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Last winter our collective moved into the historic mansion of a 19th century coal baron with plans to transform it into a stronghold of trans sanctuary, community organizing and radical art.  We’ve been hard at work, and have budgeted for almost everything we need, but there are a few critical projects we can’t afford: Please consider supporting if you can, and either way help us to spread the word!

If you donate, we’d love to send you a personal thank you the old fashioned way, so leave your address if you’d like that <3

With gratitude,

Lupinewood Fundraiser

byGalen Huckins

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Greenfield, MA, United States (US)

Galen Huckins

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SWARM: A benefit compilation

Musicians from across the country came together to create this 22 track compilation in support of Lupinewood!



To build a permanent stronghold of trans sanctuary, community organizing, and radical art.

VISION

A collective of queer and trans artists and organizers living in and stewarding Lupinewood, transforming it into a flexible community resource that can shelter, inspire and embolden the work of folks on the margins, both locally and at large.

THE PLACE

Lupinewood is what’s left of a vast tract of land and structures that once constituted the Peabody Estate: a gorgeous mansion and its secondary buildings, built on colonized Pocumtuc land in 1883 as a robber baron’s summer home. Lupinewood sits at the end of a dead-end road, contiguous with acres of public preservation land riddled with trails and vistas. Ironically, because the house was designed for an elite family and their guests, its high ceilings and large rooms are well suited for the kitchen, bedroom, hosting, workshop, and meeting space needs of a large collective.

THE PEOPLE

Lupinewood is home to, and run by, a collective of queer organizers and artists. The collective is charged with stewarding the building, ensuring its physical and financial stability for the coming decades, and carrying out Lupinewood’s political and social mission. We make decisions by consensus in a weekly all-group meeting, and divide labor into subgroups tasked with organizing and completing work throughout the week. We also care for each other as a chosen family; within a culture that has stigmatized our relationships and identities, we show up for our each other as peers, mentors, partners and primary supports.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

While most of our first-year energy has been going toward stabilizing Lupinewood’s long neglected buildings, the place has organically started to fulfill its mission. There is a constant stream of socially engaged artists and musicians from across the continent passing through, sharing information from other communities, collaborating with each other, and pitching in on house projects. A six-week residency was just completed here, transforming one of our common spaces into an art studio and printshop for the creation of Voices: Indigenous Women on the Frontlines Speak, a book of interviews with 2-Spirit and women water defenders illustrated by copper etchings and screenprints. The backyard has been planted with food and medicine gardens, the latter for use in an emergent low- to no-cost clinic to be run out of Lupinewood. This summer we hosted a community celebration that drew over 200 people, and have begun to host monthly community potlucks. We’ve been providing short-term housing and support for queer folks in crises, and weekly childcare for a community member’s son at Lupinewood, which has given rise to preliminary organizing around a childcare collective for low-income parents in the area. In November, Lupinewood is putting on a party fundraiser to help re-stock the region’s depleted diaper bank. Lupinewood additionally has been host to largely queer and trans networks of activists and artists who come here to recharge before returning to their resistance work elsewhere.

LEGAL STRUCTURE

We’re in the process of putting Lupinewood into a Trust to ensure the permanence of Lupinewood’s mission and make literal the collective’s relationship as stewards, rather than owners, of the buildings and land. In the meantime, the property is being held by a collectively controlled Limited Liability Corporation that was created by our legal team for the sake of successfully closing on the property. A draft version of the Trust’s bylaws and our incorporation documents for the temporary LLC are available upon request.

WHAT WE NEED

When we moved in, Lupinewood was beginning to buckle from a near-decade of disrepair. We inherited a broken heating system, burst pipes, corroded electrical wiring, standing water in the basement, a leaking roof—the list goes on! Luckily, thanks to the mansion’s structural integrity, the old growth support beams and brownstone foundation had withstood all the years of water infiltration and system failures. We spent 6 months doing feasibility research before purchasing, getting second and third opinions from a wide range of contractors and consultants; from there, using quotes from our general contractor, we designed a 5-year repair budget and escrow fund to afford all needed repairs, as well as budgeting for ongoing maintenance.

