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Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night show program

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The Callboard

Welcoming Back an Old Friend

The Bard has been notably absent from LCT.
In fact, we haven’t performed Shakespeare here
since 1969. But why even bother performing
plays that are 400 years old?

We cannot answer that merely through
academic scrutiny. Rather, performing Shake-
speare is the answer. Shakespeare’s words,
when given life on stage, have profound and
enduring power. They capture the essence of
human experience: love, hate, tragedy, joy, low
comedy, and high ideals. His words are the
poetry of life.

Thank you all for helping us bring Will
back to our stage. We hope he’ll be a more
frequent visitor in coming seasons.

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Artistic Director

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Enter the world of Timothy Kobs through Tim earned a degree in commercial art and
paintings he refers to as his “Fantastic Dreams.” after a 23-year career was able to pursue
In soft hues, combined with fantasy and his dream of creating his own art full-time.
elements of nature, Tim’s paintings reflect Recognition of Timothy Kobs’ tremendous
visions, daydreams, and early influences on his skill has come in the form of many top awards.
imaginative naturalism. His paintings dance His limited edition prints and greeting cards
with colorful fairies, mythological creatures, may be purchased at www.tkobs.com.
and magical representations of nature.
LCT welcomes you to browse the gallery.
At a young age Timothy Kobs started his All pieces are for sale, and 25 percent of the
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The Producers .......................................................... May 8-10, 14-17, and 21-24
Mel Brooks’ comedy The Producers is truly a hit, winning a record 12 Tony® Awards and wowing

audiences. A down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his well-mannered accountant scheme to

produce the most notorious flop in Broadway’s history, thereby bilking their backers out of millions

of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the show is a smash hit! At the core of the insanely funny

adventure is a poignant emotional journey of two very different men who become friends. Recom-

mended for ages 13 and up. Auditions: March 23 & 24

Masquerade: A Magical Evening ............................. June 18-21 and 25-28

They say “variety is the spice of life,” so let us spice up your life with Masquerade, a variety
show filled with music, dance, and the spoken word, performed by the very talented youth of our
community. Enjoy music from shows such as Wicked, Les Miserables, and The Phantom of the
Opera. Enjoy scenes from classical to contemporary theatre that will leave you thrilled and eager
for more. You’re sure to enjoy this special evening of talent and skill you won’t soon forget.

Auditions: May 11 & 12

Please visit our website, lacrossecommunitytheatre.org, for detailed synopses and character
descriptions, Please call 784-9292 to schedule an audition time or for more information.

Box Office Notes

There will be a 15-minute intermission for tion and the hard work of Commercial A.V.
this show. Beverages and cookies will be Services, we have upgraded our sound
served in the lobby. Only water and bottles system, and new hearing assistance
with caps (sold at the theatre) are permitted devices are available in the box office.
in the theatre.
The photographing, videotaping, or other
Please turn off cell phones and pagers or video or audio recording of this production
check them in the box office. The house is strictly prohibited. Due to space limita-
manager can monitor your cell phone or tions, audience members are not allowed
pager for you. Thanks to a generous grant backstage. Please wait in the theatre to
from the La Crosse Community Founda- meet cast and crew members.



LCT Staff

Artistic Director ............................................................................................................Greg Parmeter
Box Office Supervisor....................................................................................................Eric Severson
Education Director ........................................................................................................... Lori Portner
Scenic Designer/Tech Director .................................................................................. Dillon McArdle
Costume Designer..................................................................................................... Mandy Parmeter
Volunteer Coordinator....................................................................................................Sheryl Clouse
House Managers.................................... Sheryl Clouse, Jeremiah Galvan, Sue Kundy, Lori Portner,
............................................................................................................... Eric Severson, Nick Springer

Board of Directors

President............................................Tom Brock Members at Large
1st Vice President............................. Cary Heyer ...................... David Amborn, Kenna Christians,
2nd Vice President ............................. Phil Addis ..................... Michael J. Hartigan, Dar Isaacson,
Treasurer ..........................................Chuck Roth .................Hal Keitel, Krin Krause, Vicky Kunz,
Secretary .............................. Nancy Korn-Smith .............................. Steve Rose, Nancy Sedbrook
Past President ....................................John Lyche

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45TH SEASON 300TH PRODUCTION

La Crosse Community Theatre presents

Twelfth Night

or What You Will

William Shakespeare
March 20-22, 26-29, and April 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. and April 5 at 2 p.m.

