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A Swinging Christmas

The Holiday Music of Tony Bennett

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A Swinging Christmas is licensed by special arrangement with Summerwind Productions, LLC, Box 430, Windsor, CO 80550


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Welcome to the world premiere of A Swinging Christmas: The Holiday Music of Tony Bennett! We are so excited to keep our 15th anniversary season celebration going with this special production that features the music of legendary American music icon, Tony Bennett.

For this monumental show, we have assembled a tremendous group of artists to make sure everything looks and sounds amazing. And on top of that, we are collaborating with the creators of the show to bring it to vivid life. World premieres are rare and you are a part of one. How cool is that? And although it’s cold outside, it is warm in here. In fact, we want you to feel that warmth in so many ways: our coffee and cocktails will literally warm you up, and then let our show warm your heart and soul and put a smile on your face. We hope that you truly feel like part of the Farmers Alley family. Our hearts are warm because we are grateful to have such loyal, supportive, and generous patrons like you. 

The theatrical exhilaration will continue in 2023 with two new plays on our main stage, a concert in collaboration with the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra and then, the entire town is buzzing with excitement about our summer production of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical RENT.  We do this for you so thanks for being here and please continue to join us for the warmth. Join us for the excitement. Join us for the magic of live theatre…together.

Jeremy Koch — Managing Artistic Director


Welcome to the world premiere of A Swinging Christmas: The Holiday Music of Tony Bennett! Tonight, we are proud to celebrate the legendary Tony Bennett through the music he loved, performed, and recorded for nearly eight decades.

Our primary goal in creating this musical was to immerse and entertain you through Bennett’s own words, often taken directly from his autobiographies/interviews and then layering that information on top of the remarkable variety of music he sang, touched and influenced. Our ultimate goal was to create a holiday themed musical that would take our audiences deeper into the “essence” of Tony Bennett the man, the singer, and the creative artist, while never making a direct attempt to impersonate Bennett himself.

It is no secret that Tony loved the holidays and recording holiday music. His musical passion for singing jazz or swing music was always fueled further by performing with great artists such as the Count Basie Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, or Duke Ellington.

So, when Todd Olson and I pitched our new Bennett project to our musical arranger Vince di Mura, we asked specifically for two things. First, we needed a piano score that would swing hard. Second, we wanted to pay special tribute to Bennett’s love of jazz music in the vocal arrangements. I think you will agree that he delivered on both counts!

Finally, on a personal note, I want to express my sincere appreciation to everyone connected with Farmers Alley Theatre for allowing me the opportunity to return to my old theatrical stomping grounds of the 1980s to share this world premiere with Kalamazoo audiences. I have missed you and it is nice to be home again! Enjoy!

David Grapes – Co-Creator and Production Director

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

Song List


Overture — Nicholas Mueller Trio

Opening Set
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear — Cast
We Wish You a Merry Christmas — Cast
This Could be the Start of Something Big — Cast

Christmas Duets
Oh! Christmas Tree — Cast
Toyland — Cast
Deck the Halls — Cast
Santa Claus is Coming to Town — Cast

Bennett Standards
Fly Me to the Moon — Tony Perry
Boulevard of Broken Dreams — Paul Castree and Tony Perry
Every Day I Have the Blues — Michelle Duffy and Tony Perry
Lullaby of Broadway — Cast

Christmas in New York
Christmas in Herald Square — Cast
Snowfall — Cast
We Wish You a Merry Christmas — Cast
Silent Night — Cast

Let’s Swing
The Best is Yet to Come — Missy Karle and Cast
With Plenty of Money and You — Paul Castree
Sing You Sinners — Cast
It Don’t Mean a Thing — Cast


Entr’acte — Nicholas Mueller Trio

Songs by the Fire
Christmasland — Cast
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas — Cast
I’ll Be Home for Christmas — Cast

The Duets
The Good Life Michelle Duffy and Missy Karle
Make Someone Happy — Tony Perry
Because of You — Paul Castree and Missy Karle
Let the Good Times Roll — Paul Castree and Tony Perry
Lush Life — Michelle Duffy

