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and Lymphoma Society’s annual event held at the Greenwich Polo Club in Connecticut. Ian’s band, Doghouse, pro- vided entertainment for the event, which raised over $500,000. To raise more money for the society and get back into shape, I signed up with Team in Training to pre- pare for the Westchester Triathlon this fall. CLIFF NELSON 25 LENOX AVE. WHITE PLAINS, NY 10603 CLIFFORD.S.NELSON@LIVE.COM


Walls at age 42 with a degree in American studies. She has published more than 20 books, including the six-book Chesapeake Heritage series, which follows a family of Maryland women from colonization to the present. She is also the author of two books of poetry, one of which was read on Radio for the Blind. Terry attributes much of her success in writing to what she learned during her Skidmore experi- ence. Tara Greco, who consults and invests with startup companies in the Boston area, recently completed leadership train- ing with the Boy Scouts and the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Outdoor Recreation and Conservation Corps. Her son, Dante, finished eighth grade at Vassal Lane Upper School in Cambridge, Mass., and is now attending Concord Academy. Tara is also a full-time caregiver for her father, who has Alzheimer’s disease. Documentary filmmaker Scott Hamilton Kennedy took part in SaratogaArtsFest in June, screening and discussing his Fame High, which follows students at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts as they strive to become professional singers, actors, musi- cians, and dancers. Critically acclaimed at major film festivals such as Tribeca and Silverdocs, Fame High follows up Scott’s 2008 Oscar-nominated documentary The Garden. MELISSA WEINTRAUB 642 NW STEWART PLACE CORVALLIS, OR 97330-3839 BLEAT13@COMCAST.NET


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Hausman is looking forward to relaxing and completing a few long-delayed home projects. Her oldest child is a high school freshman, the second attends middle school, and her “baby” is in fourth grade. Last winter Bonnie and her family, along with several close friends,


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After serving as PTA president for the past two years, Bonnie Glass


Terry White graduated from Skidmore’s University Without


traveled to Saratoga. They went skiing at West Mountain and visited all her old Saratoga haunts (minus DA’s). Bonnie’s kids thought Marino’s sandwiches were “amazing,” loved their breakfast at Compton’s, and pronounced Gaffney’s wings “awesome.” They are considering recommending those establishments to the TV show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Bonnie enjoyed the stroll down memory lane and was glad that all the new con- struction in the city hasn’t altered its charm. She is secretly hoping that her children may want to apply to Skidmore.


Christine Capaldi-Henry enjoyed a weekend hosting friends for dinner, drinks, and catching up at her Southampton home last spring. Among her guests were Janet Kim Szamosszegi, Ruth Morrow Merchant, Jen Levine Levinson, Christine Sirianni Drayton, and Caroline Dougherty Packer. “It seemed as if no time had passed at all!” Randy Levinson and wife Jen Levine- Levinson participated in Skidmore’s BU107 Executive Presentation Program last spring. Their eighth-grader, William, was allowed to sit in on a panel as well. Randy observes, “The students were extremely smart, the business department is thriving, and the campus is more beau- tiful than ever.” He highly recommends the experience to other business majors. Randy is president of Builders Blinds in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. UWW and MALS grad Mary Sanders


Shartle’s novel The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale, was published by SUNY Press earlier this year. Mary enjoys writing her blog and maintaining her Web site. She worked as an interviewer and applica- tion reader in Skidmore’s admissions office from 1988 to 2001. Our condolences to the family of Antonia Thacher, who died on November 19. Antonia is remembered for her love of art, horseback riding, music, and dance. She will be greatly missed. VICTORIA G. KING 155 SAGAMORE ROAD MILLBURN, NJ 07041-2147 VKING1@COMCAST.NET


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Judy Fisher Sadoff’s life revolves around adolescents, octogenarians, and the struggles of middle age. She lives in St. Louis with her 87-year-old mother and teenagers Maxwell, who is 16 and driving, and Hana, who is 15 and has a learner’s permit. She says she is lucky to have


“great kids and a mom who laughs a lot.” Judy enjoyed seeing Kimberly Davis Koeller and Randi Sidman Moore in the “Show Me” state and Jen Ross in NYC. Judy also stays in touch with old “roomie” Kim Halliday Slachta and with Margie Engelman Grodsky. Jeffrey Warren and wife Kristen have a 3-year-old son, Cooper. The family lives in Columbus, Ohio, where Jeffrey works for Columbus Crew directing youth pro- grams and special events. Jenifer Ross is the happy founder of W@tercooler (www.watercoolerhub.com), a shared workspace for freelancers and independent workers in Tarrytown, N.Y. She and husband Tom are excited about the opening of their second location in Yonkers this fall. Last November Jenifer was named one of the 16 most influential female business owners in Westchester County by 914 Inc. magazine. She and Tom love living in the Hudson Valley with children Hudson, 14, and Avery, 12. After living and working around the world, Diana Frank Saklad and husband Dan founded Whisk, a kitchenware store that offers cooking classes. Just 10 min- utes from their home in Cary, N.C., the store features 10,000 kitchen items from around the world and expert advice from a staff of cooks. Whisk employs more than 25 chefs and instructors to teach in its cooking school. Diana is thrilled that the business is generating positive buzz in the local and regional press. “North Carolina’s Triangle region and its food scene are thriving, and we’re lucky to be a part of it,” she says. Mary Kathryn Jablonski curated an article about artist Bruno LaVerdiere in the February 2013 Numero Cinq magazine. She has also had poems published in liter- ary magazines including Blueline and Salmagundi. Mary’s artwork was exhibited in the Laffer Gallery in Schuylerville, N.Y. earlier this year and included in several exhibitions at the Saratoga Arts Center in 2013. She is currently administrative director of One Roof Saratoga, a holistic healing center, and welcomes anyone in the area to stop by. Donna McNally was sorry to miss Reunion because of scheduling conflicts. Her oldest daughter, Jacquelyn, is a fresh- man at the University of South Florida. Son Brendan attends high school. Donna works for CenturyLink Business Solutions. BAYARD HEUSSLER KARCH 3361 BUCKBOARD DRIVE PARK CITY, UT 84098 BAYARDKARCH@YAHOO.COM


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