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Susan (Fielding) Roese

(art) and

Angela (McElwain) Bednarczyk

(psychology) were suitemates at Lycoming.

Angela now is volunteering in Dakar,

Senegal, at a school for deaf children.

She is in the second year of a five-year

commitment to the school to provide

curriculum development assistance and

workshops on teaching strategies. In

February, Sue joined her in Dakar for five

weeks, working with the art teacher to

create projects with the students. At the end

of Sue’s visit, the school held an exposition

that included the art and woodworking

projects and hairdressing demonstrations. 


Tom McElheny

Lynne (Clinch) Hopkins


recently held a jewelry show and sale at

the Station Gallery in Lock Haven, Pa.

She began making jewelry after retiring

from teaching in the Keystone Central

School District.

Sandra Derr

(English and education),

who retired in June 2000 after 31 years

of public elementary school teaching, has

started a new career: picketer for social

issues. She is part of a group that pickets

on the 14


of each month at the National

Rifle Association headquarters in

Fairfax, Va.

William Miller


co-wrote a book in 1991 describing

motivational interviewing, a method of


Motivational Interviewing


now in its third edition, has been

translated into 22 languages and is being

taught by more than 3,000 trainers. Now

retired as a distinguished professor of

psychology and psychiatry, Bill writes

Angela (McElwain) Bednarczyk ’68 and Susan

(Fielding) Roese ’68

Sandra Derr ’69, right


Marbie (Pickles) Foster ’68 handcrafted a clay

miniature form of the college’s President’s House,

which was presented as a retirement memento to

James and Emily Douthat during Alumni Weekend

in May.