THE HARBOUR-2020 Year In Review

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50 Y EARS

YEAR 2020 IN REVIEW

1971-2021


THE HARBOUR, YEAR 2020 IN REVIEW

Dear Friends of The Harbour,

I am honored to lead The Harbour into its 50th Anniversary. As I reflect on the past year, I am overwhelmed with pride. I am proud of the staff members who have worked tirelessly to provide the highest level of care and service to our youth during a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic; I am proud of the recognition that The Harbour has received and the opportunity to build new programs; and, most importantly, I am proud of the tenacity our youth have demonstrated in managing their housing instability, as well as their alternative and dynamic educational and employment trajectories. The pandemic has forced us to adapt: we started wearing masks, used a hospital-grade disinfecting service to keep youth and staff safe, created a hybrid working environment while maintaining pre-pandemic levels of service to youth, and learned how to connect frequently through a new Zoom workspace. We came out of the worst of this pandemic without a single positive reported case of COVID-19. As we approach a new normal and wake up on the other side of this pandemic, The Harbour will continue to strive as we stretch into the next half-century, expanding our services to meet the shifting needs of vulnerable youth experiencing homelessness. By the end of this year, we will have broken ground on our new shelter, the Harbour House, which will cement our commitment to future generations of youth. The Harbour is strong, committed, and thriving, thanks to each of you reading this letter. To understand The Harbour’s path forward, we must know where we came from. Please join me in celebrating the amazing work of The Harbour staff, Board members, volunteers, donors, friends, and everyone who has helped us get to where we are today. Thank you for your commitment to our youth. Because of you, they are stronger. You are the reason we succeed.

Kris Salyards Executive Director THE HARBOUR

Empowering Youth. Developing Futures. THE HARBOUR OFFERS YOUTH EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IMMEDIATE, STABLE, AND SAFE HOUSING. Shelter services include three meals a day, services and support for continued education and employment along with individual counseling to help break the cycle of homelessness. The Harbour offers services to young women between the ages of 12 and 22. To best meet these challenges, we provide three core housing programs, each specifically addressing the unique needs of young women in our care. The Harbour is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization and is a fully licensed Child Welfare Agency by the Illinois Department of Child and Family Services. Harbour House is the only statelicensed shelter In N/NW Suburban Cook County offering services to young women over the age of eighteen. Additionally, The Harbour is the only provider of residential services tailored to meet the specific needs of homeless parenting young women and their children.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FY20 FINANCIALS

REVENUES INCOME SOURCE

TOTAL

%

>DCFS State Contract

$ 853,256

38

>Private & Local Contracts

$ 25,383

1

>Federal, State, & Local Government Grants

$ 911,718

40

>Contributions & Special Events

$ 475,518

21

>Interest & Other Revenue

$ 5,594

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE

$ 2,271,469

100

EXPENDITURE ITEMS

TOTAL

%

>Safe Harbour Emergency Shelter

$ 367,551

18

>Transitional Housing for DCFS State Wards

$ 774,123

37

>Transitional Housing for Community Youth

$ 393,406

19

>Successful Teens/Effective Parents

$ 118,299

6

>Administration & Development

$ 409,069

19

$ 2,062,448

100

Krista Hubbard Board Chair

Savio Lobo Vice Board Chair

Robert Shears Treasurer

Liz Toussaint Secretary

Frank Clements

Tim Hardin

Sean Willett

Eric Reside

Jacob Sitati

Martha Spatz

Lindsay Stanton

EXPENSES

TOTAL EXPENSES

If you are interested in joining a dynamic Board of Directors responsible for changing lives of young people, please email your resume to lisa @ theharbour.org

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THE HARBOUR, 2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

HARBOUR HOUSE

PROJECT 2020

UPDATE Just when we thought COVID stole our chances of building a new house for our youth, a match donor contacted The Harbour on January 4 to kickstart our campaign efforts for our 50th Anniversary year and celebration. This was a tremendous surprise and ignited 2021 with hope. This $300,000 match donation doubled our ambition (and every ask made for 90 days)! Our community responded to the match challenge and as a result we will be breaking ground summer 2021 to build our new Harbour House shelter! But wait! Our work is not done. We are still actively fundraising to close the funding gap. Though, with our match champion, those who responded to the ask, and our partners listed below, The Harbour’s first ever capital campaign has been a huge success to date! For more information and to grab a sneak peek at the house and make a donation, please visit Harbour2020.com

BREAKING GROUND

Harbour House

SPONSORS ?

