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September/October 2016 Newsletter

Village Network of Petaluma
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Community-Support-Peace of Mind
As part of an innovative national movement, the Village Network of Petaluma is a
nonprofit membership organization created to empower adults 50+ to continue living active,

vibrant, and connected lives in our own homes and apartments as we age.

September/October 2016 Newsletter
Table of Contents
- Reflections on the Village’s Second Year
- SeptemberPrograms
- Village Volunteer Profile
- Enjoy Day Trips Without Driving
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Office Relocation in Our Future
- Sonoma County Joins Age-Friendly Movement
- Appreciating Village Donors
Reflections on the Village's Second Year

- by Anne Greenblatt,Steering Committee Chair

The Village Network of Petaluma has been steadily growing, shaped by the needs and inspirations of over 125 talented and committed members and volunteers.Our spring member satisfaction phone survey revealed that 76% of our members are highly satisfied and 24% are fairly satisfied with our growing Village community. Members report that our most useful volunteer service is driving, followed in order by friendly visiting, tech support, phone check-ins, home repair, and temporary home maintenance.

The social events most members appreciate are our monthly potlucks and game nights. Our most popular programs are Gentle Yoga, Qi Gong, the Garden Group, Book Group, and Legacy Writing Group. Many people also mentioned the singing group as well as programs on the SMART Train, emergency preparedness, Boost Your Brain, and de-cluttering – all programs members have told us they want. Our Program Team is doing a fantastic job in recruiting Village members, volunteers, and community members to lead interest groups and programs.

The response to our MedPal trainings has been remarkable. Volunteers have been trained by retired healthcare professionals to help members prepare for medical visits and to accompany them to take notes. The demand for MedPals has grown to include members wishing to support their family members. The Handyperson Team and Friendly Visiting teams are joining up to plan our first Mattress Flipping Days soon. Volunteers will also change and recycle smoke alarm batteries.

Our primary goals for this year have been to grow our membership and the number of volunteers, build stronger partnerships with community organizations, and offer subsidized memberships for people with limited income. We have been working with PEP Housing in an initial pilot project - and will expand this effort as we build the Membership Partners Fund. We are co-sponsoring a QiGong class series with the Petaluma Health Center and will be engaging with the Community Health Initiative of the Petaluma Area as that group plans for the future.

Additionally, we’re exploring ways we can support the new Age-Friendly Sonoma County initiative, based on WHO’s global network of age-friendly cities. The mission, closely aligned with that of the Village Network, is to enable full participation of older people in community life and promoting healthy and active aging.

Without a doubt, satisfied members and volunteers are our most effective ambassadors to help us grow, deepen our roots, and widen our branches to include more people in building a caring, vibrant, and connected community of older adults in the Petaluma and Penngrove area that will be here for all of us as we age. Stop by our office to pick up brochures to share with family members, friends, neighbors, healthcare professionals – wherever you think they will be seen by interested people.

It takes a village to build a Village!
September Programs

Welcome to the Village
Sat., September 17, 11:00 – 12 noon
Thurs., October 13, 11:00 – 12 noon
Village Network Office, 402 Petaluma Blvd. North

An information meeting for adults 50+ and their familymembers who want to learn more about the innovativeVillage concept of “friends helping friends” to continue living vibrant, active, and connected lives in our own homes as we age. Learn how membership offers social engagement, transportation, home assistance, connection, and fun! Bring a friend or loved one, get your questions answered, and meet Village members and volunteers.

Weekly Walking Group
Tuesdays, 8:30 - 9:30 am. Meet at Walnut Park/4th St.
We have fun, great conversations, and exercise while exploring neighborhoods and gardens, or walking across the river. Everyonewelcome. Email Sue Miller atrmiller875@comcast.netfor info.

Our Life Stories and Legacy
Tuesdays, 10:15 – 11:45 am, Village office. Newcomers welcome.

note[1]Our life stories and legacy are unique and important both individually and as a community. We explore ways to preserve, celebrate, and honor our experiences. Tell your story using writing and creative projects. We work together to create a setting which can inspire participants to celebrate their life stories and remember long-forgotten details. For more info Members free, non-members $5.

