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BECOMING DR. RUTH is presented by special arrangement
with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

World Premiere, June 30,2013, at Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield MA — Julianne Boyd (Artistic Director); Tristan Wilson (Managing Director).

Originally Produced Off-Broadway by Michael Alden, Stefany Bergson, Rodger Hess, Jamie deRoy, Pat Flicker Addiss, Beam Reach Entertainment/Elyse Mirto, LFI Group. Associate Producers: Matt Jared, Lawrence D. Poster/Merrill A. Stone.

Original projection design by Brian Prather and Daniel Brodie

Setting: Washington Heights, New York
Time: June 9, 1997

There will be a 15 minute intermission.

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As someone who didn’t know a whole lot about Dr. Ruth's life other than her late night TV appearances, I was floored by the incredible journey she had to travel before becoming the world's foremost sex therapist.

A truly inspiring tale, the fact that we get the opportunity to produce this show during Women's History Month just adds to her importance and legacy. On a personal level, to tell the story of such a strong Jewish female figure, means a lot to me – as I’ve been surrounded by them my whole life (and raising two more!)

We thank you for coming out and embracing meaningful productions like the one you’re about to see. If you’re in the mood for more we’ve got more great shows lined up for the rest of our Crystal Anniversary Season.

Up next, we have the hysterical family comedy Chicken & Biscuits which had the honor of being the first show to open on Broadway following the pandemic pause.  In May we celebrate our 15th Anniversary with a Special Concert Event – Bright Stars featuring Kalamazoo’s own Hannah Elless who starred in the Original Broadway cast of Bright Star.  And we’ve got the theatrical event of the season this summer with the iconic, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning musical, RENT by Jonathan Larson.

See you at the theatre!

Robert Weiner


“The turtle can stay in its shell and be safe and boring, but if it wants to move forward it has to stick its neck out,” says Dr. Ruth Westheimer who has a large collection of turtles in her Washington Heights Apartment where she has lived since 1956.  “If I have to mention one characteristic I have, it’s chutzpah.”

Chutzpah is another word for courage and taking risks has certainly been the hallmark of Dr. Ruth’s life.  She has overcome incredible odds since the age of 10. Her story is inspiring, and in this play you will hear her dramatic and brave story told from the memories of an orphan of the holocaust to becoming a pioneer celebrity of the art of speaking frankly about sexual matters on radio and television. Even today at 94, Dr. Ruth delivers her much sought advice with a dollop of joyous naughtiness.  Holding a degree from Columbia University, and as a teacher at Yale and Princeton, she has always approached every lesson with humor.  “The Talmud says a lesson taught with humor is a lesson retained.” Her upbeat and honest vocabulary, often laced with Jewish values, will make you laugh. She’s a long-time board member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.

Finding an actress who could embody this 4’7” dynamo was a must, and we are thrilled to have found Diane Wasnak…whose life choices have also required taking great risks!  Read her bio!

What do the white boxes represent? Ruth packing and unpacking her life……the snow capped mountains in Switzerland…the wailing wall in Jerusalem…the skyscrapers of NYC…the barriers she climbed to “Becoming Dr. Ruth.”  Enjoy!

Kathy Mulay

Farmers Alley Theatre Staff

Rob Weiner

Executive Director
Jeremy Koch

Managing Artistic Director
Denene Mulay Koch

Director of Education
Tony Holewinski

Asst. Company Manager
Julie Nemitz

Marketing Consultant
Becky Klose

House Manager
Hayden Lane-Davies

Administrative Assistant

Farmers Alley Theatre Board

Joshua T. Weiner — President

Kathy Mulay — Vice President

Dan Guyette

Patricia Huiskamp

Alice Kemerling

Julie Nemitz

Charles Ofstein

Lanford J. Potts

Jack Hopkins




Diane Wasnak* (she/her)

Dr. Ruth Westheimer

Creative Team

Kathy Mulay

Director & Scenic Designer
Roger W. Burleigh* (he/him)

Stage Manager
Mike Borzkowski (he/him)

Technical Director
Savannah Draper (she/her)

Prop Design & Scenic Painter
Carter Furland (he/him)

Sound Design
Steve Hodges (he/him)

Hair/Wig Design
Christopher Mahlmann (he/him)

Projection Design
Cory Kalkowski (he/him)

Lighting Design
Nicole Peckens (she/her)

Costume Design
Ricky DeVore (he/him)

