We held our 60th reunion and there was a wonderful turnout. I wish you all could have been with us. It was well planned and the campus is fabulous. Lucy and Richard Bowen attended and were glad to see many friends. Richard recently officiated at his daughter’s wedding at a park in Boston. He also attended the wedding of his grandson Matthew Lynes ’05 and Matthew’s new wife, Maureen Sherry ’05. There were more than 40 Colbians at the wedding. Isn’t that great? * Ted Weaver graduated from more than 45 radiology sessions and in three months will learn the results. In the meantime he moved to Maine for the summer. We wish Ted good results and many years ahead. * Dick “Red” Nemrow is alive and well. He moved his office to Brunswick, Maine, after 40 years in Boston and is restoring a historic building—a five-year project. He also moved to his summer home, acquired 33 years ago in Harpswell, Maine. * John Linscott was at reunion and entertained us with melodies on the piano. He has a band that plays at various places in New England. Thanks for adding to the reunion, John. * Walt Russell looks just like he did on the basketball court in the ’40s and ’50s. He doesn’t run as fast, but he should run for a Senate seat to change things in Washington. * Jane Perry Lindquist, Marie Donovan Kent, and Helen Palen Roth added glamour to our class and attended all the reunion events. They looked fabulous and are just as much fun as they always were. Jane became “Polly” Leighton again and made some great comments about all our reunion classmates. Thanks Polly! * And now from the editor, Chet Harrington: I enjoyed spending time with Ted Shiro and many of our super classmates. Ted has survived several tough operations—I was with him when he had major heart surgery last winter in Naples, Fla., where he lives year round. Thanks for making the trip to Maine, Ted. I’m playing golf anytime I can and on all days that end in “y.” I enjoyed playing in the alumni tournament with President Adams, who is a lot of fun and a good golfer. He has made a huge difference at Colby and I mean that in a positive way. We enjoyed our 50-plus years of vacationing at Orleans on Cape Cod, where I hoped to catch up with a lot of Colby people. All the best to the classmates of “the greatest class in Colby history,” without a doubt.