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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2012 VINEYARD GAZETTE, MARTHAS VINEYARD, MASS. SEVEN WEST TISBURY JOHN S. ALLEY 508-693-2950 i (alleys@vineyard.net) Well, the weather record is now corn- pine for November and for the first time in over a year it was a colder-than- average month. The month seemed to fly by and we are approaching our shortest day of the year. December was off to a warm start with T-shirts the preferred clothing on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The holiday spirit is alive and parties are popping up all around us. Fire Chief Manuel Estrella of Indian Hill Road reports that the lights were put on the tree at the Old County and State Road intersection recently. They will be lit each night until the New Year. A few homes so far display outside lights and Christmas wreaths. Marjorie Peirce Irving reports that the First Congregational Church Christ- mas Faire will be held tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. till 2:30 p.m. Bring your friends and families to shop for handmade wreaths, decorations, jewelry and baked goods, and enjoy lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. My wife Anna threw a birthday bash dinner for me Monday night. The guests were our son Sam, Kern Grimes and Su- san Block. The dinner was superb, with good red wine, and Susan made a plate of her famous homemade brownies. A good time was had by all. Phyllis Meras of Music street re- turned home last Saturday after spend- ing a week in New York city on busi- ness. She will soon be writing her annual Christmas poem for the Gazette. Sal Laterra of Providence, R.I. arrived on Wednesday to visit with her. This was his first visit here since their trip to Turkey in October. Katherine Long of Panhandle Road cordially invites you to her 34th annual Winter Solstice party on Sunday, Dec. 16 from noon until 8 p.m. All ages are welcome. Their party has become one of the highlights of everyone&apos;s holiday season. Katherine's Texas chili is an ex- tra special treat; you haven't lived until you have tasted it. She says come when you can and leave when you must, just don't bring your dog along! Heidi Schultz of State Road reports that a Christmas concert by the strings and flute players of the Vineyard Sinfonietta will be held at Howes House on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Martha Hudson (mezzo-soprano) in singing a few carols to celebrate the season. The concert is free and open to all ages. Lindsay Miner, development assis- tant at Martha's Vineyard Community Services, reports that MVCS will be hosting Holiday Blues with Dr. Dominic Maxwell on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the regional high school culinary arts room. Join Dr. Maxwell for a talk about seasonal depression. Clinicians will be available for private screenings. Ellen Gatchell, over at the chamber of commerce, invites all chamber mem- bers to the business after-hours annual holiday party at the Grill on Main on Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. It is a wonderful party. Janet Bank reports that the town holi- day party will be on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Agricultural Hall. Please bring a dish to share. Families are encouraged to come and share the music, food and meet your neighbors. The selectmen and trustees of the public library invite you to attend a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednes- day, Dec. 12 at noon. A special children's groundbreaking ceremony will be held later the same day at 3:30 p.m. Both ceremonies will be held at the library building site at 1042 State Road. Libby Fielder reports that the First Congregational Church is seeking chil- dren to participate in their Christmas pageant at the Agricultural Hall on Dec. 24. Children ages 5 to 13 who wish to participate must attend a casting meet- ing with their parents on Dec. 16, a dress rehearsal on Dec. 23, and must arrive at 4 p.m. on Dec. 24 for the pageant. Please contact her at 508-684-8086 for more information and to volunteer. All faiths are welcome. Patricia Cliggott of Indian Hill Road reports that Lovingkindnessmv holiday gift show continues at her home every Saturday and Sunday l0 a.m. to 4 p.m. till Christmas. It features yoga cloth- ing, herbal salves, crystals and even dog biscuits. A generous percentage of sales helps provide home-cooked meals to hospice patients and their families. Call her at 508-687-9847 