Pete Duggan had knee replacement and then got gout in the knee. A slow recovery for Pete, who is an avid golfer and tennis player. He and Ceylon Barclay were sorry to have missed the KDR reunion. Pete spends a month in Maine each summer. * Harry and Judy Hoagland Bristol planned to attend Alumni College and then travel to Campobello Island. She recently had lunch with Vera and Sam McCleery and has been in touch with Roey Carbino. Both the McCleery’s and Roey plan to attend our 55th in 2017. * Bob and Brenda Phillipps Gibbons have moved back to Stuart, Fla., which is nearer to family. * Peter and Brenda Wrobleski Elwell recently spent a week hiking in Yosemite National Park and Lake Tahoe and visiting the Sonoma wine country. They’ll also be traveling to Uzbekistan and will escort a group to Chile. Connie Fournier joined the Elwells for Thanksgiving last November. * A Colby group of folks who graduated about our time meets for lunch during the winter. Among those joining us are Judy Hoffman Hakola ’61, Judy Thompson Chandler ’63, Marylee Grant McIntosh ’63, Sally Peabody Pendleton ’61, Pam Taylor, Cassandra (Cousins ’65) and Joe Wright, Colleen (Jo) Littlefield Jones, and Linda Stearns ’65. Always a fun time reminiscing. * Pam Taylor spends six months in Bangor and six months in Forest City, Maine, on East Grand Lake. Lots of Colby people summer in that area including Forrest ’56 and Ann Jefferson Barnes ’57, Jean Ferguson Cole ’65, and Barbara McGillicudy Bolton ’65. Pam and Connie Fournier met at the Colby art museum for a visit and lunch. * Ann Tracy has started her East Grand/Aroostook novel. * Jean Koulack-Young is teaching ESL to immigrants and tutoring children of homeless families. * Cassandra (Cousins ’65) and Joe Wright enjoyed a trip to Hawaii. * We are on a countdown for our 55th reunion June 1-4, 2017. Mark the date now. If you have ideas for a pre-reunion get-together or have anything you’d like included for this reunion, let us know. * Keep the news coming. It’s hard to write a column if you don’t do your part.