Final reminder: June 1-3 is our 35th reunion! * Mark Richardson reports that Kent Wommack, who worked for the Nature Conservancy for many years, will speak on Saturday. * Frank “Sandy” Pardee says the musical group Pearl (featuring R.P. Higgins, Sandy, Sara Frolio O’Leary ’79, Geoff Becker ’80, John Stivers ’81, and Tom Stratton ’81) will perform Saturday night, with possible guest appearances from Leslie Warren Van Berkum and Peggy Horstmann-Hodes. * Kevin Leddy has enjoyed a fascinating ride in the cable television business since we graduated. He got in on the ground floor with the predecessor to Time Warner Cable 31 years ago. His current position uses his government major and the teachings of his favorite professors, Sandy Maisel and Al Mavrinac. Among the challenging aspects of Kevin’s work is the requisite interaction with the U.S. Senate and House Commerce Committees, the F.C.C. and F.T.C. Kevin and wife Kristen live in Wilton, Conn. Their daughter Erin is at Bowdoin, son Ryan attends the University of Richmond, and daughter Morgan is in eighth grade. Kevin would like to reconnect with old friends from DKE. * Hendrix “Hal” Bodden spent a snowy weekend in late October at the Mt. Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods with a shady crew that included Alan MacEwan, Curt Gowdy ’75, Peter Boone ’75, Peter Clark ’75, Liz Richards Julian ’75, Carla Call Stewart ’75, Malcolm Foster ’75, John O’Meara ’76, and Paul Boghossian ’76. * Ken Beland is in his third year of his new career teaching biology, ecology, and anatomy at John Bapst High School in Bangor, Maine. He’s happy to see, each year, students of his going on to Colby. An unanticipated spinal stenosis injury eliminated beloved activities like running and hockey from his schedule. In partial compensation, he’s very much enjoying reading the latest novels by Gerry Boyle ’78. * Ken Colton finds that Professor Wayne Smith continues to cast a long shadow on his life. Ken is still a member of the American Chemical Society and was recently quoted in the ACS’s weekly publication. His work combines chemistry and patent law. Daughter Caroline is a sophomore at Rhode Island School of Design, and son Chris is in middle school. * Jonathan Fenton teaches English and social studies to fifth graders at the Marion W. Cross School in Norwich, Vt. His wife, Corinne, is a part-time educational assistant to kindergartners at Marion Cross. Son Jonathan is a sophomore at Endicott College in Beverly, Mass., majoring in P.E. teacher education. Daughter Katie is a freshman at Hanover High School in Hanover, N.H. * Alix Levintow Howell is in regular contact with Jonathan, as her daughter Caroline (a sophomore) plays with Katie on the varsity hockey team. She and Jonathan spend countless hours at the rink reminiscing about our great days at Colby. She notes that Maddie Dewhirst, the team’s star center, will be entering Colby as a freshman this fall. Alix continues to work in research at Dartmouth Medical School and the VA Hospital. * Vinnie Martucci and wife Liz Lawrence ’76 have lived near Woodstock, N.Y., for 30 years. Liz is a registered nurse at Kingston Hospital and Vinnie teaches jazz at SUNY New Paltz. Last fall Vinnie performed with the jazz faculty at the Central Conservatory in Beijing and also led clinics and master classes. Their daughter, Katie, who won a N.Y. state all-state jazz vocalist award and performed with a group of all-state musicians at the Eastman School of Music in December, is considering attending Colby. Son Jimmy is a high school sophomore who’s into soccer, wrestling, and drums. It all fits somehow, Vinnie says.