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Doris Reiners Voorhees and husband Rick sold their home and moved into a retirement village in Bradenton, FL. Rick has finally retired completely. They now enjoy life “without all the pressures.”
Doris Callaghan Gillingham is well but “moving a little slower.”
Janet Bloom Harrington is enjoying everything NYC has to offer, including simple things like watching beautiful sunsets and spending time in the park.
Phyllis Cote McCarty contributed some of her artwork to the alumni art exhibition held during Reunion last spring.
Lynn Allen Chamberlin still plays the piano every day. Her granddaughter graduated from college last year. Lynn and her husband enjoy doing things close to home in Williamsburg, VA.
Helen Kindergan Higgins enjoyed Reunion. In July her entire clan gathered for their first complete family reunion in Maine. Many of them traveled from California for the weeklong celebration.
Alathena Miller Smith’s granddaughter Alathena Byrne writes for People magazine.
Helen Rickenback Scott still lives in her home, plays bridge, and belongs to a book club. She doesn’t stray far from home.
I am afraid we did not show up in great numbers at our 65th! I was hoping I’d make it, but health problems cropped up that prevented my going. My husband and I are still enjoying every minute of life on our old family farm. Tennis and skiing are still an important part of our lives, although on a considerably lower key!