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Chuck Kaufman and family enjoyed a weekend visit from Judy Goldstein Landman and her family at the Kaufmans’ place in Waterville Valley, NH, in February. Chuck reports that between skiing, great food, and lots of fun reminiscing, the weekend flew by. They are looking forward to our 25th reunion in 2007.
Susan Sinberg Landesman teaches Asian religion courses at Drew University. Son Aaron, a sixth-grader, composed a band piece that was performed at Interlochen in Michigan last summer. Susan still lives in NYC.
Peggy Frew-Nehms and daughter Haley were at Skidmore’s Junior Admissions Workshop in February. Peggy found the program very informative and recommends it to classmates with high-school juniors thinking about colleges. She and Haley ran into Dana Paul Farnan with daughter Sarah.
Dana Paul Farnan married Richard Klepper (who attended our 20th reunion) in December. The couple lives in Manchester, NH, with a combined family of six children. Dana and daughter Sarah lunched at Mrs. London’s bakery during Junior Admissions Weekend. Dana notes, “Sarah had to endure my pointing out all my favorite hot spots in Saratoga. I still can’t get over that Barclay’s is now a clothing store!” Dana recently spoke to Janet Canfield, who is a chef in Atlanta.
Other classmates and offspring on hand for the Junior Admissions Workshop were Elizabeth Reisch Elvidge and daughter Natalie, Lillian Occhi Gamache and son Dante, Nadivah Feinstein Greenberg and daughter Arielle, Elizabeth Marr Hallas and son Jeff, Susan Long Moyer and daughter Maggie, Carrie Wolleman-Stein and daughter Rachel, and Victoria Salvo Bruce and daughter Katie.
Our 25th reunion is just one year away! Please consider helping to plan this milestone celebration. Information will be disseminated in various formats, but feel free to e-mail me if you have questions or want to get involved, and I will ensure that you are put in the loop.