Beech Tree Connection Magazine 2017

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A Magazine for The Independent Day School Community

Fall 2017 Field Day 2017 Photo by Elizabeth Hepner


Reflections from the

Head of School Marijke Kehrhahn

Welcome to the 2017 Beech Tree Connection! During my 22 year association with IDS, as a parent, a volunteer, and a trustee, I never had the opportunity to be part of the IDS community every minute of every day. My first year as Head of School has opened my eyes to the power of our lively, engaging learning community to produce excellence in each and every student. Many of you reading the Beech Tree Connection have experienced this power – as a student at IDS, as the parent of an IDS graduate. Whether you graduated just a few years ago or walked our halls in the 70s, you would recognize our school today as having the same dedication to hard work and collaboration that you experienced, building character and compassion, maintaining optimism for the future, and enabling today’s students to become tomorrow’s leaders. While you read in the following pages the many ways that IDS is growing and changing, remember that the foundation upon which our school was built and of which you are a part remains strong and true – empathy, compassion, respect, connection, responsibility, and love. I hope you enjoy reconnecting with IDS through the Beech Tree Connection stories. Come and see us – our door is always open! With Warm Regards, Marijke

Beech Tree CONNECTION Christine Foster, Editor Barbara Doyle, Graphic Design Charlie Mugford, Contributor

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Centers of Excellence

Although IDS has always emphasized these skills, the school has

embarked on an ambitious effort to more intentionally develop and connect these important subjects by creating four Centers of Excellence: Global Citizenship;

Creative Arts; Environmental Literacy; and Design, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. These centers are a core element of the Strategic Plan adopted by the IDS Board of Trustees this year.

IDS faculty members have been the driving force behind the Centers, identifying and designing these essential areas of focus and determining exactly what form the Centers should take moving forward. Here are more details about each one:

Center for Design, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship This Center is comprised of three separate creative spaces (Ideation Studio, Tech Lab, and Maker Lab) that work together to form a highly-energized setting where students work in tandem to identify problems, negotiate options, and fashion solutions. There are no sidelines in these studios, as every student rolls up their sleeves and eagerly enters the marketplace of ideas with the goal of helping to build that “better mousetrap.” The skills introduced and developed through design thinking are the very skills that are now encouraged and coveted by cutting edge industries and companies looking to succeed in an increasingly complex and highly nuanced world. IDS was one of the first schools on the east coast to embrace “design thinking.” A faculty member traveled to Nueva School in California in 2010 to learn about the process and see their design lab before launching our own here.

The assignment was to create a shamikhuur — an instrument that is a hybrid of a Japanese shamisen and Mongolian morin khuur. There is no pattern, no road to follow, but there is a design thinking process — identify the goal, brainstorm, build a prototype, experiment and adjust to improve The Class of 2017 raised more than $20,000 toward renovation your design. At first, eighth-grader Elena and upgrades of the three spaces included in this center. These might have grappled with the unfamiliar improvements should be completed by the end of November 2017. feel of a saw in her hands, but over the course of a semester she grew comfortable handling the maker lab tools and designed a Center for Global Citizenship and Cultural Studies beautiful, functional instrument.

Looking beyond our local environs and exposing students to the wider world has always been a priority at IDS. A second language is introduced in the earliest grades and the study includes ample exploration of culture through songs, art, food, and more. The Center for Global Citizenship and Cultural Studies aims to build on that base by using language listening centers, live global Skype interactions, and a curriculum designed to promote cultural understanding and empathy. | 860.347.7235

Centers of Excellence

The Center for Global Citizenship and Culture Studies will eventually be located in a newly-equipped Kehrhahn Community Room. To improve the utility of the room and to give the room a global stamp, we hope to include a language lab, library, music center, and art display, as well as new tables and chairs that improve flexibility for the space and new seating options. We have decorated the space with a wall-size world map and hope to add global values, banners, and ways to display our community’s global presence.

Center for Creative Arts IDS has a long history of strong arts programs. Classroom plays produced in kindergarten through fifth grade prepare students to shine in middle school musicals. A visual arts curriculum that is coordinated with the offerings at each grade level gives every student a chance to learn about the history of artistic expression and try their own hand at a variety of different techniques. The theatre program is lucky to have a spectacular home in the Galluzzo Performing Arts Center, but the dreams for the future include enhancing that space and creating and improving additional visual arts spaces at IDS. In Galluzzo, the vision is to do an acoustical renovation of the band room, build more attractive storage in the dance studio, and add cosmetic touches to bring beauty and inspiration to the lower Galluzzo. The hope is that eventually, the program might add a recording studio and a portable stage. To celebrate the visual arts, we see a renovation of the art studio as essential, and would also love a gallery space to show student work.

For kindergarteners, just stepping up onto the stage in the awe-inspiring Galluzzo Theatre is a milestone. Most schools assume children this young can’t make a fulllength show with costumes, cues, and songs that come to life on their own. But after weeks of practice, sweet sixyear-old Beni (above) and his classmates stepped onto the stage and wowed us! They were secure in their lines and clearly enjoyed themselves as they shared about ecology in a 45-minute, original class play.

Center for Environmental Literacy Referring to environmental stewardship, Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Of all the questions which can come before this nation…there is none which compares in importance with the great central task of leaving this land even a better land for our descendants than it is for us.” For almost 250 years, Americans have worked to strike a balance between utilizing and preserving our nation’s natural resources. More often than not, balance was elusive, leaving the scales tipped in For generations, our students the direction of use and even exploitation. have explored the 33 beautiful With this in mind, IDS is developing the Center for Environmental Literacy with the goal of teaching our students about the need for the responsible and sustainable use of our nation’s resources. Utilizing our beautiful 33-acre campus, miles of nature trails, science labs, and two spectacular water features, IDS students learn by immersing themselves in the environment. The Center for Environmental Literacy wishes to develop our property to provide more and varied spaces in which students can learn about our environment and how to care for it. Our ideas include building an outdoor classroom, increasing dock space on the pond, building blinds to allow for naturalistic observation, completing the rain barrel pump on the EC playground, and building covered bulletin board stations on the nature trail.

wooded acres and winding nature trails that comprise the IDS campus. Director of Physical Education Janet Sisson fully embraces the school’s unique setting and continuously works to expand the offerings each year – recently adding snowshoeing, mountain biking, and even a fishing derby, so students can both grow comfortable with and appreciate what it takes to preserve our immediate surroundings and the world beyond. | 860.347.7235

IDS Spotlight

This powerhouse group earned offers of admission from the following schools: Avon Old Farms, Berkshire School, Cheshire Academy, Cheshire High School, Choate Rosemary Hall, Cushing Academy, Darrow, Forman, Gunnery, Hall High School, Hamden Hall, Hopkins, Kingswood Oxford, Loomis, Mercy, Middletown High School, Miss Porter’s School, Saint Andrews, Salisbury, Suffield Academy, Taft, Watkinson, Westminster, Williams, and Xavier, with several earning prestigious merit scholarships. We will miss the Class of 2017, but feel certain that they will make their mark and represent IDS well at 17 different public and private high schools next year.