Christmas Part 2
Hark the Herald Angels Sing — Cast
A Child is Born Missy Karle
Silver Bells — Michelle Duffy and Missy Karle
Winter Wonderland — Cast

Let’s Swing Home
I Wanna Be Around — Paul Castree and Tony Perry
I Can’t Give You Anything but Love — Michelle Duffy and Missy Karle
Rags to Riches — Cast
I’ll Be Home for Christmas — Cast

I Left My Heart in San Francisco — Cast




Michelle Duffy* (she/her)

Tony Perry* (he/him)

Paul Castree* (he/him)

Missy Karle* (she/her)

Ava Schmidt (she/her)

Theodore Huff (he/him)


Creative Team

David Grapes^ (he/him)

Nicholas Mueller (he/him)

Music Director
Jeremy Blair (he/him)

Roger W. Burleigh* (he/him)

Stage Manager
Samantha Snow (she/her)

Scenic Design
Jason Frink (he/him)

Lighting Design
Tony Mitchell (he/him)

Sound Design
Savannah Draper (she/her)

Prop Design & Scenic Painter
Nicole Peckens (she/her)

Costume Design
Mike Borzkowski (he/him)

Technical Director
Neal Lensenmayer (he/they)

Jude Fleischman (he/him)

Eric Busch (he/him)

Substitute Percussion
Brian Panse (he/him)

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

Wardrobe Support
Michael Bruno

Head Carpenter
David Knewston (he/him)

Master Electrician
*Proud Member of Actors Equity


Roger W. Burleigh (he/him)

Light Board Operator
Carter Furland (he/him)

Sound Board Operator
Brian Panse (he/him)

Floor Crew
Ricky DeVore (he/him)

Spotlight Operator
Toni King (she/her)

Spotlight Operator
Jan Campbell (she/her)

Spotlight Operator
Jaycee Myner (she/her)

Spotlight Operator


Nicholas Mueller (he/him)

Jude Fleischman (he/him)

Neal Lensenmayer (he/they)

 Eric Busch (he/him)

