Thank you to everyone who helped out throughout 2011-12

Monday, May 21, 2012 (Around 3 years ago)

Thank you to everyone who helped out throughout 2011-12 at the John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning.

Joyce Aarsvold Jennifer Ackil Kevin Birr Margaret Bloch Qazi Leila Brammer Kristian Braekkan Priscilla Briggs Kevin Byrne Joel Carlin Kyle Chambers Sean Cobb Anna Deike Carolyn Dobler Jim Dontje Angelique Dwyer Sean Easton Patricia English-Schneider Barbara Fister Becky Fremo Mary Gaebler Mimi Gerstbauer Julie Gilbert Deborah Goodwin Andrew Grace Heather Haemig Lauren Hecht Lisa Heldke Tom Huber Mike Hvidsten Chris Johnson Julie Johnson Barbara Kaiser Kent Kalm Brenda Kelly Tim Kennedy Pamela Kittelson Mark Kruger Paschal Kyoore Karl Larson Rachel Larson Joseph Lencioni Karla Marz Steve Mellema Dan Mollner Kyle Momsen Kjerstin Moody Dan Moos Jerry Nowell David Obermiller Carolyn O’Grady Deb Pitton Alisa Rosenthal Brandy Russell Paul Saulnier Mary Solberg Dwight Stoll Joyce Sutphen Beatriz Torress Anna Versluis Eric Vrooman Steve Waldhauser Marie Walker Bob Weisenfeld Larry Wohl Lisa Wojcik Janine Wotton Barbara Zust

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