Members of the Class of 2013 enjoyed a Mexican fiesta together in June. Congratulations to them on their high school graduation and best of luck as they head off to college, gap years, and other new adventures!

We were delighted to welcome more than two dozen alumni representing the classes of 2011 through 2016 back for our Annual Alumni Softball Game against the graduating eighth graders. It was a beautiful day for the game and we loved to see familiar faces floating through the halls.

Our middle schoolers and Janet Sisson are lucky to have some experienced golfers, including former IDS trustee Frank Granger, join them for practices during the spring. We are grateful for their continued connection with IDS! | 860.347.7235

Early Childhood

PLAYGROUND For many years IDS’s Early Childhood playground looked like many others. It featured a commercially manufactured play structure, a sandbox, and a plastic playhouse - fun, but static in terms of the kind of play it encouraged. When teachers, parents, and kids were surveyed about their favorite memories of play, they fondly recalled something much more natural and open ended - climbing on downed logs, jumping from boulder to boulder, and splashing about in streams or ponds. Chris Ozyk, a natural playground designer who works at Yale’s School of Forestry, knew that a few strategically placed rocks would make all the difference. The new Early Childhood Playground embraces the natural campus and encourages more engaged, collaborative play. It includes a stairway of big boulders to run down the hillside, a small stream feature through a warren of smaller rocks, and fallen logs to use like balance beams. The kids’ favorite new feature might be the “Lion King Rock”, which allows children to stand high above the playground as Mufasa did when he held baby Simba aloft in the Disney movie. That rock also has a hidden cave where kids sometimes hide treasures found on the playground. The playground was dedicated in loving memory of Cheryl Gusenburg, who died in July 2015, after completing two years as a second grade teacher at IDS. Cheryl’s warmth, wit, and dedication to her students live on in this tangible memorial. The goal is to add some additional features to the playground over the years, continuing to build on the goal of allowing students to engage with the natural environment and to remember a beloved teacher. | 860.347.7235

IDS Spotlight

Congratulations to William Foster ’17 who won the Connecticut National Geographic State Bee. He went on to finish in the top half at the national competition in Washington, D.C. in May.

We’re still talking about the fun we had at the Alice in Wonderland Auction in April. Clearly Kasia Kovalik, Parent ’17, the Queen of Hearts, Trustee Grace Krom, Parent ’08 and the Mad Hatter enjoyed themselves!

Cameron Culton ’17, Emily Gouin ’17, Sabrina Iannucci ’18, and Orr Teva ’19 were recognized this spring for outstanding citizenship, cooperative behavior with peers and adults, and service to school.

Fearless Fitness at IDS!!! Forty-four of our IDS kids achieved the Presidential/Gold Fitness Award this year! Students need to achieve gold scores in each of the following tests: sit ups, sit and reach, shuttle run, pull ups, and age-appropriate distance run. Special recognition went to Francesca Antonopoulos ’17 as the first IDS student EVER who has achieved the Presidential/ Gold Fitness Award every year that she has been at IDS, kindergarten through grade 8! Congratulations to all 44 students: William Pappas ’25, Brianna DeTuccio ’25, Aanshi Thumar ’23, Lathan Ajegba ’22, Anthony Mahr ’22, Phin Merriam ’22, Sarah Staron ’22, Lydia Winkowski ’22, Cristina Antonopoulos ’21, Amelia Bardoe ’21, Clara Drag ’21, Charlotte Iannucci ’21, Ava Jacobson ’21, Henry Pfeil ’21, Elijah Robinson ’21, Hannah Staron ’21, Theo Burrell ’20, Finn McCann ’20, Josey Pestel ’20, Marina Reale ’20, Dava Dudek ’19, Emily Kogut ’19, Noah Ram ’19, Chiu Yen Vergara ’18, Laura Colonna de Lega ’18, Timmy Conroy ’18, Katie Gendrich ’18, Ryan Jacobson ’18, Sabrina Iannucci ’18, Ryan Gerry ’18, Sofia Pfannenbecker ’18, Luke Parkerson ’18, Sofia Karatzas ’18, Sadie Schmitz ’18, Aria Sinnappen ’18, William Allocco ’17, Francesca Antonopoulos ’17, Cameron Culton ‘17, Emily Gouin ‘17, Cole Hadarik ’17, Melissa Hasbrouck ’17, Kyle LoSacco ’17, Elena Parkerson ’17 and Harper Sanford ’17. | 860.347.7235

IDS Spotlight

Always one of our favorite days, Grandfriends’ Day honors the special connection our students have with their grandparents and other special adults in their lives. We are thrilled to welcome more than 200 guests to campus and to share with them our classrooms and our musical offerings. Alexa Pestilli ’25 had her artwork chosen to be displayed by The Connecticut Art Education Association at the Legislative Office Building. Congratulations Alexa!

