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One Seventy One Cedar, Inc.

2012 - 2013 Annual Report

fiscal year 2012/2013 Reflections As part of a vibrant community arts center, we at 171 embrace every opportunity to help people uncover the power and possibilities waiting to be discovered through participation in the arts. As we celebrate record numbers of people through our doors one might think we’ve reached the pinnacle of what our founders dreamed for 171 when they founded the center, forty-six years ago. What we believe is that they did not see a summit, but a desire for 171 to stand the test of time. Today 171 enjoys a regional reputation as a premier provider of arts education; dedicated to providing life-long enrichment by delivering impactful arts opportunities.

You don’t get there by bus, only by hard work, risking, and by not quite knowing what you’re doing. What you’ll discover will be wonderful: yourself. - Alan Alda

171’s exceptional faculty members – some of the region’s finest dancers, musicians, visual artists and more – continue this tradition of excellence by sharing their passion and engaging students. In Fiscal Year 2012-13, they taught 2,687 students – the largest enrollment in 171’s history. Together, these individuals spent thousands of hours in classes encompassing all disciplines, from contemplative landscape and figurative painting, to Hip Hop’s high-energy choreography. This year, in order to support the needs of our teaching artists and provide a better experience, 171’s Personnel Committee undertook the major project of reviewing 171’s current method of employee classification, in an attempt to better understand Federal/State laws and to ensure our compliance with current practices and laws. The Committee facilitated the successful transition of more than 50 faculty members from contractor to employee status. All faculty are now supported by standardized employment practices and updated personnel policies. Our organizational journey has spanned 46 years. As we continue to build momentum, we remain steadfast in our belief that the integration of arts and culture into daily life is critically important. 171 is built on strong relationships, and our success depends on our ability to bring people and organizations together in support of arts and culture. We thank each and every one of you, as visitors to the gallery, students in classes, supporters of our mission, and advocates for the essential role 171 plays in our lives.

Lynn Dates, Executive Director

From the Board President Dear friends of 171, As we finish yet another year of wide-ranging programs and entertaining events and exhibits, I am proud to say that we remain financially healthy and vibrant. Our faculty, staff, and students continued to sustain 171’s dynamic culture and generous donors sponsored new events. While we continued our ever-popular programs and events, we also recognize that federal and state support of the arts is changing both in terms of grants to not-for-profits and in art and music offerings in schools. So we began exploring new ways to support our mission with programming changes and new ideas for fund development. We look forward to your continued support and feedback as we update our offerings and remain your community arts center! Sincerely,

Ann Nicholson, Board President 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

about 171 Our Vision 171 enriches our community through the arts

Our Mission

171 is a dynamic organization which enriches our community by: • Offering excellent arts instructions • Exhibiting today’s artists • Presenting live performances Instructor Joanna Martinec and an eager student helper assemble a mobile featuring colorful bugs and butterflies as part of the 2013 Student Exhibition

revenues and expenses Operating Revenues

■ Earned Income

$ 342,392


■ Support Income

$ 242,036


■ Government Grants

$ 56,000


■ Interest and Gains on Investments

$ 23,844


$ 664,272


■ Program Service

$ 322,235


■ General & Administrative

$ 238,467


■ Facilities

$ 79,838


$ 640,540


Total Revenues

Operating Expenses

Total Expenses* *Excludes $118,499 in non-cash depreciation



52% 36%


Operating Revenues

■ Earned Income ■ Support Income ■ Government Grants ■ Interest and Gains

Operating Expenses 50%


■ Program Service ■ General & Administrative

■ Facilities

on Investments

A copy of 171’s most current financial statement is available upon request. We make every effort to maintain accurate records, and apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact with questions or corrections.

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scholarship recipients 171’s Experience Art Scholarship Fund: $6,000

171 is committed to bringing together a diverse student population and assisting students by awarding scholarships each year for participation in the Center’s multi-arts programs. Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Boris Family, Brockway Family, Condon Family, Taylor Family, Ashley Coleman, Megan Coleman, Allyson Pepples, Tamar Samuel-Siegel, Antina Alvarez, Abigal Nehring, Shiela Cross, Samantha McElroy, Sophia Grant, Catherine Vandercook, Zoey Ferry

Charlene Coleman Holland Scholarship Fund: $4,800

Established in 2007, with funds generously made available to the Center from the family of Charlene Coleman Holland. This Scholarship commemorates her interest in the richness of the region’s arts and cultural community. Mrs. Holland was deeply committed to furthering music education and programming in the area and was instrumental in establishing the Center’s first Suzuki program. Additionally, Charlene was the first Executive Director of the Chemung Valley Arts Council (aka The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes) in 1973 and lived in the Corning-Elmira area from 1963 to 2001, when she relocated with her husband to Salt Lake City, Utah, upon his Students from Young Chefs’ Cooking School enjoy a picnic on the Drake House Lawn with retirement. Holland Scholarships are awarded to exceptional students taking private, instructor Nithya Krishnan or group, piano and/or string lessons at the Center. Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Rebecca Caudill, Cristian Lau, Suyen Lau, Autumn Rose Lester, Jason Liang, Sarah Osburn, Erica Thomas, Ruby Williams