Sponsored by Kwik Trip

Season Media Sponsors are La Crosse Radio Group and WXOW TV-19.
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Production Crew

Director ..................................... Anne Drecktrah Ushers (Godspell) ......................... Lisa Adams,
Costume Designer.................... Mandy Parmeter .............Dawn Anderson,Mike Adank, Al Baker,
Scenic/Lighting Designer.......... Dillon McArdle .........Angie Baker, Dianne Baker, Hattie Bestul,
Stage Manager ................................ Krista Kuhn ............. Libby Bestul, Sallie Bestul, Addie Bott,
Sound Designer......................... Dillon McArdle .................... Stephanie Branson, Debbie Brown,
Dramaturg .................................... Sheryl Clouse ...................... Garrick Brown, Jennifer Burchell,
Props Master .........................Stephanie Branson ............................. Jeff Copsey, Annelise Escher,
Light Board Operator...................... Andy Krage .......... Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson, Tim Harris,
Sound Board Operator .................. Bernie Keller ....... Allan Johnson, Lizzie Knothe, Carol Knox,
Set Construction........................ Sharon Markee,
......Dillon McArdle, Jim Nelson, Greg Parmeter Rita Koch-Thometz* and friends,Val Krage,
Costume Construction.................... Leslie Bates, .................. Auriel Nigl, Cherie Nigl, Rudy Nigl,
.................... Stephanie Branson, Michael Kruse, ........Mandy Parmeter, Jeannie Pope, Sue Quale,
.............................. Betty Lamb, Mandy Parmeter ........ Jen Roberdeau, Cam and Carlene Roberts,
Season Brochure Design ........Vendi Advertising ....Ken Schelper, Ellen Severson, Emma Smerud,
Photography .......................Ellickson Studio and .......................... Scott Smerud, Theresa Smerud,
...................................................Theresa Smerud ...................Connie Stockdale, Heidi Swermah*,
Historians .. Dawn Anderson, Diane Hoffmeister ......... Bill Tenner, Janet Tenner, Nora Tetkoski*,
..........................Megan Thorstad*, Cathy Tyink,
Mailing Crew .................Al Baker, Angie Baker, ......Leslie Vincent*, Evelyn Weibel, Deb White,
......Dianne Baker, Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson, .....Mark White, Miriam Wuensch, Amber Zabel
.........Bev Heebsch, Carol Knox, Linda Krueger,
..................... Lorrie Oestricher, Delores Pierson, Concessions (Godspell) .................Lisa Adams,
....... Sue Quale, Connie Stockdale, Janet Tenner, .....Stephanie Branson, Annelise Escher, Tim Harris,
..................................................... Evelyn Weibel ........ Mike Herro, Allan Johnson, Lizzie Knothe,
........... Sharon Markee, Sandy Miller and friend,
Mingle with the ............Andrea Nerby, Tom Nigon, Lori Portner,
cast and crew at our First Nighter .......................... Ellen Severson, Eric Severson,
party after the show on March 20! .....................Connie Stockdale, Nora Tetkoski*,
A free pizza buffet will be provided at .......................... Miriam Wuensch, Amber Zabel
Pizza Doctors at 7th and King streets. Thank
* crew debut
you to our First Nighter hosts!

The Cast

Orsino............................................................................................Daniel Schneider
Valentine ...............................................................................................Jon Krocker
Curio .............................................................................................. Ellice Peterson*
Sebastian .........................................................................................Tim McCarren*
Antonio .............................................................................................. Erik Meinertz
Captain ........................................................................................ Scott Vehrenkamp
Sir Toby Belch ................................................................................. Sean McDevitt
Sir Andrew Aquecheek .......................................................................... Jim Nelson
Malvolio............................................................................................. Michael Scott
Fabian................................................................................................Ethan Rogers*
Feste ..............................................................................................Jennifer Burchell
Priest .....................................................................................................Jon Krocker
First Officer.......................................................................................... Cory Janda*
Second Officer ...................................................................................Jon Hartfield*
Viola....................................................................................................Marie Larson
Olivia..................................................................................................Diane Breeser
Maria ....................................................................................................Kelley Bates
Court, Musicians, Soldiers............................................Euel Bailey*, Cory Janda*,
.................................................................... Lisa Marie Mobley*, Ellice Peterson*
* LCT debut

