Ein herzliches Dankeschön für ihre Spenden im Rahmen der Annual-Giving-Kampagne 2017/18 geht an die folgenden Familien: Aagaard-Kummer – Acker-Gellerich - Adams-Goggin – Adcox-Specht - Adrieyenko-Keda – Alston - Armanyos-Owen - Arvand-Velasco - Beck-Cho – Beckmann – Benson - Berg - Black-Rosenblum - Boghardt-Plotkin - Boniface-Dietrich – Brachmann-Dehdasti (2) – Buckley-Kruckenberg - Busnel-Vorpahl (2) - Cakir - Campeanu - Castelo-Gonzalez - Choi-Claus – Cropsey - Conway-Rehding Cunliffe-Galil – Dang-Kroemer - Dean – Deringer – Deschler - Devoyans – Dine - Djumena-Ramirez - Douglass – Dubrey - Edenhofer-Hein- Everett – Fiess (2)– Gilder – Gimbel – Gonzalez – Gordon - Green - Gröschel – Haag - Hake-Rodriguez – Hall – Hanson - Hamann – Hanada (2) – Hartmann – Hebous - Heininger – Hernandez – Herrera - Hildebrand – Hirn - Hitaj – Horn - Hubrich-Karlsson – Hutter - Illig - Jessen-Klingenberg (2) - Jia-Smith - Kaltenstadler – Klick – Kneiske - Kohlmeyer-Zeitoun – Kemper (2) - Kopp - Kopp-Wilson (4)– Kotzur - Kuhlen – Lau – Lampkin-Srebric - Lanz - Lehmann-Scholl – Lairo - Levin – Lieb – Liles(2) – Linnenbrink - Lopez-Vermehren – Lorraine-Zegarra - Macnamara - Mantl-Rihai-Pour - Mahious – Mayer-Nicolai - Melters-Ordonez – Mickler - Miranda-Silva – Molineus - Müller - Nakamizu-Wiesen – Nagy (2) – Narayanan – Neal - Nighbert – Nix - O’Donnell – O’Neill - Paine – Palenzatis-Parker - Peter-Velasquez - Peuker-Pham - Propst – Plörer - Ramirez De Arellano – Reichelt – Reinecke -Riedmueller-Smith - Wichmann – Rodrigues – Rolph - Rother - Sanio (2) – Sarmiento - Schmidt - Sedlmayer – Sheldon - Staak-Stein - Stocker – Tack - Tawil, Dagmar – Tawil, Philip – Thiemeyer - Tischer - Tschida-Spiers - Twinn – Uhas - Vorwerk – Veldhues - Wagner - Weiler – Wezel - Wille-Reece – Williams - Wood – Ziegler- Berghausen and: Book a Smile ;) (4) & Anonymous & Sprinkles Potomac -- We thank the following families for donating to our 2017/18 ANNUAL GIVING campaign: Aagaard-Kummer – Acker-Gellerich - Adams-Goggin – Adcox-Specht - Adrieyenko-Keda – Alston - Armanyos-Owen - Arvand-Velasco - Beck-Cho – Beckmann – Benson - Berg - Black-Rosenblum - Boghardt-Plotkin - Boniface-Dietrich – Brachmann-Dehdasti (2) – Buckley-Kruckenberg - Busnel-Vorpahl (2) - Cakir - Campeanu - Castelo-Gonzalez - Choi-Claus – Cropsey - Conway-Rehding Cunliffe-Galil – Dang-Kroemer - Dean – Deringer – Deschler - Devoyans – Dine - Djumena-Ramirez - Douglass – Dubrey - Edenhofer-Hein- Everett – Fiess (2)– Gilder – Gimbel – Gonzalez – Gordon - Green - Gröschel – Haag - Hake-Rodriguez – Hall – Hanson - Hamann – Hanada (2) – Hartmann – Hebous - Heininger – Hernandez - Herrera - Hildebrand – Hirn - Hitaj – Horn - Hubrich-Karlsson – Hutter - Illig - Jessen-Klingenberg (2) - Jia-Smith - Kaltenstadler – Klick – Kneiske - Kohlmeyer-Zeitoun – Kemper (2) - Kopp - Kopp-Wilson (4)– Kotzur - Kuhlen – Lau – Lampkin-Srebric - Lanz - Lehmann-Scholl – Lairo - Levin – Lieb – Liles(2) – Linnenbrink - Lopez-Vermehren – Lorraine-Zegarra - Macnamara - Mantl-Rihai-Pour - Mahious – Mayer-Nicolai - Melters-Ordonez – Mickler - Miranda-Silva – Molineus - Müller - Nakamizu-Wiesen – Nagy (2) – Narayanan – Neal - Nighbert – Nix - O’Donnell – O’Neill - Paine – Palenzatis-Parker - Peter-Velasquez - Peuker-Pham - Propst – Plörer - Ramirez De Arellano – Reichelt – Reinecke -Riedmueller-Smith - Wichmann – Rodrigues – Rolph - Rother - Sanio (2) – Sarmiento - Schmidt - Sedlmayer – Sheldon - Staak-Stein - Stocker – Tack - Tawil, Dagmar – Tawil, Philip – Thiemeyer - Tischer - Tschida-Spiers - Twinn – Uhas - Vorwerk – Veldhues - Wagner - Weiler – Wezel - Wille-Reece – Williams - Wood – Ziegler- Berghausen and: Book a Smile ;) (4) & Anonymous & Sprinkles Potomac

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