Edwin Caplin Foundation Scholarship Fund: $5,400

Established in 2010, with funds donated by Chretien Risley in honor of his influential and well-respected piano instructor Frances McLaren, and in memory of beloved regional musician Carole L. Bigler. Awards from this scholarship are given so as to fuel passion, encourage learning, and cultivate philanthropic spirit in the arts. Students seeking to engage in the Center’s multi-disciplinary arts-programming may receive awards to study ceramics, dance, language, visual arts, theater, music, literature and writing. “Our goal in giving this grant is to provide a bridge for talented and motivated students who are otherwise unable to afford study, to do so. We believe that 171 is the kind of place that fosters artistic development, discipline and good citizenship and we hope that the recipients will pass from childhood as people for whom giving back to their community is essential and expected.” -- Chretien Risley, Caplin Foundation Director Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Sara Case-Kneeland, Anastasia Gevegy, Mary Bieser, Mattie Edinger-VanAtta, Suleman Javed, Abdullah Javed, Reed Family, Colin Hurlburt, Paige Hughey, Dayne Hughey

Helen E. Stevenson-Barnes Memorial Scholarship: $250

Established in 2008, by her three sons Rich, Jim and Andrew Greger, the Helen E. Stevenson-Barnes Memorial Scholarship extends merit-based arts scholarships to serious art students who have been nominated by their art instructors. Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Brieanna Bourdage, Sarah Wright, Audrey Howard

East High School Class of 1985 Arts Scholarship: $100

Newly created in 2013, by alumni from the Class of 1985 – awards $100 to a student nominated by their art instructor, who shows great promise in the fields of arts, graphics, architecture, illustration, etc. Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Logan Henry

Doug and Carol Allan Dance Scholarship: $556

Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Ben Conway, John Lehman, Jr., Billy Wayne

The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes Summer Scholarship: $500

In partnership with Chemung Canal Trust Company, The ARTS provided a scholarship opportunity to reinforce the importance of self-expression by our youngest learners. The awards encouraged youth participation in 171’s summer classes. Fiscal Year 12/13 Recipients: Isabella Antes, Jonathan Fuller, Hailie Grant, Brooke Holzlein 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

contributors The following contribution levels are determined by the total of all gifts given during Fiscal Year 2012-2013 (September 1, 2012 - August 31, 2013), including: membership, unrestricted gifts, participation in fundraising events, restricted gifts, and gifts of stock and property.

Benefactors: $5000+

Marcia Weber and James Flaws Kim Frock and Wendell Weeks*

Patrons: $1,000 to $4,999 Madonna Cornelissen and Ed Andrewlavage Trudy and Charles Craig Angela and Eric Elder* Amy and Philip Gorham Penny and Kirk Gregg

Donors: $100 to $999

Mavin and Arthur Ambrose Linda and Douglas Anderson* Ulrike and Thomas Appelt Therese Arliguie and Xavier Lafosse* Renu and Madapusi Badrinarayan Gail and Elijah Baity* Lee Baldwin Jen and Chad Batzing Richard Bauer Candy and Bruce Baxter Gail and Ron Bellohusen Woan-jue and Seldon Benjamin Susan and Thomas Berry Yeshoda and Rajaram Bhat* Barbara and Thomas Blumer Susan and William Boland Gerry and Dan Britton Melissa Brown the late Mary Buechner Deborah and Thomas Buechner Lisa and Michael Burns* Louise and Edward Bush Jeremy Button Ann and Steve Campbell John Carozza Kim and Jesse Cates Polly Chu and Bill Mattingly* Stacy and Mark Clark Carleton and Julia Clay Maarit and Joshua Clay Sarah and Dan Collins Peigi Cook and Stephen Thomas Michelle and Kevin Corliss Susan and Douglas Cotton

Maisie and Jamie Houghton Sarah and Jim Michaelson* Susan and David Morse Ann and Barry Nicholson Kay and Mark Rogus* Judy and Dick Sphon Pirates! The Musical, Summer 2013, directed by instructors Sarah Fagan and Jessica Rutledge

Liz Cristofaro Marty Curran Lynn and Ted Dates Connie and David Davies Sergio De Santana Courtney and Daniel DeRusha* Karen and Walter Douglas* Karyn Cepek and Jeff Evenson Kathleen Ewanyk Anis and Nadia Fadul* Jennifer Fais Jane and Richard Fastiggi Kate and Daniel Gerwig Anna and Tom Giambrone Cynthia and Marc Giroux* Uta-Barbara Goers and Jeffrey Prescott* Tina Goff Jeanne and Richard Greger Cathie and John Gunselman Brenda and Gordon Gustin Melissa Hansen Denise Hauselt Mary Heller Smith Debra Chesman and Martin Hempstead* Marcy and Paul Hertzog Tina Oldknow and Peter Herzberg Randi and Dustin Hewit Joan and Geoffrey Heywood Jennifer and Joseph Homa Amory Houghton, Jr. Eileen and Donald Huff Katerina and Daniel Hulme* One Seventy One Cedar, Inc.

