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In January Christine Whelton ran in the second annual P.F. Chang Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society; she raised $4,500.
Clare Cosman lives in NYC, where she is studying American art in Sotheby’s graduate program.
Jason Lombardi is pursuing an MFA in metalsmithing at SUNY-New Paltz. The recipient of a graduate museum assistantship at the Samuel Dorskey Museum of Art, he works with the museum registrar accepting new works into the collection. In his spare time, Jason dedicates himself to a nonprofit artist space in Kingston, NY, called 3FU, where he curated CORPORA: Contemporary Images of the Human Form, which opened in March.
Mary Corinne Miller is founder and artistic director of Saratoga Summer Stages, a children’s musical-theater summer program at the Saratoga Savoy Dance Center. Last year’s productions included the Wizard of Oz and Once Upon a Mattress. The teaching staff includes Rebecca Lehrhoff ’05, Dorien Makhloghi ’05, and Sara Rubin. For more info, contact Mary at email@example.com.
Jodi Thomas is a certified teacher of English as a second language, working in Costa Rica, where she coordinates an English program for a company based there.