First I must mention that after having such a great time at our 40th reunion at Colby last June, a few of us decided that we would try to get together in Boston in the fall. And we did! Janet Veasey McLetchie, Norma Ouellet O’Reilly, Stina Reed, and I got together at Norma’s home in Wellesley Hills in November for a night out in Boston. It was wonderful and we thoroughly enjoyed each other’s company—we still have that “Colby connection.” We’re planning another mini-reunion in New York City in the spring and plan to include more Colby alums. * Ruth-Marie “Rhee” Griswold Fincher, a retired professor at the Medical College of Georgia, is the first woman to receive the Association of Medical Colleges’ Abraham Flexner Award for Distinguished Service to Medical Education. Kudos, Rhee! * Barbara Senges reports that living on the shoreline in Connecticut was tough during Hurricane Sandy, but she had no major damage at her home. She retired at the end of March after 38 years, which made it much easier for her to deal with Sandy’s aftermath. She’s adjusting well to retirement by spending a lot more time with extended family and friends. She enjoys teaching two days a week at her temple religious school and hopes to get back to France in the spring of 2013. “It will be the first time since my year abroad with Colby in 70-71!” Hope that you get to do that, Barbara! * Thanks everyone, and be well.