Sandy Miller is a new woman, ready to take on the world! After nearly four years of almost constant pain, she had successful spinal surgery to relieve compression on her sciatic nerve, and she is ready to dance, walk, run, and paint the town red. She will also continue to work at her design studio now that she can stand long enough to enjoy her work. We join Sandy in her celebration and wish her continued good fortune. *When the call for news went out, you were asked to recall what you were doing 50 years ago when you were at Colby. Tim Radley remembered his senior year Jan Plan, in which he detailed a coaching manual for lacrosse. Tim, along with Jim Wilson and Lucian Champagne, started the lacrosse club that has become a varsity sport. Back then, Tim and his group provided their own equipment, established the schedule, and provided their transportation. Tim’s Jan Plan lives on 50 years after he conceived it. Some testimony. * Leanne Davidson Kaslow returned home to Washington, D.C., after a trip to South America, where she and her husband visited Argentina, Peru, and Patagonia. Leanne visited Vietnam previously and will be heading to Israel next year. When home, Leanne enjoys hosting old friends such as Ann Christensen. * Irv Faunce often has an interesting tale to tell. He began as a member of the Class of ’68 when he drove a truck and taught school in Belgrade. He was awarded his degree as a member of the Class of ’69, but for many years he has been a valued member of our Class of ’67. Without Irv, there would be no “rock” awards at reunions, so we can thank the fates for placing him in our class. Irv continues to run a large long-term care and rehabilitation facility in Madison, Maine. He also finds time to travel, most recently to Pakistan and Portugal. This spring he plans to head to Amsterdam. * Paul Cronin, a Boston guy through and through, has seen the light and now spends much of the winter in a more benign climate than his native Hub. As I write this column, Paul has escaped the cold and ice to walk the silver sands of a Florida beach. He’ll come back when the weather warms up to be with his growing family. He now has five grandchildren. * Since 1973 Jean Ridington Goldfine has lived in Swanville, Maine, where she continues her work as a private-practice therapist. She and her husband travel to Iceland every summer to ride. On her land in Maine, Jean and John keep three horses that they tend throughout the year. Jean often travels to the Boston area to visit her son and grandson and also visits her daughter and grandson in San Diego. * Chuck Levin has no plans to retire and in fact has begun a practice with his son, Jonathan ’97. A few years ago, Chuck and JoEllen moved to the lovely community of Sudbury, Mass. If any Tau Delts would like to set up a mini reunion, let Chuck know. * Betty Coffey Gross is celebrating the arrival of her first grandson, Koji. She also organized a 100th-birthday party for her father in November. Y Sue Barden Johnson enjoys globetrotting. She and her husband, Mark, cruised from Singapore to Sydney over the holidays and will tour Morocco this year. They also visit their children and grandkids outside of Boston and Denver. When home in Arizona, they enjoy hiking Chaco Canyon and the area around Payson, as well as playing bridge. * Carl and Judy Gerrie Heine enjoyed a week in South Dakota last summer seeing the sights of Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands, and the Black Hills. They split their time between Norton, Mass., and the Villages, where she recently got her first hole in one.