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Executive Board 2012 – 2014

President:
Barbara Jernigan

Past President:
Tuva Stephens

Secretary:
Charley Highers

Treasurer:
Linda S. Campbell

Membership:
Noriko Register

Newsletter Editor:
Jane House

Newsletter Layout:
Dee Hoffman

Workshop Chair:
Pam Pate

Workshops co-chair:
Leslie Dulin

Historian:
Filiz Griffin

Regional Contacts

Region I / Memphis
Kristine Harrington

Region II / Nashville
Jan Batts
Wendy Latimer

Region III / Chattanooga
Ann Rutledge

Region IV / Knoxville
Lee Edge

Region V / Tri-Cities
Patsy Reading

Committee Chairs

Exhibition 2014:
Wendy Latimer
Jan Batts

Member-at-Large:
Marilyn Brisbois

Arts Advocacy Representative:
Kathleen A. Haynes

Past President:
Tuva Stephens

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

CONGRATULATIONS!

34TH JURIED EXHIBITION 2014 

AWARD WINNERS

 

JOHN WILKISON*  |  Ivory, 16 x 14"
$1,500 Best of Show  |  Jane Yelliott Memorial Award

SANDY BOONE*  |  Easy Street, 20 x 19"
$1,200 Purchase Award  |  Jeffrey A. Shoham,

Jerry’s Artarama of
Knoxville

FRED RAWLINSON*  |  Riverwood, 41 x 50"
$1,200 Purchase Award  |  First Tennessee Bank
701 Market Street, Chattanooga

BRENDA MILLS**  | Drifting in Hanauma Bay, 22 x 30"
$1,000 Purchase Award  |  Bancorp South

SANDRACARPENTER* |  Tennessee Farm, 15 x 22"

$1,000 Cash Award  |  J. Alan and his parents, Chester and Allie
Register Memorial

SUSAN MILLER  |  In the Sun, 10 x 14"
$750 Cash Award  |  Fred Rawlinson; Region I

SUSAN HYBACK*  |  Charlie Kate, 18 x 24"
$680 Cash Award  |  Beauty of Watermedia

BILL BAILEY*  |  Sunday Morning, 20 x 29"
$500 Cash Award  |  Ohsuke, Miyuki, & Yukio Makoshi Memorial

GENIE EVEN*  |  Dogwood Fall Foliage, 28 x 20"
$450 Cash Award  |  Totally Transparent Watercolor

LESLIE J. DULIN*  |  Character Study, 29 x 21"
$485 Merchandise Award  |  The Martin F. Weber Company  | 
Mission Gold

MAGGIE
VANDEWALLE**  |  Still Life with Roots, 12 x 18"
$400 Cash/Merchandise Award  |  $150 Knoxville Watercolor Society; 
$250 Cheap Joe’s Certificate

NICK LONG*  |  Arrangement In Green, 22 x 22"
$390 Cash Award  |  Past Presidents’

HARRIET CHIPLEY*   |  Red Bike + 2, 28.5 x 20"
$350 Cash Award Nashville Visual Arts Business

LORETTA LEE EDGE   |  Putto: Fontana di Nettuno, 23.5 x 18"
$350 Cash Award; Beyond the Comfort Zone; Innovation & Risk Taking

NORIKO REGISTER*   |   Matsuzaki, 15 x 22"
$300 Cash Award | Region III

KAY COOP*   |  Barcelona Window, 27 x 15"
$300 Cash Award | Region V; Urban Bird Traditional Watermedia

PAT C. PATRICK   |  Winter Angel, 21 x 21"
$250 Cash Award Dorothy L. Williams Memorial

SANDY BROWN   |  Flying High, 11 x 14"
$250 Cash Award Dot Porter, Experimental 
Watercolor Artist, Memorial

AMANDA FARRIS**   |  Tangled Underbrush on Tablecloth, 16 x 20"
$250 Cash Award Art Ventures Art Group Memorial

 

 

Below is the complete list of artists juried into the 34th Exhibition by Pat Dews.