Martha

ANONYMOUS Champion Match Donor

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SPATZ Pro Bono Landscaping and Interior Furnishings

Pro Bono Project Manager

MIKE CLUNE Pro Bono Principal Architect


YOUTH LEADERS

... Harbour

Alumni ...

Ora

Elizabeth

Adriana

Jessica

2010

2012

2013

2014

> Living in Georgia > College graduate > Pursuing second degree in Liberal Arts

> Living in Illinois > Counselor at a group home > Attending college to earn a double degree in Psych and Social Work

> Living in New York > Works with individuals with disabilities > Married, pregnant with second baby

> Living in Texas > Accepted to Texas State University Med School > Married

Jo

Latoya ( &Cleo )

Shanika

Tori

2017

2017

2018

2018

> Living in Illinois > Full-time student-UIC >W orks full-time for UPS

>L iving in Illinois > Graduated Successful Teens Effective Parents >G raduated nursing school > Pursuing a career in real estate

> Living in Illinois > Working for two nonprofits

> Living in Illinois

Shanice

Brenda & Mauricio ( &Sebastian)

Joanna ( &Sebastian )

Jebba

2018

2019

2019

2020

>L iving in Illinois > Working as claims consultant >A ttending college to become ultrasound tech

>L iving in Illinois > Graduated Successful Teens Effective Parents >B renda received degree as LPN >M auricio pursuing a career as an auto mechanic

>L iving in Illinois > Graduated Successful Teens Effective Parents >A ttended school for medical sonography

>A lmost Alumni > Living on her own >A ttends college and is full-time employee

* Last we spoke, Tori was pursuing a degree In Physical Therapy with a near 4.0 GPA

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THE HARBOUR, YEAR 2020 IN REVIEW

50 Y EARS

Happy Birthday Harbour! Meeting the needs of vulnerable youth rests at the heart of The Harbour’s services, all of which are built upon the core value that every young person deserves safety and support as they build a promising future.

1971 The Harbour was founded in Park Ridge, IL and was originally named “Crisis Homes.” The Crisis Homes’ flagship program, which would later be re-named “Harbour House,” provided services to young women who were locked out or who had run away.

1975-1981

HARBOUR LEADERSHIP THROUGH ITS 50 YEARS

LORRAINE FOX

1986 TThe Harbour changed the name of its flagship program to Harbour House and moved the operation to its current location in unincorporated Des Plaines.

1981-1985 SHEILA MERRY

Founding Executive Director

Executive Director

Lorraine opened the first shelter in Park Ridge.

The original shelter space in Park Ridge was no longer viable. We lost our federal funding and had to rely on private donations and state/ local funding. We had to make decisions and adjust.

BEHIND EVERY SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION IS A DEDICATED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS WITH A COMMITMENT TO THEIR COMMUNITY. FOR A HALF-CENTURY, REMARKABLE LEADERS WITH STRONGLY HELD VALUES ROOTED IN THE FOUNDATION OF SOCIAL WORK AND “DOING WHAT IS RIGHT” FOR KIDS HELPED SHAPED THE HARBOUR INTO THE ORGANIZATION IT IS TODAY. HERE IS WHAT OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS FROM YEARS PAST HAD TO SAY ABOUT THEIR WORK WITH THE HARBOUR.

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“ During that time, the model was… to get youth off the street. We created a program that secured medical and psychiatric care for youth, which was not the norm at the time. This helped create a supportive and innovative model for caring that other facilities could emulate”

“ We were so grateful to receive a donation in Dolly Arndt’s name in the mid-1980s to purchase a property and house for the new Harbour House which had been a long-time goal. We also changed the name from Crisis Homes to The Harbour.”


2017 1988 The Harbour added transitional living to its service offerings to provide long-term care and support to young people who were unable to be successfully reunified with family.

1991-2001 MARY WILSON (Formerly Eichling)

Executive Director

2008 The Harbour built the STEPs program (Successful Teens, Effective Parents) to offer housing and case management support to young women who were parenting while experiencing homelessness.

2001-2016 RANDI GURIAN

Executive Director

The Harbour launched Harbour 24/7, a text-forhelp line to assist young people in finding emergency housing at Harbour House. The Harbour also changed its service delivery model to better meet the needs of young trans and gender-nonconforming youth.

