In my last news I told you Mary Hathaway had moved, but I failed to give you her new address: 290 Kingstown Way #316, Duxbury, MA 02332-4605. My apologies, honey. * Carol Carpenter Bisbee reports that at 90 years young she’s still living at home and still driving her yellow Saab convertible with the top down—unless it rains or snows. Besides chatting on the telephone, she reads, plays bridge, watches “old” favorite movies, and does crossword puzzles. She has 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren! Although she’s given up long-distance traveling, she’s been to all seven continents. * Don Nicoll lives in an apartment on the Portland waterfront, and his new address is 305 Commercial St., Apt. 208, Portland, ME 04101-4642. Don is a member of several boards of directors related to his career with the Muskie School of Public Service at USM. He’s also on the board of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of its establishment this summer and is a project in which Don’s been involved since 1961. This spring Don and his daughter, Melissa, visited Japan for three weeks. This was her first opportunity to see where her mother, Hilda Farnum Nicoll, lived 1931-38. They also visited Don’s son, Hugh, who teaches at two universities in Japan. * A brief note from Lorenzo Rastelli states, “Wisely!” in answer to my question as to how he spends his time. He still lives in Orange City, Fla., but recently took a trip to North Carolina. * Sid McKeen splits his time between Florida and Maine, so in answer to my question as to recent travels, he states, “Interstate 95!” He spends time “grousing about life in general—especially politics.” He’s still writing his column, Wry and Ginger, now in its 53rd year. * From Nova Scotia comes news from Muriel Thomas Levings, who has lived in Canada since emigrating with her husband in 1974. Belonging to a monthly book club, she reads a lot and also spends time with four dogs, two cats, and two goats. Muriel has three daughters and one son, not to mention 14 grandchildren and 20 greats! She volunteers at a local nursing home and travels to Massachusetts to visit family and friends. * Having had her activities somewhat curtailed by a hip replacement last winter, Jean Sheppard Silva is back volunteering at her church’s thrift shop, Heavenly Threads, where she has worked since it opened in 1994. This is also her “favorite shopping place!” She’s still singing, mostly with her church choir at the moment, but looks forward to rejoining Down East Singers in the fall. * After 55 years in the hotel business, Bob Sage retired in 2014. He and his wife now split their time between Florida and Massachusetts. They recently took a riverboat trip up the Danube. Bob keeps his finger in several pies as a director or trustee of several universities or medical centers in the Boston area. * Bert writes that his wife, Anne Houston Stiller, suffers from dementia and requires almost constant supervision. They live in an assisted living facility in East Haven, Conn., with a view of Long Island Sound. Of their three children, two daughters are Colby graduates, as is one granddaughter. * Joan Smith Rogers has recently moved to Birch Bay, a retirement community in Bar Harbor. She spends her time reading, enjoying the scenery, and adjusting to new surroundings. * John R. Stuart lives with his daughter, an M.D., in Sandimas, Calif. He’s “still into aviation.” * Cynthia Crook Lieck loves living in a retirement community on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. She enjoys watercolor painting, is in a memoir’s workshop, and reads a lot. She volunteers at the Methodist church and its very active thrift shop. * Martha Jackson White is still in the home she and Conrad found in 1990 in Glenville, N.C. She’s very involved with church activities, a knitting group, reading, and singing in a chorus. “Life is full of beauty and joy.” * And so I come to the end of this column, which is full length and then some thanks to all your contributions!