But to make the building safe and up to code, there are a few one-time projects that fall outside what we can afford, and it’s for these critical projects that we need your help.

DEVELOPMENT TEAM BIOS

We’ve chosen our cast of contractors, lawyers, and consultants carefully, and have assembled a team with immense experience and an understanding for the nuances of our situation and the needs of a historic building such as Lupinewood.

CORE TEAM

  • Architectural: Liv Wyatt & Charles Roberts of Kuhn Riddle Architects
  • General Contractor: Tricia Perham & Stephen Greenwald of Renaissance Builders
  • Legal: Thomas Lesser of Lesser, Newman, Aleo, & Nassar
  • Financial Consultant: Amy Shapiro of the Franklin County Community Development Corporation
  • Fundraising Consultant: Michael Kusak of Take Magazine
  • Energy Consultant: Mark Newey of the Center for EcoTechnology
  • Construction Consultant: Toby Briggs of T. Briggs Carpentry

OTHER CONTRACTORS

  • Insulation: Mark Lantz of Cozy Home Performance
  • Electrical: Chip Martin of EW Martin Electric
  • HVAC: Scott Cernak of M. J. Moran Heating & Cooling
  • Solar electric: Andy Toomajian of Pioneer Valley Photovoltaics
  • Solar thermal: Spartan Giordano of Spartan Solar
  • Roofing: James Flannery of Peak Performance Roofing
  • Structural engineering: Ryan Helwig, P.E

Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers

Lupinewood Fundraiser: Final Week Update from Lupinewood on Vimeo.

ROOF REPLACEMENT


Cost: $30,400
Contractor: Peak Performance Roofing

To stop immediate water damage to the building and keep it dry for the coming decades.

The roof is just now failing, with a half-dozen active leaks that are on the verge of becoming a threat to Lupinewood’s structure. The roof is ancient, and already has two layers of asphalt shingles on it, meaning the whole thing has to be stripped before we can put a new roof on. Additionally, some of the roof decking needs to be repaired where leaks have damaged it. Because of the eyebrow dormers, turret, curved eaves, and other unique architectural features, the project is a technical one, and the roof is especially steep. We’ve received a quote from Peak Performance roofing, a local company with a great reputation and the same price tag as the competition.

See project documentation

DIVIDING FIRE BARRIER


Cost: $51,715.14
Architect: Kuhn Riddle
Builder: Renaissance Builders

To meet fire and building code, and to allow us to live collectively.

Because of the size of Lupinewood’s main building, it needs a firewall installed to divide the building into two separate fire zones. Thankfully, the many chimneys and stone walls provide a good base for such a firewall, but some of the walls and ceilings still need to be opened for its installation, and a new staircase is needed for attic access. The project is a complicated one, and we’ve been working with architects at Kuhn Riddle and folks from Renaissance Builders to design it. The barrier will satisfy Greenfield’s building code, allowing more than 4 people to be living in the main house, and protecting the house from burning to the ground in the case of fire.

See project documentation


CERTIFIED WOOD STOVES


Cost: $6,186

To handle the core heating needs of the house with a renewable energy source.

When we bought Lupinewood there was no heating system to speak of — to stay warm, we installed new chimney liners in four of the flues and bought temporary wood stoves to carry us through. As we move into our second winter, we’re replacing these temporary stoves with safer, more efficient ones that will serve us well for the long term. The wood stoves are an important part of the heating system we designed with guidance from Center for EcoTechnology, using minisplits and solar panels to keep the periphery and closed rooms warm, while two large wood stoves take care of the core heating needs of the building. Using these two systems in conjunction means we have a backup in case of system failures, and that each system can do what it does best.

See project documentation

MINISPLIT HEATING SYSTEM


Cost: $45,800
Builder: M.J. Moran
Electrician: E.W. Martin Electric

To meet building code and stay warm, efficiently and sustainably.