Substitute Drums/Percussion

Meet the Company

Michelle Duffy* (she/her) (Michelle)
Michelle is deeply happy and grateful to return to Farmers Alley and Kalamazoo after two previous beautiful experiences here: playing Alice in BRIGHT STAR last summer and Diana in NEXT TO NORMAL a few years ago. Her 30+ year career has taken her around the globe from Broadway and off-Broadway in NYC to major regional houses throughout the US and all over the California coast; on 3 high seas and in huge theaters in the UK, Vienna, and Japan; and into folks’ homes on tv screens and indie movie houses on bigger ones. After over two years of so many challenges and losses, she feels so blessed to have this opportunity to sing these classics and celebrate the holidays by bringing a new show into the world of theater with some of her favorite theater people in the world. For Joe, Laurel, Dot, Jane, and Richard ❤️
Tony Perry* (he/him) (Tony)
Tony Perry is an actor, singer-songwriter and voiceover artist. He is thrilled to be back at Farmers Alley Theatre! He’s been seen on the New York stage in the US premiere of Murray Schisgal’s 74 GEORGIA AVE., which was performed in English and Yiddish; CAROLINE, OR CHANGE; Leslie Lee and Charles Strouse’s MARTIN: A NEW BEGINNING; BASTARD JONES; RAISIN; ALLEGRO; MORE THAN ALL THE WORLD; REPO: THE GENETIC OPERA; CROSS THAT RIVER, and THE BONUS ARMY. Regional: Jim Conley in PARADE; Inspector Lestrade in THE REMARKABLE MISTER HOLMES; Big Moe in FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE, Ken in AIN'T MISBEHAVIN, Riff Raff in THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, Parchester in ME AND MY GIRL, and Jim in BIG RIVER. Voice work: “Pause with Sam Jay,” “The Captain Punishment Adventure Hour.” Film: “Mickey.” Three CDs and various singles available on iTunes and most streaming services. SAG-AFTRA, AEA.
Paul Castree* (he/him) (Paul)
Paul is happy to be back in Kalamazoo where he last appeared as Max/Maxine in the Farmers Alley Theatre 2017 production of THE ANDREWS BROTHERS. Paul began his career playing Harvey Johnson in the national tour of BYE BYE BIRDIE, starring Tommy Tune and Ann Reinking. On Broadway, Paul was an original cast member of DISASTER!, 9 TO 5, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, HIGH FIDELITY, ALL SHOOK UP, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, FOOTLOOSE, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, and GREASE!, and was the lead vocalist stand-by for MOVIN' OUT. National Tours: Andy Blankenbuehler’s JOSEPH...DREAMCOAT, and 9 TO 5. He was Jinx in the Off Broadway, Los Angeles and Toronto productions of FOREVER PLAID for which he received the L.A. Ovation award, and Canada's Dora award. New York City Opera: THE MOST HAPPY FELLA. Recordings: Seven original cast albums, the Grammy nominated Actors Fund concerts of DREAMGIRLS and HAIR, and Broadway For Orlando’s recording of WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE. Most recently, Paul was featured in the workshop of WATER FOR ELEPHANTS, which will have its world premier in Spring of 2023 in Atlanta.
Missy Karle* (she/her) (Missy)
Missy is delighted to return to Farmers Alley Theatre, and her home state to participate in the World Premiere of A SWINGING CHRISTMAS: THE HOLIDAY MUSIC OF TONY BENNETT. Missy was last seen at Farmers Alley as Missy in THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES: DREAM ON and Rebecca Steinberg in IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU. Tour: THE MAN IN BLACK SHOW (US & Canada) Regional: IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU (STAGES St. Louis), THE FROG PRINCE CONTINUED (Emerald City Theatre), CINDERELLA (Broadway Playhouse), SMOKEY JOE'S CAFÉ (Open Door Repertory), BRIGADOON (Music by the Lake), THE WIZARD OF OZ (Emerald City Theatre). NYC: RSO AT THE BEECHMAN (The Laurie Beechman NYC) ACTOR THERAPY (Feinstein’s 54 Below). LA: ENCORE – BROADWAY AT THE BOURBON ROOM (The Bourbon Room). BFA Musical Theatre – Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Missy would like to dedicate this performance to her father, Jim Karle. Thank you for all the love and support you have shown me through the ups and downs of life and my career. I owe everything to you. Represented by Shirley Hamilton Inc.
Ava Schmidt (she/her) (Understudy)
