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Fairmount Park Conservancy Annual Report FY2010 www.myphillypark.org A Message from the President and Executive Director Dear Friends, The Fairmount Park Conservancy is excited to celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. Since 2001, we are pleased to have raised over $20 million for the Fairmount Park system. The Conservancy is committed to the re‐establishment of the Fairmount Park system as the leading urban park system in the world. Fundamentally, we believe that parks have the power to change people. Where there are great parks, the potential exists for great neighborhoods and a great community. A revitalized Fairmount Park is central to Philadelphia’s ability to achieve its potential to be a world class city. In 2010, significant momentum was developed for several of our most significant projects. The Conservancy commenced the revitalization of Hunting Park, a comprehensive project that will transform this 87‐acre park into a green, stabilizing anchor for its surrounding North Philadelphia community. This multi‐phase project will revitalize Hunting Park’s amenities and provide area residents the opportunity to experience the outdoors, participate in enhanced recreational programs, and bolster the health, safety, quality of life and sense of community within the Hunting Park neighborhood. The Fairmount Park Conservancy’s longest running program, Growing the Neighborhood, also completed its sixth year. Established in 2004 in partnership with ACE Group and NovaCare Rehabilitation, Growing the Neighborhood transforms parks throughout the city of Philadelphia, teaming corporate support with community vigor to showcase how crucial parks are to the infrastructure of neighborhoods. In 2009, through Growing the Neighborhood, capital improvements were made at Concourse and Centennial Lakes in the Centennial District of West Fairmount Park. Lastly, in what was our single most successful fundraising event to date, the 2010 Centennial Celebration raised over $420,000 for the Fairmount Park Conservancy. Over 450 supporters attended the Celebration, which honored long‐time Fairmount Park stewards John K. Binswanger and Edith R. Dixon. It was also the first major event to be held at the newly renovated Horticulture Center, a green venue which we are very pleased to have reopened for public and private events. As we enter our tenth year, the Conservancy continues to advance our mission: To enhance the quality of life of the Greater Philadelphia Region through the financial support of the Fairmount Park system. We thank our supporters and look forward to the challenges ahead. Sincerely, John Gattuso Kathryn Ott Lovell President Executive Director FY2010 Project Highlights Revitalization of Hunting Park Hunting Park is a section of Fairmount Park that is as old as any part of Philadelphia. It was once a tract of farmland owned by William Penn’s secretary, James Logan in the 18th century. This parcel of land would be the site of America’s first horse trotting track and was acquired by the City of Philadelphia in 1854. Carousels, ice skating ponds, and a bandstand, where John Philip Sousa was said to have performed, are all a part of its rich and unique history. The Hunting Park Revitalization master plan was designed in 2009 to make the 87‐acre North Philadelphia park a stabilizing force and sustainable means of economic development for the surrounding neighborhoods. The revitalization effort is inspired by the idea that a safe and well‐maintained park can strengthen the community by providing natural health benefits, recreation, and a place for people to gather and enjoy the type of solidarity and freedom that only open space can provide. Through capital improvements and innovative programming including recreational fields, new lighting, a farmers’ market and community garden, the Hunting Park Revitalization project will substantially impact the health and safety of the Hunting Park community. Today, Hunting Park is used by neighbors and regional visitors for picnics, youth and adult sports teams, and after school programs. Despite its rich history and heavy use, Hunting Park faces many challenges that are common in urban communities: vandalism, deteriorating facilities, and various