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Twelfth Night

or What You Will
SYNOPSIS

by Sheryl Clouse, Dramaturg

Viola, a gentlewoman, survives a Olivia’s house is run by the uptight
shipwreck and finds herself washed and conceitedly pious Malvolio. Late
ashore in Illyria. In order to make her one night, Belch, Aguecheek, and the
way in a world of men, she decides to jester Feste are drinking and singing too
disguise herself as a man, Cesario, and loudly. Olivia’s lady, the witty Maria,
work for the Duke of Illyria, Orsino. tries to quiet them, but they take no heed.
Viola (as Cesario) falls in love with Malvolio catches them and chastens
Orsino. But Orsino loves a neighboring them all.
countess, Olivia, who repels his advances
because she is mourning the death of her Maria and the others engineer a plot
brother. When Cesario (Viola) is sent as to get Malvolio back for spoiling their
an emissary of Orsino’s love to woo the revels. They forge a love letter from
countess, Olivia becomes infatuated with Olivia to Malvolio that plays upon his
the messenger. Thus the love triangle is upwardly mobile desires and exposes
complete: Viola loves Orsino, Orsino his hypocrisy. Urged on by the letter,
loves Olivia, Olivia loves Cesario—and Malvolio begins to act quite bizarrely,
everyone is miserable. and Olivia soon thinks he is crazy.

Meanwhile, Sebastian, Viola’s twin Confusion, fights, songs, love, and
brother (whom she emulates when she is happiness ensue.
Cesario), was not drowned, as she thinks,
but was saved by a sea captain, Antonio. SHERYL CLOUSE
Sebastian, heartbroken for the loss of his (Dramaturg) is LCT’s volun-
dear sister, decides to travel to Illyria. teer coordinator. She debuted
Antonio, who loves Sebastian, cannot at LCT as Nettie in the 2007
go to Illyria, where he is wanted by the production of You Can’t Take
authorities, but sends a large wallet of It With You and appeared as
money so that Sebastian will not want Maria in 2008’s Lend Me a
during his travels. Tenor. Sheryl is an early modernist who has
worked with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, a drunk, She received her graduate degrees at the Uni-
merry man, has been telling a wealthy versity of North Carolina-Greensboro, working
gentleman, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, that with Russ McDonald.
Olivia is certain to be wooed by him.
Belch really just wants Aguecheek’s
money to fund the nightly parties and
drinking.

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Who’s Who

This production of Twelfth Night is being DIANE BREESER (Olivia) is
sponsored by KWIK TRIP. VENDI advertising a substitute teacher for the La
is our marketing sponsor and LA CROSSE Crosse School District. She
RADIO GROUP and WXOW TV-19 are our has appeared in numerous
media sponsors this season. We thank them productions, including as Miss
all for their generosity and commitment to Maudie in To Kill a Mocking-
La Crosse Community Theatre. bird and as Gloria in Grace
and Glorie at LCT. Her hobbies include
KELLEY M. BATES (Maria) walking, reading, environmental issues, and
is a medical transcriptionist at theatre! Diane started at LCT thirty years ago
Gundersen Lutheran and has and practically grew up here. It has always been
appeared in many LCT her second home. She thanks her husband,
productions, including The Randy, for running lines with her, and Emily
Mousetrap and To Kill a and Ian for supporting their mom’s theatre fix.
Mockingbird. Her hobbies
include singing, Cubs baseball, and Vikings JENNIFER MARIE
football. Her favorite thing about theatre is that BURCHELL (Feste) is a
it is an exploration of another’s head, fictional paralegal with Murphy
though they are. She wishes to thank Andy: Law Office and previously
“Raise your hopeful voice—I’ll sing along.” appeared at LCT as Miss
Kelley is blessed to be surrounded by gracious, Tweed in Something’s Afoot.
loving friends and family. Other credits include Mary
Shelley’s Frankenstein and Oklahoma! She
enjoys knitting at Fitting Knit! and is an active
member of Christ Episcopal Church. She loves

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Watch for La Crosse Community Theatre’s
2009-2010 season, coming soon!