When we first moved in, Lupinewood had a defunct oil burner, broken radiators, and a smattering of cheap electric baseboard heaters. After considering the long-term savings and ecological footprints of various options with Center for EcoTechnology, we’ve settled on using heat pumps — known as “minisplits”— to provide automatic heating to the periphery of the building, while letting the wood stoves do the core heating of the larger central spaces at Lupinewood. The system is modular, meaning that if one unit malfunctions the whole system doesn’t go down, and it will be powered by two 20×20’ solar arrays, keeping its ecological footprint small while flexibly heating a large and architecturally complicated building.

See project documentation

OTHER NEEDED PROJECTS

BEDROOM FIRE EGRESS

 

Cost: $79,323
Designer/Builder: Renaissance Builders

To keep people living or staying at Lupinewood safe in the case of fire.

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To keep current and future residents at Lupinewood safe, there are two bedrooms—one in each of the East and West wings—that need egress windows and other upgrades to meet fire and building code. We’ve teamed up with Renaissance Builders to accomplish this, working to design solutions that will respect the historic nature of the building while re-imagining Lupinewood’s spaces to serve its new mission. After considering various options we have settled on designs for each, which will include the installation of dormers, windows, and doors, as well as some staircase upgrades.

See project documentation

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MAIN HOUSE GUTTERS


Cost: $5,198
Contractor: Mr. Gutter

To keep water away from the foundation and prevent further damage.

When we moved here, Lupinewood had standing water in the basement. Thankfully, the old-growth floor joists resisted the mold that we found them coated in, but water infiltration is a big problem at Lupinewood due to the rocky ledge its foundation rests on. Eventually, we’re going to seal the foundation, but installing gutters is lower-hanging fruit, and will stop 3,000 square feet of water from being dumped at the foundation when it rains.

See project documentation

INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN


Cost: $107,558.73
Builder: Renaissance Builders
Engineer: Ryan Helwig, PE

To prepare food for large groups, and to serve the hosting, political and personal needs of the collective.

The kitchen is the social heart of Lupinewood, and is the space used most intensively in the main house — it’s where we cook for ourselves, each other, our long- and short-term guests, community events, and political actions. However, the space is so tiny that even when the collective isn’t hosting or cooking for others, the cramped kitchen creates literal lines in the morning for stove, sink, and counter space, and cooking for larger groups becomes chaos. To solve the problem, we’ve designed a new kitchen that can accommodate the needs of the collective and our visitors, with the capacity to produce larger quantities of food for outward-facing projects. It was designed in conjunction with Renaissance Builders, and it’s sited at the crossroads of Lupinewood’s public, private, and outdoor spaces such that it can flexibly meet the diverse needs here.

See project documentation

INSULATION ENVELOPE


Cost: $28,000
Contractor: Cozy Home Performance

To make heating Lupinewood more environmentally and economically sustainable.

Lupinewood was built as a summer house, and as such is drafty and leaks heat like a sieve. We’re installing solar panels, a solar hot water system, and plan to put in a minisplit heating system, all of which will work in tandem to heat the space with as little environmental impact as possible. But to hold onto the heat we’re generating, we have to upgrade the limited pre-existing insulation in at least the roof. The attached quote is for doing just that with closed-cell foam insulation, which we landed on by comparing the long-term savings and ecological footprints of various options with the Center for EcoTechnology.

See project documentation


Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers


beyon wren moor is an indigenous multidisciplinary artist, musician and land defender. Her work exposes intergenerational trauma and its roots in colonization and continued state violence towards indigenous people. As a self-trained artist, beyon’s films have been screened internationally, while her illustrations have appeared in magazines, on record covers, and in the streets. Her work has received numerous awards, including the Young Filmmakers Award for Best Short at the Yale Environmental Film Festival and a 2014 Arts Nova Scotia Professional Development Grant. This past summer, she led the first-ever youth art program at the Unist’ot’en camp, an indigenous community successfully blocking the construction of pipelines through their traditional territory. Right now at Lupinewood, she is working on copper etchings and screenprints for a book called Voices: Indigenous Women on the Frontlines Speak, a fully illustrated collection of extensive interviews she conducted with indigenous women and 2-Spirit land defenders at the heart of resistance to colonialism on the west coast.