for more information. The History Channel reminds us that President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Cordell Hull knew a Japanese at- tack was imminent 71 years ago today. They had received intelligence reports of intercepted coded messages from Tokyo to the Japanese ambassador in the United States about an imminent attack. However, they did not know where or when it would happen. The ambas- Welcome kna Elisabeth and James Cleary of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter, Jena Isabella Cleary, born on Nov. 28 at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital. lena weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces at birth. sadors were at the State Department when the White House;announced the attack on Pearl Harbor to a stunned nation. People knew that this meant we were now in a state of war! It was quiet and chilly that fateful Sunday on the Vineyard: Frank Adams, on Music Street, had started his coal furnace for the first time since March; Donaldson's Garage was about to receive its monthly shipment of gasoline from the Mobil terminal in Vineyard Haven Monday morning; and Antone Campbell was preparing to milk his cows. Many families had cut a proper Christmas tree and had prepared their parlors to receive guests that afternoon. The at- tack was announced over CBS radio by John Chades Daly at about 2:30 p.m. As evening fell people kept their radios on to learn more news from Pearl Harbor. Plans were made for the president to address Congress the next day shortly after noontime to declare war on Japan. The school would hold a special assem- bly at noon so the students could listen to his address to the nation. On Friday Dec. 12,1941, four days after entering World War II, the Town Civil Defense Committee held a rally at the Town Hall in North Tisbury. They were told what is expected of you during an air raid: 1. Do not use the telephone; 2. Build and use blackout curtains im- mediately and when the warning signal sounds after dark, turn off all your lights. Happy birthday to: Sarah Vail and Grace Murphy today; Christopher Cini and Jane Sobel tomorrow; Sam Mason, Emily Smith and Karen Colaneri on Sunday; Kansas Brew, Ginny Bardwell Jones, Galen Brew, Ellen Weiss and Dana Rezendes on Monday; John So- nia, Deborah Pigeon and Boris Yanez- Veiasco on Tuesday; Alan Reekie, Linda Baughman, Brian Bilsback, Frank Sina- tra, Donald Gosselin and John Thurber on Wednesday; Jan Schulze, Susie Trees and Barry Rosenthal on Thursday. Be- lated birthday wishes to Bob Bunch, Polly Renear, Avi Lev, Ronni Simon, Grace S. Batesole and Laurel Wilkinson. Chanukah, the eight-day festival of lights, starts tomorrow evening. Com- ing at the onset of winter, it celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, pu- rity over contamination and spirituality over materialism. Well, that is all of the social news for this week's edition. If you have any news please call or e-mail me. Have a great week. Dean's List Oliver Filley, Margaret Hibbard and Taylor Stone of Edgartown, and Alex- ander Dimovich and Janelle Fortes of Vineyard Haven have been named to the dean's list at the Savannah College of Art and Design for the Fall 2012 quarter. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 in order to receive the recognition. ...  [h ' l . , CHILMARK lANE N. SLATER 508-645-3378 (slaterjn@comcast.net) Chilmark is a busy place and most of the activity has nothing to do with seasonal holidays. Many of our friends and neighbors are hard at work on committees and commissions that are meeting nightly at the town hall to deal with town business. This is the month when the deadlines for real estate taxes, warrant articles, financial reports, bud- gets and end of year reports are due from the sub-structure of the town government. There are eight to 10 major committees with seven members and many more with three to five members -- all volunteers who care enough about Chilmark to show up and take part. The regular meetings are open to the public and take place at the town hall. Listings for meetings and details up for discus- sion can be found at the town website: chilmarkma.gov/pages/chilmarkma. And, as if to make the town hall a more welcoming place, a number of the blue ground flowers in the parking lot are in bloom! More good news coming from Chil- mark is that the scallop season is, so far, a good one. The commercial fishermen are working hard.., and this weather helps! I call your attention to a public hear- ing scheduled