Class Notes - 1960s
August 11, 2007
|Arts & Sciences 45th Reunion Oct. 18-21, 2007|
Jan McNeil Boutin B.A. teaches fourth grade and lives in Neskowin. She has traveled to Europe 25 times.
Sandy Johnson Osawa B.A. premiered her new video on native artists in residence at Evergreen State College in October 2006. A video detailing the 10-year history of the Longhouse program at Evergreen premiered in September 2005. Both programs are available from her company, Upstream Productions in Seattle.
Reverend Duane Rhoadarmer B.S. retired at the end of December 2006 after 38 years of full-time ministry in small parishes in the upper Midwest. He will do some supply and part-time ministry, but also plans to do some traveling around the United States.
Phyllis Speros Holliday B.S. lives in San Francisco. She is a fantasy novelist and mystical poet.
Thomas Sherwood B.A. asks if the hair on the back of your neck perks up at the mention of “Riser crew!” If you were on the Lewis & Clark Choir riser crew, that call meant stopping whatever you were doing (eating, visiting, sleeping, etc.) to work on the choir riser. Perhaps you were in a Glarum choir and remember its organ like tone. A few years ago, Sherwood was at an Oregon beach with Don Udlock B.A. and other friends. They sang a benediction after a meal and were instantly transported to choir days at L&C. Sherwood says, “Perhaps some of us can meet and sing together again.”
|Arts & Sciences 40th Reunion Oct. 18-21, 2007|