Hi folks! Nita Hale Barbour attended the 60th in June and said, “Our reunion committee did a great job of providing for our aging group. The campus was sparkling and so welcoming. I also had a delightful afternoon reunion Aug. 3 with Beverly Cushman Pratt and Joyce Root Laubach at Bev’s home in Bangor. We were roommates for four years, starting at Foster Hall on the old campus and continuing at Louise Coburn on Mayflower Hill.” * Carolyn Stigman Burnham writes, “Nothing too exciting—just another boring summer in our little Raymond home and beautiful beach on spectacular Sebago Lake. Stop by in person to chat or visit our website (wind-in-pines.com).” * Evelyn Walker Mack writes that in June, “A friend and I took a 20-day cruise in the Mediterranean. We visited Italy, the Greek Islands, Athens, Turkey, Sicily, Monaco, Spain, Palma de Mallorca, and Tunisia. (Got a history lesson about Hannibal crossing the Alps. It seems that he and his men rowed the elephants from Carthage to Spain and departed for Rome from there.) Highlights of the trip were a day in Rome and seeing flames at the top of Mt. Etna.” * Dick Chamberlin and his wife live on the shores of Salmon Lake in Belgrade, Maine, year round. This summer they enjoyed riding around the lake in their pontoon boat. They usually see eagles nesting on the opposite shore, osprey vying for fish with the eagles, and this summer they watched two loon chicks grow up. “It has been a strange weather year with plants and flowers coming in earlier than usual. Our lake water temperature reached 85 this summer.” Dick arrived at reunion for the Friday class luncheon. * And finally, a message from Betsy Fisher Kearney Caldwell, “Returned on Aug. 24 from three weeks in Europe—a cruise from Stockholm to St. Petersburg, and ending up in Copenhagen. We stayed there a week, renting a car and panicking that we’d hit a biker (there were so many). Great country. Then spent a week in France, where Roy’s son is administering the French program for St. Lawrence University for the year. (Now am doing laundry and trying to recover.) Visited Els Warendorf Hulm ’51 in N.H. on the way to Waterville and Nancy Nelson Cedrone in Md. on the way back to Ala. It was great seeing so many at reunion.” * And from yours truly, I sure hope that none of you have suffered in the path of Hurricane Isaac, which blew and rained its way through the Gulf Coast regions. Nature has certainly not dealt happy blows this summer! Hope the fall will be good to all.