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Ben & Anna Weston (2006) Nicholas Neillsville (1999) Jessica Wausau (2001) Shayla Edgar (2003) Bridgett Schofield (1995)

Tammy, Birnamwood (2005); Jillian & Jeffrey, Merrill (1994); Jennifer, Colby (2002); Matthew, Wau sau (2006); Simeon, Wausau (2003)

Jasen Marshfield (2007) Callie Medford (2000) Devyn Antigo (2007) Joseph Wausau (2007) Paul Marshfield (1991) Lizzy Wausau (2001)

Plover (2007); Derek, Rhinelander (1998); Elizabeth, Craig, Nekoosa (2004); Hunter, Arbor Vitae (2001); Kati, Stratford (1993) Kristine, Wisconsin Rapids (2003);

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The board and staff of the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network

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ver the past two decades, donors, sponsors and volunteers have helped raise more than $8 million through Children’s Miracle Network (CMN), touching a countless number of children and their families in north central Wisconsin. Throughout the past 20 years, we have highlighted the stories of more than 100 children who have been helped by the generous donations given to CMN. We have asked these families to share with us how they are doing today. As you read their stories, you will be touched knowing that your support helped pave the path through their incredible journeys. Children’s Miracle Network has significantly impacted children’s services throughout the north central Wisconsin region. In 2006, Saint Joseph’s Hospital received recognition as a Children’s Hospital from the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI), creating Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. CMN was instrumental in funding many of the programs that made that recognition possible. Your support of CMN has funded numerous not-for-profit agencies and programs that address healthcare needs of children including fire departments, ambulance services, and other healthcare agencies. I am blessed to have been part of an organization that has made a difference in the lives of so many families. And, as we look back and celebrate 20 years of impacting lives, let us be inspired to invest in the next two decades of caring for children. —Patti Shafto-Carlson Director of Development, Children’s Services

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he 20th annual Children’s Miracle Network Celebration will be a reunion of past miracle children, medical staff and TV-9 talent. Join us on May 31 and June 1, as we celebrate the lives of the children touched over the past two decades, as well as recognize those who have so generously contributed throughout the years. The live television broadcast will begin at 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 31, and conclude at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 1. Whether you come in person for the live broadcast in the Mother Frances Streitel Conference Center at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, or tune in to WAOW TV-9, you will be amazed at the stories we will share. Your hosts for the event include WAOW TV-9’s Melissa Langbehn, Erik Mrotek and Pam Warnke. WYTE’s Mark Skibba again will be joining the team on Sunday, sharing special reports about Children’s Miracle Network funded projects and programs. Ken Steckbauer and Kelli Martin will be on-hand accepting donations, sharing miracle stories and reporting live from the activities taking place in the

courtyard at the Hospital’s Conference Center. Those activities will take place on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. and will include a petting zoo, inflatable rides, carnival games, mini rodeo, SafeAssured ID and car seat checks. Please join us as we celebrate 20 years of miracles!

Events Benefiting Children’s Miracle Network
here are many events scheduled throughout the year that benefit Children’s Miracle Network. Thanks to many businesses, organizations and sponsors, the calendar fills up quickly with Children’s Miracle Network activities. Please check the CMN website at www.cmnwi.org on a regular basis for an up-to-date calendar of events. If you are planning an event, or wish to plan an event that benefits Children’s Miracle Network, an application form must be submitted and approved. Please keep in mind that all events benefiting Children’s Miracle Network must uphold the mission, vision and values of Children’s Miracle Network, Saint Joseph’s Hospital and the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital. The application and guidelines are available at the CMN website or call the Children’s Miracle Network office at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. 715.387.7358 or 800.428.5000 (Wis. only)

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The 2008 Celebration Broadcast Team, (center) Pam Warnke, Erik Mrotek and Melissa Langbehn, surrounded by past miracle children. (See cover for names, city of residence and year featured on CMN.)

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20 Years of Miracle Children ...
Since 1989, children from throughout north central Wisconsin have been featured during the annual Children’s Miracle Network celebration. These children, treated at Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, represent the thousands of kids who have faced medical struggles and triumphs in our area. The year indicates when they were featured at the CMN celebration event. We hope you enjoy their updated stories. 1989

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n 1989, Lesley Spychalla of Rothschild was one of three children featured during the first Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. She was born on February 26, 1987—approximately four months early. She weighed 1 pound, 8 ounces, at birth,

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rian Jewett, Jr., of Arpin went through a lot in the first year of his life—numerous tests, two cardiac catheterizations and open-heart surgery— all before he was seven months old. The doctors were pleased with how he came through surgery, while he won all the nurses over with his light blonde hair, blue eyes and smile full of sunshine. Throughout his adolescence, Brian continued to have doctor visits and medication treatment. The best news came late in his teens when his doctor was confident that he would no longer need his medication.

dropping to 1 pound, 5 ounces, before the battle for her growth outside the womb began. She spent 3 1⁄2 months in the neonatal intensive care unit at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Low muscle tone in her legs held her back just a bit for her first two years. Today, Lesley is 21 years old. She graduated from DC Everest Senior High in June 2005, where she competed in cross country and track, and was a member of the National Honor Society. She is currently a junior at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she is majoring in English with a minor in Spanish, and doing absolutely great.
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Today, Brian works for Advance Auto Parts in Marshfield and enjoys his job. He loves being outdoors to fish and hunt. His other passion is the sport of truck pulling. Brian is the part owner/driver of ‘Jewett’s Blue Persuasion’, pulling in memory of the late Warren Bloch. Brian was married in the fall 2007 to his high school sweetheart, April, and their daughter Makayha Rose was born in March 2008.
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hannon Kokkeler of Stevens Point was born with an underdeveloped right leg. Through casts and braces, the leg and foot developed correctly, but grew at a slower rate than her left. By 1990, the discrepancy was nearly three inches. She was given several options, including the new Illizarov Leg Lengthening procedure. At the age of 10, Shannon and her family opted for the surgery. Today, Shannon is 28 years old. She is married and lives in Eden Prairie, Minnesota with her husband, two cats and a dog. She shares that because of her surgery she has been able to lead a full life. She attended college at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and graduated as a Chemical Engineer. She’s traveled all over the world, to 26 different countries. Shannon says that walking a lot is a must in traveling and her leg has held up well.

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n August 2, 1990, at the age of eight, Aaron St. Peter suffered serious injuries when he was struck by a van while riding his bicycle. His injuries included a crushed ankle, fractured leg and severe head trauma, which left him in a coma for seven days. Aaron remained at Saint Joseph’s Hospital for a month while he received extensive therapy.

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hen Brandon and Brian Skrzypchak of Wausau were born in 1979, the outlook was bleak. Brandon weighed just over 3 pounds, and Brian was 2 pounds, 13 ounces. Their parents put them in God’s hands and let the doctors and staff take charge. Brandon was finally able to come home after two months while Brian remained hospitalized for 9 1⁄2 months. Despite a few setbacks the first two years, these brothers have grown into responsible young men. Today, Brandon has a lovely wife Nicole and an adorable little girl, Piper. He is a recruiter for the Army National Guard. He has proudly served his country in Iraq. Brian works in building maintenance and enjoys working with motorcycles and fourwheelers in his spare time. As Brandon and Brian approach their 30th birthday next year, their family is forever grateful to Dr. Opitz, the special nurses, and all who were involved in their care.

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Today, Aaron is a healthy 26-yearold. He graduated from Lincoln High School, Wisconsin Rapids and then earned a degree as a Computer Information Systems Technician from Mid-State Technical College. Currently Aaron is a cable technician for the local cable company in Wisconsin Rapids. Aaron enjoys participating in sports such as snowshoeing, snowboarding, hockey, and off-road bike riding (wearing a helmet, always).

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eidi Verhage’s story began at the age of 18 months when it was discovered she had a brain tumor. Although benign, Heidi had a long road ahead of her following surgery. Her parents, living in Plover, had to teach her to crawl

and walk all over again. Her mother did therapy with her three times a day for months. She always had trouble with her balance and vision. Heidi took Tae Kwon Do, which helped with her balance. She achieved a black belt. During her senior year at SPASH, she was a cheerleader during the football season. Heidi attends MidState Technical College, pursuing a career in Health and Human Services. She works very hard at school, and continues to get extra help when needed. She is a good student, and is doing very well. Heidi turned 20 years old in January 2008.

aul Zieglmeier of Marshfield was born three weeks early in March 1986, with posterior encephalocele, a water sac at the nape of the neck. This diagnosis is similar to spina bifida, only the defect is higher along the spinal column. After 50 days in the hospital, five surgeries, and six spinal taps, Paul was able to go home. Today, Paul leads an active and happy life. He enjoys 4-wheeling, canoeing, hunting, fishing, biking, movies, television and golf. Paul participates in swimming, bowling, bocce and basketball through Special Olympics. He also participates with lifelong learning opportunities for adults with disabilities. Since graduating from high school in 2005, Paul has volunteered for the Marathon/Wood County Department of Aging. He also enjoys his job at the Opportunity Development Center. At 22 years of age, Paul has exceeded all expectations, continuously learning and inspiring everyone around him.

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illian and Jeffrey Saal of Merrill, born in 1988 and 1993 respectively, aren’t your typical siblings. Both children were born with Agranulocytosis – Neutropenia (an abnormally small number of white blood cells in their bodies), and were transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Jillian spent three weeks in the unit before her condition improved enough for her to go home. By the time Jeffrey was born, new medications had been developed, enabling his body to make white blood cells. Today, Jillian is 19 years old and an honors graduate of Merrill High School. She attends UW-Marathon County and will transfer to U.W.-Stevens Point, majoring in Elementary Education. She will be tutoring two Russian students this summer. Jeffrey is 15 years old and is a sophomore at Merrill High School. He, too, is on the honor roll. He is a typical teen, looking forward to getting his driver’s license. He plays football and is currently on the varsity track team. He is planning a trip to Costa Rica with his Spanish class next spring. He is planning to further his education in Natural Resources after high school.

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llan Koffler of Stetsonville was featured during the 1995 Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. The 11-year-old shared his story about his battle with Burkett’s Lymphoma. He had to undergo rigorous chemotherapy treatments, and spent a good deal of time at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Since his diagnosis of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and subsequent treatments, he has remained cancer free. Allan graduated from Medford Senior High School in 2003, after which he joined the United States Marine Corps. During his service, he attained the rank of Sergeant and was a black belt martial arts instructor. He spent two years stationed in Okinawa, Japan as a demolition expert. While there he spent time in Thailand, Iwo Jima and the Philippines. He also fulfilled a deployment to Iraq. Allan is now 23 years old and is currently living in Medford working part-time while he pursues a degree in Criminal Justice.

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n August 12, 1992, Bradley Krings of Ladysmith was rushed by ambulance to Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield with severe abdominal pain and lifethreatening symptoms. The healthy baseball catcher entering the 4th grade was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Burkett’s Lymphoma. Surgery, chemotherapy and a stem cell harvest followed. Brad won his battle with cancer and attended UWLaCrosse and received a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems. Currently, he is in management at Bush Brothers & Company in Augusta. He is the assistant coach for the girl’s basketball team at Eleva-Strum High School, which made it to the state tournament this year. As Brad approaches his 25th birthday, he enjoys hunting, fishing, archery, baseball and snowmobiling. Brad continues to be a role model and inspiration to many. Brad faces each day with enthusiasm and life.

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ridget Duffy of Wausau was born with hip dysplasia, where the ball of her right hip was outside of the socket. But that didn’t stop Bridget from competing in various pageants and taking dance. By the time she was four years old, she had undergone five surgeries and had been in eight body casts. Since appearing on the 1995 Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, Bridget has competed in many more pageants and participates in sports. She continues to dance and recently started competitive cheerleading. In June 2007 she graduated from high school with a 4.0 GPA. She is currently in her first year at North Central Technical College in Wausau. Her goals for the future are to become either a forensic investigator or a trauma surgeon. She plans to attend UW-Madison and major in medicine and minor in dance.

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alla Gelhausen of Deerbrook was born with multiple holes in the chambers of her heart, which caused increased blood flow to her lungs. Just after birth, surgeons placed a band around her pulmonary artery to constrict the blood flow. At age five, tests revealed that many of the holes in her heart had closed, but one large one remained. She had surgery where the band around the artery was removed and the remaining hole patched. Calla graduated from Antigo High School in 2007 and decided that she wanted to pursue a career in nursing. She has been working as a certified nursing assistant for the past two years. She is currently attending school at UW-La Crosse, but will transfer to UW-Oshkosh next year to be closer to home. Calla continues to have checkups for her heart every few years and is having no problems! She is doing well and looks forward to finishing college in only three more years!

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n July 25, 1994, 11-year-old Cassandra Bourget of Stanley fell from the back of a pickup truck and hit her head. After being airlifted to Saint Joseph’s Hospital, she remained hospitalized for three months, two of those spent in a coma due to a traumatic brain injury. Cassandra slowly came out of the coma, and by the end of October was ready to come home. Extensive therapy followed as Cassandra learned how to walk again.

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n 1990, Katie Gojmerac of Rib Lake was born pre-mature and spent the first few months of her life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Three years later, her sister, Emily, was born with similar complications. As infants, both suffered from respiratory distress syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, and other problems.

Today, Katie is 18 and graduated from high school in May. She plans to attend Northcentral Technical College this fall. She will be working toward a degree in Law Enforcement and hopes to become a detective. Right now, she enjoys reading, watching movies and hanging out with her friends. Emily was almost three years old when she was on the Telethon. At the age of five she developed Stage III kidney cancer. She did well through her treatments and now is a sophomore and very healthy young lady. She joined track for the first time this year and she loves to sew and create her own clothing designs.
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Today, Cassandra is a college graduate obtaining a Bachelors degree at UW-Stout in Business with a concentration in Service Management. She continues to receive medical care as she had a pancreas transplant a few years ago and is hoping to have another transplant in about a year. Cassandra has also battled cancer. Because of all she’s gone through, Cassandra is working on her autobiography. Cassandra’s motto is: Be Happy…You only live once!

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erek Thorn of Rhinelander was born February 13, 1996. He was 3 1⁄2 months premature and weighed 2 pounds, 3 ounces. In 2002 he had surgery to lengthen his heel cord, release his hamstring and he had a proximal femoral derotation osteotomy.

Other than having his heel cord lengthened again and a distal femoral epiphysiodesis in 2008, Derek is a happy and healthy boy, going into the 7th grade. He loves to play basketball and baseball and enjoys swimming. He also likes hunting and fishing with his Dad and taking bike rides with his Mom. Derek is an “A/B” student in school and someday wants to be an author. Derek’s many friends would describe him as fun loving, has a great sense of humor (his goal is to make you laugh) and is easy going. Derek has beaten the odds and continues to be resilient. You will rarely see him without a smile on his face and enjoying life! He truly is a miracle!

n January 1997, 9-year-old Nicole Schreiner of Athens was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Although Nicole fought and overcame her long battle, which included chemotherapy treatments, she has had long-term effects from her illness. In 2006 she lost her hearing completely in one ear and had very little hearing in the other. On December 18, 2007, she received a Cochlear implant, and she could hear once again. Nicole graduated from Athens High School in 2006. She is 20 years old and is still trying to determine a career path, but she knows she can do anything she sets her mind to. Having had cancer and surviving has helped her learn that being positive and fighting for what you want pays off. Some of Nicole’s hobbies include turkey hunting, camping, and spending time with family and friends. She says “Life is a journey… live it up!”

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ali Busche of Stratford was a miracle the day she was born. She was premature with congenital heart disease and spent her first few weeks of life in the NICU at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. During her first year of life she had many hospitalizations. Cali was one of the Miracle children for Children’s Miracle Network in 1999. Shortly thereafter, Cali underwent open-heart surgery at Saint Joseph’s Hospital where she spent time in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and on the Pediatric Unit. Today, Cali is nine years old and in the third grade at Stratford Elementary School. She enjoys playing outside, riding her bike, listening to Hannah Montana music and keeping up with her sisters. Cali loves animals, especially frogs and her dog, Jack. She is doing well from a cardiac standpoint, with no future surgeries planned at this time. She continues to be followed by Dr. Finta, Pediatric Cardiologist at Marshfield Clinic and many other excellent health care providers.

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en-year-old Anna Arndt’s problems began when she became noticeably tired and irritable. A blood test and a marrow aspirate confirmed the reason—Acute Lymphocyctic Leukemia (ALL)— the most common of the childhood malignancies. Anna spent a lot of time at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, located practically in her backyard in Marshfield. Since her remission, Anna has not needed medical attention for anything other than a sore throat and college physical. On July 26, 1999, her brother’s 18th birthday, Anna was diagnosed with leukemia. Exactly eight years later, on July 26, 2007, a few days before driving away to college and her future, her parents received a letter from the Marshfield Clinic stating that Anna’s blood work from the college physical was normal. They saved the letter. Today Anna is a freshman at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK, studying elementary education.

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n June 19, 1999, Callie Neumann was born, but she was not the healthy bouncing baby that her parents, of Medford, dreamed of. In the NICU at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, Callie was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy. Four days after her birth, Callie was not expected to make it through the night. Although she had congestive heart failure and difficulty breathing, she did make it. Callie has done very well since her tough start and didn’t require any more medical treatments after she turned six months old. She is now 8 years old and in second grade. She is a social butterfly. She loves her family (being an auntie to her little niece, Brynn) and her friends. She has a dog named Bo and a donkey named Burt, which she rides when he’s not being stubborn. Her favorite outing is going to Cedar Creek Water Park because she loves swimming!

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n November 1998, 10-year-old Jacob Brandt of Mosinee was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, a life long chronic illness. Jacob missed a lot of school and endured many hospitalizations. He has struggled with various therapies and medicines in an attempt to gain control of his disease. Radio became Jacob’s “lifeline” to help him get through some very lonely and unrelenting times dealing with his illness. This allowed him to start living his broadcasting dream. Jacob’s first real radio job became a reality at a Wausau station, which provided him with a group of “radio comrades” that would nurture his undying ambition to be a DJ. Now, a young adult in college, he realizes that his disease is still there—and can hit with a vengeance. Surgery was needed in December of 2007. He attends UW-Oshkosh and also works at an Oshkosh radio station. The pure will of this young man is amazing—trying to live his life as normal as possible, but also having to come to terms with the frustrations of this awful disease and how it affects his daily life.

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obby Hahn of Vesper fractured his fifth vertebrae in a swimming accident in July 2000. After 2 1⁄2 months, he left Saint Joseph’s Hospital with the aide of crutches and a wheelchair. For the next three years he received both occupational and physical therapy two to three times a week. Bobby never regained 100% use on his left side, but does walk with the help of a brace on his left leg. In 2002, Bob graduated from Assumption High School in Wisconsin Rapids. He then earned a degree in business and finance from Madison Area Technical College in 2005. He is currently employed at Associated Bank in Stevens Point. He enjoys playing on a dart team and has helped manage his brother Nick’s softball team. Bob also has two nephews, Eli and Owen, who think the world of him. Bob’s motto is, “never give up.”
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n March 2000, 6-month-old Hunter Zimmerman of Arbor Vitae had surgery to close several holes in his heart. He was one of the first pediatric heart patients to undergo open heart surgery at Saint Joseph’s Hospital through a unique partnership between the Hospital, the Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and Marshfield Clinic Now eight years old, and with a healthier than ever heart, Hunter Zimmerman enjoys attending the second grade. In his school studies, he loves math and reading the best. At home, books have always been his favorite toy, but movies are now a close second. Hunter loves to role-play all of the character parts in the movies he enjoys, and his parents believe he’ll likely become an actor. Hunter, who has Down syndrome, participated in Special Olympics after his 8th birthday in September of 2007, and quickly earned himself a 2nd place ribbon, and in the divisional contest, the third place bronze.

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hen Jesi Gault of Wausau was 15 years old, she complained of her chest hurting when she coughed. She had been sick about three weeks with either a cold or the flu. After a CT scan, Jesi’s family learned that her abdomen was riddled with tumors. She was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin’s disease—the disease had spread throughout her body. Today, Jessica is 24 years old, and, after extensive treatments and hospitalizations, is cancer-free. She likes to be called “Jessica” instead of the nickname Jesi. In the nearly eight years that she has been in remission, the only problem is that her body is more susceptible to viruses. Jessica has taken classes for computer support specialist, but has decided to take time off to work. She is currently a waitress at a small restaurant in Wausau. She takes one day at a time and enjoys living life to the fullest.

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izzy Miller of Wausau was born four months before her due date. On November 15, 1997, she came into the world weighing 1 pound, 3 1⁄2 ounces. Small, weak and barely 12 inches long, Lizzy was very underdeveloped and spent three months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Lizzy is now in the 4th grade and, at ten years old, is doing very well. She has progressed normally since her release from the NICU in 1998. She is doing great in school. Lizzy loves to read and participated in the Elementary School Book Bowl this year. She plays the piano and the recorder and enjoys playing soccer in the summer. She also likes to swim and go tubing behind the boat. She loves to play with her friends. Her family thanks God every day for Lizzy. She truly is a miracle.

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t the age of 10, Matthew Harrington of Wausau had a brain bleed that nearly took his life. Following surgery to clip the cerebral artery aneurysm deep in the back of his brain, Matthew began his 3 1⁄2-month journey back to life at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Three days after his discharge from the Hospital, Matthew started rehabilitation for three hours a day, five days a week. Since that time, Matthew has continued to progress very well and is now a senior at Wausau East High School. He does have some short-term memory loss, but Matthew’s family feels it’s a small price considering all he’s been through. Matthew likes to play the piano, participates in Special Olympics, and is active in his church youth group. He enjoys traveling with his family and especially loves to play golf with his Dad.

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n July 2001, 14-year-old Jennifer Duginski took a ride on a six-wheel ATV. To this day no one is quite sure what happened, but the vehicle flipped. By the time she arrived at the emergency department at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, she had signs of a severe head injury. After being sedated and intubated, tests confirmed Jennifer had a severe skull fracture that was depressing into her brain causing a severe brain injury. On Jennifer’s 15th birthday, she had surgery to alleviate the pressure on her brain. After days of ups and downs and lengthy therapy, Jennifer was able to go home. Today, 21-year-old Jennifer is fully recovered. She graduated from Colby High School in 2004 and attended North Central Technical College with a degree in Graphic Communications and Electronic Publishing. She works at Baer’s Beverage, Inc., in Weston. She and her finance, Tim, have a daughter, Kaylee Jo, born on June 29, 2007.

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n July 1998, while working on the family farm in Thorp, 13-year-old Brandon Baures fell from the hay wagon and was crushed by its wheels. He was airlifted to Saint Joseph’s Hospital with two collapsed lungs and a broken rib. His heart was displaced and damaged. Amazingly, eleven days later, Brandon was able to go home. Following Brandon’s appearance on the 2003 Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, he attended UW-Madison for two years in the Agriculture Short Course program. In February 2007, he purchased his parents’ Holstein milk cows along with another small herd. He and his brother plan to take over the farm, which has been in the family for 54 years. Brandon has a great love for Allis Chambers tractors and enjoys tractor pulls. He likes to spend time with his family and friends as well as bowling, hunting and fishing. He has not needed follow-up medical care since the year of his accident. He will always be a miracle to his family.

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hen Kristine Kopelke of Wisconsin Rapids was 2 years old, she was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis (MG), a rare form of muscular dystrophy. Her case was very unique because she was born without a thymus gland and the removal of that gland is one of the treatments for MG. She continues to have complications as her disease has affected her lungs. She tends to get pneumonia, along with a lot of hospitalizations. Kristine receives IVIG treatments every month to help her immune system because it has been altered. Kristine is now 13 years old and is in 7th grade at Port Edwards School. She does very well in school. She continues to be a fighter and very stubborn. Her parents think that is what keeps her going. She loves to fish and play video games and goes to the MDA camp at Green Lake every year. Kristine also loves her dog and cat, Izzik and Oreo.

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imeon Schult of Wausau was born March 5, 2001 with idiopathic hydrops fetails. She had major swelling and was placed on a respirator due to respiratory distress. She spent five weeks in the NICU at Saint Joseph’s Hospital.

Today, Simeon’s miracle rescue from massive hydrops fetalis has shown few if any lingering results. She continues to grow, learn, laugh and play, now as a first grader at Trinity Lutheran School, where her daddy is Principal. She is a good student, with a surprising ability to memorize the AWANA Bible verses. Quiet and shy in public, she is a giggle machine with family and friends. Simeon is active in Y-league basketball and soccer, t-ball and softball, and loves her dance classes. Purple is her favorite color and anything with a princess captures her delight for hours. Simeon’s greatest gift is her love for Jesus and her ability to share that special love with other people.

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n May 25, 2001, Craig Elsen of Nekoosa came into the world blue and fighting for his life. He suffered from PPHN (Pulmonary Hypertension in Newborns) and was rushed to Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Even with all the odds against him Craig’s condition improved and his family took their beautiful baby boy home from the neonatal intensive care unit thirteen days later. Today, that little baby, who was up against so much at birth, is now an incredibly healthy and happy young boy. Craig is seven years old and a first grader at Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Nekoosa. According to his parents, he is very smart and has endured absolutely no set backs or any delays due to his condition’s possible side affects. Craig is very active and enjoys any sport, especially wrestling. He also likes spending time with the family on a day out at the lake, boating, fishing and tubing.

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oshua Svejda’s story begins 20 years ago when, at 2 1⁄2 years of age, he was diagnosed with Rhabdomyo Sarcoma, a form of cancer. He overcame that battle, but then at the age of 15, a lump was discovered on his neck. He had T-Cell NonHodgkin’s Lymphoma, another form of cancer.

It was determined that Joshua was born with a rare chromosome birth defect called Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome. Among other characteristics of the syndrome, there is an increased risk for cancer. Today, Josh is 22 years old and is doing well. Most of the medical difficulties are due to his past cancer treatments and other problems he deals with on a daily basis from his Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome. Josh graduated from Spencer High School in 2005. He is currently going to school at Northcentral Technical College in Rhinelander for Culinary Arts. He works on the weekends at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in the Food and Nutrition Services Department. His hobby for horses continues to grow. Josh continues to live his “Don’t quit” rule.

n October of 2002, 2 1⁄2-year-old Garrett Metz of Schofield came down with the flu. He gradually improved, however, the following month, the lymph nodes in his neck started to swell. After extensive testing, the Metz’s were told that Garrett had Leukemia and treatment began immediately. Today, Garrett is cancer free! He is in third grade at Evergreen Elementary School and is enjoying life to its fullest. Although off treatment for over a year, he will continue to see his doctor for follow-up until 2011. For the most part the Metz family has settled into a normal family life. However, when Garrett has fevers or complains of bone pain, it can easily shake his parents. The only major obstacle is the weakness in Garrett’s legs as a result of the chemotherapy. But this hasn’t stopped Garrett from enjoying the sports he loves – football, basketball and baseball. Garrett is a child who can show you the world in a whole new light.

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ne-year-old Madalyn Phelps of McNaughton, Wisconsin didn’t want to walk anymore. She had a fever and it appeared that her knee was bothering her. Her parents took her to the doctor where tests were done on the tissue from her knee joint fluid. The test results revealed that Madalyn had Stage IV Neuroblastoma—cancer. Since the tumor was located in the abdominal area and had already spread to the knee, high-dose chemotherapy was needed, as well as two surgeries, a bone marrow transplant and 12 rounds of radiation therapy. Today, Madalyn is five years old and has been cancer-free for nearly three years. The family has experienced highs and lows, as MRI scans have shown lesions on her right femur, but were determined to be non-cancerous. The family now resides in Marshfield to be closer to medical care. Madalyn attends prekindergarten. She likes to draw, color, and play with her sister and her dog.

