Kathleen Felsted Matson ’64

Posted on March 22nd, 2014 by

p1070794.jpgKathleen Felsted Matson ’64 has been volunteering across the street at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, helping the kids learn about plants and dirt. She built up 500 hours of volunteer work in Prospect Park ( the Central Park of Brooklyn) with clean up, raking, planting and painting. Kathleen recently joined a shuffleboard league! A young couple from Florida created The Royal Palms shuffleboard facility (complete with pink flamingos on the bathroom walls) geared for 20-30 somethings. It’s working except for our addition. I’m impressed with the strategies involved in this game. She has been the assistant costume design person with a local Brooklyn theater group. They’ve just complete “A Little Night Music” and “Medea”. Kathleen plays bridge once a week with her son, and Bernie (who’s 96) and a gal friend her age – it makes for an interesting evening. She continues to play scrabble, swim, go to the theater and movies and walk around the city on a regular basis, and went on some longer hikes in the fall, upstate NY, to watch the leaves turn. Kathleen is in the choir at Advent Lutheran Church in Manhattan, and also heads the greeter/ushers and coffee hour there. She visits her 3 grand girls in the DC area whenever she can and gets to Minneapolis to see her mom, sister and the Gustie Gals.

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