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- Jeanne Mulligan joined the Rehoboth Art League and started painting in acrylics right before she retired. She has been fortunate enough to show and sell eight paintings since then, and she has painted four commissioned pieces for clients. Jeanne enjoys getting back to art, which was her college major in ancient times!
- Noreen Lidston has been selected as a 2022 recipient of the McDonogh Distinguished Service Award, and she will be honored in person on Friday, April 29–the first night of Reunion Weekend.
- For over five years, John Grega had been volunteering as a weekly communion minister for 50 residents at Stella Maris, was offering nine adult courses in scripture at his parish, and was tutoring 11 children in the Reading Partners program until COVID curtailed most of his volunteer opportunities. The Evergreen Museum of Johns Hopkins recently reopened for tours, so John has resumed his work as a docent there (for four years and counting), leading small groups tours of the mansion.