It was great to hear from Dan Hall in Duxbury, Mass., spending the winter next to his Vermont stove. He cuts up all the fallen trees he can find and has survived a cold and snowy winter. Dan has a special interest—Uganda—and raises funds for many young students and needy people he has met on his trips there. Dan also keeps in touch with our former Colby coach Nels Corey. Keep up the good work, Dan, and good luck. * Walt Russell continues his zest to make our country a better place and more responsible to our countrymen and women. Walt was a great baseball pitcher and continues to throw strikes. All the best and good health to a fine friend and classmate. Keep up the great e-mails! * Charlie Tobin spends six months in Sun City, Fla., and six months at his inn on Cape Cod. We should all visit Charlie in Dennisport and stay at his lovely inn. Good luck, Charlie. * We had a nice note from Harland Eastman, who retired 30 years ago from diplomatic service. He continues to spend a lot of time with the Maine Historical Society and Greater Portland Landmarks and also created the Sanford-Springvale Historical Museum. Harland schedules concerts and chamber music while enjoying his most productive life. Keep up the good work, and consider writing a book or at least a story for Colby magazine. Stay in touch with your classmates; we need more info from you. * In April Karen and Bob Morrow attended a dedication of a new section of a technical school in Bogota, Colombia, where Bob gave a speech in Spanish. From there they flew to San Jose, Costa Rica, to another Don Bosco school, and then drove to Managua; Tegucigalpa, Honduras; and San Salvador, visiting technical schools they’ve worked at for many years. Bob said, “It’s like visiting family.” * Now the editor’s notes: Jane and I returned from our annual month in Naples, Fla. One highlight was having dinner with Ted Shiro. Ted continues to play tennis at the Waldorf Astoria courts and spends most time chasing mixed-doubles partners who can run and spend off-court time with him. Ted’s wife passed away a couple of years ago. He will never change! Ted also spends a lot of time following his iconic grandson, who is a nationally known quarterback for the University of Georgia. Aaron Murray is a terrific young man and will probably play in the professional league when he graduates this year with a master’s degree. I continue to play as much golf as possible and am busy preparing for the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, where I have been a member for 52 years. Life is good. Keep Colby in your thoughts and in your will. The greatest class of all time. All the best to the best.