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en years ago, the Hass family of Wausau learned they were going to have twins. An ultrasound, however, revealed that the male twin had Spina Bifida. Matthew and Megan were delivered by C-section seven weeks early. Matthew required surgery to close the opening in his spine. Since then, he has had numerous surgeries on his eyes and hip, and has had his shunt revisited four times. In 2006, he had hip surgery with six weeks in a hip spica cast, causing his bones to deteriorate. Physical therapy and a year of IV drug treatments have strengthened his bones—no more fractures. Matthew will always use a wheelchair for mobility, but there isn’t much that slows him down! Matthew is in the third grade at Thomas Jefferson School in Wausau. His greatest accomplishment this past year was being part of the inaugural season of the Wisconsin Warriors Sled Hockey Team. Matt is thrilled to actually be able to participate in a team sport, like his friends. Matt loves to tease his sister, play video games, watch SpongeBob and play catch. He loves to watch Milwaukee Brewer games and was very sad the day Brett Favre retired from the Green Bay Packers.
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asen Kracht, then of Wausau, was born at Saint Joseph’s Hospital weighing 1 pound, 7 ounces. He had a cranial hemorrhage into his brain and interstitial emphysema. He had a collapsed lung, bleeding in his lungs, and needed a highfrequency ventilator. After three months, the ventilator was removed, and Jasen eventually went home, weighing 4 pounds, 9 ounces. Eight-year-old Jasen recently completed first grade at Washington Elementary School in Marshfield. He continues to be active in sports, including soccer, basketball and baseball. He earned his blue belt in Tae Kwon Do and participated in a team sparring tournament. Once a shy boy, he now cannot wait for recess with his friends to play ball tag. Jasen no longer wears bilateral below-the-knee leg braces. Instead, he uses shoe inserts. Jasen’s biggest change since last year is the addition of eyeglasses. Initially, he was very hesitant to wear them. Now, it’s the first thing he puts on in the morning!

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t the age of eight, Jeremiah Hubing was diagnosed with Histiocytosis X, a rare blood disease that was eating away at his bones. Jeremiah had to have part of his rib removed. The disease also affected his pelvis and vertebrae. Six months of chemotherapy followed. He was declared disease-free in early 2007. However, the happiness and carefree life was to come to an abrupt end. Two weeks before the CMN Telethon, Jeremiah started having pain and symptoms of the disease. Once again, they were thrown into the life of doctor visits, CT scans, and biopsies. The histiocytosis was back with a vengeance. Chemotherapy was started immediately. Jeremiah had to again watch his football team from the sidelines. Jeremiah has since completed the required six months of chemotherapy. He has had his first set of scans, which are showing the affected areas to be shrinking. Even though this relapse has been stressful and unexpected, Jeremiah has maintained good grades and his positive “get it done” attitude.

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t looked like most any family reunion … lots of children, hugs, laughs, and reminiscing, and even photo albums. But this wasn’t any ordinary family gathering. On October 21, 2007, the Wildwood Pavilion in Marshfield became the venue for a special reunion, “Looking Back…A 20-Year Celebration” of Children’s Miracle Network champions and their families. The 2008 CMN campaign is marking the 20th year that Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital has been a member of the Children’s Miracle Network program. The reunion picnic is the first of many events that will take place to celebrate this milestone. Past miracle children, their families, staff and media partners TV-9 and WYTE were invited to attend the fall picnic. More than 150 people enjoyed an array of food, painted pumpkins, watched a video review of the past 20 years, played trivia games, had their caricatures drawn and enjoyed the fellowship of other families.

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any individuals give gifts annually to Children’s Miracle Network. These donations are greatly appreciated. Another easy way to make a difference and at the same time leave a legacy is by making a contribution through a bequest or devise. A bequest is a gift of cash or stock, and a devise is a gift of real estate—both of which are made through your will or trust to a charity, such as the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital restricted to Children’s Miracle Network. In addition, a bequest or devise can be a way to reflect the individuality of one’s life—a testimonial about the people and the values that they have come to know as important. There are several ways in which a person can make a bequest or devise, such as a cash contribution, stocks, real estate, life insurance, annuities, etc. Each gift type has different financial ramifications, so it is important to seek professional advice from an attorney or financial advisor before making final decisions. There is also a specific way to restrict your planned gift to ensure your donation is helping children in north central Wisconsin. Children’s Miracle Network is a part of the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Marshfield. As such, donations need to be stated as follows: 1. For a specific dollar amount: “I give to the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Marshfield, Wisconsin, restricted to Children’s Miracle Network, (dollar

amount) to be used for its exempt purposes.” 2. To specify certain property: “I give the following (identify particular item of real estate and/or stock) to the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Marshfield, Wisconsin restricted to Children’s Miracle Network to be used for its exempt purposes.” 3. To give all or part of the residue of the estate: “All (or a percent) of the residue of my estate, I give to the Foundation of Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Marshfield, Wisconsin, restricted to Children’s Miracle Network to be used for its exempt purposes.” Children’s Miracle Network welcomes financial bequests to help meet its mission. By providing a planned gift to Children’s Miracle Network, you will help children in the north central Wisconsin area lead healthier and happier lives. For further information about making a bequest or devise, see your financial advisor.

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(Left) WYTE staff present Director of Development – Children’s Services, Patti Shafto-Carlson, a check from the Radiothon’s efforts.

Radiothon 2008 will take place September 18 – 20 at Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital.

(Above) WYTE’s Mark Skibba interviews Matthew Hass, a 2006 CMN Champion who was born with Spina Bifida.

(Above) Richelle Kroening, music therapist, performs “Sweet Child of Mine” live at the WYTE Radiothon, alongside WYTE’s Mark Skibba (left) and Ken Steckbauer. (Right) Volunteers collect called-in pledges for the 2007 WYTE Radiothon.

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t has been emphasized time after time that 100 percent of the funds raised for Children’s Miracle Network stays at the local CMN Hospital. This directive is true with all Children’s Miracle Network sponsors—including national sponsors. The following national sponsors are proud supporters of the local Children’s Miracle Network campaign. Please support them in their efforts to help kids.

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ince 1989, there have been thousands of CMN sponsors and donors, but only 14 of them have the distinction of being 20-Year CMN supporters. The following businesses and organizations were recognized at the CMN Kick-off Celebration in March for their two decades of support. Congratulations for making miracles happen for kids (the total indicates contributions from 1989-2007).

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he Mother Frances Streitel Conference Center was ROCKIN on Saturday and Sunday, June 2 & 3, 2007, as it was the venue for the 19th annual Children’s Miracle Network Celebration. Thanks to the generosity and support of thousands of local sponsors, donors and volunteers it was the scene for the unveiling of a record-breaking year. At 5 p.m., hosts Melissa Langbehn, Pam Warnke and Erik Mrotek announced that $716,305 was raised during the 2006 campaign year. The Conference Center was transformed into a live television broadcast studio with decorations that complimented the theme, KIDS ROCK. Cameras, lights and decorations created a fun and exciting atmosphere for everyone who attended. As always, the highlight of the weekend’s event was the miracle children who courageously shared their stories, including Ellie Hellweg of Plover, who is battling leukemia; Jasen Kracht of

Marshfield, an infant born months before his due date; Joseph Gurholt of Wausau, a teenager who recovered completely from several brain bleeds after a tragic ski crash; Devyn Peschke of Antigo, a little girl who wakes up every day and does something the doctors never thought would be possible; and Jeremiah Hubing of Stratford, a young boy who battles a rare blood disease. Although these five children are from throughout north central Wisconsin and have different stories to share – they have one thing in common…they are all miracles and they were all helped by gifts to Children’s Miracle Network. Thanks to the staff at WAOW TV-9 and guest appearances by WYTE’s Mark Skibba and Ken Steckbauer, viewers were treated to many inspirational stories, as well as check presentations and special interviews. Thanks for being a rock-solid foundation for kids!

CMN Special Events Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $259,020 Partners with Saint Joseph’s Hospital . . . . . . . . . $209,708 Marshfield DoorSystems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $183,118 Wal-Mart, Wisconsin Rapids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $116,607 Dairy Queen, Rhinelander . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $71,633 Wood County Tavern League. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $68,062 Land O’ Lakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,744 Dairy Queen, Marshfield. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,932 M & I Banks, Marshfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $26,802 Dairy Queen, Eagle River. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,204 Dairy Queen, Antigo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,699 Dairy Queen, Stevens Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,405 Dairy Queen, Minocqua . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,166 Dairy Queen, Wausau Grand Ave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,427

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olunteers are a very important part of Children’s Miracle Network. In 2007, nearly 2,000 volunteer hours were recorded toward special events, clerical support and other activities. Sixteen volunteers were recognized for their twenty years of dedication at the annual CMN Kickoff Celebration on March 11. Our congratulations and thanks for helping make miracles happen for two decades. Those volunteers who have helped since the first campaign in 1989 include: Lucy Cannon, Randy & Pat DeBoer, Terry Geurink, Nancy Greenberg, Pauline Haskins, Diane Hoffman, Sue Lindner, Pam Loveland, Deb Rosandich, Pat Shafto, Eileen Shapiro, Peggy Smith, Donna Stone, Chuck and Sharon Thom.
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hildren’s Miracle Network is a national organization, founded in 1983 through the Osmond Foundation in Salt Lake City. But Children’s Miracle Network is different than most national organizations because the local CMN hospital controls how the funds are raised and distributed to help kids. With guidance from the national office, each of the 170 Children’s Miracle Network hospitals in the United States and Canada manages the funds that are raised in their CMN area and maintains the fiscal responsibility of distributing the funds within their local hospital and community. The Children’s Miracle Network program at Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital helps children by funding programs, services and treatment for sick and injured children as well as support programs that seek to prevent injuries and promote healthy lifestyles. In addition, CMN programs help children regardless of the type of disease or injury – all children are important and can benefit from your gifts to Children’s Miracle Network. Finally, all administrative costs associated with the

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Central Wisconsin Contractors Association . $2,500 Ellerbe Becket, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500 Security Health Plan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500 Central Wisconsin Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,517 Dairy Queen, Marshfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,518 RE/MAX New Horizons, Phillips & Medford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,625 Culver’s of Stevens Point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,643 Reliant Rehab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,650 Moose Family Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,853 Brokow Credit Union. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,908 Lincoln County Rodeo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 Marshfield Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 Ministry Health Care Marketing SSO . . . . . . $3,000 Derrico’s Black Belt School . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,004 Wal-Mart #1366, Merrill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,062 SafeAssured ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,112 Dairy Queen, Stevens Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,174 Papa Joe’s Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,201 Bull’s Eye Credit Union. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,281 Wal-Mart #1672, Ashland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,285 RE/MAX American Dream, Marshfield . . . . $3,779 RE/MAX Realty Associates, Stevens Point . $3,832 Culver’s of Marshfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,897 Fellows for Humanity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,285 Dairy Queen, Rhinelander . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,318 CoVantage Credit Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,461 Wal-Mart #1931, Rhinelander . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,569 Woodruff Ace Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,581 Lonely Few Motorcycle Club . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,661 Dairy Queen, Bessemer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,769

uring the 2007 fundraising campaign, north central Wisconsin businesses, organizations and special friends donated more than $736,202 to benefit children in north central Wisconsin through Children’s Miracle Network. We would like to take this opportunity to recognize those organizations that donated $2,500 or more:
Figi’s, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,779 Chili Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000 Heartland Gazebos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000 Central City Credit Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,292 Pioneer Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000 Wal-Mart #1828, Plover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,091 RE/MAX First, LLC, Minocqua . . . . . . . . . . $6,106 Wal-Mart #3245, Hayward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,128 Sam’s Club #6535 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,209 Cost Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,600 Junion Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,700 Wal-Mart #3268, Antigo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,849 CMN Special Events Committee. . . . . . . . . . $7,313 RE/MAX of Wausau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,540 Members’ Advantage Credit Union . . . . . . . . $8,766 Wal-Mart #2510, Minocqua. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,335 Wal-Mart #1202, Wisconsin Rapids . . . . . . . $9,441 Marshfield DoorSystems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000 Partners with Saint Joseph’s Hospital . . . . . $10,000 Country Musicians Reunion . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,221 Wal-Mart #2127, Wausau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,318 Log a Load for Kids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,637 Wisconsin Valley Chapter of Credit Unions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,977 Wal-Mart #2813, Marshfield . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,866 Central Wisconsin Chapter of Credit Unions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,980 Wisconsin Rapids Balloon Rally . . . . . . . . . $23,474 The Lure Bar & Grill Polar Bear Jump . . . . $24,252 Ronald McDonald House Charities . . . . . . . $33,000 Miracle Fest 2007. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $61,295 WYTE Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $97,215

operation and production of Children’s Miracle Network are underwritten by Saint Joseph’s Hospital as well as local and national sponsors so that 100% of your contributions can be used for the purpose you donated it—to help kids. Counties that are included in our north central Wisconsin CMN area include: Adams, Ashland, Bayfield, Clark, Forest, Gogebic (Michigan), Iron, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Portage, Price, Sawyer, Taylor Vilas and Wood. If you would like more information about the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals affiliated with other Wisconsin counties, please contact the CMN office at Saint Joseph’s Hospital or check out the state map at www.cmnwi.org.

All donors from the 2007 CMN Campaign are listed in this issue, beginning on page 26.
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The following projects were made possible due to the many donors to our 2007 Children’s Miracle Network campaign.

Projects Benefiting Children at Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital
Child Life Program Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35,000 Supplying toys, activities, distraction and educational tools for the Child Life team to benefit hospitalized children. Child Life Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$166,000 The Child Life team focuses on the emotional and developmental needs of children and families in the Hospital & Clinic setting; using play and other forms of communication to reduce the stress associated with being a child in the Hospital or having invasive outpatient procedures. Omni Bed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$41,300 Neonatal bed that converts from an isolette to a warmer, reducing the need to move the baby for procedures. Spot PhotoTherapy Lite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 High intensity light focused on neonatal babies that need phototherapy. Equipment and Supply Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100,000 Support of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit expansion project. Brainz Neonatal Brain Function Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,000 A non-invasive tool used at the infant’s bedside to detect and quantify brain injury in premature and sick infants. Pediatric VeinLite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $898 Transilluminator used to assist in IV starts. Pediatric Murals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,000 Wall mural paintings in Peds/NICU to provide distraction and comfort. Hospital Gowns & Blankets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,250 Stylish, trendy and fun gowns are designed for the self-conscious teenage patient. Distraction & Waiting Room Items for Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500 Items provided in the waiting rooms as well as utilized for distraction during painful procedures.

SWANK Movie Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8,040 Age-appropriate movies for children on the Pediatric Unit at Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. Born to Read Program – Birth Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,000 Book-reading encouragement program co-sponsored by Partners with Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Thermometers and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,450 Thermometers and equipment for each bedside in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Aeroneb Pro-X Nebulizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,260 Method to provide safe and consistent medication delivery to critically ill intubated children. Suction Regulators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,200 Providing suction regulators at each Neonatal bedside. Glider Rockers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,250 Providing rocking chairs to calm and soothe infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Projects Benefiting Children at Marshfield Clinic
“Star Scanner” Laser Acquisition System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$60,000 A system to create cranial re-shaping helmets to treat infants with deformational plagiocephaly. The equipment will eliminate the need to sedate the infants to create the mold and get the helmet more quickly. Sedation Services Passport Two Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,152 Monitor used to determine children’s reactions to the sedatives used during sedation procedures. Pediatrics Passport Two Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,152 Monitor used to provide continuous vitals for pediatric patients in the clinical setting.

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Distraction & Waiting Room Items for Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,500 Provides items in the waiting rooms as well as utilized for distraction during painful procedures. Project HAPPI - Help Ambulatory Pediatric Patients Improve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Stuffed animals and other distraction items to help children through a difficult medical procedure. Comfort Supplies for Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Patients . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Providing comfortable seating and ice for patients having chemo or lengthy procedures. Patient Pager/Call System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,325 Call lights like those in a hospital setting to provide comfort to families unable to leave the room. Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors and Cuffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,300 Providing blood pressure readings taken by the child or caregiver during daily activities. Pediatric Services Blanket Warmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,694 Providing warm blankets for ill children in the outpatient clinical setting. Enhancements of Medical Genetics Resource Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,652 Providing Marshfield Clinic staff and families with current information on medical genetics.

Resources for Victims of Child Abuse – Marshfield Clinic, Wausau Center . . . . . . .$846 Booklets and brochures for victims of abuse. Resources for Child Sexual & Physical Abuse Clinic – Marshfield Clinic, Wausau .$458 Booklets and brochures for victims of sexual abuse to be used at the Child Advocacy Center. Breast Pumps – Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5,000 Providing breast pumps through a rental program to encourage the use of breast milk for infants. Asthma Support Group for Children & Teens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,000 Support group for parents and children affected by childhood asthma. “Good Grief” Support for Children & Families – Ministry Home Care . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Monthly gatherings for grieving families with age-specific support for kids to help them cope. Children with ADHD: Parenting Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Program to assist parents and children through an educational parenting course aimed at coping strategies, behavior management skill training and support. Rental Assistance for Families – Ronald McDonald House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,000 Assistance for families unable to meet the $5 a night stay at Ronald McDonald House. Autism Parent Training Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,765 Providing parents with written resources to help their children with autism.

Support Programs for Children and Their Families
Special Needs Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$80,000 Financial assistance for individual families with special needs children for medical requirements. Ketogenic Diet Clinic Educational Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,338 Support for children/families on this special diet (resources, gram scale, supplies).

Children’s Illness and Injury Prevention Projects
CPR Magnets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,200 Reinforcement information on CPR & Obstructed Airway Management given to parents of high-risk infants and children who have completed the class. Child Passenger Safety – Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,000 Providing appropriate car seat restraints for infants and children, while educating and supporting the community at car seat check events.

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Healthy Home Project – Marathon County Health Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Home safety program for Marathon County families with small children (smoke detectors/batteries, outlet covers, cabinet latches, safety gates and firearm trigger locks). SafeAssured ID – Wisconsin Rapids Citizens Police Academy Alumni . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Program to help locate missing children – vital information is captured on a CD. Bike Safety Program – Langlade Memorial Hospital, Antigo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,200 Providing helmets and educating children about the importance of bicycle safety. Bike Safety Program – Marshfield Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,909 Program designed to increase helmet usage and safe riding habits among children. Community Safety Rodeo – Marshfield Clinic, Merrill Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$600 Program designed to increase helmet usage and safe riding habits among children. Bike Helmet Safety Project – Marshfield Clinic Regional Centers . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,000 Program designed to increase helmet usage and safe riding habits among children (Athens, Colby, Greenwood, Loyal, Stratford and Thorp). Bike Safety – Marshfield Clinic, Weston Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Program designed to increase helmet usage and safe riding habits among children. Safe Kids Wood County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Providing safety items (outlet safety plugs, night lights, vehicle shades) through Safe Kids.

Children’s Community Projects in North Central Wisconsin
Remote Fetal Monitoring – Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 A telemedicine system that allows real time viewing of fetal heart monitor strips by the specialist at the offsite location. Taylor County Project Lifesaver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500 Purchase of a transmitter/receiver to help track children with autism and other rescues. Camp Awesum – Eagle River . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Residential summer camp that provides a safe, secure and respectful environment for children with autism. Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Camp - Waupaca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Providing financial assistance to children in our area affected by IBD to attend this camp. Pediatric Supplies & Distraction – Saint Clare’s Hospital, Weston . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,775 Distraction and parent support items including TV/VCR/DVD players & carts, transport wagon designed for children, books and laundry facilities. Feather Your Nest – ABC Healthy Families - Ashland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,200 Encouraging positive parental behaviors which foster the health and well-being of children (check-ups immunizations, home safety, smoking cessation, dental care, nutrition, first aid & CPR). Family-Centered Autism Intervention – The Bridge Center, Marshfield . . . . . . . .$3,000 Providing education and support for families with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Youth Net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12,700 A comprehensive community-based youth development program for atrisk teens. Birth to Three Program – Sawyer County Department of Health & Human Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Providing updated assessment materials to benefit children and their families in Sawyer County.

Therapy Services & Equipment for Children
Music Therapy Program for Pediatrics and PICU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,360 Board certified music therapist skilled in pain management and assessment through musical techniques.

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Sim New B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,000 A neonatal simulator developed to increase the impact of hands-on neonatal resuscitation. Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course – Saint Joseph’s Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,280 Educational course for RNs who care for critically ill or injured children. Education Funds for Pediatric Care Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,000 Funds for on-going education for providers of children’s health care in north central Wisconsin. Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Professionals (PEPP) – SJH ED . . . . . . . . . .$8,794 Training for EMS personnel to meet the specific needs of infants and children. Pediatric Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,000 Pediatric healthcare providers conference for up-to-date education held at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course – Howard Young Medical Center, Woodruff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,180 Educational course for RNs who care for critically ill or injured children. Neonatal Orientation and Education Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,800 Educational program designed to provide nurses with a theoretical knowledge base needed to implement care for neonatal patients.

5 LSP Infant/Pediatric Immobilization Board – Howard Young, Oneida Cty EMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,259 Equipment that provides children greater comfort during spinal immobilization and transport. EMS for Children – Pediatric Jump Kit Bags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 Providing Pediatric Equipment Bags to EMS Services in the CMN 17county region. Pediatric Advanced Life Support (ALS) Attack Pack (3 Kits) – Howard Young . . .$561 A comprehensive pack divided into pediatric age specific resuscitation equipment. Pediatric Equipment – Abbotsford Ambulance Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,382 Providing pediatric supplies specifically for the use on children in emergencies. PEPP Class – Merrill Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,786 Providing books, tuition and lodging for personnel to attend a pediatric class for treating children. Pediatric Specific Equipment – Mellen Fire & Rescue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$918 Providing pediatric supplies specifically for the use on children in emergencies. Pediatric Equipment – City of Antigo Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,000 Providing pediatric supplies specifically for the use on children in emergencies. MCI: Preparing for the Worse – Clark County Emergency Service Association . .$1,627 Supplying the Incident Response Trailer with pediatric specific equipment.

Area EMS/Fire Equipment & Education Programs
Pediatric Immobilization Equipment – Rothschild Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . .$619 Equipment made specifically for children to be used during an emergency.

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Children’s Miracle Network 2007 Memorial Contributors
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gift given in memory of a friend or loved one who has passed away is a cherished donation to Children’s Miracle Network. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends who have given these special gifts. Their memory will live on through the eyes of the children.
MILLIE BEIGHTON Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family ELSIE BELANGER Dahlke, Jack & Jane Derks, Art & Kay KEITH BENZCHAWEL Benzschawel, Claude & Alice KEN BERDAN & RICHARD BERDAN Berdan, Delores MICHAEL WILLIAM BISHOP Bishop, Daniel & Sara TIM BLANEY Koenig, Michael & Jane BABY BLASKOWSKI Blaskowski, Patrick, Amy & Family BENJI BLOCK Nyberg, Rodger & Beryl ED BOGDNONOVICH Johnson, Sue & Shirley Johnson DORATHY BOGUE Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family GREGG BOGUMILL Bogumill, Bill & Pat MATTHEW BOLDIG Kirsch, Ray & Bea DAVE BONNELL Handlin, Michael & Lisa MARY E. BOYD Krainz, Robert, Mary Ann & Duane JERRY BRANTON Anding, Renee Clippinger, Bill Dinius, John Hansen, Marcia Johnson, Elsie Kagan, Ralph North, Lloyd & Mary Offstein, Gary Ojeda, Pedro & Josefina Ojeda, Vianey Pendergast, Bonnie Rice, Hazel Marie Smith, Paul & Mary Staff of Cames Security Alarms, Inc. JOSHUA BRIAN Nelson, Larry & Kathy ANN E. BROWELL Boulet, Dr. Bill & Phyllis VIOLET BRUHN Bluhm, Gerald & Sharon DOROTHY BRUX Vollrath, Janis Vollrath, Randy & Linda MARY BUKACEK Panko, Ron & Mary Jo RICK BURGER Burger, Susan JUSTINE G. BUSHMAN Bushman, Jim & Judy TONY & VIOLET CAROLFI Griesbach, Bill & Carol BRUCE CARPENTER Carpenter, Carla, Erin & Leigh CAROL J. “PEACH” CEGIELSKI Cegielski, Lenny KRISTA CHARNESKI Charneski, Randy & Cindy CHRISTOPHER CHASTEEN Carlson, Dave & Patti Daigh, Eric Reitz, Bill & Diane JAMES CHERNEY JR. Marx, John Obermeier, Della Sullivan, Terry & Susan JAMES CHERNEY SR. Cherney, Erna GUY CHINNOCK Chinnock, Cena ROBERT W. CHRISTENSEN Estate of Robert W. Christensen ROSALIND L. “ROSE” CHUBB Rakovec, Jim & Debby REV. RALPH CLAYBAUGH Vollrath, Janis GENE F. COOK Vollrath, Janis MATTHEW P. COOPER Radloff, Patricia KELSEY RAE COWANS Wiles, Sandy AARON & ETHAN CZARNEZKI Czarnezki, Ryan & Amber Schult, Keva BERNICE & JANE CZENCZEK Czenczek, Chris AARON DACZYK Daczyk, Annette CHARLES DALLMAN Dallman, Virgean AARON DALTON Dalton, Lester & Beverly Kerntop, Daniel & Amy RICHARD & CATHERINE DEILER Debevec, Agnes Marx, John Steffen, Jim & Peg Stutzriem, Larry & Debbie Vollrath, Janis EVERET C. DIETER Tarcon, Craig & Kathy Quality Ingredients Corporation MICHAEL A. DIETSCHE Dietsche, Leland & Bonnie LAWRENCE DIXON Rogers, Cynthia EDNA DOERING Boehm, Stella DR. RICHARD ECKBERG Eckberg, Betty DAVID ECKLUND Ecklund, Elizabeth PAIGE RACHEL ELLIOTT Bangart, John & Randa NATHANIEL JAMES EMPEY Empey, Jon & Peggy CRAIG FISCHER Ampe, Charles & Joanne Fischer, John & Rita Hastreiter, Julie PAUL FLAIG JR. Flaig, Betty MELVIN AIME Rieck, Tara HENRY PAUL ALBERS Kollock, Bob & Pat JACK ALTMANN Estate of Jack Altmann BERTHA ANDERSON Anderson, Irving RICK ANGELL Vollrath, Janis Vollrath, Randy & Linda SHANNON ANGELL Johnson, Lori ARI ANGLIN Carlson, Dave & Patti STANLEY APKER Lawrence, Al & Joyce RICHARD ARMATOSKI Armatoski, Dan & Mary VERYL AUBERG Blazer, Florence EVELYN AUSTIN Brod, Allen & Dorothy EDITH A. BACKUS Vollrath, Randy & Linda HOPE BALL Morien, Mae ARSENIUS “SENI” BALTUS Matticks, Gloria RICHARD “TODD” BARDEN Big Todd’s Rumble Inn LANNY BARSTAD Barstad, Iluminada

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BRANDON FOCHS Guralski, Lyle & Pearl Schug, Joline COLTON FOLLEN Hasenohrl, James & Buffy Huber, Ken & Angel LEE FRANCIS FORREST Krings, Paul & Karen JUDY FOX Fox, Gregg & Kim TINA FRANSEEN Griesbach, Bill & Carol DIANE MARIE FROST Frost, Bill & Marie JAMES “JIM” GAAB Nelson, Joyce LYNN GAETZ Bowe, Larry & Cindy NIKITA GAGAS Studinski, Jeffrey & Sandra JACKSON GREY GARNER Johnson, Jeff SHERMAN W. GATES Rasmussen, Ronald Sr. & Linda HAROLD GAULT Gault, Edward & Karen CARL GESSERT Lenz, Laura KYLE GESSERT Gessert, Randy & Cheryl ANN GLAESER Derks, Art & Kay JOSEPH GOJMERAC SR. Gojmerac, Patricia IRENE GRAY Vollrath, Randy & Linda EVAN WILLIAM GRIESBACH Griesbach, Bill & Carol CORINNE K. GRINDE Grinde, Paul & Marlene

MILLIE GRUNY Lang, Evan, Mary & Family ELIZABETH ANN GULDAN Guldan, Pat, Gail, Luke & Laura GEORGE “FUZZY” GULDAN Guldan, Roger & Jan KASEY GULDAN Bartelt, Jim & Sheryl Bauer, James & Lucille Bendickson, Amanda Carlson, Dave & Patti Guldan, Roger & Jan Tritz, Amber RICK GULDAN Guldan, Roger & Jan ROBERT H. “BOB” GULDAN Guldan, Roger & Jan TYLER GURALSKI Guralski, Scott, Mickie & Amber JUDY GURCHINOFF Chadek, Marilyn MICHAEL GUZIAK SR. Guziak, Geneva SUSAN HAASL MANCL & GLENN HAASL Haasl, Len & Dawne JERRY HANDEL Handel, Eileen FLOYD F. HARDINGER Rasmussen, Ronald Sr. & Linda AMANDA HARTLE Carlson, Dave & Patti Hartle, Ron & Shirley PERRY HAUKE Hauke, Judy ROBERT J. HAUKE Hauke, Judy MAX HAVILAND Haviland, Ardis GEORGIANA HELMS Helms, Rev. Alton

