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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

16 DC SCORES stories to celebrate 2016

2016. What a year for DC SCORES.

While much uncertainty and negativity ensnared the world, our country, and our city this past year, DC SCORES continued to thrive and stay mission-driven. We grew — again — to serve 2,200 low-income DC kids this fall. We completed the first year of a groundbreaking partnership with Major League Soccer's D.C. United, which led to increased visibility around the city and the chance to showcase our program in even more places. We strengthened relationships with city government officials, becoming somewhat of a mainstay at the Wilson Building. OK, we'll stop now and just get to the highlights!

This is never an easy task, but below in link, photo and video form (and chronological order) are our Top 16 from 2016. Please help us continue to grow — our waiting list stands at 20-plus schools! — and serve more DC kids with a tax-deductible donation before the ball drops Dec. 31

Thank you!


No. 16 — The first-ever Winter Sports Day

Last year, Winter SCORES reached a new level. In addition to daily nutrition education programming at eight schools and soccer clinics, we held the first Winter Sports Day. In partnership with the Qatari Embassy and Qatar Foundation International, more than 150 kids traveled to the Total Soccer Arena in Maryland for an afternoon of soccer games and learning about Qatari culture.


No. 15 — Nando's supports DC SCORES
What a day Feb. 27 was. In the morning, we got ready for the spring season with our Coach Kickoff training. Then everyone headed to the Nando's Peri for its grand opening supporting DC SCORES. Thanks to our partnership with D.C. United, a portion of proceeds from the restaurant's opening went directly to DC kids. Also, several D.C. United players came to eat and meet SCORES staff. And alumnus Christian, an aspiring cook, got a chance to help out in the kitchen.


No. 14 — Largest alumni tournament yet

Seventeen teams. More than 150 kids. Under cooperating skies, the 6th Annual Alumni Tournament sponsored by District Sports at Tubman Elementary School was a huge success as high school kids from across the city came together during spring break for an afternoon of soccer games, reuniting with friends and teammates of the past, and more.


No. 13 — Under the bright lights in New York City

For M'kya S., the poetry aspect of DC SCORES allowed the 10-year-old to express her feelings about violence in her neighborhood. M'kya excelled at the 2015 Poetry Slam! and was selected to represent her school, city, and DC SCORES at the America SCORES Poetry Slam! in NYC. M'kya met other kids from across the country and excelled on stage in front of a capacity audience.

BLOGS: Parts I, II, III and trip journal

No. 12 — DC SCORES on Telemundo

2016 was a great year for DC SCORES on TV and in newspapers. Not only was SCORES highlighted in The Washington Post twice, on ABC twice, and on CBS and NBC, but in May Telemundo featured the program — specifically bilingual Bancroft Elementary School — in a powerful segment.


No. 11 — Jamboree! continues to grow

Every year, it gets bigger. That was again the case in June as the 21st Jamboree!, DC SCORES' largest event at Anacostia Park, featured 2,000 kids playing soccer and engaging in other activities during a fun six hours. The event wouldn't have been possible without 150-plus volunteers and multiple partner organizations.


No. 10 — Speaking of big, how about that SCORES Cup? 

What makes holding such a large Jamboree! possible, not to mention the continuing growth of our program? Well, expanding our largest annual fundraiser helps! The 14th DC SCORES Cup did just that. The one-day tournament for companies on June 25 featured 500 DC-area professionals representing 32 teams and raised an event-record $140,000 directly benefiting DC kids.

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No. 9 — Welcoming many new staff

Serving more kids means hiring more staff to make it feasible, and 2016 was a banner year for bringing on new members to our team. In April, we added Duha Elmardi, an Atlas Corps fellow from Sudan. In July, we brought on Tony Francavilla to head up individual giving and Chloe Doto to lead community engagement. And a month later, we added four service-year members to our program team. The result? DC SCORES' largest internal team ever committed to changing DC kids' lives.

No. 8 — Mark "Popsie" Lewis wins Community MVP

Speaking of staff, we officially added Mark "Popsie" Lewis in 2016 to run our alumni program for high school students — something he's been doing unofficially for many soccer seasons. Popsie has coached DC SCORES teams from elementary school through high school for a decade, and in June he was named the D.C. United MLS Works Community MVP for his commitment. Popsie's award won a cash prize for DC SCORES and a trip for him to San Jose, Calif., to represent at the MLS All-Star Game.


No. 7 — Edwin goes to Princeton

Each summer, we watch with pride as DC SCORES alumni head off to higher education. For many, they are first-generation college students. The majority have overcome myriad obstacles societal and economic to take the big step. Such was the case for Edwin, who swam across the Rio Grande at age 9 to come to America, learned English with help from DC SCORES, and blossomed into a leader under coach Popsie. Edwin's story was on the front page of The Washington Post in April, and he earned a full scholarship to attend Princeton.


No. 6 — Leron wins Mayor's Arts Award

In September, poet-athlete Leron B. of Imagine Hope Community Charter School won the Outstanding Student Award at the 31st Mayor's Arts Awards. In front of a capacity audience of DC's most distinguished artists and advocates at the historic Lincoln Theatre, Leron performed and then graciously accepted the award.