by the planning board on Dec. 17 at 4:30 p.m. to discuss the proposed bylaw regarding the size of houses to be built in Chilmark. All are welcome to attend and address the subject. The community center is a busy place this time of year. There will be a holiday flea market on Dec. 15 featuring an as- sortment of vendors selling gifts, trea- sures, crafts and foods for your holiday enjoyment. The Chilmark Community Church is sponsoring the sale, and An- nette Anthony is the go-to person for renting space or other questions. Her phone number is 774-563-0016. The lunch will be provided by Dee Smith of Savory Pies, a popular Chilmark busi- ness. The Chilmark Firefighters Associa- tion will host the annual Santa visit to the community center on Dec. 19 at 5:30 p.m. All Chilmark children are welcome. The Chilinark Community Church invites us all to welcome their new pastor to town. He is Seongmom Ahn of Korea. He received his bachelor of arts degree in Korea and his master of divinity degree from Boston University. He and his wife and their two children will soon settle into the parsonage on the Menemsha Crossroad. He preaches at the Sunday service on Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. The Soup Suppers continue on Tues- day evenings at.the church on Menem- sha Crossroad. They begin at 5:30 p.m. and all are welcome. West Tisbury Library continues to show movies on Monday nights at the Chilmark library meeting room at 7 p.m. They will be showing science- fiction movies from the 1950s through the month of December. This Monday features Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and on the Dec. 17, Them! The Chilmark Library meeting room will be the local venue for the annual evening of music by the Vineyard Clas- sic Brass Ensemble. They will begin the concert at 6:15 p.m. The Chilmark members of the ensemble are the Dunkl family and the musicale is an annual favorite for up-Islanders. The Friends of the Chilmark Library host their annual holiday party on Dec. 19 beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the library meeting room. Wreathmaking and so- cializing are the favorite pastimes at this popular event. Up-Island photographer and artist John Wightman will hang his annual holiday gift show at the Sovereign bank in Chilmark beginning Dec. 7. This year his work includes small and affordable gifts items, many featuring up-Island images. The show is open during regu- lar bank hours all month. The Minnesingers are preparing for their annual winter concert under the direction of Jan Wightman. They will present their concert at the Old Whal- ing Church in Edgartown at 8 p.m. on Dec. 7, and at the same place on Dec. 8 at 4 p.m. The Minnesingers are traveling to Croatia in April, where we know they will be well-received. Although it is December, the tem- perature as I write is 51 degrees. There is a big blue hydrangea in full bloom in front of Barn Again on D.H.'s Hill, and there are many birds chirping at dawn -- all features of a different season of the year .. let's hope global warming is something we can all live with! Honor Society lustine Tucker of West Tisbury has been inducted into Ithaca College's Or- acle Honor Society. First-year students who maintain a grade point average that puts them in the top 10 per cent of their school throughout their first full academic year are invited into the soci- ety. Ms. Tucker is majoring in English in the college's school of humanities and sciences ........ --4. • .'; AQUlNNAH JUNE D. MANNING 508-645-2574 (lthslnks2004(q)yahoo.com) We have enjoyed warmer weather this week with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Rhododendrons appear ready to bloom. Many new families have moved to Aquinnah for the win- ter, making it perhaps a sought alter winter paradise. We have no idea what the weather will be but many of us are hoping it will be a repeat of last year's sort of tropical winter. The Hyland family has the best display of Christmas lights thus far, adorning their State Road home. Adam Wilson has already decorated the town hall inside and out. Community Baptist Church of Gay Head members are reminded to bring in new hats, mittens, gloves or scarves for the Red Stocking Fund by Dec. 9. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service will be held on Monday, Dec. 24 at 5 p.m. with Rev. Ellen Tatreau. Traditional les- sons, carols and lighting of candles will be enjoyed by all in attendance. The Aquinnah holiday party will he held On Sunday, Dec. 23 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Aquinnah town hall. All Aquinnah residents are invited. We have quite a few new residents in town and it would be nice for them to meet their neigh- bors. Santa will arrive between 4:30 and 5 p.m. via his usual mode of travel in Aquinnah -- the fire trtck. There will be gifts for all Aquinnah children up to the age of 12. Please bring a dish to share for the potluck dinner. Trustees of Aquinnah Public IJbrary would like to invite community mem bers to a holiday open house to wel- come the new library director, IAsa Sherman, on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. First Baptist Church will celebrate their annual Christmas "liea with lun cheon and shopping at the parish house on William street in Tisbury on Satur- day, Dec. 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children. Join in and celebrate the holiday season with coffee, tea, tea sandwiches and more. Or, just stop by to shop. There will bc baked goods, crafts and gift items at reasonable prices. The Martha's Vineyard Museum will celebrate during Christmas in Edgar- town with the annual lewclry ling!c from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday Dec. 8. Toln Dunlop and Peter Wells will spend time with the young ones from 11:3(I m 1 p.m. teaching kids about the Chappy Ferry. Member and non- member discounts will be in effecl during the day. The Martha's Vineyard Artisans Fes tival will have the liflh annual holiday fL'stival on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 10 a.m. fo 4 p.m. '<it the ( ;range ttall in West Tis bury. l,unch by IJttle Rock Farm will be available, loin)annette Vanderhoop and her tL'Ilow artisans with their beautiful work in time tbr the holidays. Blanche Jackson and her daughter Sylvia have arrived from Illinois to spend the winter at their family home on IJghthouse Road, sharing it with son and brother Aron who has kept the home tires burning while awaiting their an'ival. loan l,eLacheur will have an open stu dio at her 42 Old South Road home from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 8, 15 and 22. Stop by and indulge yourself in loarlie's unique wampum jewelry and decorative artwork. For directions, please call her tit 5(18 045-o!)54. (. ;ondolences to the lhmily and friends of ShMt?y Pachico, who passed away allt?r a hmg illness. She was a multi- generational Lunily friend lbr the past half century. (;ondolcnccs to the family and friends of Maurict? (Mike) Pease, who passed away recently. We would often meet al gafllefings in l larthaven and Abel's 1 lill, but our time spent in cardiac rehab together was much more enlightening. Memorial services will be held next snmnlt?r. (;el well wishes to First Baptist Church dt?acon and friend to all, Melvin Thornhill, as he rests and recuperates at his homt? with the assistance of his wife, Newl. Diamond (Hlic) Vanderhoop was honored by about 100 of her /hmily and friends on Saturday evening when a surprise party was held at the Aquinnah town hall to celt?brate her 40th birthday. Friends from across the Vineyard at tended, and she was happy to greet her co-workers from (;hilmark (hocolates. l"aith Vanderhoop and her daughter Billie l)iamond returned this week aflt?r spciiding the holiday iFi Vancouver with her nit?or? ( ;al'rie Anne Vanderhoop, her husband, "l'lel- Bcllis, and their daugh- It?l; Rosalie. liappy 13th allniversary wishes (o I.eigh and C;hristy Morels as they col ebrate on Dec. 12. l lappy I'irthday wishes to (land;ice Nichols on l lcc. 8, as she shares the day with twins P, obin and Russell Smith. Polly l'enear will observe her special day on l)t?c. 0, and shares the day with l)cborah I l;mcock and Paul t tenry left [L'rs Mayhew. "lhmara Buchwald parties on l)cc. 10. (]wislopht?r Paul Manning parties on l)ec. 12. (harlic Thomas will celebrate on Dec. 13. THANK YOU! • THANK YOU! • THANK YOU! • THANK YOU! ° THANK YOU! The West Tisbury Library Foundation, Inc. warmly thanks all the following for their generous contributions in support of the West Tisbury Free Public Library Expansion and Renovation Project and proudly invites all to attend the Groundbreaking Ceremony on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 12 noon, at the West Tisbur), Library Building Site (Children's groundbrealing ceremony at 3:30 pm). 