Asst. Stage Manager
Issac “Ziggy” Middleton

Head Carpenter
Kyle (Cole) McCurdy, Erin P. Truesdell, and Erin P. Truesdell

Asst. Carpenters
Marcia Smith (she/her) and Tom Smith (he/him)

Wardrobe Support
David Knewston (he/him)

Master Electrician
*Proud Member of Actors Equity


Roger W. Burleigh (he/him)

Light, Sound, and Projection Board Operator
Ricky DeVore (he/him)

Floor Crew

Meet the Company

Diane Wasnak* (she/her) (Dr. Ruth Westheimer)
Diane is thrilled to be making her Farmers Alley Theatre debut in the titular role of our production of BECOMING DR. RUTH! Diane’s experience spans four decades with many credits in Stage, Film and Television. In her life long career as a performing artist, Diane Wasnak apprenticed with Master Mime Tony Montanaro, going on to join the San Francisco Pickle Family Circus in 1988 and partnering with Joan Mankin to become “Pino & Queenie Moon,” the first female clown duo featured in American circus. After ten years with the Pickles, Diane was cast in Cirque du Soleil’s production of MYSTERE. On screen, Diane was MoCap stunt double for Jada Pinkett Smith in the The Matrix games. On the theatrical stage Diane received acclaim for her portrayal of Puck in Marin Shakespeare’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and Gower in PERICLES: PRINCE OF TYRE. She portrayed eleven characters in Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s A TUNA CHRISTMAS, Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger in Athen’s West 33 VARIATIONS, and many others. In 2006 Diane and her dog, Bonzer, made their Broadway debut in BUSKER ALLEY starring Glenn Close. Diane’s work with the Palo Alto Humane Society earned them a Telly Award for their video, IT'S A DOG'S DAY. Diane’s dog Crikey published a book of poetry in 2022 entitled ALL I NEED IS A TYPEWRITER & A SQUEAKY BALL. And Diane’s company, Bonzer Productions produced the fictional podcast, BIZZO'S HOLIDAY SECRET.
Kathy Mulay (Director & Scenic Designer)
As Vice President of the board at Farmers Alley Theatre, Kathy has directed 33 shows at the theatre since its inception in 2008. She has thoroughly enjoyed working with professionals from all over the country while mounting shows on our stage. She also often designs costumes and sets for her productions and is particularly proud of the abstract set design for this production. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Diane Wasnak on this production, whose own life as a mime and circus performer is incredibly interesting. Kathy has been honored with Wilde Award nominations (celebrating theatre in the State of Michigan) for her productions of THE SECRET GARDEN, COLLECTED STORIES, NEXT TO NORMAL, THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, and PARADE. Other favorites include BRIGHT STAR, FUN HOME, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, DOGFIGHT, CABARET, and JANE EYRE. She has been honored with the Community Medal of Arts Award for her many years of theatrical direction and her work bringing bringing area premieres to the community. She has directed numerous shows for the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, her most recent being MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS. Most of Kathy’s career has been dedicated to educating young theatrical artists as Managing Director of the Civic Summer Theatre for 18 summers as well as teaching and directing students at Loy Norrix and Portage Central High Schools. She has prided herself on challenging those young artists with area premieres of LES MISERABLES, MISS SAIGON, RAGTIME, HAIRSPRAY, THE SECRET GARDEN, ALL SHOOK UP, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, and THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Loving memories of husband John Mulay who was always the wind beneath her wings.
Roger W. Burleigh* (he/him) (Stage Manager)
Roger is excited to be in his 10th season as Farmers Alley Theatre's Equity Stage Manager. Roger started his theatre journey in second grade and has been traveling that road ever since. Both as an actor and technician, Roger has graced many stages throughout the area, and has been at Farmers Alley since season two. Some of his favorites in recent years are NEXT TO NORMAL, THE PRODUCERS, DOGFIGHT, THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES: DREAM ON, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, MURDER FOR TWO, and THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. Roger would like to thank his family and educators who got him hooked on live theatre. There is nothing quite like experiencing a live production with a live audience. Proud member of Actors Equity Association.
Mike Borzkowski (he/him) (Technical Director)
Mike is in his second season as Farmers Alley Theatre’s full time technical director. Born and raised in Kalamazoo, Mike has spent the last decade bouncing around various tech and production roles at many theatres in the area including Miller Auditorium, Chenery Auditorium, Farmers Alley Theatre and more. Specializing in taking things apart, but not necessarily putting them back together, Mike is excited to take on unique challenges and opportunities as Farmers Alley’s Technical Director for the 2022-23 season.
Savannah Draper (she/her) (Prop Design & Scenic Painter)
