We had our 65th class reunion in June. Cass Lightner attended and so did a few other survivors. Fred Boyle says it was a letdown as only seven members attended. He states that Walt Russell and Sumner Fox were listed but he missed seeing them. Harland Eastman and Debbie Meigs rode in the parade with Cass and Jane Perry Lindquist, who received a Colby Brick Award for outstanding work as an alumna. Fred is working on writing a new book about the early families of Lyman, Maine, and hopes to finish it later this year. He’s conducting a lot of research about the 120 families that settled the town during the revolutionary years. He also sings in a choir, does some acting in the local theater, and attends Rotary meetings. He can be reached at his summer cottage on Mousam Lake, about six miles north of his home in Springvale. Have fun Fred! * Dick Birch missed reunion because he was on a trip to Oregon and Denver. Nancy and Dick have downsized and are now in an assisted living facility in Nashua, N.H. Good luck and good health to them. They still plan to be in Estero, Fla., in the winter months. Sound like a good plan, Dick. * Lorraine (Arcese ’54) and George Wales are still in the Denison College area and enjoying the challenging years. * Jane and I are still in Villanova and have no plans to travel in these unsettled times. Thanks for your correspondence and accept my best wishes for good health and fun wherever you are.