safety issues. But through this extraordinary project, Hunting Park can be reclaimed as a vital resource for the community. The Revitalization of Hunting Park would not be possible without the leadership and generous support of our partners and funders: Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Cindy and John Affleck, Anonymous, Citizens Bank, Hon. Darrell L. Clarke, City of Philadelphia, Comcast, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, Convergence Partnership of the Tides Foundation, The Food Trust, Growing the Neighborhood, The Home Depot, Hunting Park United, Patricia Kind, KaBOOM!, Laura and Marc McKenna, The McLean Contributionship, State Representative Tony Payton, Jr., Hon. Maria D. Quinones‐Sanchez, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Ryan Howard Family Foundation, and Wells Appel. With their support, $3 million has been raised towards the Revitalization of Hunting Park. Contributions are still needed to reach the project’s funding goals. For more information, please contact the Fairmount Park Conservancy at 215‐988‐9334. The Horticulture Center Renovation In spring of 2010, the Fairmount Park Conservancy, in partnership with Mrs. F. Eugene Dixon and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, supported the renovation of The Horticulture Center in the Centennial District of West Fairmount Park, allowing the Center to once again be open for public and private events. The Fairmount Park Conservancy kicked off this effort by holding its Centennial Celebration fundraising dinner at the Horticulture Center in April of 2010. Renovation of the Horticulture Center allows for memorable events to take place within Fairmount Park. Such a unique setting, just minutes from Center City, will become an asset for Fairmount Park as a premiere event venue with catering by Stephen Starr Events. A renovated Horticulture Center will also offer the opportunity for visitors to better understand the horticulture of the Park and region, while providing a dynamic gathering place for park volunteers. A crucial aspect of the Horticulture Center’s renovation was the focus on sustainable and environmentally conscious construction. 84% of debris removed during the renovation has been recycled, and steadfast efforts were made to reuse and recycle materials that make up flooring, walls, ceilings, and other features of the site. To inquire about having an event The Horticulture Center, please contact Stephen Starr Events at 267‐886‐1474. FY2010 Project Highlights Growing the Neighborhood Year Six: Concourse and Centennial Lakes The Fairmount Park Conservancy’s longest running program, Growing the Neighborhood continues to emphasize the role parks play in recreation, stewardship efforts, and community cohesion in the city and region. Established in 2004 in partnership with ACE Group and NovaCare Rehabilitation, Growing the Neighborhood has revitalized twelve neighborhood parks, reconnecting people with their parks all over the City of Philadelphia. Growing the Neighborhood emphasizes the immense role clean, green open space plays in sustaining vibrant communities, increasing property values, and attracting new business and residents. Since its inception, Growing the Neighborhood has leveraged over $1 million in additional support from public and private sectors. In 2009 Growing the Neighborhood’s focus was on Concourse and Centennial Lakes in the Centennial District of West Fairmount Park. ACE Group and NovaCare Rehabilitation, PRWT Services, Inc., U.S. Facilities, Inc., and The Albert J. Lofgren & Antoinette Farrar Seymour Donor‐ Advised Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation, provided over $100,000 for capital improvements to the area. Major restoration work was completed in Concourse Lake, where a marsh area was also formed to introduce a number of native plants to enhance the lake’s ecology. Year Six of Growing the Neighborhood was successful in bringing a positive impact to the West Parkside neighborhood, which borders West Fairmount Park. By engaging the community and bringing in corporate support, the improvements garnered will attract more families into the park and make the park a safer and more hospitable environment for all to enjoy. The restoration of Concourse Lake will be a