After nearly 40 years Ben Kravitz sold his tire distribution business and retired at the beginning of the year. Although he enjoys traveling, most recently in Israel and South Africa, and playing a lot of golf, he finds retirement a bit too sedentary and he’s looking for some new challenges.*Jane Stinchfield Knapp is a member of the Maine Legislature. As a state representative, she attended a three-day educational tour in July of potato growers and potato processing in Aroostook County. • I heard again from Norma Rivero de Biermeyer. She, her husband, and daughters still live in Caracas, Venezuela. They have no grandchildren, only two golden retrievers, Ringo and Marley. Norma volunteers as secretary on the board of a VAAUW organization called the International Association of University Women. It used to be primarily English-speaking American women in the 1960s, but now it’s extremely international and sometimes predominantly Spanish speaking. Norma loves to work in her garden and likes to think of herself as an untrained tropical landscape gardener. * Sue Doten Greenberg has accepted the role of head class agent so that Pat Gerrior doesn’t have to fill that role as well as class president. Sue and Larry ’69 often meet up with Carol Lewis Jennings and Lori Gill-Pazaris in either Boston, NY, or Hartford, their current hometowns. Sue and Larry recently acquired a condo in Seattle so they have a place to call their own when they visit their children, who live in Seattle. Classmates are invited to connect with her on Facebook to let her know when they’re in Seattle (or NY). They’re easing into retirement and could use suggestions for how to spend their newly found leisure time. * I ran into Steve ’69 and Debbie Williams Anderson in August at the hardware store in Wolfeboro, N.H. Debbie retired as a school administrator last year and Steve has just retired. They have five grandchildren and live in Melrose, Mass. * As of this writing, Bob and I are spending some relaxation time in New Hampshire on Lake Winnipesaukee. Our son and his family join us whenever they can. I hope that everyone had a great summer and is looking forward to the holidays. Best to all from Libby.