IDS’s active Interact Club, guided by teacher Chris Ellis, raised $1,043 over the course of the school year to donate to the Rotary Foundation’s work to eradicate polio. The club’s leadership team attended a Rotary Club meeting to present the check and talk about their work at IDS. We are very proud of two of our fifth grade students, Theo Burrell ’20 (above) and Marina Reale ’20 (right), who represented IDS recently at the Connecticut Invention Convention statewide competition. Theo and Marina were two of over 600 participants from all over the state in Grades K-8. Theo created the V-T Plow 1.0 and Marina created the Flour Power Rolling Pin. Science teacher Paula Mansfield was recognized for over 10 years of presenting the Connecticut Invention Convention curriculum and serving her students with inspiration and challenge! Congratulations to Paula, Theo, and Marina! | 860.347.7235

IDS Spotlight

IDS again had a spectacular showing at the regional and national competitions for the National History Bee. Eight students competed in the regionals in two locations: Alexandros Antonopoulos ’22, Amelia Bardoe ’21, Ethan Bardoe ’17, Andrew Foster ’20 , William Foster ’17, Katie Gendrich ’18 (not pictured), Jackson Meisner ’17, and Silas Webb ’20. Ethan, Jackson, William, Katie, Andrew, and Alexandros earned the chance to continue on to the national finals in Atlanta in June and Jackson and William finished in the top eight in the region for their grade. At the National Finals, William earned a spot in the final competition (top 64 students in each grade) and also finished third in the country in his grade on the geography subject exam.

Huge congratulations to Harper Sanford ’17 for her victory at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association National Finals in Virginia in April!

IDS musicians received special attention and recognition from the Connecticut Music Educators Association at their conference in March. Dr. Marijke Kehrhahn and music teacher Jane Mills presented a session on Teaching Chamber Music at the Middle School Level to attendees with the help of Cole Hadarik ’17, Jack Reynolds ’17 and Kyle LoSacco ’17 who played in a trumpet trio; Ryan Jacobson ’18, Luke Parkerson ’18, and Jack Gouin ’18 who played in a saxophone trio; and Emmett Parkerson ’17, Katie Gendrich ’18 and Ethan Ciak ’17 who performed in a woodwind trio. Emmett, Katie and Ethan’s trio was one of eleven ensembles selected from many elementary through high school submissions from across the state to perform as an Honors Ensemble at the conference. Following their performance the Woodwind Trio was presented with an award by CMEA.

Nearly 100 bike racers took to the trails this spring for the Connecticut Cycling Advencement Program’s School Short Track Series Races. Thanks to Janet Sisson for all her work on this event. CCAP (CT Cycling Advancement Program) makes a lasting impact on the lives of thousands of Connecticut youth through the sport of cycling. | 860.347.7235

IDS Spotlight

The IDS Jazz Band and Trumpet Trio both received Gold Awards and the Woodwind Trio received a Platinum Award, the highest award at the Fantastic Festivals adjudication in May. Following the performances, the students received a mini clinic, full of great observations. Members of the Woodwind Trio smiled when Edward Tyler, one of the adjudicators, mentioned to them that he was giving them feedback similar to comments he would give a college level ensemble! Congratulations to all of our performers and to music teacher Jane Mills.

Huge congratulations to Lathan Ajegba ’22, who participated in the National Junior Track Meet in New York this spring. Lathan placed 14th in the 200 meter with a time of 30.28 seconds! Amazing and definitely FEARLESS!!!

Ultimate Frisbee Team finished the season – just their third year as a sport at IDS – without a loss. More than half of the middle school participated in the sport. | 860.347.7235

A Warm Welcome

students and constantly evolving my teaching methods to better serve the needs of my students. I am heavily invested in the arts and have acted in plays throughout my middle school, high school, and college career; I am a proponent of project-based learning based on student interest. I am friendly, creative, analytical ,and a very hard worker. My goal is to help students develop strong problem-solving skills and effective communication strategies and to knit together a caring classroom community. Families are the backbone of the IDS community, so if you see me around the building, please introduce yourself. I would love to meet you!” Audrey Minto (K-5 Spanish) will be joining us as a part-time teacher. Ms. Minto is a native French speaker who was born and raised near Paris, France. She earned a B.A. in Spanish from Paris XIII University. She has two daughters who have been brought up in a bilingual household. They also share her love and passion for languages. A tri-lingual educator, Audrey taught French and Spanish to Lower School and Middle School students for 15 years at The Country School in Madison. Using the experience she acquired over the years, she developed a fun and relaxed teaching approach in which children feel comfortable and thrive learning a language. She enjoys interacting with students of all ages and she feels very fortunate to be able to combine her professional training, her love of languages ,and her natural disposition to teach her students effectively. She is passionate about teaching languages and sharing the culture of the French- and Spanishspeaking countries and is well-embedded in the Connecticut World Languages teaching community. When we met Audrey, we appreciated her enthusiasm for language learning from an early age, her experience, her knowledge of language teaching, and her love of travel – we know she will be a brilliant addition to IDS’s Spanish program.

to OurCaroline New Faculty Mortiere (Grade 3) joins us from St. George’s Independent School in Memphis, TN where she served as the 3rd grade teacher and assistant teacher in 2nd grade. Caroline earned her BA in Child Study and Elementary Education from the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford. She has worked as a teacher assistant at Duffy Elementary School in West Hartford and Desoto County Public Schools in Mississippi. During her visit to IDS, Ms. Mortiere impressed us with the variety of activities she embedded in her lesson on angles and her instant connection with students. From Caroline: “I am so excited to be a part of the Lower School team! I grew up in Northern Virginia, right outside of Washington D.C. I love to go back and visit my parents, siblings, and all of the Smithsonian museums when I can. Connecticut has always felt like my second home and now I am so thrilled to officially call it home. When I am not teaching, I enjoy a wide variety hobbies. I love trying new recipes, spending time with my family, reading a good book, or going to Block Island.” Tricia D’Onofrio (Grade 5) grew up right here in Middletown! She earned her BS in Elementary Education and her K-6 teacher certification at Central Connecticut State University and is currently working on her MS in Reading and Literacy. Ms. D’Onofrio taught 5th grade at St. Thomas the Apostle School in West Hartford and worked as a teaching assistant at Bugbee Elementary in West Hartford. She was a unit director for four years at Camp Ingersoll and is a Princess Party Entertainer! During her IDS visit, Ms. D’Onofrio taught a lesson on extending the use of descriptive language; she made a strong personal connection with our students. From Tricia: “I am thrilled to join the IDS community as the new fifth grade teacher. I have been working with children for the past 8 years in various fields. My strengths lie in engaging