Beth Hylen and Brad Turner Mary Ellen and Robert Ivers Patricia Jackson Elise Johnson-Schmidt and Gerald Schmidt Beverly and Hank Jonas* Angela and Kevin Julien Ileen Kaplan and Michael Maxwell Lee Kiesling Julee Kehr and Denis Kingsley Cynthia and Kirk Klingensmith* Jacqueline Knitter Lisa and Mark Krol Santona Pal and Joydeep Lahiri Beth and Mark Landin Judy and Thomas Landry Diane Legendre and James Webb* Nancy and John Lively Blanche Love Andrea and Thomas Lynch* Georgiana and John MacMahon Mary Ann and Ted Marks Deborah Mays Jennifer and Keith McEwen Laura and Tom McGrath Marie McKee and Robert Cole Jane and Kevin McManus Lynne Meriwether Sue and Charlie Milazzo Rhonda Morton Eleanor Nasser Kaye Newberry and Nick Borelli* Marisa and Mark Newhouse Barbara and Thomas O’Brien * Thank you to regional corporations for matching these gifts.

Donors, continued

Jennifer O’Brien John Orser Mary and Tom Owlett Patty and Russell Ozer Jill and Thomas Palmer Christine and Mike Pambianchi Michelle and David Pastel Susan and John Peck* Anne Pierce Lynn Pifer and John Ulrich Jane and William Plummer Kathy and David Rauscher Karen Rebis*

Artful Raffle 2013 attendee shows off their winnings from the silent auction

Supporters: $61 to $99 Gigi Alvaré Joe Berto Diane and Steve Hazlett Cheryl Jordan Margret and Milton Lapp

Friends: $1 to $60

Marvin Bunch Terri Galvin and Don Cannioto Mary and Jack Cleland Joellen and Jordan Coffed Judy and Tim Coleman Marilyn Cristofaro Sharon and Jim DeRusha Christine Eyer Mark Fleisher Carol and Tom Gough Cynthia Haigh Donna Hess Greg Hintz Kim Huston Robert Kolp Sue Lauderdale Robin and Donald Many Coni and James Minneci Mary O’Keefe Alan and Barbara Oplinger

Gunars Reimanis Louise Richardson Ruth and Mark Riesbeck Missy and Phil Rittenhouse Denise and Scott Robinson* Margaret and Kevin Roe Daniel Roemmelt Amy Rogoski Andrea and Jeffrey Rubin Joan and Tom Russen Christine and John Sharkey* Monet Sheehy Ying Shi and Zewei Song Destiny Kinal and Barry Skeist Karen Meriwether and Tom Snow Ruth Goodwin and Mark Soulliere Andrew and Christine Sprague Elinor Stevens-Lewis Kristin and Charles Swain* Joy and Kevin Theil Bharthi and Paul Thuraisamy Mary and Tony Tripeny Jodi and Robert Turner

Karen Martin* Monica Nix Susan and Scott Pawlak Kit Tobin Annie and Murray Werner Kathrine Page Meleny Peacock Annette and Mitchell Peck Lynn and Bruce Peffley Jean Peterson Claudia and David Radin Joyce Said Diane Janowski and Allen C. Smith Jane Spillman Lucy and Roger Steele Becky and John Stranges Harriet and Gilbert Sweet Noel Sylvester Kristine and Andy Taylor Suzanne Valicenti Heather van der Grinten Theresa Vascovic and Alex Persaud Julia Waltz-Stalker and Jonathan Stalker Victoria Zingler 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

Debra Turner Bailey and Harry Bailey Ljerka Ukrainczyk and Robert Bellman* Linda and Martin van der Grinten Jill VanDewoestine and Glenn Kohnke* Robin and Dennis Vargas Erica and Ron Verkleeren Betty Vinti Cathy and Peter Volanakis Margaret and Eugene Wade Ann Welles Hameister and Curt Hameister Kristine and Jim West* Anella and Craig Wetter Elizabeth Whitehouse Janna and Darren Wilcox Melissa and Robert Williamson Mary and Derek Woollatt Jinny and Jerry Wright Michiko and Kogo Yamaguchi Tracey and Tom Yorio* Sandra Zuraski and Jordan Rankin

Ristiina Wigg Deborah and Russell Woglom Jean Wosinski Benda and Roy Yarnell

Instructor Dino Losito and his tiger-masked daughter pose after a fun week of Active Art Camp

* Thank you to regional corporations for matching these gifts.

members of 171 171 Cedar Arts Center is member supported; the following lists of 171 members includes everyone whose membership was active during fiscal year 2012-2013. We appreciate your ongoing support!

