Ann Russell Starr missed the reunion as she was recovering from foot surgery. She has made a first-rate recovery and will be headed to Vail, Colo., to ski this winter. Ann retired from teaching science this year and moved to Hilton Head Island, where she frequents the golf course and the seashore. * Fred Beyer is moving from Wisconsin to Maine and will seek a home in the Bar Harbor area. While he has fond memories of Mayflower Hill, his move is motivated by the proximity of his grandchildren. * Carl and Judy Gerrie Heine have escaped another New England winter as they will spend this season in the sunny and golf-friendly confines of Florida. * Irv Faunce is aging, growing kinder and gentler with the advancing years. Not that Irv ever expressed malice to a living soul in his early years—it’s the Rocks. He has tempered and smoothed his Rock presentations. I’m not sure if that is wisdom or lack of energy. In any event, Irv attended our reunion last June and is appreciative of the support he and Jan received from classmates in the wake of the tragic loss of his infant grandson in May. We all extend our sincere condolence to Jan and Irv. * In November Carol and I (Bob Gracia) had the pleasure of hosting Linda (Mitchell) ’66 and Lee Potter as they spent the weekend in Boston so we could attend the Colby-Tufts football game. Early Sunday morning the Potters headed to Williamsburg, Va., for a week-long vacation. * By the time you read this column, we will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of our dear college.