Scottie Brower will be at our next reunion, as she has retired after 30 years of teaching elementary school. Scottie had a rewarding career and is looking forward to the next chapter in her life. * David Aronson also retired after driving tractor-trailer for 40 years—what began as a lark became a career. Dave’s daughter and son have lived in various parts of the country, and he visits them and sees the sites. Dave has moved from his home of 33 years in Needham to his hometown of Brookline, Mass. If you thought that he had given up playing competitive baseball, you don’t know Dave. He continues to run, throw, and hit in a senior league. While Dave could not come to campus for reunion, he, along with Eric Rosen, set up a DU dinner attended by Jim Wilson, Jim Bright, and me (Bob Gracia). * Another new retiree is Barbara Hughes. She retired from the State Department Foreign Service. Barbara visited the Middle East for the first time when she visited her son and daughter-in-law in Dubai, where they currently serve at the U.S. Consulate. * Joanna Richardson has not joined the ranks of the retired. In fact, she was recently appointed associate director, scholarly content and discovery, at Griffith University. Joanna’s new work should keep her busy for the next five years. That will allow her to attend our 50th reunion. * Also in the not-retired category is Rick Sadowski. By the time you read this column, Rick will be married. His wedding was June 30, and they then traveled to Italy and Germany. Upon his return, he’ll continue at his law firm south of Boston. * Bob Field has been engaged in very exciting projects as senior writer for Boston Productions, Inc. He has written scripts for museums and visitor centers including the U.S. Naval Academy and the NCAA Coaches Hall of Fame. You can see one of Bob’s documentary works, The Battle of Fort Montgomery, by searching for that title on YouTube. What fulfilling work for a history major. And if Bob’s classroom experience were not enough of a testament to his Colby years, let’s not forget that he was a varsity baseball player and now coaches a Cal Ripkin league team from Hanover, N.H. * Sally Ray Bennett, after residing in R.I. for nearly 45 years, will move to Mechanicsville, Va., this fall. Sally will live near her twins and enjoy being a close-by grandmother.