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Scott Cameron ('88, '89)
Jay Foster ('90,
Taunya Pynn-Crowe ('93, '94)
MacKillop ('96, '97)
Brent MacPhee ('97)
Carolyn (Benedict) Nickelo ('03)
, and
Ebbett ('06)
Kevin Estabrooks ('83)
writes, "I have
just been appointed the regional director
(Atlantic region) for the federal department
Public Safety Canada. I am now working in
Dartmouth, NS, so any folks on that side of
the bridge, please look me up for lunch!"
Betsy (Kelly) Akin ('83)
, director of the New
England collaborative for the March of Dimes,
who resides in Rhode Island (daughter, Claire
Akin is also a first-year Mount A student) and
Laurie Alexander ('83)
, director, strategic
policy and international relations, Intergov-
ernmental Affairs, Province of Nova Scotia,
successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro,
Tanzania at 7:14 a.m. on Feb. 23 '12.
Lisa (Allen) Wilson (BA '88, BEd '89)

recently completed a Master of Education
in curriculum and instruction from Acadia
University. While working on her degree,
her research was published in Becoming
a Teacher published by Pearson and used
in Bachelor of Education programs across
Canada. Lisa has taught primarily English
at the secondary level for 23 years.
BFA grads
Rayma Hill ('81)
Carey ('91)
recently met at a party in
Toronto. Rayma is an art teacher at Park-
dale Elementary School and Stephen, who
taught high school art for many years, is
now principal of Blessed Mother Teresa
Catholic Secondary School, which is starting
a regional arts program in Sept. '12.
Patrick Lo (BFA '92)
has been appointed
associate professor at the Graduate School
of Library, Information, and Media Studies,
University of Tsukuba in Japan in spring '12.
Darryl Wood ('97)
Sarah (Chapman)
Wood ('98)
are pleased to announce the
birth of their second son, Jackson Lucas
Wood. He was born on Mar. 19 '12 in New
Glasgow, NS weighing 7lbs9oz. Big brother
Joshua is also very excited about the new
arrival and enjoys helping out with the
new baby.
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we have had a special relationship
with the people of Mount Allison
University. We have welcomed
prospective students and parents;
celebrated graduations; hosted
reunions; and accommodated
alumni, visiting lecturers, honorees,
and board members. We are a
pre-Confederation Victorian home
with 18 rooms and a fine dining
room. We are a proud supporter of
Mount Allison.
"Why get a room,
when you can get a home?"