Glenna White Crawforth writes: Like many in the Class of ’68, my current focus is RETIREMENT. I’ll be leaving the Boise Police Department, where I’ve been the director of volunteer and internship programs for more than 11 years. Great job, but I’m so ready to retire. To prepare for our leisure time, my husband and I built a house on the Oregon coast for summers and a condo in Palm Springs for winters; Idaho is the perfect place to spend spring and fall. We also got a travel trailer, so we’ll explore the U.S. and Canada too. With three grown kids but no grandchildren, we’re spending our money on us! * Hope Jahn writes: I continue to sing with Sounds of the Seacoast Barbershop Women’s chorus. We came in first in an area contest in 2011 and second in an international contest in 2010. We perform several times a year at various venues and have two annual shows. Joy of my life, it is. * Al Gray (aka “Hootie”) attended his son Chris’s wedding in Danbury, Conn. Chris, 28, works for Bearingstar Insurance Agency. His wife, Kara, teaches in New Milford, Conn. Wonderful weekend with family and close friends. Al writes: Chris is the first of our three children to get married. Oldest daughter Erin, 31, came home from Berkeley, Calif., for the festivities. She’ll soon be a licensed marriage and family therapist and has been in California about eight years. Youngest daughter Julie, 22, works at The Learning Experience (daycare center) in Concord, Mass., and lives in Lowell. My wife, Donna, and I have been married for 33 years and live in Concord, Mass. In 1988 I started my own insurance consulting firm, Alan Gray, Inc. based in Boston. We now have about 65 full-time employees and work primarily for insurance companies in the commercial claims and litigation areas. Donna also works at the company in accounting. Would love to connect with alums in the area. * Rick Moriarty says: I still work at UMass medical school but have cut down my schedule. We love grand-parenting! My wife and I had an adventure last January when we started out on our dream vacation to see the pyramids and cruise down the Nile. Unfortunately, we got caught in the revolution and were evacuated after our camel ride and visit to the sphinx—what an experience. We were evacuated to Athens and spent several wonderful days there. We hope our next trip will be less stressful—might try Libya or North Korea. * Barbara Brown writes: I have retired from my special education director position and am looking forward to a relaxed future. I’ve been interested in writing a novel for some time and hope to get started on completing one this fall. My golf game has been my primary interest this summer. It’s now or never if I don’t improve soon. I had a video of my swing taken and that was interesting! I stay busy with my three grandchildren in Idaho and visit as much as possible the two in Carlsbad, Calif. Idaho is a long way from Colby, so I rarely see anyone from the days on Mayflower Hill. It would be great to hear from anyone who ventures this way. * Bob Kulp’s wife, Margaret, died in June. Our condolences to Bob.