Ann Segrave Lieber leads a very busy life on Cape Cod. She is still a Reach to Recovery volunteer, speaking with women newly diagnosed with breast cancer. She was a guest speaker at a recent support meeting, relating her experiences and reassuring the audience that there is life after breast cancer. Ann and Marty continue as volunteers in a local second grade two mornings a week, helping with reading and math. Ann writes a newsletter for their music club and edits another for a foster family program. Singing remains her favorite activity, and she does lots of it in various Cape Cod groups. She and her daughter attended a marvelous presentation by historian Doris Kearns Goodwin ’64. Ann says she “felt prouder than ever of our Colby!” The most significant factor in the Liebers’ lives is their darling granddaughter, Nora, who will be 3 in July. She is beautiful, bright, and funny (says grandma modestly), and a constant source of delight. * Tink Bachelder Weeks had two hip replacements over the last year, but managed to go on a marvelous trip to Australia and New Zealand and loved every minute of it. It has taken her a bit of time to recover, and she really enjoyed all the exciting things offered like balloon rides over the outback and camel rides. She hopes to be able to visit friends again soon in England and Scotland. * Elaine Healey ’62 and Paul Reichert spent January and February in Florida before heading to New Zealand and Australia in March. Both countries and the people are great—well worth the long trip. They planned to attend Elaine’s 50th reunion and then head to Virginia for the high school graduation of a granddaughter who will attend the University of Virginia. * Russ Longley moved up to number three on the Dancers Cup Tour leader board and had a clear shot at number one when, after dancing 65 heats, his feet blew up with severe stress reaction to bone and contusion to soft tissue around a nerve. He’s on the injured list for six to eight weeks with major inflammation and pain. * Gladys Frank Bernyk had a bad year, with breast cancer and then lung cancer—not related. But, God willing, she hopes to take an Alaskan cruise in August with five children, their spouses, two grandchildren, and three step-grandchildren. They all went to Mexico a few years ago and had a grand time. * In May I had a wonderful Road Scholar trip to Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon de Chelly, and Monument Valley. We certainly have a beautiful country. * You’ve been great about sending me news. Please keep it coming.