Wendy McWilliam Denneen took a wonderful trip to the Caribbean with Al ’58 and Kay German Dean ’59. Highlights were snorkeling in Roatán, Honduras, and sailing in an America’s Cup yacht race. * Mike Silverberg is still working and enjoying the challenge. He regularly sees Hank Silverman ’61 and Dick Fields ’61 and talks by phone with Ron Weber and Steve Curley. Mike and his wife travel on their boat to Block Island. * Anna Johnson lives in Oregon, where she is removed in time and space from Colby. She remains in touch with Dorothy Reuman, who taught in the Music Department. Anna is becoming a master gardener through a University of Oregon program. * Every January Ken Nigro hosts a baseball cruise, which Eunice Bucholz Spooner joined this year. In the middle of the night, his phone rang; the voice said, “Earl Weaver is dead.” Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver had been going on Ken’s cruise for the past 20 years. Ken is still recovering! He was going to be working for the Red Sox during spring training and planned to attend Orioles games in Sarasota. * Steve Curley writes that Phil Shea, a great classmate, is on his annual winter escape to Phoenix, where he continues to prove that he can’t play golf in the winter in Scottsdale any better than he plays in the summer up north. * Ellie and Russ Zych noticed that the Brothers Four (remember our 1960 winter carnival?) were in concert in Tarpon Springs, so they made reservations. After the concert they talked to Bob Flick, the only original member in the group. Bob remembered the Colby gig, which basically kicked off the group’s career. * Judith Allen Ferretti and her husband had an educational Road Scholar trip to the Florida Everglades. They learned a great deal about the delicate ecosystem in Florida and the efforts to restore the balance between plants, animals, and marine life. * Skip ’59 and Joan Crowell Tolette returned from a trip to Costa Rica, where they hiked in the rainforest, boated a river with alligators, monkeys, and many neat birds, AND zip lined! * Charlie ’61 and Ann Dudley DeWitt plan a move to the Highlands in Topsham. Part of this retirement community is located on land that Ann’s ancestor purchased in the late 1700s. * Ronald Weber enjoyed the Palm Beach luncheon where President Adams spoke and 80 alumni from many classes attended. He spent Christmas in Colorado with three sons and one grandchild. * Steve Finner’s choral-conducting career at age 74 continues to expand! He’s the conductor of the Randolph, Vt., community chorus, the Randolph Singers, a group of around 40. Steve reports that there are many fine singers and the rehearsals are off to a fine start. * Maren Stoll Fischer is taking a group to the fjords of Norway on a mail boat—an adventure, NOT a glitzy cruise. Gail Harden Schade, Marion Porter Potter, and Carlene Daisy Kelleher will join her. They’ll travel into the Arctic Circle and visit spectacular fjords! * During the past year, Tony ’57 and Bev Jackson Glockler camped in Acadia with daughter Margot Glockler Liffiton ’88, took a cruise through Alaska’s inner passage, and survived Hurricane Sandy. During the brunt of the storm, EMT Bev was on a call with a mother in labor and got to the hospital just one hour before the baby was born. * Chet Lewis and his wife, Fran, left the snug environs of East Lansing, Mich., at the end of October to travel to Narragansett, R.I., to take care of his 97-year-old mother-in-law—just in time to experience Sandy’s visit to the Northeast. * One of the many reasons that Lucky Christov moved to Southern California was the lack of hurricanes. They neglected to tell him about the earthquakes! * John Clark has retired after 53 rewarding years of teaching—the last 22 years teaching math at Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. John and his wife, Eleanor, are busy playing tennis and taking classes at the community college. * Bob Marier and his wife are active golfers—Bob has a single-digit handicap! Bob has returned to Colby to do concerts with the Colby Eight. He has just released a CD, Melodies From Maine, which is sold in Maine and on iTunes—or directly from Bob (firstname.lastname@example.org or 772-336-0701).