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Heather Mann and Edward Ballard • Janet Bank • Shawn Barber • Janice Florin and Dan Barker • Talulah Barni • Karen Parmett and Barak Barnoon • Fred and Jeanne Barren • Vickery Bartels • Janice Bassil • Barbara Bassil • Jennifer Bates • Caroline Baum • Mark and Kim Baumhofer • Baumhofer Builders • Stephan & Judith Baumrin • Michael and Sara Baumrin • Elizabeth Bayer • Frances and Michael Baylson • Hut Beall • Valerie and John Bocker • William and Barbara Bennett • Josh Bergan • Bob Bergen • Jeremy Berlin • Sandy Bernat • Constance Messmer and Steve Bemier • Geoffrey and Barbara Berresford, Henry and Louise Bessire • Louise Bessire • Big Sky Rentals • Jeremy and Friedericke Biggs • Edward Levine and Victoria Bijur • Ann Billings • Frank and Carol Biondi •Fredenck Ausubel and Stephanle Bird • Judith Birsh • Robert and Susan Bishop • Michael Black. Black Dog Restaurant. Black Dog Tall Ships • Blessing Way Foundation • Hilary Blocksom • Cynthia Bloomquist • Shanti Blurn • Paula and Ella Bolash • Howard and Jeanne Borggaard • Geoffrey Borr, Anna Borre-Boon • Jill Bouck • Charles and Susan Bowman • Alexander Boyle • Thomas Bracken • Kathleen Brady • Elizabeth Bramhall • Kib and Tess Bramhall • Emily Bramhall • Judith Bramhall • John and Cathy Brannen • Catherine and Thomas Brennan • Alan and Joyce Brigish • Lauren Goldstein, Allen, Eliza and Abigail Brornberger • Nell and Patricia Brooks • John and Sue Brooks • Stephanie Brothers • Cherrilla Brown • The Hen. Ann Brown and Donald Brown • Marc Brown • George and Carol Brush • Whitney Brush • Doug Brush • Jeffrey and Sam Bryant • Kristin Buck • Lynne Buckmaster-lrwin • Jan Buhrman/The Kitchen Porch • Ann Buff. Abbe Buff. 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Cola Parker • S and J Parker. Elaine Gompers Parmett • Sharon Bdtton and John Patrick • Margaret and Michael Patterson • Dr. Nancy Claire and Richard N. Patterson • Henry Patterson III • Niki Patton • Mary Jane Pease • Zoo Pechter • Pechter Foundation, Richard'and Pamela Bounds Peia • Christine Pendry • Kate Pennebaker • Chris Perleberg • Laurie Peter • Gregory and Christine Pettit • Pfizer • Beatrice Phear • Patrick Phillips • Juliana Phillips • William Ptapinger • Wendy Shattuck and Sam Plimpton • Polly Hill Arboretum • Alex Polner • Fergus and Davina Porter. Robert and Marjory Potts• Jack and Karen Potz • Rosalie Powell • Drs. Sara Rosenthal and Julie Ann Prazich • Elaine Price • James Prichard • Gtenn and Marcella Provost. Nicholas Puner • Wendy Puriefoy • Pamela Putney • Arnold and Sydell Rabin • Alan and Andrea Rabinowitz • Arthur and Lynn Randall III • Karen Sasahara and Michael Ratney • Henry and Joan Rauch • Richard and Diana Reische • Christopher and Amy Remondi • Mary Rentschler • Dr. Alan Retik and Mrs. Lynn Retik • Lee Revere • David and Angola Rhoderick • Richard and Jo-Anne Rice • Alison Rich Stearns • Cynthia Riggs • Riley's Reads • Patti Roads • Peter Robinson • Julie Robinson • Dr. James Katowitz and Dr. Carol Rocamora • Bill and Jeanne Noddy • Jessica Noddy • Nancy Cole and Peter Rodegast • Michael Rodell • Selena Roman • Marc Rosenbaum • Debby Rosenthal • Herbert and Laura Roskind • Dr. Laura Ross and David Ross. Lexie Roth • Aden Roth • Paul Levine and Mary Louise Rouff • Noelle Ruane • Faith and Hasty Runner • Isaac and Gertrude Russell • Melissa Ryan • Ryan Family • Whitson and Susan Sadler • Horace Salop • Julie Saunders • Craig Saunders • David Saw • John and Thalia Scanlan • AI Schackman • Rhianna Schahn • Max and Marjorie Schechner • Jeffrey Scheuer • John Schley • Charles and Martha Schmidt • Dyan Schmidt • Katherine Schmidt • Paul Schneider • Gall Shufrin and Leonard Schoenfeld • finals. • Adele Schonbrun • Joe and Marylee Schroeder • Ronnee and Heidi Schultz • Robert and Margaret Schwartz • Peter Kramer and Rachel Schwartz • Robert and Margaret Schwier • Josh, Lindsey, Tnstan and Charlotte Scott •Chnstopher Sears • Susan Gilligan and Douglas Sederholm • Marshall and Sally Segall • Them Wilson and Susan Seidman • Kaya Seiman • Elizabeth Seitz • Craig and Deanne Shallcross • Sander and Sheila Shapiro • George and Isabella Shattuck • Henry and Jackie Shaub • Victoria Shaw • Shaw Cramer Gallery. Elizabeth Shay • Richard and Betsy Sheer • Kira Shepherd • S. and P. Sherman • Julie Sierputoski • Goldie Alfasi-Siffert and John Siffert • Isaac Silber-Parr • Robert and Joyce Silberling, Laura Roosevelt and Charles Silberstein • Donald and Debbie Silberstein • Barbara and Susan Silk • Non and Sue Silva • Lynne Silva • Dianne McDonough-Silva and Antone Silva III • Young and Inku Sim • Warren and Leslie Simmons • Sioux Eagle Design • Julie