Hope Palmer Bramhall and Kathy McConaughy Zambello, co-chairs of our 60th reunion, report that reunion was fantastic! There were 56 attendees including Tess and Jube Jubinsky from Hawaii, Brian Stompe from California, Micky McLeod O’Brien (her first) from Montana, Joan Kyritz O’Rourke from Florida, and the old stand-byes. The signature event was a private tour and talk of the Lunder Collection by Paula and Peter Lunder. Their gifts include $100 million worth of art three years ago and more recently, 100 signed Picasso etchings. A private dinner at the museum followed the tour, with President Greene and his wife and many faculty in attendance. Congratulations to Hope, who won the Ernest C. Marriner Distinguished Award, and to Dick Abedon, who won the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Our class again donated the most in the fiscal year as well as in reunion years. David Sortor and Larry Pugh and others were remembered with candles at the Boardman Service on Sunday. There was talk of our next affair—our 65th reunion! * Reverend Frank Huntress described reunion thus: “fun, frolics, companionship, food, memories: a wonderful moment when time stopped for us all briefly to revel in friendships everlasting and joy!” * Katie Coon Dunlop also wrote of reunion and how impressive and stimulating President Greene was. She’s still an active realtor in the Hudson Valley area of Millbrook, N.Y. It keeps her moving and young when she’s not cheering for two grandsons at their ballgames. She, too, hopes for a “65th Diamond Jubilee” at our next reunion. * Brian Stompe enjoyed seeing friends on campus. He’s an avid fisherman, and upon his return home his fly-fishing group held its annual boat camping trip on the Sacramento River. Good fishing, and afterwards fried shad roe as well as smoked shad. For a couple of days this summer, he’ll teach Scouts fly fishing at their summer camp. Then more fishing along the Marin coast! * Janet Nordgren Meryweather was also a reunion attendee. Her 20 or so gardens will be part of the State Garden Club Convention tour in Bar Harbor this summer. She was busy readying her place for the event. Then she’s back to Massachusetts for the summer beach season. Later she’ll take a trip to several “magnificent National Parks” (Glacier, Great Falls Portage of Lewis [Meryweather Lewis, her husband’s relative] and Clark fame, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Arches, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Zion). She’ll end in Issaquah, Wash., and visit daughter Alison and her family. * Bob and Barbara (BJ) Davis Howard—about to celebrate their 61st anniversary—have a busy life in West Hartford, Conn. After a trip to the Tampa Bay area, they look forward to spending family time at their Vermont cabin with views of fields and mountains. Their oldest daughter, a teacher in the Tanzania school system, will be visiting. BJ keeps in touch with Nancy Eggleston Kibens ’57, a Missouri resident. * Sara Dunbar Lamonica has resigned her position as worship chair at Aldersgate, but remains on the committee. The choir, replaced by a praise band, receives standing O’s whenever Ray (93 years old) sings, and once a month there’s a free-for-all breakfast. Sara’s part of the Tuesday Bridge group, the North Reading Senior Echoes, and volunteers not only at the Little School library to assist preschoolers, but also at the North Reading Town Hall. She’s kept busy with the activities and jobs and schooling (high, college) of her immediate family, their spouses, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. * I (Charlene Roberts Riordan) spent a lovely evening at a local outdoor performance of Hamlet with Rosemary Crouthamel Sortor, who was in Darien (Conn.) for the graduation of her grandson from Darien High School, from which I retired a year ago. It was great having time to chat and to appreciate the Bard on a summer’s evening.