Noel’le Longhaul is a tattoo artist, fine artist, printmaker and musician. She has become the most visible trans tattoo artist in the world, specializing in tattoos that allow trans people to re-inhabit their bodies after trauma. She earned a B.F.A in Printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design in 2013. Interviews with Noel’le have been featured in Tattrx, Vice/Broadly, and Dazed and Confused, among others, and she has taken guest artist positions at East River Tattoo in Brooklyn, NY, Sang Bleu in London, UK, AKA in Berlin, Germany, and Tenderfoot Studios in Portland, OR, among notable others. She has illustrated a children’s book called The Battle Of Blair Mountain and the companion book for the Slow Holler tarot deck, and contributed illustrations to Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club, Just Seeds, and Dark Mountain. Noel’le has spoken at Hampshire College as a guest lecturer and taught as a visiting artist at Worcester Women’s Prison. Her musical project LOONE, once her solo project and now performed alongside other members of the Lupinewood collective, tours internationally, and just finished recording a debut album as a full band at Lupinewood.



Ruby Alexandra is a musician and visual artist. Her art deals with the history of the persecution of women and “strange folk,” and the magic of embracing what has been deemed monstrous in those identities. Her band Ada has performed alongside acts such as A Silver Mt. Zion, Deerhoof, and Earth; in 2013, the Portland Phoenix awarded Ada as the Best Category-Defining Act. She was a founding member of the Poland Street House, a collective living space that has become an east coast community hub known for its genre-pushing shows. She has years of experience teaching improv, theater, and art to low-income youth, and facilitates audio recording workshops for women and LGBTQ people, attempting to heal the discouragement and disenfranchisement people with those identities often experience in recording spaces. Her musical project LOONE tours internationally, and just finished a debut album at Lupinewood. Ruby is currently focusing on expanding her visual art practice to include tattooing.


 

Alyssa Kai is a writer and performer, whose solo work uses confessional songwriting to invite collective meditation on grief, harm and the body. In 2011, she began touring as a 17 year old with the brass band / community project Speaker for the Dead; since then she has toured extensively with an ever-growing variety of music projects. Alyssa plays the piano, clarinet, drums, bass, and guitar in addition to singing and composing. She graduated with a double major in music theory and technical theater from Oberlin College in 2014. Her critical writing on gender politics and the punk scene has been featured in the Guardian. Last year she released her first solo record, contingency. Her other current projects include Paper Bee (alongside other members of Lupinewood), the political punk band Cutting Room Floor, and the New York-based project Mal Blum & The Blums. She is also in the band LOONE, which tours internationally and just finished a debut album as a full band at Lupinewood.



Nick Berger is a tattooer, visual artist, classically trained vocalist and musician. Their art explores the strength that exists in the the sentimental, the delicate and the often overlooked places. They spent four years touring the country with the band Ramshackle Glory, which generated a large and lasting following; the band’s success allowed them to donate thousands of dollars to social causes through their shows. Nick now fronts the band Paper Bee and are a member of LOONE, which tours internationally and just finished a debut album as a full band at Lupinewood. Nick’s visual art pulls from various folk and craft traditions, specifically looking to challenge the ways that crafts with feminized connotations are often written off as mediums. They run Cold Pine Lace, an online venue where they create custom embroidered portraits, clothing and handpoke tattoos.


 

Aurora Rainer is a painter, beekeeper and apprentice herbalist. Her large-scale, complex paintings depict queer bodies and queer love in the compromised spaces they inhabit; beekeeping, her work with plants and the performance of feminized domestic labor all inform her art practice. She holds a B.F.A. in painting from Montserrat College of Art, where she graduated cum laude in 2008. Aurora’s work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the region, including solo shows at the Blueprint Gallery in Hadley and the Student Union Gallery at UMass, and most recently exhibited at the New Fruit Gallery in Portland ME. Right now at Lupinewood, she is working on a large-scale painting on commission, and an album cover for LOONE’s debut release.




