Here is news from the greatest class in Colby’s history. * Jim and Els Warendorf Hulm moved from the lake to a condo in Wolfeboro, N.H. No more yard work, and more leisure time to reminisce about their great days at Colby. They saw the wonderful Joan Kelby Cannell ’52, widow of our friend and athlete Bob Cannell. Els also saw Louis and Nancy Nelson Cedrone ’52. She invites us all to see their new digs. Els has three daughters and six grandchildren. * Stan Sorrentino moved to Compton, R.I., with an ocean view and lots of lobsters. Let’s visit Stan! * John Linscott is heavy into the music world and will have a special event—a reading of his new musical Love and Lobsters. We can’t wait to see it on Broadway! It is the story of a New York jazz singer who tires of the N.Y. scene and returns to Maine and falls in love with a lobsterman. The show opens in Freeport May 24 at the Factory Stage. Order tickets now. Good luck John, and let us know when the DVD is available. * Crif Crawford writes from Boulder, Colo. They got all the snow that we didn’t get this winter, and it’s been cold there. They left for Hawaii and San Francisco to warm up with friends. They would enjoy our Philadelphia flower show, the biggest and best in the world. The theme this year is Hawaii, so we’re enjoying the orchids and hula dancing right here. * Fenton Mitchell writes from Harbor City, Calif. He works full time with his promotional products company and travels to Europe and sometimes to Maine. * We heard from Ed Bittar. Ed came to Colby from the Middle East and was a wonderful source of news about different cultures, and hope. Ed still loves America, best of all. I’m anxious to see his updated bio. * While in Naples in February, Jane and I had dinner with Ted Shiro. He’s on the mend again and will be playing tennis while looking for a new girlfriend. He will never change. * Lorraine (Arcese ’54) and George Wales are doing very well in Granville, Ohio, at Denison, and Walt Russell is ready to run to the White House. He will get my vote. * Bob Brotherlin writes from Fla. about the good time he had at our 60th reunion in 2011 and also at Alumni College that year. Some folks at the 60th thought we should all meet again for our 61st, as Colby is such a pleasant place to spend the weekend. Hopefully we’ll see some of you at Colby for reunion this June. Bob enjoys Florida and the golf there. * Thanks for your correspondence and remember Colby in your will. We all thank President Bro Adams for keeping the Colby tradition alive and well. Good luck to the great class.