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Lucinda Williams Bliss continues to exhibit her artwork at the Hay Gallery in Portland, ME, the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery in New Hampshire, and the Exposing Scarlet exhibit at the Boston Center for the Arts Milk Gallery.
Kate Heegaard Hartfiel started a business called Mad August Design, selling paintings and jewelry and loaning paintings for use in local commercial and print shoots. She has been in touch with Carrie Levin, Andrew Morse, and David Bradford. Last summer she met up with Jennifer Robbins ’87 while both were dropping off their kids at camp.
Mary Stine Rothman and husband Curt welcomed daughter Jessie in April; she joins sister Taylor. Mary is a stay-at-home mom in the Cleveland area.
Jerry Sullivan is architect and project manager for the new $1.8B Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in NYC. He and wife Rachel Singer Sullivan ’89 are proud parents of twin girls Lily and Claire, 3. The family moved into their home in South Orange, NJ, this past fall. Jerry stays in touch with Mark Watts, who is married to Deborah Miller and the proud dad of daughter Philippa. Mark is with a political survey and consulting firm in the Northampton, MA, area.
Victoria King Haas welcomed daughter Jordan last May; she joins brothers Hudson, 3, and Grant, 1. “It is so nice to have a little girl join the family; but, boy, am I busy,” writes mom. She recently visited Kristen Butler ’89, who owns and operates a Bikram yoga studio in Stuart, FL.