As we write this column, the reunion committee is working to make the 45th a memorable weekend for the Class of 1967. This is also the year most of us will turn 67 years old. We may be adding another birthday, but we’re nowhere near slowing down! * Charlotte Killam has traveled a lot to visit family and friends, and she enjoyed a gathering of cousins that celebrated her grandparents’ 100th anniversary (Nov. 9) in Kents Hill, Maine. She even had the dress and marriage certificate to add special memories. Charlotte is part of a summer lunch program, now in its 14th year. It provided 2,500 lunches over a six-week period. A worthy project. * Mark and Sue Barden Johnson retired in 2011 but have not been home much. They have only 150 miles left to complete the 800-mile Arizona Trail but found time to hike from North to South Rim of the Grand Canyon, hill country in Texas, and high altitude acclimation in Colorado before hiking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu. When they finished all that, they still had energy to join a hiking group in Sicily. (Way too aggressive for most of us, but sounds wonderful, Sue!) When not hiking, they cruised from Ft. Lauderdale to Rio and up the Amazon. They also enjoyed visiting with family and friends. Sounds like they will continue to be very busy in retirement. * Betty Coffee Gross still summers in Unity, Maine, and visited Colby several times last summer. Her father turned 97 last December, so it’s hard for her to make long-term plans for reunion. * Sandy Miller, after all these years, is still making silk scarves. She sold 2,054 in the last six years. She lives in Mass., makes things for her store, and takes care of her 93-year-old father 24/7. She is a one-woman assisted living facility. The store is doing the best ever, so Sandy is very busy and, when not at the store or tending her father, she loves time with her three granddaughters. * Sarah Shute Hale is officially a pensioner, having retired from one of her regular art shows, which was held Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. She enjoyed the holiday with her grandchildren. Sara continues to be busy with her art and community activities in the village of Arden, Ont. While she won’t make our reunion, she did visit Colby last September during a road trip with a friend and enjoyed seeing the growth. * Ann Russell Starr is in a transitional phase. Her husband, an attorney, retired five years ago, and Ann decided to retire from her teaching position at Oakton High School in northern Virginia. After visiting a variety of places in the past several years, Ann and her husband have chosen Hilton Head for retirement. The new house is close to the beach, tennis courts, golf courses, and biking trails. Ann’s daughters are in the last semester of grad school. * Martin Gliserman is in his 40th year teaching at Rutgers and may just go for 50. Martin wanted to attend our 45th reunion but will be in Paris at a conference. He continues to practice as a psychoanalyst. His son just passed his Ph.D. qualifying exams. * Joanna Snyder Richardson is acting manager of scholarly information, Division of Information Services, Griffith University (Australia). In December she was awarded the 2011 Director’s Award for Outstanding Achievement. * We hope to see as many as possible at our 45th reunion, May 31-June 3. Register online at www.colby.edu/reunion to join the fun!