No. 5 — DC SCORES debuts City Soccer League

In October, we debuted a third soccer league. Those familiar with DC SCORES know that elementary schools have "Game Day" on Thursdays followed by middle schools on Fridays. Thanks to adding several recreation center sites to programming as a result of our partnership with D.C. United, this past fall we began the City Soccer League (CSL) on Wednesdays. Program Manager Chris Hudler masterfully organized the league for all our recreation sites, making Game Day a three-times-a-week occurrence!


No. 4 — Fall Frenzy brings nonstop activity for kids

The kids kept coming. And so did the volunteers. On Oct. 22, Trinity Washington University's athletic fields were swarmed with a mass of elementary school children wearing different colored T-shirts. And 175 volunteers in yellow shirts. The fall outdoor celebration featured soccer games, relay races, dodgeball, D.C. United autographs, poetry writing, dancing, health and wellness education, hill rolling, and much more. And it ran incredibly smoothly thanks to such a large volunteer turnout.


No. 3 — A Poetry Slam! full of inspiration

No event showcases the impact of DC SCORES better than the Poetry Slam!, and 2016 in particular illustrated this. During the two-day showcase, students representing 40 schools took the stage in front of capacity audiences to spill out their feelings about their lives, the world around them, their country, their dreams, their anxieties, and their fears.

BLOGS: Westside, Eastside
PHOTOS: Westside, Eastside

No. 2 — Capital Cup shows strength of SCORES communities 

The fall 2016 DC SCORES season concluded under the lights at Cardozo Education Campus during a pair of middle school championship soccer games that illustrated the progress teams make during our 12-week season. The games also showed how SCORES brings communities together and strengthens them. The Truesdell Education Campus boys cheered heartily from the stands as the girls team completed an improbable comeback. And Raymond Education Campus' boys won their second consecutive Capital Cup thanks to tremendous teamwork and the support of a large contingent of parents and community members.


No. 1 — Zakayah and Mashir shine on live TV

Zakayah, 8, of Burrville Elementary School and Mashir, 10, of Imagine Hope helped close out the year in style by performing their Poetry Slam! poems live on NBC — looking like naturals in front of the brightest of lights. After their performances on the midday news, NBC's anchor gave them a hug — thanking the poet-athletes for the inspiration.



And that, really, is how one could sum up DC SCORES in 2016. From the soccer field. To the poetry classroom. To in front of the cameras. To New York. And back. To Princeton. And to many other places throughout this great city, SCORES kids, coaches and staff inspired, demonstrating that the program is as strong as ever and will continue to grow.

Here's to more of the same in 2017. Please give HERE to help us sustain and grow!

Monday, December 26, 2016

Volunteer spotlight: Joshua McGee, Advisory Council all-star

DC SCORES has more than 500 volunteers who help make our program possible for 2,200 low-income DC kids. From assistant coaching, to tackling our big events, to providing expert services and advice, to folding newsletters in our office, to reffing weekly soccer games, to taking photos and videos, and much more, our volunteers make a difference in many ways and with varying schedules.

Today we highlight a volunteer, Joshua McGee, who does a little bit of everything for DC SCORES. As a member of our Advisory Council (interested? email Tony Francavilla), Joshua helps plan fundraising events, develops new strategies to attract donors and build out current methods, is very active on social media, and much more. Joshua is also a regular at our large program events, lending a hand wherever it's needed. But enough from us. Hear from Joshua below about his volunteering experience with DC SCORES and get to know him a bit.


What is your day job?
I am a government IT auditor and consultant.

How did you first get involved with DC SCORES?
I first heard of DC SCORES through staff member Libby Watkins. My first volunteer event was Fall Frenzy in 2014, then Jamboree! that spring. After those, I started going to the Poetry Slams.

Can you name some of the ways that you are involved with DC SCORES?
I am a member of the Advisory Council, which helps continue the development of DC SCORES through fundraising. I have worked with DC SCORES to develop a strategy for a Salesforce (CRM database), I volunteer at DC SCORES’ special events, and am the coach/cheering section for the DC SCORES (staff) Saturday soccer team.
Joshua (left) at a DC SCORES fundraiser. 
Can you explain more about the Advisory Council?
The Advisory Council is a group of volunteers and community members who are very invested in the success of DC SCORES. We help with fundraising efforts and increase connections in the community. This involves reaching out to our personal and professional networks for fundraising and facilitating relationships for special events.

What is the League of Champions (LOC) and what does belonging to the LOC mean to you?
The LOC is a level of giving support for DC SCORES that requires a donation of (at least) $1,000 each year for five years. After being involved for a short period of time, I immediately recognized the huge benefit of DC SCORES not just for the kids, but for the schools, communities and coaches. I believe in the mission of developing people through teams and teamwork, so giving was simply a no-brainer for me. It is one of many ways for me to support DC SCORES, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

How has your time with DC SCORES impacted you?
There is a common tendency for young professionals who move to DC to live in a bubble of 20-somethings and to only hang out in certain places, which limits our worldview. DC SCORES has helped me expand my point of view and recognize not only my privilege, but also the need that is out there in our city. With DC SCORES, I am able to provide others with the opportunities that I had growing up as a kid. I am able to help DC SCORES lift up people who have so much value to be the best that they can be, and DC SCORES allows me to see my place in it all.