Ava is thrilled to be back at Farmers Alley Theatre after her role in BRIGHT STAR this summer! Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she has been in numerous productions at the Muny, working with Gordon Greenberg, Dan Knechtges, Kathleen Marshall, and Jon Rua. She has also performed at the Clinton Area Showboat, portraying the roles of Dee-Lee in SMOKEY JOE'S CAFÉ, Sandra in ALL SHOOK UP, and Signe in CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES. Ava has graduated with her BA in Dance, BA in Spanish, and BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University, but she’s not done yet! In December, she will graduate with her MA in Hispanic Studies before moving to NYC. Love to Michael and the entire Farmer’s Alley team!
Theodore Huff (he/him) (Understudy)
Theodore is delighted to be making his debut with Farmers Alley Theatre! Theodore is originally from Traverse City, Michigan and is attending Western Michigan University. He recently played Luke in THE LIGHTNING THIEF at Western Michigan University, and Riff Raff in the ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW Shadow Cast at the Kalamazoo State Theatre. He is currently a musical theatre performance major at Western Michigan University. In his free time, Theodore likes to backpack in places such as North Manitou Island and the Teton mountains. He would like to thank his dad, Steve, and his mom, Diane, for supporting his journey as a theatre artist.
David Grapes^ (he/him) (Director/Co-Creator)
David Grapes II is an Emeritus Professor of Theatre at the University of Northern Colorado, where he served as the Founding Director of the School of Theatre Arts and Dance and Producing Artistic Director for The Little Theatre of the Rockies during his 15-year tenure. An award-winning director, actor, drama critic and playwright, David has provided administrative and artistic leadership for a wide variety of theatrical institutions including two professional regional (LORT) theatre companies. He also served as Associate Director of the Kalamazoo Civic players from 1983 to 1990. An active member of SDC and AEA his work as a stage director (250+ productions) and actor has been seen at major regional theatres across the United States. As a DGA member, David is the creator or co-creator of nine original musical revues, six plays and numerous adaptations (, which have enjoyed over 500 productions worldwide. David holds a BA from Glenville State College and an MFA in Acting/Directing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In 2021 he was inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre. ^proud member of Society of Directors and Choreographers
Nicholas Mueller (he/him) (Music Director)
Nicholas Mueller is a musical explorer of the highest caliber. As a pianist, songwriter, vocalist, and creative director based out of New York City, Nicholas’ background in music ranges the gamut — from hard-hitting jazz to musical theatre, heavy rock to vocal ensembles both large and small, he has over 15 years experience as a professional performer; actor, vocalist and pianist. Nicholas originally hails from Kalamazoo. He graduated from Western Michigan University in jazz piano performance and directed Gold Company II from 2013-2015, during which time he also arranged for voices and sang tenor in the vocal jazz quartet Four Corners. Nicholas is happy to return to Farmers Alley Theatre after having performed in the pit orchestras for THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL, DOGFIGHT, TITLE OF SHOW, and on-stage as an actor in the award-winning production of OLD WICKED SONGS. In NYC, Nicholas has been the leader of a free jazz project called Film Play, played in jazz venues across Manhattan and Brooklyn, and is currently working on his fourth full-length album as a singer-songwriter.
Jeremy Blair (he/him) (Choreographer)
Jeremy Blair is a choreographer, performer, and educator based in Kalamazoo, MI. His creative research explores social-vernacular dance, jazz dance pedagogy, and queer representation in dance. His choreography has been presented at Jacob’s Pillow, NY City Center, Gibney, Harris Theatre, and other venues throughout the United States. Jeremy has performed with Thodos Dance Chicago, Lucky Plush Productions, Chicago Moving Company, Khecari Dance Theatre, Aerial Dance Chicago, and with Friches Theatre Urbaine in Paris. Jeremy received an MFA in choreography from the University of Iowa and a BA in theatre from Millikin University. Jeremy currently is an Assistant Professor of Dance at Western Michigan University and is a 500-hour registered Hatha yoga teacher.
