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I was elated to see your feature on Ramsey County commissioner Toni Carter [One Day Apprentice, spring]. She’s a terrific human being and I am thankful to have known her since our Carleton days. You should hear her roaring solo singing with the Inspirational Movement choir when former UN ambassador and Atlanta mayor Andrew Young came to speak at Carleton in 1972. Got it on tape. Toni is inspiring!
—Cornell Hills ’74

The Voice article about Jeff Appelquist’s Gettysburg battlefield leadership tour for Carleton students [“On Hallowed Ground,” summer] called to mind our classmate John Krohn ’61, who has been a battlefield tour guide for 18 years. John started guiding tours as a weekend avocation. Now retired, he leads tours throughout the week. However, in winter, when the Carleton students are trouping the grounds, John is in the warmer fields of Key West, Florida. Some years back, our class had a mini-reunion in Gettysburg with John as our host and guide. It was a good time.
—Larry Gregg ’61, Dan Pearson ’61, and other members of the Class of ’61

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