Tom ’54 and Susan Miller Hunt were on campus for Tom’s 60th reunion. Familiar faces from our class included Kathy McConaughy Zambello, Hope Palmer Bramhall, Janet Nordgren Meryweather, and David and Rosemary Crouthamel Sortor. The Hunts have been back in Sherborn for a year. Daughter Leslie teaches at the University of Maine at Augusta and the University of Southern New Hampshire, and son Tom is at Kent School. Granddaughter Eva is pursuing an M.S.W. at UConn, one grandson is a tour guide with Adventures, and another grandson is on his way to Chile through the Northeastern Cooperative Program. * Robin and Richard Abedon enjoyed a night in Boston with the Lunders, Slaters, Landaus, and Sages July 31. It was a small but wonderful reunion. * In June Kathy McConaughy Zambello and Hope Palmer Bramhall attended the Portland farewell to Bro Adams. Kathy thanks the Class of ’56 for its response in fulfilling the Colby Fund goals for this past year. * David Slater has a new book, Mister Franchise. Check it out on Amazon. * In May Susan and Brian Stompe enjoyed a two-week driving trip in Ireland: beautiful country, friendly people, and a great left-hand stick shift Leon car. Brian still fishes salmon along the California coast, both solo and with friends. Recent great catch: a 31-pound Chinook. In August he met John Dutton ’55 and his wife for dinner. * In August Janet Nordgren Meryweather celebrated the life of her late husband, Steen, with a church service, including military honors (honor guard, three-gun salute, taps, etc.), and a luncheon for family and special friends. Kathy McConaughy Zambello and Abbott Otto Greene (Nancy Hubbard Greene’s husband) were present. * Ruthann Simmonds MacKinnon celebrated her 80th birthday in August with Kathy and Janet. * There have been lots of changes in the lives of Bob and Barbara “BJ” Davis Howard. Their grandson Henry Carnes graduated from UConn and is applying to medical schools, and Henry’s twin, Robert, graduated from Williams and is working in a Manhattan law firm. Grandson Jack Mahoney graduated from the University of Richmond and works in D.C.; his brother, Ben, graduated from St. Paul’s School, Baltimore, and will attend Wake Forest. BJ and Bob plan to stay in their West Hartford home (made some lovely improvements), and they continue to enjoy their Vermont cabin. * Diane (Schnauffer) ’57 and Larry Zullinger spent a week in Maine, a state they love for its crisp, cool weather. They went to the Belgrade Lakes region to visit with Jean (Van Curan) ’55 and Larry Pugh and Harry and Lynn Brooks Wey. They also visited Colby, which they felt never looked better. They congratulate all who have made Colby what it is today. * Janet Stebbins Walsh mentioned that this is an especially big birthday year for many of us. Bob “Brownie” Brown had a big surprise party Aug. 23 under a tent in his son’s backyard. Many spoke eloquently about his effect not only on the lives of their kids and families but also on the improvement of the town. His son called it “eulogizing the living.” David and Rosemary Crouthamel Sortor were among the well-wishers. In September the Grafton, Mass., juvenile training center was to be named the F. Robert Brown Training Center. * MEA CULPA. I misquoted Don Dunbar: Colby did NOT beat Seton Hall (seventh in nation). It was, however, an interesting experience. * Classes at Darien (Conn.) High School have resumed. I’m back to teaching French and Latin in this wonderful school.