The days are indeed growing shorter, so I’m sending another reminder to each of you to save the weekend of June 5-8, 2014, for our 60th reunion. Hope to see you there. * Merrillyn Healey Decker reports that husband Karl has turned from photojournalism to writing short stories. She is recovering from total knee replacement and hopes to return soon to the contemporary global issues group that she chairs. * Bill and Penny Thresher Edson took an 11-day land tour and cruise in Alaska and highly recommend it to everyone. Excursions from the ship to visit glaciers, rainforests, and a training center that prepares huskies for the annual Iditarod race were some of the highlights. * Peter Fishbin attended the “spectacular” opening of the new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at the Colby Museum of Art. He caught up with old frat buddies Bob Fischer, Allan Landau ’55, Peter Lunder ’56, Sonny Slater ’56, Dick Abedon ’56, and Donny Kupersmith ’56. He hopes that our reunion will be as much fun. * For her 81st birthday, Judy Thompson Lowe rented a condo in St. Augustine, Fla., for a month to “spend some time with myself—and I threw out the scale.” * Diane Chamberlin Starcher has a new address: 750 North Tamiami Trail, Unit 1611, Sarasota, FL 34236. They’re keeping their Chambery, France, apartment and will spend several months each year there. They were in the States from May to July visiting with family and exploring the Maine coast from Acadia National Park to the Portland area, where they had a reunion with Diane’s sister, Susan Chamberlin Trauger ’60. * Many thanks to those of you who have informed me of the passing of classmates. I have chosen to let that news appear in the obituary section of this magazine.