Joshua watches a D.C. United game with some of his DC SCORES friends. 
Can you share a favorite memory?
Every Poetry Slam!. This most recent West Side Poetry Slam was especially awesome due to the political environment and everything we had going into it. Everyone gave their two cents that week, so it was really powerful to hear the perspective of the poet-athletes at DC SCORES. It really put things in perspective for me and reaffirmed what we as a country need to do for the next four years. It also gave me a lot of hope for the next generation to see them so politically active and aware. All Poetry Slams are impactful, and it was great to see that happen again this year.

What motivates you to volunteer? To give?
The poet-athletes.

What do you do in your free time?
I hang out with DC SCORES staff, really enjoy hiking, and traveling. I like listening to lots of music and going to good concerts.

What is your New Year's resolution?
Be healthier, eat smarter, and doing more leisure reading. I read too much with a purpose, so much news.

What is your karaoke go-to?
Piano Man by Billy Joel

Monday, December 19, 2016

DC SCORES covers DC: Hearst Recreation Center, Ward 3


As DC SCORES has grown over the past several years -- from 20 schools, to adding middle schools in 2006, to 27 schools, then 42, and now to 60 sites, including several recreation centers that make up the first-ever DC City Soccer League -- we've expanded our reach across Washington, DC. And now we serve 2,200 kids in neighborhoods throughout the entire city -- meaning all eight wards. This fall, we'll bring to you a highlight program in each ward.

In Ward 3, Hearst Recreation Center is the sole DC SCORES site. Because the site is a recreation center and not a school, their programming only includes soccer.

On a typical day of DC SCORES soccer practice, Coach Alex Oshinsky comes down to the field to see his students already having a snack and ready to go. To start off practice, they'll play games such as sharks and minnows, keep away, and steal the bacon.

"You want to keep the kids moving," Alex said. "Instead of running a warm-up where the kids are standing and stretching, I'll run a dynamic warm-up."

He's found that the kids are more than happy to play these games. "They seem to take to the games a little bit more than just standing in a circle," he said.

Practice then continues for about an hour, concluding with a scrimmage. It was evident that the students were more than happy to be there. They love soccer, their team, and their coach! Keep up the good work, Hearst!

Heart Recreation Center

Hearst Rec FUN FACTS
Year DC SCORES started: 2016
Ward: 3
Uniform color: Blue
Coaches: Soccer -- Alex Oshinsky

"The relationship I have with the students is great! I show up and they are excited. DC SCORES is a good program." - soccer coach Alex Oshinsky

"I like playing for Hearst Rec because it gives me more chances to become a better soccer player." -Max on improving his soccer skills with DC SCORES

"I really like DC SCORES because I'm with people from my school. I wasn't with my friends at my old soccer team. It's nice for kids to feel special and be with their friends! I'm really happy to switch to DC SCORES." - Innea K.

Monday, December 12, 2016

DC SCORES covers DC: KIPP AIM, Ward 8


As DC SCORES has grown over the past several years -- from 20 schools, to adding middle schools in 2006, to 27 schools, then 42, and now to 60 sites, including several recreation centers that make up the first-ever DC City Soccer League -- we've expanded our reach across Washington, DC. And now we serve 2,200 kids in neighborhoods throughout the entire city -- meaning all eight wards. This fall, we'll bring to you a highlight program in each ward.

At KIPP AIM Academy, extracurricular activities are a priority. The programming involves an incredibly enthusiastic and dedicated group of fifth- to eighth-graders.

Poetry coach and 5th grade literacy teacher Sara Gould shared a few key facts with us. Through our talk with her, we really got an insider's view of the program at KIPP AIM. Sara has an incredible relationship with the students as a DC SCORES coach because she teaches about half of the poet-athletes in her class throughout the day (common at many DC SCORES schools).

Gould said that "being someone that is in the classroom but then also teaching at SCORES is helpful to working with the students." She said that this adds a "mentor layer" and a "humanizing aspect" to the relationship, and not only does it benefit her students in DC SCORES; it benefits her students' peers as well.

"They see that our relationship is different, and they want that for themselves," Gould said. "KIPP is business in the classroom, but when you're in a less-structured, more down-to-earth environment, the kids see you as a whole person. It's an all-around relationship, not just student-teacher."

Though this is Gould's first year at KIPP AIM, she taught and coached at KIPP WILL for five years, giving her a total of six years involved with DC SCORES. She said that when she transferred schools, DC SCORES brought her comfort.

"It was nice to have something I connected with and was passionate about," Gould said.

This year's Poetry Slam! was a unique experience for KIPP AIM because this was the first Slam! that they had participated in since before any of the current students or teachers could remember. Gould described preparation for the Slam! as "stressful" because they were only able to meet for poetry once a week compared to other schools who met two or three times a week.