Ryan Gemmell (Algebra/Digital Arts and Sciences) is from Southington, CT. Mr. Gemmell recently completed his M.A. in Elementary Education at the University of Bridgeport and majored in Math as an undergraduate at CCSU. He taught Algebra and Geometry at Avon Old Farms School prior to his enrollment in his Master’s degree program, where he also served as an assistant football, wrestling, and lacrosse coach and a residence hall advisor. We were impressed with Ryan’s knowledge of mathematics, his extensive use of technology in and outside the classroom, his kindness, and his dedication to the development of young people. He is excited to join the IDS faculty and will bring his unique energy and his passion for teaching to both the Middle School and the Lower School. In addition to his assigned teaching duties, Mr. Gemmell will be offering a math enrichment/challenge period once a week to Middle School students who want to excel in math. Christine Masick (English/Theatre) is an educator with over 17 years of experience. She taught English, social studies, and creative writing at Moravian Academy Middle School in Bethlehem, PA for 10 years. Her additional experiences working with students with disabilities as the Testing Coordinator at Muhlenberg College, substitute teaching, volunteering as an elementary school librarian, and tutoring have enriched her philosophy of education to be more inclusive to various types of learners. Ms. Masick’s personal and professional writing experience includes: creating and overseeing the production of Moravian Academy Middle School’s first literary magazine, writing and presenting a creative honor’s thesis at Muhlenberg College, participating in a weeklong poetry conference at The Frost Place in Franconia NH, and delivering several chapel meditations at Moravian Academy. From Christine: “My family and I spent the summer moving from Allentown PA to Madison and have been hard at work on house projects. When not working on renovations, I enjoy reading, hiking, going to the beach, and spending time with my family.” | 860.347.7235

Faculty Farewell

In June, we said farewell to five IDS faculty members. As hard as it is to say farewell to these wonderful teachers, we wish them well as they travel new roads. They have made their unique contributions to IDS as a school and have touched the lives of our students in many memorable ways. Their names are written on our hearts; we know they will always be friends of our little school.


rann Ravid began her career at IDS in 1988, teaching first grade for two years. She returned in 2002 as our Pre-K teacher and over the past 15 years has served in that capacity as well as an Early Childhood Science teacher, a Middle School English teacher, a Middle School Math teacher, a Middle School Advisor, the Associate Director of Admissions, and the Head of Lower School. Throughout her career at IDS, Ms. Ravid has, in her own words, “aspired to challenge students as they explore areas of strength and support students as they work through struggles.” As a school, we have relied on Frann’s dedication, intelligence, integrity, and thoughtfulness to help us build strength and solve problems. A kind and caring teacher who has always strived to do her best, Frann is leaving her indelible mark on IDS. We wish her much happiness on her new adventure.


aureen Dorsey began her IDS career as a long term substitute in fourth grade in 2000. We are so happy she stayed! Mrs. Dorsey taught 2nd Grade for 12 years and has taught 3rd Grade for the last five years, teaching well over 250 IDS students during that time. Maureen has contributed her expertise to help so many students learn to love reading and to read well. To all who know her, Maureen brings kind-heartedness, devotion to children, and the best sense of humor to each day. Fortunately, she will be staying on at IDS part-time to provide Learning Center services and to guide our new teachers. Maureen states: “IDS holds a special place in my heart. I have the utmost respect for my IDS colleagues and count them as closest, dearest friends. It is with mixed emotions that I have decided to work part time. It will allow me to continue what I value doing most, helping to support students in their educational journey, and to devote more time to my family.”


amie Guite joined the faculty of IDS in the fall of 2015 as the Middle School Theatre teacher, teaching subjects such as puppetry, public speaking, and acting. Ms. Guite has enriched the after-school theatre program, teaching dramatic arts to EC and LS students. She has pushed our middle schoolers to explore self-expression, teamwork, and creativity while challenging themselves to step outside their comfort zones. A fun-loving, goaloriented teacher and mother of three (including twin 3-yearold boys!), Jamie will be leaving IDS to pursue her career in organizational consulting. We wish her all the best!


amela Guidi arrived last fall at IDS to serve as an Assistant Teacher for Grades 3-5 and to teach computer tech skills to Lower School students. Ms. Guidi demonstrated a willingness to jump in wherever needed and supported the learning of many students during her year with us at IDS. We appreciate Pamela’s contributions to our school community during this all-too-short year and we send her on with our best wishes.


driana Castillo taught Spanish K-5 (and sometimes 6!) for 12 years at IDS. Señora Castillo, a native of Colombia, brought her love of Spanish language and culture to our school along with her unique brand of enthusiasm and sense of fun. She encouraged IDS students from the earliest grades to make presentations in Spanish at All School Meeting, building their confidence in their capacity to communicate in a second language. She organized several trips abroad for IDS students and families and was always a great tour guide. We will miss Señora Castillo and we wish her all the best at The Country School! She will always be a part of the IDS community. | 860.347.7235

Class Notes Rich Gibbons ’79 lives in San Diego, where he is the president of SpeakInc. the largest speaker bureau in the Western United States. Scott Messinger ’79 is the vice president and general counsel of the Wyss Foundation in Washington, D.C. He writes, “IDS was an enormously important part of my childhood. I was a student there from 1971-1979.” Scott’s younger sisters, Abby and Rachel, also attended IDS and his mother was the school’s music teacher in the late 70s.

April Guidone ’94 has a new start-up called Parlaey (www. a marketplace where professionals can hold informational interviews, give advice, and offer career coaching (no more free networking!), Parlaey allows you to charge a fee for your time — think LinkedIn meets Airbnb. Rachel Huff Papke ’94 spoke at this year’s IDS graduation, sharing her experience finding her passion working for the Jordan Porco Foundation. Tony Scelfo ’96 and his wife Eryka welcomed twins, Teagan Lee and Preston Cooper on March 29. The babies join big brother Garrett Nero, 2. The family recently moved to Colorado, where Tony continues to work for Google. Sarah Nichols Grundy ’97 gave birth to a second son, Colin Andrew, in September 2016. He joins older brother Brendan. Sarah, her husband Derek, and their boys live in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where Derek works for Reebok and Sarah works as a nurse at a private school. Sarah is the daughter of long-time IDS employee Robin Nichols, who enjoys visiting the family in her retirement. Alex Porter ’97 reported, “I’m still living in Seattle and loving it. After eight years of technology/management consulting, I now work at Clear Channel Outdoor as Vice President, Data Management. In my free time, I enjoy traveling and backpacking.” Calvin Garner ’98 and Lelia Yerxa are the proud parents of Eleanor Florence Garner, born December 12, 2015. They live on a houseboat in Seattle.