171 Individual Members Laura Acuto Gigi AlvarĂŠ Nancy Andrews Patricia Balon Darlene Barnes Sandy Batrowny Stuart Bauer Richard Bauer Dorothy Behan Betty Bennett Daril Bentley Jonathan Berguson Joe Berto Brenda Biancarelli Martha Boland John Brown Alisa Brown Helen Bunting-Hart Louise Bush Patricia Butray Frey Ann Cady Christa Calkins Mary Callahan Erin Canfield Colleen Caravati Christine Cecala Ruchit Chanekar Sang Cho Shannon Cleveland Eden Connelly Jennifer Corrao Sheila Cory Donald Creath Kelly Cusick Jess Davies Monica Defendorf Rebecca DeRosa Beth DiLauro Kara DiPietro Kate Disch Diane Doebler Maureen Donohue-Smith Jacqueline Dunbar* Kathleen Ewanyk Christine Eyer Mark Fleisher Diane Frampton

Patricia French Linda Frey Katherine Funk Caren Gardner Anna Giambrone Grace Goldman Tina Gottesman-Alves Wei Gu the late Sheila Guidice Brenda Gustin Cynthia Haigh Gretchen Halpert Suzanne Hamilton Melissa Hansen Patricia Hay Lingna He

Carolyn Kruk Larry Kurtz Anugraha Kutty Joel Labovitz Sue Lauderdale Lee Lawrie Barbara Lord ShuHua Lu Alma S. Luckett Martha Manikas-Foster Brenna Marcellus Karen Martin* Loralee Mattison Emily McConnell Sioban McDermott Minerva McVey

Students create and decorate bowls in the Woodcock Ceramic Studio as part of 171’s annual Making Real the Dream Day, celebrated each year in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Maren Herman Lisa Herrmann Brian Herron Greg Hintz Martha Horton Kim Huston Patricia Jackson Mary Johnson Elise Johnson-Schmidt Cheryl Jordan Timothy Kiczenski Lee Kiesling Karen Kilpatrick Jacqueline Knitter

KariAnn Mech Lynne Meriwether Suzanne Mettler Elyssa Minton Thadeus Mixon Rebecca Moe Allison Monnell Carol Nalepa Terry Nardone Cathy Neally Jodelle Nelson Olga Nikulina Monica Nix John Orser

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Braun Ort Sheila Ortiz Nichole Ortmann Pam Paine Tim Parker Carolyn Pascar Michael Paulin Allen Peckham Anne Pierce Courtney Preston Kathy Rauscher Helen Revelas Anna Rice Louise Richardson Daniel Roemmelt Marie Roller Vicie Rolling John Roy Pat Rumsey Janice Saltsman Joyce Schwartz Jamie Shaw Alise Sinclair John Sirianni Christine Smith Emily Smith Joanne Sonsire Sarah Sorensen Lindsay Spaziani Jane Spillman Lucy Steele Kayla Talkington Danielle Terry Reagan Terry Meredith Tifft Kit Tobin Wendy Wheadon Lindsay White Ristiina Wigg Susanne Williams Penny Wilson Shelby Wilson Maria Winston Katlin Wolford Jennifer Wurster Raja Wusirika

171 Family Members April and Tyson Abbott Kelly Abel Amber and Eric Abernathy Marilyn and Kwadjo Adusei-Poku Julia and Stephen Albertalli Karen and Jim Alpha Mavin and Arthur Ambrose Wendy and Jaymin Amin Linda and Douglas Anderson Cheryl and Jerry Argentieri Therese Arliguie and Xavier Lafosse Laura and David Austin Jean and Matt Balster Mary and Dale Barber Gail and Pronob Bardhan* Theresa Barrett Jen and Chad Batzing Candy and Bruce Baxter Lorrie and Douglas Beall Adrienne Beck Linda and Jim Bergstrom Susan and Thomas Berry Jennifer Bertron Yeshoda and Rajaram Bhat Annie and Scott Bickham Gayle and Van Bicknell Shahbano Bilgrami and Irfan Rizvi Simone Bischof Barbara and Thomas Blumer Julie and Brad Boersen Martina and Thorsten Boger Doreen Bonomo Sheila and Leon Bourdage Anissa and Dustin Boutwell Leslie Bowman Nasrin Shahin and Derek Boyd Michael Bratti Gerry and Dan Britton Marche and Gordon Brown Reagan Brumagen Natalia Buduchina Lisa and Michael Burns Shannon Butler Susan and Jeff Cadel Molly Cagwin Anna and Ben Calkins Marita and Louis Campbell Ann and Steve Campbell Damaris Capo-Alonzo Ann and Steve Capper* Cheryl Capps Tammy Carey

