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Colorado CollegeBulletin | December 2006

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Tom Fox’s Semper Fi Marine Corps organization collected 2,800 new toys for children in about 600 families in Lincoln, Calif., last Christmas, and he is gearing up to do it again this year… “bigger and better,” says Tom.

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Clyde “Kipp” Herreid earned the Milton Plesur Excellence in Teaching award in May from the student body of the State University of New York-Buffalo for his pioneering work in applying the case-study approach to learning — traditionally used in graduate schools of study of law, business, and medicine — to teaching science to undergrads. He is the director of the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.

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reunion50th Reunion Oct. 12-14, 2007!

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John Morton of Parker, Colo., lost his wife, Mary Louise, in July. They met on a blind date in Minnesota, were married for 40 years, and raised four sons.

Class secretary:
Nancy Cunningham Pike
217 Cerro St.
Encinitas, CA  92024-4823
mnpike@earthlink.net

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Sara Karloff Sparkman helped program a Boris Karloff festival in San Francisco in June, highlighting 30 of the 170 movies her father made as well as a few home movies, according to an SFGate.com article on May 28. She lives near Los Angeles and runs Karloff Enterprises, which protects the name and likeness of her father, Boris Karloff.

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reunion45th Cluster Reunion Oct. 12-14, 2007!

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reunion45th Cluster Reunion Oct. 12-14, 2007!

Jerry Northern, editor of the American Academy of Audiology’s bulletin, Audiology Today, and its Web site, audiology.org, was the moderator of the keynote program session of the 2006 national convention of the academy in Minneapolis in April. Jerry, a recipient of CC’s 1994 Benezet Alumni Award, is professor emeritus at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

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Class Secretary:
Ben Eastman
2020 Julian Way
Denver, CO 80211
ben_eastman@comcast.net

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The Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem, Ore., opened a retrospective of the ceramics and prints of Frank Boyden in June, and published a 160-page catalog of the exhibition. His work is based on the flora and fauna of Oregon, said a June 22 article in the Newport News-Times, and includes aquatints, drypoints, lithographs, and handmade art books.

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Marsha Hayes Wyly has been reappointed to another three-year term on the North Carolina Board of Landscape Architects by that state’s governor. She is a registered landscape architect in private practice in northeastern North Carolina.

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reunion40th Reunion Oct. 12-14, 2007!

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P.J. Anderson is winding down his law practice in Colorado Springs as well as several land development projects. He lives in Scottsdale, Ariz., in the winters, and has been ranked as high as fourth nationally in age-division tennis in the last several years. • Michael Johnston is scholar in residence at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kansas City, Mo. • Doug King is vice president and general manager of Waters Medical Systems, a division of Zareba Systems, which provides kidney perfusion devices for transplant surgeries and whole blood oximetry products.

Class Secretary:
Jan Metcalfe Mahony
1730 Wood Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907-7355
jamah@adelphia.net

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Linda Pickering Hancock’s watercolor “Madison Bike 1” was juried into the 2006 International Art Kudos exhibition. Classmates can check it out at artkudos.com. • The July issue of National Geographic extensively quoted Jane Lubchenco in an article titled “Loving Our Coasts to Death.”