Betty Donaldson Cheeley
I will be unable to attend this year's reunion, as I will be in Washington, D.C., with my 12-year-old grandson who just won the privilege of competing in the US National Spelling Bee (I surely didn't learn to spell the words he is studying). Wish us luck!
I had a hemorrhagic stroke three years ago that has severely limited my mobility, so I doubt I'll be able to attend. My thoughts will be with you all. Please keep me in your prayers.
My Mac Memories: I transferred in from Northwestern University as a junior. Starting the college's pipe band my first year and seeing it still functioning 50 years later is a thrill. Earning a varsity football letter my senior year was fun as well.
I'm staying very busy with volunteer work for the Air Force and the Defense Department. The pay is very poor, so I hope to quit soon!
My Mac Memories: Wrestling matches and washing dishes in Kirk Hall Cafeteria!
Nancy Shern Lohmann
I didn't want to miss our 50-year class reunion, but was a bit concerned that I wouldn't know anyone. I lived off-campus, commuting from home, and my closest friends weren't able to come to the reunion. My first stop was the chapel, where we were to be inducted into the Golden Scots. While searching for the first initial of my last name on the floor of the entrance to the chapel (head down), I heard someone shout "Nancy" and looked up to see an old friend. Well, the whole weekend was like that! You will see old friends when you come to the reunion in 2007.