Still living in Nashville, Andrea Ward Antone works as a physical therapist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in the surgical intensive care unit. She loves her job but thinks she is starting to feel her 60+ years and wants to come up with a plan for her future activity. This summer Andrea looked forward to the births of two more grandchildren, which will give her a total of five. Her son, Jamie, has been stationed in England with the Air Force, and Andrea was excited to travel there to meet one new baby. The second baby will be closer to home as Andrea’s daughter Becky lives in eastern Tennessee, where she works as a pediatric nurse. Andrea’s youngest daughter, Lindsay, is in the middle of her clinicals for her physician assistant master’s degree and will graduate this December. * An example of “It’s a small world” comes from Charley Bolger, whose daughter recently moved to Waterville with her husband, who now works for Colby. They lived on campus over the summer in Mary Low, one of Charley’s old dorms, and hope to buy a house near campus. Charley now has great reasons to visit Colby more often. * In February Janet Hansen traveled to the United Arab Emirates to re-accredit the architectural program at the American University of Sharjah. She returned via England, where she met her daughter for a few days of touring. Janet’s youngest son, Jonathan, spent the summer as a ranger at the Boy Scouts of America Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. Janet’s travel plans for the summer included visits to New Mexico as well as to the Navajo country in Arizona, where her father was born. * Kevin Cooman is very happy with the culmination of his “career case,” a 10-year-long civil rights case. Now he and his wife have time to relax and enjoy being grandparents; their first grandchild was born last January. * Elizabeth “Binkie” Cammack Closmore was excited to celebrate her 60th birthday camping on the Mississippi River, watching wave after wave of Neotropical migrant birds travel north and recalling fond memories of her early birding days as part of the biology groupies at Colby. * Charlie LeRoyer and his wife spent two weeks last September hiking the 115-mile Haute Route from Chamonix, France, to Zermatt, Switzerland, followed by 10 days at a cottage in Provence. “It was a trip of a lifetime! The Swiss Alps are amazing!” They climbed passes to 10,000 feet with some daily elevation gains up to 5,500 feet. Charley retired last January after 32 years as a physician assistant in orthopedics. He planned many miles of summer bike riding, including two century rides. Charley stays in touch with other Phi Delts Dan Sexton, Mike Harris ’76, and Bob Walsh, who all hoped to have a PDT reunion in Portland in August. * Susie Gearhart Wuest, who enjoys being your class correspondent, and her husband traveled to visit their son, Eric, in Los Angeles in June and had a great trip. Susie is happy to have her first year as a DAR chapter regent behind her. Being in charge of a group, running meetings, and public speaking were not things she ever envisioned doing [and doing well, so she has been told]. So never say never!