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Class of 2000 reunion 2005

Class Secretary: Cynthia Macht, 447 Brookline St., Newton MA 02459, cynthiamacht@hotmail.com

Class President: Kevin Stroman, Apt. 2, 1990 3rd. Ave., New York NY 10029, kevin_stroman@hotmail.com

Elizabeth Butt received a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from Washington Univ. She was class marshal for the graduation, and works at Boeing in St. Louis as an engineer scientist. … Jena Caruso received her law degree from Boston Univ. and is a litigation attorney at the law offices of D’Ambrosio in the Boston area…. Lindy Forrester is an art instructor/case worker at Outside the Lines Studio, outsidethelinesstudio.com, a program in Cambridge, Mass., for adults with developmental disabilities. The studio has recently exhibited at the Winchester Public Library, sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council…. Emily King was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in September. The Hall of Fame was conceived by Dan Doyle ’72 as part of his Institute for International Sport…. Ethan Miller performed in the 10th Annual HOPE Festival in Brewer, Maine, in April. The event was sponsored by the Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine. The center’s coordinator likened his music to that of Peter, Paul, and Mary in the way it affects people…. Kevin Purviance received his D.M.D. from the UConn Health Center in May. He received a number of awards at commencement, including the School of Dental Medicine Community Service Award in recognition of contributions to the community in the area of oral health. Kevin is in a periodontal surgical residency at the John Dempsey Hospital UConn Health Center…. Hundreds of friends, family, veterans and public safety personnel turned out at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport to welcome home Sgt. Christopher Russell, reported the Martha’s Vineyard Times. Chris, who lives in West Tisbury, had been in Iraq for 16 months. More than a dozen fire trucks, police cars and ambulances lined up along the taxiway and as Russell’s Cape Air flight flew over the airport, their lights began to flash, strobe and whirl; and as the plane taxied in, their massed sirens howled a deafening salute. Two fire trucks shot streams of water into the air forming a giant arch through which the aircraft rolled up to the crowd. Russell, who learned Arabic at the Defense Language Institute in California, worked in Iraq questioning local people from all walks of life.


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