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Mike Currie ('09)
is enjoying life on Parlia-
ment Hill, working for Charlottetown MP Sean
Casey. He was part of a group of Allisonians who
got together over the holidays in Halifax. In the
back row (l-r) are:
Mike Currie
,
Katie Eddy
('09)
,
Darryl MacKenzie ('10)
,
Janelle
Duguay ('10)
,
Emma Lavoie ('09)
,
Kirk
Godin ('08)
,
Jordan Turner ('09)
,
Sonali
Kallianpur ('10)
, and
Scott Lee ('09)
. In
the front (l to r):
Carisa McMurtrie ('09)
,
Pat (Cheeseburger) Barry ('09)
,
Kavish
Chandra ('09)
, and
Laura Horsman ('10)
.
Two recent Fine Arts graduates had their work
selected for a special exhibition at Studio 21 Art
Gallery in Halifax, NS.
Olivia Cusack ('11)
and
Emily LeMesurier ('11)
joined a select group
of graduating art students from across Canada in
the exhibition stART, held this spring.
Faculty/Staff
Jim Cole
, Mount Allison comptroller from '63-
'73 writes, "I am now retired and my wife and
I live in San Francisco and maintain a summer
home in Mahone Bay. About a year ago I became
involved with the Clipper Round the World Ocean
Yacht Race. I've sailed for over 35 years, but ocean
sailing is very different from the sailing I've done
in the past. I spent three weeks at a UK training
facility getting accustomed to the yachts and
loved every minute of it. There will be 10 yachts
competing in the race from 10 different
countries. When I sail on the Canadian entry, I
will be the oldest participant to ever compete in
the race. I will join them in New York in June 2012
for the final leg of the race, New York to Halifax
to Derry, Ireland to Northern Europe, and then to
the finish line in the UK."
Former music professor
Patricia Grant Lewis
Elliott
recently completed her musical record-
ing entitled, An Afternoon Musicale. This new
CD features Patricia on piano and was recorded
in her home in '10. It was recently launched at
Sackville's Fog Forest Gallery.
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