Hi, classmates of the greatest class in history. We made the move from the old campus in downtown Waterville to the new, still-building campus. We commuted to Mayflower Hill by the blue bus. What an experience. Colby has developed into the most beautiful campus one could imagine, and we were the foundation class. Let’s all remember those days and all that have followed. Thanks to great administration, we have memories that will last forever. * Bob Brotherlin attended Reunion 2013 and represented the Class of 1951 along with Cindy and Walt Russell, Lucy and Richard Bowen, George and Priscilla Ford Haselton, and Ed Laverty. Bob said, “Colby is always a pleasant place to spend a weekend.” Bob lives in Sarasota, Fla., but escapes the heat and humidity by visiting Maine in the summer. His daughter lives outside of Augusta, Maine. Y I recently heard from George Wales, perhaps the most lettered athlete to attend Colby with 12 letters in football, ice hockey, and baseball. He was great at all sports and a wonderful friend to us all—he still is. Imagine how difficult it would be to play three seasons that now overlap. He married a wonderful musician and career leader of the music program for Dennison College. Lorraine (Arcese) ’54 is now retiring but will go out with a blast of great performances. * Ted Shiro still plays tennis and chases women, even on the courts. His grandson, Aaron Murray, is the Georgia quarterback and a great pride of the Shiro family. * I recently met with Polly Leighton Robertson at the Colby dinner celebrating our 200th year. Bro Adams gave a wonderful presentation. * Please send me any news about our class. I’ve been very busy working on the U.S. Open Championship at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. We were all excited to host this tourney. * Richard Bowen was privileged to introduce the Honorable Mark Newman ’71, justice of the Essex County Juvenile Court, Lawrence, Mass., when he was awarded the Lawrence Bar Association’s Annual Leadership Award May 4. Richard has had the good fortune to work in his court since he came on the bench in 2002. He is the second Colby person to receive this coveted award. Richard believes he was first several years ago.