Magally Casillas and Jesus Armenta Casillas Maureen and Martin Castellana Kathleen and Bill Caudill Jeanne and Tom Cavuoti Karen Chalk Patricia Chang SunHwa and Daniel Choi Avanika Chokshi Polly Chu and Bill Mattingly* Lauren Chung Tammy Chung Eleanor Cicerchi

Beginning Pointe students perform in the 2013 Spring Dance Recital

Hilary Clark Maarit and Joshua Clay Constance Cole Kate Coller Julie Collier Anne and Fred Collins Carla and Jeff Colonna Rebecca and Shaun Congdon Barbara and George Connors Cindy and Glen Cook Rebecca Cook Michelle and Kevin Corliss Madonna Cornellisen and Ed Andrewlavage Karen Cornelius Susan and Douglas Cotton Trudy and Charlie Craig Melanie Crisco Amy and Robert Crofoot Jacqueline and Tom Croft Krista and Jim Cutler Kimberly and Willard Cutler Carolyn Cartwright Czarnecki and Michael Czarnecki Tracy Daggett Renata and Paulo Dainese Saguna and Nitin Das 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

Lynn and Ted Dates Darci and Dan Davis Dave and Patricia Dawson-Elli Caitlin DeFilippo Pam and Matt Dejneka Courtney and Daniel DeRusha* Meredith Dessoye Alicia and Michael Deuerlein Deborah and Kenneth Dickerson Bei Ding Theresa and Mitch Doerksen Karie and Edward Dollard Michele and Shawn Donegan Monica and Harvey Doolittle Shelley Dugas-Thomas Helen and Cameron Dunlap Hannah Eade Camille Earley Stacey Edwards Mary-Jo and Tibor Egervary Angie and Eric Elder Christine and Jeff Elliott Christie Ellis Theresa Emery Adriana Enright Solveig and Bruce Erway Sarah and Peter Fagan Kiyomi and James Fahy Jennifer Fais Julie and James Fajardo Jane and Richard Fastiggi Anna Fausett Amber and Jason Felker Gaile and James Felli Clare and George Ferenczy Laura Ferratella Heather Flandreau Marcia Weber and James Flaws Sandra and Randy Flick Monica and Lee Foley Nichols Gloria Fratarcangelo Mary-Beth and Scott Frederick Ann-Marie and Thomas Freeland Diane and Christopher Friends Julie Fromer and Garrett Piech May and Yuan Fu Nicole Fye Maureen and Kevin Gahagan Crystal and Harold Galusha Terri Galvin and Don Cannioto Anne Galvin Lingli Gao Sarah and Williams Gaona * Thank you to regional corporations for matching these gifts.

171 Family Members, Continued Maria Gaskievicz Roxanne Gaylord and William Arnts Charlotte and Gregg Gerber Tina and Ross Gerbino Suzi Gerlach-Downie and John Downie Vivian and Mark Gernand Heidi and Albert Gerth Kate and Daniel Gerwig Deborah Giaconia Jean and Clive Gierbolini Thomasine and Matthew Gilbert Nathalie and Jacques Gollier Sinue Gomez and Daniel Mower Nancy Gottwald Candy and John Graham Jean and Stuart Gray Marybeth and Peter Greene Jeanne and Richard Greger Bonnie Grinnell Rhonda and Richard Grzybowski Karen Gunther Patty and John Gurecki Jennifer and John Haack Kathleen Hallinan and Patrick Roth Annette Hallock Lori Hardee Michelle and Doug Harshbarger Karen and Brian Hart Catherine and Klaus Hartkorn Kathy and Thomas Hauryski Denise Hauselt Lisa and Stephen Hawken Diane and Steve Hazlett Dawn Heil and Michael Karee Mary Heller Smith Debra Chesman and Martin Hempstead Kevyn and James Hennessey Brandy Herrington Marcy and Paul Hertzog Jacqueline Jeter and Darren Hessler Randi and Dustin Hewit Joan and Geoffrey Heywood Valerie and Matthew Heywood Candice and Vincent Hill Laura Hluck* Patricia Hoeffner Cathy and Charles Hogan Mary Jo and Kenneth Hogrefe Carrie and Joshua Hogue Shawndra Holderby Sabrina Hollis

Jennifer and Joseph Homa Anna and Keith Hoover Liz and Bob Hostottle Cassandra and Doug Hotchkiss Wendy and Bob Hovey Ann and Jason Howe Da Hu Eileen and Donald Huff Katerina and Daniel Hulme Julie Humphrey Telsha Huntley-Shogbon Michael Hurd Nevina and Jason Hurley Beth Hylen and Brad Turner Mary Ellen and Robert Ivers Junko Iwanaga Renee and Josh Jacobs Renee Jacobson and Alan Evans Jessica and Josh Jamison George Jamison Blair Jennings and Fell Cadwallader, Jr. Louise Jiang Sarah Johnson Kira Johnson Lisa and Colin Johnson Shana Jones Angela and Kevin Julien Jeanne and David Kagle Emma and Jean Kamnang Ileen Kaplan and Michael Maxwell