The students "really pulled it together in just three sessions," Gould said, adding that the incredible performance that we saw on the stage during the Eastside Slam! was really attributed to the students' hard work, both in the classroom and at home after school.

"A lot of it had to do with the excitement and investment," Gould said. She added that the first day after constructing a poem, there were a few students who had already memorized their lines.

"[It] really spoke volumes to [me] about the fact that they cared about it and really wanted to work toward it."

This season of Fall SCORES at KIPP AIM, Gould's poet-athletes worked incredibly hard to overcome challenges. To overcome obstacles during their first season of doing both soccer and poetry, the students practiced treating tiny victories as if they were major, going with a strong "I'm going to get better" mindset, and taking a lot of pride in the fact that they were the first students to start poetry back up at their school.

These students set the base for DC SCORES in the upcoming years at AIM, and future poet-athletes will have this incredible group to thank!

Barry Farm Recreation Center (2015)
Hart Middle School (2012)
KIPP AIM Academy (2013)
Leckie Elementary School (2013)
Leckie Middle School (2016)
Moten Elementary School (2011)
Orr Elementary School (2012)
Turner Elementary School (2016)
Washington School for Girls (2015) 

Year DC SCORES started: 2013
Ward: 8
Uniform color: Orange
Coaches: Soccer -- Sydney Thom, Sara Gould; Poetry -- Tre'Vonn Dennis, Sara Gould

"It's an all-around relationship, not just student-teacher." - Sara Gould on how coaching DC SCORES has strengthened her ties to the students

“[It] really spoke volumes to me about the fact that they cared about it and really wanted to work toward it.” - Gould on how hard the students worked toward their Poetry Slam! performance




12.2.2013 -- KIPP AIM performs at the Poetry Slam!

Friday, December 2, 2016

Bonding with the Bears, Part VI: Finishing up the season after Poetry Slam!

Every week this fall we will be visiting the Barnard Bears during poetry sessions and soccer games to document the progress of the Bears. Follow along to see how students develop their writing and soccer skills and how the team comes together. We will bring you individual poet-athletes' stories in addition to stories about the team as a whole. Follow along our journey with the Bears on Twitter @DCSCORESInterns & Instagram @DC_SCORES


Written by Elaine Lu 
Communications Intern

Though some of the students' spirits were down after they didn't place in the Poetry Slam!, they bounced right back. The students still have a strong love for poetry and finished up the season strong feeling great!

"They did an amazing job at Poetry Slam!," poetry coach Hannah Ehlers said. "I was so proud of their performance and could see that they were too!"

"It gives me hope to know that the Barnard Bears are the next generation and will change history!"

Added poet-athlete Lison: "We were preparing a lot because we wanted to be not perfect, but we wanted to be great. It's not about if we win or not, it's about having fun. I wasn't upset, I was actually happy because we got to have fun and it's not all about winning, it's about having fun."

It is attitudes like hers that make this team so incredible. The Barnard Bears are a great group of kids that have touched the hearts of everyone, like myself, who have worked with them.

"I loved coaching poetry with the Barnard Bears this season and can't wait for the winter season on nutrition," Ehlers said. "I loved getting to know the poet-athletes and watching them grow and learn."

From looking at the impact that the Bears have made on their coaches, it is evident that these kids are remarkable.

For Lindsey Sharp, one of the soccer coaches, "working with the Barnard Bears this season has been filled with many lessons for both the kids and [my]self."

Each kid on the Barnard Bears stood out and brought a different perspective to the team, a dynamic that Sharp said made the experience all the more rewarding.

"Our team was very well-rounded in terms of skill level as well as cultural diversity, which allowed all of the kids to come together seamlessly," Sharp said. "I was constantly impressed by the kids' ability to work together as a team and help each other improve their technique throughout the season.

"The Barnard bond has been exceptional season-long and I am excited to coach such wonderful kids again next season!"

Over the last 10 weeks, I've seen these students grow into incredibly talented poet-athletes. With every poetry session, every practice, and every game, I've watched each child grow more into the wonderful future leader that s/he will be. I can't wait to see what the upcoming seasons will bring for the Barnard Bears!

The Barnard Bears will DEFINITELY change history! Thank you for adding to my wonderful experience working at DC SCORES!

Previous Posts
Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
Part V

Monday, November 28, 2016

Give coaches the tools to change kids' lives on Giving Tuesday

Today, November 29, you can make a tremendous difference in the lives of DC children.

You can do so by supporting the coaches who are there for them. In the classroom. On the soccer field. And most importantly, in life. 

As part of the worldwide Giving Tuesday, will you give our coaches the tools they need to change DC kids' lives with a donation? You can give throughout the day HERE

Did you know: We hire coaches at each of our 55 sites -- two soccer and two writing coaches. The DC SCORES office provides all the trainings, supplies, buses to game days, soccer uniforms and more for the teams of kids across Washington, DC.

The coaches actually run the program between 3:30-6:30pm year-round. They are the difference-makers. 

