On Friday, we listed a few high rolling contributors and a few on the other end of the spectrum. Here are some from the middle:
* From a Merry Christmas box in the lobby comes $200, given by employes of Pike & Fischer, Inc. in Bethesda.
* "Regardless of impending furloughs, RIFs, budget cuts, etc.," James Michael Daniel passes along $160 from the Office of Budget at the General Services Administration.
* The "Back Room" at the Government Communications Department of American Telephone and Telegraph Co. gave $140.
* A New Year's Day hat-pass at Capital Yacht Club in Southwest yielded $136.
* Peoples Drug Store No. 288 in Silver Spring collected $135.62 from under its annual "money tree."
* The District of Columbia Life Underwriters Association gave $115.
* The Crystal Club at Arlington's Calvary United Methodist Church kicked in $110.
* Employes of American Institutes for Research gave $105.
* An even hundred was given by six groups: The Church of Faith in Fairfax, the Musikanten renaissance music ensemble, the Executive Office of the National League of Cities, the Board of Deacons of Zion Baptist Church, Inc., the Chevy Chase and Arlington offices of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company and Chapter 60 from Area D of Parents Without Partners, Inc.
* Employes of Holman & Stern donated $96, and the staff at the American Advertising Federation gave $87.
* Celebrating its 40th year of existence, the Business and Professional Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women gave $85, all of it collected at the annual Chanukah party.
* Also contributing $85 were former and present employes of the Nuclear Radiation Effects Simulation Technology Branch at Adelphi's Harry Diamond Labs.
* Employes of the International Naval Systems Group at RCA Service Company put together $70.
* The Gay Notes Square Dance Club of Vienna sent in $63.
* Finally, the Market Research and Economics Sections at the Southern Railway System gave $55, the employes of Tau, Incorporated in Annandale sent $50 and the Federal City Four Barbershop Quartet sent another $50.
Many thanks to all.
To contribute to the campaign:
Make a check or money order payable to Children's Hospital and mail it to Bob Levey, The Washington Post, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20071.