Jonathan Hiltz helped coach son Brady’s Cal Ripken 9U tournament last summer. They were Maine state champs and made it to regionals in Chelmsford, Mass. * Last August Shana Dumont Garr, a curator at Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Mass., was a scholar at the Clark Art Institute’s research and academic program. She was part of a group working on joint exhibitions with curators from the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Fitchburg Art Museum. *
Katie Frank checked in from Kampala, Uganda, where she’s worked at the U.S. Embassy in the Foreign Service as a health development officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development since 2016. Shortly after Katie moved to Uganda, she found fellow Mules Pam Landry Teichman ’77 and Andrea Taylor Gavin ’03. Pam and Katie worked together in the health and HIV office at USAID, and Andrea was working for the State Department. * Meg Watson reports that she is now a divorced, single mom happily living with her two kids and returning to a career in education in Olympia, Wash. * On Jan. 23, 2019, Ezra Dyer wrote a piece that was published in Popular Mechanics on my (Lindsay Hayes Hurty) car-loving son, Patch Hurty, that went viral! Subsequently, Patch and I were featured in a piece on the CBS Evening News and were invited to go to Ford World Headquarters in February! * Looking forward to reconnecting at our 20th reunion in June. Keep the updates coming!