There’s less than one year until our 60th reunion. Mark your calendar for June 6-9, 2013. In the meantime, send me your news. * Rick Tyler and wife Ann spent a great two weeks in Thailand last winter. He also got in about 20 days of skiing in an almost snowless season. As I write, he is probably getting ready to go to their summer house in Ogunquit. * Harold Cross and his wife celebrated their 65th anniversary in May, attending a meeting in Orlando, Fla., where his older brother, Tom, received the accolade of legend strength trainer with 58 years in that field. * Carolyn Doe Woznick recently had lunch with Elaine Kahn Greenberg, her Mary Low roommate. Elaine had plans to visit D.C. for her grandson’s law school graduation and to meet Barbara Forrest Young. Carolyn and her husband were off to London in June, where they signed up for a tour of Victorian cities in Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool. * Carolyn English Caci and Virginia Falkenbury Aronson had their own mini-reunion at Carolyn’s home, then went to Phippsburg, Maine, to spend some “lobster time” with Mark and Lorraine “Larry” Walker Powley ’54. * Joyce Maguire Demers had a great Mother’s Day with her four children, eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. It sounds like they all came into her life in multiples of four! Joyce’s family has kept her busy since her husband died when she was only 38. Joyce plans to make reunion next year and will try to talk Ken Castonguay into attending as well. Joyce has been in touch with Nancy Pratley Wathen in New Jersey to have her join us in 2013 too. * Loretta “Tommi” Thompson Staples was going to a cribbage tournament in Greensboro, N.C., and would send the results later. * David Lavin makes use of New York City’s cultural life. He attended four operas, comprising Wagner’s “Ring,” 20 concerts in a chamber music series, baroque music, plus various plays. He said he attended a Colby meeting in the city and heard a lecture by a current faculty member, giving him a weird feeling about the difference in time and years. He’s preparing to go to his family summer home in Bridgehampton, N.Y. * Harry O’Brasky lives in a retirement community near Brockton, Mass., where he is a SCORE volunteer. * That’s it this time. Keep thinking about our 60th, as it will coincide with Colby’s 200th anniversary.