 

BILL BAILEY  Sunday Morning, 20 x 29"

ULLA BEERMAN  Sunburst on Glass, 13 x 17"

SANDY BOONE  Easy Street, 20 x 19"

HELEN BROOKS  Garden of Eden, 18 x 12"

SANDY BROWN  Flying High, 11 x 14"

ANGELA BROYLES  Hide and Seek, 18 x 24"

HELEN BURTON  Classic Brass, 20 x 14"

LINDA CAMPBELL  Tattoo of the Dragon, 14 x 11"

ASANDRA CARPENTER  Tennessee Farm, 15 x 22"

HARRIET CHIPLEY  Red Bike + 2, 28.5 x 20"

JOAN CLARK  Kindred Spirit, 25 x 19"

LIL CLINARD  Blue Plan B, 15 x 15"

MARTY COGNATA  Chad, 28.5 x 21"

GLENNA COOK  Insight Now, 12 x 18"

KAY COOP  Barcelona Window, 27 x 15"

COCO DAUER  After the Fall, 20 x 30"

JUDY DUKE  Dragonfly, 19 x 25"

LESLIE J. DULIN  Character Study, 29 x 21"

ABBY EBLEN  Violets in the Sun, 16 x 20"

LORETTA LEE EDGE  Putto: Fontana di Nettuno, 23.5 x 18"

RUSS EVANS  Fisher XP75A, 14 x 26"

GENIE EVEN  Dogwood Fall Foliage, 28 x 20"

AMANDA FARRIS  Tangled Underbrush on Tablecloth, 16 x 20"

ANN FITZGERALD  Daily Bread, 23 x 20"

DOT GALLOWAY  Trois Demoiselles IV, 40 x 30"

LEE GLASCOCK  Sandy Dunes, 22 x 30"

SUSAN HYBACK  Charlie Kate, 18 x 24"

JUDY LAVOIE  Elles Tobacco Planter, 30 x 22"

DONNA LITTLETON  Green Space, 11 x 14"

NICK LONG  Arrangement In Green, 22 x 22"

MARY BRITTEN LYNCH  Sky Jewels, 14 x 17"

KATE McCULLOUGH  Teddy's Window, 21.5 x 27.5"

SUSAN MILLER  In the Sun, 10 x 14"

BRENDA MILLS  Drifting in Hanauma Bay, 22 x 30"

EFFTON MITCHELL  Snow Scene, 10.25 x 14.25"

ELLEN O'KELLEY  Lilies Unfolding, 10 x 14"

PAT C. PATRICK  Winter Angel, 21 x 21"

JIM PFEFFER  Slices, 15x 15"

JEAN PORTER  Arriving In Budapest, 22 x 14.25"

FRED RAWLINSON  Riverwood, 41 x 50"

NORIKO REGISTER  Matsuzaki, 15 x 22"

TUVA STEPHENS  Intriguing Tiggy, 27 x 19”

JIM STAGNER  Peacemaker, 13.5 x 22"

LAURIE SZILVAGYI  Remembering Electra, 22 x 28"

MARYANN VALVODA  The Red Carpet, 20 x 14"

MAGGIE VANDEWALLE  Still Life  with Roots, 12 x 18"

SANDRA WASHBURN  Veiled, 30 x 22"

JOHN WILKISON  Ivory, 16 x 14"

EVELYN MARIE WILLIAMS  Freedoms Flight, 20 x 15"

PHYLLIS BURKHART WILSON  Texas, 19 x 9"

 

 

 

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In 1971, the Tennessee Watercolor Society became an organization after two years of meetings and exploratory letters. The Tennessee Watercolorists was the original name given to the group but was later abandoned because of a trend toward designating such organizations as Societies.

