As Time Goes By … an old song but so true. Once again it’s a pleasure to fill in for Kathie Flynn Carrigan and give you all the news! Kathie had her five-month cast removed from her wrist and x-rays say her head and ribs are fine. We know her spirit is ever upbeat. * Norm Poitras reports that 21 years ago he founded a program to help feed hungry people. Salvaging surplus food from supermarkets and delivering it to the Salvation Army, the program has 100 volunteers or more. They pick up the food daily and last year delivered 1.4 million pounds. His efforts were featured on Wake Up America and at the Harry Chapin Food Bank. “I’m proud to say that 21 years ago we woke up America,” says Norm. Wonderful work, Norm, and congratulations! E-mail Norm (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details. * Dino Sirakides says the oldest son of his own firstborn, Mair Sirakides Hill ’83, finished his frosh year at Tufts. Dino and Buni winter in Palm Desert, Calif., but Glenville, Ill., is still home, as his son, daughter, and six grandsons live within four miles of them. In July Dino and Buni are going to Cooperstown, N.Y., as guests of Ron Santo, the great Cubs third baseman, who will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ron and Dino have played hundreds of golf games over the past 30 years. * John Dutton and Jane recently did the canyonlands trip through Arizona and Utah. They also spent time with relatives at their favorite California spots: Carmel and Monterey. In October they’ll come to New England and see their son and daughter-in-law—I hope we’ll see you! John is a wonderful correspondent with his classmates, especially the ATOs. (As was our dear friend, Lou Zambello.) * Jane Whipple Coddington met Kay Hartwell Philipps for lunch by an old river running between N.J. and Penn. They used to ride there on their bikes but now eat lunch and drink wine. They had so much to chat about that they’re planning a redo before next year. Jane and Chan returned from the Outer Banks, where they reunited with friends they met in Italy. * Archie and Jean Hawes Anderson, Elinor Small Hudson, and Jean Hahlbohm Hampton traveled to grandchildren’s college commencements: Ellie to Hamilton College in N.Y., Jean to High Point in the Carolina’s, and the Andersons to Elon. * Jack and I traveled to Missoula, Mont., to see our third granddaughter graduate with high honors in biology and wildlife studies. She loves the outdoors: skiing, boarding, hiking, rafting, mountain climbing, etc. Our daughter and son-in-law, Phil ’77 and Janet Deering Bruen ’79, took care of grandmother Ann, Aunt Ellen, and three daughters when we all went to beautiful Whitefish as a side trip. The next week, Jack and I saw our granddaughter Suzanne receive her B.S. in nursing and pin from Univerity of New England (UNE). She also took high honors. Am I bragging? Just a little, but it’s okay when they are granddaughters. * Ann Dillingham Ingraham moved to an apartment at Granite Hills Estatein Augusta, Maine, and is enjoying many friends and her two cats. * Jo Bailey Campbell and Dot Dunn Northcott have been in touch with Kathie Flynn Carrigan, and they are well. Dot was told she had the bones of a 25-year-old. That’s really good news, and Dot, you have always been my idol! Bless you all.