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Ann Lemsay-Jenkins served 10 years as chair of the University of Washington medicine board.
She was proud to report that the medical center has consistently ranked in the top 10 hospitals in the country. She also works to expand college scholarship programs at the Washington Education Foundation for low-income students, which supports 3,700 undergrads and more than 500 baccalaureate degree holders. Ann and her husband purchased a home in Ranchero Mirage, CA, where they look forward to many warm and sunny winters.
Diane Burko’s daughter Jessica was married in a unique ceremony combining Jewish and Chinese rituals, at the St. Botolph Club in Boston, where the newlyweds—both artists—live. Diane, also an accomplished artist, closed her solo show at the Michener Museum last fall. An installation of 12 large inkjet prints is on exhibit through May at the Philadelphia International airport. Her Web site is www.diane- burko.com.