2020 The Harbour launched a new program to meet the unique needs of human trafficking survivors as they transitioned to adulthood.

2016-Current KRIS SALYARDS

Executive Director

EACH EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HAS EXPANDED THE SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL FOR THE HARBOUR TO

The external environment was changing. Managed care did not support youth with mental health needs. The preferred response to these needs was incarceration. The Harbour evolved to meet the needs of youth and adopted our core values of Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships to drive to change for youth.

“ We sought funding through federal funds for the first time and we successfully grew our budget. The Harbour House became licensed as a group home for youth to age 21, which offered supportive housing with more social work support… We were also able to develop our Youth in Transition program, which was a rented apartment that could house four youth and one live-in adult.”

In 2001, The Harbour experienced serious challenges, namely the loss of DCFS funding and TLP grants. We not only regained this funding, but expanded our services to meet the needs of parenting youth. The Harbour re-emerged stronger than ever.

“ We purchased the house in Schaumburg, thanks to the CDBG program. We created the STEPs (Successful Teens /Effective Parents) program to serve the needs of youth in our care that came back to us after delivering their baby. Also, we were re-awarded a TLP federal grant, which allowed us to provide supportive housing and needed services and ultimately achieved financial stability.”

In 2016 The Harbour made a commitment to launch a capital campaign to rebuild our Harbour House shelter. We grew our transitional living program by an additional house and opened a trafficking survivors’ program. We endured a pandemic, grew our private donations, and continued to thrive while setting the organization on a path for future growth.

“ We turned this organization from a quiet, hidden program to a forwardfacing community-based organization to honor our roots and respect our path to a premier provider of services for homeless youth. We will continue to expand and grow until we are satisfied that youth in north/northwest suburban Cook are able to find us and receive the help needed.”

SUCCESSFULLY MEET THE DYNAMIC NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITIES. EVERY EXPANSION HAS BEEN ABLE TO OFFER A REFINED SERVICE TO MEET THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF SUBURBAN YOUTH EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.

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THE HARBOUR, YEAR 2020 IN REVIEW

OUTCOMES FOR 2020 SAFE HARBOUR EMERGENCY SHELTER

78=The Number of Young Women Provided With 1,037 Days of Care FY20 OBJECTIVE

GOAL

RESULT

> Youth with a planned discharge will report feeling safe while at The Harbour 100% 100% >Y outh from The Harbour service area will not miss more than one day of school as a result of placement 80% 91% > Youth with a planned discharge will be linked to one or more community resources 100% 100% > Contact will be made with parents of youth 17 and under within 72 hours of admission 100% 93% >P arents or family members of minor youth placed for at least 72 hours will participate in services while their child is at The Harbour 80% 93% > Stays will result in a planned discharge 80% 86% > Minors will discharge to a home setting (e.g., parents, relatives, friends), excluding DCFS foster home 80% 66% > Minors will be discharged within three weeks of admission 90% 90% > Youth with a planned discharge will be in the same place three months after discharge 80% 79%

YOUTH IN TRANSITION

26=The Number of Young Women Provided With 3,368 Days of Care FY20 OBJECTIVE

GOAL

> Youth will participate in educational/vocational activities, job training programs, and/or employment 80% >Y outh will improve global functioning skills in the areas of life skills, social skills, cooking skills and meal planning 85% > Youth will produce a viable budget 80% > Youth will engage in support networks and services that promote positive health 80% > Youth will have a checking and/or savings account 90%

RESULT 90% 100% 94% 93% 96%

SUCCESSFUL TEENS/EFFECTIVE PARENTS

11 = The Number of Young Women FY20 OBJECTIVE

(&12 Children of Youth )

Provided With 2,057 Days of Care GOAL

RESULT

> Youth will participate in educational/vocational activities, job training programs, and/or employment 80% 100% >Y outh will demonstrate financial stability 85% 85% > Youth will own a checking and/or savings account and maintain the minimum balance 80% 100% > Youth will be enrolled in a health plan and have access to medical care, SNAP, TANF and WIC 100% 100% >Y outh will improve in global functioning 80% 100% > Youth will be free of DCFS hot line and will have 0 referrals to the DCFS hotline 100% 100% > Youth will participate in services and/or programs that promote stability and family well-being 100% 100%