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Who’s Who

LCT because it lets those who are fools use MARIE LARSON (Viola) is
their talents! She wishes to thank her wonderful a 2008 graduate of St. Olaf
husband, Euel, for his love and support and College and will be attending
Brian and Jane Murphy for their patience. graduate school in New York
City in the fall. She is cur-
JON HARTFIELD* (Second rently a substitute language
Officer) is an engineer at arts teacher. Her many credits
Trane, and this is his LCT include Damn Yankees, The Sound of Music,
debut. “LCT is awesome and Man of La Mancha. She loves theatre be-
because it stems from a true cause she gets to be someone completely dif-
community effort requiring a ferent for a while, laugh, and meet new people.
dose of teamwork, creativity, She thanks her family for all of their support.
and discipline. The result is a contagious
excitement and energy for cast and audience TIM McCARREN* (Sebas-
alike that are only experienced in live perfor- tian) is a sophomore at UW-
mance.” John wishes to thank his wife, Cara, La Crosse, and this is his LCT
for her encouragement, the LCT staff for its debut. He has previously
support, and the audience. Special thanks to appeared as Bottom in A Mid-
Anne for casting him in his first LCT play. summer Night’s Dream at UW-
La Crosse. Tim loves acting
CORY JANDA* (First Officer/ out and telling stories and playing different
Court) is store manager at characters. He would like to thank his friends
Radio Shack, and Twelfth and family for their support, his parents for
Night is his debut production. coming to see him, and his new friends at LCT.
His hobbies include autocross,
Wii, and working on cars. He SEAN McDEVITT (Sir Toby)
was drawn here by people he’s works at APAC in La Crosse.
known who have been a part of LCT, and the He has appeared in many LCT
prospect of acting is what kept him here. He productions, including God-
would like to thank his wife for her understand- spell and The Women of Locker-
ing and encouragement as well as Sheryl Clouse bie, for which he received the
and Christopher Winneman for their help and Award for Excellence in Acting
encouragement. in a Supporting Role at Wisconsin AACT Fest
2007. He also has appeared in shows elsewhere.
JON KROCKER (Valentine/ He loves that LCT is a vibrant organization with
Priest) works at Best Buy and an incredible pool of talent. Sean thanks Shake-
teaches skiing and snowboard- speare for writing words that make him salivate.
ing. He has appeared onstage
at LCT as Harry Witherspoon ERIK MEINERTZ (Antonio)
in Lucky Stiff and as Billy will be a music teacher at the
Bibbet in One Flew Over the International School Moshi in
Cuckoo’s Nest. His favorite thing about LCT is Tanzania. Previous credits in-
the great atmosphere and company that make clude Willy Wonka in Charlie
him keep coming back. Jon wishes to thank his and the Chocolate Factory at
family and friends, and Ashley for putting up West Salem and Herr Schultz
with him. in last summer’s Cabaret. His hobbies include
listening to and playing music and video games.
He enjoys the challenge of taking on someone
else’s life. Erik thanks God, his family, and his
friends for all their love and support.

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Who’s Who

LISA MARIA MOBLEY* to his parents for their undying support of him
(Servant) is an arts integration and his participation in the arts.
specialist, sculptor, fine art
painter, and mother/wife DANIEL SCHNEIDER
extraordinaire. Twelfth Night (Orsino) is a staff trainer at
is her LCT debut. “I want to Riverfront and has appeared at
thank someone I respect, LCT in many productions,
revere, notice, regard, honor, prefer, venerate, including Cotton Patch Gospel
esteem, defer to, praise, love, and admire and When We Were Alive. His
exceedingly: my husband, Russell.” She also hobbies include running, bike
thanks all who babysat Gary during rehearsals riding, and reading. His favorite aspect of
and, finally, “thank you to the little one still in theatre is the chance to be someone else and
there; you are a blessing.” team up with others. Dan would like to thank
his wife, Mary Lansing, for being supportive.
JIM NELSON (Sir Andrew)
has appeared in many shows MICHAEL SCOTT (Malvolio)
at LCT, including this season’s is a professional storyteller,
To Kill a Mockingbird as founded the Old School
Atticus. He counts Elwood P. Entertainment Company, and
Dowd in Harvey and Officer holds a post-baccalaureate
Lockstock in Urinetown as his teaching licensure at Viterbo.
two most memorable roles. Jim also appeared Previous credits at LCT in-
as Otto Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank at clude as James O’Hanlon in Yes, Virginia, There
UW-Washington Co. He loves theatre because Is a Santa Claus and as Felix in The Odd Couple.
of the satisfaction of giving an audience a He has also appeared on stage with the Fairbanks
diversion for the evening. Jim would like to Shakespeare Theatre in Alaska. He enjoys
thank his parents. kayaking, biking, and cooking. Scott wishes to
thank Mom, Dad, Polly, Ian, Emma, and Owen.
ELLICE PETERSON*
(Curio/Court) is 14 and is SCOTT VEHRENKAMP
home schooled. She also (Captain) is a teacher at
attends classes with LCT’s Children’s Palace Pre-School
School of Theatre Arts. and Daycare in Holmen. His
Twelfth Night is her theatrical most memorable shows at LCT
debut. Ellice’s hobbies include were as Cheswick in One Flew
playing sports, horseback riding, and music. Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and as
“Thank you to Anne and Lori for giving me my Dr. DePinna in You Can’t Take It With You. His
first shot at this!” other credits include roles in The Foreigner,
Brighton Beach Memoirs, and Othello. His
ETHAN ROGERS* (Fabian) favorite part of LCT is the friendships, old and
is a freshman at UW- new. He would like to thank his family and
La Crosse, and this is his LCT friends for always supporting him.
debut. Hobbies include watch-
ing movies and hanging out NIKKI BALSAMO (Choreo-
with friends. His favorite grapher) is artistic director at
aspect of theatre is that it La Crosse Dance Centre and
gives him the chance to take a step out of reality a dance instructor at Viterbo
and be someone else. We would like to thank University, where she choreo-
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Who’s Who