Emi Lynn Holler is a printmaker, bookbinder, and tattooer. Her prints and book art honor and archive the strange beauty of living in nontraditional ways. In 2013 Emi interned as a printmaking assistant for Pace Editions in New York; in 2014 she worked as artist assistant to nationally recognized interdisciplinary artist April Flanders, whose work focuses on the impact of invasive plant species in Emi’s home state of North Carolina. Emi attained her B.F.A. from Appalachian State University in 2015. She has extensively taught classes and workshops on printmaking, including lithography, etching, relief, and bookbinding; at Lupinewood she has set up a handmade printing press and has begun teaching others how to use it for their own projects. Emi is now a sought-after tattooer with her own local practice and has tattooed as a guest artist in numerous shops, most recently in New York’s Welcome Home Studio.


Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers

Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers

This is an acknowledgement of the land where Lupinewood is built, the Indigenous territories on which we are uninvited and by which we are surrounded. This is also an acknowledgment of the ongoing resistance to colonial violence on those lands.

“Lupinewood” describes a building and a collective; however, this place and this land are not Lupinewood, this is not greenfield, it is not new england or the commonwealth, it is not the united states, and this place is not america. This is Pocumtuck. To the south is Nonotuck, Agawam, and Woronoco, to the North is Sokoki, and everywhere in every direction is native land.

We are uninvited in a place that has always been and will always be Pocumtuck. While acknowledging this fact, we acknowledge that this land has been and is being stolen through a process of settler colonization and erasure of those Indigenous to this place — a process that has been resisted for 500 years, and is being resisted today.

Everywhere we go, we stand on sites of unimaginable violence and cruelty. Yet we are unable to collectively and adequately acknowledge this, because white writers and historians exclude their people as perpetrators, systematically reworking history to provide comfort for white audiences.

Everywhere we go, we stand on sites of incredible resistance where Indigenous peoples gave and still give everything — including their lives — to protect their medicines, their languages, their homes, their families. Through Lupinewood we attempt to work against the colonialism and genocide of america by providing a base from which to support frontline work across the continent.

Each and every one of us here on Turtle Island are a product of colonialism and genocide. Every aspect of our lives is impacted by these ongoing processes, whether we’ve survived generations of violence, are its beneficiaries, or both. Not all of us are settlers in the same way. Some people, such as those of African descent, were enslaved and forced to come to these lands. Some of us had lines drawn around us that named us illegal or foreign. Some of us fled the violence of colonialism on our own lands.

This struggle against colonialism will and must look different depending on who we are and the intersections of violence that impact us. Settler peoples must address the ongoing theft of land, massacres taking the form of missing and murdered women, mercury poison, and suicides, the erasure of history, and the continuation of colonial institutions, borders, and laws that benefit many of us. It is the responsibility of all of us — especially white people — who are living on stolen lands to educate ourselves, educate others, provide resources for Indigenous communities and resistors, and take actions that unsettle colonization. Are we uninvited guests or invaders? That depends on whether we fulfill the responsibilities and protocols of being guests to the peoples whose land we are on right now.

 

Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers

FIERCE

FIERCE is a membership-based organization building the leadership and power of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth of color in New York City.

TWOCC

Trans Women of Color Collective (TWOCC) is a national organizing collective led by trans women of color created to uplift the narratives, leadership, and lived experiences of trans and gender non conforming people of color.  Historically, we have been the catalyst of change for social justice movements.  TWOCC works to empower our community and comrades to create and sustain revolutionary change!

SIM

SIM is a MA-based statewide immigrant youth-led organization. We fight for the liberation of the undocumented community through the development of a network of immigrant youth organizers in high-density immigrant communities. We organize youth, ages 13-30, and provide political education, leadership training, protection, guidance, mentorship, and safe healing spaces.

