Louise (Robb) ’60 and Art Goldschmidt drove from State College, Pa., to Evansville, Wis., to attend the wedding of their younger son, Paul, and to give the newlyweds a few pictures and other stuff as they continue to downsize their possessions. New editions of two of Art’s books about Egypt will be published this summer, even as events in the Middle East continue to make them obsolete. * Ronnie and John Shore planned to go to Colby in July to celebrate the new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at the Colby Museum of Art and the installation of the Lunder Collection, which puts Colby in the top tier of college and university art museums in the country. The collection should make Colby a destination for visitors from around the country and, hopefully, the world. * John and Denny Kellner Palmer went on a fabulous trip to the Inside Passage of Alaska in the summer of 2012. They boarded a small boat in Juneau with about 35 others (it was supposed to take 100+), so the crew numbering about 30 made for a wonderful ratio. They kayaked from the boat, hiked into the rain forests and glaciers, and saw whales, bears, and lots of different kinds of birds. The food was excellent. The trip was organized by a group called American Safari that Denny would highly recommend. They spent the rest of the summer at their cottage on Panther Pond. They had an annual visit from Aaron and Cyndy Crockett Mendelson and loads of family visits. Denny loves winter in Maine (the more snow the better), but she and John also love to golf, so they did manage to escape to Stuart, Fla., for the month of February. * Gladys Frank Bernyk is now a breast, lung, and skin cancer survivor. When cancer was found on her right lung—caught early due to CAT scans following breast cancer—she was not eligible for long surgery, which sounds pretty grim anyway, so she was given treatment by state-of-the-art cyber-surgery. Cyber-surgery delivers pinpoint radiation and involves no pain. The oncologist and a physicist plot the directions/angles the machine moves in on a computer. So far the reports are very good. The skin cancer was just a basal cell on her face. Gladys said, “My life has some restrictions, but I am a fortunate woman with a supportive and loving family.” * Jack Pallotta has spent time with Joan (Crowell) ’60 and Skip Tolette, Beverly (Johnson) ’60 and Keet Arnett, Bob Marier ’60, and Karen (Beganny) ’63 and Skeeter Megathlin. There were many laughs and lots of fun. * It’s hard to believe that next year is our 55th reunion. Let’s make it a good year for news.