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John will be listed in the next edition of "Who's Who Among America's Teachers."
Arlene co-edited a recently published book, "From Betty Crocker to Feminist Food Studies: Critical Perspectives on Women and Food." Another book, "Through the Kitchen Window: Women Explore the Intimate Meanings of Food and Cooking," has just been reprinted.
Charles has been named director of the Wayne County (NY) Veterans Service Agency.
Karen Steinberg Hack recently retired as library specialist II in the reference section of the Mesa Public Library, Los Alamos, NM. She will continue volunteering in the Friends of the Library Book Store. She resides with husband, Alan, retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory. They have two grown daughters.
Andrew was awarded the Legal Technical Innovator of the Year Award by Hewlett Packard on Jan., 30, 2006, for his technical work in the NY Legal Malpractice Blog, and in creating a "paperless" legal office through extensive scanning and digital retention of legal documents. Blog can be found at .
Mark is represented by the Frank Brockman Gallery, Brunswick, ME.
Leah (now Layah) Rubenstein has established Redstone Ceramics in Stamford,CT, to display and sell her works.
Kathryn, a science teacher at West Genesee High School, Syracuse, NY, recently received her national teaching certification.
Kimberly, of Iverton, CT, has joined the staff of The Spa at Norwich Inn, Norwich, CT, as weddings and special events coordinator.