QUIP

The Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project (QUIP), a program of United We Dream seeks to organize and empower Undocumented Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer immigrants, LGBTQ immigrants and allies to address social and systemic barriers that affect themselves and the broader LGBTQ & immigrant community.

QUIP’s vision is to transform the immigrant and LGBTQ movements, to adopt an intersectional analysis in their efforts to advance and build power for the rights of both communities. Through QUIP’s work we hope to shift the consciousness and public opinion of immigrants and LGBTQ communities that result in collaboration and embracement towards each other.

Out Now

The only queer youth organization in Springfield Massachusetts, Out Now provides a safe space for queer youth and allies to learn about themselves, develop leadership skills, explore the history of the LGBTQ movement, and much, much more.

Fundraiser Gifts

$100 - $249
A hand-printed and signed edition of Noel'le Longhaul's "thank you" piece.
135 backers
$250 - $499
A numbered and archival-quality giclée print of beyon wren moore's stunningly detailed 15x20" piece "Dandelion"!
19 backers
1 rewards left
$500 - $799
An original, hand forged nail from the mansion, found and saved during construction projects!
12 backers
33 rewards left
$800 - $2,999
Follow members of the collective through a virtual tour of Lupinewood!
9 backers
$3,000 or more
Come for an intimate dinner at Lupinewood with members of the collective, and a menu designed and realized by our resident chefs!
1 backers
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Quillon Swane $500 December 04, 2017
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Elena Eames $26 December 04, 2017
Noah Brossman $11 December 04, 2017
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Anonymous $50 December 03, 2017
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Kelsey Miller $11 December 03, 2017
Tierney atkinson $52 December 03, 2017
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Gage Martin $52 December 03, 2017
Cassandra Sparks $100 December 03, 2017
John Elliott-Higgins $26 December 03, 2017
Ryann Slauson $10 December 03, 2017
Leah Arnold $26 December 03, 2017
Elizabeth Donald $50 December 03, 2017
Elise Weeks $26 December 03, 2017
Morgan Witherell $11 December 03, 2017
Anonymous $21 December 03, 2017
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penina gal $11 December 03, 2017
jamie theophilos $16 December 03, 2017
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August Dalrymple $60 December 03, 2017
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Christianna Wincek $52 December 03, 2017
Neil A Young $31 December 03, 2017
David Weisberg $103 December 03, 2017
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Angela DeVivo $16 December 03, 2017
Steven Ketchum $52 December 03, 2017
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Jan Maher $25 December 03, 2017
New Fruit $206 December 03, 2017
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Amelia Covington $10 December 02, 2017
Nicholas Kuvach $20 December 02, 2017
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Bryce Gold $148 December 02, 2017
Anonymous $21 December 02, 2017
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De Hoglund $20 December 01, 2017
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Collier Modell $100 December 01, 2017
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Meghan Minior $20 December 01, 2017
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Molly Boisseau $100 November 30, 2017
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Julia Read $40 November 30, 2017
Anonymous $250 November 30, 2017
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Anonymous $5 November 30, 2017
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Saraphina Masters $20 November 30, 2017
Kathleen Scacciaferro $100 November 30, 2017
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Matthew Williams $52 November 29, 2017
Emma Buck $25 November 29, 2017
Mason Sacco $21 November 29, 2017
Emily Bodnar $41 November 29, 2017
Anonymous $37 November 29, 2017
Tracy Hinds $100 November 29, 2017
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Rachel Koh $52 November 29, 2017
Maximiliano Quezada $15 November 29, 2017