When first exploring the possibility of a state organization Mary Britten Lynch, a Chattanooga artist, began by contacting Budd Bishop, director of the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, George Cress, chairman of the University of Chattanooga (later called the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) art department and Kermit “Buck” Ewing, art department head at UT in Knoxville. All were very supportive of a statewide organization and provided lists of potential artist members across the state.The first meeting, held in Nashville at the University Club, included Ms. Lynch as chairman, Anton Weiss, Don Cannichael, Louise LeQuire, Mildred Cantrell, Gordon Holl and Norman Worrell.

Mr. Holl and Mr. Worrell, from the Tennessee Arts Commission, helped the organization get off the ground. Jim Franklin, a Chattanooga architect and exhibiting artist, provided expertise in organizing and writing bylaws. Memphis artist, Jason Williamson accepted the challenge to become the first president with the support of 26 founding members.The First Annual Exhibition was held in 1972 at the Hunter Museum. Ohio artist and author Robert Laessig, AWS, juried the exhibition. Today TNWS is a biennial exhibition organization with a statewide membership of more than 200 artists and supporters.

The Tennessee Watercolor Society (TnWS) was formed in 1971. The purpose of the TnWS is to elevate the stature of watercolor and educate the public to the significance of watercolor as an important, creative, permanent painting medium. The organization purposes are to further the interest of painters in all water media by its programs, competitive exhibits and workshops, encourage the study of water media by art students and others engaged in the medium, as well as supporting all the visual arts.

The Tennessee Watercolor Society is a statewide organization. Membership includes artists who reside in the state of Tennessee. Where cities border the state line, artists who work or reside with the greater metropolitan area, whether in Tennessee or not, will be eligible for membership. We have five geographical/metropolitan regions: Region 1-Memphis, Region II-Nashville, Region III-Chattanooga, Region IV-Knoxville, and Region V-Tri-Cities. This system is in place to pull together our large statewide membership for efficient and inclusive communication and organization. The Biennial Juried Exhibitions rotate around the state through the five regions.

The TnWS sponsors workshops, regional activities, membership shows, and biennial juried exhibitions. The TnWS Exhibitions are strong and well respected competitions, with an abundant award structure that is enhanced each exhibition with new patrons. Artists throughout the state eagerly await the Exhibitions. The last 4 biennieal exhibitions were:   Clarksville - 2006; Knoxville - 2008; Chattanooga - 2010; and Memphis - 2012. The 2014 exhibit will be in Franklin, TN.  All membership shows and juried exhibitions require that the paintings are executed in an aqueous manner, on paper and framed behind glass or Plexiglas.

The Tennessee Watercolor Society is stretching its boundaries; while remaining true to its mission of promoting an appreciation of watercolor and water media, it strives to bring exciting shows having versatility and innovation in both traditional and cutting-edge paintings in water media.

The society is open to artists and patrons, eighteen and older, throughout the state of Tennessee.

To download the ByLaws PDF click HERE

BY-LAWS | As of May 2008

 

ARTICLE I: Name and Purpose

SECTION ONE
The Name of this Corporation is Tennessee Watercolor Society. The address of the principal office or place of business of this Corporation shall be Tennessee Watercolor Society at the address of the current president. The official initials of this corporation are TnWS.

SECTION TWO
As set forth in the Articles of Incorporation, this Corporation was formed to elevate the stature of watercolor as an important, creative, permanent painting medium, and to educate the public to the significance of painters in all water media by its programs and competitive exhibits and shall encourage its study by art students and others engaged in watercolor painting, as well as all visual arts.

ARTICLE II: Membership

SECTION ONE
A member in good standing shall be one who subscribes to the purpose of the Corporation and whose dues are paid up to date.

SECTION TWO
There shall be five classes of membership: Associate, Active, Artist, Patron, and Honorary.

SECTION THREE

  1. Application for Associate membership in the Corporation may be made by artists who have reached the age of eighteen years and who reside in the State of Tennessee. Where cities border the state line, artists who work or reside within the greater metropolitan area, whether in Tennessee or not will be eligible for membership. Current members in good standing who move out of state may continue their membership in the Corporation by continuing to pay dues. Any lapse in dues payment shall result in loss of membership.

