dr. Laurence & Cynthia McCarthy James & Linda McCarty Bill & Anna McClain Russ & Dee McComb Wayne McCormick Jane McCotter Kate McDill Thomas McDonald & Maureen Newby Bernadette McDowell Paul & Loren McEwan William & Sara McGonagle Casey & Susan McGrath Gigi M. Leach Jim McIntyre Lesca McKee Teresa McKenna Barb McKenzie Francella and Malcom McKinnon Dr. & Mrs. McLaughlin McLennan Clan Nicki & Mick McMahan Liming McMillan James & Boon McNett Jeffrey Mead Linda Meier Nina & Bill Meierding Marian & Joel Merkel Helen Merrill Hugh Merriman Paul & Suzanne Merriman Cyndi Merritt Robert Merryman William Merz Rick & Maureen Meslang Amy Michael Laurel Michael Julie Middleton Bainbridge Island ACE Hardware, Steve & Becky Mikami Alan Miller & Carolyn Mitchell

Dan Miller Judy Miller Kim and Stephan Miller Rob & Anne Miller Robert & Anne Miller Seth Milleson Kate Mills & John Marshall Mindy Anderson Brian & Norma Miner Patricia & John Minola Betty Mirkovich Ellen Miyasato Marianne Mock Modern Collision Rebuild & Service Beverly Moe Elaine Moehring Silven Moench Tom Moench Elaine Moline Edwin & Dora Monk Merle Montani Donna J. Moore Lydia Moore Tannis Moore & David Rudesill Dudley Moorhead Spencer & Brandy Morbeck Lynn Morecraft James & Linda Moreland Aron J. Morgan Bobbie and Mike Morgan Carl and Doreen Morgan Jan & Mike Morgan Sarah Morgans Terri Morris Joe & Linda Muffoletto Sarah Muirhead Ron & Ann Mullis Florence Munat Seanna Munn Cynthia Murati Bonnie Murphy and Paul Lewis Roy Naden James Nagle Frank Farach & Deanne Nakamoto Kazuko Kay Nakao Ellen Nakata Sandy & Larry Nakata Wayne & Judy Nakata Brooke Nakhuda Daryn Nakhuda Chewelah Nett and Bruce Fritchman Eva Neumann Thomas Backer & Jane Newberry Carrie Newman & Ed Lisieski Mark Nichols Naomi Nichols Nick & Peg Nickum Eileen Nicol Joyce & Steve Nishimura Helen Nissani Bruce Nitsche and Jo Wallace Christine Noble Shirley & Larry Noedel Gary & Paula Nolta Marsha Novak Jan & Bob O’Brien Kathleen O’Brien


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Continued from page 24 Peter & Wendy O’Connor Sandra O’Connor Vic and Mary Odermat Ted Oehlerking & Cece Grasso Molly OHara Tom & Judy O’Hare Eileen Okada Laurel Oliver Craig and Theresa Olson Laura O’Mara William & Carole O’Neill Pat O’Rourke E Orville Tom and Cathleen Osterman W. H. Ostling Debra O’Sullivan Betty Otorowski Katey & James Owen Linda & Jeff Owen Helen Owens The Owens Family Nat and Fay Page Stephanie & Ben Page Peggy Paige Stephen & Suzanne Palmason Sylvia Palmer Linda Papineau Saradel Parker Emily Parsons Esther Parvin & John Young Dorothy Paterson Christine Patmont Jani and Bill Pauli Althea Paulson/Dan Mallove Shawna Paulson & Daniel Houser Mr. & Mrs. Everett P. Paup Jan & Ray Peacoe Patricia Pearson Paul Pearson William & Patricia Pelandini Evelyn M. Peratrovich Chris Perkins Barry and Oifan Peters Diana Peters John Peters Richard and Mette Peters Karl Petersen & Joan Pearson Charles Peterson Lucinda Jacobs Gary & Margreet Pettersen Louanne Peyton Karen Phelps Doug & Cassie Picha Karla Piecuch Jay & Joan Piper Jim & Lynn Pippard Catherine Pitinga Marilyn Place & Steve Shapiro Mary L. Polk Elizabeth Pollack Donna Poole Pamela Porter