centerpiece for years to come in the continuous revival of West Fairmount Park. The Centennial District of West Fairmount Park In 1876, Philadelphia hosted America’s first world’s fair, the Centennial Exhibition, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. The Exhibition was held on a 285‐acre swath of Fairmount Park, filled with 250 buildings. Nearly 10,000,000 visitors attended the Exhibition during its six month run, which was roughly 20 percent of America’s population. In 2005, a Master Plan developed by civic leaders of Philadelphia outlined a 20 year plan to invest $300 million in the Centennial District of West Fairmount Park, which would commemorate the historical significance of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876. This 733‐acre span will provide recreational and cultural services and amenities to people who visit and use that area of West Fairmount Park as a means of enhancing the economic and cultural redevelopment within the Centennial District and its surrounding neighborhoods. The completion of the Centennial District Master Plan is targeted for 2026 to coincide with the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, celebrating the birth of the Nation with the rebirth of the District and its surrounding neighborhoods as the model for 21st century urban environment. Statement of Activities – Year Ended June 30, 2010 and 2009 Temporarily Permanently Unrestricted Restricted Restricted 2010 Total 2009 Total SUPPORT & REVENUES Foundation Grants $9,010.00 $273,832.00 $ ‐ $282,842.00 $629,523.00 Corporate Grants 50,114.00 75,838.00 ‐ 125,952.00 244,672.00 Contributions 118,892.00 37,076.00 ‐ 155,968.00 257,157.00 Administrative Fees 26,310.00 ‐ ‐ 26,310.00 23,802.00 Government ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 25,000.00 Contracts 43,470.00 193,931.00 ‐ 237,401.00 47,253.00 Special Events, net of 296,207.00 ‐ ‐ 296,807.00 298,143.00 expenses of $107,717 Investment Income 4,272.00 ‐ ‐ 4,272.00 40,763.00 Net Assets Released from Restrictions: 477,821.00 (477,821.00) ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ Satisfaction of Program Restrictions TOTAL SUPPORT & $1,026,696.00 $102,856.00 $ ‐ $1,129,552.00 $1,566,313.00 REVENUE Temporarily Unrestricted Restricted Permanently Restricted 2010 Total 2009 Total EXPENSES Program Services $705,748.00 $ ‐ $ ‐ $705,748.00 $3,218,086.00 Administrative 187,252.00 ‐ ‐ 187,252.00 170,739.00 Fundraising 176,047.00 ‐ ‐ 176,047.00 241,350.00 TOTAL EXPENSES 1,069,047.00 ‐ ‐ 1,069,047.00 3,630,175.00 CHANGE IN NET (42,351.00) 102,856.00 ‐ 60,505.00 (2,063,862.00) ASSETS NET ASSETS ‐ 434,402.00 1,709,331.00 100,000.00 2,243,733.00 4,307,595.00 Beginning of the year NET ASSETS ‐ End of $392,051.00 $1,812,187.00 $100,000.00 $2,304,238.00 $2,243,733.00 the Year FY 2010 Support The following individuals, corporations, foundations, and organizations listed here have provided vital support to the Fairmount Park Conservancy during the fiscal year July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010. We are thankful for their support in making our accomplishments possible. H. William Bosch Kevin J. Dunleavy Henry Hauptfuhrer Bruce Mainwaring $5,000 and Betsy A. Bowden David S. Bower Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Duplessis Louise Hayes Anna Headly Scott Maisey Dr. David Major Freda R Egnal above Mark Brack Jeffrey L. Braff Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Elsasser Katherine Heaton Maryann Mullen Heinzen Mary Alice Malone Virginia Wells Maloney Beverly Stark Ensor Mr. and Mrs. Philip Price Jr. Howard L. Braitman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Erlacher Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Heldring Richardson Mapes Laura and Jeff Shell John J. Brennan G. Barry Esslinger Marion B. Hemrick Robert F. Marino Carol S. Eicher Anita B. Brody Rita R. Evangelista James M. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Marquardt John Gattuso Barbara A. Bronstein Walter C. Evans Alice C. Hershberger Joseph W. Marshall James H. Gately Edwin Bronstein Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Evans Dr. B. Janet Hibbs Wallace Martindale Scott Conking Linda Bross Christopher Evans J. Bennett Hill Janet Mason Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCausland Richard P. Brown Albert F. Facchiano Elizabeth B. Hill Mary Jean Maus John K. Binswanger R. Nick Bryan Anna Maria Falco Robert Hillgen Peter K. Mays Joseph A. Burke Lynne M. Farrington Patrick Hobson Marian H. McAllister Dorothy J. Burton Helen F. Faust David Hollenberg Debra McCarty Dr. David Bushnell Paul L. Feldman Alvin Holm John F. McCloskey $1,000‐4,999 Myrna Ann Butkovitz Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Feldman Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Holmes Dianne W. McConnell Jack R. Butler Edward S. Feldman Ruth K. Hopkins Kathy McCracken Mr. and Mrs. John Affleck Deborah Butler Milton A. Feldman Susan M. Howard Walter G. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Binswanger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrne Sharla Feldscher Bernard Irving Charles McGlinn J.B. Broms Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Cameron Susan L. Felker Lawrence Isard Nancy L. McHugh Nancy M. Cheston Ross L. Campbell Gabrielle Fellner Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Istvan Virginia McIntosh Edward M. D'Alba, P.E. Pascal Cantona James Fennell Florence Itoh James W. McKenzie Belmont G. Farley Cynthia B. Caraher Joseph T. Ferris Martin E. Itzkowitz Dr. Mari M. McLean Mark A. Focht, FASLA Michael A. Carasik Mr. and Mrs. Carl Finkbeiner Diane Javian William McLean Mr. and Mrs. James Halpin Hill, Jr. Jerome H. Carr Herbert Finkelstein Helene Jawer John McMeekin John B. Kelly III Diane Carroll Amy Finkelstein Debra Jih Sharon Church McNabb Louis C. Madeira Christopher Carroll Mealy Fisher Lori Joffe David McQuiston Joseph M. Manko, Sr., Esq. David Cassaro Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Fishman Gay Gilpin Johnson M.L. Mendelson Anne M. Morley Susan Catherwood Marie‐Therese Flaherty Craig S. Johnson Thomas Mendicino Robert N.C. Nix III, Esq. Robert Celata Helen H. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Johnston Mark Mendlow William S. Smilow Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Chambers III Marie Ford Christopher Jungers Lisa Z. Meritz Frank Thomas, Esq. William Chandlee Laura H. Foster David Kagan Christiane Meunier Sandra W. Weckesser, Esq. Scott J. Childress Wendy T. Foulke Thomas A. Kane James R. Meyer Jeffrey J. Clark Rosanne M. Fox Jaan Kangilaski Steven T. Miano Cecily G. Clark Elizabeth W. Fox Gwendolyn A. Kannapel Cynthia J. Micka $1‐999 Dr. Alice Clark Jerome Cloud Brad Fox Diane M. Frankel William Katz Warren J Kauffman Janet D. Milkman Frederick T. Miller Carolyn T. Adams Edgar B. Coale Derek R. Freres Fredric Kazan Leslie Anne Miller, Esq. Robert R. Adams Dr. Faith Hartman Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold A. Frezel Brian T. Keim Donald M. Millinger George J. Ahern Dr. Noam A. Cohen Dr. Donald M. Friedman Dr. and Mrs. Robert Keisman Karen F. Minyard William Albert Mr. and Mrs. Lew Cohen Ann Frumkin Robert Keith Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Moat Peter Allen David S. Cohen Klaus Fuelleborn Peter Kelly Alexander Molot Brett H. Altman Ellen L. Coldren Mary Jane Fullam John B. Kelly Dr. Mary A. Montague Thomas S. Ambler David L. Colman Mr. and Mrs. W. Roderick Gagne F. Joseph Kiefner Edward A. Montgomery Jean Bradley Anderson William L. Colton Karen Gajewski Jane Margraff Kieser Martha Moore Margaret J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John Condello Harold E. Galer Michael C. Kimble Joseph A. Moran Barbara Aronson Annette B. Congdon Lynne Garbose Dale Kinney Bishop Ernest C. Morris Dr. Carolyn H. Asbury James F. Conmy Henry G. Garfield Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Klein Eleanor M. Morris James Averill Joseph T. Connelly Reverend James Garisto Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klein Milton Moser Judith Axler Patrick Connors Reiko K.N. Gaspar Ronald Klinger Ronald Paul Moser Gail E. Bachman James L. Cooke Bruce P. Gelman Albert H. Koch Christine Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Baeringer Sharon Corbin Esther Gerhard Nancy Kolb Kathleen T. Mulhern Carl Balis George C. Corson Jr., Esq. Dr. Andrew Gerson Brett Krasnov Stephen P. Mullin Gregory Barnes Linda Corsover Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Gettlin Ann Marilyn Krupnick Jordan R. Nadell Elizabeth Ward Bartle Douglas