Savannah previously served as Prop Designer for THE GREAT LEAP, A SWINGING CHRISTMAS: THE HOLIDAY MUSIC OF TONY BENNETT, A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, BRIGHT STAR, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY, AVENUE Q, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, A DOLL'S HOUSE PART 2, THE PRODUCERS, LIBERACE!, IT'S ONLY A PLAY, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, and HONKY TONK ANGELS. A Kalamazoo native, Savannah has spent the last few years working as a freelance designer, stage manager and technician throughout Michigan, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Prior to her travels she was the Stage Management Associate for the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre and Props Designer for Millbrook Playhouse. Savannah is thrilled to be able to call Farmers Alley her forever theatre home and is grateful to all who have helped her along her theatrical journey.
Carter Furland (he/him) (Sound Design)
Carter graduated from Western Governers University with a BBA in IT Business Management and currently works full-time as an AV System Engineer for a local casino. His production company, CF Productions, works in the community doing live sound, event production, as well as photography and video services. Carter not only designs and runs sound for Farmers Alley Theater but is also the Technical Director at the Franke Center for the Arts in Marshall.
Steve Hodges (he/him) (Hair/Wig Design)
Steve has been our very talented Wig Master for our productions of A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, BRIGHT STAR, THE REVOLUTIONISTS, LOST IN YONKERS, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY, NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED, CAMELOT, FUN HOME, MARVELOUS WONDERETTES: DREAM ON, A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2, BEYOND THE RAINBOW, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, and THE PRODUCERS. Steve’s talent was also on display during our productions of HONKY TONK ANGELS, GYPSY, IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, THE ANDREWS BROTHERS, 1776, and FANCY NANCY. He also been featured on the Farmers Alley stage as an actor in THE SPITFIRE GRILL, A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, and 1776. Steve is also a valued volunteer who often serves as our House Manager on show nights. “Thank you to Farmers Alley Theatre for giving me the opportunity to grow in this artistic endeavor.”
Christopher Mahlmann (he/him) (Projection Design)
Christopher is the technical director for Grand Valley State University and a freelance projection and media designer for the performing arts in West Michigan. He has designed projection and media for Grand Valley State University, Heritage Theatre, Cassell Dance, Mason Street Warehouse, and the Miss Michigan Pageant. He is delighted to be working with Farmers Alley again, having previously done projections for A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER.
Cory Kalkowski (he/him) (Lighting Design)
Cory graduated from Western Michigan University in 2015 with a BFA in lighting design and production. He has toured with JERSEY BOYS and ELF ON THE SHELF as a head electrician. Having been a Production Electrician for two major national tours he now is giving back to the community some of his knowledge in large-format productions.
Nicole Peckens (she/her) (Costume Design)
This marks Nicole's seventh production with Farmers Alley, and her first season as Resident Costumer. Her resume includes a wide variety of film and theatre from the historic outdoor drama THE LOST COLONY, "My Brother, My Brother, and Me," and such iconic shows as THE TOXIC AVENGER, AVENUE Q, THE PRODUCERS, MARAT/SADE, and THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. She received her MFA in Costume Technology from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and her BFA in Costume Design From Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. She sends a thank you to her mother, her husband Murdoc, her Partner in Mischief, and her furlings for their love and support to keep her sane.
Ricky DeVore (he/him) (Asst. Stage Manager)
Ricky is an incoming transfer student to Western Michigan University where he intends to study theatre. From Battle Creek, this is his second involvement with Farmer’s Alley Theatre, having been a spotlight operator for A SWINGING CHRISTMAS: THE HOLIDAY MUSIC OF TONY BENNETT this season. He has performed in many various community theatre productions all over SW Michigan throughout the last decade.
Marcia Smith (she/her) and Tom Smith (he/him) (Wardrobe Support)
Marcia and Tom are long-time supporters of theater in the Kalamazoo area. Natives of Kalamazoo/Portage both were involved with their respective high school’s theater and music programs. They continued to support Portage Northern’s Drama and Music Departments when their children, Jennifer and Adam, were students there. Marcia was the Box Office Manager for 24 years and Tom lent his construction expertise backstage. Marcia was also a familiar face in her role as Assistant to the Directors for the musicals at Mattawan High School for 15 years. Together they have volunteered at Farmers Alley Theater since Season 1 and have assisted with the costumes for all productions since Season 8.
David Knewston (he/him) (Master Electrician)
This is David's first season as the Master Electrician for Farmer's Alley after starting as a volunteer last year. He has taken the opportunity here to grow more connected with his late father by doing something they both shared a passion for - helping others tell stories. David's day job is leading a team of systems analysts at Streamline Healthcare Solutions.
*Proud Member of Actors Equity
Actors' Equity Association (“Equity"), founded in 1913, is the U.S. labor union that represents more than 51,000 professional Actors and Stage Managers. Equity fosters the art of live theatre as an essential component of society and advances the careers of its members by negotiating wages, improving working conditions and providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Actors' Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions.