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.
Samantha Snow (she/her) (Scenic Design)
Samantha Snow graduated in 2016 with a BFA in Technical Theatre & Design from Western Michigan University with a focus in scenic design. Since graduating Snow has worked for various companies and schools in the community including The Barn Theatre, Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers, The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, and Portage Central Theatre. Currently Snow works as the Gull Lake Center for the Fine Arts manager.
Jason Frink (he/him) (Lighting Design)
Jason has designed throughout West Michigan including Portage Central High School, WMU, The Kalamazoo Civic, and the Michigan Shakespeare Festival. Some of his favorite lighting credits include LES MISÉRABLES, TOMMY, and BLOOD BROTHERS. He was awarded the Sutton Foster Ovation Award for his lighting design for BIG FISH and was nominated for a Wilde Award for his work on THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. His design work was also recently seen in the State Champion productions of URINETOWN and ANASTASIA. Jason's work at Farmers Alley includes designs for THE REVOLUTIONISTS, MURDER FOR TWO, THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES: DREAM ON, LIBERACE, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, SPAMALOT, FOREVER PLAID, AND THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND, [TITLE OF SHOW], I LOVE A PIANO, and MY WAY: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO FRANK SINATRA. Originally from Pittsburgh, Jason has been designing professionally for 30 years and is currently the International Baccalaureate Coordinator at Portage Central High School.
Tony Mitchell (he/him) (Sound Design)
Tony graduated from Western Michigan University with a BS in Multi-Media Arts & Technology and creates audio & video content with the art community and businesses with his production company, Texture House. Tony is also the lead sound designer for Farmers Alley Theatre and band leader for his “Indie Soul” band Basic Comfort.
Savannah Draper (she/her) (Prop Design & Scenic Painter)
Savannah previously served as Prop Designer for 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.
Nicole Peckens (she/her) (Costume Design)
This marks Nicole's fifth 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.
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.
Neal Lensenmayer (he/they) (Bass)
Merely the latest in a long line of performing Lensenmayers, Neal is a transplant from Williamsburg, Virginia. He came to Kalamazoo to obtain his Music Performance degree from Western Michigan University, where he studied with Tom Knific and Dr. Michael Hovnanian. Taking a ‘Master of None’ approach to music, he has performed in a number of ensembles and genres, ranging from Country music, to fusion jazz, to acoustic duo performance. He is currently living his childhood dream by performing in theatres all over south-east Michigan.
Jude Fleischman (he/him) (Percussion)
Jude Fleischman (Drums) is currently in his third year pursuing a Jazz Studies degree at Western Michigan University. In addition to working with WMU ensembles and faculty, he has performed with many groovy artists and groups including Wayne Bergeron, The New York Voices, Rosana Eckert, Sharel Cassity, Ali Jackson, and säje. In the theatrical world, Jude has been heard in other Farmer’s Alley productions such as SANDY BREMER: YOU'D NEVER BELIEVE IT and A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, and recently played in THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW at The Barn Theatre.
Eric Busch (he/him) (Substitute Percussion)
Eric Busch is a board-certified music therapist and professional musician originally from the Detroit area, now residing in Dorr with his wife, Kaitlin, and their one-year-old son, Ezra. For the past 13 years, including when he was completing his Bachelor of Music and Music Therapy from Western Michigan University, Eric has been routinely performing as a drummer in several West Michigan bands; playing at music festivals, small venues, private events, and restaurants with live music. Additionally, Eric has played on numerous studio recordings, released three studio albums with various bands, has experience in his home studio with music technology as a hobby, and teaches drum set privately.
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.
*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.


Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

Photo: Kat Mumma/VDA Productions

A Swinging Christmas Trailer 1




Adam and Brittin Schumaker Joy Veltkamp
Adriane Little Joyce Leppard
Al and Kris Hovestadt Judith Loudin
Alan Messinger Judith Oliver
Alexander and Ann Lipsey Judy Imanse
Alfred Garcia and Sandra Edwards Judy Jolliffe
Alice Asmus Julia Minar
Amber Dixon Julie Andersen-Zelnis
Andrew and Lisa Ambrosio Justin Davies
Ann Wuerthele Karen Kruse
Anne Fischell Katerina Mikhailova
Anne Grandstaff Katherine Houston
Anne Laurence Katherine Richard
Anne Okon Kathleen Kachniewicz
Anton Iskerskiy Kathleen Rabbers
Arnie and Debby Johnston Kathryn Cole
Art Nemitz Kathryn Hillenbrand
Baiba Stepe Kathy Jepson
Barbara and George Sagara Kathy Mulay
Barbara Kreuzer Katie Winner-Weitzel and John Weitzel
Barbara Page and Roger Prior Kay and Ann Perry
Barbara Ray Kay Lennon
Barbara Redmond Kaye Bennett
Barbara Walters Ken and Paula Manley
Barry Ross Ken and Sue Kuchenreuther
Becky and Bob Klose Kenneth Newby
Becky Moise Kim Boysen & Lou Price
Beverly Gahan Kimberly Melvin
Beverly Grambau Kristina Steinman
Beverly J. Buel Kyle Schmitt
Bill and Denise Clegg Lanny and Barbara Potts
Bill and Kathy Oudsema Larry and Cindy Beer
Bill Kovats Laura Wiercioch
Bill White Laurel Hyames Sayre
Bo Van Peenan and Mel VanPeenan Laurie Young
Bob and Marty Boughner Len and Jan Schoenherr
Bob and Pat Terwilliger Linda Dan
Bob and Toni Kowalski Linda Derfiny
Bob Marty Linda Diller
Bob Merlone Linda Harrington
Bobbe Orr Linda Kanamueller
Bobbie and Shel Green Linda Taylor
Bonnie Dalton Linda Teare
Brad Hershbein Lisa Abbott and Atis Kleinbergs
Brenda Miles Lou Price
Brian Smith and Maria Maki Luanne Peter
Brian W. Maxey Lydia Garcia
Brooks and Carol Simpson Lynda McKinnon
Candace Ross Lynne Meek
Carol Black Maggie Mosby
Carol Haenicke Marcie Telfer
Carol Moshier Margaret (Peg) Small
Catherine Henze Margaret Strzelecki
Cathie Weir Maria Maki
Cathy Mejia Marian Fisher
Charles and Donna Lou Ritter Marilyn Breu
Charles and Karen Barnes Marilyn Vineyard
Cheryl Balmer Mark and Ann Austin
Chris Beaver Martha Poolman
Chris and Natalie Patchell Martha Ream
Christine K. Castle Mary Ann and Erik Korgh
Christopher Schram Mary Ann Foster
Cindy and Amy Hunter Mary Birch
Cindy and Kevin Kole Mary Bowman
CJ and Ann Gianakaris Mary Doud
Cornell and Julie Abod Mary Kinney
Craig and Kim Melvin Mary Jane Mapes
D. Terry and Sharon Williams Mary Meagher
Dan and Sherry Schupan Mary Oudsema
Dan and Theresa Mills Mary Quakenbush
Dan Coyne and Linda Stieve Mary Tift
Daniel and Anne Bitzer Mary Tyler
Daniel Smith and Jeanette Greselin Megan Moloney
Danna Downing Merry Eason
Dave and Deb Keenan Mervin and Kay Burtis
David and Amy Lehr Mervin Burtis
David and Sandy Badt Michael and Barbara McMann
David and Susan Doan Michael and Laurel Scheidt
David and Susan Sheldon Michael and Mary Ann March
David Ford Michael and Sharon Seelye
David Fox and Gail Fuchs Michael and Susan Buese
David Fransen and Jennifer Smith Michael Clark
David Isaacson Michael Hardy
David Kingsley Michael Jutila
Deb Dingwall Michael Powell
Deb Killarney Michele and James Marquardt
Delores and Herman Smith Michele James
Dennis and Carol Chandler Mickey McDonald and Timothy Aaron
Dennis and Jan McNally Molly Fairbanks
Dennis and Susan Hollar Nancy Ford Charles
Diana Sackrider Nancy Repp
Diane S. Robertson Nancy Simonds
DJ and Mary Heaton Natalia Pinto
Dominic & Barbara Court Family Fund for Dramatic Arts Neil and Sandy Bremer
Don and Ann Parfet Nelly Kurzmann
Don Flesche Network for Good
Don Goodling Nicholas Fletcher
Donald and Mel White Nicholas Yelaca
Donna Parr Nik Zumburs
Dori Kunkle Nora Bushman
Doris Beck Norm and Bonnie Langeland
Doug and Karen VanDeVelde Norman and Laura Hamann
Doug and Pam Phillips Pamela Phillips
Douglas & Son Inc. Pamela West
Douglas Plaut Patti and Bob Huiskamp