S. Cosgrove Sonia Leon Gilbert Dr. Kevin T. Kuehlwein Thomas Naff Dr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bartlett Jane M. Cox William Glassman Howard Kunreuther Nancy Nath John B. Bartram Maryanne E. Coyle Vera L. Glassman Wayne F. Laessig Benjamin R. Neilson Kenneth Basalik Harriet Cramer Craig L. Godshall Peter R. Laibson William H. Nell Jami Bassman Pitkow Donna Crane Kumar Gohel Dr. Sally Lane Arthur E. Newbold IV Robert Bast Peter D. Crawford Dr. Martin Goldberg John W. Langdon Jennifer Newcomb Dr. Christine P. Bastl Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Creamer Dr. Arthur Goldman Rev. and Mrs. Ledlie Laughlin Muriel Newman Christine A. Bauers Harrington E. Crissey Dr. Scott Goldman Wynn E. Lee Iris Newman Jane N Beatty Clyde H. Cutner Jeffrey B. Goldman Dorothea Leicher Dr. Eliot H. Nierman Jere R. Behrman Maxine C. Dalsemer Debra Wolf Goldstein Steven Leshner Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nolan Erwin F. Belohoubek Court Daspit Peggy Gordon Jonathan L. Levin Dr. R. Barrett Noone Philip A. Bertocci Mari A. Davidson Kevin S. Gorman Michael Levin Ann N. Northrup Sidney Z. Beshunsky Irvin R. Davis Imogen Granlund D. Christopher LeVine Roberta W. O'Dell Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Betz Charles H. Davis Ann N. Greene Morton P. Levitt Joseph T. Ohlweiler Morris J. Birnbaum Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Dellmuth Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Griffin Joanna McNeil Lewis Dr. Albert T. Olenzak Lisa Blackman Geoff Dennis Bernard M. Gross Michelle Liao Shaun F. O'Malley Mark Blaskey L. Stuart Ditzen Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gutman Dr. Kathy Liez Mary Read O'Malley Leonore B. Block Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Doering Lois S. Hagarty Mr. and Mrs. John Linck Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O'Neill Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bloomfield Thomas W. Dolgenos Peter C. Hall John Lindsay Sandra L. Ormerod Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Blue James Donaghy Mary Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Owens Yvonne P. Bobrowicz Joseph Donnelly David Harbater Leonard J. Lipkin Thaddeus J. Owens Susan E. Bolesta Kirk Dorn Charles B. Harrisson Cecily D. Littleton Kendric Packer Lea H Bolling Phoebe Driscoll Susan K. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lodge Brad Palmer Gary W. Borjesson Edward C. Driscoll Jeffrey Hartman Michael Lombardi Bohdan L. Pazuniak Mitchell Bormack Gerald Driza Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hattler Eileen Lynch Valerie D. Pearce Susan W. Peck Wilma S. Slyoff Dr. Happy Craven Fernandez SCI Consulting Steven J. Peitzman Jonne Smith Hunting Park James J. Fitzgerald Daniel Shapiro John Pelino David G. Smith Revitalization Penny and Robert Fox Laura and Jeff Shell David Penkower Ralph Smith Diane and Robert Freedman Bradford C. Shusman Eleanor T. Penniman Stephanie Smith Citizens Bank Carol and Samuel Frieder Shire Pharmaceuticals Paul M. Peranteau Dr. and Mrs. George L. Spaeth Hon. Darrell L. Clarke Kay and Jim Gately SMP Architects Michael Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Steven Delanty Comcast Foundation Patti and John Gattuso Michael Stein Dr. Charles B. Peterson Spencer Convergence Partnership of the Elizabeth H. Gemmill Joly and James Stewart David N. Pincus Paula G. Spielberg Tides Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young Daniel A. Pliskin Barbara A. Spitz Patricia Kind Debra Wolf Goldstein and Jay Table 31 Restaurant and Plaza Cafe Bud Plumer Dean H. Springman The McLean Contributionship Goldstein Tasty Baking Co. Marie Pogue Helen M. Stailey Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Greater Philadelphia Chamber of TD Bank Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pokrifka Steven T. Stern Hon. Maria D. Quiñones‐Sánchez Commerce The Children's Hospital of Steven Portman Juliet A. Sternberg Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Greater Philadelphia Tourism and Philadelphia Alice C. Potter David A. Stevens The Ryan Howard Family Marketing Corporation The Dow Chemical Company Sharyn Pozzuolo Mr. and Mrs. James M. Stewart Foundation Gay Greene The Episcopal Academy John S. Price Burke Stinson