  2. All artists in the Corporation shall be known as Associate Members until qualifications for Active or Artist/Signature Members are met.

  3. Active membership in the Corporation may be attained by Associate members whose work has been accepted in a juried membership show of the Corporation.

  4. Artist/Signature membership shall be attained by Active members whose work has been exhibited in three (3) juried competitions of the Corporation.

  5. Patron members need not be watercolor painters; membership may be attained by paying annual Patron membership dues. Patron membership in the Corporation shall be bestowed upon each award donor and such membership shall not be assessed dues. Patron members may attend meetings and receive the newsletter, but are not eligible to vote or hold office.

  6. Honorary memberships in the Corporation shall be proposed by the Board of Directors and nominated to membership for any person who has made a significant contribution to the Corporation and he/she shall not be assessed dues. Honorary members may attend meetings and receive the newsletter, but are not eligible to vote or hold office.

ARTICLE III: Revenue

SECTION ONE
The dues of the Corporation shall be $30.00 per year for Associate, Active, and Artist/Signature members, payable January 1 of each year, or as set by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

SECTION TWO
The dues of this Corporation shall be $50.00 minimum for Patron members, payable January 1 of each year, or as set by the Board of Directors.

SECTION THREE
Dues shall be payable by January 1 of each year. A new member shall pay dues at the time of admission to membership and beginning thereafter on January 1.

SECTION FOUR
Nonpayment of dues by March 1 shall be grounds for termination of membership.

SECTION FIVE
Only fulfilling original membership requirements may attain re-admission to the Corporation.

SECTION SIX
Other revenue may be derived consistent with the exempt purpose of the Corporation.

 

ARTICLE IV :Voting

SECTION ONE
Voting members of the Corporation shall be Associate, Active, and Artist members in good standing. Patron and Honorary members are not eligible to vote.

SECTION TWO
Members must be present to vote at meetings. There shall be no proxy votes cast at meetings.

SECTION THREE
The Board of Directors may call a vote by mail, open to all eligible members of the Corporation.

SECTION FOUR

  1. . A quorum at a general membership meeting shall consist of those voting members present.

  2. . A quorum of a vote by mail shall consist of the number of votes cast.

  3. . A quorum at a Board of Directors meeting shall consist of 50% of the Board of Directors, providing that number shall include all the elected or appointed officers of the Corporation.

 

ARTICLE V: Officers

SECTION ONE
The elected officers of this Corporation shall be members in good standing and shall consist of a president, a vice-president, a secretary, and a treasurer. Any office may be held by the same person up to, but no more than four (4) consecutive years.

SECTION TWO
The President: It shall be the duty of the President to exercise the usual functions of a presiding officer. The President shall be an ex-officio member of all committees except the Nomination Committee. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all meetings and to enforce all laws and regulations relating to the administration of the Corporation. He/She shall call meetings of the Corporation or the Board of Directors as he/she feels necessary, or when requested to do so by the Board of Directors, or upon written request of at least one-fourth of the membership, but no less than three times per year. He/she shall appoint a Corresponding Secretary if deemed necessary. The President shall serve as Chairperson of the Board of Directors.

The Vice President: It shall be the duty of the Vice-President to act as the first assistant to the President in all plans for activities to be presented to the Board of Directors or membership approval. The Vice-President shall, in cooperation with the President, arrange and communicate all programs for the membership. The Vice-President will coordinate “contacts” throughout the State. He/She shall also act in the absence of the President. If for any reason, the President’s office is vacated during the fiscal year, the Vice-President shall perform the duties pertaining to that office. The Vice-President shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

The Secretary: It shall be the duty of the Secretary to record all resolutions and proceedings of meetings, whether of the Corporation or of the Board of Directors. The Secretary shall, under the direction of the President, transact business as requested. The Secretary shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