Instructor Colleen Carey McCall and loyal student Geoff Heywood break concentration for a quick snapshot in the Woodcock Ceramic Studio

Monisha Kapur Denise and David Kartzman Izzat and Abbas Kazmi Michelle Keeler Patricia Kennett Penny and Rob Kephart T.J. and Bill Kessler Marraine Kettell One Seventy One Cedar, Inc.

Anne Keys Kate and Michael Kieli Michelle Kim Julee Kehr and Denis Kingsley Stephanie Kirk Julie Kline Cynthia and Kirk Klingensmith Mei and Vincent Knapp Sonia Knowles Annie Koerner Laura Koralewski Jennifer and Paul Krasnansky Lori and Chad Krelie Lisa and Mark Krol Michelle Kudva Jeanette Kuehner Heather and Stephen Kuenzli Jennifer Kulcavage Santona Pal and Joydeep Lahiri Judy and Thomas Landry Kim and Jay Langdon Karie Langevin Margret and Milton Lapp Patricia Laverty Julia and Ray Lawson Anjanette and Robert Lecher Deborah and Brian Lee Diane Legendre and James Webb Lynn and Stephen Leonard Elisa and Scott Leone Mary Beth Lerner Marichiel and Mitchell Lewis Jill and Les Lewis En Liu Nancy and John Lively Amy Lorenz Franziska and John Lorey Kellie Lowman Jen and Adam Lyon Rita and Eric Macapinlac Patricia Machuga Kathryn and Fred Mack Veena and Naveen Madhudi Michael Maglioca and Robert Avvampato Mary and Tim Major Linda and Chris Malarkey Janette and Angel Malavet Susan Maney Victoria Mann Stephanie Manning Robin and Donald Many Ana Maria Marian

171 Family Members, Continued Diane Marshall Lisa Marshall Judene Martin Autumn and John Martuscello Susanna and Randy Mason Cynthia and John Massey Tracey and Myles Mathieu Sophie Mayolet Denise Mays Larissa Mazzali Christie McClurg Melissa and Sean McElroy Sara McKay Christine and William McKendrick Kerry McKinley Patty and William McLellan Sue McMaster Kamala and Thomas McNamara Karen McNeill Becky Mekos Shelley and Si Meyer Sarah and Jim Michaelson Sue and Charlie Milazzo Sabina Miller April and Eric Millhollen Mary Mills and Dave Peterson Maureen Mines and Mark Holman Rosemary and Kyle Mingle Cheryl Minor Jenny and Steve Monroe Ramona Moreno and Robert Windt Mary Ann and Ken Morgan Stephanie and Bill Morris Lisa and Glenn Morrisey Sheri and Scott Morse Betsy and Paul Morss Becky Mortensen Lori Murphy Melissa and Rich Murray Leah Murray Susan and Stephen Nagle Jong and Jialin Nah Benita and David Nesbitt Kaye Newberry and Nick Borelli Fatou and Moussa Ngom Kristine and John Nguyen Cucphuong Nguyen Ann and Barry Nicholson Melissa and Rod Noel Barbara and Thomas O’Brien Jennifer O’Brien Angela and Brian Olkey Catherine and John Olmstead

Denise and Keith Olson Mary Ouderkirk Bonnie Owens and Vincent Kashorek Mary and Tom Owlett Patty and Russell Ozer Jill and Thomas Palmer Monica Palmer Christine and Mike Pambianchi

Ballroom and Latin Dance for Kids, Spring Dance Recital 2013

Sara Parker Valerie and Gerry Parkhouse Zara Melkoumian and Gagik Parsamian Louise and Robert Paul Barbara Paulsen Susan and Scott Pawlak Susan and John Peck Lirong Pei Kimberly and Jeffery Peterson Martha Pierce Gwenola Pinvidic and Jean-Marc Jouanno Amy Plumley Richel and Jack Portwood Kelley Powers Lisa and Michael Price Sarah Price Michele and Jeffrey Purvis Rose and Steven Putman Gwen Quigley and Tony Moretti EB and Chris Quinlan Terri and Warren Radke Karen Rebis Jean and Tom Reed Gunars Reimanis Elizabeth Reppert Kristin Rider Ruth and Mark Riesbeck Amy and Chad Robbins Shana and John Robertson Denise and Scott Robinson* Amy Rogoski 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