2022-2023 Supporters

Farmers Alley Theatre profoundly thanks all the following supporters for their generous contributions from 2/24/22 to 2/24/23

VISIONARY Jacqueline Corak
Anonymous Paul and Judy Davidoff
DeMent and Marquardt Linda Diller
Irving S. Gilmore Foundation Deborah Dingwall
First National Bank of Michigan Charitable Fund Douglas and Son Inc.
Jack and Andy Hopkins Glen and Greeta Douglass
David Isaacson Gayle Finder
Keyser Insurance Gay Frew
Morrison Jewelers Stephen Friedman
The Marvin and Rosalie Okun Family Foundation Beverly Gahan
Suzanne U D Parish Foundation John Geisler
Peregrine Don Goodling
Diane S. Robertson Lori Hatfield
Shubert Foundation Catherine Henze
Margaret (Peg) Small Ed and Ginnie Hessler
Tyler Little Foundation Ralph M. Hodges
Harold and Grace Upjohn Foundation Tony Holewinski
Willams Capital Management Doug and Sue Hoopingarner
Zhang Financial, Inc. Katherine Houston
  Judy Imanse
EXECUTIVE Jeanette and Wayne Johnson
Nancy Ford Charles Thomas Kaiser
Bob and Patti Huiskamp Elizabeth Kellogg
Kalamazoo Promise Mary Kinney
Bill and Jeannette Maxey Andrew and Pamela Knight
Mickey McDonald and Timothy Aaron Sue E. Kovach
Mary Meagher and John Hock Blaine and Bobbie Lam
Kathy Mulay Ann Lamble
Art Nemitz Anne Laurence
Rose Street Advisors David and Amy Lehr
Joshua and Pamela Weiner Mark Kraai and Linda Lesniak
  Judith Loudin
PRODUCER Brian Smith and Maria Maki
Tom and Carol Beech Michael and Mary Ann March
Dominic and Barbara Court Family Fund for Dramatic Arts Bob and Barb McCall
Sam and Shon Field Michael and Barbara McMann
Alfred Garcia and Sandra Edwards Mary Miyagawa
Linda Harrington Melissa Napier
Imperial Beverage Vicki Nelson
Kalamazoo Growlers Kay and Ann Perry
Dori Kunkle Doug and Pam Phillips
Shayne and Kevin Plemmons Michael and Lisa Phillips
Jeff K Ross Financial Don and Jeri Price
Michael and Laurel Scheidt Kathleen Rabbers
Michael and Sharon Seelye Bonnie and David Riddle
Jim and Betsy Sell Rick and Carol Riddle-Wallus
Southern Michigan Bank and Trust Jill Rozanoff
Adam and Allison Weiner Martha Schinderle
Weissert and Kakabeeke Retirement and Wealth Management Tim and Judy Shank
D. Terry and Sharon Williams Luanne and Edward St. Peter
  Tim and Janet Thieme
Phil Borozan and Kim Marineau Bob and Linda Van Dis
Samuel and Carole Cupps Jan Versaw
David and Valerie Flagler Frances and Von Washington Sr.
Don Flesche Theresa Weiss
Jerrold T. French Katie Winner-Weitzel and John Weitzel
Sandra Gagie Jennifer Westerman
Carol Haenicke John and Mary Whyte
Bob and Becky Kramer Ron and Ruth Wiser
Alan and Rhonda Messinger Maggie and Eric Zahrai
Maggie Mosby Tim and Judy Shank
Charles and Laurel Ofstein  
Pfizer, Inc. FAN
Sandra Sims and Benjamin Maxey Lisa Abbott and Atis Kleinbergs
Tim and Tammy Timmons Sarah Aiello
Elizabeth Upjohn Mason Rick Allen
Martin and Katy Velten Jollie Allen
Liz Walker Robert Allison
Phyllis Westerman Micah Arce
  Onur Arugaslan
Andrew and Lisa Ambrosio Tammy Bailey
Steven and Kathy Barry Delia M Baker
Chris Beaver Cheryl Balmer
Martha Beverly Doris Beck
Gregor and Sandy Blix Lorie Beckman
Rena Brooks Nicholas Behnke
