Charlene (Taylor) Johnson (’06) is a foreign service officer with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration in the Bahamas. She also got married in a private ceremony in July of this year. Elisabeth (Wallace) Frost (’08) and her husband John Frost (’09) met at Mount Allison and were married on campus. After completing their Master’s in biology and international relations respectively, the couple has founded a software development and creative design agency together – Frostbyte Interactive, based out of Wolfville, NS (www.frostbyteinteractive.com/). Grant Harding (’07), son of Gordon Harding (’74) and Suzanne (Brewer) Harding (’79), exchanged wedding vows with Julie Cruikshank (’10) on a maple farm outside Ottawa, ON on Sept. 20, 2014. Also in attendance were Alison (Brewer) Stobbs (’81), Gwyneth Price (’07), AmyLynn Kitchen (’09), Sara Williamson (’09), Andrew Gwyn (’11), Stephen Smith (’10), and Caitlin (Somers) Wright (’10). Kate LaFrance (’08) and Ellen (Melvin) Snider (’88) were two of 32 national finalists in CBC’s Canada’s Smartest Person. Emma Hicklin (’09) completed her MLIS degree at Dalhousie University in 2011 and is a librarian at the Jules Leger Library, Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa. Jonathan Sheppard (’01), Parks Canada’s first manager of Sable Island National Park Reserve, played host to two Adventure Canada cruise expeditions in June 2014 as part of a pilot project exploring how to accommodate visitors to the remote island in the Atlantic Ocean. One of the tourists was Jill (Hemeon) Rafuse (’73), who travelled to Sable with husband Bill to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Sable Island became Canada’s 43rd national park in 2013. Amy Dryer (’02) was nominated among the Top 40 Under 40 this year in Calgary. On Sept. 20, 2014 Kimberley Hindy (’03) and Christopher Goodwin (’04) were married in a small surprise ceremony in front of their families and closest friends at Massey College at the University of Toronto. Christopher and Kimberley met at Mount Allison as members of Opera Workshop, and played the lead roles in 2002’s Windsor Theatre production of The Beggar’s Opera. A number of Mount Allison alumni were present, including Bruce Campbell (’67), George (’74) and Sheila Goodwin (’74), Wesley Bates (’76), Katherine McDonald (’76), Chris Goodwin (’80), Amanda Wasylishien (’03), Laura Coombs (’03), Elissa Gelleny (’03), Matthew Rowe (’03), Wilson McCutchan (’05), Anthony Hampton (’05), Alexandra Manthorpe (’05), Adam Daley (’05), and Chol Akuany (’07). Anne Mather (’04) received her Master’s of Engineering degree on Nov. 18, 2014 at the University of Toronto. She continues to teach Math, Science and French at Willowwood School in Toronto. Laura Reinsborough (’05), founder and director of Toronto’s Not Far from the Tree was one of 40 women recently named a change maker by Canadian Living magazine. 2010s In support of Mount Allison’s great season of football the MtA alumni attending the Atlantic Veterinary College got together to show their Mountie Pride. Left to right: Kathryn Butler (’13), Matt MacFarlane (’13), Kaitlin Fitzpatrick (’12), Katie O’Hanley (’11), Ellen Milley (’07), and Elizabeth Sperry (’10). 35