REX HERRICK Herrick, Arlys BRIAN L. HILDEBRANDT Hildebrandt, Lawrence & Jo SHANE HODGE Steuck, Laurence & Donna BRYCE JAMES HODGKINS Augustyn, Joseph & Lois CoVantage Credit Union - Antigo Eidnes, Nancy Gallenberg, James & Paula Hanke, Sharon Hass, Todd & Sandy Kanitz, Dan & Dawn Kanitz, Dorothy Kronenwetter, David Meyers, Steph Morris, William & Elizabeth Plautz, Joseph & JoAnn Prunty, Brian & Karen Rennie, Richard & Rita Schuette, Clark & Kathryn Skabroud, Richard & Linda Soderlund, Eric & Mary Zillman, Roger & Kathleen HAROLD HOERNKE Krueger, Kim & Cheri CHARLES NARAYAN HOFMANN Coffey, Bettie RICHARD “DICK” HOFMEISTER Koenig, Michael & Jane RICHARD HOOLEY Vollrath, Randy & Linda ABRAHAM HUBER Huber, Donald & Judy Jorgensen, Yvonne PETER HUBER Jorgensen, Yvonne MR. & MRS. OLIVER HUISHEERE Smallbrook, Roger & Lois JUNE IRVING Vollrath, Janis

KAY JACOBSON Kusta, Dennis & June ROGER M. JACOBSON Johnson, Sue & Shirley Johnson JOSEPH JANOWSKI Janowski, Myrna ELVERA JANTSCH Schmidt, Jim, Donna & Family NATHANIEL JELINSKI Jelinski, Barb AUDREY T. JENTZSCH Thiede, Ralph & Marcy AARON JICINSKY Graczkowski, Judy AMOS & HILDA JOHNSON Bera, Joy KELLY M. JOHNSON Johnson, Ted & Diane Schill, Pam REID “JACK” JOHNSON Johnson, Sue & Shirley Johnson JERRY JURGENSEN Holubets, Bob & Jackie TERRY KANE Rebhan, Mary IRENE KAPUSTA Kapusta, Scot, Janet & Family PETE KENNEDY Kennedy, Doris ADAM KIEFFER Kieffer, Raymond, Laurie & Family CLARICE KIEFFER Kieffer, Dave CONRAD J. KING United Steelworkers Local 2-631 DOROTHY I. KING Lemke, Lois Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family

VIRGIL KITZMAN Saint Joseph’s Hospital ALLEN KNIGHT Knight, Sandra JOLYNNE KOPF Roehl, Rick & Tamie ALAN KOWALSKI Konkol, Linda LOGAN KRAUSE Job’s Haven RUBY KREJCI Hohenstein, Darrel & Joyce ASHLEY KROMENAKER Kromenaker, Dennis & Sue Kromenaker, Tom & Kim HELEN M. KRONSTEDT DeBoer, Randy & Pat Haskins, Pauline Haskins, Steve MARK KUBE Freeman, Mary ANDY KUEHNHOLD Kuehnhold, Katie & Ahlexis Pecha, David ERNEST & ERMA KUMM Kumm, Raymond & Trudy ELMIRA “MYRA” KUPFER Anonymous TRAVIS & TREVOR KURTZWEIL Kurtzweil, Edwin & Angeline LUCILLE LACH Pagel, Viola MATT LACKE Kaiser, Richard & Tess JEFFREY LAFFIN Laffin, Kurt & Nancy HAROLD & VERNA LASEE Bauer, Allan & Carol ABAGAIL LYNN LASHUA Carstensen, Dusty and Mary

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BRETT RICHARD LAVEY Family of Brett Richard Lavey MAX LEDVINA Ledvina, Lawrence & Kathleen SANDRA LEISER Mader, Rob & Leslie DARYL R. LENZ Lenz, Laura Rogers, Jim & Eileen LAWRENCE LEPAK Stolze, Bob & Justine Vollrath, Janis DARCY LIEBENSTEIN Molepske, Jesse HERBERT LIEDTKE SR. Groshek, Jim, ElFrieda & Megan BRANDON LINJER Carroll, Darla MARK LINZMEIER Altmann, Bob & Louisa Kusta, Dennis & June DARRELL LOOS Williams, Leslie & Lenora LUKAS LUBECK Winch, Bill & Judi JOANN LUKES Backus, Walter JOSEPH & HELEN MADER Family & Friends of Joseph & Helen Mader Saint Joseph’s Hospital Schneider, Diane ELIZABETH MANCL Mancl, Paul & Mary ALICE MANN Nelson, Joyce CATHRYN A. MARX Marx, Ann Marx, John TAMRA MATZ Lettau, Gene & Theresa NICHOLAS MEHLBERG Mehlberg, Brian & Julie Mehlberg, Greg & Karen Smerda, Ronald & Jeanne CARL L. MEISSNER Kopplin, Laura ALLEN MIERITZ Mieritz, Roberta WILMA MISSLING Peterson, Alvera CLARENCE MITTEN & POLLY MITTEN Falkinham, Dr. Ken & Sandy DAWN MOEN Bartelt, Jim & Sheryl Moen, Janice & Family DELBERT MORROW Morrow, Virginia DUWAYNE NELSON Nelson, Lloyd & Elaine JOSHUA NELSON Nelson, Larry & Kathy PAIGE ELIZABETH NERGE Peyer, Bob KOLTON NORMAN Mathis, Arnold & Darlene ALVIN NOVITZKE Waara, Jerry & Mimi KASSIDY NYHUS Wood, Allen & Karen DAVID A. OESTREICH Zahn, Virgean GERALDINE R. OLESON Farrington, Wisniewski Trudeau Families LINDSEY & MADDISON OLKS Salzwedel, Jeff & Stephanie JACE & JACOB OLSEN Olsen, Bill & Dori JOSEPH OLSEN Young, Bill & Jackie GLENN OSLAGE Oslage, Lora Jean ALVIN R. & VIOLET OTT Kumm, Raymond & Trudy ROBERT C. PAGEL Pagel, Eldon & Pat Pagel, Viola DORIS PAGENKOPF Kroening, Rosemary JOHN A. PANKRATZ Schneider, Diane MICHAEL PARRAMORE Raleigh Crabtree Valley Marriott ORELL S. PAULSON Johnson, Sue Johnson, Shirley MARY LOU PECHA Pecha, David DAVID PEDERSEN Everson, Tim, Cheryl, Hannah & Kyle JARED PELOT Janz, Gary & Bobbi Janz, Nicholas Janz, Sara RON PFANNERSTILL Pfannerstill, Iris WAYNE PILTZ Piltz, Elaine ISABELLE LOUISE PINTER Willcome, Clarence & Mary Lou JOHN & DOROTHY PIONEK Stuczynski, Cecilia CAITLIN PITTSLEY Pittsley, Doug, Kim & Family JUSTINE POLACEK LaPointe, Bill & Marilyn MARGARET POLANSKY Polansky, Richard BRIAN J. PONGRATZ Strigel, Jan DR. GERALD PORTER Brockman, Nathan & Betty BARBARA PRAIRIE Salvitti, James & Wilma Skow, Angela CINDY LEIGH PRUITT Pruitt, Trish DR. LOUIS PTACEK Hilgart, Thomas & Jane RAYMOND PUNKE Punke, Shirley RONALD G. RASMUSSEN JR. Rasmussen, Ronald Sr. & Linda MOLLY KATHERINE REDMANN Hodkiewicz, Lorie LAVONA REIGEL Reigel, Kathryn DEREK ROEHL Christoffersen, Edwin & Diana Dahl, Harold & Norma Family & Friends of Derek Roehl Farm Credit Services Weber, Tye & Julie Harder, Donna Rae Heineman, Paul & Kathryn Hoffman, Melissa Mancl, Gary & Julie Marks, Richard & Cynthia Schmidt, Nikki MISS JORDYN ROEHL Weber, Tye & Julie Schmidt, Nikki VIOLET ROGERS Hewett, Dan RICHARD RUE Tesmer, Marilynn THOMAS RUESCH Arendt, John & Barb DOROTHY RUETH Weyer, Joe & Mary FRANK RUSCH Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family CIERRA L. RUSIN Rusin, Stan J. THOMAS RUSSELL Badgerland Home Consultants CRAIG SAEGER Molepske, Jesse JOSHUA SAINDON Saindon, Jerry & Sally CLARA SANKEY & RALPH SANKEY Sankey, Jerry & Kathy SON OF CLARA SANKEY Sankey, Jerry & Kathy ROBERT SCHAEFFER & SHERRY SCHAEFFER Schaeffer, Dixie WAYNE SCHEER Hardrath, Cindy AMANDA SCHELLINGER Griepentrog, Norbert & Janice

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JAMES SCHENK Schenk, James & Barbara SUSAN MARY SCHENK Janz, Gary & Bobbi ALEX & FERN SCHIFERL Dewitt, Kathy DEAN ANDREW SCHMIDT Schmidt, Dennis, Margie & Family VERLAND SCHMIDT Schmidt, Dennis, Margie & Family ANNA A. SCHNEIDER Vollrath, Janis Vollrath, Randy & Linda WILLIAM & PHILOMENE SCHNEIDER Hafermann, Doug & Kitty ROBERT SCHOOLEY Fox, Gregg & Kim BECKY SCHREINER Carlson, Dave & Patti Greenberg, Aaron Jacobson, Mary J. Loveland, Terry & Pam Schreiner, Dr. Peter & Val LACEY MAE SCHULTZ Prehn, Al & Nancy Schultz, Todd & Melissa MARY SCHUPP Zastrow, Wilma NICOLE SCHUTZ Greenberg, Karl & Nancy Hein, Marilyn EVELYN SCHWARTZ Kopchinski, Larry & Cathy Schwartz ARTHUR SEBOE Knutson, Marleen & Family RACHEL SHAPIRO Shapiro, Eileen E.P. SHELTON Goode, Jane

JEFF SKARE Webster, Tom & Mary FRANK SKOLA Metter, Patricia EVAN & CLAYTON SOPA Sopa, Bart & Sarah VIOLET A. SPEICH Vollrath, Janis DONALD SPOHR Vollrath, Janis THOMAS J. STAATS Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family JOHN B. STADLER Brown, Don & Sue PATRICIA STAMAS Stamas, Dr. Peter & Kathy LILLY MARIA STEFL Kurlinski, Pete & Beverly LAWRENCE F. STELZEL Stelzel, Adell MARIA STERNITZKY Hayward, Donald & Charlene JOSH STRATMAN Weister, Jeff & Kerri NOAH STRODTHOFF Anonymous DEAN STUELAND, M.D. Hensel, Michael & Paula JOHN SYMONDS Friends of Tomahawk Airport Home of the Hamburger, Inc. Janz, Sara Schmalz, Charles & Barbara KATHYRN SYRING Williams, Leslie & Lenora BRANDY & NIKKOLE TAYLOR Custom Roofing Contracting

JEFF TERMAAT TerMaat, Dale & Kathy JOSEF THAUER Thauer, Hermine ANDREW THIEL Pajac, Joe & Lory Smith, Bud & Joan Thiel, James, Joan & Amanda BENNY THOMAS Thomas, Richard & Doris EVELYN THOMAS Davis, Kitty SANDRA THORSON Thorson, Donald DENNIS TISCHENDORF Zak, Victor & Betty CAIDEN & DARIAN TISHIM Blaskowski, Kara Kuehner, Drs. Marvin & Hope CADE TOMETCZAK Weiler, Cory & Tara HAROLD TRIERWEILER Trierweiler, Pauline LYNNETTE TROYANOWSKI Stoll, Randy & Roni ALICE MILO TURNER Woolard, Ron & Sydney MARCIA TURZINSKI Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Potts, Darrel & Family LINDSAY UPDYKE Kuse, Shelly JALEN VERCIMAK Obermeier, Bob & Deb BERNICE VOBORA Children of Bernice Vobora Reigel, Kathryn

JANITTE VOIGT Schreiner, Pat & Jeanne DARWIN ‘DAR’ VOLLRATH LBR Racing Team DONNA MAE VRUWINK Hilgart, Thomas & Jane GARY L. WEBER Altmann, Barbara JUDITH A. WENDT Quality Ingredients Corporation LESTER WERLEIN Werlein, Jo Ann ORVILLE WESTBERG Vollrath, Janis WILLIAM E. WESTERMAN Gorsuch, Duane & Dawn AARON WEYER Firkus, Andy & Sarah Mansavage, Paul TIM WICH Carlson, Dave & Patti Wich, Rose GERALD WIENKE Wienke, Steven & Natalie MAUREEN R. WILCOTT Laufer, Thomas & Shirley Wilcott, Richard KEVIN WILLIAMS Strathman, Eugene & Mernajean VICTOR & VIOLA WINKLER Zacharias, Richard & Joyce SHAUN L. WINTER Carpenter, Carla, Erin & Leigh ANGELA WOLLER Woller, Dean & Linda

CLYDE WOOD Lindsay Kiwanis Club EILEEN WORLEY Rasmussen, Ronald Sr. & Linda MILTON YSTAD Vollrath, Janis DAN ZANK Johnson, Sue Johnson, Shirley TRAVIS ZEMKE Nielsen, Ken & Mary Ann JOSEPHINE JOANN ZIMA BAYUK Bayuk, Edward GARY ZIMMERMAN Zimmerman, Sally THOMAS JOSEPH ZITA Wilson, Kim JUNE ZURKOWSKI Rasmussen, Dennis & Barbara WILLIAM ZURN Zurn, Jackie Zurn, Elsie GORDON ZWICKY Vehrs, Susie

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onorarium gifts combine a special event with a gift that makes a difference. The following donors have given a gift in honor of an individual’s birthday, anniversary or other special occasion.
NATHAN CARRINGTON Werthman, Michael & Linda MICHAEL CISEWSKI Landowski, Gerald & Linda MICHAEL CLARK Clark, Joe CHARLES & ANN CLIVER Kwik Trip, Inc. MICHAEL COBB McDowell, Tim & Stacey ADAM COHEN Groholski, Bob & Barb JORDAN & OLIVIA CORRIGALL Laing, Jacqueline ALEX CYPHER Eisner, Ted & Cheryl GAIL DAHLSTROM Tessmer, Jim NICHOLE & ASHLEY DAVID David, Merlin & DeAnn Hamel, Cynthia Murray, James & Joyce Rous, Agnes BRITTA DAVISON Davison, Harlan & Colleen SKYLER, TAYLOR, JORDYN & JERAD DE BOER De Boer, Dan & Pamela PAUL DEDERICH Dederich, Dennis & Robin DR. ED DENNY Marshfield Clinic THE DERNOVSEK CLAN Dernovsek, Lucas & Tanya PHILIP DOHERTY FAMILY Heuer, Kurt & Kim JARED & JONAH DOTY Doty, Jean GRANDCHILDREN OF GARY & BARB DRAEGER Draeger, Gary & Barb SETH DUELL Anonymous Baird, Doug & Janet Baur, Ken & Brenda Behrens, Patty Berg, Connie Blanchard, Duane & Lisa Burger, Joe & Terry Donnerbauer, Linda Duell, Thomas & Lonnette Duerr, Charles & Laura Folz, Todd, Connie & Family Forst, Adam & Heidi Forst, Steve & Mary Gerszewski, Stanley & Melissa Gilhausen, Leroy Jr. & Kayla Grimm, Chad & Jennifer Gritt, Richard & Christine Guden, Norbert & Christine Hahm, Bill & Anne Horn, Ken & Dawn Huber, Tom & Mary Ellen Jarchow, Steven & Lisa Knuesel, Andrew & Jean Koerten, Craig & Cindy Krummel, Kane & Ann Ledden, Mary Lindner, Sue Malsin, Mark & Luanne Mancl, Elaine Mechler, Renee Meverden, Marc & Janel Michalik, Cliff & Jan Netzer, Tom & Lorraine North, Doug & Tina Pescinski, Charles & Cindy Peterson, Mary Przybylski, Debbie Rieth, Sandra Schmitt, Karen, Tim & Sara Schneebeli, Terril & Lisa Schoenherr, Tadd & Janet Schofield, Clifford & Sandra Schooley, Rob, Julie & Family Schultz, Lowell & Linda Sondelski, Matthew & Autumn Spencer, Mike & Sherri Stockheimer, Francis & Beatrice Vick, Peggy Wagner, Scott & Lisa Walgenbach, Ray & Ann Wing, John & Kutzie Wunrow, David & Jean Zank, Clint, Heidi & Brayden ISAIAH & ANTHONY EDGERLY Edgerly, Jason GRANDDAUGHTERS OF JUDY EDWARDS Edwards, Judy GRANDCHILDREN OF MARY EDWARDS Edwards, Mary MICHELE EDWARDS Roberts, Rick & Patti GRANDCHILDREN & GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF JESS EICHHORN Eichhorn, Jess CRAIG ELSEN Elsen, Francis & Clara CORBY ERICKSON Buttke, Leanne GRANDCHILDREN OF JUDITH EVENSON Evenson, Judith BRETT EVERMAN Wiza, Mike & Sherry ALMA FAROOGI Haleem, Shahid & Dr. Eram Rahim SUE FARROW Pearson, Juanita ELLYANNE FAUDE Wagner, Diana WYATT FEASTER Panko, Ron & Mary Jo NICHOLAS FLORAS-ACA Lucas, Robert & Teresa CALVIN FRAHM, III Franz, Lloyd JACOB FROEHLICH Froehlich, Jeff & Jodi Matteson, Floyd & Beatrice GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF GLADYS FROME Frome, Gladys ADAM GIBBS Pezewski, Randy & Shelley CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF GORDON & MARY SMITH Smith, Gordon & Mary FALA GLOFF Krainz, Robert, Mary Ann & Duane HANNAH GOMAN Goman, Michelle HANNAH LYNN & CALEB PETER GOODNESS Weis, Dale & Crystal BILL GRAMMER Wal-Mart Foundation RILEY ANDRewS Rusch, Don & Vicky DONNY & BARB BARTZ Gutsch, Lisa GRANDCHILDREN OF DON & JOYCE BAUER Bauer, Don & Joyce JORDAN BAUMAN Bauman, David & Debbie Leick, Dan & Kerri Leick, Greg & Mary GRANDCHILDREN OF RUSS & ROSIE BAUMAN Bauman, Russ & Rosie JORDAN BEILKE Beilke, Betty GRANDCHILDREN & GREATGRANCHILDREN OF RICHARD & DELORES BERDAN Berdan, Delores GRANDCHILDREN OF JIM & PEGGY BERNDT Berndt, Jim & Peggy TOM & PAM BEYER PMJ Karoake CATHY BJORNSON Schwenzfeier, Carla GRANDCHILDREN OF MADONNA BLACKBURN Blackburn, Madonna WYATT BLASKOWSKI Blaskowski, Patrick, Amy & Family MARY BURKE Price, Jerry, Jill, Brett & Lucas CALI BUSCHE Busche, Brian & Lorrie

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SEBASTIAN & ASHLEY GRANCORVITZ Zietlow, Bob & Sue GRANDCHILDREN OF DON & JOYCE BAUER Bauer, Don & Joyce GRANDCHILDREN OF DOROTHY GRORICH Grorich, Dorothy TERRI GREZENSKI Hobright, Bruce & Courtney DEAN GROSHEK Groshek, Dennis & Virginia SHAYLA GURALSKI Guralski, Caroline Schreiner, Pat & Sarah Swanson, Cheryl AARON & JOSEPH GURHOLT Martens, Tamera Martin, Darlene DILLION & DALTON HAGEN Helm, Caroline ROBERT HAHN Haas, Sue Ann Hahn, Dale & Jane Klawikowski, Marvin & Kathy Strub’s Service & Repair FARIS HALEEM Romens-Erickson, Jenny TIMOTHY & JOHNATHON HANDLIN Handlin, Michael & Lisa DR. JERRY & MARILYN HARDACRE Kuehner, Drs. Marvin & Hope DOUGLAS & BARBARA HARRISON Park, Dr. Roger & Carol ELISE & NOLAN HARTMAN Hartman, Richard & Darlene MATTHEW & MEGAN HASS Hass, Todd & Sandy Voight, Judy WYATT HAUMSCHILD Bambi-Land Daycare

LARRY & JEANETTE HEATH Park, Dr. Roger & Carol LAURIE HEILMEIER Peloquin, Chris, Susan, Ben & Anna MAYLEE HEISE Polster, Patricia MIKE HENRICHS The Martec Group, Inc. - Green Bay MACKENZIE HIGGINS Klemm, Brad & Paula NEPHEW OF STEVE & KIM HODGSON Hodgson, Steve & Kim MORGAN HOERNKE Hoernke, Ginny JEREMIAH HUBING Adank, Scott & Lucy REBECCA IMMERFALL Immerfall, Nancy DWAYNE JACKSON Carrington, Michael & Debbie National Institute of Transition Planning, Inc. KATIE JEPSEN Jepsen, Gary & Kathy MARSHALL JOHNSON Jean & Rock Enterprises, Inc., dba Subway NICOLE JOHNSON Dupee, Shawn Construction, LLC Hasenohrl, James & Buffy CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF CHUCK & LEE JOJADE Jojade, Chuck & Lee ANDY JUNG Jung, Robert & Judy JACK KAWLESKI JR Kawleski, Jack & Marilyn JOHN KELSER Nicolaus, Kelly

FAMILY OF DORIS KENNEDY Kennedy, Doris COLE, COLLIN, CARLEE KERCHEFSKI Kerchefski, Scott & Jackie MR. & MRS. BERNARD KITZHABER Vollrath, Janis NEIGHBOR CHILDREN OF RICHARD J. KLEIN Klein, Richard J. BERNIE KNOECK Nugent, Bill & Linda EMILY KONKLE Konkle, Bruce & Cindy Konkle, Steve & Pat ANTHONY KOSMALSKI Kosmalski, Laurie JASEN KRACHT Ackerman, David & Bev Babel, Nancy Barrows, James & Teri Berg, Richard & Rita Beyer, David Bowman, Jerome & Mary Calkins, Lawrence & Ellen Colloton, Jill Derrico’s Black Belt School Fredrick, David & Mary Hardginski, David & Jane Hellner, James & Shelia Horton, William Houk, David & Rebecca Jackson, Virginia Jakopin, Dr. Paul & Jan Johnston, David & Barbara Klinger, Todd Kracht, Bradley & Letitia Kracht, Curtis & Liz Kracht, Harold & Barbara Krawisz, Dr. Bruce & Dr. Jane Kennedy Krueger, Kedrin Kulas, Donald Kulas, Scott & Tracy Lalonde, Bridget Leonhardt, Todd & RaeAnn

Makovsky, Tim & Peggy Marshall-Storke, Sharon Miller, Dr. Michael & Mary Sue Motte, James & Kristy Mullane, Philip & Susan Bowman Mullane Mullen, James & Mary Kay Parlanti, Roger & Jill Petri, Laurie Resech, Jereme Richmond, Myles & Joan Ruth, James & Patricia Scheuer, Larry Schroeder, Bill & Jane Sebold, Paul & Kirsten Shukla, Dr. Sanjay & Dr. Kavita Bhatia Sommerfeld, Joel & Linda Steltenpohl, Holly Swensen, David & Cheryl Weiss, John & Debra GRANDCHILDREN & GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF HATTIE KRIEG Krieg, Hattie DR. MICHAEL KRYDA Stamas, Dr. Peter & Kathy FRANCIS KUBOWSKI Kubowski, Paul & Tami GRANDCHILDREN OF RAYMOND & TRUDY KUMM Kumm, Raymond & Trudy EMILY KUNZE Kunze, James & Darlene CONNOR LANG Werthman, Michael & Linda QUINCY & BENNETT LANG Lang, Bobby & Linda Suckow, Dennis & Betsy MELISSA LANGBEHN Brummer, Sheila BEN LANSING Sorenson, Misty CHASE LATVALA Holman, Beverly

JACK LEPISTO Employees Charity Organization ECHO JASMINE LOBAY Huntwork, Marge MERCEDES LOBNER Lobner, Randy GRANDCHILDREN OF GARY & DORIS LOKRE Lokre, Gary & Doris BRAD LUCKSTED Rasmussen, Robert & Karen ROBERT LYNN Lynn, Cheryl DYLAN MACKESY Buchberger, Holly MICAH, SAMUEL & JONAH MAJERUS Kopf, Caroline GRANDCHILDREN OF CAROL MANCL Mancl, Carol MARATHON CHEESE CORPORATION Raymond & Marie Goldbach Foundation, Inc BRADY MARTIN Crosby, Norma LIBBY MAUS Bablitch, Mary Benzschawel, Jill Ceplina, Don & Ruth GARRETT METZ Kraege, Rudolph & Annabelle Metz, Rodney & Lisa Ninnemann, Deane Nordby, Andria ANA METZLER Erickson, Paula SERENA MICHELKAMP Pezewski, Randy & Shelley LIZZY MILLER Trussoni, Bob & Monica

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GRANDCHILDREN OF MARJORIE MILLER Miller, Don & Marjorie LIAM MONREAN Hallam, Lisa ELGENE & JOYCE MONTAG Schultz, G. Harlan & Linda JAIME, JENNA, KATIE & MEGAN MORAN Moran, John & Jill ERIK MROTEK Brummer, Sheila OLIVIA & ELENA MROTEK Mrotek, Gerald & Betty BRENNA NEUMAN Maggio, Alice TREVOR NIEWOLNY Schubert, Georgia JEBEDIAH NIXDORF Nixdorf, Gloria BRENNEN OLSON Blackwood, Mike & Judy Luepke, Todd, Robin, Kaitlyn & Sully Mercier, Lora Olson, Jay, Lisa & Family JAMES OLSON Wisconsin Public Service Foundation MCKENZIE ONAN Onan, Gloria JEFFREY ORTSCHEID Steele, Scott & Connie DUSTIN OSLAGE Oslage, Lora Jean Wood, Grace ROBERT C. PAGEL Juedes, Allan & Charlotte SARA PALLEN Miller, LeRoy & Delores CHILDREN OF DAVE & LAURIE PANZER Panzer, Dave & Laurie MADISON PAUL Paul, Allen ALYSSA PAVELEC Hamus, Richard & Kathryn BENJAMIN & ANNA PELOQUIN Gustafson, Patti Pekar, Ray & Elaine Peloquin, Chris & Susan CHILDREN OF DOUG & RENEE PEPLINSKI Peplinski, Doug & Renee DEVYN PESCHKE Colhome Assn., Inc. Duffek Sand & Gravel - Rod Palmer Held’s Bar Langlade County Tavern League Nedden, John & Renee MADALYN PHELPS Phelps, Michael & Yasna LEIGH PLUMMER Wal-Mart Foundation TOM PROHL Veolia Environmental Services KELLY PRUITT BLANTON Pruitt, Trish JACK PURVIN Freeman, Mary JASON WILLIAM RAMME Lynn, Cheryl HUNTER & TANIKA RECKNER Reckner, Dennis & Dawn HAILEY & ALYSSA REETZ Reetz, Lonnie & Nicole ELIZABETH & CHRISTINA RENTMEESTER Mrotek, Gerald & Betty RHONDA RICHARDSON Pioneer Bank - Auburndale JILLIAN & JEFFREY SAAL Saal, Steven & Angie SAINT JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL - NICU Paul, Allen DELANEY, KEATON & BREZLAN SALZWEDEL Salzwedel, Jeff & Stephanie HUNTER SCHELLIN Schellin, Scott MELVIN & DOLORES SCHMIDT Brady, Kevin, Diane & Family Dix, Ken, Sue & Family Ewan, Ervin Ewan, Richard, Nancy & Family MIKE & ANNE SCHMIDT Stamas, Dr. Peter & Kathy DOROTHY SCHREIBER Grabowski, Jesse GRANDCHILDREN OF SY & ELLEN SCHROEDER Schroeder, Sy & Ellen MCKENZIE SCHULD Brock, Gloria SYDNEY & LINDSEY SCHULTZ Prehn, Al & Nancy Schultz, Todd & Melissa GRANDCHILDREN & GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF TOM & PAT SHAFTO Shafto, Tom & Pat KEN & JOAN SHONG Dieringer, Bill & Mona GABE SIGMUND Niziol, Sally GRANDCHILDREN OF GREG & DIANNA SIMON Simon, Greg & Dianna HANNAH, OLIVIA & MONICA SKIBBA Skibba, Mark & Lisa CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF GORDON & MARY SMITH Smith, Gordon & Mary KYLE SORENSON Tritz, Amber JUDY SPATH Marshfield Clinic-Histology Lab DUANE SPINLER Practica Group LLC JESSICA STANISLAWSKI Lundquist, Leanne CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF ROBERT & JUSTINE STOLZE Stolze, Bob & Justine STRAUB CHILDREN Straub, Michael & Sue GRANDCHILDREN OF JUDI STREMKOWSKI Stremkowski, Judi AUGUST STRESE Schmidt, Mark & Tricia PETE TABOR Peloquin, Chris, Susan, Ben & Anna ZAK TEETERS Teeters, Kathy Teeters, Chris & Annie DEREK THORN Verage, Dick & Sue GRANDCHILDREN OF RICK & LORI TISCHENDORF Tischendorf, Rick & Lori REED TRZEBIATOWSKI Trzebiatowski, Russ & Leah ANNA TRZINSKI Trzinski, Brenda MARIAH URBAN Urban, Marjorie DON & DARLENE VAN RYN Wilen, Gloria CHARLES VEERS Hildebrandt, Vern & Jeanne MEGAN VULLINGS Walkowicz, Paul & Kay GRANDCHILDREN OF JIM & JOY WADE Wade, Jim & Joy ASSOCIATES OF WAL-MART STORE #2813 - MARSHFIELD Wal-Mart Foundation ASSOCIATES OF WAL-MART STORE #3245 - HAYWARD Wal-Mart Foundation HANNAH & MEGAN WALTER Suckow, Dennis & Betsy ROSELLA WEGNER Schultz, Verlyn & Joan KEITH WEIGEL Pemble, Ronda MATTHEW WEIX Ackerman, David & Bev Baade, Gerald & Rachelle Krause, Lavine OWEN WERTHMAN Werthman, Michael & Linda GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER OF ROSEANNE WIDRLECHNER Widrlechner, Rosanne AFTON WIERZBA Wierzba, Julian & Romaine KATI WIESMAN Schoenherr, Tadd & Janet JACKSON & MADISON WIESSINGER Wiessinger, Jerry & Marci

