|KEENE STATE TODAY SPRING 2012|
Alberta (Cushing) Patch-Slegaiitis writes, "I spent two months of 2011 in the hospital and rehab having a pacemaker installed, followed by other heart complications. I get around with my walker and oxygen."
Elizabeth Giradet Krynski lives alone in North Carolina in a mother-in-law apartment where she can be independent and prepare her own meals. She has played in the local symphony orchestra, is active in her church, and has written a book of poetry.
Doris Delware Piper can consider herself a movie star these days, because she is featured in the film Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve: The First 100 Years of Keene State College. Doris enjoyed seeing the film for the first time at the Flicks - a delightful movie theatre located at Havenwood in Concord, NH. Blanche "Scotty" Bean Smith also attended but was not in the film due to illness the day other interviews were taped.
Ruth "Bunny" Berry Dodge lives at Havenwood in Concord, NH. She had seen Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve: The First 100 Years of Keene State College before its screening there, thanks to a relative who had sent a copy to her. Bunny enjoyed an ice-cream break with others during the movie.