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Susan Rabinowitz Malloy is the new grandmother of twins—a girl and a boy—bringing the count to four.
Sally Bogan Jenkins had two wonderful reunions last fall, including a gala affair in Hibbing MN—arranged by her children in honor of her birthday—attended by 32 family members. The second reunion involved meeting Toodie Sneve Starkey and Virginia Lintern Sneve in Duluth at Toodie’s self-described “treetop home.” Sally reports that the food was delicious, the flowers were beautiful, and Toodie presented everyone with a jar of her homemade jam.
Pat Casey Martus has a new address in Pompano Beach, FL. She and her husband were not affected by the hurricanes, although neighbors just a few miles away were not so fortunate.
Also holding up to hurricanes—in the Sarasota, FL, area—Jean Kalter Maguire goes from one volunteer opportunity to another and finds little time for sailing, reading, and playing piano. She recently traveled to the Galápagos Islands and is considering a trip to Saratoga in June for Reunion.
Jan Sharp Adkins sent me a picture of her new home in Williamstown, MA, a lovely setting for retirement. She sounds very happy there.
I’m sorry for an error in the summer edition of Scope: I should have reported that Phyl Levenson came in a respectable third in a duplicate (not “delicate”!) bridge game played during a trip to London.
Start thinking about Reunion—it should be the best one of all.