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GREAT NIECES & NEPHEWS OF GLORIA WILEN Wilen, Gloria GRANDCHILDREN OF RENEE WILLIAMS Williams, Renee ALYSSA WILLNER Kummer, Walter & Sandy

KATHLEEN WILLSON Mills, Jennifer ADAM & MAXIM WISE Pennell, Joy Wise, Jason & Amy SKYLAR WISE Ackerman, David & Bev

GRANDCHILDREN OF SALLY WOLLER Woller, Mark & Sally GARY WOLSLEGEL Wisconsin Public Service Foundation ALEXANDER WROBLEWSKI Wroblewski, Donald & Cookie

WYTE Strack, Joel & Carla TRAVIS YARIE Yarie, Donald & Donna FRANCIS & ROSE ZELL FAMILY Bennett, Dorothy ELROY & NANCY ZEMKE Pagel, Eldon & Pat

GRANDCHILDREN OF STEPHAN & DARNELL ZIEGAHN Ziegahn, Stephen & Darnell SALLY ZILLMAN Kopf, Dale & Patricia GREG & TRACY ZOROMSKI Reynolds, Clyde & Dianna Skrzypchak, Francis & Jennifer

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he contributions given by the following donors from the 2007 Children’s Miracle Network effort provided the funding for 72 projects benefiting children. We are honored to recognize these individuals, businesses and organizations that have touched the lives of children in north central Wisconsin. If you have a contribution in memory or honor of an individual, your name will be listed in that section beginning on page 26.
Alekna, Martin & Tammie Allegis Group Foundation Allen, Pat Allen, Diane & Tom Allied Health Dragt Chiropractic Alm, Richard & Prudence Alt, Lee, Pam & Ben Alt, Ray & Darlene Altenburg’s Country Gardens Altmann, Barbara Altmann, Bob & Louisa Altmann, Jim & Judy Altmann, Robert & Janette Altmann, Steve & Brenda Amacher, Bette Ambu-Lift LLC American Asphalt American Fireplace & Heating, Inc. American Legion Auxiliary Unit #544 Twin Lakes American Legion Auxiliary District 8 Wausau American Legion Auxiliary Post #371 Saxon American Legion Auxiliary Unit #122 Phillips American Legion Auxiliary Unit #153 – Pittsville American Legion Auxiliary Unit #238 Greenwood American Legion Auxiliary Unit #278 – Balsam Lake American Legion Auxiliary Unit #318 – Lake Tomahawk American Legion Auxiliary Unit #43 Ripon American Legion Auxiliary Unit #435 – Superior Southrange American Legion Auxiliary Unit #543 Plover American Legion Auxiliary Unit #442 Joseph J. White – Wisconsin Rapids American Legion Auxiliary Unit #547 Medford American Legion Auxiliary Unit #75 Fond Du Lac American Legion Auxiliary Unit #264 Mondovi American Legion Auxiliary Unit #358 Spencer American Legion Auxiliary Unit #431 Three Lakes American Legion Auxiliary Unit #274 – Rib Lake American Legion Auxiliary Unit #154 Mondovi American Legion Auxiliary Unit #182 – Park Falls American Legion Auxiliary Unit #218 Hayward American Legion Auxiliary Unit #469 Marathon American Legion Auxiliary Unit #499 Gordon American Legion Auxiliary Unit #514 Weyauwega American Legion Auxiliary Unit #517 Dorchester American Legion Auxiliary Unit #6 – Stevens Point American Legion Post #358 – Unity American Legion Unit #486 - Rudolph Ames, Richard & Dianne Ammons, Janet Ampe, Charles & Joanne Amy’s Little Green Lake Anderson, Don & Jane Anderson, Irving Anderson, Kenneth & Karen Anderson, Layton & Joan Anderson, Bob & Terri Anderson, Wally & Midge Anding, Renee Andrasek, Tina Andraski, Hattie Andres, Jerome & Helen Angell, Matthew & Kim Anhalt, Cathy Anonymous Antigo Candy Company Antigo Junion Woman’s Club Anunson, Linda Apfelbeck, Christine Apfelbeck, Ken Applied Laser Technologies Arby’s - Marshfield Arlen, Robert & Gail Armagost, Dawn Armatoski, Dan & Mary Arndt, David & Carol

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Arndt, Jon & Audrey Arneson, Rick Arnoldy, Richard & Jeanne Arrow Precision Striping Arrowhead Dental Center, S.C. Arsta, Hartley & Ruth Artus, John & Diane DeBroux, Randy & Judy ArtusDeBroux Aschenbrenner, Jerry & Judy Ashbeck, Allen, Cheryl & Family Ashbeck, Mike & Judy Ashbeck, Verlyn Ashburn Counsulting Technologies, Inc. Asinas, Deb Asleson, Andi Aspirus Doctors Clinic Asplin, Dave & Karen Asselin, Mark Atwood, Jen Auburndale High School Class of 2007 Auburndale High School National Honor Society Auburndale Auxiliary to VFW Post #10162 Auburndale Nite Owls Snowmobile Club Augustyn, Joseph & Lois Aumann, Ron & Kimberly Auner, Jennifer Ausloos, Robert & Peggy Austin, Warren & Margie Austreng, Stuart & Mary Avila, Cyndi

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Baade, Gerald & Rachelle Baasch, Donald & Carolyn Babcock, William & Ila Babel, Nancy Babl, Allan & Celeste Babler, Marvin & Beverly Bablitch, Mary Bach, Jason & Stacy Bach, Kim Backroad LLC Backus, Barb Backus, Walter

Badgerland Home Consultants Baehr, Esther Baer, Robert Baer’s Beverage, Inc. Bahlow, Walter & Martha Baird, Doug & Janet Baker, Brandon & Stacey Baker, Kurt & Joyce Baker, Mark & Jennifer Bakke, Alan & Chris Bakovka, Greg Balderas, Isidro & Lois Baldwin, Blake Baltus, Katie Baltus, Vernon & Clara Bambi-Land Daycare Bancroft State Bank Banerjee, Dr. Tarit & Suvra Bangart, John & Randa Bannach, Leonard Baraboo Sysco Food Services Baranowski, Jim & Debbie Baratka, David & Lorraine Barber, Eugene Bardachiwski, Ihor Bargender, Brian & Donna Barker, Thomas & Denise Barlow, Diana Barnett, Mary Barnsdale, Judith Barrows, James & Teri Barstad, Iluminada Bartelt, Jim & Sheryl Barth, Joel Barton, James & Judith Barton, John & Joan Bartram, Daniel Bartylla, Steve & Kathleen Bartzen, Daun Basak, Janice Bauer, Allan & Carol Bauer, Don & Joyce Bauer, Grace Bauer, James & Lucille Bauer, Mark & Darlene Bauer, Michael & Susan Bauer, Steven, Rebecca, & Family Bauer Welding, Inc. Bauman, David & Debbie Bauman, Russ & Rosie

Bauman, Terrance Baumann, Catherine Baumann, Mark Baumbach, Mandy Baumberger, Brad & Rose Baur, Ken & Brenda Baur, Merlin & Dolores Bayuk, Edward Beadle, Deb Beamish, Amanda Bean, Rick Beck, Mary Beck, Pat & Patti Beckendorf, Eunice Becker, Al & Carol Becker, Jerome & Bonnie Becker, Sue Ellen Becker, Susan Becker, Chris & Deb Bednarski, Joyce Beggs, Rick & Lori Behling, Dave, Sue & Family Behr, Deanna Behrens, Corrinne Behrens, Patty Behrens, Sam Beilke, Betty Belcher, Paul Beliunas, Sara Bell, Jim & Patti Beltaos, Dr. Efstathios & Vasiliki Belva Parr Realty Inc. Bennett, Dorothy Bennett, Terry & Janet Benson, Barry & Julie Benson, Brent & Dr. Lisa Bentley, Angeal Benzschawel, Claude & Alice Benzschawel, Jill Bera, Joy Beran, William & Jean Berard, Sue Berdan, Delores Berens, Wayne & Norma Berg, Connie Berg, Richard & Sandra Berg, Richard & Rita Berger, Clarence & Isabel Berger, Nancy Bergman, Richard & Janet

Bergs, Danielle Bergs, Josephine Bergs, Mary Alice Bergs, Roger & Jolene Berndt, Jim & Peggy Berndt, Red & Barb Berndt, Robert & Mary Berndt, Sunshine Bernet, Jerry Berres, Alvin & Donna Berry, Clint Berry, Dean Berry, Bill & Darlene Betro, Jim & Donna Beucher, Daniel Beyer, David Beyer, Karlene Beyer, Scott & Trisha Beyer, Todd Beyerl, Dr. Gerry & Pat Bidle, Harriet Biechler, Steven & Kris Bielen-Bohlman, Joanne Big Jim Enterprises, Inc. Big Lots #1412 - Winston Salem, NC Big Todd’s Rumble Inn Billings, Steve Billmann, Dennis Binder, Bonnie Biron Volunteer Fire Department Bishop, Daniel & Sara Bittner, Jim Bittner, Kathy Bizjak, Kimberly Black, Debbie & Family Blackhall, Jake Blackwood, Mike & Judy Blanchard, Duane & Lisa Blanchard, Mike & Debra Blaskowski, Kara Blaskowski, Patrick, Amy & Family Blazer, Florence Blossoms and Bows Blount, Aimee Bluhm, Gerald & Sharon Boardman, Byron Bobrowski, James & Sue Bobzien, Erika Boden, Jennifer Bodnar, Terry

Boehm, Jeff & Darlene Boehm, Stella Boehning-Anderson, Rachel Boening, Greg Boettcher, Christi Boettcher, Cory Boettcher, Ken Boettcher, Wayne & Wendy Bogumill, Bill & Pat Bohman, Betty Bohman, Cliff & Rosemary Bohman, Pat Bohn, Tom & Donna Boisen, Mike Bolcskey, Andy & Mary Boldt Construction Boles, Dave & Sheryl Boles, David Jr. Boles-Wallner Abstract & Title, Inc. Bonacker, John Bonneau, Larry Boot & Shoe Workers Union Local 717 Borchardt, Beverly Borchert, Howard Borgwardt, Chad Borke, Mary Bornheimer, Dennis Borski, Scott, Joanne & Beth Borski, Steve & Geralyn Borst, Robert & Ellen Bosio, David & Margie Bosley, Larry & Sandra Boson, Alex Boson, Kurt, Ann, Alex & Tanner Boson, Tanner Boss Construction Inc. Boss Home Improvement, Inc. Botcher, Randall & Lori Boulet, Dr. Bill & Phyllis Bourke, Julie Bowe, John & Sandy Bowe, Larry & Cindy Bower, David & Jackie Bowman, Jerome & Mary Bows & Boards Boxrucker, Clarence & Marjorie Boyer, Dave Boyles, Mariezita Bozek, Nancy Braaksma, Sara

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Bradley, Rick Brady, Kevin, Diane & Family Brandl, Guy & Janice Brandt, Veronica Brandy Lake BP/Amoco Braun, Steven Braunel, Julie Braunel, Keya Brechtl, Brad & Irma Bredemann, Dennis & Christine Bredemann, Jason Bredl, Stephaney Brehm, Elizabeth Brehm, Patricia Bremer, Jack, Cindy & Family Brewster, Kevin & Barb Brey, Bob & Carol Brice, Kathy Brickler, Donald & Kari Brickweg, Joe & Kathy Bridenhagen, Mike and Kristy Brilowski, Mike & Jan Brimacombe, Heather Brinkman, Severin & Audray Brinkmann, Agnes Britts, George & Vanessa Brock, Angela & Family Brock, Gloria Brockman, Nathan & Betty Brockman, Pat Brockman, Warren & Jennifer Brod, Allen & Dorothy Broecker, Tiffany Broeske, Ashley Broeske, Kimberly Broeske, Marvin & Kay Brokaw Credit Union Bronk, Kathy Bronson, Matt & Maureen Brooks, Roxann Brost, Tim & Lori Brostrom-Kickert Chevrolet Brown, Don & Sue Brown, Kevin & Gail Brown, Kray Brown, Steve & Kim Brown, Jerry & Mary Bruce’s River Cities Landscaping, LLC Bruggeman, Sharon & Darlene Schiller Brumbaugh, Donald

Brummer, Sheila Brunmeier, Lucas & Tricia Brunner, Bonnie Buchberger, Kimberly Buchberger, Rose Buck, Jim Bucknell, Rob & Julie Buehring, Troy Buelow, Jennifer Buetzberger, John & Yvonne Bugarsky, Peter Bull’s Eye Credit Union Bull Riding Challenge Bullock, Brenda Bunkelman, Julie Bunker & Bunker Construction, LLC Buntrock, Don & Judy Burant, Sylvia Burger, Joe & Terry Burger, Susan Burk, Dave Burnett, Mary Burnett, Ronald & Sherry Burnham, Dave Burns, Mike Burow, Herman & Katy Burr, Gordy & Mary Jane Burt, Lyle & Deanna Burwell, Mark Bury, Marlene Busche, Brian & Lorrie Busche, Patrick & Marsha Bushman, Dave & Diane Bushman, Jim & Judy Butalla, Mickey Butalla, Russell Butch’s Auto Repair Butcher, Bonnie Butler, Joseph & Kristie Buttke, Clark & Cheryl Buttke, Leanne Byom, Jon, Susan & Allison

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Cain, Richard & Joyce Opelt Cain, Steve & Janelle Caldwell, Dr. Michael Calkins, Lawrence & Ellen Call, Heather

Callaghan, Dr. Eric Callahan, Don & Katie Camatti, Frank & Jean Cammers, Earl & Darlene Camp, Gerry Campbell, Linda & Ben Campbell, Richard & Vickie Campbell, Trudy Campbell, Vern & Jean Cannady, Donald & Ramona Canning Law Offices, Ltd. Canning Law Offices, Ltd. Capital High Key Club Capulli, Jerry & Charlotte Carew, Kris Cargill Meat Solutions Carlson, Dave & Patti Carlson, Donald & DaNita Carlson’s Rustic Ridge Carpenter, Carla, Erin & Leigh Carpenter, Melisande Carrington, Michael & Debbie Carroll, Darla Carstensen, Clifford & Teresa Carstensen, Dusty & Mary Case, Bob Casey, Sandy Casper, Carol Casperson, Darrel & Debbie Cassidy, Tim & Kelly Cattanach, Vince Cavanaugh, Andy & Jill CDW Berbee Cedar Creek Mall Cedar Rail Court Cegielski, Lenny Central Abstract and Title Co., Inc. Central Beer Distributors, Inc. Central City Credit Union Central State Supply Corporation CWA, Inc. Central Wisconsin Chapter of Credit Unions Central Wisconsin Chapter of Medical Assistants Central Wisconsin Contractors Association Central Wisconsin Cooperative Central Wisconsin Credit Union Central Wisconsin Harley Owners

Group Chapter Central Wisconsin Whitewashing Ceplina, Don & Ruth Cepress, Kimberly Chadek, Marilyn Charneski, Randy & Cindy Charter Business Networks Chase, Lori Chase, Robert & Beverly Chase Stairwerks, Inc. Cherney, Erna Chili Implement Co., Inc. Chinnock, Cena Chiostri, Margie Christ Lutheran Ladies Aid - Chili Christensen, Anne Christensen, Jeff Christensen, John Christensen, Richard & Sandra Christianson, Kirstin Christoffersen, Edwin & Diana Chuck Gliniecki Cihlar, Allan & Peggy Cira, Pam Circle H Candies Cisewski, Jerome Ciskowski, Lenny City Point East Fork Homemakers Clark, Joe Clark, Karen Clark County Law Enforcement Association Clark Electric Appliance & Satellite Cleary, Douglas & Janet Clendenning, Tom & Linda Cleveland, Dr. & Mrs. David A. Cline, Kathy Clippinger, Bill Close, Gary Clover Club, LLC CMN Special Events Committee Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups, Inc. Coates, Mary Coffey, Bettie Cogar Construction Colbert, Barbara Colby, Virginia L. Coldwell Banker Larson Realty Cole, Autumn

Cole, Jack & Cindy Colhome Assn., Inc. Collins, Darla Colloton, Jill Colorado West Realty Commercial Recycling Corporation Communication Workers of America Local No. 4670 Complete Control, Inc. Compton, John & Karen Con Agra Connexus Credit Union Connor, LuAnn Control Concepts Technology Converse, Andy, Linda, Tammy & AJ Cook, Craig Cook, Dick Cook, Gary Cook, John Cook, Martha Coon, Stanley & Carol Cornelius, Dave & Michele Cornelius, Mike Corullo, Cory Corullo, Lyn Cose, Chuck & Lois Cost Cutters Cotton, Steve & Linda Coulman, Robert Country Charm Carpet Center Country Musicians Reunion County Market - Merrill Courtright, Kay & Laura CoVantage Credit Union CoVantage Credit Union - Antigo Coyer, Cheryl Craig, Michael & Kimberly Crawford, Don Crawford, Julie Creditor Recovery Service, LLC Crist, William & Julie Crooks, Steve & Jean Crosby, Norma Crosson, Kim Crotteau, Patricia Culton, Vivian Culver’s of Marshfield Culver’s of Minocqua Culver’s of Wausau - Cedar Creek Culver’s of Rhinelander

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Culver’s of Stevens Point Culver’s of Wausau - Bridge Street Culver’s of Wisconsin Rapids Cummings, Tammi Curtis, Bruce & Tambra Cusic, Dr. Marshall Jr. & Georgeanne Cutting, Cheryl Cychosz, Natalie Czaplinski, Marian Czappa, Holly Czarnecki, Diane Czarnezki, Ryan & Amber Czech, Mike Czenczek, Chris

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Dachel, Renee Daczyk, Annette Dagit, Dr. Aaron Dahl, Harold & Norma Dahlke, Curt Dahlke, Jack & Jane Dahlke, Todd & Beth Daigh, Eric Dairy Queen - Antigo Dairy Queen - Bessemer Dairy Queen – Eagle River Dairy Queen – Marshfield Dairy Queen - Merrill Dairy Queen - Minocqua Dairy Queen – Rhinelander Dairy Queen – Stevens Point Dairy Queen – Three Lakes Dairy Queen – Wausau, Grand Avenue Dairy Queen – Wausau, Thomas Street Dairy Queen – Wisconsin Rapids Dairyfest Ecumenical Service Dake, John & Heidi Dalio Family Foundation Inc. Dallman, Jan Dallman, Virgean Dalnodar, Jean Dalton, Lester & Beverly Dalum, Dr. Peter & Patricia Daniels, John & Shirley Darnell, Scott & Pam Dart, Dr. Richard & Wendy Dathe, Don & Pat Daul, Al & Marilyn

Daul, Elaine Daul, Kim David, David & Julie David, Merlin & DeAnn David, Paul & Patty David, Todd & Roxane Davies, Dave & Sue Davis, Ilse & Victoria Davis, Kitty Davis, Vicky Davison, Harlan & Colleen Day, James, Jody & Family Day, Judy De Boer, Dan & Pamela De Caire, Robert & Carol Dean, Chad Dean, Lori & Liz Dean, Paul Debevec, Agnes DeBoer, Randy & Pat DeBoer, Royce & Joyce Decker, Daniel & Mary Dederich, Dennis & Robin Dederich, Patrick Dee, Earl Deering, Robert & Mildred Deets, Tim & Dr. Cheryl Deffner, David & Paula Degenhardt, Paul & Dixie Dehnel, Jeremiah DeJarlais, Richard & Colleen DeJarlais, Richard & Dorene Dekeyser, Erin Dekeyser, Joshua Del Monte Foods Delacruz, Adrienne Delano, Katherine DeLasky, Jody DeLasky, Melvin & Marion DeLasky, Wes DeLeasky Brothers, Inc. Dellman, Larry Dellwood Pavilion DeLonay, Dr. Steven Dempze, Gary & Sue Dengel, Gary Denny, Dr. Ed & Laura Nelke Dental Clinic of Marshfield DeNucci, John Deremo, Jay & Meri

Derfus, Rick & Dawn Derfus, Virginia Derge, Allan Derge, Amy Derks, Andrew Derks, Art & Kay Dernovsek, Lucas & Tanya Derrico’s Black Belt School Derry, Jim Design Unlimited of Marshfield, Inc. Desloover, Dale & Carol DesRoches, Michael Destefano, Andrew Detterbeck, Ashley Deuel, Brian & Kim DeVetter, Dennis & Roberta DeVol, Joseph & Hillary DeVries, Bryan & Dr. Edna Dewitt, Kathy DeWitt, Paul & Renee Dhein, Herbert & Bonnie Dick’s Auto Dickey, Steven & Nanci Dicks Inc. Diels, Allan & Karen Diercks, Bill & Phyllis Dieringer, Bill & Mona Dietsche, James, Kelly & Family Dietsche, Leland & Bonnie Dillingham, Marie Dinius, John Dioguardi, Thomas Dittrich Auto Dix, Ken, Sue & Family DJ’s Bar & Grill Dmytro, Leo & Alice Dobbe, Robert & Debra Doberstein, Jennifer Dodson, Travis Doering, Norma Doescher, Jill Doll, Mary Dolph, Donovan Dolph, Richard & Jeanette Dombrowski, Eric & Jacqueline Dombrowski, Sandy Dombrowski, William & Diane Dommer, Agnes Donahue, LeRoy & Helen Donalds-Hylkema Post Aux. 137

Donnerbauer, Eugene & Georgene Donnerbauer, Linda Dorchester Lioness Club Dorn, Andrew & Teresa Dornacker, Duane Dorr, Ronald Jr. Dotseth, Ronald & Betty Doty, Jean Dowden, David & Lori Doyle, Jackie DQ Grill & Chill - Stevens Point Draeger, Gary & Barb Dragt, Randy & Jennifer Dreger, Kelly Drendel, Tom & Laura Dresden, Shelley Drew, Steve & Amy Jo Drewek, Rick & Julie Drewiske, Don & Jean Drewiske, Greg & Rebekah Drews, Jessie Drexler, Jerry & Judy DSS Builders & Home Improvement Duchateau, Jim & Penny Duchow, Marvin, Gerrie & Kenny Dudash, Norma Dudei, Troy & Wendy Dudley, Robert & Penny Duell, Thomas & Lonnette Duffek Sand & Gravel Dulian, Tammy Dunbar, Stacey Dunn, Margaret Dupee, Shawn Construction, LLC Dusek, Frank & Carol DuWayne Kreager Memorial Fund Duwe, Julie Duwe, Mary Dux, Barbara Dux, Genevieve Dymora, Kathryn Dymora, Nicole Dziekan, David

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Eades, Mary Eades, Scott & Rebecca Earle, Richard & Mary Earth Design Construction Inc.