Jim Rumberger ’79 had a busy summer, making enormous improvements to the IDS campus as the Director of Facilities. We are grateful for all Jim has done to make the campus beautiful and safe. Tycho Peterson ’86 is an analyst at JP Morgan in New York. Matt Zavod ’86 sang the National Anthem at an Oakland A’s games in June. Matt works as an ear, nose, and throat doctor in Woodland, CA. You can hear his performance on YouTube at Elizabeth Johnson ’88 lives in Durham, NC and works as a trauma educator, helping people understand how sexual abuse affects health. “I talk mainly to healthcare folks and educators but also do a free, community-based support group for sexual abuse survivors,” she writes. Her website is www. “As my daughter starts Kindergarten, IDS has very much been on my mind,” Elizabeth writes. “I loved it so much. My mom taught there the entire time that I was there and beyond and I still love IDS. She died in 2015 of complications from ALS.” Danielle Billingsley ’92 and her wife Kathleen Foley now live in Los Angeles, where Kathleen is in her final year of law school at UCLA.

Those of us in Connecticut can thank Josh Moskites ’98 for the cheesy goodness that is his amazing food truck The Whey Station. He was recognized on the national food website as having the best grilled cheese sandwiches in the state. The site called out his “insane gourmet grilled cheese” including one with brie, prosciutto, and fig spread and another with pickled jalapenos and a fried egg. Check him out near Wesleyan, outside concerts at the Xfinity Theater or on the road: Becky Groberg ’99 gave birth to baby Wesley Alander in January 2016. She and her husband Dave live in Burlington, VT, where she teaches children’s yoga. We heard from the mother of Elizabeth Kveton ’99, who reported that Elizabeth was working as a registered nurse at Yale-New Haven on the surgical trauma floor, working toward a spot in the intensive care unit. Allison Wilson ’99 works as a vice president and assistant general counsel at Goldman Sachs in New York. She writes “I am still enjoying living in NoHo in NYC and celebrated three years at Goldman Sachs in June. I recently joined the Steering Committee of a non-profit, Aphasia Recovery Connection (ARC), which is committed to improving the quality of life for people recovering from aphasia and their families and friends.” | 860.347.7235

Celebrating a Special IDS Friendship

Katie Gamelli ’00 and Catherine Guarino ’00 have been friends for over 25 years. They initially met in ballet class at age three but it wasn’t until they were both in kindergarten at IDS that their true friendship began to form. It was during their years at IDS that they found a lifelong friendship. From performing together in the first grade production of Pinocchio to building gingerbread houses in Mrs. Zemetis’s art class to being coached on the basketball team by Ms. Sisson, their connection grew. Although Katie and Catherine attended different high schools and colleges after graduating from IDS, they were never too far away to stay in touch. In fact, they became even closer over the years and have remained the best of friends, experiencing all that life has to offer with each other by their sides. In fact, just this past spring Katie was the maid of honor at Catherine’s wedding. They both look forward to what the next twenty five plus years brings.

Jessie Saunders ’00, was featured in the University of Rhode Island alumni magazine for her work as one of the nation’s few veterinarians who focuses on fish kept in home aquariums and ornamental ponds. Jessie started her practice, Aquatic Veterinary Services, near Santa Cruz, CA in 2013. John Reynolds ’01 and his wife Allie welcomed baby Lily Frances in March. Her proud family includes grandparents John ’69 and Simone and great-grandmother Fran, who was one of the founders of IDS. John, Allie, and Lily live in Wayne, PA, where John works for Vanguard Group.

Leah Gastler ’02 continues to perform on the viola, including at a Farmhouse Concert series at her family’s farm, Kalmia Gardens in Durham. Dan Groberg ’03 lives in Vermont with his wife Mary Margaret. He is director of communications and development for the community services department at the city of Montpelier.

Allie Mansfield ’03 married Brett Morris in August 2016 on Cape Cod. Allie is the regional director of sales for Palm Bay International. Her mom is long-time IDS science teacher Paula Mansfield.

John Gauthier ’04 works as a real estate attorney at Davis & Gilbert LLP in New York City. He lives in Brooklyn with his dog Juniper.

Catherine Guarino ’00 married Dan Flynn in May 2016. Their son Hunter James was born in May 2017.

Jasmine Kehrhahn ’04 hasn’t ever entirely left the stage at IDS. She continues to direct the Middle School musicals (last year How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying) alongside a day job teaching English at Wallingford’s Sheehan High School.

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Case Garner ’05 lives in Georgia where he works for the Atlanta Falcons. Daniel Reynolds ’05 and Alia Shafi will be married on November 11, 2017 in Los Angeles. Brittany Harris ’06 writes “I just moved to Toronto and am enrolling in two programs this fall through the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine. The first is to become a naturopathic doctor and the second is to become a homeopathic practitioner. I am very excited.” Matthew Gauthier ’07 graduated in 2015 from Davidson College and is in his final year of law school at the University of North Carolina. He has accepted a position after he graduates at Dechert LLC in Charlotte, NC. Danielle Harris ’08 graduated last year from Mount Holyoke College. Her sister Jackie Harris ’08 graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. Gus Esselstyn ’09 graduated this past spring from Brown University. He is working in New York as a project manager for Watson & Company. Liam Grace-Flood ’09 graduated from Wheaton College in Massachusetts with a double major in math and studio art with physics and computer science minors. He won a Watson Fellowship to study for a year how creative, collaborative spaces around the world reflect and uplift diverse communities. “When I return from that fellowship, I’ll finish the last two terms of my BE from Dartmouth College in computer engineering, and then begin my MBA at the Yale School of Management,” Liam writes. Lee Houle ’09 graduated this spring from Dartmouth College. Dan Piscatelli ’09 graduated from Amherst College with a major in Political Science. He now lives in San Diego and is working for a company called Cutwater Spirits. Danielle Shubat ’11 is a junior at the University of New Haven majoring in marine biology with a minor in Spanish

