Class of 1994 Summer 2021 Class Note

Beth Watson Calhoun 
13 Panacea Lane
Otisfield, ME 04270

Stacey Stump
3771 Jardin Street
Houston, TX 77005

Greetings, classmates!
We hope you are all well and enjoying the summer. Hopefully life is returning to something closer to normal where you live. It has been a very strange year, but we are so happy to see the covid vaccine rollout going strong and infection rates dropping in so many parts of the country. Did you make any big changes this year? We would love to hear how this crazy year has treated you and yours – any surprise positives to report? 
Andy Spaulding has been selected for the Maine Running Hall of Fame. Andy was a middle school, high school, and college runner with a collegiate career-best time of 31.35 in the 10K. After college, Andy continued to excel at running. In 2001 he was the state of Maine’s top finisher in the Beach to Beacon 10K in Cape Elizabeth with a time of 31:29; the following year he won the Beach to Beacon Maine Men’s division again with a time of 31:26. Andy lives in Freeport with his wife, Katie, twin sons, Will and Eli; and daughter, Josie. He is a senior account manager for Wellvation, which specializes in corporate wellness programs for employees. 
Kyle Rankin’s latest feature film “Run Hide Fight” was accepted into the Venice International Film Festival. When Kyle realized his passport had expired, he turned to fellow alum, Patrick Doak, for help. Patrick works for Sen. Angus King, whose office was able to assist with getting Kyle’s passport renewed so that he could make the trip to Venice. Run Hide Fight is an action thriller about a high school taken hostage by four students. 
Don Erb G, ’05 C.A.S. is the new boys’ varsity soccer head coach at Bangor High School. Don had been the assistant coach at Bangor since 2001 and before that was coach of the Hermon High School boys’ soccer team for eight years.
Rick Manning of LCI is serving on the board of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce. The board consists of 18 business and community leaders, each elected to three-year terms. Ryan Reardon was previously the police chief in Dover-Foxcroft.