Ebacher, Tim Ebbe, Linda Eckberg, Betty Eckelberg, Matthew & Aimie Ecklund, Elizabeth Ed, Jim Edlin, Dale & Jan Edwards, Elaine Edwards, Judy Edwards, Mary Eggebrecht, Oakley & Margaret Eichhorn, Bev Eichhorn, Jamie Eichhorn, Jess & Diane Eichhorn, Jess Eidnes, Nancy Eighth Street Auto, Inc. Eisner, Ted & Cheryl Ekkebus, David & Mary Elbe, Robert & Joann Elder, Tara Elendt, Bobbie Elgersma, Robert & Hannah Ellenbecker, Aaron & Lori Ellenbecker, Dean & Angie Ellenbecker Boys Ellerbe Becket, Inc. Elrod, Monica Elsen, Bob Elsen, Francis & Clara Elsesser, James Emanuel, Dr. Dean & Lorraine Emmerich, Loretta Empey, Jon & Peggy Employees Charity Organization ECHO Employees of Wick Building Systems Engebretson, Jim & Mary Sue Engel Fellowship Lodge No. 91 IOOF Engelien, John & Mary Enright, Joan Enterprise Homemakers Club Entwistle, Bill Erdman, Cory Erdman, Megan Erdman, Robert Erdmann, Larry Erickson, Chuck Erickson, Jayne Erickson, Jeri Ann

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Erickson, Michael & Corby Erickson, Paula Erickson, Dr. Scott Eron, Barbara ESE Integrated Control Systems Eshenbauch, Noah Espada, Dr. Ramon Esselman, Richard & Helen Esser, Alan & Marie Estate of Eleanor Zettler Estate of Jack Altmann Estate of Robert W. Christensen Estlund, Bill ETCO Electric Company Etter, Thomas Evans, Mike & Cheryl Evenson, Judith Evenson, Loren & Paula Evenson’s Marine L.L.C. Everson, Tim, Cheryl, Hannah & Kyle Ewan, Ervin Ewan, Richard, Nancy & Family Ewert, Dr. Brian & Kathleen Rulka Excel Plumbing EZ Dock Floating Dock System

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Faber, Merri Faber, Dr. Stephen Fait, Marvin & Jane Falk, Dennis & Peggy Falkinham, Dr. Ken & Sandy Falls, Hunter & Margaret Falstad, Jill Family & Friends of Derek Roehl Family & Friends of Helen Mader Family Natural Health Foods, Inc. Family of Brett Richard Lavey Faretta, Dennis & Ellen Farm Credit Services Farrington, Wisniewski & Trudeau Families Faulks, Robin & Karen Federwitz, Myron & Maridene Fehrman, Gary Felder Electric Inc. Feldman, Robert & Lynn Felhofer, Caroline Felker Brothers Corporation

Fellows for Humanity Feltz, Ken & Jackie Fencil, Darrell & Deborah Fencil Urethane Systems, Inc. Ferguson, David & Shaaron Fernandez, Dr. Edward & Yvette Festival Foods Fiala, Ron & Jerry Elbe Figi’s, Inc. Filiatreaux, Craig & Becky Filipiak, Geraldine Filipiak, Marlene Filter, Bill Fink, Elaine Finley, Robert & Kim Finnessy, Doug & Julie Finta, Tom & Dr. Kathleen Firestone, Ken & Jo Anne Firkus, Andy & Sarah First Choice Credit Union Firkus, Mary Firkus, Rose Firkus, Sarah Fischer, Dave & Josie Fischer, Delores Fischer, John & Rita Fischer, Joseph Fischer, Terry & Char Fisher, Anton & Bonnie Fisher, Dale & Jeanne Fisher, Jim & Wendy Fisher, Scott & Amber Fitzgerald, Rusty & Michelle Fitzke, Robert & Dianne Flage, Jeri Dee Flaig, Betty Flanagan, Susan Fletcher, Kelly & Brenda Flugaur, Gary & Terry Flugaur, Robert & Rose Foley, Bonnie Fogelis, Olga Follett, Seth Folz, Todd, Connie & Family Food Marketing Service Forde, Stacy Fordham, Gary Forrester, Edward & Nancy Forst, Adam & Heidi Forst, Steve & Mary

Foth, Dale Four Corners 4-H Club Foust, Jennifer Fox, Dale & Fran Fox, Gregg & Kim Francis, Gene & Laurie Francken, Jim & Lillian Frane, Joe & Linda Frank, Cody Frank, Ken Franken, Tom Frankewicz, Jason & Shelly Frankland, Julie Franz, Lloyd Fraternal Order of Eagles Airie No. 624 Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary No. 624 Fred Mueller - Service Techs Fred Mueller Buick Pontiac Fredrick, David & Mary Fredrick, Rob Free Flow Acupuncture LLC Freedlund, Shelby & Sydney Freeman, David & Sandy Freeman, Mary Freeman, Mary D. Freezin for a Reason Fregien, Liz Fregien, Ron Freidel, Tom & Joan Freiman, Dorothy Freimund, Danny & Dorean Freitag, Robert & Deb Freund, Jim & Lisa Freund, Paul & Joan Friday, Rodd & Jen Friends of the Marshfield Public Library Friends of Tomahawk Airport Fries, Jim & Joni Frisch, Elvera Fritz, Marlene Froehlich, Jeff & Jodi Frome, Gladys Frost, Fred & Karen Frost, Bill & Marie Fruin, Janet Fuchs, Peter & Christina Fudala, Gerry

Fuehrer, Dawn Fugazzotto, Victoria Fuhrmann, Darrell & Leann Fuller, Andrew & Lisa Fulwiler, Jack & Sherry Furo, Thomas & Amy

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Gaboda, Danette Gachnang, Shirley Gachnang, Tom & Kim Gadke, Judy Gaetz, Cindy Gagas, Donald & Irene Gagas, Gene & Barb Gagas, Rosalie Gage, Corissa Gage, Greg & Kris Gajewski, Marilee Gall, Jeff & Ellen Gallagher, Mike & Tammy Gallenberg, James & Paula Gallistel, Larry Gallistel, Elaine Gamm, Cory Gannett Wisconsin Newspapers Garbisch, Tom & Christine Gardner, Don Garrow, Emily Garski, Betty Garski, Tom Gassner, Jo Gast, Jeffrey, Luanne, Becky & Erin Gauerke, Karen Gaulke, Joy Gault, Edward & Karen Gawlik, Bryan & Andrea Gawlikoski, Roman & Ruth Gayken, Keith & Sherry Gaynor Cranberry Company Gear, Deborah Gebert, Jerry & Lynda Gedney, Frank Jr. Genett, James Gennaro, Jack & Diane Georgenson, Bruce & Becky Gerend, Jane Gerhard, Dr. James Gerszewski, Stanley & Melissa

Gessert, Randy & Cheryl Gessert Construction Getsinger, Tim & Tammy Geurink, Terry & Colleen Gianoli, Agnes Gibbs, Thomas & Jayne Giese, Corey & Amanda Giese, Laura Giese, Steve Giese, Vivian Giese, Warren & Heidi Giessel, Brownie Gilbertson, Nicholas & Jamie Gilbertson, Norene Gilhausen, Leroy Jr. & Kayla Gilles, Larry Gill’s Skyline Gilman, Charles & Marilou Gilman, Joe Gimse, Darryl & Carla Gin Mill Gisvold, Eugene & Michele Gleisner, Chuck Gleisner, Donald & Barbara Gleisner, Mike & Kathleen Glodowski, Alan & Colleen Glodowski, Bert & Mildred Glodowski, Leonard & Lorraine Go Hawg Wild Goessl Construction Inc. Goetsch, Bruce Goetsch, Darrell & Mary Goettl, Brad Gojmerac, Patricia Golden Corral #2547 Goldsmith, Mary Golf View Storage Golla, Martha Gonering, Marlous Gonske, Steven & Mary GoodSearch Gorder, Christian & Claudia Gordon II, A.J. Gordon, Milo R. Gorecki, John & Carol Gorski, George & Shirley Gorski, Rene & Laurelle Gorsuch, Duane & Dawn Gotter, Gene, Julie & Mariah Gotter, Katherine

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Gotto, Daniel & Sheri Gotz, Le Ann Gough, John Gould, Tom & Jane Grabiec, Edward Grabko, Renee Grabow, Kenneth & Rhonda Grabowski, Jesse Graczkowski, Judy Graffunder, Eugene & Ruth Graffwallner-Huseth, Marie Grall, Carey Grambort, Abbey Grambort, Pat Grancorvitz, Betty Grand Marsh State Bank Great Lakes Marketing, Inc. Green Acres Homemakers Club Green Bay Packers Greenberg, Aaron Greenberg, Karl & Nancy Greening, Criste Gregorich, Fred, Jill, Allison & Calvin Gregorich Girls Greiner, Diane Grell, Allen & Sandy Greunke, Cindy Griepentrog, Norbert & Janice Grierson, Dr. David & Terri Griesbach, Bill & Carol Griesmer, Bob & Jean Griffin, Deena Griffith-Morey, Christina Grimm, Chad & Jennifer Grinde, Paul & Marlene Gritt, Richard & Christine Groholski, Bob & Barb Gronski, Kenneth & Roxanne Gropp, Duwayne & Gerry Grorich, Dorothy Grose, William & Jane Groshek, Dennis & Virginia Groshek, Jim, ElFrieda & Megan Groshek, Jim & Virgina Groshek, Jamie Groshek, Kevin & Tina Gross, Anna Gross, Dr. Jody Gross, Kitty Grosz, Adam & Kristen

Grube, Laurie Gruber, Joe & Cathy Gruen, Mark & Catherine Gruenke, Francis & Linda Gruna, Andy & Annette Grunden, Marsha Grunow, William & Melita Grych, Rosemary Grzadzielewski, David Guden, Norbert & Christine Guidry, Francis & Karen Guldan, Pat, Gail, Luke & Laura Guldan, Roger & Jan Gunderson, Dale Guralski, Ron Guralski, Roxi Guralski, Scott, Mickie & Amber Guralski, Caroline Guralski, Shawn & Angela Guralski, Walter & Gertie Guralski, Lyle & Pearl Gustafson, Gary & Marie Gustafson, Patti Gustafson’s, Inc. #086 Gustin, Donald Gustin, Mark, Misty & Family Gut, Ronald & Linda Gutsch, Lisa Guziak, Geneva

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H&R Block - Sparta Haas, Donald & Elaine Haas, Michael & Michele Haas, Ray & Phyllis Haas, Sue Ann Haase, Josie Haasl, Jerry & Dawn Haasl, Len & Dawne Habash-Bseiso, Dr. Dana Habeck, Mary Hable, Jacob & Gail Hackbarth, Todd & Sue Haehlke, Perry Haemer, Barbara Haessig, Sally Hafermann, Brian & Jenny Hafermann, Doug & Kitty Haglund, Paul & Sherri Kouba

Hahm, Bill & Anne Hahn, Allan & Carol Hahn, Dale & Jane Hahn, Jack & Kathy “Hairway” 66 Beauty Shop Haka, Steve Hake, Jo Ann Halaska, Sandie Haleem, Shahid & Dr. Eram Rahim Haling, Kristine Hall, Brent & Theresa Hall, Ed, Judy & Shannon Hall, Jeremy Hall, Joshua Hall, Dr. Matthew & Cheryl Hallam, Lisa Hallas, Deb Halle, Bob & Jennifer Halminiak, Jay Jr. Hamann, Lori Hamel, Cynthia Hamin, Jody & Amy Hamm, Barry Hammond, Eric & Dawn Hampton, Jim & Bonnie Hamus, Richard & Kathryn Hand, Tom Handel, Eileen Handlin, Michael & Lisa Handrich, Mark Handrick, Grace Hanke, Sharon Hanneman, Wendy Hansen, Marcia Hansen, Dr. Raymond & Elaine Hansen, Renee Hansen, Roger & Ann Hansen, Violet Hardacre, Dr. Jerry & Marilyn Harder, Donna Rae Harder, Nathan Hardesty, John & Dorothy Hardginski, David & Jane Hardinger, Rita Hardrath, Cindy Hargett, Peggy Hargraves, Sue Harley-Davidson of Wausau Harrison Hills ATV Club Hart, John & Linda

Hartje, Ken & Doreen Hartjes, Michelle Hartjes, Randy & Sandy Hartle, Joseph & Bonnie Hartle, Ron & Shirley Hartman, Richard & Darlene Hartter, Juergen & Nancy Hartway, Peter & Marjean Harvey, Steve & Kelli Harvey’s Corner Pub Hasenohrl, James & Buffy Hasheck, Jeffrey & Karen Haskins, Pauline Haskins, Steve Hass, Todd & Sandy Hastreiter, Julie Hathaway, Gilbert & Shirley Hauke, Judy Haupt, Di Haupt, Ken Haupt, Nate & Becky Haupt, Sally Haviland, Ardis Hayden, Tim Hayes, Dr. John & Stephanie Hayes, Sarah Hays, Teresa Hayward, Donald & Charlene Hayward Community Credit Union Haza Mechanical, Inc. Heart, Carmen Heart, Ron & Carol Heartland Gazebos Hebblewhite, Ed & Genevieve Hebert, Art Heckel, Alvin, Ruby & Dennis Heeg, Vickie Heeren, Carol Heeren, Margie Hegel, Fred Heier, Carrie Heikenen, Chris & Evelyn Heikenen, Dr. Janice Heikenen, L.R. & Fay Heil, Fred & Donna Heiman, Kim & Cheryl Heimann, Brian & Mary Hein, Marilyn Hein, Roger & Shirley Hein, Ron

Heineck, Peter Heineman, Paul & Kathryn Heinze, Floyd & Lillian Heinzen Printing, Inc. Heise, Lon & Laura Heiser, Jamie, Brenda & Family Heiser, Dick & Cathy Held’s Bar Helgeson, Stephanie Helke, Lori Heller, Ed & Fae Hellner, James & Shelia Helm, Caroline Helmrick, Keith & Jane Helms, Rev. Alton Helms, Harvey & Linda Helms-Schlagenhaft, Mary Helmus Electric, Inc. Helweg, Christopher Helwig, Sharon Hemenway, Len & Pam Hendrick, Ann Hendrickson, Ardith Hendrickson, Harold & Betty Henke, Paul & Amy Henke, Ray & Janet Henke, Tom & Carol Henkelman, Shirley Henneman, Missy Hennes, Chuck Hennes, Robert Henry, Tom & Phyllis Henry Aumann Builders, LLC Hensel, Michael & Paula Hensler, Keith Heppe, Geraldine Heritage Bank - Spencer Herman, Patricia Hermann, Timothy & Doreen Herms, Bill & Gail Hernesman, David Herrick, Arlys Herrick, Molly Herrman, Linda Hersperger, Jill Hertel, Keith & Jill Perrine Herzberg, Alan Herzberg, Bruce Hess, William & Adeline Hetzel, Sarah

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Hetzel, Sue Heuer, Kurt & Kim Hewett, Dan Hickerson, James Hickey, Christian Hicks, Yvonne Higgins, Aimee Higgins, John & Dawn Hilbelink, Brad & Dr. Elizabeth Hilbert, John & Dana Hildebrand, Carol Hildebrandt, Joe & Nancy Hildebrandt, Lawrence & Jo Hildebrandt, Rich & Judy Hildebrandt, Rick & Kathleen Hildebrandt, Vern & Jeanne Hilgart, Thomas & Jane Hilgers, Geraldine Hill, Geri Hill, Rex & Ione Hill, Sean Hill & Walczak Law Office Hiller, Beth Hiller, Chris Hilley, Dave & Holly Hilltop Tavern Hines, Charlie & Dawn Hinker, Jennifer Hinker, Kent, Wendy, Lexi, Jonah & Xander Hinrichsen, Linda Hintz, Amanda Hintz, Dennis & Diane Hintz, Cheryl Hintz, Helen Hintz, Mike & Lori Hintz, Scott & Lynn Hintz, Tessa Hinz, Dale & Donna Hinz, Dave & Diane Hinz, Lloyd Hirman, Jerry & Cheri Ho-Chunk Nation Hobright, Bruce & Courtney Hodgson, Steve & Kim Hodkiewicz, Lorie Hoerneman, Dr. Brian Hoernke, Ginny Hoffman, Al Hoffman, Arlene

Hoffman, Mary Hoffman, Melissa Hoffman, Norman & Linda Hoffman, Ray & Ellen Hoffman, Shelly Hoffmann, Al Hoffmann, Brad Hoffmann, Robert & Karin Hog House Saloon Hoholik, Barb Holden, David Holden, Joanne Holiday Inn & Conference Center Holleran, Julie Hollis, Mary Hollywood Video - Marshfield Holman, Beverly Holmes, Brian & Shellie Holte, Jason Holubets, Gerald & Mary Holubets, Bob & Jackie Home Furniture Inc. of Wisconsin Rapids Home of the Hamburger, Inc. Honaker, Taylor & Janelle Honkomp, Michael & Joy Hooten Beamers Hopfensperger, Fred & Charlene Hopp, Gerald & Donna Hoppus, Michael & Patti Horn, Ken & Dawn Hornung, James & Julie Horton, William Houk, David & Rebecca Hovre, Tim Howard, Bonnie Howard, Bill Hoynes, William Huber, Brenda Huber, Elroy & Harriet Huber, Ken & Angel Huber, Scott & Laura Huber, Tom & Mary Ellen Hubing, Jeremiah Hubing, Tom & Melissa Huddleson, Mike Huebner, Derek Huebsch, Allen & Jane Huebsch, Sue Hufnagel, Marie

Hughes, Jim & Mary Hughes, Steven & Sandra Hughes Service Huilman, John & Dianne Hunt, Susan Hunter, Caryl Hunter, John Huntwork, Marge Hurckman, Ron Hurd, Janice Hurtis, Gil & Darlene Hustedt, Kay Huth, David & Jean Hutzler, Dolores

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I. Brandl, Inc. Identity Works Iggy’s Trucking IHOP - Plover Immerfall, Nancy International Brotherhood of Elec. Workers-#388 Ireland, Ken Irwin, Dale & Jeanette

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J. W. Mattek & Sons, Inc. Jack Pine Savages Snowmobile Club Jackan, Scott Jackson, Eugene Jackson, Virginia Jacob, Ray & Carol Jacobson, Mary J. Jaeger, Peter & Marie Jagmin, Nancy Jakobi, Duane & Elsie Jakopin, Dr. Paul & Jan James, Mary Jameson, Peggy Janas, Jeff & Maureen Janesch, Steven & Michelle Janiszewski, Jerome & Sherry Jankowski, Lawrence & Peggy Jankowski, Lynn & Family Janowski, Myrna Janz, Gary & Bobbi Janz, James & Rita

Janz, Nicholas Janz, Sara Jarchow, Steven & Lisa Jarog, Andy & Dena Jastromski, Bob & Connie Jasurda, Ed & Lori Jasurda, Frank & Donna Jaworski, Chris & Arlene Jefferson, Mark & Carolyn Jelich, Rudy Jelinski, Barb Jensen, Dick Jensen, Doug & Jeanne Jensen, Gary & Paula Jensen, Glen & Susan Jensen, James & Christine Jepsen, Gary & Kathy Jerzak, Rene Jisperson, Peggy JJ’s Acres, Inc. Jo Jo’s Bar Job’s Haven Jochimsen, Kurt & Pam Joe’s Bar on the Square John, Casey & Renee Johnson, Christine Johnson, Donna E. Johnson, Doug Johnson, Erik Johnson, Erin Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Linda Johnson, Lori Johnson, Mary Jo Johnson, Randall & Pamela Johnson, Scott & Kim Johnson, Steve, Vikki & Josh Johnson, Sue & Shirley Johnson Johnson, Ted & Diane Johnson, Dr. Wayne Johnston, David & Barbara Jojade, Chuck & Lee Jones, Cindy Joosten, LeRoy & Sally Joosten, Ron & Emma Joosten, Bill & Cynthia Jordan, Kevin & Stephanie Jorgensen, Ruth Jorgensen, Yvonne Jorgenson, David & Linda

Jorgenson, Dwayne & Barbara Joshi, Dr. Divya-Devi Joswick, Michael & Lois Jr’s House of Kitchens Judge, Tom & Mavis Juedes, Allan & Charlotte Juedes, Richard & Mary Junion Photography Jung, Arthur & Shirley Jung, Robert & Judy Jurisch, Florence Jurishica, Cynthia Jurkowski, Leo Jurries, Jack & Judy

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K & S Fuel Injection Kafka Granite, LLC Kahn, Dr. Qaseem Kaiser, Bill & Pat Kaiser, Jeff & Chris Kaiser, Ray & Betty Kaiser, Richard & Tess Kaiser, Roxanne Kaiser-Balz, Lori Kalata, Randy & Debbie Kaldunski, Ellen Kallies, Jacob Killinen, Gillian Kaluzny, Ray & Jean Kaminski, Arlene Kaminski, Faye Kamps, Jim Kane, Mark & Colleen Kania, Jackie Kanitz, Dan & Dawn Kanitz, Dorothy Kapusta, Scot, Janet & Family Karbowski, Joel Karch, Kevin Karkkainen, Steven & Sally Karpinski, Leon & LuAnn Karpinski, Mike Kasch, Steve Kaser, Dan & Mardell Kasmierski, Joanne Kasper, Kenny & Joanne Kathamegos, Paul & Karen Katzenberger, Ruth

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Katzenberger, Scott & Jodi Kawleski, Jack & Marilyn Kearley, Darlene Keech, David & Kim Keel, John & Pat Keenlance, Robby Keip, Greg & Jean Kelley, Shawn Kelling, Kim Kellner, Kim Kelly, Tessa Kelman, Dr. D. B. & Cynthia Kelnhofer, Bernadine Kelnhofer, Jon & Lynn Kelnhofer, Ryan & Lynette Kelsey, Randy & Laura Kelz, William & Eileen Kennedy, Doris Kennedy, Georgia Kenowski, Sarah Kensel, Karen Kerchefski, Scott & Jackie Kerkman, Dave & Diane Kerntop, Daniel & Amy Kester, Daniel & Kathleen Kester, Denis & Barbara Kester, Shane Kestler, Richard & Gayle Kettner, Jim & Cindy KH Fisher Services LLC Kieffer, Dave Kiefer, Laura Kieffer, Raymond, Laurie & Family Kilty, Patrick & Keresa Kim’s Barrel Inn King, Gary King, Maurice & Joanne Kipfer, Dale & Wendy Kirkhorn, Dr. Steven & Mary Jo Siebenaler Kirsch, Fred & Joan Kirsch, Ray & Bea Kiser, Guy & Kari Kissinger, Jeffrey & Beth Kitzhaber, Dan & Christy Kiwanis Club of Plover Kiwanis Club of Wisconsin Rapids Kiwanis Foundation of Wisconsin Rapids, Inc. Kizewski, Roman & Judy K&K Investments

Klapatauskas, Mike & Lorraine Klappa, Judy Klawikowski, Marvin & Kathy Kleckner, Jayne Klein, Richard J. Klement, Mary Klemm, Brad & Paula Kleparski, Jim & Lucille Klett, Richard & Cheryl Klieforth, Randy & Dawn Klimisch, David & Diane Klinger, Ruth Ann Klinger, Todd Klinke, Robert & Lonna Klish, George & Susan Klismith, Phillip Kloch, John & Tessie Kloos, Scott & Kari Kluck, Kevin Kluender, Don & Jean Kluetz, Matt Klumpyan, Dan Klute, Justin & Elizabeth Kmiec, Dennis & Kaye Knapp, Jason Knapstein, David & Susan Knauf, Rose Knauf, Susan Knetter, Kathy Knetter, Travis & Gina Knight, Sandra Knights of Columbus Council 1558 Knoll, Terry & Lisa Knuesel, Andrew & Jean Knutson, Cindy Knutson, Marleen & Family Koback, Todd & Amanda Peters Kobs, Gerald & Sharon Koch, Greg Koch, Mike Kock, Matt & Tamra Koczka, Judy Koderl, Thomas Koehl, Dr. Jim Koehler, Bill Koehler, Lucille Koenig, Michael & Jane Koepke, Dean & Lindsay Koerten, Craig & Cindy Koffarnus, Judy Kohlbeck, John & Stephanie

Kohlbeck, Roger & Geraldine Kohlnhofer, Francis & Carolyn Kohls, Jim & Karen Kohnhorst, Cindy Kolbeck, Nan Kole, Gerald & Marilyn Kolinski, Stanley & Dee Kolka, Kraig & Jamie Koll, James Koll, Michelle Koller, Frank & Betty Kollmansberger, Tina Kollock, Bob & Pat Kollross, Jeanette Konkle, Bruce & Cindy Konkle, Steve & Pat Konkol, Germain Konkol, Karen Konkol, Linda Konrardy, Marv & Claudine Kopacz, Michael & Vicki Kopacz, Vic & Kathy Kopchinski, Larry & Cathy Schwartz Kopf, Caroline Kopf, Dale & Patricia Kopplin, Laura Kops, LeRoy & Shirley Korenuk, Russ & Denise Korntved, George Kortas, Kathy Korte, Joe & Becky Koschak, Mary Kosek, Joe Koski, Mark & Carol Koslowski, Steven Kosmalski, Laurie Kostecki, Clarence & Phyllis Kostka, Darryl & Lynn Kostroski, Gene & Sharon Kotke, Dan & Nancy Kotlowski, Janet Kotlowski, Sherry Kouba, Lester & Georgia Kouba, Sandra Kovach, Peter & Shelley Kowaleski, Diane Kowalski, John & Betty Kowalski, Ron Kowieski, Tom, Carol & Family Kozik, Conrad & Sandy Kozik, Ken & Joan

Kozochowicz, Jan Kracht, Bradley & Letitia Kracht, Curtis & Liz Kracht, Harold & Barbara Kraege, Rudolph & Annabelle Kraemer, Greg & Cindy Krahn, Ken & Lois Krainz, Robert, Mary Ann & Duane Krainz, William & Helga Krall, Evelyn E. Krall, Roger & Karen Kramer, Roland &Theresa Kramer, Vivian Kramer-Kaulum, Cyndi Krampf, John Kranz, Frank & Natty Kraus, Edith Kraus, Tim & Kelly Krause, Brittany Krause, Chelsea Krause, Darrell & Maureen Krause, Jim Krause, Lavine Krause, Nancy Krause, Nancy L. Krawisz, Dr. Bruce & Dr. Jane Kennedy Krebsbach, Michael Kremar, Joseph Kressel, Earl & Helen Kretz Lumber Company Kretz Riverview Golf Course, Krieg, Andrew Krieg, Hattie Krings, Deb Krings, Mark Krings, Mary Jo Krings, Paul & Karen Kroening, Leroy & Cheryl Kroening, Lisa Kroening, Richelle Kroening, Rosemary Krogstad, Dr. Roger Krohn, Lori Krohn, Sierra Krohn, Tiffany Krohn, Timothy & Susan Krohn, Walter Krolczyk, Colleen Krolczyk, Lance Kroll, Myron & Elizabeth

Kroll, Peter Kroll, Ron Kromanaker, Ken & Pat Kromenaker, Dennis & Sue Kromenaker, Tom & Kim Kronberger, Jennifer Kronenwetter, David Kronstedt, Garry Kronstedt, Gerald & Cheri Krueger, Art & Carole Krueger, Kedrin Krueger, Kim & Cheri Krueger, Rev. Mark & Sandra Krueger, Roger Krueger, Sandy Krueger, Kathy Kruger, Lenny Kruit, Jack & Laurie Krukowski Stone Co., Inc. Krummel, Douglas & Jill Krummel, Kane & Ann Kruppe, Shirley Krutza, James & Carol Kryda, Dr. Michael Kryshak, Tom & Nancy Krysiak, Dawn Krzanowski, Andrea Krzykowski, Mark & Charlene Kubach, David & Ruth Aanrud Kubetz, Ronald & Cindy Kubiak, Bernice Kubisiak, Gloria Kubisiak, Kathy Kubowski, Paul & Tami Kuehl, Bobby & Evelyn Kuehner, Drs. Marvin & Hope Kuehnhold, Katie & Ahlexis Kufahl Transport Kuhn, Melissa Kuhn, Tim & Jean Kuivanen, Paula Kukainis, Aivars & Joyce Kukulka, John & Betty Kulas, Corine Kulas, Donald Kulas, Linda Kulas, Scott & Tracy Kumm, Mike & Marcia Kumm, Raymond & Trudy Kummer, Walter & Sandy Kundinger, Jim & Vicki

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Kundinger, Jason & Kim Kunze, James & Darlene Kunze, Marilyn Kurlinski, Pete & Beverly Kurszewski, Brenda Kurszewski, Wesley & Jill Kurth, Doug & Barb Kurth, C. Sallie Kurth, Darrell & Debra Kurth, Gerard & Julie Kurtzweil, Edwin & Angeline Kuse, Shelly Kusta, Dennis & June Kwik Trip, Inc. Kwosek, Dan & Joyce Kyle, Wayne & Sally

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Laatsch, Frederick & Eileen LaBarge, Donald & Margie Labelle, Al LaCanne, Alicia Ladel Farm Laessig, Linda Laffin, Kurt & Nancy Laidlaw Education Laing, Jacqueline Lake, Mr. & Mrs. Casey Lake Arrowhead Association Lakeland Roofing Lakeland Travel & Cruises, Inc. Lakeside Yoga Youngsters Lalonde, Bridget LaMacchia, Jenny Lamb, Brad Lamb, Kelly Lamb, Mark, Dawn & Rachel Lamb Weston Lambert, Rochelle Lamers, Patience LaMont, Kim Lancour, Nancy Land O’ Lakes - Spencer Landin, Mark & Lindie Landowski, Gerald & Linda Landrath, Mitchell & Tammy Landwehr, Dorothy Landwehr, Patty Landwehr-Mootz, Sandy Lang, Bobby & Linda

Lang, Carl & Susan Lang, Evan, Mary & Family Lang, Melvin & Betty Lang, Pam Langbehn, Dale & Jean Lange, Dick Lange, Michael & Jacqueline Langfeldt, Pam Langlade County Tavern League Langreck, Allan & Lisa Langreck, Dixie Langrehr, Al & Elsie Lannigan, Daniel & Susan Lanoue, Kris Lanphear, Ron & Jalayne Lanzi, Joe & Vickie LaPointe, Bill & Marilyn Lar’s Fab Shop Largest Loser Contest - Tom Buttke Larse, Erin Larsen, Lars & Ashley Arndt Larsen, Richard & Nellie Larsen, Bob & Laurie Larson, Aileen Larson, Audrey Larson, Brandi Larson, Jim & Sue Larson, Jeffrey & Wendy Lary, Ed & Carol Laska, Diane Last Minute Limo USA, Inc. Lauby, Jason Laufer, Thomas & Shirley Law, Hui & Char Lawrence, Al & Joyce Lawrence, Jody Layton, James & Jill Lazarski, Jerry & Deb Lazarski, Hayley LBR Racing Team Leach, Jen Leach, Stacey Leblanc, Allan & Kate Ledden, Mary Ledin, Mark & Debbie Ledin, Wayne & Sharon Ledvina, Lawrence & Kathleen Lee, Ed & Cindy Lee, Kathleen Lee, Mark & Anne Dempesy Lee Leffel’s Supper Club

Lehmann, Richard & Brenda Lehnherr, Bob & Mabel Lehrke, Jodi Leick, Dan & Kerri Leick, Greg & Mary Leick, Kevin & Brenda Leick, Jim & Kay Leick, Peter & Ellen Leiterman, Steve & Lori Lemke, Lois Lemke, Jackie Lemke, Kevin & Family Lemmer, Lisa Lemmer, Sherri & Hailee Craker Lemoine, Ken & Carole Lenz, Jack & Lorraine Lenz, Jeff & Laurie Lenz, Laura Leonard, Al & Stacy Leonhardt, Todd & RaeAnn Lepak, David & Ann Lepinski, Tanner Leroy, Ron & Judy Lesmeister, Michael & Karen Leszczynski, Tara Lettau, Gene & Theresa Leverance, Loren & Janet Levy, Marc & Debra Lewandowski, Dennis & Anita Lewandowski, Bill, Sandy, Alex & Mary Lewinski, Tom & Joyce Lewis, Rachael Lieber, Scott & Julie Lieberman, Robert & Dr. Kristin Lieders, Orville & Arlene Lightning Sales & Service Lila, Dennis & Bonnie Lila, John, Patricia & Johnathon Lila, Joe & Linda Lincoln County Rodeo Days Association Lincoln High School - Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School - FFA Lind, Jessica Lindner, Richard & Ann Lindner, Sue Lindquist, Darlene Lindsay Kiwanis Club Lindsey Bar & Grill

Linzmaier, Amy Linzmeier, Barbara Linzmeier, Raymond & Carolyn Linzmeier, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lioness Affiliate District 27-C2 Lippert, Jerry & MaryAnn Lisack, Tom & Nancy Liske Marine Sales & Service Little Club Tavern Little Rose Riders Snowmobile Club Litwaitis, Jerry & Crystal Livernash, Linda Lobner, Alan & Alita Lobner, Randy Lobner, Terry & Robin Lockman, Ginny Lockrem, Dave Log A Load For Kids Logterman, Kari Loiselle, James & Shari Lokre, Gary & Doris Lombardo, Kevin & Leann Lonely Few Motorcycle Club Loos, Julie Loppnow’s Sports Bar Lorbecki, Tim & Vicki Lorbiecki, Ron Losinski, Edward & Theresa Lotter, Ruth Loveland, Terry & Pam Lovesee, Bruce & Pamela Lowe, Barb Lowman, Jason & Rebecca Lownik, Dr. Jim & Mary Lowry, John Loyal Ambulance Service Lubach, Cheryl Lucas, Robert & Teresa Lucht, Vaughn Lucht, Cindy Luchterhand, Adam & Kristina Lucksted, Phil & Jill Luedtke, Vivian Luepke, Todd, Robin, Kaitlyn & Sully Lukarich, Sue Lund, Amanda Lund, Jeremy Lunde, Dick Lundquist, Leanne Lunkos, Edward & Joyce Lurvey, Ernie & Jennifer

Lutz, David & Pam Lutzke, Donald & Byrdine Lynn, Cheryl Lyon, Jerry & Kim

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M & I Bank – Antigo M & I Banks of Marshfield Mackin, George Mader, Rob & Leslie Madlena, Troy & Melissa Maggio, Alice Magic Carpet Helicopters Magill, John Magnin, Dr. George & Anna Magrecke, Patricia Maguire, Helen Maguire, Patricia Mahoney, Don & Betty Mai, Lois Maki, James & Tara Makovsky, Tim & Peggy Malek, Jenny Mallek, Kris Mallek, Robert & Lisa Malmstrom, Gregg Malsin, Mark & Luanne Mancini, Daniel Mancl, Carol Mancl, Elaine Mancl, Gary & Julie Mancl, Jesse & Geri Mancl, Larry & Joyce Fuehrer-Mancl Mancl, Paul & Mary Mancl, Pete & Marilyn Mancl’s Grocery Manickam, Dr. Panneer Manley, Peter, Mary & Matt Mann, Kathy Mannigel, Harlan Mansavage, Paul Manternach, Ruth Manthe, Jeanine Maple Fall Festival VIP Dunk Tank Marach, Bruce & Doris Marathon County Employees Credit Union Marathon FFA Marathon Rothschild Credit Union Marathon Travel, Inc.

