Whew! Another three months has flown by and here I am again with news of our classmates. * Lucile Farnham Sturtevant writes of the demise of the “Colbiana Club, started here in the suburbs west of Boston in 1979. We mainly lived from Norwood to Sudbury and west from Newton to Attleboro. And then we also had active members from the Cape and Middleboro right up to the end. Our members were from the classes of ’39 to ’59. We started with a lively group, averaging 20 members a meeting, but were down to eight at the last meeting in Ashland in April. We originally met four times a year, but lately cut back to three meetings, most devoted to reading Colby authors. Many of us will keep in touch.” * Janet Pride Davis, alias Peanut or Miss Pride of “Miss Hagar, Miss Pride, and Miss Whitcomb,” has been a bit busy with college graduations. A grandson graduated from Endicott College and a granddaughter from Gordon College. “Now I’m just waiting to go to my youngest grandchild’s (female) graduation from high school June 2, which is the reason I can’t attend Reunion Weekend. Other than that everything seems to be on an even keel. Still managing to put one foot in front of the other.” * Cynthia Crook Lieck reports, “Chuck and I still love living on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, near water, but not on it as we were for so many years in Annapolis. We still yearn to boat again when we cross any river or creek. Not too practical now. We’ve been limited in activity and travel this past year or so. He was well recovered from problems with a knee replacement (three surgeries due to infection) when he fell at home five days before last Christmas breaking his femur. Surgery in shock trauma, then weeks in rehab near us (very convenient). Our dear daughters and sons-in-law arrived Christmas afternoon from Norfolk, where we should have been, with all the presents. Different, but a relatively merry Christmas after all. He still has mobility problems, though improving, so no travel but lots of lunches in restaurants here and with friends in Annapolis. No Colby contacts except e-mails with Muriel Thomas Levings. The grandkids are doing well in New York City, Norfolk, and Jacksonville (she is a CPO in the U.S. Navy). They were all here for Easter.” * At the end of April I flew to N.C. to visit good friends who moved to the Asheville area a year ago. It was fun to see their new digs and get reacquainted with the area. Both my kids worked at the Nantahala Outdoor Center in Bryson City many years ago. While there we took a three-day trip to Savannah, Ga. We thoroughly enjoyed the old restored city, but the highlight was a visit to the Juliette Gordon Low birthplace. Since I am a lifetime Girl Scout with many years at the local and national levels, you can see why this visit was important to me. The little girl in me came out when I beheld the beautiful two-story curved staircase whose banister was just asking me to slide down! * That’s all for this issue of Colby, but keep sending me your news. I’m forever grateful.