DCFS TLP & ILO

19 = The Number of Young Women Provided With 4,409 Days of Care FY20 OBJECTIVE

GOAL

> Youth will participate in educational/vocational activities, job training programs, and/or employment 80% >Y outh will improve global functioning skills in the areas of life skills, social skills, cooking skills and meal planning 85% > Youth will produce a viable budget 80% > Youth will engage in support networks and services that promote positive health 80% > Youth will have a checking and/or savings account 90%

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RESULT 76% 97% 60% 83% 100%


Relentless. Dedicated. Unstoppable. A PANDEMIC that will be forever remembered created a unique opportunity for The Harbour to reflect, pivot, and learn how to operate in an ever-changing environment. Our community stepped up to help us keep running business as usual. The youngest members of our communities found new ways to support our efforts. From the youngest of philanthropists to the longest supporters of our programs. From the relentless efforts of our staff and creativity to get the job done. The Harbour persevered!

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B C E E

D

F A E ssential and important B The Park Ridge Travel Falcons hosted a drive

C Kiwanis members hosting a Social Distancing BBQ

D T hree young women of Glenview held a

G

Go Fund Me for Christmas gifts for youth and their children

E Gemma Doyle and family wrapped our Christmas gifts

I

F Park Ridge Community Church Youth Group – held a pumpkin patch sale and donated proceeds

G Staff meetings were virtually well attended

H F our young entrepreneurs and

philanthropists hosted a lemonade stand and donated the proceeds

I S taff Zoom attended Point Source

H

Youth’s 4th Symposium

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THE HARBOUR, YEAR 2020 IN REVIEW

~2020~ CALENDAR YEAR DONATIONS \

ANGELS - $15,001 AND OVER Hagerty Altenbernd Charitable Foundation Anonymous (2) The Chicago Community Trust Frawley Family Foundation CHAMPIONS - $10,000-$15,000 Andrew & Alice Fischer Charitable Trust Edward and Wanda Jordan Family Foundation North Shore Exchange Randi and Charles Gurian The Pelino Charitable Foundation ZYNGA, Inc. STEWARDS - $5,000-$9,999 Aileen S. Andrew Foundation Anonymous (2) Boeing Employee Contributions Fund Butler Family Foundation Carl R. Hendrickson Family Foundation Entact, LLC First American Bank George M. Eisenberg Foundation Pisani Family Foundation Savio Lobo The John and Susan Dewan Foundation The Webb Foundation Thomas and Millie Frawley Tim & Michelle Hardin Village Treasure House Walter J. and Edith E. Best Foundation ADVOCATES - $1,000-$4,999 Alan and Barbara Paschke Amy Sutherland Arthur and Margaret Stephens Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation Breakthrough Technologies, LLC Bryan Doerr Bulley and Andrews 10

Catherine M. Collins Chody Real Estate Corporation Coyne & Company Insurance Craig & Jeannette Schuessler David and Peggy Harker Dermody Properties Foundation Elizabeth Sawyer Ensono Finnegan Family Foundation First Bank of Highland Park Foundation Garo Kholamian Gregory and Gail Till Herman and Katherine Peters Foundation Jack Miller Family Foundation Jackie and Andrew Koglin James Valenti Jason & Monica Ramey Jeff Vondeylen Katherine and Robert Royce Kimberly and Michael Gruber Philanthropy Fund Kiwanis Club of Des Plaines Kiwanis Club of Park Ridge Morning KPMG U.S. Foundation, Inc Krista Hubbard and John Rossate Lupo Family Foundation Martha Spatz and Paul Knight Mary Cronin Mary and Adam Davis McGrath Family Foundation McGraw Foundation Michael and Lora Sharp Michelle and Craig Christell Morton Grove Woman’s Club Network for Good North Shore Unitarian Church Northfield Community Church OMRON Foundation Pacific Construction, LLC Pajeau Children’s Foundation Park Ridge Community Fund, Inc. Park Ridge Rotary Charitable Foundation PayPal Giving Fund Philip & Fannie Morris Foundation

