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cLass nOtes
1930s
On Mar. 17 '12 family and friends gathered in
Sandy Cove to celebrate the 100th birthday of
Lila Gwendolyn Morehouse Quigley
. Gwen
graduated from Mount Allison in the Class of
1933, with a Bachelor of Arts in Education.
While there, she was on the basketball team.
1940s
Marian Perkins ('48)
is featured on a new
web site profiling 27 Atlantic Canadian elder
women activists. Perkins' pioneering work
in the field of alcohol education, rehabili-
tation, and family recovery, as well as with
women in conflict with the law, is high-
lighted on the site. The web site, "Women
Social Activists of Atlantic Canada: Profiles
of Wisdom," was launched last November
and aims to provide information and inspi-
ration for a new generation of women activ-
ists.
http://etc.lib.unb.ca/womenactivists
1950s
Kenneth Ross MacDonald ('57)
of Char-
lottetown, PE, has retired as a judge of the
Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island.
During his 33 years on the bench, he
was Chief Justice of the Trial Division for
13 years. Over the years his community
activities included chair of the Board of
Governors of UPEI, president of the Protes-
tant Family Services Bureau, and the chair
of the Garden Club of PEI. In 2001 he was
appointed to the PEI Curling Hall of Fame.
The Society of Canadian Artists has bestowed
an honorary life membership on artist
Mary Pratt ('57)
.
1960s
John Mitchell ('68)
writes, "I am pleased
and proud that my oldest grandchild Rachel
Cundiff of Calais, ME has been accepted for
admission for the fall of 2012 with a Bell
Scholarship. She will join her great-great-
grandmother
Narene Kilburn (1905)
, her
great-grandmother
Katrine Young ('37)
,
great-grandfather
Hazen Mitchell ('35)
,
grandfather
John Mitchell ('68)
, uncle
David Mitchell ('91)
, and uncle
Geoff
Mitchell ('03)
. All of the above are from
Charlotte County, NB or Washington County,
ME and I hope this long tradition continues
for my remaining seven grandchildren.
Paula E. (Wester) Fowler ('65)
has retired
to Maine (York). She finished school in NY
while husband and children were doing
their things. She chaired many groups in
NY and then in Lexington, MA.
Sweet little
Sackville
on the marsh.
Music, interesting
people, conversation,
little shops with nice stuff,
good food, and a feeling
everything's going
to be okay.
Bring us your boredom,
we'll trash it for free.
The Cultural Crossroads of the Maritimes
1-800-249-2020
www.sackville.com
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