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Class of 1986

Class Secretary: Erica Seifert Plunkett, 56 Morton St., Holliston, MA 01746; eplunkett@wellesley.edu

Class President: Angus M. “Don” Green, 6005 Natick Court, Burke, VA 22015; don.green@mail.house.gov

Next Reunion in 2006. Got news? Tap out a note to magazine@bates.edu! Michael Goldberg received the Early Career Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Practice of Clinical Psychology from the Society of Clinical Psychology. The award is given to a psychologist who has performed outstanding professional service, provided innovative approaches to service delivery, and developed creative educational programs…. Jonathan Green is in his fourth year with the Seattle Public Schools Head Start program. “I supervise several sites, overseeing both educational and social service programs. We serve many immigrant families from Mexico and Central America, South and Southeast Asia, as well as refugee families from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Kosovo.” Son Matthew (6) is in first grade and son Joshua turned 3 in September as well. “I enjoy living in Seattle, with both the mountains and the sea nearby.”… Janice Henderson has worked for several years at MASCO, a nonprofit in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA) of Boston. “I studied urban planning and public health at the Univ. of Michigan, worked in Seattle as a planning consultant for three years, and then returned to Boston, where I am now working on emergency preparedness and long-range planning projects for the LMA.”… Rich Larson has two sons, Ben (4) and David (1 1/2). “They are my primary job. In my ‘spare time’ I work as a school counselor at a large elementary school in Saco. The most interesting aspects of my work are some significant, research-based anti-violence initiatives that I have spearheaded. Students in the school speak more than 11 languages, the most gratifying personally is a fourth-grader who speaks Swahili; he’s from Rwanda, but lived in Kenya for awhile after fleeing due to the terrible unrest in his country.”


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