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Ann Ellis Powel Sina Pradel Stephen Prentice & Martha Makosky Craig Price Mr. & Mrs. Price Reed Price & Jennifer Merrill Marilyn Price-Mitchell Mary Ann Proctor David & Jody Prongay Gary & Linda Purdom Pat Putman Tom Putnam Joanna Pyle Al & Annie Quan Dana & Nancy Quitslund James & Sabine Quitslund Sonya Quitslund Frances & David Ran Linda Raquer Giovanna Ratcliffe V.R. Rausch Kathy Raustein Linda Ray Lynn Ray William & Barbara Rayburn Beverly Prkacin Read Edward Reasoner Virginia Redfield William Reese Asha Rehnberg & Larry Pluimer Wendy Reid James & Victoria Reilly Michael Reinitz Ron & Linda Reisdorf Suzanne Reith Rosalind Renouard Troy Rentz Jim Replinger and Ellen Bush Thomas & Teita Reveley David & Gaye ReynoldsGooch Carrie Rhodes Jean Rhodes Louis Richard & Sally Adams Joseph T. Richards Julie Riely-Gibbons Duane Rimel Andrew & Debbie Rimkus Andy Rimkus Esther Ritzenthaler Michele Rizza Donald Roake Barbara Robbins H. Clay & Sherry Roberts Fund at Bainbridge Community Foundation Martha Roberts Christy Robinson Lee Robinson Sally & Merrill Robison Joe & Mona Rochelle Phil & Anita Rockefeller Rebecca Rockefeller Sarah & Dave Roe Tanya Roe Mike Rogers Stephanie Rohl David, Holly, William, Ryan & Ellie Rohrbacher

Elisa Romeo Jon & Kay Root Lisa Rose Neil Rose Gail Rosenbaum Susan Rosenberg Jan Willem Rosenboom & Alice Levisay David Ross Frances Ross John Rossi Mary Anne Rossing Jen Roth Jennifer Roth Wayne Roth & Kathleen Alcala Steve Rowley & Johanna Caslander John Ruark & Terry Stein, Stein Charitable Fund Joy Rubin Deborah Rudnick & Robert Ast Joyce & Alan Rudolph Cynthia Ruggiero Donovan and Donna Rulien Judy Ruliffson & Walter Oliver The Ryders Joan & Ted Rynearson John & Laura Sachs Yong Sackett Kristina Safford Dean and Patricia Sampson Fenton D. Sandlin Cathy & Lindsay Sanford Julie Santos Susan Sarason Jean & Jack Sargent Demar Sather Malcolm & Vicki Saunders Bill & Janet Saupp Gloria Sayler Kathy Scanlan Sally O’Callaghan & Charles Schafer Nancy Scharf & Doug Hansmann Markos & Hillary Scheer Deborah & Proctor Schenk Deborah Schenk Leo Schilling Patricia Schlosser Linda & Charles Schmid Art Schmidt & Robin Hunt Philip & Paula Schmidt Joan Schmiege Keri Schmit Beth Schmoyer Mark & Suzanne Schneider Gwen Schrempp Patricia Schroder JoAnn Schuh Miles & Wanda Schulze Steve & Annie Schwager Michael & Diane Schwank Patty & Mike Schwartz Matt & Gretchen Scoble Michael Scott Tim & Becky Scott Elizabeth Scott-Court Bob & Mary Lynn Seaby Juliet Sears LeDorze Hodges Estate at Seattle

