For the past 44 years Jim Eisenberg has been very active. After graduating from Colby, Jim earned an M.D. and Ph.D. (anatomy) at Case Western Reserve, married, and moved to San Francisco, where he completed a surgical residency. He later did a second residency in radiology and for the past 30 years has practiced in that specialty. Jim and his wife, Tova, have three children. When he finds time to leave his practice, Jim and Tova travel and spend time at their retreat on Lake Michigan. * Mike and Pam Cooper Picher welcomed two new grandchildren in August, the children of their Colby sons. If there’s a drawback to grandchildren, it’s that Pam prefers spending time with them rather a certain aging husband. * David and Debbie Terrio Brunell moved to Falmouth on Cape Cod. While Debbie loves living on the Cape, she spends four winter months in Florida and keeps tabs on her real estate business via the Internet. Like Pam Picher, Debbie finds her three grandchildren to be the best part of aging. * Eric Rosen continues his study of religion and participation in interfaith dialogue. Eric keeps in touch with Dave Aronson, Peter Swartz ’66, Jim Thomas, Harry Graff, and Joe Candido. * Jean Ridington Goldfine traveled to England last summer, where she hiked an ancient drover track in Wiltshire. * Ken Ingram lives near Charlotte, N.C., where he works for an Argentine company that consults on business models. Ken enjoys time with his first grandson. Last summer Ken visited Port Clyde and Tenants Harbor, Maine. * Nick Hadgis has also joined the ranks of the grandparents. His granddaughter was born last fall. Nick continues to expand the global leadership program at Widener University. * Joanna Snyder Richardson is acting manager of scholarly information within in the division of information services at Griffith University. Despite a busy schedule Joanna has coauthored four papers and a journal article. * Connie and Woody Berube moved to their retirement home near Dallas. While Connie continues to work in advertising, Woody takes to the links nearly daily and shot his first hole in one, which he followed up with a second several weeks later. This was after a second knee replacement. * Since retirement Charlie and Sally Ray Bennett have traveled the world. They recently visited their daughter, who teaches at an English-speaking school in Italy. When they return to Rhode Island, they’ll have a cup of coffee and then head to Florida to escape the New England winter. * Ann Russell-Starr plans to retire in June. She’s taught biology in Vienna, Va., and in the past two years has been the supervising teacher for AP science investigation. Ann and Mike will move to Hilton Head Island after she completes the academic year. Two of Ann’s daughters have an important second semester coming up as they both complete work at the master’s level. Ann is hoping to see many longtime friends at our reunion in June. * Rick Sadowski recently moved to Marshfield, Mass., a lovely seaside community on the south shore of Boston. The new home has become a gathering spot for Rick’s extended family. Shortly before moving, Rick and his brother traveled to Moscow and St. Petersburg and then to Poland, Denmark, and Sweden. Rick has been studying mediation and is working towards establishing a mediation practice as part of his law practice, which means he’s not planning on retiring anytime soon. * Alice Hubert Gardner is pleased to announce that she has opened a studio in Gloucester, Mass., in a historic building on the North Shore next to the Cape Ann Museum. While practicing psychotherapy, Alice studied art and now does pen-and-ink and watercolors. When not painting, Alice is thrilled to be with her two grandchildren, 5 and 7.