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Class Correspondent

It’s hard to imagine that life can reboot at age 76, but Marty is living proof. He recently relocated his architectural and interior-design practice after 42 years in Manhattan. He and his son Bryan, also an architect, have established a new office in the Bronx. Marty and his youngest son, Noah, purchased an 18-hole 150-acre golf course in Palmetto, Florida. The semi-private facility will be re-branded as the Moccasin Wallow Golf Club. Extensive work is underway to upgrade the greens and fairways, and modernize the clubhouse. Noah, a professional golfer and caddie, has served as a teaching pro at many top courses in the New York metropolitan area. For his part, Mike reports that he and his wife, Judy, met up with Sue and Steve Candell, and Sue Goldberg and her husband, Jerry, for their annual mini-reunion.

Janice Regolsky Babcock is an artist whose sculptural assemblages are represented by the Butternut Gallery in Montrose, Pennsylvania. Maccabi USA President Ron Carner was honored for his dedication to his organization at the launch event for a $12 million campaign to send Team USA to the 20th World Maccabiah Games in Israel in 2017. Arthur Glasgow, G’16, and his wife, Marian ’63, G’16, are enjoying retirement in Newton, Massachusetts. They attend yoga classes five or six times a week; volunteer; and enjoy the area’s cultural, gastronomic and geographical riches. All their children and grandchildren live nearby. Their two oldest grandchildren, including Daniel Glasgow ’16, graduated from college in the spring, and two more are in college. Bruce Litwer and his wife, Vicki, spent three months in Europe over the summer, visiting France, Italy, Switzerland and Malta, and cruising on the Douro River. They returned home to Miami on their 23rd cruise with Oceania. Sharon Pucker Rivo, co-founder and executive director of the National Center for Jewish Film at Brandeis, was profiled in Hadassah Magazine. She told the publication her mission of finding, preserving and showcasing Jewish film is similar to “a treasure hunt.”

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