Qi Gong Class
Thursdays, 9:30 – 10:30 am, Village office. Newcomers welcome.
Fridays, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Petaluma Health Center,* 1179 No. McDowell(starting Sept. 9)

* Co-sponsored by the Petaluma Health Center and the Village Network
Qi Gong is a gentle standing form of meditation and exercise that was developed in China thousands of years ago. Its benefits are strengthened nervous system, deep relaxation, and overall health and well-being. There are no restrictions on who may come - if you cannot stand, the poses can be done easily in a chair with benefit. It is preferable, but not necessary, to attend all classes. Members free, non-members $5.
Elad Levinson has studied Qi Gong for many years and is currently in teacher training level one of Qigong Dharma with teacher Teja Bell. He has also been practicing meditation since 1975.

Gentle Yoga for Balance, Flexibility, and Increased Energy
Wed., September 14 and 28, 11:00 – 12 noon, Village office.
Practice gentle yoga and breathing techniques, and improve posture, balance, flexibility, and energy. Can be done seated or standing - beneficial for all health levels. In addition, we’ll be investigating simple ancient hand gestures, or mudras, with accompanying meditations to support stress reduction and resilience. Come early, as we’ll start on time. Members free, non-members $5. Bring a large towel.
Pat Martin, CMT, EEMPC, CYT, has worked with hundreds of clients for over 20 years in her Petaluma practice. She focuses on optimizing health and managing stress, with tools including yoga, massage therapy, and Eden Energy Medicine. Pat teaches yoga at P.O.S.T. Wellness by Design.

Guide to Senior Housing and Care
Thurs., September 15, 11:00 – 12:00 noon
Tara Indorato from Sunrise Senior Living will describe the many types of senior living communities in our area, as presented in a handout that will be given to each attendee. She will describe services offered by each choice, questions to ask when visiting, and the costs related to each, to help increase our awareness of senior living choices and the necessity of planning ahead. Please RSVP toinfo@VillageNetworkofPetaluma.orgor 707-776-6055. Free and open to the public.

Poetry Group
Fri., September 16, 1:30 - 3:30 pm, in a member’s home (Meets 3rdFriday of the month.)
Poets are invited to join us to share our poetry with one another. For more information and the location of the meeting, please contact Sam Doctors atsamdoctors701@gmail.comor 530-414-4032.

New!Film Discussion Group
Fri., September 16, 10:00 – 11:30 am, Village office
The Village Network of Petaluma Is offering a movie discussion club that plans to meet monthly on Friday mornings at the Village office. Each meeting will consist of a roundtable critique of the film we chose the previous meeting and have each seen on our own, and a decision regarding the next movie to see. If you plan to attend, try to see the new movieIthaca, with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.Come to the first meeting even if you haven’t seen the movie. Please RSVP to Stephanie at 707-776-6055, or Jerry Spremich (discussion facilitator), at 415-827-3206, if you are interested. For Village members and volunteers.

Village Game Night
Fri., September 16, 4:00 – 6:00 pm, in a member’s home. Newcomers welcome.
We will have potluck finger food and games. Join us, and bring a favorite game if you wish, or just bring yourself and have fun. RSVP for address to Stephanie, or 776-6055.

Village Field Trip to “Blooming BackYard”
Sun., September 18, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
The Garden Group is planning to go to “Blooming Back Yard,” a self-guided tour of five unique gardens in and around west Sonoma County. The diverse gardens were chosen to highlight, demonstrate, and promote good gardening practices. Throughout the tour you will find demonstrations on growing vegetables, water-wise native plants, lawn replacement, drip-irrigation, companion planting, composting, attracting beneficial insects and bees, and more.While the five gardens are standouts for their distinctive designs, the tour also features a market known for garden-inspired crafts created by talented master gardeners. This event, offered bi-anually, is a fund-raising activity for theSonoma County Master Gardeners.Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door, available at To arrange carpooling contact Jane

Bocce Ball
Wed., September 21, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Leghorn Park. (Meets 3rdWednesday of the month.)

RSVP to George Beeler No experience necessary. Lots of fun!

TED Talks Discussion Group
Wed., September 21, 9:15 – 10:45, Village office
Join us for a lively discussion based on viewing several TED Talks - videos about Technology, Education, and Design, and everything in between. Our past meetings have included discussions of what constitutes happiness, modern secular culture, going nowhere, the Chinese zodiac, poetry, and a talking parrot. Next time, who knows? Attendance is limited to 10, so please RSVP to Stephanie, or 776-6055.

