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Art & Tapas @ Seviche, April 23, 2012

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Thanks to all our contributors for the success of our event at Seviche on April 23rd. With their help, we raised over $6000 for our arts in education programs. Mark Kuhn, a visual arts teacher in Greene County won our raffle for a free Gateway program for the school of his choice - very appropriate!

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Miroslava Angelova
Teresa Babyak
Susan Bails and Howard Wein
David Beitle
Michael Berger
Walter and Joy Blenko
Barbara Block
Arthur & Karen Boujoukos
Jane and Herb Burger
Lisa Claypool
Joe Cooper-Silvis
Cornelia Davis
Stacey Davis
Vic Dozzi
Jamie Egan
Attilio Favorini & Lisa Hoitsma
Ann Felter
Dolores Gaines
Colleen Gaughan
Margaret and Michael Hooton
Larry and Kathy Hurwitz
Craig Johnson & Thomas Cosley
The Honorable Judge & Florence Johnson, in memory of Justin Llewellyn Johnson
Dan Kamin
Bruce Kaplan
Katselas Family Foundation
Jennifer Kelly
Arthur Kerr
Joann Kielar
John Mark Kuhn
Maryanne Lapinski
Peter and Sylvia Leo
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