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Barbara Crossman Bell
Thinking ahead to our 35th reunion next year… Does it seem so long ago that we were sporting yellow oilcloth bibs around our necks? Getting permission from our parents to go away on a weekend visit? Waiting on tables in Moore Hall? Discovering D’Andrea’s? Not to me, it doesn’t!
Betsy Mallory MacDermid’s son Chad, who graduated from Bowdoin in 1996, has opened his own art gallery, Plane Space, in NYC’s historic West Village.
In Georgia Lanie Lippincott Peterson is a reporter for the , where husband Larry is an editor and political reporter. Larry recently wrote a novel called , which concerns “murder, mayhem, and, incidentally, what it takes to run a daily newspaper.” Daughter Lindsay, 15, is juggling varsity cross-country and lots of homework.
After a tough bit of knee surgery, Jane Roberts Alpert is traveling again and acting as hostess for a variety of Skidmore and Tufts alumni functions in the Boston area.
Lissie Eichler Stephenson’s daughter Hannah ’03 is working in NYC for the Rubin Museum of Art, a private collection of Tibetan and Himalayan art that opens this fall.
Jane Converse Miller’s granddaughter Kayla, 1, lives in Buffalo, NY, with Jane’s daughter Emily and husband Joe. Younger daughter Ashley is working on a farm in Schuylerville. Jane comes to Saratoga often, on business.
In May my husband and I returned to Alaska for the first time in three years, to join his family in celebrating his grandson’s high-school graduation.