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With this issue of AMT, we begin a new system of acknowledging contributors to the MTNA FOUNDATION. Names of donors who contribute during the first six months of the calendar year will be featured in the October/November issue of that year. Names of donors who contribute during the last six months of the calendar year will be featured in the April/May issue of the following year. According to the previous annual listing method, if you contributed on or after July 1, 2002, you would not be acknowledged until the October/November issue of 2003.

The listing below includes those members, nonmembers, companies, organizations and MTNA-affiliated associations who contributed to the FOUNDATION from July 1-December 31, 2002. We hope this will be a more timely acknowledgment based on the calendar year instead of the FOUNDATION fiscal year.

Founders Society Platinum
Circle $10,000 or More
MarySue Harris

Founders Society Gold
Circle $5,000-9,999
Iris and Morty Manus

Founders Society Silver
Circle $2,500-4,999
Warner Bros. Publications

Founders Society Bronze
Circle $1,000-2,499
Marjore Chronister
Jeanne B. Grealish
Kentucky MTA
Carol J. Nelson
Sylvia Shepherd

Benefactors $500-999
Boeing Gift Matching
  Program
California Association of
  Professional Music
  Teachers, Inc.
Annette C. Conklin
First Act, Inc.
Missoula MTA
North Shore MTA
Oregon MTA
Stephen W. Smith
Texas MTA
L. Rexford and Lynn
  Whiddon
Wisconsin MTA
Roy Wylie

Guarantor $250-499
Allegro Acceptance
Brian K. Chung
Evola Music Center
Gerald F. Fischbach
Virginia J. Folsom
Christine A. Groth
Sue H. Holder
Gary L. Ingle
The Keyboard Corporation
Arlene Krueger
Metropolitan Piano Gallery,
  Inc.
Missouri MTA
Montana MTA
Kathleen M. Murray
Utah MTA
Marjorie W. Weist
Benjamin Whitten

Sustainer $100-249
Olivia R. Aliga
Arizona Study Program
Gregory H. Aslani
Athens MTA
Atlanta MTA
Mildred S. Ault
Carol H. Barwick
Carol Beall
Carol Ann Bell
Digby Bell
Marge Bengel
Gail J. Berenson
Patsy Bode
Carolyn Britton
Patricia J. Cabe
Constance K. Carroll
Colorado State MTA
Citgo Petroleum Corporation
Ray Cramer
Gilbert DeBenedetti
Melanie K. DeMent
John H. Diercks
Hiroko I. Driver
Thomas L. Ediger
Ruth S. Edwards
Pauline Eidemiller
Dianne Ferguson
Jean M. Fox
Charlynne Harris Fry
Janice M. Gaboriault
R. Wayne Gibson
Tamah Williams Goad
Louise L. Goss
Gary L. Gress
Joyce L. Grill
Gloria A. Grys
Linda Ross Happy
Mano R. Hardies
Martha Hilley
LeAnn House
Daisy De-In Hsu
Dorothy Y. Hwang
Amy Rose Immerman
International Music Syndicate
Hans J. Jensen
Kirby Woods Baptist Church
Sallie Johnson
Jones County MTA
J. Mitzi Kolar
Charlotte Kroeker
Nancy C. Lamka
Mary C. Larson
Lillian Livingston
Cathy A. Maasdam
Main Line MTA
Wanda L. Mandigo
Angie C. Mankin
Wilda Gene Marcus
Jennifer Martin
Heidi K. Mayer
Hadley McCarroll
Marjorie L. McKinty
Helena S. Meetze
Mary Ellen Meloan
Michigan MTA
Genevieve W. Mickenham
Janice A. Nagle
Naperville Area MTA
Nebraska MTA
New Orleans MTA
Margaret Saunders Ott
Jill Ann Peak
Lois Ann Pearson
Cynthia M. Penker
Pennsylvania MTA
Pensacola MTA
Pikes Peak MTA
Judith C. Plagge
Barbara K. Rader
Shirley A. Raut
Katherine Reese
Julie B. Rieth
Lloyd A. Robbins
Wesley Roberts
Linda L. Rogers
Donna H. Sanders
Betty Jane Scott
Rusty Shelton
Martha K. Smith
Scott McBride Smith
Mary T. Soper
South Metro Atlanta MTA
Robert Steinbauer
Steve Stewart
Patricia Dyer Tuley
Mary Van De Loo
Paul Vicko
Margee K. Webster
West Virginia MTA
Dorothy J. Woolf
W. Robin Zemp
Betty B. Zornosa

Suporter $50-99
Fay S. Adams
Samuel H. Adler
Virginia Shimota Anderson
Ruth Arkiss
Kay M. Augustine
Aurora MTA
Donna L. Baddeley
Pamela Barger
Barbara Belew
James Benner
Virginia Ernst Bigelow
Blue Mountain District MTA
Barbara D. Brown
Camille M. Brubaker
Jeannette Chun
Charlotte W. Clarkson
Donna K. Coates
Sylvia Coats
James Heustis Cook
Jeri Danielson
Tinka Knopf De Esteban
Carol W. … 

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