ing as an animator for children’s television shows ever since. My most recent work has something in common: Mount Allison! Ruth Cameron (’90) teaches high school SEVEN DECADES 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. FOR been on a show called Justin Time for Guru Studio in Toronto. Last December I got the good news that I had garnered a nomination in the category outstanding achievement, character animation in an animated television or other broadcast venue production for the Annie Awards, the animation industry’s version of the Oscars. My work was up against animators from Nickelodeon, Lucasfilm, and Dreamworks. I traveled to Los Angeles and got to walk the red carpet alongside the best in the business.” Karen (Davidson) Arsenault (’96) was chemistry at Indian River High School in Springdale, NL and Murray Park (’97) teaches high school chemistry at O’Donel High School in Mount Pearl, NL.” 2000s Steve Maynard (’00) and Candice Hayman (’00) welcomed their first child, son Luke Alan Maynard, on March 12, 2012. It was a chance reunion when Drew Dudley (’01) and Erika MacLeod (’10) met recently chosen for a YWCA Moncton 2013 Women of Distinction Award. Having worked in the wellness and fitness industry for nearly 20 years, Karen represented the health and active living category. up at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Drew was speaking at a TEDx event at the school and Erika is completing her MA in global communication. “Why get a room, when you can get a home?” 55 Bridge, Sackville, NB E4L 3N8 MARSHLANDS INN John-Kevin Flynn (’99) writes, “After teaching high school chemistry and math at Ascension Collegiate in Bay Roberts, NL, from 2001-08, I was seconded by government to lead the province’s Grade 12 exit exams in science and math. Recently, I worked with two chemistry teachers on a validation of the provincial chemistry exam. Once the three of us started talking about our post-secondary schooling, we realized very quickly that we all had Ellen Creighton (’03) was named execu- 1-800-561-1266 See us at E-mail: tive director of the New Brunswick Liberal Association this spring. 38 / Summer 2013 / RECORD