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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?"
ceremony at a friend's home along the pictur-
esque LaHave River, NS. After a honeymoon in
California, England, and Scotland, things have
settled back to normal."
Carol A. (Colborne) King ('79)
received a Master of Education in Technology
Integration from Mount Saint Vincent University.
She has been teaching senior mathematics
in Oxford, NS for the past 31 years. Her daughter
Virginia and son Milton are both currently
attending Mount Allison.
Phil Fine ('80)
married Alison Diane Jones of
Palm Harbor, Fla., in Ozona, Fla, on Jan. 18 '11.
Dr. Terence Dawson ('81)
was recently
appointed Head of the Keyboard Division at
the UBC School of Music. He began his 20th
year of teaching at UBC in Sept. '11.
Well, there is a first time for everything. On July 30,
Jeff Honey ('86)
was married to Irene Brenner
at an outdoor centre in Mansfield, ON. Irene
proposed to Jeff for his 50th birthday. Among
the many guests in attendance for the three-day
party were a dozen Mounties, from left to right:
Stewart MacNeil ('87)
Donald MacFadyen
Sheumas MacNeil ('84)
Patricia Alward
Wendy "Cat" Mackenzie Gray ('85, '86)
Irene Brenner,
Jeff Honey ('86)
Karl Flanders
Kelly (Brown) Shelden ('84, '85)
"Dale" Shelden ('85)
Anne Nichol ('86)
, and
Murray Nichol ('89)
. Missing from the photo was
Jennifer Chadwick Vriend ('81)
Dr. Debbie Hornsby ('86)
has been named
the Director of Academic Affairs at the Hawaii
campus of the University of Phoenix. Prior to
becoming the director, Dr. Hornsby was the
Chair for the College of Education.
In Oct. '11, Earnshaw Books published
Campbell's ('98)
first book, Red Rock: The
Long, Strange March of Chinese Rock & Roll. Jon
recently returned to Toronto after living for 10
years in Beijing, China.
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Dean Burry ('94)
was recently awarded the
Louis Appelbaum Composers Award by the
Ontario Arts Federation. The $10,000 award
recognizes excellence in a body of work by
an artist in the field of music composition for
young people. He wrote his first musical and
opera while at Mount A in 1992 and 1993.
A note from Mount A grads from around the
Blake Mann ('95)
(left) and
Lebans ('82)
at an industry dinner at Kens-
ington Palace, London, U.K. in Sept. '11.