Class Notes Ellie Cooper ’13 graduated from Watkinson School and has begun college at Bridgewater State University, where she is studying social work. Lee Diamond ’13 graduated from Westover School and is now at Wheaton College in Massachusetts. Rose Esselstyn ’13 graduated from Kingswood Oxford School and is headed to St. Lawrence University. At the end of her time at Kingswood Oxford, Rose was honored at the YWCA New Britain 2017 Women in Leadership Luncheon for her outstanding achievements, service, and contributions at school and in the community. She pioneered the KO Community Garden, which now includes 24 beds and produces vegetables used in the dining hall. Timothy Halverson ’13 graduated from Hopkins School and will be a freshman at Bard College. Tim won a HALO award this spring for Best Standout Performance in an Ensemble Musical for his portrayal of Jesus in Godspell. Dan Hettrick ’13, Jenny Weiss ’13, and Yavar Moien ‘13 are all beginning as freshman at the University of Connecticut. Dan graduated from Xavier High School, Jenny graduated from Mercy High School, and Yavar graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall. Samantha Houle ‘13 graduated from Miss Porter’s School and is attending Trinity College. Chloe Mulberry ’13 has just begun college at Roger Williams University. She is a recent graduate of Mercy High School. Julien Nicolas ’13 graduated from Williston Northampton School and is starting Bates College as a freshman. Patrick Piscatelli ’13 is headed to Gettysburg College after graduating from Choate Rosemary Hall. Lauren Stebbins ’13 graduated from Westover School and is beginning at Clark University. Taylor Termini ’13 graduated from Mercy High School and is beginning at Sacred Heart University. Taylor, who worked in the IDS Afters program last year, continues to perform and record country music with her sister Presley ’11. Their website is Leander Vergara ’13 graduated from Choate and is enrolled as a freshman at George Washington University.

The Class of 1994 enjoyed a reunion this summer.

Elizabeth Weller ’13 graduated from Miss Porter’s School and has begun college as a marine biology major at the University of Florida. | 860.347.7235

Class Notes Derek Socha ’13 completed a project labeling the nature trail at IDS as his Eagle Scout project. David Marottolo ’14 has been collecting honors as he nears the end of his high school career at Kingswood Oxford School. Last winter he won a top prize at a Choate debate tournament (first place advanced speaker) and qualified to go to World Championships in Sydney, Australia. In the spring, his musical composition, Chanson d’automne was performed at the Young Composer Concert at the Eastern Division Conference of the National Association for Music Education in April in Atlantic City, NJ. Only thirteen compositions were selected for the concert, which makes this a distinct honor. He also won the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Northern Connecticut Prize and the Edith and Saul Shulansky Performing Arts Award at KO’s end of year awards assembly. IDS alums made a great showing at the Connecticut Music Educators Conference in the spring. Emily Dell’Orfano ’15, (not pictured) Kieran Anderson ’14 and Matthew Marrottolo ’16 performed in the All State Chorus and David Marrottolo ’14 performed in All State Band on first clarinet.


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Justin Galluzzo ’05, Madison Strickland ’06, and Blake Buss ’06 have embarked on a huge project – building a shopping center called Plaza Nahualapa, named after the indigenous community in Las Salinas, Nicaragua. The finished complex will feature 10 units, including four that the IDS alums will run: a café, a restaurant called Mad Dog Pizza, a bakery, and a meat market. Justin writes that they were inspired to do this because of “our lifelong friendship that started at IDS.” They are passionate about the difference they can make in this community. “We plan on boosting local economic development while providing products that don’t yet exist in the area,” writes Blake. “We started construction around January and we’re posed to be finished later this year (it depends upon the weather during the wettest months, September and October).

Blake says his early roots at IDS are a major factor in this work. “I decided to do this project because I wanted to work together with friends in an exciting new environment. My Spanish is obviously invaluable here. I really became good at Spanish because Bonnie Laserna was such a demanding t e a c h e r. She really expected the best out of us and we were working on grammar that is usually introduced in high school.” Paul Gaffney ’05 and Case Garner ’05 have visited their former classmates in Nicaragua. | 860.347.7235

2016-17 ANNUAL REPORT Celebrating our Community’s Generosity The Beech Tree Fund (Annual Fund): $85,992

Class of 2017 Legacy Gift (Redo of Technology Lab): $23,969 Spring auction: $60,054

Other donations: $15,759

Total dollars raised: $185,774

Annual Fund Percentage Participation Trustees: 100 percent

Faculty/Staff: 100 percent

 Current Parents: 79 percent Alumni: 4 percent

Past Parents: 10 percent

Number of Donors Total Donors: 216 New Donors: 58

Leadership-level Donors ($1,000+): 34 Alumni

George Antonopoulos and Alessia Donadio Reginald and Myra Bradford Kim and Stephen Clark Kurt Decko and Lana Choi Mara Donadio Caleb Dorf Eli Dorf Gus Esselstyn Rose Esselstyn Catherine Guarino and Dan Flynn William Hunter Jasmine Kehrhahn Jessica Adelman Kogut and Brian Kogut Ian and Shauna MacDonald Charlotte Meigs Joseph Milardo and Michelle McCorkleMilardo Nedra Mirkin Rachel Huff Papke and Bill Papke David L. and Krista H. Reynolds John and Simone Reynolds James and Ann Rumberger Vincent Salabarria Avery Schmitz Doug and Ann Wallace Sharpe Bennett Smith Allison Wilson Jeffrey Woods

Current Parents

Kate Allocco and Gloster Aaron Jr. Adam and Rebecca Abbate Folashade and Anthony Ajegba

Kirsten Anderson George Antonopoulos and Alessia Donadio Daniel Auclair and Diane PlessisBelair Sally Bachner and Stephen Magro Christopher Ball and Emese Gall Matthew and Cheryl Bardoe Mark and Ericka Barnes Sebastiano and Mary Bartolotta Greg and Kelly Bazydola Frederick and Kristen Booth Correne Boucher Ludovic Boure and Jennifer Lansdowne Reginald and Myra Bradford Rebecca Burrell Rich Burrell John and Jill Casertano Xavier and Christine Colonna de Lega Tim and Gabriela Conroy Garret and Susanne Cook Kristina Johnson and Bill Crocker Steven and Karen Culton Candace Cunningham Dipen and Deval Dedania Christopher and Jennifer dePadua Megan and Daniel DeTuccio Elizabeth Peterson and Alexander Diana Paul and Shannon Dietrich Natalia and Douglas Doran Derek and Jodie Dudek Rhonda Feniolo Daniel and Ashley Frazier Shawn and Sherri Galligan

