I’m back with the next installment of news! * Lynwood P. Harriman and his wife, Donna (Elliott) ’48, were blessed with three children and now eight grandchildren. They live in Fairhaven, Mass., where Lynwood was superintendent of schools for 29 years. In honor of his service the school administrative center was named after him. He has a lengthy list of volunteer activities with his church, the area board of mental health, the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents and Professional Ethics Committee, Rotary, and 12 Masonic organizations. * Sid McKeen is still writing his column, Wry & Ginger, now one of the oldest in U.S. journalism— 50 years as of December 2013. Sid says, “The record is held by the late John Gould, a Bowdoin alumnus. Can you beat that? I probably can’t but will give it the old college try.” Sid and his wife, Anne Fraser Baer ’48, still drive to Punta Gorda, Fla., twice a year. He says she would fly, but he can’t because of his religion: he’s a devout claustrophobic. * Doris “Cokey” Koshina Lindquist has lived in a retirement community in Florida for three years, the last year in assisted living. She has four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Her last trip was to Alaska to celebrate her 50th anniversary. Her husband, Bud ’50, died in 2006. * Lorenzo Rastelli volunteers at his Congregational church in Orange City, Fla. His last trip was to Italy. He’s a reader and highly recommends The Triple Agent by Joby Warrick, a Pulitzer Prize winner. This is “most interesting reading about CIA officer Elizabeth Hanson ’02, killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan in December 2009.” * John Stuart writes from California that his wife passed away. They were married 64 years. His family has three R.N.’s, including a great-granddaughter, and two M.D.’s. His hobbies include gardening, aviation, and electronics. Since there are nine colleges nearby, John has availed himself of some of the courses offered. * Mary-Louise Roberts Friberg has seven children, 16 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Wow! Lou has been married 64 years, too. She reports that they don’t travel anymore and she’s happy reading, doing crossword and jigsaw puzzles, and keeping up with her ever-growing family. * Buddy ’50 and Mary Bauman Gates have six children, 13 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Two of their granddaughters are Colby graduates: Kristen Gates ’10 and Caitlin Gallagher ’07. Perhaps you saw Kristen’s latest adventure, hiking solo through Alaska’s Brooks Range, in Out of the Blue. A fantastic trip! Mary has had her own business conducting tag sales and estate sales. She reads a lot, plays bridge, and “looks for stuff I’ve misplaced!” She volunteers with the College Club of White Plains and the Congregational church, and she helps older people decide what to do with their belongings when they “move on.” * Anne Houston Stiller has several Colby family members: daughters Leslie Stiller Kissner ’78, Elizabeth Stiller Fahey ’81, son-in-law Kevin Fahey ’80, and granddaughter Emily Kissner ’08. Anne used to volunteer, but she can’t do much now as she tries to recover from a fall. She and her husband, Bert, have taken several cruises with New England Cruise Lines. * After Colby Bill Fairley earned an M.S. in geology from the University of Maine and a Ph.D. in geology from Johns Hopkins. For 33 years he taught geology at Notre Dame. He and his wife, Dolores, were married for more than 50 years and had two daughters. After Dolores died, he moved to Gaithersburg, Md., to be near one daughter. He now lives in “Asbury Methodist Village, which houses an ecumenical array of people, many sharing my interests in history and religion. I was appointed an archivist-historian, a good job for a Roman Catholic in this establishment!” * An e-mail from Mike Cole tells of the death of his aunt, our classmate, Ruth Clements McGill. Our sympathies to Mike and his sister, Janet Sopp. * The first reminder of our upcoming reunion was in my mail today and undoubtedly in yours too!