Friday, November 4, 2016

Happenings on the Emerald Path


Jason "Aeston" Rosa and Jen "Areni" DeNardis-Rosa announce the birth of their son, Justin Timothy Rosa. Born on 7/28/16 at 9:58pm, weighing in at 7lb 4oz, measuring 20.5", and already hitting events with his parents.

Photo Credit: Jesse Gifford


Proud parents Natalie "Natalia" England and Jarrod Nichols welcomed son Alan Joseph Nichols on August 26, 2016. Making his appearance at 5:03pm at 6lbs, 12oz; everyone is happy and healthy!




Elizabeth Lark entered the world on September 22, 2016 at 3:11am, weighing in at 6lbs, 6oz, joining big sister Gwen and parents Kelly (Twenaria) and Jay (Graham).  Alert, bright-eyed, and beautiful!




"Arriving in grand fashion" on October 14, 2016 at 1:46pm was Sarah Heather Pushee, the newest player in the Pushee clan which includes Janna (Iawen), Ian (Magus Bright) and big sister Danielle. Coming in at 7lbs 13oz and  22 inches and ready to take on the world!



And in other, non-baby news: 

Alex "Imari" Sargent will be embarking on her next adventure in June as a Natural Resource Management Extension volunteer with the Peace Corps. She will be working with the Malawi Department of Forestry and Department of National Parks and Wildlife in Africa. We will miss her this summer but wish her the very best of luck with this amazing opportunity!




Masha "Moriah" Rozman and Siena "Lyanna" Biales of Ashenmark are currently living in Tubingen, Germany where they spend the next year studying abroad, taking classes and working on getting international internships. Siena is also blogging about her adventures abroad, which you can read about here.

Nataliya (Shader), Masha, and Siena



Marcy "Yimmit" Muscatell (of Invictus) and Jordan LaFontaine were married on August 6, 2016 in a beautiful outdoor ceremony. Congratulations to the happy couple, and best wishes!




Angela "Phoenix" Gray recently joined the board of the United Way, and is also a panelist and a member of the planning committee for the upcoming "Making It Work in Windham" summit, which promotes family-friendly workplace policies.You can read more about it here. Congratulations Angie, and best of luck.

Photo Credit: Robyn C. Nielsen











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