The Treasurer: It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to have charge of the funds. He/She shall prepare and sign all checks. All monies payable by the Corporation shall be paid by check. All monies received by the Corporation shall be sent to the Treasurer. He/she shall have an up-to-date record of the funds and financial transactions at all times. The Treasurer will maintain an open book policy, and a review of all financial records will be done at the conclusion of the Treasurer’s two year term by a person or persons other than the Treasurer. The Treasurer shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

SECTION THREE

1. The voting members of the Corporation shall elect the Officers at the Biennial Meeting.

a. Election shall be from a list of qualified Associate, Active, or Artist member candidates supplied by the Nominating Committee composed of Members-at-Large and the immediate past President. Nominations may be made from the floor at the Biennial Meeting by any member in good standing, with the consent of the nominee.

b. Except for the Treasurer, the newly elected Officers shall take office during the Biennial Meeting. The Treasurer will assume office October 1 in conjunction with the outgoing Treasurer.

2. A vacancy arising among the Officers of the Corporation may be filled for the remainder of the term by action of the remaining Officers, the President’s office excepted.

 

ARTICLE VI: Directors and Administration

SECTION ONE

  1. Board of Directors shall consist of the Officers, the three immediate past Presidents, the Members-at-Large, and the Committee Chairpersons.

  2. Committees shall be the Membership Committee, Workshop Committee, Exhibition Committee, Historian, Newsletter, By-Laws Committee, and any other committees deemed necessary by the President.

 

SECTION TWO
The Board of Directors shall be the executive and administration body authorized and directed to carry out the purpose of the Corporation in conformity to its Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws. Members shall act only through, and shall be bound by, the proceedings of the Board of Directors.

 

ARTICLE VII: Meetings

SECTION ONE
There shall be an Biennial Business meeting and installation of officers at the Biennial Exhibition opening,

SECTION TWO
Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held at least three times a year or as specified in Article V, Section two.

 

ARTICLE VIII: Exhibits

SECTION ONE
The Corporation shall have a juried exhibit biennially for the membership. All works submitted and exhibited must be original. Paintings copied from commercial or published photographs or other artist’s work will not be exhibited. Other statewide exhibits may be held at the discretion of the Board of Directors. All exhibits approved by the Board of Directors will not preclude the non-juried exhibit that is to be held in the alternate year of the regular juried biennial exhibit.

SECTION TWO
Exhibitions may be cancelled at the discretion of the Board of Directors, when deemed necessary, due to lack of resources or volunteers for said exhibition.

SECTION THREE
The Biennial Exhibition juror shall not be a TnWS member, past or present, and must reside outside of the State of Tennessee. The names of two prospective jurors shall be presented by the Members-at-Large at the Biennial Exhibition meeting. A brief resume of each nominee for juror shall be printed in the Newsletter prior to the meeting. Prospective jurors shall be voted on by ballot and elected by a majority at the Biennial Exhibition meeting two (2) years in advance.

 

ARTICLE IX: Committee Chairpersons

Regional Contacts: The state is divided into five geographic regions. The metropolitan areas associated with each region are: Region I, Memphis/Jackson; Region II, Nashville; Region III, Chattanooga; Region IV, Knoxville and Region V, the Tri City area in east Tennessee. Regional Contacts are appointed by the President to serve as liaison contacts of the geographic regions of the State to stimulate programs which represent the purposes of the Corporation. Regional Contacts should coordinate their program ideas through the Vice President.

Members-At-Large: Are appointed by the President and will serve on the juror selection committee for Biennial Exhibits and shall serve on the nominations committee along with the immediate past president. Members-at-Large shall be members of the Board of Directors.