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Marchel, Sandy Margelofsky, JoAnn Marks, Richard & Cynthia Markworth, Ron & Donna Marquardt, Dean & Ginny Marsch, Dave Marshall, Gayle Marshall, John & Susan Marshall-Storke, Sharon Marshfield Area Chamber Of Commerce Marshfield Area YMCA Marshfield Baseball Association, Inc. Marshfield Clinic Marshfield Clinic – Histology Lab Marshfield Clinic - Pediatrics Marshfield Clinic Care Management Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Marshfield High School Marshfield Insurance Agency Marshfield Medical Center Credit Union Marshfield Savings Bank, S.A. Marshfield Wilbert Vault Works, Inc. Martell, Ken & Stephanie Marti, Roger & Lori Martin, Dane & Tracy Martin, Darlene Martin, Dave & Kathy Martin, Debbie Martin, Doris Martin, Emily Martin, Gladys Martin, Michael Martin, Stephany Martin, Timothy & Debra Martin Dental Martishus, Gene Marx, Ann Marx, James Marx, John C. Marx, John L. Marx, Robert Mason, Ron & Donna Mast, Aurelia Masterson, Leslie Mathews, Ramona Mathis, Arnold & Darlene Matteson, Floyd & Beatrice Matteson, Melissa Matthews, David

Matticks, Gloria Matush, Ed & Virginia Matushak, Marcy Matyka, Robert & Joyce Mauer, David Mauer, Wayne & Gayle Maxwell, Kathy May, Gerald & Susan May, Bob Mayer, Allen & Terri Mayer, Tim Mayrer, Cathy Mays, Katie Mazza, Dr. Joseph & Virginia McCain Foods USA, Inc. McCarter, Kathleen McCarville, Dan McClung, Brian & Mary McConnaughey, John McCue, Fred, Melissa & Family McDonald, Robert McDonell, Vanessa McDougall, Jada McDowell, Tim & Stacey McEwen, Kevin & Katherine McFarlane, Dr. Lawrence & Margaret McGill, Dr. Charles McGill, Jim & Deb McGinley, Bob & Lucy McGivern Masonry, Inc. McHugh, Rose McInerney, John & Kerry McIntee, Rodney & Jean McKelvey, Dede McNary, Brenda McTavish, Greg Means, Jeanne Mechelke, Warren & Violet Mechler, Renee Meditech Enterprise 5.6 Implementation Team Meharg, Bill Mehlberg, Brian & Julie Mehlberg, Greg & Karen Meier, Dr. Paul & Rita Meissner, Jerry & Diane Melby, Kim & Kim Marshall-Melby Mellberg, Doreen Mellom, Brenda Melzin, April Members’ Advantage Credit Union

Mengel, Cherish Mengel, Karen Meo, Abby Mercier, Lora Merkel, Keith & Kris Melaas Merkel Merrill, Gary, Lisa & Family Meshak, Lois Messman, Evelyn Messman, Jessica Methfessel, Chris Metter, Patricia Metz, Betty Metz, Dr. Mark Metz, Rodney & Lisa Meverden, Marc & Janel Mewes, Cheryl Meyer, Harriet Meyer, Herbert & Audrey Meyer, Dr. James Meyer, Jerry & Eunice Meyer, Marv & Nancy Meyer, Steve & Sue Meyer, Thomas & Gail Meyer, Tim & Cindy Meyer Trucking Meyers, Steph Meyers, Victor & Greta Mezera, Harold & Ethel Marshfield Medical Complex Employee Craft Sale Mianecki, Alice Michalik, Cliff & Jan Michalski, Allan & Rhonda Michalski, Geraldine Michigan Sporting Goods Distributors, Inc. Michlig, Monica Mid-Western Rodeo MidAmeria Carpets, Inc. Middleton, Susan Midwest Crane Mielke, Carl & Doris Mielke, Gregory & Laura Mielke S-Curve Dairy Mieritz, Roberta Mike & Betsy’s Hiawatha Bar & Grill Milbrant, Paul Mildbrand, Scott & Gail Miles, Bill & Cheryl Milkey, Dottie Mill Creek Gardens

Millard, Gary Miller, Connie Miller, Craig & Pamela Miller, Fritz Miller, Gene & Joyce Miller, Jerry Miller, Kelli Lyn Miller, Ken & Jody Miller, Kenneth & Tammy Miller, LeRoy & Delores Miller, Dr. Michael & Mary Sue Miller, Dick & Barbara Miller Water Conditioning Mills, Jennifer Mills, Patsy Mindemann, Joanne Minder, Walt, Paula & Amber Ministry Health Care Minor, Tom Miracle Acres Dairy Farm Mischnick, Rebecca Misiewicz, Regina Misty’s Menu - Miniembr Inc. Mitchell, Dale & Mary Mitchell, James & Karen Mjelde, Laurie Mlodik, Matthew & Tanya Mlsna, Greg & Deb Mobley, Alice Modrzewski, Amy Modrzewski, Steve & Jacci Moen, Janice & Family Moen, Noreen Mohler, Jim Molepske, Jesse Molitor, Ken & Andrea Molski, Rhody & Sandra Momsen, Ken & Elaine Mondl, Jim, Loralee & Family Mondloch, Allen Montag, Jim & Jan Montalto, Cyndi Montero, Walter & Jessica Montgomery, Keith Moody, Dustin Moore, Jim Moose Family Center #1572 Moran, John & Jill Moran, Tom & Ann Moravian Church Morgan, Susan

Morien, Mae Morris, William & Elizabeth Morrow, Virginia Morzewski, Erv & Janet Morzewski, Kassie Moscinski, Clinton & Lindsey Moscinski, Kenneth & Sherri Moscinski, Ron & Donna Moscinski Upholstery Moscinski-Coleman, Elizabeth Moser, David & Linda Motte, James & Kristy Mount Sinai Congregation School Moyer, Lee & Char Mr. Ed’s Corral Mrotek, Erik & Vickie Mrotek, Gerald & Betty Mrs. Hall’s 2nd Grade - Stratford Elementary Mucha, Glen & Sarah Mudgett, Dale Mueller, Brenda J. Mueller, Joe & Lin Mueller, Lori Mueller, Dr. Rick & Barbara Mueske, Art Muhlenbeck, Paul Mukherjee, Dr. Rama Mullane, Philip & Susan Bowman Mullane Mullen, James & Mary Kay Mullens, Austin Mulligan, Dr. Gerald & Marian Mulligans Irish Pub Mullins, Donald & Londa Mullins, Josh & Kelly Mullins, Bill & Mary Munger, Rodney Munson, Lloyd Murphy, Jamie Murray, James & Joyce Musch, Jacob Muschinske, George & Mae Muschinske, Rev. Peter & Katherine Musnicki, Fred & Joan Muthu, Lakshmanan & Anandhi Natarajan Myers, Dr. William & Lois Myszka, Jayme & Victoria

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Nachazel, Deb Nachazel, Laura Nachazel, Vandy & Dorothy Nagorny, Bonnie Nahring, Donna Nalbach, Celia Nansted, Michelle Nash, Al & Maryann Nash, Jerry & Rose Nash, Joe & Michelle Nash/Podvin/Tuchscherer/Huttenburg/ Weymouth/Krysha Nasonville Dariy Nasser, Dr. Rana National Catholic Society of Foresters St. Margaret Court #1074 - Athens National Institute of Transition Planning, Inc. Natzke, Esther Nazareth Women of the ELCA Nedden, John & Renee Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank Nelson, Charles & Diane Nelson, David Nelson, Frances Nelson, Gunnar Nelson, Joyce Nelson, Katie Nelson, Larry & Jane Nelson, Larry & Kathy Nelson, Lloyd & Elaine Nelson, Scott & Diane Nelson’s County Market Nemetz, Susan Nerada, Dennis Nest, Claudette Nest, Delores Nettesheim, Greg & Pam Netzer, Tom & Lorraine Neuendorf, Charles & Kris Neumann, Gary & Debbie Harmon New Horizons Dental LLC Newby, Barbara Newsom, David & Wendy Nickerson, Dr. James & Gretta Nicolaus, Kelly Nicolet, James & Barbara Nicolet Credit Union Nieckula, Jim

Niehaus, Gerald & Laura Niehaus, Jane Nielsen, Judy Nielsen, Ken & Mary Ann Nieman, Larry & Becky Niewolny, Wilma Nikolai, Eleanor Nikolay, Pat & Patti Nikolay, Rick & Karen Nimmo, Lawrence & Sharon Nimsgern, Tom Ninnemann, Deane Nite-Rider Motorcycle Club Nixdorf, Gloria Niziol, Sally Noah, Joan Nofftz, Richard & Bev Norberg, Dan Nordbeck, Mark & Roxane Nordby, Andria Nordstrum, Barb Norman, Shelley Normand, Matt & Mary North, Doug & Tina North, Lloyd & Mary North Central Classics and Customs LTD. North Central WI Antique Steam & Gas Engine Club North Country Lumber Co., Inc. North Point Drafting, LLC Northern Comfort Heating & Cooling LLC Northern Environmental Technologies, Inc. Northern State Power Company dba Xcel Energy Northwoods Foods, Inc. Novak, Mark & Rhonda Novak-Nelson, Robin Novotny, Keith & Lauri Nowack, Kevin & Carla Nowack, Mark & Karen Nowak, David & Darci Nowak, Jerome & Shirley Nowak, Stanley & Susan Nowicki, Stephen & Judy Nugent, Bill & Linda Nutz Deep II Nyberg, Mark Nyberg, Rodger & Beryl

Nygaard, Mike Nystrom, Chuck

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O’Brien, Lorraine O’Day, Patrick O’Donnell, John & Margaret O’Keefe, Joan O’Keefe, Pam O’Sullivan, John O’Toole, Shannon Oberg, David & Gayle Obermann, Wally Obermeier, Della Obermeier, Bob & Deb Obermeier, Vernon & Lois Obernberger, Kimberlee Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. Wisconsin Rapids Odehnal, Jerry Oertel, Emil & Lucille Offstein, Gary Ohlsen, Ray & Elizabeth Ojeda, Vianey Olds, Brian & Anney Olds, Julie Oleson, Bonnie Oleson, Mark Oleson, Randy Oleson, Wally & Gerri Oligney, James Olivarria, Ernest & Dr. Adrienne Cruz Olsen, Bill & Dori Olsen, Jim Olson, Gary & Kim Olson, Heidi Olson, Jay, Lisa & Family Olson, Jim & Rita Olson, Tom & Kathy Olson, Marjorie Olson, Phil & Carol Olson, Richard & Beverly Olson, Kathy Onan, Gloria Order of the Sleepless Knights Parrot Head Club Orlikowski, Thomas & Patricia Orlikowski, Todd Orthwein, Patti Oslage, Lora Jean

Osmalov, Mike Osowski, Gene & Jody Osowski, Thomas & Sharon Ostrowski, Edward & Jolene Ostrowski, Ed & Jolene Ostrowski, Robert & Karen Ostrowski, Sue Osypowski, Darrell Other Mothers Ottman, Patricia Otto, Jodi Otto, Sharon Ousley, Dr. Joseph & Mary Overturf, Kevin Owen, Hudson & Soo

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Pabst, Dan Packard, Heather Pade, Gordon & Emily Pagel, Eldon & Pat Pagel, Tim & Jessica Pagel, Troy & Sandie Pagel, Viola Pagels, Maryn Pajac, Joe & Lory Palecek, Tom & Jarris Pallen, Troy Panko, Anton & Valeria Panko, Ron & Mary Jo Pankratz, Darrell & Carol Panter, Dona Panzer, Dave & Laurie Papa Joe’s Bar Paper City Savings Charitable Foundation Parimanath, Dr. Sherine Park, Dr. Roger & Carol Park City Credit Union Park Institute & Fitness Center, Inc. Parker, Margo Parker, Mike Parker, Tom & Jane Parker, Vickie Parlanti, Roger & Jill Parlier, Barb Parmer, Deb Parr, Jennifer Parr, Melissa Parrish, Kyle

Partners with Saint Joseph’s Hospital Parvin, Jim & Sheila Paschke, Jim Pask, Lisa Patoka, Bonnie Patoka, Joseph & Jodi Patrick Arendt Attorney at Law, LLC Patten, Nicole Paul, Allen Paul, Lou Ann Paul, Sally Paul Henke & Golfing Partners Paulson, Ed Paulson, June Pautzke, Alfred & Patricia Pavelec, Derek & Krista Pavelski, Sheri Pavlicek, Jim & Denise Pawlak, Karen Pawlak, Sue Pawlowski, David Pearson, Juanita Pecha, David Pecher, Brian & Laurie Pecher, Norb & Andrea Pederson, Glen & Julianne Pederson, Rochelle Pedroza, Arlene Peele, Donna Michelle Pekar, Ray & Elaine Pelner Plumbing, Inc. Peloquin, Chris, Susan, Ben & Anna Pelot, Alice Pelot, Daniel & Sara Pelton, Steve & Linda Pemble, Ronda Pendergast, Bonnie Penke, Connie Pennell, Joy Penshorn, Kent & Ellen People’s Choice Credit Union Peoples Fuel, LLC Peplin Memorial VFW Auxiliary No. 8280 Peplinski, Doug & Renee Pepp, Jeffrey, Nancy & Family Pergolski, John & Diane Persson, Christopher & Wynne Ellen Perttula, Evelyn Pervisky, Shelia Pescinski, Charles & Cindy

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Peters, Dale & Sharon Peters, Ed Peters, Patrick Petersdorf, Pam Petersen, David & Lee Peterson, Alvera Peterson, Becky Peterson, Dan & Arlove Peterson, Mary Peterson, Renee Peterson, Scott Peterson, Timothy & Norma Peterson, Marcella Petri, Laurie Petrowski, Darin & Terry Petty, Daniel & Joann Pezewski, Randy & Shelley Pfaffendorf, Megan Pfannerstill, Iris Pfeifer, James & Lisa Pfingsten, Grace Phelps, Michael & Yasna Phil Ziesemer Photography Phillip, Becky Phillips, Dr. Robert Phillips Ford, Inc. Phillips Land Title Co., Inc. Phillips Plastics Corporation Phillips Plating Corporation Piaro, Ken Piaseczny, Steven & Valerie Pichelmann, Raymond & Donna Pichler, William & Delores Pick N’ Save - Marshfield Pierce, Monica Piltz, Elaine Pinter, Jeff & Jill Pioneer Bank Pionkowski, Phillip & Linda Piotrowski, Rodney & Tracy Pippenger, Karl Pisula, Daniel & Julie Pittsley, Doug, Kim & Family Pizza Hut - Marshfield Pizzi, Josephine Plaski, Antoinette Plautz, Joseph & JoAnn Plautz, Melissa Ploeckelman, William & Irma Ploeger, Tim & Claudia Pluister, Neil

PMJ Karoake Podbelsek, Charles & Leda Podevels, Donna Poehnelt, Dan & Mary Point Plus Credit Union Poggemann, Mary Ellen Poggemann, Bob Polansky, Richard Polay, Derek Polar Bear Jump Polkinghorne, Heather Polonia Cafe Polster, Patricia Pongratz, Carl & Elizabeth Pongratz, Jody & Sarah Ponsse NA Inc Porter, Denise Post Road Pub Potts, Darrel & Family Poulsen, Michael Powers, Blaine & Renee Powers, Sue Pozorski, James & Jody Practica Group LLC Pratt, Dave & Betty Praxel, Dr. Ted & Kathy Prehn, Al & Nancy Prescher, Gerard & Luanne Prestebak, Alan & Pam Preuss, Cheryl Pribnow, Kathleen Price, Jerry, Jill, Brett & Lucas Price Co Title & Abstract Co. Inc. Price County Telephone Company Price Credit Union Prince Corporation Pritchard, Monica Pritzl, John & Shirley Pritzl, Nate, Cindy & Trent Private Lines, Inc. Prodoehl, John & LaVonne PromoHagen Prondzinski, Tom & Arlene Prunty, Brian & Karen Pryer, Mark & Cindy Przekurat, Marvin & Darlene Przlomski, Francis & Sylvia Przybylski, Debbie Przybylski, Chris Public Service Credit Union Pueschner, Donald & Patricia

Pueschner, Rosie Punke, Shirley

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Quality Collision Center, Inc. Quality Foods IGA Quality Ingredients Corporation Quality Wholesale Meats Rich’s Distributorship Queen of Peace Court #361 of Poniatowski Quinn, Dr. Daniel & Anna Rita Quinnell, Chris Quinnell, Robert Quirk, Yvonne

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R J Stockwell Inc. Raab, Michael & Susan Raap, Steve & Linda Raasch’s American Car Care Center Rachu, Troy & Jennifer Radeztsky, Carole Radies, Sharon Radloff, Donald & Karen Radloff, Patricia Radtke, Amy Radtke, Bob & Joan Radtke, Ronald Radue, Dennis & Karen Rahlf, Dorothy Rahm, Todd & Barb Rahn, Kristen Rainbow Fun LLC Rakovec, Jim & Debby Raleigh Crabtree Valley Marriott Ralph, Joyce Ramaker, Lois Ramczyk, Sharon & Tony Ramon, Johnny Ranalli, Amanda Rankel, Mary Rasmuson, Conrad Rasmussen, David & Ann Rasmussen, Dennis & Barbara Rasmussen, Luke & Leslie Rasmussen, Robert & Karen Rasmussen, Ronald Sr. & Linda Rau-Nennig, Susan

Rauen, Duane & Barbara Rauth, Steve Rawley, Beckie Raymond & Marie Goldbach Foundation, Inc RE/MAX American Dream RE/MAX First RE/MAX New Horizons Realty RE/MAX Northern Retreat Realty RE/MAX of Hayward RE/MAX of Wausau RE/MAX Realty Associates Rebhan, Mary Reckner, Dennis & Dawn Reckner, John & LeAnne Reckner, Randy & Gail Recycle Masters Redetzke, Jeffrey Reding, Dr. Douglas & Janet Crossley Redlin, Kenneth & Theresa Redman, Adam Redmann, Frank & Joy Redmond, Ron Redneck Saloon Reed, Anne Marie Reetz, Lonnie & Nicole Regan, Nick Regret, Richard Rehberg, John & Marilyn Rehmer, Edgar & Renie Rehwinkel, Douglas & Josephine Reich, Dennis & Carol Reichert, Dennis & Deb Reif, Andrew Reigel, Kathryn Reigel, Bill & Pat Reimer, Ron & Judy Rein, Donald & Linda Reineck, Ellie Reise, Brian & Mary Ann Reiter, John & June Reitz, Bill & Diane Reliant Rehab Service & Supply, LLC Rembs Kundinger Funeral Home Remington, Al Remington, Dan & Kathy Remus, Brian & Heidi Rendmeister, Morley Jr. & Becky Jo Renner, Eva Renner, Robert & Diane Rennie, Richard & Rita

Rentflejs, Kathleen Rentmeester, Tom & Lori Resech, Jereme Resheske, Dan Revie, Duwayne & Jan Rew, Bob & Cheryl Reynolds, Clyde & Dianna Reynolds Hardware & Lumber Reza’s Lakeview Rheinschmidt, Andrew & Linda Rhinehart, Chris & Clara Rhyner, Chris Rhyner, Gary & Julie Rice, Hazel Marie Rich, Barb Richards, Ron & Terri Richmond, Myles & Joan Rickard, Frances Rickstead, Linda Rieck, Tara Riedel, Neil & Paulette Riemenschneider, Kris & Donna Riemer, Amy Riemer, Marvin & Pauline Riepe, Dr. Roger & Patricia Rieth, Sandra Riggs, M. Jarlath Rigney, Verna Rindfleisch, Arden & Marilyn Rindfleisch, Steve & Patty Rindfleisch, Trisha Ritchie, Andy River City Construction Riverview Hospital Association Robert W. Clark Charitable Foundation Robert, Stacey Roberts, Dennis & Sharon Roberts, Rick & Patti Robinson, Mark & Tammy Robinson, Richard & Ruth Rodd, Diane Roe, Guy Roedel, Dr. Elroy & Deb Roeder, Elroy & June Roehl, Erlin & Bonnie Roehl, Rick & Tamie Roehl Transport Rogacheski, Bill Rogers Cinema Theatres, Inc. Rogers, Cynthia

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Rutschow, Brian, Cathleen, Andrew & Matthew Ryan, James & Sandra Ryan, John & Marie Ryan, Dr. Michael & Jane

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S & A Masonry S & S Distributing, Inc. - Sparta Saal, Steven & Angie Sachs, Dale Sachs, Shelly Sadlemyer, James Sadler, Mary Sadogierski, Betty Saeger, Don & Sandy SafeAssured ID Sahs, Kara Saindon, Dick & Marilyn Saindon, Jerry & Sally Saint Joseph’s Hospital Saint Joseph’s Hospital – Food & Nutrition Services Saint Joseph’s Hospital – Respiratory Care Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital – Child Life Staff Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital – Pediatric Unit Salvitti, James & Wilma Salzman, Brad & Cindy Salzman, Jamie Salzwedel, Gordon & Marsha Salzwedel, Jeff & Stephanie Sam’s Club #6535 - Wausau Sandquist, Kay Sanford, Kathy Sankey, Jerry & Kathy Sann, Sally Sauer, Kimberly Savage, John & Eileen Sawyer, Lori Sawyer, Richard & Beverly Sawyer, Steven & Shirley Scarbury, Toni Scenic Signs & Screen Printing Inc. Schaars, Susanne Schaecher, Phil & Nancy Schaeffer, Dixie Schaetzl, Shelly

Schaf, Diane Schallock, William & Carol Schalow, Gerald Schalow, Jo Ann Schalow’s Nursery, Inc. Scharf, Gerry Schauer, Larry & Barbara Schecklman, Brad & Sara Scheel, Delores Scheel, Jeff, Renee, & Matt Scheel, Todd Scheffler, Ron & Beverly Scheiderer, Bob Scheidt, Ken & JoAnn Schelfhout, Ron Scheller, Philip & Barbara Schellin, Scott Schenk, James & Barbara Scherer, Becky Scheuer, Duane & Delores Scheuer, Jean Scheuer, Larry Scheuer, Scott & Michelle Scheunemann, Tom & Lynn Schiferl, Alan & Judy Schiferl, Christina Schill, Jerome & Clint Schill, Ken & Nettie Schill, Pam Schill, Ron & Barbara Schiller, Katie Schillinger, Darrell & Terri Schillinger, Dave & Kim Schlachter, Cheri Schlatterer, Kathy Schleif, Karen Schlice, John & Kathy Schmalz, Charles & Barbara Schmelzer, John & Sue Schmelzer, Sue Schmidt, Ann Schmidt, Betty Schmidt, Dennis & Jan Schmidt, Dennis, Margie & Family Schmidt, Jim, Donna & Family Schmidt, Jerome & Audrey Schmidt, Lee Schmidt, Mark & Tricia Schmidt, Mike & Anne Schmidt, Nikki Schmitt, Judy

Schmitt, Karen, Tim & Sara Schmittel, Gloria Schmitz, Michael & Sue Schmitz, Terry & Sandy Schmuggerow, Ralph Schmutzer, John & Dawn Schmutzer, Robert & Claudette Schmutzler, Woody & Sherry Schneebeli, Terril & Lisa Schneider, Diane Schneider, George & Eleanor Schneider, John & Penny Schnitzler, Amy Schnorr, Paula Schoechert, Roy & Deb Schoenherr, Jeanette Schoenherr, Tadd & Janet Schoepke, Harold & Lois Schoettler, Frank Schofield, Clifford & Sandra Scholl, Walter & Barbara Schooley, Rob, Julie & Family Schraeder, Terry & Linda Schrage, Bob & Sally Schreiber, Paige Schreiner, Pat & Sarah Schreiner, Pat & Jeanne Schreiner, Dr. Peter & Val Schreiner, Sarah Schreiner, Todd & Tammy Schroeder, Bill & Jane Schroeder, Jocelyn Schroeder, Steve Schroeder, Sy & Ellen Schroeder, Patty Schroeder Trucking & Excavating Schroer, Lynn Schubert, Georgia Schubert, Mark & Stacy Schubring, Dana Schucknecht, Todd & Sandy Schueller, Denise Schueller, Paul & Robyn Schueller, Sandy Schuette, Ceola Schuette, Clark & Kathryn Schuette, John & Sarah Schuette, Merlin & Florence Schuette, Walter & Kerri Schug, Joline Schuld, Brian & Jennifer