Dr. Amp Paul and Cathy Mejia
E. Heather Ingram Paul and Karen Vellom
Ed and Ginnie Hessler Peter Kobrak
Ed and Nan Goldenthal Phil Borozan and Kim Marineau
Ed Kenny Phil Horwich
Edward and Jan Sackley Phillip and Virginia Caruso
Elizabeth K. Dapson Phyllis Westerman
Elizabeth Kellogg Prudence McCabe
Elizabeth Peot Ralph and Jeanette Meyer
Elizabeth Upjohn Mason Ralph M. Hodges
Ellen Arundel Rebecca Bigelow
Emily Parfet Rebecca Fonner
Emily Stewart Reed Shilts
Erfan Pirbhair Rena Brooks
Eric and Linda Brown Richard and Thelma Hall Foundation
Esther Vandecar Richard and Katherine Kinas
Faith A. Burleigh Richard Baker
Frank and Jan Hui Rick Allen
Frank and Shirley Cody Rick and Carol Riddle-Wallus
Frank Borchetta Rick and Gudrun Bailey
Gary and Anne Fergemann Robert and Judith Beam
Gary Giguere Robert and Lynn Horton
Gary Swain Robert and Marilyn Geil
Gary Swartz Robert Friede
Gayle Finder Robert Miller
George Sagara Robert Rank
Glen and Greeta Douglass Robert Woleben
Global Clinical Connections Rolland Preuss
Greg and Ann Feldmeier Ron and Margaret Strezelecki
Gregor and Sandy Blix Ron and Molly Hamilton
Gregory Elfring Ron and Ruth Wiser
Hal and Peter Hobson-Morse Ronald and Joan Molitor
Harold Ballen Ronnie and Christie Coleman
Heidi Cavanagh Roy Secor
Helen Osterwald Sally Reames
Henry and Ellen Winter Sam and Shon Field
Howard and Georgia Potrude Samuel and Carole Cupps
Inez Pochyla Sandra Sims and Benjamin Maxey
Jack and Andy Hopkins Sarah Aiello
Jack and Kathleen Campbell Sarah Engstrom
James and Carol Carter Sarah Mead
James and Donna Menchinger sarah Mead
James and Jo McIntyre Scott and Heather Moore
James and Kathy Justen Scott and Janet Nykaza
James and Pat Dolan Scott and Kathy Everett
James Escamilla and Brenda Longman Sharalyn Davis
James Jilek Shayne and Kevin Plemmons
Jamie and Amy Melvin Sherry Bate
Jan Len Shirley Wiser
Jan Sackley Shon Sam
Jane Schley Sid and Jayne Weaver
Janet Green Sidney Brush
Janet Miller Sons of Norway - Askeladden Lodge
Janet Ward Stanley and Helen Robin
Jayla Smith Stanley Helenan
Jeanette Johnson Stephen Rodia
Jeanette Meyer Steve and Marlene Denenfeld
Jeanne Hess Steven and Doris Balgoyen
Jeff and Mary Weisman Steven and Kathy Barry
Jeff and Sue Henshaw Steven Bielak
Jennifer Westerman Sue Ann Mater
Jerrold T. French Sue Kovach
Jerry and Judy Sivak Susan Hollar
Jerry Tilmann and Gary Steiner Susan Knox
Jessica Gulley Suzanne Jones
Jezaniah Tena Ted and Stacy Dent
Jill Rozanoff Teresa Goding and Drew Decorleto
Jim and Betsy Sell Terry Hluchy
Jim and Cynda Greenman Thomas and Marsha Scampini
Jim and Diane Rikkers Thomas Drinan
Jim and Joanne Smith Thomas Keizer
Jim and Judy Coleman Tim and Janet Thieme
Jim and Marcie Telfer Anonymous
Jim and Marilyn Barney Tim and Judy Shank
Jim Keeler and Merry Ellen Eason Tim Hanna
Jim Knapp Tim Judy
Jim Lancendorfer Tim Putney
Jim Marcie Tim Thieme
Joan Moore Timothy and Louann Palmer
Joanie Weaver Tinnie Randall
Jochanan and Mabel Stenesh Tobi Hanna-Davies and Hayden Lane-Davies
Joe and Sandra Gagie Tom and Carol Beech
Joellen Silberman Tom and Molly Andrews
John and Jean Wiler Tom Hagadone and Pamela Miller
John and Linda Mason Tony Holewinski
John and Linnaea Thomas Travis Olsen
John and Mary Whyte Tyler Little Foundation
John and Peggy Hopkins Veronica Cunningham
John Davies Vicki Nelson
John Fink and Zaide Pixley Vicki Vanas
John Geisler Von and Beth Washington, Jr.
John Hagen Wanda Wallis
Jollie Allen Wayne Leblong
Jon and Nancy Fitzgerald Will Pierce
Joseph Walls William and Linda Barnes
Joshua and Pamela Weiner William Mayer and Annie Fainsinger

Special Thanks

Issac “Ziggy” Middleton
Inez Pochyla
Steve Hodges
Hayden Lane-Davies
Tony Holewinski
Julie Nemitz
WL Socialhouse
Kat Mumma/VDA Productions
Becky Klose/Klose2U Photography
Paul Stroili/Touchstone GraphicDesign
Steve Brubaker/Twenty20 Productions
Laurie McDonald/Allegra Creative Marketing Group