Watch the video above to hear from just a few coaches on what DC SCORES means to them and track the list below of everyone who makes a difference for our poet-athletes and their leaders on Giving Tuesday.

Again, the link to give is HERE. Also, please share our message on Twitter and Facebook. The organizatuon with the most unique donations (by email address) will win $5,000 and the organizations that get the most donations between 11am-12pm and 5-6pm will win $2,500 prizes. 


Soccer jerseys + poetry journals ($28 value) given: 1,185

High Fives List!, time
Courtney Corn, 8:43pm (Sunday)
Katy Lernihan Schmid, 9:54am (Saturday)
Paul Kemp, 3:32pm
Ellisa Jeyin Lee, 10:14am (Friday)
Michael Recore, 7:45pm
Oliver Doxtater, 5:16pm
Carol Sweig, 1:49pm
Michael Hanin, 1:23pm
Kelly Casten, 7:43am
Ryan Burke, 3:37am (Thursday)
Mark Schuman, 11:05pm
Mired Asfour, 7:08pm
John Ydstie and Mary Jo Vrem, 3:42pm
Bentley Johnson, 9:44am
Deepti Manohar, 8:57am
Christopher Stewart, 4:37am
Gary White, 3:43am
Christie Wright, 12:26am
Judith Kemp, 12:16am
Chris Mein, 12:05am (Wednesday)
Adam Siple, 11:58pm
Zach Warren, 11:57pm
Lindi Spalatin, 11:53pm
Jacqui Kemp, 11:41pm
Anonymous, 11:40pm
Ignacio Fernandez Stearns, 11:36pm
K. Tracey Bible, 11:33pm
Susan OKeefe, 11:29pm
John Kemp, 11:28pm
Edward Simon, 11:21pm
Heather Brown, 11:20pm
P.J. Farrell, 11:20pm
Irma Sheon, 11:20pm
Marla Simon, 11:19pm
Stephany Umana, 11:18pm
Francisco Alvarez Higareda, 11:17pm
S.W. Goodman, 11:16pm
David Goodwin, 11:16pm
M.H. Rubin, 11:15pm
Will Watkins, 11:13pm
Kathryn Rendon, 11:13pm
Melissa Surette, 11:13pm
Nikki Allinson, 11:11pm
Hugh Kenety, 11:11pm
Jeffrey Poku-Adjei, 11:08pm
Jane Preotle, 11:06pm
Nina Shallal, 11:06pm
Peter Wilson, 11:05pm
Nicole Riibner, 11:01pm
Phyllis Owens, 11pm
Anonymous, 10:57pm
Amy Lehman, 10:57pm
Conner Ciesemier, 10:56pm
Jan Hodges, 10:54pm
Benjamin Fax, 10:54pm
Matt Preotle, 10:53pm
Mark Lewis, 10:53pm
Haley Donovan, 10:52pm
Adam Hughes, 10:52pm
Matt Anzur, 10:51pm
Bradley Anderson, 10:51pm
Ben Francavilla, 10:50pm
Elizabeth Hume, 10:49pm
Jorge and April, 10:49pm
Lila Blackney, 10:46pm
Rafael Villasmil, 10:45pm
Ethan Pack, 10:41pm
Carlos Fonseca, 10:39pm
Michelle Ibarra, 10:38pm
Andy and Lauren Young, 10:36pm
Wally Okpych, 10:32pm
Timothy Murphy, 10:32pm
Rachel Wardley, 10:31pm
Dan Henderson, 10:30pm
Ben Allen, 10:28pm
Melanie Robinson, 10:24pm
Greta Poku-Adjei, 10:21pm
Kris Brown, 10:18pm
Emily Wolfram, 10:17pm
Maria Guadalupe Alvarez, 10:16pm
Stephanie Holland, 10:14pm
Annabelle Baehr, 10:09pm
Chip and Diana Lohmeyer, 10:08pm
Pharis Owens, 10:08 pm
Pat Morrison, 10:05pm
Ryan DaSilva, 10:04pm
Rosemary Wardley, 10:03pm
Tim Preotle, 10:02pm
Bruce Adams, 10pm
Rob Thayer, 9:56pm
Wally Okpych, 9:50pm
Adam Eisner, 9:50pm
John Grib, 9:48pm
Peter Ho, 9:44pm
Will Sutton, 9:34pm
Jordan Bookey, 9:27pm
Finn Michael, 9:27pm
Mike Silas, 9:25pm
Edward Stratton, 9:25pm
Caitlin Felker, 9:21pm
Travis Featherby, 9:20pm
Hannah Hussey, 9:19pm
Travis Featherby, 9:19pm
Kevin Jackson, 9:16pm
Stacy Leff, 9:11pm
Jason, 9:10pm
Brooks, 9:02pm
Carr, 8:55pm
