Thanks to all for your kind expressions of sympathy regarding Dorothy’s passing. I received 23 responses for news—the most ever! I had to edit them in order to mention all the respondents. * Fred and Charlotte Cowan Sutherland spend October to July in Kissimmee, Fla., and return to Rockland, Maine, for the warm months. They were the only members of the Class of ’48 to attend reunion last June. * David Choate lives in Denver. He’s traveled to 55 countries and enjoys reading and attending lectures. He discussed a long line of family that attended Colby going back to 1910. * Carol Silverstein Baker and I stay in touch. She attends plays and takes courses at Brandeis University. I see her in Boston and in Florida. * Elizabeth “Betty” Coombs Myers wrote a very nice note with wishes for the New Year. On Jan. 17 I received a call from Betty. She is very proud of her granddaughter Lauren Corke ’10, who returned home after 27 months in the Peace Corps in Ghana. Betty also has a great-granddaughter. * Evie Helfant Malkin sent an e-mail with plenty of news. She took her five adult children and their spouses to New Orleans for a long weekend to celebrate her big birthday. She still does volunteer work with children. * Thanks to Dot Worthley Cleaver, who sent me an e-mail of condolence and also included news. * Phyllis Hamden Combs wrote a lengthy letter and said that at 85 she gave up running a bed-and-breakfast. She did social work before opening the B & B. She earned her master’s at Rutgers. * Burt Krumholz and his wife, Shelley, have been traveling extensively in both the Baltic and Black seas and are still based in Boca Raton. Their three grandchildren will be in college, but notwithstanding Burt’s efforts, no one is at Colby. * Donna Elliott Harriman has been married for more than 64 years to Lyn Harriman ’49. The Fairhaven (Mass.) school administration building is named the Lynwood P. Harriman Administrative Center. * Phyllis O’Connell Murray is in good health and planning to visit her daughter in Seattle. * Martha Morrill lives in Miami. She spent a year rebuilding her house and a studio where she makes pottery. * Muriel Howard Deacon plays bridge and golf. She lives in New London, N.H. * Kay Weisman Jaffe spent part of October and November in Australia and New Zealand. * Ron Farkas wrote that he misses his closest Colby friend, Harvey Koizim, who recently passed on. * Natalie Pretat Arnold keeps busy gardening, reading, and tending the horses. * Bertha Graves Nollman moved to an over-55 community in Glastonbury, Conn. * Rick Sawyer wrote about his mother, Jeane Marshall Sawyer, who passed away in 2012. He summed it up by saying, “She was a really cool mom.” * Janet Gay Hawkins cruised the western Caribbean on a ship. She is chair of the Peconic Landing Community Fund. * Margaret “Peg” Clark Atkins, our former class agent, writes that her husband, Harold, celebrated his 91st birthday. Each spring they still migrate to the Onset Bay area for five months. They visited Colby last September. * Virginia Brackley Piccirillo spends the winter in Vero Beach, Fla., and the other months in Lunenburg, Mass. In the past few years they have traveled to California, Hawaii, and Mexico. * Mildred Hammond Bauer has had to slow down her charitable work due to hip replacement surgery. She’s still active and uses the YMCA for walking and exercises. * Frannie Hyde Stephan, my former Colby cheerleading partner, lives nearby. Frannie lists these activities: book club, bridge, and current-events classes. Sometimes we talk on the phone, usually discussing what it is like to get old. * Betty Dyer Brewster plays bridge, reads, swims, occasionally golfs, and helps people with hearing loss. She’s very active and is currently back in Naples, Fla., for six months.