Ellie and Bud Everts have two more grandchildren starting college, one at Elon and one at Franklin & Marshall. Their youngest grandchild will be ready in about six years. Their oldest granddaughter, 24, left for London to set up a new office for Wayfair. Her brother just returned from Tanzania, where he was working in an orphanage, and is now looking to join the work force. Ellie has bounced back from hip surgery. Bud’s eyesight is weakening, so he depends on Ellie, friends, and a neighbor to drive him, and he can no longer play tennis or golf. He sends his best wishes for good health to all. * Dick and Connie Leonard Hayes have a bunch of grandchildren (10), including three graduating from college this year (from the Coast Guard Academy, George Washington University, and Hamilton College) and one starting kindergarten in the fall. A granddaughter in Portland, Ore., finally landed a part-time job at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry after two years of an unpaid internship. The remaining grandchildren are in various stages of morphing into citizens of the world with varying degrees of fluency in Russian, Arabic, and German. The little one speaks New Yawk. * Allie Jennings Castelli sold her house, and she and Bob moved to Evergreen Woods. Her address is Evergreen Woods, 88 Notch Hill Road, 326B, North Branford, CT 06471. Since her vision is very poor, she is limited in her ability to read and write. If you wondered why you didn’t hear from her at Christmas, that’s why. She wants you to know she is still upright and mobile with no major problems other than her vision.