Membership: It shall be the duty of the Membership Chairperson to receive all membership applications, keep accurate records of membership, and coordinate membership records with the Treasurer. The Membership Chairperson will assume his/her position with the election of officers at the biennial exhibition meeting. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

Workshop: It shall be the duty of the Workshop Chairperson to coordinate all aspects of major workshops. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

Exhibitions: It shall be the duty of the Exhibition Chairperson to make arrangements for the Biennial Juried Exhibition of the Corporation. He/she will be responsible for all details connected with the Exhibition, which may include prospectus, invitations, catalog/postcards, reception, program, banquet, etc. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors. BY-LAWS: It shall be the duty of the By-Laws Chairperson to make recommendations to the President of changes which need to be made in the By-Laws and to give guidance to the President on correct proceedings according to the By-Laws. General parliamentary procedures shall be respected. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

Historian: It shall be the duty of the Historian to gather and compile all present and past history of the Tennessee Watercolor Society. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

Newsletter: It shall be the duty of the Newsletter Chairperson to be responsible for editing, printing and distributing at least two Newsletters annually to the total membership. Information for Newsletters is provided by Officers, Members-At-Large, Committee Chairpersons, and members of the Corporation. He/she shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

2010-2012 – Tuva Stephens / McKenzie

2008-2010 – Mary P. Spellings / Mercer

2006-2008 – Harriet Howell / Rutledge

2002-2006 – Wendy Latimer / Brentwood

2000-2002- Jan Batts / Nashville

1996-2000 – Victoria Lenne / Oak Ridge

1995 – Durinda Cheek / Ringgold, GA

1994 – Sandra Baker-Hinton / Rossville, GA

1993 – Harriet Howell / Knoxville

1992 – Christopher Terry / Knoxville

1991 – B. J. Clark / Knoxville

1990 – Judy Ann Hostetter / Chattanooga

1989 – Leathers Maddux / Nashville

1988 – Pat Hopkins / Oak Ridge

1987 – Edna London / Signal Mountain

1986 – Harriet Chipley / Lookout Mountain

1985 – Anne Powers / Rockwood

1984 – Fran Henley / Rockwood

1983 – Janice Pollard / Nashville

1982 – Betty Robinson / Chattanooga

1981 – Lois Shelburne Wallace / Knoxville

1980 – David Wade / Memphis

1979 – Dot Galloway / Knoxville

1978 – Anton Weiss / Nashville

1977 – Beryl Hawkins / Bristol

1975-1976 – Connie Hendrix / Memphis

1974 – Donald Carmichael / Jackson

1973 – Mary B. Lynch / Lookout Mt., GA

1972 – George Shook / Memphis

1971 – Jason Williamson / Memphis

Region One

Allen, Mary Lawrence
Bailey, Bill
Baker, Eleanor
Barker, Sara W.
Beach, Ann Cobb
Bishop, Peggy S.
Bloom, Joanne
Broadbent, Debbie
Carpenter , Sandra
Condle, Janet
Coop, Kay
Dawson, Elaine Henry
DeWitt, Terry
Eoff, Robert H.
Fitzgerald, Ann
Hacker, Tim
Harrington, Kristine L
Hendrix, Connie
Highers, Charlotte (Charley)
Holman, Berlynne
Hyback, Susan
Lagaly, Kate
Mason, Maxine
McCracken, Laurin
McDaniel, Pamela D.
Melhus, Tina S.
Montgomery, Barbara
Murti, K. Gopal
Parker, Marty
Rawlinson, Fred
Ray, V. Gail
Simpson, Bobbie
Simpson, Shelton C.
Speck, Floyd
Spellings, Mary P.
Stephens, Tuva
Thornton, Brenda
Tyree, Jane
Warner, Ann R.
West, Lee
Wilson, Art