Volunteer Driver Training
Thurs., September 22, 1:00 – 4:00 pm, Village office
We’re looking for a few good drivers, as driving is one of our most requested and appreciatedservices. Completion of this training, in addition to the "Village Volunteer 101 Training,”is necessary before driving Village members to medical appointments, grocery shopping, Rx pick-up, or Village events. RSVP required: 707-776-6055

Village Singing Group
No singing group in September – will resume Thurs., October 27, 3:00 – 4:30 pm (Meets last Thursday of the month.)
No prior experience or talent necessary, just a love of making music. We try many kinds of music – and have a lot of fun! RSVP to Sue Miller atrmiller875@comcast.netfor location.

Book Group

Fri., September 23, 1:30 - 3:00 pm, at the home of a member.
Join us for a discussion ofMr. Sammler’s Planet, by Saul Bellow. It is available at the public library and at Contact Village member Jane Merryman for the address

Potluck Gathering for Village Members and Volunteers: Newcomers welcome
Sun., September 25, 4:00 – 6:00pm, in a member’s home.

A time to get to know each other better, share good food, enjoy our “conversation café,” and have fun.For members and volunteers. Space is limited, RSVP to Stephanie Wilkinson,, for the address.

Learn About the End of Life Option Act

Mon., September 26, 10:00 – 11:30 am, Village office
This California bill became law on June 9. It allows dying Californians to make the end-of-life healthcare decisions that are right for them in the final stages of their illness. It is similar to the laws in Oregon and Washington that you might have heard about.Learn who is, and who is not, eligible under the law. Bring your questions and concerns to this important and informative program. You will receive materials that will help you discuss your wishes with your family members. Please RSVP toinfo@VillageNetworkofPetaluma.orgor 776-6055. Free andopen to the public.
Presenter: Dennis Pocekay, M.D., is a retired Kaiser physician who teaches Public Health at UC Davis and volunteers with Compassion & Choices: Care and Choice at the End of Life.

EFT “Tapping” Workshop for Pain, Anxiety, and Emotional Balance
Tues., September 27, 2:00 - 3:30 pm, Village office
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is apowerful self-help methodbased on research showing thatemotional trauma contributes greatly to disease.Over 100 published papers and dozens of clinical trials have shown that EFT tapping can rapidly reduce the emotional impact of memories and incidents that trigger emotional distress. Once the distress is reduced or removed, the body can often rebalance itself, and accelerate healing. EFT uses elements of Cognitive Therapy and Exposure Therapy, combined with acupressure, in the form of fingertip tapping on 12 acupuncture points, to relieve phobias, anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, pain, and other problems.RSVP to Stephanie at 776-6055 Members free, non-members $5.00.
Maryann Marks, MFT, is a marriage and family therapist in Petaluma who uses EFT in her psychotherapy practice.She has also been a volunteer with the Village Network of Petaluma.

Village Tech Workshop
Wed., September 28, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, Village office
  • Want to be more comfortable using your computer, tablet, or smartphone?
  • Having problems with your cell phone or computer?
Members at all experience levels welcome in this workshop, which will assist you with computer or cell phone issues. Topic for this session will be using the cloud for connectivity, storage, and back-up. Learn new ways to get things done and make your life easier. Led by Village volunteers Sarah Jane Catarozoli (a high school student), Tom Horst and Paul Greenblatt. RSVP
Reminder: If you are a member and need someone to come to your home to help with a computer problem, you can also schedule an appointment with a Village tech volunteer.

Mattress Flipping Days Coming
in Late September

Teams of Village volunteers will visit homes of both social and regular members who are interested, to flip mattresses and change smoke alarm batteries. Contact Stephanie if you’d like to participate as a member or volunteer: 776-6055

Coming in October…

Presentation on SHARE Sonoma County: Shared Housing and Resource Exchange
Mon., October 10, 10:00 – 11:30 am, Village office
SHARE Sonoma County offers a Home Sharing Program to support seniors who wish to continue living in their own homes safely and affordably. SHARE facilitates secure home shares for homeowners and renters who are stressed financially, experiencing life transitions, looking for companionship, or needing basic assistance (service exchange) to help them to remain safely at home. This program has created over 120 successful home shares to date.
Amy Appleton, Executive Director of SHARE Sonoma County, created this program in 2014.

