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receiving $15,000 each. The competition
recognizes and supports emerging Cana-
dian artists who are in the first five years of
their careers. Fifteen finalists were chosen,
five from Western Canada, five from Cen-
tral Canada, and five from Eastern Canada.
Kastner, who now lives in Edmonton, is
representing Western Canada. Works by
the finalists can be viewed online at
Dr. Keith Josephson ('01)
and Emilie Bodu
were married at Chateau Vaugrignon
in Esvres-sur-Indre, France on Jul. 14 '12.
A number of Mount A alumni were in
attendance, including, left to right,
Stacie (Baillie) Graham ('00)
Graham ('99)
Jim Clark ('01)
Illidge-Clark ('03)
Mike Barnier ('99)
Paddy Kennedy ('00)
Keith Josephson
, and
Glenn Josephson ('71)
, uncle of
the groom.
Chris Ka Sin Chu ('08)
writes: "I'm excited
to start a new career as an assistant district
attorney in Machias, ME after working at a
private firm in Brunswick, ME for a year."
Beth Goslett ('07)
participated in a 10-day
volunteer trip to Guatemala with Librari-
ans without Borders. As well as experienc-
ing the beautiful country and its friendly
people, Beth helped organize a "library
day" for each class at the Miguel Angel
Asturias Academy in the town of Xela and
purchased new books with raised funds at
a publisher in Guatemala City.
Ellen Williams ('12)
has been accepted
into the political science Master's program
at University of Saskatchewan.
Kristen Smith ('11)
Kellen Barrett
were married in beautiful Sackville
on Jun. 9 '12 in the Mount Allison chapel
with a reception following in Tweedie Hall.
Friends and family celebrated well into the
wee hours! There were so many Allisoni-
ans in attendance it's impossible to name
them all, but they included the groom's
parents, aunt, grandparents, and even
Rev. Wayne McArthur, who performed the