Schuld, Charles & Susan Schuler, Tom & JoAnne Schult, Keva Schultz, G. Harlan & Linda Schultz, Jesse & Victoria Schultz, Joann Schultz, Joe Schultz, Lisa Schultz, Lowell & Linda Schultz, Ralph Schultz, Richard & Evelyn Schultz, Tom Schultz, Todd & Melissa Schultz, Tom & Vicki Schultz, Verlyn & Joan Schulz, Bethany Schulz, Jim & Lisa Schulz, Lisa Schulz, Wayne & Mary Schumacker, Sharon Schumaker, Jim & Debbie Schumitsch, Matthew, Dawn, & Family Schuster, Gordon & Eldora Schutte, Dennis & Linda Scipior, Dennis Scipior, Larry & Darlene Scott, Bob & Carol Scotty’s Pizza & Chicken S.D. Ellenbecker, Inc. Sebold, Paul & Kirsten Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc. Security Health Plan - Health Services Dept. Sedall, Richard & Rhonda See, Sharon Seeber, Dillon, Dalton & Drake Seefeld, Doug & Barb Seefeld, Tammy Seehafer, Laurie Seep, Michael & Terri Maringer-Seep Seidl, Tina Seifert, Chris Seipp, Norman & Phyllis Seitz, John & Jane Sell, Edward & Diane Semerau, Gary Senanayake, Yumiko Senoraske, Sandy Settlers Mill of Minocqua, LLC

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Seubert, Frank Severson, Edward Severt, Melvin & Janice Kay Shady Lane 4-H Club Shafto, Michael & Kincie Shafto, Tom & Pat Shafto, Tom, Jr. & Cathy Shanahan, Janet Shapiro, Eileen Shaske, Jim & Anita Shaurette, Belva Shaw, Melissa Shay, Theresa Shebenik, Chris Sheley, Carol Sherman, Jack & Bernadette Shilling, Joel Shore, Dale Shughart, Vickie Shukla, Dr. Sanjay & Dr. Kavita Bhatia Shulfer, Gen Shupe, Brandon Shupe, Roger & Darlene Shupe, Scott & Heidi Shutter, Molly & Macey Shutter’s Garden Center Sickler, Chad & Carrie Sickler, Lois Sickler, Shirley Sidwell, Steve Siemers, Fred Sigma Chi - Epsilon Lambda Chapter Sigmund, Eric & Dawn Sigourney, Mike Siikarla, Rhonda Siler, Eric & Carrie Silver Spur Saloon & Grill, LLC Simenstad, Dr. David Simmons, Pat Simon, Greg & Dianna Simon, Steve Simonson, Travis & Jean Kramer Sinette, Dick & Sue Singh, Dr. Raj & Dr. Rama Sinon, James Jr. Skabroud, Richard & Linda Skaden, John & Carol Skalecke, Mike & Nancy Skalsky, Charles & Claudia Skare, Ray & Teresa

Skibba, Jack & Elaine Skibba, Mark, Lisa, Hannah, Olivia & Monica Skrzeczkoski, Dennis Skrzypchak, Francis & Jennifer Skubal, Greg Slattery, Tom & Cindy Sleeter, Rebecca Slembarski, Frank & Rosita Slewitzke, Marvil Slizewski, Buddy & Judy Slizewski, Lauren Slovensky, Ann Slovensky, Michael & Dixie Slowinski, Tony & Evelyn Slumberland of Marshfield Small Town Kroozerz Smallbrook, Roger & Lois Smerda, Ronald & Jeanne Smith, Ben Smith, Brian & Julie Smith, Cheri Smith, Gordon & Mary Smith, Kristine Smith, Michelle Smith, Paul & Mary Smith, Rick & Diane Smith, Samantha Smith, Bud & Joan Smithberg, Dr. Nathan & Kerrie Smits, Irene Soback, Chad & Jackie Sobczak, Chris, Amy & Claire Soderlund, Eric & Mary Sojka, Jerry & Judy Solarus Soltau, Jane Somers, John & Mary Somers, Richard Somerville, Shari Sommerfeld, Joel & Linda Sondelski, Matthew & Autumn Sopa, Bart & Sarah Sorensen, George & Joan Sorenson, Misty Soudan-Valenza, Suzanne South Point Restaurant Southworth, George & Elaine Soward, Pat Spaeth, Stephanie Spath, Jim & Judy

Spencer, Jim Spencer, Jack & Win Spencer, Mike & Sherri Spieth, Dr. Michael Spincich, Chad & Tracy Spindler, Candace Spindler, Jim & Linda Spindler, John & Mary Spindler, Marilyn Spindler, Paulette Spinler, Duane & Cheryl Spiros, John & Rebecca Sprague, Dorothy Sprague, Shana Sprenger, Bill & Francine Springer, Dave & Alice Sprouse, Tim & Susie Spry, Donovan Squires, Pat & Pam St. Germain Lioness Club St. Lawrence Parish 3rd Grade CFF Class ‘06 - ‘07 St. Paul’s United Methodist Church St. Peter’s Lutheran Church VBS Wausau Staab, Aaron & Donna Staab Construction Staff of Cames Security Alarms, Inc. Stakston, David & Sandra Stamas, Dr. Peter & Kathy Stamp, Allen & Carrie Stange, Joanne Stange, Ron Stankowski, Mary Stanton, Ronald & Mary Starbucks - Marshfield Starbucks – Plover Starbucks – Stevens Point Starbucks – Wausau, 17th Avenue Starbucks – Wausau, Rib Mountain Drive Starbucks – Wisconsin Rapids Stashek, Ed & Judy Statz, Charles & Jennifer Staude, Jaime Staven, Douglas & Christine Steckbauer, Ken & Jill Steele, Scott & Connie Steffeck, Pat Steffen, Jim & Peg Stege, Mabel

Steger, Tammy Steiber, Carol Steigler, Nate Steilen, Grace Stein, Susan Steiner, Carol Steiner, Jimbo & Dawn Steiner Septic Service LLC Steines, Shawn & Kris Steinke, John & Judith Steinke, Peter Steinwagner, Larry & Sharon Steinwagner, Michael & DeAnn Stellmach, Mike and Janet Stelmacher, Dave & Sharon Stelmacher, Jim Steltenpohl, Holly Stelzel, Adell Stencil, Stacey Stensberg, Gary & Judith Stensberg, Kevin & Phyllis Stephens, Troy & Jodi Sternweis, Barb Sternweis, Gordon Sternweis, Margaret Steuck, Laurence & Donna Stevens, Michael & Debbi Stevenson, Robert & Virginia Stewart, Eric Stewart, Gayle Stewart, Dr. Todd & Janet Stichmann, Dave Stichmann, Stanley & Dianne Stickle, Melissa Stilin, Rita Stock, Alisa Stockheimer, Francis & Beatrice Stockings, Tom & Meg Stoffel, Tom & Ronda Stoflet, Dorothy Stoflet, Scott & Vicki Stoiber Healthcare, S.C. Stoll, Randy & Roni Stoltz, Jerry & Pat Stoltz, Ted & Bernie Stolze, Bob & Justine Stoner, Rod & Julia Stora Enso Employees Storlie, Corey & Dawn Strack, Joel & Carla Stracke, Jerry & Janet

Strampp, Gwendolyn Strathman, Eugene & Mernajean Stratman, Erik & Beth Stratton, Gerri Straub, Michael & Sue Strigel, Jan Stroik, Jenny Stroik, Robert & Marlene Strub’s Service & Repair Struble, Brent Stubbe, Michael & Sara Stuczynski, Cecilia Studinski, Jeffrey & Sandra Sturm, Ron & Judy Stuttgen, Jay & Donna Stutzriem, Larry & Debbie Style Inn Subway Suckow, Dennis & Betsy Suda Plumbing, Inc. Sullivan, Dan Sullivan, Dora Sullivan, Pat & Dianne Sullivan, Terry & Susan Summit FS Sun Printing Sunar, Inc. Superior Gas Service, Inc. Sutter, Lisa Swanson, Brenda Swanson, Cheryl Swanson, Colleen Sweet, Norm & Diana Swensen, David & Cheryl Swenson, Ken & Jean Swenson, Norman & Carolyn Swetz, George & Marie Swetz Oil Co., Inc. Swid, Jodi Swiontek, Richard & Lois Swita, Becky Sylvia’s Store & Tavern Szczechowski, Bob Szczesniewski, Michael & Laura Szelagowski, Terry & Pauline Szomi, Cecelia Szot, Douglas Szymanski, Cheryl Szymanski, Rick & Margie Szymik, Cheryl

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T & T Auto Service, Inc. Tackes, Cal & Jayne Tall Pines Resort Tappe, John & Jan Tapper, Dennis & Kathy Tarcon, Craig & Kathy Taskay, John & Diane Tatro, Mike & Patricia Tatro, Thad & Amy Taylor Credit Union Teal, Jerome & Marge Teeters, Kathy Teeters, Chris & Annie Tek Systems Tenpas, Douglas & Lillian Tenquist, Dr. Jane Tepp, Ronald & Martha Teresinski, Anthony & Mary TerMaat, Dale & Kathy Tesch, Walter, Audrey & Steve Tesmer, Marilynn Tess, Eunice Tessmer, David Tessmer, Jim TeStrake, Margaret Tewksbury, Duane & Diane Tews, Glenda & Kelly Tews Thao, Ko Thauer, Hermine The Bridal Boutique & Tuxedo Shoppe The In Boutique The Lure Bar & Grill The Martec Group, Inc. - Green Bay The Music Connection Fan Club The Neighborhood Bar The Ridges LLC The Thirsty Beaver The Wilderness Inn Theisen, Edward & Florian Thiede, Ralph & Marcy Thiel, James Thielke, Douglas Thoe, Krista Thom, Chuck & Sharon Thomas, Richard & Doris Thomas, Ted Thompson, Alicia Thompson, Dana

Thompson, James & Mary Chris Thompson, Lane & Jennifer Thompson, Maurice & Dolores Thompson, Bill, Paula, Ben & Danielle Thornton, John & Lisa Thorson, Barb Thorson, Donald Thran, Peggy Thums, Norma Tharber, Allen Tieman, Laurie Tikalsky, George & Mary Timmerman, James & Nancy Timmerman, Jo Tips & Toes Tischendorf, Jackie Tischendorf, Rick & Lori TJ’s Auto & Collision Repair, Inc. Tollar Dental Studio, Inc. Tollard, Willie Tolley, Darren Tolley, Willetta Tomahawk Ace Hardware Tomczak, Barbara Tomczak, Vic Tomek’s Tavern, LLC Tomfohrde, Debbie Tomsyck, Josephine Tomsyck, Lorie Torbey, Dr. Camille Tornow, Rolf Totzke, Karen Tower Credit Union Trails End Bar and Grill Trampush, Mae Trantow, Elroy & Sylvia Travel Guard Treat, Harriette Treml, Joe & Liz Tress, Peggy Trierweiler, Pauline Trierweiler, Phil & Jane Trierweiler, Ted & Bernice Trimco, Inc. Triple K Tree & Landscaping, Inc. Tritz, Amber Tritz, Norman & Loretta Tritz, Roger & Cathy Trowbridge, Keith & Vicki Troyanowski, Lyn

Trussoni, Bob & Monica Tryba, Clarence & Judy Tryba, Joe & Gail Trybull, Dave Trzcinski, Laurie Trzebiatowski, Clarence & Mary Jane Trzebiatowski, Laura Trzebiatowski, Russ & Leah Trzinski, Brenda Tubbs, Eugene & Gail Turbin, Patrick & Sara Turner, Darcy Turner, Glenn & Dawn Turzinski, Jim & Diane Tuskowski, Ben & Lorraine Tuskowski, Sue Twiggs, Dr. John & Susan

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Ugoretz, Mary Ugoretz, Tom, Diana & Kayla Ullius, Robert & Christine Ulrich, Rodger & Eileen Ultracom Wireless Communications Inc. Umhoefer, Tom & Bonnie Underwood, Brandon Uniewski, Ken Unique Floors & Interiors, Inc. United Steelworkers Local 2-631 Unlimited Creations – Eagle River Unlimited Creations – Presque Island Urban, Gary & Sandra Urban, Marjorie Urlaub, John & Rhonda UW Marshfield Wood County

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V & H Inc.- Heavy Truck Division Valenti, Kim Valley Communities Credit Union Mosinee Valley Communities Credit Union – Port Edwards Van Acker, Ray Van De Weerd, Debbie Van Ert, Robert & Ruth Van Goethen, Cyril & Helen Van Ness, Kristin

Vande Boom, Roy & Lois Vande Zande, Dr. Victoria Vandehey, Linda Vandehey, Scott & Sheri Vanish, Robert Vannatta, Bruce & Carol Vanorder, Robert & Marilyn VanVoorhis, Jim Vehlow, Liz Vehrs, Susie Velasco, Dr. Alfonso & Cinda Veldhuizen, Kurt Veolia Environmental Services Verage, Dick & Sue Verbrick, William & Julienne Verpoorten, Michael Verpoorten, Orville & Gale Vetrone, Sue VGB Enterprises Vick, Peggy Viegut, Chris & Dr. Victoria Viegut, Jeff & Lisa Vieth, Frederick Villiers, Kelly & Sarah Gregory Vilter, Clark & Joy Vircks, Gerald & Marlene VM Masonry, Inc. Voelker, Mitch & Pam Voelkner, Jim Vogel, Harold & Juleen Voigt, Judy Voigt, Wayne Vollert, Christine Vollrath, Janis Vollrath, Randy & Linda Volm, Brenda Von Haden, Ronald & Barbara Vondross, John Vroman, Richard & Carolyn

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WFLA Nadeje Slovanu Lodge #236 Waara, Jerry & Mimi Wade, Jim & Joy Wagner, Diana Wagner, Scott & Lisa Wagner, Dr. Stephen & Patricia Wal-Mart Foundation Wal-Mart Store #1202 - Wisconsin Rapids

Wal-Mart Store #1366 - Merrill Wal-Mart Store #1672 - Ashland Wal-Mart Store #1828 - Plover Wal-Mart Store #1931 - Rhinelander Wal-Mart Store #2127 - Wausau Wal-Mart Store #2510 - Minocqua Wal-Mart Store #2813 - Marshfield Wal-Mart Store #3245 – Hayward Wal-Mart Store #3268 - Antigo Walgenbach, Ray & Ann Walker, Carolyn Walkowicz, Paul & Kay Waltenberg, Patrick & Jodi Walters, Evelyn Walters, Scott Walton, Michael & Peggy Wanta, Andy & Carol Wanta, Bernie & Roxann WAOW TV-9 Warnecke, Larry Warner, Dale & Jane Warosh, Craig & Pamela Wartman, Carl Washtock, Tom & Sandy Wassmann, Bruce & Renell Waszak, Michele Water Works & Lighting Commission Watson, Darrell Wausau Center Wausau Coin Machine, Inc. Wausau West Dance Team Wavrunek, Dana Wcisel, Jody WCCN Radio WDEZ Radio WEA Credit Union Webb, James Weber, Joel & Marlene Weber, Mark & Rosemarie Weber, Tye & Julie Webster, Tom & Mary Webster, Tim Wechlo, Randy & Joanne Wegner, Randal & Lori Weichelt, Jeff, Marjean & Seth Weier, Andrew Weigel, Agnes Weiler, Cory & Tara Weiler, Edward & Diane Weiler, Gene & Peg Weiler, Richard & Cynthia

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Weiler, Stephen & Jill Weiler, Sylvia Weiler Concrete & Supply, Inc Weiler Construction Weiler, Russell & Denise Haralson Wein, Gregg & Denise Wein, Tim Weiner, Fred & Sue Weinfurter, Linda Weinfurter, Thomas & Laurie Weis, Dale & Crystal Weis, Ken & Sheila Weiss, John & Debra Weister, Jeff & Kerri Weister, Julie WELCA - St Johns Lutheran Church of Riplinger Welter, John & Stacy Welter, Dr. Joseph & Liz Wendelborn, Bernice Wendt, Brenda Wendt, Judy Wendt, Katherine Wendt, Teresa Wenzel, Frederick & Mary Wenzel, Ruth A. Werlein, Jo Ann Werner, Kristin Werner, Mike, Ruby, Melvin & Martha Werner, Phillip & Karen Werner, Bob & Jan Werthman, Michael & Linda Wessel, Valerie West, Yvette Westconsin Credit Union Western Fraternal Life Association Lodge #408 Westfall, Sonia Westland Insurance Services, Inc. Marshfield Westland Insurance Services, Inc.Stevens Point Westover, Jean Wetterau, Roxanne Weyhmiller, Keith & Lori Wheeler, Fred & Dianne Wheeler, Joe & Beatrice Whisman, Melvin White, Don & Bev White-Woodward, Joan

Wich, Rose Wick Building Systems, Inc Wickershiem, Rita Widrlechner, Rosanne Wienke, Steven & Natalie Wiernik, Donald & Leona Wiernik, Henry & Diane Wiernik, Molly Wiersma, Dan & Carrie Wierzba, Joe Wierzba, Julian & Romaine Wierzba, Tanya Wiesman, Leroy & Lori Wiesman, Victor & Rita Wiesman, Virginia Wiessinger, Jerry & Marci Wiessinger, Michael & Karen Wietrzykowski, Fred & Louise Wilcott, Richard Wild, Ronald & Margaret Wild Rose Kiwanis Club Wildberg, Scott Wilen, Gloria Wiles, Sandy Wilhorn, Barb Wilkowski, Edwin & Yvonne Willcome, Clarence & Mary Lou Willett, Tim & Lori Willette, Mike & Chris Willfahrt, David, Judy & Kyle Willfahrt, Denise Williams, Leslie & Lenora Williams, Renee Williamson, Cindy Willis, Dick Willis, Mike & Karen Willner, Jim & Mary Willner, Mark & Lori Wilson, Brian & Jill Wilson, Kim Wilson, Lucille Wimme, Kris Wimme, Lisa Wincek, Virginia Winch, Bill & Judi Wing, John & Kutzie Wings Air Charter Winters, Ardis Wipperfurth, Gordon & Camille Wirkus, Anthony, Rebecca & Tristan

Wirkus, Lawrence & Joan Wirth, Tami & Brandon Wirtz, Dick & Barb Wisconsin Rapids Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Wisconsin Credit Union League Wisconsin Homes, Inc. Wisconsin Laureate-Chi Chap of Beta Sigma Phi Wisconsin Master Farmers Association Wisconsin Public Service Foundation Wisconsin Rapids Balloon Rally Wisconsin Rapids Optimist Club Wisconsin Rapids Professional Policeman’s Assoc. Wisconsin Tavern League Foundation, Inc. Wisconsin Valley Chapter of Credit Unions Wise, Jason & Amy Wise, Tait Wiskerchen, John & Laura Prince Wiskerchen, Tom & Chris Wisz, Helen Witmore, Matt & Alisha Wittenberg, Julie Witz, Roger Wiza, Mike & Sherry W.J. Filtz Trucking, Inc. Wodora, Ambrose & Florence Woellner, Marlene Wohlfeil, Jack Wojcik, Joseph & Nancy Wojtalewicz, Faye Wojtusik, Amy Wolf, Jody Wolf Bros. Sawmill, Inc. Wolff, Theresa Woller, Chris Woller, Dean & Linda Woller, Jill Woller, Mark & Sally Woloschek, Linda Wolosek, Kevin & Mary Wolosek & Wolosek, CPA’s S.C. Women Concerned for Auto Racing (WCAR) Wood, Allen & Karen Wood, Grace Wood, Marc & Jeanette

Wood County Tavern League Wood Trust Asset Management Woodruff Ace Hardware Woodkey, Darlene Woods, Dave Worzalla, Michael & Holly Worzalla Publishing Worzella, Carol Worzella, Jean Wosick, Spencer Wozniak, Frank & Margaret Wrensch, Jason & Jill Wroblewski, Dale & Kathe Wroblewski, Donald & Cookie Wrolstad, Jacquie Wudi, Kenneth Wunrow, David & Jean Wunrow, Deanna Wunrow-Brody, Carol Wyman, Linda Wynia, Clyde & Nancy Wysocki, Russell & Diane

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Yach, John & Karen Yarie, Donald & Donna Yenter, Jane Yerke, Betty Yessa, Carl Yocum, Regina Young, Anthony & Shannon Young, Jimmy Young, Lila Young, Michael & Nancy Young, Bill & Jackie Younkers Community Day Younkers Department Store – Marshfield

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Zacharias, Richard & Joyce Zador, Dr. Ivan Zahn, Karren Zahn, Pamela Zahn, Virgean Zak, Victor & Betty Zakoski, Richard & Delores Zakrzewski, Jim & Delores

Zalewski, Ronald Zamarripa, Amanda Zank, Clint & Heidi Zanow, Pauline Zarins, Kristine Zarnke, Deb Zastrow, Sandy Zastrow, Wilma Zblewski, Daryl & Patricia Zblewski, Stephen & Rebecca Zebro, Ken Zelinski, Chester & Esther Zelinski, Ken & Jane Zellner, Noreen Zelm, Jim & Sandy Zeman, Sharon Zemanovic, Joseph & Cynthia Zenz, Kelly Zettler, Judith Ziebell, Susan Ziegahn, Stephen & Darnell Ziegel, Keith Ziegler, James & Virgean Ziegler, Raymond & Dana Zielinski, Richard & Doreen Zierden, John & Carole Zietlow, Bob & Sue Zillman, Roger & Kathleen Zillman, Steve & Sally Zimmerman, Sally Zimmerman, Tom & Barb Zocher, Gerald & Lois Zoellner, Art & Barbara Zogata, Sherri Zuelke, Elmer & Carol Zuelke, Patricia Zunker, Gene & Terri Zunker, Steve & Carrie Strey Zurawski, Audrey Zurn, Evelyn Zurn, Jackie Zvolena, Amanda Zwicke, Deborah Zygarlicke, Kirk & Jean Zygarlicke, Lauri

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The following individuals and businesses gave items or donated services to help in our efforts to improve the lives of children.
2510 Restaurant Betker Masonry Big Todd’s Rumble Inn Birkensee Resort Blue Skies Gallery Body Focus Bonnie’s Florist & Greenhouse Book Look Boomba’s Bar Bows & Boards Brehm, Elizabeth Brian’s Barber Shop Brokaw Credit Union Brownie Troop #325 Budtke, Kathleen Buffy’s Lampoon Burt, Lee & Joyce Bushar, Don & Michelle Bushman Motors Bushman, Dave & Diane Busse, Chad & Ingrid Clark Electric Appliance & Satellite Clark Place Classic Coins Clover Club, LLC Cockatiel’s Bar & Grill Coffee Cup Restaurant Columbus High School and Holy Family Middle School Comfort Inn - Tomahawk Copy Center Corky’s Country Springs Hotel – Stevens Point Creative Edge Culver’s of Stevens Point Curves - Stevens Point Customaire Heating & Cooling Cutie Pie Photo Studio

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Ed Tessmer Embroidery Ed, Jim Edgewater Country Club El Mezcal of Stevens Point Elite Service & Tire Center Ellis, Sarah Embroidery Unlimited Esper, Kenny Ethan Allen Home Interiors

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G. B. Sales Corporation Gagas Farms, Inc. Gage, Corissa Galaxy Hobby Gallistel, Melvin & Elaine Garland, Kim Garski, Betty Garski, Tom Geiss Meat Service LLC General Beverage Sales General Mills Gepetto’s Workshop Giese, Warren & Heidi Gina at Ginaz Girl Scout Troop #10 - Wisconsin Rapids Gleason Bowling Center Glenn James Gourmet LLC Go Hawg Wild Gordon, Dennis & Erin Gotter, Gene, Julie & Mariah Gotter, Katherine Grand Theater Grazies Italian Grill Great Lakes Marketing, Inc. Green Bay Packers Grubba Jewelers Gruber, Woody Guu’s on Main Tavern & Grill Gyros & Kabob House

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Ad AidsWhite Wolf Ceramics Adamson, Michael & Kathleen Airport Bar Aldrich, Don & Judy All Seasons Repair Alltell Communications Alterations by Karen Ambrosia’s Amy’s Little Green Lake Anderson, Don & Jane Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & GrillStevens Point Arbuckles Eatery & Pub Arby’s - Marshfield Archie’s Cocktail Lounge Associated Bank - Hayward Auto Exchange Auto Zone

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Faciszewski, Dr. Thomas & Jill Faivre Implement Family Video of Merrill Fanny Hill Fazoli’s Italian Restaurant – Stevens Point FCS – Financial Services Festival Foods - Marshfield Figi’s, Inc. Final Score Fire Pro, Inc First Supply Group Inc Fischer’s Auto Repair Fisher, Pauline Fit Zone for Women Five Star Lanes Fix Entertainment Flatoff’s Gold Key Motors Food Marketing Service Forsythe, Tom, Bobbi & Nicki Foss, Terry, Dawn, & Courtney Foth, Dale Fragrant Septic Frank’s Hardware Freeman, David & Sandy Friends of the Marshfield Public Library Frito Lay, Inc. Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation Funk, Penny

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Dairy Queen - Marshfield Dan’s Liquor Dispensary Dan’s Outdoor Furniture Dave’s Body Shop Dave’s Guitar Shop David, Todd & Roxane Designs on You Hair Studio Diercks, Bill & Phyllis Dillenbeck, Shirley Dillingham, Marie Dinner Helpers Disher’s Range Line Inn Dollar Bills Dombrowski, William & Diane Don Johnson Hayward Motors Incorporated Donovan, Hugh & Joyce Door County Doula Teen Parent Program Doug’s Sports Pub DQ Grill & Chill - Stevens Point Drawz, Erin Drew’s Piggly Wiggly Duralum Carpets

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C.L. Robinson Elementary School Laona Cable Rod & Gun Club Carbo’s Junction Bar Carl’s Liquor Store Carlson, Dave & Patti CDW Berbee Cedar Haus Inn Cee Dee Acres Central Abstract & Title Co., Inc. Central Beer Distributors, Inc. Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre Central Wisconsin Cooperative Chambers, Rick & Diane Charlie’s Beer & Liquor Store Charter Business Networks Cheryl’s Personal Touch Chestnut Beads & Yarn Chili Implement Co., Inc. CISCO Systems, Inc. City Grill

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Badger Liquor Baer’s Beverage, Inc. Bailey’s Town & Country Inn Ballyhoos Brew & Chew Baltus Car Wash Bancroft State Bank Bang, Dr. Steven Baraboo Sysco Food Services Bartz, Jerry & Kim Batteries Plus Bayshore Bar & Grill Beaudette, Kristy & Family Becker, Al & Carol Beer Central Behr, Jeff Bello’s Bennett, Elaine Beowulf Lodge Best Maid Cookie Company

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Halle, Bob & Jennifer Hamerski Farms Hampton, Tracy Happy Snapper Harley-Davidson of Wausau Harley-Davidson, Inc. - Tomahawk Harrison Pub Harvey’s Corner Pub Hawaiian Tanning Studio - Marshfield

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Hayward Area Memorial Hospital Hayward Bait & Tackle Inc. Hayward Chamber of Commerce Hayward Home Center Hayward Power Sports Heidel House Resort Heil, Fred & Donna Hein, Ron Heinz USA Helgerson, Aleigh Hennes, Chuck Hennes, Robert Hoffmans Hobbies “Your Sports Authority” Hog House Saloon Hohenstein, Darrel & Joyce Holiday Inn - Stevens Point Convention Center Holiday Inn & Conference Center Marshfield Hollywood Video - Marshfield Hope & Marv Fisher’s Bar Hornung, James & Julie Horwath, Gene Hotel Mead Huber, Donald & Judy Hurricane Busing

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K & K River’s Edge Kalepp, Kim Kaminski, Faye Kanitz, Rose Kaplanek, Rhonda Kellogg’s Kelman, Dr. D. B. & Cynthia Kids Wish Network Kim’s Barrel Inn King Lube Kiwanis Club of Wisconsin Rapids Klement Sausage Co. Klement’s Kloch, John & Tessie Knaack, Bill Koerten Gallery Ltd. Kohl’s Department Store - Plover Kostuch, Darrell & Jackie Kozik, Conrad & Sandy Kozik, Ken & Joan Kracht, Curtis & Liz Kraft Pizza Company Kramer, Bryan & Jordyn & Justin Nelson Kramer, Jean Kretz Riverview Golf Course, Kristin’s at Middletown Food & Spirits Kropidlowski, Sheila Krueger, Chad Ksiazyk Clavette Insurance Services Kuehner, Drs. Marvin & Hope Kuhl, Sheila Kwik Trip Store #327 - Hayward

Lincoln County Cycle Lincoln Hills Correctional Facility Lindsey Bar & Grill Lisa’s Curl Up & Tan Little Caesars Pizza - Marshfield Lobermeier, Dave & Diane Long Cut Snuff Peters Club Loveland, Terry & Pam Lowman, Jason & Rebecca Loyal Sportsmans Club Lucht, Vaughn Lukasavage, Dennis Lurvey, Ernie & Jennifer Lynn Marie’s Candies