Charles and Jodi Gendrich Kelly and Tyler Gerry Charnaie and Barrington Gordon Brian and Anne Gouin Bryan and Kristen Gras Marc and Amy Hadarik James and Pam Hammond Brett and Julia Hasbrouck Robert and Diana Hinton Rene Roselle and Jeff Hoyt Robin Diamonte and Lori Iannucci Tushar and Roxanne Irani Matthew and Angela Jacobson Michael and Rebecca Kalinowski Rani Arbo and Scott Kessel Jessica Adelman Kogut and Brian Kogut Katarzyna and Alfred Kovalik Michael and Jennifer Krassner Amy Albert and Richard Landers Kevin and Nicole LoSacco Ian and Shauna MacDonald Tim and Jennifer Mahr Penny Slocum and Timothy Manning Holly and Jim Maturo Jennifer and Shawn McCann Stacy and Christian Meisner Emily and Jeffrey Merriam Sheralin Presutti and Ted Michalski Charlie and Katie Mitchell Reza and Yass Moien Karli Moschetto Marina and Gregory Pappas Sandra and Doug Parkerson Michael Pestel Jason and Brie Pfannenbecker | 860.347.7235

Jessica and Patrick Pfeil Heather Phillips Ethan and Jennifer Platt Allan and Heather Ram Raymond and Christina Reale Catie and Phil Resor Bruce and Andrea Reynolds Lorelle Semley and Brian Robinson Barbara and Robert Rojas Barbara Rozanski Walther Mothes and Tilla Ruser Eric and Cheryl Sabetta Christian and Victoria Schunmann Jennifer Scott and Norman Danner Elise Springer Barbara and David Teva Sara Thibodeau Pooja Dedania and Jay Thumar Cate and Zack Tsahalis Fei Wang and Cunegundo Vergara Geoff and Pauline Webb Arlene and Michael Williams Gregory and Stacey Wrubel Tsering Yangzom Kurt and Christine Zimmermann


Carrie Boyce Tiffany Byrne Katy Carlebach Debra Carras Adriana Castillo Laura Cooley Laurie Dickerson Maggie Dolan Maureen Dorsey Barbara Doyle Martha Effgen Christine Ellis Christine Foster Lindsey Gervais Pamela Guidi Jamie Guite Mary Jemiola Margot Kawecki Jasmine Kehrhahn Marijke Kehrhahn Jane Kinkead Dan Kollmer Colin Maher Paula Mansfield Kathy Meyering Jane Mills Charlie Mitchell Ruthann Montgomery Charlie Mugford Michael Pestel Frann Ravid Julia Rorke James Rumberger Christine Schenk Rob Schoen Janet Sisson Madeline Smith Kate Thibodeau Heather Urso Katie Winkowski


Faculty and Staff

Former Employees

John and Jill Casertano Robert and Kellie Coombs Thomas and Robin Nichols


Scott Bistayi Judith and Henry Talbert

Mark Kantrowitz Marijke Kehrhahn Paul and Grace Krom Steven and Susan Liebert Tim and Jennifer Mahr Paula Mansfield Thomas and Elsee McEachin Reza and Yass Moien Thomas and Robin Nichols Jason and Brie Pfannenbecker Frann Ravid John and Simone Reynolds Charles and Margaret Rich Keith and Carolyn Rivers Eric and Cheryl Sabetta Laurel Cole and Christopher Sheehan Catherine Branch Stebbins and Dan Stebbins Fei Wang and Cunegundo Vergara Krishna Winston

Robert and Shirley Carpenter Paul and Janet Culton Mike and Judy DeTuccio Nancy Connell and G. David Foster Virginia Foster Bob Hoyt Quentin and Margaret Kessel Elizabeth and David Lutton Mary and Ned Mitchell Bob and Miriam Mugford Olga Nigretti Stella Pappas Carl Peters Herb and Jackie Peterson Jim and Janet Ramsey Curt and Susan Roselle Barbara Saunders Kate and Reggie Thibodeau Mike and Pat Vargo Iok Meng Wang Barry and Susan Wilson Dave and Lana Winkowski James and Theodora Zafiris

Former Trustees

Gerard and Georgia Adelman Mary and Carl Cavaliere Cathy Kies and Gerald Crean Marilyn and Craig Douglas Anne Bingham and Ted Esselstyn Peter Sipples and Patricia Farrell Juana Maria G. Flagg John and Anne Gauthier David Hyman and Dana Goldberg Ruth E. Kahn Marijke Kehrhahn John and Simone Reynolds Charles and Margaret Rich Krishna Winston

Garret and Susanne Cook Steven and Karen Culton Brian and Kathleen Farrell Dan Flynn and Catherine Guarino Lori Iannucci and Robin Diamonte Robert and Diana Hinton William Hunter John and Anne Gauthier Matthew and Angela Jacobson Tara and William Knapp Paul and Grace Krom Amy Albert and Richard Landers Stacy and Christian Meisner David and Nada Sizemore

Founders’ Circle

Foundations & Corporations Ahold Financial Services Goldman, Sachs & Company Pfizer Foundation The Travelers Companies United Technologies AmazonSmile

Past Parents

Gerard and Georgia Adelman Kirsten Anderson Dan Aramini Laura Radin and Charles Barber Karen Cheyney and Robert Brunell Leo and Jane Buss Mary and Carl Cavaliere Tim and Gabriela Conroy Garret and Susanne Cook Cathy Kies and Gerald Crean Megan Gibson and Matthew Dorf Marilyn and Craig Douglas Anne Bingham and Ted Esselstyn Brian and Kathleen Farrell Peter Sipples and Patricia Farrell Juana Maria G. Flagg David and Christine Foster Allan and Barbara Friedland John and Anne Gauthier Charles and Jodi Gendrich Jim and Jill Harris Robert and Diana Hinton David Hyman and Dana Goldberg Ruth E. Kahn

Gifts of $7,500 or more Marijke Kehrhahn John and Jill Casertano William Hunter Lori Iannucci and Robin Diamonte United Technologies

Beech Tree Circle

Gifts of up to $5,000 Garret and Susanne Cook Steven and Karen Culton Bryan and Kristen Gras Stacy and Christian Meisner James and Theodora Zafiris