Support Group for People with Hearing Impairment, time TBA
As hearing impairment becomes an issue for more older adults, join us for a discussion of how we can support one another in adapting our environment, using technology, and researching affordable new ways to improve communication. The group is facilitated by Nancy Sullivan, Village volunteer with extensive life experience in this field.

New Village Birding Group
Last spring we learned about the kites that sometimes breed at Ellis Creek and we visited the heron and egret colony on 9th Street in Santa Rosa. This fall we are considering visits to Ellis Creek, where not much walking is required. If you are a seasoned birder or new to the pastime and would like to join us in exploring the bird life of Petaluma, please contact Jane Merryman,, 707-762-1023, for more information.

Genealogy: How to Get Started
Thurs., October 27, 10:00 - 12:00 noon, Village office

This workshop will provide the tools needed to create your personal family tree, covering the basics of where to start, available resources, references and sourcing, formats and files, obstacles and successes, and tips and tricks. $5.00 for non-members. RSVP to Stephanie Wilkinsoninfo@villagenetworkofpetaluma.orgor 707-776-6055.
Rob Girolo, a volunteer for the Village, began researching his family history in 1996 to learn about his father's family whom he never knew. Since then, his family tree has grown to over 10,000 names and dates back to the 12th century. Although not a professional genealogist, he does have 20 years of experience.
Save the Date...
Weekly Village Programs
Walking Group
Tues., 8:30 - 9:30 am
Our Life Stories &Legacy
Tues., 10:15 - 11:45 am
QiGong Class
Thurs., 9:30 - 10:30 am
GentleYogaforBalance,Flexibility,&Increased Energy
2nd & 4th
Wed., 11:00 - 12:00 pm
Village Game Night
Fri., Sept.16, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

NEW! Film Discussion Group
Fri., Sept. 16, 10:00 - 11:30 am

Poetry Group
Fri., Sept. 16, 1:30-3:30 pm

Village Field Trip to
"Blooming Back Yard"

Sun., Sept. 18, 9:30 - 4:00 pm

Bocce Ball
Wed., Sept. 21, 4:00 - 5:00 pm

TED Talks Discussion Group
Wed., Sept. 21, 9:15 - 10:45 am

Volunteer Driver Training
Thurs., Sept. 22, 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Book Group
Fri., Sept. 23, 1:30 - 3:00 pm

Potluck Gathering for Village Members & Volunteers
Sun., Sept. 25, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

EFT "Tapping" Workshop for Pain, Anxiety, &Emotional Balance
Tues., Sept. 27, 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Village Tech Workshop
Wed., Sept. 28, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Mattress Flipping Days
- for members

Coming in late September

Free Public Programs
Guide to Senior Housing and Care
Thurs., Sept. 15, 11:00 - 12:00 pm

Learn About the End of Life Option Act
Mon., Sept. 26, 10:00 - 11:30 am

Coming in October

Presentation on SHARE Sonoma County: Shared Housing &Resource Exchange
Mon., Oct. 10, 10:00 - 11:30 am

Support Group for People with Hearing Impairment
Time TBA

New Village Birding Group
Time TBA
Genealogy: How to Get Started
Thurs.,Oct. 27, 10:00 - 12:00 noon

In the interest of getting to know one another better, each issue of the Village newsletter, beginning this month, will include a short profile of a member or volunteer. The inaugural profile features Cheryl Perry, a Village driver volunteer.

Tell us a little about your background.

I grew up in Los Angeles, met my husband at U.C.S.F. after graduating with a B.S. in nursing, and then we moved to Maryland in 1980. We raised a son and daughter there. They both still live and work in the D.C. area. I worked for 30 years at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, as a research coordinator.

My husband and I had always wanted to return to the Bay Area because our extended family is here. We moved to Petaluma in 2013 even though we didn’t know anyone here.

What brought you to the Village Network of Petaluma?

Since moving to Petaluma, I was looking to be a volunteer for an organization in order to stay busy and give back to the community. I heard Anne Greenblatt give a talk about the Village and knew immediately that I wanted to get involved.

