Sherborn, Mass., resident and businessman David Sortor ’56 received the Frances Borger Klempner Award for significant contributions to seniors in his community. Sortor has served as vice chair and chair of the Sherborn Council on Aging and was a driving force for Sherborn Home Meals, a meal-delivery service for homebound seniors. ♦ Artist Jane Melanson Dahmen ’63 conceived of and is host of Talking Art in Maine, a series of conversations with artists and curators who have made substantial contributions to the arts in the state. Presented in Damariscotta, the series began in April with guest Sharon Corwin, director and chief curator of the Colby Museum of Art. ♦ Peter Ives ’65 recently published A Meeting House for the Valley, about the five meeting houses that have graced Meeting House Hill in Northampton, Mass., since 1655. Ives was pastor of First Churches in Northampton for 21 years, making him the congregation’s longest-serving pastor since 1827. A proponent of social justice, he made First Churches one of the first “Open and Affirming” churches in western Massachusetts. ♦ Washingtonian magazine listed Lynn McKinley-Grant ’69 among its 2014 Top Doctors in the specialty of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, laser rejuvenation, and body and facial rejuvenation.