Eddie (’10) met up in Regina this fall at a CFL game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the O ttawa RedBlacks. Eddie works for the Riders organization and Perkin for the RedBlacks. Mount Allison energy and spirit at the national conference was incredible, and we definitely have a fantastic reputation when it comes to Shinerama fundraising. Palak Satija (’13), Aleka MacLellan (’12), and myself are all serving as campaign advisors and Beth Whitfield (’12) is the regional director of Atlantic Canada. There were also three other delegates in attendance who were either current or previous Mount Allison students.” Eldon Hay, professor emeritus, religious studies, is the 2014 winner of the Canadian Society for the Study of Religion book prize for his book The Covenanters in Canada: Reformed Presbyterianism from 1820 to 2012. Marlin (’01), and the Mount Allison Students’ U nion, launched the Town’s first EV charger this fall. The charger is available to residents and visitors with electronic vehicles. Another reason to come back for a visit! Caleb Stark (’14) writes, “This year there are four alumni on the national Shinerama leadership team, fulfilling various roles. The The Town of Sackville, in partnership with EO Eco-Energy Inc., headed by Amanda S Former geography professor Ronald Rees recently published his book New Brunswick — An Illustrated Story through Nimbus Publishing. Advertisement Did you or a member of your family study Applied Arts or Handicrafts at Mount Allison University? Do you have any jewellery, woodcarving, leatherwork, basketry, weaving or clay work that was made by students in the Applied Arts department? The Owens Art Gallery is planning an exhibition about the history of the Applied Arts department that offered classes at Mount Allison between 1908 and 1960. If you have any objects, photographs or documents that could be borrowed for this upcoming exhibition, please contact Jane Tisdale at the Owens. Email: jtisdale@mta.ca Phone: 506-364-2574 Marion McGregor McNair with her father John B. McNair attending her graduation applied arts exhibit at the Owens Art Gallery, 1951. Mount Allison University Archives. Picture Collection. 2007.07/201 / 35