Sandra Mayer Zinman still works part time as a children’s librarian in New Rochelle, N.Y., and is active on the boards of two musical organizations—Performers of Westchester and the Westchester Choral Society. Sandy enjoys a busy musical life, attending concerts, ballets, and operas. Her daughter is in physical therapy school, her son works as a businessman, and her grandson Max will turn 10 in June. * John Vollmer and his wife, Diana, met their entire family at the Deer Valley Resort in Utah and skied their hearts out. John thought his days on ski slopes were over now that he is almost 76, but his knees held up for five days of skiing. In March their youngest son, Dr. Mike, is getting married in San Francisco. * Jock and Pat Walker Knowles had dinner with an old fraternity friend, Bill Chapin ’59. Bill also knows Bonnie Brown Potter ’63; they both have houses at Sugarloaf. After more than 50 years it was fun for Jock and Pat to catch up with Bill. In November Pat had another hip replacement, so she has two artificial hips, and Jock has two new knees. Jock feels fortunate to have reconnected with Steve Curley at our 50th reunion. They stay in touch, and Steve is able to keep Jock posted on everyone else. * June Chacran Chatterjee sent greetings from an ayurvedic hospital set among the coconut trees in Kerala, India, where they are enjoying their fourth visit. People from all over the world go for treatment. They’re also visiting Shotu’s family in Kolkata and then renting a house on the coast in Chennai. * James Haidas and wife Frances have two sons—one a trader on the NYSE and the other an attorney with Legal Aid in NYC. The lawyer is getting married in May. Jim is sorry to have missed the 50th reunion, but health issues made it impossible. Happily, he is on the mend and hopes to visit campus in the spring. Jim says our reminder e-mails never fail to bring back wonderful memories of our times at Colby. * Larry Rose left Colby in 1958 and joined his dad in the family painting and building restoration business. When his dad retired, Larry grew the business, doing work for Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, Conn., and many homeowners. When he retired at 67, his sons took over. Larry and his wife, Ann, live in Westbrook, Conn., but spend winter months in Englewood, Fla. They have four children and eight grandchildren. My thanks to Larry for sending news for the first time. I hope more of our classmates do that in the future. * John Wilson is not doing much to better mankind right now, he says, but he and Penny are enjoying life in Sarasota. He played golf with Denny Dionne ’61. They live within a few miles of Mary and Denny Dionne ’61, Norm ’58 and Charlotte Clifton Lee ’61, and Joan and Rush Oster ’61, and they all get together often. John and I were at the Florida Colby luncheon, where President Adams spoke. * In January Eunice Bucholz Spooner was on the same cruise as the baseball cruise Ken Nigro organizes each year. It sounds like they had a really good time. * On Feb. 22 Jane Holden Huerta and her husband, Juan, became grandparents for the first time. YEAH! Son Juan ’92 and his wife, Nicole, had a healthy, adorable little girl, Victoria Ann—and, thanks to Skype, the whole Huerta family, including Uncle Jon ’95, has been able to see Victoria regularly from the first few minutes of her life! * What do you think about a mini-reunion in 2013, when Colby celebrates its 200th?