Moore Barn Tavern Moser, Bob Mr. Ed’s Corral Mueller, Debbie Munson Bridge Winery

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NAPA Auto Parts - Park Falls Nelson’s County Market Neubauer, Jeremy Neuman, Roceda New Lisbon Correctional Institute No Problem Bar Noel Group Norske Nook Restaurant - Hayward North Country Yamaha Northern Welding/Marathon Carbonic & Supply Northstar Resort Nueskes Blackjack Steak House Nut Zee’s Nutz Deep II Nybakke, Richard

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M & M Sport & Rent All Mada Embroidery & Screen Printing, LLC Marco’s Pizza Marine Corps Reserve - Toys for Tots Marshfield Area YMCA Marshfield Clinic Care Management Marshfield Clinic Optical Shop Marshfield Furniture Marv’s Gun Shop Mattel Children’s Foundation McAuly, Pam McCoy, Cliff & Gloria McDonald’s - Hayward Meg’s Gifts Merle Norman Cosmetics & Amanda’s Day Spa Merrill Distributing Merrill Golf Club Messman, Bob Meyer, Dr. James Michele’s Restaurant Mickey’s Midas Auto Service Experts Midwest Coca-Cola Mill Creek Busy Bees 4-H Mill Creek Gardens Miller, Don & Marjorie Mills Fleet Farm Milwaukee Bucks Mobile Outpost Moccasin Bar

Pientka, Vince Pine Tree Supper Club Pine Valley Golf Course Pink Boutique Pittsville Bakery Pittsville High School - HOSA Students Pizza Hut - Marshfield Play “N” Learn Polito’s Pizza LLC Polonia Cafe Portage County Tavern League Portico Seafood Post Road Pub Prime Bar Family Dining Prince Corporation PromoHagen Pups N Stuff

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R & R Gators R-Store – Stevens Point West Radtke, Bob & Joan Ramirez, Carmen Rasmussen, Donna RE/MAX American Dream RE/MAX of Hayward Redmann, Frank & Joy Rephils Reshel, Christy Reynolds, Jim & Wilma Rhodes, Gerry Riedel, Vicki River’s Edge Bar & Grill Riverside Lanes RJ Northwoods Carvings Rock Island Bar Rocky’s Roadhouse Roeker, Donna Rogers Cinema Theatres, Inc. Rooster Bar Rosholt Motorcycle Co. Rowe, Matt & Lori Roynona Creek Golf Course Rueden, LeRoy

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Ohio Murals Olivarria, Ernest & Dr. Adrienne Cruz Olson, Kathy Olson, Richard & Beverly Olympic Family Restaurant Once Upon a Time...Toy Shop Osuldsen, Monica Otterlee’s Diamond Center Otto, Sharon

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Indianhead Food Service Intercontinental Milwaukee

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Jakubek, Mike & Laura Jarog, Andy & Dena Jerry’s Music Jesse’s Wolf River Lodge Jim Laabs Music Joe’s Bar on the Square Johnson Distributing Jordan, Kevin & Stephanie JR Liquor Juicy Juice Junion Photography

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L & L Propane Lac Vieux Desert Resort & Casino Lake Emily Inn Lakeshore Coca-Cola Landreville, John Last Chance Landing Last Minute Limo USA, Inc. Lazar, Jeff & Sheila LB’s Country Canteen Lee, Martin, Laura & Samantha Liebe, Bernie

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Papa Joe’s Bar Partners with Saint Joseph’s Hospital Paschke, Jim Pelton, Steve & Linda Pepsi Co./Frito Lay, Inc. Pepsi Cola – Stueber’s Beverage, Inc. Peschke, Jerry & Kendra Peterson, Debbie Phillips, Gregg

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Sadlemyer, James Sadlemyer, Jeff Saint Joseph’s Hospital - Food & Nutrition Services Saint Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric Unit Staff Salamonski, Julia & Family Sammy’s Subs Sassy Stampers Schalow’s Nursery, Inc. Scheuer, Jean Schmidt, Gabrielle Schmidt, Matthew & Amy Schraufnagel Auto Glass Schueller, Amy Schultz Excavating Schultz-Hewitt, Kati Schultz, Lisa Schupp, Tristan Schuster, Robert & Yvonne Scotty’s Pizza & Chicken Sennholz, Bill & Claudia Shear Talent Salon Shooter’s Banquet & Recreation Shulfer’s Sprinkler & Landscaping Shutter, Molly & Macey Simonson, Travis Sinette, Dick & Sue Skrzeczkoski, Dennis Sky Club Sloat, Amy Slumberland of Marshfield Slumberland of Stevens Point Smiley’s Bar & Grill Smith, Bob Snap Fitness – Marshfield Snap Fitness – Stevens Point Snow Shack Sociables Soundworks Systems Inc. Spider Lake Golf Resort Spiedini’s Italiano Ristorante Springville Wharf Restaurant Sprint St. Germain Golf Club Stamas, Dr. Peter & Kathy Starbucks of Marshfield Starlight Children’s Foundation Steiner, Jimbo & Dawn Stichmann, Dave Stogy Stop Stonecrop Organics LLC Stouffer’s Stuczynski Trucking Stueber’s Beverages, Inc. - Pepsi Cola Stumpner, Hannah Sturm, Ron & Judy Subway - Saint Joseph’s Hospital Subway - Tomahawk Summit FS Sun Printing Sunlife TanningSuperior Beverages Svejda, Josh Swetz Roadside Convenience Sylvia’s Store & Tavern

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Taylor, James Telemark Golf Course Teresinski, Anthony & Mary The 13th Frame The Arena The Boar’s Nest The Bridal Boutique & Tuxedo Shoppe The Companion Shop The Gin Mill The Liquor Store The Meat Palace The Neighborhood Bar The Pool People - Stevens Point The Refuge The Sport Plate Thom, Chuck & Sharon Tokyo Steak House Tomahawk Ace Hardware Tomahawk Bowling Center Tomahawk IGA Foods Tomek’s Tavern, LLC Tomorrow River Supper Club Traditions Cleaners Trapp River Golf Course Treasure Chest Fund Trego Dinner Bell Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday School Triple K Tree & Landscaping, Inc. Tropic Sun Trout Lake Golf Club Truckshop USA

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United States Bowling Congress US Post Office - Hayward UW - Marshfield Wood County Willow Haven Supper Club Willow Wood Lodge Willow’s End Wirkus, Michael Sr. Wisconsin River Golf Club Woodkey, Darlene Worth Co WRLS Radio Wynia, Clyde & Nancy

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Vanderspek, Hans & Marlene Vannatta, Bruce & Carol Veterans Community Center Viegut’s Do-It Express U Store-It Vita Bella Salon & Spa Voelker, Mitch & Pam Volenec, Sue

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Wal-Mart Store #3245 - Hayward Walkush, Loreen Wander Inn Family Restaurant WAOW TV-9 Watson, Darrell Wausau Center WCCN Radio Weigel, Joe, Rox & Annie Wenzel Farm Sausage Werner, Mike, Ruby, Melvin & Martha West 5th Avenue Salon Wetterau, Joan Weyhmiller, Keith & Lori Whitetail Lanes Wibben Photography Willner, Mark & Lori

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Yerke, Betty Younkers Department Store Marshfield Youth Net

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Zahn, Barb Zuber, Tara Zuelke, Patricia Zurawski, Ray & Carol Zygarlicke, Lauri

A Special Note …
We strive to make sure this listing is complete and accurate. If you have any questions or corrections, please call the CMN office at 800.428.5000, or 715.387.9965.

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RE/MAX – A Miracle Home
RE/MAX International has been a sponsor of Children’s Miracle Network since 1992. Offices throughout North Central
Wisconsin raise money through various special events as well as through the Miracle Home program. A Miracle Home creates an opportunity for the Sales Associate to make a pledge to CMN when a home is listed or sold. We are honored to recognize those agents and clients who contributed toward North Central Wisconsin RE/MAX’s combined donation of $24,554 in 2007.

RE/MAX American Dream – Marshfield
MARY HELMS-SCHLAGENHAFT Balciar-Stangl, Debra Burt, Rich & Deb Doruff, John & Mary Estate of Darrell F. Felhofer Kloskowski, Timothy Konieczny, Jacob Kundinger, Linda Luedtke, Cory & Julie Marsh, Dave & Pam Meier, Steven Multerer, Lauretta Neville, Wade Nguyen, Thi do & Bach Thi Ngo Niehaus, Tom & Karen Polacek, Jeremiah & Deeann Reshlein, Geraldine Rhodes, Dennis & Family Rudin, Malcom Rybicki, Roger & Kimberly Schlagenhaft, Sandra Schneider, Gary & Lisa Schulz, James & Lisa Seehafer, Jamie Stangl, Gregg & Judith Stargardt, Patricia Trudeau, Michael & Julie Ulman, Richard & Deborah Walther, Thomas & Beverly Weigel, Charles Weinfurtner, Brenda Woodstock Construction

Wuethrich, Andy & Tina SHARON HELWIG Andrews, Todd & Donna Bartkowiak, Mathew & Sara Blankush, John & Janet Bloohm, Matthew & Meann Brown, Russell & Angela FreehillBrown Buhrmann, Paul & Constance Doruff, John & Mary Draxler, Martin & Cynthia Giles, Daniel & Sally Goodman, Paul & Jean Hafermann, Brad & Nancy Hebert, Dick & Marge Hediger, David & Stephanie Hubing, Tom & Melissa Kaiser, Craig & Sherri Kennedy, Deborah King, Brent & Rachel Glinski Kluetz, Patricia Kobylinski, Louise Koopman, David Kundel, Kevin Laundrie, Benjamin & Janalle Lehman, Alan & Kris Leonhardt, Michelle Lueth, Randy & Jill Meilahn Mais, Steven & Carolyn Marrese-Wheeler, Scott & Staci Meyer, Joan Mohr, Gary & Judy Morrill, Linda Pawlicki, Tammy Prairie Run Group, Inc.

Prechel, Margaret Retzlaff, Mindy Satter, Scott & Barbara Schultz, Lorie Shulman, Karen Smith, Tim & Kelly Standiford, Steven Steevens, Carl & Angela Sternweis, Jerome & Jayne Swansen, Margaret Swanson, Mary Jane Woellner, David & Jenny Crist BETH HILLER Disch, Shirley Faulkner, Donna Fox, Sam & Sarah Hiller, James Kaudy, James Martin, Adela Olson, Randy & Jan Sherden, Travis & Sarah Tessendorf, Thomas & Kathryn THOMAS KODERL Anderson, Don & Jane Dolan, Jesse & Linnea Eastwood Rentals, LLC Gayanski, Agnes Hagen, Thomas & Ann Heier, Fred & Patsy Herman, Charles & Judith Jirschele, James & Penny Lasee, Parry McNutt, Dana Mueller, Suzanne Nikolai, Donald & Penny

Pioneer Bank – Auburndale Sabin, Margaret Stolarczyk, David Werner, Keith & Janet Ystad, Randall & Carol Kera-Ystad CONNIE MILLER Abney, Anthony & Roberta Durocher, David & Susan Larson, Paul & Sandra Martin, Deb Mason, Valerie Schultz, Peter & Amy Vaughan, Adam & Courtney Bauer JERRY MILLER Augustin, Robert & Sandra Beining, James Carter, Andy & Jessica Hausman, Fred & Nancy Hebert, Joan Hinrichsen, Robert & Dorla Krostag, Beau Martindale, Kirk Norbert Bell Estate Reavley, Timothy & Lisa Reding, Douglas & Janet Crossley Risch, Paul & Fay Schmitz, Laura Ann Schnitzler, Charles & Beverly Selves, Corey & Laura McDonald Thompson, Douglas & Jennifer Vershowske, James & Barbara STEVE SIDWELL Brundidge, Lois Friedli, Chad & Katherine

Hoefs, James Holland, Joseph Kramas, Andrew & Megan Bruch Martin, Adela STEPHANIE SPAETH Bluske, Anthony Bremer, Nathaniel & Holly Clark, Rollin & Renee Fellenz, Melissa Finger, Richard & Sally Johnson, Chester & Irma McCombie, Brian Molter, Jeff & Sandy Oney, Jennifer Steiner, Carmella Zschernitz, Deborah

RE/MAX First LLC Minocqua
TRUDY CAMPBELL Abendroth, Carl & Suzanne Boxhorn, John & Dorothy Clairmont, Robert & Tami Four Evergreens, LLC Gahl, Mark & Sheri Steffes, Phillip & Lynn LENNY CISKOWSKI Barker Revocable Trust Belconis, William & Elizabeth Ceranski, David & Barbara Ceranski, Jeremy Courchaine, Jeremy & Kristin Fafard, Charles & Susan

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Farb, David Ferry, Betty Kingston Development LLC Mason, Walter & Delight Mikul, John Millette, Rodney & Marlys Overly, Shane & Casey Phillips, Craig Scrobell, Daniel & Cindy Spear, Dennis Vander Gallien, Wendell & Claudia ROBERT COULMAN Ahlborn, Thomas Anderson, Kirk Derksen, Russell & Cindy Gillespie, Donovan & Melody Hintz, Wayne & Barbara Jordan, James & Kimberly Kelly, Joseph & Donna Lambert, Myles & Debra Ryden, David & Pattye Wadman, Sandra Willms, Lynette GERALD FUDALA Broback, Craig & Mary Geyer, Joseph & Lisa Nielsen, Richard & Tammy Riley, Thomas & Barbara CHRIS HILLER Brosier, Michael & Patricia Davis, Scott & Kimberly Hastreiter, Gordon Haupt, William Hlad, Tillie Kiefer, Timothy & Amy Lijewski, Mark Luck, Wayne & Sheila McNamee, Shaun Morgan, Todd & Joanne Nicholson, Brent Northern Frontier P.C., LLC Northern Lakes Investments

Palazzo Homes, LLC Sidi, Hanif & Nicole Stevens Trinity Meadows, LLP Turtle River Ventures, LLP Zaremba, Robert & Shawynn PAUL “BILL” HOWARD Althoff, John & Judith Grambort, Jennifer Groshek, Tracy Shulf Properties, LLC Stortenbecker, Donald & Joan CARYL HUNTER Fox, Brent Juresh, Frank & Doris Ostlie, Gordon Titzkowski, James & Jean JOHN HUNTER Berdelman, Scott Elite Homes, LTD Emery, Donavan & Rae Hearthside Custom Homes, Inc. Heit, Donald & Joyce Theisen, John & June Trapp, Wayne, Heidi, Lynn & Cynthia Weishapple, Catherine ERIK JOHNSON Baker, Brandon & Stacey Bezak, Robert & Nancy Blair, Douglas Boxhorn, John & Dorothy Cissell, Joseph & Virginia Clopton, Kurt Ernst, Dorothy Gallagher, Jared & Leslie Grudzinski, James Hoffman, Lee & Pamela Johnson, Mark Johnson, Silas & Judith Knapinski, Daniel & Joan Lehman, Robert & Gloria

Lenicheck, Scott Luzenski, Craig & Debbie McGonagle, Chuck & Doreen McMullen, Benton & Diane Miller, Louis & Hildegarde Mooney, James & Allison Northwoods Blue Waters, LLC Rogowski, Michael & Gail Seubert, Daniel & Susan Sovey, Melissa G. Stefonek, Duane Trailwood Investors Utecht, Joel Vogel, A. Charles & Mary Vogel, Thomas & Karen Yeschek, William Zupancic, Marijo LANCE KROLCZYK Cavanaugh, Brian Fink, Dennis Kettler, Wayne & Paula Selk, Raymond & Debra Weishapple, Catherine Yoder, Gary & Janet JIM NIECKULA Bluhm, Gary & Joan Kettler, Wayne & Paula Stankowski, Ervin & Patricia WALLY OBERMANN David & Carol Fitch Revocable Golly, Larry & Beth Gossen, Daniel & Kristine Hanson, Rhonda Kaminski, Joseph & Ann Magnuson, Thomas & Kathryn Maslowski, Lois Melton, David Teschan, Lynn Yorkey, Joanne JERRY ODEHNAL Gwizdek, David & Renee

Hecht, Christopher & Cindy Anhalt Kallay, Joseph & Jill Plemmons, Ronald Then, John Titus Family Trust Yaeger, Larry & Sara Zajac, John & Wendy JAMES “JIM” OLSEN Cervanka, Charlene Jahns, Wesley & Marci McGonagle, Chuck & Doreen MIKE OSMALOV Nietert, Charles & Family NEIL PLUISTER Big Blue Land Company LLC Coakley, Neil & Frieda Doll, Gary & Laura Malycha, Andrezei & Diane Sikora, Mark & Colleen Widdel, Jeffrey ROBERT “BOB” POGGEMANN Boysen, Raymond Eades, William Ellett, Richard & Judie Schauer, Thomas & Patricia Sellers, Christopher & Susan Soltow, Dale & Tammy MARY ELLEN POGGEMANN Cadwell, Robert & Lucille Devries, Richard & Kathleen Drachenberg, Brian Goddard, David & Vonna Hamlin, Edward & Jacqueline Holmes, Reva Karen A. Dralle Trust Kuhnke, Barbara Kuhnke, Keith Kunz, Jeffrey & Lauren Peterson, John & Molly Skurka, Charles & Carolyn Urquhart, Dr. Andrew & Jennife

Regan, Mary Ellen Rozwadowski, Jeffrey Yoder, Gary & Janet ADAM REDMAN Africano, Randy Ahonen, Thomas & Laura Anderson, Jayne Bell, Anthony & Sara Buszka, James & Rachel Colwell, Debra Erickson, Randall & Nancy Ernst, Dorothy Ernst, Joshua & Helena Four Evergreens, LLC Freber, Todd & Patricia Graf, John & Alma Haviland, Craig Lewandowski, Michael & Connie Meier, James & Sally Miley, Mark & LuAnn Mooney, James & Allison Northwoods Blue Waters, LLC Nurczyk, James & Susan Panske, Andrew & Katie Rogowski, Michael & Gail Rohr, Michael & Connie Schluge, Richard & Joan Hawley Solem, Robert Thomas, Terry Wuebben, Gerald CHRIS RHYNER Klismith, Peter & Kerry NATE STEIGLER Knable, Stephen Kurtz, Brent Steffes, Phillip & Lynn COLLEEN SWANSON Boergerhoff, William & Mary CFR, LLC Emery, Frederick & Linda McCaleb, Sean & Lisa

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Waldmann, Alan William N. Funk Trust Wroblewski, Darryl & Patricia TED THOMAS Berdelman, Scott WILLIAM TOLLARD Beschta, David & Lisa Dysland, Donald Ernst, Joshua & Helena Konkol, Keith & Elizabeth Perry, Harry & Theresa Reynolds, David & Alaina Schertz, Nicolas & Robyn Streubel, Dale & Elizabeth Walensky, Robert & Darlene Pintarro SUSIE VEHRS Anderson, Jesse & Melinda Anderson, Kirk Ash, Robert Bauer, Brock Beson, William & Vicki Davis, Amy Delba, Rolf Delba, Ryan & Sheri Eastwood, William & Deborah Geiser, James & Barbara Harvest Gold Heuer, Viona James F. Steiner Rev. Trust Kania, Neal & Anna Kimps, Dennis & BJ Kracht, Ken & Dawn Kulke, Michael Larry & Janet Baumann Trust Mueller, Glenn Noe, Gerald & Sandra Poellot, William & Marlene Scanlon, Richard & Paula Schmit, Richard & Donna Schultz, Roger & Diane Schwalbach, Peter Steiner, James Wisnosky, Don & Cary LILA YOUNG Bergacker Living Trust Bergacker, James & Julie Colombo, A. Marie Kelly, Shaun Neiendank, Jason & Melanie Sleeper, Earl & Pamela Reese, Richard & Susan Teele, Darlene Van Galder, Pete & Lori Wolff, Brad & Lisa Wulf, Tom & Dena Yager, Thomas & Barbara JASON BREDEMANN Anderson, Carl & Rose Barker, Lloyd Becker, Roman & Thomas Hug Burns, Robert Burton, Rodney & Ann Draves, Leslie & Faith Dunkel, Vernon Gerrits, Alex Hernandez, Jose Hutchinson, Angela Kattre, Gil & Cheryl Kravick, Scott & Julie Kravick, Steven & Debra Littfin, Todd & Susan Maday, Eric & Kelly Nauman, Mark & Julie Osada, Paul & Janet Panek, Garret & Sara Potrzuski, Jerome, Jacob & Christina Property Preservation, Inc. Sedarski, Kevin Sheridan, Patrick & Cheryl Sutton, Pete & Stephanie Ustianowski, Steve Weiler, Mindy Weinke, David YVONNE BRUNNER Barker, Lloyd Belisle, James & Tammy Bowen, Curtis Brandner, Barbara Buehler, Slate Burns, Robert Burton, Rodney & Ann Dunkel, Ryan & Karrie Espinoza, Gabriel & Celeste Gomez Fannie Mae Finkler, Earl & Chris Guenther, James & Carol Lewallen, Glen Margaret Galvin Revocable Trust McIntosh, John & Carol Nationstar Mortgage, LLC Netteshiem, Jeff & Leza Obenhoffer, Lance Olson, Timothy & Elizabeth Panek, Garret & Sara Peterson, Leanne Peterson, Marlin Potrzuski, Jerome, Jacob & Christina Apolonio & Cira Cano Schultz, Grace Sobatta, Mark & Jennifer Stitchman, Benny & Kitty Uhlig, Ron Ustianowski, Steve Voigt, Matthew Wulfing Industries, LLC JODY DELASKY Bauer, Jeffery & Jerry Bishop, Bradly & Sara Brown, Arthur & Susan Buchen, Sharon Lee Bushman, Francis & Susan Cervenka, Steven Collier, Dave Czeshinski, Alan Dernbach, Mabel Dieman, Chad & Tammy Dobson, John & Linda Frase, Phyllis Gorton, Karri & Jennifer Seymour Gray, David & Dixie Hall, Fred & Debbie Kates Hamilton, Alan & Marilyn Hanson, Troy & Shanon Myers Hierl, Martin Hellner, James & Shelia Rae Hoffman, Steve & Deb Jayjack, Joseph & Maryann Johnson, Janell Johnson, Paula Juneau, Arthur & Tina Kaletka, Kim Knight, Rocky & Bonnie Knox, Frank & Mary Kraus, Dale & Mary Kraus, Ken Kuhn, Myron Laatsch, Keith & Patricia Lapp, William & Carol Mann, James & Christine McCormick, Joseph & Keri McKenzie, James & Maureen Meneau, Richard & Peggy Michalec, Steven & Cindy Mindock, Stanley & Judy Nikkila, Steven & Karen Peter, Lesley & Eileen Slakes Petrowitz, Matthew & Meg Poncek, Sarah Puls, Mark Raab, LeeAnn Randolph, Robert & Linda Revak, Angie Riley, Richard & Gail Schindler, John & Mary Jo Schloskey, Lyle & Ramona Schmeiser, Gerald & Susan Schoenborn, Scott & Brenda Scott, David Theis, Kristine Van Sluys, Judy Vitek, Eric Weesner, Kenneth & Mary Weinzatl, Jodi Weinzatl, Kenneth Weinzatl, Kenneth & Jodi West, Jeffrey Westfall, Rick Wibben, Dennis & Darla Wulf, Tom & Dena Zajechowski, John

RE/MAX New Horizons – Medford & Phillips
CLINT BERRY Hackel, Eleanore Ochoa, Juan & Jauna Ruiz Sobatta, Mark & Jennifer Wulfing Industries, LLC HOWARD BORCHERT Adleman, John & Sharon Anklam, Dorie Bolha, Kamelia Carlson, James & Joyce Corey, Terry & Brenda Eastlee, Al & Aloma Ellefsen, June Estate of Edward Stilwell Gorton, Karri & Jennifer Seymour Kilian, Richard & Patricia Klep, Earl & Marjorie Kopp, Daniel Marheine, Darlene Meyer, Wendy G. Novak, Kevin Olson, Douglas Pick, Leon & Constance Puls, Mark Ross, Donald & Donna Schwartz, Paul & Marijo Skaden, John & Carol Sokol, Dawn

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WES DELASKY Abel, Wayne & Virginia Anklam, Dorie Asleson, Gerald & Jeanne Mille Bushman, Francis & Susan Carlson, James & Joyce Cottreau, Joel & Faye Coulhurst, Gary & Carol Curtis, Jamie & Tammy Dr. Da Pa Do Enterprises Dunbar, Barbara Dunbar, Linda Dunbar, Warren & Shirley Englund, Larry & Maria Fardo, Virgil & Patricia Foytik, John & Vioilet Geurts, Brian & Colleen Grall, Gene & Carey Hathaway, Michael & Pilar Kerr, Kevin & Karen Kittel, Tod & Jane Klug, Terrance & Dena Lauenstein, John & Janet Olejniczak, John R. Onchuck, Dennis & Tara Rose, Keven & Tara Sundal, Eric Teele, Darlene Westfall, Rick Wisnefske, Gregory & Chad Zajechowski, John CHRISTINE JOHNSON Aschenbach, Brett & Linda Beardsley, Pamela A. Bishop, Bradly & Sara Bolha, Kamelia Boudousquie, Shirley Chrouser, Mark & Astrid Croy, Patrick & Dorothy Doll, Ronald & Elaine Eastlee, Al & Aloma Fadrowski, Christopher & Jenni Fox, Michael & Melissa

Gernaey, Annette Gidley, Matt & Donna Gray, David & Dixie Harbison, Glenn & Deann Hellner, James & Shelia Rae Hilgart, Robert Hoffman, Steve & Deb Jayjack, Joseph & Maryann Johnson, John & Vicki Juneau, Arthur & Tina Keepers, Larry & Aida Linker, Terry & Elise McGriff, Michael F. Meneau, Richard & Peggy Michalec, Steven & Cindy Mullen, Patrick & Ann Olson, Douglas Peter, Lesley & Eileen Slakes Plum Creek Timberlands, L. P. Ross, Donald & Donna Schloskey, Lyle & Ramona Secretary of Housing Urban Development Singer, John & Amy Ulrich, Todd Vitek, Eric Weinzatl, Jodi Weinzatl, Kenneth ERIN JOHNSON Cervenka, Steven Davidson, Nancy Dering, Mary Dobson, John & Linda Dr. Da Pa Do Enterprises Dunbar, Warren & Shirley Fardo, Virgil & Patricia Hierl, Martin Kaletka, Kim Kuhn, Myron Lapp, William & Carol Pember, Marlena Precour, Paul Randolph, Robert & Linda

Riley, Richard & Gail Schmeiser, Gerald & Susan Schoenborn, Scott & Brenda Scott, Joseph Wibben, Dennis & Darla Wolter, Kathleen KARL PIPPENGER Dunbar, Barbara Dunbar, Linda Foytik, John & Vioilet Leak, Andrew & Josh Corbin Manning, Scott & Lori McKenzie, James & Maureen Weinzatl, Kenneth Wells Fargo Bank Zajechowski, John SAMANTHA SMITH Berg, Joe Keepers, Larry & Aida Leu, Duane Ulrich, Todd ALISA STOCK Asleson, Gerald & Jeanne Miller Bauer, Jeffery & Jerry Buehler, Slate Dahl, Eric & Sara Geiger, Shawn Heldt, Edwin Howard, Franklin & Melanie Hutchinson, Angela Ingersoll, Justin Kauffman, Justin & Lisa Klimpke, Irene Klingbeil, Joshua & Amber Property Preservation, Inc. Raab, LeeAnn Reeves, Myron & Kathleen Shell, Ryan & Melissa Gilles Uhlig, Ron Westfall, Rick

RE/MAX Northern Retreat Realty - Winter
PEGGY THRAN Beseler, Jack Bey, Kent & Brenda Blaken, Larry & Jane Blaudette, David & Sylvia Ripp Boileau, Dan & Penny Buchwald, Greg & Vicki Buric, Michael Chippewa Valley Bank Finnamore, Jeff Greiling, Gary Gunderson, Randy & Missy Kavanaugh, Mike Marsich, Steve & Jennifer Mullins, Steve & Deb Risinger, Randy & Toni Shydlowski, Stan & Blaire Spafford,Jason & Cynthia Berger Stevens, Dave & Sue Strouf, Stacy & Ruth Aaron T & M Northwoods Inv. Thorsen, Dave Wilbur, Richard

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