Jake Barr, 8:54pm
Alyssa Morse, 8:51pm
Joel Rubin, 8:47pm
Pete Gilmore, 8:47pm
Paul Riggins, 8:46pm
Anonymous, 8:41pm
Bruce Schulman, 8:38pm
Heidi Lenee, 8:37pm
Alexander Sundquist, 8:37pm
Leah Luray, 8:36pm
Seth and Jennifer Halvaksz, 8:29pm
Thomas Bogle, 8:28pm
Anissa Badea, 8:28pm
Denard Jones, 8:28pm
Kara Maeda, 8:27pm
Jennifer Oxley, 8:26pm
Jonathan & Kelly McGee, 8:23pm
Clements Family, 8:21pm
Cynthia Dunphy, 8:19pm
John Guzman, 8:16pm
Paul Rosenberg, 8:06pm
Letty Hardi, 7:59pm
Anonymous, 7:58pm
Marilyn Bugg, 7:56pm
Molly Nicol, 7:53pm
Paul Bugg, 7:51pm
Kelly Riggins, 7:39pm
Benjamin Pulliam, 7:38pm
Michael Liss, 7:37pm
Anthony Brown, 7:36pm
Kelly Dragelin, 7:35pm
Pierre Vigilance, 7:30pm
Molly Pallman, 7:14pm
Don & Eliza Hill, 7:14pm
Mary Kusler, 7:12pm
Manuela Goulden, 7:07pm
Carol and Paul Barritt-Flatt, 7:03pm
Wendy Copeland and Jon Schwartz, 6:59pm
Tragakis, 6:58pm
Margaret Langhamer, 6:55pm
Sam, 6:54pm
Charles Whiteman, 6:40pm
Jordan Evans, 6:34pm
Dori and Mark Hazan, 6:32pm
Holly Stewart, 6:30pm
Anonymous, 6:21pm
Aleta Greer, 6:18pm
Amy Nakamoto, 6:16pm
Simon E Landau, 6:14pm
Pamela, 6:13pm
Kelly Ackley, 6:13pm
Phyllis Owens, 6:10pm
Samantha Kiser, 6:08pm
David Eli Owens, 6:05pm
Corey Timbers, 6:03pm
Kelsi Moran, 6:00pm
James Gilbert, 5:59pm
Stu Trevelyan, 5:57pm
Traci Lee, 5:53pm
Calder Trevelyan, 5:53pm
John Neiswander, 5:51pm
Ella Trevelyan, 5:51pm
Christian, 5:50pm
Meredith Whitfield, 5:49pm
Christian Allen, 5:48pm
Stuart Trevelyan, 5:47pm
Evan Brunell, 5:45pm
Marge and Susana, 5:42pm
Marni Karlin, 5:41pm
Christopher Richardson, 5:40pm
Bonnie Politz, 5:39pm
Stephen Christensen, 5:38pm
Anonymous, 5:38pm
The Mewett Family, 5:37pm
Dimi Venkov, 5:37pm
Ann Carmel, 5:37pm
Jorge and Connie Esguerra, 5:33pm
Maria McGee, 5:31pm
Andrea Custis, 5:30pm
Libby Watkins, 5:29pm
David McGee, 5:29pm
Debra & Michael Kushma, 5:28
Anonymous, 5:27pm
Omar Lewis, 5:25pm
Matt Leemhuis, 5:25pm
Anonymous, 5:22pm
Anonymous, 5:22pm
Phillip Goodman, 5:22pm
Whitney Suflas, 5:20pm
Danielle, 5:18pm
Mark Alber Hanis, 5:14pm
Jason Ferreri, 5:14pm
Angel and Erik Horacek, 5:12pm
Jay Petraitis, 5:11pm
Liz Karabin, 5:08pm
Anne Elliott, 5:08pm
Tim Huether, 5:07pm
CeCe Coffey, 5:06pm
Moitreyee Sinha, 5:05pm
Kate Dochelli, 5:03pm
Andrew Gaeckle, 5:01pm
Vincent Lu, 5:00pm
Patrick Lu, 4:59pm
Jade Lu, 4:59pm
Yvon Lu, 4:57pm
Faye Lu, 4:57pm
Nicole Ryder, 4:57pm
Kenna Brown, 4:56pm
Heidi, 4:53pm
David Crespo, 4:52pm
Catalina Talero, 4:50pm
Maryann Jacobsen, 4:48pm
Pena Madridista Washington DC, 4:48pm
Heidi Hochstetler, 4:47pm
Melissa Coggins, 4:46pm
Chefik Simo, 4:45pm
Megan Gordon, 4:42pm
Belen Agrest, 4:41pm
Summer Woods, 4:39pm
Tamar Levenberg, 4:37pm
Anonymous, 4:36pm
Christine Okpych, 4:32pm
Ben Shnider, 4:30pm
Debra Riggins, 4:27pm
Steve Anthony Ressler, 4:26pm
Mary Elizabeth Shutley, 4:25pm
Lauren Richardson, 4:22pm
Marla & Carlos Wolff, 4:17pm
Dabney Weems, 4:17pm
Margaretta Poku-Adjei
Marissa McBride, 4:16pm
Adam Towvim, 4:15pm
Claire Gibbons, 4:13pm
Anonymous, 4:13pm
Emily Thompson, 4:12pm
Aeon Clarke, 4:11pm
Samuel Healy, 4:10pm
