As a child, Debra Fraser-Howze learned that community members take care of each other. For decades, feet on the ground, Fraser-Howze has put that conviction into action, serving the underserved. In January of this year, having amassed the support of public health officials, nonprofit and private organizations, and most importantly a powerful cadre of Black clergy from five cities, she launched Choose Healthy Life, an initiative aimed at tackling the COVID crisis in Black communities.
Writer, author, and storyteller John L. Moore mines the Moravian Archives to delve deeper into the stories of Pennsylvania's first peoples. He has donated 14 of his books to Reeves Library.
The Book Collector
For Eric Ruskoski '69, the pursuit of a career had many unpredictable changes in direction, eventually leading him to become one of the founding entrepreneurs of a very successful business, but his love of literature was a constant.
A Maine Life
The Gray Jay
My favorite Maine motto is "The Way Life Should Be," and on this day it couldn't have been truer.
By Ron dePaolo '64