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•   Peter Porrazzo  3/11
•   Leigh Lockwood  3/8
•   Alan Genteman  3/1
•   Don Zeigler  2/26
•   Robert Shilkret  2/24
•   Lauren Killingsworth (Killingsworth)  2/23
•   Ronald Grim  2/20
•   Cynthia Smith  2/20
•   Susan Morris  2/17
•   Chuck Ashman  2/9
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3 live in Maine
24 live in Maryland
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1 lives in Minnesota
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4 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
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1 lives in Alberta
1 lives in Ontario
1 lives in Quebec
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Croatia
1 lives in Italy
1 lives in Malta
1 lives in Netherlands
5 live in United Kingdom
164 location unknown


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Click HERE for announcement that 2017 Ristow Award winner Lauren Killingsworth earns Gates Scholarship to University of Cambridge. (DEEPEST apologies, especially to Lauren Killingsworth, for my typos in the email I sent on February 28.)

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