Vic Scalise and his new wife, Carolyn Elizabeth Fowler, live in Seattle, Wash., because “I lost the coin toss,” he said, but he concedes that Seattle IS a beautiful place. He keeps body and mind together by participating in an aquatic exercise class and writing daily. He met Ken Nigro ’60 while attending the 2012 Red Sox Fantasy Baseball Camp in Fort Myers, Fla. Vic and Carolyn will be at their Ocean Park, Maine, summer home in June and July, and he will be preaching throughout New England. * Judy Jenkins Totman ’53 will have a one-woman exhibit in the fall at Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, N.H. She will show her Stampede Series, featuring 14 renderings of wild horses in Montana plus a new series: OOMH (Out of My Head). * Diane Chamberlain Starcher continues her travels: a trip to Portugal last October for the annual conference of the European Baha’i Business Forum and a short November trip to Israel for a visit to the gardens and shrines at the UNESCO World Heritage site in Haifa and the old city in Jerusalem. December holidays were spent in the U.S. visiting family. Walking all over Chambery, France, and lifting weights three times a week helps her keep fit. * Nancy Conover Moyer took a trip to Sweden to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the discovery of two postcards that led to finding family connections dating back to the late 1800s and Geronimo. Her e-mail is fascinating but too long to detail here. Send me your e-mail address and I will forward it. * Karl Dornish reports that Dick Randlett, in appreciation for all that Colby did for him, has endowed an annual scholarship through the Hartland, Maine (his home town), library to encourage young people from Hartland and neighboring small towns to attend college. * Sadly, I must report that Anne Rudd Eddy, my wife of 18 years, died Aug. 23 following a series of strokes.