Greetings from mid-coast Maine! The Colby campus is buzzing with the question of “Who’s it going to be?” The task of replacing Bro Adams as president is daunting as well as timely, coming during the bicentennial year. Considering our two centuries of successes, the academic prowess of the present, and the visionary promise of the future, we are all hoping for a great new leader. Our trust lies in the presidential search committee. * Now, the class notes. Dave Roberts was back in Maine in June, July, and August, enjoying his home in Waterville and the Jefferson cottage. Perhaps, before returning to Minnesota, he’ll re-learn how to pronounce “Havener, Cuber.” He says, “Stay young and happy!” * Carol Smith Bianchi Brown has had an average life. She’s had two husbands since Colby but is now a widow. She has five children, 10 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. She retired from a bank in 1995 and since her husband’s death has volunteered at several organizations. Carol lives in a farming community in Illinois, west of Chicago. * John Reisman was planning to be in Maine for three weeks in July. He intended to see some Colby people, so he’ll likely have more news next time. He also hoped to see the new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at the Colby Museum of Art. * Dick and Diane Reynolds Wright made the decision a few years ago to leave Milwaukee after 40 years and join two of their sons and their newly formed families in Minneapolis. When one son and his wife had twin boys, Dick and Diane came to be a part of their lives. They purchased a duplex and live with their youngest son and his wife and her daughter. Although their social life has diminished, there’s plenty to interest them in Minnesota, the best of which is spending time with family. They do spend time in Colorado skiing and biking, although at a slower pace and on carefully chosen days. * Marilyn Faddis Butler enjoys playing tennis four times a week, singing alto in her church choir, and playing duplicate bridge. She figures it all exercises both mind and body! * Happy summer to all!