and Seven Deadly Sins. She previously played a DILLON McARDLE (Techni-
soldier in LCT’s production of The Nutcracker cal Director/Set Designer) is
and was in the chorus for Fiddler on the Roof. from Minneapolis, but grew
She appreciates finding in LCT a community of up in Las Vegas. He received
people with a passion for theatre, and she thanks a bachelor of arts degree in
Anne Drecktrah for this opportunity. technical production and design
from Viterbo University. Profes-
ANNE DRECKTRAH sional credits include the Great River Shakespeare
(Director) is an adjunct Festival in Winona, Minn., the Virginia Shake-
teacher of theatre and film speare Festival in Williamsburg, Va., and the
at Viterbo University. At Commonweal Theatre Company in Lanesboro,
LCT she most recently Minn. Dillon thanks all the volunteers who have
directed The Boys Next Door given countless hours of time and, most of all, his
and Barefoot in the Park. fiancé, Megan, who supports him in every way.
Elsewhere she has directed See Jane Vote,
MANDY PARMETER
Tomfoolery, Last Letters from Stalingrad, Don’t (Costume Designer) is
Hug Me, On the Verge, and many more. Other originally from Aberdeen, S.D.
favorites include Trojan Women, The Match- She received her bachelor’s
maker, Scapino, and Taming of the Shrew. degree in music education from
Northern State University,
KRISTA KUHN (Stage where she discovered a passion
Manager) owns Ellickson for theatre. After a year of teaching music, she
Studio. Her previous produc- moved to Lincoln, Neb., to study costume design.
tions as stage manager at LCT She received her MFA in costume design in May
include The Boys Next Door 2005. Her work has taken her from Oklahoma to
and Urinetown. Hobbies in- Washington, Virginia, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.
clude traveling, movies, and Mandy thanks her husband, Greg, for relocating
spending time with her hubby and cats. Her fav- his life to La Crosse. His support is a true blessing
orite part about LCT is the family that each cast and one of the reasons she loves him so much.
becomes. Krista wishes to thank her husband,
Dennis, for his patience and understanding.