What is the best thing about being your age?

I am very thankful that I am able to enjoy the peacefulness of retirement now.

What is your favorite leisure activity or hobby?

I like gardening, piano, crosswords, hiking, and singing in a small choir.

What is the most valuable aspect of being part of the Village Network of Petaluma?

I find driving members to their various activities very rewarding. It’s enjoyable to hear the stories that people share about their lives. I also participate in the Garden Group and have learned so much from others about the types and care of plants in northern California.
“My Village volunteer knows how to get things done. She has cleaned and restored my garden space - I am so pleased with what she has done for me!”

- a Villagemember
The Fund DevelopmentTeamseeks a few more members to join the team working to build the Membership Partners Program, to offer subsidized membership fees.

The Wellness Support Team:
- wants to develop a “Hospital to Home” training program for volunteers
- is seeking volunteers to co-lead another 8-week “Boost Your Brain” series this fall

We are seeking aSocial Events Coordinatorto contact members or volunteers interested in hosting monthly potlucks and game nights.

The Program Teamneeds another member to work as a partner with Jane Merryman in brainstorming program ideas as well as collecting ideas from Village members, finding program leaders, and setting up programs.

More info on our websiteVolunteer page.
So you don’t have a car anymore. So youdohave a car, but you just can’t face that drive to the City. Well, you don’t have to stay home. Root for the Giants at a baseball game, attend a Broadway musical, tour the wine country, stroll through the new Museum of Modern Art.

All this is possible with three local companies: Daytripping, Trips4U, and the Marin Jewish Community Center. Their excursions take place on weekdays, so their clientele is all retired folks just like us. Your fellow travelers will have a world of experience to contribute to the fun and a desire to learn more about the changing world around them. Transportation is by comfortable bus, with a knowledgeable tour leader, refreshments, and a bathroom on board.

Even if you are not Jewish and don’t live in Marin County, you can join the Marin Jewish Community Center’s wonderful excursions organized by the creative James Sokol ( From opera, to bay cruises, toMy Fair Lady, there are many choices. Most trips include lunch or dinner. Marin JCC also offers multi-day trips to Cuba, New York City, Santa Fe, and India. I’ve gone with James to New York and Santa Fe for opera, where we also cruised the art scene and dined spectacularly.

Daytripping (, with an office in Oakmont, lists a wide variety of day excursions as well as journeys far afield. In February 2017 I will go with them to Los Angeles, museum hopping for five days. Close to home I’ll seeThe Lion Kingat the Orpheum in San Francisco and Cirque de Soleil’s newest fantastic production. Other offerings include visits to Filoli Gardens on the Peninsula, the Mendocino coast, and the Capital Air Show at Mather Field. They also schedule trips to the Carolinas, New York City, and New England.
I haven’t traveled with them . . . yet . . . but I know that Santa Rosa-based Trips4U ( offers a wide variety of day and overnight trips in the Bay Area. Visit Safari West, the Niles Canyon Railway, the Scottish Games, and the Oakland Zoo. Most events include lunch. They also have extended journeys in the U.S. and abroad.

So get out there and enjoy the wonders of the Bay Area and beyond, with a bunch of like-minded people who are not fixated on tiny screens or immersed in the latest Tweets. Use Village Connections to discover others who might like to join you for a day of adventure . . . and you won’t have to drive.

- Jane Merryman

Office Relocation in Our Future
We've learned that the building we share with Rebuilding Together,at 402 Petaluma Blvd. North, is slated to be demolished in about a year. All ideas for a new (very low cost) space for the Village Network welcome!
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Village Art Exhibit for Fall
Two artists are exhibiting their paintings in the Village office this fall:
Maria Balesfirst studied watercolor, her favorite medium, in her 50’s. She can be contacted at 707-762-2978

Maria Lewis, born in Madrid, Spain, has traveled extensively during had a long career as an artist. She has now made her home in Petaluma. She can be contacted at Her website

Sonoma County Joins Age-Friendly Movement
Along with communities all over the U.S. and the world, Sonoma County is joining the effort to provide a healthy, supportive environment that allows people of all ages to enjoy full and meaningful lives. Aging Together Sonoma County is working to implement the Age-Friendly Initiative, a program that guides cities in becoming age-friendly. An age-friendly community encourages, supports, and advocates for older people in a number of key ways, with the cooperation of health care providers, local businesses, and volunteer organizations. Among its goals, Age-Friendly Sonoma County hopes to promote active aging, to enable people of all ages to achieve physical, social, and emotional well-being, to help meet the housing, transportation, healthcare,and educational needs of older adults, and to encourage connectionsbetween generations.