Julie Rogers, 4:07pm
Taylor Chock, 4:07pm
John and Jean Petersen, 4:02pm
Vesta Hochstetler, 4:01pm
Micheal Hart, 3:58pm
Kadie Marks, 3:55pm
James Webber, 3:54pm
Dawn Hulen, 3:53pm
John Lloyd and Sue Budin, 3:52pm
Tim, 3:52pm
David Neigus, 3:49pm
Mary Patricia Ahern, 3:48pm
Lauren Anderson, 3:47pm
Anonymous, 3:46pm
Dustin Fronczak, 3:44pm
Phillip Knight, 3:42pm
Anne White, 3:38pm
Taylor Kenan, 3:38pm
Mollie Meyer, 3:38pm
Deirdre Hart Chambers, 3:37pm
Kathleen Kulikowski
Andrea Foulkes, 3:25pm
Joanna Fax, 3:19pm
John Preotle, 3:19pm
Marie Okpych, 3:17pm
Amanda Sacks, 3:15pm
Geoff Okpych, 3:15pm
Hilary Benson, 3:14pm
Rebecca Lowry, 3:13pm
Anonymous, 3:07pm
Tom, 3:07pm
Sarah Priem, 3:02pm
Kathryn Rust, 3:02pm
Chris Hughes, 2:51pm
Emma Mitchell, 2:46pm
Frank Polley, 2:40pm
Mary Brown, 2:35pm
Rachel Shnider, 2:31pm
Bethany Rubin Henderson, 2:28pm
Rachel Klepper, 2:27pm
Mark Witte, 2:25pm
Mira Smith, 2:25pm
Kemba Ford, 2:24pm
Eric Lyman, 2:20pm
John Thayer, 2:19pm
Claire Lyons, 2:19pm
Lily Goldstein, 2:19pm
Oliver Kawwass, 2:19pm
Greg James, 2:14pm
Allegra Nevils Yancey, 2:11pm
Robert Warshaw, 2:05pm
Stephanie Perry, 2:05pm
Judi & Reed Glickman-Shnider, 2:05pm
Amy Greco, 2:03pm
Kathleen Lorello, 2:02pm
Thomas Sowers, 1:59pm
Eliana Henderson, 1:58pm
Patricia Watkins, 1:57pm
Zachary Straus, 1:56pm
Kelly Harley, 1:51pm
Katherine Panke, 1:49pm
Mary Ann Badavi, 1:45pm
Kyle Lorenz, 1:44pm
Kathleen Schofield, 1:43
Rejji Hayes, 1:43pm
Alison Tripp, 1:42pm
Matthew Preotle, 1:42pm
Kathy Doto, 1:42pm
Katie Schofield, 1:40pm
Mike Riggins, 1:37pm
Lila Simmons, 1:37pm
Mike Riggins, 1:36pm
Kristen Acocella, 1:32pm
Jasper Henderson, 1:30pm
Adi Rose Henderson, 1:29pm
Mike Riggins, 1:27pm
Daniel Henderson, 1:25pm
Jana Sharp, 1:20pm
Charlie, 1:19pm
Michelle Hense, 1:17pm
Susan Harrison, 1:16pm
Nicholas Poitras, 1:16pm
Amanda Thayer, 1:09pm
Aiden & Jillian Miller, 1:09pm
Alyssa Sheinbaum, 1:06pm
Anthony Brown, 1:04pm
Anthony Piccari, 12:54pm
Jocelyn West, 12:53pm
Kenny Owens, 12:45pm
David Barritt-Flatt, 12:44pm
Brittany and Disel Bennett, 12:44pm
Alex Tanouye, 12:39pm
Sarah Helinek, 12:38pm
Leah Hochstetler, 12:38pm
Frances Hinkle, 12:30pm
Suzanne Reno, 12:29pm
Will Magioncalda, 12:28pm
Linda Starr, 12:26pm
Bianca, 12:24pm
Kate Leary, 12:22pm
Morriah Horani, 12:20pm
Amy and Fred Rubin, 12:20pm
Anonymous, 12:20pm
Alyson Blair, 12:18pm
Tim Preotle, 12:18pm
Katie Sieck, 12:15pm
Shawntel Randi, 12:15pm
Susan Lee, 12:13pm
Linda Ravdin, 12:11pm
Jessica Badger, 12:10pm
Daniel Martin, 12:06pm
Roland Wolfram, 12:03pm
Craig Sacks, 12:03pm
Tom Hunt, 12:02pm
Nancy Fax, 12:01pm
Anonymous, 12:01pm
David Nicol, 11:59am
Anonymous, 11:59am
Josh Sanders, 11:58am
Karen Austin & Randolph Austin Jr., 11:58am
Melanie Fineman, 11:58am
Jennifer Neville, 11:58am
Chris Hudler, 11:58am
Anonymous, 11:57am
Amanda Essay, 11:57am
Reed Shnider, 11:57am
Sara Kushma, 11:57am
Eric Brandman, 11:57am
Christy Conklin, 11:57am
Jonathan Davis, 11:56am
Jessica Trevelyan, 11:56am
Steve Petros, 11:54am
Andre Romelle, 11:53am
Joshua Freedholm, 11:53am
Maria Randazzo, 11:52am
