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Bonnie Ashmore-Davis’ exhibition “Origins,” a series of paintings and prints derived from molecular diagrams of the chemotherapeutic agents used to treat her Stage 3 breast cancer, were displayed last spring at the Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church, in Danvers, Massachusetts. The exhibition depicted how cancer became an unexpected and unconventional muse for Bonnie, and how the creation of these works became a healing process for her. Deborah Schneider Brant was named one of The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Women of the Year. Through her efforts as development-committee chair for the Cincinnati Ballet and a board member with Most Valuable Kids, more than 7,000 underprivileged children have attended a ballet performance for free. Chris Edelson’s new book, “Power Without Constraint: The Post-9/11 Presidency and National Security,” was published in May 2016. Chris is an assistant professor and the director of the Politics, Policy and Law Scholars program at American University’s School of Public Affairs. Attorney Eva (Shafir) Engelhart lives in Bellaire, Texas. She is married with two sons: Joseph, 16, and Zachary, 13. Stephanie Lehman Schutzer is keeping very busy in Tenafly, New Jersey, with her husband, Eric, and three children: Phoebe (6), Brooke (4) and Jordan (2). She is the partner in charge of the matrimonial practice group at law firm Hartmann Doherty Rosa Berman & Bulbulia.
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