I will begin with a correction to the summer 2012 news. Web Anderson visited Paul Wescott, not “Paul Scott,” in Portland. This was a spell-check error in Web’s news. Paul has since seen the Andersons in N.H. and had plans for dinner with Bob Grindle in early August. Paul retired in September 2011 after 35 years CEO of Howell Laboratories in Bridgton, Maine. He also practiced law for 21 years, with extracurricular activity as a trustee of the University of New England (and received an honorary degree there in 2006). Now he is on the board of the Maine Historical Society. He has eight children and 14 grandchildren. Like many retirees, he is interested in his genealogy and will travel to Devon, U.K., to seek his origins in the 1600s. Paul and wife Peggy plan to limit their travels after years of travel all over the globe. * John Lee is back from a two-week cruise to Bermuda, the Azores, Granada, Valencia, and Barcelona. His grandson is home from Afghanistan and now in Missouri, and his daughter is safely home from Iraq. * Quinn and Ruth Sheehan Bersani are still active in volunteer activities at Brooksby Village in Peabody, Mass. They often see Barbara Cheeseman Hooper ’52. Quinn and Ruth cruised from Boston along the Maine coast in September. They stopped at Colby, as a lot of us (me included) did this summer. * Bob and Claire Macy Dubis sold their home in Naples, Fla., and returned to Chatham, Mass., where she has family. Her daughter’s husband is in his second deployment in Kuwait and Afghanistan. The rest of her family keeps busy in their construction business on the Cape. She and Bob enjoy the children and the outdoor pool, but no more golf. She calls these times ‘the metallic years,’ “You have silver in your hair, gold in your teeth, and lead in you’re a–.” Claire sees Joey Leader Creedon occasionally, but she doesn’t hear from other classmates. * Ginnie Falkenbury Aronson added a little about her trip adventures with Carolyn English Caci. They went on a memory tour, stopping on Memorial Day weekend at Carolyn’s family grave sites. That took in not only Mass., but also N.H. Their news in our last column told about their visit to see Mark ’54 and Lorraine “Larry” Walker Powley ’54, but added that they had lobster five more times that week in Maine. Their trip ended in Portland, where they visited Carolyn’s first great-grandchild and took many four-generation pictures. * Almost all the notes this time said they were looking forward to our 60th reunion, June 6-9, 2013.