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learning challenges at a local middle school. We both volunteer at a communi- ty center in a nearby township where Michelle Obama visited last summer. I’m starting an art program there. We contin- ue to use the stateside address listed below to receive mail. NANCY MAGNUS 9300 PRETORIA PLACE DULLES, VA 20189-9300 MAGNUSNANCY@GMAIL.COM


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Katie Ross Zandbergen and husband Mathijs welcomed daughter Mary Louisa on August 12. She joins brother James, 2. Katie teaches comparative public policy at Amsterdam Univer sity College and is an academic advisor. Allison Kupfer married Daniel Poteet


on September 3 in Southwest Harbor, ME. She is a managing associate in the Boston office of the Nonprofit Professionals Ad - visory Group, an executive search firm. Her husband is an associate in profession- al liability at Donovan Hatem, a Boston law firm. Kaia Mahler Waldvogel and her hus-


band welcomed son Reed on May 13. He joins brother Brant, 1, who can’t wait to play ball with him. The family lives in Baldwin, NY. Kaia is taking a break from teaching for a few years to be a stay-at- home mom and loves it. She also enjoys playing on soccer and volleyball teams in the area. She says, “I’m looking forward to the next little one!” Esther Goldschlager relocated from NYC to the Midwest to begin law school. She is looking forward to becoming an attorney. I’m excited about my new role as Class


of 2000 secretary! LAUREN GRANAHAN 66 NORTH STREET SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-2508 RHUBS5@HOTMAIL.COM


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Andy Fast, an educator for the Belknap County Forest Resources Extension, re - cently signed on as chair of the New Hamp shire Tree Farm Associa tion. He has an MS in forestry from the University of New Hampshire and has served in land management with the US Forest Service in the Northeast and the West. He has been secretary of the executive board of the New England Society of American Foresters since 2007. Makeup artist Jessa Blades added an on -


line store to her business Blades Natural Beauty. The launch was featured in the August 21 New York Times. Jessa is a leader in natural, eco-friendly cosmetics, and her work has been covered in Vogue, Glamour, and Natural Health magazines. She won a 2011 Best of Green award from multime- dia outlet Treehugger. In October she spoke at a Skidmore Business Network panel on entrepreneurship in NYC. Anna Kole Mills, husband Edward Mills, and daughter Jacqueline returned to the US after almost six years in Paris, France. Molly Heyl-Rushmer married Jeff Maier


on May 6 in Chicago. Molly’s sister Julie Heyl-Rushmer ’97 was maid of honor, and Rachel Glasser ’00 read during the ceremony. The couple was also thrilled to celebrate with Elizabeth Brambilla. After a fantastic honeymoon in Riviera Maya, the couple settled into their new home in Chicago. Molly is a senior research ana- lyst at the Pert Group, a global business- marketing agency. JANINE GELLER JONES 7 GEORGE STREET STONEHAM, MA 02180 JRGELLER@HOTMAIL.COM


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In NYC Floryn Glass Stock had a “cre- atively thrilling” 2011. In February she sang in the ensemble of the Drama League’s Tribute to Patti Lupone. She joined the company of Nobody Sus pects a Butterfly, a developmental work- shop based on a new play by Chris Henry that stars Anthony Rapp. She later choreo- graphed a produc- tion of 42nd Street


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on Long Island, and then spent two weeks traveling in Ireland with her hus- band. Last fall she performed at a 9/11 memorial event where, she says, “I was honored to commemorate the 10th anni - versary of the tragedy by celebrating life through art.” More info available online at florynglass.com. John Martin lives in Brooklyn in NYC. He publishes the international online news and culture magazine Vice and pro- duces films on its video site, vbs.tv. John has shot in locales from Turkey and Ethi - opia to Alaska and Alabama. His most recent film, Heimo’s Arctic Refuge, was screened at the Danish Adventure Film Festival in Copenhagen last year. Lourdes Chavez Perry and Christopher


Perry ’90 welcomed son Julian on March 31. Their first boy, Alexander, is happy to be a big brother! The family lives in New Jersey. John Howard was named clinical super-


visor of Youth Villages’ Massachusetts Intercept, an intensive in-home program that helps children with emotional, be - havioral, and mental-health issues and their families. He was previously a bilin- gual family-intervention specialist for Intercept. He is a certified youth coun- selor with a master’s in school counseling from the University of Southern Maine. KATE NEDELMAN HERBST 35 HOLLINGSWORTH AVE. BRAINTREE, MA 02184 781-843-5140 KATEHERBST@GMAIL.COM


The Class of 2003 needs a scribe! If you are interested in serving in this role, con- tact class notes editor Mary Monigan at mmonigan@skidmore.edu or 800-584- 0115. Betsy Low married Steve Bertoni on October 8 at the Bethesda Episcopal Church in Saratoga Springs. A reception was held just down the street at the Uni - versal Preservation Hall and Saratoga Historic Center for the Arts. Betsy and Steve met through Skidmore friends dur- ing their annual Travers Stakes mini- reunion at the Saratoga Race Course in 2006. Alumni in the wedding included bridesmaid Stevie Howell, groomsman Lucas Nathan, ring bearer Patrick Mc - Evoy, and reader Dana Chin Casey ’01, with guests Tom Casey ’02, Cather ine Whelan-Wuest Merritt, Ian Merritt ’00, Maritza Schaeffer, Ashley Decker Dunn ’02, Chris Dunn ’02, Drew Simon ’02, Dan Sbano, Brian McCawley ’02, Brian Clark ’02, Matt Tiede ’02, Jeff Martin ’04, Peter Menan ’02, Joel Kulina ’01, and Ashley McEvoy ’09. The wedding was photographed by Gina Renzi ’96, who was accompanied by her husband, Jude Hawkens. The newlyweds live in NYC, where Betsy is a manager of special events and brand integration at Vanity Fair magazine. After seven years in Lawrence, KS, Eric Rosenfield and Megan Williams ’04 moved to Washington, DC. Ric, who worked in the Kansas City office of the community-development program NeighborWorks America, was promoted to a position at the Washington head- quarters. Meg is completing her disserta- tion on the post-WWII autobiographical


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