Skinner • John Reynolds and Margaret Skinner • Shelagh Smilie • Woollcott and Leah Smith • Keston and Emily Smith • Jon Previant and Barbara Smith • Sarah Smith • Rebecca Smith • Joan Margot Smith • David Smith • Mrs. Leigh Smith • Dee Smith/Tea Lane Caterers • SoikkeU & Company, Inc • Gina Solon • Heather Sommers • Jennifer Allan and Jonathan Sores • South Mountain Company • Pamela Speir • Arthur and Carolyn Spongier • Stacey Sperling • Gabrielle Spiegel • Richard and Joan Spillman • John Spindler. Paul and Amy Sponseller • Matthew and Martha Stackpole • Adriana Stadecker • Karin Stanley • Maia Scott & Eva, Thee & Quinn Stanley • State Road Restaurant • Edward Steckol • Dave and Vivian Stein • Gary and Deborah Stein • Lisa Sokolov Steinberg • Ronald Stempien • Sterling Fund • Donald Stevens • Edward and Lorin Stevenson • William Stewart • Elinor Stewart • Rosemary Stimola • Christine and George St0nebely • Stonehouse, Inc. • Rosemary Chalk and Michael Stoto • Elizabeth Straton • Nancy Strauss • William and Nancy Strecker • Carol Stuart • Rose Styron • Alexandra Styron • Kate Suval, Carl and Martha Tack, Wayne and Kathy Tackabury • Liz Taft • Cathy Tasman • Kara Taylor • Connie Taylor • Livingston Taylor • Isaac Taylor • Ben Taylor • Emmett Taylor • Tea Lane Associates • The Chelsea Fund • The Granary Gallery • The Prudential Foundation • Joseph Thibodeau • Joan and George Thomas • Samme and Janet Thompson. David Thompson • Samuel and Julia Thoron • Jim and Barbara Thorpe • Ava Thors • Sarah Thulin • Paul Thurlow • Tisberry Fro Yo • Emma Tobin • Bob Tonti, Stephen Trachtenberg • Susan Trees • Jennifer Tseng • Gordon and Christine Turner • United Technologies • Katie Upson • Michael and Nancy Vacante • Richard Backer and Will Verbits • John and Margaret Verret • Vineyard Bottled Waters • Brian Abbott Jr. and Jessica Von Mehren • Monina Von Opel • Betty Vorenberg • Whit Griswold and Laura Wainwright • Diane Wall • James Wallace • Cynthia Walsh • Caryn Broitman and Brian Walt • Kathy Walthers • Deborah Warden • Deborah Silliman and Jeffery Wass • Robert and Susan Wasserman • Brian, Henry, Hugh Bassett and Sarah Wasserman • Harvey Garneau and Daniel Waters • Brian Wetland • Claudia Weill • The John S. and Amy S. Weinberg Foundation • Finbarr O'Connor and Jo Ann Wether • Betsey Hawes Weinstock • Suzanne Weisman • Ellen Weiss • Mr. and Mrs. Fredenck Weiss • Wendy Weldon • Frank and Kathleen Werber • West Hs Dreaming LLC • Jean Wexler • Ted and Betsy Wheeler. Rosemary Whelan • Lynne Whipple • Rabbi Harold White • Georgia White • Steven Rattner and Mauroen White • Jim and Carol White • Rachel White • White Bros. - Lynch Corp. • Lynne and Granville White, Jr. • Lynne and Allen Whiting • Prudy Whiting • Boa Whiting • Margaret Whitton • Colin D. and Sarah Whyte • Charles and Christine Wiley • Ann Willard • Richard and Judith Williams • Lawrence Miller and Ellen Williams • Joan Williams • Anne Williamson • Ellen Wingard • Marsha Winsryg • Charles and Mary Ann Winter • Charles and Andrea Winter • Elite Wise • Robert and Patricia Wittig • Abraham Genack and Kathy Wixon • Burton Lerner and Lois Wolf • Wendy Wolf • Edward Zlotkowski and Ellen Wolfe • Alicia Wolfe • Wendee Wolfson • Mary Woodcock • Robert Woodruff • Fran Woods • Edwin Woods, Jr. • Judy Gersh Worthington • Walter and Joyce Wright • Henry and Felice Yager • Tucker Taft and Phyllis Yale • Nancy and Saul Yanofsky • Term and Scotty Young • Emma Young • David Poldoian and Carolyn Zacarian • Christine Zander • Jim and Lydia Zappacosta • Dirk and Natasha Ziff • Alex, Darren, Wendy & Jack • Porter, Margaret & Mathilda • (We sincerely apologize for the omission of any names of donors or supporters and invite you to contact the Foundation to inform us of any errors. Thank you.) N The West Tisbury Free Public Library Expansion and Renovation Project has been made possible by the taxpayers of West Tisbury and funded in part by the Massachusetts Public Library Construction Program, administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, and generous contributions by private citizens and local businesses through the Friends of the West Tisbury Library, Inc. and the West Tisbury Library Foundation, Inc. The West Tisbury Library Foundation Inc II A 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, wtlibraryfi)undation.org Although we have reached this historic moment, your donation can still make a big difference. Every gift will continue to improve our library in significant and lasting ways. Thank you!