Katherine Cole Hite: Had a mini reunion with Katie Keogh Weidner, Kathryn Ingham Reese, Mary Halliday Shaw and Beth Bennett Haga in Miami. So fun catching up.
Gussie Harrison Dunstan: My family and I will move from São Paulo, Brazil, where we’ve been for two years, to Belgrade, Serbia, for three years. Woody is a Foreign Service Officer with the State Dept. We were posted in El Salvador for two years before Brazil. My older daughter Millie (17) attends Exeter Academy in NH, and Guen (14) and Harrison (8) travel with us. I substitute teach in the lower school international school system. Sing it Sweet Tones!
Stacey Vilar Csaplar: My daughter is starting to look for colleges. Sweet Briar is at the top of the list. I have retired from teaching. I am volunteering with NEADS, an organization that trains dogs for disabled people. My Sweet Briar friends are often in my thoughts.
Paige Schiller Okun: It’s my 12th year living in Singapore. In July, I had a mini-SBC reunion in NYC with Cameron Cox Hirtz and Denton Freeman. In Oct. I joined an international group of 12 women to trek 100Km and do some rock climbing in the desert of Jordan to raise awareness and funds for Women on a Mission Singapore, an organization that supports women who are in war-torn countries or victims of domestic violence or victims of human trafficking. We raised nearly $100,000 for our efforts.
Dena Driver: I’m still working in real estate in Brooklyn and have joined Stribling and Assoc. this year. Sent my daughter Emma Morcroft to Belmont U. in Nashville this fall where she is studying music.
Kathryn Ingham Reese: I teach 5th and 6th grade reading at Tower Hill in Wilmington, DE, and I coach middle school lacrosse. Daughter Elliot is 12 and daughter Landon is 14.
Christine Ans: I was able to have a mini-reunion with Andrea Fraley, who came down to Tampa/Sarasota to check out the hunt scene. Andrea was able to participate in the South Creek Foxhounds Hunt and then we attended the Hunt Ball on Fri. evening, followed by the races at Tampa Bay Downs on Sat. Remember, if you are a little chilly up there, please consider coming on down to FL! I can help you find a home, and I still work for an attorney. And the children’s books will always be near to my heart. It’s been a busy year as president of my local Rotary Club! As always, it’s great to hear what everyone is doing in our class. Looking forward to seeing you all if you happen to be in the area!