Region Two

Adkins, Sue
Balthrop, Claudia
Batts, Jan
Blackburn, Ann
Borders, Joyce R.
Bowron, Nancy P.
Brisbois, Marilyn S.
Cabler, Jan
Camp, Jacques L.
Cognata, Marty
Cook, Glenna R.
Eberhard, Dianne
Evans, Russ
Foote, Leah
Ford, Elaine
Francis, Pam
Griffin, Filiz
Haynes, Kathleen
Hochstetler, T. Max
Holmes, Ingrid
Irvin, Pamela D.
Johnson, Erin
Kern, Eunice G.
Kolodziejski, Vinci
Langreck, Ralph F.
Latimer, Wendy
Lau, Dorothy (Dottie)
Leeson, Lynne T.
Leonard, Wendy
Littleton, Donna
Livingston, Barbara
Long, Nick
Maney, edie
Marshall, Christine Parachek
McComb, Peach
McCrory, Martha
McDowell, Brenda L.
Moorad, Doug
Neville, Mary Field
O'Kelley, Ellen
Pate, Pam
Pfeffer, James
Priest, Ginna
Puryear, Bill
Register, Noriko M.
Sanford, Elizabeth
Schweikert, Nancie
Sharpe, Patsy
Shull, Helen
Siggelko, Linda
Tyson, Pam
Vantrease, Robert
Wilkison, John

Region Three

Adams, Wendy Oehlert
Aiken, Ann McKenzie
Bagby, Anne
Baker-Hinton, Sandra
Barber, David L.
Boone, Sandy
Bowen, Doris Ferney
Bracey, Jo Ann
Brooks, Helen
Brown, Sandra L.
Burton, Helen
Cheek, Durinda
Chipley, Harriet
Clark, Joan
Cobbe, Mark
Dauer, Courtney
Doubleday, Susan S.
Dulin, Leslie
Farris, Amanda
Fritch, Leroy W.
Garrett, Roxane B.
Godfrey, Emily
Grater, Elizabeth
Graves, Frances
Haas, Marie Spaeder
Hatton, Sherry L.
Henderson, Toneeke Runinwater
Henry, Margaret (Moggie)
Hodges, Randy
Hoffman, Dolores
House, Jane E.
Howe, Robin
Huffstutler, Peggy
Ison, Sue
Jacobs, Beth
Kerlin, Linda
Kind, Mimi Price
Kirkpatrick, Jennie
Klinefelter, Liz
London, Edna
Lynch, Mary Britten
Mayer, Lynne A.
McCullough, Paula
McKay-Seay, Geraldine
McKenney, Louise
McLean, John L.
McNeill, Nora R.
Mitchell, Effton
Nash-Cooper, Sandra E.
Patrick, Pat A.
Ridge, Denton
Roberts, Phyllis L.
Rugina, Linda
Ruocco, Carol
Rutledge, Ann R.
Schoolfield, Jo Anne
Skipper, Virginia
Smith, Betty Jo
Smith, Jimmye Lou
Smith, Rebecca A.
Summers, Sue
Thomas, Anne A.
Vandewalle, Maggie
Voss, Barbara
Washburn, Sandra Paynter
Williams, Evelyn Marie
Williams, Martha W.
Wilson, Michael F.
Zelle, Mary


Region Four

Aken, Mary Ann
Bartholomew-Thomas, Yvonne
Baumgartner, Mary G
Brooke, George W.
Browning, Paula C.
Burnett, Mary C.
Clark, B. J.
Cliff, Connie
Clinard, Lillian
Crews, Bobbie
Eckert, Thomas
Entz, Francie
Even, Genie
Galloway, Dot
Gay, Jane
Harness, Christine S.
Harrington, Chloe A.
Henley, Fran
Hightower, Helen
Howell, Harriet
Lamb, Kay
LaVoie, Judy
McBride, Anne
Miller, Susan B.
Mills, Brenda
Robinson, Max A.
Szilvagyi, Laurie L.
Valvoda, Mary Ann
Voss, Le
Walton, Charlotte J.
Wilkinson, Mary Lee
Yazdi, Kay
Ziegler, Nelson

Region Five

Blevins, Bob
Campbell, Linda S.
Carter, Barbara

Duncan, Angela
Foote, Karen A.
Gotterbarn, Don
Jernigan, Barbara
Neuhaus, Sharon
Reading, Patsy Kelley
Stagner, Jim
Wilson, John N.

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