|KEENE STATE TODAY SPRING 2010|
Claris Head Lacey is a proud graduate of Keene Normal School. She called to say thank you for the birthday card to celebrate her 101st birthday last October.
Harriet Richardson Ames, who passed on January 23, had a dream of earning her bachelor's degree. She accomplished her goal three weeks after her 100th birthday and received her diploma from Keene State College. Harriet's story was carried around the world in newspapers, on the radio, and on TV. The College is very proud of Harriet and her determination to receive her degree.
IN MEMORIAM: Harriet Richardson Ames '31
IN MEMORIAM: Iva L. Stiles '31
IN MEMORIAM: Muriel Woodward Burbank '32
IN MEMORIAM: Flora Koehler '32
Doris McQuade Rebidue of Milford, New Hampshire, enjoys the Golden Circle letters because she can keep up with some of the happenings at Keene State.
Alberta Patch Slegaitis is looking forward to attending Reunion 2010, when she will be celebrating 75 years since graduating from Keene Normal School.
Our sympathy goes out to the family of Alta Perkins Jursa. She and several of her siblings were graduates of Keene.
Thank you to Bernice Adams Michaels for writing a letter to the class about Reunion 2010. It's nice to have so many willing to help.
IN MEMORIAM: Evelyn L. Nute '35
Bernice Bookstrom Miller and Norma Wright Walker '51 visited recently at Havenwood. Bernice is as pretty as ever.
Ferne Coffin Fogg lives with her daughter Judy and Judy's husband. Judy has some health problems, so Ferne is glad to be there to help.
Ellen Hartshorn Grauer looks forward to receiving Keene State Today and the Golden Circle letters. She feels it keeps her up to date about events on campus.
A letter was received from Trudy Emerson Carmichael, who resides in Nashua. Trudy, at 93, is able to get around without a cane. Good for you, Trudy!
Doris Delaware Piper, Blance "Sottie" Bean Smith, and Audrey Wells Curren all expressed pleasure in receiving cards, letters, and their copies of Keene State Today.
Marion Truell Sabin, who lives in North Carolina, says the weather is as cold as New Hampshire. Sometimes she wishes she still lived in Florida.
IN MEMORIAM: Virginia Garlow '37
Ruth "Bunny" Berry Dodge and her husband have settled into their apartment at Havenwood in Concord. They missed going to Florida but are enjoying life at Havenwood.
Helen Marison writes from Rochester that she enjoys being remembered on her birthday by the Alumni Office and receiving Golden Circle letters.
IN MEMORIAM: Franklin "Chick" Annis '39