The Cambridge Senior Volunteer Clearinghouse in Cambridge, Mass., awarded the Beverly Benner Cassara Award in June to Judy Norris of the Women’s Center in Cambridge. Established in 2008 and named after Beverly, the award recognizes a senior volunteer who “embodies Beverly’s unique and long-term commitment to the ideals of productive aging, lifelong learning, and the understanding that volunteering is an enduring resource for the entire community.” Beverly received the first award in 2008 and remains active with the organization. * Dana and Harriet Nourse Robinson moved to Concord, N.H., six years ago to a continuing-care facility called Havenwood-Heritage Heights. It’s a special place with numerous activities. They found a single story home across the street from Harriet’s sister, Fran Nourse Johnston ’49, and her husband. The move worked out well, as one son in Portland and another in Middlebury visit more frequently than when the couple lived in Florida. When they made their last trip to China, in 2002, Dana and Harriet attended the opening of their oldest son’s law firm. He arranged a major 80th birthday party for Dana, which was attended by their Chinese friends whom they met during the 1993-97 period when they lived in Beijing. Sadly, Harriet died Aug. 15 and Dana died Sept. 17. They submitted this news before they both passed.