Rosemary Blankenship Hubbard ’63 is running for the North Carolina Legislature as a Democrat. “I know I could just be a grandma and stay at home with my flower garden,” she told the Lincoln [N.C.] Times-News, “but I’m distressed by the issues we’re facing.” She believes the most pressing issues for North Carolina are education, the environment, and voters’ rights. * Britt Carlson Anderson ’66 had her book, Are You Prepared? A Practical Guide to Putting Your Affairs in Order, published this spring. Carlson practiced law in Colorado for more than 20 years. * On June 19 on Peak’s Island, Maine, Lawrence Furbish ’68 was installed as governor of Rotary International’s District 7780, which comprises clubs in Maine and coastal New Hampshire. For more than three decades he worked for Connecticut’s Office of Legislative Research, finishing his tenure as director.