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Sally Flagg Schipellite worked for the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen and sold her gallery.
“I had many wonderful years selling fine craft for the members. I will miss it,” she says.
Mary Avery Gessner and Russ spend January through March in California. The travelers then enjoy July in Maine and September in Nantucket. They celebrated their wedding anniversary in Dublin, Ireland, and Paris, France.
Jane Gihon Shillaber and Mike celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a cruise to Alaska.
Barbara Hayman Schwartz and Stan traveled to Thailand, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Hawaii last spring, visiting family and friends. In March they rented their condo and flew off to Italy.
Gail Dodge Meade works with older folks in an assisted-living facility where several residents use MailStation e-mail, which does not require them to have a computer and allows them to e-mail relatives quite simply.
The class extends condolences to the family of Julie Greene, who died in December. We remember her as a stellar athlete and outstanding educator who was a familiar and warm presence at our reunions and other college events. She will be missed.
Condolences also to Nancy Wiedenman Lester, who lost husband Milt in January. He was a special host during our reunions. We will miss him.
I recently joined a town board, which is time-consuming but very interesting. I still volunteer at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and at a thrift shop in Stamford, CT, and teach painting
in continuing-education classes.