Kay and Mark Rogus Richard Rosenberg Shena and Gabriel Rossettie Vicki and Stephen Rossettie Stella and James Roush Andrea and Jeffrey Rubin Joan and Tom Russen Shawn and Scott Rutkoski Lynette and Bruce Sahara Betty and Bob Santandrea Georgina and Greg Santilli Diana Satterfield Beth and Christopher Savoy Christine Valkenburgh and Mark Schlechter Andria and Kevin Schwind Kelly and James Scouten Jamie and Brandon Sealy Kim Shaffer Sharon Shafrir Jaya and Naga Shashidhar Bobbi and Jonathan Shaut Mary Rose and Gary Shaw Eileen Sheehan Lan Sheng and Xi Xie Ying Shi and Zewei Song John Shook Svetlana and Ralph Short Tricia Shugars Bonnie and John Sirianni Irene and Brian Slater Jamie and B.J. Smith Teresa and Greg Smith Anna and Richard Smith Lydia Smith Rachel and Harrison Smookler Karen Meriwether and Tom Snow Betsy and Daniel Snyder Beatrice Sojka Meenal and Kamal Soni Sara Sparling Lindsay and Alan Specht Kathleen Speicher Judy and Dick Sphon Stephanie Spry Pazhambalacode Srilakshmi Scott and Katrina Stanton Janis and Chuck Stebbins Adrienne Stempin Beth Stone Karen Storms Shelley and Tom Stout Karen Strayer * Thank you to regional corporations for matching these gifts.

171 Family Members, Continued Judy and Dick Streever Amanda and Josh Stuart Michelle Suarez Naoko Sugimoto-Dingel and Benjamin Dingel Louise and Connie Sullivan-Blum Caterina and Mark Summa Li Sun Patricia Susch Kristin and James Sutherland Kristin and Charles Swain Emily Swan Sara and Brad Tanneberger Penny and Fred Tanneberger Sarah Tedesco Rachel and David Tews Heather and David Thomas Megan and John Thomas Jeanne Thomas Jennifer and David Togni Jane and James Trice Jane and James Trondsen Skye Tubbs Jodi and Robert Turner Debra Turner Bailey and Harry Bailey Ljerka Ukrainczyc and Robert Bellman Lynn Pifer and John Ulrich Rabina and Jesse Usher Linda and Martin van der Grinten Lori Reenan and Kirsten Vanatta

Jill VanDewoestine and Glenn Kohnke Robin and Dennis Vargas Julie Vargo Barbara and Dave Velasquez Florence Verrier and Kaveh Adib Margaret and Lou Vogel Vanessa Von Volen Jennifer Vosburgh Patti and David Walczak Peggy and Tim Walters Annie Wang and David Zhu Jennifer and Brian Warner Claire Warren Ginnan Linda and Fritz Wasser Jocelyn and Morgan Watson Heather and Randall Wayland Ying Wei Charmaine and Curt Weinstein Stephanie and George Welch Birgitta Welzel and Ulrich Neukirch Michele and Alan Wendlandt Jianhua Weng Abbey and Chris Wentzel Nancy Werner-Burke Bernadette and Piotr Wesolowski* Kristine and Jim West Sandra West-Williams and Dan Williams Anella and Craig Wetter Jill White

board & staff

Staff Members

Board of Directors Executive Officers

Ann Nicholson, President Eric Elder, Vice President Eileen Huff, Treasurer Patricia Jackson, Secretary

Board Members

Kwadjo Adusei-Poku† Doug Anderson Madonna Cornelissen Elizabeth Cristofaro Don Many Jim Michaelson† Allison Monnell

Elizabeth Whitehouse Wendy Whitley Hall and Ben Hall Dee and Graham Wightman Jo and George Wildeman Jennifer Wilder and Eric Geissinger Deb Wilke Ann and Chris Wilkinson Sharon and Robert Williams Allison Williams Melissa and Rob Williamson Keri and John Wilson Kathleen Wilson Chelsi and David Winquist Mary Beth Witmer Deborah and Russell Woglom Laurie and David Woodward Mary and Derek Woollatt Jean Wosinski Paula and Jerome Wozniak Jinny and Jerry Wright Jackie Xie Mary and Gary Xu Gail and Venugopal Yama Michiko and Kogo Yamaguchi Benda and Roy Yarnell Jin Sun Yim Lee and Jung Yim Tracey and Tom Yorio Naomi Young Karin and Sean Zimba Allison and James Zimmerman Colleen Zink

Susan Morse Denise Robinson Robin Vargas Elizabeth Whitehouse† Darren Wilcox Sandra Zuraski

Lynn Dates Executive Director Courtney DeRusha Program Manager Kim Huston Finance Manager Sean Terry Administrative Assistant Willa Rose Vogel Marketing Manager Lynne Wagner Ceramics Studio Technician Svetlana Baldwin Maintenance Robert Gitchell Maintenance Galen Cook-Thomas Part-time Administration Ashley DeWert Part-time Administration Joanna Martinec Part-time Administration Kimberleigh O’Konski Part-time Administration Lydia Smith Part-time Administration Max Sevret Ceramics Studio Assistant