Raymond and Linda Nicholus Rebecca & Robert Weisheit Richard Filler Rob and Karyn Malench Robert Shears and Kelly Nelson Rose F. And Alice M. Koffend Fdn Sandra Hubbard SC/CA Ventures Sentact, LLC Sheila Merry St. Luke’s Church Endowment Fund Steve and Kathy Royce Steven Spinell Susan and Jerry Feldman Tama Huang Ted and Juanita Sigg The August Foundation The Chicago Community Foundation The Oberheide Family Foundation The Reichert Foundation Whole Foods Community Giving Program William and Patricia Williams William Flannery Winnetka Congregational Church Rummage/Benevolence Committee PARTNERS - $500-$999 Amy E Bryant Andrew Annes Anonymous Brian Cote Brian Klingbeil Brooke Lawler Caroline Vullmahn Chantelle Smith Chris Webb Christine Dulaney Daniel Ryan David Frawley Denise Caplan DLA Piper Donald and Karin Allen Ed & Karen Coyne Frank and Dorothy Chao GEI Foundation Jocarno Fund John Zimmermann and Marcelaine Steil Zimmermann Jon Talty Kevin Garvey Kiwanis Foundation of Park Ridge Klaren Mueller KPMG’s Community Giving Campaign Kris and Jeff Salyards Macerich Louise Marquez Grant Mark and Lori Engle Mark C. Leverone Mark Stefaniuk Mary Seeberg Nancy and Mark Mathyer Park Ridge Lions Organization Peter Bazil Peter Schroll Ramona Jablon Robbie and Kim DeMarigny Sabrina Conti Erangey Scott Chafin Sean and Lauren Willett

Sean McGuire Shawn Oleary Steven and Julie Telkamp Steven Hands Theresa Frawley United Methodist Church of Libertyville William and Karen Janulis Wipfli LLP GUARDIANS - $100-$499 Al and Lorie Bartel Alan Tinker Alex Dumitriu Allison and Tom Stettner Alyson Stewart Anders Rustin Andrew Sorgel Andy Stein Anita Thies Ann Chalem Annie and Michael Lombardo Anonymous Barbara and Leonard Kuhr Barbara Arango Bart and Susan Friedman Bill and Linda Borst Blake Morrell Brad and Marissa Saenz Brad Carr Brian Early Bridget McDonough Brittany Sievers Bruce Larson Carol Kindle and Richard Bruno Carolyn Chandler Cathy Olstad Chapter FP of PEO Christ Church, United Church of Christ Christine Green Chuck and Patty Carrington Cindy Pagliuzza Cindy Tauber Colleen and John Twarog Craig and Janet Petersen Dan and Kim Armentrout Dan Pietroske Darlene & Robert Acker Dennis and Linda Nilsson Dorene and John Lynch Douglas and Holly Samz Elizabeth Roman Eric Sussman First Congregational Church Evening Circle Freedman Wander Family Georgene Ross and Alan Lifchultz Gregory D. Braid Heidi and Michael Raia Ike Hong Ilene and David Abrahams Illinois Property Solutions Ira Berman Jackson Kilburg Jaime Gaggini James and Kristen Ninni Janet Dalka Jasen and Elizabeth Toussaint Jason and Michelin Abrahamsen Jeffry and Sandra Jurs


Jennifer Bax Jennifer Duerkop Jeremy and Sheri Roche Jessica Wright Jim and Laurel Galiger Joan DiLeonardi JoAnn Carpenter and Dan Slattery Jocarno Fund Joe and Janet Stoodley John Lifka John Rich Joseph and Mary Pasquinelli Joseph Seymour and Erlene Kuzion Seymour Joshua Gurian Joy and Rob Guttschow Judy and Bob Kemp Judy and Roland Szkwarek Julie Berthold Karyn Regan Kathy Gieser Katie Lambert Kelly Herforth Kendra Scott Kevin and Beth Nagel Kimberly and Michael Gruber Kirke Machon Kristen Pugliani Kristin Lennert Murra Kristine Checea Larry and Renee Meger Larry Boysen Laura Briars Laura Maier Laura Pecarelli Laura Unander Lauren Locke Lauren Williams Laverne Chambers Lee-Anne Tragarz Leonard Marchese Linda and Paul Lopata Linda Baker Linda McDougall and Fred Weissgerber Lindsey Stanton Lisa Bailey Lisa Ginet Lombard Junior Woman’s Club Lorraine Fox Marcella and James Frawley Maria Roche Mariann Baumann Marina Sayah Marion Friel Mark Sweetin Martha and Doug Lindstrom Marti Austin Mary and Robert DiChristofano Mary Burke-Peterson Meghan Stanton Michael Donovan Michael Fitzgerald Michael Plagemen Millie Frawley Nadine Mallick Newton Marshall Nick Suizzo Nicole Pettis Nipa Patel Omron Automation & Safety Park Ridge Community Church

