Ken Ingram now lives near Seattle to be closer to his family, which includes a 2-year-old grandson. While he is a fond of the Northwest, Ken will miss skiing at Sugarloaf. * Paul Cronin spent part of this past brutal winter in Florida and has returned to the Boston area for the summer months. Paul reports that he is again a grandfather; daughter Amy Cronin Davis ’06 gave birth to a boy. It’s interesting to note that Paul’s grandson was born on Bobby Orr’s birthday; some coincidence. Paul keeps contact with Mike Self ’70, who lives in North Carolina. * Charlie and Sally Ray Bennett recently returned from a river cruise in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea. Sally reports that she was impressed with the beauty of the countryside and the welcoming response of the people. In contrast, she also reported the sobering effect of seeing a Nazi prison and war damage including bombed buildings. She and Charlie are safely back home. * Fred Beyer looks forward to being safely planted in Ellsworth, Maine. When he returns from a trip to Machu Picchu in Peru, he and Leslie will settle into their new home. * Richard and Leanne Davidson Kaslow live in Washington, D.C., and enjoy the art, culture, restaurants, and politics that flavor the area. They entertain many out-of-town friends such as Sue Barden Johnson and her husband. They expect a visit from Ann Bicknell Christensen and her husband. When not entertaining Colby friends, Leanne and Dick enjoy their three grandchildren. * Leo Amato has decided to retire from a long career in banking. Leo and Jane will spend time in Portland and Kennebunk Beach, where he will perfect his golf game. Of course, Leo will be on the golf course when he is not with his six grandchildren.