Mary Gregg and John Ryan The Philadelphia Foundation Robert S. Price Dr. Bayard Thayer Storey Corporate and Melissa Grimm The Star Group Paul A. Rabe Dr. Edward Strauss Alison R. Grove The Water Works Restaurant Marilyn Ramming Leon C. Sunstein Foundation Support Mary B. and Alvin P. Gutman Frank Thomas, Esq. Janet E. Ramsey Barbara B. Supplee David Haas Toll Brothers Inc. ACE Group David V. Randall Helen L. Swain Dorrance H. Hamilton UGI Corporation Albert J. Lofgren & Antoinette Farrar Kevin Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Swanson Henkels & McCoy, Inc. Urban Engineers, Inc. Seymour Donor‐Advised Fund of Diane Reed Laurel Sweeney Hess Foundation Valley Green Bank the Philadelphia Foundation John J. Reiff Richard Tanfield IKON Public Affairs Group, LLC Waste Management Anonymous Anna K. Reimann Senator Christine M. Tartaglione Independence Blue Cross Sandra and Timothy Weckesser Comcast Foundation Peter H. Reinke Elizabeth T. Taylor INTECH Construction Inc. Wells Appel Dolfinger‐McMahon Foundation Curtis Reitz Thomas R. Ten Have Susan and Stephen Jacobs Richard T. Welsh The Dow Chemical Company Edward M. Resovsky Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Kaiserman Company Whitemarsh Foundation The Lenfest Foundation Clifford A. Rieders Thompson Ann and Tom Kent WHYY MedRisk Inc. Len Rieser Susan Thornton Jane and Leonard Korman NovaCare Rehabilitation Frank R. Robertson Charles Tonetti KPMG LLP Pitch in for Baseball Susanne Robinson Nathan van Wooten L.F. Driscoll Company PRWT Services, Inc. The Fairmount Park Franklyn L. Rodgers Paula A. Veneri Lager Raabe Skafte Landscape TD Bank Foundation Conservancy Fiscal Year 2010 Fred Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Vernon Architects , Inc. U.S. Facilities, Inc. Walter R. Romanchek Ilyse Veron Langan Engineering and Environmental Annual Report details William Penn Foundation Stanley W. Root Susan A. 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Rowe Elizabeth Weill AgileCat Lynn and Joe Manko Carol Rowehl Mr. and Mrs. Steven Weinberger AlliedBarton Security Services Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP Rachel Royer Oscar R. Weiner Sarah Andrews Marcum LLP Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rubinstein Ida Weiner Moss Anonymous Sandra and David Marshall Lloyd C. Russow Dr. Michael Weinstein Aqua America Masonry Preservation Group, Inc. John M. Ryan Mildred Weinstock Bachmann Industries, Inc. MBA Equities, Ltd. Thekla W. Sacksteder Elaine Weiss Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll Laura K. McKenna Barbara Ann Salkin Ernest Welde Beneficial Savings Bank MedRisk Inc. Jeffrey Saltz Raymond H. Welsh BINSWANGER Meliora Environmental Design, LLC Jim Scanlan Mr. and Mrs. Donald White Bittenbender Construction, LP MGA Partners Adele Schaeffer Charles White Blank Rome LLP Leslie Anne Miller, Esq. LLC Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schlichting Reginald Whitehead Karen Lloyd Borski Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & William M. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. 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Driscoll Mrs. Julius Rosenwald II Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Singer Econsult Corporation John M. Ryan Peter T. Siskind Michael J. Emmi Saul Ewing LLP BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN John K. Binswanger PRESIDENT John Gattuso VICE PRESIDENT Leslie Anne Miller Esq. TREASURER Carol S. Eicher SECRETARY Sandra W. Weckesser Esq. Cynthia Affleck John B. Kelly III J.B. Broms Joseph M. Manko Sr. Esq. Scott Conking Robert N.C. Nix III Esq. Edward M. D’Alba, P.E. Philip Price Jr. Michael DiBerardinis Edward G. Rendell Edith R. Dixon Laura Shell Mark A. Focht, FASLA Frank Thomas Esq. James H. Gately, emeritus William L. Wilson Debra Wolf Goldstein STAFF Kathryn Ott Lovell Executive Director Meg Holscher Director of Development Jeanette Arthur Development Associate Chris Countryman Marketing and Communications Intern Fairmount Park Conservancy 1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Suite 1670 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (p)215‐988‐9334 (f)215‐988‐9335 myphillypark.org facebook.com/FairmountParkConservancy
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