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Art & Gift Market 2018

Applications available now!!

We cannot thank these donors enough for helping the WCI Arts Center update our antiquated HVAC system! For the bottom of our (efficient climate-controlled) Hearts, we appreciate you!

Warm Hearts Donors

Hot Coffee ($1-$99):

Jeannette Lokay
Barbara Sandall
Lindsey Moore
Pat Hobbs
George & Elaine Hopkins
Bill & Sondra Epperly
Macomb Fortnightly Club
Cindy Ford & John Throop
Susan Jersey
Randy Smith
Marilyn Chu
Robin Bauerly
Maria & Tom Dunstan
Michael Thompson
Sue Marshall & Richard Chamberlain
Duwayne & Janet Furman
John Graham
Dr. Timothy & Kelly Fitzgerald

Hot Chocolate ($100-$249):

Nancy Crossman
Doug & Kate Mattsey
Sterling Kernek
Lowell & Lois Lueck
Ron Petrin
Lynn Thompson
Galen Weitkamp and Martha Klems
Robert & Pamela Johnson
Sam & Becky Parker
Bill & Linda Boomer
Dean & Jan Rockwell
Bill Maakestad
Bonnie & Skip Skripps
Robert Quesal
Marcia Moulden
Alice Henry
Terrill Title Co. Inc. – Jeremy Benson
Breann Swigart
Dean & Ellen Zoerink
Rose & Jeffery Elam
Ken Slater
Purdum Gray Ingledue Beck
Meg Prange
MidAmerica National Bank
Cathmar Prang
Maria and Greg Montalvo
Grace Lin
Lisa Wen
Thomas & Kathleen Joswick
Nick Curtis- Re/Max
Red Peppers Ragtime Ensemble
Jeff Engle & Mai Lei Chen
Burton Law Office

Hot Toddy ($250-$499):

Linda Lee Blaine
Brigid Pumo
Dan & Paula Wise
Bill & Carolyn Bailey

Hottest of Donors ($500+):

Ron Green & Marietta Loehrlein
Macomb Audiology (Christine and Mitch Standard)
Nicholas Doll, DMD,PC
Julie-Anne Pickett, IPI Wealth Management
Citizens Bank, a division of Morton Community Bank
Arnold Brother’s Heating & Cooling
Sheila Nollen
Lyle Payne
Dave & Sally Egler
Tom & Gayle Carper
Macomb Band Boosters
Siraj & Bob Hull

Supporting the Arts has always been our mission. We host exhibitions, performances, classes, art and gift markets, and many other cultural activities. Supporting the arts in the West Central Illinois region enriches us all. We aim to continue to provide opportunities for performance and visual artists to have a place to network with their peers, hone their craft, and provide a venue to inspire others.But we can’t do it alone. Please consider becoming a memberand help us keep serving our region. Thanks!WCI Arts Center enhances our region – and beyond – by providing a hub for area artists to engage with one another and share their talents with the community at large.