Park Ridge Community Women Patrick J Manno Paul and Rochelle Lundberg Paul Schnitz Paula Mack Pete Kippes Peter Borzak Peter Eisenberg Phil Goldberg Phyllis Volk Rachel Halpern Rachel Saladin Randal Doty Renee Spada Richard Erickson Richard Hesler and Kathleen Gianaris Rick Green Robert Best Robert Spatz Robert Tanner Roena Polena Roger Odle Russell Viater Sarah Forbes Orwig Sarah Thilges Scott and Cindy Grau Shahana Bhaduri Shakou Sherwin and Ellen Kabins Shruti Patel Stefan and Bobbie Lafloer Steven Roper and Carol Post Susan and Jack Rossate Susan Clifford Susan Klumpner Susan Noel Shomas Balla Thomas Swigert Tim Dadabo and Mary Kay Thill-Dadabo Tim McKernan Tim Pavlich Tom and Jean Bouslog Tom and Linda Spring United Methodist Women of Park Ridge William Blair and Company Charitable Matching Gift Fund William Loftus FRIENDS - $1-$99 Adam Kouhel Adam Knight Adam Levoy Alan and Patty Rubin Alan Blitz Alejandra Barbosa Ally and David Twarog Amazon Smile American Family Insurance Amy Johnson Amy Danahey Amy Hebert Ana Bhatia Ana Draa Ana Kamath Ashley Jackson Barbara Santarelli Betsy and Jim Uzzell Brenda Alicea Brian Rutter

Bridget Wright Carmen Quinones-Ochoa Carol Walker Charles Bolf Cheryl Frawley Cindy Gwizdala Corinne Knight Courtney Romano David Billingham David Wright Debbie and Kevin Wendling Debra Barber Ed and Eva Wojkowski Edward Vaughn Eileen Santini Elizabeth Austin Emily Korkofigas Eric Koglin Erica Curtis Erin Law Ethan Rowe Frances Diamond Fina Howes Gina Wojciechowski Heather Davis Heather Decker Jack and Laura Linehan James Frawley James and Judith Kosick Jane Kokaska Janessa Barbian Janet Gow Jasmine Bielanski Jean Costigan Jeffrey Drach Jen Lauer Jennifer Miller Jennifer Sterna Jennifer Welch Jessica Kelly Jessica Angelica Jessica Camp Jessica Zimmer-Wright Jocelyn Boti John and Cindy Nommensen John Sullivan Jordan Pettis Joyce Bedell Julia Conte Julie Sass Kamal Sarumi Kate Thierry Katherine Aynilian Katherine Forster Kathleen Murrin Kathryn and Petru Checea Katie Tramel Kelly Dages Kevin Hardman Kim Conradi Kristen Frawley Kristin Becker Kristine and Jim Cichowski Laura Foster Laura La Rocca Leah Greenblum Lee and Rebecca Winter Linda Allen Linda LaPorte

Lindsey Davis Lindsey Rabushka Lisa Ruch Lisa Sons Liz Grant Liz Werner Louise and James Cosmano Mackenzie Merrill-Wick and Jason Wick Margaret Gaughan Margie McBride Maria Jones Maria Malachowski Marianne Corcoran Marisa Dix Mark Cohen Mary Gnadt Maureen Wessels Megan Murphy Melissa Bucek Melissa Drapac Michael Zimmer Mchelle Frawley Michelle Johnson Murray and Judith Krugman Nancy Cantal Nancy Schmitt Nancy Philbin Liston Nick Brait Nick Koglin Olivia Traynor Patrick Vonesh Paula Steinmetz Pafael Figueroa Rebecca Bolger Richard and Loretta Mole Richard Frawley Robert and Anna Piotrowski Robert and Debra Ross Roman Thompson Ronald and Audrey Snyder Rosemarie Percox Sandra Davenport-Belushi Sara Allgood Sarah Pagliuzza Stephanie Wolski Susan and Jack Keenan Terri and Brian Szewczyk Thom and Laura Hubbard Thomas Gnadt Timothy Frawley Trisha Blythe Tyler Hubbard Urszula Kolbrecka Vivi Frangidakis Wendelyn Wallace William and Sena Neja


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