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Leah Velleman $50 November 29, 2017
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Nicolette Lim $21 November 28, 2017
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Sydney White $50 November 28, 2017
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Arielle Coupe $1,300 November 25, 2017
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Emsi Whitney $5 November 25, 2017
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Nick Wright $4 November 25, 2017
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Jonas Dubin-Bresnikar $52 November 24, 2017
Vincent Biggs $258 November 24, 2017
Kaylee Knowles $155 November 24, 2017
Anonymous $52 November 24, 2017
Emily Parrish $52 November 23, 2017
Anonymous $5 November 22, 2017
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Anonymous $20 November 21, 2017
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Patience Tema Baron $100 November 20, 2017
Anonymous $100 November 19, 2017
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Myrsky Turunen $100 November 19, 2017
Jesse Eichler $5 November 19, 2017
Havely Carsky $21 November 18, 2017
Martina Tylerpell $52 November 18, 2017
Edward Kaplan $16 November 18, 2017
Emily Merel $100 November 18, 2017
Cole McCormick $30 November 18, 2017
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Alison Hayward $103 November 16, 2017
Tina Ringenson $83 November 16, 2017
Sarah Hauglie $52 November 16, 2017
Martin Maloney $75 November 16, 2017
Anonymous $200 November 15, 2017
Collier Modell $52 November 14, 2017
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Caroline Donovan $20 November 14, 2017
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Jodie Bjarnason $50 November 14, 2017
Anonymous $20 November 14, 2017
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Christian Koch $100 November 13, 2017
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Angie Swiggum $16 November 13, 2017
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chung hyun kim $100 November 13, 2017
andre Bourque $100 November 13, 2017
Paul DeRuvo $41 November 12, 2017
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Erika Mayer $21 November 11, 2017
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Marisol Jimenez $52 November 11, 2017
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Sarah Noble-Dziura $21 November 11, 2017
Adrienne Hill $10 November 10, 2017
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Jesse Narens $300 November 10, 2017
Anonymous $515 November 10, 2017
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Rachel Fiske $25 November 10, 2017
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Siena Oristaglio $20 November 09, 2017
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Luke Meyer $103 November 09, 2017
Camille Brown $5 November 09, 2017
Anonymous $21 November 09, 2017
Anonymous $0 November 08, 2017
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Scott Shields $206 November 08, 2017
Irene Smail $26 November 08, 2017
George Myers $26 November 08, 2017
Linda McInerney $100 November 08, 2017
Ellis Locke $31 November 08, 2017
Anonymous $16 November 08, 2017
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Kaylee Drinville $0 November 08, 2017
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Faythe Levine $100 November 08, 2017
Claire Steen $10 November 08, 2017
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Anonymous $21 November 08, 2017
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Nick Rocci $16 November 07, 2017
Jesse Saler $100 November 07, 2017
Ashley Rupik $80 November 07, 2017
Jennifer Ford $10 November 07, 2017
Erica Sutherland $15 November 07, 2017
Sarah Royal $26 November 07, 2017
Diana Pedrosa $103 November 07, 2017
Molly Lynch $52 November 07, 2017
bean Yogi $20 November 07, 2017
Francesca Anzola $50 November 07, 2017
Kelly Storck $16 November 07, 2017
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Anonymous $52 November 06, 2017
Cara Board $52 November 06, 2017
Anonymous $50 November 06, 2017
Phoebe DeGroot $100 November 06, 2017
Anonymous $309 November 06, 2017
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Maia Blendermann $26 November 06, 2017
Luna María Oak $30 November 06, 2017
Marlene Kienberger $25 November 06, 2017
Perry Peterson $26 November 06, 2017