Frederick & Catherine Sutton, 11:50am
Anonymous, 11:50am
Sara Harper, 11:49am
Ryan Rice, 11:48am
Kuang Li, 11:47am
Anonymous, 11:47am
Calvin Broadus, 11:46am
Duha Elmari, 11:46am
Kelli Davis, 11:45am
Anonymous, 11:41am
Deborah Johnson, 11:41am
Reagan Walker, 11:40am
Michael Boches, 11:40am
Dan Bourgeois, 11:38am
Anthony Francavilla, 11:36am
Mike Heiken, 11:36am
Jacqui Kemp, 11:35am
Patricia Zebrowski, 11:34am
Jacqueline Kemp, 11:33am
Anonymous, 11:33am
Jacqueline Kemp, 11:32am
Stephanie Michelle Wolfram, 11:32am
Anonymous, 11:30am
Ronya Corey, 11:30am
Brian Sanker, 11:29am
Elizabeth Watkins, 11:29am
Joshua McGee, 11:28am
Stephanie Wolfram, 11:26am
Sharyn Sutton, 11:24am
Darien Flowers and Kirsten Ferreira, 11:24am
Asif Zaman, 11:22am
Katrina Owens, 11:21am
Anonymous, 11:20am
Kathy & Tim Hinkle, 11:19am
Hannah Ehlers, 11:19am
Zachary Abaie, 11:19am
Steve Goodman, 11:18am
Launa Hochstetler, 11:17am
David Sheon, 11:17am
Mark Ehlers, 11:16am
Tricia Aoki, 11:16am
Steve Goodman, 11:15am
Jean Lu, 11:15am
Gary & Sue Drean, 11:14am
Alex Hyman, 11:13am
Nick Talarico, 11:12am
Walter Okpych, 11:11am
Alex Hyman, 11:11am
Julia Thayer, 11:10am
John Conte, 11:09am
Jake Lloyd, 11:08am
Sean Hinkle, 11:07am
Charlotte Karp, 11:06am
Gerald Andriole, 11:05
Elaine Lu, 11:03am
David Solander, 11:03am
Pena Madridista Washington DC, 11:03am
Anonymous, 11:03am
Amanda Stanec, 11:02am
Tim Preotle, 11:02am
Chloe Doto, 10:58am
Lindsey Appiah, 10:58am
Christine Kaila, 10:56am
Anonymous, 10:56am
Chloe Doto, 10:56am
Anonymous, 10:56am
Eric Fins, 10:55am
Katie Magnus, 10:51am
Megan Tackney, 10:49am
Sarah Wolf, 10:39am
Ralph Pace, 10:36am
Charles Wolf, 10:36am
Jean Lu, 10:35am
John N. Bennett, 10:35am
Jean Lu, 10:33am
Kimberly Mullins Stein, 10:33am
Lynn Levy, 10:29am
Anonymous: 10:29am
Tammy Whyte, 10:27am
Anonymous, 10:22am
Phoebe Krawczyk, 10:21am
Loretta Reinersmann, 10:21am
Stevie Lyn Smith, 10:20am
Michael Vaughan Cherubin, 10:15am
Dahna Goldstein, 10:12am
Lauren Bogard, 10:12am
Katie Cook, 10:10am
Phillippe Monfiston, 10:07am
Gregory Sisson, 9:48am
Emily Schulman, 9:44am
Susannah Washburn, 9:43am
Katherine Makris, 9:36am
Rob & Beth Hughes, 9:34am
Katie Johnston-Davis, 9:32am
Jennifer Ehlers, 9:30am
Rachael Wright, 9:28am
Joseph Beninati, 9:27am
Jessica Merz, 9:24am
Meredith Daniel, 9:21am
Anonymous, 9:20am
Lauren Smith, 9:16am
Anna Hargett, 9:15am
Devin Talbott, 9:07am
James Arnold, 8:56am
Joshua Shnider, 8:52am
Tim Spear, 8:51am
Michelle Chung, 8:50am
Liora Klepper, 8:42am
Liora Klepper, 8:40am
Jessica Morris, 8:38am
Liora Klepper, 8:38am
Matt Lindsay, 8:37am
Sandra J Brown, 8:29am
Emily Baskin, 8:09am
Una Kelley, 8:03am
Wendy Perez-Villalta, 8am
Ryan Kelley, 7:57am
Joshua Coolidge, 7:54am
Deeana Klepper, 7:54am
Kristin Foti, 7:29am
The Henderson family, 7:16am
John Harkes, 6:44am
Karen Lovitch, 5:28am
Cheryl Gregory, 3:39am
Beth Rubin, 12:53am
Brian Levine, 8:36pm (Monday)
Michael Argentieri, 11:02am (Monday)
Megan Alt, 10:59am (Monday)
Ayan and Mike Rubin, 10:02am (Sunday)
Patrick and Trish Ahern, 3:31pm (Nov. 22)
Ellen Moore, 3:34pm (Nov. 21)