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Craig, Mary Bittner, Marlene Jacobson, Emmanuel Roberts, Cam and Carlene
Bjerke, Todd, and Karen Johnson, Nancy Rodman, Kirk and Nancy
Director’s Circle Jones, Ed and Carol Roth, Chuck and Lu Ann
Kroll Kammel, Mike Rude, Brian and Karen
$1,000-$1,499 Blaha-Deboer, Don and Kastenschmidt, Kay Ruston, Curt and Bev
Keitel, Julie and Hal Sandvold, Karen D.
Hartigan, J. Michael and Mary Kerckhove, Bette Schlichte, Dave and Heather
Vicki Blanchard, K.O. and Jeanne Klich, Ron and Peggy Schoenfeld, Paul and Joan
Bloedorn, Jim, and Carol Kloster, Geoff and Myra Schroeder, Robert and
Lokken, Jerry and Kathy Kranig, Rob and Jo Ann
Petrowski Kratt, Michael and Bev Jeanne
Saints $500-$999 Bott, Clem and Karol Krause, Peter and Krin Schwem, Jack and Marti
Brinkley, Melvin and Marty Kremmer, Cliff and Cheryl Schwingle, Doris and John
Ahrens, Bud and Mabel Brownell, Kevin Krueger, Robert Seager, Glenn and Lila
Baker, Allen and Dianne Bruemmer, Tom and Judy Krumholz, Robin and Alan Sechrest, Sandy
Born, Chris and Vicki Buchner, Paul La Fleur, Lauren and Lucille Seielstad, Peter and Ginny
Brooks, Donna Buchta, Bill, and Lori Lamb, Bob and Betty Sexauer, Michael and Kathryn
Foust, Diane, and Jim Lawrence, Henry and Beverly Sherer, Margaret
Campbell Le Grand, Roger and Sondra Smerud, Scott and Theresa
Nelson Burmaster, Mark and Cari Le Roy, Robert Smith, Robert, and Elizabeth
Hubbard, Bob and Mary Burzinski, Robert and Joyce Lee, Kevin
Kirkpatrick, Judy Campbell, Roy and Laurie Lee, Tom and Jenelle Wright
Rathgaber, Scott and Mary Capaul, Tony and Violet Lerum, Ken and Nancy Spencer, Dick and Pat
Saline, Lindy Cipriano, Pat Lindeman, Claude and Springer, Jacqueline
Sartz, Dick and Mary Jean Clouse, Kelly and Sheryl Steingraeber, Paul and Jane
Solberg, Ed and Laurie Conzemius, Bob and Kay Carolyn Stellrecht, Greg and Joan
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Corbisier, Gary and Susan Lohman, Harry and Virginia Stevenson, Wade and Tammy
Benefactors Daus, Cathy and Alan Mach, Beverly J. Striegel, Hank and Joyce
Decker, Walt and Barbara Mackey, William and Helen Sullivan, Brian and Diane
$250-$499 Deters, Merrill, and Iona Mader, Michael and Carol Sundet, Ray
Mailath, Aurel and Sue Thienes, Terry and Cheryl
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Bott, Richard and Lynn Dissmore, Dan and Tricia Matthews, Lois Tripp, Barbara and Jerry
Christians, Roger and Kenna Dukatz, Debra and Ervin Mau, Stephen and Margeen Twining, Lill
Coe, Robert and Barbara Ebert, Allen and Karen McIlraith, Lorraine Voight, Jo
Fernandes, Felix and Erb, Thomas, and Cecilia Messerschmidt, Les and Rita Vongroven, Larry and Bea
Miller, Rich and Vicki Warzynski, Larry and Kathy
Marilyn Caron Minehan, Kiernan and Tracy Wastlund, Ken and Jane
Frank, Donald and Barbara Everson, Ruth Miner, Edward B. and Sally West, Ross and Lynn
Haase, Jack and Ann Faulkner, David and Teresa Misch, Bridget and Lisa Wettstein’s
Kerbaugh, Chris and Jane Filla, Sandra Mueller, Mary and Kurt Wichelt, Ray and Joyce
Kuesel, Gloria Foss, Richard and Marilyn Nelson, Doug, and Cheri Olson Wilde, Jim and Joey
Kunz, Daniel and Vicky Foye, David and Barbara Nelson, Kenneth and Carmin Wilson, Daniel and Jennifer
Loomis, Judith Francois, Joseph and Joan Nelson, Sonja Wold, Gary and Debra
McBain, Clive and Burness French, Marla Nichols, Harry and Cyndy Wolfe, Leon and Kay
Merkitch, Ken and Janine Fulford, George and Joyce Noll, Karl and Julie Wood, Daryl and Margaret
Mueller, Carl and Doris Geary, Michael and Gretchen Norby, Jeanne, and Merle Wooden, Frank
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Sebo, Jeri Haggard, Donna and Dennis O’Neal, Nancy
Smith, Anita G. Hamilton, Linda and John Lom
Smith, Donald and Nancy Hansen, Stephen and Karen Anderson, Gary and Judy
Tanke, Edward and Miriam Hanson, Chuck and Cheryl Anderson, J. Howard and
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Antony, William and Jo Guinn, Larry and Becky Loomis, Gregory and Barbara Revie, Marguerite
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Wish List Donations

Thank you to the following recent Mattison, Mark and Wendy
Munn, James and Sally
Holiday Wish List Donors: Sebo, Jeri
Sechrest, Sandy
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