Allison Scola, who is a musician, songwriter, and singer in New York City, has released her first full-length CD, A Braver Kind, a fusion of contemporary pop and Mediterranean folk on which Scola plays piano, clarinet, and the southern Italian frame drum and sings in both English and Italian.
Scott Raffo ’00M (MD) has accepted a post as an attending anesthesiologist at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, N.Y.
James Davis ’99W (MS) writes that he is the president of the New Hartford Central School Board of Education, located in central New York, to which he was elected for a five-year term in May 2007. He is also a history teacher in the Clinton Central School District.
Cara Fox sends a photograph along with an announcement that she married Trevor Fairbanks in July 2008. She writes: “We took a pre-wedding honeymoon backpacking around southeast Asia and China for three-and-a-half months, then came home, got hitched, and started building a house in our hometown of Anchorage, Alaska.” At the wedding at Eklutna Lake, Alaska, were classmates Summer Avery, Lisa Kikuchi, Davian Hoffman, and Christian Ornt.