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We Made It! A Note Of Thanks

A note of thanks for the success of the recent Night Lights fund-drive.

Night Lights made the goal for our 25 Reasons to Give $25 June web drive. By supporting Night Lights and jazz on public radio, you also helped us make a contribution towards closing a fiscal year-end budget gap, and reaffirmed that this music deserves a place on the radio (and Internet) dial.

Thanks to the following contributors:

  • Richard Anderson (Columbus, Indiana)
  • Ahma Lia Bride (Ashland, Oregon)
  • Rolf Dammann (Arlington, Virginia)
  • Marilu Enterline (Middleport, Ohio)
  • William Forbes (Manchester, UK)
  • Phil Ford (Bloomington, IN)
  • Volkher Hofmann (Wörth am Rhein, Germany)
  • Clark Johnson (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • Michael McGerr (Bloomington, Indiana)
  • Brenda McNellen (Bloomington, Indiana)
  • Virginia McNellen (Bloomington, Indiana)
  • Mark Sheldon (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • Philp Spazzapan (North Balwyn State, Australia)
  • Jeanette Thompson (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • Mona and Randy (Charleston, West Virginia)

…and thanks to several other contributors who wished to remain anonymous.

You can support Night Lights any time throughout the year. Thanks again for your contributions, notes, and suggestions… and to everyone: have a fantastic Fourth of July weekend.

With much appreciation and gratitude,


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