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A NOTE ABOUT CLASS NOTES


If your class is not listed, please send your class notes to the Alumni Affairs Office, Skidmore College, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-1632.


Class notes are also posted on Skidmore’s public Web site: www.skidmore.edu/scope.


LUCY HERNADY ARNOTI 7425 DEMOCRACY BOULEVARD, APT. 10 BETHESDA, MD 20817-1207


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ELIZABETH NORLANDER NEWELL TATNUCK PARK AT WORCESTER 340 MAY STREET, APT. 235 WORCESTER, MA 01602-1841 ECNEWELL@MSN.COM


Ellie Coleburn Zoller has moved


to an assisted-living facil- ity in North Hills, NY. She says it is “quite de - luxe,” and she is meeting a lot of nice people. “Happy” Rich Bradley wrote in to set the record


JUNE 2–5


EDITH COSGROVE 134 CHURCH STREET SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-2026 518-587-4460


Our big 70th reunion was super! Nettie Meads Hoyt, Kay Schilling


Lyall, and I enjoyed seeing one another and missed the rest of you—your ears must have been burning. We led the parade of classes in a golf cart trimmed with balloons and a class banner. The alumni recognition ceremony was held in the new Zankel Music Center—which I encourage you to see. During the cere- mony, yearbook photos of all three of us were displayed on a screen, and we got a big round of applause.


I discovered that Skidmore has added forest green to the school colors. Seems it happened in the ’70s, but this is the first time I noticed. The dinners were beauti- fully done (as always), and the staff was always available to get us where we were going. President Glotzbach and his wife joined us for dinner the first night; they are a delightful couple. Saratoga was very busy. I stayed in a B&B on Union Avenue with my son and daughter-in-law. Kay and Nettie stayed on campus. Kay’s daughter and son-in-law were there, cele- brating her 40th. We all had a great time. As I was checking out of the B&B, the pro- prietor wanted to know if he should pen- cil me in for the 75th! At 91, Mary Heber Mathews moved from her home in Connecticut to a retire- ment community in Sedona, AZ. After a lifetime of living on the East Coast, she says, “It was rather a changed experience, to say the least!” CHARLOTTE STERN ROUBEY THE CEDARS 626 CEDAR CLUB CIRCLE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27517 SKIDDY40@COCHILL.NET


straight. Her son works for the United Na - tions in Bangkok—but not as a cook, as previously reported. I experienced a marvelous evening of singing in Skidmore’s new Zankel Music Center. MARY PHILLIPS MURRAY 102 LAWRENCE STREET SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-1310 518-584-9227 MMURRAY102@VERIZON.NET


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Mary Lib Walker Tierney has moved from Maryland, where she lived for many years, to Brookline, MA. Jean Hall lives in Burlington, VT, half of the year and winters in Florida. Margery Bregman Forer and Marion Posner Glickman speak on the phone with one another from Florida and New York but haven’t seen in each other for two years.


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Bobbie Andrews Olmsted lives in Port - land, OR, and still plays tennis. Our class had 41 donors to the William - son Challenge, which surpassed its goal by more than 200 donors! MARY LOU SINON SAYER 7 AMOSKEAG ROAD CONCORD, NH 03301 603-228-4635 MSAYER@COMCAST.NET


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Marie-Louise Flinker Putney is a volunteer interviewer for clients


of Tri-County Family Ministries. She also takes care of the library in a children’s hospital playroom and is busy with church activities, including singing in the choir. Libby Cone Gardner underwent her third hip surgery in March and is “still partly on crane power,” she says. She is grateful that she has only two hips and one back. Libby and Clint spent the sum-


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Nancy Bell lives in a re tirement home in Carlsbad, CA. She swims five days a week and adds other exercise to three of those days. Six great-grandchil- dren live nearby. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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