Anonymous $52 November 06, 2017
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Emma Youcha $108 November 06, 2017
Noelle Dubay $206 November 06, 2017
Anonymous $20 November 06, 2017
Ange DiBenedetto $100 November 06, 2017
Margherita Ferrari $10 November 06, 2017
Vern Rose $26 November 06, 2017
Mark Bouchard $20 November 06, 2017
Chelsie Moffatt $11 November 06, 2017
Ruth Roudiez $10 November 06, 2017
Martha Luitje $20 November 06, 2017
Anonymous $50 November 06, 2017
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Rachel Gollay $26 November 06, 2017
Nicholas S Levine $103 November 06, 2017
Miles Scott $300 November 06, 2017
Kathryn DeCarlo $100 November 05, 2017
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Grace Glasson $25 November 05, 2017
Alexa Gabriel $47 November 05, 2017
David Pudlo $41 November 05, 2017
Jennifer Ward $103 November 05, 2017
Andrew Irby $309 November 05, 2017
Katelyn Whitin $31 November 05, 2017
Celia Calder $31 November 05, 2017
Lea M Smith $50 November 05, 2017
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Sara Hames $103 November 05, 2017
Mckenzie Joslin-snyder $31 November 05, 2017
Rory Svekric $1,029 November 05, 2017
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Daniel Regev $21 November 05, 2017
Ciara Prithipaul $200 November 05, 2017
Rachel Greene $52 November 05, 2017
Anonymous $10 November 05, 2017
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Isabel Masteika $50 November 05, 2017
Edgar Bolivar $11 November 05, 2017
Jesse Domingos $21 November 05, 2017
Anonymous $1,029 November 05, 2017
Jamie Capach $10 November 04, 2017
Anonymous $5 November 04, 2017
Jacob Mates $26 November 04, 2017
Kelli Kikcio $100 November 04, 2017
Max Bittker $21 November 04, 2017
Marissa Falanga $100 November 04, 2017
Margie Anich $26 November 04, 2017
Julianne Jones $15 November 04, 2017
Rachel Camargo $200 November 04, 2017
Nina Kornstein $200 November 04, 2017
Samantha Chaplin $52 November 04, 2017
Micah Barritt $21 November 04, 2017
Nora Berson $52 November 04, 2017
Sara Smith $11 November 04, 2017
Maura Kilcommons $52 November 04, 2017
Kevin Eddings $25 November 04, 2017
Marisa Melideo $16 November 04, 2017
Anonymous $250 November 04, 2017
Stella Vlad $103 November 04, 2017
Cynthia Newcomer $31 November 04, 2017
Beverly Heinze-Lacey $52 November 04, 2017
John Lippmann $103 November 04, 2017
David Nielsen $26 November 04, 2017
Michaela Schwartz $16 November 04, 2017
Rebecca Speisman $52 November 04, 2017
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Jena Duncan $20 November 03, 2017
Joanne Hill $11 November 03, 2017
Jayme Winell $100 November 03, 2017
Emma Silverman $21 November 03, 2017
Dana Gary $25 November 03, 2017
Anya Backlund $103 November 03, 2017
Gaby Sklar $10 November 03, 2017
Micaela Slotin $25 November 03, 2017
Brittany Scheffler $52 November 03, 2017
Naomi Bell $50 November 03, 2017
Christina Milbourne $20 November 03, 2017
Rosa Guerra $31 November 03, 2017
Brooke Bull $1,029 November 03, 2017
Barry Scott $103 November 03, 2017
Benjamin Potrykus $26 November 03, 2017
Katherine Wolf $52 November 03, 2017
Allyson Batchelder $50 November 03, 2017
Anonymous $103 November 03, 2017
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Adam Foldi $16 November 03, 2017
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Hila Granger $25 November 03, 2017
Lou Leelyn $100 November 03, 2017
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Rowan Magee $11 November 03, 2017
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Andrea Chesnes $26 November 03, 2017
Charlotte Kelly $5 November 03, 2017
Anonymous $1 November 03, 2017
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Madeline Dye $5 November 03, 2017
Kate Rhoades $20 November 03, 2017
Laura MacKay $21 November 03, 2017
Sylvia Gorgon $100 November 03, 2017
Sylvia Gorgon $0 November 03, 2017
Sydney White $10 November 03, 2017
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Lee Lacey $11 November 02, 2017
Michael Becker $21 November 02, 2017
Lindsay Baer $20 November 02, 2017
Jeffrey kUHN $11 November 02, 2017
Jett Bullock $21 November 02, 2017
Anonymous $52 November 02, 2017
Misha Moon $100 November 02, 2017
Tama Ward $50 November 02, 2017
Jessie Taylor $25 November 02, 2017
Anonymous $5 November 02, 2017

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