For more information, see the Age-Friendly Sonoma website, call Michele Leonard, the organization’s director of volunteer services, at (707) 525-0143 x147. Learn what you can do to participate in and benefit from this initiative to support Sonoma County residents across all ages.

Your Donations Help Build a Sustainable Village

Once firmly established, 75% or more of our funds will come from member fees. However, donations are vitally important in building a stable and sustainable Village that will be here for all of us as we age.
All donations are tax deductible, as we are a fiscally sponsored project of
Community Initiatives,in San Francisco, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Please make checks payable to:
Community Initiatives/VNP,
and mail to Village Network of Petaluma, P.O. Box 442, Petaluma, CA94953

Or you can visitour web page and click on "Donate,"at

Thank you!

Donors to the Village Network

With deep appreciation the Village Network isproud to publicly thanthose below who made it possible for us to exceed our fundraising goal!

Diamond Sponsors - $1,000 to $5,000

Stanton Lawson & Gabriella Ambrosi
Sequoia Senior Solutions
In-home care service provider
George & Ellen Beeler
Anne & Paul Greenblatt
Gary & Lyn Imm
Dr. David Strange

Sustaining Donors: $500 to $999
Gene Anderson
Steve Ayala
Lolly Burns
Barbara Carlson
Suzanne Clarke
Harriet and James Coyne
Ann and Mel Fox
Linda Fox and Floyd Dickman
Paul and Sherry Eckloff
Ron and Marsha Harris
Robert Gallup
Marilyn Hartley
Vasi Jayaswal
Tom and Marcia Joynt
Janice Kearns
Darcy Levy
Maryann Marks & Elad Levinson
Sue Miller
Diane Olberg
Nancy Porter
Joann Pozzi
Donald Revere
Jim Stern
Janny Van Alderen & David Quist
Naomi Weinstein

Supporting Donors: $100 - $499
Joellen Aymond
David Adams, Quality Printing
Colene Abramson
Lilia Bizal
B’nai Israel Jewish Center
Lyndi Brown & Anthony Tusler
Pat Burns
Sue & Christopher Castellucci
Bill and Maggie Fishman
Rev. Mary Foran
Steve Gavriloff, Westgate Real Estate
Majida Gibson
Camille Jordan
Brian Lemesh, D.C., Petaluma Family Chiropractic
Tiaga Liner
Sid & Gerry Lipton
Bill and Catherine Luther
Barbara & Jake Mackenzie
Jane Merryman
Mary Munat
Nadia Navid, D.D.S.
Len and Charlotte Nelson
Petaluma Elks Lodge #901
Paul Praetzel
Richard Quinn
Robert and Maureen Reed
Susan and Richard Rodkin
Vreni Schnirman
Ernest and Eileen Simard
Janine and Ray Slaughter
St. James Altar Fund

Donors: up to $100
Bridie Acton
Carmina Angka
Virginia Anderson
Gregory Bard
Bonnie & Pod Boatright
Carol Crabill
Lynn Camhi
Gail Cardaropoli
Charles Collum & Nancy Blanchard
Jan Crosby
Julie Donohue
Terri Dugar
Joni Gardner
Robert Girolo
Wayne Guptill
Kay Hardy
Tina Hittenberger
Kathleen Kestelyn
Scotti Kluess
Lucy Kortum
Nancy Jean Kull
Susan Lampert
Andree Langlois
Kathleen Lawrence
Louise Leff
Michael and Kathy Lerner
Darcy and Harvey Levy
Nita Liles
Ellen MacDonald
Kathy MacDonald
Robert and Nancy McFarland
Kendra Mon
Martha Murphy
Bente Niles
Alice Jean Rebizzo
Starr Rohrman
Phyllis Sharrow
Jerry Spremich
Pam Torliatt
Corlene Van Sluizer & Julian Blair

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