Foundation Michael & Sally Sebastian Janet See & Bill Reddy Karen Segerson Donald & Jacquie Sekits Linda Sevold Mark & Susan Shaffer Barbara Shane Dwight Shappell Sam Sharar & Lynn Oliver Robert & Pamela Sharman Jennifer & Jeffrey Sharp Andora & Charles Sharpe Henry & Suzanne Sharpe Cynthia and John Shea Caroline Sheehan David Sheldon James & Jennie Sheldon Timothy Shelly Barbara & Terry Shields Gary Shindler William & Sandra Shopes Dave & Alice Shorett Jay Rosenberg & Beth Shreve Dick & Julie Shryock Tracy Shulman Barbara Shulock Carla & Ben Sias Sally Sieber Ralph Siegel Nancy and John Silk Mary Sue & Bob Silver Nathalie Simsak Kassia Sing & Ed Kaufman John & Carolyn Siscoe Marylee Skelly Meghan & Kris Skotheim Candis Slemons-Barrie Melissa Bonghi Anne Smart Charles Smith Dickinson & Luanne Smith Dirk & Christine Smith Elizabeth & Worth Smith Maggie Smith & Vic Martino Michael & Dana Smith Michael & Julie Smith Mike Lunsford/Morgan Smith Morgan Smith Regina Smith-Curry Bonnie & David Snedeker Christopher & Cameron Snow Linda Snyder Steve & Sharon Soames Anne Sommer JoReen & Linda Sommerseth Sarah B. Stoutter Marie Spearman George Cole & Pat Speidel Dale & Carol Sperling Nelsen & Laurie Spickard Judy & Jerry Spigal Barry & Sharon Spinak David & Naomi Spinak Dale & Regina Spoor David Stallings Wanda R. Stanley Frank Stanton Jan Stanton Jim Starrs & Jackie Finckler

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Sundi & Craig Stauffer Maxine Steele George and Evie Stege M.B. Stehle John & Peggy Stephens Anne Stern Jill Sterrett Eric & Caroline Stevens Marc & Jane Stewart JoAnn Stichling Avonne Stiles Marilyn Stoknes Carl Stone Stone-Provan Family Joe Story Carol and Scott Stover Frank and Mary Stowell Robert and Michelle Stowell Janissa Strabuk Marc & Carrie Strachan Stephen Streufert & Lisa Foisy James and Linda Strickler Aaron & Tara Strom Andrew Strom Dick & Bobbi Strom Ray Styles & Nikki Vick Gary & Elizabeth Sundem Andrea & Mike Suraci Jack & Carole Sutherland Dwight Sutton Linda Swolgaard Linda Tanner Mary E. Tate Phillips Chris & Jim Taylor Nancy Taylor & Fritz Levy Sara & Jason Taylor Peter Tegtmeyer Ken & Diane Telschow Gail Temple M. Dean Temple Jaco & Barbara ten Hove T. Stern Sustainability LLC Marsh & Jackie Terry Robyn Teske Keith & Marian Thackray Themann Family Trust Mary & Kevin Thomas Steve and Kris Thomas Tim & Rebbie Thomas Flora S. Thompson David & Kathleen Thorne Robert S. Thorne Christina Thorsted William Tiederman Cheryl Tlam & Harold Foster Andrew Tobias G Val Tollefson Susan & Michael Tolley Janice Toriumi Kim Tosdale Sarah & Russ Tousley Debbie & Bob Towery April Trabucco Barbara Trafton & Bruce Beall Rebecca Trafton Peg Treanor Dan & Ann Marie Tripps Carolyn & Robert Tull Marilyn Turkovich & Lynn De Vree Mark Osborn & Martha

Turnbull Jeff Ulbright Mark Ulloa Diane Ullrich United Way of King County Ruth G. Urbach Louise Urness Don & Delea Valdez Robert & Susan Valentine Janetmarie Valiga John & Cynthia Van Buskirk William & Patricia Van Ness Katherine & Tarquin Van Slyke Steve & Pamela Van Vleet Johanna VanderStoep & Eric Cederwall Jo Vanderlee & Rick Robertson Brad Vaughan Tom & Pat Vernon Veterane Family Foundation Peggy Visher Anne & Barney Voegtlen Chrilo Von Gontard Elaine & Paul Von Rosenstiel Peter and Shelly Vosshall Herman Vroom Marissa & David Wachter Ron & Carol Wacker Connie & Bill Waddington Joseph Wagner Family Brenda & Stuart Wakeham Jennifer Waldron Chris & Diane Walker Diane & Jim Walkowski Sarah & Graehm Wallace Lauren Walsh & Scott Nemeth Linda Walsh Skip & Jamie Walter Fred & Liz Walters Mr. & Mrs. Stuart N. Walton Adam and Amanda Ward Carol Ware and Keith Mesirow Linda and Edus Warren Stephanie Warren Mary E. Waterson Anna Watkins Bye Watson Kol Medina & Elsa Watson Ellen & Rich Weaver Tyler and Jenny Weaver David & Carol Webb Amy Weber Sarah Webster and Paul Robinson Scott & Ann Weigle Bruce and Judy Weiland Bruce Weiland Hilda Weins Eric Weissman Mariann & Andrew Welch Teri and Chuck Weldy Robert & Kayanne Wendel Robert Weschler See DONORS, Page 27


