Melinda and Wayne Westbrook’s daughter, Sarah, will represent Vermont in the Miss USA Pageant this June in Las Vegas. Wayne says, “Wish her luck!” * Bob and Jeanette Benn Anderson, along with Jeanette’s caregiver, Ann, relaxed on Marco Island again this winter. Bob reports that Jeanette continues coping with MS challenges. They continue traveling and go out to eat quite often. “She still loves Colby and all of the friends she got to know while there.” * Margaret “Peggy” Bartlett Gray shares: “My husband and I are skiing again in Sun Valley, Idaho, this winter. Bebe Clark Mutz spent pre-Thanksgiving time with us in Vermont. She’s still the bright, spunky gal she always was. Our move to Vermont from Connecticut five years ago was the right choice: with two sons and families nearby, we gather easily and enjoy seeing the grands’ athletic events and artistic performances.” * Elizabeth “Betsy” O’Connell, on her last official day at NYU as manager of the editorial department, advertising and publications, remembered her time working backstage during senior year with Powder and Wig for the Irving Suss production of Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Go to www.colby.edu/colbyhistory/yourstory/ to read about her memory and your correspondent’s. Add a remembrance of your own! * Penny Dean Robb writes: “Although I retired from Carl Fischer Music in 2006 in New York City, I continue working for a nonprofit foundation, which has close ties to England. I volunteer at St. Bartholomew’s Church, belong to a book club, and maintain membership with my community theater group, keeping busy and active. Travel is mainly an annual trip across the pond to visit my English relatives. Spent a lovely day with Janet Haskins Mandaville last summer!” * Penny Dietz Sullivan Hill e-mails: “Paul and I retired to Fairfield Harbour, a wonderful North Carolina community. We play golf, bridge, dominoes, and canasta and enjoy many social activities. Paul is on the board of directors, and I run the biweekly potluck suppers and the holiday party. There’s no snow to shovel—one of the reasons we moved here. Looking forward to our next reunion.” * From Wendy Ihlstrom Nielsen: “As president of our local chapter of PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization), an international organization that supports women’s education, I’ll be a delegate to the PEO International Convention in Dallas! I’m also a docent at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Conn.” * Nancy Tozier Knox adds: “In Florida, we escaped the blizzard of 2013 and enjoyed 81-degree weather while watching Facebook videos of our kids snow blowing driveways. I belong to two quilting groups here in Florida: at my church, where we make charity quilts from donated fabric, and the Sebastian Stepping Stone Quilt Guild, where we learn new techniques, make quilts of valor for the military, and socialize.” * Margaret “Margie” Chamberlain Davis sings alto in her church choir and still works very part time. “My daughter and I play pub trivia at a restaurant every Wednesday with ‘The Scrambled Eggheads,’ four librarians and two daughters of librarians. We do well, except in the Songs category, where the older folks are clueless. Got 18 inches of snow in the blizzard of 2013 and lost our power for 48 hours. Brrr—got down to 40 degrees inside. Just like those Maine winters at Colby!” * William “Bill” Byers, in Tolland, Conn., reported 33 inches of blizzard-delivered snow! * Mary Sawyer Bartlett enjoyed a Sarasota Colby luncheon and visited with Janice Dukeshire Halliwell. Mary attends bridge school and adult ed for Excel training. She again offers AARP tax assistance, has joined the Y, and goes twice weekly for exercise. “Of course, every day finds me at the dog park, playing ball with Annie. As you can tell, I am very busy but not terribly productive!” * Your correspondent attended Colby’s Hawai’i bicentennial event by joining forces in Honolulu with a stalwart crew at the beautiful Oahu Country Club, hosted by Ken Robbins ’63. A great time was enjoyed by all, thanks to superb planning by Nancy Fox, Colby’s director of capital gifts and gift planning—see the alumni page online for photos!