Trustee Circle

Gifts of up to $2,500 Brian and Kathleen Farrell David and Christine Foster Catherine Guarino and Dan Flynn Marc and Amy Hadarik James and Pam Hammond Matthew and Angela Jacobson Tara and William Knapp Paul and Grace Krom Tim and Jennifer Mahr Jennifer and Shawn McCann Sandra and Doug Parkerson John and Simone Reynolds Travelers Krishna Winston | 860.347.7235

Head of School Circle

Gifts of up to $1,000 Kirsten Anderson Christopher Ball and Emese Gall Matthew and Cheryl Bardoe Robert and Shirley Carpenter Cathy Kies and Gerald Crean Candace Cunningham Anne Bingham and Ted Esselstyn John and Anne Gauthier Brett and Julia Hasbrouck Robert and Diana Hinton Elizabeth and David Lutton EIS Foundation Herb and Jackie Peterson Jessica and Patrick Pfeil Walther Mothes and Tilla Ruser Eric and Cheryl Sabetta Gregory and Stacey Wrubel

Blue and Green Circle

Gifts of up to $500 Ahold Financial Services Lana Choi and Kurt Decko Christopher and Jennifer dePadua Marilyn and Craig Douglas Martha Effgen Brian and Anne Gouin Charlie and Bevin Mugford Rachel Huff Papke and Bill Papke James and Ann Rumberger Barbara Saunders Laurel Cole and Christopher Sheehan David and Nada Sizemore Arlene and Michael Williams Kurt and Christine Zimmermann

Friends of IDS

Gifts of up to $250 Kate Allocco and Gloster Aaron Jr. Adam and Rebecca Abbate Gerard and Georgia Adelman Folashade and Anthony Ajegba AmazonSmile George Antonopoulos and Alessia Donadio Dan Aramini Daniel Auclair and Diane Plessis-Belair Stephen Magro and Sally Bachner Laura Radin and Charles Barber Mark and Ericka Barnes Barry and Susan Wilson Sebastiano and Mary Bartolotta Greg and Kelly Bazydola Scott Bistayi Frederick and Kristen Booth Correne Boucher Jennifer Lansdowne and Ludovic Boure Reginald and Myra Bradford Karen Cheyney and Robert Brunell Rebecca Burrell Rich Burrell Leo and Jane Buss Tiffany and Matthew Byrne Katherine A. Carlebach Debra Carras Adriana Castillo Mary and Carl Cavaliere Kim and Stephen Clark Xavier and Christine Colonna de Lega Tim and Gabriela Conroy Laura Cooley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coombs Kristina Johnson and Bill Crocker Paul and Janet Culton Dipen and Deval Dedania

Megan and Daniel DeTuccio Mike and Judy DeTuccio Elizabeth Peterson and Alexander Diana Laurie Dickerson Paul and Shannon Dietrich Maggie Dolan Mara Donadio Natalia and Douglas Doran Caleb Dorf Eli Dorf Megan Gibson and Matthew Dorf Maureen Dorsey Barbara Doyle Derek and Jodie Dudek Christine Ellis Gus Esselstyn Rose Esselstyn Patricia Farrell and Peter Sipples Rhonda Feniolo Juana Maria G. Flagg G. David Foster and Nancy Connell Virginia Foster Daniel and Ashley Frazier Allan and Barbara Friedland Shawn and Sherri Galligan Charles and Jodi Gendrich Kelly and Tyler Gerry Lindsey Gervais Goldman, Sachs & Company Charnaie and Barrington Gordon Brian and Anne Gouin Pamela Guidi Jamie Guite Jim and Jill Harris Bob Hoyt Rene Roselle and Jeff Hoyt Dana Goldberg and David Hyman Tushar and Roxanne Irani Mary Jemiola Ruth E. Kahn Michael and Rebecca Kalinowski Mark Kantrowitz Margot Kawecki Jasmine Kehrhahn Quentin and Margaret Kessel Rani Arbo and Scott Kessel Jane Kinkead Jessica Adelman Kogut and Brian Kogut Dan Kollmer Katarzyna and Alfred Kovalik Michael and Jennifer Krassner Amy Albert and Richard Landers Steven and Susan Liebert Kevin and Nicole LoSacco Ian and Shauna MacDonald Colin Maher Penny Slocum and Timothy Manning Paula Mansfield Holly and Jim Maturo Thomas and Elsee McEachin Charlotte Meigs Emily and Jeffrey Merriam Kathy Meyering Sheralin Presutti and Ted Michalski Michelle McCorkle-Milardo and Joseph Milardo Jane Mills Charlie and Katie Mitchell Mary and Ned Mitchell Reza and Yass Moien Ruthann Montgomery Karli Moschetto Bob and Miriam Mugford Thomas and Robin Nichols Olga Nigretti

Marina and Gregory Pappas Stella Pappas Michael Pestel Carl Peters Jason and Brie Pfannenbecker Pfizer Foundation Heather Phillips Ethan and Jennifer Platt Allan and Heather Ram Jim and Janet Ramsey Frann Ravid Catie and Phil Resor Bruce and Andrea Reynolds David L. and Krista H. Reynolds Charles and Margaret Rich Lorelle Semley and Brian Robinson Barbara and Robert Rojas Julia Rorke Curt and Susan Roselle Barbara Rozanski Vincent Salabarria Christine Schenk Avery Schmitz Robert Schoen Christian and Victoria Schunmann Norman Danner and Jennifer Scott Doug and Ann Wallace Sharpe Janet Sisson Bennett Smith Madeline Smith Elise Springer Dan Stebbins and Catherine Branch Stebbins Judith and Henry Talbert Barbara and David Teva Kate and Reggie Thibodeau Sara Thibodeau Pooja Dedania and Jay Thumar Cate and Zack Tsahalis Heather Urso Mike and Pat Vargo Fei Wang and Cunegundo Vergara Iok Meng Wang Geoff and Pauline Webb Allison Wilson Dave and Lana Winkowski Jeffrey Woods Tsering Yangzom

Gifts in Kind

George Antonopoulos and Alessia Donadio Carrie Boyce John and Jill Casertano Karen and Steve Culton Mike and Judy DeTuccio Lindsey Gervais David and Elizabeth Lutton Elizabeth Peterson and Alexander Diana Raymod and Christina Reale Gregory and Stacey Wrubel

Thank you to all of our donors for your generous support. If we have made a mistake, please let us know so that we may correct it in a subsequent issue. | 860.347.7235

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