James and Carol Carter Rebecca Bigelow
Christine K. Castle Scott Bjerke
Michael Clark Diane Boley
Lou and Helen Coleman Gregg and Carol Bradley
Robert and Nancy Cretsinger William Bray
Carl Doerschler Melinda Brennan
Gregory Elfring Arthur Brill
James Escamilla and Brenda Longman Katherine Brinklow
Gary and Ann Fergemann Frederick Brown
Anne Fischell Cary E Brubaker
Gary and Stephanie Giguere Sidney Brush
Geoffrey and Beverly Grambau Eileen and Michael Burke
Daniel Guyette Nora Bushman
Al and Kris Hovestadt Delia Campos
James and Kathy Justen Heidi Cavanagh
Jim Keeler and Merry Ellen Eason Kyle Centers
Dave and Deb Keenan Colleen Centers
Alice and Mike Kemerling Jeannie Claus
Bill and Sue Kovats Kathryn Cole
Kay Lennon Veronica Cunningham
Paul and Cathy Mejia Bonnie Dalton
Bill Pierce and Ann Paulson Donald Dangler
Howard and Georgia Potrude Jim and Mary Ann Dechnik
Arthur and Janet Riley Steve and Marlene Denenfeld
Jane Schley Frances Denny
Jacob Schupan Linda Derfiny
Ron and Margaret Strezelecki Ken Dettloff
Bob and Pat Terwilliger Amber Dixon
Dick and Chris Thomas Danna Downing
Stephen and Irene Trivers Jan Drake
Bo and Mel VanPeenan Jim Keeler and Merry Ellen Eason
John and Jean Wiler Carol Eddy
Nik Zumburs Michael Ehlers
  Jeffrey Elliott
SUPPORTING Sarah Engstrom
Dennis and Susan Hollar Kitty Fishman
Cornell and Julie Abod Rebecca Fonner
Christine Albertini Angela Forgey
Julie Andersen-Zelnis David Fransen and Jennifer Smith
Anne Anderson Joyce Gadola
Jennifer Arvanigian Roy Geiger
Gary and Nancy Ausema Sharon Gleeson
David and Sandy Badt Global Clinical Connections
Harol Ballen Dianne Gorsuch
Sherry Bate Bobbie and Shel Green
Robert and Judith Beam John Griesbach
Charles and Mary Ann Birch Gary Griffin
Harry and Mary Bird Jessica Gulley
Donna and James Bishop Jan Guszynski
Byrl and Mary Bowman Monique Haley
Donald Bremer Ron and Molly Hamilton
Bruce and Cheryl Briney Patrick Hanlin
Faith A. Burleigh Mary Ellen Harris
Mervin and Kay Burtis Jim Hayes
Carol Coverly Jay and Dianne Heckler
Ted and Stacy Dent Jeff and Sue Henshaw
David and Susan Doan Brad Hershbein
James and Pat Dolan Jeanne Hess
Bob and Mary Doud Shannon Hill
Thomas Drinan James and Kathryn Hillenbrand
Scott and Kathy Everett Hal Hobson-Morse
Molly Fairbanks William Hokanson
Lisa Falk Donald Horner
Greg and Ann Feldmeier Phillip Horwich
John Fink and Zaide Pixley Mark Hosking
Marian Fisher Madeline Isch
David Ford Heather Isch
Pamela Fox Obed Kathy Jepson
Robert and Marilyn Geil Carmen Jonaitis
Ed and Nan Goldenthal Tim Judy
Janet Gover Michael Jutila
Robert Poats and Janet Green Jon and Kitty Kachniewicz
Bruce and Jeanne Grubb James Karle
Dan and Barbara Gustin Michael Keim
Tim and Debra Hanna Deborah and Michael Killarney
Mary and Jim Heaton Jim Knapp
Dennis and Susan Hollar Barbara Kreuzer
John and Peggy Hopkins Erik Krogh
Robert and Lynn Horton Asmita Kulkarni
E. Heather Ingram Seth Langsam
Stephen and Kathy Jepson Kathleen Ledger
Judy Jolliffe Jonathon Linsenman
Linda Kanamueller Adriane Little
Joan Khaled David Lucio
Martha King Thomas Lundquist
Richard and Patricia Kirschner Kevin Maher
