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Class of 1971

Class Secretary: Elizabeth Glover Wiers, 4 Bigelow Rd., PO Box 159, St. Albans, ME 04971-0159, libbyw@alumni.bates.edu

Class President: Janet Face Glassman, PO Box 14, Gilmanton Iron Works, NH 03837, jfaceg@alumni.bates.edu

Next Reunion in 2006. Got news? Tap out a note to magazine@bates.edu! Marcia Baxter still lives one mile from Bates and attends an occasional play or concert. She works as a therapist in a day treatment program. She says she fantasizes about travel possibilities after getting her three children through college…. Jan Face Glassman has retired. She and Alan have sold their house in Connecticut, moved to rural New Hampshire, and traveled to several exotic locales…. Neil Gardner is the Pennsylvania State Dental Director. Beth Maker Gardner has been an instructor at Millersville University since 1990, teaching composition and technical writing…. Peter and Loel Donath Holloway are empty-nesters, living in New Jersey. Peter is a partner with Ernst & Young and enjoys golf. Loel teaches English as a second language, enjoys tennis, golf and skiing, and, with her daughter, earned a black belt in tae-kwon do…. Roberta Kriger Walcutt is a chiropractor on Cape Cod…. Kathleen Morse is a CPA with her own business run from a home office. She also teaches five to six accounting and tax courses a year for Southern New Hampshire Univ. After tax season, she escapes to places such as Alaska, South Dakota’s Black Hills, Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Colorado, in addition to New England…. Doug Rice writes: “I’m in my 10th year on the facutly at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Ore., where I teach Spanish and astronomy. My latest project was the construction of the largest telescope in the region, with an aperture of 0.56 meters. It really shows the spiral pattern in galaxies”… Judith Robinson Cox is involved with a literacy program and has taught English as a second language…. Mike Wiers continues in his law practice, still involved as church organist and choir director, serving now as region coordinator for Cursillo with a position on the National Secretariat and chairing the Maine Milk Commission. Libby Glover Wiers stays involved with General Federation of Women’s Clubs, church choir, local community volunteering, and managing 16 units of low-income elderly housing.


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