Edie Keller, ’86, is finishing her master’s degree in education this summer. She is currently a substitute teacher in the special education departments for her local school district. She and her husband, Jerry Twigg, have two sons. They live in Estes Park, CO.
Alison Omand Shefferly, ’86, visited China with her daughter’s eighth grade Chinese language class. There were 78 kids and adults on the two-week trip. They traveled to Shanghai, Xi’an, Chongqing and Beijing. They also cruised on the Yangtze River. Alison ran into Kelly Wallace, ’86, who was a flight attendant on one of their flights. She lives in Birmingham.
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