Andrea Uyeda ‘87
is the owner of ediBOL and currently cooking up weekly meal kits with fresh ingredients and introducing new flavors to some favorite comfort foods. Weekly orders include two menu items (feeds family of 4, 6 or 8) and includes FREE local delivery. Add in a bottle of wine or beer to accompany this great meal. Check-out EdiBOL
to order or be added to the weekly menu email list.
Dominique Porter Wallace ‘98 and her husband, Peyton, recently welcomed a baby girl, Philippa “Pippa” Edith Ann Wallace.
Monica Olson (Manalo) ‘99 and husband, Jeffrey, welcome their first baby --- "It's A Boy!" Hayes Taylor Olson born June 2.
Kate Baratta Vourvoulis ‘01
and husband, Adam, are owners and winemakers of a new winery, Vin de California
in Pasadena. They will also open Good Luck Wine Shop
in Winter 2020 and bring natural wines from around the world to the Pasadena area.Katrina Jesena Barron '02
and husband, Jordan, recently welcomed a baby girl, Isabella Betty Barron, on March 10th. Eldest son, Louie, is already a great older brother!
Sydnee Cua ‘07 recently joined the MJS Alumni Council.
Sean Smith ‘12 was recently named a finalist for the Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award at Connecticut College. This award recognizes the accomplishments of collegiate lacrosse players from Divisions I, II and III. Sean demonstrated dedication, leadership, kindness and sportsmanship.
Myria Chen '14
is the author and illustrator of "Be Gone, Coronavirus!"
She currently attends Columbia University in New York City.
Gage Detchemendy ‘16 was accepted into the Honors College at Purdue, as a first-year Engineering student and received a national merit scholarship.
Brendan Pernecky ‘16 signed with Duke to play football.
Evy Favretto ‘16 has committed to play volleyball at St. Olaf College.
Taylin Yankovich ‘16 has committed to play softball at George Washington University.
Luke Swanson ‘20,
started an organization with some of his friends called “Black Kids Who Care.” They write, “As black teens, we wanted to take action to help end the racism our community faces.” Their goals are to “spread awareness, get other black youth involved, and donate to businesses and families in need.” Follow and support on Instagram and TikTok @b.k.w.c.