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YOUR DONATION SUPPORTS FREE ADMISSION AND FREE FIELD TRIPS FOR EVERYONE!

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Concert Series

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING BAINBRIDGE ISLAND NON-PROFITS! FREE ADMISSION THANKS TO MEMBERS & DONORS LIKE YOU OPEN DAILY, 10 am -6 pm 206-842-4451 | BIARTMUSEUM.ORG

November 5 January 7 February 11 March 4 April 8 May 6 September 9 October 7 November 4

Kelly Johnson Janet See, flutist Alan Jones Jazz Trio Stephen & Sue Jane Bryant & friends Skyros String Quartet Nelda Swiggert Marino Albero Voltra Piano Trio Anton Schwartz

Tickets at: www.brownpapertickets.com $20 adults - $5 youth Sundays at 4:00 Pm - Waterfront Park Community Center Information: 206.842.3380 www.firstsundayconcerts.org

Compassion in Action Saves Lives

At Kitsap Humane Society, we believe in treating every animal as an individual. We are transforming animal welfare in our community by saving thousands of animals each year through compassionate, individualized, lifesaving care.

Kitsap Humane Society by the Numbers - 2016*:

6,391 5,238 2,219 1,107 96%

animals rehomed animals received spay/neuter surgeries at KHS at-risk animals transferred in through our Rescue Me program animals received foster care save rate *on track to exceed these numbers for 2017

Express your compassion.

Support KHS by donating through One Call For All. www.kitsap-humane.org | (360) 692-6977


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Donors

Continued from page 25 Sam and Kate Westbrook Wendy Westerlund Brian Wetzler Beth Wheeler & Jim Cutler Phil & Eleanor Wheeler Lynn Whipple John and Shirley Whitaker Horace White Neal & Holly White Linda Whitehead and Gary Quitslund Michele Whitman Daniel & Beverly Wick Peter & Patti Wiedemann Betty Wiese Nancy & Charlie Wiggins Joe & Sheilah Wilcynski Peter Wilkes Rosalind Wilkes Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs & Jorge Barrios Donna Wilkinson Fred Willerford Stephen Willey & Gretchen Gende Ann & Mark Williams David & Nancy Williams Ernie & Ellen Williams Rosalind Williams Stephen & Marcia Williams Delight Willing Judy & Don Willott Barbara Wilson

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Jennifer & Matthew Wilson Karen Wilson Mike & Barb Wilson Richard & Sally Wilson Robert & Joy Wilson Sherri Wilson Marcia Winslow Grant & Barbara Winther Linda Wohlsen Jennifer Wong Suelyn Wong John & Barbara Woodman Robert Woodman Nan Wooldridge Bruce & Janet Woolever Jillian Worth & Larry Weiner Nicole & Jeff Wortley Robert G. Wright Betty Wyatt Elbert Yamato Michael Yesley Jean York Dallas Young Clarence Younker Walt Yund Julie & Jerry Yunt Donna Zajonc and David Womeldorff Joseph T. Zalke Nick & Cassandra Zarkades Barbara Wilkinson Michael Zigich & Patricia Zellers Zimmer Family Mary Elizabeth Zimmerman

Myra & Marc Zocher Katie Zonoff & Eric Hoffman Sylvia Zonoff

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Imagine what we can dig up about Bainbridge Island history in the next three years! Please remember the Olympic College Foundation and Yama Project when you get your One Call for All red envelope. Thank you for your support!

For more information visit:

olympic.edu/anthropology/yama-project

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