Greetings from wintry Vermont! I appreciated hearing from these classmates. First, from Evelyn Walker Mack. “Sold my house, where I lived for more than 50 years, and moved to a senior living facility. It’s new and I moved in on the third day it was open. It is a new experience, but I like it so far.” Best of luck to Evelyn in her new life. * Paul and Mimi Russell Aldrich also sold their home (and boat) and moved to Highland Green in Topsham, Maine. While they miss their country home, they were grateful for the grounds crew that plowed this winter’s storms. Last year they attend weddings of two grandchildren and spent time with their four great-grandchildren. “These events didn’t make us feel old,” Paul wrote, “but the retirement of our oldest daughter and her husband surely put our lives in perspective.” * Art White writes, “I did not sell my house after all and I’m happily staying in Bath, Maine. I’m pleased because I like the town and the friends I’ve made here. They also have a very fine golf course! I also have a new companion living with me. Mary and I were in high school together and, although we haven’t been in touch for 70 years, we’ve reconnected in what is a very happy way. We may see you at Colby gatherings!” What nice news, Art. * Carl and Muffie Morgan Leaf celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at the Coonamessett Inn Sept. 15. It was a lovely get together. Judy and Herb Nagle, George Lebherz, and Sheila and Don Hailer were there with them. * And finally from yours truly. As you may be aware, I’ve been your class correspondent for the past 15 years and have really enjoyed the opportunity to hear from so many of you and pass along your news to our classmates. It’s now time, however, for me to turn this over to someone else. I’ve been having heart problems for some time and it’s really necessary for me to cut back. I sincerely hope that someone will be willing to take over this pleasant task. You may contact Laura Meader at Colby Magazine at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will facilitate the transition (and also keep our class connected). So I will close now with thanks and best wishes to you all.