†A warm thank you is extended to those who completed their service on the board in 12/13. One Seventy One Cedar, Inc.

faculty Carol Allan Doug Allan Natalie Amisano Svetlana Baldwin Shannon Black Bridget Bossart van Otterloo Anissa Boutwell Dustin Boutwell Laura Brignone Laura Charles Cynthia Cratsley Harrington Monica Defendorf Jessica Dejoseph Christian DeLamielleure Courtney DeRusha Stacey Esslinger Sarah Fagan Erica Flanagan Jonathan Fritsch Julie Fromer James Fry Nicora Gangi Sarah Gerow Andrew Gillis Claire Gonta Smock

Stuart Gray Beth Hesch Carrie Hogue Eric Holbein Maria Holbein Brud Holland Carl Johengen Ada Johnson Samantha Keefer Birgit Kercher Jacqueline Knitter Nithya Krishnan Daniel LaBar Michael Lanahan Rochele Locey Dino Losito Christine Lowe-Diemecke John Manfredi Joanna Martinec Becca Massey Cynthia Massey Sophie Mayolet Angela McBrearty Colleen McCall Frances McLaren

thank you!

Debbie Meritsky Harriett Meyer Anne Milazzo Sean Monroe Tara Moran Tony Moretti Michelle Neumayer Cornelius O’Donnell Patty Ozer Kathrine Page Denise Purvis Gwen Quigley Miki Reaume Ann Recotta Jennifer Reuning Myers Markie Roe Vicki Rossettie Marc Rubin Donald Rubin Camilla Schade Duvid Smering Suzanne Stack Kasey Stewart Naoko Sugimoto-Dingel Emily Swan

Willa Rose Vogel Lynne Wagner Stefanie Weaver Lee Welles Jesse White Tracy Wigley Katlin Wolford Jackie Xie Jacob Zansitis

The trodden path of an Artist is paved by passion and commitment. It is a journey which eventually leads to the joy of bringing forth creativity in others. -Patrice Donnelly


The Community Foundation of Elmira Corning and the Finger Lakes, Inc. ■ Corning Garden Club ■ Corning Incorporated Foundation ■ New York State Council on the Arts ■ The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes ■ Wegmans – Corning ■ United Way of Broome County ■ Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

Thank you for being a community partner!

171 Youth Chorus ■ AJ’s ■ Alligator Mouth Improv ■ Alternative School for Math and Science ■ The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes ■ Arts in Bloom ■ Atwater Estate Winery ■ Banjo Burke Memorial Fund ■ Loren Barrigar & Mark Mazengarb ■ Bradford Central School District ■ Cantata Singers ■ CASA ■ Center Stage Community Theatre ■ Chemung Canal Trust Company ■ Chemung Valley Montessori School ■ Clemens Center ■ Community Foundation of Elmira-Corning and the Finger Lakes, Inc. ■ Corning Children’s Center ■ Corning Civic Music Association ■ Corning Credit Union ■ Corning Garden Club ■ Corning Incorporated ■ Corning Museum of Glass ■ Corning-Painted Post High School Learning Center ■ Market Street Trust Company ■ Michael Czarnecki ■ Elmira Downtown - Elmira Street Painting Festival ■ Elmira Free Academy ■ Exhibit A ■ Extended Learning Network of the Southern Tier ■ Tim Farrell ■ First Presbyterian Church of Corning NY ■ Food Bank of the Southern Tier ■ Gustin’s Goldsmiths ■ Horseheads Printing ■ Rhonda Morton ■ Multi-Media Services ■ Odessa-Montour School District ■ Pathways ■ Pathways’ Kids’ Adventure Club ■ Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes ■ The Readers’ Theater of Ithaca ■ Rockwell Museum of Western Art ■ Sexual Assault Resource Center ■ Seneca Lake Wine Trail ■ Sol Stone ■ Southern Tier Flute Choir ■ Spencer Van Etten School District ■ St. Mary Our Mother School ■ United Way of Broome County ■ Valley Folk Music ■ Watkins Glen School District ■ West End Gallery ■ Women’s Chorale of 171 Cedar


171 depends on the generosity of more than 100 volunteers each year. Volunteers lend their time and skills to fundraising events, classes, repairs and maintenance, and gardening. We thank you for supporting 171 through your willingness, commitment and hard work. 171 Cedar Arts Center receives general operating support made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Annual Report layout and design by Willa Rose Vogel

One Seventy One Cedar, Inc. 171 Cedar Street Corning, NY 14830 607-936-4647

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One Seventy One Cedar, Inc. 12/13 Annual Report  

Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013

One Seventy One Cedar, Inc. 12/13 Annual Report  

Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013

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