1930s - 1950s Motifs

Betty C. Butts (IAC 34-36, UW 39-40, IAC St 77-82, IAA St 77-83) celebrated her 90th birthday. She lives in Tulsa, Okla. and enjoys talking about Interlochen.

Nancy (Rynearson) Raich (UW 51) is a member of the Kansas City Civic Orchestra and a member of their Board of Directors.

Richard R. Anderson (UM 54) performs with the Kansas City Civic Orchestra.

Ted Pierce (IAC 54, 56, 58-59) and Earl Bowland (IAC St 58-60, UM 59-60) reunited in Cape Coral, Fla. It has been 50 years since their summer together in 1959 as camper and counselor.

Gerald Sindell’s (IAC 56-59) book, "The Genius Machine: The Eleven Steps That Turn Raw Ideas Into Brilliance," was released in May 2009 by New World Library.

Dr. Louis Goldstein (IAC 58-59, IAA 63-66, IAC St 66-67) is a professor of music at Wake Forest University. His CD recordings of John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes, Dream, and One5, and Morton Feldman’s Triadic Memories have garnered accolades.

Duane DeButts (AS 58) is a founding member of the Dexter Community Band where he played baritone saxophone and lead the group until 2005.