Circle Mirror Transformation" is directed by Krisha Hoyt and features five local actors - Mary Helan Turner, Art Stoumbelis, Robert Hale, Angel Roy and Mary Lyon
Green (1979), in the introduction of her book, Mary Lyon
and Mount Holyoke suggests that Mary Lyon
, (the founder of Mount Holyoke woman's institution, Massachusettes, in 1835), "An obscure young teacher, without money, wealthy patrons, or influential friends, .
When Mary Lyon
first founded the female seminary in South Hadley, Massachusetts, her primary goal was to prepare women teachers to find respectable jobs so that they could change the world for the better.
, Almira Hart Lincoln Phelps, Mary Gove Nichols, and Russell Trall), to purveyors of domestic advice (e.
The enhanced measures give consumers information to help make decisions about nursing home care," said Mary Lyon
, manager, OMPRO Medicare Quality Services.
A portion of the book examines the life of New England educator Mary Lyon
(1797-1849) and the religious culture of Lyon's Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, which gave rise to strong missionary impulses among its graduates.
Los Angeles author Mary Lyon
, a former radio and television reporter, likens working motherhood to one of those sleight-of-hand experts who can keep a series of plates spinning simultaneously atop long poles.
I have never seen her but her name was Hazel Mary Lyon
and she lived at 1 Ponton Street, Edinburgh.
, recipient of the 2004 March of Dimes Prize -- Greg Gumbel, CBS-TV sports announcer and a March of Dimes trustee -- Michael Roosevelt, Esq.
The ALS Association is delighted to add the ALS Clinic at The University of California, San Francisco to its approved list of ALSA certified centers," stated Mary Lyon
, RN, MN, Vice President, Patient Services, for The ALS Association.
92] Mary Lyon
wrote to a friend who asked Lyon to work with her in the new Londonderry female academy, that her present work made it difficult for her to consider anything else, because "This school has so far been a silent, retired, and powerful means of doing good [ldots] my usefulness might be more extensive here than in almost any other place.
During her year at Mount Holyoke Seminary (1847), for example, her psychic "trials" (40) happened because she was tentative--not rejecting--of orthodoxy under the allegedly oppressive conversion tactics of the school's founder, Mary Lyon