Susan Knox Debra Mancuso
Peter Kobrak Mary Jane Mapes
Karen Kruse Shaun Martin
Ken and Sue Kuchenreuther Tiffany McCafferty
Nelly Kurzmann Lynda McKinnon
Kerry Lake and Paul Arkinstall Craig and Kim Melvin
Norm and Bonnie Langeland James and Donna Menchinger
Wayne and Toni Leblong Katerina Mikhailova
Robert and Joyce Leppard Charles Miller
Mark and Pam Liberacki Theresa Mills
Ken and Paula Manley Megan Moloney
Charlene and Peter Marsiglia Alycia Morelli
Sue Ann Mater Michael Morris
Prudence McCabe Carol Moshier
Dennis and Jan McNally Kenneth Newby
Lynne Meek Judith Oliver
Jamie and Amy Melvin Travis Olsen
Ralph and Jeanette Meyer Pamela Parise
Robert and Shelagh Miller Bruce Parmelee
Julia Minar Herbert Pearson
Scott and Heather Moore Elizabeth Peot
Charles Nelson James Perkins
Eric and Melanie Oudsema Pamela Phillips
Mary Oudsema Will Pierce
Barbara Page and Roger Prior Natalia Pinto
Timothy and Louann Palmer Douglas Plaut
Don and Ann Parfet Eric W Pott
Emily Parfet Michael Powell
Donna Parr Rolland Preuss
Martha Poolman Martha Ream
Thomas and Linda Powell Mary Ann Rebert
Richard and Sherry Ramsdell Nancy Repp
Barbara Ray Stephen Rodia
Arlene Reitz Elizabeth Rohs
Dale and Ethel Resh Linda Schell
Thomson Reuters Laurie Schmidt
Jim and Diane Rikkers Diane Schuldt
Barry and Jane Ross Samuel Sedlecky
Edward and Jan Sackley Pamela Simon
Ardith Sarkozy Jayla Smith
Laurel Hyames Sayre Barbara Soda
Janette Schoenherr Sons of Norway - Askeladden Lodge
Dan and Sherry Schupan Kristine Sorensen
David and Susan Sheldon Daniel Steffler
Jim Sholl Emily Stewart
Joellen Silberman Lyda Stillwell
Jerry and Judy Sivak Jacob Sumner
Daniel Smith and Jeanette Greselin Gary Swartz
Renee Smith Jezaniah Tena
Jochanan and Mabel Stenesh Samantha Turner
Baiba Stepe Vicki Vanas
Richard Schmiege and Jan Stoner Joy Veltkamp
Jon and Jane Streeter David and Linda Wagner
Linda Taylor Nancy Walker
Jim and Marcie Telfer Joe and Holly Walls
John and Linnaea Thomas Leah Walters
Grace Tiffnay Barbara E. Walters
Jerry Tilmann and Gary Steiner Judy Walters
Bill and Susan VanDis Janet Ward
Paul and Karen Vellom John Weaver
Marilyn Vineyard Teri Weese
Wanda Wallis Cathie Weir
Pamela West Bill White
Donald and Mel White Jodi Wiersma
Henry and Ellen Winter Kelly Wietfeldt
Frank and Janet Wolf Jeannie Woelfel
Christina Woytal Robert Woleben
  Clarence Worden
ENSEMBLE Raoul and JoAnn Yochim
Richard and Barbara Baker Laurie Young
Terese Banner Paulo Zagalo-Melo
Benny DiCarta's, LLC Laura Zervic
Steven and Nancy Bielak Joellen Zimmerman
Carol Black  
Marilyn Breu IN-KIND
Duane and Betty Brown Gregg and Carol Bradley
Phillip and Virginia Caruso Food Dance Cafe
Dennis and Carol Chandler Sarkozy Bakery
Frank and Shirley Cody Ty's Joint


Special Thanks

Stephen Nachamie
Stacy Bartell
Tony Holewinski
Julie Nemitz
Cameron Taylor
Trevor and Jack Stefanik
Zhanna Albertini
Hayden Lane-Davies
Savannah Draper
Judy Sarkozy, Alec Wells, and everyone at Sarkozy Bakery and Café
Becky Klose/Klose2U Photography
Paul Stroili/Touchstone GraphicDesign
Steve Brubaker/Twenty20 Productions
Laurie McDonald/Allegra Creative Marketing Group